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									                                                     FALL 2008 CREDIT CLASSES                                                                              21



ACCOUNTING                                           DAY:
                                                     1009 001      8:00AM-9:20AM     MW      ELB317    ACCT-201        Accounting Field
                                                     5916 002      11:00AM-12:20PM   MW      ELB317                    Experience I (3-4 credits)
                                                     5915 003      9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH     ELB317
ACCT-111         Principles of Accounting I             Fees: $25.00.                                  Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                                                                       rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                 (3 credits)                         EVENING:
                                                                                                       must receive prior approval to register for this
Introduction to the recording, summarizing and       1046 004      11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH     ELB317
                                                     3446 050      6:00PM-8:50PM     M       ELB316    work experience course. Call the Career Center
analyzing of business transactions including the                                                       (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
                                                     1013 051      7:30PM-10:20PM    TH      ELB317
preparation and interpretation of financial state-   1014 052      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH     ELB317        PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
ments.                                                  Fees: $25.00.                                      three credits should select Section 050.
DAY:                                                 ONLINE:                                               Those registering for four credits should se-
5914   001    8:00AM-9:20AM     MW         ELB316    1012 N090                                             lect Section 051. Students may still register
1022   002    9:30AM-10:50AM    MW         ELB317                                                          after the semester begins.
1015   003    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW         ELB316
                                                        A basic understanding of and access to
                                                        the Internet and WWW browsing capability           PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
1049   004    12:30PM-1:50PM    MW         ELB317
                                                        are required. After you have registered, go        better grade point and demonstration of
1002   005    8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH        ELB317
2499   006    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH        ELB316       to the Distance Learning Homepage on               pre-employment skills. Student placement is
5912   007    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH        ELB316       the HCC homepage and click on the link             to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
5913   008    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH        ELB317       “Checklist for Registered Online Students”         ter (Room RCF-302).
   Fees: $25.00.                                        for important information about your           EVENING:
EVENING:                                                course.                                        5800 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
1006 051      7:30PM-10:20PM    T          ELB317    4388   N091                                       5801 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
3445 052      6:00PM-8:50PM     W          ELB316       A basic understanding of and access to            Fees: $25.00.
1007 053      6:00PM-7:20PM     MW         ELB317       the Internet and WWW browsing capability
   Fees: $25.00.                                        are required. After you have registered, go
                                                        to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                                                                                                       ACCT-202        Accounting Field
ONLINE:
1017 N090                                               the HCC homepage and click on the link                         Experience II (3-4 credits)
   A basic understanding of and access to               “Checklist for Registered Online Students”     Supervised work experience which relates di-
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability             for important information about your           rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
   are required. After you have registered, go          course. This course has a required on-         must receive prior approval to register for this
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 campus orientation on Saturday, August         work experience course. Call the Career Center
   the HCC homepage and click on the link               23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,         (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
   “Checklist for Registered Online Students”           exact time and room TBA.                           PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
   for important information about your                 Fees: $30.00.                                      three credits should select Section 050.
   course.                                           EXPRESS:                                              Those registering for four credits should se-
4387   N091                                          1048 P054     6:00PM-8:50PM     MW        N105        lect Section 051. Students may still register
   A basic understanding of and access to               ACCT-112-P054 meets from 10/15/08 to               after the semester begins.
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability             12/03/08.                                          PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
   are required. After you have registered, go       1031   P060   8:30AM-2:30PM     S       ELB316        better grade point and demonstration of
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 ACCT-112-P060 meets from 10/18/08 -                pre-employment skills. Student placement is
   the HCC homepage and click on the link               12/06/08.                                          to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
   “Checklist for Registered Online Students”           Fees: $25.00.                                      ter (Room RCF-302).
   for important information about your
                                                                                                       EVENING:
   course. This course has a required on-                                                              5802 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
   campus orientation on Saturday, August            ACCT-114           Managing Finances with         5803 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
   23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,                               QuickBooks (1 credit)             Fees: $25.00.
   exact time and room TBA.
                                                     Upon completion of this course, the student
   Fees: $30.00.
                                                     will have basic knowledge of setting up com-
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               pany books including: creating chart of ac-
1069 M001 8:30AM-10:15AM        MW         LCTBA     counts, creating vendor, customer, & employee
1055 M050 7:30PM-9:15PM         MW         LCTBA
                                                     lists, managing lists, managing cash receipts
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                                              KEY
                                                     and payments, creating purchase orders, setting
EXPRESS:                                             up inventory, creating sales invoices, creating    COURSE #
1047 P054     6:00PM-8:50PM     MW           N105    reports such as: financial statements, budgets,
   ACCT-111-P054 meets from 8/25/08 to               customized reports, and the exporting and
   10/13/08.                                         printing of reports. Function accounting and
                                                                                                        ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
1030   P060   8:30AM-2:30PM     S          ELB316                                                       The study of impedance networks, network
                                                     computer skills required.
   ACCT-111-P060 meets from 8/23/08 to                                                                  theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
   10/11/08.                                         WEEKEND:
                                                     1004 P060     8:30AM-12:30PM    S       ELB302     plications of capacitors and inductors.
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                          PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                        ACCT-114-P060 meets 9/27/08 - 10/18/08.
                                                        Fees: $30.00.                                   2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                                                                        2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
ACCT-112         Principles of Accounting
                 II (3 credits)                                                                         INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                         NO.
A continuation of ACCT-111 which includes ac-                                                                                        DAY(S)
counting for corporations and managerial ac-                                                            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
counting issues.                                                                                        For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.
   PRQ: ACCT-111


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     ACCT-211        Intermediate Accounting I           AMERICAN SIGN                                      ANTHROPOLOGY
                     (3 credits)                         LANGUAGE
     Accounting for cash, short-term investments, re-                                                       ANTH-105         Introduction to Cultural
     ceivables, liabilities, income taxes and invento-
     ries.                                               AMSL-101         Elementary American                                Anthropology (3 credits)
         PRQ: ACCT-112                                                    Sign Language I                   Anthropological concepts will be used to study
                                                                                                            the economic, family, and social systems of pre-
     EVENING:                                                             (4 credits)                       literate cultures as well as American society.
     1016 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH       ELB307
        Fees: $15.00.                                    In this introductory course, students learn to          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                         sign at a basic level. They will learn about the   EVENING:
                                                         culture of the deaf and about their community.     4325 950     6:00PM-8:50PM       W           THR1
     ACCT-215        Cost Accounting                     In class, they will focus on the basic vocabu-
                     (3 credits)                         lary for signing as well as on how to form basic
                                                         communication for the deaf.                        ANTH-120         Comparative World
     Principles involved in the determination of ma-
     terial, labor and overhead costs in job order
                                                         DAY:                                                                Cultures (3 credits)
                                                         2451 101    9:00AM-10:50AM     MW       ELB100B
     and process cost systems.                                                                              This course is a study of several non-western
                                                         3568 102    2:00PM-3:50PM      TTH       ELB108
         PRQ: ACCT-112                                                                                      European societies. Its emphasis is on the com-
                                                            Fees: $25.00.
     ONLINE:
                                                                                                            parison of the various facets of these societies;
                                                         EVENING:                                           their history, customs, economics, religions,
     1019 N090                                           4490 150    7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH       ELB209
        A basic understanding of and access to                                                              and values. Students will have the opportunity
                                                            Fees: $25.00.                                   to do individual research and thereby gain an
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability
        are required. After you have registered, go                                                         understanding and appreciation of a major cul-
        to the Distance Learning Homepage on             AMSL-102         Elementary American               ture other than their own.
        the HCC homepage and click on the link                                                                  PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                                          Sign Language II
        “Checklist for Registered Online Students”                                                          DAY:
        for important information about your                              (4 credits)                       4326 901     3:30PM-4:50PM       TTH        ELB116
        course. This course has a required on-           In AMSL-102, students review finger spelling
        campus orientation on Saturday, August           and core signs. They continue to commuicate
        23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,
        exact time and room TBA.
                                                         basic ideas, needs and reactions. More vo-
                                                         cabulary will be introduced as students increase
                                                                                                            ARABIC
        Fees: $30.00.                                    their conversational and receptive skills. Stu-
                                                         dents will learn more about deaf culture, soci-    ARAB-101         Elementary Arabic I
                                                         ety, and issues about the deaf.
     ACCT-217        Tax Accounting                                                                                          (4 credits)
                                                         DAY:
                     (3 credits)                         5750 101    12:00PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB219    In this introductory course, students learn to lis-
                                                            Fees: $25.00.                                   ten, speak, write, and read at a beginning level.
     Current tax laws governing recognition of items                                                        Students will become familiar with the Arabic
     of gross income, deductions, capital gains and                                                         script and sound system, develop a working vo-
     losses, credits, estimated tax, employment taxes    AMSL-201         Intermediate American             cabulary, learn rudimentary grammatical con-
     and the calculation of taxable income.                                                                 cepts, practice conversational dialogues, and
         PRQ: ACCT-112                                                    Sign Language I
                                                                                                            expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern cul-
     EVENING:                                                             (4 credits)                       tures. Day sections must enroll in an ARAB-101
     1020 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     T         ELB316    AMSL-201 expands on the skills of AMSL-101         lab. Evening sections have the lab included in
                                                         and AMSL-102 to further develop understanding      the class time.
     ACCT-219        Principles of Auditing              of the grammatical rules of American Sign Lau-     DAY:
                                                         guage. Students will develop rudimentary com-      4487 101     2:00PM-3:20PM       MW         ELB201
                     (3 credits)                         petency in expressive and receptive use of ASL,       Fees: $25.00.
     Understanding the philosophy and environment        as well as a greater understanding of deaf cul-    EVENING:
     of auditing.                                        ture.                                              2400 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH        ELB224
         PRQ: ACCT-112                                   DAY:                                                  Fees: $25.00.
     EVENING:                                            3569 101    12:30PM-2:20PM     TTH       ELB216
     5629 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH        ELB216       Fees: $25.00.
                                                         EVENING:
                                                                                                            ARAB-101L Elementary Arabic I Lab
                                                         4491 150    5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH       ELB208              (0 credits)
     ACCT-221        Advanced Accounting                    Fees: $25.00.                                   ARAB-101L students must also register for a
                     (3 credits)                                                                            ARAB-101 lecture class.
     Upon completion of this course, the student                                                            DAY:
     will be able to perform accounting for partner-                                                        4489 140     3:30PM-4:20PM       T          ELB224
     ships; governmental accounting; accounting for                                                         4488 141     3:30PM-4:20PM       TH         ELB224
     business combinations, consolidations, and
     branch operations; and accounting for foreign
     currency transactions.                                                                                 ARAB-102         Elementary Arabic II
         PRQ: ACCT-211 and ACCT-212                                                                                          (4 credits)
     EVENING:                                                                                               In ARAB-102 students review Arabic letters in
     1025 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     W         ELB216                                                       isolated/connected forms, begin creating simple


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sentences; learn gender, plurals, pronouns,
possession, geographic place names, and the           ARAB-907          Arabic Through the Media          ARTT-102        Three-Dimensional Basic
counting system through the introduction of                             (3 credits)                                       Design (3 credits)
meaningful vocabulary. Students will increase         Arabic 907 focuses on listening and speaking        A course designed to develop the student’s sen-
their proficiency in Arabic script and sound sys-     Arabic by using media. Students will listen to      sitivity to the visual world stressing three-di-
tem, widen their working vocabulary, learn key        live news reports as well as internet broadcast     mensional works of art.
grammatical points, practice conversation and         to improve listening skills. They will acquire      DAY:
expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern cul-         vocabulary based on world situations and be         1102 701    2:00PM-5:50PM       T         HVPA185
tures.                                                able to discuss these situations with each other.   1103 702    2:00PM-5:50PM       TH        HVPA185
DAY:                                                      PRQ: Arabic 201 or permission of instruc-          Fees: $20.00.
3571 101     11:00AM-12:50PM     MW         ELB201        tor.
   Fees: $25.00.                                      EVENING:
EVENING:                                              7134 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH       ELB205
                                                                                                          ARTT-103        Art Appreciation
5749 150     7:30PM-9:20PM       TTH        ELB224                                                                        (3 credits)
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                          The overall purpose of this course is to en-
                                                      ARCHITECTURAL/                                      courage an appreciation of Western Art. This
                                                                                                          is a highly visual course in which the student
ARAB-201         Intermediate Arabic I
                 (4 credits)
                                                      CONSTRUCTION MGT                                    will examine and discuss works of art from the
                                                                                                          prehistoric to the contemporary periods. The
In this intermediate level course, students con-                                                          student will be looking at and analyzing many
tinue to refine their Arabic writing skills, devel-   ARCM-101          Architectural Materials &         images in order to gain an understanding of
op the ability to read and understand                                   Methods I (3 credits)             their form and content. The student will be an-
sentence-level text, explore Arabic verb roots,       This course introduces the student to the basic     alyzing the formal structure of various works of
study additional tenses, practice dialogue exer-      materials and terminology used in construction.     art as well as considering them in the context
cises, increase their working vocabulary, and         Students will become familiar with the types of     of the historical period and cultural framework
learn more in-depth grammar. Students will            materials and supplies used in light construc-      in which they were produced. Recommended
continue to increase their proficiency in the         tion and their assembly into a completed con-       for non-art majors.
Arabic script and sound system, study more            struction project. Topics include site analysis,    DAY:
grammatical concepts, practice their reading,         site design, and structual components such as       6073 701    3:30PM-4:50PM       TTH       HVPA155
and expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern          concrete, masonry, steel, and wood frame ma-           Fees: $20.00.
cultures. Day students must register for an           terials.                                            ONLINE:
ARAB-201 lab. Evening and weekend sections                PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: CADD-100             2578 N990
have the lab included in the class time.                                                                     A basic understanding of and access to
                                                      EVENING:
DAY:                                                  8283 550     6:00PM-10:00PM     M          ST107       the Internet and WWW browsing capability
8130 101     12:30PM-1:50PM      TTH        ELB224                                                           are required. After you have registered, go
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                             to the Distance Learning Homepage on
EVENING:
5703 150     5:00PM-6:50PM       TTH        ELB203    ART                                                    the HCC homepage and click on the link
                                                                                                             “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                             for important information about your
WEEKEND:                                              Tuition waiver not available for                       course.
8131 160     11:00AM-2:50PM      S          ELB224    CustomClass option for art                             Fees: $30.00.
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                      classes unless otherwise noted.                     3856 J702 1:00PM-4:15PM         W           LCTBA
                                                                                                             Fees: $20.00.
ARAB-201L Intermediate Arabic I Lab                                                                          Tuition waiver available for CustomClass
                                                      ARTT-101          Two-Dimensional Basic
          (0 credits)                                                                                        option.
                                                                        Design (3 credits)
ARAB-201L students must also register for a
ARAB-201 lecture class.                               A course designed to develop the student’s
                                                      sensitivity to the visual world stressing two-di-
DAY:
                                                      mensional works of art.
8132 140     12:30PM-1:20PM      W          ELB225                                                                              KEY
                                                      DAY:
                                                      1100   701   9:00AM-12:50PM     M       HVPA225      COURSE #
ARAB-202         Intermediate Arabic II               2467   702   2:00PM-5:50PM      M       HVPA225
                                                      5726   703   9:00AM-12:50PM     T       HVPA225
                 (4 credits)                          1120   704   2:00PM-5:50PM      T       HVPA225      ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
In this second intermediate level course, stu-        1177   705   2:00PM-5:50PM      W       HVPA225      The study of impedance networks, network
dents will be exposed to more higher-level text       3609   706   9:00AM-12:50PM     F       HVPA225      theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
and develop a better comprehension of bilater-           Fees: $5.00.                                      plications of capacitors and inductors.
al and weak verb forms. Students will practice        EVENING:                                               PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
more conversational exchanges and greatly ex-         8241 750     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW      HVPA225      2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
pand their working vocabulary.                        1101 751     7:00PM-10:50PM     T       HVPA225      2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
                                                         Fees: $5.00.
EVENING:
8817 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       MW         ELB203    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               INDEX         TIME                    LOCATION
                                                      3855 J750 6:00PM-10:15PM        W         LCTBA       NO.
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                                                        DAY(S)
                                                         Fees: $5.00.                                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                           For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                          ONLINE:
     ARTT-104         Art History I (3 credits)           6023 N090 -                                        ARTT-112         Introduction to Digital
     An overview of Western art through the Middle           A basic understanding of and access to                           Media (3 credits)
     Ages.                                                   the Internet and WWW browsing capability        This course focuses upon the use of the com-
        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                 are required. After you have registered, go     puter as a creative tool for the visual arts.
     DAY:                                                    to the Distance Learning Homepage on            Working with various painting & drawing pro-
     1109 701     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH      HVPA155        the HCC homepage and click on the link          grams, such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe
        Fees: $20.00.                                        “Checklist for Registered Online Students”      Photoshop, students will learn how to create
     EVENING:
                                                             for important information about your            images by drawing and painting directly with
     2468 750     7:00PM-9:50PM      T        HVPA155        course.                                         the computer and by capturing, altering, and
        Fees: $20.00.                                        Fees: $30.00.                                   processing images using the many transforma-
                                                             Tuition waiver available for CustomClass        tion tools available in different software. In ad-
     ONLINE:
     6002 W630
                                                             option.                                         dition to exploring the possibilities and
        This online course incorporates the video                                                            limitations of digital media, students will ex-
        and print materials of a professionally           ARTT-108          Introduction to the Built        plore the philosophical and ethical issues that
        produced telecourse. Course videos are                                                               electronic image making presents.
        cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and                                Environment (3 credits)              PRQ: ARTT-101
        videostreamed from the HCC library                Students will be introduced to the conceptual,     DAY:
        homepage to individual student computers.         perceptual, behavioral, and technical aspects of   1142 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      M        HVPA215
        Tape rental is also an option. After you          environmental design, including methods of         1164 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     W        HVPA215
        have registered, go to the Distance               analysis, problem solving, and project imple-      1099 703     2:00PM-5:50PM      W        HVPA215
        Learning Homepage on the HCC                      mentation.                                            Fees: $50.00.
        homepage and click on the link “Checklist            Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass    EVENING:
        for Registered Online Students” for                  option.                                         1126 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     TH       HVPA215
        important information about your course.          DAY:                                                  Fees: $50.00.
        For students in the local area, there will        3343 701     2:00PM-5:50PM     F       HVPA225
        be an on-campus orientation on Monday,               Fees: $5.00.
        August 25, 2008, from 7:00- 9:00PM, room                                                             ARTT-115         Introduction to Interior
        TBA. For students who are not local, the                                                                              Design I - Residential
        orientation will be online. .                     ARTT-109          Drawing I (3 credits)
                                                                                                                              (3 credits)
        Fees: $45.00.                                     An introduction to basic theories, practices and
                                                          techniques of various drawing media.               This course is an overview of the principles
                                                                                                             and elements of Residential Interior Design.
                                                          DAY:
     ARTT-105         Art History II (3 credits)          1106   701   9:00AM-12:50PM    M       HVPA235
                                                                                                             The student will demonstrate an understanding
     An overview of art from the Renaissance              2470   702   2:00PM-5:50PM     M       HVPA235     of the basic skills used by professionals in the
     through Baroque, Neoclassic, Romantic and            1153   703   9:00AM-12:50PM    T       HVPA235     design of residential interiors. This interior de-
     Modern periods.                                      1104   704   2:00PM-3:50PM     TTH     HVPA235     sign course will emphasize the development of
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             5747   705   4:00PM-5:50PM     TTH     HVPA235     conceptual and technical skills as well as the
                                                          1178   706   9:00AM-12:50PM    W       HVPA235     creation of an artistic point of view on the part
     DAY:                                                 5748   707   9:00AM-12:50PM    TH      HVPA235     of the student.
     3869 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW       HVPA155     2469   708   9:00AM-12:50PM    F       HVPA235
        Fees: $20.00.                                     3612   709   2:00PM-5:50PM     F       HVPA235     EVENING:
        Tuition waiver available for CustomClass                                                             8820 750     6:00PM-9:50PM      TH       HVPA225
                                                             Fees: $10.00.
        option.                                                                                                 Fees: $20.00.
                                                          EVENING:                                              Tuition waiver available for CustomClass
                                                          1008 750     7:00PM-10:50PM    T       HVPA235
                                                                                                                option.
     ARTT-106         History of Western                     Fees: $10.00.
                                                          WEEKEND:
                      Architecture I (3 credits)          8244 760     9:00AM-12:50PM    S       HVPA235     ARTT-116         Introduction to Interior
     An examination of the development of Western            Fees: $10.00.                                                    Design II - Commercial
     architectural styles from the ancient world
     through the late Middle Ages. Architectural de-                                                                          (3 credits)
     sign and city planning are studied as respons-       ARTT-110          Drawing II (3 credits)           This course is an overview of the principles
     es to religious, political, economic, and cultural   A continuation of ARTT-109 which develops          and elements of commercial Interior Design.
     needs, as well as for an understanding of their      style in drawing through interpretation of the     The student will utilize the basic skills used in
     structural principles.                               environment and anatomy.                           the design of commercial spaces. This course
     DAY:                                                     PRQ: ARTT-109                                  will emphasize the development of conceptual
     8242 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH      HVPA155     DAY:                                               and technical skills as well as the creation of
        Fees: $20.00.                                     1108 701     9:00AM-12:50PM    M       HVPA245     an artistic point of view.
                                                          1997 702     9:00AM-12:50PM    TH      HVPA245         PRQ: ARTT-115
                                                             Fees: $10.00.                                   DAY:
                                                          EVENING:                                           8348 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      TH       HVPA225
                                                          1165 750     7:00PM-10:50PM    M       HVPA245        Tuition waiver available for CustomClass
                                                             Fees: $10.00.                                      option.




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ARTT-122         History of Modern Art               ARTT-140          Photography                       ARTT-146         Digital Photography I
                 (3 credits)                                           Appreciation (3 credits)                           (3 credits)
Like Arts, Cultures, and Ideas, this is an inter-    This art appreciation course includes the study     In this course students will gain a working
disciplinary, team-taught course that introduces     of photographs in a variety of genres such as       knowledge of digital image creation and pro-
art as a reflection of humanity-our diversity and    portraiture, landscape, photographic fictions,      duction. While revisiting traditional photograph-
our creative processes. The History of Modern        and more recent combinations of established         ic themes, such as portraiture, still life, the
Art will root the cultural achievements of the       forms. The course balances photography’s past       nude, the landscape, abstraction, montage, and
20th Century in their historical settings, show-     with its present, keeping in mind that the art of   the social document, students will learn the ba-
ing how the political, social, and economic          photography is constantly evolving.                 sics of scanning, selection tools, painting and
events of the period influenced artistic creation.   DAY:                                                editing tools, color correction, special effects,
This course is a survey of the most important        5758 701     9:00AM-11:50AM     TH      HVPA165     print options, and more. With an emphasis on
movements in Western Art from the late 19th             Fees: $20.00.                                    content as well as craft, students will learn to
Century to the early 21st Century. The impact           Tuition waiver available for CustomClass         design, retouch, and composite images for vi-
of Modernism on painting, sculpture, printmak-          option.                                          sual communication and self-expression. Basic
ing, and photography will be covered. The stu-                                                           computer literacy is highly recommended.
dent will learn the major artists and the                                                                    Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
influence that each art movement has on the          ARTT-141          Basic Photography                     option.
next generation of artists. This is an important                       (3 credits)                           PRQ: ARTT-101
course for those who want to understand con-                                                             DAY:
                                                     A course focusing on basic knowledge required
temporary art. It also meets the oral presenta-                                                          4346 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      F         HVPA215
                                                     to identify good photographic techniques and
tion requirement for graduation.                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                     equipment. Includes laboratory experience. Stu-
    Also listed as FINE-102-702 and 703.                                                                 EVENING:
                                                     dents must have access to adjustable camera.
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121                                                                  3014 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     W         HVPA215
                                                     Additional supplies will cost around $350. Most
DAY:                                                 of these supplies can be used in future Pho-           Fees: $50.00.
8245 702     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH      HVPA155     tography classes. Chemicals and lab facilities
5751 703     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH      HVPA155
                                                     are supplied. BRING CAMERAS TO THE FIRST            ARTT-148         Digital Imaging, Raster
   Fees: $20.00.
                                                     CLASS. If students do not own a camera, in-
   Tuition waiver available for CustomClass                                                                               Program I (3 credits)
                                                     formation will be provided to assist them in
   option.
                                                     purchasing one.                                     Using Photoshop, the current industry standard
                                                     DAY:                                                program, students will attain a comprehensive
ARTT-130         Introduction to Video I             1130 701     12:30PM-5:00PM     M       HVPA165     knowledge of digital image creation and pro-
                                                        Fees: $50.00.                                    duction. Using a raster-based graphic image
                 (3 credits)
                                                     EVENING:                                            production and editing software program, the
This course will include the basic skills of         1112 750     6:00PM-10:30PM     T       HVPA165     student will gain a working knowledge of paint-
video: direction, camera techniques, lighting           Fees: $50.00.                                    ing and editing tools, selection techniques,
and sound techniques, and editing techniques.                                                            color correction, special effects, scanning, pre-
The emphasis will be on producing short video                                                            press preparation and print options, digital pho-
segments using television field production tech-     ARTT-142          Intermediate Photography          tography techniques and more. With an
niques and design principles.                                          (3 credits)                       emphasis on technical skill as well as craft, stu-
    Also listed as MASS-130                                                                              dents will learn to design, retouch, and com-
                                                     An offering concentrating on creative photo-
DAY:                                                                                                     posite     images      for    effective    visual
                                                     graphic expression and communication. In-
1137 701     1:00PM-4:50PM      TH           M014                                                        communication and self-expression. Basic com-
1175 702     1:00PM-4:50PM      F            M014    cludes laboratory experience. Students must
                                                                                                         puter literacy is required.
5763 703     9:00AM-12:50PM     M            M014    have access to adjustable camera.
                                                                                                             PRQ: ARTT-112
   Fees: $50.00.                                         PRQ: ARTT-141
                                                                                                         DAY:
                                                     EVENING:
                                                                                                         1155 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      T         HVPA215
                                                     1116 750     6:00PM-10:30PM     M       HVPA165
ARTT-131         Introduction to Video II                                                                   Fees: $50.00.
                                                        Fees: $50.00.
                 (3 credits)
This course will include the intermediate skills     ARTT-143          History of Photography                                   KEY
of video: producing, directing, camera tech-                                                              COURSE #
niques, lighting and sound techniques, and ed-                         (3 credits)
iting techniques. The emphasis will be on            This course is a study of photography as a fine
producing television shows using field and stu-      art form from its beginnings to contemporary         ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
dio production techniques and design princi-         times. Individual photographers’ work will be        The study of impedance networks, network
ples.                                                studied in some depth. Genre considerations          theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
    Also listed as MASS-131                          such as portraiture, documentation, landscape,       plications of capacitors and inductors.
    PRQ: ARTT-130 or MASS-130                        and the nude will be discussed. Emphasis will          PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                     be placed on the aesthetic qualities of the pho-     2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
DAY:                                                                                                      2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
1174 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     F            M014    tographs. Parallels will be drawn to painting
   Fees: $50.00.                                     and sculpture and to more recent photographs.
                                                                                                          INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                     DAY:                                                  NO.
                                                     1121 701     9:00AM-11:50AM     M       HVPA165                                   DAY(S)
                                                        Fees: $20.00.                                     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                        Tuition waiver available for CustomClass          For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.
                                                        option.

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                                                         kiln technology. Starting with basic forms such
     ARTT-149        Digital Imaging, Raster             as cylinders and bowls, this course will focus      ARTT-172          Art Gallery Practicum II
                     Program II (3 credits)              on the student’s aesthetic and technical devel-                       (1 credit)
     This course is an in-depth exploration of the       opment in the creation of larger and more           Students will learn exhibit design, lighting, and
     concepts and techniques introduced in ARTT-         complex wheel-thrown functional pieces. Varia-      promotion while working in a gallery setting.
     148. Students will further their mastery of digi-   tions of attachment, such as lids, spouts, han-     Working with the gallery director, students will
     tal image creation with Photoshop. Students will    dles and footing devices will be covered.           help install the exhibits and design the infor-
     create and design images that take advantage        Students will conduct clay and glaze-making         mational materials. Proper handling, exhibit phi-
     of the unique power of the emerging digital         tests and carry out different firing range exper-   losophy, press releases, and gallery
     technology medium.                                  iments. Students will also continue to explore      management will be covered in this course for
          PRQ: ARTT-148                                  various decoration methods that compliment          those interested in arts administration, gallery
                                                         the new forms.                                      management, or museum studies. Students may
     DAY:
     1154 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      T       HVPA215
                                                             PRQ: ARTT-153                                   take this course up to three times for credit by
        Fees: $50.00.                                    DAY:                                                registering for the class in numerical sequence
                                                         3345 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     W       HVPA175     starting with ARTT-171.
                                                         8250 703     2:00PM-5:50PM      W       HVPA175
                                                                                                             DAY:
     ARTT-151        Ceramics I (3 credits)                 Fees: $35.00.                                    3021 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T       HVPA175
     A course leading the student through a pro-                                                                Fees: $5.00.
     gression of experiences that will result in an      ARTT-158          Digital Imaging, Vector
     ability to create handbuilt forms.
                                                                           Program (3 credits)               ARTT-173          Art Gallery Practicum III
     DAY:
     1118 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH      HVPA175     Using an industry standard vector based pro-                          (1 credit)
        Fees: $35.00.                                    gram, students will focus on the use of the         Students will learn exhibit design, lighting, and
     EVENING:
                                                         computer as a creative tool for visual commu-       promotion while working in a gallery setting.
     1114 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     TH      HVPA175     nication. Using this vector-based graphic image     Working with the gallery director, students will
        Fees: $35.00.                                    production and editing software program, the        help install the exhibits and design the infor-
                                                         student will gain a working knowledge of image      mational materials. Proper handling, exhibit phi-
                                                         design, creation and transformation, color se-      losophy, press releases, and gallery
     ARTT-152        Ceramics II (3 credits)             lection, special effects, prepress preparation,     management will be covered in this course for
     A continuation of experiences that will result in   print options and more. With an emphasis on         those interested in arts administration, gallery
     the mastery of handbuilt forms. Interested stu-     the commercial application of technical skill       management, or museum studies. Students may
     dents will also have an opportunity to explore      and craft, students will learn to design and        take this course up to three times for credit by
     the potter’s wheel.                                 composite images for effective visual communi-      registering for the class in numerical sequence
         PRQ: ARTT-151                                   cation and artistic self-expression. In addition    starting with ARTT-171.
                                                         to exploring the possibilities and limitations of
     DAY:                                                                                                    DAY:
     1119 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH      HVPA175
                                                         digital media, students will also explore the
                                                                                                             3022 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T       HVPA175
     8248 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     W       HVPA175     legal and ethical issues that digital image cre-
                                                                                                                Fees: $5.00.
     1113 703     2:00PM-5:50PM      W       HVPA175     ation presents. Basic computer literacy is re-
        Fees: $35.00.                                    quired.
     EVENING:
                                                             PRQ: ARTT-112                                   ARTT-200          Graphic Design
     1115 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     TH      HVPA175     EVENING:                                                              (3 credits)
        Fees: $35.00.                                    5759 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     T       HVPA215
                                                            Fees: $50.00.                                    Fundamental principles of commercial art and
                                                                                                             advertising design will be addressed. The stu-
     ARTT-153        Wheel Throwing I                                                                        dent will develop the basic skills necessary to
                     (3 credits)                         ARTT-171          Art Gallery Practicum I           work with specific media. A significant portion
                                                                           (1 credit)                        of the course is taught on the computer.
     The student will learn the properties of clay,                                                              PRQ: ARTT-148 or ARTT-158
     clay preparation, wheel throwing techniques,        Students will learn exhibit design, lighting, and
                                                         promotion while working in a gallery setting.       DAY:
     glazing techniques, and kiln technology. The                                                            1161 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      TH      HVPA215
     course emphasis is centering clay and throwing      Working with the gallery director, students will
                                                                                                                Fees: $50.00.
     bowls and cylindrical forms. Complex forms          help install the exhibits and design the infor-
     will be constructed by combining multiple sim-      mational materials. Proper handling, exhibit phi-
     ple forms. The finished pieces will be fired and    losophy, press releases, and gallery                ARTT-201          Advanced Color Design
     glazed.                                             management will be covered in this course for
                                                         those interested in arts administration, gallery
                                                                                                                               (3 credits)
         PRQ: ARTT-151
                                                         management, or museum studies. Students may         A course on color perception, composition,
     DAY:
                                                         take this course up to three times for credit by    and expression. The properties of color and
     3344 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     W       HVPA175
     8249 703     2:00PM-5:50PM      W       HVPA175     registering for the class in numerical sequence     color harmony will be covered. This is a good
        Fees: $35.00.                                    starting with ARTT-171.                             preparatory course for painting and graphic de-
                                                         DAY:                                                sign.
                                                         3020 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T       HVPA175         PRQ: ARTT-101
     ARTT-154        Wheel Throwing II                      Fees: $5.00.                                     DAY:
                     (3 credits)                                                                             1171 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH      HVPA225
                                                                                                                Fees: $20.00.
     This studio ceramics course is a continuation
     of Wheel Throwing I and reviews basic infor-
     mation about clay, wheel throwing, glazes and


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ARTT-211 Painting I (3 credits)                      ARTT-221          Art Museum Field Trips             ARTT-227         Watercolor Painting I
A course using oil painting to develop the stu-                        (1 credit)                                          (3 credits)
dent’s comprehension of basic elements of            An offering providing the student exposure to        A course in the handling and control of media
painting and spatial elements.                       art through organized field trips and tours to art   by applying the wet and dry brush techniques.
   PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-109                        museums. Evaluation will be on the basis of             PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-109
DAY:                                                 participation and a written summary of experi-       DAY:
1128 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      W        HVPA245     ences. Includes eight local trips. Information       3024 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       F          HVPA245
   Fees: $5.00.                                      pertaining to all scheduled trips will be given         Fees: $20.00.
EVENING:                                             the first day of classes. No trip will be sched-
1149 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     W        HVPA245     uled for the first day, unless notified. Instead
   Fees: $5.00.                                      there will be a one hour orientation.                ARTT-228         Watercolor Painting II
                                                          Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass                     (3 credits)
                                                          option.
ARTT-212          Painting II (3 credits)                                                                 This course is for students with previous wa-
                                                     DAY:                                                 tercolor experience. Fundamental techniques
The student will continue the study of oil paint-    1134   701   9:00AM-5:00PM      W        HVPA130     like washes, drybrush, controlled strokes, and
ing techniques and development of concepts,          1135   702   9:00AM-5:00PM      TH       HVPA130
                                                                                                          wet-into-wet applications will be reviewed. This
theories and styles of painting.                     1136   703   9:30AM-5:00PM      F           TBA
                                                     1152   704   8:30AM-5:00PM      F           TBA      course will introduce pigment properties, large-
    PRQ: ARTT-211
                                                        Fees: $135.00.                                    scale composition, advanced color design, and
DAY:                                                                                                      the development of a more personal approach.
1129 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      W        HVPA245
                                                                                                          In addition, there will be more emphasis on the
   Fees: $5.00.                                      ARTT-223          Motion Graphics                    representational conventions of form and
EVENING:                                                                                                  space, covered with a variety of subject matter
1147 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     W        HVPA245                       (3 credits)
                                                                                                          including still life, landscape, interiors, and fig-
   Fees: $5.00.                                      This course will include basic skills in motion      ures.
                                                     graphics: color, form, typography, design and            PRQ: ARTT-210 or ARTT-227
                                                     movement of design elements. Students will uti-
ARTT-213          Portraiture I (3 credits)          lize software such as Adobe Photoshop and            DAY:
                                                                                                          3025 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       F          HVPA245
This course will include the basic skills of por-    After Effects to create compositions.                   Fees: $20.00.
trait drawing: proportion, line, form, and the           Also listed as MASS-223
anatomy of the head and neck. The emphasis               PRQ: ARTT-112
will be on anatomical knowledge, observation,        DAY:                                                 ARTT-231         Sculpture I (3 credits)
and the use of traditional design principles.        5770 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      M         M/N106     An introduction to the basic elements, materi-
     PRQ: ARTT-110                                      Fees: $50.00.                                     als and techniques of sculpting processes.
EVENING:                                                                                                      PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-102
1145 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     T        HVPA245
   Fees: $30.00.                                     ARTT-225          Life Drawing I (3 credits)         DAY:
                                                                                                          3614 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       T          HVPA245
                                                     In this course, students learn the descriptive          Fees: $30.00.
                                                     and expressive drawing of the human body by
ARTT-214          Portraiture II (3 credits)         working from live models and studying human
This course is a continuation of ARTT-213. The       anatomy. Students consider proportions, the          ARTT-232         Sculpture II (3 credits)
student moves on to color work and portrait          skeletal and muscular systems, surface anato-        A continuation of elements, materials and tech-
painting, using the combined knowledge of            my, foreshortening, drapery, and the expressive      niques of sculpture including individual experi-
anatomy, drawing, color theory, and painting         use of lighting. Traditional and contemporary        mentation and expression of the sculpturing
techniques.                                          approaches to the presentation of the human          process.
    PRQ: ARTT-211 and ARTT-213                       figure are explored.                                    PRQ: ARTT-231
EVENING:                                                 PRQ: ARTT-110
                                                                                                          DAY:
1197 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     T        HVPA245     DAY:                                                 8815 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       T          HVPA245
   Fees: $30.00.                                     1196 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      M        HVPA245
                                                                                                             Fees: $30.00.
                                                        Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                                  KEY
ARTT-215          Pastel Drawing
                                                     ARTT-226          Life Drawing II (3 credits)         COURSE #
                  (3 credits)
The student will use pastels as a color medium       This course is a continuation of ARTT-225, Life
                                                     Drawing I. The student will continue to work          ELEC 112         AC Circuits (3 credits)
in drawing. Fundamental drawing skills will be
combined with color mixing and color design          from the live model and develop the perceptu-         The study of impedance networks, network
to explore traditional and contemporary ap-          al skills necessary to life drawing. Advanced         theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
proaches to pastel. The variety of subject mat-      projects related to the study of anatomy and          plications of capacitors and inductors.
ter will include still life, interiors, landscape,   traditional drawing conventions will be re-             PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                     quired.                                               2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh         L123
portrait, and figures. Students will explore the
                                                         PRQ: ARTT-225                                     2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh         L123
influences of other artists and styles as they de-
velop their own individual expression.               DAY:
                                                     1189 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      M        HVPA245      INDEX           TIME                    LOCATION
    PRQ: ARTT-110                                                                                           NO.
                                                        Fees: $30.00.                                                                     DAY(S)
DAY:
3613 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T        HVPA245                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                           For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                           deficiencies, and omissions will be noted. In
     ARTT-241         Advanced Black and                   working sessions during the course of the se-         ARTT-270        Multimedia Authoring &
                      White Photography                    mester, those deficiencies and omissions will                         Design I (3 credits)
                      (3 credits)                          be corrected. Students will learn how to pre-         This course will include the basic skills in au-
                                                           pare work for the transfer portfolio review. They     thoring for CD-ROM: conceptualize, storyboard
     This course will continue to focus on skills de-      will review sample portfolios and learn about
     veloped in Intermediate Photography using the                                                               and design for multimedia projects. Students
                                                           the transfer review process from admissions of-       will work with software such as Macromedia Di-
     camera as a means of creative self-expression         ficers, alumni, and art instructors. At the end of
     and communication. The student will master                                                                  rector.
                                                           the course, students will have an exit portfolio          Also listed as MASS-270
     the design and composition elements that are          review where they will have a final assessment
     an intrinsic aspect of photography, and will                                                                    PRQ: ARTT-112
                                                           of their preparedness for the transfer process.
     learn to work independently in developing his                                                               DAY:
                                                           EVENING:                                              4648 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T         M/N106
     or her photographic sense of sign. Extensive
                                                           5760 750     6:00PM-7:20PM       M        HVPA225        Fees: $50.00.
     lab work will be required with emphasis on ex-
                                                              Email Jim Adkins (JAdkins@howardcc.edu)
     perimental darkroom techniques, and mastery
                                                              for waivers.
     of darkroom skills.
                                                              Fees: $10.00.                                      ARTT-271        Multimedia Authoring &
         PRQ: ARTT-141 and ARTT-142
     EVENING:
                                                                                                                                 Design II (3 credits)
     6077 750     6:00PM-10:30PM      W        HVPA165     ARTT-252          Painting III (3 credits)            This course will include the more advanced
        Fees: $50.00.                                      This course is designed to further challenge the      skills in authoring for CD-ROM: conceptualize,
                                                           student who has completed Painting II. Each           storyboard and design for multimedia projects.
                                                           semester there will be a specific focus, such as,     Students will work with software such as Macro-
     ARTT-244         Introduction to Color                                                                      media Diretor.
                                                           Landscape, Still Life, The Portrait, etc. There
                      Photography (3 credits)              will be an emphasis on the student finding and            Also listed as MASS-271
     Using color transparency and negative materi-         developing their own style in responding to               PRQ: ARTT-270 or MASS-270
     als, the student will gain knowledge of the           each specific focus.                                  DAY:
     basic principles of color photography. Students           PRQ: ARTT-212                                     3331 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T         M/N106
     will examine theory, techniques and the aes-                                                                   Fees: $50.00.
                                                           DAY:
     thetics of color photography. Assignments will        3346 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       W        HVPA245
     incorporate a variety of color fills and print ma-       Fees: $30.00.                                      ARTT-280        Web Design and
     terials and various systems of processing.            EVENING:
         PRQ: ARTT-141 and ARTT-142                        3347 750     7:00PM-10:50PM      W        HVPA245
                                                                                                                                 Production I (3 credits)
     EVENING:                                                 Fees: $30.00.                                      This course will include the basic skills in au-
     1159 750     6:00PM-10:30PM      TH       HVPA165                                                           thoring for the web: conceptualization, design,
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                            and implementation. Emphasis is on design
                                                           ARTT-260          Designing for Interactive           principles, user friendly interactive design, and
     ARTT-247         Photojournalism I                                      Environments (3 credits)            incorporating multimedia components.
                                                                                                                     Also listed as MASS-280
                                                           This course will include the skills of design
                      (3 credits)                          principles for interactive environments: applica-
                                                                                                                     PRQ: ARTT-112
     This course will teach the fundamental princi-        tions, architecture, hypertext, navigation, usabil-   DAY:
     ples of photojournalism covering the history of       ity, content and authoring. The emphasis will         4455 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH        M/N106
     photojournalism, freedom of the press, ethics in      be on the elements of design.
     journalism and the power of the image in so-                                                                   Fees: $50.00.
                                                                Also listed as MASS-260
     ciety. Practical applications involving the various        PRQ: CMSY-129
     types of journalistic photography will be cov-        DAY:                                                  ARTT-281        Web Design and
     ered. Technical and aesthetic concerns will           1182 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      W         M/N106
     also be addressed. Students must have a 35mm                                                                                Production II (3 credits)
                                                              Fees: $50.00.
     fully adjustable SLR camera.                                                                                This course will include the complex skills in
          PRQ: ARTT-142 or ARTT-146                                                                              authoring for the web using software such as
     EVENING:                                              ARTT-261          Digital Video (3 credits)           Dreamweaver and Flash. Emphasis is on design
     8326 750     7:00PM-10:50PM      M        HVPA215     This course will include production skills in ac-     principles, user friendly interactive design, and
        Fees: $50.00.                                      quiring audio and video for new media distri-         incorporating multimedia components.
                                                           bution: direction, camera techniques, lighting            Also listed as MASS-281
                                                           and sound techniques, and editing techniques              PRQ: ARTT-280 or MASS-280
     ARTT-250         Portfolio Assessment                 as well as codecs and compression techniques.         DAY:
                      (1 credit)                           The emphasis will be on video production and          3330 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH        M/N106
     This course is designed to prepare advanced vi-       distribution for new media.                              Fees: $50.00.
     sual arts students for the portfolio review               Also listed as MASS-261
     process at transfer institutions. It should be            PRQ: CMSY-129
     taken during the art student’s last semester at       DAY:
     Howard Community College and is preparing             1184 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       W            M014
     for transfer and/or graduation. Acceptance and           Fees: $50.00.
     placement into programs of advanced study are
     most frequently based upon a review of a port-
     folio of the student’s work. Each student’s port-
     folio will be reviewed, and strengths,


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ARTT-912          Collage (3 credits)               ASTR-114          Elementary Astronomy               BIOLOGY
This course explores the use of paper as a fine                       Lab (1 credit)
art medium as it affects composition develop-
ment and design. Color, color with texture, and
                                                    In this course the student will acquire elemen-      BIOL-101        General Biology I
                                                    tary observational, measurement, and experi-
color with line as inherent properties of paper’s   mental experiences in astronomy. The student
                                                                                                                         (4 credits)
use will be examined and applied to the study       will utilize the metric system to measure given      Study of living things from the atom through the
and contruction of collages of varying com-         objects, make a simple telescope, plot the           molecular, cellular and organismal levels.
plexity. Additionally, the various techniques of    moon’s orbit, identify spectral lines, use a mi-        BIOL-101 day students must also reg-
25 internationally known artists whose works        crocomputer for simulations and CAI, make               ister for a day BIOL-101 lab.
span 60 years of collage development during         and record observations of the sunset location          PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086
the 20th century will be presented and com-         and moon’s phases for several weeks. Experi-         DAY:
pared.                                              ments will be performed to demonstrate scien-        5835   501   8:00AM-8:52AM      MWF           N236
DAY:                                                tific concepts used in astronomy. At least one       1200   502   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF           N236
4443 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH      HVPA185     night time observation is required.                  1205   503   10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF          ST030
   Fees: $5.00.                                                                                          1206   504   11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF          ST030
                                                         If you have completed ASTR-104 or an
                                                                                                         1237   505   12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF           N236
                                                         equivalent course in a previous semester,       1209   506   1:00PM-1:52PM      MWF           N236
                                                         please call the Science/Technology chair-
ARTT-919          Figure Sculpture                                                                       1252   507   2:00PM-2:52PM      MWF           N236
                                                         person or the Admissions Office for a           4401   508   8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH           N236
                  (3 credits)                            course waiver.                                  1201   509   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH          ST035
An introduction to figure sculpture that includes        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070; Pre- or    1214   510   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        ELB100A
working in clay on a wire armature and the               Co-requisite: ASTR-104.                         2189   511   12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH        ELB100A
                                                                                                         1213   512   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH           N236
study of human anatomy.                             ONLINE:                                              8184   513   3:00PM-3:52PM      MWF           N236
DAY:                                                7244 N590
                                                                                                            Fees: $43.00.
8818 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      T       HVPA245        A basic understanding of and access to
                                                       the Internet and WWW browsing capability          EVENING:
   Fees: $30.00.
                                                       are required. After you have registered, go          NOTE: Evening students do not need
                                                       to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 to register for a lab section.
                                                                                                         1222   550   7:30PM-10:20PM     T            ST035
ASTRONOMY                                              the HCC homepage and click on the link
                                                       “ Check list for Registered Online                1225   551
                                                                                                                      7:30PM-10:30PM
                                                                                                                      7:30PM-10:20PM
                                                                                                                                         M
                                                                                                                                         T
                                                                                                                                                      ST222
                                                                                                                                                      ST035
                                                       Students” for important information about                      7:30PM-10:30PM     TH           ST222
ASTR-104          Elementary Astronomy                 your course. This course has a required              Fees: $43.00.
                                                       on-campus orientation on Saturday, August
                  (3 credits)                          23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,
                                                                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                                                                         4591 J501 10:00AM-12:50PM       T            LCTBA
Topics include historical astronomy, tools,            exact time and room TBA.                                     10:00AM-1:00PM       TH           LCTBA
naked-eye observations, stars, sun, planets,           Fees: $10.00.                                     3150 J550 6:30PM-9:20PM         TH           LCTBA
galactic systems, space program and life                                                                            6:30PM-9:30PM        T            LCTBA
throughout the universe. Students may take 3                                                             2047 J502 10:00AM-12:50PM       T            LCTBA
credits of astronomy; however, LAB is needed
for transfer of laboratory science elective.        BIOINFORMATICS                                                  9:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                                                            Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                                                         F            LCTBA

    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.
ONLINE:                                             BFMT-200          Bioinformatics (3 credits)
4041 N590
                                                    Bioinformatics is the science of storing, ex-
   A basic understanding of and access to           tracting, organizing, analyzing, interpreting, and
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability         utilizing biological information. This course pro-
   are required. After you have registered, go      vides an introduction to bioinformatics, the
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on             combined field of biology and informatics (in-
   the HCC homepage and click on the link           formation science and technology). This course
   “Checklist for Registered Online Students”       integrates biological concepts with computer
   for important information about your             and database methods to study biological sys-
   course. This course has a required on-           tems. The Associate in Arts Informatics Degree                              KEY
   campus orientation on Saturday, August           program prepares students for undergraduate           COURSE #
   25, 2007, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,           schools or a career in the fast-paced pharma-
   exact time and room TBA.                         ceutical or biotechnology industries.                 ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
   Fees: $30.00.                                         PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: BIOL-101.
TELECOURSE:                                                                                               The study of impedance networks, network
                                                    EVENING:
6074 T630 7:00PM-9:00PM         F         ELB117                                                          theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                    3201 050     5:30PM-9:20PM      T         ELBTBA
   TELECOURSE (Astronomy Observations                                                                     plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                       Fees: $50.00.
   and Theories) Air dates distributed at                                                                   PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   MANDATORY ORIENTATION FRI, AUG.                                                                        2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   29. Additional classes Fri, Sept 26; Oct 24;                                                           2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Nov 7, Dec 5. TV lessons begin airing
   before the first class meeting. Call 410-772-                                                          INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                           NO.
   4440 for schedule.                                                                                                                   DAY(S)
   Fees: $45.00.                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                                                                                BIOL-107 day students must also reg-
     BIOL-101L       General Biology I Lab               BIOL-104         Oceanography (3 credits)              ister for a day BIOL-107 lab.
                     (0 credits)                         This course focuses on the marine environment          PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086
        BIOL-101L day students must also                 as a unique feature of the planet Earth. The        DAY:
        register for a day BIOL-101 lecture.             course deals with the effect of oceans on           1260   501   11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF         A117
                                                         weather, contributions to the physical and his-     1545   502   8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH         A118
     DAY:
                                                         torical development of man, and the impact of       5837   503   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH         N236
     8240   522   8:00AM-11:00AM     M          ST050                                                        1261   504   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         N236
     1284   523   8:00AM-11:00AM     M          ST060    pollutants on marine resources.
     1288   524   11:00AM-2:00PM     M          ST050    ONLINE:
                                                                                                                Fees: $43.00.
     1258   525   11:00AM-2:00PM     M          ST060    6049 W630                                           EVENING:
     1215   526   2:00PM-5:00PM      M          ST050       This online course incorporates the video           Note: Evening students do not need
     4402   527   2:00PM-5:00PM      M          ST060       and print materials of a professionally             to register for a lab section.
     2190   528   8:00AM-11:00AM     T          ST050       produced telecourse. Course videos are           1262   550   7:30PM-10:20PM     M           A117
     1241   529   8:00AM-11:00AM     T          ST060                                                                     7:30PM-10:30PM     W          ST207
                                                            cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
     1203   530   11:00AM-2:00PM     T          ST050                                                        1263   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     M           A117
     5836   531   11:00AM-2:00PM     T          ST060       videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                                                                                          7:30PM-10:30PM     T          ST207
     1229   532   2:00PM-5:00PM      T          ST050       homepage to individual student computers.        1299   552   7:30PM-10:20PM     T           A117
     1259   533   2:00PM-5:00PM      T          ST060       Tape rental is also an option. After you                      7:30PM-10:30PM     TH         ST207
     2191   534   8:00AM-11:00AM     W          ST050       have registered, go to the Distance              1253   553   7:30PM-10:20PM     T           A117
     1204   535   8:00AM-11:00AM     W          ST060       Learning Homepage on the HCC                                  7:30PM-10:30PM     M          ST207
     1231   536   11:00AM-2:00PM     W          ST050       homepage and click on the link “Checklist        2518   554   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH          A118
     1230   537   11:00AM-2:00PM     W          ST060       for Registered Online Students” for                           7:30PM-10:30PM     F          ST207
     1238   538   2:00PM-5:00PM      W          ST050                                                        5838   555   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH          A118
                                                            important information about your course.
     1208   539   2:00PM-5:00PM      W          ST060                                                                     9:00AM-12:00PM     S          ST207
                                                         6076   W631 -
     1207   540   8:00AM-11:00AM     TH         ST050                                                           Fees: $43.00.
     8243   541   8:00AM-11:00AM     TH         ST060       This online course incorporates the video
     1221   542   11:00AM-2:00PM     TH         ST050       and print materials of a professionally
     4403   543   11:00AM-2:00PM     TH         ST060       produced telecourse. Course videos are           BIOL-107L       Fundamentals of
     1280   544   2:00PM-5:00PM      TH         ST050       cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
     1202   545   2:00PM-5:00PM      TH         ST060       videostreamed from the HCC library                               Microbiology Laboratory
     1219   546   8:00AM-11:00AM     F          ST050       homepage to individual student computers.                        (0 credits)
     8246   547   8:00AM-11:00AM     F          ST060       Tape rental is also available. After you
     1233   548   11:00AM-2:00PM     F          ST050                                                           BIOL-107L day students must also
                                                            have registered, go to the Distance                 register for a day BIOL-107 lecture.
     1250   549   11:00AM-2:00PM     F          ST060
                                                            Learning Homepage on the HCC
                                                                                                             DAY:
                                                            homepage and click on the link “Checklist
                                                                                                             1254   540   8:00AM-11:00AM     M          ST207
     BIOL-101H       Introduction to Biology                for Registered Online Students” for              5840   541   11:00AM-2:00PM     T          ST207
                                                            important information about your course.
                     Seminar - HONORS                                                                        1255   542   2:00PM-5:00PM      T          ST207
                                                            This course has a required on-campus             4406   543   8:00AM-11:00AM     W          ST207
     Students will present and discuss current sci-         orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,        5839   544   11:00AM-2:00PM     TH         ST207
     ence journal articles that relate to Biology 101       between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time          1248   545   2:00PM-5:00PM      TH         ST207
     content. Topics will include biotechnology, ge-        and room TBA.                                    1257   546   8:00AM-11:00AM     F          ST207
     netics, cell biology, and medical research. This       Fees: $45.00.                                    4407   547   2:00PM-5:00PM      F          ST207
     seminar begins September 17th.                                                                          3153   548   11:00AM-2:00PM     F          ST207
                  3:00PM-4:00PM      W            TBA
                                                         BIOL-105         Environmental Science
                                                                                                             BIOL-115        Environmental Science
     BIOL-102        General Biology II                                   (3 credits)
                                                                                                                             Laboratory (1 credit)
                     (4 credits)                         Following the successful completion of Biology
                                                         105, the student will be able to describe the en-   In BY 115, students will investigate the interac-
     Understanding the evolutionary and environ-         ergy, chemistry and climate that make up the        tions among populations and their environment
     mental relationships that exist between all or-     earth and its atmosphere. The student will be       using field techniques for analyzing water qual-
     ganisms.                                            able to differentiate among the various biomes      ity, soil formation and erosion, stream ecology,
        PRQ: BIOL-101                                    on earth and recognize the diversity of organ-      species diversity, intra- and interspecific com-
     EVENING:                                            isms living in these ecosystems.                    petition, and estimation of population size. Stu-
     1251 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     T           N103        PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086                       dents will experience first hand environmental
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     TH         ST106                                                        management problems on field trips to a waste
                                                         DAY:                                                water management site, a solid waste manage-
        Fees: $43.00.                                    1285 501     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH         A118
                                                                                                             ment site, and a recycling site. Several Saturday
                                                                                                             morning field trips will be required.
     BIOL-103        Human Heredity                      BIOL-107         Fundamentals of                         If you have completed BIOL-105 or an
                     (3 credits)                                          Microbiology (4 credits)                equivalent course in a previous semester,
     Human Heredity is an introductory life science                                                               please call the Science/Technology chair-
                                                         This one semester course is designed mainly              person or the Admissions Office for a
     course designed for students who are not ma-        for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-          course waiver.
     joring in the life sciences. Topics in the course   dents. This course will investigate the charac-          PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: BIOL-105.
     include the basic principles of inheritance, a      teristics of living things from the molecular to    DAY:
     survey of human hereditary characteristics and      the cellular level for both prokaryotic and eu-     1281 501     2:00PM-5:00PM      T          ST106
     disorders, and genetic technology and gene          karyotic cells. The study of microbiology will         Fees: $43.00.
     manipulation.                                       enable the student to understand the biology of
     DAY:                                                bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses in terms of
     4016 501     8:00AM-8:52AM      MWF        ST030    the transmission of disease.


