Edmonds CC winter quarter registration now open

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edcc_collegelogo_onwhite_v1-1Register for winter quarter classes at Edmonds Community College from now through Jan. 5. Winter quarter classes run from Jan. 3 through March 17.

Whether you’d like to pursue a degree to transfer to a four-year university, train for a new career, or update existing skills, Edmonds CC offers a variety of classes to fit each student’s path to success.

Interested in travel and hospitality? Train to become an expert travel consultant or tour guide with a one-year certificate, two-year degree or transfer degree from Edmonds CC. Start with European Geography, HSPTR 116, to learn about Western Europe’s prime tourist destinations.

Participants will study the history and culture of Western Europe, and research travel documentation, currencies, and travel restrictions. Class meets from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays.

Here are the details on other upcoming winter classes:

Project Management, Business Management 270, meets 6-9 p.m. Wednesdays. 5 credits. Learn the basics of working in a project team. Create plans that identify project scope, constraints, stakeholders, and risks, then explore customer needs and requirements. Includes an introduction to scheduling. Team and communication skills emphasized.

Introduction to Business Computing, CIS 100, online. 5 credits. This course is an introduction to business computing concepts and applications using Windows and MS Office. Includes introduction to HTML, hardware components, information processing cycle in business, and entry-level microcomputer applications including spreadsheets, databases, word processing, and presentation.

Event Coordination, EVPL 250, online. 5 credits. This class offers an overview of event planning, including types of meetings and events, site location and suitability, logistics of the planning process, market and sales research, and careers in the event planning industry.

Soil Science, HORT 109, meets 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. 5 credits. Learn how to describe the physical, chemical, and biological properties of soil and assess soil quality while using appropriate tools, techniques, and technologies. Students will also learn to classify and describe soils common to the Pacific Northwest.

A complete class schedule is available at edcc.edu/schedule.

Need help getting started? Visit edcc.edu/getstarted to find out more about admissions, campus tours, and resources for new or returning students, veterans, transfer and international students.

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