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					Spring 2011                                                                                                                                     1
and Winter
  CREDIT
Schedule of Classes


              Steps to Get You
                                          There from Here...
        Apply for Admission                                                                                                        Pg. 4
  1     Application Procedures            ●   HCC Application Form



        Be Advised                                                                                                                 Pg. 6
  2     Advisor Information       ●   Dates & Deadlines               ●   Placement Tests
        Course Clearances         ●   Transcript Evaluation               ●   Disability Accommodations

        Plan Class Schedule
  3     Electives   ●   Once-a-Year Classes            ●       Flexible & Distance Learning Options
                                                                                                                                   Pg. 7

        Laurel College Center

        Register for Classes                                                                                                       Pg. 8
  4     Web   ●   Telephone   ●   In-Person       ●   CustomClass Option                ●   Registration Form/Worksheet



        Pay Tuition & Fees                                                                                                         Pg. 13
  5     Cost Calculations     ●   Flexible Payment Plan                   ●   Financial Aid & Scholarships             ●   Veterans’ Benefits



        Get Ready for Class                                                                                                        Pg. 15
  6     Bookstore    ●   Online Shopping         ●    ID   ●    Parking Permit      ●   Maps      ●   Lockers   ●   Child Care



        Succeed & Enjoy!
  7     Academic Support      ●   Counseling & Career Services                      ●   Library   ●   Computer Services
                                                                                                                                   Pg. 17

        Athletics and Fitness         ●   Food Service          ●   Student Life   ●    Theatre, Arts     ●   TV Studio



         HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                          ●    www.howardcc.edu              ●
2                                                                          INDEX

    Admissions Procedures . . . . . . . . . . 4         In-Person Registration . . . . . . . . . . . 10       Spring/Winter 2011 Credit Classes
    Admissions & Advising . . . . . . . . . . 19                                                              Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23,44,155,166
                                                        International Citizens . . . . . . . . . . 4,13       Aging Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
    Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6    James W. Rouse Scholars. . . . . . . . . 5            American Sign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
                                                                                                              Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
    Allied Health Admissions Procedures. . 7            Kaiser Permanente Wellness Center . . 18              Arabic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23,46
    Application Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4     Laurel College Center . . . . . . . . . . 151         Architectural/Construction Management . . . 47,145
                                                                                                              Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23,47,155,166
    Application for Admission (form) . . . 179          Learning Assistance Center . . . . . . 17,19          Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,53
    Athletics & Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . 18     Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,19     Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,54,155,166
                                                                                                              Biomedical Engineering Technology . . . . . . 56,166
    Auditing Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,8      Locks and Lockers . . . . . . . . . . . . 16          Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,56,156,166
    Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,19     Military/Veterans . . . . . . . . . . . 4,13,14       Cardiovascular Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25,61
                                                                                                              Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
    Cafe on the Quad . . . . . . . . . . . 18,19        Noncredit Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6        Chinese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
    Campus Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188         Non-U.S. Citizen . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,13       CISCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63,156,167
                                                                                                              Computer Forensics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
    Cashier's Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,19    Notary Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16        Computer Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25,64,167,157
    Childcare Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 16      Once-a-Year Classes . . . . . . . . . . . 177         Computer Aided Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74,168
                                                                                                              Conflict Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30,75
    Class Planning Sheet . . . . . . . . . . 185        Online Bookstore Shopping . . . . . . . 15            Cooperative Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30,75
    Clubs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18   Online Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21        Criminal Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31,77,157,169
                                                                                                              Culinary Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78,169
    Collection Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . 13       Open-Entry Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . 22         Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31,78
    Computer Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,19      Parking Permit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16       Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32,82,158
                                                                                                              Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32,83,158,169
    Computer Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17       Placement Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6       Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
                                                                                                              Emergency Medical Services . . . . . . . . . . . . 32,88
    Continuing Education                                Planning Sheet, Class . . . . . . . . . . 185         Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
       Workforce Development . . . . . . . 6,19         Records & Registration . . . . . . . . . . 19         English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,89,159,170
                                                                                                              Entrepreneurship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,96,170
    Core Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . 174       Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14      Environmental Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
    Counseling & Career Services . . . . 17,19          Registration Form and Worksheet. . . . 11             Exercise Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
                                                                                                              Farsi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
    Course Description Listings . . . . . . . 23        Registration, In-Person. . . . . . . . . . . 10       Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34,99
    CustomClass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,8,9     Registration, Telephone/Web . . . . . . . 10          Financial Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100,160,170
                                                                                                              Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35,101,160,170
    Dates and Deadlines. . . . . . . . . . . . 3        Rep Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18      First Year Experience . . . . . . . . . . 35,102,160,171
    Disabilities, Services for . . . . . . . . 17,19    Returning Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5        French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
                                                                                                              Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
    Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20      Rouse Scholars, James W. . . . . . . . . 5            Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35,103
    Dropping Classes (Refunds) . . . . . . . 14         Schoenbrodt, Frederick K. Honors                      German . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
                                                                                                              Health Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35,104
    Early Entrance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5        Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5      Health Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105,160,171
    Electives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176   Scholarships (Financial Aid). . . . . . . 14          Hebrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
                                                                                                              Hindi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
    Emergency Closing Announcements . . 19              Senior Citizens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13      History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36,108,160,171
    English Language Institute Applicant . . 5          Services for Students with                            Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
                                                                                                              Horticulture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
    Express Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22         Disabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,19   Hospitality Management. . . . . . . . . . . 112,161,171
    Fast Track Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . 22       Silas Craft Collegians. . . . . . . . . . . . 5       Human Development . . . . . . . . . . . 36,113,161,172
                                                                                                              Human Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
    Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,13   Sports (Athletics) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18       Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
                                                                                                              Interior Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
    Final Exam Schedule . . . . . . . . . . 186         Student Activities/Life . . . . . . . . . . 18        Italian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
    Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,19     Student Government Association . . . . 18             Korean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
                                                                                                              Life Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36,116
    Food Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,19      Student ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,19      Mass Communications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
    Freshman Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5        Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18     Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,119,161,172
                                                                                                              Meteorology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
    Game Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18        Student Program Board. . . . . . . . . . 18           Microsoft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
    HCC Times Newspaper. . . . . . . . . . 18           Student Support Services . . . . . . . 17,19          Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38,125,172
                                                                                                              Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38,133
    HCC-TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18     Technology Help Desk . . . . . . . . . 17,19          Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39,136,162,172
    Health Personnel/Health Programs                    Telecourses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20      Office Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39,136
                                                                                                              Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42,139,163,173
       Shortage Programs . . . . . . . . . . . 13       Telephone/Web Registration . . . . . . . 10           Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140,163
    High School Students, Programs for . . 5            Test Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19      Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
                                                                                                              Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42,142,163,173
    Honors Programs, Frederick K.                       Tuition & Fees Calculation Table . . . . 12           Public Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
       Schoenbrodt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5     Tuition & Fees Payment Schedule . . . 13              Radiologic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
                                                                                                              Retailing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42,144
    Hours of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . 19       Tuition Payment Plan . . . . . . . . . . . 14         Russian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
    Hybrid Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21      Undeclared Major (Non-Degree) . . . . . 7             Sociology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42,145,163,173
                                                                                                              Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146,164
    ID, Student. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,19    Veterans/Military . . . . . . . . . . . 4,13,14       Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,147,164,173
    Information Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . 16      Welcome and Information Center . . 16,19              Study Abroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
                                                                                                              Theatre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,148,173
    Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . 17        Wellness Center, Kaiser Permanente . . 18             Women's Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,150


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                                                   DATES AND DEADLINES                                                                                                                3




WINTER 2011
Advising Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Ongoing
Open Registration Begins (HCC Express, TouchTone, In-Person) . .                     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   November 3
Late Registration (In-Person Only; Prior to the second class meeting)                .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 4 & 5
CLASSES BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 3
DROP/100% REFUND* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   November 3-January 5
DROP/75% Tuition and Consolidated Fees Only* . . . . . . . . . . .                   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 6
DROP/50% Tuition and Consolidated Fees Only* . . . . . . . . . . .                   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 7
Change to Audit* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   November 3-January 7
Withdraw from Classes* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 8-18
LAST DAY OF CLASSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 28
NO CLASSES OR COLLEGE CLOSED
   Winter Break . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . December 24-January 2
   Martin Luther King, Jr. Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 17

SPRING 2011
Advising Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ongoing
Open Registration Begins (HCC Express, TouchTone, In-Person)                 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 3
Late Registration (In-Person Only; Prior to second class meeting)            . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . February 1-2
CLASSES BEGIN
  Weekend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 29
  Weekday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   January 31
DROP/100% REFUND* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   November 3-February 4
DROP/75% Tuition and Consolidated Fees Only* . . . . . . . . .               .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   February 5-11
DROP/50% Tuition and Consolidated Fees Only* . . . . . . . . .               .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   February 12-18
Change to Audit* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   November 3-February 18
Withdraw from Classes* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   February 19-April 8
Last Day to Petition to Graduate for May Degree . . . . . . . . .            .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   March 15
LAST DAY OF CLASSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   May 13
Final Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   May 14-20
Commencement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   May 26
NO CLASSES OR COLLEGE CLOSED
  Spring Break . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 18-24
  Memorial Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 30

SUMMER 2011
SESSION 1
  CLASSES BEGIN.       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 31
  CLASSES END . .      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 1
SESSION 2
  CLASSES BEGIN.       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 31
  CLASSES END . .      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 26
SESSION 3
  CLASSES BEGIN.       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 13
  CLASSES END . .      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 8
SESSION 4
  CLASSES BEGIN.       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 5
  CLASSES END . .      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 8
*The above refunds and drops are based on a 15 week semester. Refunds are prorated for classes that meet less than 15 weeks.
 -Refunds for telecourses, fast track courses, and classes that meet for fewer weeks than regular classes in the semester
  will be made based on the length of the course and the drop date.
 -Students may drop or withdraw in person, by using HCC Express or by using TouchTone registration. Date to drop,
  withdraw or change to audit will differ if your class meets other than 15 weeks. Check with the Office of Records and
  Registration for important dates that apply to your courses.

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            oward Community College                 the standard Application for Credit               pay the out-of-state tuition rate. Further
            (HCC) has an open door policy           Programs. Additionally, all students              information is available at 443-518-4420
            of admission for students who           interested in nursing, cardiovascular             or intlstudent@howardcc.edu.
    have the maturity and ability to benefit        technology, emergency medical services,           The following information explains
    from the college's learning programs. No        radiologic technology, and other allied           admissions procedures for International
    student will be denied general admission        health career programs should consult             (F1) Students:
    to the college's credit programs except         the Office of Admissions and Advising
                                                                                                      International (F1) Students
    as prescribed by law.                           website to learn more about admissions
                                                                                                      Applying to Credit Degree and
    HCC's admissions policies are                   procedures, deadlines, and application
                                                                                                      Certificate Programs
    described in more detail in the college         fees required for the clinical component
                                                                                                      Students applying for F1 visa status
    catalogue. Further information is also          of some programs--
                                                                                                      must complete the International
    available on the HCC admissions web-            www.howardcc.edu/admissions; then
                                                                                                      Student Application for Credit Degree
    site: www.howardcc.edu/admissions.              select Nursing and Allied Health. To
                                                                                                      and Certificate Programs. Students
    Admissions policies, dates and                  attend an information session or for
                                                                                                      must include a $50 application fee, a
    deadlines for selective programs are            additional information, call (443-518-4230)
                                                                                                      Certification of Finances form (includ-
    subject to change.                              or e-mail (alliedhealth@howardcc.edu).
                                                                                                      ing financial verification), official high
                                                    Information sessions are available for
                                                                                                      school and postsecondary school tran-
    GENERAL ADMISSIONS                              nursing, cardiovascular technology, and
                                                                                                      scripts, proof of health insurance, and
    If you are enrolling in credit classes at       radiologic technology. All prospective
                                                                                                      proof of appropriate competencies in
    HCC for the first time (including HCC           nursing and radiologic technology
                                                                                                      English as demonstrated by an official
    courses at the Laurel College Center)…          students are required to attend an
                                                                                                      TOEFL Score Report. (Students already
    ❏ COMPLETE THE STANDARD APPLI-                  information session. There is a $25
                                                                                                      in the U.S. may take HCC’s English
       CATION FORM which is included in             application fee for the clinical
                                                                                                      placement exam instead.) For admis-
       this schedule (page 179). To apply           component of Nursing, CVT, and Rad
                                                                                                      sion to degree and certificate pro-
       online or to download a copy of              Tech.
                                                                                                      grams, score requirements are: 203 on
       the standard application, select         ●   MILITARY/VETERANS/BRAC                            the computer-based TOEFL; 537 on
       Apply to HCC; then select “Standard          The HCC application fee is waived for             the paper-based version; 74-75 on the
       Admissions for Credit Programs.”             all active duty military personnel and            TOEFL iBT; or the equivalent on
    ❏ PROVIDE PROOF OF RESIDENCY                    their dependents. Contact the Office of           HCC’s placement exam. All require-
       upon request.                                Admissions and Advising for informa-              ments must be completed and materi-
    ❏ SUBMIT STANDARD APPLICATION                   tion about enrollment, transcript evalu-          als submitted by very specific dead-
       AND $25 APPLICATION FEE to the               ation, and tuition assistance.                    lines. Students are strongly encouraged
       Office of Admissions and Advising.           Information is also available in the              to complete the application process

                     HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                 ●   www.howardcc.edu           ●
    early so they have substantial time to
    obtain their visa. For more informa-
                                                                                              NEW OR RETURNING                             5
    tion, application deadlines, and finan-                                                   STUDENTS
    cial certification requirements, please
    call 443-518-4420, e-mail                     JAMES W. ROUSE SCHOLARS
    intlstudent@howardcc.edu, or consult          PROGRAM
    the Admissions website: www.howard-           A selective admissions honors and
    cc.edu/admissions, then select                leadership program. Specific applica-
    International Citizens.                       tion materials must be submitted.             FREDERICK K. SCHOENBRODT
                                                     Application Fee: $35                       HONORS PROGRAM
    English Language Institute (ELI)                                                            The Frederick K. Schoenbrodt Honors
    All students must complete the English           Application Deadlines:
                                                     December* (Early Action)                   Program offers full- and part-time stu-
    Language Institute application and submit                                                   dents of all ages who are outstanding
    a $50 application fee. Students applying         January* (Regular Action)
                                                  *Specific dates each year                     academically, flexible opportunities to
    for F1 visa status must also submit an                                                      fulfill their general education require-
    official high school transcript or take the                                                 ments as part of a supportive, intellec-
    ELI placement test. A Certification of                                                      tual community that helps prepare
    Finances form (including financial verifi-                                                  them for more advanced study and
    cation), and proof of health insurance                                                      transfer. Application procedures for the
    must also be submitted. For more infor-                                                     Schoenbrodt Program are in addition
                                                  SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS
    mation, application deadlines, and finan-                                                   to standard application procedures or
                                                  PROGRAM
    cial certification requirements, call                                                       those for Freshman Focus Program.
                                                  A selective admissions program for
    443-518-1680, e-mail eli@howardcc.edu or                                                    For more information, contact the
                                                  students whose performance in high
    consult the ELI website at                                                                  Office of Admissions and Advising.
                                                  school does not reflect their academic
    www.howardcc.edu/eli.                                                                       Applications are accepted on an ongo-
                                                  potential. Specific application materials
●   CURRENT OR GRADUATING                         must be submitted.                            ing basis. There is no application fee.
    HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS                             Application Fee: $25
    In order to provide for a smooth transi-         Application Deadline: May                READMISSION
    tion into college, HCC has established                                                    Readmission to enroll in credit
    several enrollment programs specifically      For Current High School Students            programs is required under the
    for high school students. The college         Seeking Concurrent Enrollment:              following circumstances:
    also receives grant funding for some pro-                                                 ● General Readmission–If a student’s
    grams. For more information, please                  Early                                   last attendance was two or more
    check out our web site--
    www.howardcc.edu/admissions; then
                                                         Entrance                                consecutive years ago, and equals
                                                                                                 more than four major terms (i.e.,
    select Current and Graduating High            EARLY ENTRANCE PROGRAM
                                                                                                 Fall and Spring terms) student must
    School Students or contact your high          High school juniors and seniors may
                                                                                                 complete another standard applica-
    school guidance office or HCC’s Office        enroll at HCC for up to two courses per
                                                                                                 tion form. The $25 application fee is
    of Admissions and Advising for specific       semester. There are specific Early
                                                                                                 waived.
    admissions procedures                         Entrance application materials and admis-
                                                                                              ● Readmisson After Suspension for
    (hsinfo@howardcc.edu; 443-518-4599).          sions procedures. Students in grades 8-10
                                                                                                 Academic Reasons–Students must
                                                  who are enrolled in “Gifted and
    For Graduating High School                                                                   submit a written appeal to Retension
                                                  Talented” programs or who have other-
    Seniors:                                                                                     Services. Students seeking readmis-
                                                  wise demonstrated outstanding ability in
                                                                                                 sion for academic reasons, who
                                                  the course areas in which they seek to
                                                                                                 have not been enrolled for two or
                                                  enroll may be admitted for a maximum
                                                                                                 more years, must also follow the
                                                  of 2 courses per semester. Additional
                                                                                                 procedure described above.
                                                  admissions requirements are described
                                                                                              ● Other–Students seeking readmission
                                                  on the admissions website and in the
    FRESHMAN FOCUS PROGRAM                                                                       to the clinical component of an
                                                  HCC catalogue. Please consult the cata-
    An opportunity for graduating high                                                           allied health program must meet
                                                  logue or www.howardcc.edu/admissions
    school seniors to be admitted, test-                                                         with an allied health advisor in the
                                                  for more information.
    ed, advised, and registered prior to                                                         Office of Admissions and Advising
                                                     Application Fee: Waived
    high school graduation and HCC’s                                                             to determine the procedures they
                                                     Application Deadline: Ongoing
    general new student registration peri-                                                       must follow. Readmission to a clini-
    od. Specific application materials            The college reserves the right                 cal program is not guaranteed.
    must be submitted.                            to enroll secondary students
      Application Fee: Waived                     on a case-by-case basis.
      Application Deadline: mid-March

                    HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE               ●   www.howardcc.edu          ●
6   NONCREDIT STUDENTS                                  for Classes for detailed information.          requirements, and make transfer credit
                                                                                                       decisions.
    If you are not interested in receiving            STEP                                                You must declare a learning
    academic credit for your coursework,                                                               program to have an official transcript
    consider one of these options…
    ●   AUDITING CREDIT CLASSES
        Credit classes that are audited are not
        eligible for academic credit or a grade.
                                                            2                                          evaluation. Complete and submit a
                                                                                                       Transcript Evaluation Request Form, avail-
                                                                                                       able on the Admissions and Advising
                                                                                                       web site or at the office (RCF-242). The
                                                                                                       transcript evaluation fee is $15 for one
        Audit status can be converted to credit
        status and credit status to audit status,     Be Advised                                       program and $25 for multiple programs.
        but only in the first three weeks of class-                                                    Request that official copies of postsec-
                                                       Office of Admissions and                        ondary, military and transcripts of other
        es with written approval of the instructor     Advising
        or division chairperson. Admissons             443-518-1200; select #3 TTY/STS Use             prior coursework (including Howard
        procedures and tuition and fees are            MD Relay                                        County high school transcripts, if appro-
        identical to those for credit students (see    adm-adv@howardcc.edu                            priate) be sent directly to the Office of
        Step 1). Prerequisites must be met.            Located in RCF-242                              Admissions and Advising. Submission of
                                                       Hours of Operation Page 19                      an official high school transcript showing
    ●   CUSTOMCLASS                                    www.howardcc.edu/advising
        CustomClass is an option that enables                                                          proof of graduation is required for appli-
                                                               fter being admitted to the college,
        students 16 and older to enroll in
        credit classes without having to be
        admitted as credit students or meet
        course prerequisites. CustomClass stu-
                                                      A        it is important to understand the
                                                               requirements of your learning pro-
                                                      gram and your classes. This is the reason
                                                                                                       cants to the clinical portion of the
                                                                                                       Radiologic Technology program. Official
                                                                                                       CLEP, Dantes Subject Standardized Test
                                                                                                       (DSST), AP, and IB scores and other
                                                      all students–new and returning–must meet         prior learning experiences may be con-
        dents do not receive credit or grades
                                                      with an HCC academic advisor. The Office         sidered, too. Include catalogues and any
        but some courses are eligible for
                                                      of Admissions and Advising will assist you       other documentation that will facilitate
        Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or
                                                      in evaluating your prior learning experi-        your transcript evaluation. International
        certificates from the Continuing
                                                      ences. This office will also help you deter-     transcripts must be evaluated by an
        Education and Workforce Development
                                                      mine if placement testing is necessary or if     accredited international transcript evalua-
        Division. Students who select this
                                                      you qualify for a placement test exemption.      tion agency (such as WES). Course-to-
        option must do so at the time of
                                                      Returning students are encouraged to meet        course evaluations are required. The
        registration and cannot later change to
                                                      with their advisor at least once a semester      Office of Admissions and Advising does
        credit or audit status. CustomClass
                                                      to ensure they are on track with their aca-      not make recommendations regarding
        students do not follow credit applica-
                                                      demic program and transfer plans.                particular agencies but does maintain a
        tion procedures and do not pay appli-
                                                                                                       list of various accredited agencies at
        cation or consolidated fees. See page
        9 for a special CustomClass registra-
                                                      ALL STUDENTS                                     http://howardcc.edu/admissions/advising.
                                                      ❏ BE WISE, GET ADVISED Meet with an
        tion form and more information, or                                                             Select Transfer to HCC and International
                                                        academic advisor. Your advising assign-        College & University Credits.
        visit http://coned.howardcc.edu. Select         ment is posted online on your HCC
        CustomClass. Call 443-518-4659 for                                                           ❏ TAKE REQUIRED PLACEMENT TESTS
                                                        Express "My Profile" page. Regardless of
        more details.                                                                                  Unless an advisor provides an exemption
                                                        your advising assignment, you may
                                                                                                       based on prior college coursework or stan-
    ●   NONCREDIT CLASSES                               always receive assistance on a walk-in
                                                                                                       dardized test scores (SAT, ACT, Dantes
        HCC’s Division of Continuing                    basis from the Office of Admissions and
                                                                                                       Subject Standardized Test (DSST), AP,
        Education and Workplace                         Advising. Office hours are available on
                                                                                                       CLEP, IB), you are required to take English
        Development offers noncredit classes            page 19 and on the HCC Advising web
                                                                                                       and math placement tests by the time you
        that do not carry academic credit               site: www.howardcc.edu/advising.
                                                                                                       have accumulated 12 credits or for any
        but may provide Continuing                    ❏ SUBMIT TRANSCRIPTS AND OTHER
                                                                                                       courses with English and/or math prerequi-
        Education Units (CEUs) that can be              DOCUMENTATION OF PRIOR LEARN-
                                                                                                       sites. Testing is ongoing for the upcoming
        noted on resumes or other profes-               ING EXPERIENCES The college will eval-
                                                                                                       term, and should be completed in advance
        sional documentation.                           uate any prior learning experiences you
                                                                                                       of registration. Contact the Office of
        Information about all these options             have to help you plan your academic
                                                                                                       Admissions and Advising to schedule test-
        is available from the Office of                 program at HCC. College-level course
                                                                                                       ing and obtain test review materials.
        Admissions and Advising. Information            work, CLEP, Dantes Subject Standardized
                                                                                                       Practice packets are also available outside
        about CustomClasses, noncredit                  Test (DSST), Excelsior College Exams,
                                                                                                       the Office of Admissions and Advising and
        classes, and Continuing Education               IB, and AP exams, military training, and
                                                                                                       the Test Center or may be downloaded
        Units (CEUs) is available from the              other prior experiences may be consid-
                                                                                                       from www.howardcc.edu/advising. Select
        Division of Continuing Education and            ered. The Office of Admissions and
                                                                                                         est
                                                                                                       T Center; select Placement Test Prepara-
        Workforce Development                           Advising uses this information to provide
                                                                                                       tion from left side box. Prospective clinical
        (http://coned.howardcc.edu).                    course clearances, assess placement test

                        HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                  ●   www.howardcc.edu          ●
  nursing students must take the English            services for students meeting eligibility            these situations meet with an advisor
                                                                                                                                                        7
  placement exam regardless of prior college-       critiera, including low income, first                each term. Undeclared majors must
  level coursework unless they have earned          generation college, and those with                   select a program of study upon complet-
  a US bachelor’s degree by the application         learning, physical or other disabilities.            ing 12 credits and complete placement
  deadline.                                         Call 443-518-1340 or come to room                    testing if they do not have an exemption.
❏ OBTAIN PLACEMENT TEST RESULTS                     RCF-302A. The Counseling and Career                  In most cases, students who are not
  Obtain your results from the Office of            Services Office, room RCF-302A, 443-                 working toward an HCC-granted certificate
  Admissions and Advising. An academ-               518-1340, also provides career and per-              or degree are not eligible for federal or
  ic advisor will explain test results and          sonal counseling, and a wide range of                state financial aid or scholarships.
  assist with course scheduling, program            life planning services, including job                However, they may use the college's
  planning and registration.                        and internship assistance.                           tuition payment plan.
❏ LEARN MORE ABOUT PA           YING
                                                ●   NURSING AND ALLIED                               ●   STUDENTS ATTENDING
  COLLEGE COSTS Tuition and fees are
                                                    HEALTH STUDENTS                                      HCC WHILE ENROLLED
  due and payable according to the
                                                    If you are interested in Nursing,                    AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS
  Tuition and Fees Payment Schedule on
                                                    Cardiovascular Technology, Radiologic                Students interested in taking courses at
  page 13. Numerous opportunities exist to
                                                    Technology, Emergency Medical Services,              Howard Community College for transfer
  help you pay for college–including
                                                    or any of the Mid-Maryland Allied                    back to their home institution and/or
  government grants, scholarships, loans
                                                    Healthcare Education Consortium                      while also enrolled at another college or
  and the college’s payment plan. Be sure
                                                    Programs, you should review program                  university are responsible for applicable
  to complete financial aid forms online
                                                    materials, attend an appropriate informa-            procedures at each institution. This
  by the Priority Filing Date to maxi-
                                                    tion session (required for Nursing and               includes meeting with their home school
  mize your financial aid resources.
                                                    Radiologic Technology) and then meet                 advisor in advance to determine which
  For more information, visit HCC’s
                                                    with an allied health advisor to deter-              HCC courses will fulfill their program
  Pay for College website at
                                                    mine specific prerequisite coursework.               requirements and obtain written verifica-
  www.howardcc.edu/admissions/pay.
                                                    Prospective nursing students must                    tion of this for their records. Students
  This site includes a calculator to help
                                                    arrange to attend the appropriate Nursing            are also responsible for fulfilling any pre-
  you estimate your total cost of atten-
                                                    Information Session prior to meeting                 requisites HCC requires for enrolling in
  dance.
                                                    with an advisor. All prospective nursing             specific classes regardless of their home
❏ CHECK IMPORTANT ENROLLMENT
                                                    students must take the English place-                institution’s approval.
  DATES AND DEADLINES Available on
                                                    ment exam regardless of prior college-
  page 3 or on the HCC website–
                                                    level coursework with the exception of
  www.howardcc.edu/registration; select Dates
                                                    those who have earned a US bache-                STEP
  & Deadlines from sidebar. Take advantage
                                                    lor’s degree. A nursing admission assess-


                                                                                                            3
  of early registration opportunities.
                                                    ment is required for application to all
❏ CONSIDER ARRANGING SUPPORT SER-
                                                    clinical programs. Group nursing advising
  VICES FOR ANY SPECIAL NEEDS
                                                    is available each major term for students
  Students with disabilities should contact
                                                    currently enrolled in clinical nursing
  Disability Support Services immediately
                                                    course work. All clinical allied health stu-
  upon admission to the college and no
  later than two weeks prior to the start of
                                                    dents may also be seen individually in           Plan Class
  classes in order to arrange classroom
  and testing accommodations. Prior to          ●
                                                    the Office of Admissions and Advising.
                                                    NON-DEGREE/
                                                                                                     Schedule
  receiving accommodations and services,            CERTIFICATE STUDENTS                                 Office of Admissions and
  you must initiate a request with Disability       You may be taking credit courses without             Advising
  Support Services and supply appropriate           working toward an HCC-granted degree or              443-518-1300; TTY/STS Use MD
                                                                                                         Relay
  documentation of your disability. To              certificate. Students in this situation usual-       adm-adv@howardcc.edu
  arrange for a sign language interpreter           ly fall into one of three categories: they           Located in RCF-242
  for credit classes, contact 443-518-1300          have selected a program for which the                Hours of Operation Page 19
  (TTY/STS use MD Relay 71 or come1)                actual degree or certificate is offered              www.howardcc.edu/advising
  to RCF-302A. Finding available sign lan-          through a partner institution (such as               Class Planning Sheet Page 185
  guage interpreters is challenging.                Surgical Technology); they are preparing
  Therefore, you must contact DSS as                for certification of some kind external to               our academic advisor will provide
  early as possible to be assured that an
  interpreter will be arranged by the time
  your classes start.
      The Student Support Services
                                                    HCC (such as CPA Preparation); they are
                                                    taking classes for other reasons without
                                                    working toward a specific program or
                                                    goal and are "undeclared majors." It is
                                                                                                     Y       you with information regarding learn-
                                                                                                             ing programs, course selection, and
                                                                                                     transfer preparation as well as course
                                                                                                     scheduling. Understanding when courses
  Office provides free comprehensive                strongly recommended that students in all        are offered and the various


                  HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                     ●   www.howardcc.edu            ●
    formats available (such as lecture, hybrid,        Express, and Open Entry                           advisor based on prerequisites com-
8
    online, telecourses, etc.) is critical to your     offerings–on page 20.                             pleted elsewhere
    academic success as well as your timetable       ❏ REVIEW CLASS LOCATIONS Check                  ... obtained an advisor’s signature if
    for completing your studies.                       out offerings at the Laurel College               registering for more than 18 credits
    Whether you are a new student or a                 Center, especially if the LCC is con-             during a major semester (other
    continuing student, prepare for the                venient to your home, work, or                    credit limits apply for winter and
    upcoming term and beyond in the fol-               schedule. Review the LCC section on               summer semesters)
    lowing ways:                                       pages 151-164. Check out class loca-          ... settled all outstanding balances such
                                                       tions on HCC's main campus to help                as past due tuition & fees, library
    ❏ MEET WITH AN ACADEMIC                            you plan a convenient schedule.                   fines, and parking tickets
      ADVISOR See page 19 for the Office             ❏ COMPLETE A CLASS PLANNING                     ... been enrolled at HCC for four or
      of Admissions and Advising's hours.              SHEET See page 185 or obtain the                  more prior consecutive major terms.
      Refer to www.howardcc.edu/                       form online on the advising website.          ... met with an academic success coor-
      admissions; scroll down to contact                                                                 dinator if you are on academic
      information on the left for the most           ❏                                                   warning or probation.
      recent office hours posting.                                                                 ❏ FILL OUT REGISTRATION FORM.
    ❏ UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION                        STEP                                            Check to make sure you are regis-
      Check out your profile on your HCC                                                             tering for the correct section.
      Express “My Profile” screen or con-
      sult with your advisor. Be certain
      the information on file for you–such
      as phone numbers, address, e-mail,
      learning program–is up to date.
                                                            4                                      ❏ SELECT A REGISTRATION
                                                                                                     METHOD–Online, Touchtone
                                                                                                     Telephone, or In-Person (page 10).
                                                                                                   ❏ PAY FOR COLLEGE–See STEP 5 and

      Obtain the correct forms to make               Register for                                    HCC’s Pay for College web site.

      necessary changes.
    ❏ REVIEW YOUR PROGRAM AND                        Classes                                       SPECIAL REGISTRATION
      COURSE REQUIREMENTS Use the
                                                      Office of Records & Registration             PROCEDURES
      HCC catalogue and/or program plan-
      ning forms that apply to you. These             443-518-1240                                 ●   AUDITING CREDIT COURSES
      forms are available on the advising             Located in RCF-233                               As an HCC enrolled credit student,
      web site or from the Office of                  Hours of Operation Page 19                       you may audit a credit class if you
      Admissions and Advising. Many                   www.howardcc.edu/registration                    specify this designation at the time of
      courses have pre- or corequisites. Be                                                            registration. You must meet course
      certain you understand the differ-                   Registration Form Page 11                   prerequisites in order to audit a
      ence between Core Requirements                                                                   class. You will not receive a regular
                                                             ou’ve been accepted to HCC as
      and Elective Requirements. These
      courses are listed on page 174. Refer
      to the college catalogue for details
      regarding content, prerequisites, and
                                                     Y       a credit student, taken place-
                                                             ment tests, if necessary,
                                                     obtained any course clearances from
                                                                                                       grade or credit for audited courses.
                                                                                                       Instead, the course will appear on
                                                                                                       the student transcript with a grade of
                                                                                                       ‘N’, which will not count as part of
                                                     an academic advisor, and made a plan              the semester’s credit hour load or as
      number of credits.
                                                     for your course load and schedule for             credit toward graduation. An audited
    ❏ REVIEW SEMESTER COURSE
                                                     this term. Now you are ready to offi-             class can be changed only one time
      AVAILABILITY Use the HCC Express
                                                     cially enroll in your classes. Students           from audit to credit (or credit to
      Online Course Availability feature for
                                                     are strongly urged to register as early           audit) and ONLY during the first 3
      the most recent course information
                                                     as possible for the upcoming term.                weeks of a 15-week semester, or first
      about the coming term's offerings.
                                                     While students can register for open              week of a short semester.
      This feature provides the latest infor-
                                                     classes until the second class meeting,
      mation about where and when                                                                  ●   CUSTOMCLASS OPTION
                                                     they should avoid missing the first
      courses meet. Certain courses are                                                                Any credit courses can be taken as
                                                     class session. Be sure to review the
      not offered every term. Refer to the                                                             noncredit through CustomClass EXCEPT
                                                     dates and deadlines on page 3.
      list of Once-a-Year Course Offerings                                                             nursing (NURS) listings, cardiovascular
      on page 177.                                                                                     technology (CARD), radiologic tech-
    ❏ REVIEW CLASS FORMATS Based on
                                                     ALL STUDENTS –                                    nology (RADT), emergency medical
      your learning style, time demands,             ❏ YOU MAY BE PREVENTED FROM                       services (EMSP) and those designated
      and academic and career plans,                     REGISTERING IF YOU HAVE NOT:                  for the Police Academy. See page 9 for
      you may prefer certain class for-                  ... been officially accepted for admis-       a special CustomClass registration form.
      mats. Review the alternative learning                  sion to HCC                               Go to http://coned.howardcc.edu; select
      options–such as Telecourses, Online,               ... met all course prerequisites or           CustomClass. Call 443-518-4659 for details.
      Hybrid, Teleweb, Fast Track,                           obtained course clearances from an

                       HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                   ●   www.howardcc.edu         ●
                                                                                                                                                                                9




                                              CustomClass
                                 The Noncredit Way to Take a “Credit” Class
 Are there courses in HCC’s Credit Schedule of Classes you’d like to take, without
 having to worry about grades, exams, prerequisites, placement tests, and degrees?
CustomClass is your answer. You can attend                                            medical services (EMSP) and Police Academy. You must
classes listed in the Credit Schedule and get the                                     be age 16 or above.
knowledge you want, purely for fun and learning,
minus grades, tests and prerequisites. You won’t get                                  For more information, call Arnette at 443-518-4659
college degree credit but some courses qualify you                                    or email ahaywood@howardcc.edu.
for CEUs and a certificate if applicable. For more
information call 443-518-4659.                                                        To register, fax this form and credit card information
                                                                                      to 443-518-4333, or mail with payment to Howard
Cost savings, too: you only pay the noncredit in-                                     Community College, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway,
county tuition rate and course fees but not the consoli-                              Columbia, MD 21044-3197, Attn: Lock Box, Cashier's
dated fee.                                                                            Office, RCF-203, or bring form and payment to
Lots of choices! You can choose any credit classes                                    Registration Office, RCF-233, 8:45 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-
except nursing (NURS listings), cardiovascular technology                             Thursday, 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday. (Phone and web
(CARD), radiologic technology (RADT), emergency                                       registration not available.)



                                                                                                                CustomClass
                                                                                                            Registration Form                        PLEASE PRINT NEATLY

HCC Student ID# _________________________________________________________                                       † I am an HCC full-time employee or dependent.
Name
           Last                                                                               First                                                                      M.I.
Address
             Street Number and Name                                                                                                                        Apt./Unit

             City                                                                                 State            Zip                                County

            † I have lived at this address for at least three months                  Date of Birth:______/______/______                † I am over the age of 16.
Home Phone                                                              † TDD         GENDER:     † Male † Female
Business Phone                                                                        Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin? Yes___ No___
                                                                                      What is your race? Select one or more of the following categories:
E-Mail Address                                                                        ___American Indian or Alaska Native ___Asian ___Black or African American
† Phone number(s) new since last registration                                         ___Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander ___White
                                                                                      For race definitions, visit www.howardcc.edu/visitors/Webmaster/race_ethnicity.html
† I qualify for senior (age 60)/disability tuition waiver.
  Course No.                Index No.         Year                         Title                               Term (Fall/Winter/          Tuition + Fees          Student
                                                                                                       Spring/Summer)                                               Type
    ACCT-111
__________________             1002
                          _______________    SP/11
                                            _________          Principles of Accounting I ÍSAMPLEÎ Spring
                                                         __________________________________________ ___________________                      $348 + $25
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__________________        _______________   _________    __________________________________________ ___________________                  ___________________             CE
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                                                                                       Out-of-county Maryland residents add $10;
                                                                                 Out-of-state residents add $20. Includes seniors.        ___________________
 See Tuition & Fees Table in Schedule
                                                                                           If your tuition is waived, pay only a $30
 of Credit Classes for tuition rate.                                     registration fee per course and other course fees, if any.       ___________________

                                                                                                                              TOTAL       ___________________

Signature_______________________________________________________________________________________________________                       Date_____________________________
                                I certify that all of the above information is true and correct.

FOR FAX-IN OR MAIL-IN:                                             (circle one)


Card#                                                                                                                                  Exp. Date

Cardholder’s Name (Please print legibly)                                              Signature

        Fax this form with credit card info. to: 443-518-4333 or mail with payment to Howard Community College, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway,
                      Columbia, MD 21044-3197, ATTN: Lock Box, Cashier's Office, RCF203. Include address and phone on check.
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     HCC EXPRESS/WEB REGISTRATION Available daily from 8 a.m. until midnight. You may want to
     read and print the “How to Register” Tutorial before registering.
     YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL 9 STEPS
     1. Begin by going to www.howardcc.edu
     2. Click on HCC Express and then choose “Click here to Access HCC Express.”
     3. Click on Login.
     4. Enter your HCC Express Login ID and Password. Click submit once.
         a. If you are unsure of your login id, click "What's my Login ID?" for assistance.
         b. You must change your password after your first successful login. If you can't remember your password, click “Reset My
            Password” for assistance.
     5. Click on Credit/Undergraduate
     6. Click on Register/Drop/Withdraw courses
     7. To register (add classes), or drop/withdraw from classes:
         a. To add classes to your Preferred Sections shopping cart, click once on the link the prompt “To add classes to
            your Preferred Sections shopping cart.”
             ● Enter the course 4-digit course synonym/index in the Synonym field.

             ● Select the term from the Term drop-down box.

             ● Click submit once to place your selections in your Preferred Sections shopping cart. NOTE: YOU ARE NOT

                REGISTERED FOR CLASSES AT THIS POINT!
             ● Your class selections display in your Preferred Sections followed by your current registrations.

               „ To register or audit ALL classes, select the appropriate action from the Action for ALL Pref. Sections drop-
                  down menu.
               „ To register or audit individual classes, select the appropriate action from the Action drop-down menu that
                 precedes each class listed in your Preferred Sections shopping cart.
         b. To drop or withdraw from classes, click once on the link after the prompt "To drop or withdraw classes."
             ● Find the class that you wish to drop/withdraw from on your Current Registrations list.

             ● Click on the box preceding the class.

     8. Click submit once and your new schedule will display. Print a copy for your records after reviewing the status
         column to confirm that your registration choices were successful.
     9. You may pay your bill by credit card by clicking on the PAY MY BILL link. To sign-up for the FACTS payment plan,
         return to the main menu and click the appropriate option under "Financial Profile."

     TOUCHTONE/TELEPHONE REGISTRATION Available daily from 8 a.m. until midnight.
     1. Complete the Registration Form/Worksheet.
     2. Call TouchTone Telephone Registration at 443-518-1040. Students with disabilities needing assistance should call
         Voice/TDD 443-518-1300 to arrange services.
     3. Listen to instructions and select the following at the appropriate prompts:
         a. Select "1" to register for credit classes.
         b. To use your student ID#, select "1."
         c. To use your Social Security Number, select "2."
     4. Key in your PIN.
     5. Select the semester. (You may only register for one semester at a time.)
     6. Select a transaction type (Add/Drop/Review).
     7. Key in the 4-digit synonym for the course you wish to add or drop. (For example, 5130).
     8. Select a grading option (regular or audit).
     9. When you have finished your transactions, listen for instructions to review your schedule. Press "6" to complete
         your registration.
     10. Listen for the amount of your tuition and fees. You may pay your bill over the phone by credit card (Visa or Mastercard
         only). Otherwise, payment must be made by the payment deadline or by the next business day.

     IN-PERSON REGISTRATION
     1. All students are assigned to an academic advisor. Check at the Office of Admissions and Advising for the name and
        location of your advisor. You are urged to discuss your course selection and schedule with your advisor.
     2. Obtain any necessary waiver codes/waiver slips from the Office of Admissions and Advising or division office.
     3. Complete the credit registration form located on the next page.
     4. Take your completed registration form and any clearance slips to the Registration Office (RCF-233) during regular business
        hours. See page 19 for hours of operation. See Payment Schedule on page 13.
     **Though drop and withdraw involve the same process in HCC Express, they have different academic and financial aid
       consequences.
     **More information about auditing credit classes is available on pages 6 and 8.


                    HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE               ●   www.howardcc.edu        ●
                                                         YEAR _____                 Credit Registration – Photo ID Required                      11
                                                                                      Complete a separate form for each semester

                                                             Winter       Spring       Sum I       Sum I Extended    Sum 2    Sum 3      Fall

                                              Mr.          Ms.                 Check here if over 60

Student ID #



Last Name



First Name                                                      Middle Name or Initial                  Email Address



Street Number and Apartment                                                  Residence County           Cell Phone



City                                           State         ZIP                   Home Phone

Colleges and universities are asked by many, including federal and state governments and national surveys, to describe the racial/ethnic
backgrounds of our students and employees. You should answer both questions.
Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin?         Yes     No
What is your race? Select one or more of the following categories:
   American Indian or Alaskan Native           Asian      Black or African American        Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander           White
Definitions of these terms are available online: www.howardcc.edu/Visitors/Webmaster/race_ethnicity.html.

COURSE SELECTION (List ALL course information requested below. See example.)
   INDEX #               COURSE & NUMBER                  SECTION        CR HRS       GRADING OPTION         DAY(S) & TIME(S) OF CLASS
                                                                                        Credit or Audit

8 8 8 8                      ACCT 111                           201           3            Credit              T TH 9:30 – 10:50 AM




BEFORE REGISTRATION, STUDENTS MUST OBTAIN:
(1) Prerequisite waiver(s) cleared through the Admissions Office.
(2) Advisor’s signature REQUIRED for over 18 semester hours.

I understand I am responsible for, and agree to pay, all charges I incur at HCC. If I DROP/ADD or
WITHDRAW, I must do so in accordance with the policies and procedures in the Schedule of Classes. I
certify that the above information is true and correct.
Student’s Signature ________________________________________                                          Date ___________________
Advisor’s Signature/Phone ______________________________________                                      Date ___________________



                HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                    ●    www.howardcc.edu              ●
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                                                                                          WINTER & SPRING 2011
                                                                                               Tuition & Fees
                                                                                      All fees and tuition are subject to change



     X 1        TUITION
                When you were admitted to HCC you were classified as an in-county, out-of-county or out-of-state resident.
                Use the appropriate table to determine your tuition. Example: An in-county resident taking 12 credits would
                pay $1,392 in tuition (senior citizens can omit this section).

                    In-County Tuition Rates             Out-of-County Tuition Rates              Out-of-State Tuition Rates
                 Credits   Amount   Credits   Amount    Credits   Amount    Credits   Amount    Credits   Amount      Credits   Amount

                    1      $116       10      $1160         1      $199       10      $1990       1        $244         10      $2440

                    2      $232       11      $1276         2      $398       11      $2189       2        $488         11      $2684

                    3      $348       12      $1392         3      $597       12      $2388       3        $732         12      $2928

                    4      $464       13      $1508         4      $796       13      $2587       4        $976         13      $3172

                    5      $580       14      $1624         5      $995       14      $2786       5       $1220         14      $3416

                    6      $696       15      $1740         6     $1194       15      $2985       6       $1464         15      $3660

                    7      $812       16      $1740         7     $1393       16      $2985       7       $1708         16      $3660

                    8      $928       17      $1740         8     $1592       17      $2985       8       $1952         17      $3660

                    9      $1044      18      $1740         9     $1791       18      $2985       9       $2196         18      $3660


     X 2        CONSOLIDATED FEE
                All students, including senior citizens, pay the fee. The appropriate fee is listed next to the number of cred-
                its for which you are enrolling. Example: a student taking 12 credits would pay $233.16.

                           Consolidated Fee — Required of All Students (Including Senior Citizens)
                 Credits   Amount   Credits   Amount    Credits   Amount    Credits   Amount    Credits   Amount      Credits   Amount

                    1      $19.43     4       $77.72        7     $136.01     10      $194.30     13      $252.59       16      $291.45

                    2      $38.86     5       $97.15        8     $155.44     11      $213.73     14      $272.02       17      $291.45

                    3      $58.29     6       $116.58       9     $174.87     12      $233.16     15      $291.45       18      $291.45


     X 3        LAB/ADDITIONAL FEES
                If the course(s) in which you are enrolling thas an additional fee, the amount is listed with the course in
                the class listings. (Senior citizens must pay any lab fees.)




                                                        X
                                                                      1       TUITION

                    Calculate                                         2       CONSOLIDATED FEE                        +
                    Your Bill
                                                                      3       FEES
                                                                              Total for all classes (from listings)
                                                                                                                      +


                                                                              TOTAL
      A payment plan is available to assist students in making tuition payments for spring and fall terms only. Join
                   online on HCC Express at HCCExpress.net. Call 443-518-1863 for more information.
                 HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE               ●   www.howardcc.edu          ●
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Pay Tuition                                           address and phone number on the
                                                      face of the check. Returned checks
                                                                                                                   senior students are obligated to pay all
                                                                                                                   additional college fees. Any paperwork
& Fees                                                are subject to a $25 service charge.
                                                      Payment can also be made online by
                                                                                                                   required for the waiver is due to the office
                                                                                                                   of records and registration at the time of
 Finance Office                                       accessing HCC Express. If a student’s                        registration.
 443-518-1862                                         financial obligation has not been satis-
                                                                                                                   RETIRED & DISABLED
 Located in RCF-201                                   fied, the college will withhold grades,
                                                                                                                   Tuition is waived for students who are dis-
 Hours of Operation                                   transcripts, and registration as detailed
                                                                                                                   abled and no longer in the work force as
 Page 19                                              below in “Special Polices.”
                                                                                                                   defined by the Social Security or Railroad
 www.howardcc.edu/business services/                ❏ REFER TO SPECIAL POLICIES & PRO-
                                                                                                                   Retirement Acts, but they are obligated to
 BusinessOffices.html                                 CEDURES BELOW, IF APPLICABLE.
                                                                                                                   pay all additional college fees. Waiver
                                                                                                                   forms may be picked up in the Admissions
 Check HCC’s Paying for College                     SPECIAL RATE                                                   & Advising Office, RCF-242 or in the
 website–www.howardcc.edu/                          CALCULATIONS                                                   Student Support Services Office, RCF-302.
                                                                                                                   Any paperwork required for the waiver is
 admissions/pay.                                    Your rates may differ if any of the
                                                    following situations apply to you…                             due to the Cashier’s Office at the time of
        tep 5 is the final step required to                                                                        registration.

S       complete your enrollment. Either
        payment in full, or the necessary
documentation of an alternative financial
                                                    INTERNATIONAL CITIZENS
                                                    In accordance with state law, tuition for
                                                    international citizens is based upon immi-
                                                    gration and residency status upon HCC
                                                                                                                   HEALTH PERSONNEL/
                                                                                                                   HEALTH MANPOWER
                                                                                                                   SHORTAGE PROGRAMS AND
arrangement, is due to the Cashier’s Office                                                                        STATEWIDE PROGRAMS (SP)
by the payment due date. Any financial              admission. International citizens with resi-
                                                    dency cards, refugee or asylee status, or A,                   If you are enrolled in one of these pro-
alternative, including the payment plan,                                                                           grams as approved by the state of
tuition waivers, employer purchase orders,          BC, E, G, H1, I, K1, K2, L, N, O, R, SN, T,
                                                    U, and V visas are eligible for in-county/in-                  Maryland for Howard Community College,
and financial aid awards, should be coordi-                                                                        as a legal Maryland resident you are enti-
nated with the registration process and             state tuition based upon place of residence
                                                    while in the U.S., providing they submit                       tled to attend the college at in-county rates.
must be in place by the payment due                                                                                Benefits apply only to tuition, not to admis-
date. Any remaining balance on a student’s          acceptable documentation of immigration
                                                    status. Other international citizens will be                   sion. Please refer to our catalogue for more
account must also be paid by the payment                                                                           information about these programs.
due date.                                           charged the out-of-state tuition rate.
❏ CALCULATE YOUR TUITION & FEES.                    MILITARY PERSONNEL
   Tuition rates are based on your residen-         & VETERANS
                                                                                                                   SPECIAL POLICIES
   cy classification as either in-county, out-of-   Active duty military personnel and their                       COLLECTION PROCEDURES
   county, or out-of-state. Refer to the Tuition    dependents are eligible to pay in-state                        Students are held responsible for any
   & Fees Calculation Tables on page 12.            tuition even if their legal residence is out-                  balances on their account. This includes
   Refer to “Special Rate Calculations”             side Maryland. Active duty personnel and                       balances which are the result of pay-
   below if applicable.                             their dependents residing in Howard                            ments or purchase orders made on
❏ SATISFY YOUR FINANCIAL OBLIGA-                    County are eligible to pay in-county tuition.                  behalf of the student but not honored,
   TION AT THE TIME OF REGISTRA-                    Active members of the Maryland National                        or an amount not covered by Financial
   TION. HCC accepts cash, checks,                  Guard are entitled to a 50% tuition discount                   Aid. The college reserves the right to
   money orders, credit cards (VISA,                based on their legal in-county residency, or                   deregister students who have not satis-
   MasterCard, Discover and American                25% discount for out-of-county or out-of-state                 fied their balance by the published due
   Express) and employer purchase                   legal residency. The discount does not                         dates. A student’s grades, transcripts and
   orders as payment toward student                 apply to additional college fees.                              subsequent registrations will be withheld
   tuition and fees. Checks and money                                                                              until any outstanding balance is paid in
   orders should be made payable to                 SENIOR CITIZENS                                                full. The college will make every effort
   Howard Community College and                     Tuition is waived for students 60 years
                                                                                                                   to contact the student, but if unsuccess-
   include the student’s name, current              of age or older residing in Maryland, but
                                                                                                                   ful the account will be turned over to a

                    HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                     ●   www.howardcc.edu                  ●
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     collection agency and an additional             VETERANS BENEFITS                                  a process called verification. HCC also
     charge of 25% of the outstanding balance        A student planning to apply for bene-              reserves the right to select applicants.
     will be added to the student’s account.         fits should contact the Office of                  Students whose files are selected for verifi-
     Once the account has been sent to col-          Records and Registration as soon                   cation must submit all required documents
     lections, the student is responsible for        as the student has enrolled in the col-            in order to complete their files; no financial
     payment of the outstanding balance and          lege or registers for classes, to com-             aid will be awarded or disbursed until all
     collection costs. If payment is made with       plete the paperwork necessary for pay-             required documentation has been received
     cash, credit card or money order, the           ment from the VA. Tuition and fees                 and reviewed.
     hold on the account will be removed             are paid up front by the student and               Students should submit documents as soon
     immediately. If payment is made with a          not by the Veterans Administration.                as possible, but no later than their last date
     personal check, the hold will not be            HCC does not participate in the VA                 of attendance for that term. If documents
     released for 10 business days.                  Advance Pay Program. Contact the                   are received by Financial Aid Services after
     GENERAL TUITION REFUNDS                         Office of Records & Registration for               a student's last date of attendance, the doc-
     To be eligible to receive a refund, a stu-      more information (RCF-233; 443-518-                uments will not be reviewed and the stu-
     dent must officially drop a class and           1240; www.howardcc.edu/registration;               dent will not be entitled to any financial
     request the refund before the deadlines         select Veterans Affairs).                          aid for that semester.
     published in this Schedule on Page 3.           VETERANS’ DEFERRED                                 As HCC reviews verification documents,
     Stopping payment on a tuition check or          PAYMENT PLAN                                       corrections to a student's Institutional
     not attending a class does not constitute       Veterans and dependents of veterans dis-           Student Information Record (ISIR) may be
     an official drop. Students are eligible for a   abled or deceased as a result of military          necessary. These corrections will be elec-
     100% refund of all tuition and course fees      service can make special financial arrange-        tronically submitted by the college, and the
     until the end of the first week of a 15-        ments through HCC’s Veterans’ Deferred             student will be notified of the corrections
     week semester, then graduated refunds           Payment Plan. This plan allows payment of          via a corrected Student Aid Report (SAR)
     thereafter: 75% of tuition and consolidated     tuition and fees to be deferred, interest free,    sent from the U.S. Department of
     fees only (no course fees) until the end        until students’ veterans benefits are received.    Education.
     of the second week, and 50% of tuition          The Veterans’ Deferred Payment Plan must           Sometimes students are selected for
     only (no course fees) until the end of the      be renewed each semester. Veterans are             verification after their awards have
     third week. Refunds are not issued after        also entitled to other forms of financial assis-   been made and funds have been dis-
     the end of the third week. During sum-          tance such as work study and scholarships.         bursed for the semester. In such an
     mer, winter, or variable time sessions, stu-
                                                                                                        event, no further financial aid will be
     dents are eligible for refunds only during      FINANCIAL AID SERVICES                             awarded or disbursed until verification
     the first few days of classes; refer to the
                                                                                                        is complete. If verification causes a
     deadlines published in that session’s               443-518-1260                                   change to the student's awards for the
     Schedule of Classes. Please allow 2-3               Located in RCF-222                             academic year, he or she may be
     weeks to receive your refund. The college           Hours of Operation                             required to repay aid. HCC will notify
     does not issue cash refunds. Tuition and            Page 19                                        students who owe overpayments of
     fees paid by credit card will be refunded           www.howardcc.edu/financialaid                  aid. If the funds are not repaid to the
     to the credit card used in making the pay-
                                                                                                        college within the timeframe specified
     ment. All tuition paid by using the FACTS       Howard Community College maintains a
                                                                                                        in the notice of overpayment, the stu-
     payment plan will be refunded by check.         program of grants, scholarships, loans and
                                                                                                        dent's debt will be referred to the
                                                     part-time employment for eligible students.
                                                                                                        U. S. Department of Education for col-
     TUITION PAYMENT PLAN                            ●   APPLICATION PROCEDURES                         lection. The student will not be eligi-
     It is a goal of the college that no stu-
                                                     Students must complete the Free                    ble for financial aid at any institution
     dent should be restricted from attend-
                                                     Application for Federal Student Aid                until that debt is repaid in full.
     ing this institution because of financial
                                                     (FAFSA) to begin the application proce-
     hardship. HCC offers a tuition payment                                                             ●   ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
                                                     dure. The FAFSA link is available on the
     plan through NelNet Business Solutions                                                             Students who wish to receive financial
                                                     HCC website at www.howardcc.edu/finan-
     (formerly FACTS Management                                                                         aid must meet specific eligibility
                                                     cialaid. Students seeking any type of finan-
     Company) to ease this burden. This                                                                 requirements. For a complete listing of
                                                     cial aid are strongly urged to apply by the
     information and payment plan applica-                                                              requirements, please refer to the most
                                                     March 1 priority filing date. Students and/or
     tion are available online on HCC’s                                                                 recent HCC Catalogue or the HCC
                                                     parents who would like to apply for a loan
     website under the Current Students                                                                 website. Students receiving certain
                                                     should also complete the on-line loan
     and Pay for College sections.                                                                      types of financial aid are required to
                                                     process on the HCC website.
     Information brochures are available at                                                             attempt or maintain a minimum num-
     the cashier’s window and in the                 ●   VERIFICATION POLICY                            ber of credits per semester in order to
     Finance office.                                 The U.S. Department of Education selects           keep the full aid award.
                                                     certain financial aid applicants for review in


                       HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                   ●   www.howardcc.edu             ●
●   AWARDING POLICY                              with complete financial aid files. Any credit
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Financial aid is not awarded until all           balance created from financial aid funds
required information has been received           that exceed the total of tuition, fees and      STEP
and reviewed by Financial Aid Services.          books and supplies purchased in the HCC
A student's registration for any term will
not be held unless the aid has been
awarded prior to the bill due date.
Students can view their financial aid
                                                 Bookstore is mailed directly to the student.
                                                 Checks are mailed within 14 calendar days
                                                 of the date the credit balance is created.
                                                 ●   PAYMENT REQUIREMENT
                                                                                                       6
award amounts on HCC Express, at
www.HCCExpress.net.
                                                 If the amount of tuition and fees due
                                                 to the college is not entirely paid by
                                                                                                 Get Ready
●   CENSUS DATE
Students may receive aid only for classes
                                                 financial aid, the student is responsible
                                                 for paying the remaining charges
                                                                                                 for Class
in which they are registered as of the           according to the college's payment               Textbooks will be available in
last date to drop for the regular                schedule. Financial Aid students who                the store and online for
semester. Students may not receive aid           wish to drop their classes are advised          Winter on December 6, 2010, and
for late start classes such as Office            to do so during the 100% refund peri-           for Spring on January 18, 2011.
Technology or mini-session classes such          od. Students who drop classes after
as Microsoft, unless they registered for         this period will be responsible for any         BOOKSTORE
these classes during the official drop           outstanding charges. Dates and dead-            Textbooks play an important part in suc-
period. The Schedule of Classes contains         lines for dropping classes are pub-             cessful learning and are required for
the specific date each term.                     lished each term in the Schedule of             most credit courses. The HCC Bookstore
                                                 Classes.                                        provides for all of your textbook needs
●   DISBURSEMENT                                                                                 and also stocks academic supplies, best-
    PROCEDURES                                   For more information about financial aid,       sellers, greeting cards, collegiate sports-
After approximately the fourth week of the       scholarships, loans and work study, or          wear and many other items.
semester, financial aid is applied directly to   assistance in the application process, please
the college tuition bill amount for students     contact the Financial Aid Services Office.      BOOKSTORE SHOPPING –
                                                                                                    443-518-1400
                                                                                                    RCF-113
    Other Things to Know About Financial Aid...                                                  Bring your registration receipt to match
    What Happens if You Never Attend A Class?                                                    your course and section numbers to the
    If you register for a class and never attend, you may receive a grade of “NA”                semester booklists provided for your use
    from the instructor. The “NA” grade will be reported to Financial Aid Services               in the Bookstore. Textbooks are shelved
    after the third week of classes. The office will reevaluate your eligibility, which          alphabetically by course name. Follow
    may result in cancellation or reduction of your financial aid for the semester.              the color-coding system in the store to
    However, your tuition bill will NOT be adjusted and the charge for the course                determine which books are required,
    will remain your responsibility.
                                                                                                 optional, for Telecourse use, or
    Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards                                                     previously used copies.
    Students receiving financial aid are required to be in good standing and to main-
    tain satisfactory academic progress toward their degree/certificate requirements for         TEXTBOOKS FOR LAUREL
    each semester in which they are enrolled. HCC determines these standards in                  COLLEGE CENTER (LCC)–The
    accordance with federal regulations. Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards are            Laurel College Center does not
    available in the HCC Catalogue, the HCC website at www.howardcc.edu and                      have an on-site college bookstore.
    Financial Aid Services.                                                                      You may purchase your books
    Return of Title IV Funds Regulations                                                         directly from the HCC Bookstore
    Students receiving financial aid have the responsibility to follow the college’s with-       for all classes offered at LCC .
    drawal procedures as outlined in the HCC Catalogue. Students who withdraw from               At your request, textbooks from
    HCC (officially or unofficially) may have their aid reduced by a Federal Return of           the bookstore can be delivered
    Title IV Funds calculation. This may result in the student owing funds to the col-
                                                                                                 directly to LCC for easy pick up.
    lege, the U.S. Department of Education, or both. Students who wish to withdraw
    from all of their classes at HCC should meet with an HCC Financial Aid                       ONLINE SHOPPING –
    Counselor prior to withdrawing. The complete Return of Title IV Funds Policy is              Students enrolled for all HCC courses
    available in the HCC Catalogue.                                                              can order textbooks from the HCC
    Information Dissemination and Report Disclosure                                              Bookstore through the Internet with all
    The U.S. Department of Education requires HCC to disseminate information and                 major credit cards or Financial Aid
    disclose certain information to students. This information includes: Voter                   awards. Online ordering is easy and
    Registration, Equity in Athletics, Campus Crime and Security, Completion and                 has many advantages, including UPS
    Transfer Out Rates, and Drug and Alcohol-Free Campus. For further information
    on the listed topics, please inquire within Financial Aid Services.                          shipping to your home at no extra
                                                                                                 charge, www.howardccbooks.com.