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BIOL-200        Microbiology (4 credits)          BIOL-203L         Anatomy and Physiology            BIOL-204H        Anatomy and Physiology
Study of bacteria, algae, fungi, protozoa and                       I Laboratory (0 credits)                           Seminar - HONORS
viruses in terms of morphology, classification,      BIOL-203L day students must also                 Challenging clinical case studies related to the
reproduction, metabolism, genetics, population       register for a day BIOL-203 lecture.             BIOL 204 lecture and laboratory will be pre-
growth and environmental effects on growth                                                            sented and discussed by students. Students
                                                  DAY:
and disease.                                                                                          may select their own case study for their pres-
                                                  1268   540   2:00PM-5:00PM      M          ST208
    PRQ: BIOL-101 and 4 credits of chemistry.     8255   541   8:00AM-11:00AM     T          ST208    entation, or may select from several cases that
DAY:                                              1269   542   2:00PM-5:00PM      T          ST208    are available from the instructor. This seminar
1211 501     9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF        A118    1027   543   8:00AM-11:00AM     TH         ST208    begins September 18th.
             2:00PM-5:00PM     M         ST207    1270   544   2:00PM-5:00PM      TH         ST208                 11:00AM-2:00PM      TH           ST245
1026   502   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF        A118    4676   545   2:00PM-5:00PM      F          ST208
             2:00PM-5:00PM     W         ST207
   Fees: $43.00.                                                                                      BIOL-205         Cell Biology (4 credits)
                                                  BIOL-203H         Anatomy and Physiology
                                                                                                      This is a one-semester course designed for sci-
                                                                    Seminar - HONORS                  ence majors, pre-professional and pre-allied
BIOL-203        Anatomy and Physiology
                                                  Students will research, through reading and         health science students. The course will pro-
                I (4 credits)                     field studies, an area of interest. Topics will     vide the student with an understanding of bio-
Topics include histology, integumentary, skele-   focus on the body systems studied in BIOL-203       logical processes at the cellular and molecular
tal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, and    lecture and lab. Research results will be pre-      level.
special senses. For nursing students and those    sented in a seminar setting. This seminar be-           PRQ: BIOL-101 and CHEM-101.
desiring two semesters of A&P only.               gins September 15th.                                DAY:
     BIOL-203 day students must also reg-                      3:00PM-4:00PM      M          ST245    1249 501     11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF           A118
     ister for a day BIOL-203 lab.                                                                                 2:00PM-5:00PM       W            ST106
     PRQ: BIOL-101 or BIOL-107                                                                           Fees: $43.00.
                                                  BIOL-204          Anatomy and Physiology
DAY:
1264 501     10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF        N236                      II (4 credits)
1265 502
8247 503
             11:00AM-11:52AM
             11:00AM-12:20PM
                               MWF
                               TTH
                                          N236
                                          A117
                                                  Continuation of BIOL-203 and includes the cir-
                                                  culatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and re-
                                                                                                      BIOMEDICAL
   Fees: $43.00.
EVENING:
                                                  productive systems.                                 ENGINEERING TECH
                                                      PRQ: BIOL-203
   Note: Evening students do not need             DAY:                                                BMET-211         Biomedical
   to register for a lab section.                 1272 501     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH         A118
1266   550   7:30PM-10:20PM    M          A118                 9:30AM-12:30PM     T          ST222                     Instrumentation I
             7:30PM-10:30PM    W         ST208    0770   502   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH         A118
1247   551   7:30PM-10:20PM    M          A118                                                                         (5 credits)
                                                               2:00PM-5:00PM      W          ST222
             7:30PM-10:30PM    W         ST206    1431   503   12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF         A118    Classification of biomedical instruments and ap-
1267   552   7:30PM-10:20PM    M          N236                 8:00AM-11:00AM     W          ST222    plication of principles of sensitivity, resolution,
             7:30PM-10:30PM    T         ST208    5841   504   12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF         A118    recordability, readability, linearity, and accuracy.
2045   553   7:30PM-10:20PM    M          N236                 8:00AM-11:00AM     F          ST222
             7:30PM-10:30PM    T         ST206                                                            PRQ: ELEC-114, BMET-112 and BIOL-106.
                                                  8256   505   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF         N114        Co-requisite: ELEC-213.
2549   554   7:30PM-10:20PM    TH         N220                 11:00AM-2:00PM     M          ST222
             7:30PM-10:30PM    M         ST208                                                        EVENING:
                                                     Fees: $43.00.
8252   555   7:30PM-10:20PM    TH         N220                                                        1300 550     5:30PM-10:30PM      T            THR2
             7:30PM-10:30PM    M         ST206    EVENING:                                                         5:30PM-10:30PM      TH           ST107
8253   556   7:30PM-10:20PM    W          N114    1274 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     T           A118       Fees: $33.00.
             7:30PM-10:30PM    TH        ST208                 7:30PM-10:30PM     TH         ST222
8254   557   7:30PM-10:20PM    F         ST030    1275   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     T           A118
             9:30PM-12:30PM    S         ST206                 7:30PM-10:30PM     M          ST222
   Fees: $43.00.                                  1437   552   7:30PM-10:20PM     M           A116
                                                               7:30PM-10:30PM     W          ST222
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                     Fees: $43.00.
5736 M501 8:30AM-12:20PM       M         LCTBA
           8:30AM-11:20AM      W         LCTBA    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                      KEY
1754 M502 10:00AM-11:20AM      MW        LCTBA    8280 M501 8:30AM-12:20PM        W         LCTBA
           1:00PM-2:20PM       MW        LCTBA               9:30AM-12:20PM       M         LCTBA      COURSE #
           11:30AM-12:20PM     W         LCTBA    3515 M550 5:30PM-7:20PM         MW        LCTBA
5738 M550 3:30PM-5:20PM        MW        LCTBA               7:30PM-8:45PM        MW        LCTBA
                                                                                                       ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
           6:00PM-7:15PM       MW        LCTBA       Fees: $43.00.
5739 M551 6:00PM-7:15PM        MW        LCTBA                                                         The study of impedance networks, network
           7:30PM-9:20PM       MW        LCTBA                                                         theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
2192 M552 6:00PM-8:20PM        F         LCTBA                                                         plications of capacitors and inductors.
           8:30AM-12:50PM      S         LCTBA                                                           PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   Fees: $43.00.                                                                                       2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
                                                                                                       2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123

                                                                                                       INDEX           TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                        NO.
                                                                                                                                     DAY(S)
                                                                                                       SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                       For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     BUSINESS                                            EVENING:
                                                         4911 050    6:00PM-8:50PM      TH          A116
                                                                                                            ment. After successful completion of this
                                                                                                            course, the student will have worked on co-cre-
                                                                                                            ating a coaching relationship and communicat-
     BMGT-100        Introduction to Business                                                               ing effectively. This course will include case
                                                         BMGT-130         Principles of Marketing           studies, role-playing and journaling.
                     & Organization                                       (3 credits)                       DAY:
                     (3 credits)                         Emphasis is on developing a marketing mix to       5585 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH       RCF232
     Study of current organizational and manage-         develop, promote, and advertise a product or          Fees: $30.00.
     ment principles and practices in today’s busi-      service.
     ness world.                                             PRQ: BMGT-100
                                                                                                            BMGT-134        Coaching As a Tool for
     DAY:                                                DAY:
     1404   001   7:00AM-8:20AM      MW        ELB307    1726 001    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH       ELB302                    an Effective Leader
     2482   002   9:30AM-10:50AM     MW       ELB100A    CAMPUSWEB:                                                         (3 credits)
     2502   003   11:00AM-12:20PM    MW        ELB208    1415 C090 6:00PM-7:20PM        W         ELB117
     1413   004   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB208
                                                                                                            In this course the student will learn how coach-
                                                            A CampusWeb course is an ideal                  ing as a philosophy and a set of behaviors is
     1401   005   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB216       combination of classroom interaction with
     3377   006   4:00PM-5:20PM      MW        ELB316                                                       impacting organizations and their leaders today.
     5917   007   8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH         N103
                                                            the use of online resources. Because so         Students will be able to apply coaching behav-
     1400   008   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH      ELB100A       many of the course interactions are             iors to all types of leadership situations. Stu-
     1449   009   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH       ELB116       conducted online, the amount of class           dents will explore and understand the
     EVENING:
                                                            meeting time is half that of the traditional    relationship between leader/coach and employ-
     1406 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH        ELB307       onsite version of the course. Students may      ee/team member. Learning tools will include
     1405 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH       ELB316       use computers in the campus computer            case studies, journaling, experiential learning
     ONLINE:
                                                            labs or use their home computers with           and role play.
     1402 N090                                              Internet access to complete online course
                                                                                                            DAY:
     2093 N091                                              activities. See www.howardcc.edu/distance
                                                                                                            5588 001     8:00AM-9:20AM      MW        ELB208
        A basic understanding of and access to              for more information including complete
                                                                                                               Fees: $30.00.
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability            technical specifications for CampusWeb
                                                            and online courses.                             EVENING:
        are required. After you have registered, go                                                         7795 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W           A117
        to the Distance Learning Homepage on                Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                               Fees: $30.00.
        the HCC homepage and click on the link
        “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
                                                         BMGT-132         Sales & Sales
        for important information about your                                                                BMGT-135        Developing Organization
        course.                                                           Management (3 credits)
                                                                                                                            Coaching Culture
        Fees: $30.00.                                    Includes sales presentations, recruiting and
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              training sales people, and evaluating and su-                      (3 credits)
     1414 J005 1:00PM-2:20PM         TTH       LCTBA     pervising a sales staff.                           Coaching creates a performance focused, feed-
     4358 M001 12:00PM-1:45PM        MW        LCTBA     CAMPUSWEB:                                         back enriched organization capable of creating
     4357 M060 6:00PM-10:30PM        F         LCTBA     7880 C090 7:30PM-8:50PM        TH        ELB218    and sustaining a competitive advantage. This is
                8:30AM-5:45PM        S         LCTBA                                                        the business case for coaching. This course in-
                                                            A CampusWeb course is an ideal
        BMGT-100-M060 meets on Oct. 3-4, Oct.                                                               troduces the student to the principles of cultur-
                                                            combination of classroom interaction with
        17-18, and Oct.31-Nov.1 2008.                                                                       al change that lay the foundation around which
                                                            the use of online resources. Because so
                                                            many of the course interactions are             a coaching culture is initiated. The student will
     BMGT-100H International Business                       conducted online, the amount of class           learn what a coaching culture looks like in an
                                                            meeting time is half that of the traditional    organization and how to apply transformational
               Issues Seminar -                             onsite version of the course. Students may      coaching throughout an organization for the
               HONORS                                       use computers in the campus computer            purpose of creating high performance in indi-
     This 10-week seminar is available to selected          labs or use their home computers with           viduals, teams and the organization as a whole.
     students as an honors option for BMGT 100.             Internet access to complete online course       (3 hours weekly)
     Students will learn, by reading and analyzing          activities. See www.howardcc.edu/distance       DAY:
     current articles, how to conduct an environ-           for more information including complete         3695 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW        RCF232
     mental scan (political, economic, competitive,         technical specifications for CampusWeb             Fees: $30.00.
     technological and cultural) of 5 major areas of        and online courses.
     the world. Using the environmental scan, stu-                                                          BMGT-136        Coaching Through
     dents will select one country and report both
     written and orally on the potential of that coun-
                                                         BMGT-133         Coaching for                                      Change and Transition
     try to trade globally. This course is also avail-                    Performance in the                                (3 credits)
     able as a one-credit option (BMGT 150). This                         Workplace (3 credits)             In this course the student will learn how coach-
     seminar begins on 9/10/08 and ends on                                                                  ing functions as a powerful tool to move indi-
                                                         In this course the student will learn and un-
     11/12/08.                                                                                              viduals and organizations through transition.
                  2:00-3:20PM        W      Room 208
                                                         derstand the basic theory and principles of
                                                         coaching for performance improvement. This         The student will learn how the cultural
                                                         theory will include the history of coaching, the   changes, demanded in the business world
     BMGT-120        Small Business                      practicing coach in today’s workplace, and the     today, drive the implementation of a coaching
                                                         application of psychology in business coaching.    model. The student will be able to apply the
                     Management (3 credits)                                                                 coaching principles that underpin an organiza-
                                                         In addition, the student will begin to develop
     Includes how to plan, organize and manage           some of the skills required to coach individu-     tional culture that is flexible, resilient and
     small business operations.                          als in organizations for performance improve-      adaptable to change. The student will practice


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coaching techniques that move individuals suc-
cessfully through life transitions.                 BMGT-151         Business Law I                  BMGT-178        Business Writing
EVENING:                                                             (3 credits)                                     (1 credit)
3696 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      TH        RCF339    Topics include contracts, agencies, and nego-    After successful completion of this course, the
   Fees: $30.00.                                    tiable instruments.                              student will be able to discriminate between ex-
                                                    DAY:                                             amples of writing that have the qualities of an
                                                    1001 001    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW       ELB216    effective letter and those that do not. In addi-
BMGT-141        Supervisory Development             4646 002    9:30AM-10:50AM    MW       ELB208    tion, the student will learn effective writing
                (3 credits)                         EVENING:                                         strategies for the workplace.
Emphasis on motivating people, group morale,        1422 050    7:30PM-10:20PM    M        ELB108    EVENING:
loyalty, decision making, performance appraisal     1417 051    7:30PM-10:20PM    W        ELB307    1411 050     7:00PM-9:30PM      W          ELB118
and staff training.                                 ONLINE:                                             BMGT-178-050 meets from 9/10/08-
EVENING:                                            1010 N090                                           10/15/08.
4922 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     M         ELB317    8790 N091
                                                       A basic understanding of and access to
                                                       the Internet and WWW browsing capability      BMGT-201        Business Work
BMGT-145        Principles of Management               are required. After you have registered, go                   Experience I (3-4 credits)
                (3 credits)                            to the Distance Learning Homepage on          Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                       the HCC homepage and click on the link
The study of planning, organizing, leading and                                                       rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                       “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
controlling management functions.                                                                    must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                       for important information about your
DAY:                                                                                                 work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                       course.
4927 001     8:30AM-9:50AM      MW        ELB216                                                     (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
                                                       Fees: $30.00.                                     PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
EVENING:                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
4928 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     W         ELB308                                                         three credits should select Section 050.
                                                    6084 J050 6:30PM-9:30PM       T         LCTBA        Those registering for four credits should se-
ONLINE:
                                                                                                         lect Section 051. Students may still register
4924 N090
                                                    BMGT-152         Business Law II                     after the semester begins.
   A basic understanding of and access to
                                                                                                         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability                          (3 credits)                         better grade point and demonstration of
   are required. After you have registered, go
                                                    Emphasis upon sales, bailments, partnerships,        pre-employment skills. Student placement is
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                                                    corporations and personal property.                  to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
   the HCC homepage and click on the link
                                                       PRQ: BMGT-151                                     ter (Room RCF-302).
   “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
   for important information about your             EVENING:                                         EVENING:
   course.                                          2223 050    6:30PM-9:20PM     T          A116    5804 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
                                                                                                     5805 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
   Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                        Fees: $25.00.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              BMGT-175         Business
4359 M060 6:00PM-10:30PM        F         LCTBA
           8:15AM-5:30PM        S         LCTBA                      Communications
   BMGT-145-M060 meets on Oct.3-4, Oct.17-                           (3 credits)
   18, and Oct.31-Nov.1 2008.                       This course encompasses the three primary
                                                    facets of business communication: business
BMGT-150        International Business              writing, interpersonal business communication,
                                                    and business etiquette and professionalism.
                Issues Seminar (1 credit)           Students will be immersed into the business
In this 10-week seminar, students will learn, by    writing process enabling them to design nu-
reading and analyzing current articles, how to      merous written documents which they may
conduct an environmental scan (political, eco-      have to write while working in a business en-
nomic, competitive, technological and cultural)     vironment. Students will be able to learn how
of 5 major areas of the world. Using the en-        to function together and communicate as a
vironmental scan, students will select one coun-    business team, make business presentations                              KEY
try and report both written and orally on the       and understand the nuances of business eti-       COURSE #
potential of that country to trade globally. This   quette.
course is available as a one-credit option          DAY:
(BMGT 150) or as an honors option in BMGT           8360 001    12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH      ELB316     ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
100 for selected students.                                                                            The study of impedance networks, network
DAY:                                                                                                  theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
1430 001     2:00PM-3:20PM      W         ELB208                                                      plications of capacitors and inductors.
   This seminar runs from 9/10/08 -                                                                     PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   11/12/08.                                                                                          2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                                                                      2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123

                                                                                                      INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                       NO.
                                                                                                                                   DAY(S)
                                                                                                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                      For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         entrepreneurs. Learning tools will include skill-
     BMGT-202        Business Work                       building exercises, case studies, journaling and    CARD-206        Diagnostic &
                     Experience II (3-4 credits)         role-play. (3 hours weekly)                                         Interventional
     Supervised work experience which relates di-        EVENING:                                                            Cardiovascular
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     7860 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      M         ELB307
                                                            Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                             Procedures (4 credits)
     must receive prior approval to register for this
     work experience course. Call the Career Center                                                          This course is planned for students currently
     (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.                                                              employed in a cardiac catheterization laborato-
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
                                                         BMGT-236         Establishing a                     ry. Theory and application of vascular access
         three credits should select Section 050.                         Consulting/Coaching                and angiographic procedures is presented.
         Those registering for four credits should se-                    Practice (3 credits)               CAMPUSWEB:
         lect Section 051. Students may still register                                                       2676 C301 9:00AM-10:50AM       TTH         N212
                                                         In this course the student will learn all of the       Fees: $50.00.
         after the semester begins.
                                                         aspects of starting and operating a coaching
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                         business. Students will be introduced to mar-
         better grade point and demonstration of
                                                         keting strategy and learn how to create a busi-     CARD-207        Diagnostic and
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                         ness plan for a start-up coaching practice.                         Interventional Procedures
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                         Learning tools will include sample business and
         ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                         marketing plans, case studies and the use of                        (9 credits)
     EVENING:                                            worksheets for setting rates and managing rev-      The theory and application of vascular access
     5806 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305    enue. (3 hours weekly)                              and angiographic procedures is presented. Stu-
     5807 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
                                                         EVENING:                                            dents study the indications and contraindica-
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                        tions to diagnostic and interventional adult and
                                                         3697 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T        ELB100B
                                                            Fees: $30.00.                                    pediatric cardiac catheterization and specific
     BMGT-203        Business Ethics                                                                         vascular imaging examinations. Students will
                                                                                                             work directly with patients to explain and per-
                     (3 credits)                         BMGT-240         Human Resource                     form procedures and to assess response to in-
     This course will study the status and elements                       Management (3 credits)             terventions.
     of ethics within the modern business world and                                                              PRQ: CARD-101, and CARD-108
     environment. The impact of governing bodies,        Includes employment, employee motivation,
                                                         training, human relations and employee repre-       CAMPUSWEB:
     the role of industry-imposed guidelines, the el-                                                        2660 C301 9:00AM-10:50AM       TTH         A117
     ement of corporate social responsibility, and ac-   sentation.
                                                                                                                        7:00AM-3:30PM       WF          N212
     cepted standards of conduct will comprise           EVENING:                                               Fees: $100.00.
     some of the elements of this course. Students       4929 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     T         ELB216
     will learn to examine instances of ethical dilem-
     ma, select elements that influence ethical con-
     siderations, and determine appropriate ethical      CARDIOVASCULAR                                      CHEMISTRY
     decision-making processes.
     EVENING:
                                                         TECHNOLOGY                                          CHEM-101        General Inorganic
     5587 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W         ELB119
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                                        Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                         CARD-201         Cardiovascular                     Emphasis on solving problems involving mole
                                                                          Pharmacology (2 credits)           concept, gas laws and kinetic theory, stoi-
     BMGT-234        Principles and Practices            Course covers basic principles of pharmacolo-       chiometry and chemical equations, solutions,
                     of Life Coaching                    gy including governmental regulations, drug ad-     atomic structure, and electronic arrangement.
                                                         ministration and IV therapy. Drugs used for the        CHEM-101 day students must also
                     (3 credits)
                                                         treatment of cardiovascular disorders and vas-         register for a day CHEM-101 lab.
     In this course the student will be introduced to    cular/interventional imaging procedures will be        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.
     the history and evolution of life coaching. The     emphasized.                                         DAY:
     student will analyze the similarities and differ-       PRQ: CARD-108                                   1526   501   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF         A117
     ences between the life coaching and the busi-                                                           1514   502   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF         A117
                                                         CAMPUSWEB:
     ness coaching models. The basic life-coaching                                                           5843   503   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF         A117
                                                         2654 C301 12:30PM-2:30PM        TH          N103
     model will be discussed and skills and strate-                                                          1515   504   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH         N220
                                                            Fees: $50.00.                                    1502   505   12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH       ELB202
     gies that are a part of the model will be pre-
     sented and practiced.                                                                                      Fees: $43.00.
     EVENING:                                            CARD-203         Medical Instrumentation            EVENING:
     5589 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      TH        RCF232                     (2 credits)                           Note: Evening students do not need
        Fees: $30.00.                                                                                           to register for a lab section.
                                                         The student will learn to prepare, calibrate, op-   1524   550   7:30PM-10:20PM    W          ST030
                                                         erate equipment and record and measure bio-                      7:30PM-10:30PM    M          ST204
     BMGT-235        Co-Active Coaching                  electric signals. Preventive maintenance,              Fees: $43.00.
                     (3 credits)                         inspection, performance testing and trouble
                                                         shooting are covered.
     In this course the student will learn the princi-       PRQ: CARD-108
     ples and components of co-active coaching.
                                                         DAY:
     The student will learn to apply the unique prac-
                                                         2656 301     12:30PM-2:00PM     T           N114
     tices and techniques of co-active coaching to a                  2:00PM-4:30PM      T           N212
     wide spectrum of clients including corporate           Fees: $60.00.
     executives, small business owners, artists and

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CHEM-101L General Inorganic
                                                   EVENING:
                                                   1548 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     W           N236    CHINESE
          Chemistry I Lab                                       7:30PM-10:30PM     M          ST205
                                                   1549   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     W           N236
          (0 credits)                                           7:30PM-10:30PM     T          ST205    CHNS-101         Elementary Mandarin
   CHEM-101L day students must also                2550   552   7:30PM-10:20PM     T           N236                     Chinese I (4 credits)
   register for a day CHEM-101 lecture.                         7:30PM-10:30PM     W          ST204
                                                   5847   553   7:30PM-10:20PM     T           N236    In this introductory four-credit course, students
DAY:                                                            7:30PM-10:30PM     TH         ST204    learn to listen, speak, write and read at a be-
1517   540   11:00AM-2:00PM    M          ST204       Fees: $43.00.                                    ginning level. Students will become familiar
2018   541   2:00PM-5:00PM     M          ST204
1536   542   8:00AM-11:00AM    T          ST204
                                                                                                       with simple Chinese characters and the sound
1503   543   2:00PM-5:00PM     T          ST204                                                        system of Chinese (including accent and
5846   544   8:00AM-11:00AM    W          ST204
                                                   CHEM-103H Fundamentals of General                   tones). They will develop a basic working vo-
2533   545   11:00AM-2:00PM    W          ST204              Chemistry Seminar -                       cabulary and learn simple grammatical con-
1527   546   2:00PM-5:00PM     W          ST204              HONORS                                    cepts. Upon completion of this elementary
1531   547   2:00PM-5:00PM     TH         ST204                                                        Chinese course students will be able to hold a
5845   548   8:00AM-11:00AM    F          ST204    The Chemistry honors seminar will focus on          simple conversation about every day situations.
1532   549   11:00AM-2:00PM    F          ST204    topics in chemistry as applied to the allied        Finally, students will expand their knowledge of
                                                   health fields. Students will present and discuss    Chinese culture and civilizations. Instruction fo-
                                                   science and allied health journal articles that     cuses on oral communication and is supported
CHEM-101H General Inorganic                        relate to the content of CHEM-103. This semi-       by a computerized classroom and conversation
          Chemistry Seminar -                      nar begins September 16th.                          specialists.
                                                                2:00PM-3:00PM      T          ST-245
          HONORS                                                                                       DAY:
The Chemistry honors seminar will focus on                                                             3572 101     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH         ELB120
advances in chemistry and technology, envi-        CHEM-135          Chemistry for Engineers              CHNS-101-101 requires that you also
ronmental issues, and how these have impact                                                               register for CHNS-101L.
                                                                     (3 credits)                          Fees: $25.00.
on our day-to-day lives. This seminar begins
September 17th.                                    Designed mainly for engineering students (ex-       EVENING:
             2:00PM-3:00PM     W          ST245    cept chemical engineers) intending to transfer to   2441 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW          ELB308
                                                   the University of Maryland, College Park, this         Fees: $25.00.
                                                   course will enable the student to solve problems
CHEM-102        General Inorganic                  and answer questions involving atomic structure,
                Chemistry II (4 credits)           electron arrangement, the mole concept, stoi-       CHNS-101L Elem. Mandarin Chinese I
                                                   chiometry and chemical reactions, solutions, gas              Lab (0 credits)
Emphasis on solving problems involving chem-       laws and kinetic theory, chemical equilibrium,
icals, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium,       electrochemistry, and reaction rates.               CHNS-101L students must also register for a
ionic and heterogeneous equilibria in aqueous          PRQ: MATH-131                                   CHNS-101 day lecture class.
solutions, electrochemistry, and reaction rates.                                                       DAY:
                                                   DAY:
    PRQ: CHEM-101                                                                                      3573 140     10:00AM-10:50AM    F           ELB205
                                                   8337 501     10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF         A118
EVENING:
1505 550     7:30PM-10:20PM    TH          N114
             7:30PM-10:30PM    T          ST204    CHEM-201          Organic Chemistry I
   Fees: $43.00.
                                                                     (4 credits)
                                                   Emphasis on solving problems involving
CHEM-103        Fundamentals of General            nomenclature, physical properties and synthesis
                Chemistry (4 credits)              of aliphatic compounds such as alkanes, alco-
                                                   hols, carboxylic acids, aldehydes and ketones.
This one semester course is designed mainly
                                                       PRQ: CHEM-101
for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-
dents. This course will provide the student with   DAY:
                                                   1523 501     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         N220
an introduction to inorganic chemistry and gen-
                                                                2:00PM-5:00PM      T          ST205
eral chemical principles. The student will be
able to answer questions and solve problems
                                                   1550   502   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         N220                           KEY
                                                                2:00PM-5:00PM      TH         ST205
involving measurement, atomic structure, chem-        Fees: $43.00.                                     COURSE #
ical bonding, molecular structure, chemical re-
actions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions,                                                            ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
kinetics, equilibrium and nuclear reactions.       CHEM-202          Organic Chemistry II
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.                                                                The study of impedance networks, network
                                                                     (4 credits)                        theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
DAY:                                               Emphasis on solving problems involving aro-          plications of capacitors and inductors.
1546 501     11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH       ELB202
             2:00PM-5:00PM     W          ST205
                                                   matic compounds and their derivatives, carbo-          PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
1555   502   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH       ELB202    hydrates, amino acids, and fats.                     2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
             2:00PM-5:00PM     M          ST205       PRQ: CHEM-201                                     2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Fees: $43.00.                                   EVENING:
                                                   1513 550     7:45PM-10:30PM     T          ST030     INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                7:30PM-10:30PM     TH         ST205      NO.
                                                                                                                                      DAY(S)
                                                   5848   551   7:45PM-10:30PM     T          ST030     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                7:30PM-10:30PM     W          ST205
                                                      Fees: $43.00.                                     For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs). Top-         propriate Cisco IOS services required to build a
     CHNS-102        Elementary Mandarin                 ics include: network components employed in        scalable routed network. This course will help
                     Chinese II (4 credits)              bus, ring, and star topologies; coaxial, twisted   the student prepare for exams associated with
     In CHNS-102, students review Chinese charac-        pair, and fiber optic transmission media; trans-   CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional)
     ters isolated/connected forms; continue to cre-     mission standards and multiple protocol inter-     certification.
     ate simple sentences using gender, plurals,         facing. Labs will include hands-on configuration       PRQ: CSCO-272 or CCNA certification
     pronouns, possession, verb forms, past and          of repeaters, bridges, routers, and gateways in    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     present tense, geographic place names, and the      client-server and peer-to-peer environments.       2296 J551 5:30PM-10:30PM       MW        LCTBA
     counting system through the introduction of         SNMP network management tools will be used            Meets August 25th to October 15th.
     meaningful vocabulary. Students will increase       to configure, optimize, and troubleshoot stand-       Fees: $200.00.
     their proficiency in Chinese script and sound       alone and internetworked systems.
     system, widen their working vocabulary, learn           PRQ: CMSY-106
     key grammatical points, practice conversation       EVENING:
                                                                                                            CSCO-660        Building Cisco Remote
     and expand their knowledge of Chinese cul-          2253 551    5:30PM-10:30PM     MW         ST108                    Access Networks
     ture. Instruction focuses on oral communication        Meets August 25th to October 15th.                              (3 credits)
     and is supported by a computerized classroom           Fees: $100.00.
                                                                                                            This course teaches students how to build a
     and conversation specialists.
                                                                                                            remote access network to interconnect central
     EVENING:                                            CSCO-271         Cisco Internetwork                sites to branch offices and home
     3574 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW        ELB224                                                       office/telecommuters. Once the network is built,
        Fees: $25.00.                                                     Technology (3 credits)
                                                                                                            the course further shows students how to con-
                                                         This course covers basic internetworking prin-     trol access to the central site, as well as max-
                                                         ciples and configuration of routers for multi-     imize bandwidth utilization over the remote
     CHNS-201        Intermediate Mandarin               protocol networks. Students will have hands-on     links. This course prepares students to pass
                     Chinese I (4 credits)               experience in loading internet operating system,   one of the CCNP certification exams.
     In this intermediate level course, students con-    configuration and image files of routers. Stu-         PRQ: CSCO-272 or CCNA certification
     tinue to refine their Chinese writing skills, de-   dents will also have hands-on experience in
                                                                                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     velop the ability to read and understand            basic Cisco commands and configure Cisco           2295 J552 5:30PM-10:30PM       MW        LCTBA
     sentence-level text, explore Chinese verb roots,    routers for internetworking that uses LAN and         Meets October 20th to December 10th.
     study additional tenses, practice dialogue exer-    WAN interfaces. This course will help you pre-        Fees: $200.00.
     cises, increase their working vocabulary, and       pare for exams associated with CCNA (Cisco
     learn more in-depth grammar. Students will          Certified Network Associate) certification.
     continue to increase their proficiency in the           PRQ: CSCO-270                                  CSCO-670        Building Cisco Multilayer
     Chinese script and sound system, study more         EVENING:                                                           Switched Netwo rks
     grammatical concepts, practice their reading,       2286 550    5:30PM-10:30PM     MW         ST108
     and expand their knowledge of Chinese cul-             Meets October 20th to December 10th.                            (3 credits)
     ture. Instruction focuses on oral communication        Fees: $100.00.                                  The purpose of Building Cisco Multilayer
     and is supported by a computerized classroom                                                           Switched Networks (BCMSN) is to teach stu-
     and conversation specialists.                                                                          dents how to build campus networks using mul-
                                                         CSCO-272         Cisco LAN/WAN                     tilayer switching technologies over high speed
     DAY:
     8138 101     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH       ELB304                     Technology (3 credits)            Ethernet. This course presents routing and
        Fees: $25.00.                                    This course covers Wide Area Networking con-       switching concepts and implementations. This
                                                         cepts, components, services, connectivity op-      course addresses how these technologies work
     EVENING:
     4567 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH      ELB1321    tions and protocols. Students will have            together. This course prepares students to pass
        Fees: $25.00.                                    hands-on experience in connecting, configuring,    one of the CCNP certification exams.
                                                         managing complex internetwork using routers.            PRQ: CSCO-272 or CCNA certification
     WEEKEND:
     8139 160     11:00AM-2:50PM     S         ELB223    Students will become familiar with Cisco diag-     WEEKEND:
                                                         nostic tools and commands to manage the in-        2815 560    1:30PM-6:00PM      S          ST108
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                         ternetwork efficiently. This course will help to      Fees: $200.00.
                                                         prepare for exams associated with CCNA
     CHNS-201L Intermediate Chinese I                    (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certifica-     CSCO-680        Cisco Internetwork
               Lab (0 credits)                           tion.
                                                             PRQ: CSCO-271                                                  Troubleshooting
     CHNS-201L students must also register for a
     CHNS-201 day lecture class.                         EVENING:                                                           (3 credits)
                                                         2290 550    5:30PM-10:30PM     T          ST108    The course teaches students how to baseline
     DAY:                                                   Meets Full Semester.
     8140 140     12:30PM-1:20PM     W         ELB123                                                       and troubleshoot an environment using Cisco
                                                            Fees: $100.00.                                  routers and switches for multiprotocol client
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                            hosts and servers connected with the following:
                                                         CSCO-650         Building Scalable Cisco           Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and Token Ring LANs,
     CISCO                                                                Networks (3 credits)
                                                                                                            Serial, Frame Relay, and ISDN BRI WANs. This
                                                                                                            course prepares students to pass one of the
                                                         This course focuses on advanced routing using      CCNP certification exams.
     CSCO-270        Cisco Network                       Cisco routers connected in local-area networks         PRQ: CSCO-650, CSCO-660 and CSCO-670
                                                         (LANs) and wide-area networks (WANs) typi-         WEEKEND:
                     Technology (3 credits)              cally found at medium to large network sites.      8317 560    8:30AM-1:00PM      S          ST109
     This course emphasizes the physical, datalink,      Upon completion of this course, the student           Fees: $200.00.
     and network layers of Local Area Networks           will be able to select and implement the ap-


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CSCO-905        Cisco Ip Telephony                  CADD-103          Intermediate CAD                   CFOR-200        Computer Forensics II
                (3 credits)                                           (3 credits)                                        (3 credits)
The course will focus on installing, maintaining,   The student will use a computer to create and        The course is designed to cover advanced
configuring, or supporting the rollout of Cisco     plot complex orthographic drawings, auxiliary        concepts in computer forensic analysis, and the
IP telephony products. This course prepares the     views and sections. The student will apply ed-       development of investigative thinking and
students to build an IP telephony campus so-        iting, grouping and library commands of a CAD        awareness. This course covers basic criminal
lution and build a multisite WAN IP telephony       system to facilitate the production of drawings.     law concepts, related national electronic laws,
solution with a distributed call processing net-    This course uses AUTOCAD software.                   and sources of electronic information as it ap-
work. This course prepares students to pass             PRQ: CADD-101                                    plies to computer forensics. Study of data hid-
one of the Cisco IP Telephony Support Spe-          EVENING:                                             ing techniques, encryption, and password
cialist certification, exam number CIPT 642-443.    2352 550     5:30PM-9:20PM      F           ST108    recovery will aslo be covered. Students will
    PRQ: CSCO-272 or CCNA Certification                Fees: $50.00.                                     have hands-on laboratory experience using var-
WEEKEND:                                                                                                 ious computer forensic tolls, evidence gathering
5850 560     8:30AM-1:00PM     S           ST109                                                         and documentation techniques.
   Fees: $100.00.                                   CADD-107          Three-dimensional                      PRQ: CFOR-101
                                                                      Modeling & Animation               DAY:
                                                                      (3 credits)                        3465 501    1:00PM-4:50PM       T           ST109

COMPUTER-AIDED                                      This course is to introduce the student to the
                                                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                         EVENING:
DESIGN                                              concepts of 2D/3D computer animation. The
                                                    student will develop and apply traditional ani-
                                                                                                         3466 550    6:00PM-9:50PM
                                                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                                                         T           ST109

                                                    mation techniques using computer software.
CADD-100        Principles of Drafting              The applications of computer animation will in-
                (3 credits)                         clude engineering, visualization, advertising, and   CFOR-210        Computer Forensics III
                                                    multimedia.
The objective of this course is to introduce the                                                                         (3 credits)
                                                        Also listed as MASS-107.
student to the language of graphics used in en-                                                          This course covers topics related to advanced
                                                    DAY:
gineering and technology. The student will ac-      5769 501     2:00PM-5:50PM      T         M/N106     concepts in computer forensics and cross vali-
quire an understanding of orthographic                 Fees: $50.00.                                     dating electronic case data analysis using pop-
projections, sections, conventions, threads and                                                          ular software tools recognized in the computer
fasteners, and pictorial drawings. The student                                                           forensics field. Students will examine electron-
will use drafting instruments to create dimen-                                                           ic communications laws related to PDA’s, cell
sioned orthographic views and assembly draw-        COMPUTER                                             phones, and laptop devices. Students will ex-
ings which will include holes, fasteners, and
fittings. Students who do not own drawing in-
                                                    FORENSICS                                            amine how PDA’s, cell phones, and laptop de-
                                                                                                         vices operate, store electronic data, and will
struments and associated equipment may have                                                              become familiar with the major manufacturers
to purchase the necessary tools.                    CFOR-101          Computer Forensics I               of these electronic storage devices. Students
                                                                                                         will develop basic computer forensic interview
DAY:                                                                  (3 credits)
2355 501     9:00AM-10:50AM    MW          ST108                                                         techniques and skills. Students will have hands-
                                                    This course focuses on the emerging role of          on laboratory experience using various com-
                                                    the computer forensics examiner, forensics ev-       puter forensic tools and prepare evidence.
CADD-101        Introduction to CAD                 idence preservation and introduces students to           PRQ: CFOR-200
                Design (3 credits)                  computer forensic tools. This course provides a      DAY:
                                                    comparative study of information technology,         2193 501    1:00PM-4:50PM       TH          ST109
In this course the student will develop skills      evidence analysis, chain of custody, and data
and abilities in using the computer’s hardware                                                           EVENING:
                                                    retrieval from computer hardware and software
and software to create standard orthographic                                                             2196 550    6:00PM-9:50PM       TH          ST109
                                                    applications. Students will have hands-on labo-
views. The student will create working detail                                                               Fees: $50.00.
                                                    ratory experience using various computer
drawings by adding the necessary sections, di-      forensic tools, evidence preservation techniques
mensions, tolerances, notes, and specifications     and documentation.
to the computer generated views. This course                                                                                   KEY
                                                    DAY:
uses AUTOCAD software. Drafting experience          3351 501     1:00PM-4:50PM      W           ST109     COURSE #
is helpful.                                            Fees: $50.00.
DAY:
                                                    EVENING:                                              ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
2349 501     3:00PM-4:50PM     MTH         ST108
                                                    3463 550     6:00PM-9:50PM      W           ST109
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                          The study of impedance networks, network
                                                       Fees: $50.00.
EVENING:                                                                                                  theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
2353 550     5:30PM-9:20PM     TH          ST108                                                          plications of capacitors and inductors.
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                            PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                          2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
                                                                                                          2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

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                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                                                       DAY(S)
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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                                                           ONLINE:                                             OPEN ENTRY:
     CFOR-250         Computer Network                     4460 N090                                           4103 001    -                            ELB301
                      Forensic Technology                     Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy             This class is offered on an open-entry
                      (3 credits)                             Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;           basis, which means that you may attend
                                                              include your name, the semester, the                class any of the days and times listed
     This course will cover computer forensics ex-            course and section. You will receive                below. You may vary your hours from
     amination process in a network environment.              specific course instructions from her the           week to week, attend class as often as
     The OSI model, TCP/IP model, and IP ad-                  week classes start.                                 you wish, and finish this course early.
     dressing will be discussed and the relationship          Fees: $10.00.                                       You may do all of the work for this
     and how these layered approaches relate to the                                                               course at home (except tests). You must
     computer forensics examination process. Stu-                                                                 come to the college periodically (during
     dents will determine how various network de-          CMSY-102         Beginning Word                        the days and hours listed below) to take
     vices such as servers, hubs, switches, and                             Processing (1 credit)                 both written and computer tests that have
     routers create log files that can be used for                                                                deadlines for completion. During the times
     forensic examination. Students will examine           After successful completion of this course, the
                                                           student will be able to use features of Word           below, an instructor will be available to
     various log files, port scans, and packet sniffers,                                                          help you one-on-one. This course requires
     etc., from the network devices for computer           that include formatting, headers and footers, ed-
                                                           iting, and find and replace. Keyboarding skills        about 40-50 hours to complete.
     forensic analysis. Students will have hands-on                                                               Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
     experience with actual computer networks in           are necessary to pass this course.
                                                                                                                  Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
     the lab using various forensic tools and de-          OPEN ENTRY:
                                                                                                                  Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
     vices.                                                4165 001    -                             ELB301
                                                                                                                  Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
         PRQ: CFOR-200                                        This class is offered on an open-entry
                                                                                                                  to 8:50
                                                              basis, which means that you may attend
     EVENING:                                                                                                     Friday 8 to 12
     2195 550     6:00PM-9:50PM       M           ST109
                                                              class any of the days and times listed
                                                                                                                  Fees: $20.00.
        Fees: $50.00.                                         below. You may vary your hours from
                                                              week to week, attend class as often as           ONLINE:
                                                              you wish, and finish this course early.          4462 N090 -
                                                              You may do all of the work for this                 Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
     COMPUTER SYSTEMS                                         course at home (except tests). You must             Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
                                                                                                                  include your name, the semester, the
                                                              come to the college periodically (during
                                                              the days and hours listed below) to take            course and section. You will receive
     CMSY-101         Beginning Spreadsheets                  both written and computer tests that have           specific course instructions from her the
                      (1 credit)                              deadlines for completion. During the times          week classes start.
                                                              below, an instructor will be available to           Fees: $10.00.
     After successful completion of this course, the
     student will be able to use features of Excel            help you one-on-one. This course requires
     that include functions and formulas, formatting,         about 40-50 hours to complete.                   CMSY-104        Advanced Word
     charts, and lists.                                       Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                              Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                                    Processing (1 credit)
     OPEN ENTRY:
     1908 001    -                               ELB301
                                                              Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50            Use advanced features of Word that include
        This class is offered on an open-entry                Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00      graphics, forms, merge, tables, sorting, styles,
        basis, which means that you may attend                to 8:50                                          and macros. THE COMPLETION OF THIS
        class any of the days and times listed                Friday 8 to 12                                   COURSE AND CMSY-102 MEETS THE RE-
        below. You may vary your hours from                   Fees: $20.00.                                    QUIREMENTS TO SIT FOR THE MICROSOFT
        week to week, attend class as often as             ONLINE:                                             CERTIFIED APPLICATION SPECIALIST EXAM.
        you wish, and finish this course early.            4461 N090                                              PRQ: CMSY-102
        You may do all of the work for this                   Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy          OPEN ENTRY:
        course at home (except tests). You must               Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;        4164 001    -                            ELB301
        come to the college periodically (during              include your name, the semester, the                This class is offered on an open-entry
        the days and hours listed below) to take              course and section. You will receive                basis, which means that you may attend
        both written and computer tests that have             specific course instructions from her the           class any of the days and times listed
        deadlines for completion. During the times            week classes start.                                 below. You may vary your hours from
        below, an instructor will be available to             Fees: $10.00.                                       week to week, attend class as often as
        help you one-on-one. This course requires                                                                 you wish, and finish this course early.
        about 40-50 hours to complete.                                                                            You may do all of the work for this
                                                           CMSY-103         Beginning Databases                   course at home (except tests). You must
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                                       (1 credit)                            come to the college periodically (during
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50              After successful completion of this course, the        the days and hours listed below) to take
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00        student will be able to use beginning features         both written and computer tests that have
        to 8:50                                            of Access that include tables, queries and mul-        deadlines for completion. During the times
        Friday 8 to 12                                     tiple table queries, forms, and reports.               below, an instructor will be available to
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                             help you one-on-one. This course requires
                                                                                                                  about 40-50 hours to complete.




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   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                                                                      OPEN ENTRY:
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    CMSY-106           Personal Computer                   4457 010    -                              ELB301
   Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                               Systems Repair II                      This class is offered on an open-entry
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00                         (3 credits)                            basis, which means that you may attend
   to 8:50                                                                                                    class any of the days and times listed
   Friday 8 to 12                                   Students will acquire a basic technical under-            below. You may vary your hours from
   Fees: $20.00.                                    standing of the function and operation of the             week to week, attend class as often as
                                                    major peripheral devices such as state-of-the-art         you wish, and finish this course early.
ONLINE:
                                                    data storage devices, display technology, print-          You may do all of the work for this
4180 N090
                                                    ers, scanners, SCSI devices, multimedia de-               course at home (except tests). You must
   Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
                                                    vices, modems, and local area network devices.            come to the college periodically (during
   Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
                                                    Emphasis will be placed on localizing and cor-            the days and hours listed below) to take
   include your name, the semester, the
                                                    recting common hardware problems, installing,             both written and computer tests that have
   course and section. You will receive
                                                    configuring, maintaining, and testing PC sys-             deadlines for completion. During the times
   specific course instructions from her the
                                                    tems. The student will also learn IRQ conflict            below, an instructor will be available to
   week classes start.
                                                    resolution, I/O address setting, DMA channel              help you one-on-one. This course requires
   Fees: $10.00.
                                                    conflict resolution, optimizing memory, fine tun-         about 120-150 hours to complete.
                                                    ing autoexec.bat, config.sys files and Windows            Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
CMSY-105        Personal Computer                   initializing files (.ini files) and configuring sys-      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                    tems with Windows. This course, along with                Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                Systems Repair I                    the CMSY-105 prerequisite, prepares students              Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
                (3 credits)                         for the hardware level of A+ certification of-            to 8:50
Students will have hands-on experience using        fered by the Computing Industry Association.              Friday 8 to 12
486 and Pentium based systems. The course                PRQ: CMSY-105                                        Fees: $50.00.
will focus on broad concepts and diagnostic         EVENING:                                               ONLINE:
tools which allow the student to rapidly deter-     1999 551     5:30PM-10:30PM      MW           ST123    4465 N090
mine the condition of a PC system and how              Meets October 20th to December 10th.                   Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
best to rectify a fault. Special emphasis will be      Fees: $100.00.                                         Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
placed on how systems are configured, modi-                                                                   include your name, the semester, the
fied, and expanded to meet new requirements.                                                                  course and section. You will receive
Different software tools like Checkit-Pro, Norton   CMSY-110           Software Applications for
                                                                                                              specific course instructions from her the
Utilities and DOS utilities will be used to diag-                      Micros (3 credits)                     week classes start.
nose problems. This course, along with CMSY-        After successful completion of this course, the           Fees: $30.00.
106, prepares students for the hardware level of    student will be able to use word processing,           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
A+ certification offered by the Computing In-       spreadsheet, database, and presentation graph-         1910 J013 8:30AM-11:20AM        F           LCTBA
dustry Association. The material is preparatory     ic software. This course is designed for the be-       1487 M050 6:00PM-9:00PM         T           LCTBA
for the follow-on course, CMSY-106, Personal        ginning student and does not include advanced          6081 M061 9:00AM-12:15PM        S           LCTBA
Computer Systems Repair II. Familiarity with        concepts. Keyboarding skills are strongly rec-            “Saturday class begins on September 6,
DOS and Windows is recommended.                     ommended.                                                 2008.”
DAY:                                                    All sections use Microsoft Word, Excel, Ac-           Fees: $50.00.
1966 501     12:00PM-2:00PM     M          ST123        cess, and PowerPoint.
             2:00PM-5:00PM      M          ST123
                                                    DAY:
   Meets full semester                              1919   001   9:00AM-10:50AM      MW          ELB321
   Fees: $100.00.                                   8006   002   9:00AM-10:50AM      MW          ELB318
EVENING:                                            1925   003   11:00AM-12:50PM     MW          ELB321
1991 551     5:30PM-10:30PM     MW         ST123    1978   004   1:00PM-2:50PM       MW          ELB319
   Meets August 25th to October 15th                1951   005   1:00PM-2:50PM       MW          ELB321
   Fees: $100.00.                                   8007   006   9:00AM-10:50AM      TTH         ELB319
                                                    1980   007   9:00AM-10:50AM      TTH         ELB321
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              1973   008   11:00AM-12:50PM     TTH         ELB319
2248 J552 6:00PM-10:00PM        TH        LCTBA     1914   009   1:00PM-2:50PM       TTH         ELB319
   Fees: $100.00.                                      Fees: $50.00.                                                              KEY
                                                    EVENING:
                                                                                                            COURSE #
                                                    1926 050     5:30PM-7:20PM       MW          ELB306
                                                    1916 051     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH         ELB323
                                                    1974 052     6:00PM-9:50PM       M           ELB302     ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                       Fees: $50.00.                                        The study of impedance networks, network
                                                    WEEKEND:                                                theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                    3307 060     8:30AM-12:35PM      S           ELB323     plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                       CMSY-110-060 meets from 9/6/08-12/15/08.               PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                       Fees: $50.00.                                        2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
                                                                                                            2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

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                                                                                                             NO.
                                                                                                                                         DAY(S)
                                                                                                            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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                                                          OPEN ENTRY:                                          Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
     CMSY-116         PowerPoint (1 credit)               4452 001    -                           ELB301       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
     Use PowerPoint software to design a slide pres-         This class is offered on an open-entry            Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
     entation using slide view, outline view, clip art,      basis, which means that you may attend            Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
     graphs, drawing tools and templates. THE COM-           class any of the days and times listed            to 8:50
     PLETION OF THIS COURSE MEETS THE RE-                    below. You may do all of the work for             Friday 8 to 12
     QUIREMENTS TO SIT FOR THE MICROSOFT                     this course at home (except tests). You           Fees: $20.00.
     CERTIFIED APPLICATION SPECIALIST EXAM.                  must come to the college periodically          ONLINE:
     OPEN ENTRY:                                             (during the days and hours listed below)       4498 N090
     4449 001    -                              ELB301       to take both written and computer tests           Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
        This class is offered on an open-entry               that have deadlines for completion. During        Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
        basis, which means that you may attend               the times below, an instructor will be            include your name, the semester, the
        class any of the days and times listed               available to help you one-on-one. This            course and section. You will receive
        below. You may vary your hours from                  course requires about 40-50 hours to              specific course instructions from her the
        week to week, attend class as often as               complete.                                         week classes start.
        you wish, and finish this course early.              Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                Fees: $10.00.
        You may do all of the work for this                  Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        course at home (except tests). You must              Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
        come to the college periodically (during             Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00    CMSY-120        Introduction to Computer
        the days and hours listed below) to take             to 8:50                                                        Systems (3 credits)
        both written and computer tests that have            Friday 8 to 12
                                                             Fees: $20.00.                                  A study of computer systems and their uses.
        deadlines for completion. During the times                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121 and
        below, an instructor will be available to         ONLINE:                                              MATH-061.
        help you one-on-one. This course requires         4499 N090
                                                             Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy        EVENING:
        about 40-50 hours to complete.
                                                                                                            1907 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH        ELB323
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                   Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                        include your name, the semester, the
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                course and section. You will receive           CMSY-121        Structured Logic and
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00          specific course instructions from her the
        to 8:50                                              week classes start.                                            Program Design
        Friday 8 to 12                                       Fees: $10.00.                                                  (3 credits)
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                       Upon completion of this course, students will
     ONLINE:                                              CMSY-118        Advanced Databases                have acquired the skills needed to design and
     4463 N090                                                                                              document structured solutions to various pro-
        Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy                           (1 credit)                        gramming applications. A variety of problem
        Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;         After successful completion of this course, the   solving tools will be introduced, as will data
        include your name, the semester, the              student will be able to share Access informa-     representation, documentation techniques and
        course and section. You will receive              tion with other Microsoft Office programs, cre-   the use of various editors.
        specific course instructions from her the         ate data access pages, advanced queries, and          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121 and
        week classes start.                               advanced forms and reports. Skills covered            MATH-061.
        Fees: $10.00.                                     also include managing database objects, creat-    DAY:
                                                          ing modules, and maintaining relational data-     1967 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW        ELB323
                                                          bases. THE COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE                 Fees: $50.00.
     CMSY-117         Advanced Spreadsheets               AND CMSY-103 MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS               EVENING:
                      (1 credit)                          TO SIT FOR THE MICROSOFT CERTIFIED AP-            1929 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W         ELB323
     After successful completion of this course, the      PLICATION SPECIALIST EXAM.                           Fees: $50.00.
     student will be able to use advanced formatting          PRQ: CMSY-103
     techniques and functions, perform what-if analy-     OPEN ENTRY:
     ses, create PivotTables, use custom and ad-          4469 001    -                           ELB301    CMSY-123        Microsoft® Office
     vanced filters, and audit worksheets. THE               This class is offered on an open-entry                         Publisher (1 credit)
     COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE AND CMSY-                     basis, which means that you may attend         After successful completion of this course, the
     101 MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS TO SIT FOR                   class any of the days and times listed         student will be able to use Microsoft Office Pub-
     THE MICROSOFT CERTIFIED APPLICATION                     below. You may vary your hours from            lisher to create a publication, format text, work
     SPECIALIST EXAM.                                        week to week, attend class as often as         with art, enhance a publication, work with mul-
         PRQ: CMSY-101                                       you wish, and finish this course early.        tiple pages, use advanced features, and create
                                                             You may do all of the work for this            Web documents.
                                                             course at home (except tests). You must             PRQ: CMSY-104.
                                                             come to the college periodically (during
                                                             the days and hours listed below) to take
                                                             both written and computer tests that have
                                                             deadlines for completion. During the times
                                                             below, an instructor will be available to
                                                             help you one-on-one. This course requires
                                                             about 40-50 hours to complete.




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OPEN ENTRY:                                                                                          OPEN ENTRY:
5583 001    -                           ELB301    CMSY-126            Introduction to Internet       1987 001    -                              ELB301
   This class is offered on an open-entry                             (1 credit)                        This class is offered on an open-entry
   basis, which means that you may attend         After successful completion of this course, the       basis, which means that you may attend
   class any of the days and times listed         student will be able to use the Internet to per-      class any of the days and times listed
   below. You may vary your hours from            form simple searches, use e-mail features and         below. You may vary your hours from
   week to week, attend class as often as         post to newsgroups. Familiarity with a comput-        week to week, attend class as often as
   you wish, and finish this course early.        er and file management skills are strongly rec-       you wish, and finish this course early.
   You may do all of the work for this            ommended before enrolling in this course.             You may do all of the work for this
   course at home (except tests). You must        Credit will only be granted for one of the fol-       course at home (except tests). You must
   come to the college periodically (during       lowing: CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.                         come to the college periodically (during
   the days and hours listed below) to take                                                             the days and hours listed below) to take
   both written and computer tests that have      OPEN ENTRY:                                           both written and computer tests that have
                                                  4454 001    -                            ELB301
   deadlines for completion. During the times                                                           deadlines for completion. During the times
                                                     This class is offered on an open-entry
   below, an instructor will be available to                                                            below, an instructor will be available to
                                                     basis, which means that you may attend
   help you one-on-one. This course requires                                                            help you one-on-one. This course requires
                                                     class any of the days and times listed
   about 40-50 hours to complete.                                                                       about 40-50 hours to complete.
                                                     below. You may vary your hours from
   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                                                                   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                     week to week, attend class as often as
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                     you wish, and finish this course early.
   Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                                                                Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                     You may do all of the work for this
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00                                                          Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
                                                     course at home. You must come to the
   to 8:50                                                                                              to 8:50
                                                     college once (during the days and hours
   Friday 8 to 12                                                                                       Friday 8 to 12
                                                     listed below) to take a written test that
   Fees: $20.00.                                                                                        Fees: $20.00.
                                                     has a deadline for completion. There are
                                                     assignments in this course that also have       ONLINE:
                                                                                                     4470 N090
CMSY-125        Microsoft® FrontPage                 deadlines for completion. During the times
                                                                                                        Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
                                                     below, an instructor will be available to
                (1 credit)                           help you one-on-one. This course requires          Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
After successful completion of this course, the      about 40-50 hours to complete.                     include your name, the semester, the
student will be able to use Microsoft FrontPage      Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                 course and section. You will receive
to create a Web site, customize the appearance       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      specific course instructions from her the
of a Web site, create and maintain hyperlinks,       Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50              week classes start.
work with pictures, create tables and frames,        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00        Fees: $10.00.
and publish a Web site.                              to 8:50
OPEN ENTRY:                                          Friday 8 to 12
4910 001    -                           ELB301       Fees: $20.00.
   This class is offered on an open-entry         ONLINE:
   basis, which means that you may attend         4464 N090
   class any of the days and times listed            Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
   below. You may vary your hours from               Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
   week to week, attend class as often as            include your name, the semester, the
   you wish, and finish this course early.           course and section. You will receive
   You may do all of the work for this               specific course instructions from her the
   course at home (except tests). You must           week classes start.
   come to the college periodically (during          Fees: $10.00.
   the days and hours listed below) to take
   both written and computer tests that have
   deadlines for completion. During the times     CMSY-127            Microsoft® Outlook
   below, an instructor will be available to                          (1 credit)
   help you one-on-one. This course requires
                                                  After successful completion of this course, the
   about 40-50 hours to complete.                                                                                           KEY
                                                  student will be able to use Microsoft Outlook to
   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                  send and receive e mails, organize schedules        COURSE #
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                  and events, and maintain contact lists, tasks,
   Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                  and notes. THE COMPLETION OF THIS
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00                                                        ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                  COURSE MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS TO SIT
   to 8:50                                                                                            The study of impedance networks, network
                                                  FOR THE MICROSOFT CERTIFIED APPLICA-
   Friday 8 to 12                                                                                     theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                  TION SPECIALIST EXAM.
   Fees: $20.00.                                                                                      plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                                                                        PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                      2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
                                                                                                      2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

                                                                                                      INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                       NO.
                                                                                                                                   DAY(S)
                                                                                                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                      For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         DAY:                                                LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     CMSY-128        Introduction to HTML                1969   001    9:30AM-10:50AM    MW        ELB306    6040 J052 6:00PM-9:30PM        TH        LCTBA
                     (1 credit)                          1949   002    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW        ELB306       Fees: $50.00.
                                                         5879   003    12:30PM-1:50PM    MW        ELB306
     After successful completion of this course, the     3518   005    8:00AM-8:52AM     MWF       ELB306
     student will be able to create a Web page using     1994   006    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH       ELB304    CMSY-129H Principles of Internet
     HTML, control the format of the page, and add       1982   007    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH       ELB304
     graphics to the page. Additional topics covered     1958   008    12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH       ELB306              Seminar - HONORS
     are ordered and unordered lists, forms, and ta-     1953   009    9:30AM-12:20PM    F         ELB306    This seminar is open to students enrolled in
     bles.                                                  Fees: $50.00.                                    CMSY-129. Participants in the seminar will meet
     OPEN ENTRY:                                         EVENING:                                            for an additional 80 minutes, once per week,
     1988 001    -                             ELB301    1971 050      6:30PM-9:20PM     W         ELB304    for 10 weeks. They will discuss and present in-
        This class is offered on an open-entry              Fees: $50.00.                                    formation from references that they are using
        basis, which means that you may attend           ONLINE:                                             to write a paper for their regular class on some
        class any of the days and times listed           1901 N090                                           topic about Internet usage. This seminar be-
        below. You may vary your hours from                 A basic understanding of and access to           gins on 9/10/08 and ends on 11/12/08.
        week to week, attend class as often as              the Internet and WWW browsing capability                     2:00PM-3:20PM      W         ELB330
        you wish, and finish this course early.             are required. After you have registered, go
        You may do all of the work for this                 to the Distance Learning Homepage on             CMSY-132        Introduction to Windows
        course at home (except tests). You must             the HCC homepage and click on the link
        come to the college periodically (during            “Checklist for Registered Online Students”                       (1 credit)
        the days and hours listed below) to take            for important information about your             Learn to use Explorer, Accessories, and keep
        both written and computer tests that have           course. This course has a required on-           the Desktop organized. Familiarity with a com-
        deadlines for completion. During the times          campus orientation on Saturday, August           puter is strongly recommended.
        below, an instructor will be available to           23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,           OPEN ENTRY:
        help you one-on-one. This course requires           exact time and room TBA. THIS SECTION            1905 001    -                            ELB301
        about 40-50 hours to complete.                      RUNS THE FULL SEMESTER. Elluminate                  This class is offered on an open-entry
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                  Live will be used every Thursday at 7:00-           basis, which means that you may attend
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       8:00pm for live web conferencing with               class any of the days and times listed
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               voice, video, chat, and desktop sharing for         below. You may vary your hours from
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00         virtual lectures, instructions, questions,          week to week, attend class as often as
        to 8:50                                             discussion, and code debugging. Thursday,           you wish, and finish this course early.
        Friday 8 to 12                                      11:00am-12:00 pm is an alternative time             You may do all of the work for this
        Fees: $20.00.                                       for office hours and questions. At this             course at home (except tests). You must
     ONLINE:                                                time, students can share ideas among                come to the college periodically (during
     4110 N090 -                                            themselves as well. Students should have            the days and hours listed below) to take
        Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy             a broadband connection to the Internet,             both written and computer tests that have
        Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;           such as Cable, DSL, or FiOS. Students               deadlines for completion. During the times
        include your name, the semester, the                should also have headsets plugged into              below, an instructor will be available to
        course and section. You will receive                their computer. Webcam optional.                    help you one-on-one. This course requires
        specific course instructions from her the        1946   N091                                            about 40-50 hours to complete.
        week classes start.                                 A basic understanding of and access to              Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
        Fees: $10.00.                                       the Internet and WWW browsing capability            Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                            are required. After you have registered, go         Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                            to the Distance Learning Homepage on                Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
     CMSY-129        Principles of Internet                 the HCC homepage and click on the link              to 8:50
                     (3 credits)                            “Checklist for Registered Online Students”          Friday 8 to 12
                                                            for important information about your                Fees: $20.00.
     In this course students learn about popular in-        course. This course has a required on-
     ternet tools and applications as well as the un-                                                        ONLINE:
                                                            campus orientation on Saturday, August
     derlying technologies. Students also learn how                                                          4466 N090 -
                                                            23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,
     to evaluate information on the internet for iden-                                                          Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
                                                            exact time and room TBA. THIS SECTION
     tifying and protecting their computers and per-                                                            Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
                                                            RUNS AUG. 23 - OCT. 10. Elluminate Live
     sonal information from security threats, hoaxes,                                                           include your name, the semester, the
                                                            will be used every Thursday at 7:00-8:00
     and scams. The class also introduces ecom-                                                                 course and section. You will receive
                                                            pm for live web conferencing with voice,
     merce, including intellectual property. Students                                                           specific course instructions from her the
                                                            video, chat, and desktop sharing for virtual
     also learn how to create web pages with                                                                    week classes start.
                                                            lectures, instructions, questions, discussion,
     XHTML. Familiarity with a computer, file man-                                                              Fees: $10.00.
                                                            and code debugging. Thursday, 11:00am-
     agement skills, and touch typing are strongly          12:00 pm is an alternative time for office
     recommended for success in this class. Cred-
     it will only be granted for one of the following:
                                                            hours and questions. At this time, students      CMSY-134        Introduction to Operating
                                                            can share ideas among themselves as
     CMSY-126 or CMSY-129. (3 hours weekly)                 well. Students should have a broadband
                                                                                                                             Systems (1 credit)
                                                            connection to the Internet, such as Cable,       After successful completion of this course, the
                                                            DSL, or FiOS. Students should also have          student will be able to define and explain the
                                                            headsets plugged into their computer.            purpose of basic MS-DOS Command Line and
                                                            Webcam optional.                                 Windows. In addition, students will be able to
                                                            Fees: $30.00.                                    demonstrate proficiency in file management
                                                                                                             concepts in both MS-DOS and Windows. This


