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Register now for spring quarter classes at Skagit Valley College

Feb 22, 2022

Now is the time to sign up for spring quarter classes at Skagit Valley College. Register early to get the classes you want when you want them.

SVC’s online processes make it quick and easy to apply and enroll. Apply for admission at no cost, view the spring class schedule, and register – all online at skagit.edu/schedule.

Daytime, evening, and online classes are available. Spring quarter begins Monday, April 4 and ends Friday, June 17.

Spotlight on spring classes:

• Automotive — Gain industry skills in the classroom and on-campus shop with real-life automotive projects and repairs. ASE Education Foundation accredited program.

– Auto Parts/Service Specialist (AT 201) | TTh | 12:30-2 p.m. | 3 Cr | In person
Training in skills necessary to gain employment in the automotive parts and sales industry, and as a service writer in all types of repair facilities.

– Automotive HVAC Systems (AT 206) | MTWThF | 7-11:30 a.m. | 4 Cr | In person
Operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of automotive HVAC systems, including air conditioning, heater systems, climate control, and related electrical circuits.

• Manufacturing — Get hands-on training in our expanded, million-dollar production lab where you’ll learn through a unique on-the-job experience.

– Industrial Safety (MANF 120) | 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. | Sa | 2 Cr | Hybrid (Class meets on ground and online.)
Safety topics and practices including personal protective equipment, material handling, machine guarding, fire prevention, hazard identification and control, and safety inspection practices.

– Print Reading in Manufacturing (MANF 140) | 2:45-4:15 p.m. | T | 3 Cr | In person
Fundamentals of blueprint reading emphasizing industrial drawings used in manufacturing.

• New! Information Management and Data Science — Learn from industry experts to launch your career in today’s fast-paced, cloud-based world.

– Exploring Data Science and Technological Applications (IMDS 105) | 9:30 a.m.–12:20 p.m. | F | 5 Cr | Online
Building on foundational skills in IMDS, this course provides next-step introduction to intermediate and advanced concepts such as working with data analytics and data visualization.

– Cooperative Education | IMDS 199 | Arr (Class time arranged with instructor) | 5 Cr | Web Enhanced
Cooperative Education is a work-based learning program that helps students to bridge the gap between classroom theory and practical work skills.

View the spring quarter class schedule at skagit.edu/schedule.