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Internet Design and Technology Certificate
Certificates in Print Design
Microsoft Office Courses
Home Computing Courses
Online Courses and Programs
Summer 2011
Register for these courses at: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducationCertificate Programs:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
These professional courses are geared
towards business professionals who
are improving their own skill sets that
• Internet Design and Technology
Certificate Program…page 3 can benefit their work productivity
and careers, or for those people
• Certificates in Print Design…page 12
that are changing career directions
and need to develop the necessary
• Microsoft Office Courses…page 16
knowledge and skills to start a new
• Home Computing…page 18 profession in the computer industry.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are
• Online Programs…page 21
issued with the successful completion
of each of these courses.
Summer courses are offered from
late May to late September
Home Computing Courses:
These courses are non-credit geared
Classes begin throughout the semester
with different start and end dates toward beginners who are brand
new and not familiar with the basic
concepts and fundamentals of
working with a personal computer.
Refund Policy:
These courses will make students
Cancellation of registrations must
more comfortable with using a
be received in writing (email is
computer and are stepping stones
acceptable) no later than three (3)
to other computer classes. Home
business days prior to the start date
Computing courses can not be applied
of the course in order to receive a
towards any of the professional
refund. No refunds will be issued after
computer certificate programs that
this date. All refunds will be minus a
are offered in this department.
$10.00 administrative fee per course.
Discount Policy:
Do not register online if you are
seeking any type of discount of
the registration fee. To qualify for
any discount, you must call our
registration desk at 702-895-3394, or
register in person at our office located
at 851 E. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas,
NV to verify your eligibility for any
discount. No refunds will be issued if
you register online and then request
a discount.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
2INTERNET DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Program Overview:
This program will prepare you for career opportunities in Web design
and development. We start out with the basics of Web and graphic
design technologies to form a strong foundation. You will then choose
track options in either Web design or multimedia design to focus your
skills toward an emphasis that suits your career. In a final capstone class,
you will complete a comprehensive Web-based project.
Prerequisites:
This course requires a working knowledge of the Windows
operating system including navigating, creating, editing, and saving
files and folders, working knowledge of modern web browsers, and
an understanding of basic web design terminology. For students who
have no prior knowledge or experience in web design, you are required
to enroll in Web Essentials prior to taking additional courses in this
program.
Our labs are equipped with Windows PC computers. Students have
the option of bringing and using their own personal PC or Mac notebook
computers to class. Bringing a 1GB or larger flash drive to class for saving
files is recommended.
Although we provide the required software programs in our
computer labs during instructional times, you will also need access to
the software, if applicable, at home or at work to complete some of the
exercises, assignments, and projects.
Certificate Requirements:
The program requires a minimum of 13.0 CEUs (130 in-class hours) in
order to earn an Internet Design and Technology Certificate. It is divided
into a core course section totaling 46 hours and different track options,
each totaling 84 hours. You must complete the core courses plus either
the Web Design or Multimedia Design tracks.
There is no limit on how many courses you can take during each
semester. If you have taken any of these courses previously at UNLV,
they may apply toward the certificate program. You may enroll in
individual courses without the intent of completing the certificate
program.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
3CORE COURSES (REQUIRED) 4.6 CEUs
1. HTML/XHTML – Level I (1.0 CEU)
2. Adobe Dreamweaver – Level I (1.6 CEUs)
3. One of the following image editing programs:
a. Adobe Fireworks (1.6 CEUs)
b. Adobe Photoshop – Level I (1.6 CEUs)
4. Program Final: Showcasing Your Portfolio (0.4 CEU)
CHOOSE ONE OF THESE TRACK OPTIONS (REQUIRED) 8.4CEUs
A. Web Design Track
1. HTML/XHTML – Level II (1.0 CEU)
2. Adobe Dreamweaver – Level II (1.2 CEUs)
3. Search Engine Optimization and Online Marketing (1.8 CEUs)
4. Electives (4.4 CEUs, see below for course listing)
B. Multimedia Design Track
1. Adobe Illustrator - Level I (1.6 CEUs)
2. Adobe Flash – Level I (1.6 CEUs)
3. Flash and ActionScript 3.0: Beyond the Basics (1.8 CEUs)
4. Digital Video With Adobe Pro Tools - Level I (1.6 CEUs)
5. Electives (1.8 CEUs, see below for course listing)
OTHER ELECTIVE COURSES
1. Adobe Illustrator – Level II (1.6 CEUs)
2. Adobe InDesign – Level I (1.6 CEUs)
3. Adobe Photoshop – Level II (1.2 CEUs)
4. Communicate with Clarity Workshop (0.4 CEU)
5. Creating Effective Webpages Using SEO (0.5 CEU)
6. Photoshop Workshop: Curves Demystified (0.3 CEU)
7. Tweeting the Bottom Line (0.3 CEU)
8. Web Essentials (1.3 CEUs)
9. Any other required courses beyond the core and track option requirements.
• Courses are not offered every semester.
• Some classes have required textbooks that are not part of the tuition fees. See catalog
course descriptions for more information.
• Completion of the Internet Design and Technology Certificate Program is not an explicit
or implicit promise of employment. UNLV Educational Outreach does not provide job
placement services.