                   HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                   ●   www.howardcc.edu          ●
     TEXTBOOK REFUND POLICY                         This information may include names,            puter labs, college functions, and the ath-
16   Your cash register or credit card receipt is   date of birth, addresses, e-mail               letic and fitness center. They are
     required for all refunds. NO EXCEPTIONS.       addresses, telephone numbers, major            required to check out materials from the
     New textbooks must be returned in new          fields of study, attendance dates, degrees,    HCC Library.
     and unsoiled condition and, if packaged in     honors, and awards, participation in              ID cards are issued to students at the
     shrink-wrap, unopened. Bookstore staff will    officially recognized college activities or    Security Office (RCF-117) after registering
     determine acceptable refund condition.         sports and athletic team members'              for classes. Students must have their
     Defective books will be replaced at no         weight and height. The college generally       card re-validated following registration
     charge. Refund time limits also apply, as      will release only the student's name,          each term.
     follows: FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS: text-        dates of attendance, degrees, and honors          To obtain an ID card, you need:
     books must be returned within the first two    earned as directory information.               • Proof of HCC enrollment (tuition
     weeks of the semester. WINTER, SUMMER             To have directory information withheld,        receipt or class schedule)
     SESSIONS & CONTINUING EDUCATION:               notify the registrar in writing. The college   • A valid photo ID
     textbooks must be returned within the first    honors such requests only for the current      • Vehicle Parking Permit Number and
     week of the session. Textbooks for courses     term; students should file renewed                Vehicle Tag Number
     that run less than one week are not return-    requests at the start of each term.               All students are responsible for
     able. Textbook purchases during the semes-                                                    knowing their student ID number, also
                                                    ●  PARKING PERMITS
     ter must be returned within one week of                                                       used for many transactions. Whenever
                                                    All vehicles parked on campus must
     purchase for refund. Special order books                                                      possible, students are urged to provide
                                                    display a valid parking permit. Students
     and non-text books (reference and test                                                        their student ID number rather than their
                                                    must register their vehicle and obtain a
     prep books, for example) as well as calcu-                                                    social security number (SSNs should
                                                    parking permit from the Security Office in
     lators, electronics, computer diskettes, and                                                  only be provided when required; for
                                                    the Rouse Company Foundation Building.
     software are not refundable.                                                                  example, for certain financial aid
                                                    Student parking permits are valid for one
                                                                                                   documents.) Students are also strongly
     THE WELCOME &                                  academic year (beginning in August) and
                                                                                                   advised to safely maintain all documents
     INFORMATION CENTER                             allow parking only in the student-
                                                                                                   that have identifying information on
     The Welcome and Information Center             designated lots. Unauthorized parked
                                                                                                   them, especially ID or SSN.
     operates the campus switchboard and            vehicles are subject to traffic citations
     also has campus counter service loca-          and/or towing at the owner’s expense.          LOCKS & LOCKERS
     tions. The center provides students with       ● MAPS & CAMPUS CALENDAR                       All college lockers require locks that are
     general information regarding college pro-     Visit the Welcome & Information Center         purchased from the Bookstore at a cost
     grams, services and course information.        for copies of various maps of the              of $6 each. All locks must be removed
     The center also provides information           campus layout and individual buildings,        from lockers the last day of the credit
     about office hours, locations, and direc-      or visit the HCC website                       spring semester and may be returned to
     tions to and within the campus. It assists     www.howardcc.edu. Click on “About              the Bookstore for a $3 refund. Without
     students with quick access to their aca-       HCC” for directions, maps, classroom           notice the college may remove a lock
     demic schedules, notary services, voter        locations, and other information to help       that is not a college lock or that remains
     registration forms, and various campus         you get to and around our campus               on a locker between the last day of cred-
     publications such as the catalogue, sched-     locations.                                     it spring semester and the first day of
     ule of classes, student handbook and             Visit the HCC website                        Summer Session. HCC holds no respon-
     campus maps. The online campus calen-          www.howardcc.edu and click on “News            sibility for the lock or locker contents. To
     dar and campus display monitors are            and Events” for featured events and            use a locker at the Athletic and Fitness
     maintained by the Welcome and                  activities. The on-line campus calendar is     Center, you must register with the
     Information Center. Call 443-518-1000          available at www.howardcc.edu/calendar         Athletic and Fitness Center Tech Office.
     (TTY users call via MD Relay).                 and includes the college's numerous            Lockers are available on a semester basis
                                                    academic, athletic, cultural, and social       only. There are also limited daily lockers
     ● NOTARY SERVICES
                                                    events and activities for the entire           available, but you must remove the lock
     Current students are eligible to have their
                                                    college community.                             after class. No registration is necessary
     school related documents notarized free
                                                                                                   for these type of lockers.
     of charge. To take advantage of this
     service, students must come to one of          STUDENT ID CARDS, ID
                                                                                                   CHILD CARE SERVICES
     the Welcome Center locations and               NUMBERS AND IDENTITY
                                                                                                   The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) func-
     present a valid photo ID, such as a            PROTECTION
                                                                                                   tions as both a campus child care center
     driver's license photo, and proof of           Howard Community College has estab-
                                                                                                   and a lab school for HCC students in pro-
     enrollment at the college.                     lished processes to enable student to
                                                                                                   grams working with young children. Part-
                                                    protect identity and confidentiality rights.
     ● DIRECTORY INFORMATION                                                                       time and full-time educational childcare
                                                    Students are expected to have their col-
     The Family Educational Rights and                                                             services are available for children (ages 8
                                                    lege photo ID cards with them at all
     Privacy Act (FERPA) allows the Director                                                       weeks-24 months) of HCC students, and for
                                                    times when on campus. These cards are
     of Records and Registration (Registrar) to                                                    children (ages 24 months-5 years) of HCC
                                                    required to transact most college busi-
     release student directory information.                                                        students, staff and faculty. Rates vary. Low-
                                                    ness and for admittance to student com-

                       HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                 ●   www.howardcc.edu          ●
income students may be eligible for subsi-        setting, and innovative programming                  Internet access, scanners, CD/DVD writ-
dies. The center is open M–F from 7:15            that support students’ academic                      ers, printers, and software packages
                                                                                                                                                      17
a.m. to 6 p.m. For further information, con-      persistence and success.                             based upon the needs of the academic
tact the Child Care Director at 443-518-4150.     ● SERVICES FOR STUDENTS                              community. Credit students may enter
                                                     WITH DISABILITIES (DSS)                           the lab and log into a computer using
                                                     443-518-1300, RCF-302                             their student email login ID and pass-
                                                  Accommodation determination based on                 word (see below). Alumni with member-
STEP                                                                                                   ship ID may use a computer after regis-
                                                  disability and appropriate documentation;
                                                  provides coordination of services such               tering with lab staff and presenting a


      7                                           as note takers, interpreters, extended
                                                  time for tests; advocacy and self-
                                                  advocacy training; specialized equipment
                                                  and adaptive software.
                                                                                                       valid ID or pass. The computer lab staff
                                                                                                       will assist users with login, software, and
                                                                                                       hardware problems in the lab.
                                                                                                       ●  COMPUTER FILE STORAGE
                                                                                                       Students are encouraged to use flash
Succeed &                                         ● STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
                                                     PROGRAM(SSSP)                                     (thumb) drives for storage of personal
                                                                                                       files in the classrooms and computer
Enjoy!                                               443-518-1300, RCF-302
                                                  Provides a more personalized, structured             labs. Network file storage is available via
                                                                                                       the internet. Stop by the Computer Labs
                                                  continuum of support services including
Whether you’re attending HCC full-time or         mentoring opportunities, transfer initiatives,       in DH-110 or CL-129 or contact the
taking a single class, college will become a      and learning community activities for eligi-         Technology Help Desk (see below) for
significant part of your life. HCC provides a     ble students meeting federal guidelines of           information and assistance in setting up
large network of services and opportunities       low-income and/or first generation college           your student web storage folder.
to help you succeed and enjoy a full              and/or documented disability.                        ●  STUDENT EMAIL
college experience.                                                                                    Students are encouraged to use the email
                                                  LIBRARY                                              accounts provided by the college. It is a
ACADEMIC SUPPORT,                                 The HCC Library combines the best of                 good method for HCC staff to communi-
COUNSELING & CAREER                               the past, present, and future with over              cate information to all students as well as
SERVICES                                          50,000 items, ranging from print books to            for students to contact faculty and staff. A
HCC offers a variety of support services          journal and magazine databases to elec-              link for email is available on the main
that are free to students to help clarify their   tronic books. Group and quiet study                  page of the college website at
goals and career plans, assist them in suc-       areas are plentiful, and there are over 50           www.howardcc.edu. The student login ID is
ceeding in their coursework, help them            computer workstations in the Library for             the student's FIRST initial + the FIRST
handle daily personal problems, and to            conducting research. On-line materials               SEVEN characters of the last name + the
assist with accommodations for persons            are also available, via a user identifica-           LAST FOUR digits of the student ID num-
with disabilities. These services include:        tion and password, to off-campus stu-                ber, all in lower case. The initial password
                                                  dents, faculty, and college staff. Members           is the student's birth date in mmddyy for-
●  COUNSELING & CAREER
                                                  of the reference staff are on duty during            mat. The student's email address is the
   SERVICES
                                                  all regular Library hours to assist you              loginID@howardcc.edu.
   443-518-1340, RCF-302
                                                  with your research needs.
Includes career counseling and career                                                                  ● WIRELESS NETWORK ACCESS
assessment; job hunting and employment            HOWARD COUNTY CENTER OF                              Students may contact the Technology
assistance; cooperative education and             AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE,                            Help Desk (see below) for information
internship experiences; support services          INC . RESEARCH LIBRARY                               about access to HCC's wireless network
for low-income, single parents and                  443-518-4002, CL-220                               (HCCOPEN) for their personal notebook
displaced homemakers; and personal                Located in Room 220 of the HCC                       computers. HCC staff is not responsible
counseling and crisis intervention.               Library, students and visitors are                   for configuring or troubleshooting individ-
                                                  invited to explore the HCCAAC, Inc.                  ual wireless connection problems. Open
● LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER
                                                  research library collection of over                  yor web browser and log in using the
  (LAC)
                                                  3,000 publications by and about                      same credentials as your email.
  443-518-1320, RCF-340
                                                  African Americans. Call for hours.
Free scheduled or drop-in tutoring;                                                                    ● TECHNOLOGY HELP DESK
course writing assistance; assistance                                                                  The Help Desk is available to assist stu-
                                                  COMPUTER SERVICES
for ESL students; study skills and                                                                     dents having problems with email, HCC
success strategy workshops; computer              ● COMPUTER LABS                                      Express, computer login, CE6 accounts
and adaptive labs.                                HCC provides two computer study labs,                and other technology problems. Students
                                                  which offer a quiet academic environ-                may stop by the Help Desk in Room
● RETENTION SERVICES
                                                  ment where students can study, practice              DH-110, call the Help Desk at 443-518-
  443-518-1320, RCF-340
                                                  skills learned in class, and complete                4444, email helpdesk@howardcc.edu or
Provides academic monitoring,
                                                  homework. These labs are located in                  online at www.howardcc.edu/helpdesk.
assessment, study skills enhancement,
                                                  CL-129 and DH-110. They are equipped
assistance with academic planning/goal
                                                  with IBM compatible computers with

                   HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                    ●   www.howardcc.edu                ●
     ATHLETICS & FITNESS                           STUDENT LIFE                                  activities and provides students with
18                                                                                               referrals as necessary. Areas of focus
     As a member of the National Junior            Multiple organizations provide services
     College Athletic Association (NJCAA),         and opportunities for HCC students            include but are not limited to, stress
     the Maryland JUCO (Junior College)            that complement the classroom experi-         management, nutrition, fitness, repro-
     and Region XX Conferences, HCC pro-           ence through social, cultural, experi-        ductive health, alcohol and substance
     vides athletic programs to appeal to a        mental and leadership experiences:            abuse. Wellness services include:
     vast majority of the student body. The                                                      acupuncture and massage treatments
                                                   ● OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE
     Intercollegiate Athletic offerings include                                                  ($35/hour), free auricular acupuncture
                                                      443-518-1420, SA-201 (second floor)
     men’s and women’s programs in cross                                                         and 15-minute chair massages. Visit
                                                   All students are encouraged to get
     country, soccer, basketball, outdoor                                                        the Wellness Center and find balance
                                                   involved as leaders, participants, or
     track, and lacrosse. Women’s volleyball                                                     and harmony in all aspects of your
                                                   volunteers. Activities are planned based
     is offered in the fall. Contact Athletic &                                                  life. www.howardcc.edu/wellnesscenter
                                                   upon student input and participation,
     Fitness staff to determine whether par-                                                         Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                   and funded by student-generated fees.
     ticipation in a particular sports program     Student Life also arranges for several        ● GAME ROOM
     requires full- or part-time academic          off-campus trips such as Broadway                443-518-4936, SA-101
     enrollment. Intramurals are offered on        plays in NYC, sports events, museums          The game room provides the following for
     a limited basis based on student inter-       and leadership retreats.                      the enjoyment of all students: FREE wide
     est and facility availability. For more                                                     screen TV, pool tables, table tennis, gaming
     information on all of these sport pro-        ● STUDENT GOVERNMENT
                                                                                                 systems, board games, and sponsored tour-
     grams, look to the TV monitors all               ASSOCIATION (SGA)
                                                                                                 naments and activities.
     over campus, stop by the Athletic &              443-518-4573, SA-201B
                                                                                                    Hours: Mon–Thurs, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
     Fitness Center, or go to the athletic         The SGA serves as the official voice
                                                                                                    Hours: Fri, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
     web page at www.howardcc.edu/                 of the student body, and allows for
     athletics. Facilities for the fitness mind-   student involvement in the develop-           ●  CLUBS
     ed are located here. Students must            ment and administration of college            Clubs are formed by students who
     have a current Student ID to use these        policies. The SGA meets twice a               wish to explore common interests. All
     facilities and to attend athletic events.     month in order to make the schedule           students are welcome to join an exist-
                                                   manageable for students. All students         ing club or form a new club. A list of
     FOOD SERVICE                                  are encouraged to get involved.               existing clubs is available in the Office
                                                                                                 of Student Life Office or on the
     ●  CAFÉ ON THE QUAD                           ●  STUDENT PROGRAM BOARD (SPB)
                                                                                                 Student Life web page at
        443-518-4960, RCF-120                         443-518-4845, SA-201E
                                                                                                 http://www.howardcc.edu/students/
     The Café on the Quad operates a com-          The SPB is responsible for selecting,
                                                                                                 student_life/get_involved/
     plete food service Monday through Friday      planning and implementing a diverse
                                                                                                 get_involved.html. For more informa-
     during the Fall and Spring semesters. A       offering of social and educational events
                                                                                                 tion about clubs contact the SGA at
     limited menu is provided during winter        including dances, concerts, films and lec-
                                                                                                 443-518-4573.
     and summer sessions. The menu consists        tures. All students are welcome and
     of a daily entrée, grill items, salad bar,    encouraged to help plan events.               REP STAGE
     soup, pizza, deli sandwiches, desserts,       ● THE HCC TIMES                                  Studio Theatre and Smith Theatre
     assorted beverages and daily specials.           443-518-4937, SA-201C                         Box Office 443-518-1500
     Look for postings of specific hours and       The HCC Times is the student news-               www.repstage.org
     services, or call the number above.           paper published monthly by HCC stu-           The professional theatre company in resi-
     ● VENDING MACHINES                            dents to keep the college community           dence at HCC brings together the finest
     Food, snack and Coca-Cola beverages           informed about events, resources and          actors, directors and designers in the
     vending machines are located throughout       activities. There are opportunities to        Baltimore-Washington area to produce a
     campus. Microwave ovens are located on        join the newspaper staff and get              diverse season of shows that celebrate
     the lower level of the ST Building and        involved through photography, desktop         the best of both classic and contempo-
     on the first floor of the Hickory Ridge       publishing, layout and design, advertis-      rary literature for the stage. Student tick-
     Building. All machines accept coins and       ing, creative writing and reporting.          ets are only $12.
     dollar bills; there are no bill changers on   ●  KAISER PERMANENTE
     campus. Vending machine refunds are                                                         HCC-TV
                                                      WELLNESS CENTER
     available from the Bookstore and the                                                        HCC houses an Emmy Award winning tele-
                                                      443-518-4950, CL-178
     Hickory Ridge Building Welcome Center.                                                      vision production facility. The staff of HCC-
                                                   The Wellness Center provides a cen-
                                                                                                 TV brings to the screen original program-
                                                   tralized location for students to learn
                                                                                                 ming, commercials, educational and train-
                                                   more about wellness related topics,
                                                                                                 ing programs. The station facilitates the air-
                                                   address health concerns and take
                                                                                                 ing of telecourses offered by the college, as
                                                   action toward self-improvement. The
                                                                                                 well as acquiring quality programming from
                                                   Wellness Center has a variety of edu-
                                                                                                 stations throughout the country. HCC-TV
                                                   cational materials, hosts educational
                                                                                                 can be seen on both Comcast channel 96
                                                   health workshops, plans awareness
                                                                                                 and Verizon channel 41 in Howard County.

                      HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                ●   www.howardcc.edu           ●
                                   OFFICE AND SERVICE HOURS OF OPERATION                                                                                     19

Hours may differ for each office, including modified summer hours.           LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER (LAC), Room RCF-340
Please contact the office directly or consult the college website.           Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
                                                                             Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
ADMISSIONS & ADVISING, Room RCF-242                                          Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Counter Service                                                              Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 p.m.
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-7:30 p.m.                Tutoring services begin the second week of each semester and the
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m.              second day of Winter and Summer I. Tutoring ends the final day of
Walk-in Advising - Day                                                       each semester (it does not extend through the final exam period).
Monday, Wednesday - Friday . . . . . . 9 a.m.-3 p.m.                         Summer and Winter Session hours will be posted.
Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . noon-3 p.m.                    LIBRARY, Room CL-200
Walk-in Advising - Evening                                                   Monday - Thursday . . . . .        .   .   .   .   .   .   .   8 a.m.-11 p.m.
Monday - Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . 4:30-7 p.m.                         Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Hours may be subject to change.                                              Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   9 a.m.-5 p.m.
BOOKSTORE, Room RCF-113                                                      Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1-5 p.m.
                                                                             Library hours during Winter and Summer will be posted.
Fall, Winter and Spring Semesters when Classes are in Session
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.                PHOTO ID (at Security), Room RCF-117
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.           Daytime Hours
First two Saturdays, Fall & Spring . . . 9:30-11:30 a.m.                     Monday, Wednesday, Friday . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-12 noon
                                                                             Tuesday and Thursday . . . . . . . . . 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
CASHIER’S WINDOW, Room RCF-212                                               Evening Hours
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-7:30 p.m.                Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8 p.m.
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m.
*During June & July, cashier’s window will be open until 7 p.m.              RECORDS & REGISTRATION, Room RCF-233
Mon.-Thur.                                                                   Counter Service
COMPUTER LABS, Room DH-110 (443-518-4602)                                    Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
                                                                             Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a.m.-11 p.m.                     Hours subject to change.
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 a.m.-5 p.m.                 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES/
Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10 p.m.                       DISABLED STUDENT SERVICES, Room RCF-302
Modified hours Summer and Winter semesters.                                  Monday - Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                                                             Evening hours upon request.
COMPUTER LABS, Room CL-129 (443-518-4504)
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.                   TECHNOLOGY HELP DESK, Room                                     DH-110
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.              Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . .                      8 a.m.-11 p.m.
Closed weekends, Winter & Summer semesters                                   Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
                                                                             Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
CONTINUING EDUCATION & WORKFORCE                                             Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   1-10 p.m.
DEVELOPMENT, Suite HR-100                                                    Modified hours summer, winter and in between semesters..
Monday - Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
www.howardcc.edu/coned
                                                                             TEST CENTER, Academic Testing: Room RCF-359,
                                                                             All other testing: Room RCF-366
COUNSELING & CAREER SERVICES, Room RCF-302                                   Monday, Wednesday, Thursday . . . . . 9:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Monday - Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.                    Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . noon-9 p.m.
Thursday - Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.                 Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Summer and Winter Session hours will be posted.                              All exams must be turned in by the posted closing time.
                                                                             Hours subject to change.
FINANCIAL AID SERVICES, Room RCF-222
Counter Service                                                              VETERANS AFFAIRS, (Office of Records &
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-7:30 p.m.*               Registration) Room RCF-233
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.             Walk-in Counseling Hours - Day
*During January, counter service will be available until 8 p.m. Mon.-Thur.   Monday - Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Walk-in Financial Aid Counseling - Day                                       Walk-in Veterans Counseling Hours - Evening
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday . . 9 a.m.-3 p.m.                            Monday and Thursday . . . . . . . . . . 4:30-7 p.m.
Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m.-3 p.m.                 Hours subject to change.
Walk-in Financial Aid Counseling - Evening
                                                                             WELCOME CENTER, RCF-114 (Main Location)
Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7 p.m.*
*During January, evening financial aid counseling will be available until
                                                                             Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
7:30 p.m.                                                                    Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                                             January hours will be posted.
CAFÉ ON THE QUAD, Room RCF-120
Breakfast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30-9:30 a.m.                 EMERGENCY CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Lunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.              HCC closings or delayed openings are announced via:
                                                                             ● HCC Mobile Alert System text or email message
Dinner, Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . 4:30-7:30 p.m.
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         For courses that fit your schedule and learning style
         HCC delivers quality instruction in various settings and time frames to make reaching
      your educational goals both convenient and fast. Course titles offered this semester within
      each format are listed on the following pages. For details, check the specific course listing
       in this Schedule of Classes. To help you assess which options best fit with your lifestyle
        as well as your learning style, visit www.howardcc.edu/distance or call 443-518-1590.


                                     ONLINE COURSES are delivered over the Internet, with instructor
     Get There                       communications, materials, and class activities primarily conducted via a
     Conveniently                    dedicated website. Students may complete online course activities using
                                     their home computer Internet access or the campus computer labs.
     Distance learning options       TELECOURSES are series of video lessons and coordinated print
     include course work             materials that students view on HCC-TV cable channels, via pre-recorded
     delivered over the Internet,    rentals, or as streamed from the HCC library homepage. Telecourse
     through television, or a        students meet periodically on campus for a limited number of review and/or
                                     test sessions.
     combination of online and
     campus classroom activity.      INTERACTIVE TV allows students from multiple remote sites to see,
                                     hear, and respond to a class instructor and students from other campuses
                                     HYBRID COURSES are conducted half online and half during
                                     regularly scheduled class times on campus.




                                     FAST TRACK courses concentrate course work into seven weeks or
     Get There                       less, with classes primarily on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
     Fast                            EXPRESS courses complete in fewer weeks to allow taking two related
     Accelerated learning            courses sequentially within the same semester.
     options include courses
     that cover the same             OPEN ENTRY courses allow shorter completion times as well as
                                     flexibility of start dates and drop-in classroom times. All of the Office
     subject matter as in a
                                     Technology (OFFI) and many of the Computer Systems (CMSY) courses
     traditional 15-week credit      are offered in this format. See course listings for details.
     semester, but are delivered
     over a shorter time period.     Refer to the separate section of this Schedule of Classes, WEEKEND
                                     COLLEGE, for a listing of all classes in all formats offered from
                                     Friday evening through Sunday.


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ONLINE--Spring only unless noted                                FINE-102 Arts, Cultures, and Ideas
ACCT-111 Principles of Accounting I                             GEOL-107 Introduction to Physical Geology
ACCT-112 Principles of Accounting II                            GEOL-117 Introduction to Physical Geology Lab
ANTH-105 Introduction to Culture Anthropology                   HEAL-105 Drug Calculations
ARTT-103 Art Appreciation (Winter & Spring)                     HEAL-110 The Health Care Professionals (Winter & Spring)
ARTT-105 Art History II                                         HEED-101 Health and the World of Risk
ARTT-106 History of Western Arch. I                             HEED-102 Introduction to Weight Management
ARTT-122 History of Modern Art                                  HEED-110 Introduction to to Pers. Wellness
ASTR-104 Elementary Astronomy                                   HEED-115 Personal and Community Health
ASTR-114 Elementary Astronomy Lab                               HEED-125 Ethics - Professional Practice
BIOL-104 Oceanography (Winter & Spring)                         HEED-150 Woman's Health
BMGT-100 Introduction to Business and Organization (Winter &    HEED-211 Nutrition (Winter & Spring)
  Spring)                                                       HEED-213 Stress Management
BMGT-145 Principles of Management                               HEED-216 Health Care in the U.S. (Winter only)
BMGT-151 Business Law I                                         HIST-111 American History to 1877
BMGT-240 Human Resource Management                              HIST-112 American History Since 1877
CMSY-101 Beginning Spreadsheets                                 HIST-121 Ant. World Prehis to Mid
CMSY-102 Beginning Word Processing                              HIST-123 Western Civ and Modern World
CMSY-103 Beginning Databases                                    HIST-228 Women Euro Hist. 1750-Present
CMSY-104 Advanced Word Processing                               HMDV-200 Life Span Development
CMSY-110 Software Applications for Micros                       MASS-126 Introduction to Journalism
CMSY-116 PowerPoint                                             MASS-129 Mass Media
CMSY-117 Advanced Spreadsheets                                  MATH-105 Drug Calculations
CMSY-118 Advanced Databases                                     MATH-138 Statistics
CMSY-126 Introduction to the Internet                           METO-111 Meteorology
CMSY-127 Microsoft Outlook                                      MUSC-101 Music Appreciation (Winter & Spring)
CMSY-128 Introduction to HTML                                   NUTR-211 Nutrition (Winter & Spring)
CMSY-129 Principles of the Internet (Winter & Spring)           OFFI-279 Keyboarding
CMSY-132 Introduction to Windows                                OFFI-290 Medical Terminology
CMSY-134 Introduction to Operating Systems                      PHYS-106 Earth and Space Science
CMSY-136 Intergrated Software Applications                      POLI-101 American Federal Govt
CMSY-142 Operating System Fundamentals I                        PSYC-101 General Psychology
CMSY-143 Operating System Fundamentals II                       PSYC-203 Abnormal Psychology
COOP-160 Portfolio Development                                  SOCI-101 Intro. To Sociology
CRIM-101 Introduction to Criminal Justice                       SPCH-105 Fund of Public Speaking
CRIM-190 Criminal Justice Internship (Winter only)              WMST-150 Women's Health
CRIM-191 Criminal Justice Internship (Winter only)              WMST-228 Women Euro Hist: 1750-Present
ECON-101 Principles of Economics Macro
ECON-102 Principles of Economics Micro                          TELECOURSE--Winter only
ECON-201 Money and Banking                                      ECON-102 Principles of Economics (Micro)
EDUC-111 Child Growth and Development                           HIST-112 American History Since 1977
EDUC-200 Introduction to Special Education                      PSYC-101 General Psychology
EDUC-201 Reading Process and Acquisition
                                                                INTERACTIVE TV--Spring only
EDUC-202 Reading Secondary Par I
                                                                ENES-140 Mechanics of Materials
EDUC-206 Reading Secondary Part II
EDUC-260 Educational Psychology                                 HYBRID--Spring only unless noted
EDUC-265 Educational Assessment                                 ACCT-201 Accounting Work Experience I (Winter & Spring)
ENGL-115 Creative Writing                                       ACCT-202 Accounting Work Experience II (Winter & Spring)
ENGL-121 College Compostion                                     ANTH-220 Cultures of the Middle East
ENGL-126 Introduction to Journalism                             ARAB-220 Culltures of the Middle East
ENGL-202 American Literture                                     ARTT-103 Art Appreciation
ENGL-204 English Literature II                                  BMGT-100 Introduction to Business Organization
ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature                                   BMGT-120 Small Business Management
ENGL-210 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama             BMGT-130 Principles of Marketing
ENGL-225 Introduction to World Literature                       BMGT-145 Principles of Management
ENGL-230 Technical Writing                                      BMGT-200 Managing for the Future
EXSC-209 Sports and Exercise Nutrition                          BMGT-201 Business Work Experience I (Winter & Spring)
FNPL-101 Personal Finance Planning                              BMGT-202 Business Work Experience II (Winter & Spring)
FILM-171 Introduction to American Cinema                        BMGT-203 Business Ethics
FINE-101 Humanities through the Arts                            BMGT-205 Principles of International Business



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     HYBRID (continued)                                              CMSY-211 Web Tools for Successful Business
     CMSY-129 Principles of the Internet                             CMSY-255 Introduction to Unix
     CMSY-201 Computer Systems Work Experience I (Winter only)       CMSY-256 Linux Server Administration
     CMSY-202 Computer Systems Work Experience II (Winter only)      CMGT-240 Baking and Patriies Showpieces
     COOP-190 Internship I (Winter & Spring)                         CMSY-250 Systems Analysis and Design
     COOP-191 Internship II (Winter & Spring)                        CSCO-281 Network Fundamentals
     COOP-201 Cooperative Education Work Experience I (Winter &      CSCO-282 Routing Protocols and Concepts
       Spring)                                                       CSCO-283 LAN Switching and Wireless Networks
     COOP-202 Cooperative Education Work Experience II (Winter       CSCO-284 Accessing the WAN
       & Spring)                                                     ENTR-101 Entrepreneurship and Creativity
     CRIM-190 Criminal Justice Internship I                          ENTR-120 Entrepreneurship in Practice
     CRIM-191 Criminal Justice Internship II                         FNPL-101 Personal Financial Planning Principles
     ECON-101 Principles of Economics (Macro)                        FNPL-108 Financial Planning for Retirement
     ECON-102 Principles of Economics (Micro)                        HMGT-111 Foodservice Safety and Sanitation
     EDUC-101 Praxis I Review Course Reading/Writing Tests           MSFT-272 Impl & Supp MS XP Professional
     EDUC-102 Praxis I Review Course Math Test                       MSFT-273 Mng & Main MS Server 2003 Environment
     ENGL-121 College Composition                                    MSFT-277 MS Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
     ENGL-204 English Literature II                                  MSFT-278 Plan, Main MS Server 03 Ntwk Infrastruc
     ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature                                   MSFT-282 Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active
     ENTR-101 Entrepreneurship and Creativity                          Directory and Network Infrastructure
     ENTR-210 Developing Business Opportunities and Plans            MSFT-283 Designing Security for a Microsoft Windows Server
     ENTR-220 Financing Entrepreneurial Operations                     2003 Network
     ENST-233 Introduction to Environmental Health                   MSFT-299 Fundamentals and Practice for Network+ Certification
     EXSC-230 Philosophy of the Martial Arts                         OFFI-177 Grammar for Your Job
     FILM-171 Introduction to America Cinema
                                                                     OPEN ENTRY--Winter & Spring unless noted
     FINE-102 Humanities through the Arts (Winter only)
                                                                     CMSY-101 Beginning Spreadsheets
     FNLP-105 Financial Planning for Young Adults
                                                                     CMSY-102 Beginning Word Processing
     FYEX-100 First Year Experience
                                                                     CMSY-103 Beginning Databases
     GEOL-107 Introduction to Physical Geology (Winter & Spring)
                                                                     CMSY-104 Advanced Word Processing
     MATH-070 Intermediate Algebra
                                                                     CMSY-110 Software Applications for Micros
     MATH-138 Statistics (Winter & Spring)
                                                                     CMSY-116 PowerPoint
     MATH-141 College Algebra
                                                                     CMSY-117 Advanced Spreadsheets
     MATH-143 Precalculus I
                                                                     CMSY-118 Advanced Databases
     MUSC-100 Fundamentals of Music
                                                                     CMSY-122 Microsoft Expression Web
     NURS-103 Transition Into Nursing II
                                                                     CMSY-123 Microsoft Office Publisher
     NURS-170 Nursing Co-op Work Experience (Winter & Spring)
                                                                     CMSY-126 Introduction to the Internet
     NURS-230 Trends in Nursing (Winter & Spring)
                                                                     CMSY-127 Microsoft Outlook
     OFFI-201 Office Technology Work Experience (Winter & Spring)
                                                                     CMSY-128 Introduction to HTML
     PHYS-106 Earth and Space Science
                                                                     CMSY-132 Introduction to Windows
     PUBH-23 3Introduction to Environmental Health
                                                                     CMSY-134 Introduction to Operating Systems
     PUBH-260 Community Advocacy in Public Health
                                                                     CMSY-136 Integrated Software Applications
     RETL-201 Retailing Work Experience I (Winter only)
                                                                     CMSY-142 Operating System Fundamentals I
     RETL-202 Retailing Work Experience II (Winter only)
                                                                     CMSY-143 Operating System Fundamentals II
     SPAN-205 Spanish through the Media
                                                                     ENTR-102 Entrepreneurial Assessment
     FAST TRACK--Spring only unless noted                            ENTR-103 Starting Your Own Business I
     BIOL-101 General Biology                                        ENTR-104 Business Plan Development (Spring only)
     FYEX-100 First Year Experience                                  ENTR-154 Introduction to eBay
     HEED-211 Nutrition                                              ENTR-903 Starting Your Own Business II
     SOCI-101 Introduction to Sociology (Winter only)                OFFI-100 Office Machines
     SPCH-105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Winter & Spring)      OFFI-102 Editing Skills
                                                                     OFFI-104 Data Entry
     EXPRESS--Spring only                                            OFFI-270 Medical Transcription Techniques
     ACCT-111 Principles of Accounting I                             OFFI-275 Office Simulation
     ACCT-112 Principles of Accounting II                            OFFI-279 Keyboarding
     ACCT-114 Managing Finances with QuickBooks                      OFFI-280 Legal Terminology and Transcription
     ARAB-201 Intermediate Arabic I                                  OFFI-281 Legal Document Preparation
     ARAB-202 Intermediate Arabic II                                 OFFI-290 Medical Terminology
     BMGT-178 Business Writing                                       OFFI-293 Beginning Medical Transcription
     CMSY-105 Personal Computer Systems Repair I                     OFFI-297 Advanced Medical Transcription
     CMSY-106 Personal Computer Systems Repair II



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ACCOUNTING                                               seminar and submit written reports on
                                                         his/her progress.                                ART
                                                         Fees: $25.00.
ACCT-111         Principles of Accounting I                                                               ARTT-103        Art Appreciation
                 (3 credits)                          ACCT-202          Accounting Field                                  (3 credits)
Introduction to the recording, summarizing and                          Experience II (3-4 credits)       The overall purpose of this course is to en-
analyzing of business transactions including the      Supervised work experience which relates di-        courage an appreciation of Western Art. This is
preparation and interpretation of financial state-    rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     a highly visual course in which the student will
ments.                                                must receive prior approval to register for this    examine and discuss works of art from the pre-
DAY:                                                  work experience course. Call the Career Center      historic to the contemporary periods. The stu-
1049 001     9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH                  (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.          dent will be looking at and analyzing many
   Fees: $25.00.                                          PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           images in order to gain an understanding of
EVENING:                                                  three credits should select Section C050.       their form and content. The student will be an-
1003 050     6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH                      Those registering for four credits should se-   alyzing the formal structure of various works of
   Fees: $25.00.                                          lect Section C051. Students may still regis-    art as well as considering them in the context
                                                          ter after the semester begins.                  of the historical period and cultural framework
                                                          PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        in which they were produced. Simple studio
ACCT-112         Principles of Accounting                 better grade point and demonstration of         projects may be included. Recommended for
                 II (3 credits)                           pre-employment skills. Student placement is     non-art majors.
A continuation of ACCT-111 which includes ac-             to be coordinated through the Career Cen-       ONLINE:
                                                          ter (Room RCF-302).                             9651 W991 -
counting for corporations and managerial ac-
counting issues.                                      HYBRID:_                                               This online course incorporates the video
                                                      5802 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                      and print materials of a professionally
   PRQ: ACCT-111
                                                      5803 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                      produced telecourse. Course videos are
EVENING:                                                                                                     cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
8940 050     6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH
                                                         A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                         of classroom interaction with the use of            videostreamed from the HCC library
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                             homepage to individual student computers.
                                                         online resources. Because so many of the
                                                         course interactions are conducted online,           Tape rental is also an option. After you
ACCT-201         Accounting Field                        the amount of class meeting time is half            have registered for this course, please go
                                                         that of the traditional onsite version of the       to the HCC Homepage. Under the heading
                 Experience I (3-4 credits)                                                                  Academics, click on the link for Distance
                                                         course. Students may use computers in
Supervised work experience which relates di-             the campus computer labs or use their               and Alternative Learning. Please read the
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students          home computers with Internet access to              information under the heading
must receive prior approval to register for this         complete online course activities. See              “Information for Online Students.”
work experience course. Call the Career Center           www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                  Fees: $45.00.
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.               information including complete technical
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for                specifications for Hybrid and online
    three credits should select Section C050.            courses. The student will work with an on
    Those registering for four credits should se-        campus mentor who will assist the student
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-         with establishing work experience goals.
    ter after the semester begins.                       Student will be required to participate in a
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or             seminar and submit written reports on
    better grade point and demonstration of              his/her progress.
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is          Fees: $25.00.
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
    ter (Room RCF-302).
HYBRID:_
5800 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                     ANTHROPOLOGY
5801 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                                                                                                                                KEY
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
   of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                      ANTH-105          Introduction to Cultural           COURSE #
   online resources. Because so many of the                             Anthropology (3 credits)
   course interactions are conducted online,          Anthropological concepts will be used to study       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   the amount of class meeting time is half           the economic, family, and social systems of                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
   that of the traditional onsite version of the      preliterate cultures as well as American society.    Emphasis on solving problems involving
   course. Students may use computers in                  PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   the campus computer labs or use their              EVENING:                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   home computers with Internet access to             9669 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      TWTH                 1526 501   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
   complete online course activities. See                                                                  1455 504   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
   information including complete technical                                                                INDEX         TIME
   specifications for Hybrid and online                                                                     NO.
   courses. The student will work with an on                                                                                           DAY(S)
   campus mentor who will assist the student                                                               SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
   with establishing work experience goals.                                                                Please note room assignments will be printed
   Student will be required to participate in a                                                            on student schedules.



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     ASTRONOMY                                                Monday, January 3, 2011 between 6:30 -
                                                              9:00 p.m. RM TBA.                                BMGT-151         Business Law I (3 credits)
                                                              Fees: $45.00.                                    This introductory course provides students with
                                                                                                               an opportunity to study law and its impact on
     ASTR-902         Sky Watch: Introductory                                                                  business. Students will learn basic legal con-
                      Astronomy (1 credit)
     This is an introductory course in observational
                                                           BUSINESS                                            cepts and their application, build a vocabulary
                                                                                                               unique to business and the law and develop
     astronomy. Students will learn to identify the                                                            critical thinking skills that are essential to ana-
     major bright stars, constellations and planets of     BMGT-100         Introduction to Business           lyzing cases and making sound business deci-
     the winter sky. They will observe and discuss                                                             sions. The course will provide students with an
     the causes for the celestial motions of the Earth
                                                                            & Organization (3 credits)         opportunity to study current legal and ethical is-
     plus its seasons, the sun, the moon, plus its         In this course, students will explore all of the    sues affecting business, contracts, sales, and
     phases and the planets. Students will also gain       primary disciplines in business on an introduc-     the American legal system. The knowledge and
     practical skills in using star maps to locate con-    tory level: economics, human resource man-          skills gained from Business Law I are useful for
     stellations, star clusters and nebulae, selecting     agement,       finance    options,   managerial     careers in business, human resources, man-
     and using amateur telescopes and binoculars,          accounting principles and marketing strategies.     agement, alternative dispute resolution, public
     and understanding the celestial coordinate sys-       Students will examine challenges present in the     policy, sales and entrepreneurship.
     tem. Stellar magnitudes and colors, and obser-        current business environment and consider           EVENING:
     vational phenomena, such as solar and lunar           them with an eye toward ethics, social respon-      9127 050     6:00PM-9:30PM       TWTH
     eclipses, meteor showers and comets will also         sibility and effective management strategies in a
     be discussed. Field trips to a planetarium and        global economy. The course is kept current by
     evening sky observing sessions with a telescope       students’ exposure to guest speakers and case       BMGT-178         Business Writing
     are scheduled.                                        analyses. Some written and oral reports will be                      (1 credit)
     EVENING:
                                                           required from these activities. This course is
                                                                                                               After successful completion of this course, the
     1420 550     7:30PM-9:15PM      TTH                   ideal both for students who wish to pursue a
                                                                                                               student will be able to select examples of writ-
                                                           career in business and those who wish to gain
                                                                                                               ing that have the qualities of effective written
                                                           a better understanding of the business world in
                                                                                                               business communications. The student will be
                                                           which they live.
     BIOLOGY                                               DAY:
                                                                                                               able to develop effective workplace writing
                                                                                                               strategies.
                                                           3823 001     9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH
                                                                                                               EVENING:
     BIOL-103         Human Heredity                       EVENING:                                            7294 050     7:00PM-9:30PM       TTH
                                                           1401 050     6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH
                      (3 credits)                                                                                 BMGT-178-050 meets 1/4/11 - 1/20/11.
                                                           ONLINE:
     Human Heredity is an introductory life science        5577 N090
     course designed for students who are not ma-             A basic understanding of and access to           BMGT-201         Business Work
     joring in the life sciences. Topics in the course        the Internet and WWW browsing capability                          Experience I (3-4 credits)
     include the basic principles of inheritance, a           are required. After you have registered for
     survey of human hereditary characteristics and           this course, please go to the HCC                Supervised work experience which relates di-
     disorders, and genetic technology and gene               Homepage. Under the heading Academics,           rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     manipulation.                                            click on the link for Distance and               must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                              Alternative Learning. Please read the            work experience course. Call the Career Center
     DAY:
     4017 501     9:00AM-12:15PM     TWF                      information under the heading                    (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
                                                              “Information for Online Students.”                   PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
                                                              Fees: $30.00.                                        three credits should select Section C050.
     BIOL-104         Oceanography (3 credits)                                                                     Those registering for four credits should se-
     This course focuses on the marine environment                                                                 lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
     as a unique feature of the planet Earth. The          BMGT-134         Coaching As a Tool for                 ter after the semester begins.
     course deals with the effect of oceans on                              an Effective Leader                    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
     weather, contributions to the physical and his-                                                               better grade point and demonstration of
                                                                            (3 credits)                            pre-employment skills. Student placement is
     torical development of man, and the impact of
     pollutants on marine resources.                       In this course the student will learn how coach-        to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                                                                                   ter (Room RCF-302).
     ONLINE:
                                                           ing as a philosophy and a set of behaviors is
     6055 W630 -
                                                           impacting organizations and their leaders today.    HYBRID:_
        This online course incorporates the video          Students will be able to apply coaching behav-      5804 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM          W
        and print materials of a professionally            iors to all types of leadership situations. Stu-    5805 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM          W
                                                           dents will explore and understand the                  A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
        produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                           relationship between leader/coach and employ-          of classroom interaction with the use of
        cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                           ee/team member. Learning tools will include            online resources. Because so many of the
        videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                           case studies, journaling, experiential learning        course interactions are conducted online,
        homepage to individual student computers.
                                                           and role play.                                         the amount of class meeting time is half
        Tape rental is also an option. After you
                                                           DAY:                                                   that of the traditional onsite version of the
        have registered for this course, please go
                                                           4985 001     9:00AM-12:30PM     MWTH                   course. Students may use computers in
        to the HCC Homepage. Under the heading
                                                              Fees: $30.00.                                       the campus computer labs or use their
        Academics, click on the link for Distance
                                                                                                                  home computers with Internet access to
        and Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                                                                                  complete online course activities. See
        information under the heading
                                                                                                                  www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
        “Information for Online Students.” This
                                                                                                                  information including complete technical
        course has an on-campus orientation on


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   specifications for Hybrid and online              ternal controls and the application of analysis
   courses. The student will work with an on         tools as practical management techniques for          CMSY-102        Beginning Word
   campus mentor who will assist the student         preventing and detecting fraud and abuse.                             Processing (1 credit)
   with establishing work experience goals.          DAY:                                                  After successful completion of this course, the
   Student will be required to participate in a      5456 001     9:00AM-12:20PM      MWTH                 student will be able to use beginning features
   seminar and submit written reports on                                                                   of Microsoft Word that include creating, for-
   his/her progress.                                                                                       matting, enhancing, and merging documents.
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                     CARDIOVASCULAR                                        This course may be completed in fewer than
                                                                                                           14 weeks and may be started at any time dur-
BMGT-202        Business Work                        TECHNOLOGY                                            ing the school year. All of the work (except
                                                                                                           tests) may be done outside of class if student
                Experience II (3-4 credits)                                                                has compatible software.
Supervised work experience which relates di-         CARD-231          Applied Clinical                        PRQ: Keyboarding skills.
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students                        Practicum (3 credits)               OPEN ENTRY:Â
must receive prior approval to register for this     Students will practice invasive cardiovascular        1912 001   -
work experience course. Call the Career Center       technology procedures in the clinical setting.           This class in the Office Technology
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.           This includes using the equipment, performing            classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for            tests, and giving patient care as it relates to the      offered on an open-entry basis, which
    three credits should select Section C050.        cardiovascular area.                                     means that you may attend class any of
    Those registering for four credits should se-        PRQ: CARD-207                                        the days and times listed below. You may
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-                                                              vary your hours from week to week,
                                                     DAY:
    ter after the semester begins.                   2662 301     7:00AM-3:30PM       MTWTHF                  attend class as often as you wish, and
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or            An orientation class will meet on campus              finish this course early. You may do all of
    better grade point and demonstration of             on January 3, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. in N212.             the work for this course at home (except
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is         Fees: $50.00.                                         tests). You must come to the college
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-                                                                 periodically (during the days and hours
    ter (Room RCF-302).                                                                                       listed below) to take both written and
HYBRID:_                                                                                                      computer tests that have deadlines for
5806 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                    COMPUTER SYSTEMS                                         completion. During the times below, an
5807 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                                                                             instructor will be available to help you
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination                                                                    one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
   of classroom interaction with the use of          CMSY-101          Beginning Spreadsheets                 50 hours to complete.
   online resources. Because so many of the                            (1 credit)                             Monday 8 to 3
   course interactions are conducted online,         After successful completion of this course, the          Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   the amount of class meeting time is half          student will be able to use features of Microsoft        Wednesday 8 to 3
   that of the traditional onsite version of the     Excel that include functions and formulas, for-          Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   course. Students may use computers in             matting, charts, and lists. This course may be           Friday 8 to 12
   the campus computer labs or use their             completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be              Fees: $20.00.
   home computers with Internet access to            started at any time during the school year. All
   complete online course activities. See            of the work (except tests) may be done out-
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                side of class if student has compatible software.
                                                     OPEN ENTRY:Â
   information including complete technical
   specifications for Hybrid and online              4163 001   -
   courses. The student will work with an on            This class in the Office Technology
   campus mentor who will assist the student            classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
   with establishing work experience goals.             offered on an open-entry basis, which
   Student will be required to participate in a         means that you may attend class any of
   seminar and submit written reports on                the days and times listed below. You may
   his/her progress.                                    vary your hours from week to week,
   Fees: $25.00.                                        attend class as often as you wish, and                                   KEY
                                                        finish this course early. You may do all of         COURSE #
BMGT-229        White Collar Crimes,                    the work for this course at home (except
                                                        tests). You must come to the college
                Fraud and Abuse                         periodically (during the days and hours             CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                (3 credits)                             listed below) to take both written and                       Chemistry I (4 credits)
This class presents basic knowledge and skills          computer tests that have deadlines for              Emphasis on solving problems involving
regarding financial, behavioral and control fac-        completion. During the times below, an              mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
tors affecting the environment for fraud in prof-       instructor will be available to help you             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-          1526 501   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
it and nonprofit organizations. Through case                                                                1455 504   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
studies of widely used fraud schemes, students          50 hours to complete.
will analyze processes, evidence, transactions          Monday 8 to 3
                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       INDEX         TIME
and financial records to identify the risks and                                                              NO.
red flag indicators associated with fraud and           Wednesday 8 to 3                                                                DAY(S)
abuse in commerce and nonprofit operations              Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
committed by trusted insiders and external par-         Friday 8 to 12                                      Please note room assignments will be printed
ties. The class will focus on the nature of in-         Fees: $20.00.                                       on student schedules.



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     CMSY-103        Beginning Databases
                                                            periodically (during the days and hours         OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                            listed below) to take both written and          4109 001   -
                     (1 credit)                             computer tests that have deadlines for             This class in the Office Technology
     After successful completion of this course, the        completion. During the times below, an             classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     student will be able to use beginning features         instructor will be available to help you           offered on an open-entry basis, which
     of Microsoft Access that include tables, queries       one-on-one. This course requires about 40-         means that you may attend class any of
     and multiple table queries, forms, and reports.        50 hours to complete.                              the days and times listed below. You may
     This course may be completed in fewer than             Monday 8 to 3                                      vary your hours from week to week,
     14 weeks and may be started at any time dur-           Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      attend class as often as you wish, and
     ing the school year. All of the work may be            Wednesday 8 to 3                                   finish this course early. You may do all of
     done outside of class (except tests) if student        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                     the work for this course at home (except
     has compatible software.                               Friday 8 to 12                                     tests). You must come to the college
     OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                            Fees: $20.00.                                      periodically (during the days and hours
     4161 001   -                                                                                              listed below) to take both written and
        This class in the Office Technology              CMSY-110         Software Applications for            computer tests that have deadlines for
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is                                                                completion. During the times below, an
        offered on an open-entry basis, which                             Micros (3 credits)                   instructor will be available to help you
        means that you may attend class any of           After successful completion of this course, the       one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
        the days and times listed below. You may         student will be able to use word processing,          50 hours to complete.
        vary your hours from week to week,               spreadsheet, database, and presentation graph-        Monday 8 to 3
        attend class as often as you wish, and           ic software. This course is designed for the be-      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        finish this course early. You may do all of      ginning student and does not include advanced         Wednesday 8 to 3
        the work for this course at home (except         concepts. Keyboarding skills are strongly rec-        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        tests). You must come to the college             ommended.                                             Friday 8 to 12
        periodically (during the days and hours              All sections use Microsoft Word, Excel, Ac-       Fees: $20.00.
        listed below) to take both written and               cess, and PowerPoint.
        computer tests that have deadlines for           DAY:
        completion. During the times below, an           1900 001    9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTHF
                                                                                                            CMSY-117        Advanced Spreadsheets
        instructor will be available to help you            Fees: $50.00.                                                   (1 credit)
        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-       EVENING:                                           After successful completion of this course, the
        50 hours to complete.                            8951 050    6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTHF               student will be able to use Microsoft Excel to
        Monday 8 to 3                                       Fees: $50.00.                                   apply advanced formatting techniques and func-
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    OPEN ENTRY:Â                                       tions, perform what-if analysis, create PivotTa-
        Wednesday 8 to 3                                 4173 002   -                                       bles, use custom and advanced filters, and
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      This class in the Office Technology             audit worksheets. This course may be com-
        Friday 8 to 12                                      classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is         pleted in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
        Fees: $20.00.                                       offered on an open-entry basis which            started at any time during the school year. All
                                                            means that you may attend class any of          of the work (except tests) may be done out-
                                                            the days and times listed below. This           side of class if student has compatible software.
     CMSY-104        Advanced Word                                                                              PRQ: CMSY-101
                                                            course requires about 120-150 hours to
                     Processing (1 credit)                  complete. You may vary your hours from          OPEN ENTRY:Â
     After successful completion of this course, the        week to week, attend class as often as          4170 001   -
     student will be able to use advanced features          you wish, and finish this course early.            This class in the Office Technology
     of Microsoft Word that include customizing and         You may do all of the work for this                classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     automating Word’s features; navigating in a doc-       course at home (except tests). During the          offered on an open-entry basis, which
     ument; creating source references, specialized         times below, an instruct or will be                means that you may attend class any of
     tables and indexes; working with shared docu-          available to help you one-on-one.                  the days and times listed below. You may
     ments; and protecting documents. This course           Monday 8 to 3                                      do all of the work for this course at
     may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and            Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      home (except tests). You must come to
     may be started at any time during the school           Wednesday 8 to 3                                   the college periodically (during the days
     year. All of the work for the course (except           Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                     and hours listed below) to take both
     tests) may be done outside of class if student         Friday 8 to 12                                     written and computer tests that have
     has compatible software.                               Fees: $50.00.                                      deadlines for completion. During the times
         PRQ: CMSY-102                                                                                         below, an instructor will be available to
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                        CMSY-116         PowerPoint (1 credit)
                                                                                                               help you one-on-one. This course requires
     4164 001   -                                                                                              about 40-50 hours to complete.
        This class in the Office Technology              After successful completion of this course, the       Monday 8 to 3
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is          student will be able to design and prepare Pow-       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        offered on an open-entry basis, which            erPoint presentations using slide view, outline       Wednesday 8 to 3
        means that you may attend class any of           view, clip art, charts, drawing tools, and tem-       Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        the days and times listed below. You may         plates. This course may be completed in fewer         Friday 8 to 12
        vary your hours from week to week,               than 14 weeks and may be started at any time          Fees: $20.00.
        attend class as often as you wish, and           during the school year. All of the work for the
        finish this course early. You may do all of      course (except tests) may be done outside of
        the work for this course at home (except         class if student has compatible software.
        tests). You must come to the college



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CMSY-118        Advanced Databases                   OPEN ENTRY:Â                                         CMSY-126        Introduction to Internet
                                                     9129 001   -
                (1 credit)                              This class in the Office Technology                               (1 credit)
After successful completion of this course, the         classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is           After successful completion of this course, the
student will be able to use Microsoft Access to         offered on an open-entry basis, which             student will be able to use the Internet to per-
create advanced tables, queries, forms and re-          means that you may attend class any of            form simple searches, use e-mail features and
ports. Skills covered also include managing             the days and times listed below. You may          post to newsgroups. Familiarity with a comput-
database objects, creating macros, and main-            vary your hours from week to week,                er and file management skills are strongly rec-
taining relational databases. This course may           attend class as often as you wish, and            ommended before enrolling in this course. This
be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may             finish this course early. You may do all of       course may be completed in fewer than 14
be started at any time during the school year.          the work for this course at home (except          weeks and may be started at any time during
All of the work (except tests) may be done out-         tests). You must come to the college              the school year. All of the work (except the
side of class if student has compatible software.       periodically (during the days and hours           one test) may be done outside of class. Cred-
    PRQ: CMSY-103                                       listed below) to take both written and            it will only be granted for one of the following:
OPEN ENTRY:Â                                            computer tests that have deadlines for            CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.
4171 001   -                                            completion. During the times below, an            OPEN ENTRY:Â
   This class in the Office Technology                  instructor will be available to help you          4174 001   -
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is              one-on-one. This course requires about 40-           This class in the Office Technology
   offered on an open-entry basis, which                50 hours to complete.                                classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
   means that you may attend class any of               Monday 8 to 3                                        offered on an open-entry basis which
   the days and times listed below. You may             Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                        means that you may attend class any of
   vary your hours from week to week,                   Wednesday 8 to 3                                     the days and times listed below. This
   attend class as often as you wish, and               Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       course requires about 40-50 hours to
   finish this course early. You may do all of          Friday 8 to 12                                       complete. You may vary your hours from
   the work for this course at home (except             Fees: $20.00.                                        week to week, attend class as often as
   tests). You must come to the college                                                                      you wish, and finish this course early.
   periodically (during the days and hours                                                                   You may do all of the work for this
   listed below) to take both written and
                                                     CMSY-123          Microsoft ® Office                    course at home. During the times below,
   computer tests that have deadlines for                              Publisher (1 credit)                  an instructor will be available to help you
   completion. During the times below, an            After successful completion of this course, the         one-on-one.
   instructor will be available to help you          student will be able to use Microsoft Office Pub-       Monday 8 to 3
   one-on-one. This course requires about 40-        lisher to create professional-looking publications      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   50 hours to complete.                             for print and for publishing on the Web. This           Wednesday 8 to 3
   Monday 8 to 3                                     course may be completed in fewer than 14                Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                     weeks and may be started at any time during             Friday 8 to 12
   Wednesday 8 to 3                                  the school year. All of the work (except tests)         Fees: $20.00.
   Thurday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                     may be done outside of class if student has
   Friday 8 to 12                                    compatible software.
   Fees: $20.00.                                         PRQ: CMSY-102.
                                                     OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                     8084 001   -
CMSY-122        Microsoft Expression
                                                        This class in the Office Technology
                Web (1 credit)                          classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
After successful completion of this course, the         offered on an open-entry basis, which
student will be able to use Microsoft Expression        means that you may attend class any of
Web to create a Web site, customize the ap-             the days and times listed below. You may
pearance of a Web site, enhance a design with           vary your hours from week to week,
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), create and main-          attend class as often as you wish, and
tain hyperlinks, add and enhance pictures, and          finish this course early. You may do all of
publish a Web site. This course may be com-             the work for this course at home (except                                 KEY
pleted in fewer than 14 weeks and may be start-         tests). You must come to the college               COURSE #
ed at any time during the school year. All of the       periodically (during the days and hours
work (except tests) may be done outside of class        listed below) to take both written and
if the student has compatible software.                 computer tests that have deadlines for             CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                        completion. During the times below, an                      Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                        instructor will be available to help you           Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        50 hours to complete.                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        Monday 8 to 3                                      1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                        Wednesday 8 to 3
                                                        Thurday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      INDEX          TIME
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                        Friday 8 to 12                                                                  DAY(S)
                                                        Fees: $20.00.                                      SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                           Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                           on student schedules.



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                                                            computer tests that have deadlines for              vary your hours from week to week,
     CMSY-127        Microsoft® Outlook                     completion. During the times below, an              attend class as often as you wish, and
                     (1 credit)                             instructor will be available to help you            finish this course early. You may do all of
     After successful completion of this course, the        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-          the work for this course at home (except
     student will be able to use Microsoft Outlook to       50 hours to complete.                               tests). You must come to the college
     send and receive e mails, organize schedules           Monday 8 to 3                                       periodically (during the days and hours
     and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do          Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       listed below) to take both written and
     lists, and notes. This course may be complet-          Wednesday 8 to 3                                    computer tests that have deadlines for
     ed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be started           Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      completion. During the times below, an
     at any time during the school year. All of the         Friday 8 to 12                                      instructor will be available to help you
     work (except tests) may be done outside of             Fees: $20.00.                                       one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
     class if student has the complete version of Mi-                                                           50 hours to complete.
     crosoft Outlook (Not Outlook Web Access).                                                                  Monday 8 to 3
                                                         CMSY-129         Principles of Internet
     OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                                                                                Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
     2314 001   -
                                                                          (3 credits)                           Wednesday 8 to 3
        This class in the Office Technology              In this course students learn about popular in-        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is          ternet tools and applications as well as the un-       Friday 8 to 12
        offered on an open-entry basis, which            derlying technologies. Students also learn how         Fees: $20.00.
        means that you may attend class any of           to evaluate information on the internet for iden-
        the days and times listed below. You may         tifying and protecting their computers and per-     CMSY-134        Introduction to Operating
        vary your hours from week to week,               sonal information from security threats, hoaxes,
        attend class as often as you wish, and           and scams. The class also introduces ecom-                          Systems (1 credit)
        finish this course early. You may do all of      merce, including intellectual property. Students    After successful completion of this course, the
        the work for this course at home (except         also learn how to create web pages with             student will be able to define and explain the
        tests). You must come to the college             XHTML. Familiarity with a computer, file man-       purpose of basic MS-DOS Command Line and
        periodically (during the days and hours          agement skills, and touch typing are strongly       Windows. In addition, students will be able to
        listed below) to take both written and           recommended for success in this class. Credit       demonstrate proficiency in file management
        computer tests that have deadlines for           will only be granted for one of the following:      concepts in both MS-DOS and Windows. This
        completion. During the times below, an           CMSY-126 or CMSY-129. (3 hours weekly)              course is designed to meet the needs of stu-
        instructor will be available to help you         EVENING:                                            dents who want to work toward A+ certifica-
        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-       1943 050     6:30PM-10:00PM     TWTH                tion. This course may be completed in fewer
        50 hours to complete.                               Fees: $50.00.                                    than 14 weeks and may be started at any time
        Monday 8 to 3                                    ONLINE:                                            during the school year. All of the work for this
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    1950 N090 -                                         course (except tests) may be done outside of
        Wednesday 8 to 3                                    A basic understanding of and access to           class if the student has the appropriate operat-
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      the Internet and WWW browsing capability         ing systems.
        Friday 8 to 12                                      are required. After you have registered for      OPEN ENTRY:Â
        Fees: $20.00.                                       this course, please go to the HCC                1901 001   -
                                                            Homepage. Under the heading Academics,              This class in the Office Technology
                                                            click on the link for Distance and                  classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     CMSY-128        Introduction to HTML                   Alternative Learning. Please read the               offered on an open-entry basis, which
                     (1 credit)                             information under the heading                       means that you may attend class any of
     After successful completion of this course, the        “Information for Online Students.”                  the days and times listed below. You may
     student will be able to create a Web page using        Fees: $30.00.                                       vary your hours from week to week,
     HTML, control the format of the page, and add                                                              attend class as often as you wish, and
     graphics to the page. Additional topics covered                                                            finish this course early. You may do all of
     are ordered and unordered lists, forms, and ta-
                                                         CMSY-132         Introduction to Windows               the work for this course at home (except
     bles. This course may be completed in fewer                          (1 credit)                            tests). You must come to the college
     than 14 weeks and may be started at any time                                                               periodically (during the days and hours
                                                         After successful completion of this course, the
     during the school year. All of the work may be                                                             listed below) to take both written and
                                                         student will be able to understand and use
     done outside of class (except tests) if student                                                            computer tests that have deadlines for
                                                         Windows. Emphasis is on managing folders
     has compatible software.                                                                                   completion. During the times below, an
                                                         and files and customizing the desktop. This
     OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                                                                                instructor will be available to help you
                                                         course may be completed in fewer than 14
                                                                                                                one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
     2315 001   -                                        weeks by attending class more hours per week.
        This class in the Office Technology                                                                     50 hours to complete.
                                                         This class may be started at any time during
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is                                                                 Monday 8 to 3
                                                         the school year. All of the work for this class
        offered on an open-entry basis, which                                                                   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                         (except tests) may be done outside of class if
        means that you may attend class any of                                                                  Wednesday 8 to 3
                                                         the student has Windows. Familiarity with a
        the days and times listed below. You may                                                                Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                         computer is strongly recommended.
                                                                                                                Friday 8 to 12
        vary your hours from week to week,               OPEN ENTRY:Â                                           Fees: $20.00.
        attend class as often as you wish, and           1904 001   -
        finish this course early. You may do all of         This class in the Office Technology
        the work for this course at home (except            classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
        tests). You must come to the college                offered on an open-entry basis, which
        periodically (during the days and hours             means that you may attend class any of
        listed below) to take both written and              the days and times listed below. You may


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CMSY-136        Integrated Software                  OPEN ENTRY:Â                                        CMSY-201        Computer Systems Work
                                                     4131 001   -
                Applications (1 credit)                 This class in the Office Technology                              Experience I (3-4 credits)
After successful completion of this course, the         classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is          Supervised work experience which relates di-
student will be able to use the integration fea-        offered on an open-entry basis, which            rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
tures of Microsoft Office to copy, paste, link,         means that you may attend class any of           must receive prior approval to register for this
and embed files from one program to another             the days and times listed below. You may         work experience course. Call the Career Center
using Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.              vary your hours from week to week,               (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
Basic through advanced integration skills are           attend class as often as you wish, and               PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
covered. This course may be completed in                finish this course early. You may do all of          three credits should select Section C050.
fewer than 14 weeks and may be started at any           the work for this course at home (except             Those registering for four credits should se-
time during the school year. All of the work            tests). You must come to the college                 lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
may be done outside of class if student has             periodically (during the days and hours              ter after the semester begins.
compatible software.                                    listed below) to take written tests that             PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
    PRQ: CMSY-101, CMSY-103, CMSY-104,                  have deadlines for completion. During the            better grade point and demonstration of
    CMSY-116, and CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.                 times below, an instructor will be available         pre-employment skills. Student placement is
OPEN ENTRY:Â                                            to help you one-on-one. This course                  to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
4178 001   -                                            requires about 40-50 hours to complete.              ter (Room RCF-302).
   This class in the Office Technology                  Monday 8 to 3                                    HYBRID:_
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is              Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    5816 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
   offered on an open-entry basis, which                Wednesday 8 to 3                                 5817 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
   means that you may attend class any of               Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
   the days and times listed below. You may             Friday 8 to 12                                      of classroom interaction with the use of
   vary your hours from week to week,                   Fees: $20.00.                                       online resources. Because so many of the
   attend class as often as you wish, and                                                                   course interactions are conducted online,
   finish this course early. You may do all of                                                              the amount of class meeting time is half
   the work for this course at home. There
                                                     CMSY-143          Operating System                     that of the traditional onsite version of the
   are no tests in this course; however, there                         Fundamentals II (1 credit)           course. Students may use computers in
   are assignments that have deadlines for           After successful completion of this course, the        the campus computer labs or use their
   completion. During the times below, an            student will be able to explain how to support         home computers with Internet access to
   instructor will be available to help you          hard drives, manage memory, maintain, and              complete online course activities. See
   one-on-one. This course requires about 40-        troubleshoot Windows. This course is designed          www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
   50 hours to complete.                             to meet the needs of students who want to              information including complete technical
   Monday 8 to 3                                     work toward A+ certification. All of the work for      specifications for Hybrid and online
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                     this course (except tests) may be done outside         courses. The student will work with an on
   Wednesday 8 to 3                                  of class if the student has the appropriate op-        campus mentor who will assist the student
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    erating systems.                                       with establishing work experience goals.
   Friday 8 to 12                                        PRQ: CMSY-142                                      Student will be required to participate in a
                                                     OPEN ENTRY:Â
   Fees: $20.00.                                                                                            seminar and submit written reports on
                                                     4130 001   -                                           his/her progress.
                                                        This class in the Office Technology                 Fees: $25.00.
CMSY-142        Operating System
                                                        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
                Fundamentals I (1 credit)               offered on an open-entry basis, which
After successful completion of this course, the         means that you may attend class any of
student will be able to identify and use the            the days and times listed below. You may
functions, structure, and major system files of         vary your hours from week to week,
operating systems. This will include procedures         attend class as often as you wish, and
for creating, reviewing, and managing files, di-        finish this course early. You may do all of
rectories, and disks. This course is designed to        the work for this course at home (except
meet the needs of students who want to work             tests). You must come to the college                                    KEY
toward A+ certification. All of the work for this       periodically (during the days and hours           COURSE #
course (except tests) may be done outside of            listed below) to take written tests that
class if the student has the appropriate operat-        have deadlines for completion. During the
ing systems.                                            times below, an instructor will be available      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
    PRQ: CMSY-134                                       to help you one-on-one. This course                        Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                        requires about 40-50 hours to complete.           Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        Monday 8 to 3                                     mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        Wednesday 8 to 3                                  1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                        Friday 8 to 12
                                                        Fees: $20.00.                                     INDEX          TIME
                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                                                       DAY(S)
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                          on student schedules.