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course is designed to meet the needs of stu-          Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               EVENING:
dents who want to work toward A+ certifica-           Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    1921 050     7:30PM-9:50PM      MW         ELB318
tion.                                                 Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               Fees: $50.00.
OPEN ENTRY:                                           Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
1903 001    -                            ELB301       to 8:50
                                                      Friday 8 to 12
                                                                                                       CMSY-142        Operating System
   This class is offered on an open-entry
   basis, which means that you may attend             Fees: $20.00.                                                    Fundamentals I (1 credit)
   class any of the days and times listed          ONLINE:                                             After successful completion of this course, the
   below. You may vary your hours from             4111 N090 -                                         student will be able to identify and use the
   week to week, attend class as often as             Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy          functions, structure, and major system files of
   you wish, and finish this course early.            Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;        operating systems. This will include proce-
   You may do all of the work for this                include your name, the semester, the             dures for creating, reviewing, and managing
   course at home (except tests). You must            course and section. You will receive             files, directories, and disks. This course is de-
   come to the college periodically (during           specific course instructions from her the        signed to meet the needs of students who want
   the days and hours listed below) to take           week classes start.                              to work toward A+ certification.
   both written and computer tests that have          Fees: $10.00.                                         PRQ: CMSY-134
   deadlines for completion. During the times                                                          OPEN ENTRY:
   below, an instructor will be available to                                                           4189 001    -                              ELB301
   help you one-on-one. This course requires       CMSY-138          Information Systems &                This class is offered on an open-entry
   about 40-50 hours to complete.                                    Computer App (3 credits)             basis, which means that you may attend
   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50              This course focuses on knowledge and basic             class any of the days and times listed
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                   concepts of computers and their applications.          below. You may vary your hours from
   Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50           Students will study concepts and techniques ap-        week to week, attend class as often as
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00     plicable to a computer hardware and its func-          you wish, and finish this course early.
   to 8:50                                         tions, computer software, system development           You may do all of the work for this
   Friday 8 to 12                                  life cycles, computer programming, data man-           course at home (except tests). You must
   Fees: $20.00.                                   agement, telecommunications, organizational            come to the college periodically (during
ONLINE:                                            and user support systems, information process-         the days and hours listed below) to take
4467 N090                                          ing management, and social and ethical issues.         written tests that have deadlines for
   Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy                                                                completion. During the times below, an
                                                   CAMPUSWEB:
   Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;       1947 C090 7:30PM-8:50PM        W         ELBTBA        instructor will be available to help you
   include your name, the semester, the               A CampusWeb course is an ideal                      one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
   course and section. You will receive               combination of classroom interaction with           50 hours to complete.
   specific course instructions from her the          the use of online resources. Because so             Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
   week classes start.                                many of the course interactions are                 Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   Fees: $10.00.                                      conducted online, the amount of class               Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                      meeting time is half that of the traditional        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
                                                      onsite version of the course. Students may          to 8:50
CMSY-136        Integrated Software                                                                       Friday 8 to 12
                                                      use computers in the campus computer
                Applications (1 credit)               labs or use their home computers with               Fees: $20.00.
After successful completion of this course, the       Internet access to complete online course        ONLINE:
student will be able to use the integration fea-      activities. See www.howardcc.edu/distance        4112 N090 -
tures of Microsoft Office to copy, paste, link,       for more information including complete             Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
and embed files from one program to another           technical specifications for CampusWeb              Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;
using Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.            and online courses.                                 include your name, the semester, the
Basic through advanced integration skills are         Fees: $25.00.                                       course and section. You will receive
covered.                                                                                                  specific course instructions from her the
    PRQ: CMSY-101, CMSY-103, CMSY-104,                                                                    week classes start.
    CMSY-116, and CMSY-126.                        CMSY-141          Computer Science I                   Fees: $10.00.
OPEN ENTRY:                                                          (4 credits)
4496 001    -                            ELB301    This course provides an introduction to the C++                            KEY
   This class is offered on an open-entry          programming methodology from algorithm de-           COURSE #
   basis, which means that you may attend          velopment and documentation to object-orient-
   class any of the days and times listed          ed programming. Upon successful completion,
   below. You may vary your hours from                                                                  ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                   students will be able to write programs of mod-
   week to week, attend class as often as          erate complexity and length which include stan-      The study of impedance networks, network
   you wish, and finish this course early.         dard data types, control structures, user written    theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
   You may do all of the work for this             and library functions, arrays, structures, recur-    plications of capacitors and inductors.
   course at home. There are no tests in this      sion, stream I/O, and simple classes and ob-           PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   course; however, there are assignments          jects. Students should be familiar with Windows      2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
   that have deadlines for completion. During                                                           2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                   file management before enrolling in this course.
   the times below, an instructor will be               PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH-181 and el-
   available to help you one-on-one. This                                                               INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                        igible to enroll in ENGL-121.                    NO.
   course requires about 40-50 hours to                                                                                              DAY(S)
                                                   DAY:
   complete.                                       1920 001     9:30AM-11:50AM    TTH        ELB318     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                      Fees: $50.00.                                     For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     CMSY-143        Operating System                   CMSY-148        Advanced HTML                     CMSY-151         Principles of Internet
                     Fundamentals II                                    (3 credits)                                        II(Professional)
                     (1 credit)                         This course presents in-depth coverage of                          (3 credits)
     After successful completion of this course, the    HTML and XHTML. Students will learn the           This course covers skills and knowledge re-
     student will be able to explain how to support     structure and syntax of XHTML, including cas-     quired for entry-level careers working with the
     hard drives, manage memory, maintain, and          cading style sheets, dynamic Web pages using      Internet. Students who successfully complete
     troubleshoot Windows. This course is de-           JavaScript and DHTML, and the creation and        the class will gain a knowledge of internet
     signed to meet the needs of students who want      use of XML documents. the course also reviews     client applications, Web programming and de-
     to work toward A+ certification.                   formatting text, incorporating graphics, adding   velopment, computer networking infrastructure
         PRQ: CMSY-142                                  interactive forms, creating tables, advanced      of the internet, internet security and e-com-
                                                        Web page structuring, and Web page design.        merce technology and business concepts. This
     OPEN ENTRY:
                                                        Familiarity with basic HTML is assumed.           knowledge is tested in the CompTIA i-Net+ cer-
     4188 001    -                            ELB301
                                                            PRQ: CMSY-128 or CMSY-129                     tification exam.
        This class is offered on an open-entry
        basis, which means that you may attend          DAY:                                                   PRQ: CMSY-129
        class any of the days and times listed          4917 001    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW        ELB302
                                                                                                          DAY:
        below. You may vary your hours from                A basic understanding of and access to         1913 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW         ELB304
        week to week, attend class as often as             the Internet and WWW browsing capability          Fees: $50.00.
        you wish, and finish this course early.            are required. After you have registered, go
        You may do all of the work for this                to the Distance Learning Homepage on
        course at home (except tests). You must            the HCC homepage and click on the link         CMSY-153         Introduction to Flash
        come to the college periodically (during           “Checklist for Registered Online Students”                      (3 credits)
        the days and hours listed below) to take           for important information about your
                                                           course. Elluminate Live will be used every     This course will provide students with the skills
        written tests that have deadlines for                                                             to design and develop interactive computer ma-
        completion. During the times below, an             Wednesday at 6:30 pm-8:00 pm for live
                                                           web conferencing with voice, video, chat,      terials for web sites, education and business
        instructor will be available to help you                                                          training, and other multimedia projects using
        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-         and desktop sharing for virtual lectures,
                                                           instructions, questions, discussion, and       Macromedia Flash. Students will master the
        50 hours to complete.                                                                             basics of drawing and creating animations.
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                 code debugging. Thursday, 11:00am-12:00
                                                           pm is an alternative time for office hours     Then students will learn how to add buttons
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                                                                     and sounds, manage assets using the library,
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50              and questions. At this time, students can
                                                           share ideas among themselves as well.          organize projects in scenes, and apply basic
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00                                                       ActionScript statements. Finally, students will
        to 8:50                                            Students should have a broadband
                                                           connection to the Internet, such as Cable,     learn how to use bitmaps, gradients, and pub-
        Friday 8 to 12                                                                                    lish movies with Flash. Familiarity and experi-
        Fees: $20.00.                                      DSL, or FiOS. Students should also have
                                                           headsets plugged into their computer.          ence with the World Wide Web is assumed.
     ONLINE:                                                                                              Computer file management skills and introduc-
     4113 N090 -
                                                           Webcam optional.
                                                           Fees: $50.00.                                  tory HTML skills are needed for success in this
        Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy                                                           class.
        Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;       ONLINE:
                                                        1965 N090                                         DAY:
        include your name, the semester, the                                                              5646 001     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        ELB302
        course and section. You will receive               A basic understanding of and access to
                                                           the Internet and WWW browsing capability          Fees: $50.00.
        specific course instructions from her the
        week classes start.                                are required. After you have registered, go
        Fees: $10.00.                                      to the Distance Learning Homepage on           CMSY-162         Introduction to Network
                                                           the HCC homepage and click on the link
                                                           “Checklist for Registered Online Students”                      Security Systems
     CMSY-147        Introduction to Web Site              for important information about your                            (3 credits)
                     Authoring (3 credits)                 course. Elluminate Live will be used every     This course is designed to introduce students
                                                           Wednesday at 6:30-8:00 pm for live web         to the fundamentals of network security in
     This course introduces students to software for       conferencing with voice, video, chat, and
     creating web sites, including GUI HTML pro-                                                          preparation for advanced courses. It will give
                                                           desktop sharing for virtual lectures,          students a solid foundation for understanding
     grams, web image creation software, and mul-          instructions, questions, discussion, and
     timedia creation for the web. It also introduces                                                     different security technologies and how they
                                                           code debugging. Thursday, 11:00am-12:00        function. They will also be able to design a
     principles of web site design. Students should        pm is an alternative time for office hours
     be able to type 15wpm and perform basic com-                                                         basic network with the proper network security
                                                           and questions. At this time, students can      structures in place. This course is designed as
     puter file management tasks, including organiz-       share ideas among themselves as well.
     ing files in folders, moving, copying, and                                                           an entry-level. Information Assurance class, but
                                                           Students should have a broadband               it is highly recommended that students have a
     deleting files.                                       connection to the Internet, such as Cable,     background in computer and network adminis-
     DAY:                                                  DSL, or FiOS. Students should also have        tration. After taking this course, students should
     1950 001    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH       ELB306       headsets plugged into their computer.          be prepared to take the CompTIA Security+
        Fees: $50.00.                                      Webcam optional.                               exam. A good understanding of the Windows
     EXPRESS:                                              Fees: $30.00.                                  and Linux operating system, and TCP/IP proto-
     1952 P050   6:30PM-8:20PM      TTH       ELB306
                                                                                                          col, or an extensive background in/network ad-
        CMSY-147-P050 meets 8/26/08 - 11/06/08.                                                           ministration is highly recommended. (3 hours
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                     lecture, 1 hour lab)




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DAY:                                                EVENING:
8349 001     9:00AM-12:50PM     W         ELB319    8356 050     6:00PM-9:50PM     TH         ELB318    CMSY-190         Introduction to Visual
8350 051     6:00PM-9:50PM      F         ELB319    8357 051     6:00PM-9:50PM     F          ELB323                     Basic.NET (3 credits)
   Fees: $50.00.                                       Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                        This course will give students an introduction
EVENING:                                                                                                to Visual Basic. Students will write several proj-
8351 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      T         ELB322
   Fees: $50.00.                                    CMSY-171          Computer Science II               ects during the course. Students should be fa-
                                                                                                        miliar with Windows file management before
EXPRESS:                                                              (4 credits)                       enrolling in this course.
8352 P050    6:00PM-9:50PM      MW                  This course provides data structure implemen-           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121 and
   CMSY-162-P050 meets from 8/25/08 -               tation in C++ including dynamic arrays, linked          MATH-061.
   10/15/08.                                        lists, binary trees, and various search algo-       DAY:
   Fees: $50.00.                                    rithms. Advanced object-oriented programming        1931 001     2:00PM-3:50PM      TTH        ELB323
                                                    concepts and development will also be cov-             Fees: $50.00.
                                                    ered, including composite classes and inheri-
CMSY-163        Introduction to Firewalls           tance, operator and function overloading,
                                                                                                        EVENING:
                                                                                                        1960 051     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW         ELB318
                and Internet Security               encapsulation and polymorphism.                        Fees: $50.00.
                (3 credits)                              PRQ: CMSY-141
                                                                                                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
This course is designed to give students expe-      EVENING:                                            3525 J052 6:00PM-10:00PM        TH          LCTBA
                                                    1985 051     6:00PM-10:50PM    TH         ELB320
rience with firewall hardware and software. Dif-                                                           Fees: $50.00.
                                                       Fees: $50.00.
ferent firewall systems will be illustrated, and
students will be given the opportunity to install
and configure them. The course is designed                                                              CMSY-195         Intermediate Visual
                                                    CMSY-178          Introduction to Database
with a network administrator in mind. An ex-                                                                             Basic.NET (3 credits)
tensive background in network administration,                         Application Development
                                                                                                        This course will cover intermediate coding tech-
or a computer professional with an MCSE or                            (3 credits)                       niques and allow students to incorporate pow-
equivalent would have adequate background           This course is designed to give students the        erful graphical controls into their programs.
knowledge for waiver.                               knowledge and experience to be proficient           Major topics include: database access, mouse
    PRQ: CMSY-162. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour         database developers. The student will learn the     and keyboard events, grid controls, the Multiple
    lab)                                            fundamentals of relational databases and the        Document Interface and object variables and
DAY:                                                kinds of applications that are suited to them.      collections. Students should be familiar with a
8353 001     9:00AM-12:50PM     T         ELB320    Project management for database application         database such as Access before enrolling in
   Fees: $50.00.                                    design and development will be emphasized.          this course.
EVENING:                                            Students will learn to create and use database          PRQ: CMSY-190
8354 051     6:00PM-9:50PM      TH        ELB302    objects according to project requirement. The       EVENING:
   Fees: $50.00.                                    student will use Microsoft Access 2000 and Vi-      1977 050     6:00PM-10:00PM     TH         ELB322
EXPRESS:                                            sual Basic for applications (VBA).                     Fees: $50.00.
8355 P050    6:00PM-9:50PM      MW        ELB319        PRQ: CMSY-110
   CMSY-163-P050 meets from 10/20/08 -              EVENING:
   12/15/08.                                        5095 050     6:00PM-10:00PM    TH         ELB304
   Fees: $50.00.                                       Fees: $50.00.


CMSY-164        Intro. to Intrusion                 CMSY-181          Introduction to C++
                Detection Systems                                     Programming (4 credits)
                (3 credits)                         This course provides an introduction to the C++
From this introduction to intrusion detection       programming methodology-from algorithm de-
systems, students will develop a solid founda-      velopment and documentation to object-orient-
tion for understanding IDS and how they func-       ed programming. Upon successful completion,
tion.    This course will give students a           students will be able to write programs of mod-
background in the technology of detecting net-      erate complexity and length which include stan-                            KEY
work attacks. It will introduce all the concepts    dard data types, control structures, user written
                                                    and library functions, arrays, structures, recur-    COURSE #
and procedures used for IDS (Intrusion Detec-
tion Systems) and IPS (Intrusion Prevention         sion, stream I/O, and simple classes and ob-
Systems). Students will have hands-on experi-       jects. Students should be familiar with Windows      ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
ence with implementing and configuring soft-        file management before enrolling in this course.     The study of impedance networks, network
ware and hardware based IDS in a network                 PRQ: CMSY-121 or CMSY-190 or CMSY-220           theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
infrastructure. This course is designed with a      DAY:                                                 plications of capacitors and inductors.
network administrator in mind. A fairly exten-      1948 001     9:30AM-11:50AM    TTH        ELB318       PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
sive background in network administration, or          Fees: $50.00.                                     2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
a computer professional with an MCSE or             EVENING:                                             2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
equivalent would have adequate background           1955 050     7:30PM-9:50PM     MW         ELB318
knowledge for waiver.                                  Fees: $50.00.                                     INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                          NO.
    PRQ: CMSY-162 or CMSY-163 or waiver             LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                            DAY(S)
    based on equivalent knowledge or experi-        3526 M051 6:00PM-10:00PM       W          LCTBA      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
    ence. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab)                Fees: $50.00.                                     For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     CMSY-199        Introduction to Java                CMSY-203         Introduction to PHP                 CMSY-255         Introduction to Unix
                     (3 credits)                                          (3 credits)                                          (3 credits)
     Upon completion of this course, students will       PHP is an open source server-side scripting lan-     This course provides an introduction to Unix
     be able to demonstrate an understanding of the      guage used to create dynamic, data-driven Web        using the Linux operating system. Upon suc-
     Java programming language and skills in the         sites for such applications as web-based con-        cessful completion of the course, the student
     development and use of Java applets and ap-         tent management and display systems. It per-         will be able to work with the Unix shell to
     plications using the Java Development Kit           forms many of the same functions as ASP and          maintain and utilize Unix file systems, to con-
     (JDK).                                              ColdFusion. In this course students will learn       figure the shell environment, and to write Unix
         PRQ: CMSY-141 or CMSY-181 or CMSY-190.          how to use several features of this scripting lan-   shell scripts. An introduction to the X-Window
     EVENING:                                            guage. Students will write scripting code within     GUI environment will also be provided.
     1959 050     6:00PM-10:00PM     M         ELB320    the class and in assignments outside of class.           PRQ: CMSY-219
        Fees: $50.00.                                        PRQ: (CMSY 128 or CMSY-129) AND                  EXPRESS:
                                                             (CMSY-103 or CMSY-110)                           5099 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH        ELB319
                                                         EVENING:                                                This section meets from 8/26/08 to
     CMSY-201        Computer Systems Work               3519 050     6:30PM-9:20PM      W          ELB302       10/09/08.
                     Experience I (3-4 credits)             Fees: $50.00.                                        Fees: $50.00.
     Supervised work experience which relates di-
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     CMSY-217         Intermediate Java                   CMSY-256         Linux Server
     must receive prior approval to register for this
     work experience course. Call the Career Center                       (3 credits)                                          Administration
     (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.          This intermediate Java course covers some top-                        (3 credits)
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           ics from Introduction to Java in more depth          This course provides the core foundation for
         three credits should select Section 050.        and also introduces more advanced topics.            supporting Linux. Each student will install a
         Those registering for four credits should se-   Upon completion of this course, students will        Linux server and use the server to learn Unix
         lect Section 051. Students may still register   be able to demonstrate solid skill in the fun-       shell scripts, user account administration, sys-
         after the semester begins.                      damentals of Java programming language and           tem initialization, print queue configuration, the
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        an understanding of some advanced features           CRON facility, network configuration, and the
         better grade point and demonstration of         such as JAVA I/O, Multithreading, Networking,        installation and configuration of network servic-
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is     JDBC and database connectivity, Remote Ob-           es such as HTTP and FTP.
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-       jects, Advanced AWT, Java Beans, Swing, and              PRQ: CMSY-255
         ter (Room RCF-302).                             Java Servlets.
                                                                                                              EXPRESS:
     EVENING:                                                PRQ: CMSY-199                                    5090 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH        ELB319
     5816 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305    EVENING:                                                This section meets from 10/16/08 to
     5817 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305    3521 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      W          ELB320       12/04/08.
        Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $50.00.                                        Fees: $50.00.

     CMSY-202        Computer Systems Work               CMSY-218         Operating System                    CMSY-262         Introduction to
                     Experience II (3-4 credits)                          Fundamentals (3 credits)                             Encryption & Vpn
     Supervised work experience which relates di-        Learn how to use the Command Prompt (DOS)                             Technology (3 credits)
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     and Windows operating systems to create, view,
     must receive prior approval to register for this    and manage files, directories, and disks. Other      This course will instruct students how to iden-
     work experience course. Call the Career Center      topics include file attributes, supporting and       tify and apply principles of encryption, as well
     (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.          troubleshooting Windows, and hard drive main-        as the methodology to install and validate a
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           tenance. This course includes beginning              VPN. The concepts of virtual private networks
         three credits should select Section 050.        through advanced operating system concepts           and data encryption will become part of the
         Those registering for four credits should se-   designed to prepare you to take the operating        student’s skill set. This course is designed with
         lect Section 051. Students may still register   system part of the A+ certification exam.            a network administrator in mind. A fairly ex-
         after the semester begins.                                                                           tensive background in network administration,
                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or                                                             or a computer professional with an MCSE or
                                                         1350 M050 6:00PM-9:40PM         M          LCTBA
         better grade point and demonstration of                                                              equivalent would have adequate background
                                                            Fees: $50.00.
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is                                                          knowledge for waiver.
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-                                                                 PRQ: CMSY-162 and CMSY-163 (3 hours
         ter (Room RCF-302).                             CMSY-219         Microcomputer Operating                  lecture, 1 hour lab)
     EVENING:                                                             Systems DOS (3 credits)             EVENING:
     5818 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305                                                         8358 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      T          ELB318
                                                         An understanding of the operating system of a           Fees: $50.00.
     5819 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
                                                         microcomputer will be developed in this
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                         course. The student will learn how to maintain,
                                                         use and configure a personal computer operat-        CMSY-263         Hardening the Network
                                                         ing system.                                                           Infrastructure (3 credits)
                                                             PRQ: CMSY-110 or CADD-101.
                                                                                                              Hardening the Network Infrastructure is de-
                                                         EVENING:
                                                                                                              signed to teach students how to properly se-
                                                         1927 050     7:30PM-10:00PM     TTH        ELB321
                                                                                                              cure critical network systems. Students will use
                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                              various tools to audit a network, in order to de-


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termine where network vulnerabilities exist.       ment technique for creating web applications
Once these weaknesses are documented, the          with greater client side interactivity, such as       CRES-201         Conflict and Process
student will harden their network infrastructure   maps. Ajax includes HTML, XHTML, Cascading                             (3 credits)
to avoid breaches into their respective systems.   Style Sheets (CSS) and Dynamic HTML, in               Introduces students to the distinction between
End Point security aspects will be discussed for   combination with auxiliary technologies like          the content of conflict and the process of con-
a holistic security solution. This course is de-   XML and XSLT. These are organized by                  flict management and resolution. Considers the
signed with a network security professional in     JavaScript. Prerequisite: CMSY-148 OR                 range of processes available from both theoret-
mind. An extensive background focused in net-      [CMSY-128 AND (CMSY-100 OR CMSY-103)] (3              ical and practical viewpoints. Emphasizes role
work security administration, or a computer        hours weekly)                                         play and application of skills in negotiation, me-
professional with an MCSE or equivalent would      EVENING:                                              diation and facilitation.
have adequate background knowledge for waiv-       8183 050     6:00PM-8:50PM       T          ELB302         PRQ: CRES-155.
er.                                                   Fees: $50.00.                                      EVENING:
    PRQ: CMSY 163 and CMSY 164 (3 hours                                                                  8926 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      W          ELB216
    lecture, 1 hour lab)
EVENING:
                                                   CMSY-925          Information Technology
                                                                     in Political Campaigns
8359 050    6:00PM-9:50PM
   Fees: $50.00.
                               M         ELB304
                                                                     (3 credits)                         COOPERATIVE
                                                   This course will educate political science stu-       EDUCATION
CMSY-264        CISSP Preparation                  dents, information technology students, and
                (3 credits)                        others about the role of the Internet and data-       COOP-150         Job Search: Skills and
                                                   base technologies on democratic political cam-
The Computer Information Systems Security          paigns, primarily in the United States. Students                       Techniques (1 credit)
Professional (CISSP) designation is particularly   will examine the opportunities and challenges         This course is a preparation for employment
useful for those who are focused on managing       of how these technologies are being used for          where the student will study practical job
either process or people responsible for activi-   fundraising, educating and mobilizing volun-          searching techniques, develop a current resume
ties related to the design, implementation and     teers, polling, attacking the credibility of oppo-    and develop practical interview skills.
administration of an information security infra-   nents, fact checking, target mailings on issues,
structure. Topics will include practical aspects                                                         DAY:
                                                   web videos, social networking web sites, fo-          5833 050     2:00PM-4:00PM      T          RCF305
of law and forensics, physical and operations      rums, blogs, and more. Students will also be             Fees: $15.00.
security, technical elements of networking and     asked to imagine further information technolo-
encryption and basic tenets of access control,     gy political applications. The course will re-
security models and management practices.          quire the use of the Internet and databases with      COOP-160         Portfolio Development
Upon completion of the course, the student will    voter data used by political campaigns. Also
have a framework necessary to successfully
                                                                                                                          (3 credits)
                                                   listed as POLI-925.
complete the CISSP exam. Three to four years                                                             This course is designed for students interested
                                                   DAY:                                                  in assessing their prior learning by developing
of related experience are needed to sit for this   1996 001     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH        ELB323
exam. Testing instruments similar to the CISSP                                                           a portfolio. Through this course students will
                                                      Fees: $50.00.                                      learn how to collect, organize, document and
examination will be used to demonstrate com-
prehension during midterm and noncumulative        EVENING:                                              verify evidence of prior learning.
                                                   2026 050     6:30PM-9:20PM       W          ELB229    PRQ: ENGL-121 and consent of the instructor.
final exams. (3 hours weekly)
                                                      Fees: $50.00.
EVENING:                                                                                                 DAY:
1416 050    6:00PM-9:00PM      W         ELB321                                                          5834 051     6:30PM-9:30PM      T           HR244
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                            Fees: $25.00.
                                                   CONFLICT
CMSY-281        Advanced C++                       RESOLUTION
                Programming (4 credits)
This course provides data structure implemen-      CRES-155          Introduction to Conflict
tation in C++ including dynamic arrays, linked                       Resolution (3 credits)
lists, binary trees, and various search algo-
rithms. Advanced object-oriented programming       The course will introduce students to both dif-                              KEY
                                                   ferent perspectives on conflict and different
concepts and development will also be cov-                                                                COURSE #
                                                   strategies for resolving conflict. Conflict will be
ered, including composite classes and inheri-
                                                   explored in different contexts, including inter-
tance, operator and function overloading,                                                                 ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                   group conflict, cross-cultural conflict, and inter-
encapsulation and polymorphism.
                                                   national conflict, with an emphasis on                 The study of impedance networks, network
     PRQ: CMSY-181
                                                   interpersonal conflict. Most importantly, stu-         theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
EVENING:                                           dents will be asked to reflect on their own style
1984 051    6:00PM-10:50PM     TH        ELB320                                                           plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                   of conflict resolution and the pertinence of the         PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   Fees: $50.00.                                   material covered to conflict resolution in their       2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
                                                   own lives. Course content will include experi-         2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
CMSY-911        Introduction to AJAX               ential learning and role play.
                                                       Also listed as HEED-155.                           INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                (3 credits)                                                                                NO.
                                                   EVENING:                                                                            DAY(S)
This course introduces students to AJAX, Asyn-     6230 950     4:30PM-7:20PM       M         RCF232      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
chronous JavaScript and XML. Students will
learn how to use this group of web develop-                                                               For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                                                                              and their relationship to police, judicial, cor-
     COOP-190         Internship I (1-2 credit)           COOP-202         Cooperative Education              rectional and legislative institutions.
     Upon completion of this course, students will                         Work Experience II (3-             EVENING:
     have enhanced skills by linking concepts and                          4 credits)                         3852 950     7:30PM-10:20PM     W        ELB100B
     theories with application and understanding
     through experiential opportunities in a work         Supervised work experience which relates di-
     place setting. Students must receive prior ap-       rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     CRIM-103        Juvenile Delinquency
                                                          must receive prior approval to register for this
     proval to register for this work experience
                                                          work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                                                                                              (3 credits)
     course. Call the Career Center (410-772-4840)
                                                          (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.          This course will provide an introduction to the
     to schedule an appointment.
                                                              PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           field of juvenile crime, and the history of its
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one
                                                              three credits should select Section 050.        treatment. Special attention will be given to
         credit should select Section 050. Those reg-
                                                              Those registering for four credits should se-   trends in youth crime, developments in juvenile
         istering for two credits should select Section
                                                              lect Section 051. Students may still register   law and evolving correctional practices.
         051. Students may still register after the se-
         mester begins.                                       after the semester begins.                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                              PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        4321 M960 6:00PM-10:30PM        F         LCTBA
     DAY:                                                                                                                8:15AM-5:30PM        S         LCTBA
                                                              better grade point and demonstration of
     5812 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305                                                           This section meets November 7-8, 21-22,
     5813 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305        pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                              to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          December 5-6 2008.
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                              ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                          EVENING:                                            CRIM-105        Introduction to
     COOP-191         Internship II (1-2 credit)          5810 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
     Upon completion of this course, students will        5811 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305                    Corrections (3 credits)
     have enhanced skills by linking concepts and            Fees: $25.00.                                    This course is an introduction to contemporary
     theories with application and understanding                                                              corrections in America. The student will be ex-
     through experiential opportunities in a work                                                             amining the history and evolution of correc-
     place setting. Students must receive prior ap-
     proval to register for this work experience
                                                          CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                    tions, its philosophical and social frameworks,
                                                                                                              community relationships and correctional ad-
     course. Call the Career Center (410-772-4840)                                                            ministration. Prison, parole, probation and re-
     to schedule an appointment.                          CRIM-101         Introduction to Criminal           habilitation strategies will also be studied.
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one                         Justice (3 credits)                    PRQ: CRIM-101
         credit should select Section 050. Those reg-                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                          This course will provide an introduction to the
         istering for two credits should select Section                                                       3865 J950 6:00PM-9:00PM         M         LCTBA
                                                          history and philosophical development of crim-      3866 J961 9:00AM-12:15PM        S         LCTBA
         051. Students may still register after the se-
                                                          inal justice and law enforcement. The student          “Saturday class begins on September 6,
         mester begins.
                                                          also will examine the requirements and oppor-          2008.”
         PRQ: C or better in COOP-190.
                                                          tunities in this field of study.
     DAY:
     5814 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305    DAY:
     5815 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305    3850   901   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF          TA4    CRIM-190        Criminal Justice
                                                          3858   902   3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH          TA4                    Internship I (3-4 credits)
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                          3859   903   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB308
                                                          3862   904   9:00AM-11:50AM     F           N105    Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                                                                              rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     COOP-201         Cooperative Education               EVENING:
                                                                                                              must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                          3860 951     6:00PM-7:20PM      MW       ELB100B
                      Work Experience I (3-                                                                   work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                      4 credits)                          3863 J905 6:00PM-9:00PM         W         LCTBA
                                                                                                              (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
                                                          2885 M960 6:00PM-10:30PM        F         LCTBA         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                                     8:15AM-5:30PM        S         LCTBA         three credits should select Section 950.
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                             Class meets: September 5-6, 19-20, 26-27,            Those registering for four credits should se-
     must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                             2008.                                                lect Section 951. Students may still register
     work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                          ONLINE:
                                                                                                                  after the semester begins.
     (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
                                                          3861 N990 -                                             PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
                                                             A basic understanding of and access to               better grade point and demonstration of
         three credits should select Section 050.
                                                             the Internet and WWW browsing capability             pre-employment skills. Student placement is
         Those registering for four credits should se-
                                                             are required. After you have registered for          to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
         lect Section 051. Students may still register
                                                             this course, go to the HCC homepage and              ter (Room RCF 302).
         after the semester begins.
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or            click on the link for Distance Learning.         EVENING:
                                                             Please read the information under the            5829 950     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
         better grade point and demonstration of
                                                             heading “Checklist for Registered Online         5830 951     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                             Students” for important information about           Fees: $25.00.
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
         ter (Room RCF-302).                                 your course.
                                                             Fees: $30.00.                                    CRIM-191        Criminal Justice
     EVENING:
     5808 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305                                                                        Internship II (3-4 credits)
     5809 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
                                                          CRIM-102         Criminology (3 credits)            Supervised work experience which relates di-
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                          This course will examine the techniques, meth-      rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                          ods and factors for studying criminal behavior.     must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                          Attention will be given to our criminal laws,


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work experience course. Call the Career Center     coming a professional chef. Topics covered in-
(410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.         clude knife skills, cooking techniques, product     DANC-106         Practicum in
   PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           identification, and an overview of the history                       Choreography,
   three credits should select Section 950.        and careers within the culinary arts profession.                     Performance Or
   Those registering for four credits should se-   DAY:
   lect Section 951. Students may still register   3737 001     9:00AM-11:50AM      W         ST040
                                                                                                                        Production (1 credit)
   after the semester begins.                         Fees: $20.00.                                    Self-directed study of a creative project de-
   PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        EVENING:                                            signed to focus on a specialized area of dance
   better grade point and demonstration of         5550 050     6:00PM-8:50PM       M         ST040    for presentation in a Dance Department pro-
   pre-employment skills. Student placement is        Fees: $20.00.                                    duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in
   to be coordinated through the Career Cen-                                                           production in either stage managing, costume,
   ter (Room RCF 302).                                                                                 set, or lighting design capacities.
EVENING:                                           CMGT-135             Baking and Pastries                Tuition waiver not available for Custom
5831 950    6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305                         (3 credits)                        Class option.
5832 951    6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305                                                        DAY:
                                                   This course focuses on the fundamentals of
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                       5871 701     -
                                                   basic baking. Baking fundamentals include the
                                                                                                          Fees: $10.00.
                                                   process of understanding ingredients, weights
CRIM-200        Law Enforcement and the            and measurements, formula conversion and
                                                   costing of recipes. Students will also use equip-   DANC-110         Ballroom and Latin Dance
                Community (3 credits)              ment associated with baking and develop dif-
This course is a comprehensive survey studying     ferent types of breads, pastries, and pastry
                                                                                                                        (1 credit)
police-community relations. The student will be    related showpieces.                                 This course will focus on training students to
examining the existing complexities and social     DAY:                                                understand and perform basic ballroom and
problems facing today’s law enforcement per-       3365 001     3:00PM-7:50PM       W         ST040    Latin steps, turns, and partnering. Students will
sonnel and the communities they serve. An in-      2855 002     3:00PM-7:50PM       TH        ST040    also learn the rhythms, history, and culture of
ventory of contemporary police-community           7877 003     8:00AM-1:00PM       T         ST040    each style. Students will demonstrate mastery of
relations programs and evaluative methodolo-          Fees: $100.00.                                   these styles through choreographed and non-
gies will be studied.                                                                                  choreographed class performances.
    PRQ: CRIM-101                                                                                      DAY:
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                   CMGT-210             Culinary Management            2542 701     2:00PM-2:52PM      MW        HVPA115
2886 M960 6:00PM-10:30PM       F         LCTBA                          Internship (2 credits)            Fees: $10.00.
           8:15AM-5:30PM       S         LCTBA
                                                   Student will spend at least 240 hours of direct-    WEEKEND:
   Class meets October 3-4, 17-18, 31 and                                                              2541 760     12:30PM-2:20PM     S         HVPA115
                                                   ed study in a chosen area of the culinary in-
   November 1, 2008.                                                                                      Fees: $10.00.
                                                   dustry at an off campus facility. The faculty
                                                   instructor and industry mentor will provide and        Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
CRIM-201        Introduction to Criminal           coordinate course objectives, applicable experi-       option.
                                                   ences and evaluation. Student will maintain a
                Law (3 credits)                    written journal of internship experiences.
Introduction to Criminal Law will introduce the    3369   001   -
student to the history, theory and principles of      PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for this
criminal law. The student will be given an his-       course will need to contact Vinnie Rege
torical perspective of the basic fundamental          at 410-772-4469 or vrege@howardcc.edu
concepts of substantive criminal law. Through         prior to registration to arrange experiences
the identification and analysis of the essential      and locations.
elements of crime, and the rationale underlying       Fees: $30.00.
the criminal law, the student will also be pro-
vided with knowledge necessary for a basic un-
derstanding of statutory and codified criminal
law.                                               DANCE
    PRQ: CRIM-101
DAY:                                               DANC-104             Hip-Hop Dance (1 credit)                               KEY
3857 901    2:00PM-3:20PM      MW          N105                                                         COURSE #
                                                   This course will introduce students to contem-
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                             porary Hip-Hop dance technique. Students will
3868 M950 6:00PM-9:00PM        T         LCTBA     demonstrate hip-hop dance skills through             ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                   warm-ups and choreographed routines. This            The study of impedance networks, network
                                                   class will also explore the culture and music of     theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
CULINARY                                           hip-hop and other related styles of dance such       plications of capacitors and inductors.
MANAGEMENT                                         as African dance, jazz, and pop/culture dance.
                                                   EVENING:
                                                                                                          PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                        2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                   2543 750     5:00PM-6:45PM       M      HVPA115      2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                   2544 751     7:00PM-8:45PM       M      HVPA115
CMGT-101        Introduction to Culinary              Fees: $10.00.                                     INDEX           TIME                  LOCATION
                Arts (3 credits)                      Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass       NO.
This course introduces the student to the field       option.                                                                        DAY(S)
                                                                                                        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
of culinary arts. Students will learn basic fun-
damentals and techniques associated with be-                                                            For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     DANC-115         Musical Theatre Dance               DANC-186         Modern Dance I                    DANC-194        Tap Dance I (2 credits)
                      (2 credits)                                          (2 credits)                       An introduction to the principles of tap dance
     This course will focus on training performers in     An introduction to the basic principles of mod-    technique on a beginning level. Student will
     the various dance styles used in Broadway and        ern dance. Course work includes floorwork and      learn the fundamental steps of tap dance. In-
     off-Broadway musicals. The students will             body alignment as well as discussion of dance      cludes basic one and two sound movements
     demonstrate these dance skills by performing         technique and major modern theories.               performed at the barre and simple rhythmic
     pieces of choreography created by well-known             Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass   combinations in center. Course will trace tap
     musical choreographers such as Gower Cham-               option.                                        dance history.
     pion, Michael Bennett, Agnes de Mille, and Bob                                                              Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
                                                          DAY:
     Fosse. The students will then apply this knowl-                                                             option.
                                                          4513 701    9:30AM-10:50AM     MW      HVPA110
     edge towards a final performance of several             Fees: $20.00.                                   DAY:
     contrasting pieces.                                                                                     5859 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH     HVPA115
                                                                                                                Fees: $20.00.
     DAY:
     1760 701     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH      HVPA115     DANC-190         Dance Appreciation
        Fees: $20.00.                                                      (3 credits)                       DANC-195        Tap Dance II (2 credits)
        Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass      An introductory survey of dance as a perform-
        option.                                                                                              This course is a continuation of DANC-194, Tap
                                                          ing art. Includes various dance forms such as      Dance I, at a higher level of proficiency. A con-
                                                          ballet, modern, jazz and diverse ethnic/folk       tinuation of tap dance technique including com-
     DANC-150         Dance Improvisation                 dances.                                            plex rhythms, tempo, barre and center work.
                                                          DAY:                                               New movements include wings, pull-backs,
                      (3 credits)                         4562 701    3:30PM-4:50PM      MW          A116    multiple-sound steps and advanced turns.
     This course will introduce spontaneous move-            Fees: $10.00.                                   Course will continue tap dance history, style
     ment to the students’ creative process. Students     ONLINE:                                            techniques, and choreographic approaches.
     will gain knowledge of basic Laban and Barte-        8296 N790                                              Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
     nieff movement vocabulary and understand                A basic understanding of and access to              option.
     their own physical habits and individual re-            the Internet and WWW browsing capability            PRQ: DANC-194
     sponses to improvisation exercises. All students        are required. After you have registered, go     DAY:
     will work together to explore themes and ab-            to the Distance Learning Homepage on            2517 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH     HVPA115
     stract movement which will be incorporated              the HCC homepage and click on the link             Fees: $20.00.
     into class performances of group work. This             “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
     course will also focus on dancers’ interpretive         for important information about your
     skills in facial and body expression.                   course.                                         DANC-197        Pilates (1 credit)
         PRQ or Co-Requisite: DANC-181 or DANC-              Fees: $30.00.                                   Study and application of the Pilates Mat Pro-
         186 or DANC-192.                                                                                    gram as a method of body conditioning, pos-
     DAY:                                                                                                    ing questions for anatomical self-evaluation
     2546 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH      HVPA110     DANC-192         Jazz Dance I (2 credits)          based on applied instruction, lecture/discus-
        Fees: $20.00.                                     An introduction to the principles of jazz dance    sion, required readings, and observation.
        Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass      technique on a beginning level. Student will           Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
        option.                                           learn the foundation of jazz dance technique           option.
                                                          and understand the various world, as well as           Also listed as LFIT-197
                                                          social dance influences on jazz dance. Course
     DANC-181         Ballet I (2 credits)                will trace jazz dance history from its African
                                                                                                             DAY:
                                                                                                             5860 701     9:00AM-9:52AM      MW      HVPA115
     An introduction to the fundamentals of classi-       roots to Broadway show styles.                        Fees: $10.00.
     cal ballet with emphasis on placement and                Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
     alignment of body and other preparatory work                                                            EVENING:
                                                              option.                                        5863 750     5:00PM-5:52PM      TTH     HVPA115
     necessary for the establishment of a basic tech-     DAY:                                                  Fees: $10.00.
     nical foundation. Includes ballet history and ter-   5865 701    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH     HVPA115
     minology as well as barre work.                         Fees: $20.00.
         Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass                                                        DANC-198        Alexander Technique
         option.
                                                          DANC-193         Jazz Dance II (2 credits)                         (1 credit)
     DAY:
     4550 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH      HVPA110     A continuation of jazz dance technique from        This course is an examination of the Alexan-
        Fees: $20.00.                                     the Broadway show styles to the present day.       der Technique as a method to investigate the
                                                          Includes study of contemporary jazz technique      issues of mind/body disciplines and alleviate
                                                          with emphasis on rock, funky, lyric and per-       excessive tension, and habitual holding patterns
                                                          cussive movement. Continued study of jazz          which produce inefficient use of the body. Prin-
                                                          dance history from the Broadway show styles        ciples of the Alexander Technique will be ex-
                                                          to current jazz dance influences.                  plored through anatomical self-evaluation based
                                                              PRQ: DANC-192                                  on applied instruction, lecture/discussion, re-
                                                                                                             quired readings, and observation.
                                                          DAY:
                                                                                                                 Also listed as LFIT-198
                                                          2515 701    2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH     HVPA110
                                                                                                                 Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
                                                             Fees: $20.00.
                                                                                                                 option.
                                                             Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
                                                             option.



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DAY:
5869 701     11:00AM-11:52AM    MW      HVPA115     DANC-220          Inter. Ballroom & Latin           DANC-286        Modern Dance III
5870 702     10:00AM-11:50AM    F       HVPA115                       Dance (1 credit)                                  (2 credits)
   Fees: $10.00.
                                                    This course will serve as a continuation of the     This course is a continuation of DANC-187,
                                                    material covered in Ballroom and Latin Dance        Modern Dance II, at a higher level of profi-
DANC-199         Intermediate Pilates               (DANC-110). This course will focus on training      ciency. A continued study of modern dance
                                                    students to understand and perform complex          technique on an intermediate level with em-
                 (1 credit)                         ballroom and Latin steps, turns, and partnering.    phasis on expanded movement vocabulary in-
This course is designed to provide the student      Students will also continue to learn the            volving sequences of greater complexity-
with the ability to perform Intermediate Mat Pi-    rhythms, history, and culture of each style. Stu-   kinesthetically, spatially and musically. Course
lates exercises. The student will be able to per-   dents will demonstrate mastery of these styles      work continues study of various modern dance
form a basic assessment and explain exercise        through choreographed and non-choreographed         theories, history and improvisation.
modifications based on the assessment. This         class performances.                                     PRQ: DANC-187
course will incorporate the use of Pilates Fit-         PRQ: DANC-110                                       Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
ness circle and Stability ball to challenge exer-   DAY:                                                    option.
cise intensity.                                     8346 701     1:00PM-1:52PM      MW      HVPA115     DAY:
    Also listed as LFIT-199                            Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass     5856 701    11:00AM-12:20PM     MW        HVPA110
    PRQ: DANC-197 or LFIT-197                          option.                                             Fees: $20.00.
DAY:                                                   Fees: $10.00.
2521 701     10:00AM-10:52AM    MW      HVPA115
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                        DANC-292        Jazz Dance III (2 credits)
   Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass     DANC-250          Dance Composition                 This course is a continuation of DANC-193,
   option.                                                            (3 credits)                       Jazz Dance II, at a higher level of proficiency.
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                        A continuation of jazz dance technique with
                                                    This course serves as an introduction to the
                                                    creative process through improvisation, self-ex-    emphasis on performance of styles used on the
                                                                                                        concert stage, television and motion pictures.
DANC-204         Intermediate Hip-Hop               ploration, group interaction, relating musical
                                                                                                        Expanded movement vocabulary involving se-
                                                    tone and character to the development of the-
                 Dance (1 credit)                   matic and abstract movement invention. Stu-         quences of greater complexity. Course will in-
This course will serve as a continuation of ma-     dents explore compositional devices and             troduce choreographic explorations of jazz
terial covered in Hip-hop Dance (DANC-104).         develop small group works. Students will pres-      dance for the concert stage.
Students will receive training on advanced hip-     ent group and solo choreography for a public            PRQ: DANC-193
hop technique and jazz dance. Students will         performance.                                            Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
demonstrate these advanced hip-hop dance                PRQ: DANC-150                                       option.
skills through warm-ups and choreographed           DAY:                                                DAY:
routines. This class will also continue to ex-      8347 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW      HVPA110     5857 701    2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH       HVPA110
plore the culture and music of hip-hop and             Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass        Fees: $20.00.
other related styles of dance such as African          option.
dance and pop/culture dance.                           Fees: $20.00.
     PRQ: DANC-104
EVENING:
8345 750     7:00PM-8:45PM      T       HVPA115     DANC-281          Ballet III (2 credits)
   Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass     This course is a continuation of DANC-182, Bal-
   option.                                          let II, at a higher level of proficiency. A con-
   Fees: $10.00.                                    tinued study of classical ballet technique with
                                                    emphasis on the progression of technical com-
                                                    plexities, contemporary ballet stylization and
DANC-206         Practicum in                       musicality. Basics of pointe work and partner-
                 Choreography,                      ing technique for total comprehension to the
                 Performance Or                     performance of classical ballet.
                                                        PRQ: DANC 182
                 Production (1 credit)                  Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass                          KEY
Self-directed study of a creative project de-           option.                                          COURSE #
signed to focus on a specialized area of dance      EVENING:
for presentation in a Dance Department pro-         5855 701     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH     HVPA110
duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in                                                          ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                       Fees: $20.00.
production in either stage managing, costume,                                                            The study of impedance networks, network
set, or lighting design capacities.                                                                      theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
    Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass                                                         plications of capacitors and inductors.
    option.                                                                                                PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
DAY:                                                                                                     2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
5872 701     -                                                                                           2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                         INDEX         TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                          NO.
                                                                                                                                      DAY(S)
                                                                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                         For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                            ONLINE:                                              ONLINE:
     DANC-298         Intermediate Alexander                2015 N990 -                                          5474 N990
                      Technique (1 credit)                  5891 N991 -                                             A basic understanding of and access to
                                                               A basic understanding of and access to               the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     This course follows DANC-198 (Alexander
                                                               the Internet and WWW browsing capability             are required. After you have registered for
     Technique) and continues the study and prac-
                                                               are required. After you have registered for          this course, go to the HCC homepage and
     tice of Alexander’s work with the Self as a
                                                               this course, go to the HCC homepage and              click on the link for Distance Learning.
     mind/body unity. Recognizing the spiral nature
                                                               click on the link for Distance Learning.             Please read the information under the
     of this type of learning, whereby we revisit the
                                                               Please read the information under the                heading “Registered Online Students.”
     same activities and principles but at a deeper
                                                               heading “Checklist for Registered Online             Fees: $30.00.
     level, this course contains the same daily ac-
                                                               Students” for important information about
     tivities as the first course such as sitting, stand-
                                                               your course.
     ing, walking, breathing and constructive rest.                                                              ECON-205        Fundamentals of
                                                               Fees: $30.00.
     There is emphasis on the particular perform-
     ance or everyday activity of most interest to the      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                               International Economics
                                                            2019 M907 8:30AM-10:00AM        MW         LCTBA                     (3 credits)
     student, whether that be in music, dance,
                                                            2020 M952 6:30PM-9:30PM         W          LCTBA
     drama, athletics, public speaking, computer                                                                 Fundamentals of International Economics pro-
                                                               Fees: $10.00.
     work or anything involving complex co-ordina-                                                               vides the student with the foundations of the
     tion.                                                                                                       theory and practice of international trade and
          PRQ: DANC-198 or LFIT-198                         ECON-102         Principles of Economics             finance needed to understand the nature and
          Also listed as LFIT-298                                                                                consequences of the link between the domes-
                                                                             (Micro) (3 credits)
     EVENING:                                                                                                    tic economy and the rest of the world econo-
     1751 750     5:00PM-5:52PM       MW        HVPA110     Micro Economics introduces students to eco-          my. Topics covered include: introduction to
        Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass        nomic decision making at the individual firm,        classical and modern international theories of
        option.                                             consumer and industry level. Topics include          trade; analysis of the economic effects of com-
        Fees: $10.00.                                       Demand and Supply Theory; Elasticity; Cost           mercial policies like tariffs and quotas; eco-
                                                            and Production Functions; Profit Maximization        nomics of customs unions; balance of
                                                            Analysis; government regulation and anti-trust       payments, spot and forward foreign exchange
                                                            and international trade. It is not necessary to
     ECONOMICS                                              take ECON-101 before ECON-102.
                                                                                                                 markets, and exchange rate systems; balance of
                                                                                                                 payments problems and the adjustment mecha-
                                                                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             nisms; flexible and fixed exchange rate sys-
     ECON-101         Principles of Economics               DAY:                                                 tems; and international monetary systems.
                                                            2004 901     11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF         HR220        NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call divi-
                      (Macro) (3 credits)                   2007 902     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH           TA4
                                                                                                                     sion chair, 410-772-4019.
     This course introduces students to important           2013 903     10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF        ELB322
                                                                                                                     PRQ: ECON-101
     economic issues which affect an entire econo-             Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                                 ONLINE:
     my. Students will more comfortably read and            EVENING:
                                                                                                                 2014 N990 -
     understand books, newspapers, and magazines            2005 950     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH         HR220
                                                                                                                    A basic understanding of and access to
     with economic content. Topics include De-                 Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                                    the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     mand and Supply Theory; Gross Domestic                 ONLINE:                                                 are required. After you have registered for
     Product Determination; inflation; unemploy-            2016 N990 -
                                                                                                                    this course, go to the HCC homepage and
     ment; the role of the government and public            5441 N991
                                                                                                                    click on the link for Distance Learning.
     choice; fiscal and monetary policy and interna-           A basic understanding of and access to
                                                                                                                    Please read the information under the
     tional economics.                                         the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                                                                                    heading “Checklist for Registered Online
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121                   are required. After you have registered for
                                                                                                                    Students” for important information about
     DAY:
                                                               this course, go to the HCC homepage and
                                                                                                                    your course.
     2000   901   9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF         ELB322       click on the link for Distance Learning.
                                                                                                                    Fees: $30.00.
     2001   902   2:00PM-3:20PM       MW             TA4       Please read the information under the
     2002   903   12:00PM-12:52PM     MWF          HR220       heading “Checklist for Registered Online
     2006   904   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH         ELB322       Students” for important information about
     2012
     2017
            905
            906
                  2:00PM-3:20PM
                  11:00AM-12:20PM
                                      TTH
                                      TTH
                                                     TA4
                                                  ELB322
                                                               your course.
                                                               Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                 EDUCATION
        Fees: $10.00.
                                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     EVENING:                                               2023 J904 11:30AM-12:50PM       MW         LCTBA     EDUC-101        Praxis I Review Course -
     2003 950     6:00PM-7:20PM       MW          HR220     2024 J951 6:00PM-7:20PM         TTH        LCTBA                     Reading/Writing Tests
     2011 951     7:30PM-10:20PM      W           HR220        Fees: $10.00.
        Fees: $10.00.                                                                                                            (1 credit)
                                                                                                                 This Praxis I Review Course is designed to help
                                                            ECON-201         Money and Banking                   students prepare for the Praxis I Reading/Writ-
                                                                             (3 credits)                         ing Test. Passing scores on a basic skills test
                                                                                                                 are required for: 1) an AAT degree, 2) admis-
                                                            This course provides an analysis of our mone-        sion to a four-year Teacher Education program,
                                                            tary and banking systems and their relationship      and 3) teacher certification in Maryland and
                                                            to our domestic economy. The student will be-        most other states. Passing scores of basic skills
                                                            come familiar with commercial banking func-          tests are: Praxis I--177 in Math, 177 in Reading,
                                                            tions and those of other financial industries, the   173 in Writing or total composite score of 527;
                                                            Federal Reserve System, and consequences of          or, SAT--composite score of 1100 in Math and
                                                            monetary policies in the United States.              Verbal (prior to 4/95), the SAT score equivalent
                                                                PRQ: ECON-101


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is 1000); or, ACT--composite score of 24; or,
GRE--composite score of 1000. Students must           EDUC-110          Introduction to Education         EDUC-112          Methods and Materials in
pass the Praxis I exam if they have not                                 (3 credits)                                         Early Childhood
received passing scores on another basic              The student will examine the basic principles                         Education (3 credits)
skills test. Students majoring in the Teacher         and philosophical traditions of Western and
Education transfer programs are required to sub-                                                          This course is designed to teach the methods
                                                      American Education. The student will also eval-     and proper use of materials for presenting cre-
mit scores from Praxis I or other approved            uate the trends, issues and career opportunities
basic skills tests (SAT, ACT, GRE) to the Social                                                          ative learning experiences to young children in
                                                      and options in contemporary education. A 15-        the areas of art, music, creative dramatics, lan-
Sciences Division Office prior to the completion      hour Field Experience outside of class time is
of the 30th credit hour. Credit count certification                                                       guage, movement, cooking, math and science.
                                                      required. Students are placed in a Howard           This course meets the Maryland State Depart-
individuals, conditional teachers, and teacher        County Public School or may use a K-12 school
education majors could benefit from this course.                                                          ment of Education Teaching Methodology re-
                                                      where they are employed.                            quirement for an initial certificate in Early
    PLEASE NOTE: Students must also register
                                                      DAY:                                                Childhood Education. This course is also 45
    for EDUC-102 to receive complete Praxis I         2100 901     8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH         N105
    review course. Students are required to                                                               hours of the 90-hour Child Care Certificate re-
                                                      2818 902     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW        ELB316    quired for Senior Staff. EDUC-111 is required to
    complete online activities and attend class       1358 903     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW          N105
    1 hour per week for 8 weeks. (Campus                                                                  complete the 90-hour Child Care Certificate.
                                                         Fees: $25.00.
    Web Course)                                                                                           DAY:
                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              2104 901     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH         ELB307
CAMPUSWEB:                                            2146 J950 6:00PM-8:50PM         M         LCTBA     2306 902     2:00PM-4:50PM      M         CLCTTBA
2136 C952 6:00PM-6:55PM          T          ELB304       Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $5.00.
   Class begins on August 26 and ends
   October 14, 2008.                                                                                      EVENING:
2137   C953   6:00PM-6:55PM      TH         ELB119    EDUC-111          Child Growth and                  2119 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      M            HR224
   Class begins on October 9 and ends                                                                        Fees: $5.00.
                                                                        Development (3 credits)
   December 4, 2008.
                                                      Through the study of the early childhood and
                                                      elementary years, the student will be able to de-   EDUC-113          Working With Infants and
EDUC-102         Praxis I Review Course -             scribe the language, cognitive, physical, social,                     Toddlers (3 credits)
                 Math Test (1 credit)                 and emotional development of young children,        This course introduces the philosophy and im-
                                                      birth to 12 years. Instruction will focus on the-
This Praxis I Review Course is designed to help                                                           plementation of infant and toddler caregiving in
                                                      ories of child development, research methods,
students prepare for the Praxis I Math Test.                                                              a group setting. This RIE (Magda Gerber) in-
                                                      and developmental milestones. Knowledge
Passing scores on a basic skills test are required                                                        fluenced course reviews care routines, appro-
                                                      learned in this course can be applied to par-
for: 1) an AAT degree, 2) admission to a four-                                                            priate activities, and group management
                                                      enting and to careers in early childhood and el-
year Teacher Education program, and 3)                                                                    techniques. The health, safety and nutritional
                                                      ementary education, and nursing. This course
teacher certification in Maryland and most other                                                          needs of infants and toddlers are also exam-
                                                      meets the MSDE Human Growth and Develop-
states. Passing scores of basic skills tests are:                                                         ined. It is advised that no class be scheduled
                                                      ment requirement for Generic Special Education
Praxis I--177 in Math, 177 in Reading, 173 in                                                             before this frequently off-campus class. Upon
                                                      Infant/Primary, and Generic Special Education
Writing or total composite score of 527; or, SAT-                                                         completion of this course, EDUC-111, and
                                                      Elementary/ Middle. This course is also 45
-composite score of 1100 in Math and Verbal                                                               EDUC-112, the student meets the coursework
                                                      hours of the 90-hour Child Care Certificate re-
(prior to 4/95, the SAT score equivalent is                                                               requirements for the position of Infant/Toddler
                                                      quired for Senior Staff. (EDUC 112 is required
1000); or, ACT--composite score of 24; or,                                                                Senior Staff in a child care center.
                                                      to complete the 90-hour Child Care Certificate.)
GRE–composite score of 1000. Students must                                                                DAY:
                                                      DAY:                                                2120 901     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW             N105
pass the Praxis I exam if they have not               2102 901     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH       ELB307
received passing scores on another basic                                                                     Fees: $5.00.
                                                      2156 903     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW           TA4
skills test. Students majoring in the Teacher         4704 904     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH       ELB317
Education transfer programs are required to              Fees: $5.00.
submit scores from Praxis I or other approved         EVENING:
basic skills tests (SAT, ACT, GRE) to the Social      2118 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      W          THR2
Sciences Division Office prior to the completion         Fees: $5.00.
of the 30th credit hour. Credit count certification
                                                      ONLINE:
individuals, conditional teachers, and teacher        2125 N990 -                                                                  KEY
education majors could benefit from this course.         A basic understanding of and access to
(Campus Web course)                                                                                        COURSE #
                                                         the Internet and WWW browsing capability
    PLEASE NOTE: Students must also register             are required. After you have registered, go
    for EDUC-101 to receive complete Praxis I            to the Distance Learning Homepage on              ELEC 112         AC Circuits (3 credits)
    review course. Students are required to              the HCC homepage and click on the link            The study of impedance networks, network
    complete online activities and attend class          “Checklist for Registered Online Students”        theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
    1 hour per week for 8 weeks. (Campus                 for important information about your              plications of capacitors and inductors.
    Web Course)                                          course. This course has a required on-              PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
CAMPUSWEB:                                               campus orientation on Saturday, August            2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
2143 C950 6:00PM-6:55PM          M          HR228        23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,            2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Class begins on August 25 and ends                    exact time and room TBA.
   October 20, 2008.                                     Fees: $30.00.                                     INDEX            TIME                  LOCATION
2144   C951   6:00PM-6:55PM      W          HR228                                                           NO.
   Class starts October 8 and ends December           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                             DAY(S)
                                                      1772 M951 6:00PM-8:50PM         W         LCTBA      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
   3, 2008.
                                                         Fees: $5.00.                                      For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                          ONLINE:
     EDUC-130         Introduction to Early               2157 N990                                            EDUC-202          Methods of Teaching
                      Childhood Education                    A basic understanding of and access to                              Reading in the Secondary
                      (3 credits)                            the Internet and WWW browsing capability                            Content Areas, Part I for
                                                             are required. After you have registered, go
     This course is designed to increase the stu-            to the Distance Learning Homepage on                                Regular and Special
     dent’s understanding of various curriculum              the HCC homepage and click on the link                              Education Teachers
     models and approaches in Early Childhood Ed-            “Registered Online Students” for important
     ucation. Techniques for implementing and eval-                                                                              (3 credits)
                                                             information about your course. This
     uating these models and approaches will be              course has a required on-campus                   This course is designed specifically for sec-
     presented through lectures, videos, classroom           orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,         ondary school teachers as it outlines the es-
     activities, classroom visits, field placements and      between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time           sentials of the reading processes necessary for
     guest speakers. Furthermore, the student will           and room TBA.                                     secondary students to become proficient learn-
     explore some contemporary issues and prob-           6038   N991                                          ers of content. Types of reading, elements of
     lems affecting young children and learning,             Fees: $25.00.                                     assessment, skills of the reading process, the
     such as stress, sexism, homelessness, abuse,         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               incorporation of reading instruction into content
     neglect and poverty. Students are required to        1770 J952 6:00PM-8:50PM         M          LCTBA     delivery and the affective aspects of the
     complete 15 hours of Field Experience outside           Fees: $25.00.                                     processes of reading will be examined. This
     of class time. Students are placed in a Howard                                                            course meets the Maryland State Department of
     County Public School or may use a K-12 school                                                             Education Reading requirement for an initial
     where they are currently employed.                   EDUC-201          Processes and                      certificate in Secondary Education and Generic
     DAY:                                                                   Acquisition of Reading             Special Education Secondary/Adult.
     2107 901     12:00PM-2:50PM     W        CLCTTBA                                                          EVENING:
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                                            (3 credits)                        2114 950     4:30PM-7:20PM       W             N103
                                                          This course is designed to assist pre-service           Fees: $5.00.
                                                          and in-service teachers in understanding the         ONLINE:
     EDUC-200         Introduction to Special             reading acquisition process through observation      6100 N990 -
                      Education (3 credits)               and analysis of reading and written language            A basic understanding of and access to
                                                          development, and the study of current issues in         the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     This course is designed to provide an under-
                                                          reading research. It is organized around cur-           are required. After you have registered, go
     standing of the needs of all types of excep-
                                                          rent, accepted, research-based theoretical mod-         to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     tional children. Students will be able to identify
                                                          els that account for individual differences in          the HCC homepage and click on the link
     symptoms and causes of major handicapping
                                                          reading. Introduction to language structures in-        Checklist for Registered Online Students”
     conditions and ways in which teachers can in-
                                                          cluding     spoken      syllables,   phonemes,          for important information about your
     dividualize instruction in response to these con-
                                                          graphemes, and morphemes is included in this            course. This course has a required on-
     ditions. Federal and state regulations are also
                                                          course. Participants will apply knowledge of the        campus orientation on Saturday, August
     reviewed. This course meets the Maryland State
                                                          core areas of language to reading acquisition in        23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,
     Department of Education Inclusion of Special
                                                          terms of first and second language acquisition,         exact time and room TBA.
     Needs Student Populations requirement for an
                                                          typical development and exceptionalities. Par-          Fees: $30.00.
     initial certificate in Early Childhood Education,
                                                          ticipants will be introduced to current scientific
     Elementary Education and Secondary Educa-
                                                          research. This course meets the Maryland State
     tion. This course also meets the Maryland State
                                                          Department of Education Reading requirement          EDUC-205          Materials and Motivations
     Department of Education Historical, Philosophi-
                                                          in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Edu-                          for Reading For Early
     cal and Legal Foundations of Special Education
                                                          cation, Special Education Generic Infant/Prima-
     requirement for an initial certificate in Generic
                                                          ry,    and      Special    Education     Generic                       Childhood, Elementary
     Special Education Infant/Primary, Generic Spe-
                                                          Elementary/Middle.                                                     and Special Education
     cial Education Elementary/Middle, and Generic
     Special Education Secondary/Adult. A 15-hour         EVENING:                                                               (infants-Grade 8)
                                                          2158 950      4:30PM-7:20PM     W          ELB307
     Field Experience outside of class time is re-
                                                          2113 951      6:00PM-8:50PM     M          ELB216                      Teachers (3 credits)
     quired. Students are placed in a Howard Coun-
                                                             Fees: $5.00.                                      This course is designed to give the classroom
     ty Public School or may use a K-12 school
                                                          ONLINE:                                              teacher the ability to use a representative array
     where they are employed.
                                                          2139 N990 -                                          of research-based instructional techniques and
          NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
                                                             A basic understanding of and access to            strategies in the area of reading. Instructional
          sion Chair, 410-772-4019.
                                                             the Internet and WWW browsing capability          routines and strategies in the five major com-
          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.PRQ: El-
                                                             are required. After you have registered, go       ponents of reading instruction (phonological
          igible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                             to the Distance Learning Homepage on              and phonemic awareness; phonics, spelling
     EVENING:                                                the HCC homepage and click on the link            and word study; fluency development; vocabu-
     2110 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      T           ST030                                                         lary; and comprehension) suitable for various
     2148 951     6:00PM-8:50PM      W          ELB108
                                                             “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
                                                             for important information about your              age and ability groups are emphasized.
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                             course. This course has a required on-            Throughout the course, students will demon-
                                                             campus orientation on Saturday, August            strate their skill with the instructional routines
                                                             23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,            and strategies by role-play, live demonstrations,
                                                             exact time and room TBA.                          critiquing good and inadequate models, and re-
                                                             Fees: $35.00.                                     viewing the research support available for those
                                                                                                               approaches. This course meets the Maryland
                                                                                                               State Department of Education Reading re-
                                                                                                               quirement for an initial certificate in Early Child-
                                                                                                               hood Education, Elementary Education, Special


