The school has posted the Spring 2010 semester on the school Web site. You can go to pccc.edu and click on the "Course Schedule" link. Click on "Credit Course Schedule", and then you can select "Spring 2010" as the term. Registration starts next week, and I would highly recommend getting in as soon as possible to do your schedule - this way, you get the best possible schedule.
The first step in this process, if you have chosen a major, really should be to see a faculty advisor in your major, rather than someone from the Center for Student Success. The reason is that the counselors in the Center are really typically generalists - that is, they have a general knowledge of all the programs at the school, but typically aren't experts in them. With all the programs available at the College, who can blame them!
Instead, you should see a faculty advisor. For example, in the Business major, there are three choices for the math elective. Some transfer to certain schools better than other schools, and realistically, the faculty in the major (in this case, Professors Cox or Gheorghiu) will know these details because they are the ones who typically do the transfer agreements with the four-year colleges and universities. In addition, the faculty are typically more in tune with what courses are offered in what semesters, and how pre-requisites may hold you back. Plus, on a personal note, it's really a great chance for me as a faculty member to work directly with students.
You can see any faculty member in your major, and I would recommend seeing a faculty member for advising now, even if you don't plan on registering yet. This way, if you do end up registering late, you don't have to worry about getting bad advising during late registration.
For the Information Technology, Computer Science, or Graphic Design majors, you can typically see me, and as always, my office hours are linked near the top left hand side of my blog.