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                                                                                                                 HYBRID:_
     CMSY-202         Computer Systems Work                 COOPERATIVE                                          5814 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                      Experience II (3-4 credits)
     Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                            EDUCATION                                            5815 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                                                                                                                    A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students                                                                of classroom interaction with the use of
     must receive prior approval to register for this       COOP-190         Internship I (1-2 credit)              online resources. Because so many of the
     work experience course. Call the Career Center         Upon completion of this course, students will           course interactions are conducted online,
     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.             have enhanced skills by linking concepts and            the amount of class meeting time is half
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for              theories with application and understanding             that of the traditional onsite version of the
         three credits should select Section C050.          through experiential opportunities in a work            course. Students may use computers in
         Those registering for four credits should se-      place setting. Students must receive prior ap-          the campus computer labs or use their
         lect Section C051. Students may still regis-       proval to register for this work experience             home computers with Internet access to
         ter after the semester begins.                     course. Call the Career Center (443-518-1340)           complete online course activities. See
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           to schedule an appointment.                             www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
         better grade point and demonstration of                PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one           information including complete technical
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is            credit should select Section C050. Those            specifications for Hybrid and online
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-              registering for two credits should select Sec-      courses. The student will work with an on
         ter (Room RCF-302).                                    tion C051. Students may still register after        campus mentor who will assist the student
     HYBRID:_                                                   the semester begins.                                with establishing work experience goals.
                                                            HYBRID:_
     5818 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM          W                                                                             Student will be required to participate in a
     5819 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM          W                     5812 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                       seminar and submit written reports on
        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination             5813 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                       his/her progress.
        of classroom interaction with the use of               A Hybrid course is an ideal combination              Fees: $25.00.
        online resources. Because so many of the               of classroom interaction with the use of
        course interactions are conducted online,              online resources. Because so many of the
        the amount of class meeting time is half               course interactions are conducted online,
                                                                                                                 COOP-201        Cooperative Education
        that of the traditional onsite version of the          the amount of class meeting time is half                          Work Experience I (3-
        course. Students may use computers in                  that of the traditional onsite version of the                     4 credits)
        the campus computer labs or use their                  course. Students may use computers in
                                                                                                                 Supervised work experience which relates di-
        home computers with Internet access to                 the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                                                                 rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
        complete online course activities. See                 home computers with Internet access to
                                                                                                                 must receive prior approval to register for this
        www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                     complete online course activities. See
                                                                                                                 work experience course. Call the Career Center
        information including complete technical               www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                                                                                 (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
        specifications for Hybrid and online                   information including complete technical
                                                                                                                     PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
        courses. The student will work with an on              specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                                                                                     three credits should select Section C050.
        campus mentor who will assist the student              courses. The student will work with an on
                                                                                                                     Those registering for four credits should se-
        with establishing work experience goals.               campus mentor who will assist the student
                                                                                                                     lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
        Student will be required to participate in a           with establishing work experience goals.
                                                                                                                     ter after the semester begins.
        seminar and submit written reports on                  Student will be required to participate in a
                                                                                                                     PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
        his/her progress.                                      seminar and submit written reports on
                                                                                                                     better grade point and demonstration of
        Fees: $25.00.                                          his/her progress.
                                                                                                                     pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                               Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                                     to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                                                                                     ter (Room RCF-302).
     CONFLICT                                               COOP-191         Internship II (1-2 credit)          HYBRID:_
     RESOLUTION                                             Upon completion of this course, students will
                                                            have enhanced skills by linking concepts and
                                                                                                                 5808 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM
                                                                                                                 5809 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM
                                                                                                                                                 W
                                                                                                                                                 W
                                                                                                                    A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                            theories with application and understanding
     CRES-155         Introduction to Conflict                                                                      of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                            through experiential opportunities in a work
                                                                                                                    online resources. Because so many of the
                      Resolution (3 credits)                place setting. Students must receive prior ap-
                                                                                                                    course interactions are conducted online,
     The course will introduce students to both dif-        proval to register for this work experience
                                                                                                                    the amount of class meeting time is half
     ferent perspectives on conflict and different          course. Call the Career Center (443-518-1340)
                                                                                                                    that of the traditional onsite version of the
     strategies for resolving conflict. Conflict will be    to schedule an appointment.
                                                                                                                    course. Students may use computers in
     explored in different contexts, including inter-           PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one
                                                                                                                    the campus computer labs or use their
     group conflict, cross-cultural conflict, and inter-        credit should select Section C050. Those
                                                                                                                    home computers with Internet access to
     national conflict, with an emphasis on                     registering for two credits should select Sec-
                                                                                                                    complete online course activities. See
     interpersonal conflict. Most importantly, stu-             tion C051. Students may still register after
                                                                                                                    www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
     dents will be asked to reflect on their own style          the semester begins.
                                                                                                                    information including complete technical
     of conflict resolution and the pertinence of the           PRQ: C or better in COOP-190.
                                                                                                                    specifications for Hybrid and online
     material covered to conflict resolution in their                                                               courses. The student will work with an on
     own lives. Course content will include experi-                                                                 campus mentor who will assist the student
     ential learning and role play.                                                                                 with establishing work experience goals.
         Also listed as HEED-155.                                                                                   Student will be required to participate in a
     EVENING:                                                                                                       seminar and submit written reports on
     6230 950     6:00PM-9:15PM       MTW                                                                           his/her progress.
                                                                                                                    Fees: $25.00.



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COOP-202        Cooperative Education                CRIM-190          Criminal Justice                  ONLINE:
                                                                                                         5831 N950 -
                Work Experience II (3-                                 Internship I (3-4 credits)        5832 N951 -
                4 credits)                           Supervised work experience which relates di-           A basic understanding of and access to
                                                     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students        the Internet and WWW browsing capability
Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                     must receive prior approval to register for this       are required. After you have registered for
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                     work experience course. Call the Career Center         this course, please go to the HCC
must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.             Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for              click on the link for Distance and
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
                                                         three credits should select Section 950.           Alternative Learning. Please read the
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
                                                         Those registering for four credits should se-      information under the heading
    three credits should select Section C050.
                                                         lect Section 951. Students may still register      “Information for Online Students.” A work
    Those registering for four credits should se-
                                                         after the semester begins.                         experience at an offsite facility which
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
                                                         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           relates directly to the student’s curricular
    ter after the semester begins.
                                                         better grade point and demonstration of            area. The student will work with an on
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                         pre-employment skills. Student placement is        campus mentor who will assist the student
    better grade point and demonstration of
                                                         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          with establishing work experience goals.
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                         ter (Room RCF 305).                                Student will be required to participate in a
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                     ONLINE:
                                                                                                            seminar and submit written reports on
    ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                                                                            his/her progress. Prior approval is required
HYBRID:_
                                                     5829 N950 -
                                                     5830 N951 -                                            for this course. Call the Career Center
5810 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                                                                           (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment
5811 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                       A basic understanding of and access to
                                                        the Internet and WWW browsing capability            with Sheri Hawes. Students may still
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                        are required. After you have registered for         register after the semester begins. PRQ:
   of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                        this course, please go to the HCC                   Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
   online resources. Because so many of the
                                                        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,              better grade point average and
   course interactions are conducted online,
                                                        click on the link for Distance and                  demonstration of pre-employment skills.
   the amount of class meeting time is half
                                                        Alternative Learning. Please read the               Fees: $40.00.
   that of the traditional onsite version of the
   course. Students may use computers in                information under the heading
   the campus computer labs or use their                “Information for Online Students.” A work
   home computers with Internet access to
   complete online course activities. See
                                                        experience at an offsite facility which
                                                        relates directly to the student’s curricular
                                                                                                         DANCE
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                   area. The student will work with an on
   information including complete technical             campus mentor who will assist the student        DANC-104        Hip-Hop Dance (1 credit)
   specifications for Hybrid and online                 with establishing work experience goals.         This course will introduce students to contem-
   courses. The student will work with an on            Student will be required to participate in a     porary Hip-Hop dance technique. Students will
   campus mentor who will assist the student            seminar and submit written reports on            demonstrate hip-hop dance skills through
   with establishing work experience goals.             his/her progress. Prior approval is required     warm-ups and choreographed routines. This
   Student will be required to participate in a         for this course. Call the Career Center          class will also explore the culture and music of
   seminar and submit written reports on                (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment        hip-hop and other related styles of dance such
   his/her progress.                                    with Sheri Hawes. Students may still             as African dance, jazz, and pop/culture dance.
   Fees: $25.00.                                        register after the semester begins. PRQ:
                                                                                                         DAY:
                                                        Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                                                                         5129 701    9:30AM-12:00PM     MTTH
                                                        better grade point average and
                                                                                                            Fees: $10.00.
                                                        demonstration of pre-employment skills.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                        Fees: $40.00.

CRIM-103        Juvenile Delinquency                 CRIM-191          Criminal Justice
                (3 credits)                                            Internship II (3-4 credits)                             KEY
This course will provide an introduction to the      Supervised work experience which relates di-         COURSE #
field of juvenile crime, and the history of its      rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
treatment. Special attention will be given to        must receive prior approval to register for this
trends in youth crime, developments in juvenile      work experience course. Call the Career Center       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
law and evolving correctional practices.             (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.                    Chemistry I (4 credits)
EVENING:                                                 PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for            Emphasis on solving problems involving
3854 950     6:00PM-9:15PM      TWTH                     three credits should select Section 950.         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                         Those registering for four credits should se-     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                         lect Section 951. Students may still register    1526 501   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                         after the semester begins.                       1455 504   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                         better grade point and demonstration of          INDEX         TIME
                                                                                                           NO.
                                                         pre-employment skills. Student placement is                                  DAY(S)
                                                         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                         ter (Room RCF 305).                              Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                          on student schedules.



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     DANC-105         Belly Dancing (1 credit)
                                                           Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee
                                                           Barger-RBarger@howardcc.edu.                      EDUCATION
     This course will focus on training students to        DAY:
     understand and perform belly dance. Move-             5078 701    12:30PM-3:00PM    TWTH
     ment includes basic isolation and moves with
                                                                                                             EDUC-111          Child Growth and
                                                              Fees: $10.00.
     the head, shoulders, arms, hands, chest, belly,                                                                           Development (3 credits)
     hips, and feet as well as techniques which in-                                                          Through the study of the early childhood and
     corporate the entire body. Students will also         DANC-207        Practicum in                      elementary years, the student will be able to de-
     learn about the different music, history, and cul-                    Choreography,                     scribe the language, cognitive, physical, social,
     ture of this dance style. Students will demon-                                                          and emotional development of young children,
     strate mastery of belly dance through
                                                                           Performance Or
                                                                                                             birth to 12 years. Instruction will focus on the-
     choreographed and non-choreographed class                             Production (1 credit)             ories of child development, research methods,
     performances.                                         Self-directed study of a creative project de-     and developmental milestones. Knowledge
         Also listed as LFIT-105.                          signed to focus on a specialized area of dance    learned in this course can be applied to par-
     DAY:                                                  for presentation in a Dance Department pro-       enting and to careers in early childhood and
     9218 701     3:30PM-6:00PM      TWTH                  duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in   elementary education, and nursing. This course
        Fees: $10.00.                                      production in either stage managing, costume,     meets the Maryland State Department of Edu-
                                                           set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of    cation Child Development requirement for an
                                                           Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee           initial certificate in Early Childhood Education
     DANC-106         Practicum in                         Barger - RBarger@howardcc.edu.                    and Elementary Education. This course meets
                      Choreography,                        DAY:                                              the MSDE Human Growth and Development re-
                      Performance Or                       5133 701    12:30PM-3:00PM    TWTH                quirement for Generic Special Education In-
                                                              Fees: $10.00.                                  fant/Primary, and Generic Special Education
                      Production (1 credit)                                                                  Elementary/ Middle. This course fulfills Part 1
     Self-directed study of a creative project de-                                                           of (2 parts) of the Child Care Certificate re-
     signed to focus on a specialized area of dance
     for presentation in a Dance Department pro-           ECONOMICS                                         quired for Child Care Teacher-Preschool.
                                                                                                             (EDUC 112 is required to complete the 90-hour
     duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in                                                         Child Care Certificate.)
     production in either stage managing, costume,         ECON-101        Principles of Economics           EVENING:
     set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of                                                          2130 950     6:00PM-9:15PM      TWTH
     Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee                               (Macro) (3 credits)                  Fees: $5.00.
     Barger-RBarger@howardcc.edu.                          This course introduces students to important
     DAY:                                                  economic issues which affect an entire econo-
     5076 701     9:30AM-12:00PM
        Fees: $10.00.
                                     TWTH                  my. Students will more comfortably read and
                                                           understand books, newspapers, and magazines       EMERGENCY MEDICAL
                                                           with economic content. Topics include De-
                                                           mand and Supply Theory; Gross Domestic
                                                                                                             SERVICES
     DANC-107         Practicum in                         Product Determination; inflation; unemploy-
                      Choreography,                        ment; the role of the government and public       EMSP-205          Medical Emergencies I
                      Performance Or                       choice; fiscal and monetary policy and interna-                     (5 credits)
                                                           tional economics.
                      Production (1 credit)                                                                  Students will integrate pathophysiological prin-
                                                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                                                                                                             ciples and assessment findings to formulate a
     Self-directed study of a creative project de-         DAY:                                              field impression and implement the treatment
     signed to focus on a specialized area of dance        2000 901    9:00AM-12:15PM    TWTH
                                                                                                             plan for the medical patient. This course will
     for presentation in a Dance Department pro-              Fees: $10.00.                                  focus on cardiovascular emergencies. Course
     duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in
                                                                                                             completion in Advanced Cardiac Life Support
     production in either stage managing, costume,
                                                           ECON-102        Principles of Economics           (ACLS) is a required outcome of this course.
     set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of
                                                                                                                  PRQ: EMSP-200
     Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee                               (Micro) (3 credits)
     Barger, RBarger@howardcc.edu.                                                                           DAY:
                                                           Micro Economics introduces students to eco-       2612 301     9:00AM-4:00PM      TWTH
     DAY:                                                  nomic decision making at the individual firm,        Fees: $75.00.
     5132 701     9:30AM-12:00PM     TWTH                  consumer and industry level. Topics include
        Fees: $10.00.                                      Demand and Supply Theory; Elasticity; Cost
                                                           and Production Functions; Profit Maximization
     DANC-206         Practicum in                         Analysis; government regulation and anti-trust
                                                           and international trade. It is not necessary to
                      Choreography,                        take ECON-101 before ECON-102.
                      Performance Or                           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                      Production (1 credit)                TELECOURSE:
                                                           6056 T630 7:00PM-10:00PM      F
     Self-directed study of a creative project de-            TELECOURSE (Economics U$A) - Air
     signed to focus on a specialized area of dance           dates distributed at MANDATORY
     for presentation in a Dance Department pro-              ORIENTATION FRI, JAN 7. Additional
     duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in          classes Fri, Jan 14, 21, 28.
     production in either stage managing, costume,            Fees: $45.00.
     set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of



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ENGLISH                                                least 1,000 words) demonstrating the conven-
                                                       tions of standard written English and manu-            ENTREPRENEURSHIP
                                                       script presentation.
ENGL-085         Academic Advanced Oral                    PRQ: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-121 is          ENTR-101        Entrepreneurship and
                                                           based on English placement test scores or
                 Communication for ESL                     the successful completion of required de-                          Creativity (3 credits)
                 Students (3 credits)                      velopmental English course work.                   This interdisciplinary course is designed to in-
In ENGL-085, students will develop the listening       DAY:                                                   troduce students to the concept of sustainable
and speaking skills needed to succeed at a US          1607   101    9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH                  entrepreneurship, a manageable process that
college or university. Class work will consist of      2204   102    9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH                  can be applied across careers and work set-
                                                       2205   103    1:00PM-4:30PM      TWTH                  tings. It focuses on building entrepreneurial at-
pronunciation practice, listening activities, small    1039   104    1:00PM-4:30PM      TWTH
group and class discussion of selected readings                                                               titudes and behaviors that will lead to creative
                                                          Fees: $30.00.                                       solutions within community and organizational
and lectures, oral presentations, and simula-
tions of aspects of academic life.                     EVENING:                                               environments. Course topics include the histo-
                                                       1604 150      6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH                  ry of entrepreneurship, the role of entrepre-
    If students place into both reading and writ-      1609 151      6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH
    ing ESL courses, they are required to take                                                                neurs and intrapreneurs in the 21st century
                                                          Fees: $30.00.                                       global economy, and the identification of en-
    ENGL-085. Students can be exempted from
    this requirement by passing an oral exam.                                                                 trepreneurial opportunities. The elements of
    Please email OLA@howardcc.edu. Students            ENGL-207           Ethics in Literature                creative problem-solving, the development of a
    placed into ENGL-083 AND ENGL-084 must                                                                    business concept/model and feasibility study,
                                                                          (3 credits)                         and the social/moral/ethical implications of en-
    complete both ENGL-083 and ENGL-084 be-
    fore taking ENGL-085.                              Ethics in Literature studies poems, short stories,     trepreneurship will be incorporated. This course
                                                       drama and novels with the intention of probing         is directed toward forging views of entrepre-
DAY:
                                                       both their literary merit and the ethical ques-        neurship and intrapreneurship as they operate
0307 E101    9:00AM-12:30PM      TWTH
                                                       tions embedded within them. Students apply lit-        in today’s world. Credit will only be granted for
                                                       erary terminology and basic principles of ethics       one of the following: ENTR-100 or ENTR-101.
ENGL-097         Fundamentals of Writing               in order to understand and appreciate these                PRQ: ENGL-121
                 (3 credits)                           works. The course emphasizes close and per-            EVENING:
                                                       ceptive reading, thoughtful discussion and re-         8953 050     6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH
In ENGL-097, students will acquire the skills          flection. This course is writing intensive.               Fees: $20.00.
needed to write and revise a series of multi-              PRQ: ENGL-121.
paragraph essays. Students will also learn to
                                                       DAY:
write clearly and convincingly using logical or-       5067 101      9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH
ganization and appropriate styles of standard          9670 102      1:00PM-4:30PM      TWTH
written English. The varied writing assignments           Fees: $10.00.
will be supplemented by topical readings, oral
                                                       EVENING:
and electronic discussions, peer review and            2198 150      6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH
grammar instruction as needed.                            Fees: $10.00.
    PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
    ment tests or successful completion of
    ENGL-094.                                          ENGL-210           Introduction to Fiction,
DAY:                                                                      Poetry, & Drama
7324 101     9:00AM-12:30PM      TWTH
   Fees: $50.00.                                                          (3 credits)
EVENING:                                               Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama stud-
7325 150     6:00PM-9:30PM       TWTH                  ies conventions and characteristics of these
   Fees: $50.00.                                       three genres of literature and is particularly rec-
                                                       ommended for students new to the study of lit-
                                                       erature. Students study terminology and literary
ENGL-121         College Composition                   concepts in order to interpret, analyze and crit-
                                                       ically evaluate selections from stories, poems                                KEY
                 Writing (3 credits)
                                                       and plays. In addition, they are introduced to          COURSE #
ENGL-121 guides students through the exposi-
                                                       critical reading strategies, literary criticism, and
tory writing process through close reading of
                                                       an expanding literary canon which includes the          CHEM-101 General Inorganic
contemporary critical discourse and teaches the
                                                       work of culturally diverse writers-including a                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
rhetorical arts of argument and persuasion
                                                       classic piece from Greek or Shakespearian the-
through critical thinking, reading and research.                                                               Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                       atre. This course is writing intensive.
Students will develop an understanding of                                                                      mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                            ENGL-210 was formerly ENGL-120.
themselves as readers and writers of world cul-                                                                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                            PRQ: ENGL-121.
tures who participate with others in responsible                                                               1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
public discourse and have moral and ehtical re-        DAY:                                                    1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                       1601 101      9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH
sponsibilities in that discourse; students will
                                                       5454 102      9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH
also examine the relationship among writer, au-                                                                INDEX          TIME
                                                          Fees: $10.00.                                         NO.
dience, and purpose, and practice writing prose
                                                       EVENING:                                                                             DAY(S)
through a recursive process. Students complet-                                                                 SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                       2231 150      6:00PM-9:30PM      TWTH
ing this course should be able to write persua-                                                                Please note room assignments will be printed
sive, researched and documented essays (of at             Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                               on student schedules.



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     ENTR-102        Entrepreneurial                      ENTR-154        Introduction to eBay              OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                                                                            4986 001
                     Assessment (1 credit)                                (1 credit)                           This course is offered through the Center
     This course is a guided process that establish-      This course serves as an introduction to online      for Entrepreneurial and Business
     es a link between the entrepreneur and the           auctioneering using eBay.com. After successful       Excellence. Prior to registering, students
     Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excel-       completion of this course, the student will be       will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
     lence (CEBE). The entrepreneur will be able to       able to understand effective bidding strategies      518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
     identify the needs and goals of his existing or      when purchasing items as well as how to max-         arrange meeting days and times, have a
     proposed business and determine the status of        imize opportunity for success in selling items       written business concept prepared, and
     development and operation. An assessment re-         listed for sale on eBay.com. Familiarity with a      must be starting their business in real
     port will develop from initial input from the en-    computer, the Internet, and email skills are         time. This course is offered on an open
     trepreneur to the business coach. Based on           strongly recommended before enrolling in this        entry basis which means that the class is
     recommendations, the entrepreneur will analyze       course. This course may be completed in fewer        offered throughout the semester. Your
     methods and pathways to pursue in accord             than 14 weeks and may be started at any time         hours can vary week to week and you
     with the services and curricula offered by the       during the school year. All of the work (except      will have the opportunity to arrange those
     CEBE.                                                tests) may be done outside of class if student       hours with the Director and your business
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                         has compatible software. Credit will only be         coach.
     8507 001                                             granted for one of the following: ENTR-154 or        Fees: $50.00.
        This course is offered through the Center         ENTR-205.
        for Entrepreneurial and Business Excellence.      OPEN ENTRY:Â
        Prior to registering, students will need to
        contact Betty Noble at 443-518-4111 or
                                                          4984 001   -
                                                             This class in the Office Technology
                                                                                                            FILM
        enoble@howardcc.edu to arrange meeting               classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
        days and times, have a written business              offered on an open-entry basis, which          FILM-171        Introduction to American
        concept prepared, and must be starting               means that you may attend class any of                         Cinema (3 credits)
        their business in real time. This course is          the days and times listed below. You may
        offered on an open entry basis which                 vary your hours from week to week,             After viewing a wide variety of selected films
        means that the class is offered throughout           attend class as often as you wish, and         the student should be able to demonstrate
        the semester. Your hours can vary week to            finish this course early. You may do all of    knowledge of aesthetic principles as they apply
        week and you will have the opportunity to            the work for this course at home (except       to the film as an art medium.
        arrange those hours with the Director and            tests). You must come to the college           DAY:
        your business coach.                                 periodically (during the days and hours        4520 701    12:30PM-4:00PM     MTTH
        Fees: $25.00.                                        listed below) to take both written and            Fees: $10.00.
                                                             computer tests that have deadlines for
                                                             completion. During the times below, an
     ENTR-103        Starting Your Own                       instructor will be available to help you
                                                                                                            FILM-921        The Golden Age of
                     Business I (3 credits)                  one-on-one. This course requires about 40-                     Hollywood (3 credits)
     ENTR-103 provides the entrepreneur with a guide         50 hours to complete.                          This course will explore the classic Hollywood
     through the process of business start up or en-         Monday 8 to 3                                  films of the 1930s and 1940s. This course will
     hancement. Following the completion of the              Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                  introduce the most popular narrative tendencies
     ENTR-103, the entrepreneur will bring the busi-         Wednesday 8 to 3                               and film genres that were developed during the
     ness to successful launch or have discovered            Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                 Golden Age of Hollywood cinema, from the
     ways to improve the existing business. Goals and        Friday 8 to 12                                 rise and fall of the major classical Hollywood
     progress toward goals are reviewed with changes         Fees: $20.00.                                  studios, to the definition of the key character-
     made as needed. The entrepreneur participates                                                          istics of seamless storytelling and the basic
     in networking with other businesses and re-                                                            mode of film production used during this peri-
                                                          ENTR-903        Starting Your Own                 od. Major films and significant directors from
     sources. The entrepreneur uses these resources
     to enhance business opportunities.                                   Business II (3 credits)           this period will be viewed and discussed.
         PRQ: ENTR-102.                                   ENTR-903 provides an intermediate level of en-    FAST TRACK:
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                         trepreneurial development. This course intro-     5750 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM        F
     8508 001                                             duces skills required to enhance a young,                     9:00AM-3:00PM      S
                                                          growing business. Individual personal and busi-               12:00PM-4:15PM     SU
        This course is offered through the Center
        for Entrepreneurial and Business Excellence.      ness goals are set at the beginning of the           Earn 3 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets
        Prior to registering, students will need to       course and progress is reviewed with changes         Fri, Sat, and Sun on Jan 7-9, 14-16, 21-23.
        contact Betty Noble at 443-518-4111 or            made as necessary. Upon completion of ENTR-          Fees: $10.00.
        enoble@howardcc.edu to arrange meeting            903, the entrepreneur will have measurable im-
        days and times, have a written business           provement in business outcomes. Prerequisite:
        concept prepared, and must be starting            ENTR-103
        their business in real time. This course is
        offered on an open entry basis which
        means that the class is offered throughout
        the semester. Your hours can vary week to
        week and you will have the opportunity to
        arrange those hours with the Director and
        your business coach.
        Fees: $50.00.



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                                                                                                           ONLINE:
FINE ARTS                                               GEOLOGY                                            9243 N304
                                                                                                              A basic understanding of and access to
FINE-101         Humanities Through the                 GEOL-107         Introduction to Physical             the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                                                                              are required. After you have registered for
                 Arts (3 credits)                                        Geology (3 credits)                  this course, please go to the HCC
In this course, the humanities are approached           This course applies the principles of dynamic         Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
through a study of nine major arts: film, dance,        and structural geology in studying the composi-       click on the link for Distance and
music, literature, photography, painting, theatre,      tion and structure of earth and its rocks and         Alternative Learning. Please read the
sculpture, and architecture. Each of these arts         minerals; the internal and external forces act-       information under the heading
is considered from the perspectives of art;             ing upon the earth; and the resulting surface         “Information for Online Students.”
meaning and form expressed; and criticism or            features and agents that form them.                   Fees: $20.00.
critical evaluation.                                        If you need a 4 credit laboratory science
HYBRID:_                                                    course, you need to also register for GEOL-
4501 C701 10:00AM-12:00PM        TTH                        117.                                           HEED-150         Women’s Health
   This is a Hybrid course that combines                HYBRID:_                                                            (3 credits)
   class interaction with an extensive use of           5105 W630 6:30PM-9:30PM        T                   This course will introduce students to a variety
   online resources. Class meeting time is                 This online course incorporates the video       of women’s health issues as well as the barri-
   half that of traditional classes. Students              and print materials of a professionally         ers faced by women striving to achieve a
   may use computers in the computer labs                  produced telecourse. Course videos are          healthful lifestyle. Students will examine topics
   or use their home computers with Internet               cablecast over HCC-TV channel 96 and            including: female sexual health and reproduc-
   access to complete the online course                    videostreamed from the HCC library              tion, exercise and eating behaviors, substance
   activities.                                             hompage to individual student computers.        abuse, mental health and stress, and violence
   Fees: $20.00.                                           Tape rental is also an option. After you        against women. This course is designed to sup-
                                                           have registered, go to the Distance             port students in their personal exploration of at-
                                                           Learning Homepage on the HCC                    titudes, knowledge and values related to
FIRST YEAR                                                 homepage and click on the link
                                                           “Registered Online Students” for important
                                                                                                           women’s health and to assist them as they an-
EXPERIENCE                                                 information about your course. This
                                                           course begins online on January 3rd with
                                                                                                           alyze their personal health behaviors.
                                                                                                               Also listed as WMST-150.
                                                                                                           DAY:
                                                           required on-campus meeting dates:
FYEX-100         First Year Experience                                                                     1182 301     9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH
                                                           Tuesday, January 4, 11, 18 and 25; 6:30 -
                 (2 credits)                               9:30 p.m. RM TBA.
                                                           Fees: $45.00.
First Year Experience 100 engages students in
a highly interactive, critical thinking experience
and in a meta-cognitive pursuit to understand
themselves as intentional learners and as civic
and global citizens. Through self-assessment,
                                                        HEALTH CARE
reading, writing, and reflection, students devel-
op habits of mind necessary to engage in aca-           HEAL-105         Drug Calculations
demic inquiry, creative and critical thinking,                           (1 credit)
and scholarly discourse with integrity and civil-
                                                        Development of skills necessary to calculate
ity; develop their ability to articulate their long-
                                                        therapeutic dosages using the metric, apothe-
term goals as related to their own beliefs and
                                                        cary and household systems of measurement.
values; and strengthen their capacity to appre-
                                                        Also listed as MATH-105. PRQ: MATH-060 or
ciate diversity and effective intercultural and in-
                                                        appropriate math placement score and ENGL-
terpersonal communication.
                                                        093
DAY:
                                                        EVENING:
4979   101   9:30AM-12:00PM      TWTH
                                                        7352 350    6:15PM-7:45PM      MTTH                                       KEY
5068   102   9:30AM-12:00PM      TWTH
5069   103   1:00PM-3:30PM       TWTH                      Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                            COURSE #
5070   104   1:00PM-3:30PM       TWTH
   Fees: $25.00.                                        HEAL-110         The Health Care                    CHEM-101 General Inorganic
EVENING:
5071 150     6:00PM-8:30PM       TWTH                                    Professional (2 credits)                    Chemistry I (4 credits)
   Fees: $25.00.                                        The role of the health care professional is ex-     Emphasis on solving problems involving
FAST TRACK:                                             plored and an overview of the health care sys-      mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
3788 F645 6:00PM-8:00PM          F                      tem is included. Common issues to be studied         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
            9:00AM-12:30PM       S                      include personal and environmental safety,          1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
            9:00AM-12:30PM       SU                     health care delivery trends, communications,        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
   Earn 2 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets            and legal/ethical issues. A major focus will in-
   Fri, Sat, Sun, Jan 7-9, 14-16, 21-23.                clude application of professional practices to      INDEX          TIME
   Students must purchase textbook prior to             both hospital and pre-hospital environments.         NO.
                                                                                                                                         DAY(S)
   first class meeting.                                                                                     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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     HEED-155         Introduction to Conflict              ONLINE:                                           DAY:
                                                            9239 N305                                          2802 901     9:00AM-12:15PM     TWTH
                      Resolution (3 credits)                   A basic understanding of and access to             Fees: $15.00.
     This course will introduce students to both dif-          the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     ferent perspectives on conflict and different             are required. After you have registered for
     strategies for resolving conflict. Conflict will be       this course, please go to the HCC               HUMAN
     explored in different contexts, including inter-
     group conflict, cross-cultural conflict, and inter-
                                                               Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
                                                               click on the link for Distance and              DEVELOPMENT
     national conflict, with an emphasis on                    Alternative Learning. Please read the
     interpersonal conflict. Students will be asked to         information under the heading                   HMDV-200         Life Span Development
     reflect on their own style of conflict resolution         “Information for Online Students.”
     and the pertinence of the material covered to             Fees: $30.00.                                                    (3 credits)
     conflict resolution in their own lives.                                                                   The purpose of this course is to examine the
         Also listed as CRES-155.                                                                              growth and development of an individual
     EVENING:
     7244 350     6:00PM-9:15PM       MTW
                                                            HISTORY                                            throughout his/her life. Beginning with the pre-
                                                                                                               natal period and continuing through old age,
                                                                                                               development from a physical, intellectual, social
                                                            HIST-111         American History to 1877          and emotional perspective will be studied. The-
     HEED-211         Nutrition (3 credits)                                                                    ories on development and current research in
                                                                             (3 credits)                       the field will be reviewed with an emphasis on
     This course will provide students with a gener-
     al understanding of nutrition and health. The          A survey of American history through 1877.         application of individual case histories and per-
     functions and importance of fats, carbohy-                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.            sonal experiences. This course meets the Mary-
     drates, proteins, vitamins and minerals, and the       EVENING:                                           land State Department of Education Child
     relationship between nutrition and exercise in         2811 950    6:00PM-9:15PM      TWTH                Development requirement for an initial certifi-
     weight management are included.                           Fees: $15.00.                                   cate in Early Childhood Education, Elementary
         Also listed as NUTR-211.                                                                              Education, and Secondary Education.
     DAY:                                                                                                          NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
                                                            HIST-112         American History Since                sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
     3401 301     9:00AM-12:30PM      TTHF
        Fees: $10.00.                                                        1877 (3 credits)                      PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
     ONLINE:                                               A survey of American history from the end of       EVENING:
     5287 N630                                              Reconstruction to contemporary times.              2904 950     6:00PM-9:15PM      TWTH
        A basic understanding of and access to                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.            2905 951     6:00PM-9:15PM      TWTH
                                                                                                               2906 952     6:00PM-9:15PM      TWTH
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability            DAY:
        are required. After you have registered for         2805 901    1:00PM-4:30PM      TWTH
        this course, please go to the HCC                      Fees: $15.00.
        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
        click on the link for Distance and
                                                            TELECOURSE:                                        LIFE FITNESS
                                                            6061 T630 7:00PM-10:00PM       TH
        Alternative Learning. Please read the                  TELECOURSE (Transforming America)- Air
        information under the heading                          dates distributed at MANDATORY                  LFIT-105         Belly Dancing (1 credit)
        “Information for Online Students.”                     ORIENTATION THURSDAY, JAN 6.                    This course will focus on training students to
        Fees: $30.00.                                          Additional classes Jan 13, 20, 27.              understand and perform belly dance. Move-
                                                               Fees: $45.00.                                   ment includes basic isolation and moves with
                                                                                                               the head, shoulders, arms, hands, chest, belly,
     HEED-216         Health Care in the US                                                                    hips, and feet as well as techniques which in-
                      (3 credits)                           HIST-123         Western Civilization and          corporate the entire body. Students will also
     This course is designed to provide students                             the Modern World                  learn about the different music, history, and cul-
     with an understanding of the complexity of the                          (3 credits)                       ture of this dance style. Students will demon-
     United States health care system. Issues will be                                                          strate mastery of belly dance through
                                                            The student will be able to describe the histo-    choreographed and non-choreographed class
     discussed through an exploration of the
                                                            ry and development of Western Civilization and     performances.
     technology, costs, quality of care and health
                                                            its impact on the world from 1815 to the pres-         Also listed as DANC-105.
     care personnel associated with the delivery of
                                                            ent. The student will identify and analyze the
     health care. The course includes an overview                                                              DAY:
                                                            political, economic and intellectual movements     9756 301     3:30PM-6:00PM      TWTH
     of the health care system and an examination
                                                            that influenced the Western European mind.            Fees: $10.00.
     of the medical infrastructure with a historical
                                                            The student will examine the character of the
     perspective.
                                                            evolving modern nation state system through
                                                            the wars of unification, overseas expansion,       LFIT-127         Tai Chi (1 credit)
                                                            and the competitive national rivalries. The stu-   Tai Chi is a form of active meditation, promot-
                                                            dent will evaluate the underlying factors influ-   ing calming and inner peace. This course is de-
                                                            encing the events that shaped the modern           signed to provide the students with a
                                                            world, including two World Wars and the Cold       knowledge and ability to perform this ancient
                                                            War. The student will examine how the post-        Chinese martial art. The practice of Tai Chi will
                                                            1945 conditions affected the attitudes and         strengthen body and mind, and improve gen-
                                                            makeup of the former colonial world.               eral health and vigor. Students will also be pre-
                                                                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121           sented with the history and philosophy of Tai
                                                                                                               Chi.



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DAY:                                                                                                          PRQ: MATH-060 or appropriate math place-
5350 301     11:00AM-1:50PM     TTH                   MATH-067          Review of Algebra With                ment score and ENGL-093
   Fees: $20.00.                                                        Geometry Applications              EVENING:
                                                                        (4 credits)                        3140 450     6:15PM-7:45PM      MTTH
                                                                                                              Fees: $15.00.
MATHEMATICS                                           In this course, the student will develop skills in
                                                      manipulating algebraic expressions with integer
                                                      exponents and in simplifying polynomials, ra-        MATH-138        Statistics (4 credits)
                                                      tional expressions and radicals. The student
MATH-060         Basic Mathematics                    will write an equation for a line from given in-
                                                                                                           Development of pictorial and analytical distri-
                 (2 credits)                                                                               butions, using statistics tables, calculator, and
                                                      formation. Systems of equations will be solved
                                                                                                           computer to calculate measures of central lo-
In this course students will improve their arith-     graphically and algebraically. Methods of fac-
                                                                                                           cations and variation. This course is taught
metic skills using signed numbers, fractions and      toring second-degree polynomials and applica-
                                                                                                           using computer assisted instruction. If you do
decimals. Factoring numbers into products of          tions involving factoring will also be included.
                                                                                                           not have the equipment at your home/office
primes: conversions between decimals, frac-           Students will solve quadratic equations and re-
                                                                                                           you must plan to spend extra time on campus
tions and percents; ratio and proportion; place       lated applications using factoring and the quad-
                                                                                                           in our open computer labs.
value and least common multiples will also be         ratic formula. Application problems will include
                                                                                                               PRQ: MATH-070 or higher or appropiate
included. The use of a scientific calculator as       the use of the Theorem of Pythagoras. Classes
                                                                                                               math placement score
a problem solving tool is also taught. This           offered in HR326 A&B and HR328 are com-
                                                      puter-based instruction. Additional time is re-      DAY:
course is taught using computer-assisted in-
                                                                                                           4660 401     9:00AM-12:15PM     MTWTHF
struction. You must plan to spend extra time          quired in the computer lab. All sections require
                                                                                                           3914 450     5:45PM-9:00PM      MTWTHF
on campus in our open computer labs.                  the use of the interactive computer program
                                                                                                              Fees: $50.00.
    PRQ: Appropriate score on math placement          that comes with the text.
                                                          PRQ: Appropriate score on math placement         HYBRID:_
    test and ENGL-093
                                                                                                           5874 C401 9:00AM-11:00AM        MTWTH
DAY:                                                      test.
                                                                                                              A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
6841 401     9:30AM-11:30AM     MTWTH                 DAY:                                                    of classroom interaction with the use of
   Fees: $50.00.                                      3414 402     9:30AM-12:45PM     MTWTHF
                                                      0535 404     11:15AM-2:30PM     MTWTHF
                                                                                                              online resources. Because so many of the
EVENING:                                                                                                      course interactions are conducted online,
3106 450     6:00PM-8:00PM      MTWTH                    Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                              the amount of class meeting time is half
   Fees: $50.00.                                      EVENING:                                                that of the traditional onsite version of the
                                                      8157 450     5:45PM-9:00PM      MTWTHF
                                                                                                              course. Students may use computers in
                                                         Fees: $50.00.
MATH-061         Basic Algebra and                                                                            the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                                                              home computers with Internet access to
                 Geometry (4 credits)                 MATH-070          Intermediate Algebra                  complete online course activities. See
In this course students will be introduced to al-                                                             www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                                        (3 credits)                           information including complete technical
gebraic topics such as working with integers,
simplifying numeric expressions with expo-            The emphasis of this course is on using alge-           specifications for Hybrid and online
nents, combining similar terms, multiplying           braic and graphical techniques to model and             courses. The student will work with an on
polynomials and evaluating algebraic expres-          solve real world application problems. The use          campus mentor who will assist the student
sions. They will learn to distinguish among ex-       of a graphing calculator is required. Topics will       with establishing work experience goals.
amples of the commutative, associative and            include linear, quadratic, exponential, and log-        Student will be required to participate in a
distributive properties. Students will solve first    arithmic functions, rational exponent equations         seminar and submit written reports on
degree equations, solve and graph linear in-          (both linear and quadratic), radical equations,         his/her progress.
equalities on a number line, graph lines and in-      linear and nonlinear systems, use of the dis-           Fees: $50.00.
vestigate slope, and the x- and y- intercepts.        criminant, and inverse functions. Familiarity
They will become familiar with elementary top-        with rational expressions and equations is as-
ics in geometry. This course is taught using          sumed.
computer assisted instruction. You must plan to           PRQ: MATH 065 or MATH 067 or appro-
spend extra time on campus in our open com-               priate score on math placement test.DAY:
puter labs.                                           1560   401   8:30AM-11:45AM     MTWTHF
                                                      7444   402   9:30AM-12:45PM     MTWTHF                                      KEY
    PRQ: MATH-060 or appropriate math place-          0495   403   10:15AM-1:30PM     MTWTHF
    ment score and ENGL-093                                                                                 COURSE #
                                                      3912   404   12:30PM-3:45PM     MTWTHF
DAY:                                                  4311   420   2:00PM-5:15PM      MTWTHF
1561 401     9:00AM-12:15PM     MTWTHF                   Fees: $50.00.                                      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   Fees: $50.00.                                      EVENING:                                                       Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                      2952 450     5:45PM-9:00PM      MTWTHF                Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                         Fees: $50.00.                                      mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                            1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                      MATH-105          Drug Calculations                   1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                                        (1 credit)
                                                                                                            INDEX          TIME
                                                      Development of skills necessary to calculate           NO.
                                                      therapeutic dosages using the metric, apothe-                                      DAY(S)
                                                      cary and household systems of measurement.            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                      Also listed as HEAL-105.                              Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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                                                               PRQ: MATH 131 or MATH 143. Graphing
     MATH-141         College Algebra                          calculator (TI-84 recommended, TI-89 not        NURS-170        Nursing Work Experience
                      (3 credits)                              permitted) and required course software.                        (3 credits)
     In this course students will learn the language        DAY:                                               Supervised work experience which relates di-
     of functions and be introduced to families of          4661 401    9:30AM-12:00PM     MTWTHF              rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     functions and their applications. Topics include          Fees: $50.00.                                   must receive prior approval to register for this
     linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic        EVENING:                                           work experience course. Call the Career Center
     functions. Other topics include solving systems        4319 450    6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH               (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
     of linear equations using matrices, matrix alge-          Fees: $50.00.                                       PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     bra and linear programming. Emphasis will be                                                                  three credits should select Section 350.
     placed on solving problems algebraically and                                                                  Those registering for four credits should se-
     with the technological tools used in business
     and the social sciences.
                                                            MUSIC                                                  lect Section 351. Students may still register
                                                                                                                   after the semester begins.
         PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate math place-                                                                  PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
         ment score. (4 hours weekly)The use of a           MUSC-101         Music Appreciation                    better grade point and demonstration of
         Graphing Calculator (TI-84 recommended)                                                                   pre-employment skills. Student placement is
         and required course software.
                                                                             (3 credits)                           to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
     DAY:
                                                            An introduction to the basic concepts of music         ter (Room RCF 302).
                                                                                                               HYBRID:_
     4314 401     9:30AM-12:45PM      MTWTHF                through directed listening and discussion.
     5873 402     1:00PM-4:15PM       MTWTHF                ONLINE:                                           5826 C350
        Fees: $50.00.                                       6052 N630                                             A basic understanding of and access to
                                                            2097 N631                                             the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     EVENING:
     4315 450     5:45PM-9:00PM       MTWTHF                   A basic understanding of and access to             are required. After you have registered for
        Fees: $50.00.                                          the Internet and WWW browsing capability           this course, please go to the HCC
                                                               are required. After you have registered for        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
                                                               this course, please go to the HCC                  click on the link for Distance and
     MATH-143         Precalculus I (3 credits)                Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             Alternative Learning. Please read the
     In this course, students will further develop             click on the link for Distance and                 information under the heading
     their algebraic skills. The concept of a function         Alternative Learning. Please read the              “Information for Online Students.” A work
     as a tool to model the real world will play a             information under the heading                      experience at an offsite facility which
     central role. Polynomial, rational, exponential           “Information for Online Students.”                 relates directly to the student’s curricular
     and logarithmic functions will be studied, along          Fees: $30.00.                                      area. The student will work with an on
     with techniques for solving equations and in-                                                                campus mentor who will assist the student
     equalities, complex numbers, operations on                                                                   with establishing work experience goals.
     functions and inverse functions. A graphical ap-
     proach will be utilized throughout, with an em-
                                                            NURSING                                               Student will be required to participate in a
                                                                                                                  seminar and submit written reports on
     phasis on solving application problems.                                                                      his/her progress. Prior approval is required
         PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate score on              NURS-099         Transitions Into Nursing I           for this course. Call the Career Center
         math placement test.                                                (1 credit)                           (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment
     DAY:                                                                                                         with Sheri Hawes. Students may still
                                                            At the completion of this course, the student         register after the semester begins. PRQ:
     4316 401     9:30AM-12:00PM      MTWTHF
     5859 402     1:00PM-4:00PM       MTWTH
                                                            will utilize major theoretical and clinical con-      Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
        Fees: $50.00.                                       structs required of a student in the Howard           better grade point average and
                                                            Community College Nursing Program. The                demonstration of pre-employment skills.
     EVENING:                                               course will focus on the framework of Re-
     4318 450     6:00PM-9:00PM       MTWTH                                                                       Fees: $30.00.
                                                            sponses to Stress and its application to written
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                            assignments, the approach to theory and to
                                                            clinical funcitoning. Instruction is guided        NURS-230        Trends in Nursing
     MATH-153         Precalculus II (3 credits)            through individualized directed study and appli-                   (1 credit)
                                                            cation of clinical skills in the Campus Lab.
     This course is the second part of a two course                                                            This course provides the nursing student with
                                                                PRQ: Acceptance into Nursing Program at a
     sequence in precalculus. Students will develop                                                            an overview of the current trends and issues
                                                                level higher than NURS-130/NURS-131.
     skills in basic trigonometry and its applications,                                                        occurring today in nursing and health care
     with an emphasis on modeling with functions            DAY:
                                                            3300 301    10:00AM-12:00PM    MW                  including health care financing and economics,
     and other algebraic skills necessary for the                                                              the health care delivery system, legal and
                                                                        1:00PM-5:30PM      MW
     study of calculus. Trigonometry will be defined                                                           ethical issues, health policy and politics.
                                                               Class meets Monday and Wednesday,
     using the unit circle approach, with emphasis                                                             Students will develop competencies required to
                                                               January 3, 2011 through January 12, 2011,
     on the geometry of the circle. Classical right tri-                                                       administer safe, technical nursing care to
                                                               in N 232. Evaluation session is scheduled
     angle trigonometry will be studied, along with                                                            patients with an emphasis on resources,
                                                               for January 19, 2011 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m
     trigonometric identities and equations, the laws                                                          culture, management of care, trends,
                                                               Fees: $28.50.
     of sines and cosines, graphs and properties of                                                            communication, clinical judgment, and
     the trigonometric functions and their inverses,                                                           professional behavior. Students will be
     parametric equations, trigonometric form of                                                               challenged to examine how these issues and
     complex numbers, De Moivre’s theorem and                                                                  other current events shape nursing practice.
     polar coordinates. Additional topics from alge-                                                               PRQ: NURS-133, NURS-134.
     bra will include sequences and series. A graph-
     ical approach will be utilized throughout, with
     an emphasis on solving application problems.


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HYBRID:_
9181 C301 2:00PM-5:00PM        W
                                                    OFFICE TECHNOLOGY                                   OFFI-102        Editing Skills (3 credits)
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination                                                              After successful completion of this course, the
   of classroom interaction with the use of                                                             student will improve his or her proofreading
                                                    OFFI-100          Office Machines (1 credit)        and spelling skills and develop a business vo-
   online resources. Students may use
                                                    After successful completion of this course, the     cabulary. This will include learning proofread-
   computers in the campus computer labs
                                                    student will be able to use a business calcula-     ing techniques and capitalization, grammar,
   or use their home computers with Internet
                                                    tor with proficiency. The student will be able to   punctuation, spelling, and word usage princi-
   access to complete the online component
                                                    add, subtract, multiply, divide, use whole num-     ples. An intensive study of spelling rules is in-
   of the course. Check the Distance
                                                    bers and fractions, do accumulative and con-        cluded. This course does not take the place of
   Learning homepage for complete technical
                                                    stant multiplication and division, percentages,     an English course; it is a review (brush-up) of
   specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                    complements and chain discounts, gross and          previously acquired skills. This course may be
   courses. Mandatory class meeting times for
                                                    net profit, mark up, proration and interest prob-   completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
   the day session will be: Wednesday,
                                                    lems. Emphasis is placed on the ability to take     started at any time during the fall, winter, and
   January 5, 2011 from 2pm - 3:30pm
                                                    basic machine operations and apply them to          spring semsters. All of the work for this course
   Wednesday, January 12, 2011 from 2pm -
                                                    practical business math problems. This course       (except tests) may be done outside of class.
   3:30pm Wednesday, January 19, 2011 from
                                                    may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and             PRQ: OFFI-177
   2pm - 3:30pm Wednesday, January 26,
                                                                                                        OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                    may be started at any time during the school
   2011 from 2pm - 5:00pm
8944   C350   5:30PM-8:30PM    W                    year.                                               4108 001   -
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination          OPEN ENTRY:Â                                           This class in the Office Technology
   of classroom interaction with the use of         1408 001   -                                           classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
   online resources. Students may use                  This class in the Office Technology                 offered on an open-entry basis, which
   computers in the campus computer labs               classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is             means that you may attend class any of
   or use their home computers with Internet           offered on an open-entry basis, which               the days and times listed below. You may
   access to complete the online component             means that you may attend class any of              vary your hours from week to week,
   of the course. Check the Distance                   the days and times listed below. You may            attend class as often as you wish, and
   Learning homepage for complete technical            vary your hours from week to week,                  finish this course early. You may do all of
   specifications for Campus Web and online            attend class as often as you wish, and              the work for this course at home (except
   courses. Mandatory class meeting times for          finish this course early. You may do all of         tests). You must come to the college
   the evening session will be: Wednesday,             the work for this course at home (except            periodically (during the days and hours
   January 5, 2011 from 5:30pm - 7:00pm                tests) if you have a comparable calculator.         listed below) to take written tests that
   Wednesday, January 12, 2011 from 5:30pm             You must come to the college periodically           have deadlines for completion. During the
   - 7:00pm Wednesday, January 19, 2011                (during the days and hours listed below)            times below, an instructor will be available
   from 5:30pm - 7:00pm Wednesday,                     to take tests that have deadlines for               to help you one-on-one. This course
   January 26, 2011 from 5:30pm - 8:30pm               completion. During the times below, an              requires about 120-150 hours to complete.
                                                       instructor will be available to help you            Monday 8 to 3
                                                       one-on-one. This course requires about 40-          Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                       50 hours to complete.
NUTRITION                                              Monday 8 to 3
                                                                                                           Wednesday 8 to 3
                                                                                                           Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       Friday 8 to 12
                                                       Wednesday 8 to 3
NUTR-211         Nutrition (3 credits)                 Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
This course will provide students with a gener-        Friday 8 to 12
al understanding of nutrition and health. The          Fees: $10.00.
functions and importance of fats, carbohy-
drates, proteins, vitamins and minerals, and the
relationship between nutrition and exercise in
weight management are included.
    Also listed as HEED-211.
DAY:
8903 301      9:00AM-12:30PM   TTHF                                                                                            KEY
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                         COURSE #
ONLINE:
5857 N630
                                                                                                         CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   A basic understanding of and access to                                                                         Chemistry I (4 credits)
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability
   are required. After you have registered for                                                           Emphasis on solving problems involving
   this course, please go to the HCC                                                                     mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,                                                                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   click on the link for Distance and                                                                    1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
   Alternative Learning. Please read the
   information under the heading
                                                                                                         INDEX          TIME
   “Information for Online Students.”                                                                     NO.
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                                                      DAY(S)
                                                                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                         on student schedules.



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                                                             www.howardcc.edu/distance for more               and spring semesters. All work for this course
     OFFI-104        Data Entry (1 credit)                   information including complete technical         (except tests) may be done outside of class.
     After successful completion of this course, the         specifications for Hybrid and online                PRQ: CMSY-101, CMSY-103, CMSY-104,
     student will be able to input data in real-world        courses. The student will work with an on           CMSY-116, and CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.
     applications while building alphanumeric key-           campus mentor who will assist the student        OPEN ENTRY:Â
     boarding speed and accuracy. All of the work            with establishing work experience goals.         4133 001   -
     (except tests) may be done outside of class if          Student will be required to participate in a        This class in the Office Technology
     student has compatible software. The student            seminar and submit written reports on               classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     should have a minimum typing speed of 30                his/her progress.                                   offered on an open-entry basis, which
     words a minute before starting this course.             Fees: $25.00.                                       means that you may attend class any of
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                                                                                the days and times listed below. You may
     8085 001   -                                                                                                vary your hours from week to week,
        This class in the Office Technology               OFFI-270         Medical Transcription                 attend class as often as you wish, and
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is                            Techniques (3 credits)                finish this course early. You may do all of
        offered on an open-entry basis, which             After successful completion of this course, the        the work for this course at home (except
        means that you may attend class any of            student will be able to apply the fundamentals         tests). You must come to the college
        the days and times listed below. You may          of medical transcription including document            periodically (during the days and hours
        vary your hours from week to week,                formats and grammar and punctuation rules              listed below) to take written tests that
        attend class as often as you wish, and            when transcribing letters, chart notes, emer-          have deadlines for completion. During the
        finish this course early. You may do all of       gency room notes, history and physical exams,          times below, an instructor will be available
        the work for this course at home (except          and operative and specialty reports. This course       to help you one-on-one. This course
        tests). You must come to the college              may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and            requires about 120-150 hours to complete.
        periodically (during the days and hours           may be started at any time during the fall, win-       Monday 8 to 3
        listed below) to take both written and            ter, and spring semesters. All of the work for         Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        computer tests that have deadlines for            this course (except tests) may be done outside         Wednesday 8 to 3
        completion. During the times below, an            of class.                                              Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        instructor will be available to help you              PRQ: CMSY-102 and OFFI-290                         Friday 8 to 12
                                                          OPEN ENTRY:Â
        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-                                                               Fees: $20.00.
        50 hours to complete.                             7356 001   -
        Monday 8 to 3                                        This class in the Office Technology
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                                                                         OFFI-279        Keyboarding (1 credit)
                                                             classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
        Wednesday 8 to 3                                     offered on an open-entry basis, which            After successful completion of this course, the
        Thurday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                        means that you may attend class any of           student will be able to touch type and use cor-
        Friday 8 to 12                                       the days and times listed below. You may         rect keyboard technique. Speed and accuracy
        Fees: $20.00.                                        vary your hours from week to week,               development are stressed. This course may be
                                                             attend class as often as you wish, and           completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
                                                             finish this course early. You must attend        started at any time during the school year. All
     OFFI-201        Office Technology Work                                                                   work for this course (except graded speed and
                                                             class to use the transcription tapes;
                     Experience (3-4 credits)                however, you may do the editing of               accuracy tests) may be done outside of class.
     Supervised work experience which relates di-            transcribed material at home. You must           OPEN ENTRY:Â
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students         come to the college periodically (during         4134 001   -
     must receive prior approval to register for this        the days and hours listed below) to take            This class in the Office Technology
     work experience course. Call the Career Center          both written and computer tests, which              classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.              have deadlines for completion. During the           offered on an open-entry basis, which
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for               times below, an instructor will be available        means that you may attend class any of
         three credits should select Section C050.           to help you one-on-one. This course                 the days and times listed below. You may
         Those registering for four credits should se-       requires about 120-150 hours to complete.           vary your hours from week to week,
         lect Section C051. Students may still regis-        Monday 8 to 3                                       attend class as often as you wish, and
         ter after the semester begins.                      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       finish this course early. You may do all of
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or            Wednesday 8 to 3                                    the work for this course at home(except
         better grade point and demonstration of             Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      graded speed and accuracy tests)if you
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is         Friday 8 to 12                                      purchase the keyboarding software. You
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-           Fees: $20.00.                                       must come to the college periodically
         ter (Room RCF-302).                                                                                     (during the days and hours listed below)
     HYBRID:_
                                                                                                                 to take supervised timed writings. During
     5820 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                                                          OFFI-275         Office Simulation                     the times below, an instructor will be
     5821 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                                     (3 credits)                           available to help you one-on-one. This
        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination                                                                  course requires about 40-50 hours to
                                                          After successful completion of this course, the        complete.
        of classroom interaction with the use of          student will be able to use Word, Excel, Ac-
        online resources. Because so many of the                                                                 Monday 8 to 3
                                                          cess, and Power Point to complete office sim-          Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        course interactions are conducted online,         ulation projects. This will include setting
        the amount of class meeting time is half                                                                 Wednesday 8 to 3
                                                          priorities, organizing tasks, problem solving and      Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        that of the traditional onsite version of the     researching on the Web. In addition, general of-
        course. Students may use computers in                                                                    Friday 8 to 12
                                                          fice procedures are included. This course may          Fees: $20.00.
        the campus computer labs or use their             be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may
        home computers with Internet access to            be started at any time during the fall, winter,
        complete online course activities. See


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OFFI-280        Legal Terminology and                OPEN ENTRY:Â                                        OFFI-293        Beginning Medical
                                                     4141 001   -
                Transcription (3 credits)               This class in the Office Technology                              Transcription (3 credits)
After successful completion of this course, the         classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is          After successful completion of this course, the
student will be able to transcribe legal material       offered on an open-entry basis, which            student will be able to transcribe medical re-
from prerecorded dictation while obtaining an           means that you may attend class any of           ports from prerecorded, dictated material. This
overview of legal procedures and acquiring an           the days and times listed below. You may         course may be completed in fewer than 14
in-depth knowledge of terminology. This course          vary your hours from week to week,               weeks and may be started any time during the
may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and             attend class as often as you wish, and           fall, winter, and spring semesters. All of the
may be started at any time during the fall, win-        finish this course early. You may do all of      work for this course (except tests) may be
ter, and spring semesters. Approximately 50% of         the work for this course at home (except         done outside of class.
the work for this course may be done outside            tests). You must come to the college                  PRQ: OFFI-270.
of class.                                               periodically (during the days and hours          OPEN ENTRY:Â
     PRQ: OFFI-281                                      listed below) to take both written and           4156 001   -
OPEN ENTRY:Â                                            computer tests that have deadlines for              This class in the Office Technology
4138 001   -                                            completion. During the times below, an              classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
   This class in the Office Technology                  instructor will be available to help you            offered on an open-entry basis, which
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is              one-on-one. This course requires about 80-          means that you may attend class any of
   offered on an open-entry basis, which                90 hours to complete.                               the days and times listed below. You may
   means that you may attend class any of               Monday 8 to 3                                       vary your hours from week to week,
   the days and times listed below. You may             Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       attend class as often as you wish, and
   vary your hours from week to week,                   Wednesday 8 to 3                                    finish this course early. You must attend
   attend class as often as you wish, and               Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      class to use the transcription tapes;
   finish this course early. You must attend            Friday 8 to 12                                      however, you may do the editing of
   class to use the transcription tapes;                Fees: $20.00.                                       transcribed material at home. You must
   however, you may do the editing of                                                                       come to the college periodically (during
   transcribed material at home. You must                                                                   the days and hours listed below) to take
   come to the college periodically (during
                                                     OFFI-290          Medical Terminology                  both written and computer tests, which
   the days and hours listed below) to take                            (2 credits)                          have deadlines for completion. During the
   both written and computer tests, which            After successful completion of this course, the        times below, an instructor will be available
   have deadlines for completion. During the         student will be able to spell and define med-          to help you one-on-one. This course
   times below, an instructor will be available      ical prefixes, suffixes, and terminology peculiar      requires about 120-150 hours to complete.
   to help you one-on-one. This course               to various medical specialities. This course may       Monday 8 to 3
   requires about 120-150 hours to complete.         be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may            Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   Monday 8 to 3                                     be started any time during the fall, winter, and       Wednesday 8 to 3
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                     spring semesters. All of the work for this             Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   Wednesday 8 to 3                                  course (except tests) may be done outside of           Friday 8 to 12
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    class.                                                 Fees: $20.00.
   Friday 8 to 12                                    OPEN ENTRY:Â
   Fees: $20.00.                                     4150 001   -
                                                        This class in the Office Technology
OFFI-281        Legal Document                          classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
                                                        offered on an open-entry basis, which
                Preparation (2 credits)                 means that you may attend class any of
After successful completion of this course, the         the days and times listed below. You may
student will be able to prepare various legal           vary your hours from week to week,
forms and documents using Microsoft Word. In-           attend class as often as you wish, and
cluded is an introduction to legal terminology          finish this course early. You may do all of
and procedures. This course may be complet-             the work for this course at home (except
ed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be started            tests). You must come to the college                                   KEY
at any time during the fall, winter, and spring         periodically (during the days and hours           COURSE #
semesters. All of the work for this course (ex-         listed below) to take written tests that
cept tests) may be done outside of class if the         have deadlines for completion. During the
student has compatible word processing soft-            times below, an instructor will be available      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
ware.                                                   to help you one-on-one. This course                        Chemistry I (4 credits)
    PRQ: CMSY-104                                       requires about 80-90 hours to complete.           Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        Monday 8 to 3                                     mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        Wednesday 8 to 3                                  1526 501   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    1455 504   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                        Friday 8 to 12
                                                                                                          INDEX         TIME
                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                                                      DAY(S)
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                          on student schedules.



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     OFFI-297        Advanced Medical                     PSYCHOLOGY                                          RETL-202        Retailing Work
                     Transcription (3 credits)                                                                                Experience II (3-4 credits)
     After successful completion of this course, the      PSYC-101         General Psychology                 Supervised work experience which relates di-
     student will be able to transcribe medical re-                                                           rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     ports from prerecorded, dictated material that is
                                                                           (3 credits)                        must receive prior approval to register for this
     more rigorous and covers more medical spe-           An introductory course focusing on how psy-         work experience course. Call the Career Center
     cialties and reports than the dictation in OFFI-     chologists conduct research on human behav-         (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
     293 Beginning Medical Transcription. This            ior and the results.                                    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     course may be completed in fewer than 14                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                three credits should select Section C050.
     weeks and may be started any time during the         DAY:                                                    Those registering for four credits should se-
     fall, winter, and spring semesters. All of the       3900 901     9:30AM-12:45PM     TWTH                    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
     work for this course (except tests) may be           3901 902     9:30AM-12:45PM     TWTH                    ter after the semester begins.
     done outside of class.                                  Fees: $15.00.                                        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
          PRQ: OFFI-293                                   TELECOURSE:                                             better grade point and demonstration of
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                         6064 T630 6:30PM-9:30PM         F                       pre-employment skills. Student placement is
     4162 001   -                                            TELECOURSE (Discovering Psychology)-                 to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
        This class in the Office Technology                  Air dates distributed at MANDATORY                   ter (Room RCF-302).
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is              ORIENTATION FRI, JAN 7. Additional               HYBRID:_
        offered on an open-entry basis, which                classes Jan 14, 21, 28.                          5824 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
        means that you may attend class any of               Fees: $45.00.                                    5825 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
        the days and times listed below. You may                                                                 A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
        vary your hours from week to week,                                                                       of classroom interaction with the use of
        attend class as often as you wish, and
        finish this course early. You must attend
                                                          RETAILING                                              online resources. Because so many of the
                                                                                                                 course interactions are conducted online,
        class to use the transcription tapes;                                                                    the amount of class meeting time is half
        however, you may do the editing of                RETL-201         Retailing Work                        that of the traditional onsite version of the
        transcribed material at home. There are                                                                  course. Students may use computers in
                                                                           Experience I (3-4 credits)            the campus computer labs or use their
        no tests in this course; however, there are
        assignments that have deadline dates.             Supervised work experience which relates di-           home computers with Internet access to
        During the times below, an instructor will        rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students        complete online course activities. See
        be available to help you one-on-one. This         must receive prior approval to register for this       www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
        course requires about 80-90 hours to              work experience course. Call the Career Center         information including complete technical
        complete.                                         (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.             specifications for Hybrid and online
        Monday 8 to 3                                         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for              courses. The student will work with an on
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                         three credits should select Section C050.          campus mentor who will assist the student
        Wednesday 8 to 3                                      Those registering for four credits should se-      with establishing work experience goals.
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                        lect Section C051. Students may still regis-       Student will be required to participate in a
        Friday 8 to 12                                        ter after the semester begins.                     seminar and submit written reports on
        Fees: $20.00.                                         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           his/her progress.
                                                              better grade point and demonstration of            Fees: $25.00.
                                                              pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                              to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
     PHILOSOPHY                                               ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                                                                              SOCIOLOGY
                                                          HYBRID:_
                                                          5822 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
     PHIL-103        Introduction to Ethics               5823 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                     (3 credits)                                                                              SOCI-101        Introduction to Sociology
                                                             A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     A course designed to familiarize the student            of classroom interaction with the use of                         (3 credits)
     with the most important ethical theories of             online resources. Because so many of the         A study of concepts including culture, social-
     Western philosophy. Students will discuss and           course interactions are conducted online,        ization, deviance, social change and stratifica-
     evaluate various contemporary moral issues, as          the amount of class meeting time is half         tion will be applied to social problems and
     well as a moral ethical stance.                         that of the traditional onsite version of the    everyday living.
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                course. Students may use computers in                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
     EVENING:
                                                             the campus computer labs or use their            DAY:
     0311 750     7:00PM-10:30PM     MTTH                    home computers with Internet access to           4203 901     9:30AM-12:45PM     MTTH
                                                             complete online course activities. See              Fees: $15.00.
                                                             www.howardcc.edu/distance for more               EVENING:
                                                             information including complete technical         4202 950     6:00PM-9:30PM      MTTH
                                                             specifications for Hybrid and online                Fees: $15.00.
                                                             courses. The student will work with an on
                                                                                                              FAST TRACK:
                                                             campus mentor who will assist the student        6005 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM         F
                                                             with establishing work experience goals.                     9:00AM-3:00PM       S
                                                             Student will be required to participate in a                 12:00PM-4:15PM      SU
                                                             seminar and submit written reports on               Earn 3 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets
                                                             his/her progress.                                   Fri, Sat, and Sun on Jan 7-9, 14-16, 21-23.
                                                             Fees: $25.00.