• Refund Policy: Cancellation of registrations must be received in writing (email is
acceptable) no later than three (3) business days prior to the start date of the course in
order to receive a refund. No refunds will be issued after this date. All refunds will be
minus a $10.00 administrative fee per course.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
4ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 - LEVEL I ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 - LEVEL II
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 is the Further develop your
leading software in the industry for Dreamweaver CS5 power-user skills
professional web development, and is with professional tips and techniques
an essential tool for any web designer. including advanced use of external
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to control
In this class you will learn the basics
layout and font consistency as well
of this software as well as essential
as utilizing JavaScript behaviors and
practices for professional web design
Spry widgets to transform static pages
and site development. We will cover
into more dynamic and interactive
how to use the Dreamweaver UI
ones. Learn how to manipulate the
(User Interface), manage site files,
CSS layouts in Dreamweaver CS5 and
insert text and images, link pages
make your web production process
together, and incorporate /apply
more efficient by creating templates,
basic CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
library items, server-side includes
to font elements. You will utilize
and downloadable extensions. We
Dreamweaver’s built in CSS layouts
will also discuss the newest features
for positioning elements within your
of Dreamweaver CS5. This class is
web pages. Use of tables for laying
for users who are ready to elevate to
out tabular data will be also covered.
more advanced methods to create
Learn how to make your website
professional websites.The required
an interactive experience for your
textbook, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5:
users by utilizing Javascript rollovers
Digital Classroom, will be available in
and forms as well as what it takes
the UNLV Bookstore. 1.2 CEUs
to get your site online.The required
Prerequisites: You must have
textbook, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5:
completed Dreamweaver - Level I and
Digital Classroom, will be available in
HTML/XHTML - Level II or have similar
the UNLV Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs.
working knowledge and experience.
Prerequisites: You must have
completed HTML/XHTML - Level I or
B112WM8114
have similar working knowledge and
Rebecca Perry
experience. Students who do not
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Sept. 6-27
possess general knowledge of web
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design concepts are also required to
$239 Includes CEUs (4 sessions)
enroll in Web Essentials prior to taking
this class.
B112WM8113
Rebecca Perry
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, July 26-Aug. 30
(Tue. 5:30-6:30pm, Aug. 30 only)
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
5ADOBE FIREWORKS CS5
B112WM8142
Adobe Fireworks CS5 enables you
Adrian Navarrete
to create expressive, highly optimized
Mon. 6-9pm, June 20-Aug.1
graphics for the web or virtually any (Mon. 6-7pm, Aug. 1 only)
device - from smartphones to kiosks (No class July 4)
to embedded displays. Produce
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
websites, user interfaces, and rich
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
prototypes that are editable in both
vector and bitmap modes. Learn how
ADOBE FLASH AND ACTIONSCRIPT
to use vector tools to draw objects,
3.0 - BEYOND THE BASICS (FORMERLY
use bitmap and image editing tools for
FLASH LEVEL II AND FLASH LEVEL III)
special effects and color correction,
In this Beyond the Basics class,
modify graphics and photos using
you will learn the basics of the
masks and filters, and optimize your
ActionScript 3.0 object-oriented
web graphics to decrease file size
programming using Flash Professional
and download time. The required
CS5 and the Gaia Flash Framework
textbook, Adobe Fireworks CS5
to build engaging Flash websites
Classroom in a Book, will be available
and applications that are built on
in the UNLV Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
best practices. This new course is
a replacement for the previously
B112WM8111
offered Flash level II & level III
Rebecca Perry
courses. Students who took the prior
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, June 14-July 19
classes only should take this course
(Tue. 5:30-6:30pm, July 19 only)
to gain further knowledge in Gaia or
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as a refresher course in ActionScript
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
3.0. The required textbook, Learning
ActionScript 3.0: A Beginner’s
ADOBE FLASH CS5 - LEVEL I
Guide, will be available at the UNLV
In this 16-hour course you will
Bookstore. 1.8 CEUs
learn the fundamentals of Adobe
Prerequisite: You must have
Flash CS5 Professional and its various
completed Flash - Level I or have
tools to create Flash timeline-based
similar working knowledge and
animation. Learn how to illustrate,
experience.
animate, and work with symbols and
import images, raster graphics, and
B112WM8138
sounds. We will also discuss more
John Olson
advanced animation techniques and
Thur. 5:45-8:45pm, Aug. 18-Sept. 22
introduce you to ActionScript to add
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interactivity. Finally, you will test finish
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
animation and publish your movies to
the web. The required textbook, Flash
CS5 Professional Digital Classroom,
will be available in the UNLV For more information regarding
Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
these computer courses and
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in
certificate programs, e-mail
HTML and Illustrator, Photoshop, or
Fireworks. kyle.yahirookino@unlv.edu or
call 895-4490.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
6ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CS5- LEVEL I management.The required textbook,
Adobe Illustrator CS5 is primarily Adobe InDesign CS5 Classroom in a
used to create vector-based artwork, Book, will be available in the UNLV
flyers, postcards, and business cards. Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
This course targets beginning and
slightly-more proficient users of the
B112WM8106
application who wish to broaden
Alex Frazier
their knowledge and usage of
Wed. 6-9pm, Aug. 17-Sept. 21
Illustrator. Students will learn the
(Wed. 6-7pm, Sept. 21 only)
basic fundamentals of designing
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
with type and will create their own,
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
unique images as well while learning
the principles of good graphic design.
