Summer 2019


ARTZ224 - Watercolor I - 3 credits

June 4-July 25; Thursdays; 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Jennifer Wheeler
Prerequisite: ARTH101, ARTZ105, or consent of instructor. Watercolor I is designed to introduce a variety of techniques applicable to watercolor painting to the beginning student. Focus will be on building skills and developing confidence with the medium. Contact the instructor at

ARTZ225 - Watercolor Studio - 3 credits

June 4-July 25; Tuesdays and Thursdays; 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Jennifer Wheeler
Prerequisite: ARTZ224. Watercolor Studio provides the opportunity to develop individual style and explore a variety of creative techniques applicable to watercolor procedure.

BFIN150 - Personal Finance - 3 credits

June 3-July 3; Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; 6-8 p.m.
Instructor: Carol Fifield
This course will enable the students to study personal financial planning, money management, credit and tax planning, and major expenditures.

M105 - Contemporary Math - 3 credits

June 3-July 11; Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays; 1-3 p.m.
Instructor: Mike Hunter
Applications of mathematics to a variety of disciplines. This course is designed for the non-math/science major. Topics include geometry, applications to the natural sciences and social sciences, and an introduction to financial mathematics, sets, counting, and elementary probability and statistics.

MUSI103 - Fundamentals of Music Creation - 3 credits

June 4-July 25; Tuesdays and Thursdays; 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Tsai-Ying Li
This course is designed to develop music reading and performance skills, including rhythm, melody, harmony, form, pitch, tempo, dynamics, phrasing, expression, and timbre. Focus includes, but is not limited to, that of Western culture.

WRIT122 - Intro to Business Writing - 3 credits

June 3-July 3; Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Instructor: Carol Fifield
Prerequisite: WRIT101. Course content includes composing effective communications through letters and memos in a clear, complete, concise manner. Report writing and speaking to groups is also covered. Special emphasis is placed on job hunting and resume writing.

DCC Moodle (Distance Learning)

AHMS144 - Medical Terminology - 3 credits

June 3-July 31
Instructor: Mitzi Mickelsen
This is an integral, helpful course for any student planning to work in a medical environment. An introduction to medical word building through the study of prefixes, suffixes, and Latin roots, using a body system approach. The format of this course is online. The student will be responsible for completing weekly workbook assignment, weekly quiz, midterm, and final.

CAS252 - Gambling/Gaming Disorders in Substance Abuse Counseling - 2 credits

Instructor: Pete Bruno
This course provides 30 hours of training to assess, place, and treat individuals with gambling and gaming disorders and includes online addictions as described in DSM-5. This is an online course – must register prior to June 28 in order to complete by July 31.

COMX111 - Public Speaking - 3 credits

June 3-July 31
Instructor: Phil McClure
Public speaking is a foundational communication and academic course. This course emphasizes building skills to become a more effective communicator in the classroom, the workplace, and within the community, including the responsible use of information through research, organizational preparation, ability to critique information, and speech delivery. Students are expected to participate in online discussions and activities focused on the craft of public speaking. Course format: Weekly online discussion threads, weekly assignments, and final.

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CHMY294 - Practical Lab Management for Science Teachers - .5 credit

June 5; 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Instructor: Tom Reeves
This workshop examines the challenges encountered by a science teacher in the management of an educational science lab. Chemical procurement, storage/disposal, safety equipment requirements/standards, student/instructor behavior/safety, and how to develop a hygiene plan will be covered. Everyday challenges of implementing a lab curriculum that is both safe and educationally effective will be emphasized. Open to anyone who teaches in or is involved with the management of an educational science lab. Discussion/sharing of experiences will be encouraged, and both new and experienced science teachers are encouraged to enroll.

Stained Class Creations - Noncredit-Renewal Units Available

June 15; 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Instructor: Mike Hunter
This workshop is an introduction to working in stained glass. The student will explore the preparation of stained glass designs by learning to cut glass, put together a panel using copper foil, and soldering the panel. Registration fee ($99) includes glass and basic supplies.

Summer 2019 Scholarships

Scholarships are available for students taking on-campus or DCC Moodle classes Summer 2019. The scholarship will pay for tuition for 3 credits. It is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Download, fill out, and return the document linked below to the DCC Admissions Office at or DCC Admissions, PO Box 421, Glendive, MT 59330.