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SPEECH                                               THEATRE                                                WOMEN’S STUDIES
SPCH-105          Fundamentals of Public             THET-101           Introduction to Acting              WMST-150         Women’s Health
                  Speaking (3 credits)                                  (3 credits)                                          (3 credits)
The focus of this course is speaking skills for      An introduction to the actor’s art through exer-       This course will introduce students to a variety
various situations with emphasis on one-to-          cises, improvisations and scripted work de-            of women’s health issues as well as the barri-
group presentations. Effective communication in      signed to boost self confidence in oral and            ers faced by women striving to achieve a
content, physical and vocal delivery as well as      physical communication skills as well as foster        healthful lifestyle. Students will examine topics
language use are stressed.                           imaginative responses to the creative theatre          including: female sexual health and reproduc-
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             process.                                               tion, exercise and eating behaviors, substance
EVENING:                                             DAY:                                                   abuse, mental health and stress, and violence
1606 750     6:30PM-9:45PM      TWTH                 9087 701      9:00AM-12:15PM     TWTH                  against women. This course is designed to sup-
FAST TRACK:                                             Fees: $20.00.                                       port students in their personal exploration of at-
6030 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM         F                                                                           titudes, knowledge and values related to
            9:00AM-3:00PM       S                                                                           women’s health and to assist them as they an-
            12:00PM-4:15PM      SU                   THET-151           The Spoken Word                     alyze their personal health behaviors.
   Earn 3 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets                            (3 credits)                             Also listed as HEED-150.
   Fri, Sat, and Sun on Jan. 7-9, 14-16, 21-23.                                                             DAY:
                                                     The course will focus on performing literary se-
                                                     lections as spoken presentations with an empha-        1183 701     9:00AM-12:30PM     TWTH

SPCH-110          Interpersonal                      sis on analyzing prose, poetry, dramatic literature,
                                                     and children’s literature in order to communicate
                  Communication                      its beauty, meaning, and emotional impact while
                  (3 credits)                        emphasizing the oral and aural quality of the
This course examines factors such as culture,        works. In addition, this course will empower indi-
perception and self-concept in verbal and non-       viduals to feel more at ease making text-based pre-
verbal language.                                     sentations at public and private events. Especially
   PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              recommended for all public performers, educa-
                                                     tion, business and journalism /mass media majors
DAY:
9086 701     9:00AM-12:15PM     TWTH                 and for those wishing to improve their delivery
   Fees: $5.00.                                      and articulation.
                                                          Also listed as SPCH-151.
                                                          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL 121.
SPCH-151          The Spoken Word                    DAY:
                  (3 credits)                        5096 701      9:00AM-12:15PM     MTW

The course will focus on performing literary se-
lections as spoken presentations with an em-         THET-920           Introduction to
phasis on analyzing prose, poetry, dramatic
literature, and children’s literature in order to
                                                                        Playwriting (3 credits)
communicate its beauty, meaning, and emo-            This course is an introduction to the art and
tional impact while emphasizing the oral and         craft of playwriting. Students will participate in
aural quality of the works. In addition, this        daily writing exercises, read play scripts, attend
course will empower individuals to feel more at      and respond to assigned theatrical performanc-
ease making text-based presentations at public       es, complete assigned written projects, and
and private events. Especially recommended for       read them in class for discussion. Emphasis is
all public performers, education, business and       placed on the student’s increasing ability to
journalism /mass media majors and for those          freely employ the tools of the craft, including,
wishing to improve their delivery and articula-      but not limited to, conflict, character, action, di-
                                                     alogue, dramatic structure, and revision of writ-
                                                                                                                                   KEY
tion.
     Also listed as THET-151.                        ten work.                                               COURSE #
     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL 121.                PRQ: ENGL-121
DAY:                                                 DAY:                                                    CHEM-101 General Inorganic
5095 701     9:00AM-12:15PM     MTW                  5897 701      9:00AM-12:15PM     MWF                             Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                                                                             Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                             mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                             1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
                                                                                                             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH

                                                                                                             INDEX          TIME
                                                                                                              NO.
                                                                                                                                          DAY(S)
                                                                                                             SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                             on student schedules.



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                                                           ONLINE:                                            HYBRID:_
     ACCOUNTING                                            1023 N090 -                                         5800 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                                                              A basic understanding of and access to           5801 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
     ACCT-111         Principles of Accounting I              the Internet and WWW browsing capability            A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                              are required. After you have registered for         of classroom interaction with the use of
                      (3 credits)                             this course, please go to the HCC                   online resources. Because so many of the
     Introduction to the recording, summarizing and           Homepage. Under the heading Academics,              course interactions are conducted online,
     analyzing of business transactions including the         click on the link for Distance and                  the amount of class meeting time is half
     preparation and interpretation of financial state-       Alternative Learning. Please read the               that of the traditional onsite version of the
     ments.                                                   information under the heading                       course. Students may use computers in
     DAY:                                                     “Information for Online Students.”                  the campus computer labs or use their
     1031   001    9:30AM-10:50AM    MW                       Fees: $30.00.                                       home computers with Internet access to
     1094   002    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                 complete online course activities. See
     2323   003    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW                    1301 M050 6:30PM-8:50PM         MW                     www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
     3849   004    2:00PM-3:20PM     MW                                                                           information including complete technical
     1022   005    8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH
                                                              Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
                                                              Fees: $25.00.                                       specifications for Hybrid and online
     1095   006    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
     5168   007    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                                                                                  courses. The student will work with an on
                                                           EXPRESS:
     1002   008    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH                   1013 P050     6:00PM-8:50PM     MW                     campus mentor who will assist the student
     5717   009    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH                      ACCT-112-P050 meets 3/21/11-5/11/11.                with establishing work experience goals.
     0534   010    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH                   1034   P060   8:30AM-2:30PM     S                      Student will be required to participate in a
        Fees: $25.00.                                         ACCT-112-P060 meets 3/19/11-5/7/11.                 seminar and submit written reports on
     EVENING:                                                 Fees: $25.00.                                       his/her progress.
     1007 050      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH                                                                          Fees: $25.00.
     1006 051      7:30PM-10:20PM    T
     5718 052      6:00PM-8:50PM     W                     ACCT-114          Managing Finances with
     1093 053      7:30PM-10:20PM    TH                                                                        ACCT-202        Accounting Field
                                                                             QuickBooks (1 credit)
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                                          Experience II (3-4 credits)
     ONLINE:
                                                           Upon completion of this course, the student
                                                           will have basic knowledge of setting up com-        Supervised work experience which relates di-
     1015 N090                                                                                                 rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
        A basic understanding of and access to             pany books including: creating chart of ac-
                                                           counts, creating vendor, customer, & employee       must receive prior approval to register for this
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability                                                               work experience course. Call the Career Center
        are required. After you have registered for        lists, managing lists, managing cash receipts
                                                           and payments, creating purchase orders, setting     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
        this course, please go to the HCC                                                                          PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             up inventory, creating sales invoices, creating
                                                           reports such as: financial statements, budgets,         three credits should select Section C050.
        click on the link for Distance and                                                                         Those registering for four credits should se-
        Alternative Learning. Please read the              customized reports, and the exporting and
                                                           printing of reports. Function accounting and            lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
        information under the heading                                                                              ter after the semester begins.
        “Information for Online Students.”                 computer skills required.
                                                                                                                   PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
        Fees: $30.00.                                      EXPRESS:
                                                           1815 P060     9:00AM-1:00PM     S                       better grade point and demonstration of
     EXPRESS:                                                                                                      pre-employment skills. Student placement is
     1005 P050     6:00PM-8:50PM     MW
                                                              ACCT-114-P060 meets 2/5/11-2/26/11.
                                                              Fees: $30.00.                                        to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
        ACCT-111-P050 meets 1/31/11-3/16/11.                                                                       ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                                                                               HYBRID:_
     1033   P060   8:30AM-2:30PM     S
        ACCT-111-P060 meets 1/29/11-3/12/11.               ACCT-201          Accounting Field                  5802 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                          5803 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                                                                             Experience I (3-4 credits)
                                                                                                                  A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                           Supervised work experience which relates di-           of classroom interaction with the use of
     ACCT-112         Principles of Accounting             rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students        online resources. Because so many of the
                      II (3 credits)                       must receive prior approval to register for this       course interactions are conducted online,
     A continuation of ACCT-111 which includes ac-         work experience course. Call the Career Center         the amount of class meeting time is half
     counting for corporations and managerial ac-          (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.             that of the traditional onsite version of the
     counting issues.                                          PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for              course. Students may use computers in
        PRQ: ACCT-111                                          three credits should select Section C050.          the campus computer labs or use their
                                                               Those registering for four credits should se-      home computers with Internet access to
     DAY:
     1010   001    8:00AM-9:20AM     MW
                                                               lect Section C051. Students may still regis-       complete online course activities. See
     9004   002    9:30AM-10:50AM    MW                        ter after the semester begins.                     www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
     5169   003    9:30AM-10:50AM    MW                        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           information including complete technical
     1092   004    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW                        better grade point and demonstration of            specifications for Hybrid and online
     1009   005    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH                       pre-employment skills. Student placement is        courses. The student will work with an on
     2324   006    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH                       to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          campus mentor who will assist the student
        Fees: $25.00.                                          ter (Room RCF-302).                                with establishing work experience goals.
     EVENING:                                                                                                     Student will be required to participate in a
     1011 050      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH                                                                          seminar and submit written reports on
     5171 051      6:00PM-8:50PM     M
     1014 052      6:00PM-8:50PM     TH
                                                                                                                  his/her progress.
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                             Fees: $25.00.




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ACCT-211        Intermediate Accounting I            ACCT-221          Advanced Accounting               AMERICAN SIGN
                (3 credits)
Accounting for cash, short-term investments, re-
                                                                       (3 credits)
                                                     Upon completion of this course, the student
                                                                                                         LANGUAGE
ceivables, liabilities, income taxes and invento-    will be able to perform accounting for partner-
ries.                                                ships; governmental accounting; accounting for      AMSL-101         Elementary American
    PRQ: ACCT-112                                    business combinations, consolidations, and                           Sign Language I
DAY:                                                 branch operations; and accounting for foreign                        (4 credits)
5173 001     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW                   currency transactions.
   Fees: $15.00.                                         PRQ: ACCT-211 and ACCT-212                      In this introductory course, students learn to
                                                                                                         sign at a basic level. They will learn about the
EVENING:                                             EVENING:
                                                     5174 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W
                                                                                                         culture of the deaf and about their community.
1016 050     6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH
                                                                                                         In class, they will focus on the basic vocabu-
   Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                         lary for signing as well as on how to form basic
                                                                                                         communication for the deaf.
ACCT-212        Intermediate Accounting              AGING SERVICES                                      DAY:
                                                                                                         2597 101     11:00AM-12:50PM     MW
                II (3 credits)
                                                                                                            Lab included. Please do not register for a
A continuation of ACCT-211 including opera-          AGNG-160          The Aging Process:                   separate lab.
tional and intangible assets, long-term invest-                        Gerontology (3 credits)           8950   102   1:00PM-2:50PM       MW
ments, leases and accounting changes and                                                                    Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                     Changes and issues associated with the aging
error correction.                                                                                           separate lab.
                                                     process are approached from a physiological,
    PRQ: ACCT-211                                                                                           Fees: $25.00.
                                                     sociological and psychological perspective.
EVENING:                                             Growing old in America is examined in rela-         EVENING:
1018 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T                    tionship to cultural and societal factors and im-   4971 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH
                                                     plications impacting on the needs of the aging         Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                     population.                                            separate lab.
ACCT-215        Cost Accounting                                                                             Fees: $25.00.
                                                         Also listed at SOCI-160.
                (3 credits)                          DAY:
Principles involved in the determination of ma-      9267 301     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW
terial, labor and overhead costs in job order
                                                                                                         AMSL-102         Elementary American
and process cost systems.                                                                                                 Sign Language II
    PRQ: ACCT-112                                    AGNG-290          Aging and Health                                   (4 credits)
EVENING:                                                               (3 credits)                       In AMSL-102, students review finger spelling
9115 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T                    This course will examine the biopsychosocial        and core signs. They continue to commuicate
                                                     processes and aspects involved with normal          basic ideas, needs and reactions. More vocab-
ACCT-217        Tax Accounting                       aging. An emphasis will be placed on examin-        ulary will be introduced as students increase
                                                     ing the effects of age changes and health de-       their conversational and receptive skills. Stu-
                (3 credits)                          viations on the functional capacity of older        dents will learn more about deaf culture, soci-
Current tax laws governing recognition of items      persons. The student will also have the oppor-      ety, and issues about the deaf.
of gross income, deductions, capital gains and       tunity to explore issues related to aging and       DAY:
losses, credits, estimated tax, employment taxes     health including chronic disease, health pro-       2171 101     9:00AM-10:50AM      MW
and the calculation of taxable income.               motion, health care systems, long-term care in-        Lab included. Please do not register for a
    PRQ: ACCT-112                                    surance, and death and dying.                          separate lab.
EVENING:                                             DAY:                                                5586   102   10:00AM-11:50AM     TTH
1020 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      TH                   9191 301     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                     Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                                                                            separate lab.
                                                                                                            Fees: $25.00.
ACCT-219        Principles of Auditing
                (3 credits)
                                                                                                                                KEY
Understanding the philosophy and environment
of auditing.                                                                                              COURSE #
    PRQ: ACCT-112
EVENING:                                                                                                  CHEM-101 General Inorganic
1021 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      M                                                                                  Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                                                                          Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                          mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                          1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                          1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                          INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                          student schedules.



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     AMSL-201          Intermediate American                  ANTH-105          Introduction to Cultural            ARABIC
                       Sign Language I                                          Anthropology (3 credits)
                       (4 credits)                            Anthropological concepts will be used to study the    ARAB-101         Elementary Arabic I
                                                              economic, family, and social systems of preliterate
     AMSL-201 expands on the skills of AMSL-101
                                                              cultures as well as American society.
                                                                                                                                     (4 credits)
     and AMSL-102 to further develop understanding
                                                                  PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              In this introductory course, students learn to lis-
     of the grammatical rules of American Sign Lan-
                                                              ONLINE:
                                                                                                                    ten, speak, write, and read at a beginning level.
     guage. Students will develop rudimentary com-
                                                              5633 N901                                             Students will become familiar with the Arabic
     petency in expressive and receptive use of ASL,
                                                                 A basic understanding of and access to             script and sound system, develop a working vo-
     as well as a greater understanding of deaf cul-
                                                                 the Internet and WWW browsing capability           cabulary, learn rudimentary grammatical con-
     ture.
                                                                 are required. After you have registered for        cepts, practice conversational dialogues, and
     DAY:                                                                                                           expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern cul-
     3768 101      12:00PM-1:50PM      TTH                       this course, please go to the HCC
                                                                 Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             tures.
         Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                                 click on the link for Distance and                 DAY:
         separate lab.
                                                                 Alternative Learning. Please read the              8955 101     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
         Fees: $25.00.
                                                                 information under the heading                         Students registered for ARAB 101-101 must
                                                                 “Information for Online Students.”                    register for a daytime ARAB 101 lab.
     AMSL-202          Intermediate American                     Fees: $30.00.                                         Fees: $25.00.
                       Sign Language II                                                                             EVENING:
                                                                                                                    2603 150     7:30PM-9:20PM       TTH
                       (4 credits)                            ANTH-120          Comparative World                      Lab included. Please do not register for a
     Building upon previous acquisition of syntactic,                           Cultures (3 credits)                   separate lab.
     pragmatic, and semantic concepts of American             This course is a study of several non-western            Fees: $25.00.
     Sign Language (ASL), students will focus on              European societies. Its emphasis is on the com-
     how to use role-shifting techniques and main-            parison of the various facets of these societies;
     tain spatial agreement and sequence classifiers                                                                ARAB-101L Elementary Arabic I Lab
                                                              their history, customs, economics, religions,
     in storytelling situations. Sociolinguistic issues in    and values. Students will have the opportunity                  (0 credits)
     the deaf community such as the variation and             to do individual research and thereby gain an         ARAB-101L students must also register for a
     language outcome resulting from contact be-              understanding and appreciation of a major cul-        daytime ARAB-101 lecture class.
     tween ASL and English will be used, analyzed             ture other than their own.                            DAY:
     and evaluated. The course includes expanded                  PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              1152 140     9:00AM-9:50AM       F
     opportunities for interaction with the deaf com-                                                               1145 141     10:00AM-10:50AM     F
                                                              DAY:
     munity as students continue to refine their pro-
                                                              8911 901     7:30PM-10:20PM      W
     ficiency in receptive and expressive skills.
     DAY:                                                                                                           ARAB-102         Elementary Arabic II
     9268 101      2:00PM-3:50PM       TTH                    ANTH-220          Cultures of the Middle                               (4 credits)
         Lab included. Please do not register for a                             East (3 credits)                    In ARAB-102 students review Arabic letters in
         separate lab.
                                                              ANTH-220 is an introduction to the culture and        isolated/connected forms, begin creating simple
         Fees: $25.00.
                                                              society of the Middle East. Students will study       sentences; learn gender, plurals, pronouns, pos-
                                                              the geography and history of the Middle East          session, geographic place names, and the
                                                              and Northern Africa as they apply to the de-          counting system through the introduction of
     ANTHROPOLOGY                                             velopment of various cultures, attitudes, and be-     meaningful vocabulary. Students will increase
                                                                                                                    their proficiency in Arabic script and sound sys-
                                                              liefs. They will compare and contrast various
                                                              institutions, both governmental and social,           tem, widen their working vocabulary, learn key
     ANTH-104          Intro. to Physical                     among the countries of these regions. Students        grammatical points, practice conversation and
                       Anthropology &                         will also look at the expression of the culture       expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern cul-
                       Archaeology (3 credits)                through art, music, food, dress, and literature.      tures.
                                                              This course is taught in English.                     DAY:
     This introduction to archaeology and physical                 Also listed as ARAB-220.                         7340 101     9:00AM-10:50AM      MW
     anthropology will study the artifacts of previous
     cultures and the fossil record of early hu-              HYBRID:_                                                 Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                              950   C901 11:00AM-12:20PM       F                       separate lab.
     mankind. Saturday field work may be substitut-                                                                    Fees: $25.00.
                                                                 A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     ed for some regular classroom meetings.
                                                                 of classroom interaction with the use of           EVENING:
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                                 online resources. Because so many of the           2178 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       MW
     DAY:                                                        course interactions are conducted online,             Lab included. Please do not register for a
     4208 901      3:30PM-4:50PM       TTH                                                                             separate lab.
                                                                 the amount of class meeting time is half
                                                                 that of the traditional onsite version of the         Fees: $25.00.
                                                                 course. Students may use computers in
                                                                 the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                 home computers with Internet access to
                                                                 complete online course activities. See
                                                                 www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                                 information including complete technical
                                                                 specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                                 courses.


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                                                       HYBRID:_
ARAB-201         Intermediate Arabic I
                                                       7566 C101 11:00AM-12:20PM       F
                                                                                                           ART
                 (4 credits)                              A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
In this intermediate level course, students con-          of classroom interaction with the use of         ARTT-101          Two-Dimensional Basic
tinue to refine their Arabic writing skills, devel-       online resources. Because so many of the
op the ability to read and understand                     course interactions are conducted online,
                                                                                                                             Design (3 credits)
sentence-level text, explore Arabic verb roots,           the amount of class meeting time is half         A course designed to develop the student’s sen-
study additional tenses, practice dialogue exer-          that of the traditional onsite version of the    sitivity to the visual world stressing two-dimen-
cises, increase their working vocabulary, and             course. Students may use computers in            sional works of art.
learn more in-depth grammar. Students will                the campus computer labs or use their            DAY:
continue to increase their proficiency in the             home computers with Internet access to           1100   701   9:00AM-12:50PM      M
Arabic script and sound system, study more                complete online course activities. See           1122   702   2:00PM-5:50PM       M
grammatical concepts, practice their reading,             www.howardcc.edu/distance for more               1123   703   9:00AM-12:50PM      T
                                                          information including complete technical         9013   704   2:00PM-5:50PM       T
and expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern
                                                                                                           5631   705   2:00PM-5:50PM       TH
cultures.                                                 specifications for Hybrid and online             2018   706   9:00AM-12:50PM      F
DAY:                                                      courses.                                            Fees: $5.00.
5860 101     11:00AM-12:50PM     MW
                                                                                                           EVENING:
   Lab included. Please do not register for a                                                              5328 750     7:30PM-9:20PM       MW
   separate lab.
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                       ARCHITECTURAL/                                      1101 751     7:00PM-10:50PM      T

EXPRESS:                                               CONSTRUCTION MGT                                       Fees: $5.00.
                                                                                                           WEEKEND:
8956 P150    5:30PM-7:20PM       MTWTH                                                                     5342 760     10:00AM-1:50PM      S
   ARAB 201-P150 meets 1/31/11-3/17/11.                                                                       Fees: $5.00.
   Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                       ARCM-102          Architectural Materials
                                                                         and Methods II (3 credits)        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
   separate lab.                                                                                           3999 J750 6:00PM-10:15PM         W
   Fees: $25.00.                                       This course is the second semester of a two            Fees: $5.00.
                                                       semester architectural methods and materials
                                                       course. Students will continue to learn about
ARAB-202         Intermediate Arabic II                the basic materials and terminology used in         ARTT-102          Three-Dimensional Basic
                 (4 credits)                           construction. The course will address the types                       Design (3 credits)
In this second intermediate level course, stu-         of materials and systems required for a con-
                                                                                                           A course designed to develop the student’s sen-
dents will be exposed to more higher-level text        trolled environment. Topics include plumbing,
                                                                                                           sitivity to the visual world stressing three-di-
and develop a better comprehension of bilater-         heating, cooling and electrical systems.
                                                                                                           mensional works of art.
al and weak verb forms. Students will practice              PRQ: ARCM-101
                                                                                                           DAY:
more conversational exchanges and greatly ex-          EVENING:
                                                                                                           1103 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      M
pand their working vocabulary.                         3589 550     6:00PM-10:00PM     M
                                                                                                           9093 702     2:00PM-5:50PM       M
DAY:                                                                                                          Fees: $20.00.
5861 101     2:00PM-3:50PM       MW
   Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                       ARCM-205          Construction
   separate lab.                                                         Documentation (3 credits)
   Fees: $25.00.                                       This course introduces the student to the tech-
EXPRESS:                                               nical and legal documents that are used in the
5837 P150    5:30PM-7:20PM       MTWTH                 construction industry. The course includes a re-
   ARAB 202-P150 meets 3/21/11-5/12/11.                view of plans, designs, specifications and con-
   Lab included. Please do not register for a          struction contracts, and incorporates a detailed
   separate lab.                                       examination of the parts of a contract and as-
   Fees: $25.00.                                       sociated liabilities. An overview of construction
                                                       law as it relates to construction documentation
                                                       is included.
ARAB-220         Cultures of the Middle                    PRQ: ARCM-102                                                            KEY
                 East (3 credits)                      EVENING:
                                                       4382 550     6:00PM-10:00PM     W                    COURSE #
This course is an introduction to the culture
and society of the Middle East. Students will
study the geography and history of the Middle                                                               CHEM-101 General Inorganic
East and Northern Africa as they apply to the
                                                       ARCM-225          Construction Scheduling                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
development of various cultures, attitudes, and                          (3 credits)                        Emphasis on solving problems involving
beliefs. They will compare and contrast various        This course is an introduction to the Critical       mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
institutions, both governmental and social,            Path Method (CPM) of construction project             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
among the countries of these regions. Students         scheduling. The emphasis is on preconstruction       1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
will also look at the expression of the culture        planning, project procurement, construction se-      1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
through art, music, food, dress, and literature.       quencing, schedule preparation and reporting.
Taught in English; this course does not fulfill                                                             INDEX            TIME           DAY(S)
                                                           PRQ: ARCM-200                                     NO.
the World Language sequence requirement.               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
    Also listed as ANTH-220.                                                                                SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                       5472 M550 6:00PM-9:15PM         TH
                                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                            student schedules.



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                                                           DAY:
     ARTT-103         Art Appreciation                     7304 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW                  ARTT-109         Drawing I (3 credits)
                      (3 credits)                          6043 702     8:00AM-9:20AM      TTH                 An introduction to basic theories, practices and
                                                              Fees: $20.00.                                    techniques of various drawing media.
     The overall purpose of this course is to en-
     courage an appreciation of Western Art. This is                                                           DAY:
     a highly visual course in which the student will      ARTT-105         Art History II (3 credits)         1154   701   9:00AM-12:50PM     M
     examine and discuss works of art from the                                                                 1153   702   2:00PM-5:50PM      M
                                                           Art from the Renaissance through the Baroque,       1197   703   2:00PM-5:50PM      T
     prehistoric to the contemporary periods. The
                                                           Neoclassical, Romantic, Modern and Post-Mod-        1186   704   9:00AM-12:50PM     W
     student will be looking at and analyzing many                                                             5369   705   2:00PM-5:50PM      W
                                                           ern periods will be studied in this course. The
     images in order to gain an understanding of                                                               9094   706   9:00AM-12:50PM     TH
                                                           student will come to recognize the major styles,
     their form and content. The student will be an-                                                           1105   707   2:00PM-5:50PM      TH
                                                           artists and monuments of each period. Culmi-
     alyzing the formal structure of various works of                                                          7305   708   9:00AM-12:50PM     F
                                                           nating in a study of our own time, the course       7306   709   2:00PM-5:50PM      F
     art as well as considering them in the context
                                                           will emphasize the relationship of artistic style      Fees: $10.00.
     of the historical period and cultural framework
                                                           to a cultural period. Art historical contexts in-
     in which they were produced. Simple studio                                                                EVENING:
                                                           clude considerations of gender and other cate-
     projects may be included. Recommended for                                                                 1107 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     T
                                                           gories of diversity.
     non-art majors.                                                                                              Fees: $10.00.
                                                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
     DAY:
                                                           DAY:
     9014 701     3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH
        Fees: $20.00.
                                                           2023 701     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                 ARTT-110         Drawing II (3 credits)
                                                              Fees: $20.00.                                    A continuation of ARTT-109 which develops
     EVENING:
                                                           EVENING:                                            style in drawing through interpretation of the
     5930 750     5:00PM-6:20PM      TTH
                                                           1111 750     7:00PM-9:50PM      T                   environment and anatomy.
        Fees: $30.00.
                                                              Fees: $20.00.
     ONLINE:
                                                                                                                   PRQ: ARTT-109.
                                                           ONLINE:                                            DAY:
     7140 W990
                                                           7532 N090                                           1185 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     M
     1391 W991
        This online course incorporates the video             A basic understanding of and access to           5371 702     2:00PM-5:50PM      T
        and print materials of a professionally               the Internet and WWW browsing capability         7307 703     2:00PM-5:50PM      TH
        produced telecourse. Course videos are                are required. After you have registered for         Fees: $15.00.
        cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and                  this course, please go to the HCC
        videostreamed from the HCC library                    Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
                                                              click on the link for Distance and               ARTT-112         Introduction to Digital
        homepage to individual student computers.
        Tape rental is also an option. After you              Alternative Learning. Please read the                             Media (3 credits)
        have registered for this course, please go            information under the heading                    This course focuses upon the use of the com-
        to the HCC Homepage. Under the heading                “Information for Online                          puter as a creative tool for the visual arts.
        Academics, click on the link for Distance             Students.”Orientation for this course is         Working with various painting & drawing pro-
        and Alternative Learning. Please read the             Wednesday, February 2, 2011, 7:30 p.m. to        grams, such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe
        information under the heading                         8:30 p.m. RM TBA.                                Photoshop, students will learn how to create
        “Information for Online Students.”                    Fees: $30.00.                                    images by drawing and painting directly with
        Fees: $45.00.                                                                                          the computer and by capturing, altering, and
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER/HYBRID:_                        ARTT-107         History of Western                 processing images using the many transforma-
     9015 J702 3:30PM-5:00PM     W                                                                             tion tools available in different software. In ad-
        Section J702 is a Hybrid course that
                                                                            Architecture II (3 credits)        dition to exploring the possibilities and
        combines class interaction with an                 An examination of the development of Western        limitations of digital media, students will ex-
        extensive use of online resources. Class           architectural styles from the Renaissance           plore the philosophical and ethical issues that
        meeting time is half that of traditional           through the 20th century and an introduction to     electronic image making presents.
        classes. Students may use computers in             contemporary problems in architecture and ur-           PRQ: ARTT-101
        the computer labs or use their home                banism.                                             DAY:
        computers with Internet access to                  DAY:                                                1363 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      M
        complete the online course activities.             5177 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                 2033 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     W
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                          1196 703     2:00PM-5:50PM      W
                                                                                                                  Fees: $50.00.
                                                           ARTT-108         Introduction to the Built
     ARTT-104         Art History I (3 credits)                             Environment (3 credits)            ARTT-122         History of Modern Art
     This course is an overview of Western Art that        Students will be introduced to the conceptual,
     will familiarize the student with prehistoric,        perceptual, behavioral, and technical aspects of
                                                                                                                                (3 credits)
     Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Minoan/Mycenaean,             environmental and architectural design, includ-     This course introduces art as a reflection of hu-
     Greco-Roman, and medieval traditions. The stu-        ing methods of analysis, problem solving, and       manity-our diversity and our creative processes.
     dent will come to recognize the major styles,         project implementation. This course includes        The History of Modern Art will root the cultur-
     monuments, and artists for each period and de-        some drawing, model-building and the study of       al achievements of the 20th Century in their
     velop a theory of the relationship of artistic        energy-efficient “green” solutions to architec-     historical settings, showing how the political,
     style to the rest of the cultural formulation. Art    ture.                                               social, and economic events of the period in-
     historical contexts include considerations of                                                             fluenced artistic creation. This course is a sur-
                                                           DAY:
     gender and other categories of diversity.             5329 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     W                   vey of the most important movements in
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              5365 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH                  Western Art from the late 19th Century to the
                                                              Fees: $10.00.                                    early 21st Century. The impact of Modernism



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on painting, sculpture, printmaking, and mixed
media will be covered. The student will learn        ARTT-140          Photography                       ARTT-146         Digital Photography I
the major artists and the influence that each art                      Appreciation (3 credits)                           (3 credits)
movement has on the next generation of artists.      This art appreciation course includes the study     In this course students will gain a working
This is an important course for those who want       of photographs in a variety of genres such as       knowledge of digital image creation and pro-
to understand contemporary art. It also meets        portraiture, landscape, photographic fictions,      duction. While revisiting traditional photograph-
the oral presentation requirement for gradua-        and more recent combinations of established         ic themes, such as portraiture, still life, the
tion.                                                forms. The course balances photography’s past       nude, the landscape, abstraction, montage, and
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             with its present, keeping in mind that the art of   the social document, students will learn the ba-
DAY:                                                 photography is constantly evolving.                 sics of scanning, selection tools, painting and
5433 701     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH                                                                      editing tools, color correction, special effects,
                                                     DAY:
   This section is also listed as FINE-102-701.      5435 701     3:30PM-6:20PM      T                   print options, and more. With an emphasis on
9107   702   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH                  5330 702     9:00AM-11:50AM     W                   content as well as craft, students will learn to
   This section is also listed as FINE-102-702.         Fees: $20.00.                                    design, retouch, and composite images for vi-
   Fees: $20.00.                                                                                         sual communication and self-expression. Basic
ONLINE:                                                                                                 computer literacy is highly recommended.
4958 N091                                            ARTT-141          Basic Photography                     PRQ: ARTT-101.
   A basic understanding of and access to                              (3 credits)                       DAY:
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability                                                              9109 701     12:30PM-4:20PM      TH
                                                     A course focusing on basic knowledge required
   are required. After you have registered for                                                              Fees: $50.00.
                                                     to identify good photographic techniques and
   this course, please go to the HCC
                                                     equipment. Includes laboratory experience. Stu-     EVENING:
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,                                                                9281 750     6:00PM-9:50PM       TH
                                                     dents must have access to a fully adjustable
   click on the link for Distance and                                                                       Fees: $50.00.
                                                     35mm SLR FILM camera. Additional supplies
   Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                     will cost around $300. Most of these supplies
   information under the heading
                                                     can be used in future Photography classes.
   “Information for Online Students.” Section
                                                     Chemicals and lab facilities are supplied.          ARTT-147         Digital Photography II
   N091 is also listed as FINE 102 N091.                                                                                  (3 credits)
                                                     BRING CAMERAS TO THE FIRST CLASS. If
   Fees: $30.00.
                                                     students do not own a camera, information will      This intermediate digital photography course,
                                                     be provided to assist them in purchasing one.       which will work with image files in the raw for-
ARTT-130        Introduction to Video I              DAY:                                                mat, will expand upon the concepts and tech-
                (3 credits)                          1194 701     12:30PM-5:00PM     M                   niques introduced in ARTT-146. Students will
                                                     5372 702     9:00AM-1:30PM      T                   master digital image creation and production in
This course will include the basic skills of            Fees: $50.00.                                    black and white and color. Digital asset man-
video: direction, camera techniques, lighting        EVENING:                                            agement and post production will be empha-
and sound techniques, and editing techniques.        1112 750     6:00PM-10:30PM     T                   sized. A digital camera with manual capabilities
The emphasis will be on producing short video           Fees: $50.00.                                    and raw format ability is required.
segments using television field production tech-                                                             PRQ: ARTT-146.
niques and design principles.
    Also listed as MASS-130                          ARTT-142          Intermediate Photography          EVENING:
                                                                                                         5634 750     6:00PM-9:50PM       M
DAY:                                                                   (3 credits)                          Fees: $50.00.
3669 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     M
1163 702     1:00PM-4:50PM      T                    An offering concentrating on creative photo-
1198 703     1:00PM-4:50PM      TH                   graphic expression and communication. In-
   Fees: $50.00.                                     cludes laboratory experience. Students must
                                                     have access to adjustable camera.
                                                         PRQ: ARTT-141.
ARTT-131        Introduction to Video II             DAY:
                (3 credits)                          8366 701     12:30PM-5:00PM     W
                                                        Fees: $50.00.
This course will include the intermediate skills
of video: producing, directing, camera tech-
niques, lighting and sound techniques, and ed-       ARTT-143          History of Photography                                   KEY
iting techniques. The emphasis will be on
producing television shows using field and stu-
                                                                       (3 credits)                        COURSE #

dio production techniques and design princi-         This course is a study of photography as a fine
ples.                                                art form from its beginnings to contemporary         CHEM-101 General Inorganic
    Also listed as MASS-131.                         times. Individual photographers’ work will be                 Chemistry I (4 credits)
    PRQ: ARTT-130 or MASS-130                        studied in some depth. Genre considerations          Emphasis on solving problems involving
DAY:                                                 such as portraiture, documentation, landscape,       mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
1148 701     1:00PM-4:50PM      M                    and the nude will be discussed. Emphasis will         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Fees: $50.00.                                     be placed on the aesthetic qualities of the pho-     1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                     tographs. Parallels will be drawn to painting        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                     and sculpture and to more recent photographs.
                                                                                                          INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                     DAY:                                                  NO.
                                                     1121 701     9:00AM-11:50AM     M
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                          student schedules.



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     ARTT-148         Digital Imaging, Raster              ARTT-153          Wheel Throwing I                    ARTT-171          Art Gallery Practicum I
                      Program I (3 credits)                                  (3 credits)                                           (1 credit)
     Using Photoshop, the current industry standard        The student will learn the properties of clay,        Students will learn exhibit design, lighting, and
     program, students will attain a comprehensive         clay preparation, wheel throwing techniques,          promotion while working in a gallery setting.
     knowledge of digital image creation and pro-          glazing techniques, and kiln technology. The          Working with the gallery director, students will
     duction. Using a raster-based graphic image           course emphasis is centering clay and throwing        help install the exhibits and design the infor-
     production and editing software program, the          bowls and cylindrical forms. Complex forms            mational materials. Proper handling, exhibit phi-
     student will gain a working knowledge of paint-       will be constructed by combining multiple sim-        losophy, press releases, and gallery
     ing and editing tools, selection techniques,          ple forms. The finished pieces will be fired and      management will be covered in this course for
     color correction, special effects, scanning, pre-     glazed.                                               those interested in arts administration, gallery
     press preparation and print options, digital pho-         PRQ: ARTT-151                                     management, or museum studies. Students may
     tography techniques and more. With an                 DAY:                                                  take this course up to three times for credit by
     emphasis on technical skill as well as craft, stu-    5635 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       T                    registering for the class in numerical sequence
     dents will learn to design, retouch, and com-            Fees: $50.00.                                      starting with ARTT-171.
     posite     images      for    effective    visual                                                           DAY:
     communication and self-expression. Basic com-                                                               5638 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T
     puter literacy is required.                           ARTT-154          Wheel Throwing II                      Fees: $5.00.
         PRQ: ARTT-112                                                       (3 credits)
     DAY:                                                  This studio ceramics course is a continuation
     1183 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T                                                                           ARTT-172          Art Gallery Practicum II
                                                           of Wheel Throwing I and reviews basic infor-
     9277 702     2:00PM-5:50PM      TH
                                                           mation about clay, wheel throwing, glazes and                           (1 credit)
        Fees: $50.00.                                      kiln technology. Starting with basic forms such       Students will learn exhibit design, lighting, and
                                                           as cylinders and bowls, this course will focus        promotion while working in a gallery setting.
     ARTT-149         Digital Imaging, Raster              on the student’s aesthetic and technical devel-       Working with the gallery director, students will
                                                           opment in the creation of larger and more             help install the exhibits and design the infor-
                      Program II (3 credits)               complex wheel-thrown functional pieces. Varia-        mational materials. Proper handling, exhibit phi-
     This course is an in-depth exploration of the         tions of attachment, such as lids, spouts, han-       losophy, press releases, and gallery
     concepts and techniques introduced in ARTT-           dles and footing devices will be covered.             management will be covered in this course for
     148. Students will further their mastery of digi-     Students will conduct clay and glaze-making           those interested in arts administration, gallery
     tal image creation with Photoshop. Students will      tests and carry out different firing range exper-     management, or museum studies. Students may
     create and design images that take advantage          iments. Students will also continue to explore        take this course up to three times for credit by
     of the unique power of the emerging digital           various decoration methods that compliment            registering for the class in numerical sequence
     technology medium.                                    the new forms.                                        starting with ARTT-171.
          PRQ: ARTT-148                                        PRQ: ARTT-153                                     DAY:
     DAY:                                                  DAY:                                                  5680 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T
     1182 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T                     5636 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      T                       Fees: $5.00.
     9275 702     2:00PM-5:50PM      TH                       Fees: $50.00.
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                                 ARTT-173          Art Gallery Practicum III
                                                           ARTT-158          Digital Imaging, Vector                               (1 credit)
     ARTT-151         Ceramics I (3 credits)                                 Program (3 credits)                 Students will learn exhibit design, lighting, and
     A course leading the student through a pro-
     gression of experiences that will result in an        Using an industry standard vector based pro-          promotion while working in a gallery setting.
     ability to create handbuilt forms.                    gram, students will focus on the use of the           Working with the gallery director, students will
                                                           computer as a creative tool for visual commu-         help install the exhibits and design the infor-
     DAY:                                                  nication. Using this vector-based graphic image       mational materials. Proper handling, exhibit phi-
     1110 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T
                                                           production and editing software program, the          losophy, press releases, and gallery
     5343 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH
                                                           student will gain a working knowledge of image        management will be covered in this course for
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                           design, creation and transformation, color se-        those interested in arts administration, gallery
     EVENING:                                              lection, special effects, prepress preparation,       management, or museum studies. Students may
     0735 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     M
                                                           print options and more. With an emphasis on           take this course up to three times for credit by
        Fees: $50.00.                                      the commercial application of technical skill         registering for the class in numerical sequence
                                                           and craft, students will learn to design and          starting with ARTT-171.
     ARTT-152         Ceramics II (3 credits)              composite images for effective visual communi-        DAY:
                                                           cation and artistic self-expression. In addition to   5641 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T
     A continuation of experiences that will result in     exploring the possibilities and limitations of dig-      Fees: $5.00.
     the mastery of handbuilt forms. Interested stu-       ital media, students will also explore the legal
     dents will also have an opportunity to explore        and ethical issues that digital image creation
     the potter’s wheel.                                   presents. Basic computer literacy is required.        ARTT-200          Graphic Design
         PRQ: ARTT-151                                          PRQ: ARTT-112                                                      (3 credits)
     DAY:
                                                           WEEKEND:                                              Fundamental principles of commercial art and
     1113 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      T
                                                           5334 760     10:00AM-1:50PM      S                    advertising design will be addressed. The stu-
     1119 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH
                                                              Fees: $50.00.                                      dent will develop the basic skills necessary to
        Fees: $50.00.
     EVENING:                                                                                                    work with specific media. A significant portion
     0734 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     M                                                                           of the course is taught on the computer.
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                                PRQ: ARTT-148 or ARTT-158


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DAY:                                                                                                        DAY:
9284 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       T                     ARTT-211          Painting I (3 credits)             1134 701     9:00AM-5:00PM       W
   Fees: $50.00.                                       A course using oil painting to develop the stu-         Section 701 meets for a one-hour
EVENING:                                               dent’s comprehension of basic elements of               orientation on February 2 in the
1161 750     7:00PM-10:50PM      W                     painting and spatial elements.                          Monteabaro Recital Hall.
   Fees: $50.00.                                          PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-109                        1135   702   9:00AM-5:00PM       TH
                                                       DAY:
                                                                                                               Section 702 meets for a one-hour
                                                       1128 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      W                       orientation on February 3 in the
ARTT-201         Advanced Color Design                    Fees: $5.00.                                         Monteabaro Recital Hall.
                 (3 credits)                                                                                1136   703   9:00AM-5:00PM       F
                                                       EVENING:                                                Section 703 has no on-campus orientation.
A course on color perception, composition,             5683 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     W
                                                                                                               Students registered for this section will be
and expression. The properties of color and               Fees: $5.00.
                                                                                                               mailed the class schedule prior to the first
color harmony will be covered. This is a good                                                                  trip.
preparatory course for painting and graphic de-                                                             1151   704   9:00AM-5:00PM       F
sign.
                                                       ARTT-212          Painting II (3 credits)
                                                                                                               Section 704 has no on-campus orientation.
    PRQ: ARTT-101                                      The student will continue the study of oil paint-       Students registered for this section will be
DAY:                                                   ing techniques and development of concepts,             mailed the class schedule prior to the first
5331 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      TH                    theories and styles of painting.                        trip.
   Fees: $20.00.                                           PRQ: ARTT-211                                       Fees: $150.00.
                                                       DAY:
                                                       1129 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      W
ARTT-204         Digital Publishing                       Fees: $5.00.                                      ARTT-223         Motion Graphics
                 (3 credits)                           EVENING:                                                              (3 credits)
The goal of this course is to familiarize students     3490 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     W
                                                                                                            This course will include basic skills in motion
with the process of creating documents that               Fees: $5.00.
                                                                                                            graphics: color, form, typography, design and
combine typography and graphics from initial                                                                movement of design elements. Students will uti-
design conception through production to final          ARTT-213          Portraiture I (3 credits)          lize software such as Adobe Photoshop and
output. The students will learn the proper use                                                              After Effects to create compositions.
of the features and commands in the software           This course will include the basic skills of por-
                                                                                                                Also listed as MASS-223
currently utilized in the digital printing industry    trait drawing: proportion, line, form, and the
                                                                                                                PRQ: ARTT-112
to create and format a variety of documents            anatomy of the head and neck. The emphasis
                                                       will be on anatomical knowledge, observation,        DAY:
that are in demand by today’s businesses and                                                                2652 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       M
publishing companies.                                  and the use of traditional design principles.
                                                            PRQ: ARTT-110                                      Fees: $50.00.
    Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass
    option.                                            DAY:
    PRQ: ARTT-148 or ARTT-158.                         1175 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     W                    ARTT-225         Life Drawing I (3 credits)
                                                          Fees: $30.00.
EVENING:                                                                                                    In this course, students learn the descriptive
1366 750     7:00PM-10:50PM      TH                                                                         and expressive drawing of the human body by
   Fees: $50.00.                                       ARTT-214          Portraiture II (3 credits)         working from live models and studying human
                                                                                                            anatomy. Students consider proportions, the
                                                       This course is a continuation of ARTT-213. The
                                                                                                            skeletal and muscular systems, surface anato-
ARTT-208         Environmental Design:                 student moves on to color work and portrait
                                                                                                            my, foreshortening, drapery, and the expressive
                 Contemporary Issues in                painting, using the combined knowledge of
                                                                                                            use of lighting. Traditional and contemporary
                                                       anatomy, drawing, color theory, and painting
                 Architecture (3 credits)                                                                   approaches to the presentation of the human
                                                       techniques.
                                                                                                            figure are explored.
Students will study green technology in Archi-             PRQ: ARTT-211 and ARTT-213
                                                                                                                PRQ: ARTT-110
tecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban             DAY:
Planning. They will sacaled working drawings,                                                               DAY:
                                                       1172 702     9:00AM-12:50PM     W
                                                                                                            1120 701     2:00PM-5:50PM       M
model making, and computer-aided designs to               Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                               Fees: $30.00.
create more advanced proposals and project
designs. Using the principles of Energy Efficient                                                                                  KEY
Building, students will design Green Architec-         ARTT-221          Art Museum Field Trips
                                                                                                             COURSE #
ture that focuses on low cost prefabricated                              (1 credit)
homes for the expanding population of Ameri-           An offering providing the student exposure to
ca and the world.                                                                                            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                       art through organized field trips and tours to art             Chemistry I (4 credits)
    PRQ: ARTT-108                                      museums. Evaluation will be on the basis of
DAY:                                                   participation and a written summary of experi-        Emphasis on solving problems involving
4474 701     9:00AM-12:50PM      W                     ences. Includes eight local trips. Information        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
5376 702     9:00AM-12:50PM      TH                                                                           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                       pertaining to all scheduled trips will be given
                                                                                                             1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                       the first day of classes. No trip will be sched-
                                                                                                             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                       uled for the first day, unless notified. Instead
                                                       there will be a one hour orientation.                 INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                            Tuition waiver not available for CustomClass      NO.
                                                            option.                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                             student schedules.



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                                                                                                                  folio will be reviewed, and strengths, deficien-
     ARTT-226         Life Drawing II (3 credits)            ARTT-230         Chinese Brush Painting II           cies, and omissions will be noted. In working
     This course is a continuation of ARTT-225, Life                          (3 credits)                         sessions during the course of the semester,
     Drawing I. The student will continue to work            This course is the continuation of ARTT-229. In      those deficiencies and omissions will be cor-
     from the live model and develop the perceptu-           this course, students will continue their study of   rected. Students will learn how to prepare work
     al skills necessary to life drawing. Advanced           the fundamental principles of Chinese art. The       for the transfer portfolio review. They will re-
     projects related to the study of anatomy and tra-       student will focus on “Six Principles” of Chi-       view sample portfolios and learn about the
     ditional drawing conventions will be required.          nese Painting for a more theoretical approach        transfer review process from admissions offi-
         PRQ: ARTT-225                                       to the course. More comprehensive study on           cers, alumni, and art instructors. At the end of
     DAY:                                                    technique in the using brush stroke, ink, color,     the course, students will have an exit portfolio
     1109 701      2:00PM-5:50PM      M                      and variations on absorbent/non-absorbent            review where they will have a final assessment
        Fees: $30.00.                                        paper will be the key for students that want to      of their preparedness for the transfer process.
                                                             acquire mastery of this art form. The subject            PRQ: ARTT-101, ARTT-102, ARTT-109 and
                                                             matter will be expanded beyond ARTT-229 to               ARTT-110 or ARTT-112
     ARTT-227         Watercolor Painting I                  include landscape and atmosphere.                    EVENING:
                      (3 credits)                                PRQ: ARTT-229                                    2034 750     6:00PM-7:20PM      M
     A course in the handling and control of media           DAY:
                                                                                                                     Fees: $10.00.
     by applying the wet and dry brush techniques.           5974 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      W
        PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-109                              Fees: $15.00.                                     ARTT-252        Painting III (3 credits)
     DAY:
     5643 701      2:00PM-5:50PM      F
                                                                                                                  This course is designed to further challenge the
        Fees: $20.00.                                        ARTT-231         Sculpture I (3 credits)             student who has completed Painting II. Each
                                                             An introduction to the basic elements, materi-       semester there will be a specific focus, such as,
                                                             als and techniques of sculpting processes.           Landscape, Still Life, The Portrait, etc. There
     ARTT-228         Watercolor Painting II                     PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-102                       will be an emphasis on the student finding and
                      (3 credits)                                                                                 developing their own style in responding to
                                                             DAY:
                                                             7310 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     M
                                                                                                                  each specific focus.
     This course is for students with previous wa-                                                                    PRQ: ARTT-212
     tercolor experience. Fundamental techniques                Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                  DAY:
     like washes, drybrush, controlled strokes, and                                                               5648 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      W
     wet-into-wet applications will be reviewed. This        ARTT-232         Sculpture II (3 credits)               Fees: $30.00.
     course will introduce pigment properties, large-
     scale composition, advanced color design, and           A continuation of elements, materials and tech-      EVENING:
                                                             niques of sculpture including individual experi-     5649 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     W
     the development of a more personal approach.
                                                             mentation and expression of the sculpturing             Fees: $30.00.
     In addition, there will be more emphasis on the
     representational conventions of form and                process.
                                                                PRQ: ARTT-231
     space, covered with a variety of subject matter                                                              ARTT-260        Designing for Interactive
     including still life, landscape, interiors, and fig-    DAY:
     ures.                                                   8076 701     2:00PM-5:50PM      M                                    Environments (3 credits)
         PRQ: ARTT-210 or ARTT-227                              Fees: $30.00.                                     This course studies interactive design principles
     DAY:
                                                                                                                  through analysis and creation of interface de-
     5647 701      2:00PM-5:50PM      F                                                                           signs for websites, multimedia presentations,
                                                             ARTT-242         Creative Darkroom                   DVD menus, and other forms of interactive
        Fees: $20.00.
                                                                              Techniques (3 credits)              media. Design applications, architecture, navi-
                                                             This course will examine and apply the mate-         gation, usability, and content are explored, as
     ARTT-229         Chinese Brush Painting I               rials and elements of experimental photograph-       well as typography, imagery, and layout tech-
                      (3 credits)                            ic techniques to enhance the student’s artistic      niques.
                                                             self-expression. Extensive lab work will be re-          Also listed as MASS-260.
     Chinese Brush Painting is a unique art form, re-                                                                 PRQ: ARTT-112
     flecting the principles of Chinese aesthetics,          quired with emphasis on experimental dark-
     specialized materials and techniques. In this           room techniques.                                     DAY:
                                                                  PRQ: ARTT-141 and ARTT-142                      1180 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     W
     course, students will learn the basic principles
                                                             EVENING:
                                                                                                                     Fees: $50.00.
     of Chinese art and their relationship to univer-
     sal design principles. The subjects for the paint-      9117 750     6:00PM-10:30PM     W
     ings will be the traditional flora and fauna               Fees: $50.00.                                     ARTT-271        Multimedia Authoring &
     typical of this art form. The techniques include
     the use of bamboo brushes; the creation of ink
                                                                                                                                  Design II (3 credits)
     washes in five gradations, the use of Chinese
                                                             ARTT-250         Portfolio Assessment                This course is a continuation of Multimedia Au-
     liquid transparent and opaque colors, and work-                          (1 credit)                          thoring and Design I. The underlying scripting
     ing on absorbent rice paper. Overall, students          This course is designed to prepare advanced vi-      language in Adobe Flash, Actionscript, is em-
     will express themselves in a Chinese form of            sual arts students for the portfolio review          phasized. In addition to vector and raster-based
     art, learn a new artistic medium, and see the           process at transfer institutions. It should be       art, students will use sound and video in pre-
     relationship to western principles and tech-            taken during the art student’s last semester at      sentations, games, and animations. Taught from
     niques.                                                 Howard Community College and is preparing            a design perspective, students will employ Ac-
     DAY:                                                    for transfer and/or graduation. Acceptance and       tionscript to produce dynamic content, interac-
     5975 701      2:00PM-5:50PM      W                      placement into programs of advanced study are        tive animation, and advanced interaction
        Fees: $15.00.                                        most frequently based upon a review of a port-       components, providing a richer, more involved
                                                             folio of the student’s work. Each student’s port-    presentation and user experience.


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   Also listed as MASS-271
   PRQ: ARTT-270 or MASS-270                         ARTT-920           Lives of the Artists on             ASTR-114         Elementary Astronomy
DAY:                                                                    Film (3 credits)                                     Lab (1 credit)
2653 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     T                    Giorgio Vasari’s Medieval sourcebook Lives of          In this course the student will acquire elemen-
   Fees: $50.00.                                     the Artists traced the flowering of the Renais-        tary observational, measurement, and experi-
                                                     sance through colorful and detailed written por-       mental experiences in astronomy. The student
                                                     traits of the most representative figures of Italian   will utilize the metric system to measure given
ARTT-281        Web Design and                       art across three centuries. Today, the ties be-        objects, make a simple telescope, plot the
                Production II (3 credits)            tween great artists and motion pictures tend to        moon’s orbit, identify spectral lines, use a mi-
This course is a continuation of Web Design          transcend the artist and his masterpieces from         crocomputer for simulations and CAI, make
and Production I. Taught from a design per-          their two-dimensional canvas confines into the         and record observations of the sunset location
spective, students will explore basic multimedia     conscious popularity of the general public. This       and moon’s phases for several weeks. Experi-
production in Adobe Flash and include multi-         course is an introduction into the historic and        ments will be performed to demonstrate scien-
media components, as well as advanced be-            cinematic world of several artists from                tific concepts used in astronomy. At least one
haviors and Javascripts, into websites using         Michelangelo to Frida Kahlo. The course con-           night time observation is required.
Adobe Dreamweaver. Students will also exam-          sists of lectures, viewing films, discussions, and          If you have completed ASTR-104 or an
ine CSS layout, template-driven websites and         journaling.                                                 equivalent course in a previous semester,
dynamic content using PHP.                                Also listed as FILM-920.                               please call the Science/Technology chair-
   Also listed as MASS-281                           DAY:                                                        person or the Admissions Office for a
   PRQ: ARTT or MASS-280                             5853 701      2:00PM-5:00PM      M                          course waiver.
DAY:                                                    Fees: $10.00.                                            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070; Pre- or
2309 701     9:00AM-12:50PM     TH                                                                               Co-requisite: ASTR-104.
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                            DAY:
                                                     ASTRONOMY                                              4005 540     9:00AM-11:00AM
                                                                                                               Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                                                             F

ARTT-906        Art and Culture of                                                                          EVENING:
                Ancient Egypt (3 credits)            ASTR-104           Elementary Astronomy                4007 585     7:30PM-9:30PM       M
                                                                                                               Fees: $43.00.
This course will examine a controversial and                            (3 credits)
fascinating epoch of ancient world history. The                                                             ONLINE:
                                                     Topics include historical astronomy, tools,            8140 N590
student will learn about ancient Egypt’s history     naked-eye observations, stars, sun, planets,
through its monuments, religion, art, and writ-                                                                A basic understanding of and access to
                                                     galactic systems, space program and life                  the Internet and WWW browsing capability
ing. The course will include such issues as          throughout the universe. Students may take 3
Egypt’s influence on western civilization, an-                                                                 are required. After you have registered for
                                                     credits of astronomy; however, LAB is needed              this course, please go to the HCC
cient ethnicity, and the nature of daily living.     for transfer of laboratory science elective.
    Also listed as HIST-906                                                                                    Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
                                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.                  click on the link for Distance and
DAY:
                                                     DAY:                                                      Alternative Learning. Please read the
5449 701     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                     4016 501      11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF                      information under the heading
                                                     EVENING:                                                  “Information for Online Students.” This
ARTT-915        Advanced Digital                     4040 550      7:30PM-10:20PM     W                        course has a mandatory on-campus
                Photography (3 credits)              ONLINE:                                                  orientation on Saturday, January 29, 2011,
                                                     4041 N590 -                                               between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
This advanced digital photography course will           A basic understanding of and access to                 and RM TBA.
expand upon the topics covered in ARTT-147.             the Internet and WWW browsing capability               Fees: $10.00.
Students will work with advanced photographic           are required. After you have registered for
and lighting concepts. Digital techniques that          this course, please go to the HCC
will be introduced include advanced image ed-           Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
iting tools, portrait retouching, image composit-       click on the link for Distance and
ing, tonal mapping, file preparation and printing       Alternative Learning. Please read the
for commercial and fine art applications. A dig-        information under the heading
ital camera with raw capabilities and manual            “Information for Online Students.” This                                    KEY
controls is required.                                   course has a mandatory on-campus
     PRQ: ARTT-147                                                                                           COURSE #
                                                        orientation on Saturday, January 29, 2011,
EVENING:                                                between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
9732 750     6:00PM-9:50PM      M                       and RM TBA.                                          CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   Fees: $50.00.                                        Fees: $30.00.                                                 Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                                                                             Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                             mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                             1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                             INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                              NO.
                                                                                                             SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                             student schedules.



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     BIOLOGY                                                 DAY:
                                                             1241   525   8:00AM-11:00AM     M
                                                                                                                 EVENING:
                                                                                                                 5107 550      7:30PM-10:20PM       T
                                                             4361   526   8:00AM-11:00AM     M
                                                             8888   527   11:00AM-2:00PM     M
     BIOL-101         General Biology I                      1203   528   11:00AM-2:00PM     M                   BIOL-104          Oceanography (3 credits)
                      (4 credits)                            2431   529   2:00PM-5:00PM      M
                                                                                                                 This course focuses on the marine environment
                                                             1229   530   2:00PM-5:00PM      M
     Following successful completion of Biology 101,         1204   531   8:00AM-11:00AM     T                   as a unique feature of the planet Earth. The
     the student will be able to describe the char-          1242   532   11:00AM-2:00PM     T                   course deals with the effect of oceans on
     acteristics of living things at all levels of organ-    2432   533   11:00AM-2:00PM     T                   weather, contributions to the physical and his-
     ization?from the atomic through the molecular,          1230   534   2:00PM-5:00PM      T                   torical development of man, and the impact of
     cellular, and organismal levels. The study of           3592   535   2:00PM-5:00PM      T                   pollutants on marine resources.
                                                                                                                 ONLINE:
                                                             1238   536   8:00AM-11:00AM     W
     human genetics, development, and anatomy
                                                             4362   537   8:00AM-11:00AM     W
     and physiology will enable the student to relate                                                            6049 W630
                                                             1207   538   11:00AM-2:00PM     W
     the chemical activities of the cell to the overall                                                          1508 W631
                                                             8890   539   11:00AM-2:00PM     W
     function of man.                                                                                            1393 W632
                                                             1220   540   2:00PM-5:00PM      W
         Only BIOL-101 day students are re-                  1221   541   2:00PM-5:00PM      W                       This online course incorporates the video
         quired to register for a BIOL-101 lab.              1280   542   8:00AM-11:00AM     TH                      and print materials of a professionally
         PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086                           1426   543   11:00AM-2:00PM     TH                      produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                             1219   544   11:00AM-2:00PM     TH                      cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
     DAY:                                                    1234   545   2:00PM-5:00PM      TH
     8887   501   8:00AM-8:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                                     videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                             1233   546   2:00PM-5:00PM      TH                      homepage to individual student computers.
     8253   502   9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF                    1429   547   11:00AM-2:00PM     F
     1205   503   10:00AM-10:52AM     MWF                                                                            Tape rental is also an option. After you
                                                             1239   548   11:00AM-2:00PM     F
     1206   504   11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF                                                                            have registered for this course, please go
     4360   505   11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF                                                                            to the HCC Homepage. Under the heading
     2430   506   12:00PM-12:52PM     MWF                    BIOL-101H        Introduction to Biology                Academics, click on the link for Distance
     1224   507   1:00PM-1:52PM       MWF                                                                            and Alternative Learning. Please read the
     1421   508   2:00PM-2:52PM       MWF                                     Seminar-HONORS                         information under the heading
     1200   509   8:00AM-9:20AM       TTH                    Students will present and discuss current sci-
     1237   510   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                                                                                     “Information for Online Students.”
     1201   511   11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH
                                                             ence journal articles that relate to Biology 101        Fees: $45.00.
     1249   512   2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH                    content. Topics will include biotechnology, ge-     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
        Fees: $43.00.                                        netics, cell biology, and medical research.         1257 J550 6:30PM-9:45PM            TH
                                                                          3:00PM.-4:00PM     W
     EVENING:                                                   This seminar begins February 23.
     1225 550     7:30PM-10:20PM      M
                  7:30PM-10:30PM      W
                                                                                                                 BIOL-105          Environmental Science
     1222   551   7:30PM-10:20PM      M                      BIOL-102         General Biology II                                   (3 credits)
                  7:30PM-10:30PM      TH
                                                                              (4 credits)                        Following the successful completion of Biology
        Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                                 105, the student will be able to describe the en-
     FAST TRACK:                                             Understanding the evolutionary and environ-         ergy, chemistry and climate that make up the
     6018 F645 5:30PM-10:00PM         F                      mental relationships that exist between all or-     earth and its atmosphere. The student will be
                 12:00PM-4:30PM       S                      ganisms.                                            able to differentiate among the various biomes
        (10 Weekends)-Feb 18-19, 25-26; Mar 4-5,                PRQ: BIOL-101                                    on earth and recognize the diversity of organ-
        11-12, 25-26; Apr 1-2, 8-9, 15-16; Apr 29-30;        DAY:                                                isms living in these ecosystems.
        May 6-7.                                             1208 501     12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF                     PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086
        Fees: $43.00.                                                     8:00AM-11:00AM     T
                                                             1209   502   12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF                 DAY:
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                                                      8254 501      9:00AM-9:52AM        MWF
     3718 J501 8:30AM-11:45AM         T                                   2:00PM-5:00PM      T
                                                                                                                 1284 502      11:00AM-12:20PM      TTH
                12:30PM-3:45PM        TH                        Fees: $43.00.
     2441 J502 8:30AM-11:45AM         T                                                                          EVENING:
                                                             EVENING:
                8:30AM-11:45AM        TH                                                                         1285 550      7:30PM-10:20PM       W
                                                             1202 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH
     8230 J550 6:30PM-9:45PM          T                                   7:30PM-10:30PM     T
                6:30PM-9:45PM         TH                     5162   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH
        Fees: $43.00.                                                     7:30PM-10:30PM     W
                                                                                                                 BIOL-105H         Environmental Science -
                                                                Fees: $43.00.                                                      HONORS
     BIOL-101L        General Biology I Lab                                                                      Students will carry out a field related research proj-
                                                                                                                 ect. The project will include preliminary research,
                      (0 credits)                            BIOL-103         Human Heredity                     developing a hypothesis based on nature and lo-
     Only BIOL-101 day students are required                                  (3 credits)                        cation of the project, setting up and carrying out
     to register for a BIOL-101L section.                    Human Heredity is an introductory life science      an experiment, analyzing results, drawing a con-
                                                             course designed for students who are not ma-        clusion and writing a scientific paper. Field work
                                                             joring in the life sciences. Topics in the course   may be included depending on the nature of the
                                                             include the basic principles of inheritance, a      project. Environmental Science Honors Seminar
                                                             survey of human hereditary characteristics and      will run in conjunction with BIOL-105. This semi-
                                                             disorders, and genetic technology and gene          nar begins Feb. 21, 2-3 pm. Other meeting times
                                                             manipulation.                                       and dates for the field work are:
                                                                                                                 3/21   field work - 2-5 pm
                                                             DAY:
                                                                                                                 4/4    field work - 2-5 pm
                                                             1299 501     2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH
                                                                                                                 4/25   data analysis 2-5 pm
                                                                                                                 5/9    concluding work 2-4 pm



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                                                     WEEKEND:
BIOL-106        Basic Anatomy and                    2434 560     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                   BIOL-203         Anatomy and Physiology
                Physiology (4 credits)                            9:00AM-12:00PM     S                                     I (4 credits)
                                                        This section starts on Saturday, January
This course is designed for students who need                                                             Topics include histology, integumentary, skele-
                                                        29, 2011.
one semester of science which provides a             4258   561   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                   tal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, and
learning sequence of the human body systems,                      12:30PM-3:30PM     S                    special senses. For nursing students and those
fluid-electrolyte balance and tissues. The inte-        This section starts on Saturday, January          desiring two semesters of A&P only.
grated approach to studying biological, chemi-          29, 2011.                                              PRQ: BIOL-101 or BIOL-107
cal and physics relationships is stressed.              Fees: $43.00.                                     DAY:
Special emphasis, however, is given to the                                                                2439 501     10:00AM-10:52AM     MWF
                                                     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
physics concepts applicable to human physiol-        8255 J501 8:30AM-11:45AM        TH                                2:00PM-5:00PM       M
ogy. The laboratory program will develop an                     8:30AM-11:45AM       T                    1264   502   10:00AM-10:52AM     MWF
understanding of the interrelationships of the       8256 J502 8:30AM-11:45AM        TH                                1:00PM-4:00PM       F
human body systems.                                             12:30PM-3:45PM       T                    1265   503   11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF
                                                     8866 J550 6:30PM-9:45PM         M                                 2:00PM-5:00PM       W
    PRQ: PHYS-100 or BIOL-101
                                                                6:30PM-9:45PM        T                    3934   504   11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF
EVENING:                                                                                                               8:00AM-11:00AM      F
1290 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     M                       Fees: $43.00.                                     3935   505   2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH
             7:30PM-10:30PM     W                                                                                      8:00AM-11:00AM      T
   Fees: $43.00.                                                                                          3936   506   2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH
                                                     BIOL-200          Microbiology (4 credits)                        8:00AM-11:00AM      TH
                                                     Study of bacteria, algae, fungi, protozoa and        3938   507   11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH
BIOL-107        Fundamentals of                      viruses in terms of morphology, classification,                   2:00PM-5:00PM       TH
                                                     reproduction, metabolism, genetics, population       5068   508   11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH
                Microbiology (4 credits)                                                                               2:00PM-5:00PM       T
                                                     growth and environmental effects on growth
This one semester course is designed mainly                                                                  Fees: $43.00.
                                                     and disease.
for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-                                                           EVENING:
                                                         PRQ: BIOL-101 and 4 credits of chemistry.
dents. This course will investigate the charac-                                                           1266 550     7:30PM-10:20PM      T
teristics of living things from the molecular to     EVENING:
                                                                                                                       7:30PM-10:30PM      TH
                                                     1211 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH
the cellular level for both prokaryotic and eu-                                                           1267   551   7:30PM-10:20PM      T
                                                                  7:30PM-10:30PM     T
karyotic cells. The study of microbiology will                                                                         7:30PM-10:30PM      W
                                                        Fees: $43.00.                                     1251   552   7:30PM-10:20PM      W
enable the student to understand the biology of
bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses in terms of    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                            7:30PM-10:30PM      M
                                                     8868 M501 10:45AM-11:45AM       MW                   1451   553   7:30PM-10:20PM      W
the transmission of disease.
                                                                8:30AM-10:30AM       MW                                7:30PM-10:30PM      T
    PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086                                   12:00PM-1:00PM       M                       Fees: $43.00.
DAY:                                                 8877 M502 10:45AM-11:45AM       MW
                                                                                                          WEEKEND:
8233 501     8:00AM-8:52AM      MWF                             1:30PM-3:30PM        MW
                                                                                                          5910 560     7:30PM-10:20PM      TH
             11:00AM-2:00PM     W                               12:00PM-1:00PM       W
                                                                                                                       8:30AM-11:30AM      S
1261   502   8:00AM-8:52AM      MWF                  8878 M550 5:30PM-6:30PM         MW
             11:00AM-2:00PM     F                               7:30PM-9:30PM        MW                      This section starts on Saturday, January
1260   503   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF                             6:45PM-7:15PM        MW                      29, 2011.
             11:00AM-2:00PM     M                       Fees: $43.00.                                     2440   561   7:30PM-10:20PM      TH
2433   504   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF                                                                                    12:00PM-3:00PM      S
             2:00PM-5:00PM      M                                                                            This section starts on Saturday, January
8257   505   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                  BIOL-201          Genetics (3 credits)                  29, 2011.
             11:00AM-2:00PM     T                                                                            Fees: $43.00.
8258   506   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                  Principles of inheritance in terms of the struc-
                                                     ture and function of genetic material in viruses,    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
             11:00AM-2:00PM     TH
                                                     bacteria and higher organisms.                       8979 M501 8:30AM-10:30AM         MW
8259   507   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                                                                                     10:45AM-12:20PM       MW
             2:00PM-5:00PM      T                        PRQ: BIOL-101 and MATH-070.                      2635 M550 7:30PM-9:30PM          MW
8260   508   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                  DAY:                                                            5:30PM-9:00PM         MW
             2:00PM-5:00PM      TH                   1213 501     11:00AM-11:52AM    MWF                     Fees: $43.00.
   Fees: $43.00.                                     5056 502     12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF
EVENING:                                                                                                                         KEY
1262 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     T
             7:30PM-10:30PM     W                    BIOL-202          Genetics Lab (1 credit)             COURSE #
1263   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     T                    In the genetics laboratory, students will investi-
             7:30PM-10:30PM     TH
1250   552   7:30PM-10:20PM     W
                                                     gate the basic principles of genetics using a va-     CHEM-101 General Inorganic
             7:30PM-10:30PM     M                    riety of organisms and laboratory techniques.                  Chemistry I (4 credits)
1248   553   7:30PM-10:20PM     W                    Computer simulations will also be utilized.           Emphasis on solving problems involving
             7:30PM-10:30PM     F                        If you have completed BIOL-201 or an              mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   Fees: $43.00.                                         equivalent course in a previous semester,          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                         please call the Science/Technology chair-         1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                         person or the Admissions Office for a             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                         course waiver.
                                                         PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: BIOL-201               INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                     DAY:
                                                     1210 540     2:00PM-5:00PM      M                     SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                     4288 541     2:00PM-5:00PM      W                     Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                        Fees: $43.00.                                      student schedules.