Other topics covered in this class
include creating and transforming
shapes, drawing with the pen tool,
working with typography, and color
and painting in Illustrator. The
required textbook, Adobe Illustrator
CS5 Classroom in a Book, will be
available in the UNLV Bookstore. 1.6
CEUs
B112WM8121
Jessica Kennedy
Wed. 5:30-8:30pm, June 8-July 13
(Wed. 5:30-6:30pm, July 13)
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
ADOBE INDESIGN CS5 - LEVEL I
InDesign CS5 is an effective page
layout program. This course will
familiarize you with the tools and
features available in Adobe InDesign
CS5. Students will learn the basic use
of tools, menus and palettes to create
documents, use typesetting features,
work with images and create files
for print. Print industry terminology
including design, typographic and
post production will be defined
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and applied. Through a series of
are filling fast. Register early
in-class exercises, we will achieve
an understanding of the page setup
to reserve a seat
attributes, master pages, guides and
margins, color definition, graphic
formats, and import and export file
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
7ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 - LEVEL II
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5-LEVEL I
Adobe Photoshop CS5 is used
Adobe Photoshop CS5 is used to
to create, design, and manipulate
create, design, and manipulate print
based artwork, web based graphics, print-based artwork, web-based
graphics, and digital photography. This
and digital photography. This course
course targets intermediate personal
targets advanced beginners who
and professional users, who wish to
use Photoshop for personal and
broaden their knowledge and skills
professional projects and wish to
broaden their knowledge and skills in in this program. Build on existing
knowledge to explore advanced
this program. Learn the fundamentals
layer functions and compositing,
of how Photoshop works by exploring
advanced retouching and masking,
the tool box & workspace, learning
and preparing files for both print and
how to select images and perform
color correction and retouching and web output. The required textbook,
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Classroom in
how to use layers to create composite
a Book, will be available in the UNLV
images and effects. Learn to remove
Bookstore. 1.2 CEUs
things from one background and place
Prerequisite: You must have
on another. Students will learn basic
principles of Photoshop such as the completed Adobe Photoshop - Level
I or have similar working knowledge
use of masks as well as resize images,
and experience.
add text and create art from scratch.
Students will also learn basic graphic
design principles, as they relate to
B112WM8123
Photoshop projects. The required
Krystal Hosmer
textbook, Adobe Photoshop CS5
Wed. 5:30-8:30pm, July 20-Aug. 10
Classroom in a Book, will be available
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
in the UNLV Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
$239 Includes CEUs (4 sessions)
Krystal Hosmer
Session I: B112WM8122A
Thur. 5:30-8:30pm, May 26-June 30
(Thur. 5:30-6:30pm, May 26 only)
Session II: B112WM8122B
Sat. 9am-Noon, Aug. 20-Sept. 24
(Sat. 9-10am, Aug. 20 only)
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
8PHOTOSHOP CS5 WORKSHOP: B112WM8155
CURVES DEMYSTIFIED Krystal Hosmer
Curves (when used with Tue. 5:30-7:30pm, Aug. 30-Sept. 6
adjustment layers and masks) are
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the most powerful and flexible, but
$75 Includes CEU (2 sessions)
least understood, editing feature
in Photoshop. By the end of this
DIGITAL VIDEO WITH ADOBE PRO
workshop, you will understand exactly
TOOLS - LEVEL I
what the lines mean and how to
Adobe provides a complete
analyze a photo to create a curve to
solution for digital video editing with
fix common photos issues such as
Premiere Pro, After Effects, Encore
underexposure, color casts, dull color,
DVD and Photoshop. These programs
washed out skies, faces in shadow,
incorporate video editing, special
and a myriad of other problems in a
effects, animation, image editing,
few clicks. This workshop is not held
and DVD authoring. This class will
in a computer lab. .3 CEU
introduce you to the basics of using
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge
Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects,
and experience in using Photoshop.
Encore DVD and Photoshop for
Adobe Photoshop - Level I completion
video projects. We will review the
is recommended for those students
tight integration among the tools
without prior background.
in the Adobe programs that make
moving project elements between
B112WM8149
applications easy. 1.6 CEUs
Krystal Hosmer
Prerequisite: Successful
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Sept. 13
completion of Adobe Photoshop
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- Level I or have similar working
$69 Includes CEU
knowledge.
B112WM8115
COMMUNICATE WITH CLARITY
Nicholas Merk
WORKSHOP
Thur. 5:30-8:30pm, July 7-Aug. 11
Ever wondered why some ads,
(Thur. 5:30-6:30pm, Aug. 11 only)
websites, or printed pages are more
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“eye-catching” than others or why
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
one arrangement of photos and text
is more pleasing? Learn how to lead
your reader’s eye to your message
using the principles of visual design.
Contrast, Alignment, Repetition, and
Proximity can be employed by those
in the know to improve any design
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- from a scrapbook page to a party
invite to a magazine ad or website.
are filling fast. Register early
Those interested in communication in
to reserve a seat
any medium will explore these basic
principles of effective visual design
through before and after examples.
This is not a hands-on class in a
computer lab. .4 CEU
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
9HTML/XHTML - LEVEL I HTML/XHTML - LEVEL II
XHTML is the bridge between Enhance your skills by learning
HTML and XML. If you are interested
intermediate XHTML concepts such
in learning how to hand-code Web
as designing table-less layouts, using
pages that will transition into XML,
forms to collect data, and controlling
while still remaining compatible with web page format and design using
current Web browsers, this class is Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). By the
for you! You will be introduced to the
end of the class, you will be able to
concepts, foundations, syntax, and
design and code enhanced websites.
structure of XHTML by creating basic
The required textboook, Head First
HTML pages by hand. The course will HTML with CSS & XHTML (Head
include an introduction to Cascading First), will be available in the UNLV
Style Sheets (CSS). All pages created
Bookstore. 1 CEU
in the class will be validated using the
Prerequisite: You must have
W3C validation service. The required
completed HTML/XHTML - Level I.
textbook, Head First HTML with CSS &
XHTML (Head First), will be available
B112WM8104
in the UNLV Bookstore. Students who
Adrian Navarrete
do not possess general knowledge of
Wed. 6-9pm, July 6-27
Web design concepts should enroll
(Wed. 6-7pm, July 27 only)
in Web Essentials prior to taking this
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
class. 1 CEU
$225 Includes CEU (4 sessions)
B112WM8105
Adrian Navarrete
PROGRAM FINAL: SHOWCASING
Wed. 6-9pm, June 8-29
YOUR PORTFOLIO
(Wed. 6-7pm, June 29 only)
This course must be the last class
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
taken to complete the requirements
$225 Includes CEU (4 sessions)
of the Internet Design and Technology
Certificate program. In it you will
demonstrate and showcase the
knowledge and skills you have
acquired by designing a functional
website based upon criteria
handed out during the first class.