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Education Generic Infant/Primary, and Special
Education Generic Elementary/Middle.                EDUC-260           Educational Psychology              EDUC-265          Educational Assessment
EVENING:                                                               (3 credits)                                           (3 credits)
2115 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      TH         ST030    Educational Psychology is an advanced course           Participants will explore the multi-varied world
   Fees: $5.00.                                     which surveys current psychological research           of measurement and evaluation. The overall
                                                    and theory to address issues of teaching and           purpose is to look at measurement and student
                                                    learning. Instruction will focus on developmen-        performance as it aligns to instruction and cur-
EDUC-206          Methods of Teaching               tal theories, research methods, classroom man-         riculum. In addition, the participant will ex-
                  Reading in the Secondary          agement, and instructional techniques. The             amine the role that validity, reliability, test bias,
                  Content Areas, Part II for        course will utilize readings, films, lectures, guest   and item construction play in ensuring a good
                                                    speakers, and small group projects, and is well        and meaningful assessment instrument. This
                  Regular and Special               suited for anyone interested in learning more          course will review Criterion Referenced Test
                  Education Teachers                about children, schools, learning, and/or teach-       (CRT), Norm Referenced Test (NRT), and Per-
                  (3 credits)                       ing. This course meets the Maryland State De-          formance Assessment. Emphasis will be given
                                                    partment of Education Human Learning                   on the common type of scoring often associat-
Designed specifically for teachers with second-
                                                    requirement for an initial certificate in Early        ed with these forms of assessment. Partici-
ary certification, this course builds upon the
                                                    Childhood Education, Elementary Education,             pants will become familiar with the concept of
foundational theories and knowledge of reading
                                                    and Secondary Education. A 15-hour Field Ex-           a formal testing program, which encompasses
from the prerequisite course Methods of Teach-
                                                    perience outside of class time is required. Stu-       state and local mandated assessments. In ad-
ing Reading in the Content Area, Part I. Par-
                                                    dents are placed in a Howard County Public             dition, this course will look at the federal No
ticipants will take theory into practice as they
                                                    School or may use a K-12 school where they             Child Left Behind initiative and its impact on
become familiar with and demonstrate in class
                                                    are employed.                                          Maryland Public Schools. Participants will be in-
best practices of how to integrate the teaching
                                                         NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-        troduced to current scientific research. This
of reading of content area material with con-
                                                         sion Chair, 410-772-4019.                         course meets the Maryland State Department of
tent-specific knowledge. Topics covered in this
                                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              Education Assessment of Students requirement
course will include using assessment to know
                                                    DAY:                                                   for an initial certificate in Early Childhood Ed-
the learner, putting metacognitive theory into
                                                    2122 901     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH         ELB316    ucation, Elementary Education, and Secondary
practice, and differentiating instruction for all
                                                       Fees: $25.00.                                       Education. This course also meets the Maryland
students. Participants will leave the course with
                                                    EVENING:                                               State Department of Education Assessment, Di-
multiple hands-on strategies they can immedi-
                                                    2121 950     6:00PM-8:50PM       T         ELB100A     agnosis, and Prescriptive Techniques require-
ately use to make content reading accessible
                                                       Fees: $25.00.                                       ment for an initial certificate in Generic Special
and successful for their students. This course
                                                                                                           Education Infant/Primary, Generic Special Edu-
meets the Maryland State Department of Edu-         ONLINE:
                                                    2147 N990                                              cation Elementary/Middle, and Generic Special
cation Reading requirement for an initial cer-
                                                       A basic understanding of and access to              Education Secondary/Adult.
tificate in Secondary Education and Generic
Special Education Secondary/Adult.                     the Internet and WWW browsing capability            ONLINE:
     NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-        are required. After you have registered, go         2145 N990 -
     sion Chair, 410-772-4019.                         to the Disance Learning Homepage on the                 A basic understanding of and access to
     PRQ: EDUC-202                                     HCC homepage and click on the link                      the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                       “Registered Online Students” for important              are required. After you have registered, go
EVENING:
                                                       information about your course. This                     to the Distance Learning Homepage on
2138 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      TH           TA3
                                                       course has an on-campus orientation on                  the HCC homepage and click on the link
   Fees: $5.00.
                                                       Wednesday, August 27, 2008, between 5-8                 “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
                                                       p.m., Room TBA. For students who are                    for important information about your
EDUC-230          Child Care Center                    not local, the orientation will be online.              course. This course has a required on-
                                                       Fees: $55.00.                                           campus orientation on Saturday, August
                  Administration and                                                                           23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,
                  Management (3 credits)                                                                       exact time and room TBA.
This course is the study of practical application                                                              Fees: $30.00.
of management procedures for early care and
education programs including the role of the
administration, planning, operating, supervising,                                                                                  KEY
and evaluating programs. Special focus is on                                                                 COURSE #
philosophy, types of programs, policies, fiscal
management, regulations, staff selection, train-
ing and management, food service, equipment,                                                                ELEC 112         AC Circuits (3 credits)
materials and parent and community involve-                                                                  The study of impedance networks, network
ment.                                                                                                        theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
    PRQ: EDUC-111, EDUC-112, and EDUC-150.                                                                   plications of capacitors and inductors.
EVENING:                                                                                                       PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
7115 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      W         ELB116                                                             2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh         L123
                                                                                                             2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh         L123

                                                                                                             INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                              NO.
                                                                                                                                           DAY(S)
                                                                                                             SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     EDUC-267         Methods of Teaching                   EDUC-293         Special Education                   ELEC-213        Digital Circuits
                      Secondary Education                                    Assessment Part I Birth-                            (4 credits)
                      (3 credits)                                            12th Grade (3 credits)              Analyze, design and troubleshoot logic circuits:
     This course is designed to provide prospective         This course provides students with the knowl-        gates, flip-flops, counters, decoders, encoders,
     and non-certified secondary school teachers            edge and skills for selecting, administering, in-    registers, tristates, DAC, ADC, and memory.
     with knowledge of theory and teaching prac-            terpreting, diagnosing, reporting, using                 PRQ: ELEC-107 or ELEC-112.
     tices, current educational goals, both nationally      assessment data, monitoring and evaluating the       EVENING:
     and locally, and trends in educational assess-         instructional program. Legal perspectives, tech-     2255 550     6:30PM-9:20PM      W           A116
     ment and application. This knowledge will be           nical aspects of assessment tools, accommoda-                     6:30PM-9:30PM      F          ST123
     used to plan, design and conduct effective in-         tions, computer as a tool for assessment, and           Fees: $33.00.
     struction. Supplemental topics will include mul-       nondiscriminatory testing will be examined.
     ticulturalism, classroom management, and the           This course meets the Maryland State Depart-
     inclusion of students with special needs. This         ment of Education Assessment, Diagnosis, and         EMERGENCY MEDICAL
     course meets the Maryland State Department of
     Education Teaching Methodology requirement
                                                            Prescriptive Techniques requirement for an ini-
                                                            tial certificate in Generic Special Education In-    SERVICES
     for an initial certificate in Secondary Education.     fant/Primary, Elementary/Middle School, and
     A 15-hour field experience outside of class time       Secondary/Adult.                                     EMSP-105        Emergency Medical
     is required. Students are placed in a Howard           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     County Public School or may use a K-12 school          2154 J950 6:00PM-9:00PM         T          LCTBA                     Technician (7 credits)
     where they are employed.                                                                                    Students will be able to properly perform the
     EVENING:                                                                                                    various psychomotor (field) skills utilized by
     2133 950     6:00PM-8:50PM
        Fees: $25.00.
                                      W           HR224
                                                            ELECTRONICS                                          emergency medical technician level prehospital
                                                                                                                 care providers in the care of sick or injured
                                                                                                                 persons. This course prepares the student for
                                                            ELEC-107         Introduction to Electronic          the Maryland and National Registry EMT certifi-
     EDUC-290         Special Education                                                                          cation written and practical examinations and
                      General Methods Birth —                                Circuits (4 credits)                follows the guidelines established for EMT train-
                                                            The student will study passive components and        ing by the DOT/NTHSA/HRSA national stan-
                      12th Grade (3 credits)                their behavior in DC circuits as well as in AC       dard curriculum. In addition to EMT
     Students will understand and use a variety of          circuits. The student will learn fundamental         certification, course completion for CPR for the
     organizational, teaching, and classroom man-           laws that govern the electronics circuits such as    health care practitioner is an expected outcome
     agement strategies. The course will focus on ef-       Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s current/voltage laws,         of this course. Participation in the ride along
     fective practices in different settings with all       and Thevenin’s Theorem. The student will have        component of this course requires completion
     disability groups, as well as collaboration with       hands-on experience and a good understanding         of the Health Sciences Division Health Data
     other involved professionals and parents. This         of laboratory test instruments and basic trou-       Form available on the HCC website. A criminal
     course meets the Maryland State Department of          bleshooting techniques.                              background investigation will be required. Per
     Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-061.             Maryland Law you must be at least 18 years of
     struction requirements for an initial certificate in                                                        age (or 16-18 with signed parental permission)
                                                            EVENING:
     Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-         2291 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     T            N105    to take EMSP-105. Prerequisite: EMGL-093 or
     mentary/Middle School, and Secondary/Adult.                         6:00PM-9:00PM      TH          ST123    appropriate score on English placement test. (4
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                    Fees: $33.00.                                     hours theory, 9 hours lab)
     2151 M950 6:00PM-9:00PM          M           LCTBA
                                                                                                                 EVENING:
                                                                                                                 2613 351     6:00PM-9:00PM      TTH          TA5
                                                            ELEC-140         Network Cabling Systems                          9:00AM-4:00PM      S
     EDUC-292         Special Education                                      (3 credits)                            Class will meet for the first time on
                      Methods 6th-12th Grade                This course is designed to train individuals in         Saturday, August 23, 2008.
                      (3 credits)                           the fundamentals of installing, connecting, and         Fees: $120.00.
     This course presents current practices in teach-       certifying network cabling systems. Students will
     ing students with special needs in grades 6            learn to apply the basics of network cable and       EMSP-160        Prevention and
     through 12. Students will review/demonstrate a         connector selection, installation, and termina-
     variety of teaching techniques in the areas of         tion. Fundamental testing, certification, and doc-                   Management of
     functional skills, managing the learning envi-         umentation practices will be covered. Labs                           Emergency Situations
     ronment, reading, writing, mathematics, and the        include hands-on experience with terminating                         (6 credits)
     content areas. Special focus is placed on tran-        and testing coaxial, unshielded twisted pair
                                                            (UTP), and fiber optic cables in accordance          The focus of this course is to apply basic con-
     sition education and services for adolescents.
                                                            with current industry and EIA/TIA standards.         cepts to the assessment and management of
     This course meets the Maryland State Depart-
                                                                                                                 emergency patients. Medications will be calcu-
     ment of Education Curriculum and Methodolo-            EVENING:
                                                            2281 550     5:30PM-10:30PM     T           ST123    lated and administered. Students will participate
     gy of Instruction requirement for an initial
                                                               Fees: $100.00.                                    in activities to promote wellness and injury pre-
     certificate in Generic Special Education Sec-
                                                                                                                 vention. Course completion for BCLS is an ex-
     ondary/Adult.
                                                                                                                 pected outcome of this course.
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                                                          PRQ: EMT-B Certification, MATH-060 or ap-
     2152 M950 6:00PM-9:00PM          W           LCTBA
                                                                                                                     propriate score on math placement test and
                                                                                                                     BIOL-204. You must see an academic advi-
                                                                                                                     sor to obtain a clearance for this course.



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   Participation in the course requires proof of
   freedom from TB, and immunity to rubella,         ENGINEERING                                       ENES-244         Digital Logic Design
   rubeola, mumps and varicella through vac-                                                                            (3 credits)
   cination or titer. Also required is tetanus       ENES-100         Introduction to                  This course will introduce the basic principles
   booster administered within the past ten                                                            and design procedures of digital systems at the
   years and Hepatitis B vaccine (HBV) or de-                         Engineering Design               gate and intermediate chip levels for electrical
   clincation. Provide health documentation on                        (3 credits)                      engineering students. The student will acquire
   first day of class.                               In this course, students are introduced to the    knowledge of gates, flip-flops, registers, coun-
DAY:                                                 engineering design process by working on a        ters, Karnaugh maps, PAL devices, and syn-
2610 301     9:00AM-4:00PM      TWTH          TA5    product design project. The design will involve   chronous sequential circuit design and analysis.
   This course meets from August 26, 2008,           a variety of topics from engineering, technolo-       PRQ: ENES-100
   through October 5, 2008.                          gy and the sciences. In addition, students will   EVENING:
   Fees: $125.00.                                    use CAD software and other computer applica-      2199 550     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH         ST107
                                                     tions such as word processors, spreadsheets
EMSP-200         Airway, Patient                     and computer languages.
                                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-131 or        ENES-271         Introduction to Matlab
                 Assessment and Trauma                   above.                                                         (3 credits)
                 Management (9 credits)              DAY:                                              This course is designed to introduce numerical
Students will establish and/or maintain a patent     2307 501    11:00AM-12:50PM   MW         ST107    methods to engineering students. Students will
airway, oxygenate and ventilate a patient. Tak-      2308 502    11:00AM-12:50PM   TTH        ST107    develop the skills to generate readable, com-
ing a comprehensive physical examination and            Fees: $33.00.                                  pact, and verifiably correct MATLAB programs
patient history will serve as the foundation for                                                       to obtain numerical solutions to a wide range
reporting a field impression and treatment plan      ENES-120         Statics (3 credits)              of engineering models and to display the re-
for the trauma patient. Successful completion of                                                       sults with fully annotated graphics. Students will
BTLS certification is an expected outcome of         The study of stationary bodies under the influ-   learn structured programming.
this course.                                         ence of various types of forces.                      PRQ: ENES-100 and MATH-150 or MATH-
    PRQ: EMSP-160                                       PRQ: PHYS-110; Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH-         182
                                                        150 or MATH-182.
DAY:                                                                                                   DAY:
2611 301     9:00AM-4:00PM      TWTH          TA5    EVENING:                                          8274 501     3:00PM-4:50PM      MW          ST107
   This course meets from October 6, 2008,           2301 550    5:30PM-7:20PM     TTH        ST107
   through December 18, 2008.
   Fees: $100.00.                                    ENES-130         Dynamics (3 credits)
                                                     The study of systems of heavy particles and
EMSP-290         Emerging Issues in                  rigid bodies at rest and at motion.
                 Paramedicine (3 credits)                PRQ: ENES-120 and MATH-150 or MATH-
                                                         182.
This course is designed to provide EMT-Para-
                                                     DAY:
medics, who received their training in a non-        2312 501    9:00AM-10:50AM    TTH        ST107
credit bearing academic setting or training
academy, an opportunity to expand upon their
education in pursuit of an academic degree. As       ENES-140         Mechanics of Materials
a critical component, this course uses the EMS                        (3 credits)
Agenda For The Future to identify and explore
emerging issues with additional emphasis on          The study of materials under stress using
current and future trends in the clinical scope      beams, columns, tanks, etc.
of practice. Students will be provided readings         PRQ: ENES-120 and MATH-150 or MATH-
and information on appropriate topics to be             182.
completed outside of class time. The face-to-        EVENING:
face classroom component will be a mixture of        3472 550    6:00PM-8:50PM     W          ST107
content delivery and discussion with a majority                                                                               KEY
of the time spent on student led interactive dis-
cussions and activities designed to reinforce the
                                                     ENES-181         Thermodynamics                    COURSE #
content. Approximately 1/3 of the course will                         (3 credits)
be spent in an individualized self-directed learn-   This course is designed for the student who        ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
ing opportunity where the student will identify      plans to transfer to an engineering program.       The study of impedance networks, network
and explore in detail an emerging issue suited       Topics covered include the following: introduc-    theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
to their personal interest.                          tion to thermodynamics, thermodynamic prop-        plications of capacitors and inductors.
    Enrollment in EMSP-290 is limited to cur-        erties of matter, laws of thermodynamics,            PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
    rently licensed and/or certified EMT-Para-       cycles, reactions, mixtures, automobile engines    2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
    medics.                                          and turbines.                                      2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
DAY:                                                     PRQ: MATH-150 or MATH-182 and PHYS-
8789 301     -                                           112                                            INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
   Fees: $75.00.                                                                                         NO.
                                                     EVENING:                                                                        DAY(S)
                                                     2552 550    6:00PM-10:00PM    M          ST106     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                        For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     ENGLISH                                              ENGL-085          Academic Advanced Oral              ENGL-087         Academic Advanced
                                                                            Communication for ESL                                Writing & Grammar-ESL
     ENGL-083         Academic Intermediate                                 Students (3 credits)                                 (4 credits)
                      Reading for ESL Students            In ENGL-085 students will develop the listening       In ENGL-087, students will acquire the skills
                                                          and speaking skills needed to succeed at an           needed to write multi-paragraph essays at a
                      (4 credits)                         American college. Class work will consist of          level of correctness and fluency appropriate for
     In this course students will improve their read-     pronunciation practice, listening activities, small   advanced learners of English who will soon en-
     ing skills. Reading is approached as an integral     group and class discussions of selected read-         roll in a freshman composition course. Read-
     part of an ESL student’s overall English lan-        ings and lectures, oral presentations and simu-       ings and discussions will prepare students to
     guage learning, not as an isolated skill. As a re-   lations of aspects of academic life. If students      write narrative, descriptive, expository and ar-
     sult, while the major areas of study include         place into two or more ESL courses, they are          gumentative essays. Relevant grammatical skills
     vocabulary, idioms, and comprehension skills,        required to take ENGL-085. Students can be            will be developed through traditional instruc-
     speaking and writing about assigned readings         exempted from this requirement by passing an          tion, group editing workshops and computer-as-
     are also important activities. This course will      oral exam. Students placed into ENGL-083 AND          sisted instruction.
     meet for 4 hours per week (2 hours class time        ENGL-084 must complete both ENGL-083 and                  PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
     and 2 hours lab time).                               ENGL-084 before taking ENGL-085. Students                 ment tests or successful completion of
         PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-         placed into ENGL-083 and ENGL-087 or into                 ENGL-084.
         ment test.                                       ENGL-084 and ENGL-086 must go to Advising             DAY:
     DAY:                                                 or the English Division Office (ELB-239) in           1668   E101   9:00AM-10:50AM   MW        ELB201
     1717 E101     12:00PM-12:50PM   MW         ELB209    order to take ENGL-085.                               5548   E102   12:00PM-1:50PM   MW        ELB121
                   1:00PM-1:50PM     MW         ELB222        Students can be exempted from this re-            1635   E103   2:00PM-3:50PM    MW        ELB203
     1857   E102   1:00PM-1:50PM     TTH        ELB208        quirement by passing an oral exam. Please         1867   E104   9:00AM-10:50AM   TTH       ELB119
                   2:00PM-2:50PM     TTH        ELB206                                                          1633   E105   1:00PM-2:50PM    TTH       ELB121
                                                              contact Christine Sharpe at (410)772-4584.
     1685   E103   10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH        ELB116                                                             Fees: $50.00.
                   11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH        ELB222    DAY:
                                                          1637 E101     10:00AM-11:20AM    MW         ELB222    EVENING:
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                           1669 E150     7:00PM-8:50PM    TTH       ELB203
                                                          4603 E102     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH        ELB222
     EVENING:                                             2460 E103     9:00AM-11:50AM     F          ELB203       Fees: $50.00.
     1687 E150     6:00PM-6:50PM     MW         ELB208
                   7:00PM-7:50PM     MW         ELB222    EVENING:                                              ONLINE:
                                                          1682 E150     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH        ELB222    6053 N190
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                                   A basic understanding of and access to
                                                                                                                   the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     ENGL-084         Academic Intermediate               ENGL-086          Academic Advanced                      are required. After you have registered for
                      Writing and Grammar for                               Reading - ESL (4 credits)              this course, go to the HCC homepage and
                                                                                                                   click on the link for Distance Learning.
                      ESL Students (4 credits)            ESL students will continue to strengthen their
                                                                                                                   Please read the information under the
                                                          reading skills in ENGL-086 with emphasis on
     This course will allow students to acquire the                                                                heading “Registered Online Students.”
                                                          academic material. In this class, reading is also
     English language skills needed to produce                                                                     Fees: $40.00.
                                                          approached as an integral component of the
     multi-paragraph compositions that are correctly      larger communicative system that is the English
     written at the intermediate level. Contemporary      language. In addition to reading comprehension
     reading selections and discussion activities will
                                                                                                                ENGL-086/087 Academic Advanced
                                                          and vocabulary skill building, students will im-
     serve to prepare students to write short com-        prove their ability to communicate the informa-                   ESL Reading, Writing and
     positions. Grammatical skills will be developed      tion and concepts contained in assigned                           Grammar Combined
     through traditional instruction, group editing       materials orally and in writing.
     workshops and computer-assisted instruction.
                                                                                                                            (8 Credits)
                                                              PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
     This course meets 4 hours per week. (2 hours                                                               ENGL-086/087 Combined is a fully integrated
                                                              ment tests or successful completion of
     class time and 2 hours lab time).                                                                          approach to teaching reading, composition, and
                                                              ENGL-083. CO-REQ: ENGL-106 or FYEX-100
         PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-                                                               grammar. Emphasis is placed on reading com-
                                                          DAY:                                                  prehension, vocabulary development, reading
         ment tests.                                      1675 E101     1:00PM-1:50PM      MW         ELB218
     DAY:                                                                                                       rate, and writing clear, organized grammatically
                                                                        2:00PM-2:50PM      MW         ELB222
     1673 E101     10:00AM-11:50AM   MW         ELB120    1677   E102   8:00AM-8:50AM      TTH        ELB116    correct assignments. The class meets for ten
     3531 E102     2:00PM-3:50PM     MW         ELB121                  9:00AM-9:50AM      TTH        ELB222    hours per week including four hours of indi-
     1598 E103     9:00AM-10:50AM    TTH        ELB225    3762   E103   9:00AM-9:50AM      TTH        ELB108    vidualized lab work. Students whose placement
        Fees: $50.00.                                                   10:00AM-10:50AM    TTH        ELB222    test scores require them to take both ENGL 086
     EVENING:                                             1678   E104   1:00PM-1:50PM      TTH        ELB209    and ENGL 087 should enroll in ENGL - 086/087
     1674 E150     6:00PM-7:50PM     TTH        ELB118                  2:00PM-2:50PM      TTH        ELB222    Combined to fulfill both requirements.
                                                          5927   E105   10:00AM-11:50AM    F          ELB218        PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
        Fees: $50.00.                                                   12:00PM-1:50PM     F          ELB222
                                                                                                                    ment test
                                                             Fees: $50.00.                                          Co-req: ENGL 106 or FYEX-100
                                                          EVENING:                                                  When registering by phone, both four-digit
                                                          1670 E150     7:00PM-7:50PM      MW         ELB208        course ID numbers will be requested.
                                                                        8:00PM-8:50PM      MW         ELB222
                                                                                                                    Please, no substitutions in combination
                                                             Fees: $50.00.                                          classes.
                                                                                                                2399   L120   8:00AM-9:50AM    MW       ELB 209
                                                                                                                2398          8:00AM-9:50AM    TTH      ELB 201
                                                                                                                   Fees: $100.00



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*NOTE: Students with a placement
                                                      ENGL-096          Fundamentals of                  ENGL-097        Fundamentals of Writing
test score below the cut-off for
ENGL 093 and/or ENGL 094 are re-                                        Academic Reading                                 (3 credits)
quired to take the noncredit REACH                                      (3 credits)                      This course is designed to strengthen the stu-
program. See page 112 for details.                    This course is designed to strengthen the stu-     dent’s writing skills with specific emphasis on
                                                      dents’ reading skills. Emphasis is on compre-      using logical organization and correct sentence
                                                      hension, vocabulary building and reading rate.     skills to write essays that are focused, clear,
ENGL-093         Directed Studies in                  Included is a traditional class and a self-paced   and convincing. This course meets for four
                 Reading (3 credits)                  lab.                                               hours weekly in a networked, computerized en-
                                                          PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-       vironment.
Directed Studies in Reading is a developmental                                                               PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
course designed to strengthen students’ reading           ment test or successful completion of
                                                          ENGL-093; CO-REQ: ENGL-106 or FYEX-100             ment tests or successful completion of
skills. In this course, students in need of in-                                                              ENGL-094.
tensive reading instruction will complete pre-        DAY:
scribed activities to develop vocabulary and          1600 101     8:00AM-8:50AM     MW        ELB217    DAY:
                                                                   9:00AM-9:50AM     MW        ELB203    3544   101   8:00AM-9:50AM      MW          ELB123
improve reading comprehension. Credits award-                                                            1661   102   10:00AM-11:50AM    MW          ELB121
ed for the completion of ENGL 093 do not ful-         1603   102   9:00AM-9:50AM     MW        ELB202
                                                                   10:00AM-10:50AM   MW        ELB203    8105   103   10:00AM-11:50AM    MW          ELB225
fill degree requirements in any degree or             1782   103   9:00AM-9:50AM     MW        ELB209    1756   104   11:00AM-12:50PM    MW          ELB224
certificate program. ENGL 093 meets five hours                     10:00AM-10:50AM   MW        ELB205    1697   105   12:00PM-1:50PM     MW          ELB118
weekly.                                               1783   104   10:00AM-10:50AM   MW        ELB209    4711   106   1:00PM-2:50PM      MW          ELB120
     PRQ: Appropriate score on reading place-                      11:00AM-11:50AM   MW        ELB203    1638   107   2:00PM-3:50PM      MW          ELB118
     ment tests.*                                     1606   105   11:00AM-11:50AM   MW        ELB218    5556   108   2:00PM-3:50PM      MW          ELB119
                                                                   12:00PM-12:50PM   MW        ELB205    1618   109   8:00AM-9:50AM      TTH         ELB121
DAY:                                                                                                     1876   110   9:00AM-10:50AM     TTH         ELB120
1780 101     11:00AM-11:50AM     MW         ELB209    1616   106   12:00PM-12:50PM   MW        ELB218
                                                                   1:00PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB205    1611   111   10:00AM-11:50AM    TTH         ELB121
             12:00PM-1:20PM      MW         ELB203                                                       8103   112   11:00AM-12:50PM    TTH         ELB225
5547   102   12:00PM-2:20PM      MW         ELB322    1607   107   1:00PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB209
                                                                   2:00PM-2:50PM     MW        ELB205    8104   113   12:00PM-1:50PM     TTH         ELB118
1716   103   11:00AM-11:50AM     TTH        ELB209                                                       1748   114   12:00PM-1:50PM     TTH         ELB201
             12:00PM-1:20PM      TTH        ELB203    1605   108   9:00AM-9:50AM     TTH       ELB116
                                                                   10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH       ELB205    1614   115   2:00PM-3:50PM      TTH         ELB201
3536   104   1:00PM-1:50PM       TTH        ELB108                                                       1686   116   2:00PM-3:50PM      TTH         ELB118
             2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH        ELB203    1762   109   10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH       ELB209
                                                                   11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH       ELB203       Fees: $50.00.
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                      1691   110   12:00PM-12:50PM   TTH       ELB209    EVENING:
EVENING:                                                           1:00PM-1:50PM     TTH       ELB205    1613 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW          ELB123
1778 150     6:30PM-7:20PM       TTH        ELB209    2313   111   1:00PM-1:50PM     TTH       ELB116    1615 151     5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH         ELB121
             7:30PM-8:50PM       TTH        ELB222                 2:00PM-2:50PM     TTH       ELB205    1739 152     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH         ELB201
   Fees: $50.00.                                      1750   112   2:00PM-2:50PM     TTH       ELB209       Fees: $50.00.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                             3:00PM-3:50PM     TTH       ELB205
                                                         Fees: $50.00.                                   SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
3410 M102 9:00AM-12:00PM         M          LCTBA                                                        5649 A126 9:00AM-10:50AM        MW          ELB119
3411 M152 6:30PM-9:30PM          M          LCTBA     EVENING:                                              Fees: $50.00.
   Fees: $50.00.                                      1620 150     5:30PM-6:20PM     MW        ELB209
                                                                   6:30PM-7:20PM     MW        ELB205    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                      1681   151   5:30PM-6:20PM     TTH       ELB209    1859 M156 6:00PM-9:50PM         TH           LCTBA
ENGL-094         Directed Studies in                               6:30PM-7:20PM     TTH       ELB205       Fees: $50.00.
                 Writing (3 credits)                     Fees: $50.00.
                                                      SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
Directed Studies in Writing is a developmental        5648 A126 9:00AM-9:50AM        TTH       ELB209
course designed to strengthen students’ writing                    10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH       ELB203
skills. In this course, students in need of in-          Fees: $50.00.
tensive writing instruction will complete pre-
                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
scribed activities to improve their writing skills.   3412 M111 9:00AM-12:00PM       MW        LCTBA
Beginning with sentences and progressing to              ENGL-096-M111 is a 7-week class that
paragraphs, students learn to construct clearly          meets 8/25/08 - 10/15/08.
written, logically organized, grammatically cor-      3414   M156 6:30PM-9:30PM      MW        LCTBA
rect papers. ENGL-094 meets four hours week-             ENGL-096-M156 is a 7-week class that                                   KEY
ly in a networked, computerized environment.             meets 8/25/08 - 10/15/08.                        COURSE #
    PRQ: Appropriate score on writing place-             Fees: $50.00.
    ment tests.*
                                                                                                          ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
DAY:
1704 101     9:00AM-10:50AM      TTH        ELB123                                                        The study of impedance networks, network
1706 102     1:00PM-2:50PM       TTH        ELB119                                                        theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                          plications of capacitors and inductors.
EVENING:                                                                                                    PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
1769 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH        ELB120                                                        2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                          2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

                                                                                                          INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                                                        DAY(S)
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         ONLINE:                                            4624   127    3:30PM-4:50PM     MW      ELB201
     ENGL-096/097 Fundamentals of                        1649 N190                                          5730   128    4:00PM-5:20PM     MW      ELB122
                 Reading and Writing                        A basic understanding of and access to          5722   129    7:30AM-8:50AM     TTH     ELB120
                                                            the Internet and WWW browsing capability        4701   130    8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH     ELB302
                 Combined (6 Credits)                                                                       1634   131    8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH     ELB122
                                                            are required. After you have registered for
     ENGL-096/097 combined is a fully integrated                                                            5725   132    8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH     ELB206
                                                            this course, go to the HCC homepage and         2616   133    8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH     ELB204
     approach to teaching reading and composition.          click on the link for Distance Learning.        1647   134    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH     ELB122
     Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, reading       Please read the information under the           8099   135    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH     ELB204
     comprehension, and vocabulary development,             heading “Checklist for Registered Online        8100   136    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH     ELB206
     reading rate and writing clear, organized gram-        Students.”                                      4699   137    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH     ELB224
     matically correct assignments. The class meets         Fees: $30.00.                                   8101   138    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH     ELB204
     for eight hours per week including four hours                                                          7196   140    12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH     ELB122
     of classroom instruction and four hours of in-                                                         1711   141    12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH     ELB206
     dividualized lab work. Students whose place-        ENGL-121         College Composition I:            4700   142    12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH     ELB302
     ment test scores require them to take both                                                             3362   143    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB306
                                                                          Expository Writing                1749   144    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB302
     ENGL-096 and ENGL-097 should enroll in
     ENGL-096/097 combined to fulfill both require-                       (3 credits)                       1693   145    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB120
                                                                                                            2316   146    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB320
     ments.                                              ENGL-121 is the first of a two-semester se-        5580   147    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB122
         PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-        quence of college-level composition courses.       4622   148    3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH     ELB123
         ment tests or successful completion of          (ENGL-122 is the second course in the se-          3383   149    3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH     ELB302
         ENGL-093/094.                                   quence for most HCC degree programs. ENGL-         2317   150    4:00PM-5:20PM     TTH     ELB122
         CO-REQ: ENGL-106 or FYEX-100                    121 transfers as university-parallel freshman      4619   E170   8:00AM-9:50AM     MW      ELB320
         When registering by phone, both four-digit      English.) ENGL-121 guides students through the     3532   E171   10:00AM-11:50AM   MW      ELB123
                                                         expository writing process through close read-     1763   E172   12:00PM-1:50PM    MW      ELB320
         course ID numbers will be requested.                                                               1755   E173   3:00PM-4:50PM     TTH     ELB206
         Please, no substitutions in combination         ing of contemporary critical discourse and
                                                                                                               Sections E170-E173 will include attention
         classes. You must enroll in paired classes      teaches the rhetorical arts of argument and per-
                                                                                                               to the language learning needs of ESL
         as listed.                                      suasion through critical thinking, reading and
                                                                                                               students. Permission is required to enroll
     1610   L121   10:00AM-11:50AM   MW      ELB   216   research. Students will develop an understand-
     1664          10:00AM-11:50AM   TTH     ELB   201                                                         in this section, so see your advisor or go
                                                         ing of themselves as readers and writers of cul-
     1696   L122   11:00AM-12:50PM   MW      ELB   119                                                         to the English Division Office (ELB-239) to
                                                         ture as they participate in public discourse
     1604          11:00AM-12:50PM   TTH     ELB   216                                                         be admitted.
                                                         about writing; examine the relationship among
     1601   L123   8:00AM-9:50AM     MW      ELB   122                                                         Fees: $30.00.
     1602          8:00AM-9:50AM     TTH     ELB   209
                                                         writer, audience, and purpose; and practice
                                                         writing prose through a recursive process. Stu-    EVENING:
     1619   L124   10:00AM-11:50AM   MW      ELB   122                                                      1623 151      5:30PM-6:50PM     MW      ELB121
     1652          10:00AM-11:50AM   TTH     ELB   218   dents completing this course should be able to
                                                                                                            2008 152      6:00PM-7:20PM     MW      ELB201
     1628   L125   8:00AM-9:50AM     MW      ELB   218   write persuasive, researched and documented        1645 153      7:30PM-8:50PM     MW      ELB123
     1646          8:00AM-9:50AM     TTH     ELB   203   essays (of at least 1,000 words) demonstrating     1684 154      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH     ELB122
        Section L122 of ENGL-096/097 is for              the conventions of standard written English and    8831 155      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH     ELB123
        health care majors. Readings and writing         manuscript presentation.                           1788 156      7:30PM-8:50PM     TTH     ELB121
        assignments will be related to health                PRQ: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-121 is      3552 157      6:00PM-8:50PM     M       ELB119
        topics and are designed to help students             based on English placement test scores or      4981 158      6:00PM-8:50PM     T       ELB119
        intending to become health care providers            the successful completion of required de-         Fees: $30.00.
        prepare for their major.                             velopmental English course work.               WEEKEND:
        Fees: $100.00                                    DAY:                                               1800 160      9:00AM-12:00PM    S       ELB123
                                                         1714   100   7:00AM-7:52AM     MWF       ELB201       ENGL-121-160 begins on 9/6/08.
                                                         1701   101   8:00AM-8:52AM     MWF       ELB118    8826   161    9:00AM-12:00PM    S       ELB201
     ENGL-115         Creative Writing                   1737   102   8:00AM-8:52AM     MWF       ELB201       ENGL-121-161 begins on 9/6/08.
                      (3 credits)                        1735   103   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF       ELB206    2348   162    1:00PM-4:00PM     S       ELB225
                                                         8094   104   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF       ELB121       ENGL-121-162 begins on 9/6/08.
     Creative Writing introduces students to the         1705   105   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF       ELB206       Fees: $30.00.
     process of using their own experiences and          8095   106   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF       ELB320
     backgrounds to express themselves in at least       1643   107   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF       ELB204    FAST TRACK:
                                                         8096   108   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF       ELB318    6011 F645 6:00PM-9:00PM         F       ELB122
     one of the following genres: poetry, short story                                                                   1:00PM-5:00PM       S       ELB122
     or drama. In addition, students are introduced      1642   109   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF       ELB120
                                                         8097   110   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF       ELB122       FAST TRACK! Earn 3 credits in 6
     to the literary elements appropriate to these                                                             weekends. Class meets Fri and Sat, Sept
                                                         1621   111   1:00PM-1:52PM     MWF       ELB119
     three genres.                                                                                             5-6; 12-13; 19-20, 26-27; Oct 3-4; 10-11.
                                                         8098   112   1:00PM-1:52PM     MWF       ELB122
         PRQ: ENGL 121 or ENGL 101.                      3314   113   1:00PM-1:52PM     MWF       ELB302       Fees: $30.00.
     EVENING:                                            5727   114   1:00PM-1:52PM     MWF       ELB201
     1648 150      7:30PM-10:20PM    T        ELB217     5723   115   2:00PM-2:52PM     MWF       ELB302
        Fees: $10.00.                                    2314   116   3:00PM-3:52PM     MWF       ELB120
                                                         5721   117   7:30AM-8:50AM     MW        ELB121
                                                         1922   118   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW        ELB224
                                                         1924   119   9:30AM-10:50AM    MW        ELB204
                                                         1934   120   11:00AM-12:20PM   MW        ELB304
                                                         2315   121   11:00AM-12:20PM   MW        ELB206
                                                         4698   122   12:30PM-1:50PM    MW        ELB204
                                                         1439   123   12:30PM-1:50PM    MW        ELB206
                                                         1644   124   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW        ELB122
                                                         1630   125   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW        ELB123
                                                         1738   126   3:30PM-4:50PM     MW        ELB123



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ONLINE:                                              DAY:
1698 N190                                            1759   100   7:00AM-7:52AM     MWF     ELB225    ENGL-126        Introduction to
1718 N191                                            2318   101   8:00AM-8:52AM     MWF     ELB225                    Journalism (3 credits)
   A basic understanding of and access to            1708   102   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF     ELB120
                                                     1758   104   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF     ELB320    This course will provide a framework for the
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                     1781   105   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF     ELB318    practical applications required to operate as a
   are required. After you have registered, go
                                                     1784   106   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW      ELB204    journalist in the twenty-first century. Students
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                                                     1724   107   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW      ELB304    will discuss the role and responsibility of press
   the HCC homepage and click on the link            3554   108   12:30PM-1:50PM    MW      ELB304    in a free society and will benefit from the op-
   “Checklist for Registered Online Students”        1785   109   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW      ELB304    portunity to evaluate popular journalistic medi-
   for important information about your              1725   110   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW      ELB225
                                                                                                      ums and their respective contents while
   course. This course has an on-campus              2319   111   3:30PM-4:50PM     MW      ELB225
                                                     1709   112   8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH     ELB304    applying their conclusions to their own deci-
   orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
                                                     1710   113   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH     RCF305    sions and styles as future journalists. They will
   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
                                                     1767   114   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH     ELB123    take on the role of journalist as they adhere to
   and room TBA. For students who are not
                                                     4703   115   12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH     ELB204    the professional standards of news, feature, and
   local, the orientation will be online.
                                                     1851   116   2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB123    opinion pieces for a magazine or newspaper.
   Fees: $30.00.                                     3555   117   2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH     ELB304    Finally, students will implement the writing
HONORS:                                              4615   118   3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH     ELB225    process, from research, interviewing, and note
6018 H176 11:00AM-12:20PM       TTH        RCF305       Fees: $30.00.                                 taking through editing, proofreading, and po-
5728 H177 6:00PM-7:20PM         TTH        ELB201
                                                     EVENING:                                         tential publication.
   Fees: $30.00.                                     1728 150     6:00PM-7:20PM     MW      ELB225        Also listed as MASS-126.
HONORS ROUSE:                                        1713 151     7:30PM-8:50PM     MW      ELB201        PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101
1703 R173 11:00AM-12:20PM       TTH        ELB120    1721 152     7:30PM-8:50PM     TTH     ELB122
4692 R174 11:00AM-12:20PM       TTH        ELB206       Fees: $30.00.                                 EVENING:
4693 R175 11:00AM-12:20PM       TTH        ELB122                                                     7121 150     6:00PM-8:50PM      W          RCF232
                                                     WEEKEND:                                            Fees: $30.00.
   Fees: $30.00.                                     1752 160     9:00AM-12:00PM    S       ELB225
SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:                                 ENGL-122-160 begins on 9/06/08.
1722 A105 9:30AM-10:50AM        MW         RCF305       Fees: $30.00.                                 ENGL-201        American Literature I
   Fees: $30.00.                                     FAST TRACK:                                                      (3 credits)
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               4381 F645 6:00PM-9:00PM        F       ELB122
2480 M101 10:00AM-11:15AM       TTH        LCTBA                 1:00PM-5:00PM      S       ELB122    American Literature I surveys a range of work
4355 M102 8:30AM-9:45AM         MW         LCTBA        Earn 3 credits in 6 weekends. Class meets     produced in the United States of America from
4356 M103 10:00AM-11:15AM       MW         LCTBA        Fri. and Sat. Oct 17 - Nov 22.                the time of the European immigrations of the
2481 M150 6:30PM-9:30PM         T          LCTBA                                                      1600s through the post-Civil War era. Repre-
                                                        Fees: $30.00.
6085 M151 6:30PM-9:30PM         W          LCTBA                                                      sentative literary works from diverse ethnic,
5526 M161 9:00AM-12:15PM        S          LCTBA     ONLINE:
                                                     5061 N190                                        racial, and social groups are studied in their
   ENGL-121-M161 begins on Saturday,                                                                  historical, social, political, and economic con-
   September 6, 2008.                                5062 N191
                                                     7118 N192                                        text for what they both reflect and reveal about
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                      the evolving American experience-including fic-
                                                        A basic understanding of and access to
                                                        the Internet and WWW browsing capability      tion, nonfiction and writings from the Ameri-
ENGL-122         College Composition II:                are required. After you have registered, go   can Revolution. This course is writing intensive.
                                                        to the Distance Learning Homepage on              PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101
                 Writing Through                        the HCC homepage and click on the link        DAY:
                 Literature (3 credits)                 “Checklist for Registered Online Students”    3450 101     12:30PM-3:20PM     M          ELB108
ENGL-122 is the second of a two-semester se-            for important information about your             Fees: $10.00.
quence of college-level expository writing cours-       course.
es. (ENGL-121 is the first course in the                Fees: $30.00.
sequence.) ENGL-122 builds on argumentative,         HONORS:
persuasive, close reading, and research skills       1768 H140 6:00PM-7:20PM        TTH     ELB225
using a variety of literary forms as the subject        Fees: $30.00.
for discussion and writing. Students advance         SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
their understanding of themselves as readers         1700 A102 9:30AM-10:50AM       MW      ELB302
and writers, including the understanding that
                                                                                                                             KEY
                                                        Fees: $30.00.
they participate with others in responsible pub-     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                            COURSE #
lic discourse and have moral and ethical re-         3416 M116 11:30AM-12:45PM      TTH      LCTBA
sponsibilities in that discourse. Approaching        3417 M155 6:30PM-9:30PM        W        LCTBA     ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
writing as a recursive process, this course em-      6087 M160 9:00AM-12:15PM       S        LCTBA
phasizes scholarly inquiry, literary analysis, and      ENGL-122-M160 begins on Saturday,              The study of impedance networks, network
research. Students completing this course               September 6, 2008.                             theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
should be able to write persuasive, researched,         Fees: $30.00.                                  plications of capacitors and inductors.
and documented essays (of at least 2,000                                                                 PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                       2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
words) demonstrating effective communication,                                                          2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
knowledge of literary conventions and the con-
ventions of standard written English and manu-                                                         INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
script presentation.                                                                                    NO.
    PRQ: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-122 is                                                                                       DAY(S)
    based on successful completion of ENGL-                                                            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
    121.                                                                                               For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     ONLINE:                                               ONLINE:
     3470 N190                                             3471 N190 -                                        ENGL-207         Ethics in Literature
        A basic understanding of and access to                A basic understanding of and access to                           (3 credits)
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability              the Internet and WWW browsing capability        Ethics in Literature studies poems, short stories,
        are required. After you have registered, go           are required. After you have registered, go     drama and novels with the intention of probing
        to the Distance Learning Homepage on                  to the Distance Learning Homepage on            both their literary merit and the ethical ques-
        the HCC homepage and click on the link                the HCC homepage and click on the link          tions embedded within them. Students apply
        “Registered Online Students” for important            “Checklist for Registered Online Students”      literary terminology and basic principles of
        information about your course. This                   for important information about your            ethics in order to understand and appreciate
        course has an on-campus orientation on                course. This course has an on-campus            these works. The course emphasizes close and
        Saturday, August 23, 2008, between 9:00               orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,       perceptive reading, thoughtful discussion and
        AM and 1:00 PM, exact time and room                   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time         reflection. This course is writing intensive.
        TBA. For students who are not local, the              and room TBA. For students who are not               PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
        orientation will be online.                           local, the orientation will be online.
        Fees: $30.00.                                         Fees: $30.00.                                   DAY:
                                                                                                              2424 101     9:30AM-10:50AM      MW          ELB218
                                                                                                              2863 102     8:00AM-9:20AM       TTH         ELB217
     ENGL-202         American Literature II               ENGL-205         The Short Story                   2425 103     3:30PM-4:50PM       TTH         ELB218
                                                                                                                 Fees: $10.00.
                      (3 credits)                                           (3 credits)                       EVENING:
     American Literature II studies literature written     The Short Story offers a basic introduction to     1774 150     7:30PM-10:20PM      M           ELB218
     in the United States of America from the mid-         that genre of literature. Students focus on the       Fees: $10.00.
     nineteenth century to recent times. Works are         critical evaluation of representative short sto-   WEEKEND:
     chosen to represent diverse ethnic, racial and        ries by diverse authors from around the world,     3558 160     9:30AM-12:20PM      S           ELB217
     social groups in historical, political and eco-       with an emphasis on American and European             Fees: $10.00.
     nomic contexts for what they reflect and reveal       writers of the nineteenth and twentieth cen-       ONLINE:
     about the evolving American experience and            turies like Hemingway and others; they are pre-    7251 N190
     character. Representative works include Real-         sented with literary terminology and concepts         A basic understanding of and access to
     ist and Naturalist literature, immigrant and Na-      necessary to the discussion and evaluation of         the internet and WWW browsing capability
     tive American experience, classic work from           these works. This course is writing intensive.        are required. After you have registered, go
     WWI and WWII eras, and feminist expression,                PRQ: ENGL 121 or ENGL 101.                       to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     among others. This course is writing intensive.       DAY:                                                  the HCC homepage and click on the link
         PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.                        3454 101    2:00PM-3:20PM      MW        ELB209       “Registered Online Students” for important
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                   Fees: $10.00.                                      information about your course.
     6088 M101 1:00PM-2:15PM          TTH        LCTBA     EVENING:                                              Fees: $30.00.
        Fees: $10.00.                                      4627 150    6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH         A117
                                                              Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                              ENGL-210         Introduction to Fiction,
     ENGL-203         English Literature I                                                                                     Poetry, & Drama
                      (3 credits)                          ENGL-206         African-American
                                                                                                                               (3 credits)
     English Literature I examines language, ideas                          Literature (3 credits)
                                                                                                              Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama stud-
     and political/cultural values in English literature   African-American Literature studies oral and       ies conventions and characteristics of these
     from Anglo-Saxon times through the Renais-            written stories of African-American writers from   three genres of literature and is particularly rec-
     sance and into the 1700s. Students read poet-         the 18th century through the Harlem Renais-        ommended for students new to the study of lit-
     ry, letters and drama, including works by             sance to present times, including authors such     erature. Students study terminology and literary
     Shakespeare, Swift and other important writers.       as Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, and        concepts in order to interpret, analyze and crit-
     Key motifs from the texts include history, ide-       Martin Luther King, Jr. Students analyze major     ically evaluate selections from stories, poems
     ology, and the evolving ideas about humanity          themes like alienation, identity, double-con-      and plays. In addition, they are introduced to
     and the rise of individualism. This course is         sciousness, racism, classism, rebellion, revolt    critical reading strategies, literary criticism, and
     writing intensive.                                    and escape. They both evaluate these works for     an expanding literary canon which includes the
         PRQ: ENGL 121 or ENGL 101.                        their literary merit and make connections be-      work of culturally diverse writers-including a
     DAY:                                                  tween the literature and their own experience.     classic piece from Greek or Shakespearian the-
     3452 101     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH        ELB116    This course is writing intensive.                  atre. This course is writing intensive.
        Fees: $10.00.                                          PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.                          ENGL-210 was formerly ENGL-120.
                                                           DAY:                                                    PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
                                                           1689 101    3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH       ELB217
                                                                                                              DAY:
                                                              Fees: $10.00.                                   1650   101   9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF         ELB116
                                                           ONLINE:                                            8093   102   10:00AM-10:52AM     MWF         ELB116
                                                           1160 N190                                          1639   103   2:00PM-3:20PM       MW          ELB217
                                                              A basic understanding of and access to          1654   104   8:00AM-9:20AM       TTH         ELB218
                                                              the Internet and WWW browsing capability        1653   105   12:30PM-1:50PM      TTH         ELB217
                                                              are required. After you have registered, go        Fees: $10.00.
                                                              to the Distance Learning Homepage on            EVENING:
                                                              the HCC homepage and click on the link          1641 150     6:00PM-7:20PM       MW          ELB217
                                                              “Registered Online Students” for important         Fees: $10.00.
                                                              information about your course.
                                                              Fees: $30.00.


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ONLINE:
1720 N190                                            ENGL-214           Middle Eastern Literature             ENGL-221         Writing for TV and Radio
   A basic understanding of and access to                               (3 credits)                                            (3 credits)
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability          Middle Eastern Literature in English translation         This course focuses on a basic approach to the
   are required. After you have registered, go       will examine major works by Arab and Arab-               different kinds of writing done for all types of
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on              American writers from the advent of World War            television and radio programs. Students en-
   the HCC homepage and click on the link            II to the present. The course will introduce stu-        rolled in this class will learn to write using stan-
   “Registered Online Students” for important        dents to major Middle East literary topics and           dard and accepted broadcast script formats.
   information about your course. This               themes, most notably from those countries that           Treatments, drafts and full scripts for a variety
   course has a required on-campus                   felt the greatest impact of Western influence,           of program types will be explored in this class.
   orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,         signaling a change in literary technique and                 Also listed as MASS-221.
   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time           theme: Egypt, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria,                PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
   and room TBA.                                     Iran and Iraq. Genres studied will include the
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                              EVENING:
                                                     novel, the short story, poetry and historical non-       4975 150     7:30PM-10:20PM      M           ELB225
                                                     fiction necessary for understanding the broad               Fees: $10.00.
ENGL-212         By and About Women                  social, cultural and political changes wrought by
                                                     Western presence, including the changing roles
                 (3 credits)                         of women in Arab/Islamic culture. The course             ENGL-225         Introduction to World
By and About Women studies literature written        is writing intensive.                                                     Literature (3 credits)
by female authors and/or about female charac-             PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.                          Introduction to World Literature examines a va-
ters. Students critically evaluate a variety of      DAY:                                                     riety of texts from antiquity to modern times of-
texts for form and technique. In addition, stu-      8172 101      3:30PM-4:50PM        MW         ELB218     fering students an opportunity to study major
dents analyze the validity of the female experi-         Fees: $10.00.                                        literary works in the context of their cultural val-
ence as portrayed in literature and are
                                                                                                              ues and historical periods. Students apply
expected to gain insight into the challenges and
                                                     ENGL-215           Advanced Creative                     basic terminology and devices for interpreting
power of women in literature and in life. This
                                                                                                              and analyzing literature while focusing on a va-
course is writing intensive.                                            Writing (3 credits)                   riety of genres. They also work with critical
    Also listed as WMST-212.
                                                     Advanced Creative Writing is designed for                reading strategies and literary criticism. This
    PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
                                                     those students who have mastered fundamental             course is writing intensive.
DAY:                                                 elements of creative writing. Students write in               PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
3455 101     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        ELB217
                                                     at least one of the following literary genres: po-       DAY:
   Fees: $10.00.                                     etry, short story or drama. They are encouraged          3460 101     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH         ELB217
                                                     to draw on their backgrounds and experience                 Fees: $10.00.
ENGL-213         Latin American Literature           to shape their writing. This course differs from         ONLINE:
                                                     ENGL 115 in terms of proficiency expected-stu-           3461 N190
                 (3 credits)                         dents of advanced creative writing are expect-              A basic understanding of and access to
Latin American literature, in English translation,   ed to achieve a higher level of proficiency                 the Internet and WWW browsing capability
from the pre-Colonial era to the present, intro-     and/or be further along in their work.                      are required. After you have registered for
duces students to major literary topics and              PRQ: ENGL-115                                           this course, go to the HCC homepage and
themes within a variety of Latin American na-        EVENING:                                                    click on the link for Distance Learning.
tions and cultures, including indigenous and         1146 150      7:30PM-10:20PM       T          ELB217        Please read the information under the
Afro-Latin voices. Genres studied include the            Fees: $10.00.                                           heading “Checklist for Registered Online
novel, the short story, poetry, the testimonial                                                                  Students.”
narrative, and historical nonfiction. Readings,                                                                  Fees: $30.00.
films, and discussion provide the social and         ENGL-217           The English Bible as
historical context necessary for understanding                          Literature (3 credits)
and appreciating Latin American literature from
                                                     The English Bible as Literature studies the King
Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South
                                                     James version of the English Bible as literature,
America. This course is writing intensive.
                                                     providing necessary background to understand the
    PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
                                                     books of the Bible in historical and cultural context,                           KEY
DAY:                                                 including the questions of authorship, canonization,
4369 101     2:00PM-3:20PM      MW         ELB218                                                              COURSE #
                                                     and translation. The course also emphasizes the
   Fees: $10.00.                                     types of literature to be found in the Bible, includ-
                                                     ing narrative, poetry, biography, history, epistolary     ELEC 112         AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                     writing, wisdom literature, prophetic literature, and
                                                                                                               The study of impedance networks, network
                                                     apocalyptic literature. In addition, the course ex-
                                                                                                               theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                     plores the influence the Bible has had on other lit-
                                                                                                               plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                     erature and on different disciplines, such as art,
                                                                                                                 PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                     music, film, and contemporary popular culture.            2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh         L123
                                                     This course is writing intensive.                         2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh         L123
                                                          PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.
                                                     EVENING:                                                  INDEX           TIME                    LOCATION
                                                     8171 050      6:00PM-7:20PM        MW         ELB218       NO.
                                                         Fees: $10.00.                                                                        DAY(S)
                                                                                                               SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                               For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                           cation of entrepreneurial opportunities. The el-    6289   001
     ENGL-230         Technical Writing                    ements of creative problem-solving, the devel-         This course is offered through the Center
                      (3 credits)                          opment of a business concept/model and                 for Entrepreneurial and Business
     This intensive online writing class provides an       feasibility study, and the social/moral/ethical        Excellence. Prior to registering, students
     introduction to technical and professional com-       implications of entrepreneurship will be incor-        will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-
     munication. In an interactive workshop format,        porated. Credit will only be granted for one of        772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
     students learn to think critically about the in-      the following: ENTR-100 or ENTR-101.                   arrange meeting days and times.
     formative, persuasive, and ethical dimensions of      SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:                                Fees: $25.00.
     their writing. They study rhetorical principles       3534 A001 12:00PM-12:50PM       TTH       ELB108
     and apply them to an array of assignments                                                                 ENTR-103        Starting Your Own
     from brief memos to formal proposals. In ad-
     dition, students learn how to adapt their writing
                                                           ENTR-101         Entrepreneurship and                               Business I (3 credits)
     process to rapidly changing communication                              Creativity (3 credits)             ENTR-103 provides the entrepreneur with a
     technologies, how to effectively write in a col-      This interdisciplinary course is designed to in-    guide through the process of business start up
     laborative setting, and how to connect with a         troduce students to the concept of sustainable      or enhancement. Following the completion of
     specific audience. (While this class is appro-        entrepreneurship, a manageable process that         the ENTR-103, the entrepreneur will bring the
     priate for all majors, it is especially helpful for   can be applied across careers and work set-         business to successful launch or have discov-
     those students enrolled in the Computer Sci-          tings. It focuses on building entrepreneurial at-   ered ways to improve the existing business.
     ence/Internet Technologies major.)                    titudes and behaviors that will lead to creative    Goals and progress toward goals are reviewed
     ONLINE:                                               solutions within community and organizational       with changes made as needed. The entrepre-
     1753 N190                                             environments. Course topics include the histo-      neur participates in networking with other busi-
        A basic understanding of and access to             ry of entrepreneurship, the role of entrepre-       nesses and resources. The entrepreneur uses
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability           neurs and intrapreneurs in the 21st century         these resources to enhance business opportu-
        are required. After you have registered for        global economy, and the identification of en-       nities.
        this course, go to the HCC homepage and            trepreneurial opportunities. The elements of            PRQ: ENTR-102.
        click on the link for Distance Learning.           creative problem-solving, the development of a      6270   001
        Please read the information under the              business concept/model and feasibility study,          This course is offered through the Center
        heading “Checklist for Registered Online           and the social/moral/ethical implications of en-       for Entrepreneurial and Business
        Students.”                                         trepreneurship will be incorporated.       This        Excellence. Prior to registering, students
        Fees: $30.00.                                      course is directed toward forging views of en-         will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-
                                                           trepreneurship and intrapreneurship as they op-        772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
                                                           erate in today’s world. Credit will only be            arrange meeting days and times.
     ENGL-250         Shakespeare From Page                granted for one of the following: ENTR-100 or          Fees: $50.00.
                      to Stage (3 credits)                 ENTR-101.
     Shakespeare from Page to Stage focuses on                 PRQ: ENGL-121                                   ENTR-104        Business Plan
     reading, analyzing and interpreting Shake-            DAY:
                                                                                                                               Development (3 credits)
     speare’s plays as literary texts; understanding       5592 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH          TA3
     them as products of specific historical, cultural     2230 002     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW        RCF232    In this course the entrepreneur participates in
                                                           8365 003     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH       RCF339    a series of three modules that are critical com-
     and artistic currents, and as performance text
     meant for production. Emphasis is given to the           Fees: $20.00.                                    ponents of a business plan. The entrepreneur
     process that transforms literary text through pro-    EVENING:                                            will examine the industry that incorporates their
     duction, informed by literary and theatrical ele-     6708 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T         ELB108    business and will look at potential forces that
     ments. This course is writing intensive.                 Fees: $20.00.                                    may impact the success of their business. They
        Also listed as THET-250.                                                                               will examine the customer base and competi-
        PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101.                                                                             tion. They will discuss how to produce revenue
                                                           ENTR-102         Entrepreneurial                    and growth and will examine the financial sit-
     DAY:
     2321 101     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH        ELB218
                                                                            Assessment (1 credit)              uation, with a projection of the company’s fi-
        Fees: $25.00.                                      This course is a guided process that establish-     nancial future.
                                                           es a link between the entrepreneur and the              PRQ: ENTR-102.
                                                                                                               6151   001
                                                           Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excel-
                                                                                                                  This course is offered through the Center
     ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                      lence (CEBE). The entrepreneur will be able to
                                                           identify the needs and goals of his existing or        for Entrepreneurial and Business
                                                                                                                  Excellence. Prior to registering, students
                                                           proposed business and determine the status of
                                                           development and operation. An assessment               will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-
     ENTR-100         Intro to Entrepreneurship                                                                   772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
                                                           report will develop from initial input from the
                      (2 credits)                          entrepreneur to the business coach. Based on           arrange meeting days and times.
     This interdisciplinary course is designed to in-      recommendations, the entrepreneur will analyze         Fees: $50.00.
     troduce students to the concept of entrepre-          methods and pathways to pursue in accord
     neurship, a manageable process that can be            with the services and curricula offered by the
     applied across careers and work settings. It fo-      CEBE.
     cuses on building entrepreneurial attitudes and
     behaviors that will lead to creative solutions
     within community and organizational environ-
     ments. Course topics include the history of en-
     trepreneurship, the role of entrepreneurs in the
     21st century global economy, and the identifi-