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     BIOL-203H       Anatomy and Physiology               BIOL-204H        Anatomy and Physiology            BUSINESS
                     Seminar-HONORS                                        Seminar-HONORS
     Challenging clinical case studies related to the     Challenging clinical case studies related to the   BMGT-100        Introduction to Business
     BIOL 203 lecture and laboratory will be pre-         BIOL 204 lecture and laboratory will be pre-
     sented and discussed by students. Students           sented and discussed by students. Students
                                                                                                                             & Organization (3 credits)
     may select their own case study for their pres-      may select from several cases that are available   In this course, students will explore all of the
     entation, or may select for several cases that       from the instructor.                               primary disciplines in business on an introduc-
     are available from the instructor.                               11:00AM-12:00PM    W          CL225    tory level: economics, human resource man-
                  11:00AM-12:00PM    T                       This seminar begins February 23.                agement,       finance    options,   managerial
        This seminar begins February 22.                                                                     accounting principles and marketing strategies.
                                                                                                             Students will examine challenges present in the
                                                          BIOL-206         Nutrition for Health              current business environment and consider
     BIOL-204        Anatomy and Physiology                                Services (3 credits)              them with an eye toward ethics, social respon-
                     II (4 credits)                       A study of nutrients, caloric requirements, and    sibility and effective management strategies in a
     Continuation of BIOL-203 and includes the cir-       the digestion, absorption, and metabolic func-     global economy. The course is kept current by
     culatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and re-    tions of nutrients in the body.                    students’ exposure to guest speakers and case
     productive systems.                                      PRQ: BIOL-204.                                 analyses. Some written and oral reports will be
         PRQ: BIOL-203                                                                                       required from these activities. This course is
                                                          EVENING:                                           ideal both for students who wish to pursue a
     DAY:                                                 1279 550    6:00PM-7:20PM      MW
                                                                                                             career in business and those who wish to gain
     1252 501     9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
                  2:00PM-5:00PM      M
                                                                                                             a better understanding of the business world in
                                                                                                             which they live.
     1272   502   9:00AM-9:52AM
                  8:00AM-11:00AM
                                     MWF
                                     T                    BIOMEDICAL                                         DAY:
     3940   503   12:00PM-12:52PM
                  2:00PM-5:00PM
                                     MWF
                                     W                    ENGINEERING TECH                                   4989
                                                                                                             2316
                                                                                                                    001
                                                                                                                    002
                                                                                                                          8:00AM-9:20AM
                                                                                                                          9:30AM-10:50AM
                                                                                                                                             MW
                                                                                                                                             MW
     3941   504   12:00PM-12:52PM    MWF                                                                     4990   003   9:30AM-10:50AM     MW
                  8:00AM-11:00AM     F                                                                       5268   004   11:00AM-12:20PM    MW
     3942   505   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                  BMET-112         Electro-Mechanical                1494   005   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW
                  2:00PM-5:00PM      TH                                    Fluidics I (3 credits)            4988   006   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW
     8893   506   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                                                                     5862   007   4:00PM-5:20PM      MW
                  2:00PM-5:00PM      T                    The student, upon successsful completion of        1401   008   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
        Fees: $43.00.                                     course, will be able to utilize the basic con-     4987   009   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                          cepts to investigate the physics of and interre-   1495   010   12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH
     EVENING:
                                                          lation between electrical, mechanically fluidic    9135   011   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH
     1274 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     M
                                                          and optical systems. The student will know the     5619   012   4:00PM-5:20PM      TTH
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     T
     1275   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     M                    basic components of each system, where in the      EVENING:
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     W                    overall system they occur and what their func-     1406 050     7:30PM-8:50PM      TTH
     1254   552   7:30PM-10:20PM     W                    tion is toward the correct operation of the sys-   1496 051     6:00PM-8:50PM      W
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     TH                   tem.                                               ONLINE:
     1454   553   7:30PM-10:20PM     W                         PRQ: ELEC-107 and PHYS-101.                   1402 N090
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     F                                                                       9683 N091
     2453   554   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                   WEEKEND:
                                                          2455 560    5:30PM-10:30PM     F                   6000 N092
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     M                                                                          A basic understanding of and access to
     4014   555   7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                      Fees: $33.00.
                                                                                                                the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                  7:30PM-10:30PM     M
        Fees: $43.00.                                                                                           are required. After you have registered for
                                                          BMET-212         Biomedical                           this course, please go to the HCC
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                                                     Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     8243 M501 10:15AM-12:20PM       TTH                                   Instrumentation II
                                                                                                                click on the link for Distance and
                8:30AM-10:05AM       TTH                                   (5 credits)                          Alternative Learning. Please read the
     8314 M502 10:15AM-12:20PM       TTH
                1:00PM-2:35PM        TTH                  Utilization of electronic and mechanical princi-      information under the heading
     8317 M550 5:45PM-7:15PM         TTH                  ples for maintenance and repair of biomedical         “Information for Online Students.”
                3:00PM-5:00PM        TTH                  equipment.                                            Fees: $30.00.
     7270 M551 5:45PM-7:15PM         TTH                      PRQ: BMET-211
                7:30PM-9:30PM        TTH
                                                          EVENING:
     5845 M560 6:00PM-8:55PM         F
                                                          1452 550    5:30PM-7:20PM      T
                8:30AM-1:30PM        S
                                                                      5:30PM-10:30PM     TH
        This section starts on Saturday, January             Fees: $33.00.
        29, 2011.
        Fees: $43.00.




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HYBRID:_                                              create an effective marketing plan for an or-       ing effectively. This course will include case
5863 C001 8:00AM-9:20AM         F                     ganization. The course is kept current by stu-      studies, role-playing and journaling. BMGT-134:
4991 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         M                     dents’ exposure to guest speakers and case          In this course the student will learn how coach-
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination            analyses. Some written and oral reports will be     ing as a philosophy and a set of behaviors is
   of classroom interaction with the use of           required from these activities.                     impacting organizations and their leaders today.
   online resources. Because so many of the              PRQ: BMGT-100.                                   Students will be able to apply coaching behav-
   course interactions are conducted online,          DAY:                                                iors to all types of leadership situations. Stu-
   the amount of class meeting time is half           6733 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                  dents will explore and understand the
   that of the traditional onsite version of the      EVENING:                                            relationship between leader/coach and employ-
   course. Students may use computers in              8958 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T                   ee/team member. Learning tools will include
                                                      HYBRID:_
   the campus computer labs or use their                                                                  case studies, journaling, experiential learning
   home computers with Internet access to             5864 C001 11:00AM-12:20PM       F                   and role play.
   complete online course activities. See                A Hybrid course is an ideal combination              Classes will be taught over four weekends
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                    of classroom interaction with the use of             with one full Saturday at the start, 1/29/11,
   information including complete technical              online resources. Because so many of the             9am-4pm, and one half day Saturday at the
   specifications for Hybrid and online                  course interactions are conducted online,            end, 5/7/11, 9am-1pm. These classes will
   courses.                                              the amount of class meeting time is half             meet the following weekends: 3/11-3/13,
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                   that of the traditional onsite version of the        3/25-3/27, 4/8-4/10, and 4/29-5/1.
1414 J001 12:00PM-1:30PM        TTH                      course. Students may use computers in                When registering by phone, both four-digit
   Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11                    the campus computer labs or use their                course ID numbers will be requested.
1413   M060 6:00PM-10:30PM      F                        home computers with Internet access to               Please, no substitutions in combination
            8:30AM-5:45PM       S                        complete online course activities. See               classes.
   Section M060 meets Friday and Saturday,                                                                5137   L060   9:00AM-4:00PM      S
                                                         www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
   February 4-5, 11-12 and February 25-26th.                                                              5138          6:00PM-8:00PM      F
                                                         information including complete technical                       9:00AM-5:00PM      S
                                                         specifications for Hybrid and online                           8:00AM-2:00PM      SU
BMGT-120         Small Business                          courses.                                                       9:00AM-1:00PM      S
                                                                                                             Fees: $60.00
                 Management (3 credits)
Small business management blends entrepre-            BMGT-132          Sales & Sales
neurial goals with a realistic survey of the wide                       Management (3 credits)            BMGT-134          Coaching As a Tool for
variety of functional business skills needed to       This course focuses on helping the student                            an Effective Leader
operate a small firm effectively. The course will     learn how to sell and how to manage sales                             (3 credits)
focus on skills such as marketing, financial          people. The sales process will be taught on an
management, and business planning, as well as                                                             In this course the student will learn how coach-
                                                      in-depth level: prospecting, developing relation-
a clearer view of small business’ contribution to                                                         ing as a philosophy and a set of behaviors is
                                                      ships and presentations, presentation delivery,
the national economy. Students will improve                                                               impacting organizations and their leaders today.
                                                      closing and follow-up. Substantial student in-
their problem-solving abilities through experien-                                                         Students will be able to apply coaching behav-
                                                      volvement in oral presentations and written
tial exercises, classroom discussion, and the                                                             iors to all types of leadership situations. Stu-
                                                      communication will strengthen these skills. The
completion of a partial business plan by                                                                  dents will explore and understand the
                                                      sales management process will include motiva-
course’s end.                                                                                             relationship between leader/coach and employ-
                                                      tion, compensation, and supervision. This in-
                                                                                                          ee/team member. Learning tools will include
EVENING:                                              teractive class is appropriate for entrepreneurs
5849 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     T                                                                         case studies, journaling, experiential learning
                                                      and business majors who need to recognize
                                                                                                          and role play.
HYBRID:_                                              and deal with the importance of sales people
7285 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                     in an organization.                                 DAY:
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination                                                                2748 001      11:00AM-12:20PM    MW
                                                      DAY:                                                   Fees: $30.00.
   of classroom interaction with the use of           1247 001     3:30PM-4:50PM      MW
   online resources. Because so many of the
   course interactions are conducted online,
   the amount of class meeting time is half           BMGT-133/134 Coaching for
   that of the traditional onsite version of the                 Performance in the
   course. Students may use computers in                                                                                         KEY
   the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                 Workplace/Coaching As a
                                                                                                           COURSE #
   home computers with Internet access to                        Tool for an Effective
   complete online course activities. See                        Leader (6 Credits)
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                                                                      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                      BMGT-133: In this course the student will learn               Chemistry I (4 credits)
   information including complete technical
                                                      and understand the basic theory and principles
   specifications for Hybrid and online                                                                    Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                      of coaching for performance improvement. This
   courses.                                                                                                mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                      theory will include the history of coaching, the
                                                                                                            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                      practicing coach in today's workplace, and the       1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
BMGT-130         Principles of Marketing              application of psychology in business coaching.      1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
                                                      In addition, the student will begin to develop
                 (3 credits)                          some of the skills required to coach individu-       INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
Students will learn the introductory principles of    als in organizations for performance improve-         NO.
marketing—research, segmentation, targeting,          ment. After successful completion of this            SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
product/service attributes, pricing, distribution     course, the student will have worked on co-cre-      Please note room assignments will be printed on
and promotion. Strategies will be explored to         ating a coaching relationship and communicat-        student schedules.



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     BMGT-135          Developing Organization                BMGT-145         Principles of Management           BMGT-150         International Business
                       Coaching Culture                                        (3 credits)                                         Issues Seminar (1 credit)
                       (3 credits)                            This class focuses on the knowledge needed          This course provides an in-depth exploration of
     Coaching creates a performance focused, feed-            by today’s business managers as they make de-       current issues in business across all disciplines.
     back enriched organization capable of creating           cisions in the current frequently changing, glob-   The course frames backbone disciplines-eco-
     and sustaining a competitive advantage. This is          al workplace. Students will obtain skills in such   nomics, finance, operations, human resource
     the business case for coaching. This course in-          areas as: leadership, domestic and global busi-     management and marketing-around the issues
     troduces the student to the principles of cultur-        ness culture, strategy and decision-making, the     of globalization and social responsibility. Stu-
     al change that lay the foundation around which           four basic management functions, and informa-       dents will do an environmental scan focusing
     a coaching culture is initiated. The student will        tion and operations systems management. The         on the competitive, technological, economic,
     learn what a coaching culture looks like in an           course will provide several opportunities to        sociocultural, legal/ethical environments in a
     organization and how to apply transformational           apply knowledge in individual and small group       country of their choice. There are several op-
     coaching throughout an organization for the              assignments and activities. This course will in-    tions for taking this course: 1)Required for in-
     purpose of creating high performance in indi-            troduce the concepts of project management          ternational business majors; 2)Students wishing
     viduals, teams and the organization as a whole.          and the importance of strategic vision.             to earn an honors designation may also take
     (3 hours weekly)                                             PRQ: BMGT-100                                   this course simultaneously with one of several
                                                              DAY:                                                BMGT or ACCT courses and earn honors cred-
     EVENING:
                                                              1256 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                  it through Schoenbrodt program. 3)As an hon-
     8959 050      6:00PM-8:50PM       TH
                                                              EVENING:                                            ors seminar for students in honors programs;
         Fees: $30.00.
                                                              1281 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      M                   4) Students with GPA of 3.2 or higher; 5)With
                                                              ONLINE:
                                                                                                                  permission of the instructor is required.
     BMGT-136          Coaching Through                       1282 N090 -                                         HONORS:
                       Change and Transition                     A basic understanding of and access to           1432 H070 12:30PM-1:50PM         W
                                                                 the Internet and WWW browsing capability            BMGT-150-H070 runs from 2/16/11-4/27/11.
                       (3 credits)                               are required. After you have registered for
     In this course the student will learn how coach-            this course, please go to the HCC
     ing functions as a powerful tool to move indi-                                                               BMGT-151         Business Law I (3 credits)
                                                                 Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     viduals and organizations through transition.               click on the link for Distance and               This introductory course provides students with
     The student will learn how the cultural                     Alternative Learning. Please read the            an opportunity to study law and its impact on
     changes, demanded in the business world                     information under the heading                    business. Students will learn basic legal con-
     today, drive the implementation of a coaching               “Information for Online Students.”               cepts and their application, build a vocabulary
     model. The student will be able to apply the                Fees: $30.00.                                    unique to business and the law and develop
                                                              HYBRID:_
     coaching principles that underpin an organiza-                                                               critical thinking skills that are essential to ana-
     tional culture that is flexible, resilient and adapt-    5865 C001 9:30AM-10:50AM        F                   lyzing cases and making sound business deci-
     able to change. The student will practice                   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination          sions. The course will provide students with an
     coaching techniques that move individuals suc-              of classroom interaction with the use of         opportunity to study current legal and ethical is-
     cessfully through life transitions.                         online resources. Because so many of the         sues affecting business, contracts, sales, and
     EVENING:                                                    course interactions are conducted online,        the American legal system. The knowledge and
     5660 050      6:00PM-8:50PM       T                         the amount of class meeting time is half         skills gained from Business Law I are useful for
         Fees: $30.00.                                           that of the traditional onsite version of the    careers in business, human resources, man-
                                                                 course. Students may use computers in            agement, alternative dispute resolution, public
                                                                 the campus computer labs or use their            policy, sales and entrepreneurship.
     BMGT-141          Supervisory Development                   home computers with Internet access to           DAY:
                       (3 credits)                               complete online course activities. See           1416   001   8:00AM-9:20AM       MW
                                                                 www.howardcc.edu/distance for more               5617   002   9:30AM-10:50AM      MW
     Through this course, students will develop skills
                                                                                                                  5866   003   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
     for successful supervision in business, industry            information including complete technical
                                                                                                                  1491   004   11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH
     and government. This course emphasizes the                  specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                                 courses.                                         EVENING:
     understanding and demonstration of basic su-                                                                 1422 050     6:00PM-7:20PM       TTH
     pervisory concepts as they relate to motivating          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              1490 051     7:30PM-10:20PM      M
     individuals, maintaining group morale, building
                                                                                                                  ONLINE:
                                                              7314 J002 12:00PM-1:30PM        MW
     loyalty, and interpretation of attitude and su-             Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11               1039 N090 -
     pervisory/employee relations. Also, fundamental          4015   M060 6:00PM-10:30PM      F
                                                                                                                  1525 N091 -
     skill development will include activities in lead-                   8:30AM-5:45PM       S
                                                                                                                     A basic understanding of and access to
     ership, goal setting, decision making, individual           This class meets Fri and Sat, March 11-12,
                                                                                                                     the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     and group communication, performance ap-                    18-19 and April 8-9.
                                                                                                                     are required. After you have registered for
     praisal, time management, and assertiveness                                                                     this course, please go to the HCC
     training.                                                                                                       Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     EVENING:                                                                                                        click on the link for Distance and
     1255 050      6:00PM-8:50PM       T                                                                             Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                                                                                     information under the heading
                                                                                                                     “Information for Online Students.”
                                                                                                                     Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                                  LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                                                                                  7315 J055 6:30PM-9:45PM          T
                                                                                                                     Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11


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BMGT-175        Business                            HYBRID:_                                            BMGT-202         Business Work
                                                    7509 C001 12:30PM-1:50PM        F
                Communications                         A Hybrid course is an ideal combination                           Experience II (3-4 credits)
                (3 credits)                            of classroom interaction with the use of         Supervised work experience which relates di-
This course encompasses three primary facets           online resources. Because so many of the         rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
of business communication: business writing,           course interactions are conducted online,        must receive prior approval to register for this
interpersonal business communication, and              the amount of class meeting time is half         work experience course. Call the Career Center
business etiquette and professionalism. Students       that of the traditional onsite version of the    (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
will be immersed in the business writing               course. Students may use computers in                PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
process enabling them to design numerous               the campus computer labs or use their                three credits should select Section C050.
written documents which they may need to               home computers with Internet access to               Those registering for four credits should se-
construct while working in a business environ-         complete online course activities. See               lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
ment. Students will function together and com-         www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                   ter after the semester begins.
municate as a business team, make business             information including complete technical             PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
presentations and understand the nuances of            specifications for Hybrid and online                 better grade point and demonstration of
business etiquette.                                    courses.                                             pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                                                                            to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
DAY:
                                                                                                            ter (Room RCF-302).
6726 001    12:30PM-1:50PM     MW                   BMGT-201          Business Work
                                                                                                        HYBRID:_
                                                                      Experience I (3-4 credits)        5806 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM          W
BMGT-178        Business Writing                    Supervised work experience which relates di-        5807 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM          W
                                                    rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                (1 credit)
                                                    must receive prior approval to register for this       of classroom interaction with the use of
After successful completion of this course, the                                                            online resources. Because so many of the
                                                    work experience course. Call the Career Center
student will be able to select examples of writ-                                                           course interactions are conducted online,
                                                    (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
ing that have the qualities of effective written                                                           the amount of class meeting time is half
                                                        PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
business communications. The student will be                                                               that of the traditional onsite version of the
                                                        three credits should select Section C050.
able to develop effective workplace writing                                                                course. Students may use computers in
                                                        Those registering for four credits should se-
strategies.                                                                                                the campus computer labs or use their
                                                        lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
EXPRESS:                                                ter after the semester begins.                     home computers with Internet access to
3566 P050   7:00PM-9:30PM      TH                       PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           complete online course activities. See
   BMGT-178-P050 meets 2/3/11-3/10/11.                  better grade point and demonstration of            www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                        pre-employment skills. Student placement is        information including complete technical
                                                        to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          specifications for Hybrid and online
BMGT-200        Managing for the Future                                                                    courses. The student will work with an on
                                                        ter (Room RCF-302).
                (3 credits)
                                                    HYBRID:_
                                                                                                           campus mentor who will assist the student
This course addresses a growing interest on the     5804 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                      with establishing work experience goals.
part of those in business management to de-         5805 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                      Student will be required to participate in a
velop a more effective workplace, where new            A Hybrid course is an ideal combination             seminar and submit written reports on
communication methods, a global perspective,           of classroom interaction with the use of            his/her progress.
and evolving leadership skills will be needed.         online resources. Because so many of the            Fees: $25.00.
Focus will be on development of knowledge,             course interactions are conducted online,
skills, and methodology which contribute to ef-        the amount of class meeting time is half
fective and efficient management in future-ori-        that of the traditional onsite version of the
ented businesses. Content will incorporate the         course. Students may use computers in
impact of new communication techniques and             the campus computer labs or use their
changing demographics of both work forces              home computers with Internet access to
and customer bases on business effectiveness.          complete online course activities. See
The element of change and how to foster this           www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
in an effective manner will be related to em-          information including complete technical
ployer-employee relations and productive busi-         specifications for Hybrid and online                                    KEY
ness operations. Developing trends in the arena        courses. The student will work with an on         COURSE #
of virtual technology will be linked to improved       campus mentor who will assist the student
management functions with a view to improve-           with establishing work experience goals.
ment                                                   Student will be required to participate in a      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
    PRQ: BMGT-100.                                     seminar and submit written reports on                      Chemistry I (4 credits)
EVENING:                                               his/her progress.                                 Emphasis on solving problems involving
1283 050    6:00PM-8:50PM      M                       Fees: $25.00.                                     mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                         1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                         INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                          NO.
                                                                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                         student schedules.



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     BMGT-203        Business Ethics                      BMGT-205         Principles of International        BMGT-236        Establishing a
                     (3 credits)                                           Business (3 credits)                               Consulting/Coaching
     This course will study the status and elements       This course is designed to infuse international                     Practice (3 credits)
     of ethics within the modern business world and       cultural awareness and expand that awareness        In this course the student will learn all of the
     environment. The impact of governing bodies,         to multiple international business cultures that    aspects of starting and operating a coaching
     the role of industry-imposed guidelines, the el-     are active in the current global marketplace.       business. Students will be introduced to mar-
     ement of corporate social responsibility, and ac-    The course will focus on knowledge and skills       keting strategy and learn how to create a busi-
     cepted standards of conduct will comprise            pertaining to a wide variety of business opera-     ness plan for a start-up coaching practice.
     some of the elements of this course. Students        tions needed for success in today’s interna-        Learning tools will include sample business and
     will learn to examine instances of ethical           tional arena.                                       marketing plans, case studies and the use of
     dilemma, select elements that influence ethical          PRQ: BMGT-100                                   worksheets for setting rates and managing rev-
     considerations, and determine appropriate ethi-      DAY:                                                enue. (3 hours weekly)
     cal decision-making processes.                       5545 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
                                                                                                              EVENING:
     DAY:                                                 HYBRID:_                                            7854 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W
     8970 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                  9197 C050 7:30PM-8:50PM         W                      Fees: $30.00.
        Fees: $25.00.                                        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     EVENING:                                                of classroom interaction with the use of
     9146 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W                       online resources. Because so many of the         BMGT-240        Human Resource
        Fees: $25.00.                                        course interactions are conducted online,                        Management (3 credits)
     HYBRID:_                                                the amount of class meeting time is half
                                                                                                              This course focuses on the practical and theo-
     5867 C001 2:00PM-3:20PM         F                       that of the traditional onsite version of the
                                                                                                              retical concepts relating to the management of
        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination              course. Students may use computers in
                                                                                                              people and concentrates on the human ele-
        of classroom interaction with the use of             the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                                                              ment in businesses today. Students will learn
        online resources. Because so many of the             home computers with Internet access to
                                                                                                              aspects of staffing (hiring process), perform-
        course interactions are conducted online,            complete online course activities. See
                                                                                                              ance appraisals, supervision, and analyses of
        the amount of class meeting time is half             www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                                                                              key legislation affecting the management of per-
        that of the traditional onsite version of the        information including complete technical
                                                                                                              sonnel. Students will deal with six highly inter-
        course. Students may use computers in                specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                                                                              dependent        areas:     Human     Resource
        the campus computer labs or use their                courses.
                                                                                                              Development, Employee Relations/Motivation,
        home computers with Internet access to                                                                Legal Compliance, Compensation and Benefits,
        complete online course activities. See
        www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                BMGT-234         Principles and Practices           Safety and Health, and Employee Labor Rela-
                                                                                                              tions.
        information including complete technical                           of Life Coaching                       PRQ: BMGT-100
        specifications for Hybrid and online                               (3 credits)
        courses.                                                                                              EVENING:
        Fees: $25.00.                                     In this course the student will be introduced to    1638 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      M
                                                          the history and evolution of life coaching. The     ONLINE:
                                                          student will analyze the similarities and differ-   1286 N630 9:00AM-12:00PM        S
     BMGT-204        Taking Your Business                 ences between the life coaching and the busi-          A basic understanding of and access to
                                                          ness coaching models. The basic life-coaching          the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                     Mobile (3 credits)                   model will be discussed and skills and strate-         are required. After you have registered for
     In this course the student will learn how to im-     gies that are a part of the model will be pre-         this course, please go to the HCC
     prove personal and business productivity using       sented and practiced.                                  Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     mobile computing devices. The student will an-                                                              click on the link for Distance and
                                                          EVENING:
     alyze the similarities and differences between       9118 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      M                      Alternative Learning. Please read the
     mobile devices, servers, applications and how           Fees: $30.00.                                       information under the heading
     mobile technology can improve business.                                                                     “Information for Online Students.” This
     “Smart phone” models will be discussed, and                                                                 course has a mandatory orientation on
     students will learn skills and strategies using      BMGT-235         Co-Active Coaching                    Monday, January 29, 2011, between 9:00
     them. Students will use mobile phones in class                        (3 credits)                           AM and 1:00 PM, exact time and RM
     assignments.                                                                                                TBA. This online course has face to face
                                                          In this course the student will learn the princi-
     DAY:                                                                                                        meetings on Saturday 9 a.m.-12 p.m, Feb
                                                          ples and components of co-active coaching.
     9160 001     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                                                                         19, Mar 19, Apr 16, and May 14th, Rm,
                                                          The student will learn to apply the unique prac-
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                            TBA.
                                                          tices and techniques of co-active coaching to a
                                                          wide spectrum of clients including corporate           Fees: $30.00.
                                                          executives, small business owners, artists and
                                                          entrepreneurs. Learning tools will include skill-
                                                          building exercises, case studies, journaling and
                                                          role-play. (3 hours weekly)
                                                          EVENING:
                                                          8971 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T
                                                             Fees: $30.00.




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CARDIOVASCULAR                                          CARD-122          Cardiac Anatomy and                 CHEMISTRY
TECHNOLOGY                                                                Physiology (3 credits)
                                                        This course is designed for students enrolled in      CHEM-101         General Inorganic
                                                        the Cardiovascular Technology Program. It will
CARD-120         Rhythm Analysis & 12-                  provide an in-depth study of cardiovascular
                                                                                                                               Chemistry I (4 credits)
                 LEAD ECG Interpretation                anatomy and pathophysiology, to include circu-        Emphasis on solving problems involving mole
                                                        latory dynamics, cardiac output and control           concept, gas laws and kinetic theory, stoi-
                 (2 credits)                                                                                  chiometry and chemical equations, solutions,
                                                        mechanisms. Also included will be pathophysi-
The purpose of this course is to prepare the            ological mechanisms of embryology, congenital         atomic structure, and electronic arrangement.
student to recognize and interpret the various          and acquired cardiovascular diseases. The in-            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.
features of the electrocardiogram (ECG). Em-            formation gained through this course serve as         DAY:
phasis is placed on ECG patterns and compo-             the foundation upon which subsequent cardio-          1515 501     12:00PM-12:52PM     MWF
nents, cardiac conduction and regulation,               vascular topics and themes will be built. Pre-                     2:00PM-5:00PM       W
normal values of ECG components, SA nodal,              Requisites: Admission to the Cardiovascular           1526   502   9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
AV nodal and ventricular arrhythmias, and dis-                                                                             11:00AM-2:00PM      M
                                                        Technology Program and BIOL 204.
orders of the cardiac conduction system. Prac-                                                                8284   503   9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                        DAY:                                                               11:00AM-2:00PM      W
tical application of ECG theory incorporated            5323 301     1:00PM-4:00PM       W                    1514   504   11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF
with arrhythmia detection will prepare the stu-            Fees: $55.00.                                                   8:00AM-11:00AM      W
dent to recognize abnormal conduction patterns                                                                8283   505   11:00AM-11:52AM     MWF
of clients in various clinical settings. Content                                                                           2:00PM-5:00PM       F
will also review normal cardiac anatomy, wave-          CARD-222          Advanced Intravascular              8282   506   12:00PM-12:52PM     MWF
form nomenclature, electrode placement, vec-                              Interventional Procedures                        8:00AM-11:00AM      F
tors, and Einthoven’s triangle. Stress Testing                                                                1455   507   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
and Holter Monitoring will also be discussed.                             (4 credits)                                      11:00AM-2:00PM      T
Pre-requisite: Admission to the Cardiovascular                                                                8281   508   9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                        The student will observe and in some cases as-
                                                                                                                           11:00AM-2:00PM      TH
Technology Program and BIOL 204.                        sist the physician in performing intravascular in-
                                                                                                                 Fees: $43.00.
DAY:                                                    terventional radiological procedures. Theory
5269 301      4:00PM-6:00PM      M                      support will include an in-depth review of the        EVENING:
                                                                                                              1524 550     7:30PM-10:20PM      M
                                                        anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, neu-
                                                                                                                           7:30PM-10:30PM      W
                                                        rologic, respiratory, genitourinary, hepatobiliary,
CARD-121         Cardiovascular                                                                                  Fees: $43.00.
                                                        lymphatic and gastrointestinal system. Prerequi-
                 Assessment Skills Lab                  site: CARD-231. Co-Requisite CARD-261.
                 (3 credits)                            DAY:                                                  CHEM-101H General Inorganic
                                                        5577 301     8:00AM-10:00AM      M                              Chemistry Seminar-
The goal of this course is to prepare the stu-                       7:00AM-3:00PM       F
dent with the assessment and documentation                 Fees: $75.00.                                                HONORS
skills needed to evaluate the cardiovascular pa-                                                              The Chemistry honors seminar will focus on
tient. The student will also become familiar                                                                  advances in chemistry and technology, envi-
with basic abbreviations used in assessing pa-          CARD-261          Clinical Internship                 ronmental issues, and how these have impact
tients, and the guidelines for patient safety and                         (4 credits)                         on our day-to-day lives.
privacy according to the HIPPA guidelines for                                                                              2:00PM-3:00PM       W            ST-245
patient care for procedures. These guidelines           The student will develop competency in inva-
                                                        sive procedures and patient care techniques for          This seminar begins February 23
will include the learning of how to perform an
appropriate patient identification using three          adults and children. Advanced CardiacLife Sup-
identifiers; this guideline is referred to as the       port (ACLS) certification is a required outcome
“TIME OUT”. This safety guideline is vital for          of this course.
patient identification and will be part of the test-        CO-REQ: CARD-251.
ing format for all skill sets. Students will have       DAY:
the opportunity to practice their skills to per-        2672 301     7:00AM-3:30PM       TWTH
form a basic history and physical examination              The first class will meet on campus at 10
of their patients. The class is divided into 2             a.m. on Monday, January 31, 2011 in N-                                    KEY
components, lecture and Lab Skills. Pre-Requi-             212. Students are expected to participate
                                                                                                               COURSE #
site: Admission to the Cardiovascular Technol-             in ACLS which may be offered Friday thru
ogy Program and BIOL-204.                                  Sunday for one weekend. The weekend to
                                                           be announced.                                       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
DAY:                                                                                                                    Chemistry I (4 credits)
5319 301      10:30AM-12:30PM    W                         Fees: $250.00.
   Fees: $75.00.                                                                                               Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                               mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                               1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                               1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                               INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                                NO.
                                                                                                               SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                               Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                               student schedules.



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     CHEM-102        General Inorganic                   CHEM-104         Fundamentals of Organic             CHINESE
                     Chemistry II (4 credits)                             and Biochemistry
     Emphasis on solving problems involving chem-                         (4 credits)                         CHNS-101        Elementary Mandarin
     icals, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium,
     ionic and heterogeneous equilibria in aqueous
                                                         This one-semester course is designed mainly                          Chinese I (4 credits)
                                                         for pre-professional science students who are
     solutions, electrochemistry, and reaction rates.                                                         In this introductory four-credit course, students
                                                         interested in the allied health field. This course
         PRQ: CHEM-101                                                                                        learn to listen, speak, write and read at a be-
                                                         will provide the student with an introduction to
     DAY:
                                                                                                              ginning level. Students will become familiar
                                                         organic and biochemistry.
     1506 501     10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF                                                                       with simple Chinese characters and the sound
                                                             PRQ: CHEM-101 or CHEM-103.
                  2:00PM-5:00PM     M                                                                         system of Chinese (including accent and
     8286   502   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF                  EVENING:                                             tones). They will develop a basic working vo-
                  11:00AM-2:00PM    F                    4371 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                   cabulary and learn simple grammatical con-
     8894   503   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF                               7:30PM-10:30PM     T
                                                                                                              cepts. Upon completion of this elementary
                  8:00AM-11:00AM    TH                      Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                              Chinese course students will be able to hold a
     1505   504   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH                                                                       simple conversation about every day situations.
                  2:00PM-5:00PM     T
                                                         CHEM-135         Chemistry for Engineers             Finally, students will expand their knowledge of
     8285   505   9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                                                                              Chinese culture and civilizations.
                  2:00PM-5:00PM     TH                                    (3 credits)
        Fees: $43.00.                                                                                         DAY:
                                                         Designed mainly for engineering students (ex-        5838 101     11:00AM-12:50PM    TTH
     EVENING:                                            cept chemical engineers) intending to transfer
     7469 550     7:30PM-10:20PM    T                                                                            Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                         to the University of Maryland, College Park, this       separate lab.
                  7:30PM-10:30PM    M
                                                         course will enable the student to solve prob-           Fees: $25.00.
        Fees: $43.00.
                                                         lems and answer questions involving atomic
                                                                                                              EVENING:
                                                         structure, electron arrangement, the mole con-       8954 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW
     CHEM-103        Fundamentals of General             cept, stoichiometry and chemical reactions, so-         Lab included. Please do not register for a
                                                         lutions, gas laws and kinetic theory, chemical
                     Chemistry (4 credits)               equilibrium, electrochemistry, and reaction
                                                                                                                 separate lab.
     This one semester course is designed mainly                                                                 Fees: $25.00.
                                                         rates.
     for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-         PRQ: MATH-143
     dents. This course will provide the student with                                                         CHNS-102        Elementary Mandarin
                                                         DAY:
     an introduction to inorganic chemistry and gen-
     eral chemical principles. The student will be
                                                         3944 501     10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF                                  Chinese II (4 credits)
     able to answer questions and solve problems                                                              In CHNS-102, students review Chinese charac-
     involving measurement, atomic structure, chem-      CHEM-201         Organic Chemistry I                 ters isolated/connected forms; continue to cre-
     ical bonding, molecular structure, chemical re-                      (4 credits)                         ate simple sentences using gender, plurals,
     actions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions,                                                             pronouns, possession, verb forms, past and
     kinetics, equilibrium and nuclear reactions.        Emphasis on solving problems involving               present tense, geographic place names, and the
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.            nomenclature, physical properties and synthesis      counting system through the introduction of
                                                         of aliphatic compounds such as alkanes, alco-        meaningful vocabulary. Students will increase
     DAY:
                                                         hols, carboxylic acids, aldehydes and ketones.       their proficiency in Chinese script and sound
     1584 501     11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH
                  2:00PM-5:00PM     M                        PRQ: CHEM-101                                    system, widen their working vocabulary, learn
     1546   502   11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH                  EVENING:                                             key grammatical points, practice conversation
                  2:00PM-5:00PM     W                    4704 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     T                    and expand their knowledge of Chinese cul-
        Fees: $43.00.                                                 7:30PM-10:30PM     M                    ture.
                                                         1523   551   7:30PM-10:20PM     T
     EVENING:                                                                                                 DAY:
                                                                      7:30PM-10:30PM     TH
     2456 550     7:30PM-10:20PM    M                                                                         4950 101     1:00PM-2:50PM      TTH
                  7:30PM-10:30PM    T                       Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                                 Lab included. Please do not register for a
     8241   551   7:30PM-10:20PM    M                                                                            separate lab.
                  7:30PM-10:30PM    W
     1548   552   7:30PM-10:20PM    T                    CHEM-202         Organic Chemistry II                   Fees: $25.00.
                  7:30PM-10:30PM    TH                                    (4 credits)                         EVENING:
     1549   553   7:30PM-10:20PM    T                                                                         2195 150     5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH
                  7:30PM-10:30PM    F                    Emphasis on solving problems involving aro-             Lab included. Please do not register for a
        Fees: $43.00.                                    matic compounds and their derivatives, carbo-           separate lab.
                                                         hydrates, amino acids, and fats.                        Fees: $25.00.
                                                            PRQ: CHEM-201
     CHEM-103H Fundamentals of General                   DAY:
               Chemistry Seminar-                        1513 501     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                                      2:00PM-5:00PM      T
               HONORS                                    1540   502   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
     The Chemistry honors seminar will focus on                       2:00PM-5:00PM      F
     topics in chemistry as applied to the allied        4384   503   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
                                                                      2:00PM-5:00PM      TH
     health fields. Students will present and discuss
     science and allied health journal articles that        Fees: $43.00.
     relate to the content of CHEM-103.
            TBD
        This seminar begins the week of Feb. 21.



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CHNS-201         Intermediate Mandarin                CSCO-282          Routing Protocols and             CSCO-284         Accessing the WAN
                 Chinese I (4 credits)                                  Concepts (3 credits)                               (3 credits)
In this intermediate level course, students con-      The focus of this course is on routing and rout-    This course explains the principles of traffic
tinue to refine their Chinese writing skills, de-     ing protocols. The goal is to develop an un-        control and access control lists (ACLs) and
velop the ability to read and understand              derstanding of how a router learns about            provides an overview of the services and pro-
sentence-level text, explore Chinese verb roots,      remote networks and determines the best path        tocols at the data link layer for wide-area ac-
study additional tenses, practice dialogue exer-      to those networks. The hands-on labs and vir-       cess. Students learn about user access
cises, increase their working vocabulary, and         tual lab activities used in this course are de-     technologies and devices and discover how to
learn more in-depth grammar. Students will            signed to help the student develop an               implement and configure Point-to-Point Protocol
continue to increase their proficiency in the         understanding of how to configure routing op-       (PPP), Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
Chinese script and sound system, study more           erations while reinforcing the concepts learned.    (PPPoE), DSL, and Frame Relay. WAN securi-
grammatical concepts, practice their reading,             PRQ: CSCO-281                                   ty concepts, tunneling, and VPN basics are in-
and expand their knowledge of Chinese cul-            EXPRESS:                                            troduced. The course concludes with a
ture.                                                 8276 P550    5:30PM-10:30PM    TTH                  discussion of the special network services re-
EVENING:                                                 The above section meets March 24 to              quired by converged applications and an intro-
9273 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH                      May 19.                                          duction to quality of service (QoS).
   Lab included. Please do not register for a            Fees: $100.00.                                       PRQ: CSCO-282 and CSCO-283
   separate lab.                                                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                          4374 J550 5:30PM-10:45PM         TTH
                                                      CSCO-283          LAN Switching and                    The above section meets March 22 to
                                                                        Wireless Network                     May 12.
CHNS-202         Intermediate Mandarin                                                                       Fees: $100.00.
                                                                        (3 credits)
                 Chinese II (4 credits)                                                                   EXPRESS:
                                                      This course helps students develop an in-depth
In this second intermediate level course, stu-                                                            8278 P550    5:30PM-10:30PM      MW
                                                      understanding of how switches operate and are
dents will be exposed to more higher-level text                                                              The above section meets March 23 to
                                                      implemented in the LAN environment for small
and develop a better comprehension of bilater-                                                               May 18.
                                                      and large networks. Beginning with a founda-
al and weak verb forms. Students will practice                                                               Fees: $100.00.
                                                      tional overview of Ethernet, this course provides
more conversational exchanges and greatly ex-         detailed explanations of LAN switch operation,
pand their working vocabulary.                        VLAN implementation, Rapid Spanning Tree            CSCO-650         Building Scalable Cisco
EVENING:                                              Protocol (RSTP), VLAN Trunking Protocol
3363 150     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW                    (VTP), Inter-VLAN routing, and wireless net-
                                                                                                                           Networks (3 credits)
   Lab included. Please do not register for a         work operations. Students analyze, configure,       This course focuses on advanced routing using
   separate lab.                                      verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP,          Cisco routers connected in local-area networks
   Fees: $25.00.                                      and wireless networks. Campus network design        (LANs) and wide-area networks (WANs) typi-
                                                      and Layer 3 switching concepts are introduced.      cally found at medium to large network sites.
                                                          PRQ: CSCO-281                                   Upon completion of this course, the student
CISCO                                                 LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                      4373 J550 5:30PM-10:45PM       TTH
                                                                                                          will be able to select and implement the ap-
                                                                                                          propriate Cisco IOS services required to build a
                                                         The above section meets February 1 to            scalable routed network. This course will help
CSCO-281         Network Fundamentals                    March 17.                                        the student prepare for exams associated with
                                                         Fees: $100.00.                                   CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional)
                 (3 credits)                                                                              certification.
The focus of this course is on learning the fun-      EXPRESS:
                                                                                                              PRQ: CSCO-284 or CCNA certification
                                                      8277 P550    5:30PM-10:30PM    MW
damentals of networking. Topics include the                                                               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
two major models used to plan and implement              The above section meets January 31 to
                                                         March 21.                                        2264 J550 5:30PM-10:45PM         MW
networks-OSI and TCP/IP, the functions and                                                                   The above section meets January 31 to
services of the OSI and TCP/IP layers, the var-          Fees: $100.00.
                                                                                                             March 16.
ious network devices, network addressing                                                                     Fees: $200.00.
schemes, and the types of media used to carry
data across the network. Labs will include                                                                                       KEY
hands-on configuration of routers and switches                                                             COURSE #
in client-server and peer-to-peer environments
with utilization of various network tools for pro-
tocol data unit analysis and troubleshooting.                                                              CHEM-101 General Inorganic
    PRQ: CMSY-106 and ELEC-105 or ELEC-140                                                                          Chemistry I (4 credits)
EXPRESS:                                                                                                   Emphasis on solving problems involving
8275 P550    5:30PM-10:30PM     TTH                                                                        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   The above section meets February 1 to                                                                    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   March 22.                                                                                               1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                           1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
   Fees: $100.00.
                                                                                                           INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                           Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                           student schedules.



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     CSCO-670        Building Cisco Multilayer           COMPUTER                                              experience with actual computer networks in
                                                                                                               the lab using various forensic tools and de-
                     Switched Netwo rks
                     (3 credits)
                                                         FORENSICS                                             vices.
                                                                                                                   PRQ: CFOR-200
                                                                                                               EVENING:
     The purpose of Building Cisco Multilayer            CFOR-101          Computer Forensics I                5117 550     6:00PM-10:00PM     M
     Switched Networks (BCMSN) is to teach stu-
                                                                           (3 credits)                            Fees: $50.00.
     dents how to build campus networks using mul-
     tilayer switching technologies over high speed      This course focuses on the emerging role of
     Ethernet. This course presents routing and          the computer forensics examiner, forensics ev-
     switching concepts and implementations. This
     course addresses how these technologies work
                                                         idence preservation and introduces students to
                                                         computer forensic tools. This course provides a
                                                                                                               COMPUTER SYSTEMS
     together. This course prepares students to pass     comparative study of information technology,
     one of the CCNP certification exams.                evidence analysis, chain of custody, and data         CMSY-101        Beginning Spreadsheets
          PRQ: CSCO-284 or CCNA certification            retrieval from computer hardware and software                         (1 credit)
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              applications. Students will have hands-on labo-       After successful completion of this course, the
     8727 J550 5:30PM-10:45PM       MW                   ratory experience using various computer foren-       student will be able to use features of Microsoft
        The above section meets March 21 to              sic tools, evidence preservation techniques and       Excel that include functions and formulas, for-
        May 11.                                          documentation.                                        matting, charts, and lists. This course may be
        Fees: $200.00.                                   DAY:                                                  completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
                                                         6999 501     1:00PM-5:00PM       W                    started at any time during the school year. All
                                                            Fees: $50.00.                                      of the work (except tests) may be done out-
     CSCO-907        Advanced Cisco Ip
                                                         EVENING:                                              side of class if student has compatible software.
                     Telephony (3 credits)               7000 550     6:00PM-10:00PM      T                    OPEN ENTRY:Â
     This course will focus on advanced Voice over          Fees: $50.00.                                      1908 001   -
     IP topics including MGCP, H.323, and SIP pro-                                                                This class in the Office Technology
     tocols. Also included will be Unity Voice Mail                                                               classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     Server configuration and advanced Call Manag-
                                                         CFOR-200          Computer Forensics II
                                                                                                                  offered on an open-entry basis, which
     er topics including AAR, SRST, QoS, CRS, and                          (3 credits)                            means that you may attend class any of
     advanced Dial Plans. Students will configure        The course is designed to cover advanced con-            the days and times listed below. You may
     Cisco Unity Express Routers, Directory Gate-        cepts in computer forensic analysis, and the             vary your hours from week to week,
     keepers, Gatekeepers, and Gateways. This            development of investigative thinking and                attend class as often as you wish, and
     course prpares students to troubleshoot con-        awareness. This course covers basic criminal             finish this course early. You may do all of
     verged voice/data networks. This course pre-        law concepts, related national electronic laws,          the work for this course at home (except
     pares students on topics relevant to the Cisco      and sources of electronic information as it ap-          tests). You must come to the college
     CCIE Voice written and lab exam.                    plies to computer forensics. Study of data hid-          periodically (during the days and hours
         PRQ: CCNA, CSCO-905                             ing techniques, encryption, and password                 listed below) to take both written and
     WEEKEND:                                            recovery will aslo be covered. Students will             computer tests that have deadlines for
     7718 560    8:30AM-1:00PM      S                    have hands-on laboratory experience using ve-            completion. During the times below, an
        This section starts on Saturday, January         rious computer forensic tolls, evidence gather-          instructor will be available to help you
        29, 2011.                                        ing and documentation techniques.                        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
        Fees: $100.00.                                       PRQ: CFOR-101                                        50 hours to complete.
                                                         DAY:                                                     Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
                                                         7001 501     1:00PM-5:00PM       TH                      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
     CSCO-909        Maint & Troublsht IP                   Fees: $50.00.                                         Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
                     Ntwk (TSHOOT)                       EVENING:
                                                                                                                  Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to
                     (3 credits)                         7002 550     6:00PM-10:00PM      TH                      7:50
                                                            Fees: $50.00.                                         Friday 8 to 12
     This course teaches students how to monitor                                                                  Fees: $20.00.
                                                                                                               ONLINE:
     and maintain complex, enterprise routed and
     switched IP networks. Skills learned include the    CFOR-250          Computer Network                    4460 N090 -
     planning and execution of regular network                                                                    A basic understanding of and access to
     maintenance, as well as support and trou-                             Forensic Technology
                                                                                                                  the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     bleshooting using technology-based processes                          (3 credits)                            are required. After you have registered, go
     and best practices, based on systematic and in-     This course will cover computer forensics ex-            to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     dustry recognized approaches. Extensive labs        amination process in a network environment.              the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
     emphasize hands-on learning and practice to         The OSI model, TCP/IP model, and IP ad-                  Semester Notification Form.” You will
     reinforce troubleshooting techniques. This          dressing will be discussed and the relationship          receive specific course instructions the
     course prepares student to take TSHOOT 642-         and how these layered approaches relate to the           week classes begin.
     832 certification exam.                             computer forensics examination process. Stu-             Fees: $10.00.
         PRQ: :CSCO 650 and CSCO 670                     dents will determine how various network de-
     WEEKEND:                                            vices such as servers, hubs, switches, and
     4447 560    1:30PM-6:00PM      S                    routers create log files that can be used for
        This section starts on Saturday, January         forensic examination. Students will examine
        29, 2011.                                        various log files, port scans, and packet sniffers,
        Fees: $200.00.                                   etc., from the network devices for computer
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CMSY-102        Beginning Word                      OPEN ENTRY:Â                                       OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                    4103 001   -                                       4164 001   -
                Processing (1 credit)                  This class in the Office Technology                This class in the Office Technology
After successful completion of this course, the        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is            classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
student will be able to use beginning features         offered on an open-entry basis, which              offered on an open-entry basis, which
of Microsoft Word that include creating, for-          means that you may attend class any of             means that you may attend class any of
matting, enhancing, and merging documents.             the days and times listed below. You may           the days and times listed below. You may
This course may be completed in fewer than             vary your hours from week to week,                 vary your hours from week to week,
14 weeks and may be started at any time dur-           attend class as often as you wish, and             attend class as often as you wish, and
ing the school year. All of the work (except           finish this course early. You may do all of        finish this course early. You may do all of
tests) may be done outside of class if student         the work for this course at home (except           the work for this course at home (except
has compatible software. Prerequisite: Key-            tests). You must come to the college               tests). You must come to the college
boarding skills.                                       periodically (during the days and hours            periodically (during the days and hours
OPEN ENTRY:Â                                           listed below) to take both written and             listed below) to take both written and
4165 001   -                                           computer tests that have deadlines for             computer tests that have deadlines for
   This class in the Office Technology                 completion. During the times below, an             completion. During the times below, an
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is             instructor will be available to help you           instructor will be available to help you
   offered on an open-entry basis, which               one-on-one. This course requires about 40-         one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
   means that you may attend class any of              50 hours to complete.                              50 hours to complete.
   the days and times listed below. You may            Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                    Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
   vary your hours from week to week,                  Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   attend class as often as you wish, and              Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                 Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
   finish this course early. You may do all of         Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to
   the work for this course at home (except            7:50                                               7:50
   tests). You must come to the college                Friday 8 to 12                                     Friday 8 to 12
   periodically (during the days and hours             Fees: $20.00.                                      Fees: $20.00.
   listed below) to take both written and           ONLINE:                                           ONLINE:
   computer tests that have deadlines for           4462 N090 -                                        4433 N090 -
   completion. During the times below, an              A basic understanding of and access to             A basic understanding of and access to
   instructor will be available to help you            the Internet and WWW browsing capability           the Internet and WWW browsing capability
   one-on-one. This course requires about 40-          are required. After you have registered, go        are required. After you have registered, go
   50 hours to complete.                               to the Distance Learning Homepage on               to the Distance Learning Homepage on
   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                     the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-              the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       Semester Notification Form.” You will              Semester Notification Form.” You will
   Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                  receive specific course instructions the           receive specific course instructions the
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to         week classes begin.                                week classes begin.
   7:50                                                Fees: $10.00.                                      Fees: $10.00.
   Friday 8 to 12
   Fees: $20.00.
                                                    CMSY-104          Advanced Word
ONLINE:
4461 N090 -                                                           Processing (1 credit)
   A basic understanding of and access to           After successful completion of this course, the
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability         student will be able to use advanced features
   are required. After you have registered, go      of Microsoft Word that include customizing and
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on             automating Word’s features; navigating in a doc-
   the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-            ument; creating source references, specialized
   Semester Notification Form.” You will            tables and indexes; working with shared docu-
   receive specific course instructions the         ments; and protecting documents. This course
   week classes begin.                              may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and
   Fees: $10.00.                                    may be started at any time during the school
                                                    year. All of the work for the course (except                              KEY
                                                    tests) may be done outside of class if student
CMSY-103        Beginning Databases                 has compatible software.
                                                                                                        COURSE #

                (1 credit)                              PRQ: CMSY-102
After successful completion of this course, the
                                                                                                        CHEM-101 General Inorganic
student will be able to use beginning features
                                                                                                                 Chemistry I (4 credits)
of Microsoft Access that include tables, queries                                                        Emphasis on solving problems involving
and multiple table queries, forms, and reports.                                                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
This course may be completed in fewer than                                                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
14 weeks and may be started at any time dur-                                                            1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
ing the school year. All of the work may be
done outside of class (except tests) if student                                                         INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
has compatible software.                                                                                 NO.
                                                                                                        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                        Please note room assignments will be printed on
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     CMSY-105         Personal Computer
                                                             EXPRESS:                                           ONLINE:
                                                             1932 P550    5:30PM-10:30PM    MW                  4465 N090 -
                      Systems Repair I                          The above section meets March 23 to                A basic understanding of and access to
                      (3 credits)                               May 18.                                            the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                                Fees: $100.00.                                     are required. After you have registered, go
     Students will have hands-on experience using
     486 and Pentium based systems. The course                                                                     to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     will focus on broad concepts and diagnostic             CMSY-110         Software Applications for            the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
     tools which allow the student to rapidly deter-                                                               Semester Notification Form.” You will
                                                                              Micros (3 credits)                   receive specific course instructions the
     mine the condition of a PC system and how
     best to rectify a fault. Special emphasis will be       After successful completion of this course, the       week classes begin.
     placed on how systems are configured, modi-             student will be able to use word processing,          Fees: $30.00.
     fied, and expanded to meet new requirements.            spreadsheet, database, and presentation graph-     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     Different software tools like Checkit-Pro, Norton       ic software. This course is designed for the be-      Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
     Utilities and DOS utilities will be used to diag-       ginning student and does not include advanced      7653   J011   8:30AM-11:45AM   F
     nose problems. This course, along with CMSY-            concepts. Keyboarding skills are strongly rec-     4444   J012   12:00PM-3:15PM   F
     106, prepares students for the hardware level of        ommended.                                          1809   M056   6:30PM-9:45PM    T
                                                                 All sections use Microsoft Word, Excel, Ac-    3957   M060   9:00AM-12:15PM   S
     A+ certification offered by the Computing In-                                                              8170   M061   5:30PM-10:00PM   F
     dustry Association. The material is preparatory             cess, and PowerPoint.
                                                                                                                              8:30AM-5:45PM    S
     for the follow-on course, CMSY-106, Personal            DAY:                                                  This class meets Fri and Sat, Mar 4-5, 18-
     Computer Systems Repair II. Familiarity with            1919   001   9:00AM-10:50AM    MW
                                                             5101   002   9:00AM-10:50AM    MW
                                                                                                                   19; and Apr 8-9, 2011.
     DOS and Windows is recommended.                                                                               Fees: $50.00.
                                                             9006   003   11:00AM-12:50PM   MW
     DAY:                                                    1925   004   12:00PM-1:50PM    MW
     1966 501     12:00PM-5:00PM      F                      1975   005   2:00PM-3:50PM     MW
        Meets full semester.                                 5546   006   4:00PM-5:50PM     MW                  CMSY-116         PowerPoint (1 credit)
        Fees: $100.00.                                       1980   007   9:00AM-10:50AM    TTH                 After successful completion of this course, the
                                                             1979   008   11:00AM-12:50PM   TTH                 student will be able to design and prepare Pow-
     EXPRESS:
                                                             5103   009   12:00PM-1:50PM    TTH                 erPoint presentations using slide view, outline
     1940 P550    5:30PM-10:30PM      MW
                                                             1974   010   1:00PM-2:50PM     TTH
        The above section meets January 31 to                1917   012   2:00PM-3:50PM     TTH
                                                                                                                view, clip art, charts, drawing tools, and tem-
        March 21.                                            5547   013   4:00PM-5:50PM     TTH                 plates. This course may be completed in fewer
        Fees: $100.00.                                          Fees: $50.00.                                   than 14 weeks and may be started at any time
                                                                                                                during the school year. All of the work for the
                                                             EVENING:
                                                             1937 050     6:00PM-9:50PM     M
                                                                                                                course (except tests) may be done outside of
     CMSY-106         Personal Computer                                                                         class if student has compatible software.
                                                             1916 051     6:30PM-10:20PM    W
                      Systems Repair II                         Fees: $50.00.                                   OPEN ENTRY:Â
                      (3 credits)                                                                               4449 001   -
                                                             WEEKEND:
                                                             8995 060     8:30AM-12:20PM    S                      This class in the Office Technology
     Students will acquire a basic technical under-                                                                classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
     standing of the function and operation of the              Fees: $50.00.
                                                             OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                                                                                   offered on an open-entry basis, which
     major peripheral devices such as state-of-the-art                                                             means that you may attend class any of
     data storage devices, display technology, print-        4457 011   -
                                                                This class in the Office Technology                the days and times listed below. You may
     ers, scanners, SCSI devices, multimedia de-                                                                   vary your hours from week to week,
     vices, modems, and local area network devices.             classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
                                                                offered on an open-entry basis which               attend class as often as you wish, and
     Emphasis will be placed on localizing and cor-                                                                finish this course early. You may do all of
     recting common hardware problems, installing,              means that you may attend class any of
                                                                the days and times listed below. This              the work for this course at home (except
     configuring, maintaining, and testing PC sys-                                                                 tests). You must come to the college
     tems. The student will also learn IRQ conflict             course requires about 120-150 hours to
                                                                complete. You may vary your hours from             periodically (during the days and hours
     resolution, I/O address setting, DMA channel                                                                  listed below) to take both written and
     conflict resolution, optimizing memory, fine tun-          week to week, attend class as often as
                                                                you wish, and finish this course early.            computer tests that have deadlines for
     ing autoexec.bat, config.sys files and Windows                                                                completion. During the times below, an
     initializing files (.ini files) and configuring sys-       You may do all of the work for this
                                                                course at home (except tests). During the          instructor will be available to help you
     tems with Windows. This course, along with                                                                    one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
     the CMSY-105 prerequisite, prepares students               times below, an instructor will be available
                                                                to help you one-on-one.                            50 hours to complete.
     for the hardware level of A+ certification of-                                                                Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
     fered by the Computing Industry Association.               Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
                                                                Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                      Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
          PRQ: CMSY-105                                                                                            Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
     DAY:
                                                                Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
                                                                Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to
     1995 501     12:00PM-5:00PM      M                                                                            7:50
        Meets full semester.                                    7:50
                                                                Friday 8 to 12                                     Friday 8 to 12
        Fees: $100.00.                                                                                             Fees: $20.00.
                                                                Fees: $50.00.
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     3995 J550 6:00PM-10:15PM         W
        Meets full semester.
        Fees: $100.00.




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ONLINE:                                             CMSY-118             Advanced Databases             CMSY-121         Structured Logic and
4463 N090 -
   A basic understanding of and access to                                 (1 credit)                                      Program Design
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability          After successful completion of this course, the                      (3 credits)
   are required. After you have registered, go       student will be able to use Microsoft Access to     Upon completion of this course, students will
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on              create advanced tables, queries, forms and re-      have acquired the skills needed to design and
   the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-             ports. Skills covered also include managing         document structured solutions to various pro-
   Semester Notification Form.” You will             database objects, creating macros, and main-        gramming applications. A variety of problem
   receive specific course instructions the          taining relational databases. This course may       solving tools will be introduced, as will data
   week classes begin.                               be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may         representation, documentation techniques and
   Fees: $10.00.                                     be started at any time during the school year.      the use of various editors.
                                                     All of the work (except tests) may be done out-         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121 and
                                                     side of class if student has compatible software.       MATH-061.
CMSY-117        Advanced Spreadsheets                    PRQ: CMSY-103OPEN ENTRY:Â
                (1 credit)                           4469   001   -                                      DAY:
                                                                                                         5611 001     11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH
After successful completion of this course, the         This class in the Office Technology
                                                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
student will be able to use Microsoft Excel to          classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
                                                        offered on an open-entry basis, which            EVENING:
apply advanced formatting techniques and func-                                                           1928 050     7:30PM-8:50PM       MW
tions, perform what-if analysis, create PivotTa-        means that you may attend class any of
                                                        the days and times listed below. You may            Fees: $50.00.
bles, use custom and advanced filters, and
                                                        vary your hours from week to week,               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
audit worksheets. This course may be com-                                                                5792 J055 6:00PM-9:15PM          W
pleted in fewer than 14 weeks and may be                attend class as often as you wish, and
                                                        finish this course early. You may do all of         Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
started at any time during the school year. All                                                             Fees: $50.00.
of the work (except tests) may be done out-             the work for this course at home (except
side of class if student has compatible software.       tests). You must come to the college
    PRQ: CMSY-101                                       periodically (during the days and hours
                                                        listed below) to take both written and
OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                        computer tests that have deadlines for
4452 001   -
                                                        completion. During the times below, an
   This class in the Office Technology
                                                        instructor will be available to help you
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
                                                        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
   offered on an open-entry basis, which
                                                        50 hours to complete.
   means that you may attend class any of
                                                        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50
   the days and times listed below. You may
                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
   do all of the work for this course at
                                                        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50
   home (except tests). You must come to
                                                        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6:00
   the college periodically (during the days
                                                        to 7:50
   and hours listed below) to take both
                                                        Friday 8 to 12
   written and computer tests that have
                                                        Fees: $20.00.
   deadlines for completion. During the times
   below, an instructor will be available to         ONLINE:
   help you one-on-one. This course requires         4435 N090 -
   about 40-50 hours to complete.                       A basic understanding of and access to
   Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50                   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: 6:00 to 7:50                to the Distance Learning Homepage on
   Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night:               the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
   6:00-7:50                                            Semester Notification Form.” You will
   Friday 8 to 12                                       receive specific course instructions the
   Fees: $20.00.                                        week classes begin.
                                                        Fees: $10.00.
ONLINE:
4434 N090 -                                                                                                                     KEY
   A basic understanding of and access to                                                                 COURSE #
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability
   are required. After you have registered, go
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                                                                                                          CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
                                                                                                                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
   Semester Notification Form.” You will                                                                  Emphasis on solving problems involving
   receive specific course instructions the                                                               mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   week classes begin.                                                                                     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                          1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                          1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                          INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                           NO.
                                                                                                          SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                          Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                          student schedules.