Independent work outside of class
is required to complete this project.
During the second class, you’ll
display your work and participate in
a discussion about becoming Web
professionals in the industry.
.4 CEU
B112WM8124
Bonnie Parrish-Kell
Kyle Yahiro-Okino
Tue. 3-5pm, Aug. 9 and Sept. 20
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
$89 Includes CEU (2 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
10TWEETING THE BOTTOM LINE: HOW and Technology Certificate who do not
have knowledge and experience in
TWITTER CAN BUILD YOUR BUSINESS
the core concepts of web design. This
Everyone is “tweeting” about
class is also open to anyone interested
Twitter, but what is it good for?
in having a general understanding
Discover how this social media
of the world of web design and may
application can become a powerful
not be interested in completing the
and free tool to grow your business
certificate program.
and customer base by keeping your
1.3 CEUs
customers informed and by spreading
your brand’s message virally. Open
another avenue to build relationships B112WM8145
with targeted audiences while Bonnie Parrish-Kell
you explore how other companies Thur. 5:30-8:30pm, Apr. 21-May 19
are using Twitter. Learn what your (Thur. 5:30-6:30pm, May 19 only)
business should and should not tweet,
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and learn how to build a following of
$229 Includes CEUs (5 sessions)
users that want to hear from you and
your organization. This class is not
held in a computer lab.
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of
the internet is required. Experience
with online chat and other social
media applications is helpful. .3 CEU
B112WM8157
Krystal Hosmer
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Sept. 20
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 511
$69 Includes CEU
WEB ESSENTIALS
This class will discuss the
fundamentals of web design and
prepare you for the Internet Design
and Technology Certificate. Topics
covered include knowing who
your website audience is and how
different people view web pages;
learning about image file structures
and management; being an effective
search engine user; knowing how
to buy the right domain name that
makes sense for your customers;
learning about hosting accounts,
DNS, MX records, and Linux versus
Windows servers; and how to
gather web stats and use advertising
strategies to promote your website.
This class is required for those
students pursuing the Internet Design
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
11CERTIFICATES IN PRINT DESIGN
(BASIC AND ADVANCED)

This program introduces you to the core print design software tools that
are used in the Commercial Design Industry. The Basic certificate is suitable
for those who have no formal training and experience in the graphic design
industry and seek to understand the essential concepts of print design and the
applications designers use on a daily basis to complete their projects. Graduates
from the Basic certificate will understand the various Adobe print design
applications and how they are used together in the workflow of a print design
project. Students seeking further knowledge and skills in the print design
field may continue their learning by pursuing the Advanced Certificate which
expands their design skills in the various applications as well as learn additional
design theory and print communication concepts and techniques.
The Advanced certificate is suitable for those who may be crossing disciplines,
such as web design to print design or who are responsible for marketing and
designing materials in their current employment but have no formal training
and experience in the graphic design industry. Graduates from the Advanced
certificate will possess the knowledge base and skill sets necessary for an entry-
level position as a Production Artist in the professional community.
Prerequisites:
You must have a working knowledge of the Windows operating system
including navigating, creating, editing, and saving files and folders.
Our labs are equipped with Windows computers. Students have the option
of bringing and using their own PC or Mac notebook computers in class.
Bringing a 1GB or larger flash drive to class for saving files is recommended.
Although we provide the required software programs in our computer
labs during instructional times, you will also need access to the software, if
applicable, at home or at work to complete some of the exercises, assignments,
and projects.
BASIC CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS:
The program includes four required courses to earn certification. Creating an
Identity from Concept to Completion must be the last class taken to complete
the requirements of this certificate program.
Required Courses (6.3 CEUs):
1. Adobe Illustrator - Level I (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
2. Adobe Photoshop - Level I (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
3. Adobe InDesign (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
4. Creating an Identity from Concept to Completion (15 hours, 1.5 CEUs)
Register online at http://edoutreach.unlv.edu
and click on “Online Registration”
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
12ADVANCED CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS:
The program includes six required courses to earn certification. In addition,
students must complete at least 13 hours of workshops or electives in order
to receive the Advanced Certificate in Print Design. Courses completed in the
Basic Certificate in Print Design are transferrable into this certificate program.
Creating an Identity from Concept to Completion must be the last class taken to
complete the requirements of this certificate program.
Required Courses (10.4 CEUs):
1. Adobe Illustrator - Level I (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
2. Adobe Photoshop - Level I (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
3. Adobe InDesign (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
4. Adobe Illustrator - Level II (16 hours, 1.6 CEUs)
5. Adobe Photoshop - Level II (12 hours, 1.2 CEUs)
6. Minimum of 13 hours (1.3 CEUs) of electives
7. Creating an Identity from Concept to Completion (15 hours, 1.5 CEUs)
• Courses are not offered every semester.
• Some classes have required textbooks that are not part of the tuition fees.
See catalog course descriptions for more information.
• Completion of the Certificate(s) in Print Design is not an explicit
or implicit promise of employment. UNLV Educational Outreach does not
provide job placement services.
• Refund Policy: Cancellation of registrations must be received in writing (email
is acceptable) no later than three (3) business days prior to the start date of
the course in order to receive a refund. No refunds will be issued after this
date. All refunds will be minus a $10.00 administrative fee per course.
For questions or more information about these courses, e-mail kyle.
yahirookino@unlv.edu or call 895-4490.