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ENTR-105        Business Plan Writing               ENTR-108          Marketing Plan                     ENTR-111         Advanced Website
                (1 credit)                                            Development (3 credits)                             Development (1 credit)
In this course the entrepreneur assembles the       In this three module course the entrepreneur         In this course the entrepreneur receives support
component parts of the business plan and com-       will complete a marketing plan for the business.     in development of an electronic business en-
pletes the written document. The completion of      The entrepreneur will complete market re-            hancement to their website.
this document prepares the entrepreneur for         search that will help define relevant needs of           PRQ: ENTR-110.
funding. The entrepreneur will create a plan        the customer base. He/she will define the ele-       2503   001
which is a road map that includes goals for         ments of the marketing mix, product, price,             This course is offered through the Center
producing revenue and additional growth.            place and promotion, for their business and             for Entrepreneurial and Business
    PRQ: ENTR-104, ENTR-120 or ENTR 210.            explain their role in building a successful mar-        Excellence. Prior to registering, students
2492   001                                          keting strategy.                                        will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-
   This course is offered through the Center            PRQ: ENTR-102 or ENTR-120 or ENTR-210.              772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
   for Entrepreneurial and Business                 6290   001                                              arrange meeting days and times.
   Excellence. Prior to registering, students          This course is offered through the Center            Fees: $25.00.
   will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-            for Entrepreneurial and Business
   772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                  Excellence. Prior to registering, students
   arrange meeting days and times.                     will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-          ENTR-120         Entrepreneurship in
   Fees: $25.00.                                       772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                                 Practice (3 credits)
                                                       arrange meeting days and times.                   This second-level course is designed to prepare
                                                       Fees: $50.00.                                     business students and others to succeed in the
ENTR-106        Presenting the Business
                                                                                                         new, global economy by teaching them to think
                Plan (1 credit)                                                                          and act like entrepreneurs. Students will learn
                                                    ENTR-109          Customer Service for the
This course prepares the entrepreneur to de-                                                             the skills required to launch and manage new
scribe the particular company and present the                         New Business Start Up              ventures, within or outside of the corporate en-
business plan to potential funding sources. The                       (1 credit)                         vironment. Case studies, virtual enterprises, sim-
basic principles and techniques of presentation     In this course the entrepreneur discovers the el-    ulations,    and     interaction    with    local
and practice with feedback are included. The        ements of the customer service function perti-       entrepreneurs will allow students to practice
entrepreneur will present the business plan to      nent to their business. Topics include               and refine their entrepreneurial skills. Course
a jury that includes select members of the ad-      establishing effective and efficient interpersonal   topics include recognizing opportunity and risk,
visory board, faculty, other students.              relations with current and potential clients.        developing a business model, securing re-
    PRQ: ENTR-104 or ENTR-105 or ENTR-120           Functions such as initiating contact, providing      sources, managing the new venture, ethical is-
    or ENTR-210                                     clear information, determining level of client       sues, and planning for growth and change.
2496   001                                                                                               DAY:
                                                    need and understanding, and incorporating of-
   This course is offered through the Center                                                             5593 001     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         ELB323
                                                    fice procedures are emphasized.
   for Entrepreneurial and Business                 2498   001                                              Fees: $35.00.
   Excellence. Prior to registering, students          This course is offered through the Center         EVENING:
   will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-            for Entrepreneurial and Business                  2429 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W            HR320
   772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                  Excellence. Prior to registering, students           Fees: $35.00.
   arrange meeting days and times.                     will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-
   Fees: $25.00.                                       772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
                                                       arrange meeting days and times.
ENTR-107        Business Problem-                      Fees: $25.00.
                Solving for the
                Entrepreneur (1 credit)             ENTR-110          Basic Website
This course prepares the entrepreneur to iden-                        Development (1 credit)
tify one or more area(s) of need specific to the    In this course the entrepreneur works with oth-
business. The entrepreneur assesses the             ers to develop a website appropriate for the
need(s), develops solutions, establishes out-       business. The entrepreneur learns how the web                               KEY
comes, and develops a framework for monitor-        can work for the business and how to most ef-
ing outcomes. Business Problem Solving for the      fectively establish a presence on the web. The        COURSE #
Entrepreneur is available in the following areas    entrepreneur works with an expert to define
pertinent to business start up: strategy develop-   meaningful information about their company            ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
ment, use of technology, human resource man-        and its products or services. The information is
                                                                                                          The study of impedance networks, network
agement, legal issues and accounting.               then put up on the Website where it can be
                                                                                                          theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
     PRQ: ENTR-102 and ENTR-103.                    viewed in an interactive manner.
2497   001                                                                                                plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                        PRQ: ENTR-102, ENTR-103 or ENTR-108.
   This course is offered through the Center        6843   001                                              PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                          2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   for Entrepreneurial and Business                    This course is offered through the Center
                                                                                                          2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Excellence. Prior to registering, students          for Entrepreneurial and Business
   will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-            Excellence. Prior to registering, students         INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
   772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                  will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-            NO.
   arrange meeting days and times.                     772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                                               DAY(S)
   Fees: $25.00.                                       arrange meeting days and times.                    SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                       Fees: $25.00.                                      For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         DAY:                                               5336   001
     ENTR-154        Introduction to eBay                3581 001    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH       ELB321       This course is offered through the Center
                     (1 credit)                             Fees: $50.00.                                      for Entrepreneurial and Business
     This course serves as an introduction to online     EVENING:                                              Excellence. Prior to registering, students
     auctioneering using eBay.com. After successful      3582 050    6:00PM-8:50PM      M         ELB321       will need to contact Betty Noble at 410-
     completion of this course, the student will be         Fees: $50.00.                                      772-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
     able to understand effective bidding strategies                                                           arrange meeting days and times.
     when purchasing items as well as how to max-                                                              Fees: $50.00.
                                                         ENTR-210         Developing Business
     imize opportunity for success in selling items
     listed for sale on eBay.com. Familiarity with a                      Opportunities and Plans
     computer, the Internet, and email skills are
     strongly recommended before enrolling in this
                                                                          (3 credits)                       EXERCISE SCIENCE
                                                         This course provides basic information and
     course. This course may be completed in             skills needed by students who wish to develop
     fewer than 14 weeks and may be started at any       their own small business, who currently work
                                                                                                            EXSC-100         Introduction to Physical
     time during the school year. All of the work        in such an operation, or who function in a larg-                    Education (1 credit)
     (except tests) may be done outside of class if      er business which cultivates intrapreneurship.     This course is designed to present the basic
     student has compatible software. Credit will        The essential elements of this course revolve      concepts and physical skills necessary for basic
     only be granted for one of the following:           around recognizing new opportunities for en-       instruction of movement activities at the ele-
     ENTR-154 or ENTR-205.                               trepreneurial activities, developing successful    mentary education level. The student will par-
     OPEN ENTRY:                                         methods of perceiving such endeavors, and se-      ticipate in and develop leadership skills for
     2258 001    -                             ELB301    lecting mechanisms needed to analyze the           instructing such activities.
        This class is offered on an open-entry           strengths and weaknesses of a new or evolving
        basis, which means that you may attend                                                              EVENING:
                                                         entrepreneurial venture.                           2790 350     4:30PM-6:25PM       W           AF110
        class any of the days and times listed                                                                           4:30PM-6:25PM       W          AFGYM
                                                         EVENING:
        below. You may vary your hours from              5591 050    6:00PM-8:50PM      TH          N103       This course meets for 7 weeks and ends
        week to week, attend class as often as              Fees: $35.00.                                      October 8, 2008 with the final exam
        you wish, and finish this course early.                                                                scheduled for October 15, 2008.
        You may do all of the work for this
        course at home. You must come to the             ENTR-215         Taking Innovation to              LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                                                                            2022 M351 6:30PM-9:20PM          T           LCTBA
        college once (during the days and hours                           Market (3 credits)                   This is a special section being held at the
        listed below) to take a written test that
                                                         Students will work in peer teams under the            Laurel College Center for Elementary
        has a deadline for completion. There are
                                                         guidance of entrepreneurial mentors to com-           Education majors. Students must register
        assignments in this course that also have
                                                         plete the facets of developing innovations. Stu-      for both HEED-115-M351 Index 2021 and
        deadlines for completion. During the times
                                                         dents will learn the phases of transforming           EXSC-100-M351 Index 2022.
        below, an instructor will be available to
        help you one-on-one. This course requires        innovation to the business world. This will in-
        about 40-50 hours to complete.                   clude identifying, assessing, marketing, and de-
                                                         termining licensure of innovations. Students
                                                                                                            EXSC-101         Introduction to Exercise
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    will examine real-life technology overviews pre-                    Science (1 credit)
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50            pared by participating research labs and work      This course is designed to provide the student
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00      with team members, inventors, and mentors to       with an overview of individual academic sub-
        to 8:50                                          take an innovation to the marketplace. Through     disciplines of Exercise Science. The develop-
        Friday 8 to 12                                   these processes, team work, decision-making,       ment of Exercise Science as an academic
        Fees: $20.00.                                    and analyses will be prime areas of learning.      discipline and the relationship between the sub-
                                                         (3 hours)                                          disciplines will be discussed. Career opportuni-
                                                         DAY:                                               ties in the exercise field will be examined.
     ENTR-205        eBay and Other Online               8362 001    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH       ELB306    DAY:
                     Auction Tools (3 credits)              Fees: $25.00.                                   4752 301      3:00PM-3:52PM      M            AF110
     This course serves as an introduction to online     EVENING:
                                                         8363 051    7:00PM-10:00PM     W         ELB322
     auctioneering by utilizing various online auc-                                                         EXSC-110         Introduction to Athletic
     tioneering websites as businesses tools.               Fees: $25.00.
     Through a comprehensive exploration of the                                                                              Training (1 credit)
     online auction process, students will learn         ENTR-903         Starting Your Own                 This course is designed as an introduction to
     about various auction strategies for the purpose                                                       athletic training. The athletic trainer as an allied
     of purchasing and selling goods online. This                         Business II (3 credits)           health care professional will be examined. The
     will enable students to determine which online      ENTR-903 provides an intermediate level of en-     manual skills required in the profession will
     auction strategies and techniques work best for     trepreneurial development. This course intro-      also be examined.
     their specific area of product interest. Students   duces skills required to enhance a young,          DAY:
     will employ supplemental online auction tools       growing business. Individual personal and busi-    4510 301     2:00PM-2:52PM       T           AF110
     as aids in this web-based business format. Stu-     ness goals are set at the beginning of the                      2:00PM-2:52PM       T          AFGYM
     dents will examine, use, and evaluate core          course and progress is reviewed with changes       EVENING:
     business concepts such marketing, sales, in-        made as necessary. Upon completion of ENTR-        2793 350     6:30PM-7:25PM       W           AF110
     ventory management, and finance and trace the       903, the entrepreneur will have measurable im-                  6:30PM-7:25PM       W          AFGYM
     impacts that these components have when op-         provement in business outcomes. Prerequisite:
     erating as an online auction business. Credit       ENTR-103
     will only be granted for one of the following:
     ENTR-154 or ENTR-205.


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EXSC-209         Sport and Exercise                  FARSI                                                 FILM-172        Introduction to World
                 Nutrition (3 credits)                                                                                     Cinema (3 credits)
This course will apply the basic nutritional the-    FARS-101          Elementary Farsi I                  This course will focus on the thematic and
ories, principles, and concepts to participation                                                           technical concerns of great European and
in fitness and sports activities. The requirements
                                                                       (4 credits)                         Asian directors from the Soviet Eisenstein’s
necessary for participation and performance en-      In this introductory course, students learn to lis-   ground-breaking ideas about editing in the
hancement for all levels of athletic and exercise    ten, speak, write and read at a beginning level.      1920’s to Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s founding
performance will be examined. Students will          They also learn about the diverse cultures of the     of the New German Cinema in the 1970’s.
learn to apply the various sports nutrition con-     Farsi-speaking world. Students will become fa-        Films from Japan, Italy, France, Sweden, Brazil
cepts for recreational to elite level athletes.      miliar with the Farsi script and sound system,        and India will be featured.
Course content includes energy systems, hydra-       develop a working vocabulary, and learn rudi-         DAY:
tion, pre-and post-event nutrition, weight man-      mentary grammatical concepts. This course may         4565 701     3:30PM-6:30PM      M         HVPA145
agement and body composition issues of               be offered as self-instructional/tutor assisted.      2504 702     12:30PM-3:30PM     TH        HVPA145
athletes, ergogenic aids. (3 hours weekly)           EVENING:                                                 Fees: $10.00.
DAY:                                                 8141 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       T            N103
8214 301     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW           N103       Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                           FILM-207        German Film (3 credits)
                                                                                                           This course is an interdisciplinary study of con-
EXSC-210         Sport and Exercise
                 Psychology (3 credits)
                                                     FILM                                                  temporary German society and culture through
                                                                                                           the medium of film. The aim of the course is
                                                                                                           to show the interconnection between artistic ex-
This course will provide the student with the
opportunity to study human behavior in sport         FILM-101          Introduction to Film                pression and the historical, social, and cultural
                                                                                                           realities within Germany from the 1900s to the
and exercise settings. It is designed to provide                       (3 credits)                         present.
the student with information about research in       This course is an introduction to the history of          Also listed as GERM-207
the field of sport psychology as well as practi-     film as well as to the vocabulary and analytical
cal knowledge to become a more effective fit-                                                              DAY:
                                                     skills with which to approach the study of mo-        1852 701     3:30PM-6:30PM      T         HVPA145
ness instructor, athlete, athletic administrator,    tion pictures. The course will examine film
physical educator, personal trainer, or coach. It                                                             Fees: $10.00.
                                                     form, style, and industry practices through read-
will examine theories of individual personality      ings, film screenings, and discussions, learning
and explore the social phenomenon associated         to watch films with the goals of critical thinking,   FILM-212        The Films of Alfred
with sport participation.                            thoughtful discussion, and interpretive writing.                      Hitchcock (3 credits)
DAY:                                                 DAY:
5951 301     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW            TA4                                                          This course is an introduction to the films of
                                                     1855 701     12:30PM-3:30PM      M        HVPA145
                                                                                                           Alfred Hitchcock. Students will view a variety of
                                                        Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                           Hitchcock’s films which span his career from
EXSC-220         Introduction to the Martial                                                               Easy Virtue in 1928 to Family Plot in 1976.
                 Arts (3 credits)                    FILM-171          Introduction to American            Supplemental videos will present some of
                                                                                                           Hitchcock’s working practices and examples of
This course is designed to provide the student                         Cinema (3 credits)                  his work in TV. Readings will include critical
with a comparative study of the diverse martial      After viewing a wide variety of selected films        analyses.
arts systems of the world. Martial arts of various   the student should be able to demonstrate
regions and cultures will be examined including                                                            DAY:
                                                     knowledge of aesthetic principles as they apply       1854 701     12:30PM-3:30PM     W         HVPA145
those of Ancient Greece and Rome, Southeast          to the film as an art medium.
Asia, East Asia, Africa, South America, Europe,                                                               Fees: $10.00.
                                                     DAY:
and North America. This course will examine
                                                     1188 701     9:30AM-12:30PM      F        HVPA145
the physical, psychological, historical, anthropo-   3853 702     12:30PM-3:30PM      T        HVPA145
logical, and social influences of the martial arts      Fees: $10.00.
on global societies. The impact of gender, cul-
                                                     EVENING:
ture, and competition on the development and
                                                     4511 750     7:30PM-10:30PM      M        HVPA145
variation of indigenous martial arts will be in-                                                                                  KEY
                                                        Fees: $10.00.
vestigated. The role martial arts have played and
plays in the development of fine and perform-        ONLINE:                                                COURSE #
                                                     3333 W990
ance arts will also be examined.
                                                        This online course incorporates the video
DAY:                                                    and print materials of a professionally
                                                                                                            ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
8211 301     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH        AFGYM                                                            The study of impedance networks, network
                                                        produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                        cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and                theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                        videostreamed from the HCC library                  plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                        hompage to individual student computers.              PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                        Tape rental is also an option. After you            2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                        have registered, go to the Distance                 2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                        Learning Homepage on the HCC
                                                        homepage and click on the link                      INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                             NO.
                                                        “Registered Online Students” for important                                       DAY(S)
                                                        information about your course.                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                        Fees: $45.00.                                       For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     FINANCIAL PLANNING                                  ONLINE:
                                                         1423 N090
                                                                                                              ONLINE:
                                                                                                              6020 W630
                                                            A basic understanding of and access to            6057 W631
                                                            the Internet and WWW browsing capability             This online course incorporates the video
     FNPL-101        Personal Financial                     are required. After you have registered, go          and print materials of a professionally
                     Planning Principles                    to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 produced telecourse. Course videos are
                     (3 credits)                            the HCC homepage and click on the link               cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
                                                            “Checklist for Registered Online Students”           videostreamed from the HCC library
     This course presents an overview of the finan-                                                              homepage to individual student computers.
                                                            for important information about your
     cial planning process: insurance and investment                                                             Tape rental is also available. After you
                                                            course.
     decisions, income tax, retirement and estate                                                                have registered, go to the Distance
                                                            Fees: $30.00.
     planning.                                                                                                   Learning Homepage on the HCC
     DAY:                                                                                                        homepage and click on the link “Checklist
     2227 002     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW        ELB323    FNPL-901         Investing in Common                    for Registered Online Students” for
        Fees: $15.00.                                                     Stock (1 credit)                       important information about your course.
     EVENING:                                                                                                    Fees: $45.00.
     1427 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     T         ELB120
                                                         Students will learn to analyze companies for
                                                         making investment decisions and will be ex-          HONORS:
        Fees: $15.00.                                                                                         5773 H701 9:30AM-12:20PM        M       HVPA155
                                                         pected to participate in online discussion once
     ONLINE:                                             per week. Basic business knowledge is assumed.          Fees: $20.00.
     2522 N090
        A basic understanding of and access to           ONLINE:
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability         1425 N090                                            FINE-102        Arts, Cultures and Ideas
                                                            A basic understanding of and access to
        are required. After you have registered, go
                                                            the Internet and WWW browsing capability                          (3 credits)
        to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                                                            are required. After you have registered, go       An interdisciplinary, team-taught course that in-
        the HCC homepage and click on the link
                                                            to the Distance Learning Homepage on              troduces how the humanities and their arts ad-
        “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
                                                            the HCC homepage and click on the link            dress ways of thinking about what is human.
        for important information about your
                                                            “Checklist for Registered Online Students”        The course will focus on at least three areas of
        course.
                                                            for important information about your              arts and humanities within an historical period
        Fees: $45.00.
                                                            course.                                           and/or an individual culture, all of which will
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                 Fees: $10.00.                                     be determined each semester.
     4360 M060 6:00PM-10:30PM        F         LCTBA                                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                8:15AM-5:30PM        S         LCTBA
        FNPL-101-M060 meets on Oct.10-11, Oct.24-                                                             DAY:
        25, and Nov.7-8 2008.
        Fees: $15.00.
                                                         FINE ARTS                                            4553 701     9:30AM-12:20PM     W       HVPA155
                                                                                                                 Section 701 will study THE RENAISSANCE.
                                                                                                                 From the artistic geniuses of Italy -
                                                         FINE-101         Humanities Through the                 Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Dante - to
     FNPL-105        Financial Planning for                               Arts (3 credits)                       Shakespeare’s England, this course
                     Young Adults (3 credits)                                                                    celebrates Renaissance humanism and its
                                                         In this course, the humanities are approached           enduring influence. We will learn about
     This course is designed, in general, for those      through a study of nine major arts: film, dance,        the works of painters, sculptors, architects,
     under 30 years of age who are interested in         music, literature, photography, painting, theatre,      and writers and their historical and
     learning how to plan for a financially secure fu-   sculpture, and architecture. Each of these arts         cultural contexts.
     ture by practical applications in the following     is considered from the perspectives of art;          8261   702   12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH     HVPA155
     areas: money management, spending and sav-          meaning and form expressed; and criticism or            Section 702 will study THE MAJOR
     ing plans, credit/debt management, and invest-      critical evaluation.                                    MOVEMENTS OF 20TH/21ST CENTURY
     ing for the future.                                 DAY:                                                    PAINTING, SCULPTURE, AND
     DAY:                                                1190   701   9:30AM-12:20PM     M        HVPA155        PHOTOGRAPHY IN EUROPE AND THE
     1499 001     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH       ELB119    1193   702   2:00PM-3:20PM      MW       HVPA155        UNITED STATES. Note: Section 702 is
                                                         2471   703   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH      HVPA145        also listed as ARTT-122-702.
                                                         1192   704   9:30AM-12:20PM     F        HVPA155     4559   703   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH     HVPA155
     FNPL-201        Investment Analysis and                Fees: $20.00.                                        Section 703 will study THE MAJOR
                     Portfolio Selection                 EVENING:                                                MOVEMENTS OF 20TH/21ST CENTURY
                     (3 credits)                         1191 750     5:00PM-6:20PM      TTH      HVPA155        PAINTING, SCULPTURE, AND
                                                         4563 751     7:00PM-9:50PM      T        HVPA145        PHOTOGRAPHY IN EUROPE AND THE
     Upon successful completion of this course, the         Fees: $20.00.                                        UNITED STATES. Note: Section 703 is
     student will be familiar with a wide variety of     WEEKEND:                                                also listed as ARTT-122-703.
     financial investments: long-term securities;        1187 760     9:30AM-12:20PM     S        HVPA155     6231   704   1:00PM-3:50PM      F       HVPA155
     stocks and bonds; limited income securities;           Fees: $20.00.                                        Section 704 will study AT THE EDGE OF
     treasury bills; and mutual funds. An overview of                                                            MODERN ART - Explore new and exciting
     analytical techniques, construction of an invest-                                                           visual (e.g., photography, sculpture,
     ment portfolio and tax considerations will be                                                               plastics) and performing arts (e.g., music,
     presented as well.                                                                                          dance, juggling) through a survey of
                                                                                                                 contemporary art forms that hover at or
                                                                                                                 beyond the horizon of traditional art.
                                                                                                                 Computer literacy and internet browsing
                                                                                                                 required.




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8262   705   12:30PM-3:20PM     F
   Ssection 705 will study THE BEAUTY OF
                                         HVPA145
                                                     FIRST-YEAR                                           FAST TRACK:
                                                                                                          1998 F645 6:00PM-8:00PM          F          ELB117
   THE LINE. This course explores the
   beauty of the line in 20th century artistry
                                                     EXPERIENCE                                                       9:00AM-12:30PM
                                                                                                                      9:00AM-12:30PM
                                                                                                                                           S
                                                                                                                                           S
                                                                                                                                                      ELB117
                                                                                                                                                      ELB117
   and includes, for example, such arts as                                                                   FAST TRACK! Earn 2 credits in 3
   poetry, painting, dance, drama and                FYEX-100           Strategies for Success               weekends. Class meets Sept 5-7, 12-14,
   architecture.                                                                                             and 19-21. Students must purchase
                                                                        (2 credits)                          textbook prior to first class meeting.
   Fees: $20.00.
                                                     Strategies for Success is a two-credit course de-       Fees: $25.00.
EVENING:
1194 750     7:30PM-10:20PM     M        HVPA155
                                                     signed to guide first-year students towards in-      EXPRESS:
   Section 750 will study THE RENAISSANCE.           terdisciplinary academic mastery. Building on        3598 P165    8:30AM-12:20PM      S          ELB117
   From the artistic geniuses of Italy -             skills introduced at the secondary level, stu-          FYEX-100-P165 meets for 7 weeks from
   Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Dante - to                dents will experiment with and apply college-           9/06/08 - 10/18/08.
   Shakespeare’s England, this course                level academic and life skill strategies through        Fees: $25.00.
   celebrates Renaissance humanism and its           experiential and collaborative learning and will
   enduring influence. We will learn about           select and integrate those strategies best suited
   the works of painters, sculptors, architects,
   and writers and their historical and
                                                     for their own individual success. (2 hours
                                                     weekly)                                              FRENCH
   cultural contexts.                                DAY:
   Fees: $20.00.                                     1667   101    8:00AM-8:50AM     MW        ELB117     FREN-101         Elementary French I
                                                     1636   102    9:00AM-9:50AM     MW        ELB117
                                                     5720   103    10:00AM-10:50AM   MW        ELB117                      (4 credits)
FINE-103         Introduction to the                 1627   104    11:00AM-11:50AM   MW        ELB117     In this introductory course, students learn to lis-
                                                     1847   105    12:00PM-12:50PM   MW        ELB117     ten, speak, write and read on a basic level.
                 Creative Arts (3 credits)           8175   106    1:00PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB117
                                                     5718   107    2:00PM-2:50PM     MW        ELB117
                                                                                                          They also learn about the diverse cultures of
This course will introduce the students to the                                                            the French-speaking world. Instruction focuses
                                                     1742   108    3:00PM-3:50PM     MW        ELB117
basic elements, principles, processes, materials,                                                         on oral communication, and is supported by a
                                                     1730   109    8:00AM-8:50AM     TTH       ELB117
and inherent artistic qualities of theater, music,   1671   110    9:00AM-9:50AM     TTH       ELB117     computerized classroom and peer learning
dance, and the visual arts. Focus is on experi-      1625   111    10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH       ELB117     groups. Day sections of French must also reg-
ential learning using a creative dramatics ap-       3546   112    11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH       ELB108     ister for a French Lab.
proach. The course is geared toward students         5719   113    12:00PM-12:50PM   TTH       ELB117
                                                                                                          DAY:
planning to work with elementary-age children        1740   114    1:00PM-1:50PM     TTH       ELB117
                                                                                                          2402 101     11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH        ELB219
as teachers, caregivers, and others specializing     1743   115    2:00PM-2:50PM     TTH       ELB117
                                                        FYEX-100-115 incorporates learning                   Fees: $25.00.
in child development. This course is a require-
ment for all transfer students pursuing the AAT         strategies with collegiate athletic
Elementary Education degree.                            responsibilities to facilitate the academic       FREN-101L        Elementary French I Lab
                                                        success of student athletes enrolled in
DAY:
                                                        HCC Dragon programs. Topics to be                                  (0 credits)
1143 701     1:00PM-3:50PM      M             TA3
1123 702     1:00PM-3:50PM      T             TA3       covered in the course include time                FREN-101L students must also register for a
2551 703     1:00PM-3:50PM      W             TA3       management, notetaking, test taking, goal         FREN-101 lecture class.
   Fees: $30.00.                                        setting, and effective use of college             DAY:
EVENING:                                                resources.                                        2403 140     8:30AM-9:20AM       TH         ELB223
8366 750     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH            TA3    1617   116    3:00PM-3:50PM     TTH       ELB117     2404 141     11:00AM-11:50AM     F          ELB224
                                                     4803   117    10:00AM-11:50AM   F         ELB117
   Fees: $30.00.
                                                     1745   E106   1:00PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB117
                                                     1723   E114   11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH       ELB117
FINE-200         20th Century Arts,                     Sections E106 and E114 are specifically
                                                        for non-native speaking students. They
                 Cultures, and Ideas -                  meet the same course objectives, but
                 HONORS/ROUSE                           provide additional support to ESL students.
                 (3 credits)                            Permission is required to enroll, so see
                                                        your advisor or go to the English Division
This interdisciplinary Rouse Scholar’s course           Office(ELB-239) to be admitted.                                          KEY
will introduce to the student how the art,              Fees: $25.00.                                      COURSE #
music, and literature of the 20th century reflects
                                                     EVENING:
the diverse cultures and human values of this
                                                     8174 150      5:30PM-7:20PM     M         ELB117
unique period in history.                            1672 151      7:30PM-9:20PM     M         ELB117
                                                                                                           ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121              1746 152      5:30PM-7:20PM     T         ELB117      The study of impedance networks, network
HONORS ROUSE:                                        1690 153      7:30PM-9:20PM     W         ELB117      theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
1138 R701 2:00PM-3:20PM         MW         ELB307    1803 154      5:30PM-7:20PM     TH        ELB117      plications of capacitors and inductors.
   Section R701 is only available to Rouse              Fees: $25.00.                                        PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   Scholars.                                                                                               2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
                                                                                                           2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123

                                                                                                           INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                                                                                                         DAY(S)
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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     FREN-102         Elementary French II                GEOGRAPHY                                         ONLINE:
                                                                                                            6090 W630
                      (4 credits)                                                                              This online course incorporates the video
                                                                                                               and print materials of a professionally
     Students continue to develop the four basic          GEOG-101        Introduction to World                produced telecourse. Course videos are
     skills, particularly oral communication, and to
     look inside the cultures of France, the
                                                                          Geography (3 credits)                cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
     Caribbean, West Africa, and Canada. They will        An introduction to the fundamental features          videostreamed from the HCC library
     develop a project which reflects personal goals      and relationships of the physical and natural        homepage to individual student computers.
     for learning French. Day sections of French          environment affecting human activities and           Tape rental is also an option. After you
     must also register for a French Lab.                 world regional patterns.                             have registered, go to the Distance
                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              Learning Homepage on the HCC
     EVENING:                                                                                                  homepage and click on the link “Checklist
     2405 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW       ELB100A     DAY:
                                                          2500 901    12:00PM-1:20PM    MW       ELB100B       for Registered Online Students” for
        Evening sections have the lab included in
                                                             Fees: $10.00.                                     important information about your course.
        the class time. It is not necessary to
                                                                                                               For students in the local area, there will
        register for an additional lab.
                                                                                                               be an on-campus orientation on Saturday,
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                          GEOG-102        Elements of Cultural                 August 23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and
                                                                          Geography (3 credits)                1:00 PM, exact time and room TBA. For
     FREN-201         Intermediate French I                                                                    students who are not local, the orientation
                                                          A course examining how the surface of the            will be online
                      (4 credits)                         earth has been changing during the time span         Fees: $45.00.
     Students in this second year course will use the     of human occupancy, and how, in using that
                                                                                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     skills needed to listen, speak, write and read in    surface, human technology has grown and
                                                                                                            4039 J550 6:00PM-9:00PM          T          LCTBA
     French in the context of a series of commu-          prospered.
     nicative activities. They will expand their knowl-       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
     edge of the peoples of the French-speaking           EVENING:                                          GEOL-117         Introduction to Physical
     world and will, through the use of multimedia        2501 950    7:30PM-10:20PM    M         ELB308                     Geology - Lab (1 credit)
     technology, create a personalized project re-           Fees: $10.00.
     flective of individual interests in French. Day                                                        In this laboratory course, the student will utilize
     sections of French must also register for a                                                            basic materials and tools of physical geology to
                                                                                                            identify common rocks and minerals. The stu-
     French Lab.
     DAY:
                                                          GEOLOGY                                           dent will also analyze and interpret geologic
                                                                                                            and topographic maps as well as aerial photo-
     5753 101     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH        ELB219
                                                                                                            graphs. There will be several Saturday field trips
        Fees: $25.00.                                     GEOL-107        Introduction to Physical          to local sites.
                                                                          Geology (3 credits)                   If you have completed GEOL-107 or an
     FREN-201L        Intermediate French I Lab           This course applies the principles of dynamic         equivalent course in a previous semester,
                                                          and structural geology in studying the composi-       please call the Science/Technology chair-
                      (0 credits)                                                                               person or the Admissions Office for a
                                                          tion and structure of earth and its rocks and
     FREN-201L students must also register for a          minerals; the internal and external forces act-       course waiver.
     FREN-201 lecture class.                              ing upon the earth; and the resulting surface         PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: GEOL-107.
     DAY:                                                 features and agents that form them.               EVENING:
     5754 140     12:00PM-12:50PM    F          ELB224        If you need a 4 credit laboratory science     4051 550     7:30PM-10:30PM      W           ST106
                                                              course, you need to also register for GEOL-      Fees: $43.00.
     FREN-202         Intermediate French II                  117.                                          ONLINE:
                                                          DAY:                                              6096 N630
                      (4 credits)                         8275 560    9:00AM-11:50AM    S          ST030       A basic understanding of and access to
     This final course of the 4 semester sequence         EVENING:                                             the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     fulfills the language requirement at most four-      4050 550    7:30PM-10:20PM    M          ST030       are required. After you have registered, go
     year institutions. Students will produce a mini-                                                          to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     project in each of the four skill areas as they                                                           the HCC homepage and click on the link
     acquire the basics of intermediate French. Day                                                            “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
     sections of French must also register for a                                                               for important information about your
     French Lab.                                                                                               course. This course has an on-campus
     EVENING:                                                                                                  orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
     5755 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW         ELB202                                                         between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
        Evening sections have the lab included in                                                              and room TBA. For students who are not
        the class time. It is not necessary to                                                                 local, the orientation will be online.
        register for an additional lab.                                                                        Fees: $10.00.
        Fees: $25.00.




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GERMAN                                                GERM-207          German Film (3 credits)
                                                                                                           ONLINE:
                                                                                                           3384 N390 -
                                                      This course is an interdisciplinary study of con-       A basic understanding of and access to
                                                      temporary German society and culture through            the Internet and WWW browsing capability
GERM-101         Elementary German I                  the medium of film. The aim of the course is            are required. After you have registered for
                 (4 credits)                          to show the interconnection between artistic ex-        this course, go to the HCC homepage and
In this introductory course, students learn to lis-   pression and the historical, social, and cultural       click on the link for Distance Learning.
ten, speak, write and read on a basic level.          realities within Germany from the 1900s to the          Please read the information under the
They also learn about the diverse cultures of         present.                                                heading “Checklist for Registered Online
the German-speaking world. Instruction focus-             Also listed as FILM-207                             Students.” This course ends October 9,
es on oral communication, and is supported by         DAY:                                                    2008.
a computerized classroom and conversation             1853 701     3:30PM-6:30PM      T        HVPA145        Fees: $10.00.
specialists. Participation in a German lab is a          Fees: $10.00.
requirement of GERM-101 so all day students
must register for a section of GERM-101L.
                                                                                                           HEAL-108         Developing Professional
                                                                                                                            Behaviors (2 credits)
Evening sections have the lab included in the
class time.
                                                      GREEK                                                This course offers health care providers the op-
DAY:                                                                                                       portunity to acquire skills and expertise in the
4484 101     9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF        ELB219    GREK-101          Elementary Modern Greek            concepts that influence professional practice
   Fees: $25.00.                                                        I (4 credits)                      and delivery of care. The course focuses on
EVENING:                                                                                                   preparing the student to be an integral member
3575 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH        ELB308    In this introductory course, students will learn     of the healthcare system, providing the student
   Fees: $25.00.                                      to listen, speak, write and read in a basic level.   with tools to communicate, verbally and in writ-
                                                      They will also learn some important cultural el-     ing, with staff, peers, patients and their families
                                                      ements of the Greek-speaking world. Instruc-         and developing student skills to succeed in the
GERM-101L Elements of German I Lab                    tion focuses on oral communication and is            academic and work setting including creating
          (0 credits)                                 supported by a computerized classroom and            an appropriate self care system.
                                                      peer learning groups. This course may be of-
GERM-101L students must also register for a                                                                CAMPUSWEB:
                                                      fered as self-instructional/tutor assisted.          1471 C350 5:00PM-6:50PM          M          ELB116
GERM-101 lecture class.
                                                      DAY:
DAY:                                                  5756 101     3:30PM-5:20PM      TH         ELB209
4485 140     1:00PM-1:50PM       W          ELB223       Fees: $25.00.
4486 141     10:00AM-10:50AM     W          ELB224


GERM-201         Intermediate German I                HEALTH CARE
                 (4 credits)
Students in this second year course will use the      HEAL-105          Drug Calculations
skills needed to listen, speak, write and read in
the context of a series of communicative activ-                         (1 credit)
ities. They will expand their knowledge of the        Development of skills necessary to calculate
German speaking world and will, through the           therapeutic dosages using the metric, apothe-
use of multimedia create a personal project re-       cary and household systems of measurement.
flective of individual interests in German. In-       Also listed as MATH-105. PRQ: MATH-060 or
struction focuses on oral communication, and          appropriate math placement score and ENGL-
is supported by a computerized classroom and          093
conversation specialists. Participation in a Ger-     DAY:
man lab is a requirement of GERM-201 so all           5789 301     8:30AM-9:22AM      TTH         HR328
day students must register for a section of              This course meets August 26 through
GERM-201L. Evening sections include the lab in           October 9, 2008.
the class time.                                       3382   302   11:00AM-11:52AM    TTH         HR222
                                                         This course meets August 26 through                                      KEY
DAY:
5743 101     10:00AM-10:52AM     MWF        ELB108       October 9, 2008.                                   COURSE #
   Fees: $25.00.                                         Fees: $15.00.
                                                      EVENING:                                              ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                      5790 350     7:30PM-8:30PM      MW          HR328
GERM-201L Intermediate German I                          This course meets August 25 through                The study of impedance networks, network
                                                                                                            theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
          Lab (0 credits)                                October 8, 2008.
                                                                                                            plications of capacitors and inductors.
GERM-201L students must also register for                Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                              PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
GERM-201.                                                                                                   2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
DAY:                                                                                                        2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
5746 140     9:00AM-9:50AM       W          ELB225
                                                                                                            INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                             NO.
                                                                                                                                          DAY(S)
                                                                                                            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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     HEAL-110         The Health Care                     HEED-104          Personal Nutrition                  HEED-113        Drug Use and Abuse
                      Professional (2 credits)                              Assessment (1 credit)                               (3 credits)
     The role of the health care professional is ex-      This course enables students to understand            This course will examine drug related issues,
     plored and an overview of the health care sys-       basic concepts of nutrition and will provide a        including legal aspects and abuse of drugs.
     tem is included. Common issues to be studied         personalized nutritional computer assessment of       Upon completion of this course the student will
     include personal and environmental safety,           diets. Students will be provided with guidelines      be able to identify the physiological, psycho-
     health care delivery trends, communications,         for healthy changes.                                  logical, social and cultural implications of drug
     and legal/ethical issues. A major focus will in-     ONLINE:                                               abuse.
     clude application of professional practices to       2708 N304 -                                           DAY:
     both hospital and pre-hospital environments.            A basic understanding of and access to             2705 301     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         N103
     DAY:                                                    the Internet and WWW browsing capability           EVENING:
     4739 301     3:30PM-5:20PM      M            N105       are required. After you have registered, go        2707 350     4:30PM-7:20PM      TH         ST035
     ONLINE:                                                 to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     2775 N304                                               the HCC homepage and click on the link
        A basic understanding of and access to               “Checklist for Registered Online Students”         HEED-114        Introduction to
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability             for important information about your                               Therapeutic Massage
        are required. After you have registered, go          course.                                                            (3 credits)
        to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 Fees: $10.00.
        the HCC homepage and click on the link                                                                  This course is designed to explore fundamen-
        “Checklist for Registered Online Students”                                                              tal topics in the use of therapeutic massage and
        for important information about your              HEED-106          Introduction to Stress              it’s role in the wellness model of the healthcare
        course.                                                             Management (1 credit)               system. The history of massage will be intro-
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                           duced and relevant research into the validity of
                                                          This course is designed to provide students           this modality will be discussed. The ethical and
                                                          with a basic understanding of the concepts of         professional standards for massage therapists
                                                          stress management and the application of these        are presented as well as workplace standards,
     HEALTH EDUCATION                                     concepts to personal stress management. Stu-
                                                          dents will be presented with various tools and
                                                                                                                professional alliances, and practice manage-
                                                                                                                ment issues. Time will also be devoted to dis-
                                                          strategies for managing stress and will use           cussions of massage manipulations, bodywork
     HEED-100         Introduction to Lifetime            these to develop an individual stress manage-         techniques, the purpose of touch and emerging
                      Fitness (1 credit)                  ment plan.                                            trends in the field.
                                                          ONLINE:
     The class will focus on assessment of person-                                                              DAY:
                                                          2778 N304 -
     al fitness levels and needs and an appreciation                                                            2787 301     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         N105
                                                             A basic understanding of and access to
     of the impact physical fitness has in the pursuit       the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     of wellness.                                            are required. After you have registered, go        HEED-115        Personal and Community
     DAY:                                                    to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     3548 301     10:00AM-10:52AM    W           AF110                                                                          Health (3 credits)
                                                             the HCC homepage and click on the link
                                                             “Checklist for Registered Online Students”         This course introduces the concept of the Well-
                                                             for important information about your               ness Model and promotes the goal of physical,
     HEED-101         Health and the World of                                                                   mental, social, emotional, and spiritual balance
                                                             course.
                      Risk (1 credit)                        Fees: $10.00.                                      and well-being. Students will complete a 12-
     Smoking, drug use, sex without a condom, driv-                                                             hour Service Learning project at a partnering
     ing without a seat belt, all these behaviors carry                                                         community site. Support will be provided in site
     some level of risk, so why do people continue        HEED-109          Basic CPR and First Aid             selection, development of goals and objectives,
     with them? This course will examine some of                            (2 credits)                         and additional steps necessary to successfully
     the theories for risk taking and provide the stu-                                                          complete this project.
                                                          A study of techniques of cardiopulmonary re-
     dent with a greater understanding of health be-      suscitation and standard first aid for the infant,    DAY:
     havior. Students in this course will help develop                                                          2700 302     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW          N103
                                                          child and adult. Students are eligible for certifi-
     and implement a health related event for the         cation.                                               TELEWEB:
     campus. This class is a particularly excellent                                                             2780 W304 -
                                                          DAY:
     foundation for students interested in any aspect                                                              A basic understanding of and access to
                                                          2704 301     2:00PM-3:50PM       TH          AF110
     of the health field.                                                                                          the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                             Fees: $20.00.
     DAY:                                                                                                          are required. After you have registered, go
     2791 301     12:30PM-2:20PM     TH            TA3                                                             to the Distance Learning Homepage on
        This class meets for 7 weeks and will end         HEED-112          First Aid & Safety                     the HCC homepage and click on the link
        October 9, 2008.                                                                                           “Checklist for Registered Online Students”
                                                                            (3 credits)
     EVENING:                                                                                                      for important information about your
                                                          This course includes content relevant to early           course.
     5735 350     5:30PM-7:20PM      M           THR1
                                                          cardiac care, one and two person cardiopul-              Fees: $45.00.
        This class meets for 7 weeks and will end
                                                          monary resuscitation for infant, child, and adult
        October 13, 2008.
                                                          and standard first aid. Students are eligible for
                                                          certification.
                                                          DAY:
                                                          2712 301     4:30PM-7:20PM       M           AF110
                                                             Fees: $20.00.



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LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               EVENING:
2701 J301 9:30AM-10:50AM        TTH        LCTBA     2799 350     5:00PM-7:20PM      W            N114    HEED-150         Women’s Health
2702 M350 6:00PM-9:00PM         W          LCTBA                                                                           (3 credits)
2021 M351 6:30PM-9:20PM         T          LCTBA
   This is a special section being held at the       HEED-125          Ethics in Professional             This course will introduce students to a variety
   Laurel College Center for Elementary                                                                   of women’s health issues as well as the barri-
                                                                       Practice (3 credits)               ers faced by women striving to achieve a
   Education majors. Students must register
                                                     This course will examine ethics in today’s           healthful lifestyle. Students will examine topics
   for both HEED-115-M351 and EXSC-100-
                                                     evolving healthcare environment. This course         including: female sexual health and reproduc-
   M351.
                                                     will look at privacy and the ethical dilemmas        tion, exercise and eating behaviors, substance
                                                     that result from current laws, social and cultur-    abuse, mental health and stress, and violence
HEED-116         Fundamentals of Spiritual           al implications. A practitioner’s approach to        against women. This course is designed to
                                                     ethics has a direct impact on the quality of pa-     support students in their personal exploration of
                 Awareness (3 credits)               tient care and the liability of the organization     attitudes, knowledge and values related to
This course, based on Eastern thought, will pro-     for which they work. Healthcare practitioners,       women’s health and to assist them as they an-
vide the student an opportunity to explore           i.e. substance abuse counselors, mental health       alyze their personal health behaviors.
one’s spiritual nature. Major topics include: con-   counselors, gerontologists and social service             Also listed as WMST-150.
scious/subconscious mind, synchronicity, the         workers, are expected to be knowledgeable            DAY:
power of thought, and energy fields and              about today’s healthcare laws and ethical            2781 301     9:00AM-10:20AM      MW            THR2
chakras. Various meditation, relaxation and          codes.
breathing techniques will be experienced. Upon                                                            EVENING:
                                                     ONLINE:                                              2782 350     4:30PM-7:20PM       T              TA3
completion of this course students gain an un-       2710 N390 -
derstanding of intuition, self-responsibility, and                                                        ONLINE:
                                                        A basic understanding of and access to            6161 N304
self-awareness. Also listed as PHIL-116.                the Internet and WWW browsing capability
    Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass                                                             A basic understanding of and access to
                                                        are required. After you have registered, go          the Internet and WWW browsing capability
    option.                                             to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 are required. After you have registered for
DAY:                                                    the HCC homepage and click on the link               this course, go to the HCC homepage and
2789 301     10:00AM-11:30AM    MW          ST035       “Checklist for Registered Online Students”           click on the link for Distance Learning.
                                                        for important information about your                 Please read the information under the
                                                        course.
HEED-120         Medical Aspects of                                                                          heading “Checklist for Registered Online
                                                        Fees: $30.00.                                        Students.”
                 Chemical Dependency                                                                         Fees: $30.00.
                 (3 credits)                         HEED-130          Human Sexuality
Upon completion of this course, the student
will be able to identify concepts relevant to the                      (3 credits)                        HEED-155         Introduction to Conflict
medical aspects of addiction. In addition, the       An overview of biological, psychological and                          Resolution (3 credits)
course will include the pharmacology of addic-       sociological factors related to human sexuality.     This course will introduce students to both dif-
tive substances. Course includes outside site        The student may then explore and evaluate            ferent perspectives on conflict and different
visits and/or class projects. NOTE: Also listed      sexual beliefs and behaviors.                        strategies for resolving conflict. Conflict will be
as HUMS-120.                                            Also listed as SOCI-130.                          explored in different contexts, including inter-
EVENING:                                                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              group conflict, cross-cultural conflict, and inter-
2796 350     7:00PM-9:20PM      M           THR2     DAY:                                                 national conflict, with an emphasis on
                                                     2785 301     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW         ELB217    interpersonal conflict. Students will be asked to
                                                     EVENING:                                             reflect on their own style of conflict resolution
HEED-121         Introduction to Chemical            2792 350     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH         ELB217    and the pertinence of the material covered to
                 Dependency Treatment                                                                     conflict resolution in their own lives.
                 (3 credits)                                                                                  Also listed as CRES-155.
                                                     HEED-141          Philosophy & Practice of
Provides an overview of addiction treatment                                                               EVENING:
                                                                       Yoga (3 credits)                   2794 350     4:30PM-7:20PM       M          RCF232
philosophies, techniques and modalities. Basic
counseling skills and the philosophical aspects      This introductory course in Yogic philosophy is
of addiction will be presented. NOTE: Also list-     unique in that it interweaves the intellectual and                          KEY
ed as HUMS-121.                                      the experiential so that the ancient yet timely
                                                     truths and principles of Yoga are studied, ex-        COURSE #
EVENING:
                                                     plored, and practiced through Yoga postures,
2798 350     7:30PM-9:50PM      M           ST035
                                                     breath, awareness, reflection, writing, discus-       ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                     sion, meditation, and action.                         The study of impedance networks, network
HEED-123         Group Counseling Skills                 Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass      theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                         option.
                 (Chemical Dependency)                                                                     plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                         Also listed as PHIL-141                             PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                 (3 credits)                         DAY:                                                  2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
Students will receive training in using a group      2749 301     10:00AM-12:00PM    TTH      HVPA105      2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
counseling model with chemically dependent              Fees: $10.00.
individuals. Emphasis will be on group, client                                                             INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
and counselor contributions to the group                                                                    NO.
process and how these factors influence and                                                                                              DAY(S)
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
interrelate with each other. NOTE: Also listed
as HUMS-123.                                                                                               For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         ONLINE:                                             ONLINE:
     HEED-160        The Aging Process:                  1848 W630                                           2214 N304
                     Gerontology (3 credits)                This online course incorporates the video           A basic understanding of and access to
     Changes and issues associated with the aging           and print materials of a professionally             the Internet and WWW browsing
     process are approached from a physiological,           produced telecourse. Course videos are              capabilitiy are required. After you have
     sociological and psychological perspective.            cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and                registered for this course, go to the HCC
     Growing old in America is examined in rela-            videostreamed from the HCC library                  homepage and click on the link for
     tionship to cultural and societal factors and im-      homepage to individual student computers.           Distance Learning. Please read the
     plications impacting on the needs of the aging         Tape rental is also available. After you have       information under the heading “Registered
     population.                                            registered, go to the Distance Learning             Online Students.”
         Also listed at SOCI-160.                           Homepage on the HCC homepage and                    Fees: $30.00.
                                                            click on the link “Checklist for Registered
     DAY:                                                   Online Students” for important information
     2779 350     4:30PM-7:20PM      W          ST035
                                                            about your course. This course has a             HEED-218         Organizational
                                                            required on-campus orientation on Saturday,                       Management in Health
     HEED-210        Foundations of Health                  August 23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00                         Care (3 credits)
                                                            PM, exact time and room TBA.
                     Education and Health                   Fees: $45.00.                                    Students learn about the health care environ-
                     Behavior (3 credits)                                                                    ment, the classic definition of the manager’s
                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                                                                             function (planning, organizing, decision making,
     This course will examine the scientific and         1773 M302 10:00AM-12:15AM       MW        LCTBA
                                                                                                             staffing, and controlling), and practical skills for
     philosophical bases for various theories of            Section M302 meets 9/15 through 11/17,
                                                                                                             managing in the health care environment. An
     health, including health, wellness, individual         2008.
                                                         2338   M303 12:00PM-12:15PM     TTH       LCTBA     emphasis is placed on case studies, presenta-
     control and limitations of health status, and ho-
                                                            Section M303 meets 10/6 through 12/11,           tions, and other exercises to reinforce the
     listic health. Also examined will be the psy-
                                                            2008                                             classroom learning.
     chological,     social    psychological,     and
                                                         2719   M350 6:00PM-8:50PM       W         LCTBA         PRQ: ENGL-101 or ENGL-121
     sociological approaches to the following health
                                                         2718   M352 6:00PM-8:50PM       TH        LCTBA     EVENING:
     areas: development of health attitudes and be-
     havior, patient-provider interaction and the or-       Fees: $10.00.                                    2783 350      5:30PM-8:20PM      W             A118
     ganization of health care.
     DAY:                                                HEED-213         Stress Management
     2784 301     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW          N105
                                                                          (3 credits)                        HEBREW
                                                         This course will enable students to understand
     HEED-211        Nutrition (3 credits)               and apply principles of stress management. The      HBRW-101         Elementary Hebrew I
     This course will provide students with a gener-     concept of wellness and the role stress and                          (4 credits)
     al understanding of nutrition and health. The       stress management play in personal wellness
                                                                                                             In this introductory course, students learn to lis-
     functions and importance of fats, carbohy-          development are examined.
                                                                                                             ten, speak, write and read at a beginning level.
     drates, proteins, vitamins and minerals, and the    EVENING:                                            They also learn about the diverse cultures of the
     relationship between nutrition and exercise in      2714 351     7:30PM-10:20PM     T         ELB117
                                                                                                             Hebrew-speaking world. Students will become
     weight management are included.                     ONLINE:                                             familiar with the Hebrew script and sound sys-
     DAY:                                                2713 N350 -                                         tem, develop a working vocabulary, and learn
     2715 301     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        THR2        A basic understanding of and access to           rudimentary grammatical concepts. This course
     5945 304     2:00PM-4:50PM      T          N103        the Internet and WWW browsing capability         may be offered as self-instructional/tutor assisted.
        Fees: $10.00.                                       are required. After you have registered for
                                                                                                             DAY:
     EVENING:                                               this course, go to the HCC homepage and          8133 101      10:00AM-11:50AM    F           ELB208
     2720 351     4:30PM-7:20PM      M        ELB100A       click on the link for Distance Learning.            Fees: $25.00.
        Fees: $10.00.                                       Please read the information under the
                                                            heading “Checklist for Registered Online         EVENING:
     FAST TRACK:                                                                                             8142 150      5:30PM-7:20PM      M           ELB108
     6039 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM         F         ELB216       Students” for important information about
                                                                                                                Fees: $25.00.
                 9:00AM-1:00PM       S         ELB216       your course.
                 12:00PM-3:00PM      SU        ELB216       Fees: $30.00.
        FAST TRACK! Earn 3 credits in 4
        weekends. Class meets Fri, Sat, Sun Sept
        26-28, Oct 3-5, 10-12, 17-19.                    HEED-216         Health Care in the US              HISTORY
        Fees: $10.00.                                                     (3 credits)
                                                                                                             HIST-111         American History to 1877
                                                         This course is designed to provide students with
                                                         an understanding of the complexity of the Unit-                      (3 credits)
                                                         ed States health care system. Issues will be dis-   A survey of American history through 1877.
                                                         cussed through an exploration of the technology,       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                         costs, quality of care and health care personnel    DAY:
                                                         associated with the delivery of health care. The    2805   901    12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF            TA3
                                                         course includes an overview of the health care      2806   902    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH           A118
                                                         system and an examination of the medical in-        2814   903    3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH         ELB308
                                                         frastructure with a historical perspective.         2851   904    12:30PM-3:20PM     F           ELB308
                                                                                                             2872   905    12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH         ELB308
                                                         EVENING:
                                                                                                             8189   906    2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH          THR1
                                                         2786 350     5:00PM-7:50PM      TH         THR2
                                                                                                                Fees: $15.00.


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EVENING:                                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
2807 950     7:30PM-10:20PM    TH      ELB308   2869 J908 9:30AM-10:50AM        WF        LCTBA     HIST-122        Western Civilization and
2808 951     6:00PM-7:20PM     MW        N236   2862 M951 6:30PM-9:30PM         T         LCTBA                     the Pre-Modern World
   Fees: $15.00.                                   Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                                    (3 credits)
WEEKEND:
2868 960     9:30AM-12:35PM    S       ELB308                                                       The student will be able to describe the major
   Fees: $15.00.                                HIST-121          The Ancient World:                features of the development of western civiliza-
ONLINE:                                                           Prehistory to the Middle          tion and its relationship to non-western cultures
                                                                                                    from the late middle ages to 1815. The course
2857 W990 -                                                       Ages (3 credits)                  will include the use of primary and secondary
   This online course incorporates the video    The student will be able to describe the histo-     sources to focus on social, economic, political,
   and print materials of a professionally      ry and development of early world civilizations     and cultural factors influencing the relationship
   produced telecourse. Course videos are       through the 13th century. The student will be       of western and non-western societies.
   cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and         able to identify and analyze the major political,       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
   videostreamed from the HCC library           economic, and intellectual movements that in-       DAY:
   homepage to individual student computers.    fluenced these civilizations. The student will be   2803 901     11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF         ELB116
   Tape rental is also available. After you     able to analyze and discuss, from primary and       2804 902     8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH           N114
   have registered, go to the Distance          secondary sources, the impact Middle Eastern,       2215 903     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH           A117
   Learning Homepage on the HCC                 Asian, African, and Classical cultures had on          Fees: $15.00.
   homepage and click on the link “Checklist    Western Civilization. This course was formerly      HONORS:
   for Registered Online Students” for          HY 101.                                             2876 H904 6:00PM-7:20PM         TTH         ELB217
   important information about your course.
6015   W991 -
                                                    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.               Honors courses and seminars provide
   This online course incorporates the video    DAY:                                                   high-achieving students the opportunity to
   and print materials of a professionally      2800   901   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF       ELB108       learn with other high-achieving students.
                                                2801   902   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH       ELB217       Students must have a GPA of 3.2 or
   produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                2871   903   3:30PM-4:50PM      MW        ELB217       higher, the permission of the instructor,
   cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and         8191   905   9:30AM-10:50AM     MW         HR220
   videostreamed from the HCC library                                                                  OR the permission of the Director of the
                                                   Fees: $15.00.                                       Schoenbrodt Honors Program to enroll in
   homepage to individual student computers.
                                                EVENING:                                               an honors course or seminar. Please
   Tape rental is also available. After you     2802 950     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH       ELB216       contact Professor Stephen Horvath,
   have registered, go to the Distance             Fees: $10.00.                                       Director of the Schoednbrodt Honors
   Learning Homepage on the HCC
   homepage and click on the link “Checklist    ONLINE:                                                Program, at shorvath@howardcc.edu or at
                                                6016 W630 -                                            (410) 772-4939 for additional information
   for Registered Online Students” for
                                                   This online course incorporates the video           Fees: $15.00.
   important information about your course.
                                                   and print materials of a professionally
   This course has a required on-campus                                                             HONORS ROUSE:
                                                   produced telecourse. Course videos are           2820 R903 12:30PM-1:50PM        MW          ELB217
   orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
                                                   cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and                Section R903 is only available to Rouse
   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
                                                   videostreamed from the HCC library                  Scholars.
   and room TBA.
                                                   homepage to individual student computers.
   Fees: $45.00.
                                                   Tape rental is also available. After you
HONORS ROUSE:                                      have registered, go to the Distance
1328 R907 12:30PM-1:50PM       MW      ELB202
                                                   Learning Homepage on the HCC
   Sections R905 is available only to Rouse        homepage and click on the link “Checklist
   Scholars.                                       for Registered Online Students” for
   Fees: $15.00.                                   important information about your course.
                                                   Fees: $45.00.
HIST-112        American History Since          HONORS:
                                                2858 H904 9:30AM-10:50AM        MW        ELB217
                1877 (3 credits)                   Honors courses and seminars provide
A survey of American history from the end of       high-achieving students the opportunity to
Reconstruction to contemporary times.              learn with other high-achieving students.
   PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.            Students must have a GPA of 3.2 or                                      KEY
DAY:                                               higher, the permission of the instructor,         COURSE #
2810   901   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW      ELB202      OR the permission of the Director of the
2811   902   8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH     ELB307      Schoenbrodt Honors Program to enroll in
2826   903   2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH       A116      an honors course or seminar. Please               ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
2828   904   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF        TA3
                                                   contact Professor Stephen Horvath,                The study of impedance networks, network
2850   905   9:00AM-11:50AM    F       ELB216
2860   906   3:30PM-4:50PM     MW      ELB202      Director of the Schoednbrodt Honors               theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
2861   907   9:30AM-10:50AM    MW      ELB308      Program, at shorvath@howardcc.edu or at           plications of capacitors and inductors.
2870   909   12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH       N115      (410) 772-4939 for additional information           PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
8190   910   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH        TA3      Fees: $10.00.                                     2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Fees: $15.00.                                                                                     2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
EVENING:
2829 950     7:30PM-10:20PM    T       ELB308                                                        INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                      NO.
   Fees: $15.00.                                                                                                                   DAY(S)
                                                                                                     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                     For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                        DAY:                                                 about participating in a seminar. Successful
     HIST-123        Western Civilization and           2483 901     2:00PM-3:20PM      MW         ELB216    completion of the course, with a grade of A or
                     the Modern World                                                                        B and successful participation in the seminar
                     (3 credits)                                                                             will be noted on the student's transcript as hav-
                                                        HIST-227         Women in American                   ing received honors credit for the course.
     The student will be able to describe the histo-                     History: 1880 to the
     ry and development of Western Civilization and
     its impact on the world from 1815 to the pres-                      Present (3 credits)                 BIOL-101H       Introduction to Biology
     ent. The student will identify and analyze the     An in-depth study of the lives and experiences
                                                        of American women from diverse racial and
                                                                                                                             Seminar - HONORS
     political, economic and intellectual movements
     that influenced the Western European mind.         ethnic groups from 1880 to the present.              Students will present and discuss current sci-
     The student will examine the character of the         Also listed as WMST-227.                          ence journal articles that relate to Biology 101
     evolving modern nation state system through           PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101                         content. Topics will include biotechnology, ge-
     the wars of unification, overseas expansion,       DAY:
                                                                                                             netics, cell biology, and medical research. This
     and the competitive national rivalries. The stu-   3594 901     2:00PM-4:50PM      W           THR2     seminar begins September 17th.
                                                                                                                          3:00PM-4:00PM      W            TBA
     dent will evaluate the underlying factors influ-      Fees: $10.00.
     encing the events that shaped the modern
     world, including two World Wars and the Cold                                                            BIOL-203H       Anatomy and Physiology
     War. The student will examine how the post-        HIST-228         Women in European
     1945 conditions affected the attitudes and                          History: 1750-Present                               Seminar - HONORS
     makeup of the former colonial world. This                           (3 credits)                         Students will research, through reading and
     course was formerly HY 102.                                                                             field studies, an area of interest. Topics will
          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121           This course analyzes women’s changing eco-           focus on the body systems studied in BIOL-203
                                                        nomic, family, and political roles from the eigh-    lecture and lab. Research results will be pre-
     DAY:
     2809 901    12:00PM-2:50PM     F         ELB116
                                                        teenth to the twentieth century. Topics include      sented in a seminar setting. This seminar be-
     2830 902    2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH         A117    the effects of industrialization on women’s work     gins September 15th.
     2848 903    4:30PM-7:20PM      W        ELB100A    and status, the demographic revolution, and                       3:00PM-4:00PM      M          ST245
        Fees: $10.00.                                   women’s political activities in market riots, rev-
     EVENING:
                                                        olutions, and campaigns for women’s rights.
     2827 950    7:30PM-10:20PM     M         ELB217        NOTE: Also listed as WMST-228.                   BIOL-204H       Anatomy and Physiology
        Fees: $10.00.                                       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                             Seminar - HONORS
     ONLINE:                                            ONLINE:                                              Challenging clinical case studies related to the
     2859 W990                                          1981 N630                                            BIOL 204 lecture and laboratory will be pre-
        This online course incorporates the video          A basic understanding of and access to            sented and discussed by students. Students
        and print materials of a professionally            the Internet and WWW browsing capability          may select their own case study for their pres-
        produced telecourse. Course videos are             are required. After you have registered for       entation, or may select from several cases that
        cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and               this curse, go to the HCC homepage and            are available from the instructor. This seminar
        videostreamed from the HCC library                 click on the link for Distance Learning.          begins September 18th.
        homepage to individual student computers.          Please read the information under the                          11:00AM-2:00PM     TH        ELB208
        Tape rental is also available. After you           heading “Checklist for Registered Online
        have registered, go to the Distance                Students.” This course has a required on-
        Learning Homepage on the HCC                       campus orientation on Monday, August 25,          BMGT-100H International Business
        homepage and click on the link “Checklist          2008, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. RM.                       Issues Seminar -
        for Registered Online Students” for                TBA.
                                                           Fees: $30.00.                                               HONORS
        important information about your course.
        Fees: $45.00.                                                                                        This 10-week seminar is available to selected
                                                                                                             students as an honors option for BMGT 100.
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     2875 J904 10:00AM-11:15AM
        Fees: $15.00.
                                    TTH       LCTBA     HONORS and seminars provide high-                    Students will learn, by reading and analyzing
                                                                                                             current articles, how to conduct an environ-
                                                        Honors courses                                       mental scan (political, economic, competitive,
                                                        achieving students the opportunity to learn with     technological and cultural) of 5 major areas of
                                                        other high-achieving students. Students must         the world. Using the environmental scan, stu-
     HIST-226        History of African                 have a GPA of 3.2 or higher, the permission of       dents will select one country and report both
                     American Experience                the instructor, OR the permission of the Direc-      written and orally on the potential of that coun-
                     (3 credits)                        tor of the Schoenbrodt Honors program to en-         try to trade globally. This course is also avail-
                                                        roll in an honors course or seminar. Please          able as a one-credit option (BMGT 150). The
     This course will examine the African American
                                                        contact Professor Stephen Horvath, Director of       seminars will begin on Friday, September 16.
     experience in the United States from slavery to
                                                        the Schoenbrodt Honors Program at                                 2:00-3:20PM        W         ELB218
     the present era. The student will study the
                                                        shorvath@howardcc.edu or at 410-772-4939 for
     chronology of black history, the African her-
                                                        additional information.
     itage, the crucible of slavery, the struggle for                                                        CHEM-101H General Inorganic
     equality, Pan Africanism, and the development
                                                        Note: Students do not have to formally register                Chemistry Seminar -
     and evolution of the African American commu-
                                                        to enroll in the BIOL-101, BIOL-203, BIOL-204,
     nity. Special attention will be given to African
                                                        BMGT-100, CHEM-101, CHEM-103, CMSY-129,                        HONORS
     American personages and their contributions to                                                          The Chemistry honors seminar will focus on
                                                        MATH-131, MATH-133, MATH-135 MATH-138,
     American society. The evolution of contempo-                                                            advances in chemistry and technology, envi-
                                                        PHYS-103, or MATH-140 Honors Seminars. In-
     rary race relationships will be evaluated.                                                              ronmental issues, and how these have impact
                                                        terested students should enroll in a regular sec-
         PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101
                                                        tion of the course, and then see the instructor