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                                                              tests). You must come to the college
     CMSY-122         Microsoft Expression                    periodically (during the days and hours          CMSY-127        Microsoft® Outlook
                      Web (1 credit)                          listed below) to take both written and                           (1 credit)
     After successful completion of this course, the          computer tests that have deadlines for           After successful completion of this course, the
     student will be able to use Microsoft Expression         completion. During the times below, an           student will be able to use Microsoft Outlook to
     Web to create a Web site, customize the ap-              instructor will be available to help you         send and receive e mails, organize schedules
     pearance of a Web site, enhance a design with            one-on-one. This course requires about 40-       and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do
     Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), create and main-           50 hours to complete.                            lists, and notes. This course may be complet-
     tain hyperlinks, add and enhance pictures, and           Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50               ed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be started
     publish a Web site. This course may be com-              Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                    at any time during the school year. All of the
     pleted in fewer than 14 weeks and may be                 Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50            work (except tests) may be done outside of
     started at any time during the school year. All          Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6:00      class if student has the complete version of Mi-
     of the work (except tests) may be done out-              to 7:50                                          crosoft Outlook (Not Outlook Web Access).
                                                                                                               OPEN ENTRY:Â
     side of class if the student has compatible soft-        Friday 8 to 12
     ware.                                                    Fees: $20.00.                                    2320 001   -
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                                                                                 This class in the Office Technology
     9125 001   -                                          CMSY-126         Introduction to Internet              classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
        This class in the Office Technology                                                                       offered on an open-entry basis, which
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is                             (1 credit)                            means that you may attend class any of
        offered on an open-entry basis, which              After successful completion of this course, the        the days and times listed below. You may
        means that you may attend class any of             student will be able to use the Internet to per-       vary your hours from week to week,
        the days and times listed below. You may           form simple searches, use e-mail features and          attend class as often as you wish, and
        vary your hours from week to week,                 post to newsgroups. Familiarity with a comput-         finish this course early. You may do all of
        attend class as often as you wish, and             er and file management skills are strongly rec-        the work for this course at home (except
        finish this course early. You may do all of        ommended before enrolling in this course. This         tests). You must come to the college
        the work for this course at home (except           course may be completed in fewer than 14               periodically (during the days and hours
        tests). You must come to the college               weeks and may be started at any time during            listed below) to take both written and
        periodically (during the days and hours            the school year. All of the work (except the           computer tests that have deadlines for
        listed below) to take both written and             one test) may be done outside of class. Cred-          completion. During the times below, an
        computer tests that have deadlines for             it will only be granted for one of the following:      instructor will be available to help you
        completion. During the times below, an             CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.                                  one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
        instructor will be available to help you           OPEN ENTRY:Â                                           50 hours to complete.
        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-         4454 001   -                                           Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
        50 hours to complete.                                 This class in the Office Technology                 Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                       classroom, Rm. DH 301 (443-518-4876), is            Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                         offered on an open-entry basis which                Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                    means that you may attend class any of              7:50
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to           the days and times listed below. This               Friday 8 to 12
        7:50                                                  course requires about 40-50 hours to                Fees: $20.00.
        Friday 8 to 12                                        complete. You may vary your hours from           ONLINE:
        Fees: $20.00.                                         week to week, attend class as often as           3646 N090 -
                                                              you wish, and finish this course early.             A basic understanding of and access to
                                                              You may do all of the work for this                 the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     CMSY-123         Microsoft ® Office                      course at home except tests. During the             are required. After you have registered, go
                      Publisher (1 credit)                    times below, an instructor will be available        to the Distance Learning Homepage on
     After successful completion of this course, the          to help you one-on-one.                             the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
     student will be able to use Microsoft Office Pub-        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                     Semester Notification Form.” You will
     lisher to create professional-looking publications       Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       receive specific course instructions the
     for print and for publishing on the Web. This            Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                  week classes begin.
     course may be completed in fewer than 14                 Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to         Fees: $10.00.
     weeks and may be started at any time during              7:50
     the school year. All of the work (except tests)          Friday 8 to 12
     may be done outside of class if student has              Fees: $20.00.                                    CMSY-128        Introduction to HTML
     compatible software.                                  ONLINE:                                                            (1 credit)
         PRQ: CMSY-102.                                    4464 N090 -                                         After successful completion of this course, the
     OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                              A basic understanding of and access to           student will be able to create a Web page using
     8018 001   -                                             the Internet and WWW browsing capability         HTML, control the format of the page, and add
        This class in the Office Technology                   are required. After you have registered, go      graphics to the page. Additional topics covered
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is               to the Distance Learning Homepage on             are ordered and unordered lists, forms, and ta-
        offered on an open-entry basis, which                 the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-            bles. This course may be completed in fewer
        means that you may attend class any of                Semester Notification Form.” You will            than 14 weeks and may be started at any time
        the days and times listed below. You may              receive specific course instructions the         during the school year. All of the work may be
        vary your hours from week to week,                    week classes begin.                              done outside of class (except tests) if student
        attend class as often as you wish, and                Fees: $10.00.                                    has compatible software.
        finish this course early. You may do all of
        the work for this course at home (except



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OPEN ENTRY:Â                                         EVENING:                                             This class may be started at any time during
1291 001   -                                         9205 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      T                    the school year. All of the work for this class
                                                     2387 051     6:30PM-9:20PM      W                    (except tests) may be done outside of class if
   This class in the Office Technology               1924 052     6:30PM-9:20PM      F
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is                                                                the student has Windows. Familiarity with a
                                                        Fees: $50.00.                                     computer is strongly recommended.
   offered on an open-entry basis, which
   means that you may attend class any of            ONLINE:                                             OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                     1901 N090 -                                          1905 001   -
   the days and times listed below. You may          1952 N091 -
   vary your hours from week to week,                5734 N092
                                                                                                             This class in the Office Technology
   attend class as often as you wish, and               A basic understanding of and access to               classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876), is
   finish this course early. You may do all of          the Internet and WWW browsing capability             offered on an open-entry basis, which
   the work for this course at home (except             are required. After you have registered for          means that you may attend class any of
   tests). You must come to the college                 this course, please go to the HCC                    the days and times listed below. You may
   periodically (during the days and hours              Homepage. Under the heading Academics,               vary your hours from week to week,
   listed below) to take both written and               click on the link for Distance and                   attend class as often as you wish, and
   computer tests that have deadlines for               Alternative Learning. Please read the                finish this course early. You may do all of
   completion. During the times below, an               information under the heading                        the work for this course at home (except
   instructor will be available to help you             “Information for Online Students.” This              tests). You must come to the college
   one-on-one. This course requires about 40-           course has an on-campus orientation on               periodically (during the days and hours
   50 hours to complete.                                Saturday, January 29, 2011, between 9:00             listed below) to take both written and
   Monday 8-3; Night: 6-7:50                            AM and 1:00 PM, exact time and rm,                   computer tests that have deadlines for
   Tuesday 8-12:30; 1:30-3                              TBA.                                                 completion. During the times below, an
   Wednesday 8-3; Night: 6-7:50                         Fees: $30.00.                                        instructor will be available to help you
                                                                                                             one-on-one. This course requires about 40-
                                                     HYBRID:_
   Thursday 8-12:30; 1:30-3; Night: 6-7:50
   Friday 8-12                                                                                               50 hours to complete.
                                                     1949 C001 11:00AM-12:20PM       F
   Fees: $20.00.                                                                                             Monday 8-3; Night: 6-7:50
                                                        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
ONLINE:                                                of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                                                                             Tuesday 8-12:30; 1:30-3
2317 N090 -                                                                                                  Wednesday 8-3; Night: 6-7:50
                                                        online resources. Because so many of the
   A basic understanding of and access to                                                                    Thursday 8-12:30; 1:30-3; Night: 6-7:50
                                                        course interactions are conducted online,
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability                                                                  Friday 8-12
                                                        the amount of class meeting time is half
   are required. After you have registered, go                                                               Fees: $20.00.
                                                        that of the traditional onsite version of the
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on                 course. Students may use computers in             ONLINE:
   the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-                                                                  4466 N090 -
                                                        the campus computer labs or use their
   Semester Notification Form.” You will                home computers with Internet access to               A basic understanding of and access to
   receive specific course instructions the             complete online course activities. See               the Internet and WWW browsing capability
   week classes begin.                                  www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                   are required. After you have registered, go
   Fees: $10.00.                                        information including complete technical             to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                                                        specifications for Hybrid and online                 the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-
                                                        courses.                                             Semester Notification Form.” You will
CMSY-129        Principles of Internet                                                                       receive specific course instructions the
                                                        Fees: $50.00.
                (3 credits)                                                                                  week classes begin.
                                                                                                             Fees: $10.00.
In this course students learn about popular in-
ternet tools and applications as well as the un-     CMSY-129          Principles of Internet
derlying technologies. Students also learn how                         Seminar-HONORS
to evaluate information on the internet for iden-    This seminar is open to students enrolled in
tifying and protecting their computers and per-      CMSY-129. Participants in the seminar will meet
sonal information from security threats, hoaxes,     for an additional 80 minutes, once per week,
and scams. The class also introduces ecom-           for 10 weeks. They will present information
merce, including intellectual property. Students     from references that they are using to write a
also learn how to create web pages with              paper for their regular class. The topics can be
XHTML. Familiarity with a computer, file man-        about current events, technologies, legal issues,
agement skills, and touch typing are strongly        international issues, and applications that affect
                                                                                                                                 KEY
recommended for success in this class. Credit        use of the Internet. Each student also will de-       COURSE #
will only be granted for one of the following:       velop an advice article or report for other stu-
CMSY-126 or CMSY-129. (3 hours weekly)               dents regarding some topic of Internet usage.         CHEM-101 General Inorganic
DAY:                                                              2:00PM-3:20PM      T
                                                                                                                    Chemistry I (4 credits)
1969   001   9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                      This seminar begins Feb. 12.
3648   002   11:00AM-12:20PM    MW                                                                         Emphasis on solving problems involving
9113   003   12:30PM-1:50PM     MW                                                                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
9114   004   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                  CMSY-132          Introduction to Windows              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
5720   005   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                                                                        1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
1990   006   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                                    (1 credit)                          1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
3647   007   12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH                  After successful completion of this course, the
2386   008   3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH                  student will be able to understand and use            INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
0946   009   9:30AM-12:20PM     F                    Windows. Emphasis is on managing folders               NO.
   Fees: $50.00.                                     and files and customizing the desktop. This           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                     course may be completed in fewer than 14              Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                     weeks by attending class more hours per week.         student schedules.



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     CMSY-134        Introduction to Operating           CMSY-136         Integrated Software               CMSY-141        Computer Science I
                     Systems (1 credit)                                   Applications (1 credit)                           (4 credits)
     After successful completion of this course, the     After successful completion of this course, the    This course provides an introduction to the C++
     student will be able to define and explain the      student will be able to use the integration fea-   programming methodology from algorithm de-
     purpose of basic MS-DOS Command Line and            tures of Microsoft Office to copy, paste, link,    velopment and documentation to object-orient-
     Windows. In addition, students will be able to      and embed files from one program to another        ed programming. Upon successful completion,
     demonstrate proficiency in file management          using Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.         students will be able to write programs of mod-
     concepts in both MS-DOS and Windows. This           Basic through advanced integration skills are      erate complexity and length which include stan-
     course is designed to meet the needs of stu-        covered. This course may be completed in           dard data types, control structures, user written
     dents who want to work toward A+ certifica-         fewer than 14 weeks and may be started at any      and library functions, arrays, structures, recur-
     tion. This course may be completed in fewer         time during the school year. All of the work       sion, stream I/O, and simple classes and ob-
     than 14 weeks and may be started at any time        may be done outside of class if student has        jects. Students should be familiar with Windows
     during the school year. All of the work for this    compatible software.                               file management before enrolling in this course.
     course (except tests) may be done outside of            PRQ: CMSY-101, CMSY-103, CMSY-104,                  PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH-181 and el-
     class if the student has the appropriate operat-        CMSY-116, and CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.                 igible to enroll in ENGL-121.
     ing systems.                                        OPEN ENTRY:Â                                       DAY:
     OPEN ENTRY:Â                                        4430 001   -                                       1920 001     2:00PM-4:20PM      TTH
     1903 001   -                                           This class in the Office Technology             1921 002     9:30AM-11:50AM     TTH
        This class in the Office Technology                 classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876),is             Fees: $50.00.
        classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876),is              offered on an open-entry basis, which
        offered on an open-entry basis, which               means that you may attend class any of
        means that you may attend class any of              the days and times listed below. You may        CMSY-142        Operating System
        the days and times listed below. You may            vary your hours from week to week,                              Fundamentals I (1 credit)
        vary your hours from week to week,                  attend class as often as you wish, and          After successful completion of this course, the
        attend class as often as you wish, and              finish this course early. You may do all of     student will be able to identify and use the
        finish this course early. You may do all of         the work for this course at home. There         functions, structure, and major system files of
        the work for this course at home (except            are no tests in this course; however, there     operating systems. This will include procedures
        tests). You must come to the college                are assignments that have deadlines for         for creating, reviewing, and managing files, di-
        periodically (during the days and hours             completion. During the times below, an          rectories, and disks. This course is designed to
        listed below) to take both written and              instructor will be available to help you        meet the needs of students who want to work
        computer tests that have deadlines for              one-on-one. This course requires about 40-      toward A+ certification. All of the work for this
        completion. During the times below, an              50 hours to complete.                           course (except tests) may be done outside of
        instructor will be available to help you            Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                 class if the student has the appropriate operat-
        one-on-one. This course requires about 40-          Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                   ing systems.
        50 hours to complete.                               Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50                  PRQ: CMSY-134
                                                                                                            OPEN ENTRY:Â
        Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50                  Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to
        Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3                       7:50                                            4429 001   -
        Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50               Friday 8 to 12                                     This class in the Office Technology
        Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6:00         Fees: $20.00.                                      classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876),is
        to 7:50                                          ONLINE:                                              offered on an open-entry basis, which
        Friday 8 to 12                                   1944 N090 -                                           means that you may attend class any of
        Fees: $20.00.                                       A basic understanding of and access to             the days and times listed below. You may
     ONLINE:                                               the Internet and WWW browsing capability           vary your hours from week to week,
     4467 N090 -                                            are required. After you have registered, go        attend class as often as you wish, and
        A basic understanding of and access to              to the Distance Learning Homepage on               finish this course early. You may do all of
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability            the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-              the work for this course at home (except
        are required. After you have registered, go         Semester Notification Form.” You will              tests). You must come to the college
        to the Distance Learning Homepage on                receive specific course instructions the           periodically (during the days and hours
        the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-               week classes begin.                                listed below) to take written tests that
        Semester Notification Form.” You will               Fees: $10.00.                                      have deadlines for completion. During the
        receive specific course instructions the                                                               times below, an instructor will be available
        week classes begin.                                                                                    to help you one-on-one. This course
        Fees: $10.00.                                                                                          requires about 40-50 hours to complete.
                                                                                                               Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
                                                                                                               Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                                                                               Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6 to 7:50
                                                                                                               Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6 to
                                                                                                               7:50
                                                                                                               Friday 8 to 12
                                                                                                               Fees: $20.00.




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ONLINE:                                             CMSY-147         Introduction to Web Site          CMSY-153         Introduction to Flash
1946 N090 -
   A basic understanding of and access to                             Authoring (3 credits)                              (3 credits)
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability          This course introduces students to software for    This course will provide students with the skills
   are required. After you have registered, go       creating web sites, including GUI HTML pro-        to design and develop interactive computer ma-
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on              grams, web image creation software, and mul-       terials for web sites, education and business
   the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-             timedia creation for the web. It also introduces   training, and other multimedia projects using
   Semester Notification Form.” You will             principles of web site design. Students should     Macromedia Flash. Students will master the ba-
   receive specific course instructions the          be able to type 15wpm and perform basic com-       sics of drawing and creating animations. Then
   week classes begin.                               puter file management tasks, including organiz-    students will learn how to add buttons and
   Fees: $10.00.                                     ing files in folders, moving, copying, and         sounds, manage assets using the library, or-
                                                     deleting files.                                    ganize projects in scenes, and apply basic Ac-
                                                     DAY:                                               tionScript statements. Finally, students will learn
CMSY-143        Operating System                     1641 001    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                 how to use bitmaps, gradients, and publish
                Fundamentals II (1 credit)              Fees: $50.00.                                   movies with Flash. Familiarity and experience
After successful completion of this course, the      EVENING:                                           with the World Wide Web is assumed. Com-
student will be able to explain how to support       2384 050    6:30PM-9:20PM      T                   puter file management skills and introductory
hard drives, manage memory, maintain, and               Fees: $50.00.                                   HTML skills are needed for success in this
troubleshoot Windows. This course is designed                                                           class.
to meet the needs of students who want to                                                               EVENING:
work toward A+ certification. All of the work for    CMSY-148         Advanced HTML                     4330 050     6:00PM-8:50PM       W
this course (except tests) may be done outside                        (3 credits)                          Fees: $50.00.
of class if the student has the appropriate op-      This course presents in-depth coverage of
erating systems.                                     HTML and XHTML. Students will learn the
    PRQ: CMSY-142
                                                                                                        CMSY-154         Protecting the Virtual
                                                     structure and syntax of XHTML, including cas-
OPEN ENTRY:Â                                         cading style sheets, dynamic Web pages using                        Office (3 credits)
4428 001   -                                         JavaScript and DHTML, and the creation and         Recent developments on the Internet, such as
   This class in the Office Technology               use of XML documents. the course also reviews      Social Web and Virtual Worlds, have improved
   classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876),is            formatting text, incorporating graphics, adding    our ability to communicate globally, while in-
   offered on an open-entry basis, which             interactive forms, creating tables, advanced       creasing our access to larger amounts of busi-
   means that you may attend class any of            Web page structuring, and Web page design.         ness information. In addition to these positive
   the days and times listed below. You may          Familiarity with basic HTML is assumed.            changes, we have also seen the Internet be-
   vary your hours from week to week,                    PRQ: CMSY-128 or CMSY-129                      come a source of misinformation and various
   attend class as often as you wish, and            DAY:                                               network security vulnerabilities. In this course,
   finish this course early. You may do all of       2382 001    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                 students will learn about both network and
   the work for this course at home (except             Fees: $50.00.                                   workstation level threats, and how to protect
   tests). You must come to the college                                                                 against them. Familiarity with computer operat-
                                                     EVENING:
   periodically (during the days and hours           2383 050    6:00PM-8:50PM      M                   ing systems, security tools such as personal
   listed below) to take written tests that             Fees: $50.00.                                   firewalls and virus protection, along with basic
   have deadlines for completion. During the                                                            file management skills and touch typing are
   times below, an instructor will be available                                                         strongly recommended for success in this class.
   to help you one-on-one. This course               CMSY-152         Introduction to Javascript        DAY:
   requires about 40-50 hours to complete.                            (1 credit)                        9161 001     9:00AM-10:50AM      TTH
   Monday 8-3; Night: 6-7:50                                                                               Fees: $50.00.
   Tuesday 8-12:30; 1:30-3                           This course is an introduction to computer pro-
                                                     gramming using JavaScript. Upon successful         EVENING:
   Wednesday 8-3; Night: 6-7:50                                                                         5548 050     6:00PM-8:50PM       W
   Thursday 8-12:30; 1:30-3; Night: 6-7:50           completion of this course, students will have
                                                     acquired intermediate skills needed to create,        Fees: $50.00.
   Friday 8-12
   Fees: $20.00.                                     design, write, test, debug and document pro-
ONLINE:
                                                     grams to run on client machines with
1947 N090 -                                          JavaScript. This course teaches the JavaScipt                             KEY
   A basic understanding of and access to            used in DHTML and teaches computer pro-
                                                                                                         COURSE #
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability          gramming skills that can be used in learning
   are required. After you have registered, go       other programming languages, especially those
   to the Distance Learning Homepage on              that work with HTML. 1 hour weekly                  CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   the HCC homepage and submit the “Pre-             [(CMSY-128 or CMSY-129) AND (CMSY-141 or                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
   Semester Notification Form.” You will             CMSY-190)]                                          Emphasis on solving problems involving
   receive specific course instructions the              PRQ: CMSY-148 OR                                mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   week classes begin.                               EVENING:                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Fees: $10.00.                                     3649 050    6:30PM-7:20PM      TH                   1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                        CMSY-152-050 meets February 3 to March           1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                        3.
                                                                                                         INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                        Fees: $25.00.                                     NO.
                                                                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                         student schedules.



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     CMSY-162         Introduction to Network              CMSY-164         Intro. to Intrusion                CMSY-190         Introduction to Visual
                      Security Systems                                      Detection Systems                                   Basic.NET (3 credits)
                      (3 credits)                                           (3 credits)                        This course will give students an introduction
     This course is designed to introduce students         From this introduction to intrusion detection       to Visual Basic. Students will write several proj-
     to the fundamentals of network security in            systems, students will develop a solid founda-      ects during the course. Students should be fa-
     preparation for advanced courses. It will give        tion for understanding IDS and how they func-       miliar with Windows file management before
     students a solid foundation for understanding         tion. This course will give students a              enrolling in this course.
     different security technologies and how they          background in the technology of detecting net-          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121 and
     function. They will also be able to design a          work attacks. It will introduce all the concepts        MATH-061.
     basic network with the proper network security        and procedures used for IDS (Intrusion Detec-       EVENING:
     structures in place. This course is designed as       tion Systems) and IPS (Intrusion Prevention         1989 050     5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH
     an entry-level. Information Assurance class, but      Systems). Students will have hands-on experi-          Fees: $50.00.
     it is highly recommended that students have a         ence with implementing and configuring soft-        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     background in computer and network adminis-           ware and hardware based IDS in a network            7312 J055 6:00PM-10:15PM        W
     tration. After taking this course, students should    infrastructure. This course is designed with a         Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
     be prepared to take the CompTIA Security+             network administrator in mind. A fairly exten-         Fees: $50.00.
     exam. A good understanding of the Windows             sive background in network administration, or
     and Linux operating system, and TCP/IP proto-         a computer professional with an MCSE or
     col, or an extensive background in/network            equivalent would have adequate background           CMSY-199         Introduction to Java
     administration is highly recommended. (3              knowledge for waiver.                                                (3 credits)
     hours lecture, 1 hour lab)                                PRQ: CMSY-162 or CMSY-163 or waiver             Upon completion of this course, students will
     DAY:                                                      based on equivalent knowledge or experi-        be able to demonstrate an understanding of the
     5089 001     10:00AM-11:50AM    MW                        ence. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour lab)             Java programming language and skills in the
     5505 002     10:00AM-11:50AM    TTH                   EVENING:                                            development and use of Java applets and ap-
        Fees: $50.00.                                      5079 050     6:00PM-9:50PM     M                    plications using the Java Development Kit
     EVENING:                                                 Fees: $50.00.                                    (JDK).
     5503 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      M                     WEEKEND:                                                PRQ: CMSY-141 or CMSY-181 or CMSY-190.
     6852 051     6:00PM-9:50PM      T                     5080 060     6:00PM-9:50PM     F                    EVENING:
     5090 052     6:00PM-9:50PM      W                        Fees: $50.00.                                    1959 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      M
     9155 053     6:00PM-9:50PM      TH
                                                                                                                  Fees: $50.00.
        Fees: $50.00.
     WEEKEND:                                              CMSY-171         Computer Science II
     5076 060     9:00AM-12:50PM     S                                      (4 credits)                        CMSY-201         Computer Systems Work
     5075 061     1:00PM-4:50PM      S
        Fees: $50.00.                                      This course provides data structure implemen-                        Experience I (3-4 credits)
                                                           tation in C++ including dynamic arrays, linked      Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                           lists, binary trees, and various search algo-       rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     CMSY-163         Introduction to Firewalls            rithms. Advanced object-oriented programming        must receive prior approval to register for this
                      and Internet Security                concepts and development will also be cov-          work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                           ered, including composite classes and inheri-       (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
                      (3 credits)                          tance, operator and function overloading,               PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     This course is designed to give students expe-        encapsulation and polymorphism.                         three credits should select Section C050.
     rience with firewall hardware and software. Dif-           PRQ: CMSY-141                                      Those registering for four credits should se-
     ferent firewall systems will be illustrated, and      EVENING:                                                lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
     students will be given the opportunity to install     1957 050     5:00PM-7:20PM     MW                       ter after the semester begins.
     and configure them. The course is designed               Fees: $50.00.                                        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
     with a network administrator in mind. An ex-                                                                  better grade point and demonstration of
     tensive background in network administration,                                                                 pre-employment skills. Student placement is
     or a computer professional with an MCSE or            CMSY-181         Introduction to C++                    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
     equivalent would have adequate background                              Programming (4 credits)                ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                                                                               HYBRID:_
     knowledge for waiver.
         PRQ: CMSY-162. (3 hours lecture, 1 hour           This course provides an introduction to the C++
                                                           programming methodology-from algorithm de-          5816 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
         lab)                                                                                                  5817 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                                                           velopment and documentation to object-orient-
     EVENING:                                              ed programming. Upon successful completion,            A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     5084 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      T                                                                            of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                           students will be able to write programs of mod-
     9156 051     6:00PM-9:50PM      W                                                                            online resources. Because so many of the
     5085 052     6:00PM-9:50PM      TH                    erate complexity and length which include stan-
                                                           dard data types, control structures, user written      course interactions are conducted online,
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                             the amount of class meeting time is half
                                                           and library functions, arrays, structures, recur-
                                                           sion, stream I/O, and simple classes and ob-           that of the traditional onsite version of the
                                                           jects. Students should be familiar with Windows        course. Students may use computers in
                                                           file management before enrolling in this course.       the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                PRQ: CMSY-121 or CMSY-190 or CMSY-220             home computers with Internet access to
                                                                                                                  complete online course activities. See
                                                           DAY:
                                                                                                                  www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                           1948 001     2:00PM-4:20PM     TTH
                                                           1956 002     9:30AM-11:50AM    TTH                     information including complete technical
                                                              Fees: $50.00.                                       specifications for Hybrid and online


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   courses. The student will work with an on                                                              LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
   campus mentor who will assist the student          CMSY-205          Advanced JavaScript               1912 M050 6:00PM-10:15PM         M
   with establishing work experience goals.                             (3 credits)                          Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
   Student will be required to participate in a       This course provides comprehensive instruction         Fees: $50.00.
   seminar and submit written reports on              in JavaScript. It will present both intermediate
   his/her progress.                                  and advanced topics needed to create, design,
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                          CMSY-219         Microcomputer Operating
                                                      write, test, debug and document programs to
                                                      run on client machines with JavaScript.                              Systems DOS (3 credits)
                                                      [(CMSY-128 or CMSY-129) AND (CMSY-141 or            An understanding of the operating system of a
CMSY-202         Computer Systems Work                                                                    microcomputer will be developed in this
                                                      CMSY-190)]
                 Experience II (3-4 credits)              PRQ: CMSY-148 OR                                course. The student will learn how to maintain,
Supervised work experience which relates di-          EVENING:                                            use and configure a personal computer operat-
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students       8168 050     6:30PM-9:20PM      TH                  ing system.
must receive prior approval to register for this         Fees: $50.00.                                        PRQ: CMSY-110 or CADD-101.
work experience course. Call the Career Center                                                            EVENING:
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.                                                                1992 050     7:30PM-10:00PM      TTH
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for             CMSY-212          Virtual Process                      Fees: $50.00.
    three credits should select Section C050.                           Management in Business
    Those registering for four credits should se-                       (3 credits)
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-                                                          CMSY-248         Introduction to XML
    ter after the semester begins.                    This course uses a problem-solving, project-                         (3 credits)
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or          based approach to involve students in real-life
                                                      business management issues. Focusing on such        This introductory class will teach students how
    better grade point and demonstration of                                                               to create documents that define data in XML,
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is       areas as human resources, customer service,
                                                      marketing, and financial issues, students will      use rules of XML syntax, and format data in
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-                                                             XSLT and CSS stylesheets. The relation of
    ter (Room RCF-302).                               resolve situations employing forward-looking vir-
                                                                                                          XHTML to XML is also presented.
HYBRID:_
                                                      tual technology with consideration of the glob-
                                                      al arena. Students will exit the course with a          PRQ: CMSY-148 and (CMSY-103 or CMSY-
5818 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                                                                             110)
5819 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                     theoretical and practical ability to use elements
                                                      of the virtual environment for business activi-     EVENING:
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination                                                                5549 050     6:00PM-8:50PM       TH
   of classroom interaction with the use of           ties. Familiarity with browsers, internet con-
                                                      cepts,     and     personal      computers     is      Fees: $50.00.
   online resources. Because so many of the
   course interactions are conducted online,          recommended for course success.
   the amount of class meeting time is half           DAY:                                                CMSY-250         Systems Analysis and
   that of the traditional onsite version of the      9147 001     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                                                                                           Design (3 credits)
   course. Students may use computers in
   the campus computer labs or use their                                                                  How to improve/design a system using data
   home computers with Internet access to
                                                      CMSY-217          Intermediate Java                 analysis sheets, system flowcharts, process
   complete online course activities. See                               (3 credits)                       charts, GANTT charts, decision tables and spec-
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                 This intermediate Java course covers some top-      ification documents.
   information including complete technical           ics from Introduction to Java in more depth              PRQ: CMSY-121
   specifications for Hybrid and online               and also introduces more advanced topics.           EVENING:
   courses. The student will work with an on          Upon completion of this course, students will       1927 050     7:30PM-10:20PM      TH
   campus mentor who will assist the student          be able to demonstrate solid skill in the fun-
   with establishing work experience goals.           damentals of Java programming language and
   Student will be required to participate in a       an understanding of some advanced features.
   seminar and submit written reports on                  PRQ: CMSY-199
   his/her progress.                                  EVENING:
   Fees: $25.00.                                      5550 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      TH
                                                         Fees: $50.00.
CMSY-203         Introduction to PHP                                                                                             KEY
                 (3 credits)                          CMSY-218          Operating System                   COURSE #

PHP is an open source server-side scripting lan-                        Fundamentals (3 credits)
guage used to create dynamic, data-driven Web                                                              CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                      Learn how to use the Command Prompt (DOS)                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
sites for such applications as web-based con-         and Windows operating systems to create, view,
tent management and display systems. It per-          and manage files, directories, and disks. Other      Emphasis on solving problems involving
forms many of the same functions as ASP and           topics include file attributes, supporting and       mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
ColdFusion. In this course students will learn        troubleshooting Windows, and hard drive main-         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
how to use several features of this scripting lan-                                                         1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                      tenance. This course includes beginning
guage. Students will write scripting code within                                                           1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                      through advanced operating system concepts
the class and in assignments outside of class.        designed to prepare you to take the operating        INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
    PRQ: (CMSY 128 or CMSY-129) AND                   system part of the A+ certification exam.             NO.
    (CMSY-103 or CMSY-110)                                                                                 SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
EVENING:
                                                                                                           Please note room assignments will be printed on
6204 050     6:30PM-9:20PM      T                                                                          student schedules.
   Fees: $50.00.


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     CMSY-255         Introduction to Unix
                                                           their network infrastructure to avoid breaches
                                                           into their respective systems. End Point security   COMPUTER-AIDED
                      (3 credits)
     This course provides an introduction to Unix
                                                           aspects will be discussed for a holistic security
                                                           solution. This course is designed with a network
                                                                                                               DESIGN
     using the Linux operating system. Upon suc-           security professional in mind. An extensive back-
     cessful completion of the course, the student         ground focused in network security administra-      CADD-100        Principles of Drafting
     will be able to work with the Unix shell to           tion, or a computer professional with an MCSE                       (3 credits)
     maintain and utilize Unix file systems, to con-       or equivalent would have adequate background
                                                           knowledge for waiver.                               The objective of this course is to introduce the
     figure the shell environment, and to write Unix                                                           student to the language of graphics used in en-
     shell scripts. An introduction to the X-Window            PRQ: CMSY 163 and CMSY 164 (3 hours
                                                               lecture, 1 hour lab)                            gineering and technology. The student will ac-
     GUI environment will also be provided.                                                                    quire an understanding of orthographic
         PRQ: CMSY-219                                     EVENING:
                                                                                                               projections, sections, conventions, threads and
                                                           5083 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      M
     EXPRESS:                                                                                                  fasteners, and pictorial drawings. The student
     5098 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH                   WEEKEND:                                            will use drafting instruments to create dimen-
        CMSY-255-P050 meets from 2/1/11-3/17/11.           5082 060     6:00PM-9:50PM      F
                                                                                                               sioned orthographic views and assembly draw-
        Fees: $50.00.                                         Fees: $50.00.                                    ings which will include holes, fasteners, and
                                                                                                               fittings. Students who do not own drawing in-
     CMSY-256         Linux Server                         CMSY-264         CISSP Preparation                  struments and associated equipment may have
                                                                                                               to purchase the necessary tools.
                      Administration (3 credits)                            (3 credits)
                                                                                                               DAY:
     This course provides the core foundation for          The Computer Information Systems Security           2355 501    9:00AM-10:50AM     MW
     supporting Linux. Each student will install a         Professional (CISSP) designation is particularly    WEEKEND:
     Linux server and use the server to learn Unix         useful for those who are focused on managing        4370 560    9:00AM-1:00PM      S
     shell scripts, user account administration, sys-      either process or people responsible for activi-       This section starts on Saturday, January
     tem initialization, print queue configuration, the    ties related to the design, implementation and         29, 2011.
     CRON facility, network configuration, and the         administration of an information security infra-
     installation and configuration of network servic-     structure. Topics will include practical aspects
     es such as HTTP and FTP.                              of law and forensics, physical and operations       CADD-101        Introduction to CAD
         PRQ: CMSY-255                                     security, technical elements of networking and                      Design (3 credits)
     EXPRESS:
                                                           encryption and basic tenets of access control,
                                                           security models and management practices.           In this course the student will develop skills
     5198 P050    6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH                                                                       and abilities in using the computer’s hardware
        CMSY-256-P050 meets from 3/22/11-                  Upon completion of the course, the student will
                                                           have a framework necessary to successfully          and software to create standard orthographic
        5/12/11.                                                                                               views. The student will create working detail
        Fees: $50.00.                                      complete the CISSP exam. Three to four years
                                                           of related experience are needed to sit for this    drawings by adding the necessary sections, di-
                                                           exam. Testing instruments similar to the CISSP      mensions, tolerances, notes, and specifications
     CMSY-262         Introduction to                      examination will be used to demonstrate com-        to the computer generated views. This course
                                                           prehension during midterm and noncumulative         uses AUTOCAD software. Drafting experience
                      Encryption & Vpn                                                                         is helpful.
                                                           final exams. (3 hours weekly)
                      Technology (3 credits)                                                                   DAY:
                                                           EVENING:
     This course will instruct students how to iden-       1442 050     6:00PM-9:00PM      TH                  2349 501    3:00PM-4:50PM      MTH
     tify and apply principles of encryption, as well         Fees: $50.00.                                       Fees: $50.00.
     as the methodology to install and validate a          WEEKEND:                                            EVENING:
     VPN. The concepts of virtual private networks         5507 060     6:00PM-9:00PM      F                   2353 550    5:30PM-9:20PM      T
     and data encryption will become part of the              Fees: $50.00.                                       Fees: $50.00.
     student’s skill set. This course is designed with
     a network administrator in mind. A fairly ex-
     tensive background in network administration,         CMSY-281         Advanced C++                       CADD-103        Intermediate CAD
     or a computer professional with an MCSE or                             Programming (4 credits)                            (3 credits)
     equivalent would have adequate background                                                                 The student will use a computer to create and
     knowledge for waiver.                                 This course provides data structure implemen-
                                                           tation in C++ including dynamic arrays, linked      plot complex orthographic drawings, auxiliary
          PRQ: CMSY-162 and CMSY-163 (3 hours                                                                  views and sections. The student will apply ed-
          lecture, 1 hour lab)                             lists, binary trees, and various search algo-
                                                           rithms. Advanced object-oriented programming        iting, grouping and library commands of a CAD
     EVENING:                                              concepts and development will also be cov-          system to facilitate the production of drawings.
     5081 050     6:00PM-9:50PM      TH                                                                        This course uses AUTOCAD software.
                                                           ered, including composite classes and inheri-
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                              PRQ: CADD-101
                                                           tance, operator and function overloading,
                                                           encapsulation and polymorphism.                     WEEKEND:
                                                                PRQ: CMSY-181                                  2352 560    5:30PM-9:20PM      F
     CMSY-263         Hardening the Network
                                                                                                                  Fees: $50.00.
                      Infrastructure (3 credits)           EVENING:
                                                           1983 050     5:00PM-7:20PM      MW
     Hardening the Network Infrastructure is designed         Fees: $50.00.
     to teach students how to properly secure critical
     network systems. Students will use various tools
     to audit a network, in order to determine where
     network vulnerabilities exist. Once these weak-
     nesses are documented, the student will harden


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CADD-104         Advanced CAD (3 credits)             CADD-107          Three-dimensional                   CRES-900         Introduction to
This course prepares the student to use ad-                             Modeling & Animation                                 Restorative Justice
vanced drawing and editing commands for cre-                            (3 credits)                                          (3 credits)
ating a spatially complex drawing, including
surfaces, such as bezier, etc. The student will       This course is to introduce the student to the        This course will introduce the fundamental
use data base capabilities to extract information     concepts of 2D/3D computer animation. The             practices and principles of restorative justice.
from the drawings and perform cost estimates          student will develop and apply traditional ani-       We will explore the role of victim, offenders,
and create bills of materials. The student will       mation techniques using computer software.            communities, and justice systems and introduce
use programs which interact with CAD and per-         The applications of computer animation will in-       some of the models used in restorative prac-
form rapid calculations. Applications of CAD in       clude engineering, visualization, advertising, and    tices. The course will pay special attention to
business will be discussed and illustrated. Ad-       multimedia.                                           multicultural perspectives. (3 hours weekly)
vanced display modes, such as views and                   Also listed as MASS-107                           Also listed as CRIM-900.
slides, are studied and practiced. The student        DAY:                                                  EVENING:
will learn how to create custom menus and             2654 501     2:00PM-5:50PM       T                    8930 950     6:00PM-8:50PM       W
multiple commands, and how to set up stan-               Fees: $50.00.
dardization procedures. This course uses AU-
TOCAD software.                                                                                             COOPERATIVE
    PRQ: CADD-103                                     CONFLICT                                              EDUCATION
WEEKEND:
2354 560     9:00AM-1:00PM      S                     RESOLUTION
   This section starts on Saturday, January                                                                 COOP-150         Job Search: Skills and
   29, 2011.
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                      CRES-155          Introduction to Conflict                             Techniques (1 credit)
                                                                        Resolution (3 credits)              This course is a preparation for employment
                                                      The course will introduce students to both dif-       where the student will study practical job
CADD-105         CAD Projects and                     ferent perspectives on conflict and different         searching techniques, develop a current resume
                 Presentations (3 credits)            strategies for resolving conflict. Conflict will be   and develop practical interview skills.
In this course, the student will complete a           explored in different contexts, including inter-      DAY:
major project related to a technical field of his     group conflict, cross-cultural conflict, and inter-   5833 050     10:00AM-12:00PM     F
choice. For example, the student may choose           national conflict, with an emphasis on                   Fees: $15.00.
to construct an entire set of architectural plans;    interpersonal conflict. Most importantly, stu-
containing all essential elements, views, specifi-    dents will be asked to reflect on their own style
cations, bill of materials, etc; or the student       of conflict resolution and the pertinence of the
may prepare all the drawings for a mechanical         material covered to conflict resolution in their
or electromechanical unit, detail and assembly        own lives. Course content will include experi-
drawings with parts, lists, notes, etc.               ential learning and role play.
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121; CADD-            Also listed as HEED-155.
    104.                                              EVENING:
WEEKEND:                                              8925 950     4:30PM-7:20PM       M
2361 560     9:00AM-1:00PM      S
   This section starts on Saturday, January           CRES-201          Conflict and Process
   29, 2011.
   Fees: $50.00.                                                        (3 credits)
                                                      Introduces students to the distinction between
                                                      the content of conflict and the process of con-
CADD-106         CAD Systems (3 credits)              flict management and resolution. Considers the
Prior to taking this course, the student would        range of processes available from both theoret-
have acquired an in-depth knowledge and be            ical and practical viewpoints. Emphasizes role
well-versed in at least one CAD system used in        play and application of skills in negotiation, me-
industry. This course is intended to broaden          diation and facilitation.                                                    KEY
the student’s knowledge in other CAD pack-                 PRQ: CRES-155.                                    COURSE #
ages. The main objective of this course is to         EVENING:
prepare the student to adapt in an industrial en-     8926 950     6:00PM-7:20PM       TTH
vironment quickly and easily to any of the most                                                              CHEM-101 General Inorganic
widely used CAD systems.                                                                                              Chemistry I (4 credits)
    PRQ: CADD-105                                                                                            Emphasis on solving problems involving
WEEKEND:                                                                                                     mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
2365 560     9:00AM-1:00PM      S                                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   This section starts on Saturday, January                                                                  1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
   29, 2011.                                                                                                 1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
   Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                             INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                              NO.
                                                                                                             SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                             student schedules.



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     COOP-160         Portfolio Development
                                                              seminar and submit written reports on             HYBRID:_
                                                              his/her progress.                                 5808 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
                      (3 credits)                             Fees: $25.00.                                     5809 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
     This course is designed for students interested                                                               A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     in assessing their prior learning by developing                                                               of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                           COOP-191         Internship II (1-2 credit)             online resources. Because so many of the
     a portfolio. Through this course students will
     learn how to collect, organize, document and          Upon completion of this course, students will           course interactions are conducted online,
     verify evidence of prior learning.                    have enhanced skills by linking concepts and            the amount of class meeting time is half
         PRQ: ENGL-121 and consent of the instruc-         theories with application and understanding             that of the traditional onsite version of the
         tor.                                              through experiential opportunities in a work            course. Students may use computers in
                                                           place setting. Students must receive prior ap-          the campus computer labs or use their
     EVENING:
     5834 051     6:30PM-9:30PM      T
                                                           proval to register for this work experience             home computers with Internet access to
        Fees: $25.00.                                      course. Call the Career Center (443-518-1340)           complete online course activities. See
                                                           to schedule an appointment.
     ONLINE:
                                                                                                                   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                               PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one           information including complete technical
     9682 N050
                                                               credit should select Section C050. Those            specifications for Hybrid and online
        A basic understanding of and access to
                                                               registering for two credits should select Sec-      courses. The student will work with an on
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                               tion C051. Students may still register after        campus mentor who will assist the student
        are required. After you have registered for
                                                               the semester begins.                                with establishing work experience goals.
        this course, please go to the HCC
                                                               PRQ: C or better in COOP-190.                       Student will be required to participate in a
        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
        click on the link for Distance and                 HYBRID:_                                                seminar and submit written reports on
        Alternative Learning. Please read the              5814 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                       his/her progress.
                                                           5815 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                       Fees: $25.00.
        information under the heading
                                                              A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
        “Information for Online Students.” This
                                                              of classroom interaction with the use of
        course has five required meetings with the                                                              COOP-202        Cooperative Education
                                                              online resources. Because so many of the
        instructor. Please contact the instructor
        (abatra@howardcc.edu) prior to Monday,
                                                              course interactions are conducted online,                         Work Experience II
                                                              the amount of class meeting time is half
        January 29th to arrange the first and
                                                              that of the traditional onsite version of the
                                                                                                                                (3-4 credits)
        subsequent meetings.                                                                                    Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                              course. Students may use computers in
        Fees: $30.00.                                                                                           rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                              the campus computer labs or use their
                                                              home computers with Internet access to            must receive prior approval to register for this
     COOP-190         Internship I (1-2 credit)               complete online course activities. See            work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                              www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
     Upon completion of this course, students will                                                                  PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
                                                              information including complete technical
     have enhanced skills by linking concepts and                                                                   three credits should select Section C050.
                                                              specifications for Hybrid and online
     theories with application and understanding                                                                    Those registering for four credits should se-
                                                              courses. The student will work with an on
     through experiential opportunities in a work                                                                   lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
                                                              campus mentor who will assist the student
     place setting. Students must receive prior ap-                                                                 ter after the semester begins.
                                                              with establishing work experience goals.
     proval to register for this work experience                                                                    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                              Student will be required to participate in a
     course. Call the Career Center (443-518-1340)                                                                  better grade point and demonstration of
                                                              seminar and submit written reports on
     to schedule an appointment.                                                                                    pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                              his/her progress.
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one                                                                  to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                              Fees: $25.00.
         credit should select Section C050. Those                                                                   ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                                                                                HYBRID:_
         registering for two credits should select Sec-
         tion C051. Students may still register after      COOP-201         Cooperative Education               5810 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
         the semester begins.
                                                                            Work Experience I                   5811 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
     HYBRID:_                                                                                                      A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     5812 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                                      (3-4 credits)                          of classroom interaction with the use of
     5813 C051 6:00PM-7:20PM         W                     Supervised work experience which relates di-            online resources. Because so many of the
        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination            rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students         course interactions are conducted online,
        of classroom interaction with the use of           must receive prior approval to register for this        the amount of class meeting time is half
        online resources. Because so many of the           work experience course. Call the Career Center          that of the traditional onsite version of the
        course interactions are conducted online,          (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.              course. Students may use computers in
        the amount of class meeting time is half               PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for               the campus computer labs or use their
        that of the traditional onsite version of the          three credits should select Section C050.           home computers with Internet access to
        course. Students may use computers in                  Those registering for four credits should se-       complete online course activities. See
        the campus computer labs or use their                  lect Section C051. Students may still regis-        www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
        home computers with Internet access to                 ter after the semester begins.                      information including complete technical
        complete online course activities. See                 PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or            specifications for Hybrid and online
        www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                     better grade point and demonstration of             courses. The student will work with an on
        information including complete technical               pre-employment skills. Student placement is         campus mentor who will assist the student
        specifications for Hybrid and online                   to be coordinated through the Career Cen-           with establishing work experience goals.
        courses. The student will work with an on              ter (Room RCF-302).                                 Student will be required to participate in a
        campus mentor who will assist the student                                                                  seminar and submit written reports on
        with establishing work experience goals.                                                                   his/her progress.
        Student will be required to participate in a                                                               Fees: $25.00.



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CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                    CRIM-105          Introduction to                   CRIM-191         Criminal Justice
                                                                      Corrections (3 credits)                            Internship II (3-4 credits)
CRIM-101        Introduction to Criminal            This course is an introduction to contemporary      Supervised work experience which relates di-
                                                    corrections in America. The student will be ex-     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                Justice (3 credits)                 amining the history and evolution of correc-        must receive prior approval to register for this
This course will provide an introduction to the     tions, its philosophical and social frameworks,     work experience course. Call the Career Center
history and philosophical development of crim-      community relationships and correctional ad-        (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
inal justice and law enforcement. The student       ministration. Prison, parole, probation and re-         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
also will examine the requirements and oppor-       habilitation strategies will also be studied.           three credits should select Section 950.
tunities in this field of study.                        PRQ: CRIM-101                                       Those registering for four credits should se-
DAY:                                                DAY:                                                    lect Section 951. Students may still register
3861   901   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF                  3855 901     3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH                     after the semester begins.
9062   902   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW                                                                           PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
3875   903   11:00AM-12:20PM   MW                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                    3866 J950 6:00PM-9:10PM         TH                      better grade point and demonstration of
3854   904   8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH
                                                                                                            pre-employment skills. Student placement is
3860   905   2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH
3863   906   9:00AM-11:50AM    F                                                                            to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                    CRIM-190          Criminal Justice                      ter (Room RCF 305).
EVENING:
5115 950     4:30PM-7:20PM     TTH                                    Internship I (3-4 credits)        HYBRID:_
3865 951     7:30PM-10:20PM    W                                                                        5831 C950 6:00PM-7:20PM          W
                                                    Supervised work experience which relates di-
ONLINE:
                                                                                                        5832 C951 6:00PM-7:20PM          W
                                                    rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students        A basic understanding of and access to
3864 N990 -                                         must receive prior approval to register for this       the Internet and WWW browsing capability
   A basic understanding of and access to           work experience course. Call the Career Center         are required. After you have registered for
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability         (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.             this course, please go to the HCC
   are required. After you have registered for          PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for              Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
   this course, please go to the HCC                    three credits should select Section 950.           click on the link for Distance and
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,               Those registering for four credits should se-      Alternative Learning. Please read the
   click on the link for Distance and                   lect Section 951. Students may still register      information under the heading
   Alternative Learning. Please read the                after the semester begins.                         “Information for Online Students.” A work
   information under the heading                        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           experience at an offsite facility which
   “Information for Online Students.”                   better grade point and demonstration of            relates directly to the student’s curricular
   Fees: $30.00.                                        pre-employment skills. Student placement is        area. The student will work with an on
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                  to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          campus mentor who will assist the student
3870 M951 6:00PM-9:15PM        T                        ter (Room RCF 305).                                with establishing work experience goals.
1296 M952 6:00PM-10:15PM       F                    HYBRID:_                                               Student will be required to participate in a
           8:30AM-5:30PM       S                    5829 C950 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
   Section M952 meets Fri and Sat, Feb 4-5,                                                                seminar and submit written reports on
                                                    5830 C951 6:00PM-7:20PM         W
   11-12, Feb 18-19.                                                                                       his/her progress. Prior approval is required
                                                       A basic understanding of and access to              for this course. Call the Career Center
                                                       the Internet and WWW browsing capability            (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment
                                                       are required. After you have registered for
CRIM-102        Criminology (3 credits)                this course, please go to the HCC
                                                                                                           with Sheri Hawes. Students may still
This course will examine the techniques, meth-                                                             register after the semester begins. PRQ:
                                                       Homepage. Under the heading Academics,              Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
ods and factors for studying criminal behavior.        click on the link for Distance and
Attention will be given to our criminal laws,                                                              better grade point average and
                                                       Alternative Learning. Please read the               demonstration of pre-employment skills.
and their relationship to police, judicial, cor-       information under the heading
rectional and legislative institutions.                                                                    Fees: $40.00.
                                                       “Information for Online Students.” A work
EVENING:                                               experience at an offsite facility which
3851 950     7:30PM-10:20PM    M                       relates directly to the student’s curricular
                                                       area. The student will work with an on
                                                       campus mentor who will assist the student
CRIM-103        Juvenile Delinquency                   with establishing work experience goals.                                KEY
                (3 credits)                            Student will be required to participate in a      COURSE #
This course will provide an introduction to the        seminar and submit written reports on
field of juvenile crime, and the history of its        his/her progress. Prior approval is required
                                                       for this course. Call the Career Center
                                                                                                         CHEM-101 General Inorganic
treatment. Special attention will be given to                                                                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
trends in youth crime, developments in juvenile        (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment
                                                       with Sheri Hawes. Students may still              Emphasis on solving problems involving
law and evolving correctional practices.
                                                       register after the semester begins. PRQ:          mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                                                    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
3856 J950 6:00PM-9:15PM        W                       Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                       better grade point average and                    1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
1297 M952 6:00PM-10:15PM       F                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
           8:15AM-5:45PM       S                       demonstration of pre-employment skills.
   Section M952 meets Fri and Sat, Mar 4-5,            Fees: $40.00.                                     INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
   11-12, 18-19, 2011.                                                                                    NO.
                                                                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                         student schedules.



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     CRIM-200        Law Enforcement and the              CULINARY                                             CMGT-210         Culinary Management
                     Community (3 credits)
     This course is a comprehensive survey studying
                                                          MANAGEMENT                                                            Internship (2 credits)
                                                                                                               Student will spend at least 240 hours of direct-
     police-community relations. The student will be                                                           ed study in a chosen area of the culinary in-
     examining the existing complexities and social       CMGT-101          Introduction to Culinary           dustry at an off campus facility. The faculty
     problems facing today’s law enforcement per-                           Arts (3 credits)                   instructor and industry mentor will provide and
     sonnel and the communities they serve. An in-        This course introduces the student to the field      coordinate course objectives, applicable experi-
     ventory of contemporary police-community             of culinary arts. Students will learn basic fun-     ences and evaluation. Student will maintain a
     relations programs and evaluative methodolo-         damentals and techniques associated with be-         written journal of internship experiences.
     gies will be studied.                                coming a professional chef. Topics covered           DAY:
         PRQ: CRIM-101                                    include knife skills, cooking techniques, prod-      7303 001     -
     EVENING:                                             uct identification, and an overview of the his-         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for this
     3853 950     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                   tory and careers within the culinary arts               course will need to contact Vinnie Rege
                                                          profession.                                             at 443-518-4469 prior to registration to
                                                                                                                  arrange experiences and locations.
     CRIM-201        Introduction to Criminal             DAY:
                                                                                                                  Fees: $30.00.
                                                          9242 001      1:00PM-3:50PM     W
                     Law (3 credits)                      7300 002      1:00PM-3:50PM     TH
     Introduction to Criminal Law will introduce the         Fees: $20.00.                                     CMGT-240         Baking and Pastries
     student to the history, theory and principles of     WEEKEND:
     criminal law. The student will be given an his-      5612 060      9:00AM-11:50AM    S                                     Showpieces (3 credits)
     torical perspective of the basic fundamental            Fees: $20.00.                                     This course provides students with the practical
     concepts of substantive criminal law. Through                                                             knowledge and experience in creating a variety
     the identification and analysis of the essential                                                          of decorative centerpieces used to enhance
     elements of crime, and the rationale underlying      CMGT-120          Culinary Supervision               pastry carts, high-end catering, buffets and other
     the criminal law, the student will also be pro-                        (3 credits)                        culinary displays.
     vided with knowledge necessary for a basic un-       The culinary supervision course is designed for          PRQ: CMGT-101 and CMGT-135.
     derstanding of statutory and codified criminal       individuals pursuing a career within the culinary    EXPRESS:
     law.                                                 arts field. The course is designed to blend culi-    9240 P001    4:00PM-8:50PM      TW
         PRQ: CRIM-101                                    nary theory with management principals and              CMGT 240-P001 3/22/11-5/11/11.
     DAY:                                                 basic supervisory skills. Students will learn such      Fees: $200.00.
     5178 901     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH                  topics as basic kitchen management, planning
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               and organization skills, making personnel deci-      CMGT-250         Cake Decorating and
     1298 M952 6:00PM-10:15PM        F                    sions, managing different cultures, training and
                8:15AM-5:45PM        S                    developing kitchen staff, and basic profit and                        Candy Making (3 credits)
        Section M952 meets Fri and Sat, April 15-         loss management.                                     This course is designed to advance the stu-
        16, 29-30; May 6-7, 2011.                                                                              dent’s knowledge of various fine decorating
                                                          DAY:
                                                          7301 001      2:00PM-4:50PM     F                    techniques. Emphasis will be placed on per-
     CRIM-210        Evidence and Procedure                  Fees: $75.00.                                     fection of decorating style and presentation.
                                                                                                               Basic sugar and chocolate candy making tech-
                     (3 credits)                                                                               niques will be explored.
     This course examines the principles and tech-        CMGT-130          Garde’ Manger (3 credits)              PRQ: CMGT-101 and CMGT-135.
     niques of criminal procedure employed during         This course focuses on the methods and theo-         EXPRESS:
     trials to determine the admissibility of physical    ries relating to cold food production and pres-      9241 P001    8:00AM-12:50PM     TW
     and testimonial evidence. Analysis of laws and       entation. Topics covered in the course include          CMGT 250-P001 meets 2/1/11-3/16/11.
     court decisions relating to admissibility will be    the preparation of fruits and vegetables,               Fees: $200.00.
     emphasized.                                          canapes and hors d’oeurves, charcuterie, pates
          PRQ: CRIM-101                                   and terrines, platter and other buffet displays.
     DAY:
     3862 901     12:30PM-1:50PM     MW
                                                          Students will learn not only preparation of cold
                                                          foods but also proper handling and presenta-         DANCE
                                                          tion of cold food items.
     CRIM-900        Introduction to                      EXPRESS:                                             DANC-100         Introduction to Dance
                                                          7788 P001     4:00PM-8:50PM     TW
                     Restorative Justice                     CMGT 130-P001 meets 2/1/11-3/16/11.
                                                                                                                                (3 credits)
                                                          5613   P002   8:00AM-12:50PM    TW                   This class includes floor and standing work to
                     (3 credits)
                                                             CMGT-130-P002 meets 3/22/11-5/11/11.              increase joint mobility, efficient movement pat-
     This course will introduce the fundamental           5614   P003   8:00AM-12:50PM    THF                  terns, core strength, proper support for dance
     practices and principles of restorative justice.        CMGT 130-P003 meets 2/3/11-3/18/11.               movement and develop upper/lower connectiv-
     We will explore the role of victim, offenders,          Fees: $75.00.                                     ity. This course also includes the study of West-
     communities, and justice systems and introduce                                                            ern concert dance as a cultural phenomenon,
     some of the models used in restorative prac-                                                              methods of training, evolution of dance aes-
     tices. The course will pay special attention to                                                           thetics and building a worldview through
     multicultural perspectives. (3 hours weekly)                                                              movement. European and American dance
     Also listed as CRES-900.                                                                                  forms: Ballet, Modern/Contemporary Dance,
     EVENING:                                                                                                  Jazz Dance, Musical Theatre, and some Global
     8931 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      W                                                                         Dance Forms are studied. This course serves


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as a foundation to prepare the student for                                                                 DAY:
course work in Ballet, Modern Dance, and Jazz         DANC-107          Practicum in                       5420 701     9:30AM-11:20AM      F
Dance. This course is designed for students                             Choreography,                         Fees: $10.00.
with little or no previous dance experience.                            Performance Or
DAY:                                                                                                       DANC-136         Foundations in Dance
5416 701     1:00PM-2:20PM      MW
                                                                        Production (1 credit)
   Fees: $10.00.                                      Self-directed study of a creative project de-                         Technique II (1 credit)
                                                      signed to focus on a specialized area of dance       This course is a continuation of DANC-135 and
                                                      for presentation in a Dance Department pro-          is designed to provide students who are regis-
DANC-104         Hip-Hop Dance (1 credit)             duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in      tered for DANC-166 and/or DANC-176 with con-
This course will introduce students to contem-        production in either stage managing, costume,        tinued supplemental practice and theory in
porary Hip-Hop dance technique. Students will         set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of       areas that are fundamental to the learning goals
demonstrate hip-hop dance skills through              Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee Barg-        in those classes. Subject matter includes so-
warm-ups and choreographed routines. This             er, RBarger@howardcc.edu.                            matic literacy, experiential anatomy and kinesi-
class will also explore the culture and music of      EVENING:                                             ology, rhythmic analysis, Laban Movement
hip-hop and other related styles of dance such        8861 750     6:30PM-7:20PM      F                    Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentals, support
as African dance, jazz, and pop/culture dance.           Fees: $10.00.                                     modalities for dance, conditioning and well-
DAY:                                                                                                       ness. This course is both teacher-directed and
5764 701     2:30PM-4:20PM      M                                                                          student-centered. Emphasis is placed on those
   Fees: $10.00.
                                                      DANC-110          Ballroom and Latin Dance           areas which best address the particular needs
                                                                        (1 credit)                         of the students in the class, but all material
                                                      This course will focus on training students to       above is covered.
DANC-105         Belly Dancing (1 credit)             understand and perform basic ballroom and                Co-Requisite: DANC-166 or DANC-176
This course will focus on training students to        Latin steps, turns, and partnering. Students will    DAY:
understand and perform belly dance. Move-             also learn the rhythms, history, and culture of      5421 701     9:30AM-11:20AM      F
ment includes basic isolation and moves with          each style. Students will demonstrate mastery of        Fees: $20.00.
the head, shoulders, arms, hands, chest, belly,       these styles through choreographed and non-
hips, and feet as well as techniques which in-        choreographed class performances.
corporate the entire body. Students will also             Also listed as LFIT-110.                         DANC-140         Dance Workshop
learn about the different music, history, and cul-    EVENING:                                                              (2 credits)
ture of this dance style. Students will demon-        5337 750     5:30PM-7:20PM      T                    This course is designed to provide the dance
strate mastery of belly dance through                    Fees: $10.00.                                     major with a guided practical experience in the
choreographed and non-choreographed class                                                                  process of creating a dance from inception of
performances.                                                                                              idea to production. This course is the intro-
    Also listed as LFIT-105.                          DANC-114          History and Culture of             ductory course in the Creative Process series in
DAY:                                                                    Hip-Hop (3 credits)                the Dance Performance degree requirement. It
9214 701     1:00PM-2:50PM      F                                                                          will serve as pre-requisite to DANC-150 (Dance
                                                      This course will expose students to the elements
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                           Improvisation) and DANC-250 (Dance Compo-
                                                      of Hip-Hop culture, including graffiti, emceeing,
EVENING:                                              deejaying, and dance forms like locking, popping,    sition.) The course will provide fundamental
9216 750     5:30PM-7:20PM      M                                                                          knowledge and practice in aspects of creation
                                                      and b-boying. The influence of West African cul-
   Fees: $10.00.                                      ture will be discussed as will Hip-Hop’s American    and composition necessary for successful cho-
                                                      roots, its development and history, and its influ-   reography.
DANC-106         Practicum in                         ence on American and world culture.                  DAY:
                                                          Also listed as FINE-114.                         5422 701     12:30PM-1:50PM      TTH
                 Choreography,                                                                                Fees: $20.00.
                                                      DAY:
                 Performance Or                       0557 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW
                 Production (1 credit)                   Fees: $20.00.
Self-directed study of a creative project de-
signed to focus on a specialized area of dance        DANC-135          Foundations in Dance
for presentation in a Dance Department pro-
                                                                        Technique (1 credit)                                      KEY
duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in
                                                      This course is designed to provide students           COURSE #
production in either stage managing, costume,
set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of        who are registered for DANC-165 and/or DANC-
Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee               175 with supplemental practice and theory in          CHEM-101 General Inorganic
Barger-RBarger@howardcc.edu.                          areas that are fundamental to the learning goals               Chemistry I (4 credits)
EVENING:                                              in those classes. Subject matter includes so-         Emphasis on solving problems involving
5418 750     5:30PM-6:20PM      MW                    matic literacy, experiential anatomy and kinesi-      mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   Fees: $10.00.                                      ology, rhythmic analysis, Laban Movement               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                      Analysis (LMA) and Bartenieff Fundamentals            1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                      (BF), support modalities for dance, condition-        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                      ing and wellness. This course is both teacher-
                                                      directed and student-centered. Emphasis is            INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                             NO.
                                                      placed on those areas which best address the
                                                      particular needs of the students in the class,        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                      but all material above is covered.                    Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                          Co-Requisite: DANC-165 or DANC-175                student schedules.