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CS5- LEVEL I
Adobe Illustrator CS5 is primarily used to create vector-based artwork, flyers,
postcards, and business cards. This course targets beginning and slightly-more proficient
users of the application who wish to broaden their knowledge and usage of Illustrator.
Students will learn the basic fundamentals of designing with type and will create their
own, unique images as well while learning the principles of good graphic design. Other
topics covered in this class include creating and transforming shapes, drawing with the
pen tool, working with typography, and color and painting in Illustrator. The required
textbook, Adobe Illustrator CS5 Classroom in a Book, will be available in the UNLV
Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
B112WM8121
Jessica Kennedy
Wed. 5:30-8:30pm, June 8-July 13
(Wed. 5:30-6:30pm, July 13)
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
13ADOBE INDESIGN CS5 - LEVEL I use of masks as well as resize images,
InDesign CS5 is an effective page add text and create art from scratch.
layout program. This course will Students will also learn basic graphic
design principles, as they relate to
familiarize you with the tools and
Photoshop projects. The required
features available in Adobe InDesign
textbook, Adobe Photoshop CS5
CS5. Students will learn the basic use
Classroom in a Book, will be available
of tools, menus and palettes to create
in the UNLV Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
documents, use typesetting features,
work with images and create files
Krystal Hosmer
for print. Print industry terminology
including design, typographic and
post production will be defined Session I: B112WM8122A
and applied. Through a series of Thur. 5:30-8:30pm, May 26-June 30
in-class exercises, we will achieve (Thur. 5:30-6:30pm, May 26 only)
an understanding of the page setup
attributes, master pages, guides and
Session II: B112WM8122B
margins, color definition, graphic
Sat. 9am-Noon, Aug. 20-Sept. 24
formats, and import and export file
(Sat. 9-10am, Aug. 20 only)
management.The required textbook,
Adobe InDesign CS5 Classroom in a
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
Book, will be available in the UNLV
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5-LEVEL II
B112WM8106 Adobe Photoshop CS5 is used
Alex Frazier to create, design, and manipulate
Wed. 6-9pm, Aug. 17-Sept. 21 print-based artwork, web-based
graphics, and digital photography. This
(Wed. 6-7pm, Sept. 21 only)
course targets intermediate personal
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and professional users, who wish to
$289 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
broaden their knowledge and skills
in this program. Build on existing
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5-LEVEL I
knowledge to explore advanced
Adobe Photoshop CS5 is used to
layer functions and compositing,
create, design, and manipulate print
advanced retouching and masking,
based artwork, web based graphics,
and preparing files for both print and
and digital photography. This course
web output. The required textbook,
targets advanced beginners who
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Classroom in
use Photoshop for personal and
a Book, will be available in the UNLV
professional projects and wish to
Bookstore. 1.2 CEUs
broaden their knowledge and skills in
Prerequisite: You must have
this program. Learn the fundamentals
completed Adobe Photoshop - Level
of how Photoshop works by exploring
I or have similar working knowledge
the tool box & workspace, learning
and experience.
how to select images and perform
color correction and retouching and
how to use layers to create composite
B112WM8123
images and effects. Learn to remove
Krystal Hosmer
things from one background and place
Wed. 5:30-8:30pm, July 20-Aug. 10
on another. Students will learn basic
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principles of Photoshop such as the
$239 Includes CEUs (4 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
14working knowledge and experience in
PHOTOSHOP CS5 WORKSHOP:
Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop. For
CURVES DEMYSTIFIED
certificate students, this course must
Curves (when used with adjustment
be the last class taken to complete the
layers and masks) are the most powerful
requirements of the Basic or Advanced
and flexible, but least understood, editing
feature in Photoshop. By the end of this Certificate Program in Print Design.
workshop, you will understand exactly Students who are pursuing both Basic and
what the lines mean and how to analyze Advanced Certificates must complete all
a photo to create a curve to fix common requirements of both certificates prior to
photos issues such as underexposure, taking this course.
color casts, dull color, washed out skies,
faces in shadow, and a myriad of other
B112WM8156
problems in a few clicks. This workshop is
David Araujo
not held in a computer lab. .3 CEU
Mon. 5:30-8pm, Aug. 8-Sept. 19
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge
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and experience in using Photoshop.
$279 Includes and CEUs (6 sessions)
Adobe Photoshop - Level I completion
is recommended for those students
COMMUNICATE WITH CLARITY
without prior background.
WORKSHOP
Ever wondered why some ads,
B112WM8149
websites or printed pages are more
Krystal Hosmer
“eye-catching” than others or why one
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Sept. 13
arrangement of photos and text is more
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pleasing? Learn how to lead your reader’s
$69 Includes CEU
eye to your message using the principles
of visual design. Contrast, Alignment,
Repetition and Proximity can be employed
CREATING AN IDENTITY FROM
by those in the know to improve any
CONCEPT TO COMPLETION
design - from a scrapbook page to a
This course will introduce you to
party invite to a magazine ad or website.
the basics of designing a company’s
Those interested in communication in any
brand identity. You will understand
medium will explore these basic principles
what a brand’s identity is and isn’t as
of effective visual design through before
well as determining the purpose of
and after examples. This is not a hands-on
having one. You will work with the
class in a computer lab .4 CEU
various Adobe applications including
Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign to
B112WM8155
understand how these tools can work
Krystal Hosmer
together to create brand and marketing
Tue. 5:30-7:30pm, Aug. 30-Sept. 6
media. Weekly projects will be worked
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on in class and will provide you with
$75 Includes CEU (2 sessions)
experience in creating company logos,
business cards, postcards, and brochures
that will enrich your practical experience
For additional computer classes
in using these Adobe programs. Through
and electives offered this semester,
group discussions and critiques of
projects in class, you will be on your first please view the Internet Design
step to creating a unique brand identity
and Technology Certificate
for a company. 1.5 CEUs
Program section in this brochure.