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on our day-to-day lives. This seminar begins
September 17th.                                      FINE-101H         Humanities Through the              MATH-138H Statistics Seminar -
             2:00PM-3:00PM      W           ST245                      Arts - HONORS                                 HONORS
                                                     This Honors section is a study of all nine arts       This seminar will center on problem solving
CHEM-103H Fundamentals of General                    with a special concentration on the role of           and contemporary applications of statistics. Stu-
                                                     women in the arts. This class will include mini-      dents will be expected to read articles and par-
          Chemistry Seminar -                        reports on women artists in each of the arts          ticipate in learning experiences with statistical
          HONORS                                     and reports on the depiction of women in the          computer languages.
The Chemistry honors seminar will focus on           arts through the ages.                                             4:00PM-4:50PM      T           HR226
topics in chemistry as applied to the allied         5773   H701 9:00AM-12:20PM       M        HVPA155
health fields. Students will present and discuss        Fees: $20.00
                                                                                                           MATH-181H Calculus I Seminar -
science and allied health journal articles that
relate to the content of CHEM-103. This semi-                                                                        HONORS
                                                     HIST-121H         The Ancient World -
nar begins September 16th.                                                                                 The seminar will center on problem solving
             2:00PM-3:00PM      T           ST-245                     HONORS                              and contemporary applications of mathematics
                                                     While this course will cover the content as de-       in many different fields, fully accessible to stu-
                                                     scribed in the catalog, its focus will be on the      dents at the college trigonometry level. Students
CMSY-129H Principles of Internet                     everyday life of the ancient Romans. This will        will be expected to read articles and engage in
          Seminar - HONORS                           include family life, religion, sports, leisure, and   problem solving based on the reading. Talks
This seminar is open to students enrolled in         many other facets of the life of the Romans.          will be presented both by the seminar instruc-
CMSY-129. Participants in the seminar will meet      2802   H904 9:30AM-10:50AM       MW         ELB217    tor and by groups of participants
for an additional 80 minutes, once per week,            Fees: $30.00                                                    2:00-2:50PM        M           HR322
                                                                                                                        9:30-10:30PM*      M           HR322
for 10 weeks. They will present information
                                                                                                              *An evening seminar will also be
from references that they are using to write a       HIST-122H         Western Civilization and               scheduled for a mutually agreed upon
paper for their regular class. The topics can be
about current events, technologies, legal issues,                      the Pre-Modern World -                 time. A preliminary meeting to decide on
                                                                                                              a time will be held. This first planning
international issues, and applications that affect                     HONORS                                 meeting will be Monday, Sept. 8, 2008.
use of the Internet. Each student also will de-      This course will focus on the major develop-
velop an advice article or report for other stu-     ments of western culture and its relationship to
dents regarding some topic of Internet usage.        non-western societies from the Middle Ages to         MUSC-101H Music Appreciation -
This seminar begins on 9/10/08 and ends on           1815.
11/12/08.
                                                                                                                     HONORS
                                                     2876   H904 6:00PM-7:20PM        TTH        ELB217
             2:00PM-3:20PM      W          ELB330       Fees: $30.00.                                      This Honors option provides high achieving stu-
                                                                                                           dents the opportunity to explore music through
                                                                                                           performances in more detail. Students will be
ENGL-121H College Composition I:                     MATH-131H College Algebra Seminar                     expected to attend more concerts and learn
          Expository Writing -                                 - HONORS                                    how to critique them more fully and will occa-
          HONORS                                                                                           sionally meet separately with the teacher.
                                                     The seminar will center on problem solving            3045   H701 11:00AM-12:20PM     MW        HVPA145
This honors section of ENGL-121, the first of a      and contemporary applications of mathematics             Fees: $30.00
two-semester sequence of college-level compo-        in many different fields, fully accessible to stu-
sition, guides students through the expository       dents at the college algebra level. Students will
writing process through close reading of con-        be expected to read articles and engage in            PHIL-101H         Introduction to
temporary critical discourse and teaches the         problem solving based on the reading. Talks                             Philosophy - HONORS
rhetorical arts of argument and persuasion           will be presented both by the seminar instruc-
                                                                                                           This Honors course is conducted as a seminar
through critical thinking, reading, and research.    tor and by groups of participants.
6018   H176 11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH        RCF305                 1:00PM-1:50PM       W          HR320     with students taking an active role in preparing
5728   H177 6:00PM--7:20PM      TTH        ELB201                                                          and leading discussions.
   Fees: $30.00                                                                                            3495   H703 9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH            A116
                                                     MATH-133H College Trigonometry                           Fees: $30.00
                                                               Seminar - HONORS                                                   KEY
ENGL-122H College Composition II:
                                                     The seminar will center on problem solving
          Writing Through                            and contemporary applications of mathematics
                                                                                                            COURSE #
          Literature - HONORS                        in many different fields, fully accessible to stu-
This honors section of ENGL-122, the second          dents at the college trigonometry level. Students      ELEC 112         AC Circuits (3 credits)
of a two-semester sequence of college-level          will be expected to read articles and engage in        The study of impedance networks, network
composition, builds on argumentative, persua-        problem solving based on the reading. Talks            theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
sive, close reading, and research skills using a     will be presented both by the seminar instruc-         plications of capacitors and inductors.
variety of literary forms as the subjects for dis-   tor and by groups of participants.                       PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
cussion and writing.                                              1:00PM-1:50PM       W          HR320      2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
1768   H140 6:00PM-7:20PM       TTH        ELB225                                                           2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
   Fees: $30.00
                                                                                                            INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                             NO.
                                                                                                                                         DAY(S)
                                                                                                            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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     PHYS-103H Fundamentals of Physics                      HOSPITALITY                                           of this course. A review of the roles of tour
                                                                                                                  companies, travel agencies, government bu-
               Seminar- HONORS
     The Physics honors seminar will focus on top-
                                                            MANAGEMENT                                            reaus, tourism associations and others that as-
                                                                                                                  semble, promote and sell tourism services are
     ics in physics that relate to the topics covered                                                             included. Students will be able to operate with-
     in PHYS 103. Students will present and discuss         HMGT-101          Introduction to the                 in a tourism setting.
     science and physics journal articles that relate                         Hospitality Industry                DAY:
     to the content of PHYS-103. This seminar be-                                                                 5596 001     3:00PM-4:50PM      W           ST040
                                                                              (3 credits)                            Students enrolled in this course will be
     gins September 16th.
                  3:00PM-4:00PM       T           ST-245    This introductory course acquaints the student           required to spend an additional 12 hours
                                                            with the scope and complexity of the hospital-           over the semester at Belmont completing
                                                            ity industry by exploring the national and glob-         a field project.
     PSYC-101H General Psychology -                         al relationships of lodging, food, and beverage
               HONORS                                       operations. The course examines career op-
                                                            portunities, organizational structures, history and   HMGT-180         Hospitality Management
     In this class, the students are expected to do
     research for a term project based on a topic of
                                                            human resource management. Students will ex-                           Internship I (2 credits)
                                                            amine trends, integrated technology and its ef-
     their choice. An oral presentation at the end of                                                             Student will spend at least 240 hours of direct-
                                                            fects on customer and guest service in
     the process is required, with visuals. Addition-                                                             ed study in a chosen area of the hospitality in-
                                                            requirements in the lodging and food service
     ally, the individuals form teams/groups and do                                                               dustry at an off-campus facility. The faculty
                                                            industry.
     in-class presentations/seminars on the latest re-                                                            instructor and industry mentor will provide and
     search on the following topics: Stress conse-          DAY:                                                  coordinate course objectives, applicable experi-
                                                            1419 001     9:00AM-11:50AM      M           ST040    ences and evaluation. Student will maintain a
     quences and coping; memory--repressed
     memory and eyewitness testimony; intelligence             Fees: $30.00.                                      written journal of internship experiences.
     and whether it is a useful construct, critical         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                    PRQ: HMGT-101 and HMGT-120
     thinking about advertising/media, etc.                 1936 M001 12:00PM-1:15PM         MW         LCTBA     4935   001
     3923   H910 9:30AM-10:50AM       MW            N115       Fees: $30.00.                                         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for this
        Fees: $30.00                                                                                                 course will need to contact Vinnie Rege
                                                                                                                     at 410-772-4469 or vrege@howardcc.edu
                                                            HMGT-111          Foodservice Safety and                 prior to registration to arrange experiences
     SOCI-101H         Introduction to Sociology                              Sanitation (1 credit)                  and locations.
                       - HONORS                             This course develops the knowledge of basic              Fees: $30.00.
     Through this course the student will develop an        principles of sanitation and safe food handling
     understanding of the basic concepts of sociol-         in hospitality operations. The course focuses
                                                            on prevention of food borne illnesses and in-
                                                                                                                  HMGT-242         Lodging Management and
     ogy, including culture, socialization, social strat-
     ification, and social change, and be able to           troduces the students to HACCP planning and                            Operations (3 credits)
     apply these concepts to social problems and            implementation. Successful completion of the          This course presents a detailed study of the
     everyday life experiences.                             course can lead to certification as a “Safe Food      management systems in hotel or lodging set-
     4228   H907 12:00PM-1:20PM       MW          ELB316    Handler” by the National Restaurant Associa-          tings. The student will be able to identify and
        Fees: $30.00                                        tion.                                                 analyze all relevant departments within a hotel
                                                            WEEKEND:                                              setting. Management of these divisions, along
                                                            6849 P060    8:00AM-5:00PM       S          ELB317    with an examination of inter departmental op-
     HORTICULTURE                                              HMGT-111-P060 meets 9/13/08 to 9/20/08.
                                                               Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                  erations will be examined.
                                                                                                                  DAY:
                                                                                                                  5597 001     9:00AM-11:50AM     F           ST040
     HORT-100          Introduction to                      HMGT-120          Food Preparation I                     Students enrolled in this course will be
                       Horticulture (4 credits)                                                                      required to spend an additional 12 hours
                                                                              (3 credits)                            over the semester at Belmont completing
     Introduction to Horticulture is an introductory                                                                 a field project.
                                                            Following this introductory course in food pro-
     course which provides a broad spectrum of top-                                                                  Fees: $30.00.
                                                            duction, students will be able to identify and
     ics in the field of plant science. Specific topics
                                                            analyze the elements of safe food preparation
     covered are: plant structures, classification,
                                                            that include food chemistry, basic cooking tech-
     soils, plant growth and development, propaga-
     tion, pesticides, insects, diseases and plant pro-
                                                            niques and proper use of preparation utensils
                                                            and equipment. Students will also prepare small
                                                                                                                  HUMAN
     tection. The course’s objective is to make the
     students well-rounded in all aspects of plant sci-
                                                            quantity, industry standard menus in a com-           DEVELOPMENT
                                                            mercial kitchen setting.
     ence and prepare them for future classes in the
     curriculum of a more specific nature. This             DAY:                                                  HMDV-100         Introduction to Human
                                                            2445 001     3:00PM-7:50PM       T           ST040
     course is geared for commercial horticulture                                                                                  Relations (3 credits)
                                                            2856 002     3:00PM-7:50PM       M           ST040
     workers as well as for the homeowner. The              4543 003     8:00AM-12:50PM      TH          ST040
     subject matter is covered scientifically and prac-                                                           The purpose of this course is to promote per-
                                                               Fees: $100.00.                                     sonal growth and to improve relationships with
     tically so that the student can put into practice
     what is learned.                                                                                             others. Skills in active listening and group
                                                            HMGT-160          Introduction to Travel and          process will be developed. Students will identi-
     EVENING:
                                                                                                                  fy values, strengths and positive life experiences
     3701 550     7:30PM-10:30PM      M           ST206                       Tourism (2 credits)                 as a means of enhancing self-confidence. The
                  7:30PM-10:20PM      W          RCF339
        Fees: $25.00.                                       A study of the components of the tourism in-          thrust of the class activities and presentations
                                                            dustry and their interrelationships is the focus      will be directed at personal life, college and on


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the job situations. The emphasis is on an inte-        retical, historical, practical, and political aspects   TELECOURSE:
gration of thoughts and feelings about oneself         of civic engagement, as well as factors in cre-         6017 T630 7:00PM-9:00PM         F           ELB116
and others, and expressing feelings and re-            ating and sustaining healthy communities. It will          TELECOURSE (Transitions Throughout the
ceiving feedback from others.                          explore the traditional social science compo-              Life Span)- MANDATORY ORIENTATION
DAY:                                                   nents of community and public service (politi-             FRI, AUG. 29. Additional classes Fri, Oct
2900   901   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH        RCF339     cal, historical and economic), as well as                  10, 17; Nov 21, and Dec 5. TV lessons
2901   902   12:30PM-1:50PM      MW         RCF339     incorporate some of the important philosophies             begin airing before the first class meeting.
2911   904   2:00PM-3:20PM       MW         RCF339     (humanities) for and against community service             Call 410-772-4440 for schedule.
2903   905   11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH        RCF339     as put forth by thinkers such as John Dewey.               Fees: $45.00.
EVENING:                                               In addition, the course will also address the           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
2928 950     7:30PM-10:20PM      T           ELB208    role of the arts in community (humanities).             3599 J952 6:30PM-9:30PM         M            LCTBA
                                                       Emerging issues of community and service,               5096 M930 9:00AM-12:15PM        S            LCTBA
                                                       such as the increase in individualism, the pri-            “Saturday class begins on September 6,
HMDV-105         Silas Craft Collegians                vatization of social services, and the changes in          2008.”
                 Seminar I (1 credit)                  the city of Columbia, will also be covered. Stu-
The course is a speial one-credit course for stu-      dents will be required to complete 20 hours of
                                                       service within the community.
                                                                                                               HMDV-206         Silas Craft Collegians
dents enrolled in the Silas Craft Collegians pro-
gram. The purpose of this course is to promote         4472   901    2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH       ELB100A                      Seminar V (1 credit)
personal growth and development and enhance                                                                    This course is a special one-credit course for
the learning potential and success of students.        HMDV-150           ROUSE SCHOLARS                       students enrolled in the Silas Craft Collegians
While this course focuses on a broad range of                                                                  program. It will extend the examination of the
personal development topics, it will focus par-                           Seminar I (1 credit)                 issues introduced in HMDV-205 as well as re-
ticularly on life skills, self-esteem, and group dy-   ROUSE SCHOLARS:                                         turning to any of the other topics of the Silas
namics and team building.                              2920 R903 12:30PM-1:50PM          T           HR224     Craft Collegians Seminar that re-emerge as is-
SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:                                    Section R903 is only available to Rouse             sues. Leadership skills will be a major new
2925 A901 1:00PM-3:00PM          W           ELB116        Scholars.                                           focus.
   Fees: $150.00.                                      2921   R904   12:30PM-1:50PM      TH          HR224     SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
                                                           Section R904 is only available to Rouse             2927 A901 1:00PM-3:00PM         W           ELB318
                                                           Scholars.                                              Fees: $150.00.
HMDV-107         Silas Craft Collegians                    Fees: $250.00.
                 Seminar III (1 credit)
                                                                                                               HMDV-250         ROUSE SCHOLARS
This course is a special one-credit course for         HMDV-200           Life Span Development
students enrolled in the Silas Craft Collegians                                                                                 Seminar III (1 credit)
Program. It will extend the examination of the                            (3 credits)
                                                                                                               ROUSE SCHOLARS:
topics introduced in HMDV-105 and HMDV-106             The purpose of this course is to examine the            2923 R903 12:30PM-1:50PM        T           RCF232
and will include goal-setting and goal manage-         growth and development of an individual                    Section R903 is only available to Rouse
ment as a major focus.                                 throughout his/her life. Beginning with the pre-           Scholars.
SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:                                natal period and continuing through old age,            2929   R904   12:30PM-1:50PM    TH          RCF232
2926 A901 1:00PM-3:00PM          W           ELB108    development from a physical, intellectual, social          Section R904 is only available to Rouse
   Fees: $150.00.                                      and emotional perspective will be studied. The-            Scholars.
                                                       ories on development and current research in               Fees: $250.00.
                                                       the field will be reviewed with an emphasis on
HMDV-120         Career Development and                application of individual case histories and per-
                 Decision Making                       sonal experiences. This course meets the Mary-
                                                       land State Department of Education Child
                 (3 credits)                           Development requirement for an initial certifi-
A course designed to promote self-understand-          cate in Early Childhood Education, Elementary
ing leading to the ability to make career deci-        Education, and Secondary Education.
sions.                                                     NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
DAY:                                                       sion Chair, 410-772-4019.
2914 903     11:00AM-12:20PM     MW         RCF305         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121                                         KEY
                                                       DAY:                                                     COURSE #
                                                       2908   903    11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH        ELB308
HMDV-125         Perspectives on                       2915   904    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH          N103
                 Community Through                     2916   905    9:30AM-10:50AM      MW           A116      ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                       2918   906    2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH        ELB308      The study of impedance networks, network
                 Service Learning
                                                       EVENING:                                                 theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                 (3 credits)                           2905 950      6:00PM-7:20PM       MW            TA3      plications of capacitors and inductors.
This course examines the concepts of commu-            2917 951      7:30PM-10:20PM      TH         ELB116        PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
nity and community service, including their                                                                     2205 349     6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
meaning and value. Through the use of the in-                                                                   2206 350     6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
novative pedagogical tool of service learning,
students will engage in active participation in                                                                 INDEX           TIME                   LOCATION
organized service experiences that meet actual                                                                   NO.
                                                                                                                                              DAY(S)
community needs, and which are coordinated                                                                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
with course objectives. Within an interdiscipli-                                                                For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.
nary framework, students will learn the theo-


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     HMDV-902        STEM Seminar I (1 credit)           HUMS-123         Group Counseling Skills             ITAL-101L        Elementary Italian I Lab
     This course is a special one credit course for                       (Chemical Dependency)                                (0 credits)
     scholarship students enrolled in Science, Tech-                      (3 credits)                         ITAL-101L students must also register for a
     nology, Engineering and Mathematics majors.                                                              ITAL-101 lecture class.
     The seminars will provide the setting for de-       Students will receive training in using a group
                                                         counseling model with chemically dependent           DAY:
     veloping skills needed to be successful in those
                                                         individuals. Emphasis will be on group, client       2410 140     12:30PM-1:20PM      T           ELB123
     fields. It will include presentations by appro-                                                          4479 141     12:30PM-1:20PM      TH          ELB123
     priate business and higher education partners       and counselor contributions to the group
     on careers in mathematics, biology, physics,        process and how these factors influence and
     chemistry and/or engineering. Field trips and       interrelate with each other. NOTE: Also listed       ITAL-102         Elementary Italian II
     activities beyond the classroom are also a          as HEED-123.
                                                                                                                               (4 credits)
     planned part of the curriculum. Enrollment is       EVENING:
     limited to STEM scholarship recipients or per-      5353 350     5:00PM-7:20PM      W            N114    Students continue to develop the four basic
     mission of instructor.                                                                                   skills, particularly oral communication, and to
     1911   401   1:00PM-1:50PM      T          HR322                                                         look inside the culture of Italy. They will de-
                                                         HUMS-150         Community Resources                 velop a project that reflects personal goals for
                                                                          and Partnerships                    learning Italian. Participation in an Italian lab is

     HUMAN SERVICES                                                       (3 credits)                         a requirement of ITAL-102, so all day students
                                                                                                              must register for a section of ITAL-102L.
                                                         Implementation of community based service            Evening sections have the lab included in the
                                                         models require extensive information about           class time.
     HUMS-110        Introduction to Human               agency resources, familiarity with agency serv-      EVENING:
                     Services (3 credits)                ices, and establishment of opportunities that        4483 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH         ELB202
     This course surveys the philosophies, attitudes     promote collaboration and working relation-             Evening sections have the lab included in
     and approaches used in the field of human           ships among human service professional. Stu-            the class time. It is not necessary to
     services. Community experts will be invited to      dents will participate in an interactive learning       register for an additional lab.
     present approaches to assisting individuals and     experience to gain an understanding of the de-          Fees: $25.00.
     groups in a variety of community agencies. The      velopment of partnerships among community
     focus is on utilization of community resources      based agencies that are necessary to secure
     to address a variety of human service needs.        services for clients. Lectures, discussions, as-     ITAL-201         Intermediate Italian I
                                                         signments, media presentations, and in class                          (4 credits)
     DAY:
                                                         activities will give students practical knowledge
     2716 301     11:00AM-12:25PM    TTH        ST035                                                         Students in this second year course will use the
                                                         and involvement in the development of strate-
                                                         gies to access community based services. (3          skills needed to listen, speak, write and read in
                                                                                                              Italian in the context of a series of commu-
     HUMS-120        Medical Aspects of                  hours weekly) Prerequisite: HUMS-110
                                                                                                              nicative activities. They will expand their knowl-
                     Chemical Dependency                 DAY:
                                                                                                              edge of Italians and will, through the use of
                                                         5101 301     9:00AM-11:50AM     M           THR1
                     (3 credits)                                                                              multimedia technology, create a personalized
                                                                                                              project reflective of individual interests in Ital-
     Upon completion of this course, the student
                                                                                                              ian. Participation in an Italian lab is a require-
     will be able to identify concepts relevant to the
     medical aspects of addiction. In addition, the      ITALIAN                                              ment of ITAL-201, so all day students must
                                                                                                              register for a section of ITAL-201L. Evening sec-
     course will include the pharmacology of addic-
                                                                                                              tions have the lab included in the class time.
     tive substances. Course includes outside site       ITAL-101         Elementary Italian I
     visits and/or class projects. NOTE: Also listed                                                          DAY:
     as HEED-120.                                                         (4 credits)                         2411 101     11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH         ELB208
                                                         In the introductory course, students learn to lis-      Fees: $25.00.
     EVENING:
     5350 350     7:00PM-9:20PM      M          THR2     ten, speak, write and read on a basic level.
                                                         They also learn about Italian culture and soci-      ITAL-201L        Intermediate Italian I Lab
                                                         ety. Instruction focuses on oral communication,
     HUMS-121        Introduction to Chemical            and is supported by a computerized classroom                          (0 credits)
                     Dependency Treatment                and conversation specialists. Participation in an    ITAL-201L students must also register for an
                                                         Italian lab is a requirement of ITAL-101, so all     ITAL-201 lecture class.
                     (3 credits)                         day students must register for a section of ITAL-    DAY:
     Provides an overview of addiction treatment         101L. Evening sections have the lab included in      4480 140     11:00AM-11:50AM     W           ELB322
     philosophies, techniques and modalities. Basic      the class time.
     counseling skills and the philosophical aspects     DAY:
     of addiction will be presented. NOTE: Also list-    2409 101     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH        ELB223    ITAL-202         Intermediate Italian II
     ed as HEED-121.                                        Fees: $25.00.                                                      (4 credits)
     EVENING:                                            EVENING:                                             In this second intermediate level course, stu-
     5351 350     7:30PM-9:50PM      T         ELB202    3577 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW         ELB223    dents will be exposed to more higher-level text
                                                            Fees: $25.00.                                     and develop a better comprehension of bilater-
                                                                                                              al and weak verb forms. Students will practice
                                                                                                              more conversational exchanges and greatly ex-
                                                                                                              pand their working vocabulary. Participation in
                                                                                                              an Italian lab is a requirement of ITAL-202, so
                                                                                                              all day students must register for a section of


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ITAL-202L. Evening sections have the lab in-
cluded in the class time.                            LIFE FITNESS                                         LFIT-122         StrengthFit (1 credit)
EVENING:                                                                                                  This course is designed to provide the student
3578 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW         ELB202                                                         with the opportunity to improve overall muscle
                                                     LFIT-114          Basic Scuba (1 credit)             strength, endurance, and tone. Students will
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                     Theory and basic practical applications of           learn how to develop and maintain a personal
                                                     scuba diving are presented in classroom and          strengthening and conditioning program using
                                                     pool exercises. Fins, masks, snorkels, weights
KOREAN                                               and weight belts are provided by the college;
                                                                                                          basic fitness apparatus. This course will em-
                                                                                                          phasize the use of various fitness apparatus in-
                                                     or you may purchase them for your personal           cluding inflatable balls, medicine balls, weighted
                                                     use. Students must have passed their sixteenth       bars, resistance tubing, and hand weights. No
KORE-101         Elementary Korean I                 birthday or register for the course with an adult.   traditional weight machines will be used.
                 (4 credits)                         All course activities take place in the classroom        Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
In this introductory course, students will learn     and pool at Howard Community College.                    option.
to listen, speak, write and read at a basic level.       Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass     DAY:
Students work with a text, tapes, and software           option.                                          3538 301     9:00AM-10:50AM     TTH         AFGYM
to master basic skills. This course may be of-           PRQ: The student must pass a basic Wa-              Fees: $15.00.
fered as self-instructional/tutor assisted.              termanship Skills Test.
EVENING:                                             EVENING:
2414 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      M          ELB118    3508 350     6:00PM-7:00PM      T           AF110    LFIT-126         Yoga I (1 credit)
   Fees: $25.00.                                                  7:00PM-9:20PM      T         AFPOOL     Yoga is a science that unites body, mind, and
                                                        This course meets for 8 weeks and ends            spirit. In this course the student will learn
                                                        October 14, 2008.                                 Hatha yoga postures, relaxation and breathing
KORE-102         Elementary Korean II                   Fees: $85.00.                                     techniques. Through the practice of Hatha Yoga
                 (4 credits)                                                                              the student will experience increased muscular
In this second semester course students will         LFIT-116          Swimming for Fitness               strength, tone, and flexibility and a calm, peace-
continue to master the sounds and structures of                                                           ful mind.
                                                                       (1 credit)                             Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
the Korean language. They will further devel-
op vocabulary for everyday situations while          This course is designed to provide the student           option.
learning additional grammatical concepts. Stu-       with an introduction to swimming and aquatic         DAY:
dents will be involved with various aspects of       activities as a means of fitness development         3535 301     12:00PM-12:52PM    MW          AFGYM
Korean culture. This course may be offered as        and maintenance. In addition to pool sessions,          Fees: $15.00.
self-instructional/tutor-assisted.                   the student will be presented with a series of
                                                     lectures designed to present to them the basic
EVENING:
                                                     concepts of fitness development in general, as       LFIT-127         Tai Chi (1 credit)
8135 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      M          ELB209
                                                     well as how they related specifically to swim-       Tai Chi is a form of active meditation, promot-
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                     ming. The student will also have the opportu-        ing calming and inner peace. This course is de-
                                                     nity to learn the techniques and skill involved      signed to provide the students with a
KORE-201         Intermediate Korean I               in snorkeling.                                       knowledge and ability to perform this ancient
                                                         Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass     Chinese martial art. The practice of Tai Chi will
                 (4 credits)                             option.                                          strengthen body and mind, and improve gen-
In this intermediate level course, students con-         PRQ: Swim 25-yeards, non-stop, using any         eral health and vigor. Students will also be pre-
tinue to refine their Korean writing skills, de-         of the standard swimming strokes.                sented with the history and philosophy of Tai
velop the ability to read and understand             DAY:                                                 Chi.
sentence-level text, explore Korean verb roots,      6150 301     11:00AM-11:52AM    MW        AFPOOL         Tuition wavier not available for CustomClass
study additional tense, present, and future tens-       Fees: $15.00.                                         option.
es, practice dialogue exercises, increase their
                                                                                                          DAY:
working vocabulary, and learn more in-depth                                                               3543 301     9:00AM-9:52AM      MW          AFGYM
grammar. Students will continue to increase          LFIT-117          Aquafit (1 credit)                    Fees: $20.00.
their proficiency in the Korean script and           Aquafit is a water exercise program. The
sound system, study more grammatical con-            course is designed to improve your fitness level
cepts, practice their reading, and expand their                                                                                  KEY
                                                     and muscle tone. This course is individualized
knowledge of Korean culture. This course may         to fitness level and swimming ability.                COURSE #
be offered as self-instructional/tutor-assisted.         Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
EVENING:                                                 option.                                           ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
2442 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      W          ELB120
                                                     DAY:                                                  The study of impedance networks, network
   Fees: $25.00.                                     3527 301     9:00AM-9:52AM      TTH       AFPOOL      theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                        Fees: $15.00.                                      plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                     EVENING:                                                PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                     3530 350     5:30PM-6:25PM      TTH       AFPOOL      2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
                                                        Fees: $15.00.                                      2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

                                                                                                           INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                                                                                                         DAY(S)
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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                                                         EVENING:
     LFIT-128        Martial Arts I (1 credit)           3597 350     6:30PM-7:22PM      TTH       AFGYM     LFIT-298         Intermediate Alexander
     This course is designed to provide the student         Fees: $20.00.                                                     Technique (1 credit)
     with an understanding of the martial arts of the                                                        This course follows LFIT-198 (Alexander Tech-
     World. Students will train in the techniques and                                                        nique) and continues the study and practice of
     methods of the martial arts of Jeet Kune Do.        LFIT-197         Pilates (1 credit)
                                                                                                             Alexander’s work with the Self as a mind/body
     This form of martial art involves the use of        Study and application of the Pilates Mat Pro-       unity. Recognizing the spiral nature of this type
     hand strikes, kicking, elbowing, takedowns,         gram as a method of body conditioning, pos-         of learning, whereby we revisit the same activ-
     throws, and locks. The historical and cultural      ing questions for anatomical self-evaluation        ities and principles but at a deeper level, this
     basis of various arts in general, as well as Jeet   based on applied instruction, lecture/discus-       course contains the same daily activities as the
     Kune Do specifically, will be presented.            sion, required readings, and observation.           first course such as sitting, standing, walking,
         Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass        Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass    breathing and constructive rest. There is em-
         option.                                             option.                                         phasis on the particular performance or every-
     DAY:                                                    Also listed as DANC-197                         day activity of most interest to the student,
     3545 301     10:00AM-11:50AM    F         AFGYM     DAY:                                                whether that be in music, dance, drama, ath-
        Fees: $15.00.                                    5873 301     9:00AM-9:52AM      MW      HVPA115     letics, public speaking, computer work or any-
                                                            Fees: $10.00.                                    thing involving complex co-ordination.
                                                         EVENING:                                                 PRQ: DANC-198 or LFIT-198
     LFIT-132        Yoga II (1 credit)                  5874 350     5:00PM-5:52PM      TTH     HVPA115          Also listed as DANC-298
     Yoga II is a course for students who are fa-           Fees: $10.00.                                    EVENING:
     miliar with basic Hatha Yoga and want to take                                                           1757 350     5:00PM-5:52PM       MW       HVPA110
     their practice to an advanced level. This course                                                           Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
     will promote increased strength, flexibility, and   LFIT-198         Alexander Technique
                                                                                                                option.
     coordination. Students will become familiar                          (1 credit)                            Fees: $10.00.
     with inverted postures, advanced breathing          This course is an examination of the Alexan-
     techniques, and meditation.                         der Technique as a method to investigate the
         Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass    issues of mind/body disciplines and alleviate       LFIT-930         Mixed Martial Arts
         option.                                         excessive tension, and habitual holding patterns                     (1 credit)
         Students will be expected to have their own     which produce inefficient use of the body. Prin-
         yoga mats.                                                                                          This course is designed to introduce the stu-
                                                         ciples of the Alexander Technique will be ex-       dent to the combat sport of mixed martial arts.
     DAY:                                                plored through anatomical self-evaluation based     Mixed martial arts combine the techniques and
     3551 301     2:00PM-2:52PM      TTH       AFGYM     on applied instruction, lecture/discussion, re-     practices of striking and grappling arts. The
        Fees: $15.00.                                    quired readings, and observation.                   techniques from the three ranges of mixed mar-
                                                             Also listed as DANC-198                         tial arts practice will be trained including stand-
     LFIT-136        Kickboxing for Fitness                  Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass    up, clinch, and groundwork. The training
                                                             option.                                         methods, strategies, and techniques of Muay
                     (1 credit)                          DAY:                                                Thai/Thai Boxing, Brazilian Jujitsu, Russian
     This course is designed to provide students         5869 701     11:00AM-11:52AM    MW      HVPA115     Sambo, Japanese Shootwrestling, and Western
     with opportunity to practice kickboxing as a        5870 702     10:00AM-11:50AM    F       HVPA115     Catch0asCatch can Wrestling will be examined
     means of aerobic and muscular conditioning.            Fees: $10.00.                                    and trained.
     The techniques and training methods from the                                                            DAY:
     sport of kickboxing will be used to enhance the
     students exercise. Students need no prior train-    LFIT-199         Intermediate Pilates               8289 301     11:00AM-11:50AM     MW        AFGYM
                                                                                                                Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
     ing or experience in kickboxing.                                     (1 credit)                            option.
         Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass    This course is designed to provide the student
         option.                                         with the ability to perform Intermediate Mat Pi-
     DAY:                                                lates exercises. The student will be able to per-   LFIT-931         The Martial Arts of
     8233 301     7:30AM-8:20AM      TTH       AFGYM     form a basic assessment and explain exercise                         Southeast Asia (1 credit)
     3549 302     10:00AM-10:52AM    MW        AFGYM     modifications based on the assessment. This
        Fees: $15.00.                                                                                        This course is designed to introduce the stu-
                                                         course will incorporate the use of Pilates Fit-     dent to the Southeast Asian martial arts of the
                                                         ness circle and Stability ball to challenge exer-   Philippines, Indonesia, and Burma. The tech-
     LFIT-137        Circuit Weight Training             cise intensity.                                     niques and methods of Pentjak Silat (Indone-
                                                             Also listed as LFIT-199.                        sia), Kali/Escrima/Arnis (Philippines), and
                     (1 credit)                              PRQ: DANC-197 or LFIT-197                       Bando (Burma) will be examined and trained.
     This course is designed to provide students         DAY:                                                Class practice will include striking, throwing,
     with the knowledge and basic skills necessary       2555 301     10:00AM-10:52AM    MW      HVPA115     and grappling techniques. Class time will be di-
     to participate in various circuit training pro-        Fees: $10.00.                                    vided between empty hand and weapons train-
     grams. Students will learn how to utilize the          Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass     ing.
     principles of circuit training in the development      option.
                                                                                                             DAY:
     of muscular and cardiovascular fitness program.                                                         8290 301     11:00AM-11:50AM     TTH       AFGYM
         Tuition waiver not available for Custom                                                                Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
         Class option.                                                                                          option.
     DAY:
     3596 302     12:00PM-12:52PM    MF        AFGYM
     2396 301     7:30AM-8:22AM      TTH       AFGYM
        Fees: $20.00.



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MASS MEDIA AND                                       DAY:
                                                     1127 701     1:00PM-4:50PM       TH           M014     MASS-222        Sound and Lighting for
DESIGN                                               1179 702
                                                     5762 703
                                                                  1:00PM-4:50PM
                                                                  9:00AM-12:50PM
                                                                                      F
                                                                                      M
                                                                                                   M014
                                                                                                   M014
                                                                                                                            Television (3 credits)
                                                                                                            This course will include complex skills used in
                                                        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                            television sound production and lighting. The
MASS-107         Three-dimensional                                                                          sound section will cover sound recording and
                 Modeling & Animation                MASS-131           Introduction to Video II            editing using various microphone configura-
                 (3 credits)                                            (3 credits)                         tions, live microphone recording and mixing,
                                                                                                            and postproduction mixing. The lighting section
This course is to introduce the student to the       This course will include the intermediate skills       will cover lighting design using special instru-
concepts of 2D/3D computer animation. The            of video: producing, directing, camera tech-           ments, grip equipment, special effects, color
student will develop and apply traditional ani-      niques, lighting and sound techniques, and ed-         correction and additive gels. The emphasis will
mation techniques using computer software.           iting techniques. The emphasis will be on              be on working in small groups to create light-
The applications of computer animation will in-      producing television shows using field and stu-        ing designs for a variety of situations.
clude engineering, visualization, advertising, and   dio production techniques and design princi-               PRQ: ARTT-131 or MASS-131
multimedia.                                          ples.
                                                                                                            DAY:
    Also listed as CADD-107                              Also listed as ARTT-131                            4459 701    1:00PM-4:50PM       M              M010
DAY:                                                     PRQ: ARTT-130 or MASS-130                             Fees: $50.00.
5768 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      T         M/N106     DAY:
   Fees: $50.00.                                     1173 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      F            M014
                                                        Fees: $50.00.                                       MASS-223        Motion Graphics
MASS-126         Introduction to                                                                                            (3 credits)
                 Journalism (3 credits)              MASS-140           Introd. to Gaming and               This course will include basic skills in motion
                                                                        Simulation Design                   graphics: color, form, typography, design and
This course will provide a framework for the                                                                movement of design elements. Students will uti-
practical applications required to operate as a                         (3 credits)                         lize software such as Adobe Photoshop and
journalist in the twenty-first century. Students     This course is designed for students in the            After Effects to create compositions.
will discuss the role and responsibility of press    gaming and simulation design curriculum, indi-             Also listed as ARTT-223
in a free society and will benefit from the op-      viduals currently working in the gaming indus-             PRQ: ARTT-112
portunity to evaluate popular journalistic medi-     try, and people interested in exploring an             DAY:
ums and their respective contents while              up-and-coming technology. This course will             5771 701    2:00PM-5:50PM       M          M/N106
applying their conclusions to their own deci-        expose the student to the fundamentals of gam-            Fees: $50.00.
sions and styles as future journalists. They will    ing and simulation design from concept to
take on the role of journalist as they adhere to     forming strategies and development.         The
the professional standards of news, feature, and     course will cover topics such as gaming gen-           MASS-230        Television Workshop I
opinion pieces for a magazine or newspaper.          res, simulation conventions, design strategies                         (3 credits)
Finally, students will implement the writing         for gaming and simulation, interface design, sto-
process, from research, interviewing, and note                                                              This course will include the basic structure of
                                                     rytelling, and selling concepts in formal pro-         dramatic television productions: script break-
taking through editing, proofreading, and po-        posals.
tential publication.                                                                                        down, casting, directing talent, camera, sound,
                                                     DAY:                                                   lighting techniques for dramatic productions.
    Also listed as ENGL-126
                                                     4679 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       W          M/N106     Television majors will be working with students
    PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101
                                                        Fees: $50.00.                                       from THET-241 Acting for Television.
EVENING:
7122 750     6:00PM-8:50PM      W          RCF232                                                               PRQ: ARTT-131 or MASS-131
   Fees: $30.00.                                     MASS-221           Writing for Television and          DAY:
                                                                                                            1144 701    1:00PM-4:50PM       TH             M010
                                                                        Radio (3 credits)                      Fees: $50.00.
MASS-129         Mass Media (3 credits)              This course focuses on a basic approach to the
Emphasis is on the effects of radio, television,     different kinds of writing done for all types of
and film in our society; both historically and in    television and radio programs. Students en-
their present forms.                                 rolled in this class will learn to write using stan-                         KEY
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121              dard and accepted broadcast script formats.
                                                     Treatments, drafts and full scripts for a variety       COURSE #
EVENING:
4551 750     7:30PM-10:20PM     W            N115
                                                     of program types will be explored in this class.
   Fees: $30.00.                                         Also listed as ENGL-221                             ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                         PRQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101                           The study of impedance networks, network
                                                     EVENING:                                                theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
MASS-130         Introduction to Video I             4564 750     7:30PM-10:20PM      M          ELB225      plications of capacitors and inductors.
                 (3 credits)                            Fees: $10.00.                                          PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                             2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
This course will include the basic skills of                                                                 2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
video: direction, camera techniques, lighting
and sound techniques, and editing techniques.                                                                INDEX         TIME                    LOCATION
The emphasis will be on producing short video                                                                 NO.
segments using television field production tech-                                                                                          DAY(S)
niques and design principles.                                                                                SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
    Also listed as ARTT-130                                                                                  For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                                                                               DAY:
     MASS-231         Television Workshop II               MASS-271 Multimedia Authoring &                     5235   401   12:00PM-12:52PM    MW          HR324
                      (3 credits)                                     Design II (3 credits)                    3105   402   1:00PM-1:52PM      TTH         HR324
                                                                                                               3100   403   10:00AM-10:50AM    TTH         HR324
     This course will include complex skills in dra-       This course will include the more advanced          3102   404   10:00AM-10:50AM    MW          HR324
     matic television productions: script breakdown,       skills in authoring for CD-ROM: conceptualize,      3108   405   12:00PM-12:50PM    TTH         HR324
     casting, directing talent, as well as camera,         storyboard and design for multimedia projects.      3101   406   1:00PM-1:52PM      MW          HR324
     sound, lighting techniques for dramatic produc-       Students will work with software such as Macro-        Fees: $50.00.
     tions. Television majors will be working with         media Director.                                     EVENING:
     students from THET-241 Acting for Television              Also listed as ARTT-271                         3110 450     5:30PM-6:22PM      MW          HR324
     and assembling production crews to complete               PRQ: ARTT-270 or MASS-270                       3111 451     6:30PM-7:22PM      TTH         HR324
     short dramatic scenes.                                DAY:                                                   Fees: $50.00.
         PRQ: MASS-230                                     3332 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T         M/N106    WEEKEND:
     DAY:                                                     Fees: $50.00.                                    3107 430     9:00AM-11:15AM     S         HR326B
     4468 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      TH           M010                                                           “Saturday class begins on September 6,
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                             2008.”
                                                           MASS-280         Web Design and                        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                            Production I (3 credits)           SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
     MASS-260         Designing for Interactive                                                                3550 A401 11:00AM-11:52AM       MTWTH       HR324
                                                           This course will include the basic skills in au-
                      Environments (3 credits)             thoring for the web: conceptualization, design,        Fees: $50.00.
     This course will include the skills of design         and implementation. Emphasis is on design           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     principles for interactive environments: applica-     principles, user-friendly interactive design, and   3131 J465 12:30PM-1:20PM        MW         LCTBA
     tions, architecture, hypertext, navigation, usabil-   incorporating multimedia components.                3135 J475 6:30PM-7:20PM         TTH        LCTBA
     ity, content and authoring. The emphasis will             Also listed as ARTT-280                            Fees: $50.00.
     be on the elements of design.                             PRQ: ARTT-112
          Also listed as ARTT-260
          PRQ: CMSY-129
                                                           DAY:                                                MATH-061         Basic Algebra and
                                                           4456 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH        M/N106
     DAY:                                                     Fees: $50.00.                                                     Geometry (4 credits)
     1176 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      W         M/N106                                                         In this course students will be introduced to al-
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                          gebraic topics such as working with integers,
                                                           MASS-281         Web Design and                     simplifying numeric expressions with expo-
                                                                            Production II (3 credits)          nents, combining similar terms, multiplying
     MASS-261         Digital Video (3 credits)                                                                polynomials and evaluating algebraic expres-
                                                           This course will include the complex skills in
     This course will include production skills in ac-     authoring for the web using software such as        sions. They will learn to distinguish among ex-
     quiring audio and video for new media distri-         Dreamweaver and Flash. Emphasis is on design        amples of the commutative, associative and
     bution: direction, camera techniques, lighting        principles, user friendly interactive design, and   distributive properties. Students will solve first
     and sound techniques, and editing techniques          incorporating multimedia components.                degree equations, solve and graph linear in-
     as well as codecs and compression techniques.             Also listed as ARTT-281                         equalities on a number line, graph lines and
     The emphasis will be on video production and              PRQ: ARTT-280 or MASS-280                       investigate slope, and the x- and y- intercepts.
     distribution for new media.                                                                               They will become familiar with elementary top-
                                                           DAY:
         Also listed as ARTT-261                                                                               ics in geometry. This course is taught using
                                                           3329 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH        M/N106
         PRQ: CMSY-129                                                                                         computer assisted instruction. You must plan to
                                                              Fees: $50.00.
     DAY:                                                                                                      spend extra time on campus in our open com-
     1185 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       W            M014                                                        puter labs.
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                              PRQ: MATH-060 or appropriate math place-
                                                           MATHEMATICS                                             ment score and ENGL-093
                                                                                                               DAY:
     MASS-270         Multimedia Authoring &                                                                   5204   401   8:00AM-9:22AM      MWF       HR326A
                      Design I (3 credits)                 MATH-060         Basic Mathematics                  3114   402   9:30AM-10:50AM     MWF       HR326A
     This course will include the basic skills in au-                       (2 credits)                        5300   403   2:00PM-3:20PM      MTTH      HR326A
                                                                                                               3128   404   8:00AM-9:50AM      TTH       HR326A
     thoring for CD-ROM: conceptualize, storyboard         In this course students will improve their arith-   8693   405   2:00PM-3:20PM      MWF       HR326A
     and design for multimedia projects. Students          metic skills using signed numbers, fractions and    3117   406   12:00PM-1:52PM     TTH       HR326B
     will work with software such as Macromedia Di-        decimals. Factoring numbers into products of        3116   407   12:00PM-1:52PM     TTH       HR326A
     rector.                                               primes: conversions between decimals, frac-         3159   408   10:00AM-11:50AM    TTH       HR326B
         Also listed as ARTT-270                           tions and percents; ratio and proportion; place     3160   409   12:30PM-1:50PM     MWF       HR326A
         PRQ: ARTT-112                                     value and least common multiples will also be       2010   410   11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF       HR326A
                                                           included. The use of a scientific calculator as     4352   411   10:00AM-11:50AM    TTH       HR326A
     DAY:                                                                                                      2101   412   8:00AM-9:50AM      TTH       HR326B
     3556 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      T         M/N106     a problem solving tool is also taught. This
                                                                                                               2129   415   1:00PM-2:20PM      MWF        HR232
        Fees: $50.00.                                      course is taught using computer-assisted in-        3139   420   3:30PM-5:20PM      MW        HR326A
                                                           struction. You must plan to spend extra time        3502   421   3:30PM-5:22PM      TTH       HR326A
                                                           on campus in our open computer labs.                5266   422   2:30PM-4:20PM      TTH        HR328
                                                               PRQ: Appropriate score on math placement           Fees: $50.00.
                                                               test and ENGL-093




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EVENING:                                                                                                  DAY:
3119 450      5:30PM-7:20PM     MW        HR326A     MATH-065          Integrated Algebra and             5216   401   8:00AM-9:25AM      MWF         HR326B
3121 451      5:30PM-7:20PM     TTH       HR326A                       Geometry II (2 credits)            5221   402   9:30AM-10:50AM     MWF         HR326B
3120 452      7:30PM-9:20PM     MW        HR326A                                                          5222   403   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTHF        HR326B
4353 453      7:30PM-9:20PM     TTH       HR326A     This course is the second in a two-part se-          5253   404   11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF         HR326B
   Fees: $50.00.                                     quence covering elementary algebra topics. Stu-      8836   405   12:30PM-1:50PM     MWF         HR326B
                                                     dents will extend their basic algebra skills to      2103   406   8:30AM-9:50AM      MWF          HR328
WEEKEND:
                                                     include simplifying, performing operations with,     5224   411   2:00PM-3:20PM      MTTH         HR222
3118 430      9:00AM-1:20PM     S         HR326A
                                                     and solving equations involving rational expres-     5225   412   11:00AM-12:50PM    TTH          HR228
   “Saturday class begins on September 6,                                                                 5226   413   12:30PM-1:50PM     MWF          HR222
   2008.”                                            sions. The quadratic formula will be introduced.
                                                                                                          5241   414   7:30AM-9:20AM      TTH          HR228
   Fees: $50.00.                                     Application problems will include the use of
                                                                                                          5270   415   12:00PM-1:50PM     TTH          HR222
                                                     the Theorem of Pythagoras. After successfully        5345   416   11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF          HR222
SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
                                                     completing this course, students should register     2105   417   1:00PM-2:20PM      MWF          HR228
3112 A401 11:00AM-11:52AM       MTWTHF      HR324
                                                     for intermediate algebra. *The course is taught      7642   418   8:00AM-9:20AM      MWF          HR222
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                     using computer-assisted instruction. You must        7643   419   9:00AM-10:50AM     TTH          HR222
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               plan to spend extra time on campus in our            5228   420   3:30PM-5:20PM      MW          HR326B
5518 J430 9:00AM-2:30PM         S          LCTBA                                                          5227   421   3:30PM-5:20PM      TTH         HR326B
                                                     open computer labs. PRQ: MATH-064.
   “Saturday class begins on September 6,                                                                 5301   422   3:30PM-5:20PM      TTH          HR222
   2008.”                                            DAY:                                                 4354   423   3:30PM-5:20PM      MW           HR222
3113   J465   12:30PM-2:10PM    MWF        LCTBA     3166 402     11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF         HR328
                                                     5205 403     1:00PM-1:52PM      MWF         HR328
                                                                                                             Fees: $50.00.
3134   J475   6:00PM-8:30PM     MW         LCTBA
                                                     3539 404     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         HR328    EVENING:
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                          5229 450     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW          HR326B
                                                        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                          5230 451     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW           HR222
                                                     EVENING:                                             5231 452     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH         HR326B
MATH-064         Integrated Algebra and              5206 450     4:30PM-5:50PM      TTH         HR328    2106 453     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW           HR222
                                                     5215 451     6:00PM-7:20PM      MW          HR328
                 Geometry I (3 credits)                 Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                             Fees: $50.00.
In this course, the student will develop skills in                                                        SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
                                                     WEEKEND:                                             5220 A401 11:00AM-12:20PM       MWF          HR222
manipulating algebraic expressions with integer      1976 430     9:00AM-12:15PM     S           HR328
exponents and in simplyifying polynomials and                                                                Fees: $50.00.
                                                        This course starts Saturday, September 6,
radical expressions. The student will write an          2008 and ends November 1, 2008.                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
equation for a line from given information. Sys-                                                          3127 J465 12:30PM-2:10PM        MWF          LCTBA
                                                        Fees: $50.00.
tems of equations will be solved graphically                                                              3136 J475 6:00PM-8:30PM         TTH          LCTBA
and algebraically. Methods of factoring second-                                                              Fees: $50.00.
degree polynomials will also be included. The        MATH-067          Review of Algebra With
ability to solve equations will be expanded to                         Geometry Applications
include factorable quadratics. This course is the
first in a two-part sequence needed to complete                        (4 credits)
elementary algebra. Classes offered in HR326         In this course, the student will develop skills in
A&B and HR328 are computer-based instruc-            manipulating algebraic expressions with integer
tion. Additional time is required in the com-        exponents and in simplifying polynomials, ra-
puter lab. All sections require the use of the       tional expressions and radicals. The student
interactive computer program that comes with         will write an equation for a line from given in-
the text. PRQ: MATH-061 or appropriate math          formation. Systems of equations will be solved
placement score.                                     graphically and algebraically. Methods of fac-
DAY:                                                 toring second-degree polynomials and applica-
3104   401    1:00aM-2:20PM     TTH         HR328    tions involving factoring will also be included.
5251   402    10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF         HR328    The ability to solve equations will be expanded
3537   403    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH         HR328    to include rational expressions and quadratics.
3169   410    11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF         HR228    The quadratic formula will be introduced. Ap-
5214   411    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH         HR228    plication problems will include the use of the
3122   412    1:00PM-2:20PM     TTH         HR228
                                                     Theorem of Pythagoras. Classes offered in
5508   413    12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF         HR228
                                                     HR326 A&B and HR328 are computer-based in-
3489   435
                                                     struction. Additional time is required in the                               KEY
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                     computer lab. All sections require the use of         COURSE #
EVENING:
                                                     the interactive computer program that comes
3170 451      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH       HR326B
5213 452      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH        HR222     with the text. PRQ: Appropriate score on math         ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
   Fees: $50.00.                                     placement test.
                                                                                                           The study of impedance networks, network
WEEKEND:                                                                                                   theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
1970 430      9:00AM-12:15PM    S         HR326B                                                           plications of capacitors and inductors.
   This course starts Saturday, September 6,                                                                 PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   2008.                                                                                                   2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                           2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

                                                                                                           INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                                                                                                         DAY(S)
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                           For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         EXPRESS:                                            thinking skills they need to understand the
     MATH-070        Intermediate Algebra                3726 P440    8:00AM-9:50AM      MTTHF      HR324    major issues they will face in life, both on a
                     (3 credits)                            Section P440 meets the first 7 weeks.            personal level and as citizens in a modern
     The emphasis of this course is on using alge-          Students must also register for MATH-131-        democracy. There will be an emphasis upon
     braic and graphical techniques to model and            P441.                                            contemporary applications to various real-life
     solve real world application problems. The use         Fees: $50.00.                                    problems. This course is intended for students
     of a graphing calculator is required. Topics will                                                       who do not plan to major in mathematics or
     include linear, quadratic, exponential, and log-                                                        the sciences.
                                                         MATH-105         Drug Calculations                      PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate score on
     arithmic functions, rational exponent equations
     (both linear and quadratic), radical equations,                      (1 credit)                             math placement test.
     linear and nonlinear systems, use of the dis-       Development of skills necessary to calculate        DAY:
     criminant, and inverse functions. Familiarity       therapeutic dosages using the metric, apothe-       5237 401     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH        HR242
     with rational expressions and equations is as-      cary and household systems of measurement.          1990 402     10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF        HR320
     sumed. PRQ: MATH 065 or MATH 067 or ap-             Also listed as HEAL-105. PRQ: MATH-060 or              Fees: $30.00.
     propriate score on math placement test.             appropriate math placement score and ENGL-          EVENING:
     DAY:                                                093                                                 3158 450     6:00PM-7:20PM      MW         HR242
     3142   401   8:00AM-9:20AM      MWF        HR240    DAY:                                                   Fees: $50.00.
     3143   402   8:00AM-9:50AM      TTH        HR240    4414 401     8:30AM-9:22AM      TTH        HR328
     3144   403   9:30AM-10:50AM     MWF        HR240       This section ends 10/09/08.
     3145   404   11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF        HR240    2109   402   11:00AM-11:52AM    TTH        HR222
                                                                                                             MATH-127        Concepts of Mathematics
     3146   405   12:30PM-1:50PM     MWF        HR240       This section ends on 10/09/08.                                   I (4 credits)
     8694   406   2:00PM-3:20PM      MTTH       HR240       Fees: $15.00.
     3195   407   10:00AM-11:50AM    TTH        HR240                                                        This course is for students in the elementary
     5207   408   12:00PM-1:50PM     TTH        HR240    EVENING:                                            education and early childhood education pro-
     5303   409   9:30AM-10:50AM     MWF        HR244    3152 450     7:30PM-8:30PM      MW         HR328    grams. Students will study the structural aspects
     5240   410   11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF        HR244       This section ends 10/08/08.                      of mathematics and the ‘why’ of arithmetical
     5496   411   8:00PM-9:20PM      MWF        HR244       Fees: $15.00.                                    computations. Topics include sets, functions,
     5304   412   12:30PM-1:50PM     MWF        HR244    ONLINE:                                             logic, numeration systems, algorithms and their
     7645   413   10:00AM-11:50AM    TTH        HR244    5232 N490 -                                         historical development, estimation, mental com-
     1364   414   12:00PM-1:50PM     TTH        HR244
     8695   415   8:00AM-9:50AM      TTH        HR244
                                                            A basic understanding of and access to           putations, and elementary number theory.
     5208   416   2:00PM-3:50PM      TTH        HR244       the Internet and WWW browsing capability         Throughout the course special emphasis is
     4471   421   3:30PM-5:20PM      MW         HR240       are required. After you have registered, go      given to problem solving techniques. Appropri-
     5040   422   3:30PM-5:20PM      TTH        HR240       to the Distance Learning Homepage on             ate use of computers and calculators will be in-
        Fees: $50.00.                                       the HCC homepage and click on the link           tegrated into the course.
     EVENING:                                               “Checklist for Registered Online Students”           PRQ: MATH-070 or appropriate Math place-
     3148 450     4:00PM-5:50PM      TTH        HR244       for important information about your                 ment score
     3149 451     5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH        HR240       course. This section ends 10/09/08.              DAY:
     7646 452     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW         HR240       Fees: $10.00.                                    3109 401     9:30AM-10:50AM     MWF        HR228
     3184 453     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH        HR240                                                           Fees: $50.00.
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                         MATH-121         Finite Math (3 credits)            EVENING:
     ONLINE:                                                                                                 3196 450     7:00PM-8:50PM      TTH        HR228
     5233 N490                                           In this course students will learn the language        Fees: $50.00.
        Online mathematics courses should only           of sets and be introduced to counting theory,
        be attempted by students with strong             tree diagrams, probability, distributions, and
        mathematics skills. A basic understanding        random variables. Other topics include approx-      MATH-128        Concepts of Mathematics
        of and access to the Internet and WWW            imating data by linear models, graphing and                         II (4 credits)
        browsing capability are required. After you      analysis of systems of inequalities, matrix alge-
        have registered, go to the Distance              bra and linear programming, and the mathe-          This course is the second course in a se-
        Learning Homepage on the HCC                     matics of finance. PRQ: MATH-070 or                 quence intended for students in the elementary
        homepage and click on the link “Checklist        appropriate math placement score. (3 hours          and early childhood education programs. Top-
        for Registered Online Students” for              weekly)                                             ics include statistics, probability, metric and
        important information about your course.                                                             non-metric geometry, dimensional analysis, con-
                                                         DAY:                                                gruence and similarity, and coordinate and
        This course has a required on-campus             5305 401     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        HR320
        orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,        1989 402     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH        HR322
                                                                                                             transformational geometry. Throughout the
        between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time             Fees: $50.00.                                    course special emphasis is given to problem-
        and room TBA.                                                                                        solving techniques including the appropriate
                                                         EVENING:                                            use of calculators and computers.
        Fees: $30.00.                                    5306 450     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH        HR226
                                                                                                                 PRQ: MATH-070 or appropriate math place-
     SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:                                Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                                 ment score
     5211 A401 11:00AM-12:20PM       MWF        HR244
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                        DAY:
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                         MATH-122         Ideas in Mathematics               4865 401     8:00AM-9:20AM      MWF        HR228
                                                                          (3 credits)                           Fees: $50.00.
     5767 J420 4:00PM-5:50PM         MW        LCTBA
     3132 J465 10:00AM-11:20AM       MWF       LCTBA                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                         In this course students will develop the ability    5242 J450 4:30PM-6:20PM         TTH       LCTBA
     3138 J475 6:00PM-7:50PM         TTH       LCTBA
                                                         to reason with quantitative information, through       Fees: $50.00.
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                         the study of the principles of reasoning, num-
                                                         ber sense, probability and statistical reasoning,
                                                         logic and mathematical modeling. Students will
                                                         acquire the specific background and critical