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                                                           of modern dance. Students at this level must
     DANC-160         Introduction to Ballet               be competent at the beginning level and ready      DANC-193        Intermediate Jazz Dance I
                      Technique (2 credits)                to perform longer and more complex move-                           (2 credits)
     This course provides an introduction to the fun-      ment sequences.                                    This course is a continuation of DANC-192, In-
     damentals of classical ballet technique with em-      DAY:                                               troduction to Jazz Dance, at a higher level of
     phasis on placement and alignment of the              5426 701    9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                  proficiency. A continuation of jazz dance tech-
     body, and other preparatory work necessary for           Fees: $20.00.                                   nique from the Broadway show styles to the
     the establishment of a basic technical founda-                                                           present day. It includes study of contemporary
     tion. This course also introduces ballet history                                                         jazz technique with emphasis on rock, funky,
     and terminology.
                                                           DANC-176         Intermediate Modern               lyric and percussive movement. Continued
     DAY:
                                                                            Dance Technique II                study of jazz dance history from the Broadway
     5423 701     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW                                     (2 credits)                       show styles to current jazz dance influences.
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                              PRQ: DANC-192
                                                           This course is a continuation of DANC-175 and
                                                           provides a continued reinforcement of the fun-     DAY:
                                                           damentals of modern dance techniques with          8855 701    2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH
     DANC-165         Intermediate Ballet                                                                        Fees: $20.00.
                                                           emphasis on placement and alignment of the
                      Technique I (2 credits)              body and other preparatory work necessary for
     This course provides a reinforcement of the           the establishment of a sound technical founda-     DANC-194        Introduction to Tap
     fundamentals of classical ballet with emphasis        tion. This course provides further development
     on placement and alignment of the body and            of knowledge, skills, abilities and appreciation                   Dance (2 credits)
     other preparatory work necessary for the es-          through daily practice, vocabulary, and history    This course introduces students to the princi-
     tablishment of a sound technical foundation.          of modern dance. Students at this level must       ples of tap dance technique on a beginning
     This course provides further development of           be competent at the beginning level and ready      level. Student will learn the fundamental steps
     knowledge, skills, abilities and appreciation         to perform longer and more complex move-           of tap dance. Includes basic one and two
     through daily practice, vocabulary, and history       ment sequences.                                    sound movements performed at the barre and
     of ballet. Students at this level must be com-            PRQ: DANC-175                                  simple rhythmic combinations in center. Course
     petent at the beginning level and ready to per-       DAY:                                               will trace tap dance history.
     form longer and more complex movement                 5427 701    9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                  DAY:
     sequences.                                               Fees: $20.00.                                   7299 701    12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH
     DAY:                                                                                                        Fees: $20.00.
     5424 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
        Fees: $20.00.                                      DANC-190         Dance Appreciation
                                                                            (3 credits)                       DANC-195        Intermediate Tap Dance I
                                                           An introductory survey of dance as a perform-                      (2 credits)
     DANC-166         Intermediate Ballet
                                                           ing art. Includes various dance forms such as      This course is a continuation of DANC-194, In-
                      Technique II (2 credits)             ballet, modern, jazz and diverse ethnic/folk       troduction to Tap Dance, at a higher level of
     This course is a continuation of DANC-165 and         dances.                                            proficiency. A continuation of tap dance tech-
     provides a continued reinforcement of the fun-        DAY:                                               nique including complex rhythms, tempo, barre
     damentals of classical ballet with emphasis on        4562 701    2:00PM-3:20PM      MW                  and center work. New movements include
     placement and alignment of the body and other         6053 702    11:00AM-1:50PM     F                   wings, pull-backs, multiple-sound steps and ad-
     preparatory work necessary for the establish-            Fees: $10.00.                                   vanced turns. Course will continue tap dance
     ment of a sound technical foundation. This                                                               history, style techniques, and choreographic ap-
     course provides further development of knowl-                                                            proaches.
     edge, skills, abilities and appreciation through      DANC-192         Introduction to Jazz                  PRQ: DANC-194
     daily practice, vocabulary, and history of ballet.                     Dance (2 credits)                 DAY:
     Students at this level must be competent at the       This course introduces the students to the prin-   5341 701    12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH
     beginning level and ready to perform longer           ciples of jazz dance technique on a beginning         Fees: $20.00.
     and more complex movement sequences.                  level. Student will learn the foundation of jazz
         PRQ: DANC-165                                     dance technique and understand the various
     DAY:
                                                                                                              DANC-197        Pilates (1 credit)
                                                           world, as well as social dance influences on
     5425 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                   jazz dance. Course will trace jazz dance histo-    Study and application of the Pilates Mat Pro-
        Fees: $20.00.                                      ry from its African roots to Broadway show         gram as a method of body conditioning, pos-
                                                           styles.                                            ing questions for anatomical self-evaluation
                                                                                                              based on applied instruction, lecture/discus-
     DANC-175         Intermediate Modern                  DAY:
                                                                                                              sion, required readings, and observation.
                                                           8853 701    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                      Dance Technique I                       Fees: $20.00.                                       Also listed as LFIT-197.
                      (2 credits)                                                                             DAY:
                                                                                                              8857 701    8:00AM-8:52AM      MW
     This course provides a reinforcement of the
                                                                                                                 Fees: $10.00.
     fundamentals of modern dance techniques with
     emphasis on placement and alignment of the                                                               EVENING:
                                                                                                              2127 750    5:00PM-5:52PM      TTH
     body and other preparatory work necessary for
     the establishment of a sound technical founda-                                                              Fees: $10.00.
     tion. This course provides further development
     of knowledge, skills, abilities and appreciation
     through daily practice, vocabulary, and history


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DANC-198        Alexander Technique                  DANC-206         Practicum in                      DANC-236         Foundations in
                (1 credit)                                            Choreography,                                      Intermediate Dance
This course is an examination of the Alexan-                          Performance Or                                     Technique II (2 credits)
der Technique as a method to investigate the                          Production (1 credit)             This course is a continuation of DANC-235 and
issues of mind/body disciplines and alleviate                                                           is designed to provide students who are regis-
excessive tension, and habitual holding patterns     Self-directed study of a creative project de-
                                                     signed to focus on a specialized area of dance     tered for DANC-266 and/or DANC-276 with con-
which produce inefficient use of the body. Prin-                                                        tinued supplemental practice and theory in
ciples of the Alexander Technique will be ex-        for presentation in a Dance Department pro-
                                                     duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in    areas that are fundamental to the learning goals
plored through anatomical self-evaluation based                                                         in those classes. Subject matter includes so-
on applied instruction, lecture/discussion, re-      production in either stage managing, costume,
                                                     set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of     matic literacy, experiential anatomy and kinesi-
quired readings, and observation.                                                                       ology, rhythmic analysis, Laban Movement
    Also listed as LFIT-198.                         Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee Barg-
                                                     er-RBarger@howardcc.edu.                           Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentals, support
EVENING:                                                                                                modalities for dance, conditioning and well-
8860 750     5:00PM-6:50PM      W                    DAY:
                                                                                                        ness. This course is both teacher-directed and
   Fees: $10.00.                                     5429 701    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                                                                        student-centered. Emphasis is placed on those
                                                        Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                        areas which best address the particular needs
                                                                                                        of the students in the class, but all material
DANC-199        Intermediate Pilates
                                                     DANC-207         Practicum in                      above is covered.
                (1 credit)                                                                                  Co-Requisite: DANC-266 or DANC-276
                                                                      Choreography,
This course is designed to provide the student                                                          DAY:
with the ability to perform Intermediate Mat Pi-                      Performance Or                    5432 701     9:30AM-11:20AM      F
lates exercises. The student will be able to per-                     Production (1 credit)                Fees: $20.00.
form a basic assessment and explain exercise         Self-directed study of a creative project de-
modifications based on the assessment. This          signed to focus on a specialized area of dance
course will incorporate the use of Pilates Fit-                                                         DANC-250         Dance Composition
                                                     for presentation in a Dance Department pro-
ness circle and Stability ball to challenge exer-    duction. Dance majors may opt to participate in                     (3 credits)
cise intensity.                                      production in either stage managing, costume,      This course serves as an introduction to the
    Also listed as LFIT-199.                         set, or lighting design capacities. Consent of     creative process through improvisation, self-ex-
    PRQ: DANC-197 or LFIT-197                        Dance Coordinator required. Email Renee Barg-      ploration, group interaction, relating musical
DAY:                                                 er-RBarger@howardcc.edu.                           tone and character to the development of the-
7297 701     8:00AM-8:52AM      TTH                                                                     matic and abstract movement invention. Stu-
                                                     DAY:
   Fees: $10.00.                                     9101 701    11:30AM-12:50PM    F                   dents explore compositional devices and
                                                        Fees: $10.00.                                   develop small group works. Students will pres-
                                                                                                        ent group and solo choreography for a public
DANC-200        World Dance (1 credit)                                                                  performance.
World Dance develops knowledge, skills and           DANC-235         Foundations in                        PRQ: DANC-150
appreciation of world dance forms through                             Intermediate Dance                DAY:
presentation of fundamental techniques, music,                                                          5436 701     12:30PM-1:50PM      MW
and culture. This course addresses how dance                          Technique I (1 credit)
                                                                                                           Fees: $20.00.
performances implicitly or explicitly enact and      This course is designed to provide students
(re)negotiate the historical, cultural and ideo-     who are registered for DANC-265 and/or DANC-
logical circumstances of the culture from which      275 with supplemental practice and theory in
they emerge. Through dance classes, lectures,        areas that are fundamental to the learning goals
demonstrations, text readings, internet research     in those classes. Subject matter includes so-
and performances-live and filmed, students ex-       matic literacy, experiential anatomy and kinesi-
plore cultural dance as a product of and a link      ology, rhythmic analysis, Laban Movement
to its society. Specific cultural dances are ana-    Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentals, support
lyzed for their cultural traditions, sacred/cere-    modalities for dance, conditioning and well-
monial import and or/theatrical impact within        ness. This course is both teacher-directed and
its society. With emphasis on movement, vo-          student-centered. Emphasis is placed on those                             KEY
cabulary, rhythms and styles of each dance           areas which best address the particular needs       COURSE #
form, the cultural, sociological, economic, and      of the students in the class, but all material
geographical perspectives are also covered. The      above is covered.
area of concentration varies to include as many          Co-Requisite: DANC-265 and/or DANC-275
                                                                                                         CHEM-101 General Inorganic
cultures as possible. One or more, up to four,
                                                                                                                  Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                     DAY:
will be chosen for a full semester of study.         5430 701    9:30AM-11:20AM     F                    Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        Fees: $10.00.                                    mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
DAY:
5428 701     1:00PM-2:50PM      F                                                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                         1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
   Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                         INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                          NO.
                                                                                                         SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                         student schedules.



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                                                            DAY:                                               DAY:
     DANC-265         High Intermediate Ballet              5440 701    9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                  2001   901    12:30PM-1:50PM    MW
                      Technique I (2 credits)                  Fees: $20.00.                                   2009   902    2:00PM-3:20PM     MW
                                                                                                               2010   903    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH
     This course provides a reinforcement of the aes-                                                          2011   904    2:00PM-3:20PM     TTH
     thetics of classical ballet with emphasis on place-    DANC-276         High Intermediate Modern          5116   905    3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH
     ment and alignment of the body and other                                                                  2013   M906
     preparatory work necessary for the maintenance                          Dance Technique II                   Fees: $10.00.
     of a sound technical foundation as well as the de-                      (2 credits)                       EVENING:
     velopment of performance quality. This course          This course is a continuation of DANC-275 and      2003 950      6:00PM-7:20PM     MW
     emphasizes increasing technical proficiency, im-       provides a continued reinforcement of the aes-     5092 951      4:30PM-7:20PM     W
     proving anatomical awareness, and developing           thetics of modern dance with emphasis on           2006 952      7:30PM-10:20PM    TH
     deeper understanding of the skills and principles      placement and alignment of the body and other         Fees: $10.00.
     of ballet technique. Students at this level must be    preparatory work necessary for the mainte-         ONLINE:
     competent at the intermediate level and ready to       nance of a sound technical foundation as well      2015 N990 -
     perform longer and more complex movement se-           as the development of performance quality.         1541 N991
     quences that approach a fuller level of synthesis      This course emphasizes increasing technical           A basic understanding of and access to
     and performance qualities.                             proficiency, improving anatomical awareness,          the Internet and WWW browsing capability
         PRQ: DANC-165                                      and developing deeper understanding of the            are required. After you have registered for
     DAY:                                                   skills and principles of various modern dance         this course, please go to the HCC
     5438 701     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH                   techniques. Students at this level must be com-       Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
        Fees: $20.00.                                       petent at the intermediate level and ready to         click on the link for Distance and
                                                            perform longer and more complex movement              Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                            sequences that approach a fuller level of syn-        information under the heading
     DANC-266         High Intermediate Ballet              thesis and performance qualities.                     “Information for Online Students.”
                      Technique II (2 credits)                  PRQ: DANC-275                                     Fees: $30.00.
     This course is a continuation of DANC-265 and          DAY:                                               HYBRID:_
                                                            5441 701    9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                  2227 C906 9:00AM-10:20AM        F
     provides a continued reinforcement of the aes-
     thetics of classical ballet with emphasis on              Fees: $20.00.                                      A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
     placement and alignment of the body and other                                                                of classroom interaction with the use of
     preparatory work necessary for the mainte-                                                                   online resources. Because so many of the
     nance of a sound technical foundation as well          DANC-292         Intermediate Jazz Dance              course interactions are conducted online,
     as the development of performance quality.                              II (2 credits)                       the amount of class meeting time is half
     This course emphasizes increasing technical                                                                  that of the traditional onsite version of the
                                                            This course is a continuation of DANC-193, In-        course. Students may use computers in
     proficiency, improving anatomical awareness,           termediate Jazz Dance, at a higher level of pro-
     and developing deeper understanding of the                                                                   the campus computer labs or use their
                                                            ficiency. A continuation of jazz dance technique      home computers with Internet access to
     skills and principles of ballet technique. Stu-        with emphasis on performance of styles used
     dents at this level must be competent at the in-                                                             complete online course activities. See
                                                            on the concert stage, television and motion pic-      www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
     termediate level and ready to perform longer           tures. Expanded movement vocabulary involv-
     and more complex movement sequences that                                                                     information including complete technical
                                                            ing sequences of greater complexity. Course           specifications for Hybrid and online
     approach a fuller level of synthesis and per-          will introduce choreographic explorations of
     formance qualities.                                                                                          courses.
                                                            jazz dance for the concert stage.                     Fees: $10.00.
         PRQ: DANC-265                                           PRQ: DANC-193
                                                                                                               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     DAY:                                                   DAY:                                               2008 M952 6:30PM-9:45PM         M
     5439 701     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH                   1552 701    2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                             Fees: $10.00.
                                                               Fees: $20.00.

     DANC-275         High Intermediate Modern                                                                 ECON-102         Principles of Economics
                      Dance Technique I                     ECONOMICS                                                           (Micro) (3 credits)
                      (2 credits)                                                                              Micro Economics introduces students to eco-
                                                                                                               nomic decision making at the individual firm,
     This course provides a reinforcement of the            ECON-101         Principles of Economics           consumer and industry level. Topics include
     aesthetics of modern dance with emphasis on                             (Macro) (3 credits)               Demand and Supply Theory; Elasticity; Cost
     placement and alignment of the body and other                                                             and Production Functions; Profit Maximization
                                                            This course introduces students to important
     preparatory work necessary for the mainte-                                                                Analysis; government regulation and anti-trust
                                                            economic issues which affect an entire econo-
     nance of a sound technical foundation as well                                                             and international trade. It is not necessary to
                                                            my. Students will more comfortably read and
     as the development of performance quality.                                                                take ECON-101 before ECON-102.
                                                            understand books, newspapers, and magazines
     This course emphasizes increasing technical                                                                   PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                            with economic content. Topics include De-
     proficiency, improving anatomical awareness,
                                                            mand and Supply Theory; Gross Domestic             DAY:
     and developing deeper understanding of the                                                                2012   901    10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF
                                                            Product Determination; inflation; unemploy-
     skills and principles of various modern dance                                                             5121   902    11:00AM-12:20PM   MW
                                                            ment; the role of the government and public
     techniques. Students at this level must be com-                                                           9063   903    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                            choice; fiscal and monetary policy and interna-
     petent at the intermediate level and ready to                                                             2020   904    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH
                                                            tional economics.
     perform longer and more complex movement                                                                     Fees: $10.00.
                                                                PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
     sequences that approach a fuller level of syn-                                                            EVENING:
     thesis and performance qualities.                                                                         2007 950      6:00PM-7:20PM     TTH
         PRQ: DANC-175                                                                                            Fees: $10.00.


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ONLINE:
2016 N990 -
                                                      EDUCATION                                            ditional teachers, and teacher education majors
                                                                                                           could benefit from this course.
7329 N991                                                                                                      Students must also register for EDUC-101 to
   A basic understanding of and access to             EDUC-101          Praxis I Review Course-                receive complete Praxis I review course.
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability                                                                    Students are required to complete online
   are required. After you have registered for                          Reading/Writing Tests                  activities and attend class 1 hour per week
   this course, please go to the HCC                                    (1 credit)                             for 8 weeks.(Campus Web Course)
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             This Praxis I Review Course is designed to help      HYBRID:_
   click on the link for Distance and                 students prepare for the Praxis I Reading/Writ-      2329 C950 6:00PM-6:52PM          M
   Alternative Learning. Please read the              ing Test. Passing scores on a basic skills test         Class begins January 31, 2011 and ends
   information under the heading                      (Praxis I, SAT, ACT, GRE)are required for: 1)           March 21, 2011. A Hybrid course is an
   “Information for Online Students.”                 An AAT degree, 2) admission to a four-year              ideal combination of classroom interaction
   Fees: $30.00.                                      Teacher Education program, and 3) teacher               with the use of online resources. Students
HYBRID:_                                              certification in Maryland and most other states.        may use computers in the campus
2004 C905 11:00AM-12:20PM       F                     Students must pass the Praxis I exam if they            computer labs or use their home
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination            have not received passing scores on another             computers with Internet access to
   of classroom interaction with the use of           basic skills test. Students majoring in the             complete the online component of the
   online resources. Because so many of the           Teacher Education transfer programs are re-             course. Check the Distance Learning
   course interactions are conducted online,          quired to submit scores from Praxis I or other          homepage for complete technical
   the amount of class meeting time is half           approved basic skills tests to the Social Sci-          specifications for Hybrid and online
   that of the traditional onsite version of the      ences Division Office prior to the completion of        courses. In addition to the online
   course. Students may use computers in              the 30th credit hour. Credit count certification        component of the class, students will meet
   the campus computer labs or use their              individuals, conditional teachers, and teacher          face-to-face once a week for 8 weeks.
   home computers with Internet access to             education majors could benefit from this
   complete online course activities. See             course.
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
                                                                                                           EDUC-110         Introduction to Education
                                                          Students must also register for EDUC-102 to
   information including complete technical               receive complete Praxis I review course.                          (3 credits)
   specifications for Hybrid and online                   Students are required to complete online         The student will examine the basic principles
   courses.                                               activities and attend class 1 hour per week      and philosophical traditions of Western and
   Fees: $10.00.                                          for 8 weeks. (Campus Web Course)                 American Education. The student will also eval-
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                HYBRID:_                                             uate the trends, issues and career opportunities
2021 J904 10:15AM-11:45AM       MW                    2268 C952 6:00PM-6:52PM         T                    and options in contemporary education. A 15-
2022 J951 6:30PM-9:45PM         TH                       Class begins February 1, 2011 and ends            hour Field Experience outside of class time is
   Fees: $10.00.                                         March 22, 2011. A Hybrid course is an             required. Students are placed in a Howard
                                                         ideal combination of classroom interaction        County Public School or may use a K-12 school
                                                         with the use of online resources. Students        where they are employed.
ECON-201         Money and Banking
                                                         may use computers in the campus                   DAY:
                 (3 credits)                             computer labs or use their home                   5657 901     9:30AM-10:50AM      MW
This course provides an analysis of our mone-            computers with Internet access to                 2229 902     12:30PM-1:50PM      MW
tary and banking systems and their relationship          complete the online component of the              2110 903     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
to our domestic economy. The student will be-            course. Check the Distance Learning                  Fees: $25.00.
come familiar with commercial banking func-              homepage for complete technical                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
tions and those of other financial industries, the       specifications for Hybrid and online              5658 J904 6:00PM-9:15PM          M
Federal Reserve System, and consequences of              courses. In addition to the online                   Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11.
monetary policies in the United States.                  component of the class, students will meet           Fees: $25.00.
    PRQ: ECON-101                                        face-to-face once a week for 8 weeks.
ONLINE:
2019 N990 -
   A basic understanding of and access to
                                                      EDUC-102          Praxis I Review Course-
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability                             Math Test (1 credit)
   are required. After you have registered for        This Praxis I Review Course is designed to help                             KEY
   this course, please go to the HCC                  students prepare for the Praxis I Math Test.          COURSE #
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             Passing scores on a basic skills test (Praxis I,
   click on the link for Distance and                 SAT, ACT, GRE) are required for: 1) An AAT
   Alternative Learning. Please read the                                                                    CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                      degree, 2) admission to a four-year Teacher Ed-                Chemistry I (4 credits)
   information under the heading                      ucation program, and 3) teacher certification in
   “Information for Online Students.” This            Maryland and most other states. Students must         Emphasis on solving problems involving
   course has a required on-campus                    pass the Praxis I exam if they have not re-           mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   orientation on Saturday, January 29, 2011,         ceived passing scores on another basic skills          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time            test. Students majoring in the Teacher Educa-         1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
   and rm, TBA.                                                                                             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                      tion transfer programs are required to submit
   Fees: $30.00.                                      scores from Praxis I or other approved basic          INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                      skills tests to the Social Sciences Division Of-       NO.
                                                      fice prior to the completion of the 30th credit       SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                      hour. Credit count certification individuals, con-    Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                            student schedules.



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                                                          (of 2 parts) of the Child Care Certificate re-
     EDUC-111          Child Growth and                   quired for Child Care Teacher-Preschool.             EDUC-140          Child Health, Safety and
                       Development (3 credits)            EDUC-111 is required to complete the 90-hour                           Nutrition (3 credits)
     Through the study of the early childhood and         Child Care Certificate.                              This course will examine the health, safety, and
     elementary years, the student will be able to de-    DAY:                                                 nutritional needs of young children in the child
     scribe the language, cognitive, physical, social,    7394 901     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                   care setting. Attention will be directed to the
     and emotional development of young children,         2101 902     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                  study of common childhood illnesses, preven-
     birth to 12 years. Instruction will focus on the-       Fees: $5.00.                                      tion through personal hygiene, good safety
     ories of child development, research methods,        EVENING:                                             practices, and nutritious snacks and meals as
     and developmental milestones. Knowledge              2119 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      M                    they impact on child care.
     learned in this course can be applied to par-           Fees: $5.00.                                      EVENING:
     enting and to careers in early childhood and                                                              2108 950      6:00PM-8:50PM      T
     elementary education, and nursing. This course                                                               Fees: $5.00.
     meets the Maryland State Department of Edu-
                                                          EDUC-113          Working With Infants and
     cation Child Development requirement for an                            Toddlers (3 credits)
     initial certificate in Early Childhood Education     This course introduces the philosophy and im-        EDUC-150          Practicum in Early
     and Elementary Education. This course meets          plementation of infant and toddler caregiving in                       Childhood Development
     the MSDE Human Growth and Development re-            a group setting. This RIE (Magda Gerber) in-
     quirement for Generic Special Education In-
                                                                                                                                 (4 credits)
                                                          fluenced course reviews care routines, appro-
     fant/Primary, and Generic Special Education          priate activities, and group management              This course is designed to teach the student
     Elementary/ Middle. This course fulfills Part 1      techniques. The health, safety and nutritional       how to implement and evaluate a quality child
     of (2 parts) of the Child Care Certificate re-       needs of infants and toddlers are also exam-         care program. Students are assigned to one
     quired for Child Care Teacher-Preschool.             ined. It is advised that no class be scheduled       child care setting where they will spend 9
     (EDUC 112 is required to complete the 90-hour        before this frequently off-campus class. Upon        hours per week. Students meet at the college
     Child Care Certificate.)                             completion of this course, EDUC-111, and             every other week for 2 hours to discuss lecture
                                                          EDUC-112, the student meets the coursework           topics and classroom observations. Four credits
     DAY:
     2156 901     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW                   requirements for the position of Infant/Toddler      consist of 1 hour lecture and 3 hours lab.
     2100 902     11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                  Child Care Teacher in a child care center.               PRQ: EDUC-111, EDUC-112
     3685 903     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH                                                                       DAY:
                                                          DAY:
        Fees: $5.00.                                      2120 901     9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                  2109 901      4:00PM-6:00PM      M
     EVENING:                                                Fees: $5.00.                                         Fees: $50.00.
     2130 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      W
        Fees: $5.00.
                                                                                                               EDUC-160          School Age Child Care
     ONLINE:                                             EDUC-130          Introduction to Early
     2125 N990 -                                                            Childhood Education                                  (3 credits)
        A basic understanding of and access to                                                                 This course introduces the philosophy of elemen-
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                                                                            (3 credits)
                                                                                                               tary education with basic child development theo-
        are required. After you have registered for       This course is designed to increase the stu-         ry focusing on how children grow physically,
        this course, please go to the HCC                 dent’s understanding of various curriculum           emotionally, socially, and cognitively. Approaches
        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,            models and approaches in Early Childhood             in curriculum, planning, goal setting, and selection
        click on the link for Distance and                Education. Techniques for implementing and           of age-appropriate materials and methods by
        Alternative Learning. Please read the             evaluating these models and approaches will be       which educational objectives are obtained are
        information under the heading                     presented through lectures, videos, classroom        stressed. Students learn how to plan an appropri-
        “Information for Online Students.” This           activities, classroom visits, field placements and   ate program for school age child care.
        course has a required on-campus                   guest speakers. Furthermore, the student will
                                                                                                               EVENING:
        orientation on Wednesday, February 2,             explore some contemporary issues and prob-           2131 950     6:00PM-8:50PM       TH
        2011 between 8:00PM-9:00PM Rm, TBA.               lems affecting young children and learning,             Fees: $5.00.
        Fees: $30.00.                                     such as stress, sexism, homelessness, abuse,
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                          neglect and poverty. Students are required to
     6260 M950 6:00PM-9:15PM         W                    complete 15 hours of Field Experience outside        EDUC-200          Introduction to Special
        Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11.               of class time. Students are placed in a Howard                         Education (3 credits)
        Fees: $5.00.                                      County Public School or may use a K-3 school
                                                          where they are currently employed.                   This course prepares students to identify dis-
                                                                                                               abilities and their medical, psychological, and
                                                          DAY:
     EDUC-112          Methods and Materials in           3686 901     12:00PM-2:50PM     W                    educational impact on students, parents, and
                                                             Fees: $25.00.                                     teachers. This course meets the Maryland State
                       Early Childhood                                                                         Department of Education Inclusion of Special
                       Education (3 credits)              LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                                                                               Needs Student Populations requirement for an
                                                          9269 J950 6:00PM-9:15PM         M
     This course is designed to teach the methods                                                              initial certificate in Early Childhood Education,
                                                             Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11.
     and proper use of materials for presenting cre-                                                           Elementary Education and Secondary Educa-
                                                             Fees: $25.00.
     ative learning experiences to young children in                                                           tion. This course also meets the Maryland State
     the areas of art, music, creative dramatics, lan-                                                         Department of Education Historical, Philosophi-
     guage, movement, cooking, math and science.                                                               cal and Legal Foundations of Special Education
     This course meets the Maryland State Depart-                                                              requirement for an initial certificate in Generic
     ment of Education Teaching Methodology re-                                                                Special Education Infant/Primary, Generic Spe-
     quirement for an initial certificate in Early                                                             cial Education Elementary/Middle, and Generic
     Childhood Education. This course fulfills Part 2                                                          Special Education Secondary/Adult. A 15-hour


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Field Experience outside of class time is re-        ONLINE:                                             volve parents and members of the school and
quired. Students are placed in a Howard Coun-        2142 N990 -                                          surrounding community to promote reading
ty Public School or may use a K-12 school               A basic understanding of and access to            both inside and outside of school. This course
where they are employed.                                the Internet and WWW browsing capability          meets the Maryland State Department of Edu-
    NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-          are required. After you have registered for       cation reading requirement for an initial certifi-
    sion Chair, 443-518-4019.                           this course, please go to the HCC                 cate or renewal of a certificate in Early
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                Homepage. Under the heading Academics,            Childhood Education, Elementary Education,
DAY:                                                    click on the link for Distance and                Special Education Generic Infant/Primary, and
9074 901     9:30AM-12:20PM     F                       Alternative Learning. Please read the             Special Education Generic Elementary/Middle.
   Fees: $25.00.                                        information under the heading                         NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
EVENING:                                                “Information for Online Students.”                    sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
2148 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      T                       Fees: $30.00.                                         PRQ: EDUC-201
2102 951     4:30PM-7:20PM      TH                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                               EVENING:
   Fees: $25.00.                                     7987 M950 6:00PM-9:15PM         W                    2115 950     6:00PM-8:50PM       TH
ONLINE:                                                Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11.                  Fees: $5.00.
2157 N990 -                                             Fees: $5.00.
   A basic understanding of and access to
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability                                                               EDUC-204          Assessment for Reading
   are required. After you have registered for       EDUC-202          Methods of Teaching                                  Instruction (3 credits)
   this course, please go to the HCC                                   Reading in the Secondary           This course will focus on building knowledge
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,                                                                 of the purposes of assessment, types of as-
   click on the link for Distance and
                                                                       Content Areas, Part I for
                                                                                                          sessment tools, how to administer and use sev-
   Alternative Learning. Please read the                               Regular and Special                eral valid, reliable, well-researched formal and
   information under the heading                                       Education Teachers                 informal assessments of reading and related
   “Information for Online Students.” This                                                                skills, how to effectively interpret the results of
   course has an on-campus orientation on
                                                                       (3 credits)
                                                                                                          assessments, and how to communicate assess-
   Mon., Jan. 31, 2011, 7-8 p.m., RM TBA.            Designed specifically for individuals seeking        ment results in a variety of contexts. Partici-
   Fees: $55.00.                                     secondary certification, this course outlines the    pants will show that they can use assessment
                                                     essentials of the reading processes necessary        data to guide instructional decisions. Partici-
                                                     for secondary students to become proficient          pants will demonstrate their abilities by select-
EDUC-201          Processes and                      learners of content. Types of reading, elements      ing, administering, and/or interpreting
                  Acquisition of Reading             of assessment, skills of the reading process, the    assessments appropriate for screening, progress
                                                     incorporation of reading instruction into content
                  (3 credits)                        delivery and the affective aspects of the
                                                                                                          monitoring, diagnosing, and outcome measure-
                                                                                                          ment. This course meets the Maryland State De-
This course develops an understanding of the         processes of reading will be examined. This          partment of Education Reading requirement for
reading acquisition process through analysis of      course meets the Maryland State Department of        an initial certificate or renewal of a certificate
reading and written language development, and        Education Reading requirement for an initial         in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Edu-
the study of current issues in reading research.     certificate in Secondary Education and Generic       cation, Special Education Generic Infant/Prima-
It is organized around current, scientific, re-      Special Education Secondary/Adult.                   ry,     and     Special     Education     Generic
search-based theoretical models that account         EVENING:                                             Elementary/Middle.
for individual differences in reading. Introduc-     7908 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      W                        NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
tion to language structures including spoken syl-       Fees: $5.00.                                          sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
                                                     ONLINE:
lables, phonemes, graphemes, and morphemes
                                                                                                              PRQ: EDUC-201
is included in this course. Participants will        2726 N990 -
apply knowledge of the core areas of language                                                             EVENING:
                                                        A basic understanding of and access to            2149 901     7:00PM-9:50PM       T
to reading acquisition in terms of first and sec-       the Internet and WWW browsing capability
ond language acquisition, typical development                                                                Fees: $5.00.
                                                        are required. After you have registered for
and exceptionalities. This course meets the             this course, please go to the HCC
Maryland State Department of Education Read-            Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
ing requirement for an initial certificate or re-       click on the link for Distance and
newal of a certificate in Early Childhood               Alternative Learning. Please read the
Education, Elementary Education, Special Edu-                                                                                      KEY
                                                        information under the heading
cation Generic Infant/Primary, and Special Ed-          “Information for Online Students.”                 COURSE #
ucation Generic Elementary/Middle.                      Fees: $30.00.
EVENING:                                                                                                   CHEM-101 General Inorganic
2113 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      M                                                                                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
2158 951     4:30PM-7:20PM      T                    EDUC-203          Instruction of Reading
   Fees: $5.00.                                                                                            Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                       (3 credits)                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                     This course is designed for pre-service and in-        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                     service teachers. Participants will use criteria      1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                     consistent with findings of scientific research to    1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                     select, evaluate, and compare instructional pro-
                                                                                                           INDEX            TIME           DAY(S)
                                                     grams and materials for teaching reading. The          NO.
                                                     successful student will be proficient in enabling
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                     students to become strategic, fluent, and inde-
                                                     pendent readers using a variety of texts and          Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                           student schedules.
                                                     other materials. They will be prepared to in-


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     EDUC-206          Methods of Teaching                 EDUC-240          Successful Classroom                 ONLINE:
                                                                                                                  2159 N990 -
                       Reading in the Secondary                              Management (3 credits)                  A basic understanding of and access to
                       Content Areas, Part II for          This course is designed to teach how to effec-            the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                       Regular and Special                 tively manage a classroom for two through five            are required. After you have registered, go
                                                           year old children. The student will learn re-             to the Distance Learning Homepage on
                       Education Teachers                  spectful ways to interact with young children             the HCC homepage and click on the link
                       (3 credits)                         during various scenarios. Specific behavior               “Registered Online Students” for important
     Designed specifically for individuals seeking         management techniques will be explored as                 information about your course. This
     secondary certification, this course builds upon      they relate to dealing with children in a class-          course has a required on-campus
     the foundational theories and knowledge of            room setting.                                             orientation on Wednesday, February 2,
     reading from the prerequisite course Methods              PRQ: EDUC-111 and EDUC-112                            2011, between 7:00PM-8:00PM rm, TBA.
     of Teaching Reading in the Content Area, Part         EVENING:                                                  Fees: $55.00.
     I. Participants will take theory into practice as     2111 950      6:00PM-8:50PM      W                     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     they become familiar with and demonstrate in             Fees: $5.00.                                        5659 J951 6:00PM-9:15PM         M
     class best practices of how to integrate the                                                                    Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11.
     teaching of reading of content area material                                                                    Fees: $25.00.
     with content-specific knowledge. Topics cov-
                                                           EDUC-250          Advanced Practicum in
     ered in this course will include using assess-                          Early Childhood
                                                                                                                  EDUC-265          Educational Assessment
     ment to know the learner, putting metacognitive                         Development (4 credits)
     theory into practice, and differentiating instruc-                                                                             (3 credits)
                                                           This course is designed to teach the student
     tion for all students. Participants will leave the                                                           Participants will explore the world of measure-
                                                           how to implement and evaluate a quality child
     course with multiple hands-on strategies they                                                                ment, evaluation, and student performance as it
                                                           care program. Students are assigned to one
     can immediately use to make content reading                                                                  aligns with instruction and curriculum. Partici-
                                                           child care setting where they will spend 9
     accessible and successful for their students.                                                                pants will examine the role that validity, relia-
                                                           hours per week. Students meet at the college
     This course meets the Maryland State Depart-                                                                 bility, test bias, and item construction play in
                                                           every other week for 2 hours to discuss lecture
     ment of Education Reading requirement for an                                                                 ensuring a good and meaningful assessment in-
                                                           topics, classroom observations, and assign-
     initial certificate in Secondary Education and                                                               strument, and will become familiar with the
                                                           ments. Four credits consists of 1 hour lecture
     Generic Special Education Secondary/Adult.                                                                   concept of a formal testing program, which en-
                                                           and 3 hours lab.
          NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-                                                              compasses state and local mandated assess-
                                                               PRQ: EDUC-111, EDUC-112, and EDUC-150.
          sion Chair, 443-518-4019.                                                                               ments. This course will look at the federal No
          PRQ: EDUC-202                                    EVENING:                                               Child Left Behind initiative and its impact on
                                                           2112 950      5:00PM-7:00PM      M
     EVENING:                                                                                                     Maryland Public Schools. This course meets
                                                              Fees: $50.00.
     9679 950     4:30PM-7:20PM      W                                                                            the Maryland State Department of Education As-
        Fees: $5.00.                                                                                              sessment of Students requirement for an initial
     ONLINE:                                              EDUC-260          Educational Psychology               certificate in Early Childhood Education, Ele-
     4458 N990                                                                                                    mentary Education, and Secondary Education.
                                                                             (3 credits)                          This course also meets the MSDE Assessment,
        A basic understanding of and access to
        the Internet and WWW browsing capability           Educational Psychology is an advanced course           Diagnosis, and Prescriptive Techniques require-
        are required. After you have registered for        which surveys current psychological research           ment for an initial certificate in Generic Special
        this course, please go to the HCC                  and theory to address issues of teaching and           Education Infant/Primary, Generic Special Edu-
        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             learning. Instruction will focus on developmen-        cation Elementary/Middle, and Generic Special
        click on the link for Distance and                 tal theories, research methods, classroom man-         Education Secondary/Adult.
        Alternative Learning. Please read the              agement, and instructional techniques. The             EVENING:
        information under the heading                      course will utilize readings, films, lectures, guest   9355 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      W
        “Information for Online Students.”                 speakers, and small group projects, and is well           Fees: $5.00.
                                                                                                                  ONLINE:
        Fees: $30.00.                                      suited for anyone interested in learning more
                                                           about children, schools, learning, and/or teach-       2160 N990 -
                                                           ing. This course meets the Maryland State De-             A basic understanding of and access to
     EDUC-230          Child Care Center                   partment of Education Human Learning                      the Internet and WWW browsing capability
                       Administration and                  requirement for an initial certificate in Early           are required. After you have registered for
                                                           Childhood Education, Elementary Education,                this course, please go to the HCC
                       Management (3 credits)              and Secondary Education. A 15-hour Field Ex-              Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     This course is the study of practical application     perience outside of class time is required. Stu-          click on the link for Distance and
     of management procedures for early care and           dents are placed in a Howard County Public                Alternative Learning. Please read the
     education programs including the role of the          School or may use a K-12 school where they                information under the heading
     administration, planning, operating, supervising,     are employed.                                             “Information for Online Students.” This
     and evaluating programs. Special focus is on               NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-           course has a mandatory on-campus
     philosophy, types of programs, policies, fiscal            sion Chair, 443-518-4019.                            orientation on Saturday, January 29, 2011
     management, regulations, staff selection, train-           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                 between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time
     ing and management, food service, equipment,          DAY:                                                      and RM TBA.
     materials and parent and community involve-           2122 901      2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH                      Fees: $30.00.
     ment.                                                    Fees: $25.00.
         PRQ: EDUC-111, EDUC-112.                          EVENING:
     EVENING:                                              2121 950      6:00PM-8:50PM      T
     5202 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      W                        Fees: $25.00.
        Fees: $5.00.


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EDUC-266          Methods of Teaching                EDUC-290          Special Education                   ELECTRONICS
                  Early Childhood and                                  General Methods Birth —
                  Elementary Education                                 12th Grade (3 credits)              ELEC-117         Linear Electronics
                  (3 credits)                        Students will understand and use a variety of                          (4 credits)
This course is designed to provide prospective       organizational, teaching, and classroom man-
                                                                                                           In this course the student will learn the char-
and non-certified early childhood and elemen-        agement strategies. The course will focus on ef-
                                                                                                           acteristics of electonic devices, such as diodes,
tary school teachers with knowledge of the sub-      fective practices in different settings with all
                                                                                                           transistors, and operational amplifiers, and their
ject matter, the curriculum, the learners, and       disability groups, as well as collaboration with
                                                                                                           behavior in various electronic circuits. Specifi-
teaching strategies. Opportunities will be pro-      other involved professionals and parents. This
                                                                                                           cally, applications of the following devices will
vided for planning and practicing instruction        course meets the Maryland State Department of
                                                                                                           be studied: rectifier diodes, zener diodes, bipo-
based on a knowledge of theory and research          Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-
                                                                                                           lar junction transistors (BJT), field-effect tran-
supporting the strategies and models used. Em-       struction requirement for an initial certificate in
                                                                                                           sistors (FET). Also, various applications of the
phasis will be placed upon reflection on teach-      Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-
                                                                                                           operational amplifier will be studied.
ing and learning events in classrooms and            mentary/Middle School, and Secondary/Adult.
                                                                                                               PRQ: ELEC-107
schools to encourage problem solving in col-         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                                                                           EVENING:
laboration with others. This course meets the        7336 M950 8:30AM-5:30PM          S
                                                                                                           2256 550     7:30PM-10:20PM      T
Maryland State Department of Education Teach-           This course meets for five weeks from                           6:00PM-9:00PM       TH
ing Methodology requirement for an initial cer-         January 29 through February 26, 2011.                 Fees: $33.00.
tificate in Early Childhood or Elementary
Education.
                                                     EDUC-291          Special Education                   ELEC-140         Network Cabling Systems
WEEKEND:
2132 901     9:30AM-12:20PM     S                                      Methods Birth-8th Grade                              (3 credits)
   Fees: $5.00.                                                        (3 credits)                         This course is designed to train individuals in
                                                     Students develop knowledge and skills in plan-        the fundamentals of installing, connecting, and
EDUC-267          Methods of Teaching                ning lessons for diverse learners, and teaching       certifying network cabling systems. Students will
                                                     oral language, writing, reading, mathematics,         learn to apply the basics of network cable and
                  Secondary Education                and content area material to students with spe-       connector selection, installation, and termina-
                  (3 credits)                        cial needs in both early childhood and ele-           tion. Fundamental testing, certification, and doc-
This course is designed to provide prospective       mentary settings. In addition, students will          umentation practices will be covered. Labs
and non-certified secondary school teachers          explore special topics including inclusion, tran-     include hands-on experience with terminating
with knowledge of theory and teaching prac-          sitioning, and social skills development. This        and testing coaxial, unshielded twisted pair
tices, current educational goals, both nationally    course meets the Maryland State Department of         (UTP), and fiber optic cables in accordance
and locally, and trends in educational assess-       Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-           with current industry and EIA/TIA standards.
ment and application. This knowledge will be         struction requirement for an initial certificate in   EVENING:
used to plan, design and conduct effective in-       Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-        2283 550     5:30PM-10:30PM      T
struction. Supplemental topics will include mul-     mentary/Middle School.                                   Fees: $100.00.
ticulturalism, classroom management, and the         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
inclusion of students with special needs. A 15-      2238 M950 8:30AM-5:30PM          S
hour field experience outside of class time is          This course meets for five weeks from
required. Students are placed in a Howard               March 5 through April 2, 2011.
County Public School or may use a K-12 school
where they are employed. This course meets
the Maryland State Department of Education
                                                     EDUC-294          Special Education
Teaching Methodology requirement for an ini-                           Assessment Part II Birth-
tial certificate in Secondary Education.                               12th Grade (3 credits)
DAY:                                                 This course is designed to provide knowledge
2133 901     6:00PM-8:50PM      T                    and skills in assessment, administration, inter-
   Fees: $25.00.                                     pretation, programming and alignment of test                                 KEY
                                                     data with teaching standards. Trends in infor-
                                                     mal assessment, observation techniques, family         COURSE #
                                                     assessment, vocational assessment, work sam-
                                                     ple analysis, task analysis, portfolios and            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                     teacher made tests will be explored. This                       Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                     course meets the Maryland State Department of
                                                                                                            Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                     Education Assessment, Diagnosis, and Prescrip-
                                                                                                            mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                     tive Techniques requirement for an initial cer-
                                                                                                             PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                     tificate in Generic Special Education                  1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                     Infant/Primary, Generic Special Education Ele-         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                     mentary/Middle School, and Generic Special
                                                     Education Secondary/Adult.                             INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                             NO.
                                                     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                     2239 J950 6:00PM-9:15PM          TH                    SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                        Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11.                 Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                            student schedules.



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     EMERGENCY MEDICAL                                     lenged, chronically ill patients and patients with
                                                           common complaints will be examined for their
                                                                                                                DAY:
                                                                                                                2307 501     11:00AM-12:50PM    MW
     SERVICES                                              unique special needs. Certification in Pediatric
                                                           Basic Trauma Life Support (PBTLS) and course
                                                                                                                4640 502     11:00AM-12:50PM
                                                                                                                   Fees: $33.00.
                                                                                                                                                TTH

                                                           completion in Pediatric Advanced Life Support        EVENING:
     EMSP-105         Emergency Medical                    (PALS) are required outcomes of this course.         7373 550     5:30PM-7:20PM      TTH
                      Technician (7 credits)               Prerequisite: EMSP-210.                                 Fees: $33.00.
                                                           DAY:
     Students will be able to properly perform the
                                                           2614 301     9:00AM-12:00PM     TWTH
     various psychomotor (field) skills utilized by                     1:00PM-4:00PM      TWTH
                                                                                                                ENES-120        Statics (3 credits)
     emergency medical technician level prehospital           This class meets for 8 weeks beginning            The study of stationary bodies under the influ-
     care providers in the care of sick or injured            March 25, 2011 and ends May 31, 2011.             ence of various types of forces.
     persons. This course prepares the student for            Fees: $75.00.                                        If you have completed MATH-182 or an
     the Maryland and National Registry EMT certifi-                                                               equivalent course in a previous semester,
     cation written and practical examinations and                                                                 please call the Science/Technology chair-
     follows the guidelines established for EMT train-     EMSP-290         Emerging Issues in                     person or the Admissions Office for a
     ing by the DOT/NTHSA/HRSA national stan-                               Paramedicine (3 credits)               course waiver.
     dard curriculum. In addition to EMT                                                                           PRQ: PHYS-110; Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH-
     certification, course completion for CPR for the      This course is designed to provide EMT-Para-
                                                                                                                   182.
     health care practitioner is an expected outcome       medics, who received their training in a non-
                                                           credit bearing academic setting or training          DAY:
     of this course. Participation in the ride along                                                            2301 501     11:00AM-12:50PM    TTH
     component of this course requires completion          academy, an opportunity to expand upon their
     of the Health Sciences Division Health Data           education in pursuit of an academic degree. As
     Form available on the HCC website. A criminal         a critical component, this course uses the EMS       ENES-130        Dynamics (3 credits)
     background investigation will be required. Per        Agenda For The Future to identify and explore
                                                           emerging issues with additional emphasis on          The study of systems of heavy particles and
     Maryland Law you must be at least 18 years of                                                              rigid bodies at rest and at motion.
     age (or 16-18 with signed parental permission)        current and future trends in the clinical scope
                                                           of practice. Students will be provided readings          PRQ: ENES-120 and MATH-182.
     to take EMSP-105. Prerequisite: EMGL-093 or ap-
                                                           and information on appropriate topics to be          EVENING:
     propriate score on English placement test. (4
                                                           completed outside of class time. The face-to-        7500 550     7:30PM-9:30PM      MW
     hours theory, 9 hours lab)
                                                           face classroom component will be a mixture of
     EVENING:
     2346 351     6:00PM-9:00PM      TTH
                                                           content delivery and discussion with a majority      ENES-140        Mechanics of Materials
                  9:00AM-12:00PM     S                     of the time spent on student led interactive dis-
                  1:00PM-4:00PM      S                     cussions and activities designed to reinforce the                    (3 credits)
        Fees: $120.00.                                     content. Approximately 1/3 of the course will        The study of materials under stress using
                                                           be spent in an individualized self-directed learn-   beams, columns, tanks, etc.
                                                           ing opportunity where the student will identify         PRQ: ENES-120 and MATH-182.
     EMSP-210         Medical Emergencies II               and explore in detail an emerging issue suited       INTERACTIVE TELEVISION:
                      (9 credits)                          to their personal interest.                          2308 D550 6:00PM-8:50PM         T
                                                               Enrollment in EMSP-290 is limited to cur-           This section is being offered as an
     Students will be able to integrate pathophysio-
                                                               rently licensed and/or certified EMT-Para-          interactive TV class.
     logical principles and assessment findings to
                                                               medics.
     formulate a field impression and implement the
     treatment plan for patients with endocrine, gas-      EVENING:
                                                           2616 350     6:00PM-8:50PM      TH                   ENES-159        Programming Concepts
     trointestinal, renal, urologic, or hematopoietic
     problems, or for patients exposed to toxic sub-          Fees: $75.00.                                                     for Engineers (4 credits)
     stances and induced or exacerbated illness re-                                                             This course will introduce students to interme-
     lated     to    communicable       disease    or                                                           diate principles of software development and
     environmentally hazardous conditions. Interven-
     tion for patients experiencing behavioral emer-
                                                           ENGINEERING                                          will include high level languages, object-orient-
                                                                                                                ed design, documentation, data structures,
     gencies will be considered for promoting safety                                                            graphs and dynamic memory allocation. Stu-
     and therapeutic effect. Prerequisite: EMSP-205.       ENES-100         Introduction to                     dents will become experienced in software ap-
     DAY:                                                                   Engineering Design                  plications in electrical and computer
     2613 301     9:00AM-12:00PM     TWTH                                                                       engineering, and software development in
                  1:00PM-4:00PM      TWTH
                                                                            (3 credits)                         teams. Programs will utilize the C and Java lan-
        This class meets for 8 weeks and ends              In this course, students are introduced to the       guages under the Windows/cygwin environ-
        March 24, 2011.                                    engineering design process by working on a           ment. Software development projects will
        Fees: $125.00.                                     product design project. The design will involve      involve relevant engineering topics, such as
                                                           a variety of topics from engineering, technolo-      analysis of digital and analog circuits, cryptog-
                                                           gy and the sciences. In addition, students will      raphy, bioinformatics, embedded software,
     EMSP-215         Medical Emergencies III              use CAD software and other computer applica-         game programming, image processing, and
                      (6 credits)                          tions such as word processors, spreadsheets          wireless sensor networks.
                                                           and computer languages.                                  PRQ: : ENES-100
     Students will be able to integrate pathophysio-
                                                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-143 or           EVENING:
     logical principles and assessment findings to
                                                               above.                                           3953 550     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH
     formulate a field impression and implement the
     treatment plan for neonatal, pediatric, obstetric,
     gynecology and geriatric patients. In addition,
     patients who are physically or mentally chal-


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                                                      will gain hands-on experience and problem            and computer-assisted instruction. This course
ENES-181         Thermodynamics                       solving skills critical to their success as engi-    will meet for four hours per week.
                 (3 credits)                          neers in the computer age.                               PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
This course is designed for the student who               PRQ: : ENES-159, MATH-150 or MATH-182.               ment tests.
plans to transfer to an engineering program.          DAY:                                                 DAY:
Topics covered include the following: introduc-       3945 501      3:00PM-4:50PM     TTH                  1673 E101    2:00PM-3:50PM       MW
tion to thermodynamics, thermodynamic prop-                                                                1884 E102    9:00AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                                                                           7786 E103    2:00PM-3:50PM       TTH
erties of matter, laws of thermodynamics,
cycles, reactions, mixtures, automobile engines
                                                      ENES-271           Introduction to Matlab               Fees: $50.00.
and turbines.                                                            (3 credits)                       EVENING:
    PRQ: PHYS-112 and MATH-150 or 182                                                                      1674 E150    6:00PM-7:50PM       TTH
                                                      This course is designed to introduce numerical
                                                                                                              Fees: $50.00.
EVENING:                                              methods to engineering students. Students will
2310 550     7:30PM-9:20PM      MW                    develop the skills to generate readable, com-
                                                      pact, and verifiably correct MATLAB programs         ENGL-085         Academic Advanced Oral
                                                      to obtain numerical solutions to a wide range
ENES-204         Basic Circuit Theory                 of engineering models and to display the re-                          Communication for ESL
                 (3 credits)                          sults with fully annotated graphics. Students will                    Students (3 credits)
This student will review the I-V relationships of     learn structured programming.                        In ENGL-085, students will develop the listening
resistors, capacitors, inductors, sources, op-            PRQ: ENES-100 and MATH-182.                      and speaking skills needed to succeed at a US
amps, and transformers. The student will per-         DAY:                                                 college or university. Class work will consist of
form circuit analysis using Kirchoff’s laws, node     3946 501      3:00PM-4:50PM     TTH                  pronunciation practice, listening activities, small
and mesh analysis, superposition, Thevenin                                                                 group and class discussion of selected readings
and Norton Theorems. The student will also                                                                 and lectures, oral presentations, and simula-
perform DC and AC steady state and impulse
analysis for first and second order circuits using
                                                      ENGLISH                                              tions of aspects of academic life.
                                                                                                               If students place into both reading and writ-
Laplace Transforms and the Convolution Inte-                                                                   ing ESL courses, they are required to take
gral.                                                 ENGL-083           Academic Intermediate                 ENGL-085. Students can be exempted from
    PRQ: PHYS-111; Co-requisite: MATH-260                                                                      this requirement by passing an oral exam.
                                                                         Reading for ESL Students              Please email OLA@howardcc.edu. Students
EVENING:
5236 550     6:00PM-7:20PM      MW
                                                                         (4 credits)                           placed into ENGL-083 AND ENGL-084 must
                                                      In this course, reading is approached as an in-          complete both ENGL-083 and ENGL-084 be-
                                                      tegral part of an ESL student’s overall English          fore taking ENGL-085.
ENES-206         Fundamental Electric and             language learning, not as an isolated skill. In      DAY:
                 Digital Circuit Laboratory           addition to reading comprehension and vocab-         2673 E101    9:30AM-10:50AM      MW
                                                      ulary skill building, students will respond to in-   1887 E102    9:30AM-12:20PM      F
                 (2 credits)
                                                      formation and concepts from a diversity of           EVENING:
This course provides an introduction to basic         assigned materials, both orally and in writing.      1682 E150    6:00PM-7:20PM       TTH
measurement techniques and electrical labora-             PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
tory equipment such as power supplies, oscil-             ment test.
loscopes, and voltmeters. Students will design,
                                                      DAY:
simulate, and construct circuits containing pas-      1685 E101     12:00PM-12:50PM   MW
sive elements, operational amplifiers, and digi-                    1:00PM-1:50PM     MW
tal integrated circuits. Both transient and           1717   E102   10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH
steady-state responses of these circuits will be                    11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH
studied.                                                 Fees: $50.00.
    PRQ: ENES-244; Co-requisite: ENES-204             EVENING:
DAY:                                                  1687 E150     6:00PM-6:50PM     MW
5237 560     3:00PM-4:50PM      MW                                  7:00PM-7:50PM     MW
                                                         Fees: $50.00.
ENES-241         Numerical Techniques in                                                                                          KEY
                 Engineering (3 credits)              ENGL-084           Academic Intermediate
                                                                                                            COURSE #
This course is an introduction to computation-                           Writing and Grammar for
al and mathematical techniques used for solv-                            ESL Students (4 credits)           CHEM-101 General Inorganic
ing problems in a variety of engineering              In ENGL 084, students will acquire the English                 Chemistry I (4 credits)
applications. Students will develop an under-         language skills needed to produce paragraphs
standing of error analysis, problem conditioning                                                            Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                      at an intermediate proficiency level. A variety of    mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
and stability of algorithms. Topics include nu-       reading selections and discussion activities will
merical solution of nonlinear equations, matrix                                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                      serve to prepare students to compose narrative,       1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
algebra, Gaussian elimination, matrix inversion,      descriptive and expository paragraphs that re-        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
iterative computation of eigenvalues, splines,        flect critical analysis. Writing themes will help
and numerical integration. Vector spaces and          students to develop a global awareness. Para-         INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
linear transformations, LU factorization, similar-    graph development will progress to the pro-            NO.
ity transformation and diagonalization, interpo-      duction of an organized essay by the end of           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
lation and data fitting are also studied. Using       the semester. Grammatical skills will be devel-       Please note room assignments will be printed on
current real-world industry problems, students        oped through formal instruction, group editing        student schedules.



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     ENGL-086         Academic Advanced                     ENGL-086/087 Academic Advanced                        ENGL-093         Directed Studies in
                      Reading-ESL (4 credits)                           ESL Reading, Writing and                                   Reading (3 credits)
     Students will continue to develop their reading                    Grammar Combined                          Directed Studies in Reading is a developmental
     skills in ENGL-086 with an emphasis on aca-                        (8 Credits)                               course designed to strengthen students’ reading
     demic material. Reading is approached as an                                                                  skills. In this course, students in need of in-
     integral part of an ESL student’s overall English      ENGL-086/087 Combined is a fully integrated           tensive reading instruction will complete pre-
     language learning, not as an isolated skill. In        approach to teaching reading, composition, and        scribed activities to develop vocabulary and
     addition to reading comprehension and vocab-           grammar. Emphasis is placed on reading com-           improve reading comprehension. Credits award-
     ulary skill building, students will respond to in-     prehension, vocabulary development, reading           ed for the completion of ENGL 093 do not ful-
     formation and concepts from a diversity of             rate, and writing clear, organized grammatically      fill degree requirements in any degree or
     assigned materials, both orally and in writing.        correct assignments. The class meets for ten          certificate program. ENGL 093 meets four hours
         PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-           hours per week including four hours of indi-          weekly.
         ment tests or successful completion of             vidualized lab work. Students whose place-                 PRQ: Appropriate score on reading place-
         ENGL-083. CO-REQ: FYEX-100                         ment test scores require them to take                      ment tests.
                                                            both ENGL 086 and ENGL 087 should en-
     DAY:                                                                                                         DAY:
                                                            roll in ENGL - 086/087 Combined to ful-
     1675 E101     1:00PM-1:50PM      MW                                                                          1603 101     9:00AM-9:50AM       MW
                   2:00PM-2:50PM      MW                    fill both requirements.                                            10:00AM-10:50AM     MW
     4978   E102   3:00PM-3:50PM      MW                        PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-          1035   102   2:00PM-2:50PM       TTH
                   4:00PM-4:50PM      MW                        ment test                                                      3:00PM-3:50PM       TTH
     3738   E103   8:00AM-8:50AM      TTH                       Co-req: FYEX-100                                     Fees: $50.00.
                   9:00AM-9:50AM      TTH                       When registering by phone, both four-digit        EVENING:
     1677   E104   1:00PM-1:50PM      TTH                       course ID numbers will be requested.              1774 150     5:30PM-6:20PM       MW
                   2:00PM-2:50PM      TTH                       Please, no substitutions in combination                        6:30PM-7:20PM       MW
     5696   E105   10:00AM-11:50AM    F
                                                                classes.                                             Fees: $50.00.
                   12:00PM-1:50PM     F
        Fees: $50.00.                                       DAY:                                                  LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                            2221 L120    8:00AM-9:50AM       MW                   4256 M101 8:30AM-11:45AM         M
     EVENING:                                               2222         8:00AM-9:50AM       TTH
     1670 E150     7:00PM-7:50PM      MW                                                                             Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
                                                               Fees: $100.00                                      4257   M150 6:00PM-9:15PM        M
                   8:00PM-8:50PM      MW
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                                Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
                                                                                                                     Fees: $50.00.

     ENGL-087         Academic Advanced
                                                            REACH
                                                            Students with a placement test score below the        ENGL-094         Directed Studies in
                      Writing & Grammar-ESL                 cut-off for ENGL 093 and/or ENGL 094 are re-
                                                                                                                                   Writing (3 credits)
                      (4 credits)                           quired to take the noncredit REACH program.
                                                            REACH (Reading and English for Academic               Directed Studies in Writing is a developmental
     In ENGL-087, students will acquire the English                                                               course designed to strengthen students’ writing
                                                            Challenges) is a noncredit program offered
     language skills needed to write multi-paragraph                                                              skills. In this course, students in need of in-
                                                            through the Division of Continuing Education.
     compositions at a level of correctness and flu-                                                              tensive writing instruction will complete pre-
                                                            In REACH, students learn essential reading,
     ency appropriate for an advanced learner of                                                                  scribed activities to improve their writing skills.
                                                            writing, and goal-setting skills in preparation for
     English who will soon enroll in a college com-                                                               Beginning with sentences and progressing to
                                                            entering credit English classes. Through indi-
     position class. Readings and discussions will                                                                paragraphs, students learn to construct clearly
                                                            vidualized and group instruction, students build
     prepare students to write narrative, descriptive,                                                            written, logically organized, grammatically cor-
                                                            academic reading skills that include decoding,
     expository and argumentative compositions that                                                               rect papers.
                                                            vocabulary development, reading comprehen-
     reflect critical analysis. Writing themes will help                                                              PRQ: Appropriate score on writing place-
                                                            sion, and academic writing skills that include
     students to develop a global awareness. Rele-                                                                    ment tests.
                                                            sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation.
     vant grammatical skills will be developed
                                                            REACH is designed solely for students seeking         DAY:
     through formal instruction, group editing and
                                                            an academic pathway to credit developmental           1036 101     10:00AM-11:50AM     TTH
     computer-assisted instruction.
                                                            English classes at HCC. Students are required            Fees: $50.00.
         PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
                                                            to take the English placement test through the        EVENING:
         ment tests or successful completion of
                                                            Office of Admissions and Advising. Interested         1773 150     5:30PM-7:20PM       TTH
         ENGL-084.
                                                            students should contact the Office of Admis-             Fees: $50.00.
     DAY:                                                   sions and Advising at 443-518-1200.
     2564   E101   9:00AM-10:50AM     MW                                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
     1633   E102   2:00PM-3:50PM      MW                                                                          8212 M150 6:30PM-9:45PM          T
     3325   E103   9:00AM-10:50AM     TTH                                                                            Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
     2230   E104   2:00PM-3:50PM      TTH                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
     0674   E105   10:00AM-1:50PM     F
        Fees: $50.00.
     EVENING:
     1669 E150     7:30PM-9:20PM      TTH
        Fees: $50.00.




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                                                                                                       DAY:
ENGL-096        Fundamentals of                     ENGL-097           Fundamentals of Writing         1601 L120     8:00AM-9:50AM      MW
                Academic Reading                                       (3 credits)                     1602          8:00AM-9:50AM      TTH
                                                                                                       1610 L121    10:00AM-11:50PM     MW
                (3 credits)                         In ENGL-097, students will acquire the skills      1664         10:00AM-11:50PM     TTH
In ENGL 096, students will develop proficiency      needed to write and revise a series of multi-         Fees: $100.00
in comprehending and interpreting a variety of      paragraph essays. Students will also learn to
college level reading materials. The course em-     write clearly and convincingly using logical or-
phasis is academic reading as a holistic, dy-       ganization and appropriate styles of standard      ENGL-115         Creative Writing
namic, interactive process. Students will           written English. The varied writing assignments                     (3 credits)
develop an understanding of this process by         will be supplemented by topical readings, oral
                                                    and electronic discussions, peer review and        Creative Writing introduces students to the
practicing and mastering various reading strate-                                                       process of using their own experiences and
gies. The course will include two hours of          grammar instruction as needed.
                                                        PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-       backgrounds to express themselves in at least
classroom instruction and two hours of reading                                                         one of the following genres: poetry, short story
lab.                                                    ment tests or successful completion of
                                                        ENGL-094.                                      or drama. In addition, students are introduced
    PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-                                                           to the literary elements appropriate to these
    ment test or successful completion of           DAY:                                               three genres.
    ENGL-093; CO-REQ: FYEX-100                      1666   101    10:00AM-11:50AM   MW
                                                    1686   102    12:00PM-1:50PM    MW
                                                                                                           PRQ: ENGL 121.
DAY:                                                5214   103    12:00PM-1:50PM    MW                 DAY:
1606 101     8:00AM-9:00AM     MW                   5417   104    2:00PM-3:50PM     MW                 1096 101     11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH
             9:00AM-9:50AM     MW                   2236   105    2:00PM-3:50PM     MW                    Fees: $10.00.
1691   102   9:00AM-10:00AM    MW                   2235   106    9:00AM-10:50AM    TTH
             10:00AM-10:50AM   MW                                                                      EVENING:
                                                    1692   107    10:00AM-11:50AM   TTH                1648 150     6:30PM-9:20PM       T
1605   103   10:00AM-10:50AM   MW                   1742   A102   9:00AM-10:50AM    MW
             11:00AM-11:50AM   MW                                                                         Fees: $10.00.
                                                       Fees: $50.00.
9251   104   11:00AM-11:50AM   MW                                                                      ONLINE:
             12:00PM-12:50PM   MW                   EVENING:                                           1649 N190 -
3683   105   1:00PM-1:50PM     MW                   1615 150      5:30PM-7:20PM     MW
                                                    1799 151      5:30PM-7:20PM     TTH
                                                                                                          A basic understanding of and access to
             2:00PM-2:50PM     MW
5772   106   9:00AM-9:50AM     TTH                     Fees: $50.00.                                      the Internet and WWW browsing capability
             10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH                                                                        are required. After you have registered for
                                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                this course, please go to the HCC
1607   107   10:00AM-10:50AM   TTH
                                                       Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11                 Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
             11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH
                                                    9733   M101 10:15AM-12:15PM     TTH
2005   108   11:00AM-11:50AM   TTH
                                                    5850   M150 6:00PM-10:00PM      T
                                                                                                          click on the link for Distance and
             12:00PM-12:50PM   TTH                                                                        Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                    9735   M160 9:00AM-1:00PM       S
5719   109   1:00PM-1:50PM     TTH                                                                        information under the heading
             2:00PM-2:50PM     TTH                     Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                          “Information for Online Students.”
4980   110   2:00PM-2:50PM     TTH
             3:00PM-3:50PM     TTH
                                                                                                          Fees: $30.00.
   Fees: $50.00.                                    ENGL-096/097 Fundamentals of
EVENING:                                                        Academic Reading and
1620 150     5:30PM-6:20PM     MW                               Writing Combined
             6:30PM-7:20PM     MW
1683   151   5:30PM-6:20PM     TTH                              (6 Credits)
             6:30PM-7:20PM     TTH                  ENGL-096/097 Combined is a fully integrated
   Fees: $50.00.                                    approach to teaching reading and composition.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                              Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, reading
2490 M101 8:30AM-11:45AM       MW                   comprehension, and vocabulary development,
   ENGL 096 M101 meets 1/29/11-3/19/11              reading rate and writing clear, organized gram-
2492   M150 6:30PM-9:45PM      MW                   matically correct assignments. The class meets
   ENGL 096-M150 meets 1/29/11-3/19/11              for eight hours per week including four hours
   Fees: $50.00.                                    of classroom instruction and four hours of in-
                                                    dividualized lab work. Students whose
                                                    placement test scores require them to                                     KEY
                                                    take both ENGL-096 and ENGL-097
                                                                                                        COURSE #
                                                    should enroll in ENGL-096/097 combined
                                                    to fulfill both requirements.
                                                        PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-        CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                        ment tests or successful completion of                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                        ENGL-093/094.                                   Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        CO-REQ: FYEX-100                                mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        When registering by phone, both four-digit       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        course ID numbers will be requested.            1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                        Please, no substitutions in combination         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                        classes. You must enroll in paired classes
                                                                                                        INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                        as listed.                                       NO.
                                                                                                        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                        Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                        student schedules.