Prerequisite: Students should have
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
15MICROSOFT OFFICE

You will receive a Letter of Completion and CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
for each course that you successfully complete in the Microsoft Office suite of
applications.
Prerequisites:
You must have a working knowledge of the Windows operating system and
the Internet, including creating, opening, saving, and printing files.
Our computer labs are equipped with Windows PC. Students have the
option of bringing and using their own PC notebook to class. Bringing a 1GB or
larger flash drive to class for saving files is recommended.
Although we provide the required software programs in our computer labs
during instructional times, you will also need access to the software at home or
at work to complete some of the exercises, assignments, and projects.
Refund Policy: Cancellation of registrations must be received in writing (e-mail
is acceptable) no later than three (3) business days prior to the start date of the
course in order to receive a refund. No refunds will be issued after this date.
All refunds will be minus a $10.00 administrative fee per course.
For questions or more information about these courses, e-mail kyle.
yahirookino@unlv.edu or call 895-4490.
ACCESS 2007 - LEVEL I
EXCEL 2007 - LEVEL I
In this course, you will be introduced
You will learn the essentials
to using an Access database. You will
of managing cells, columns, rows,
learn database terminology, principles
worksheets, and workbooks in
of designing efficient tables to store
Excel. Additionally, you will learn
data, relating records, manipulating core
to apply functions, create charts,
Access objects, manipulating data, and
filter and sort data, and create pivot
producing output. Assignments outside
tables. Assignments outside of class
of class will provide you with a variety
will provide you with a variety of
of database experiences to enrich
spreadsheet experiences to enrich
using Access. The required textbook,
using Excel. The required textbook,
Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2007
Exploring Microsoft Office Excel 2007
Comprehensive, which is used in both
Comprehensive, which is used in both
Access courses, will be available in the
Excel courses, will be available in the
UNLV Bookstore.
UNLV Bookstore. 1.0 CEU
1.0 CEU
Prerequisite: You should have
Prerequisite: You should have
computer experience and a solid
experience and a solid understanding of
understanding of Microsoft’s Windows
Excel.
operating system including using a mouse.
B112CW8161
B112CW8163
Sharon Fry
Rachael Dilling
Thur. 6:00-8:00pm, Aug. 18-Sept. 15
Tue. 5:30-7:30pm, Aug. 9-Sept. 6
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
$215 Includes CEU (5 sessions)
$215 Includes CEU (5 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
16POWERPOINT 2007
WORD 2007 - LEVEL II
You will discover how to create
By using Word 2007’s WYSIWYG (What
professional-looking presentations in
You See Is What You Get) editing capabilities,
PowerPoint and learn about the principles of
you can easily create flyers, newsletters,
designing and creating slides, implementing
and other heavily formatted documents.
design themes, applying transitions and
You’ll gain an understanding of graphic
animations, inserting a variety of graphic
design principles in Word when creating
files, inserting charts, working with Masters,
documents that include text, tables, and
and packaging/distributing a presentation.
graphics. Learn how to use Word’s powerful
Assignments outside of class will provide you
collaborative tools in a group environment
with a variety of presentation experiences
to share, compare, and combine documents.
to enrich using PowerPoint. The required
Learn how to build time-saving macros,
textbook, Exploring Microsoft Office
increase your productivity by customizing
PowerPoint 2007 Comprehensive, will be
Word, create form letters and mailing labels,
available in the UNLV Bookstore. 1 CEU
perform queries, make your own templates,
and use the style gallery. The required
textbook, Exploring Microsoft Office Word
B112CW8167
2007 Comprehensive, will be available in the
Rachael Dilling
UNLV Bookstore. 1.2 CEUs
Mon. 5:30-7:30pm, Aug. 1-29
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
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Word - Level I or have similar experience.
$189 Includes CEU (5 sessions)
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
B112CW8132
Rachael Dilling
WORD 2007- LEVEL I
TUe. 5:30-8:30 pm, Sept. 13-Oct. 4
Mastering Microsoft Word can make you
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more productive in the workplace. You will
$209 Includes CEUs (4 sessions)
learn to create, edit, and format documents,
create tabs, control margins and alignment,
add clip art and tables, learn how to work
with mail merge, and complete a host of
other exciting tasks. You will also encounter
program features you may not have known
about -- features that enable you to control
document presentation, stay organized,
and create professional documents that are
sure to get attention in the workplace. The
required textbook, Exploring Microsoft Office
Word 2007 Comprehensive, will be available
in the UNLV Bookstore. 1.6 CEUs
B112CW8169
Rachael Dilling
Mon. 5:30-8:30pm, June 13-July 25
(Mon. 5:30-6:30pm, July 25 only)
(No class July 4)
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
$259 Includes CEUs (6 sessions)
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
17HOME COMPUTING COURSES
Home Computing courses are non-credit and geared toward beginners not
familiar with the fundamentals of working with a computer. These courses
can make you more comfortable using a computer and serve as stepping
stones to further classes that are listed in the Professional Computing section.
Home Computing courses cannot be applied towards professional computer
certificate programs.
If you are new or have very little experience working with a computer for
home use, these are the recommended classes you should take (listed in
sequential order that you should take them):
1. Fearless of Computers
2. Windows Workshop
Optional classes after completing above classes:
(You can take these classes in any order and you do not need to take above
classes first if you have prior computer knowledge and experience.)