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                                                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               DAY:
MATH-131        College Algebra                    2127 J420 4:30PM-5:50PM         MW         LCTBA     3181 401     9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF          HR320
                (3 credits)                        4962 J430 9:00AM-12:15PM        S          LCTBA     3180 402     1:00PM-1:52PM      MTTH         HR320
                                                      “Saturday class begins on September 6,            5310 403     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH          HR320
Students will further algebraic skills with the                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                      2008.”
concept of functions as a tool to model the real   3133   J465   11:30AM-12:20PM   MWF        LCTBA     EVENING:
world playing a central role. Polynomial, ra-      3140   J475   6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH        LCTBA     7649 450     4:30PM-5:50PM      MW           HR242
tional, exponential and logarithmic functions         Fees: $50.00.                                     3141 451     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH          HR320
will be studied, along with techniques for solv-                                                           Fees: $50.00.
                                                   EXPRESS:
ing equations and inequalities, complex num-       3728 P441     8:15AM-9:50AM     MTTHF       HR324
bers, operations on functions and inverse             Section P441 meets the last 7 weeks
functions. A graphical approach will be utilized      beginning on Thursday Oct 16, 2008                MATH-133H College Trigonometry
throughout with an emphasis on solving appli-         Fees: $50.00.                                               Seminar - HONORS
cation problems. This course is taught using
                                                   CAMPUSWEB:                                           The seminar will center on problem solving
computer assisted instruction. If you do not
                                                   2036 C455 6:00PM-7:20PM         T           HR322    and contemporary applications of mathematics
have the equipment at your home/office you
                                                      A CampusWeb course is an ideal                    in many different fields, fully accessible to stu-
must plan to spend extra time on campus in
                                                      combination of classroom interaction with         dents at the college trigonometry level. Students
our open computer labs. The use of a graph-
                                                      the use of online resources. Because so           will be expected to read articles and engage in
ing calculator is required.
                                                      many of the course interactions are               problem solving based on the reading. Talks
    PRQ: MATH-070 or appropriate math place-
                                                      conducted online, the amount of class             will be presented both by the seminar instruc-
    ment score
                                                      meeting time is half that of the traditional      tor and by groups of participants.
DAY:                                                  onsite version of the course. Students may                     1:00PM-1:50PM      W            HR320
3172   401   8:00AM-8:52AM     MWF        HR242       use computers in the campus computer
3173   402   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF        HR242
3182   403   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF        HR232
                                                      labs or use their home computers with
3171   404   12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH        HR232       Internet access to complete online course         MATH-138         Statistics (4 credits)
3177   405   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF        HR242       activities. See www.howardcc.edu/distance         Development of pictorial and analytical distri-
3175   406   1:00PM-1:52PM     MWF        HR242       for more information including complete           butions, using statistics tables, calculator, and
3179   407   8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH        HR242       technical specifications for CampusWeb            computer to calculate measures of central lo-
3198   408   8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH        HR232       and online courses.                               cations and variation. This course is taught
3542   409   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH        HR242                                                         using computer assisted instruction. If you do
5212   410   2:00PM-2:52PM     MTTH       HR320
                                                                                                        not have the equipment at your home/office
5250   411   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF        HR232    MATH-131H College Algebra Seminar                    you must plan to spend extra time on campus
5308   412   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF        HR242
5309   413   12:30PM-1:50PM    TTH        HR242              - HONORS                                   in our open computer labs.
5272   414   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH        HR232    The seminar will center on problem solving               PRQ: MATH-070 or higher or appropiate
8879   415   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF        HR242    and contemporary applications of mathematics             math placement score
2111   416   2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH        HR242    in many different fields, fully accessible to stu-   DAY:
8696   417   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW         HR242                                                         3123   401   8:00AM-9:15AM      MWF          HR226
2684   418   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF        HR232
                                                   dents at the college algebra level. Students will
                                                   be expected to read articles and engage in           3501   402   11:00AM-12:15PM    MWF          HR226
7647   419   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH        HR232                                                         5311   403   12:30PM-1:45PM     MWF          HR226
3566   420   2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH        HR232    problem solving based on the reading. Talks
                                                                                                        5273   404   9:30AM-10:45AM     MWF          HR226
7648   425   3:00PM-4:20PM     MW         HR232    will be presented both by the seminar instruc-
                                                                                                        2123   405   9:00AM-10:50AM     TTH          HR226
   Fees: $50.00.                                   tor and by groups of participants.                   2681   406   11:00AM-12:50PM    TTH          HR226
                                                                 1:00PM-1:50PM     W           HR320    5275   421   3:30PM-5:20PM      MW           HR226
EVENING:
5209 450     4:30PM-5:50PM     MW         HR232                                                            Fees: $50.00.
5238 451     7:30PM-8:50PM     MW         HR242
3176 452     6:00PM-7:20PM     MW         HR232
                                                   MATH-133           College Trigonometry              EVENING:
                                                                                                        3197 450     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW           HR226
3178 453     4:30PM-5:50PM     TTH        HR242                       (3 credits)                       3124 451     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH          HR226
2117 454     5:30PM-6:50PM     TTH        HR232
                                                   Students will develop skills in basic trigonome-        Fees: $50.00.
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                   try and its applications, with an emphasis on
ONLINE:                                            modeling with functions and other algebraic
3174 N490                                          skills necessary for the study of calculus.
   Online mathematics courses should only          Trigonometry will be defined using the unit cir-
   be attempted by students with strong                                                                                        KEY
                                                   cle approach, with emphasis on the geometry
   mathematics skills. A basic understanding       of the circle. Classical right triangle trigonome-    COURSE #
   of and access to the Internet and WWW           try will be studied, along with trigonometric
   browsing capability are required. After you     identities and equations, the laws of sines and       ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
   have registered, go to the Distance             cosines, graphs and properties of the trigono-
   Learning Homepage on the HCC                                                                          The study of impedance networks, network
                                                   metric functions and their inverses, parametric       theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
   homepage and click on the link “Checklist       equations, trigonometric form of complex num-
   for Registered Online Students” for                                                                   plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                   bers, and Demoivre’s theorem. This course is            PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   important information about your course.        taught using computer assisted instruction. If        2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   This course has a required on-campus            you do not have the equipment at your                 2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,       home/office you must plan to spend extra time
   10:00 am to 12 noon, HR230, Tuesday,            on campus in our open computer labs. The use          INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
   August 26, 2008, 5:30-7:30 pm, Room             of a graphing calculator is required (Tl-84 rec-       NO.
   HR322. Please plan to attend one of the         ommended). PRQ: MATH-131 or appropriate                                             DAY(S)
   above orientation sessions.                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                   score on math placement test.
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                         For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     ONLINE:                                               ONLINE:                                              EVENING:
     3183 N490                                             3155 N490 -                                          3191 450     7:00PM-8:50PM       TTH        HR232
        A basic understanding of and access to                A basic understanding of and access to               Fees: $50.00.
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability              the Internet and WWW browsing capability
        are required. After you have registered for           are required. After you have registered, go
        this course, go to the HCC homepage and               to to the Distance Learning Homepage on           MATH-181H Calculus I Seminar -
        click on the link for Distance Learning.              the HCC homepage and click on the link                      HONORS
        Please read the information under the                 “Checklist for Registered Online Students”        The seminar will center on problem solving
        heading “Checklist for Registered Online              for important information about your              and contemporary applications of mathematics
        Students.” This course has an optional                course. This course has a required on-            in many different fields, fully accessible to stu-
        problem-solving session delivered via web-            campus orientation on Saturday, August            dents at the college trigonometry level. Students
        conferencing on Wednesdays from 8:15 -                23, 2008, between 8-9:20 AM in Rm                 will be expected to read articles and engage in
        9:15 p.m.                                             HR322. Students who are not able to               problem solving based on the reading. Talks
        Fees: $40.00.                                         make this time, or who live outside the           will be presented both by the seminar instruc-
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                   locality, must schedule an alternate              tor and by groups of participants
     2128 J420 4:00PM-5:50PM          TTH        LCTBA        orientation with instructor. Please note:                      2:00-2:50PM         M          HR322
     4444 J465 8:30AM-9:45AM          MWF        LCTBA        this course has mandatory online                               9:30-10:30PM*       M          HR322
     4451 J475 6:00PM-7:50PM          TTH        LCTBA        conferences every Monday evening during              *An evening seminar will also be
        Fees: $50.00.                                         the semester from 8:30-9:45 p.m. Link to             scheduled for a mutually agreed upon
                                                              the conference will be in the course site.           time. A preliminary meeting to decide on
                                                              Fees: $50.00.                                        a time will be held. This first planning
     MATH-138H Statistics Seminar -
                                                           CAMPUSWEB:                                              meeting will be Monday, Sept. 8, 2008.
               HONORS                                      1930 C430 8:00AM-9:20AM         S           HR322
     This seminar will center on problem solving              A CampusWeb course is an ideal
     and contemporary applications of statistics. Stu-        combination of classroom interaction with         MATH-182         Calculus II (4 credits)
     dents will be expected to read articles and par-         the use of online resources. Because so           This course replaces MATH-150. Development
     ticipate in learning experiences with statistical        many of the course interactions are               of calculus skills using functions: hyperbolic, in-
     computer languages.                                      conducted online, the amount of class             verse trigonometric, power series, analytic
                  4:00PM-4:50PM       T          HR226        meeting time is half that of the traditional      geometry. This course uses the graphing calcu-
                                                              onsite version of the course. Students may        lator, a computer algebra system and the inter-
                                                              use computers in the campus computer              active CD-ROM disk that comes with the text.
     MATH-145         Business Calculus                       labs or use their home computers with             If you do not have the adequate computer ca-
                      (3 credits)                             Internet access to complete online course         pability at your home/office you must plan to
     In this course students will develop skills in ini-      activities. Attendance is required at several     spend extra time on campus in our open com-
     tial content of both differential and integral cal-      online conferencing sessions Mondays:             puter labs.
     culus. Polynomial, rational, exponential and             8:30PM-9:45PM. Students should purchase               PRQ: MATH-140, MATH-181, or equivalent
     logarithmic functions will be studied. Applica-          a new book so that they may access the            DAY:
     tions dealing with optimization, related rate, rev-      online homework through the publishers            3193 401     9:30AM-10:50AM      MWF        HR322
     enue, cost, profit, elasticity, and areas will be        website. Contact instructor for details.             Fees: $50.00.
     presented. This course uses the graphing cal-            Fees: $50.00.                                     EVENING:
     culator, a computer algebra system, and the in-                                                            3194 450     7:00PM-8:50PM       MW         HR228
     teractive computer program that comes with the                                                                Fees: $50.00.
                                                           MATH-181         Calculus I (4 credits)
     text. If you do not have the computer capabil-
     ity available at your home/office then you must       This course replaces MATH-140. In this course
     plan to spend extra time on campus in our             students will develop skills in initial content of   MATH-220         Discrete Structures
     open computer labs. Students can not receive          both differential and integral calculus to allow                      (3 credits)
     credit for both MATH-140 and MATH-145.                further study in calculus, other higher mathe-
                                                           matics, and the disciplines that make extensive      In this course, students will develop skills in
          PRQ: MATH-131 or appropriate math place-                                                              fundamental mathematical concepts related to
          ment score.                                      use of mathematics. Trigonometric as well as
                                                           algebraic functions will be studied. This course     computer science. The course will discuss ele-
     DAY:
                                                           uses the graphing calculator, a computer alge-       ments of set theory, relations, functions, propo-
     3190 401     8:00AM-8:52AM       MWF        HR320                                                          sitional logic, permutations, combinations, proof
     6120 402     11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF        HR232     bra system and the interactive CD-ROM disk
                                                           that comes with the text. If you do not have         techniques, and elementary graph theory, se-
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                           lected applications will be included.
                                                           the adequate computer capability at your
     EVENING:
                                                           home/office you must plan to spend extra time             PRQ: MATH-140, MATH-181, or equivalent
     3199 450     7:30PM-8:50PM       MW         HR232                                                          EVENING:
     7650 451     4:30PM-5:50PM       TTH        HR320     on campus in our open computer labs. Stu-
                                                           dents can not receive credit for both MATH-181       5210 450     6:00PM-7:20PM       TTH        HR242
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                              Fees: $50.00.
                                                           and MATH-145.
                                                               PRQ: MATH-133 or MATH-135 or appropri-
                                                               ate math placement score.                        MATH-240         Calculus III (4 credits)
                                                           DAY:
                                                                                                                This course includes vector calculus in both
                                                           3188   401   8:00AM-9:20AM      MWF         HR322
                                                           5312   402   11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF         HR322    two and three dimensional space along with
                                                           3189   403   12:30PM-1:50PM     MWF         HR322    the classical theorems of Green, Stokes, and
                                                           2746   420   3:30PM-5:20PM      MW          HR322    Gauss. It will also include a discussion of par-
                                                              Fees: $50.00.                                     tial derivatives and multiple integrals along with
                                                                                                                a number of appropriate applications. This



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course uses a computer algebra system and the
interactive CD-ROM disk that comes with the         MICROSOFT                                         MSFT-279         MS Server 2003 Active Dir
text. If you do not have this equipment at your                                                                        Infrastructur (3 credits)
home/office you must plan to spend extra time       MSFT-272         Impl & Supp MS XP                This course provides students with the knowl-
on campus in our open computer labs.                                                                  edge and skills to successfully plan, implement,
    PRQ: MATH-150, MATH-182 or equivalent                            Professional (3 credits)         and troubleshoot a Microsoft Windows Server
DAY:                                                The purpose of this course is to address the      2003 Active Directory directory service infra-
2124 401     11:00AM-12:20PM    MWF        HR320    implementation and desktop support needs of       structure. The course focuses on a Windows
   Fees: $50.00.                                    customers that are planning to deploy and sup-    Server 2003 directory service environment, in-
EVENING:                                            port Microsoft Windows XP Professional in a       cluding forest and domain structure, Domain
3186 450     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW         HR322    variety of stand-alone and network operating      Name System (DNS), site topology and replica-
   Fees: $50.00.                                    system environments. It provides in-depth,        tion, organizational unit structure and delegation
                                                    hands-on training for management and support      of administration, Group Policy, and user, group
                                                    of Windows XP Professional.                       and computer account strategies.
MATH-250        Linear Algebra (4 credits)              PRQ: MSFT-299                                 [P]MSFT-278
Students will develop skills in the basic con-      EXPRESS:                                          EXPRESS:
cepts of linear algebra. These skills will cover    3812 P050   6:00PM-10:00PM    TTH       ELB204    3817 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     MW         ELB206
areas such as vector spaces, linear equations          MSFT-272-P050 meets from 9/09/08 to               MSFT-279-P050 meets from 10/27/08 to
and matrices, similar matrices, linear transfor-       10/16/08.                                         12/08/08.
mations, eigenvalues, function spaces, determi-        Fees: $600.00.                                    Fees: $600.00.
nants, and quadratic forms and complex vector
spaces. Various applications will be examined.
This course uses the graphing calculator and a      MSFT-273         Mng & Main MS Server             MSFT-282         Design Server 03 AD &
computer algebra system. If you do not have                          2003 Environment                                  Ntwk Infrastruc
adequate computer capability at your home/of-                        (3 credits)
fice you must plan to spend extra time on cam-
                                                                                                                       (3 credits)
pus in our open computer labs.                      This course provides students with the knowl-     This course provides students with the knowl-
    PRQ: MATH-140 or MATH-181 or equivalent         edge and skills that are required to manage ac-   edge and skills to design a Microsoft Active Di-
                                                    counts and resources, maintain server             rectory directory service and network
DAY:
                                                    resources, monitor server performance, and        infrastructure for a Microsoft Windows Server
2066 401     9:30AM-10:45PM     MWF        HR222
                                                    safeguard data in a Microsoft Windows Server      2003 environment. The course is intended for
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                    2003 environment.                                 systems engineers who are responsible for de-
                                                        PRQ: MSFT-299                                 signing directory service and/or network infra-
                                                                                                      structures.
METEROLOGY                                          EXPRESS:
                                                    3813 P050   6:00PM-10:00PM    TTH       ELB204        PRQ: MSFT-279
                                                       MSFT-273-P050 meets from 10/28/08 to           EXPRESS:
                                                       12/11/08.                                      3493 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH        ELB206
METO-111        Meteorology (3 credits)                Fees: $600.00.                                    MSFT-282-P050 meets from 9/09/08 to
This course is designed as an introduction to                                                            10/16/08.
the study of weather, climate and the atmos-                                                             Fees: $600.00.
phere. Topics will include solar and terrestrial    MSFT-278         Plan, Main MS Server 03
radiation, temperature and humidity, cloud for-                      Ntwk Infrastruc
mation, air pressure and winds, circulation and                      (3 credits)
weather patterns, tornadoes, hurricanes, air pol-
lution, and climatic change.                        This course provides students with the knowl-
                                                    edge and skills necessary to plan and maintain
DAY:
4053 501     11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF         A116    a Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure.
                                                       PRQ: MSFT-277
ONLINE:
4950 N590                                           EXPRESS:
   A basic understanding of and access to           3816 P050   6:00PM-10:00PM    MW        ELB206
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability            MSFT-278-P050 meets from 9/08/08 to
                                                       10/15/08.                                                             KEY
   are required. After you have registered, go
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on                Fees: $600.00.                                  COURSE #
   the HCC homepage and click on the link
   “Registered Online Students” for important                                                          ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
   information about your course. This
                                                                                                       The study of impedance networks, network
   course has a required on-campus
                                                                                                       theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
   orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
                                                                                                       plications of capacitors and inductors.
   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
                                                                                                         PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   and room TBA.                                                                                       2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                       2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh        L123

                                                                                                       INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                                                                        NO.
                                                                                                                                    DAY(S)
                                                                                                       SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                       For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                          DAY:
     MSFT-283         Design Security for                 3200 701     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH    HVPA160     MUSC-107         American Popular Music
                      Server 03 Network                      Section 701 is for MUSIC MAJORS ONLY                            (3 credits)
                      (3 credits)                            or with permission of the instructor.          This course offers a panoramic view of the his-
                                                          4554   702   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW     HVPA160
     This course provides students with the knowl-        1198   703   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH    HVPA160     tory of American popular music from 1875 to
     edge and skills to design a secure network in-          Fees: $50.00.                                  the present. Upon completion of this course,
     frastructure. Topics include assembling the                                                            the student will be able to identify and discuss
                                                          EVENING:
     design team, modeling threats, and analyzing                                                           each of the following aspects of American pop-
                                                          4599 750     6:30PM-9:20PM     M      HVPA160
     security risks in order to meet business re-                                                           ular music: specific styles and style periods,
                                                             Fees: $50.00.
     quirements for securing computers in a net-                                                            pivotal compositions and composers, ethnic tra-
                                                          WEEKEND:                                          ditions which have been major contributors,
     worked environment. The course encourages            4647 760     9:30AM-12:20PM    S      HVPA160
     decision-making skills through an interactive                                                          song forms and their contribution to style peri-
                                                             Fees: $50.00.                                  od development, influences on American histo-
     tool that simulates real-life scenarios that the
     target audience may encounter. Students are                                                            ry, and vice-versa.
     given the task of collecting the information and     MUSC-101          Music Appreciation              DAY:
     sorting through the details to resolve the given                                                       3202 701     3:30PM-4:50PM      MW       HVPA155
                                                                            (3 credits)                        Fees: $20.00.
     security requirement.
         PRQ: MSFT-215 or MSFT-279                        An introduction to the basic concepts of music       Tuition waiver available for CustomClass
                                                          through directed listening and discussion.           option.
     EXPRESS:
     3500 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH        ELB204    DAY:
                                                          4566 701     11:00AM-12:20PM   MW     HVPA145
        MSFT-283-P050 meets from 10/28/08 from                                                              MUSC-108         African-American Music
                                                          4600 702     11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH    HVPA145
        12/11/08.
                                                             Fees: $30.00.                                                   (3 credits)
        Fees: $600.00.
                                                          EVENING:                                          This course will examine the heritage of
                                                          4666 750     6:30PM-9:20PM     TH     HVPA155
                                                                                                            African-American music from the colonial era
     MSFT-299         Fundamentals and                       Fees: $30.00.                                  through the jazz age to the present. Upon com-
                      Practice for Network+               WEEKEND:                                          pletion of this course, the student will be able
                                                          1559 760     12:30PM-3:20PM    S      HVPA155     to identify the characteristic elements of African
                      Certification (3 credits)              Fees: $30.00.                                  music, trace the development of the major id-
     This course is designed to give students the         ONLINE:                                           ioms such as religious and ragtime music, and
     knowledge and experience to install and con-         6052 N630                                         articulate the role of African-American music in
     figure the TCP/IP client, and design, install, and   2009 N631                                         ritual and ceremony, as transmitter of culture
     configure computer networks.                            A basic understanding of and access to         and as a social and political tool.
         PRQ: CMSY-134, CMSY-142 and CMSY-143                the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                                                                            EVENING:
         or CMSY-219                                         are required. After you have registered for    6102 750     6:30PM-9:20PM      W        HVPA155
     EXPRESS:                                                this course, go to the HCC homepage and           Fees: $20.00.
     3505 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     MW         ELB319       click on the link for Distance Learning.          Tuition waiver available for CustomClass
        MSFT-299-P050 meets from 9/08/08 to                  Please read the information under the             option.
        10/15/08.                                            heading “Checklist for Registered Online
        Fees: $300.00.                                       Students.”
                                                             Fees: $30.00.                                  MUSC-110         Music Theory,
                                                          HONORS:                                                            Musicianship and
     MUSIC                                                3045 H701 11:00AM-12:20PM
                                                             Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                         MW     HVPA145
                                                                                                                             Keyboard Skills I
                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                             (4 credits)
     Tuition waiver not available for                     4634 M751 6:30PM-9:30PM        M         LCTBA    MUSC-110 students must also register for
     CustomClass option for music                            Fees: $30.00.                                  a MUSC-110L lab. Music Theory I is the first
     classes unless otherwise noted.                         Tuition waiver available for CustomClass       of a four-semester sequence of music theory
                                                             option.                                        courses required of all music majors. It offers
                                                                                                            an integrated approach to the study of musical
                                                                                                            structure that combines written work, ear-train-
     Music Lectures/Theory                                MUSC-101H Music Appreciation -                    ing, keyboard skills, and sight singing. After a
                                                                    HONORS                                  very brief review of notation, rhythm, major and
     MUSC-100         Fundamentals of Music               This Honors option provides high achieving stu-   minor scales, and key signatures, the student
                                                          dents the opportunity to explore music through    will develop knowledge and understanding of
                      (3 credits)                         performances in more detail. Students will be     the following: a basic introduction to harmony
     Primary concepts of note reading, rhythm,            expected to attend more concerts and learn        including intervals, chords and their inversions;
     scales, key signatures and intervals will be stud-   how to critique them more fully and will occa-    non-harmonic tones, the writing of four-part har-
     ied. This is an introduction to beginning con-       sionally meet separately with the teacher.        mony; and sight reading, melodic, harmonic,
     cepts of Music Theory.                               DAY:                                              and rhythmic structures, and musical form in
                                                          3045 H701 11:00AM-12:20PM      MW     HVPA145     melody, as well as the appropriate functional
                                                             Fees: $30.00                                   keyboard skills. Co-requisite: MUSC-110L.
                                                                                                            DAY:
                                                                                                            3277 701     8:00AM-9:50AM      MW       HVPA160
                                                                                                            8305 702     10:00AM-11:50AM    MW       HVPA160
                                                                                                               Fees: $50.00.



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                                                    EVENING:                                             chord structures, major, melodic minor, dimin-
MUSC-110L Music Theory,                             3325 750     6:30PM-9:20PM      T        HVPA160     ished, and whole tone harmonic structure,
          Musicianship and                             Fees: $50.00.                                     slash chords, harmonic and melodic analysis,
          Keyboard Skills I Lab                                                                          blues forms, and re-harmonization.
                                                                                                             PRQ: MUSC-111
          (0 credits)                               MUSC-122          Jazz Improvisation I
                                                                                                         DAY:
MUSC-110L students must also register                                 (2 credits)                        1631 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH        HVPA160
for a MUSC-110 lecture class.                       This course offers a step by step approach to           Fees: $50.00.
DAY:                                                the art and science of jazz improvisation by fo-
1560 701     8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH    HVPA160A     cusing on the basic elements of music: sound,
1561 702     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH    HVPA160A     rhythm, melody, harmony, and form. The stu-          MUSC-161        Introduction to Music
1562 703     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH    HVPA160A     dent will learn how to create and develop mu-                        Therapy and Practice-
                                                    sical ideas and play them in a jazz style. The                       Part I (2 credits)
MUSC-116        Musicianship for the                course will include basic ear training exercises
                                                    as well as some transcription of jazz solos.         Introduction to Music Therapy and Practice (a
                Musical Theater                     The student will develop a greater awareness of      two-semester course) is designed to teach the
                (3 credits)                         musical style and structure through the use of       student about music therapy as a profession. In-
                                                    a variety of listening exercises. The student        troduction to Music Therapy - Part I (MUSC-
Musicianship for the Musical Theater is a one                                                            161) is an overview of music therapy; a history
semester course required of all Music Theater       must be able to read music and possess basic
                                                    technical proficiency on his/her instrument.         of music therapy; using music as a treatment
Majors. It is an intensive approach to teaching                                                          tool; assessment tools; and planning therapeu-
students the aural skills that enable them to       DAY:                                                 tic activities; documenting and evaluating treat-
sing music at sight, a process that usually takes   3313 701     1:00PM-1:50PM      MW       HVPA140
                                                                                                         ment programs; the music therapy treatment
place over a period of four semesters in a tra-        Fees: $20.00.
                                                                                                         process; and research in music therapy. Stu-
ditional music program. As such, students in                                                             dents will begin a Music Therapy Professional
this class must be able to read music, as it                                                             Portfolio.
does not include the fundamentals of music
                                                    MUSC-123          Jazz Improvisation II
                                                                      (2 credits)                        EVENING:
reading. After a brief review of musical nota-                                                           3449 750     5:30PM-6:50PM      TTH        HVPA150
tion, the student will learn solfege and its ap-    This course is a continuation of Jazz Improvi-          Fees: $30.00.
plications through standard ear training            sation I. The student will learn how to impro-
exercises, then progress to literature from op-     vise in various jazz styles over standard chord
eretta and musical theater through the mid          progressions. The course will include ear train-     MUSC-185        Instrumental Techniques-
1900s. After these basic skills are developed,      ing exercises and transcription of jazz solos of                     Brass (2 credits)
more difficult musical theater literature from      different styles. The student will develop a
1950 through the present will be studied. Ex-       greater awareness and understanding of multi-        This course introduces students to the brass in-
posure to Musical Theater repertoire and learn-     ple jazz styles through a variety of listening and   strument family. Students will learn about the
ing music without assistance will be stressed.      performance exercises.                               instruments’ historical and acoustical back-
    PRQ: It is strongly recommended that stu-           PRQ: MUSC-122                                    ground as well as how to play each instrument.
    dents possess basic music reading skills                                                             Basic concepts of teaching, methods and sug-
                                                    DAY:                                                 gested materials for use, and techniques of in-
    equivalent to MUSC-100, Fundamentals of         1608 701     2:00PM-2:50PM      MW       HVPA140
    Music.                                                                                               dividual and classroom instruction will also be
                                                       Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                         introduced. Students should possess musician-
DAY:
3067 701     11:00AM-11:50AM    MW     HVPA160A
                                                                                                         ship skills and proficiency on one or more in-
   Fees: $40.00.                                    MUSC-126          Lyric Diction I - Italian-         struments/voice.
                                                                      Latin (2 credits)                  DAY:
                                                                                                         3064 701     11:00AM-11:50AM    TTH        HVPA150
MUSC-121        Introduction to Music               The first in a series of courses designed for           Fees: $20.00.
                                                    singers and choral conductors who wish to im-
                Technology (2 credits)              prove their linguistic skills and knowledge of
This course is an introduction to the terminol-     languages, as applied through the use of the In-
ogy, concepts, and basic skills needed to work      ternational Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), as well as
with computer-based music applications and          expanding their knowledge of standard vocal
basic MIDI (synthesizer) technology used in                                                                                     KEY
                                                    repertoire.
core music classes. The order in which these        DAY:                                                  COURSE #
projects are presented is intended to corre-        3315 701     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH      HVPA150
spond to curricula in the music department, al-        Fees: $20.00.                                      ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
though non-music major students may enroll in
this class. The course is also designed to give                                                           The study of impedance networks, network
students a background that will allow them to       MUSC-158          Jazz Theory (3 credits)             theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
more easily incorporate additional technology                                                             plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                    Jazz Theory is a one-semester course required           PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
which they will find in the world of music and      of all students seeking a Certificate of Profi-       2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
music education. It is strongly recommended         ciency in Music Performance-Jazz Studies and          2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
that students take this class during their first    suggested for those students interested in Jazz
semester of matriculation into the music cur-       Theory. It continues the integrated approach to       INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
riculum.                                            musical structure that combines written work,          NO.
DAY:                                                ear training, keyboard skills, and sight singing                                    DAY(S)
1612 701     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH     HVPA160                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                    that was established in Music Theory I and II.
   Fees: $50.00.                                    Selected topics include the study of typical jazz     For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                         Music Theory sequence required of music ma-          DAY:
     MUSC-197        Pre-Professional                    jors, Theory III builds on the concepts of analy-    4569 701     12:00PM-12:50PM   MW     HVPA160A
                     Experience I (2 credits)            sis and, writing studied in MUSC-111. The               Fees: $20.00.
     This course will serve as an orientation to the     student will develop knowledge and under-            EVENING:
     role of the music teacher in the school and         standing of advanced tonal analysis, altered         1565 750     6:30PM-8:20PM     TH     HVPA160A
     community. It will aim to provide an introduc-      non-harmonic tones and secondary dominants,             Fees: $20.00.
     tion to music teaching for general music teach-     augmented and Neapolitan sixth chords, foreign
     ers and music specialists. It equips students       modulations and extended chords. The study
                                                         of form will be continued through chosen ex-         MUSC-195        Class Guitar I (2 credits)
     with musical skills and a range of learning ex-
     periences and teaching strategies for use in the    amples. All facets of ear training, sight singing,   Development of functional basic guitar skills
     classroom. Students will be introduced to both      and keyboard skills will be continued.               and techniques for beginners.
     theoretical and practical aspects of music and          PRQ: MUSC-111 Co-requisite: MUSC-210L            DAY:
     to music curriculum practices and procedures.       DAY:                                                 3215 701     11:00AM-11:50AM   MW      HVPA140
     On-site school visits at elementary, middle and     3291 701     12:00PM-1:50PM     MW       HVPA160        Fees: $20.00.
     high school levels form the basis for discussion       Fees: $50.00.                                     WEEKEND:
     and exploration of all facets of the music edu-                                                          1596 760     11:00AM-12:50PM   S       HVPA140
     cation profession.                                                                                          Fees: $20.00.
                                                         MUSC-210L Music Theory,
     DAY:
     3063 701     TBA                TBA                           Musicianship and
                                                                                                              MUSC-196        Class Guitar II (2 credits)
        Fees: $20.00.                                              Keyboard Skills III Lab
                                                                                                              Continuation of development of basic guitar
                                                                   (0 credits)                                technique.
     MUSC-202        Music Literature in                 MUSC-210L students must also register                    PRQ: MUSC-195
                     Context I (3 credits)               for a MUSC-210 lecture class.                        DAY:
                                                         DAY:                                                 3216 701     11:00AM-11:50AM   MW      HVPA140
     This course will blend both theoretical analyses
     of specific representative musical masterworks
                                                         1563 701     9:00AM-11:50AM     F        HVPA160        Fees: $20.00.
     with an investigation into the works’ historical                                                         WEEKEND:
     and stylistic context. To this end, there will be                                                        1599 760     11:00AM-12:50PM   S       HVPA140
     1) study of specific historical readings, 2) ana-   Beginner Classes                                        Fees: $20.00.
     lytical and historical study of certain pivotal
     masterworks of music and their composers, 3)
     student analyses of these works with an aim to      MUSC-191         Class Voice I (2 credits)           Ensembles
     understanding their architectural and organic       Development of basic understanding of correct
     lifeblood, how the works functioned within their    singing techniques for beginning vocal students.
     composers’ oeuvre, and their historical context,    DAY:                                                 MUSC-131        Chorus I (1 credit)
     and 4) student presentations of their findings.     1566 701     2:00PM-3:50PM      M      HVPA160A      Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-
          PRQ: MUSC-111                                  1169 750     6:30PM-8:20PM      W      HVPA160A      posure to both traditional and contemporary
     DAY:                                                   Fees: $20.00.                                     styles in its genre. Special attention will be
     4400 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW      HVPA145                                                          given to those musicianship skills which are
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                         crucial to effective ensemble performance.
        Tuition waiver available for CustomClass         MUSC-192         Class Voice II (2 credits)
                                                                                                              DAY:
        option.                                          Continuation of development and use of correct       3068 701     9:45AM-11:15AM    W
                                                         singing techniques.                                     Section 701-Senior Chorus - meets at the
                                                             PRQ: MUSC-191                                       Florence Bain Senior Center
     MUSC-207        Music Therapy                       DAY:                                                 3069   702   12:00PM-12:50PM   MW      HVPA140
                     Techniques (2 credits)              1567 701     2:00PM-3:50PM      M      HVPA160A         (Major Ensemble)
                                                         1168 750     6:30PM-8:20PM      W      HVPA160A         Fees: $20.00.
     This course provides the student with an intro-
     duction to methods and techniques of music             Fees: $20.00.                                     EVENING:
     therapy through lecture and classroom experi-                                                            3070 750     6:30PM-9:20PM     T       HVPA140
     ences. Students will learn basic principles upon    MUSC-193         Class Piano I (2 credits)              (Major Ensemble)
     which music therapy techniques have been de-                                                                Fees: $20.00.
     veloped and practice these techniques in the        Development of functional basic piano skills for
     classroom with their peers.                         beginners.
         PRQ: MUSC-161 and MUSC-162                      DAY:                                                 MUSC-132        Chorus II (1 credit)
                                                         4571 701     12:00PM-12:50PM    MW     HVPA160A      Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-
     EVENING:
     1622 750     5:00PM-6:20PM      MW      HVPA160
                                                            Fees: $20.00.                                     posure to both traditional and contemporary
        Fees: $50.00.                                    EVENING:                                             styles in its genre. Special attention will be
                                                         1564 750     6:30PM-8:20PM      TH     HVPA160A      given to those musicianship skills which are
                                                            Fees: $20.00.                                     crucial to effective ensemble performance.
     MUSC-210        Music Theory,                                                                            DAY:
                     Musicianship and                    MUSC-194         Class Piano II (2 credits)          8263 702     12:00PM-12:50PM   MW      HVPA140
                     Keyboard Skills III                                                                         (Major Ensemble)
                                                         Continuation of development of basic piano              Fees: $20.00.
                     (4 credits)                         skills.
     MUSC-210 students must also register for                PRQ: MUSC-193
     a MUSC-210L lab. Third in the four-semester


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EVENING:                                         DAY:                                               CELLO ENSEMBLE:
8265 750    6:30PM-9:20PM     T       HVPA140    3072 701     1:00PM-3:00PM    T         HVPA140    3077 760   1:00PM-3:00PM        S         HVPA140
   (Major Ensemble)                                 Section 701-Classical Guitar Ensemble I            Section 760-Cello Ensemble I (Ensemble)
   Fees: $20.00.                                 3073   702   1:00PM-3:00PM    TH        HVPA140       Fees: $20.00.
                                                    Section 702-Jazz Guitar Ensemble I              COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA:
                                                    Fees: $20.00.                                   3078 770   7:00PM-10:00PM       M         HVPA140
MUSC-133       Chorus III (1 credit)                                                                   Section 770-Columbia Orchestra I (Major
Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-                                                          Ensemble)
posure to both traditional and contemporary      MUSC-172          Guitar Ensemble II                  Fees: $20.00.
styles in its genre. Special attention will be                     (1 credit)                       CHAMBER ORCHESTRA:
given to those musicianship skills which are     Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-      3079 780   7:00PM-9:00PM        W         HVPA140
crucial to effective ensemble performance.       posure to both traditional and contemporary           Section 780-HCC Chamber Orchestra I
DAY:                                             styles in its genre. Special attention will be        (Ensemble)
8264 702    12:00PM-12:50PM   MW      HVPA140    given to those musicianship skills which are          Fees: $20.00.
   (Major Ensemble)                              crucial to effective ensemble performance.
   Fees: $20.00.                                 DAY:
EVENING:                                         8267 701     1:00PM-3:00PM    T         HVPA140
                                                                                                    MUSC-182        Instrumental Ensembles II
8266 750    6:30PM-9:20PM     T       HVPA140       Section 701-Classical Guitar Ensemble II                        (1 credit)
   (Major Ensemble)                              8269   702   1:00PM-3:00PM    TH        HVPA140    Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-
   Fees: $20.00.                                    Section 702-Jazz Guitar Ensemble II             posure to both traditional and contemporary
                                                    Fees: $20.00.                                   styles in its genre. Special attention will be
MUSC-151       Jazz Ensemble I (1 credit)                                                           given to those musicianship skills which are
                                                 MUSC-173          Guitar Ensemble III              crucial to effective ensemble performance.
This ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-
                                                                                                    SMALL CHAMBER GROUP:
posure to both traditional and contemporary                        (1 credit)                       8271 701
styles in its genre. Special attention will be   Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-         Section 701-Chamber II (Small Chamber
given to those musicianship skills which are     posure to both traditional and contemporary           Ensemble)
crucial to effective ensemble performance.       styles in its genre. Special attention will be        Students enrolling in section 701 should
DAY:                                             given to those musicianship skills which are          contact bmyers@howardcc.edu for
3071 701    2:30PM-5:30PM     F       HVPA140    crucial to effective ensemble performance.            assignment to chamber groups.
   HCC Jazz Ensemble                                                                                   Fees: $20.00.
                                                 DAY:
   Fees: $20.00.                                 8268 701     1:00PM-3:00PM    T         HVPA140    PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE:
                                                    Section 701-Classical Guitar Ensemble III       8273 702    4:30PM-5:30PM       T         HVPA150
                                                 8270   702   1:00PM-3:00PM    TH        HVPA140       Section 702-Percussion Ensemble II
MUSC-152       Jazz Ensemble II                     Section 702-Jazz Guitar Ensemble III               (Ensemble)
               (1 credit)                           Fees: $20.00.                                      Fees: $20.00.
This ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-                                                       COLUMBIA CONCERT BAND:
posure to both traditional and contemporary                                                         8278 750   7:30PM-9:30PM        M
styles in its genre. Special attention will be   MUSC-181          Instrumental Ensembles I
                                                                                                       Section 750-Columbia Concert Band II
given to those musicianship skills which are                       (1 credit)                          (Major Ensemble) This section meets at
crucial to effective ensemble performance.       Each of these offers a performance-oriented ex-       River Hill High School.
DAY:                                             posure to both traditional and contemporary           Fees: $20.00.
1707 701    2:30PM-5:30PM     F       HVPA140    styles in each of their respective genres. Spe-    CELLO ENSEMBLE:
   Fees: $20.00.                                 cial attention will be given to those musician-    8281 760   1:00PM-3:00PM        S         HVPA140
                                                 ship skills which are crucial to effective            Section 760-Cello Ensemble II (Ensemble)
                                                 ensemble performance.                                 Fees: $20.00.
MUSC-153       Jazz Ensemble III
                                                 SMALL CHAMBER GROUP:
               (1 credit)                        3074 701
This ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-       Section 701-Chamber I (Small Chamber
posure to both traditional and contemporary         Ensemble)
styles in its genre. Special attention will be      Students enrolling in section 701 should                              KEY
given to those musicianship skills which are        contact bmyers@howardcc.edu for                  COURSE #
crucial to effective ensemble performance.          assignment to chamber groups.
DAY:                                                Fees: $20.00.                                    ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
1712 701    2:30PM-5:30PM     F       HVPA140    PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE:
                                                 3075 702    4:30PM-5:30PM     T         HVPA150     The study of impedance networks, network
   Fees: $20.00.
                                                    Section 702-Percussion Ensemble I                theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                    (Ensemble)                                       plications of capacitors and inductors.
MUSC-171       Guitar Ensemble I                    Fees: $20.00.                                      PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                     2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
               (1 credit)                        COLUMBIA CONCERT BAND:                              2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-    3076 750   7:30PM-9:30PM      M
posure to both traditional and contemporary         Section 750-Columbia Concert Band I              INDEX         TIME                    LOCATION
styles in its genre. Special attention will be      (Major Ensemble) This section meets at            NO.
                                                    River Hill High School.                                                       DAY(S)
given to those musicianship skills which are                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
crucial to effective ensemble performance.          Fees: $20.00.
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     COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA:
     8284 770   7:00PM-10:00PM     M       HVPA140
                                                      Applied Music                                       PERCUSSION:
                                                                                                          3282 707
        Section 770-Columbia Orchestra II (Major      NOTE: Tuition waiver not available for                 Fees: $125.00.
        Ensemble)                                     CustomClass option for Applied Music                CHAMBER:
        Fees: $20.00.                                 classes. Please consult a music facul-              3295 708
     CHAMBER ORCHESTRA:                               ty member before registering for an                    Fees: $125.00.
     8286 780   7:00PM-9:00PM      W       HVPA140    applied music course.                               JAZZ:
        Section 780-HCC Chamber Orchestra II                                                              3252 709
        (Ensemble)                                                                                           Fees: $125.00.
        Fees: $20.00.                                 MUSC-112          Applied Music - Non-
                                                                        Music Majors (2 credits)          MUSC-117         Applied Music I - Music
     MUSC-183        Instrumental Ensembles           Individual instruction for pre-college or person-                    Majors (2 credits)
                     III (1 credit)                   al enrichment (one-hour lesson per week).           MUSC-117 students must also register for
     Each ensemble offers performance-oriented ex-    PIANO:                                              a MUSC-117L lab. First semester of private
     posure to both traditional and contemporary      3217 701                                            college-level music study. Required for music
     styles in its genre. Special attention will be      Fees: $250.00.                                   major (1 one-hour lesson per week TBA).
     given to those musicianship skills which are     VOICE:                                              PIANO:
     crucial to effective ensemble performance.       3218 702                                            3229 701
     SMALL CHAMBER GROUP:                                Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
     8272 701                                         GUITAR:                                             VOICE:
        Section 701-Chamber III (Small Chamber        3219 703                                            3230 702
        Ensemble)                                        Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
        Students enrolling in section 701 should      WOODWINDS:                                          GUITAR:
        contact bmyers@howardcc.edu for               3220 704                                            3231 703
        assignment to chamber groups.                    Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
        Fees: $20.00.                                 BRASS:                                              WOODWINDS:
     PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE:                             3221 705                                            3232 704
     8277 702    4:30PM-5:30PM     T       HVPA150       Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
        Section 702-Percussion Ensemble III           STRINGS:                                            BRASS:
        (Ensemble)                                    3222 706                                            3233 705
        Fees: $20.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
     COLUMBIA CONCERT BAND:                           PERCUSSION:                                         STRINGS:
     8279 750   7:30PM-9:30PM      M                  3281 707                                            3234 706
        Section 750-Columbia Concert Band III            Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
        (Major Ensemble) This section meets at        CHAMBER:
        River Hill High School.                                                                           PERCUSSION:
                                                      3206 708                                            3280 707
        Fees: $20.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
     CELLO ENSEMBLE:                                  JAZZ:
     8282 760   1:00PM-3:00PM      S       HVPA140                                                        CHAMBER:
                                                      3209 709                                            3210 708
        Section 760-Cello Ensemble III (Ensemble)        Fees: $250.00.                                      Fees: $250.00.
        Fees: $20.00.
                                                                                                          JAZZ:
     COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA:
                                                      MUSC-113          Applied Music - Non-              3296 709
     8285 770   7:00PM-10:00PM     M       HVPA140
                                                                                                             Fees: $250.00.
        Section 770-Columbia Orchestra III (Major                       Music Majors (1 credit)
        Ensemble)
                                                      Individual instruction for pre-college or person-
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                     MUSC-117L Applied Music I-Lab
                                                      al enrichment (one half-hour lesson per week).
     CHAMBER ORCHESTRA:                                                                                             (0 credits)
                                                      PIANO:
     8287 780   7:00PM-9:00PM      W       HVPA140
                                                      3223 701                                            MUSC-117L students must also register
        Section 780-HCC Chamber Orchestra III
                                                         Fees: $125.00.                                   for a MUSC-117 applied music class.
        (Ensemble)
        Fees: $20.00.                                 VOICE:                                              DAY:
                                                      3224 702                                            1860 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F    HVPA130
                                                         Fees: $125.00.
                                                      GUITAR:
                                                      3225 703                                            MUSC-118         Applied Music II - Music
                                                         Fees: $125.00.                                                    Majors (2 credits)
                                                      WOODWINDS:                                          MUSC-118 students must also register for
                                                      3226 704
                                                                                                          a MUSC-118L lab. Second semester of private
                                                         Fees: $125.00.                                   college level study. Required for music major
                                                      BRASS:                                              (1 one-hour lesson per week TBA).
                                                      3227 705
                                                                                                          PIANO:
                                                         Fees: $125.00.                                   3294 701
                                                      STRINGS:                                               Fees: $250.00.
                                                      3228 706
                                                         Fees: $125.00.


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VOICE:                                            JAZZ:
3235 702                                          3299 709                                          MUSC-217         Applied Music III - Music
   Fees: $250.00.                                    Fees: $125.00.                                                  Majors (2 credits)
GUITAR:                                                                                             MUSC-217 students must also register for
3236 703                                                                                            a MUSC-217L lab. Third semester of private
   Fees: $250.00.                                 MUSC-119L Applied Music I-Lab
                                                                                                    college-level music study. Required for music
WOODWINDS:                                                  (0 credits)                             major (1 one-hour lesson per week TBA).
3287 704                                          MUSC-119L students must also register             PIANO:
   Fees: $250.00.                                 for a MUSC-119 applied music class.               3253 701
BRASS:                                            DAY:                                                 Fees: $250.00.
3238 705                                          1909 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F     HVPA130     VOICE:
   Fees: $250.00.                                                                                   3254 702
STRINGS:                                                                                               Fees: $250.00.
3239 706                                          MUSC-120           Applied Music II - Music
                                                                                                    GUITAR:
   Fees: $250.00.                                                    Majors (1 credit)              3255 703
PERCUSSION:                                       MUSC-120 students must also register for             Fees: $250.00.
3284 707                                          a MUSC-120L lab. Second semester of private       WOODWINDS:
   Fees: $250.00.                                 college-level music study (1 one-half hour les-   3256 704
CHAMBER:                                          son per week TBA).                                   Fees: $250.00.
3211 708                                          PIANO:                                            BRASS:
   Fees: $250.00.                                 3246 701                                          3257 705
JAZZ:                                                Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.
3298 709                                          VOICE:                                            STRINGS:
   Fees: $250.00.                                 3247 702                                          3258 706
                                                     Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.
MUSC-118L Applied Music II-Lab                    GUITAR:                                           PERCUSSION:
                                                  3248 703                                          3292 707
          (0 credits)                                Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.
MUSC-118L students must also register             WOODWINDS:                                        CHAMBER:
for a MUSC-118 applied music class.               3249 704                                          3278 708
DAY:                                                 Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.
1861 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F     HVPA130     BRASS:                                            JAZZ:
                                                  3250 705                                          9201 709
                                                     Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $250.00.
MUSC-119         Applied Music I - Music
                                                  STRINGS:
                 Majors (1 credit)                3251 706
MUSC-119 students must also register for             Fees: $125.00.                                 MUSC-217L Applied Music III-Lab
a MUSC-119L lab. First semester of private        PERCUSSION:                                                 (0 credits)
college-level music study (1 one half-hour les-   3286 707                                          MUSC-217L students must also register
son per week TBA).                                   Fees: $125.00.                                 for a MUSC-217 applied music class.
PIANO:                                            CHAMBER:                                          DAY:
3240 701                                          3214 708                                          1870 701      12:00PM-12:50PM    F          HVPA130
   Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $125.00.
VOICE:                                            JAZZ:
3241 702                                          9200 709
   Fees: $125.00.                                    Fees: $125.00.
GUITAR:
3242 703
   Fees: $125.00.                                 MUSC-120L Applied Music II-Lab
WOODWINDS:                                                  (0 credits)                                                     KEY
3243 704                                          MUSC-120L students must also register              COURSE #
   Fees: $125.00.                                 for a MUSC-120 applied music class.
BRASS:                                            DAY:                                               ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
3244 705                                          1862 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F     HVPA130
   Fees: $125.00.                                                                                    The study of impedance networks, network
                                                                                                     theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
STRINGS:
                                                                                                     plications of capacitors and inductors.
3245 706
                                                                                                       PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
   Fees: $125.00.                                                                                    2205 349     6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
PERCUSSION:                                                                                          2206 350     6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
3285 707
   Fees: $125.00.                                                                                    INDEX           TIME                    LOCATION
CHAMBER:                                                                                              NO.
3212 708                                                                                                                            DAY(S)
                                                                                                     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
   Fees: $125.00.
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     MUSC-218         Applied Music IV - Music       MUSC-219          Applied Music III - Music        MUSC-220         Applied Music IV - Music
                      Majors (2 credits)                               Majors (1 credit)                                 Majors (1 credit)
     MUSC-218 students must also register for        MUSC-219 students must also register for           MUSC-220 students must also register for
     a MUSC-218L lab. Fourth semester of private     a MUSC-219L lab. Third semester of private         a MUSC-220L lab. Fourth semester of private
     college-level music study. Required for music   college-level music study. (1 one half-hour les-   college-level music study. (1 one half-hour les-
     major (1 one-hour lesson per week TBA).         son per week TBA).                                 son per week TBA).
     PIANO:                                          PIANO:                                             PIANO:
     3259 701                                        3265 701                                           3271 701
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     VOICE:                                          VOICE:                                             VOICE:
     3260 702                                        3266 702                                           3272 702
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     GUITAR:                                         GUITAR:                                            GUITAR:
     3261 703                                        3267 703                                           3273 703
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     WOODWINDS:                                      WOODWINDS:                                         WOODWINDS:
     3262 704                                        3268 704                                           3274 704
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     BRASS:                                          BRASS:                                             BRASS:
     3263 705                                        3269 705                                           3275 705
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     STRINGS:                                        STRINGS:                                           STRINGS:
     3264 706                                        3270 706                                           3276 706
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     PERCUSSION:                                     PERCUSSION:                                        PERCUSSION:
     3288 707                                        3289 707                                           3290 707
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     CHAMBER:                                        CHAMBER:                                           CHAMBER:
     3279 708                                        3283 708                                           3293 708
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.
     JAZZ:                                           JAZZ:                                              JAZZ:
     9202 709                                        9203 709                                           9204 709
        Fees: $250.00.                                  Fees: $125.00.                                     Fees: $125.00.


     MUSC-218L Applied Music IV-Lab                  MUSC-219L Applied Music III-Lab                    MUSC-220L Applied Music IV-Lab
               (0 credits)                                     (0 credits)                                        (0 credits)
     MUSC-218L students must also register           MUSC-219L students must also register              MUSC-220L students must also register
     for a MUSC-218 applied music class.             for a MUSC-219 applied music class.                for a MUSC-220 applied music class.
     DAY:                                            DAY:                                               DAY:
     1904 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F    HVPA130    1906 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F      HVPA130     1912 701      12:00PM-12:50PM   F      HVPA130




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NURSING                                             NURS-131          Fundamentals of Nursing           NURS-132         Nursing Care of Patients
                                                                      for the Experienced                                With Common Health
NURS-130        Fundamentals of Nursing                               Health Care Provider                               Problems (4 credits)
                (4 credits)                                           (3 credits)                       Building on the knowledge and skills from Fun-
                                                    The student will develop and attain attitudes,      damentals of Nursing, students will further exam-
The student will develop and attain attitudes,
                                                    knowledge and skills, both interpersonal and        ine patient care concepts and nursing
knowledge and skills, both interpersonal and
                                                    psychomotor, which are necessary to assist the      interventions to meet basic patient needs. Through
psychomotor, which are necessary to assist the
                                                    patient in meeting health care needs. The in-       consideration of major categories of patient re-
patient in meeting health care needs. The in-
                                                    fluence of the stress-adaptation process on         sponses to stress, the student will develop com-
fluence of the stress-adaptation process on
                                                    basic needs and nursing care is emphasized.         petencies required to administer safe, technical
basic needs and nursing care is emphasized.
                                                    The student will provide safe nursing care rel-     nursing care to patients in the acute care setting.
The student will provide safe nursing care rel-
                                                    ative to the basic health needs of a patient.           NOTE: Students are required to provide
ative to the basic health needs of a patient. En-
                                                        NOTE: Students are required to provide              their own transportation to and from the
rollment requires formal admission into the
                                                        their own transportation to and from the            varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule
ADN or PN Nursing Program.
                                                        varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule        listed is a representation of one of the pos-
    NOTE: Students are required to provide
                                                        listed is a representation of one of the pos-       sible scheduling options. Students must also
    their own transportation to and from the
                                                        sible scheduling options. Students must also        be available for a clinical schedule that may
    varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule
                                                        be available for a clinical schedule that may       include, but is not limited to extended
    listed is a representation of one of the pos-
                                                        include, but is not limited to extended             hours and/or weekends.
    sible scheduling options. Students must also
                                                        hours and/or weekends.                              NOTE: Additional time is required in the
    be available for a clinical schedule that may
                                                        NOTE: Additional time is required in the            Nursing Campus Labs for practice and eval-
    include, but is not limited to extended
                                                        Nursing Campus Labs for practice and eval-          uation of clinical skills and computer-based
    hours and/or weekends.
                                                        uation of clinical skills and computer-based        simulation activities.
    NOTE: Additional time is required in the
                                                        simulation activities.                              PRQ: NURS-130 or NURS-131, HMDV-200.
    Nursing Campus Labs for practice and eval-
                                                        PRQ: Completion of RENEW program and                PRQ: or CO-REQ: HMDV-200.
    uation of clinical skills and computer-based
    simulation activities.                              formal admission into the Nursing Program       DAY:
    PRQ: for ADN: BIOL-107, BIOL-203., CHEM-            upon completion of designated prerequisites     3370 301     12:00PM-2:20PM      MW           A116
                                                        and specific program requirements.                           8:00AM-12:30PM      TH        ELB100B
    103, MATH-121, 122, 128 or higher. PN:                                                                           8:00AM-9:30AM       F            N220
    BIOL-107, BIOl-203.                                 PRQ: for ADN: BIOL-107, BIOL-203., CHEM-
                                                                                                                     8:00AM-12:30PM      THF
    PRQ: or CO-REQ: BIOL-204, HMDV-200.                 103, MATH-121, 122, 128 or higher. PN:             This RN section of the course runs from
DAY:                                                    BIOL-107, BIOl-203.                                October 12 through December 15, 2008.
3300 301     12:00PM-2:20PM     MW          N220        PRQ: or CO-REQ: BIOL-204, HMDV-200.                Registered nurse students must co-register
             8:00AM-12:30PM     THF                 DAY:                                                   for NURS-130-301, Index 3300. RENEW
             8:00AM-12:30PM     TH       ELB100B    3310 301     12:00PM-2:20PM     MW                     students must co-register for NURS-131-301,
             8:00AM-9:30AM      F           N220                 8:00AM-12:30PM     TH       ELB100B
                                                                                                           Index 3310.
   This RN section of the course runs from                       8:00AM-9:30AM      F           N220
                                                                                                        3371   303   12:00PM-2:20PM      MW           A116
   August 23 through October 11, 2008.                           8:00AM-12:30PM     THF
                                                                                                                     8:00AM-12:30PM      TH        ELB100B
   Students must co-register for NURS-132-301,         This RN section of the course runs from                       8:00AM-9:30AM       F            N220
   Index 3370.                                         August 23 through October 10, 2008.                           8:00AM-12:30PM      THF
3303   303   12:00PM-2:20PM     MW          N220       Students must co-register for NURS-132-301,         This PN section of the course runs from
             8:00AM-12:30PM     THF                    Index, 3370.                                        October 12 through December 15, 2008.
             8:00AM-12:30PM     TH       ELB100B    3311   303   12:00PM-2:20PM     MW          N220       Practical nurse students must co-register
             8:00AM-9:30AM      F           N220                 8:00AM-12:30PM     TH       ELB100B
                                                                                                           for NURS-130-303, Index 3303. RENEW
   This PN section of the course runs from                       8:00AM-9:30AM      F           N220
                                                                 8:00AM-12:30PM     THF                    students must co-register for NURS-131-303,
   August 23 through October 11, 2008.
                                                       This PN section of the course runs from             Index 3311.
   Students must co-register for NURS-132-303,
                                                       August 23 through October 11, 2008.                 Fees: $75.00.
   Index 3371.
   Fees: $75.00.                                       Students must co-register for NURS-132-303,
EVENING:                                               Index 3371.
3350 360     5:30PM-7:50PM      MW          N220       Fees: $75.00.                                                           KEY
             5:30PM-10:00PM     THF      ELB100A    EVENING:
             7:00AM-3:30PM      SSU                                                                      COURSE #
                                                    3360 360     5:30PM-7:50PM      MW          N220
   This RN section of the course runs from                       5:30PM-10:00PM     THF      ELB100A
   August 23 through October 11, 2008.                           7:00AM-3:30PM      SSU                  ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
   Students must co-register for NURS-132-360,         This RN section of the course runs from           The study of impedance networks, network
   Index 3380.                                         August 23 through October 11, 2008.               theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
3352   361   5:30PM-7:50PM      MW          N220       Students must co-register for NURS-132-360,       plications of capacitors and inductors.
             5:30PM-10:00PM     THF      ELB100A       Index 3380.
             7:00AM-3:30PM      SSU                                                                        PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                    3361   361   5:30PM-7:50PM      MW          N220
                                                                                                         2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
   This PN section of the course runs from                       5:30PM-10:00PM     THF      ELB100A
                                                                                                         2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
   August 23 through October 11, 2008.                           7:00AM-3:30PM      SSU
   Students must co-register for NURS-132-361,         This PN section of the course runs from
                                                                                                         INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
   Index 3381.                                         August 23 through October 11, 2008.                NO.
   Fees: $75.00.                                       Students must co-register for NURS-132-361,                                     DAY(S)
                                                       Index 3381.                                       SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                       Fees: $75.00.                                     For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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     EVENING:                                            DAY:                                                DAY:
     3380 360     5:30PM-7:50PM      MW          N220    3364 311      12:00PM-2:20PM    MW          A116    3368 311      12:00PM-3:00PM      MW           ST030
                  5:30PM-10:00PM     THF      ELB100A                  8:00AM-12:30PM    THF                               7:00AM-3:30PM       THF
                  7:00AM-3:30PM      SSU                    This RN section of the course runs from              This RN section of the course runs from
        This RN section of the course runs from             August 23 through October 11, 2008.                  October 12 through December 15, 2008.
        October 12 through December 15, 2008.               Students must co-register for NURS-134-311,          Students must co-register for NURS-133-311,
        Registered Nurse students must co-register          Index 3368.                                          Index 3364.
        for NURS-130-360, Index 3350. RENEW              3366   312    12:00PM-2:20PM    MW          N220    3367   312    12:00PM-3:00PM      MW           ST030
        students must co-register for NURS-131-360,                    8:00AM-12:30PM    THF                               7:00AM-3:30PM       THF
        Index 3360.                                         This RN section of the course runs from              This RN section of the course runs from
     3381   361   5:30PM-7:50PM      MW          N220       October 12 through December 15, 2008.                August 23 through October 11, 2008.
                  5:30PM-10:00PM     THF      ELB100A       Students must co-register for NURS-134-312,          Students must co-register for NURS-133-312,
                  7:00AM-3:30PM      SSU                    Index 3367.                                          Index 3366.
        This PN section of the course runs from             Fees: $75.00.                                        Fees: $75.00.
        October 12 through December 15, 2008.            ACCELERATED NURSING:                                ACCELERATED NURSING:
        Practical nurse students must co-register        3392 X323 12:00PM-2:20PM        MW          A116    3355 X323 12:00PM-3:00PM          MW           ST030
        for NURS-130-361, Index 3352. RENEW                         8:00AM-12:30PM       THF                            7:00AM-3:30PM          THF
        students must co-register for NURS-131-361,         This course runs from August 23 through              This course runs from October 12 through
        Index 3361.                                         October 11, 2008. Students must co-                  December 15, 2008. Students must co-
        Fees: $75.00.                                       register for NURS-134-X323, Index 3355               register for NURS-133-X323, Index 3392
                                                            and NURS-234-X322, Index 3391.                       and NURS-234-X322, Index 3391.
                                                         3354   X324   12:00PM-2:20PM    MW          N220    3393   X324   12:00PM-3:00PM      MW           ST030
     NURS-133        Nursing Care of Patients                          8:00AM-12:30PM    THF                               7:00AM-3:30PM       THF
                     With Complex Health                    This course runs from October 12 through             This course runs from August 23 through
                     Problems I (4 credits)                 December 15, 2008. Students must co-                 October 11, 2008. Students must co-
                                                            register for NURS-134-X324, Index 3393               register for NURS-133-X324, Index 3354
     Building on theoretical knowledge and clinical         and NURS-234-X322, Index 3391.                       and NURS-234-X322, Index 3391.
     competencies from NURS-130 and NURS-132,               Fees: $75.00.                                        Fees: $75.00.
     the student will develop competencies required
     to administer safe, technical nursing care to pa-
     tients experiencing complex health problems.        NURS-134          Family Centered Nursing           NURS-170          Nursing Work Experience
     Utilizing the nursing process and other curricu-                      I (4 credits)                                       (3-4 credits)
     lar structures, the student will examine patient
     responses to stress of immobility, obstruction,     Students are introduced to contemporary per-        Supervised work experience which relates di-
     infection, bleeding, and alteration in perception   spectives of the health care of women and the       rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     and will select general nursing actions to meet     childbearing family. Students will develop com-     must receive prior approval to register for this
     patient needs with an emphasis on caring, cul-      petencies required to administer safe, technical    work experience course. Call the Career Center
     ture, management of care, interpersonal rela-       nursing care to patients with an emphasis on        (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
     tionships, pathophysiology, teaching and            resources, culture, growth and development,             PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     learning, and clinical judgment.                    management of care, nursing trends, communi-            three credits should select Section 350.
         NOTE: Students are required to provide          cation, teaching and learning.                          Those registering for four credits should se-
         their own transportation to and from the            NOTE: Students are required to provide              lect Section 351. Students may still register
         varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule        their own transportation to and from the            after the semester begins.
         listed is a representation of one of the pos-       varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
         sible scheduling options. Students must also        listed is a representation of one of the pos-       better grade point and demonstration of
         be available for a clinical schedule that may       sible scheduling options. Students must also        pre-employment skills. Student placement is
         include, but is not limited to extended             be available for a clinical schedule that may       to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
         hours and/or weekends.                              include, but is not limited to extended             ter (Room RCF302).
         NOTE: Additional time is required in the            hours and/or weekends.                          EVENING:
         Nursing Skills Lab for practice and evalua-         NOTE: Additional time is required in the        5826 350      6:00PM-7:20PM       W          RCF305
         tion of clinical skills. On campus time is          Nursing Skills Lab for practice and evalua-           351     6:00PM-7:20PM       W          RCF305
         also required in the Nursing Study Lab for          tion of clinical skills. On campus time is          Fees: $25.00.
         computer and audio-visual simulations.              also required in the Nursing Study Lab for
         PRQ: NURS-132, BIOL-204, HMDV-200. PRE              computer and audio-visual simulations.
                                                             PRQ: NURS-132, BIOL-204, HMDV-200. CO-          NURS-230          Trends in Nursing
         or CO-REQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101, PSYC-
         101.                                                REQ: ENGL-121 or ENGL-101, and PSYC-                              (1 credit)
                                                             101.                                            This course provides the nursing student with an
                                                                                                             overview of the current trends and issues occur-
                                                                                                             ring in nursing and health care including health
                                                                                                             care financing and economics, the health care de-
                                                                                                             livery system, legal and ethical issues, health poli-
                                                                                                             cy and politics. Students will develop competencies
                                                                                                             required to administer safe, technical nursing care
                                                                                                             to patients with an emphasis on resources, culture,
                                                                                                             management of care, trends, communication, clin-
                                                                                                             ical judgment, and professional behavior. Students