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                                                         1681   119    9:00AM-10:50AM    TTH                    and the other in Social Sciences with the
     ENGL-121        College Composition                    ENGL-121-119 ALP (Accelerated Learning              important goal of fostering success in both
                     Writing (3 credits)                    Program) is an innovative, accelerated              courses. Students enrolling in ENGL 121-
     ENGL-121 guides students through the exposi-           learning section open to students with              L101 (MW 12:30-1:50) must also register
     tory writing process through close reading of          appropriate English placement scores in             for PSYC 101-L901, Index 5926 (MW
     contemporary critical discourse and teaches the        reading and within a designated high                11:00-12:20).
     rhetorical arts of argument and persuasion             range for developmental writing (ENGL-              Fees: $30.00.
     through critical thinking, reading and research.       097). In the process of mastering all            EVENING:
     Students will develop an understanding of              ENGL-121 objectives, students receive extra      1611 150    6:00PM-7:20PM      MW
     themselves as readers and writers of world cul-        instructional time, coaching, and support        1043 151    6:00PM-7:20PM      MW
     tures who participate with others in responsible       to master academic success strategies.           1645 152    7:30PM-8:50PM      MW
                                                            This class meets four hours weekly in a          1723 153    6:00PM-7:20PM      TTH
     public discourse and have moral and ehtical re-                                                         1632 154    7:30PM-8:50PM      TTH
     sponsibilities in that discourse; students will        computerized lab environment.
                                                            Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL-121 in              Fees: $30.00.
     also examine the relationship among writer,
     audience, and purpose, and practice writing            reading placement test; score within             WEEKEND:
                                                            designated high range for ENGL-097.              1612 160    9:00AM-11:40AM     S
     prose through a recursive process. Students
                                                            Please see your advisor regarding eligibilty        Fees: $30.00.
     completing this course should be able to write
     persuasive, researched and documented essays           and registration.                                ONLINE:
                                                         1730   120    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH                 1698 N190 -
     (of at least 1,000 words) demonstrating the         1714   121    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH                 2300 N191 -
     conventions of standard written English and         2246   122    11:00AM-12:20PM   TTH                    A basic understanding of and access to
     manuscript presentation.                            1631   123    2:00PM-3:50PM     TTH                    the Internet and WWW browsing capability
         PRQ: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-121 is          ENGL-121-123 ALP (Accelerated Learning              are required. After you have registered for
         based on English placement test scores or          Program) is an innovative, accelerated              this course, please go to the HCC
         the successful completion of required de-          learning section open to students with              Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
         velopmental English course work.                   appropriate English placement scores in             click on the link for Distance and
     DAY:                                                   reading and within a designated high                Alternative Learning. Please read the
     1604   100   7:00AM-7:52AM     MWF                     range for developmental writing (ENGL-              information under the heading
     1701   101   8:00AM-8:52AM     MWF                     097). In the process of mastering all
     1719   102   9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                                                                                “Information for Online Students.”
                                                            ENGL-121 objectives, students receive extra      5166   N192 -
     1722   103   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF
                                                            instructional time, coaching, and support        9650   N193
     1004   104   10:00AM-10:52AM   MWF
     7398   105   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF                     to master academic success strategies.              A basic understanding of and access to
     1646   106   11:00AM-11:52AM   MWF                     This class meets four hours weekly in a             the Internet and WWW browsing capability
     1643   107   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF                     computerized lab environment.                       are required. After you have registered for
     7399   108   12:00PM-12:52PM   MWF                     Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL-121 in              this course, please go to the HCC
     1621   109   1:00PM-1:52PM     MWF                     reading placement test; score within                Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     1630   110   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW                      designated high range for ENGL-097.                 click on the link for Distance and
     1736   111   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW                      Please see your advisor regarding eligibilty        Alternative Learning. Please read the
     1644   112   8:00AM-9:20AM     MW
                                                            and registration.                                   information under the heading
     1622   113   11:00AM-12:20PM   MW
                                                         7402   124    3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH                    “Information for Online Students.” This is
     2247   114   2:00PM-3:20PM     MW
                                                         5164   125    3:30PM-4:50PM     TTH                    a 7 week course. This course ends on
     5700   115   2:00PM-3:50PM     MW
                                                         1661   A118   9:30AM-10:50AM    MW
        ENGL-121-115 ALP (Accelerated Learning                                                                  March 18th.
                                                         3327   E170   9:00AM-10:50AM    MW
        Program) is an innovative, accelerated           2255   E171   12:00PM-1:50PM    MW                     Fees: $30.00.
        learning section open to students with           1647   E172   12:00PM-1:50PM    TTH                 HYBRID:_
        appropriate English placement scores in             Sections E170, E171 and E172 will include        7401 C101   12:30PM-1:50PM     M
        reading and within a designated high                attention to the language learning needs of      9293 C102   11:00AM-12:20PM    T
        range for developmental writing (ENGL-              ESL students. Permission is required to          1634 C103   12:30PM-1:50PM     W
                                                                                                             9294 C104   11:00AM-12:20PM    TH
        097). In the process of mastering all               enroll in one of these sections, so see
        ENGL-121 objectives, students receive extra                                                             A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                            your advisor or go to the English Division
        instructional time, coaching, and support                                                               of classroom interaction with the use of
                                                            Office(DH-239)to be admitted.
        to master academic success strategies.           5911   L101   12:30PM-1:50PM    MW                     online resources. Because so many of the
        This class meets four hours weekly in a             “Composing Your Life: Reading and                   course interactions are conducted online,
        computerized lab environment.                       Writing Psychology” is a learning                   the amount of class meeting time is half
        Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL-121 in              community that links General Psychology             that of the traditional onsite version of the
        reading placement test; score within                (PSYC-101) with College Composition                 course. Students may use computers in
        designated high range for ENGL-097.                 (ENGL-121) to help you improve your                 the campus computer labs or use their
        Please see your advisor regarding eligibilty        academic writing and research skills while          home computers with Internet access to
        and registration.                                   you learn about yourself and others. You            complete online course activities. See
     7400   116   3:30PM-4:50PM     MW                      will practice critical thinking skills and the      www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
     1642   117   3:30PM-4:50PM     MW                      art of persuasion within the context of             information including complete technical
     1703   118   8:00AM-9:20AM     TTH                     psychology through selected readings,               specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                            films, group discussions, and writing. Both         courses.
                                                            courses will emphasize the positive                 Fees: $30.00.
                                                            psychology of human strengths. Being in
                                                            this learning community means that you
                                                            simultaneously complete two general
                                                            education requirements, one in English,



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HONORS:                                                                                                    Students read poems, plays and novels en-
7403 H126 11:00AM-12:20PM       TTH                  ENGL-200          Children’s Literature               compassing issues like civil rights, colonialism,
   Honors courses and seminars provide                                 (3 credits)                         sexuality and political power; they study writing
   high-achieving students the opportunity to        Children’s Literature examines the historical         that celebrates new freedoms and new ways of
   learn with other high-achieving students.         background and development of works written           assessing humanity, self and the world through
   Students must have a GPA of 3.2 or                for young people. Students are presented with         diverse perspectives, including authors such as
   higher, the permission of the instructor,         criteria for assessing both text and illustrations    Austen, Beckett, Blake, Eliot, Hardy, Joyce, Ten-
   OR the permission of the Director of the          of classic and contemporary works written for         nyson, Wordsworth, Wollstonecraft, Woolf, and
   Schoenbrodt Honors Program to enroll in           diverse audiences of children and young adults        Yeats. This course is writing intensive.
   an honors course or seminar. Please               with a strong focus on terminology and a vari-            PRQ: ENGL-121.
   contact Professor Stephen Horvath,                ety of genres. This is a writing intensive course.    EVENING:
   Director of the Schoednbrodt Honors                   PRQ: ENGL-121.                                    1177 150     7:30PM-10:20PM      M
   Program, at shorvath@howardcc.edu or at                                                                    Fees: $10.00.
                                                     DAY:
                                                                                                           ONLINE:
   443-518-4939 for additional information
                                                     1662 101     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH
   Fees: $30.00.                                     5705 102     9:30AM-12:20PM      F                    2466 N190 -
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                  Fees: $10.00.                                         A basic understanding of and access to
   Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11                                                                         the Internet and WWW browsing capability
8153   M060   9:00AM-12:15PM    S                                                                             are required. After you have registered for
2481   M126   10:15AM-11:45AM   TTH                  ENGL-202          American Literature II                 this course, please go to the HCC
1215   M127   8:30AM-10:00AM    MW
1216   M128   8:30AM-10:00AM    TTH                                    (3 credits)                            Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
1732   M129   10:15AM-11:45AM   MW                   American Literature II studies literature written        click on the link for Distance and
5835   M130   12:00PM-1:30PM    MW                   in the United States of America from the mid-            Alternative Learning. Please read the
8152   M150   6:30PM-9:45PM     W                    nineteenth century to recent times. Works are            information under the heading
2480   M158   6:30PM-9:45PM     T
                                                     chosen to represent diverse ethnic, racial and           “Information for Online Students.” This
   Fees: $30.00.                                     social groups in historical, political and eco-          course has an “Optional” orientation on
                                                     nomic contexts for what they reflect and reveal          Saturday, January 29, 2011 between 9:00
                                                     about the evolving American experience and               AM and 1:00 PM exact time and rm, TBA.
ENGL-126         Introduction to                                                                              Students are strongly encouraged to
                                                     character. Representative works include Realist
                 Journalism (3 credits)              and Naturalist literature, immigrant and Native          attend. For students who are not local,
This course will provide a framework for the         American experience, classic work from WWI               the orientation will be online.
practical applications required to operate as a      and WWII eras, and feminist expression,                  Fees: $30.00.
journalist in the twenty-first century. Students     among others. This course is writing intensive.       HYBRID:_
will discuss the role and responsibility of press        PRQ: ENGL-121.                                    1174 C101 2:00PM-3:20PM          T
in a free society and will benefit from the op-                                                               A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                     DAY:
portunity to evaluate popular journalistic medi-     2279 101     11:00AM-12:20PM     MW
                                                                                                              of classroom interaction with the use of
ums and their respective contents while              1678 102     11:00AM-12:20PM     TTH                     online resources. Because so many of the
applying their conclusions to their own deci-           Fees: $10.00.                                         course interactions are conducted online,
                                                     ONLINE:
sions and styles as future journalists. They will                                                             the amount of class meeting time is half
take on the role of journalist as they adhere to     3498 N190 -
                                                                                                              that of the traditional onsite version of the
the professional standards of news, feature, and        A basic understanding of and access to                course. Students may use computers in
opinion pieces for a magazine or newspaper.             the Internet and WWW browsing capability              the campus computer labs or use their
Finally, students will implement the writing            are required. After you have registered for           home computers with Internet access to
process, from research, interviewing, and note          this course, please go to the HCC                     complete online course activities. See
taking through editing, proofreading, and po-           Homepage. Under the heading Academics,                www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
tential publication.                                    click on the link for Distance and                    information including complete technical
    Also listed as MASS-126.                            Alternative Learning. Please read the                 specifications for Hybrid and online
    PRQ: ENGL-121                                       information under the heading                         courses.
DAY:                                                    “Information for Online Students.” This               Fees: $10.00.
4130 101      9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH                     course has an “Optional” orientation on
   Fees: $30.00.                                        Saturday, January 29, 2011 between 9:00
ONLINE:                                                AM and 1:00 PM exact time and room,                                       KEY
4476 N190                                               TBA. Students are strongly encouraged to            COURSE #
   A basic understanding of and access to               attend. For students who are not local,
   the Internet and WWW browsing capability             the orientation will be online.
   are required. After you have registered for          Fees: $30.00.                                       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   this course, please go to the HCC
                                                                                                                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                     HONORS:
   Homepage. Under the heading Academics,            1173 H150 6:00PM-7:20PM          TTH                   Emphasis on solving problems involving
   click on the link for Distance and                   Fees: $10.00.                                       mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   Alternative Learning. Please read the                                                                     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   information under the heading                                                                            1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
   “Information for Online Students.”                ENGL-204          English Literature II                1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
   Fees: $30.00.                                                       (3 credits)                          INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                     English Literature II examines language, ideas,         NO.
                                                     and political/cultural values in English literature    SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                     from the Romantic period of the late 1700s             Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                     through the Victorian era and into the 1900s.          student schedules.



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     ENGL-205         The Short Story                       ONLINE:                                            DAY:
                                                            1753 N990                                           5915 101      2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH
                      (3 credits)                              A basic understanding of and access to              Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11
     The Short Story offers a basic introduction to            the Internet and WWW browsing capability            Fees: $20.00.
     that genre of literature. Students focus on the           are required. After you have registered for
     critical evaluation of representative short stories       this course, please go to the HCC                ENGL-210         Introduction to Fiction,
     by diverse authors from around the world, with            Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
     an emphasis on American and European writ-                click on the link for Distance and                                Poetry, & Drama
     ers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries             Alternative Learning. Please read the                             (3 credits)
     like Hemingway and others; they are presented             information under the heading                    Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama stud-
     with literary terminology and concepts neces-             “Information for Online Students.”               ies conventions and characteristics of these
     sary to the discussion and evaluation of these            Fees: $30.00.                                    three genres of literature and is particularly rec-
     works. This course is writing intensive.               HYBRID:_                                            ommended for students new to the study of lit-
          PRQ: ENGL 121.                                    5916 C101 2:00PM-3:20PM         TH                  erature. Students study terminology and literary
     DAY:                                                      A Hybrid course is an ideal combination          concepts in order to interpret, analyze and crit-
     1091 101     3:30PM-4:50PM       MW                       of classroom interaction with the use of         ically evaluate selections from stories, poems
        Fees: $10.00.                                          online resources. Because so many of the         and plays. In addition, they are introduced to
                                                               course interactions are conducted online,        critical reading strategies, literary criticism, and
                                                               the amount of class meeting time is half         an expanding literary canon which includes the
     ENGL-206         African-American                         that of the traditional onsite version of the    work of culturally diverse writers-including a
                      Literature (3 credits)                   course. Students may use computers in            classic piece from Greek or Shakespearian the-
     African-American Literature studies oral and              the campus computer labs or use their            atre. This course is writing intensive.
     written stories of African-American writers from          home computers with Internet access to                ENGL-210 was formerly ENGL-120.
     the 18th century through the Harlem Renais-               complete online course activities. See                PRQ: ENGL-121.
     sance to present times, including authors such            www.howardcc.edu/distance for more               DAY:
     as Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, and               information including complete technical         5709   101    9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
     Martin Luther King, Jr. Students analyze major            specifications for Hybrid and online             1650   102    10:00AM-10:52AM    MWF
     themes like alienation, identity, double-con-             courses.                                         1655   103    12:30PM-1:50PM     MW
     sciousness, racism, classism, rebellion, revolt           Fees: $10.00.                                    5710   104    12:30PM-1:50PM     MW
                                                                                                                1680   105    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
     and escape. They both evaluate these works for                                                             1654   106    3:30PM-4:50PM      TTH
     their literary merit and make connections be-          ENGL-208         Contemporary American              5712   107    9:30AM-12:20PM     F
     tween the literature and their own experience.                                                                Fees: $10.00.
                                                                             Poetry (3 credits)
                                                                                                                ONLINE:
     This course is writing intensive.
         PRQ: ENGL-121.                                     Contemporary American Poetry focuses on the         1720 N190 -
     DAY:                                                   richness and diversity of America’s finest poets.      A basic understanding of and access to
     1689 101     9:30AM-10:50AM      MW                    The course begins with a brief selection of ear-       the Internet and WWW browsing capability
        Fees: $10.00.                                       lier significant poets who provide a historical        are required. After you have registered for
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
                                                            perspective. Students then concentrate on the          this course, please go to the HCC
     3960 M150 6:30PM-9:45PM          W                     literary elements and merit of material written        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
        Laurel classes run 1/29/11-5/15/11                  from the beginning of the twentieth century to         click on the link for Distance and
        Fees: $10.00.                                       the present. Course work emphasizes close              Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                            readings and class discussion of a body of             information under the heading
                                                            works varied in style and content. This course         “Information for Online Students.”
     ENGL-207         Ethics in Literature                  is writing intensive.                                  Fees: $30.00.
                      (3 credits)                                PRQ: ENGL-121.
                                                            DAY:
     Ethics in Literature studies poems, short stories,
     drama and novels with the intention of probing
                                                            1155 101     2:00PM-3:20PM      MW                  ENGL-211         Science Through Science
                                                               Fees: $10.00.                                                     Fiction (3 credits)
     both their literary merit and the ethical ques-
     tions embedded within them. Students apply lit-                                                            Science through Science Fiction focuses on
     erary terminology and basic principles of ethics       ENGL-209         Modern Drama (3 credits)           themes of controversial scientific discovery and
     in order to understand and appreciate these                                                                innovation, exploring both the wonder and the
                                                            Modern Drama studies work written for Euro-
     works. The course emphasizes close and per-                                                                danger. Students view films and read short sto-
                                                            pean and American theater in the last and pres-
     ceptive reading, thoughtful discussion and re-                                                             ries and novels and illustrate comprehension of
                                                            ent century. Students discuss and appraise
     flection. This course is writing intensive.                                                                scientific background and literary concepts
                                                            plays; identify basic elements which distinguish
         PRQ: ENGL-121.                                                                                         through class discussion, essay exams and lit-
                                                            modern drama from earlier periods; evaluate
     DAY:                                                   performances of contemporary plays; and study       erary projects. This course is writing intensive.
     1694 101     8:00AM-9:20AM       MW                    what playwrights have said about the nature of          PRQ: ENGL-121.
     1898 102     11:00AM-12:20PM     MW                                                                        DAY:
     5706 103     9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
                                                            drama. Students also discuss the impact of
                                                            major philosophical and scientific achievements     3459 101      4:00PM-5:20PM      MW
        Fees: $10.00.                                                                                              Fees: $10.00.
                                                            on dramatic material. This course is writing in-
     EVENING:                                               tensive.
     1803 151     7:30PM-10:20PM      TH
                                                                Also listed as THET-209
        Fees: $10.00.
                                                                PRQ: ENGL-121
     WEEKEND:
     7404 160     9:00AM-11:40AM      S
        Fees: $10.00.


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ENGL-215         Advanced Creative                      ENGL-225          Introduction to World             ENGL-230         Technical Writing
                 Writing (3 credits)                                      Literature (3 credits)                             (3 credits)
Advanced Creative Writing is designed for               Introduction to World Literature examines a va-     This intensive online writing class provides an
those students who have mastered fundamental            riety of texts from antiquity to modern times of-   introduction to technical and professional com-
elements of creative writing. Students write in         fering students an opportunity to study major       munication. In an interactive workshop format,
at least one of the following literary genres: po-      literary works in the context of their cultural     students learn to think critically about the in-
etry, short story or drama. They are encouraged         values and historical periods. Students apply       formative, persuasive, and ethical dimensions of
to draw on their backgrounds and experience             basic terminology and devices for interpreting      their writing. They study rhetorical principles
to shape their writing. This course differs from        and analyzing literature while focusing on a va-    and apply them to an array of assignments
ENGL-115 in terms of proficiency expected; stu-         riety of genres. They also work with critical       from brief memos to formal proposals. In ad-
dents of advanced creative writing are expect-          reading strategies and literary criticism. This     dition, students learn how to adapt their writing
ed to achieve a higher level of proficiency             course is writing intensive.                        process to rapidly changing communication
and/or be further along in their work.                       PRQ: ENGL-121.                                 technologies, how to effectively write in a col-
    PRQ: ENGL-115                                       DAY:                                                laborative setting, and how to connect with a
EVENING:                                                5912 101     2:00PM-3:20PM      MW                  specific audience. (While this class is appro-
1146 150     6:30PM-9:20PM       T                         Fees: $10.00.                                    priate for all majors, it is especially helpful for
   Fees: $10.00.                                        ONLINE:                                            those students enrolled in the Computer Sci-
                                                        1156 N190 -                                         ence/Internet Technologies major.)
                                                           A basic understanding of and access to           ONLINE:
ENGL-217         The English Bible as                      the Internet and WWW browsing capability         1746 N190 -
                 Literature (3 credits)                    are required. After you have registered for      1764 N191
                                                           this course, please go to the HCC                   A basic understanding of and access to
The English Bible as Literature studies the King
                                                           Homepage. Under the heading Academics,              the Internet and WWW browsing capability
James version of the English Bible as literature,
                                                           click on the link for Distance and                  are required. After you have registered for
providing necessary background to understand
                                                           Alternative Learning. Please read the               this course, please go to the HCC
the books of the Bible in historical and cultur-
                                                           information under the heading                       Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
al context, including the questions of author-
                                                           “Information for Online Students.”                  click on the link for Distance and
ship, canonization, and translation. The course
                                                           Fees: $30.00.                                       Alternative Learning. Please read the
also emphasizes the types of literature to be
                                                                                                               information under the heading
found in the Bible, including narrative, poetry,        ROUSE SCHOLARS:
                                                        3440 R101 9:30AM-10:50AM        T                      “Information for Online Students.”
biography, history, epistolary writing, wisdom
literature, prophetic literature, and apocalyptic            R102 9:30AM-10:50AM        TH
literature. In addition, the course explores the           Sections R101 and R102 are only available        ENGL-250         Shakespeare From Page
influence the Bible has had on other literature            to ROUSE SCHOLARS. These sections are
and on different disciplines, such as art, music,          Hybrid.                                                           to Stage (3 credits)
film, and contemporary popular culture. This               A Hybrid course is an ideal combination          Shakespeare from Page to Stage focuses on
course is writing intensive.                               of classroom interaction with the use of         reading, analyzing and interpreting Shake-
     PRQ: ENGL-121.                                        online resources. Because so many of the         speare’s plays as literary texts; understanding
                                                           course interactions are conducted online,        them as products of specific historical, cultural
DAY:
5923 150     6:00PM-7:20PM       MW                        the amount of class meeting time is half         and artistic currents, and as performance text
   Fees: $10.00.                                           that of the traditional onsite version of the    meant for production. Emphasis is given to the
                                                           course. Students may use computers in            process that transforms literary text through pro-
                                                           the campus computer labs or use their            duction, informed by literary and theatrical ele-
ENGL-221         Writing for TV and Radio                  home computers with Internet access to           ments. This course is writing intensive.
                 (3 credits)                               complete online course activities. See              Also listed as THET-250.
                                                           www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                  PRQ: ENGL-121
This course focuses on a basic approach to the             information including complete technical
different kinds of writing done for all types of                                                            DAY:
                                                           specifications for Hybrid and online             1032 101     2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH
television and radio programs. Students en-                courses.
rolled in this class will learn to write using stan-                                                           Fees: $20.00.
                                                           Fees: $10.00.
dard and accepted broadcast script formats.                                                                                        KEY
Treatments, drafts and full scripts for a variety
of program types will be explored in this class.                                                             COURSE #
    Also listed as MASS-221.
    PRQ: ENGL-121                                                                                            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
EVENING:                                                                                                              Chemistry I (4 credits)
3937 150     7:30PM-10:20PM      M                                                                           Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                             mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                             1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                             INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                              NO.
                                                                                                             SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                             student schedules.



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     ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                     sustainable entrepreneurship, a manageable
                                                          process that can be applied across careers and
                                                                                                              with the services and curricula offered by the
                                                                                                              CEBE.
                                                          work settings. It focuses on building entrepre-     OPEN ENTRY:Â
     ENTR-101        Entrepreneurship and                 neurial attitudes and behaviors that will lead to   8509 050   -
                                                          creative solutions within community and orga-          This course is offered through the Center
                     Creativity (3 credits)               nizational environments. Course topics include         for Entrepreneurial and Business
     This interdisciplinary course is designed to in-     the history of entrepreneurship, the role of en-       Excellence. Prior to registering, students
     troduce students to the concept of sustainable       trepreneurs and intrapreneurs in the 21st cen-         will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
     entrepreneurship, a manageable process that          tury global economy, and the identification of         518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
     can be applied across careers and work set-          entrepreneurial opportunities. The elements of         arrange meeting days and times, have a
     tings. It focuses on building entrepreneurial at-    creative problem-solving, the development of a         written business concept prepared, and
     titudes and behaviors that will lead to creative     business concept/model and feasibility study,          must be starting their business in real
     solutions within community and organizational        and the social/moral/ethical implications of en-       time. This course is offered on an open
     environments. Course topics include the histo-       trepreneurship will be incorporated.         This      entry basis which means that the class is
     ry of entrepreneurship, the role of entrepre-        course is directed toward forging views of en-         offered throughout the semester. Your
     neurs and intrapreneurs in the 21st century          trepreneurship and intrapreneurship as they op-        hours can vary week to week and you
     global economy, and the identification of en-        erate in today's world. Credit will only be            will have the opportunity to arrange those
     trepreneurial opportunities. The elements of         granted for one of the following: ENTR-100 or          hours with the Director and your business
     creative problem-solving, the development of a       ENTR-101.                                              coach.
     business concept/model and feasibility study,            PRQ: ENGL-121. ENTR-120: This second-              Fees: $25.00.
     and the social/moral/ethical implications of en-         level course is designed to prepare business
     trepreneurship will be incorporated. This course         students and others to succeed in the new,
     is directed toward forging views of entrepre-            global economy by teaching them to think        ENTR-103        Starting Your Own
     neurship and intrapreneurship as they operate            and act like entrepreneurs. Students will                       Business I (3 credits)
     in today’s world. Credit will only be granted for        learn the skills required to launch and man-
                                                                                                              ENTR-103 provides the entrepreneur with a
     one of the following: ENTR-100 or ENTR-101.              age new ventures, within or outside of the
                                                                                                              guide through the process of business start up
         PRQ: ENGL-121                                        corporate environment. Case studies, virtual
                                                                                                              or enhancement. Following the completion of
     DAY:                                                     enterprises, simulations, and interaction
                                                                                                              the ENTR-103, the entrepreneur will bring the
     5552   001   8:00AM-9:20AM      MW                       with local entrepreneurs will allow students
                                                                                                              business to successful launch or have discov-
     7287   002   9:30AM-10:50AM     MW                       to practice and refine their entrepreneurial
                                                                                                              ered ways to improve the existing business.
     1501   003   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH                      skills. Course topics include recognizing
     3625   004   11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH
                                                                                                              Goals and progress toward goals are reviewed
                                                              opportunity and risk, developing a business
     8990   005   2:00PM-3:20PM      TTH                                                                      with changes made as needed. The entrepre-
                                                              model, securing resources, managing the
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                         neur participates in networking with other busi-
                                                              new venture, ethical issues, and planning
                                                                                                              nesses and resources. The entrepreneur uses
     EVENING:                                                 for growth and change.
     8989 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      W
                                                                                                              these resources to enhance business opportu-
                                                              Classes will be taught over four weekends
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                         nities.
                                                              with one full Saturday at the start, 1/29/11,
                                                                                                                  PRQ: ENTR-102.
     HYBRID:_                                                 9am-4pm and one half day Saturday at the
     5868 C001 9:30AM-10:50AM        F                        end, 5/7/11, 9am-1pm. These classes will        OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                                                                              8510 001   -
        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination               meet the following weekends: 3/11-3/13,
        of classroom interaction with the use of              3/25-3/27, 4/8-4/10, 4/29-5/1.                     This course is offered through the Center
        online resources. Because so many of the              When registering by phone, both four-digit         for Entrepreneurial and Business
        course interactions are conducted online,             course ID numbers will be requested.               Excellence. Prior to registering, students
        the amount of class meeting time is half              Please, no substitutions in combination            will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
        that of the traditional onsite version of the         classes.                                           518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
        course. Students may use computers in                                                                    arrange meeting days and times, have a
                                                          WEEKEND:                                               written business concept prepared, and
        the campus computer labs or use their             5206 L060    9:00AM-4:00PM      S
        home computers with Internet access to                                                                   must be starting their business in real
                                                          5207         6:00PM-8:00PM      F
        complete online course activities. See                         9:00AM-5:00PM      S                      time. This course is offered on an open
        www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                             8:00AM-2:00PM      SU                     entry basis which means that the class is
        information including complete technical                       9:00AM-1:00PM      S                      offered throughout the semester. Your
        specifications for Hybrid and online                 Fees: $55.00                                        hours can vary week to week and you
        courses.                                                                                                 will have the opportunity to arrange those
        Fees: $20.00.                                                                                            hours with the Director and your business
                                                          ENTR-102          Entrepreneurial                      coach.
     EXPRESS:
     5554 P001    9:30AM-12:20PM     MW
                                                                            Assessment (1 credit)                Fees: $50.00.
        ENTR 101-P001 meets 1/31/11-3/16/11.              This course is a guided process that establish-
        Fees: $20.00.                                     es a link between the entrepreneur and the          ENTR-104        Business Plan
                                                          Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excel-
                                                          lence (CEBE). The entrepreneur will be able to                      Development (3 credits)
     ENTR-101/120 Entrepreneurship and                    identify the needs and goals of his existing or     In this course the entrepreneur participates in
                 Creativity/                              proposed business and determine the status of       a series of three modules that are critical com-
                                                          development and operation. An assessment re-        ponents of a business plan. The entrepreneur
                 Entrepreneurship in                                                                          will examine the industry that incorporates their
                                                          port will develop from initial input from the en-
                 Practice (6 Credits)                     trepreneur to the business coach. Based on          business and will look at potential forces that
     ENTR-101: This interdisciplinary course is de-       recommendations, the entrepreneur will analyze      may impact the success of their business. They
     signed to introduce students to the concept of       methods and pathways to pursue in accord            will examine the customer base and competi-



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tion. They will discuss how to produce revenue      during the school year. All of the work (except     er business which cultivates intrapreneurship.
and growth and will examine the financial sit-      tests) may be done outside of class if student      The essential elements of this course revolve
uation, with a projection of the company’s fi-      has compatible software. Credit will only be        around recognizing new opportunities for en-
nancial future.                                     granted for one of the following: ENTR-154 or       trepreneurial activities, developing successful
    PRQ: ENTR-102.                                  ENTR-205.                                           methods of perceiving such endeavors, and se-
OPEN ENTRY:Â                                        OPEN ENTRY:Â                                        lecting mechanisms needed to analyze the
5663 001   -                                        5711 001   -                                        strengths and weaknesses of a new or evolving
   This course is offered through the Center           This class in the Office Technology              entrepreneurial venture.
   for Entrepreneurial and Business                    classroom, Rm. DH301 (443-518-4876),is           HYBRID:_
   Excellence. Prior to registering, students          offered on an open-entry basis, which            8992 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM          T
   will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-            means that you may attend class any of              A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
   518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                  the days and times listed below. You may            of classroom interaction with the use of
   arrange meeting days and times, have a              vary your hours from week to week,                  online resources. Because so many of the
   written business concept prepared, and              attend class as often as you wish, and              course interactions are conducted online,
   must be starting their business in real             finish this course early. You may do all of         the amount of class meeting time is half
   time. This course is offered on an open             the work for this course at home. You               that of the traditional onsite version of the
   entry basis which means that the class is           must come to the college once (during               course. Students may use computers in
   offered throughout the semester. Your               the days and hours listed below) to take            the campus computer labs or use their
   hours can vary week to week and you                 a written test that has a deadline for              home computers with Internet access to
   will have the opportunity to arrange those          completion. There are assignments in this           complete online course activities. See
   hours with the Director and your business           course that also have deadlines for                 www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
   coach.                                              completion. During the times below, an              information including complete technical
   Fees: $50.00.                                       instructor will be available to help you            specifications for Hybrid and online
                                                       one-on-one. This course requires about 40-          courses.
                                                       50 hours to complete.                               Fees: $35.00.
ENTR-120        Entrepreneurship in                    Monday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50
                Practice (3 credits)                   Tuesday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3
                                                       Wednesday 8 to 3; Night: 6:00 to 7:50            ENTR-215         Taking Innovation to
This second-level course is designed to prepare
business students and others to succeed in the         Thursday 8 to 12:30; 1:30 to 3; Night: 6:00                       Market (3 credits)
new, global economy by teaching them to think          to 7:50                                          Students will work in peer teams under the
and act like entrepreneurs. Students will learn        Friday 8 to 12                                   guidance of entrepreneurial mentors to com-
the skills required to launch and manage new           Fees: $20.00.                                    plete the facets of developing innovations. Stu-
ventures, within or outside of the corporate en-                                                        dents will learn the phases of transforming
vironment. Case studies, virtual enterprises,       ENTR-205          eBay and Other Online             innovation to the business world. This will in-
simulations, and interaction with local entre-                                                          clude identifying, assessing, marketing, and de-
preneurs will allow students to practice and re-                      Auction Tools (3 credits)         termining licensure of innovations. Students will
fine their entrepreneurial skills. Course topics    This course serves as an introduction to online     examine real-life technology overviews prepared
include recognizing opportunity and risk, devel-    auctioneering by utilizing various online auc-      by participating research labs and work with
oping a business model, securing resources,         tioneering websites as businesses tools.            team members, inventors, and mentors to take
managing the new venture, ethical issues, and       Through a comprehensive exploration of the          an innovation to the marketplace. Through
planning for growth and change.                     online auction process, students will learn         these processes, team work, decision-making,
DAY:                                                about various auction strategies for the purpose    and analyses will be prime areas of learning.
3626 001    11:00AM-12:20PM    TTH                  of purchasing and selling goods online. This        EVENING:
   Fees: $35.00.                                    will enable students to determine which online      4983 050     7:30PM-10:20PM      W
EVENING:                                            auction strategies and techniques work best for        Fees: $25.00.
1376 050    6:00PM-9:00PM      TH                   their specific area of product interest. Students
   Fees: $35.00.                                    will employ supplemental online auction tools
                                                    as aids in this web-based business format. Stu-
EXPRESS:
5559 P001   9:30AM-12:20PM     MW                   dents will examine, use, and evaluate core
   ENTR-120-P001 meets 3/21/11-5/11/11.             business concepts such marketing, sales, in-
   Fees: $35.00.                                    ventory management, and finance and trace the                              KEY
                                                    impacts that these components have when op-
                                                                                                         COURSE #
                                                    erating as an online auction business. Credit
ENTR-154        Introduction to eBay                will only be granted for one of the following:
                (1 credit)                          ENTR-154 or ENTR-205.                                CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                    EVENING:                                                      Chemistry I (4 credits)
This course serves as an introduction to online     7291 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      M                    Emphasis on solving problems involving
auctioneering using eBay.com. After successful
                                                                                                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
completion of this course, the student will be
                                                                                                          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
able to understand effective bidding strategies     ENTR-210          Developing Business                1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
when purchasing items as well as how to max-
imize opportunity for success in selling items
                                                                      Opportunities and Plans            1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

listed for sale on eBay.com. Familiarity with a                       (3 credits)                        INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
computer, the Internet, and email skills are        This course provides basic information and            NO.
strongly recommended before enrolling in this       skills needed by students who wish to develop        SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
course. This course may be completed in fewer       their own small business, who currently work         Please note room assignments will be printed on
than 14 weeks and may be started at any time        in such an operation, or who function in a larg-     student schedules.



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     ENTR-220         Financing Entrepreneurial             ENVIRONMENTAL                                       proving the athlete’s performance and well-
                                                                                                                being will be examined. The principles of
                      Operations (3 credits)
     This course is designed to improve the poten-
                                                            SCIENCE                                             coaching will be covered where the student will
                                                                                                                develop a personal coaching philosophy and
     tial for entrepreneurial success by increasing                                                             style. A balanced approach to coaching will be
     skills and knowledge of three basic elements:          ENST-233         Introduction to                    emphasized
     starting an entrepreneurial enterprise, sustaining                      Environmental Health               EVENING:
     it, and facilitating its growth. Students will have                                                        1188 350     7:30PM-10:20PM     W
                                                                             (3 credits)
     the opportunity to receive feedback from an in-
     dustry panel. Students are expected to exit the        This course examines the impact that environ-
     course with the knowledge and skill to apply           mental factors such as air, water, and food         EXSC-150         Sport and Society
     for funds.                                             have on human health and well-being, and how                         (3 credits)
                                                            people influence the quality of their environ-
     HYBRID:_                                                                                                   Sport will be related to social processes and
                                                            ment. Students will learn about how human
     8991 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM          M                                                                         problems. The impact of sport on social insti-
        A Hybrid course is an ideal combination             evolution and prosperity results in challenges
                                                                                                                tutions is included.
        of classroom interaction with the use of            associated with pollution, overpopulation, health
                                                            economics, environmental policy, and other is-      DAY:
        online resources. Because so many of the                                                                2615 301     12:30PM-1:50PM     TTH
        course interactions are conducted online,           sues. Environmental health tools, such as epi-
                                                                                                                7493 302     9:00AM-11:50AM     F
        the amount of class meeting time is half            demiology, toxicology, policy, and regulation
        that of the traditional onsite version of the       will be applied to current issues of concern.
        course. Students may use computers in                    Also listed as PUBH-233                        EXSC-200         Care and Prevention of
        the campus computer labs or use their               EVENING:                                                             Athletic Injuries
        home computers with Internet access to              8280 550     7:30PM-10:20PM     W
                                                            HYBRID:_
                                                                                                                                 (3 credits)
        complete online course activities. See
        www.howardcc.edu/distance for more                  5539 C501 12:30PM-1:50PM        TH                  This course is designed to introduce the nec-
        information including complete technical               A Hybrid course is an ideal combination          essary skills and competencies required for
        specifications for Hybrid and online                   of classroom interaction with the use of         treatment of basic athletic injuries. This course
        courses.                                               online resources. Because so many of the         will include the study of modern theories and
        Fees: $35.00.                                          course interactions are conducted online,        principles of athletic training mechanisms as
                                                               the amount of class meeting time is half         well as the nature and causes of the most com-
                                                               that of the traditional onsite version of the    mon sports-related injuries.
     ENTR-903         Starting Your Own                        course. Students may use computers in            DAY:
                      Business II (3 credits)                  the campus computer labs or use their            8037 301     1:00PM-4:20PM      T
                                                               home computers with Internet access to              Fees: $20.00.
     ENTR-903 provides an intermediate level of en-
                                                               complete online course activities. See
     trepreneurial development. This course intro-
                                                               www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
     duces skills required to enhance a young,
                                                               information including complete technical         EXSC-209         Sport and Exercise
     growing business. Individual personal and busi-
     ness goals are set at the beginning of the
                                                               specifications for Hybrid and online                              Nutrition (3 credits)
                                                               courses.                                         This course will apply the basic nutritional the-
     course and progress is reviewed with changes
     made as necessary. Upon completion of ENTR-                                                                ories, principles, and concepts to participation
     903, the entrepreneur will have measurable im-                                                             in fitness and sports activities. The require-
     provement in business outcomes. Prerequisite:
     ENTR-103
                                                            EXERCISE SCIENCE                                    ments necessary for participation and perform-
                                                                                                                ance enhancement for all levels of athletic and
     OPEN ENTRY:Â
                                                                                                                exercise performance will be examined. Stu-
     3818 001   -
                                                            EXSC-100         Introduction to Physical           dents will learn to apply the various sports nu-
        This course is offered through the Center                            Education (1 credit)               trition concepts for recreational to elite level
        for Entrepreneurial and Business                                                                        athletes. Course content includes energy sys-
                                                            This course is designed to present the basic
        Excellence. Prior to registering, students                                                              tems, hydration, pre-and post-event nutrition, er-
                                                            concepts and physical skills necessary for basic
        will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-                                                                gogenic aids, weight management and body
                                                            instruction of movement activities at the ele-
        518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                                                                      composition issues of athletes, ergogenic aids.
                                                            mentary education level. The student will par-
        arrange meeting days and times, have a              ticipate in and develop leadership skills for       ONLINE:
        written business concept prepared, and                                                                  5210 N090
                                                            instructing such activities.
        must be starting their business in real                                                                    A basic understanding of and access to
                                                            EVENING:                                               the Internet and WWW browsing capability
        time. This course is offered on an open             2618 350     5:30PM-7:25PM      W
        entry basis which means that the class is                        5:30PM-7:25PM      W
                                                                                                                   are required. After you have registered for
        offered throughout the semester. Your                  This class meets for 7 weeks beginning              this course, please go to the HCC
        hours can vary week to week and you                    March 23, 2011.                                     Homepage. Under the heading Academics,
        will have the opportunity to arrange those                                                                 click on the link for Distance and
        hours with the Director and your business                                                                  Alternative Learning. Please read the
        coach.                                              EXSC-120         Introduction to Sports                information under the heading
        Fees: $50.00.                                                        Coaching (3 credits)                  “Information for Online Students.”
                                                                                                                   Fees: $30.00.
                                                            Introduction to Athletic Coaching will provide
                                                            information on the sport sciences, including
                                                            anatomy, physiology, psychology, biomechan-
                                                            ics, and skill acquisition, which are vital for
                                                            coaches in a range of sports. Methods for im-


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EXSC-210         Sport and Exercise                    FARS-102          Elementary Farsi II                ONLINE:
                                                                                                            7139 W990
                 Psychology (3 credits)                                  (4 credits)                           This online course incorporates the video
This course will provide the student with the          Farsi 102 is a continuation of beginning Farsi.         and print materials of a professionally
opportunity to study human behavior in sport           Students continue to develop the four basic lan-        produced telecourse. Course videos are
and exercise settings. It is designed to provide       guage skills, particularly oral communication.          cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
the student with information about research in         Students will look inside the cultures of the           videostreamed from the HCC library
the field of sport psychology as well as practi-       Farsi speaking world. They will develop a proj-         homepage to individual student computers.
cal knowledge to become a more effective fit-          ect that reflects personal goals for learning           Tape rental is also an option. After you
ness instructor, athlete, athletic administrator,      Farsi.                                                  have registered for this course, please go
physical educator, personal trainer, or coach. It      DAY:                                                    to the HCC Homepage. Under the heading
will examine theories of individual personality        6206 101     3:30PM-5:20PM      TTH                     Academics, click on the link for Distance
and explore the social phenomenon associated              Lab included. Please do not register for a           and Alternative Learning. Please read the
with sport participation.                                 separate lab.                                        information under the heading
EVENING:                                                  Fees: $25.00.                                        “Information for Online Students.”
3939 350     7:30PM-10:20PM      M                                                                             Fees: $45.00.
                                                                                                            HYBRID:_

EXSC-230         Philosophy of the Martial             FILM                                                 4565 C701
                                                                                                            7379 C702
                                                                                                                         3:30PM-5:00PM
                                                                                                                         12:30PM-2:00PM
                                                                                                                                             M
                                                                                                                                             TH
                 Arts (3 credits)                                                                           5878 C703    9:30AM-11:00AM      F
                                                                                                            5448 C750    5:00PM-6:30PM       T
This course will examine the philosophical             FILM-101          Introduction to Film                  This is a Hybrid course that combines
bases of the martial arts of the world, includ-                          (3 credits)                           class interaction with an extensive use of
ing those of Ancient Greece and Rome, South-                                                                   online resources. Class meeting time is
east Asia, East Asia, Africa, South America,           This course is an introduction to the history of
                                                       film as well as to the vocabulary and analytical        half that of traditional classes. Students
Europe, and North America. The impact various                                                                  may use computers in the computer labs
philosophical systems have had on the devel-           skills with which to approach the study of mo-
                                                       tion pictures. The course will examine film             or use their home computers with Internet
opment of the martial arts will be investigated.                                                               access to complete the online course
Conversely, the influence martial arts may have        form, style, and industry practices through read-
                                                       ings, film screenings, and discussions, learning        activities. Additionally there will be
had on the development of the philosophical                                                                    required screening labs to watch films.
systems themselves will be reviewed.                   to watch films with the goals of critical think-
                                                       ing, thoughtful discussion, and interpretive writ-      Fees: $10.00.
HYBRID:_                                               ing.
5204 C301 9:30AM-10:50AM         W
   This course is presented as a Hybrid                DAY:                                                 FILM-172         Introduction to World
                                                       5172 701     12:30PM-3:30PM     M
   course, a combination of classroom                                                                                        Cinema (3 credits)
                                                          Fees: $10.00.
   interaction with the use of online
                                                       EVENING:                                             This course will focus on the thematic and
   resources. Students may use computers in
                                                       6022 750     6:30PM-9:30PM      W                    technical concerns of great European and
   the Nursing Study Lab, campus computer
                                                          Fees: $10.00.                                     Asian directors from the Soviet Eisenstein’s
   lab, or their home computer with Internet
                                                                                                            ground-breaking ideas about editing in the
   access to complete online course
                                                                                                            1920’s to Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s founding
   activities. See www.howardcc.edu/distance           FILM-139          Principles of Film and             of the New German Cinema in the 1970’s.
   for technical specifications for home
                                                                         Media Production                   Films from Japan, Italy, France, Sweden, Brazil
   computers.
                                                                                                            and India will be featured.
                                                                         (3 credits)
                                                                                                            DAY:
                                                       This course is an interdisciplinary study of film    7501 701     12:30PM-3:30PM      T
FARSI                                                  and media production. Emphasis is on the
                                                       overview of the various types of media pro-
                                                                                                               Fees: $10.00.
                                                       duction a film/video student could pursue in
FARS-101         Elementary Farsi I                    the commercial, corporate, or artistic world.
                 (4 credits)                               Also listed as MASS-139
In this introductory course, students learn to lis-    DAY:                                                                        KEY
                                                       5874 701     2:00PM-4:50PM      TH
ten, speak, write and read at a beginning level.                                                             COURSE #
                                                          Fees: $10.00.
They also learn about the diverse cultures of
the Farsi-speaking world. Students will become
familiar with the Farsi script and sound system,                                                             CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                       FILM-171          Introduction to American                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
develop a working vocabulary, and learn rudi-
mentary grammatical concepts.                                            Cinema (3 credits)                  Emphasis on solving problems involving
DAY:                                                   After viewing a wide variety of selected films        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
4954 101     3:30PM-5:20PM       MW                    the student should be able to demonstrate              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Lab included. Please do not register for a          knowledge of aesthetic principles as they apply       1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                       to the film as an art medium.                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
   separate lab.
   Fees: $25.00.                                                                                             INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                              NO.
                                                                                                             SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                             Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                             student schedules.



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      FILM-211         African Film (3 credits)              FILM-910          Film Noir (3 credits)                ONLINE:
                                                                                                                    3993 N090 -
      This course is an interdisciplinary study of var-      This course will explore the literary and cine-           A basic understanding of and access to
      ious African societies and cultures through the        matic world of film noir. A critical term that            the internet and WWW browsing capability
      medium of film. The aim of the course is to            refers to certain American films of the 1940s             are required. After you have registered, go
      show the interconnection between artistic ex-          and 1950s and to American detective fiction of            to the Distance Learning Homepage on
      pression and the historical, social, and cultural      the same period, so called roman noir. The                the HCC homepage and click on the link
      realities within various African countries from        class will examine classic, cinematic examples            “Registered Online Students” for important
      the 1920’s to the present.                             of the genre of film noir, read a number of               information about your course.
      EVENING:                                               canonical detective novels, and investigate the           Fees: $30.00.
      5446 750     6:00PM-9:00PM       M                     historical context out of which the fiction and
                                                                                                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
         Fees: $10.00.                                       films emerged. The class will explore how film         8159 M060 6:00PM-10:30PM        F
                                                             noire translated the literary conventions of the                  8:30AM-5:45PM        S
                                                             detective novel are translated into the language          Section M060 meets Fri and Sat, March
      FILM-212         The Films of Alfred                   of cinema and are transformed. The course will            11-12; March 25-26 and April 8-9, 2011.
                       Hitchcock (3 credits)                 reconstruct the historical context out of which           Fees: $15.00.
                                                             American detective fiction and film noir mate-
      This course is an introduction to the films of                                                                EXPRESS:
                                                             rialized.
      Alfred Hitchcock. Students will view a variety of                                                             5561 P060    8:30AM-2:20PM      S
      Hitchcock’s films which span his career from           DAY:                                                      FNPL-101-P060 meets 1/29/11-3/12/11.
      Easy Virtue in 1928 to Family Plot in 1976. Sup-       9244 701      9:00AM-12:00PM     M                        Students taking this course can also take
      plemental videos will present some of Hitch-              Fees: $10.00.                                          FNPL-108-P060 which meets 3/19/11-
      cock’s working practices and examples of his                                                                     4/30/11.
      work in TV. Readings will include critical analy-      FILM-920          Lives of the Artists on                 Fees: $15.00.
      ses.
                                                                               Film (3 credits)
      DAY:                                                                                                          FNPL-105         Financial Planning for
      5182 701     12:30PM-3:30PM      W                     Giorgio Vasari’s Medieval sourcebook Lives of
         Fees: $10.00.                                       the Artists traced the flowering of the Renais-                         Young Adults (3 credits)
                                                             sance through colorful and detailed written por-       This course is designed, in general, for those
                                                             traits of the most representative figures of Italian   under 30 years of age who are interested in
      FILM-214         The Art of the                        art across three centuries. Today, the ties be-        learning how to plan for a financially secure fu-
                       Documentary (3 credits)               tween great artists and motion pictures tend to        ture by practical applications in the following
                                                             transcend the artist and his masterpieces from         areas: money management, spending and sav-
      This course explores the history of documen-
                                                             their two-dimensional canvas confines into the         ing plans, credit/debt management, and invest-
      tary film by considering major directors, aes-
                                                             conscious popularity of the general public. This       ing for the future.
      thetics, and social contexts. The purpose of this
                                                             course is an introduction into the historic and
      course is to acquaint students with a history of                                                              DAY:
                                                             cinematic world of several artists from
      the development of documentary film from its                                                                  5871 001     11:00AM-12:20PM    MW
                                                             Michelangelo to Frida Kahlo. The course con-
      roots in 19th-century art forms to its role in cur-                                                           HYBRID:_
                                                             sists of lectures, viewing films, discussions, and
      rent events, to examine various styles and                                                                    1499 C050 6:00PM-7:20PM         TH
                                                             journaling.
      techniques of documentary and to analyze the                                                                     A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
                                                                  Also listed as ARTT-920.
      contribution of the documentary as a persua-                                                                     of classroom interaction with the use of
      sive means of communication to achieve social          DAY:                                                      online resources. Because so many of the
      and political goals.                                   5854 701      2:00PM-5:00PM      M                        course interactions are conducted online,
                                                                Fees: $10.00.                                          the amount of class meeting time is half
      DAY:
      5447 701     2:30PM-5:30PM       TH                                                                              that of the traditional onsite version of the
         Fees: $10.00.                                                                                                 course. Students may use computers in
                                                             FINANCIAL PLANNING                                        the campus computer labs or use their
                                                                                                                       home computers with Internet access to
      FILM-217         History of Science Fiction                                                                      complete online course activities. See
                       Film (3 credits)                      FNPL-101          Personal Financial                      www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
      Science fiction movies have entertained us,                              Planning Principles                     information including complete technical
                                                                                                                       specifications for Hybrid and online
      frightened us, and made us think of all kinds                            (3 credits)                             courses.
      of possible problems and opportunities in the
                                                             This course presents an overview of the finan-
      universe. This course will look at the history of
                                                             cial planning process: insurance and investment
      such films and will include some of the un-                                                                   FNPL-108         Financial Planning for
                                                             decisions, income tax, retirement and estate
      derlying themes about society and politics. We
                                                             planning.                                                               Retirement (3 credits)
      will watch, discuss, and research some of the
      most serious–and some of the silliest–sci-fi films     DAY:                                                   This course is designed to deliver an under-
                                                             5870 001      2:00PM-3:20PM      MW                    standing of the fundamental elements used to
      produced.
                                                                Fees: $15.00.                                       design a retirement plan strategy. Students will
      DAY:
      9245 701     3:30PM-6:30PM       W                                                                            learn to review an individual financial situation,
         Fees: $10.00.                                                                                              develop financial goals for retirement and ap-
                                                                                                                    propriate means to achieve those goals, and to
                                                                                                                    identify and manage the various risks to that
                                                                                                                    plan during the accumulation and payout phas-
                                                                                                                    es. ‘Decoding’ of Social Security, Medicare/
                                                                                                                    Medicaid, and lifestyle choice options will also


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be included. The emotional, relationship-chang-
ing impact of the retirement decision will also      FINE ARTS                                            DAY:
                                                                                                          5434 701     12:30PM-1:50PM      TTH
be explored.                                                                                                 SECTION 701: THE MAJOR MOVEMENTS
    PRQ: FNPL-101.                                                                                           OF 19TH-21ST CENTURY PAINTING,
                                                     FINE-101          Humanities Through the                SCULPTURE, PRINTMAKING AND MIXED
EXPRESS:
9212 P060    8:30AM-2:20PM      S                                      Arts (3 credits)                      MEDIA IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED
   FNPL-108-P060 meets 3/19/11-4/30/11.              In this course, the humanities are approached           STATES. Note: This section is also listed
   Students taking this course can also take         through a study of nine major arts: film, dance,        as ARTT-122-701.
   FNPL 101-P060 which meets 1/29/11-                music, literature, photography, painting, theatre,   1189   702   2:00PM-3:20PM       TTH
   3/12/11.                                          sculpture, and architecture. Each of these arts         SECTION 702: THE MAJOR MOVEMENTS
                                                     is considered from the perspectives of art;             OF 19TH-21ST CENTURY PAINTING,
                                                     meaning and form expressed; and criticism or            SCULPTURE, PRINTMAKING AND MIXED
FNPL-201        Investment Analysis and              critical evaluation.                                    MEDIA IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED
                Portfolio Selection                                                                          STATES. Note: This section is also listed
                                                     DAY:
                                                     1190 701     9:30AM-10:50AM     MW
                                                                                                             as ARTT-122-702.
                (3 credits)                                                                               3444   703   9:00AM-11:50AM      W
                                                     7376 702     9:00AM-10:20AM     TTH
Upon successful completion of this course, the       1192 703     9:00AM-11:50AM     W                       SECTION 703: AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL-
student will be familiar with a wide variety of         Fees: $20.00.                                        ARTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION.
financial investments: long-term securities;                                                                 From Yosemite National Park to the
                                                     EVENING:
stocks and bonds; limited income securities;         0268 750     7:00PM-9:50PM      T
                                                                                                             Chesapeake Bay, see how artists—poets,
treasury bills; and mutual funds. An overview of     1191 751     5:00PM-6:20PM      TTH                     painters, photographers, filmmakers,
analytical techniques, construction of an invest-    4563 752     6:30PM-9:20PM      W                       architects, Green designers, cartoonists,
ment portfolio and tax considerations will be           Fees: $20.00.                                        commercial artists, songwriters, and
presented as well.                                   WEEKEND:
                                                                                                             composers—influence environmental issues.
                                                                                                          5879   704   10:30AM-1:20PM      F
EVENING:                                             6135 760     10:00AM-12:50PM    S
1423 050     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                      Fees: $20.00.                                        SECTION 705: THE BEAUTY OF THE
                                                                                                             LINE. This course explores the beauty of
   Fees: $15.00.                                     ONLINE:                                                the line in 20th century artistry and
                                                     7689 N630
                                                     7690 N631
                                                                                                             includes, for example, such arts as poetry,
FNPL-206        Banking and Financial                   A basic understanding of and access to               painting, dance, drama and architecture.
                Planning (3 credits)                    the Internet and WWW browsing capability             Fees: $20.00.
                                                        are required. After you have registered for       EVENING:
As an introduction to banking essentials, this                                                            4564 750     7:30PM-10:20PM      M
course will present many aspects of the field,          this course, please go to the HCC
                                                        Homepage. Under the heading Academics,               SECTION 750: AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL-
from legal issues and ethical concerns such as                                                               ARTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION.
privacy, consumer lending, and the role of the          click on the link for Distance and
                                                        Alternative Learning. Please read the                From Yosemite National Park to the
Federal Reserve as agent and bank regulator to                                                               Chesapeake Bay, see how artists—poets,
contemporary concerns such as loan mainte-              information under the heading
                                                        “Information for Online Students.”                   painters, photographers, filmmakers,
nance and foreclosure negotiations. Non-de-                                                                  architects, Green designers, cartoonists,
posit bank services such as investments and             Fees: $30.00.
                                                                                                             commercial artists, songwriters, and
trusts will also be explored.                                                                                composers—influence environmental issues.
    PRQ: BMGT-100 and FNPL-101.                      FINE-102          Arts, Cultures and Ideas              Fees: $20.00.
HYBRID:_
5568 C050 7:30PM-8:50PM         TH                                     (3 credits)
   A Hybrid course is an ideal combination           An interdisciplinary course that introduces how
   of classroom interaction with the use of          the humanities and their arts address ways of
   online resources. Because so many of the          thinking about what is human. The course will
   course interactions are conducted online,         focus on at least three areas of arts and hu-
   the amount of class meeting time is half          manities within an historical period and/or an
   that of the traditional onsite version of the     individual culture, all of which will be deter-
   course. Students may use computers in             mined each semester.
   the campus computer labs or use their                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                                    KEY
   home computers with Internet access to
   complete online course activities. See                                                                  COURSE #
   www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
   information including complete technical                                                                CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   specifications for Hybrid and online                                                                             Chemistry I (4 credits)
   courses.                                                                                                Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                           mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                                                                            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                           1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
                                                                                                           1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH

                                                                                                           INDEX          TIME             DAY(S)
                                                                                                            NO.
                                                                                                           SECTION TYPE & NUMBER
                                                                                                           Please note room assignments will be printed on
                                                                                                           student schedules.



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      ONLINE:                                              FINE-114          History and Culture of
                                                                                                                   DAY:
      0323 N091 5:00PM-6:00PM         M                                                                            1667   101    8:00AM-8:52AM     MW
         A basic understanding of and access to                               Hip-Hop (3 credits)                  1636   102    9:00AM-9:52AM     MW
                                                                                                                   1628   103    10:00AM-10:52AM   MW
         the Internet and WWW browsing capability           This course will expose students to the ele-           5136   105    12:00PM-12:52PM   MW
         are required. After you have registered for        ments of Hip-Hop culture, including graffiti, em-      1625   106    2:00PM-2:52PM     MW
         this course, please go to the HCC                  ceeing, deejaying, and dance forms like                5739   107    8:00AM-8:52AM     TTH
         Homepage. Under the heading Academics,             locking, popping, and b-boying. The influence          1671   108    9:00AM-9:52AM     TTH
         click on the link for Distance and                 of West African culture will be discussed as will      1617   109    10:00AM-10:52AM   TTH
         Alternative Learning. Please read the              Hip-Hop’s American roots, its development and          1889   110    12:00PM-12:52PM   TTH
         information under the heading                                                                             7003   111    1:00PM-1:50PM     TTH
                                                            history, and its influence on American and
                                                                                                                   5431   112    2:00PM-2:52PM     TTH
         “Information for Online Students.” This            world culture.                                         5713   113    3:00PM-4:50PM     M
         course has a mandatory on-campus                       Also listed as DANC-114.                           5714   114    3:00PM-4:50PM     W
         orientation on Saturday, January 29, 2011,         DAY:                                                   1626   E111   1:00PM-1:52PM     MW
         between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time            0556 701     9:30AM-10:50AM      MW                    1693   E112   11:00AM-11:52AM   TTH
         and rm, TBA. Section N091 is also listed              Fees: $20.00.                                          Sections E111 and E112 are specifically
         as ARTT 122 N091.                                                                                            for non-native speaking students. They
      3730   N630 -                                                                                                   meet the same course objectives, but
         Ariadne’s Thread: Following Mythology from         FINE-193          Intro. to Women’s                       provide additional support to ESL students.
         the Ancient Aegean. This section of FINE-                            Studies: Women, Art &                   Permission is required to enroll, so see
         102 focuses on lands anround the Aegean                                                                      your advisor or go to the English Division
         Sea from around 1200 to 800 BCE. Students                            Culture (3 credits)
                                                                                                                      Office(DH-239) to be admitted.
         will look at architecture, painting, sculpture,    An interdisciplinary, team-taught introduction to         Fees: $25.00.
         religion-and especially mythology (King            the ideas and issues central to Women’s Stud-
                                                                                                                   EVENING:
         Minos, Pandora etc.) from several of these         ies and feminism with emphasis on women’s              1890 150      5:30PM-7:20PM     T
         early cultures in order to make connections        art and culture. The course will examine how           9250 151      7:30PM-9:20PM     T
         between these societies and our own. A             women have been represented and how gen-               1690 152      7:30PM-9:20PM     W
         basic understanding of and access to the           der has been constructed in the dominant cul-          1672 153      7:30PM-9:20PM     TH
         Internet and WWW browsing capability are           ture as well as the role of the arts and of               Fees: $25.00.
         required. After you have registered for this       women themselves in developing an alternative          FAST TRACK:
         course, please go to the HCC Homepage.             women’s culture.                                       6097 F645 6:00PM-8:00PM         F
         Under the heading Academics, click on the              Also listed as WMST-193                                        9:00AM-12:30PM      S
         link for Distance and Alternative Learning.            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121                            9:00AM-12:30PM      SU
         Please read the information under the              DAY:                                                      Earn 2 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets
         heading “Information for Online Students.”         4552 701     9:30AM-12:20PM      F                        Fri, Sat, and Sun on Feb 18-20, 25-27;
         Fees: $30.00.                                         Fees: $20.00.                                          March 4-6. Students must purchase
                                                                                                                      textbook prior to first class meeting.
                                                                                                                      Fees: $25.00.
      FINE-103         Introduction to the                                                                         HYBRID:_
                       Creative Arts (3 credits)            FIRST YEAR                                             7397 C901 11:00AM-11:52AM       M
      This course will introduce the students to the        EXPERIENCE                                             9249 C902 11:00AM-11:52AM       W
                                                                                                                      A Hybrid course is an ideal combination
      basic elements, principles, processes, materials,
                                                                                                                      of classroom interaction with the use of
      and inherent artistic qualities of theatre, music,
      dance, and the visual arts. Focus is on experi-
                                                            FYEX-100          First Year Experience                   online resources. Because so many of the
                                                                              (2 credits)                             course interactions are conducted online,
      ential learning using a creative dramatics ap-
                                                                                                                      the amount of class meeting time is half
      proach. The course is geared toward students          First Year Experience 100 engages students in             that of the traditional onsite version of the
      planning to work with elementary-age children         a highly interactive, critical thinking experience        course. Students may use computers in
      as teachers, caregivers, and others specializing      and in a meta-cognitive pursuit to understand             the campus computer labs or use their
      in child development. This course is a require-       themselves as intentional learners and as civic           home computers with Internet access to
      ment for all transfer students pursuing the AAT       and global citizens. Through self-assessment,             complete online course activities. See
      Elementary Education degree.                          reading, writing, and reflection, students devel-         www.howardcc.edu/distance for more
      DAY:                                                  op habits of mind necessary to engage in aca-             information including complete technical
      1187 701     1:00PM-3:50PM      M                     demic inquiry, creative and critical thinking,            specifications for Hybrid and online
      1144 702     1:00PM-3:50PM      T                     and scholarly discourse with integrity and civil-
      5708 703     1:00PM-3:50PM      W                                                                               courses.
                                                            ity; develop their ability to articulate their long-      Fees: $25.00.
         Fees: $30.00.                                      term goals as related to their own beliefs and
                                                                                                                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:
      EVENING:                                              values; and strengthen their capacity to appre-
      7579 750     7:30PM-10:20PM     TH                                                                           7940 M101 8:30AM-11:30AM        MW
                                                            ciate diversity and effective intercultural and in-
         Fees: $30.00.                                                                                                FYEX 100-M101 meets 3/20/11-5/15/11
                                                            terpersonal communication.                             7941   M150 6:30PM-9:30PM       MW
      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER:                                                                                          FYEX 100-M150 meets 3/20/11-5/15/11
      5570 M704 3:15PM-6:15PM         T
                                                                                                                      Fees: $25.00.
         Fees: $30.00.




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                                                                                                             ONLINE:
FRENCH                                                 FREN-202          Intermediate French II
                                                                                                             6090 W630 -
                                                                         (4 credits)                         1473 W631 -
FREN-101         Elementary French I                   Students will produce a mini-project in each of          This online course incorporates the video
                                                       the four skill areas (listening, speaking, writing,      and print materials of a professionally
                 (4 credits)                           and reading) as they master intermediate                 produced telecourse. Course videos are
In this introductory course, students learn to lis-    French.                                                  cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
ten, speak, write and read on a basic level.           DAY:
                                                                                                                videostreamed from the HCC library
They also learn about the diverse cultures of          2427 101     9:00AM-10:50AM      TTH                     homepage to individual student computers.
the French-speaking world.                                Lab included. Please do not register for a            Tape rental is also an option. After you
DAY:                                                      separate lab.                                         have registered for this course, please go
9274 101     1:00PM-2:20PM       MW                       Fees: $25.00.                                         to the HCC Homepage. Under the heading
   Students registered for FREN 101-101 must                                                                    Academics, click on the link for Distance
   also register for a daytime FREN 101 lab.                                                                    and Alternative Learning. Please read the
                                                                                                                information under the heading
   Fees: $25.00.
EVENING:
                                                       GEOGRAPHY                                                “Information for Online Students.” This
2421 150     7:30PM-9:20PM       TTH                                                                            course has a required on-campus
   Lab included. Please do not register for a                                                                   orientation on Saturday, January 29, 2011,
                                                       GEOG-101          Introduction to World                  11:00AM-12:00PM, RM TBA.
   separate lab.
   Fees: $25.00.