A. Exploring the Internet
B. Learn the Basics of Word
C. Benefits of Social Media
D. Facebook: Getting Connected
E. Google: Your Personal Information Assistant
F. Google (Want to Learn More?)
G. Google: Organize & Share Your Photos with Google Pics
BENEFITS OF SOCIAL MEDIA BLOGGING FOR BEGINNERS
Why would you ever want or With just the click of a mouse anyone
conceivably ever need to use social media can share their thoughts with the world
(FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter, ExpoPeeps, by starting a blog for personal or business
LinkedIn, and others)? Learn about
reasons. Connect with like-minded people
various types of social media in this new
and share your passion or grow your
workshop: professional, personal, and
business by engaging your peers and
sites that cross into both regimes. We
customers in a give-and-take exchange
will discuss some of the popular sites as
while positioning yourself as an authority
well as some up-and-comers. Learn what
in your field. Learn how to set up a
motivates companies and individuals to
free blog account, choose and install a
invest their time in social media and what
template for your blog, create posts, add
the benefits are to yo u as an individual or
photos and insert links.
as a business.
Students should have working
knowledge of computers and using the
B112GI1122 Internet to participate in this class.
Jessica Kennedy
Fri. 2:00-4:00pm, Jun 17
B112CW8120
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
Krystal Hosmer
$39
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Aug. 2
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
$65
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
18EXPLORING THE INTERNET FEARLESS OF COMPUTERS
Learn the basic of the Internet If you are already comfortable
and the World Wide Web, some with a computer mouse, this class
Internet terminology, the different is not for you. This is a very basic
things you can do on the Internet, class for those just learning Windows
how to surf the Internet using URLs applications and how to use that
and hyperlinks, add and remove (non-furry) mouse. By the end of our
bookmarks, copy information and use third session you will be able to turn
search engines. You will also set up on the computer, use the mouse, use
an e-mail account to send and receive a simple word processor, know a little
e-mail messages. about the Web, and be ready to take
your next computer class.
B112CW8172
Jessica Kennedy B112CW8195
Mon. 1-3pm, July 25-Aug. 15 Jessica Kennedy
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140 Mon. 1-3pm, June 6-20
$95 (4 sessions) UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
$85 (3 sessions)
FACEBOOK: GETTING CONNECTED
Social networking is the one of the
LEARN THE BASICS OF WORD
most exciting trends on the Internet.
We will teach you the very basics
It’s a way to share information and
of Microsoft Word, a popular word
connect with friends and family. Learn
processing program. You will learn
how to create a user account and how
how to create, format, edit, save, and
to design and use your own personal
print your documents, and learn to
Web page. You will create your own
add graphics. You must have basic
unique Facebook page and use it to
computer knowledge and know how
communicate with others. You will
to navigate application windows to
find out how to upload personal
take this class. This class cannot be
photos, how to add friends and family
applied towards the Microsoft Office
as well as other customizations using
Certificate Program.
Facebook templates and updates.
Students should have working
B112CW8195
knowledge of computers, browsing
Jessica Kennedy
the Internet and sending e-mails to
Mon. 1-3pm, Aug. 22-Sept. 19
participate in this class.
(No class Sept. 5)

UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
Jessica Kennedy
$95 (4 sessions)

Session I: B112GI1111A -
New to Facebook
For additional home computing
Tue. 5:30-7:30pm, June 28
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
classes offered this semester,
please view our Summer 2011
Session II: B112GI1111B - Have a
Continuing Education Catalog. To
Facebook Page & Want to Learn More
Tue. 5:30-7:30pm, July 5 request a catalog, call
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
(702) 895-3394.
$39
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
19GOOGLE: YOUR PERSONAL B112GI1132
Jessica Kennedy
INFORMATION ASSISTANT
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Jul 19
The majority of people today rely on
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the Google search engine to retrieve
$39
information on everything from news and
entertainment to business and personal
searches. However, most searches on GOOGLE: Share Your Photos with
Google are simple searches that don’t
Google Pics
tap into the power of Google and the
Join us in this new hands-on class and
enormous amounts of information
learn how to utilize the Google Pics online
it gathers. This class will first review
photo sharing system, powered by Picasa.
Google basics and then demonstrate the
Students will be required to create a
numerous hidden tricks and tools that
Google ID in order to participate and get
you can use to access this information.
the most from this class. Google does not
Learn how to search in Google effectively
allow non-registered users to utilize this
to find the information you want by
free online software. Bring photos (on a
limiting your searches to specific sites or
jump drive or CD) to class that you would
keywords, using Google as a reference
like to upload for practice. We will discuss
and dictionary, crunching numbers and
how photo sharing works as well as why it
converting measurements, and finding
is more convenient than email.
local entertainment information from

movies to dining.
B112GI1112
Become a power user in the most
Jessica Kennedy
popular search engine and make Google
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Jul 26
your personal information assistant.
UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 136
Prerequisite: You should have working
$39
knowledge of using a computer and the
Internet prior to attending this class.
WINDOWS WORKSHOP

This hands-on course will teach
B112GI1131
you the fundamentals of the Windows
Jessica Kennedy
computer operating system. You will
Tue. 5:30-8:30pm, Jul 12
learn how to customize Windows settings,
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navigate, create and save files within
$39
applications, create folders and shortcuts,
and work extensively with the taskbar and
GOOGLE: Want to Learn More? desktop. This three-week class is designed
If you have taken Continuing to provide you with the basic information
Education’s Basic Google class and want you need to feel at ease taking additional
to learn more, this class is for you! Delve computer classes and working with other
further into the more advanced functions applications.
of Google including Google Docs, iGoogle,
Google Calendar and G-mail. You will be B112CW8221
required to activate a G-mail account Jessica Kennedy
(no fee for this) in order to learn how to Mon. 1-3pm, June 27-July 18
use these free Google features. During (No class on July 4)
this 3 hour course, you will learn how to UNLV Paradise Campus (PAR) Room 140
create a Google profile and the benefits of $85 (3 sessions)
reputation management for business. We
will also explore Google Earth.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
20ONLINE WORKFORCE TRAINING PROGRAMS
UNLV Continuing Education in the Division of Educational Outreach offers online
career-training programs in partnership with ed2go (formerly Gatlin Education),
the leader in online certification programs. These self-paced programs prepare
students for developing expertise in their desired career fields, prepare them
for industry certification exams, and are designed with a team of professionals
to provide the most effective web-based learning experience possible.