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will be challenged to examine how these issues                                                           EVENING:
and other current events shape nursing practice.     NURS-234           Family Centered Nursing          3312 351     4:30PM-7:30PM      TTH            A118
    PRQ: NURS-133, NURS-134.                                            II (4 credits)                                5:30PM-11:30PM     M
                                                                                                                      7:00AM-3:30PM      S
EVENING:                                             Building on theoretical knowledge and clinical                   8:00AM-9:00AM      S              A118
6095 350     7:30PM-8:25PM      W           ST035    competencies from NURS-134, the student will           This course runs from October 12 through
                                                     gain greater proficiency in caring for patients        December 15, 2008. Students must co-
                                                     within the family unit. Nursing care is most ef-       register for NURS-233-351, Index 3306.
NURS-233         Nursing Care of Patients            fective when it is delivered with the belief that   3305   352   4:30PM-7:30PM      TTH            A118
                 With Complex Health                 the family is the patient. The child is an es-                   7:00AM-3:30PM      S
                 Problems II (4 credits)             sential member of the family unit. The nursing                   5:30PM-11:30PM     M
                                                     process and other curricular structures will help                8:00AM-9:00AM      S              A118
Building on theoretical knowledge and clinical                                                              This course runs from August 23 through
                                                     students examine responses to stress and nurs-
competencies from NURS-133 and NURS-134,                                                                    October 11, 2007. Students must co-
                                                     ing care to meet the needs of the child and
the student will gain greater proficiency in car-                                                           register for NURS-233-352, Index 3308.
                                                     family. Students will develop competencies re-
ing for patients experiencing complex health                                                                Fees: $75.00.
                                                     quired to administer safe, technical nursing
problems. The nursing process and other cur-
                                                     care with an emphasis on growth and devel-
ricular structures will help the help students ex-
                                                     opment, caring, culture, management of care,
amine responses to stress and nursing care to
                                                     interpersonal relationships, communication,
                                                                                                         NURS-235        Nursing Care of Patients
meet the patient’s needs. Students will develop                                                                          in Community And Mental
                                                     health-illness continuum, pathophysiology,
competencies required to administer safe, tech-
nical nursing care to patients with an emphasis
                                                     teaching and learning, and clinical judgment.                       Health Settings
                                                         NOTE: Students are required to provide
on caring, culture, management of care, inter-
                                                         their own transportation to and from the
                                                                                                                         (4 credits)
personal relationships, pathophysiology, teach-                                                          This course will introduce students to psychi-
                                                         varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule
ing and learning, professional behavior, and                                                             atric mental health nursing and community-
                                                         listed is a representation of one of the pos-
clinical judgment.                                                                                       based nursing practice. In addition to caring for
                                                         sible scheduling options. Students must also
    NOTE: Students are required to provide                                                               patients on an in-psychiatric unit, each student
                                                         be available for a clinical schedule that may
    their own transportation to and from the                                                             will be assigned to a 2-day Home Health Care
                                                         include, but is not limited to extended
    varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule                                                         Experience during the clinical rotation, and will
                                                         hours, days, evenings, and/or weekends.
    listed is a representation of one of the pos-                                                        participate in a Service Learning experience.
                                                         NOTE: Additional time is required in the
    sible scheduling options. Students must also                                                             NOTE: The Home Health Care Experience
                                                         Nursing Skills Lab for practice and evalua-
    be available for a clinical schedule that may                                                            for all students is scheduled on Tuesday
                                                         tion of clinical skills. On campus time is
    include, but is not limited to extended                                                                  9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Wednesday 8:00
                                                         also required in the Nursing Study Lab for
    hours and/or weekends.                                                                                   a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Additional time is required
                                                         computer and audio-visual simulations.
    NOTE: Additional time is required in the                                                                 for the Service Learning Health Promotion
                                                         PRQ: NURS-133, NURS-134, PSYC-101. PRQ
    Nursing Skills Lab for practice and evalua-                                                              Project. Students are required to provide
                                                         or CO-REQ: ENGL-122 or ENGL-102 and
    tion of clinical skills. On campus time is                                                               their own transportation to and from clini-
                                                         SOCI-101.
    also required in the Nursing Study Lab for                                                               cal sites and home visits. Carpooling with
    computer and audio-visual simulations.           DAY:
                                                     3309 301      12:00PM-3:00PM    TTH        ST030        peers is not possible during the Home
    PRQ: NURS-133, NURS-134, PSYC-101. PRQ                                                                   Health Care Experience.
                                                                   7:00AM-3:30PM     M
    or CO-REQ: ENGL-122 or ENGL-102, and                           8:00AM-9:00AM     S          ST030        NOTE: The clinical schedule listed is a rep-
    SOCI-101.                                           This course runs from October 12 through             resentation of one of the possible schedul-
DAY:                                                    December 15, 2008. Students must co-                 ing options. Students must also be available
3302 301     9:30AM-2:30PM      F           ST035       register for NURS-233-301, Index 3302.               for a clinical schedule that may include, but
             7:00AM-1:00PM      TW                   3301   302    12:00PM-3:00PM    TTH        ST030        is not limited to extended hours and/or
   This course runs from August 23 through                         7:00AM-3:30PM     M                       weekends.
   October 11, 2008. Students must co-                             8:00AM-9:00AM     S          ST030        PRQ: NURS-233, NURS-234, NURS-230,
   register for NURS-234-301, Index 3309.               This course runs from August 23 through              PSYC-101, SOCI-101. PRQ or CO-REQ: Fine
3304   302   9:30AM-2:30PM      F           ST035       October 11, 2008. Students must co-                  Arts Core.
             7:00AM-1:00PM      TW                      register for NURS-233-302, Index 3304.
   This course runs from October 12 through          3391   X322   9:00AM-4:00PM     W          THR1
   December 15, 2008. Students must co-                            9:00AM-12:00PM    F          N103
   register for NURS-234-302, Index 3301.                          7:00AM-3:00PM     MT                                         KEY
   Fees: $75.00.                                        This course meets from December 15,               COURSE #
EVENING:                                                2008 through January 23, 2009. Students
3306 351     4:30PM-9:30PM      TH           N236       must also register for NURS-133-X323,
             5:30PM-11:30PM     MT                      Index 3392 and NURS-134-X323, Index               ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
             -                                          3355 OR NURS-134-X324, Index 3393 and             The study of impedance networks, network
   This course runs from August 23 through              NURS-133-X324, Index 3354.                        theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
   October 11, 2008. Students must co-                  Fees: $75.00.                                     plications of capacitors and inductors.
   register for NURS-234-351, Index 3312.                                                                   PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
3308   352   4:30PM-9:30PM      TH           N236                                                         2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
             5:30PM-11:30PM     MT                                                                        2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
   This course runs from October 12 through
   December 15, 2008. Students must co-                                                                   INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
   register for NURS-234-352, Index 3305.                                                                  NO.
   Fees: $75.00.                                                                                                                       DAY(S)
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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      DAY:                                                   You may do all of the work for this
      2325 311     9:30AM-2:30PM      F        ELB100B       course at home (except tests) if you have        OFFI-104        Data Entry (1 credit)
                   7:00AM-1:00PM      TW                     a comparable calculator. You must come           After successful completion of this course, the
         This course runs from August 23 through             to the college periodically (during the          student will be able to input data in real-world
         October 11, 2008. Students must co-                 days and hours listed below) to take tests       applications while building alphanumeric key-
         register for NURS-236-311, Index 2330.              that have deadlines for completion. During       boarding speed and accuracy. The student
      2329   312   9:30AM-2:30PM      F        ELB100B       the times below, an instructor will be           should have a minimum typing speed of 30
                   7:00AM-1:00PM      TW
                                                             available to help you one-on-one. This           words a minute before starting this course.
         This course runs from October 12 through
                                                             course requires about 40-50 hours to             OPEN ENTRY:
         December 15, 2008. Students must co-
                                                             complete.                                        5584 001    -                             ELB301
         register for NURS-236-312, Index 2331.
                                                             Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                  This class is offered on an open-entry
         Fees: $75.00.
                                                             Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       basis, which means that you may attend
                                                             Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               class any of the days and times listed
      NURS-236        Advanced Concepts in                   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00         below. You may vary your hours from
                                                             to 8:50                                             week to week, attend class as often as
                      Nursing (4 credits)                    Friday 8 to 12                                      you wish, and finish this course early.
      At the completion of this course, students will        Fees: $10.00.                                       You may do all of the work for this
      have developed competencies required to ad-                                                                course at home(except graded speed and
      minister safe, technical nursing care to patients                                                          accuracy tests)if you purchase the
      with an emphasis on resources, culture, man-        OFFI-102         Editing Skills (3 credits)            keyboarding software. You must come to
      agement of care, trends, communication, patho-      After successful completion of this course, the        the college periodically (during the days
      physiology, professional behavior, and clinical     student will improve his or her proofreading           and hours listed below) to take supervised
      judgment. Students will demonstrate their abili-    and spelling skills and develop a business vo-         timed writings. During the times below, an
      ty to competently care for a small group of pa-     cabulary. This will include learning proofread-        instructor will be available to help you
      tients and will have the opportunity to develop     ing techniques and capitalization, grammar,            one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
      leadership skills within the healthcare environ-    punctuation, spelling, and word usage princi-          50 hours to complete.
      ment through theoretical study and clinical ap-     ples. An intensive study of spelling rules is in-      Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
      plication of knowledge.                             cluded. This course does not take the place            Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
          NOTE: Students are required to provide          of an English course; it is a review (brush-up)        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
          their own transportation to and from the        of previously acquired skills.                         Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
          varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule        PRQ: OFFI-177                                      to 8:50
          listed is a representation of one of the pos-   OPEN ENTRY:                                            Friday 8 to 12
          sible scheduling options. Students must also    4108 001    -                             ELB301       Fees: $20.00.
          be available for a clinical schedule that may      This class is offered on an open-entry
          include, but is not limited to extended            basis, which means that you may attend
          hours and/or weekends.                             class any of the days and times listed           OFFI-177        Grammar for Your Job
          PRQ: NURS-233 and NURS-234. PRQ or CO-             below. You may vary your hours from                              (2 credits)
          REQ: NURS-230.                                     week to week, attend class as often as           After successful completion of this course, the
      DAY:                                                   you wish, and finish this course early.          student will be able to use the principles of
      2330 311     9:30AM-2:30PM      F         ELB202       You may do all of the work for this              English grammar in both spoken and written
                   7:00AM-1:00PM      TW                     course at home (except tests). You must          communications.
         This course runs from October 12 through            come to the college periodically (during
         December 15, 2008. Students must co-                                                                 EVENING:
                                                             the days and hours listed below) to take         1986 050     6:45PM-9:15PM      T            TA4
         register for NURS-235-311, Index 2325.              written tests that have deadlines for
      2331   312   9:30AM-2:30PM      F         ELB202                                                           Fees include the textbook. This class
                                                             completion. During the times below, an              meets for 10 weeks from 9/09/08 to
                   7:00AM-1:00PM      TW
                                                             instructor will be available to help you            11/11/08. The final exam will be
         This course runs from August 23 through
                                                             one-on-one. This course requires about              completed by November 17. All tests and
         October 11, 2008. Students must co-
                                                             120-150 hours to complete.                          the final exam are taken in the Test
         register for NURS-235-312, Index 2329.
                                                             Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                  Center outside of class hours.
         Fees: $75.00.
                                                             Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       Fees: $90.00.
                                                             Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                             Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
      OFFICE TECHNOLOGY                                      to 8:50
                                                             Friday 8 to 12
                                                                                                              OFFI-201        Office Technology Work
                                                                                                                              Experience (3-4 credits)
                                                          ONLINE:
      OFFI-100        Office Machines                     1963 N090 -                                         Supervised work experience which relates di-
                      (1 credit)                             Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy          rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                             Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;        must receive prior approval to register for this
      Use an electronic calculator to solve business                                                          work experience course. Call the Career Center
      math problems.                                         include your name, the semester, the
                                                             course and section. You will receive             (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
      OPEN ENTRY:                                                                                                 PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
      1407 001    -                             ELB301
                                                             specific course instructions from her the
                                                             week clases start.                                   three credits should select Section 050.
         This class is offered on an open-entry                                                                   Those registering for four credits should se-
         basis, which means that you may attend              Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                  lect Section 051. Students may still register
         class any of the days and times listed                                                                   after the semester begins.
         below. You may vary your hours from
         week to week, attend class as often as
         you wish, and finish this course early.


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   PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or         OPEN ENTRY:
   better grade point and demonstration of          4105 001    -                           ELB301    OFFI-280        Legal Terminology and
   pre-employment skills. Student placement is         This class is offered on an open-entry                         Transcription (3 credits)
   to be coordinated through the Career Cen-           basis, which means that you may attend         After successful completion of this course, the
   ter (Room RCF-302).                                 class any of the days and times listed         student will be able to transcribe legal material
EVENING:                                               below. You may vary your hours from            from prerecorded dictation while obtaining an
5820 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305       week to week, attend class as often as         overview of legal procedures and acquiring an
5821 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305       you wish, and finish this course early.        in-depth knowledge of terminology.
   Fees: $25.00.                                       You may do all of the work for this                PRQ: OFFI-281
                                                       course at home (except tests). You must
                                                       come to the college periodically (during       OPEN ENTRY:
OFFI-270        Medical Transcription                                                                 4138 001    -                              ELB301
                                                       the days and hours listed below) to take
                                                                                                         This class is offered on an open-entry
                Techniques (3 credits)                 written tests that have deadlines for
                                                                                                         basis, which means that you may attend
                                                       completion. During the times below, an
After successful completion of this course, the                                                          class any of the days and times listed
                                                       instructor will be available to help you
student will be able to apply the fundamentals                                                           below. You may vary your hours from
                                                       one-on-one. This course requires about
of medical transcription including document                                                              week to week, attend class as often as
                                                       120-150 hours to complete.
formats and grammar and punctuation rules                                                                you wish, and finish this course early.
                                                       Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
when transcribing letters, chart notes, emer-                                                            You must attend class to use the
                                                       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
gency room notes, history and physical exams,                                                            transcription tapes; however, you may do
                                                       Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
and operative and specialty reports.                                                                     the editing of transcribed material at
                                                       Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
    PRQ: CMSY-102 and OFFI-290                                                                           home. You must come to the college
                                                       to 8:50
OPEN ENTRY:                                                                                              periodically (during the days and hours
                                                       Friday 8 to 12
4694 001    -                             ELB301                                                         listed below) to take both written and
                                                       Fees: $20.00.
   This class is offered on an open-entry                                                                computer tests, which have deadlines for
   basis, which means that you may attend                                                                completion. During the times below, an
   class any of the days and times listed           OFFI-279            Keyboarding (1 credit)           instructor will be available to help you
   below. You may vary your hours from                                                                   one-on-one. This course requires about
                                                    After successful completion of this course, the
   week to week, attend class as often as                                                                120-150 hours to complete.
                                                    student will be able to touch type and use cor-
   you wish, and finish this course early.                                                               Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                    rect keyboard technique. Speed and accuracy
   You must attend class to use the                                                                      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                    development are stressed.
   transcription tapes; however, you may do                                                              Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
   the editing of transcribed material at           OPEN ENTRY:                                          Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
                                                    4134 001    -                           ELB301
   home. You must come to the college                                                                    to 8:50
                                                       This class is offered on an open-entry            Friday 8 to 12
   periodically (during the days and hours
                                                       basis, which means that you may attend            Fees: $20.00.
   listed below) to take both written and
                                                       class any of the days and times listed
   computer tests, which have deadlines for
                                                       below. You may vary your hours from
   completion. During the times below, an
                                                       week to week, attend class as often as
   instructor will be available to help you
                                                       you wish, and finish this course early.
   one-on-one. This course requires about
                                                       You may do all of the work for this
   120-150 hours to complete.
                                                       course at home(except graded speed and
   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                       accuracy tests)if you purchase the
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                       keyboarding software. You must come to
   Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                       the college periodically (during the days
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
                                                       and hours listed below) to take supervised
   to 8:50
                                                       timed writings. During the times below, an
   Friday 8 to 12
                                                       instructor will be available to help you
   Fees: $20.00.
                                                       one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
                                                       50 hours to complete.
OFFI-275        Office Simulation                      Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                (3 credits)                            Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
                                                                                                                             KEY
After successful completion of this course, the        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00     COURSE #
student will be able to use Word, Excel, Ac-           to 8:50
cess, and Power Point to complete office sim-          Friday 8 to 12
ulation projects. This will include setting
                                                                                                       ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
                                                       Fees: $20.00.
priorities, organizing tasks, problem solving and                                                      The study of impedance networks, network
                                                    ONLINE:
researching on the Web. In addition, general                                                           theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                    1964 N090 -
office procedures are included.                                                                        plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                       Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy
    PRQ: CMSY-101, CMSY-103, CMSY-104,                                                                   PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                       Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;       2205 349    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
    CMSY-116, and CMSY-126.                            include your name, the semester, the            2206 350    6:30-7:25PM       TTh         L123
                                                       course and section. You will receive
                                                       specific course instructions from her the       INDEX          TIME                   LOCATION
                                                       week clases start.                               NO.
                                                       Fees: $10.00.                                                                DAY(S)
                                                                                                       SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                       For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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                                                             Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               OPEN ENTRY:
      OFFI-281        Legal Document                         Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    4160 001    -                           ELB301
                      Preparation (2 credits)                Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               This class is offered on an open-entry
      Learn how to format legal documents while de-          Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00         basis, which means that you may attend
      veloping a legal vocabulary.                           to 8:50                                             class any of the days and times listed
          PRQ: CMSY-104                                      Friday 8 to 12                                      below. You may vary your hours from
                                                          ONLINE:                                                week to week, attend class as often as
      OPEN ENTRY:                                                                                                you wish, and finish this course early.
      4141 001    -                             ELB301    1962 N990 -
                                                             A basic understanding of and access to              You must attend class to use the
         This class is offered on an open-entry
                                                             the Internet and WWW browsing capability            transcription tapes; however, you may do
         basis, which means that you may attend
                                                             are required. After you have registered for         the editing of transcribed material at
         class any of the days and times listed
                                                             this course, go to the HCC homepage and             home. There are no tests in this course;
         below. You may vary your hours from
                                                             click on the link for Distance Learning.            however, there are assignments that have
         week to week, attend class as often as
                                                             Please read the information under the               deadline dates. During the times below,
         you wish, and finish this course early.
                                                             heading “Registered Online Students.”               an instructor will be available to help you
         You may do all of the work for this
                                                             Fees: $20.00.                                       one-on-one. This course requires about 80-
         course at home (except tests). You must
                                                                                                                 90 hours to complete.
         come to the college periodically (during
                                                                                                                 Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
         the days and hours listed below) to take         OFFI-293         Beginning Medical                     Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
         both written and computer tests that have
                                                                           Transcription (3 credits)             Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
         deadlines for completion. During the times
                                                                                                                 Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
         below, an instructor will be available to        After successful completion of this course, the        to 8:50
         help you one-on-one. This course requires        student will be able to transcribe medical re-         Friday 8 to 12
         about 80-90 hours to complete.                   ports from prerecorded, dictated material.             Fees: $20.00.
         Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50                   PRQ: OFFI-270.
         Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    OPEN ENTRY:
         Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50
         Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00
         to 8:50
                                                          4156 001    -
                                                             This class is offered on an open-entry
                                                                                                    ELB301
                                                                                                              PHILOSOPHY
                                                             basis, which means that you may attend
         Friday 8 to 12                                      class any of the days and times listed
         Fees: $20.00.                                       below. You may vary your hours from
                                                                                                              PHIL-101        Introduction to
      ONLINE:                                                week to week, attend class as often as                           Philosophy (3 credits)
      4109 N990 -                                            you wish, and finish this course early.          An introduction to world philosophy which be-
         Immediately after enrolling, send Cathy             You must attend class to use the                 gins with the western tradition and includes
         Sutton an e-mail at csutton@howardcc.edu;           transcription tapes; however, you may do         Asian and African philosophies as well as the
         include your name, the semester, the                the editing of transcribed material at           voices of women philosophers and the peoples
         course and section. You will receive                home. You must come to the college               of the Americas. Focus is on major theories of
         specific course instructions from her the           periodically (during the days and hours          reality (metaphysics), knowledge (epistemolo-
         week clases start.                                  listed below) to take both written and           gy), value (axiology), and logic.
         Fees: $20.00.                                       computer tests, which have deadlines for             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                                                             completion. During the times below, an           DAY:
                                                             instructor will be available to help you         3400 701    3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH         N115
      OFFI-290        Medical Terminology                    one-on-one. This course requires about           3404 702    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW        ELB308
                      (2 credits)                            120-150 hours to complete.                       3444 703    3:30PM-4:50PM     MW          A117
      After successful completion of this course, the        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50               EVENING:
      student will be able to spell and define med-          Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    3401 750    7:30PM-10:20PM    M           TA4
      ical prefixes, suffixes, and terminology peculiar      Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 7:00 to 8:50            ONLINE:
      to various medical specialities.                       Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 7:00      6026 W630 6:00PM-8:00PM       F     HVPA200A
                                                             to 8:50                                             This online course incorporates the video
      OPEN ENTRY:
      4150 001    -                             ELB301
                                                             Friday 8 to 12                                      and print materials of a professionally
         This class is offered on an open-entry              Fees: $20.00.                                       produced telecourse. Course videos are
         basis, which means that you may attend                                                                  cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
         class any of the days and times listed           OFFI-297         Advanced Medical                      videostreamed from the HCC library
         below. You may vary your hours from                                                                     homepage to individual student computers.
         week to week, attend class as often as                            Transcription (3 credits)             Tape rental is also available. After you
         you wish, and finish this course early.          After successful completion of this course, the        have registered, go to the Distance
         You may do all of the work for this              student will be able to transcribe medical re-         Learning Homepage on the HCC
         course at home (except tests). You must          ports from prerecorded, dictated material that is      homepage and click on the link
         come to the college periodically (during         more rigorous and covers more medical spe-             “Registered Online Students” for important
         the days and hours listed below) to take         cialties and reports than the dictation in OFFI-       information about your course. This
         written tests that have deadlines for            293 Beginning Medical Transcription.                   section has required on-campus sessions
         completion. During the times below, an               PRQ: OFFI-293                                      on Friday, 6-8 p.m. August 29, October 3,
         instructor will be available to help you                                                                November 7, December 5, RM HVPA
         one-on-one. This course requires about 80-                                                              200A. TV lessons begin airing before the
         90 hours to complete.                                                                                   first class meeting. Call 410-772-4440 for
                                                                                                                 schedule.
                                                                                                                 Fees: $45.00.



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HONORS:                                                                                                        lems, personal problems, and social problems.
3495 H703 9:30AM-10:50AM           TTH           A116    PHIL-111          Introduction to Japanese            Primary and secondary sources will be used
    Students eligible for honors courses may                               Zen Buddhism (1 credit)             from newspapers, books, television, and other
    enroll only with permission of the                   An interdisciplinary introduction to Japanese         media.
    instructor or the director of the honors             Zen Buddhism, using the methods and cate-                PRQ: ENGL-121
    program. Call 410-772-4946 for more                  gories of philosophy but including the historical     DAY:
    information.                                         and cultural milieu of Japan, Zen painting,           3408 701     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH           N115
    Fees: $30.00.                                        haiku, and sand gardens, and ancient, me-                Fees: $15.00.
HONORS ROUSE:                                            dieval, and modern Zen wisdom texts from
3496 R704 9:30AM-10:50AM           TTH           A116    around the world.
    Section R704 is only available to Rouse
    Scholars.
                                                         DAY:
                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121               PHOTONICS
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                   2108 701     9:00AM-11:50AM      F        HVPA140
3399 M751 6:30PM-9:30PM            W           LCTBA        This section meets for 5 Fridays, August           PHOT-901         Photonics Applications
2888 M960 6:00PM-10:30PM           F           LCTBA
                                                            29 to September 26, 2008.                                           (3 credits)
           8:15AM-5:30PM           S
                                                            Fees: $10.00
    Class meets Oct. 10-11, 24-25, and Nov. 7-                                                                 Photonics Applications explores the fundamen-
    8 2008.                                              EVENING:                                              tals of photonics theory including concepts, ap-
2450   M752 6:00PM-7:15PM          TTH         LCTBA     4608 750     7:30PM-10:20PM      W          ELB217
                                                                                                               plications in the workplace, and career
                                                            This section meets for 5 Wednesdays,
                                                                                                               opportunities. Photonics is defined as the con-
                                                            August 27 to September 24, 2008.
PHIL-102          Introduction to Logic                                                                        trolled flow of light particles (photons) used in
                                                            Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                               the generation, manipulation, transport, detec-
                  (3 credits)                                                                                  tion, and use of light information and energy.
An introduction to both the practice and study of        PHIL-141          Philosphy & Practice of             This course will explore the production and na-
reason. Taking the essence of reason to be argu-                                                               ture of light including: the laws of reflection and
                                                                           Yoga (3 credits)                    refraction, theory of mage formation, principles
ment–a set of premises supporting a conclusion–the
basic notions of validity, truth, soundness, strength    This introductory course in Yogic philosophy is       of wave optics (including interference, diffrac-
and cogency will be studied and applied to ordi-         unique in that it interweaves the intellectual and    tion and polarization), fundamentals of fiber
nary language, culminating in a survey of what are       the experiential so that the ancient yet timely       optic theory, principles of lasers and laser safe-
know as informal fallacies. Two elements of formal       truths and principles of Yoga are studied, ex-        ty, and the basics of holography with image pro-
symbolic logic will then be studied and practiced:       plored, and practiced through Yoga postures,          cessing. Concepts will be reinforced through
categorical syllogism (Aristotelian and Boolean) and     breath, awareness, reflection, writing, discus-       demonstrations, classroom activities, and take-
propositional logic (not including predicate logic).     sion, meditation, and action.                         home lab and written exercises. Throughout the
These elements have a distinctly mathematical feel;          Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass      course, emphasis will be placed on applications
the final element of the course will return to a less        option.                                           of photonics in medicine, transportation, manu-
formally rigorous study of inductive logic, scientific       Also listed as HEED-141                           facturing, communications, environmental moni-
method and reason in general.                            DAY:                                                  toring, and consumer devices.
DAY:                                                     3498 701     10:00AM-12:00PM     TTH      HVPA140     EVENING:
8017 701      12:30PM-1:50PM       TTH         HR220        Fees: $10.00.                                      2243 550     7:30PM-10:30PM      T          ELB307
    Fees: $10.00.
                                                         PHIL-201          Religions of the World
PHIL-103          Introduction to Ethics                                   (3 credits)
                  (3 credits)                            A study of the major religions of the world with
A course designed to familiarize the student             emphasis on their origins, development and sig-
with the most important ethical theories of              nificance in the modern world as well as their
Western philosophy. Students will discuss and            sacred texts. Focus is on Hinduism, Buddhism,
evaluate various contemporary moral issues, as           Confucianism, Taoism, Judiaism, Christianity,
well as a moral ethical stance.                          and Islam.
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121                      PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
DAY:                                                     DAY:                                                                         KEY
4193 701      2:00PM-3:20PM        MW            A117    3499 701     3:30PM-4:50PM       MW           N115
                                                                                                                COURSE #
                                                            Fees: $10.00.
EVENING:
3403 750      7:30PM-10:20PM       T              TA3
                                                                                                                ELEC 112        AC Circuits (3 credits)
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                   PHIL-202          Critical Thinking and
2931 M751 7:30PM-8:45PM            TTH         LCTBA                                                            The study of impedance networks, network
                                                                           Creative Problem Solving             theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
ONLINE:
1981 N630                                                                  (3 credits)                          plications of capacitors and inductors.
    A basic understanding of and access to the           Students will study ideas designed to help them          PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                                                                                2205 349    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
    Internet and WWW browsing capability are             improve their thinking skills of thinking critical-    2206 350    6:30-7:25PM         TTh        L123
    required. After you have registered for this         ly, reasoning clearly, using language precisely,
    course, go to the HCC homepage and click             and creatively solving problems. The impor-            INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
    on the link for Distance Learning. Please            tance of solid evidence and logical reasoning           NO.
    read the information under the heading               will be studied in a variety of contexts. Em-                                        DAY(S)
    “Checklist for Registered Online Students.”          phasis will also be on applying thinking skills        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
    Fees: $30.00.                                        to everyday practical problems, academic prob-         For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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      PHYSICS                                            PHYS-103H Fundamentals of Physics
                                                                                                              ONLINE:
                                                                                                              2207 N630 -
                                                                   Seminar- HONORS                               A Basic understanding of and access to
                                                                                                                 the Internet and WWW browsing capability
      PHYS-101        Technical Physical                 The Physics honors seminar will focus on top-
                                                                                                                 are required. After you have registered for
                                                         ics in physics that relate to the topics covered
                      Science (4 credits)                in PHYS 103. Students will present and discuss          this course, go to the HCC homepage and
      This Technical Physics course is designed for      science and physics journal articles that relate        click on the link for Distance Learning.
      technology majors such as BMET, Cardiovascu-       to the content of PHYS-103. This seminar be-            Please read the information under the
      lar, Computer Support, Electronics, and            gins September 16th.                                    heading “Checklist for Registered Online
      Telecommunications Technology. It consists of                   3:00PM-4:00PM      T           ST-245      Students.” This course has a required on-
      basic scientific math and an integrated se-                                                                campus orientation on Saturday, August
      quence of physical and chemical principles.                                                                23, 2008, between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM,
      This course will enable the student to become      PHYS-104         Fundamentals of Physics                exact time and room TBA.
      aware of and to evaluate situations in contem-                      II (4 credits)                         Fees: $40.00.
      porary physical science which include basic        Includes a study of wave motion, sound, nature       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
      chemical and physical principles with applica-                                                          8276 J550 6:30PM-9:20PM        T         LCTBA
                                                         and properties of light, optics, quantum theory,                6:30PM-9:30PM       TH        LCTBA
      tions to the human body and science meas-          electrostatics, electric currents, magnetism, nu-
      urement and statistical analysis techniques.                                                               Fees: $43.00.
                                                         clear reactions, solid state electronics, electro-
      Special emphasis is placed upon learning           magnetic induction and elementary particles for
      physics principles and solving mathematical
      problems in density/specific gravity, gas laws,
                                                         science majors and pre-professional students.        PHYS-107        Physical Science
                                                             PRQ: MATH-133 and PHYS-103.                                      (4 credits)
      solutions, pressure, work and energy, fluids,      8367   550   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH           N105
      basic electricity, waves, sound, and magnetism.                 7:30PM-10:30PM     T           ST105    PHYS-107 is a course designed for the Ele-
      The laboratory program will allow the student         Fees: $43.00.                                     mentary Education A.A.T. students and the
      to develop an understanding of the fundamen-                                                            non-science major. It is a general survey of the
      tal principles of the above mentioned areas, in-                                                        contributions of physics and chemistry to man’s
      cluding problem solving, and their application     PHYS-106         Earth and Space Science             understanding basic physical science concepts
      to physical phenomenon observed.                                    (4 credits)                         and will expose the student to the basic sci-
          PRQ: Prerequisite: MATH-061                                                                         entific vocabulary. In laboratory, students will
                                                         This is a course designed for non-science ma-
      DAY:                                               jors which is a general survey of basic earth        develop skill with equipment, laboratory tech-
      3610 501     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH         N105
                                                         science and astronomy topics. This course will       niques and procedures, plus lab investigative
                   8:00AM-11:00AM    F          ST106                                                         skills to solve physics and chemistry-related
                                                         enable the student to learn basic concepts of
         Fees: $43.00.                                                                                        problems. The lab emphasis is on the applica-
                                                         soils, groundwater, weather and the hydrologi-
                                                         cal cycle, urban geology, rocks and minerals,        tion of basic physical science principles in
                                                                                                              studying and solving problems plus the opera-
      PHYS-103        Fundamentals of Physics            historical geology, plate tectonics, scale of the
                                                                                                              tion of basic equipment. Basic math skills will
                                                         solar system, historical astronomy, basic mo-
                      I (4 credits)                      tions of the earth plus celestial bodies, con-       be needed to illustrate some of these princi-
      Includes a study of measurement, vector con-       stellation identification, planet evolution and      ples.
      cepts, mechanics, fluids, periodic motion, heat    characteristics, space satellites, telescopes, the       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
      concepts and thermodynamics for science ma-        sun, stellar properties and equipment, laborato-     DAY:
      jors and pre-professional students.                ry techniques and procedures plus investigative      3473 501     2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH        ST035
          If you have registered for MATH-133 this se-                                                                     2:00PM-5:00PM     F          ST106
                                                         skills to solve science-related problems. Field
          mester, please call the Science/Technology     work will involve investigation of geology sites,       Fees: $43.00.
          chairperson or the Admissions Office for a     constellation identification, and trips to local
          course waiver.                                 museums/planetariums.
          PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH-133 or
                                                                                                              PHYS-110        General Physics I
                                                         DAY:                                                                 (calculus) (4 credits)
          equivalent.                                    3607 501     1:00PM-1:52PM      MWF          N103
      DAY:                                                            2:00PM-5:00PM      F           ST105    Covers topics similar to PHYS-103 but is calcu-
      3620 501     11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF         N220       Fees: $43.00.                                     lus-based, intended primarily for physics, engi-
                   2:00PM-5:00PM     M          ST105                                                         neering and related science majors.
                                                         EVENING:
      3600   502   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF         N220                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121; Pre-or
                                                         5851 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     T          ELB116
                   2:00PM-5:00PM     W          ST105                                                             Co-requisite: MATH-140 or MATH-181
                                                                      7:30PM-10:30PM     TH          ST105
         Fees: $43.00.                                      Fees: $43.00.                                     DAY:
      EVENING:                                                                                                3602 501     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH        ST030
      2205 550     7:30PM-10:20PM    W           N103                                                                      2:00PM-5:00PM     TH         ST105
                   7:30PM-10:20PM    M          ST105                                                         4610   502   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH        ST030
         Fees: $43.00.                                                                                                     2:00PM-5:00PM     T          ST105
                                                                                                                 Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                              EVENING:
                                                                                                              3604 550     7:30PM-10:20PM    M           N115
                                                                                                                           7:30PM-10:30PM    W          ST105
                                                                                                                 Fees: $43.00.




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PHYS-112        General Physics III                 POLI-202          Contemporary American               PSYCHOLOGY
                (calculus) (3 credits)                                Foreign Policy (3 credits)
Last semester of calculus-based engineering         The purpose of this course is to introduce the        PSYC-101        General Psychology
and related science major physics covering          student to the study of American foreign poli-
heat, thermodynamics, advanced electromag-          cy. The course will explore the nature of for-
                                                                                                                          (3 credits)
netic wave theory, optics, and topics in atomic     eign policy, the idea of national interest, the       An introductory course focusing on how psy-
and nuclear physics.                                historic impulses driving foreign policy in the       chologists conduct research on human behav-
    PRQ: MATH-150 or MATH-182 and PHYS-             US, the crucial historical challenges shaping         ior and the results.
    111, and eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.        American foreign policy, the institutional con-           PRE: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
DAY:                                                text of American foreign policy and will inves-       DAY:
3606 501     2:00PM-2:52PM     MW          ST123    tigate the principle challenges facing American       3901   901   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH            N115
             2:00PM-5:00PM     T           ST206    policy makers today and in the future. Prereq-        3902   902   2:00PM-3:20PM      MW             N115
   Fees: $43.00.                                    uisite: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.               3907   903   10:00AM-10:50AM    MWF            N114
                                                                                                          3904   904   4:30PM-7:20PM      M              N114
                                                    DAY:                                                  3900   905   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH            N115
                                                    8210 901     11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH          N114    3909   906   8:00AM-9:20AM      MW             N115
POLITICAL SCIENCE                                                                                         3910
                                                                                                          3915
                                                                                                                 907
                                                                                                                 908
                                                                                                                       2:00PM-3:20PM
                                                                                                                       12:30PM-1:50PM
                                                                                                                                          TTH
                                                                                                                                          MW
                                                                                                                                                         N114
                                                                                                                                                         N114
                                                    POLI-925          Information Technology              3917   909   8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH            N115
POLI-101        American Federal                                      in Political Campaigns              3926   912   9:30AM-12:20PM     F              N115
                                                                                                          3928   914   3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH            N114
                Government (3 credits)                                (3 credits)                         3930   915   11:00AM-12:20PM    MW             N115
This is an introductory course in American gov-     This course will educate political science stu-       3931   916   12:30PM-3:20PM     F              N115
ernment which covers the principles of consti-      dents, information technology students, and              Fees: $15.00.
tutional government, policies, and current          others about the role of the Internet and data-       EVENING:
political issues.                                   base technologies on democratic political cam-        3903 950     7:30PM-10:20PM     T              N115
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.            paigns, primarily in the United States. Students      3911 951     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH             N115
                                                    will examine the opportunities and challenges         3932 952     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH            N115
DAY:                                                                                                      2216 953     6:00PM-7:20PM      MW             N115
3800 902     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH         HR220    of how these technologies are being used for
                                                    fundraising, educating and mobilizing volun-             Fees: $15.00.
3807 903     2:00PM-4:50PM     M          ELB116
   Fees: $10.00.                                    teers, polling, attacking the credibility of oppo-    ONLINE:
                                                    nents, fact checking, target mailings on issues,      3922 W990 -
ONLINE:                                                                                                   5415 W991 -
6067 W990 -                                         web videos, social networking web sites, fo-
                                                    rums, blogs, and more. Students will also be             This online course incorporates the video
   This online course incorporates the video                                                                 and print materials of a professionally
   and print materials of a professionally          asked to imagine further information technolo-
                                                    gy political applications. The course will re-           produced telecourse. Course videos are
   produced telecourse. Course videos are                                                                    cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
   cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and             quire the use of the Internet and databases with
                                                    voter data used by political campaigns. Also list-       videostreamed from the HCC library
   videostreamed from the HCC library                                                                        homepage to individual student computers.
   homepage to individual student computers.        ed as CMSY-925.
                                                                                                             Tape rental is also available. After you
   Tape rental is also available. After you         DAY:                                                     have registered, go to the Distance
   have registered, go to the Distance              2025 901     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH        ELB323
                                                                                                             Learning Homepage on the HCC
   Learning Homepage on the HCC                        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                             homepage and click on the link “Checklist
   homepage and click on the link “Checklist        EVENING:                                                 for Registered Online Students” for
   for Registered Online Students” for              2027 950     6:30PM-9:20PM       W          ELB229       important information about your course.
   important information about your course.            Fees: $50.00.                                         This course has a required on-campus
   This course has a required on-campus                                                                      orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
   orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,                                                                 between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
   and room TBA.                                    PORTUGUESE                                               and room TBA.
                                                                                                             Fees: $45.00.
   Fees: $45.00.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              PORT-101          Elementary Portuguese I                                    KEY
6107 J904 3:30PM-6:15PM        TH         LCTBA
                                                                      (4 credits)                          COURSE #
   Fees: $10.00.
                                                    In this introductory course, students learn to lis-
                                                    ten, speak, write and read at a basic level.           ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
POLI-102        State and Local                     They also learn about the diverse cultures of          The study of impedance networks, network
                Government (3 credits)              the Portuguese-speaking world. In class in-            theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
                                                    struction focuses on oral/aural skill develop-
The students will evaluate and critically analyze                                                          plications of capacitors and inductors.
                                                    ment. Writing and reading skills will be
the public policies which emerge from the po-                                                                PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
                                                    developed through assigned work. This course           2205 349    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
litical processes of state and local government.    may be offered as self-instructional/tutor assist-     2206 350    6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.           ed.
EVENING:
                                                    EVENING:                                               INDEX          TIME                    LOCATION
3801 950     7:30PM-10:20PM    W          ELB317                                                            NO.
                                                    3579 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TH           N105
                                                       Fees: $25.00.                                                                     DAY(S)
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                           For room codes, see Campus Map on page 144.



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      TELECOURSE:
      6028 T630 9:00AM-11:00AM       S            N115
                                                         ONLINE:
                                                         6024 W630 7:00PM-9:00PM         F            N115    RADIOLOGIC
         TELECOURSE (Discovering Psychology) -
         Air dates distributed at MANDATORY
                                                            This online course incorporates the video
                                                            and print materials of a professionally
                                                                                                              TECHNOLOGY
         ORIENTATION SAT, SEPT 6. Additional                produced telecourse. Course videos are
         classes Sat, Oct 11, 18, Nov 22 and Dec            cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and              RADT-111        Radiologic Procedures I
         6.                                                 videostreamed from the HCC library                                (3 credits)
         Fees: $45.00.                                      homepage to individual student computers.
                                                            Tape rental is also an option. After you          Continues the study of terminology and tech-
      HONORS:
      3923 H910 9:30AM-10:50AM       MW           N115      have registered, go to the Distance               niques required to produce quality radiographs.
         Students eligible for honors courses may           Learning Homepage on the HCC                      Includes appropriate patient-care procedures,
         enroll only with permission of the                 homepage and click on the link                    basic exposures, positioning techniques, princi-
         instructor or the director of the honors           “Registered Online Students” for important        ples of equipment use and radiation protection.
         program. Call 410-772-4946 for more                informtion about your course. This course             PRQ: RADT 101. Co-requisite: RADT 112.
         information.                                       has a “required” on-campus orientation on         DAY:
         Fees: $30.00.                                      Saturday, August 23, 2008, between                1900 301     8:00AM-9:20AM      MW          N200
                                                            9:00AM and 1:00PM, exact time and room                         10:00AM-12:00PM    MW          N200
      HONORS ROUSE:
                                                            TBA. This section has required on-campus             Fees: $50.00.
      3924 R911 9:30AM-10:50AM       MW           N115
         Section R911 is only available to Rouse            sessions on Fri, Aug 29, Sept 19; Oct 10;
         Scholars.                                          Nov 7, 21; 7:00PM-9:00PM in Room N115.            RADT-112        Clinical Radiography I
                                                            Fees: $45.00.
      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                                                                  (5 credits)
      6109 J917 10:00AM-11:15AM      MW        LCTBA     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
      6110 J960 9:00AM-12:15PM       S         LCTBA     3418 J950 6:00PM-9:00PM         W          LCTBA     Supervised use of energized equipment in the
         “Saturday class begins on September 6,             Fees: $5.00.                                      on-campus laboratory and clinical laboratory
         2008.”                                                                                               centers to produce quality radiographic images
      3925   M913   8:30AM-9:45AM    TTH       LCTBA                                                          of upper and lower extremities, chest and ab-
      3927   M952   6:30PM-9:30PM    T         LCTBA     PSYC-204          Adolescent Psychology              domen.
      5110   M953   6:30PM-9:30PM    W         LCTBA                       (3 credits)                            PRQ: RADT 101. Co-requisite: RADT 111.
      4317   M961   6:00PM-10:30PM   F         LCTBA
                    8:15AM-5:30PM    S         LCTBA     This course is a description of adolescent de-       DAY:
                                                         velopment based on research and theory inter-        1902 301     8:00AM-4:00PM      TTH         N200
         This class meets September 5-6, 19-20,
                                                         relating physical, psychological, intellectual and      Fees: $100.00.
         October 3-4 2008.
         Fees: $15.00.                                   social changes during the teen years and the
                                                         systems dealing with those changes. This

      PSYC-202         Social Psychology
                                                         course meets the Maryland State Department of
                                                         Education Adolescent Development require-
                                                                                                              RETAILING
                       (3 credits)                       ment for an initial certificate in Secondary Ed-
                                                         ucation.                                             RETL-201        Retailing Work
      A course which studies how groups influence            NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-                       Experience I (3-4 credits)
      behavior and individuals influence groups.             sion Chair, 410-772-4019.
         PRQ: PSYC-101                                                                                        Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                             PRQ: PSYC-101
      DAY:                                                                                                    rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                         EVENING:
      3905 901      12:30PM-1:50PM   MW           N115                                                        must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                         3933 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      M            N103
         Fees: $15.00.                                                                                        work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               (410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.
                                                         3016 M951 6:30PM-9:30PM         TH         LCTBA
                                                                                                                  PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
      PSYC-203         Abnormal Psychology                                                                        three credits should select Section 050.
                       (3 credits)                       PSYC-205          Psychology and Women                   Those registering for four credits should se-
      A course studying mental health and illness fo-                                                             lect Section 051. Students may still register
                                                                           (3 credits)                            after the semester begins.
      cusing on types, causes, and treatments.
                                                         This course will examine the history of women            PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
         PRQ: PSYC-101
                                                         in psychology. Additionally, women’s lives and           better grade point and demonstration of
                                                         experiences will be explored from a lifespan             pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                         developmental perspective which includes psy-            to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                         chological, social, and biological influences.           ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                         Students will examine current reserarch on a         EVENING:
                                                         variety of topics and critically evaluate the lit-   5822 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
                                                         erature. Also listed as WMST-205.                    5823 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W         RCF305
                                                             PRQ: PSYC-101.                                      Fees: $25.00.
                                                         DAY:
                                                         2220 901     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW          ST035




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                                                                                                         ONLINE:
RETL-202         Retailing Work                      RUSS-201          Intermediate Russian I            4229 W990
                 Experience II (3-4 credits)                           (4 credits)                       5896 W991
                                                                                                         1983 W992
Supervised work experience which relates di-         In this intermediate level course, students con-       This online course incorporates the video
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students      tinue to refine their Russian writing skills, de-      and print materials of a professionally
must receive prior approval to register for this     velop the ability to read and understand               produced telecourse. Course videos are
work experience course. Call the Career Center       sentence-level text, explore Russian verb roots,       cablecast over HCC-TV channel 71 and
(410-772-4840) to schedule an appointment.           study additional tense, present, and future tens-      videostreamed from the HCC library
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for            es, practice dialogue exercises, increase their        homepage to individual student computers.
    three credits should select Section 050.         working vocabulary, and learn more in-depth            Tape rental is also available. After you
    Those registering for four credits should se-    grammar. Students will continue to increase            have registered, go to the Distance
    lect Section 051. Students may still register    their proficiency in the Russian script and            Learning Homepage on the HCC
    after the semester begins.                       sound system, study more grammatical con-              homepage and click on the link “Checklist
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or         cepts, practice their reading, and expand their        for Registered Online Students” for
    better grade point and demonstration of          knowledge of Russian culture. This course may          important information about your course.
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is      be offered as self-instructional/tutor assisted.       This course has a required on-campus
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-        EVENING:                                               orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
    ter (Room RCF-302).                              4585 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      TH        ELB218       between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
EVENING:                                                Fees: $25.00.                                       and room TBA.
5824 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305                                                           Fees: $45.00.
5825 051     6:00PM-7:20PM      W          RCF305
                                                                                                         HONORS:
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                     SOCIOLOGY                                           4228 H907 12:30PM-1:50PM
                                                                                                            Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                                                         MW         ELB316

                                                                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
RUSSIAN                                              SOCI-101          Introduction to Sociology         4332 J953 4:30PM-7:20PM         M           LCTBA
                                                                       (3 credits)                       6111 M913 8:30AM-9:45AM         TTH         LCTBA
                                                                                                         1227 M954 6:30PM-9:30PM         W           LCTBA
RUSS-101         Elementary Russian I                A study of concepts including culture, social-      6124 M960 9:00AM-12:15PM        S           LCTBA
                                                     ization, deviance, social change and stratifica-       “Saturday class starts on Sept. 6, 2008.”
                 (4 credits)                         tion will be applied to social problems and            Fees: $15.00.
As a result of taking this course the student will   everyday living.
be able to utilize the basic elements of the             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
Russian language, which will include reading         DAY:
Russian with acceptable pronunciation, writing       4311   901   8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH       ELB308
Russian words and phrases in script, speaking        4314   902   12:00PM-2:50PM     F         ELB307
Russian to include making statements and an-         4315   903   11:00AM-11:50AM    MWF       ELB307
swering simple Russian statements. Through-          4330   904   3:30PM-4:50PM      MW        ELB317
out these experiences, the student will utilize      4307   905   10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF       ELB307
correct cases, conjugations and declensions in       4322   906   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        HR220
                                                     4316   908   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH       ELB307
forming Russian sentences. This course may be
                                                     4324   909   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH       ELB308
offered as self-instructional/tutor assisted.        4333   910   8:00AM-9:20AM      MW        ELB308
EVENING:                                             4336   911   12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH      ELB100B
2413 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      W          ELB218    4337   912   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW        ELB307
   Fees: $25.00.                                     2218   914   3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH       ELB316
                                                     2217   915   2:00PM-3:20PM      MW        ELB308
                                                     8209   916   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         A116
RUSS-102         Elementary Russian II               8234   917   9:30AM-10:50AM     MW          N220
                                                        Fees: $15.00.
                 (4 credits)
                                                     EVENING:
This course is a continuation of first-semester      4300 950     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH        ELB316
Russian. Upon completion, the student will be        4334 951     4:30PM-7:20PM      T          ST035
able to use Russian when speaking about every-       4323 952     6:00PM-7:20PM      MW         ST030                          KEY
day topics and will be able to read and un-             Fees: $15.00.                                     COURSE #
derstand texts of average difficulty. Greater        FAST TRACK:
concentration will be placed on speaking in          6034 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM         F         ELB216
complete sentences and on grammatical usage,                     9:00AM-3:00PM       S         ELB216
                                                                                                          ELEC 112       AC Circuits (3 credits)
especially compound sentences, adjectives, and                   12:00PM-4:15PM      SU        ELB216     The study of impedance networks, network
cases. This course may be offered as self-in-           FAST TRACK! Earn 3 credits in 3                   theorems, use of AC test equipment and ap-
structional/tutor assisted.                             weekends. Class meets Fri, Sat, Sun; Oct          plications of capacitors and inductors.
EVENING:                                                31 - Nov 2, 7-9, 14-16.                             PRQ: ELEC 111, MATH 190
5656 150     5:30PM-7:30PM      W          ELB219       Fees: $15.00.                                     2205 349   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                          2206 350   6:30-7:25PM        TTh         L123

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                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                                                       DAY(S)
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
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      SOCI-102        Social Problems                     SOCI-160          The Aging Process:                  SPAN-101L Elementary Spanish I Lab
                      (3 credits)                                           Gerontology (3 credits)                       (0 credits)
      The general objective of this course is to give     This course will focus on the physiological, psy-     SPAN-101L students must also register for a
      students a broad overview of contemporary           chosocial, and social changes that impact the         SPAN-101 lecture class.
      problems both in America and around the             aging population. In addition, the student will       DAY:
      world. This course will analyze social problems,    focus on assessment and counseling skills rel-        3686   140   10:00AM-10:50AM    M         ELB224
      both internationally and here in the United         evant to preserving independence in the aged          2420   141   11:00AM-11:50AM    M         ELB223
      States using various sociological perspectives.     and meeting the health needs of the aging pop-        2421   142   2:00PM-2:50PM      M         ELB223
      We will focus on three general classes of so-       ulation.                                              2422   143   12:30PM-1:20PM     T         ELB221
      cial problems: problems of social inequality and        Also listed as HEED-160.                          3297   144   10:00AM-10:50AM    W         ELB219
                                                                                                                2423   145   11:00AM-11:50AM    W         ELB223
      conflict, problems arising within specific social   EVENING:                                              3687   146   12:00PM-12:50PM    W         ELB222
      institutions (family life, education, crime, and    4310 950     4:30PM-7:20PM       W           ST035    2444   147   11:00AM-11:50AM    F         ELB223
      health care), and problems arising from social
      change (environmental crises, population
      growth, and social upheaval).                       SOCI-202          Urban Sociology                     SPAN-102        Elementary Spanish II
          PRQ: Eligibile to enroll in ENGL-121.                             (3 credits)                                         (4 credits)
      DAY:                                                This course will examine and analyze the so-          Students continue to develop the four basic
      4225   901   2:00PM-3:20PM      MW        ELB316    cial relationships within our urban environ-
      4226   902   3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH       ELB317                                                          skills, particularly oral communication, and to
                                                          ments. The student will examine the ways in           look inside the cultures of Spain, the Caribbean
      4230   903   11:00AM-12:20PM    MW        ELB108
      2219   904   8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH       ELB316    which the physical dimensions of urban areas          and Latin America. They will develop a proj-
                                                          are shaped, and their corresponding impact on         ect which reflects personal goals for learning
      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                          lifestyles. Particular attention will be given to     Spanish. Instruction focuses on oral commu-
      3421 J904 10:00AM-11:20AM       MW        LCTBA
                                                          the problems of urban America, and suburban           nication and is supported by a computerized
                                                          development and planning.                             classroom and conversation specialists. Partici-
      SOCI-103        Marriage and the Family                  PRQ: ENGL-121 OR ENGL-101                        pation in a Spanish lab is a requirement of
                      (3 credits)                         DAY:                                                  SPAN-102, so all day students must register for
                                                          4335 901     12:30PM-1:50PM      MW          THR2     a section of SPAN-102L. Evening sections have
      A study of the form and function of the con-                                                              the lab included in the class time.
      temporary family including topics on love, sex
      roles, communications, children, family types,                                                            DAY:
      violence and divorce.                               SPANISH                                               2426 101     9:00AM-9:52AM
                                                                                                                   Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                                                                MWF       ELB223
          PRQ: ENGL-121.
                                                                                                                EVENING:
      DAY:                                                SPAN-101          Elementary Spanish I                2427 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH       ELB223
      4320 901     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH        HR322
                                                                            (4 credits)                            Fees: $25.00.
                                                          In this introductory course, students learn to lis-   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
      SOCI-111        Intro to Women’s                    ten, speak, write and read at a basic level.          2899 J155 6:30PM-8:30PM         TTH       LCTBA
                      Studies:Women, Gender                                                                        Fees: $25.00.
                                                          They also learn about the diverse cultures of
                      & Society (3 credits)               the Spanish-speaking world. Instruction focus-
                                                          es on oral communication and is supported by          SPAN-102L Elementary Spanish II
      An interdisciplinary, team-taught study of          a computerized classroom and conversation
      women, gender, culture and society in the Unit-     specialists. Participation in a Spanish lab is a                Lab (0 credits)
      ed States, based primarily in the Social Sci-                                                             SPAN-102L students must also register for a
                                                          requirement of SPAN-101, so all day students
      ences and Social History, but drawing also on                                                             SPAN-102 lecture class.
                                                          must register for a section of SPAN-101L.
      the arts and media.                                 Evening sections have the lab included in the         DAY:
          NOTE: Also listed as WMST-111                   class time.                                           3735 140     10:00AM-10:50AM    F         ELB224
          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                                                                  2428 141     1:00PM-1:50PM      F         ELB223
                                                          DAY:
      DAY:                                                2416   101   10:00AM-10:52AM     MWF        ELB223
      4116 901     2:00PM-4:50PM      T         ELB202    2417   102   12:00PM-12:52PM     MWF        ELB223
         Fees: $20.00.                                    2418   103   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH        ELB219    SPAN-201        Intermediate Spanish I
                                                          3237   104   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH        ELB224                    (4 credits)
                                                             Fees: $25.00.
      SOCI-130        Human Sexuality                                                                           Students in this second year course will use the
                                                          EVENING:                                              skills needed to listen, speak, write and read in
                      (3 credits)                         2419 150     7:30PM-9:20PM       MW         ELB223    Spanish in the context of a series of commu-
      An overview of biological, psychological and        4493 151     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH        ELB223
                                                                                                                nicative activities. They will expand their
      sociological factors related to human sexuality.       Fees: $25.00.                                      knowledge of the peoples of the Spanish-speak-
      The student may then explore and evaluate           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                ing world and will, through the use of multi-
      sexual beliefs and behaviors.                       3761 J110 10:00AM-11:20AM        MWF        LCTBA     media technology, create a personalized project
         Also listed as HEED-130.                         3760 J155 6:00PM-7:50PM          MW         LCTBA
                                                                                                                reflective of individual interests in Spanish. A
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                Fees: $25.00.                                      required lab component and peer group work
      DAY:                                                                                                      support instruction. Participation in a Spanish
      4308 901     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW        ELB217                                                          lab is a requirement of SPAN-201, so all day
      EVENING:                                                                                                  students must register for a section of SPAN-
      4231 950     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH        ELB217                                                          201L. Evening sections have the lab included in
                                                                                                                the class time.


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DAY:                                                 EVENING:                                               DAY:
2430 101     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH        ELB224    2443 150      5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH         ELB219    1658   701   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH            THR1
5757 102     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH        ELB223       Evening sections already have the lab               1659   702   2:00PM-3:20PM      MW             N114
   Fees: $25.00.                                        hour built into the class time. It is not           1428   703   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH            THR1
                                                        necessary to register for a lab.                    4580   704   12:30PM-3:20PM     F              N114
EVENING:
                                                                                                            1665   705   8:00AM-8:52AM      MWF            N114
2431 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      MW         ELB224       Fees: $25.00.
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                            EVENING:
                                                                                                            1660 750     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH            N114
                                                     SPAN-204           Advanced Intermediate               1688 751     7:30PM-10:20PM     W               TA3
SPAN-201L Intermediate Spanish I                                        Spanish II (4 credits)              1666 753     7:30PM-10:20PM     T              N114
                                                                                                            4581 754     7:30PM-10:20PM     M              N114
          Lab (0 credits)                            In this content-based course, students will fur-       WEEKEND:
SPAN-201L students must also register for a          ther develop skills in writing and reading.            1662 760     10:00AM-12:50PM    S              N114
SPAN-201 lecture class.                              Grammatical concepts introduced in elementary          FAST TRACK:
DAY:                                                 and intermediate classes will be reexamined            6030 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM         F           ELB208
2432 140     3:30PM-4:20PM      TH         ELB223    with the intention of expanding them for use in                    9:00AM-3:00PM       S           ELB208
2328 141     3:30PM-4:20PM      T          ELB223    both reading and writing. Content will be                          12:00PM-4:15PM      SU          ELB208
8146 142     1:00PM-1:50PM      T          ELB225    based on the themes of religion and politics,             FAST TRACK! Earn 3 credits in 3
                                                     family and family roles and on changing values.           weekends. Class meets Fri., Sat., Sun.,
                                                     Students will work with short stories and film            Oct. 24-26; Oct 31-Nov 2, Nov 7-9.
SPAN-202         Intermediate Spanish II             as a basis for skill development. Participation in     ONLINE:
                 (4 credits)                         a Spanish lab is a requirement of SPAN-204, so         1663 N790 2:00PM-5:00PM         S              N114
Students will produce a mini-project in each of      all day students must register for a section of           A basic understanding of and access to
the four skill areas as they acquire the basics      SPAN-204L. Evening sections have the lab in-              the Internet and WWW browsing capability
of intermediate Spanish. Instruction focuses on      cluded in the class time.                                 are required. After you have registered, go
oral communication and is supported by a             DAY:                                                      to the Distance Learning Homepage on
computerized classroom and conversation spe-         4737 101      11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH         ELB218       the HCC homepage and click on the link
cialists. Participation in a Spanish lab is a re-       Fees: $25.00.                                          “Registered Online Students” for important
quirement of SPAN-202, so all day students                                                                     information about your course. This
must register for a section of SPAN-202L.                                                                      course has a required on-campus
Evening sections have the lab included in the        SPAN-204L Advanced Intermediate                           orientation on Saturday, August 23, 2008,
class time.                                                    Spanish II Lab (0 credits)                      between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
DAY:                                                 SPAN-204L students must also register for a               and room TBA. This section has required
4494 101     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH        ELB223    SPAN-204 lecture class.                                   on-campus sessions on Saturday, Sept 20,
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                               Oct 11, Nov 08 and Dec 13; 9:00AM-
                                                     DAY:
                                                                                                               12:00PM in Room N114. Start date for this
                                                     4738 140      12:30PM-1:20PM     TH          ELB221
                                                                                                               course is August 23, ending date
SPAN-202L Intermediate Spanish II                                                                              December 15.
          Lab (0 credits)                            SPAN-220           Cultures of Mexico                     Fees: $30.00.
SPAN-202L students must also register for a                             (3 credits)                         SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS:
                                                                                                            1632 A706 9:30AM-10:50AM        TTH            N114
SPAN-202 lecture class.                              SPAN-220 is a 3-credit course for those who are
                                                                                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
DAY:                                                 interested in