Programs can be completed generally in less than six months and include
materials needed to succeed (books, lessons, quizzes, and assignments).
Instructors are actively involved in the students’ online learning experiences by
responding to any questions or concerns as well as encouraging and motivating
students to thrive. Grades are a combination of computer-graded tests and the
instructor’s evaluation of the students’ work. You will love the quality as well as
the convenience of anytime, anywhere learning.
CURRICULUM:
For more detailed information regarding these courses, please visit www.
gatlineducation.com to view detailed course outlines, course learning
outcomes, instructor biographies, FAQs, prerequisites, materials included, and
sample an actual course demo. If you have additional questions about the
course, please call the ed2go Student Support Desk at (866) 441-5454.
REGISTRATION:
We ask prospective students to carefully review the information on the ed2go
(Gatlin Education) website prior to registering. Directions for accessing the
online course will be sent directly to students via email 3 to 5 business days
after the registration has been processed. Materials including textbooks will be
mailed directly to the student. You will have 24/7 access to the course, so you
may proceed at a pace most comfortable for you. Please note that once you
access the ed2go (Gatlin) online system with your login including orientation
and online materials, no refunds can be processed – no exceptions. Students
have 6 months to complete the program. To register, please call (702) 895-3394
or register online at http://edoutreach.unlv.edu.

For registration questions, e-mail kyle.yahirookino@unlv.edu or call 895-4490.
FINANCING OPTIONS:
Students may take advantage of two financing options available for these online
programs. The first option is a 12-month payment plan coordinated by ed2go.
For more information about this option, please visit this web site:
http://www.gatlineducation.com/loaninfo.htm.

The second option is to apply for a Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan.
More information about this option can be found on this web site:
http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/registration/financing.html.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
21RESOURCES FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Disclaimer: This information is provided as a courtesy to potential
students of UNLV’s Division of Educational Outreach (UNLV EO) and
is for informational purposes only. The information listed does not
imply, guarantee, or in any way promise that financial assistance will be
provided. UNLV EO does not financially benefit from any of the financial
assistance resources listed.

* http://fastweb.com - A scholarship/grant search engine
developed by the same company that developed monster.com for
job searches.
* http://federalgrantswire.com/department-of-justice-federal-
grants.html - Listing of various grant and loan programs.

* http://nevada211.org - See if you qualify for career transition/
training funds through a variety of non-profit agencies in the area.
* Employer Tuition Assistance - check with your employer to see
if they offer education benefits and if you are eligible.
* Private Loans - Check with your bank/credit union to see if they
offer low interest loans for education or career training. These
loans are offered by private banks and lending institutions and
differ from federal student loans. The applicant must meet the
lender’s credit requirements, and the loan very often requires a
co-signer. The interest rate, terms, and conditions vary among
lenders. UNLV accepts and works with all nonfederal private
alternative student loan providers. Students are encouraged to
explore their options and find the loan that best meets their
needs; borrow only what you need.
* Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan - A specific type of Private Loan
that requires the university to assist in the application process.
For more information about this loan, see Sallie Mae Information
and Application Tips or visit: http://tinyurl.com/UNLV-SallieMae

* Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow (FIT) - Call on
Monday mornings, (702) 367-4348 at 8am, to reserve space in an
Orientation Session to learn about this resource. You must be over
18, be a Nevada resident, have a GED and be eligible to work in
the U.S.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
22REGISTRATION FORM
COURSE TITLE:_____________________________COURSE #:___________ FEE $_____
COURSE TITLE:_____________________________COURSE #:___________ FEE $_____
COURSE TITLE:_____________________________COURSE #:___________ FEE $_____
E-mail addresses are requested to keep you informed of changes/cancellations to the
courses you have registered and keeping you informed on future courses:
E-mail________________________________________________________________
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Last First M.I.
ADDRESS:_________________________________________________________
CITY/STATE:__________________________________________ZIP:__________
COMPANY / ORGANIZATION:_______________________________
DAY PHONE___________________ HOME PHONE___________________
Enclosed is my check for $_________ made payable to Board of Regents.
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Credit Card Information and Payment must be provided at this time to confirm
registration of courses. Failure to submit this information on this form to our office will
terminate this registration process.
Cardholder Cardholder
Name___________________________ Signature______________________________
MAIL TO: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Division of Educational Outreach, 4505
Maryland Parkway, Box 451019, Las Vegas, NV 89154-1019.
BY PHONE: You may register by phone with VISA, American Express, MasterCard or
Discover cards by calling (702) 895-3394. Please have class title and course number,
class start date, credit card number, and expiration date ready.
BY FAX: Educational Outreach, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, (702) 895-4195.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Parking permits are required for all on-campus classes on
weekdays 7:00am - 7:00pm. Parking permits are not included in the registration fees.
REFUND POLICY: See page 1 of this brochure for additional information.
Register: http://edoutreach.unlv.edu/continuingeducation or (702) 895-3394
23Continuing Education
4505 Maryland Parkway
Box 451019
Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-1019
Computer Technology Programs