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					Summer 2011                                                                                                                                     1
  CREDIT
Schedule of Classes



              Steps to Get You
                                          There from Here...
        Apply for Admission                                                                                                        Pg. 7
  1     Application Procedures            ●   HCC Application Form



        Be Advised                                                                                                                 Pg. 9
  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. 10

        Laurel College Center

        Register for Classes                                                                                                       Pg. 11
  4     Web   ●   Telephone   ●   In-Person       ●   CustomClass Option                ●   Registration Form/Worksheet



        Pay Tuition & Fees                                                                                                         Pg. 16
  5     Cost Calculations     ●   Flexible Payment Plan                   ●   Financial Aid & Scholarships             ●   Veterans’ Benefits



        Get Ready for Class                                                                                                        Pg. 18
  6     Bookstore    ●   Online Shopping         ●    ID   ●    Parking Permit      ●   Maps      ●   Lockers   ●   Child Care



        Succeed & Enjoy!
  7     Academic Support      ●   Counseling & Career Services                      ●   Library   ●   Computer Services
                                                                                                                                   Pg. 20

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



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2                                                                           INDEX

    Admissions Procedures . . . . . . . . . . 7          International Citizens . . . . . . . . . . 7,16      Summer 2011 Credit Classes
    Admissions & Advising. . . . . . . . . . 22          James W. Rouse Scholars. . . . . . . . . 8           Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27,73
    Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9     Kaiser Permanente Wellness Center . . 21             American Sign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Allied Health Admissions Procedures . 10             Kids on Campus Classes. . . . . . . . . 81           Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Application Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7      Laurel College Center. . . . . . . . . . . 69        Arabic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    Application for Admission (form) . . . 101           Learning Assistance Center. . . . . . 20,22          Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
                                                                                                              Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
    Athletics & Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . 21      Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,22
                                                                                                              Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30,73
    Auditing Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,11      Locks and Lockers . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
                                                                                                              Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32,74
    Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,22      Military/Veterans . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,16,17    Cardiovascular Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Cafe on the Quad . . . . . . . . . . . 21,22         Noncredit Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9       Chemistry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Campus Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108          Non-U.S. Citizen . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,16      Chinese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Cashier's Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,22     Notary Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19       CISCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    Childcare Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 19       Once-a-Year Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . 99       Computer Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35,74
    Class Planning Sheet . . . . . . . . . . 107         Online Bookstore Shopping . . . . . . . 18           Computer Aided Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    Clubs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21    Online Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24       Cooperative Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    Collection Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . 16        Open-Entry Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . 25        Criminal Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41,74
    Computer Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,22         Parking Permit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19      Culinary Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
    Computer Services . . . . . . . . . . . . 20         Placement Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9      Dance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
                                                                                                              Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,74
    Continuing Education                                 Planning Sheet, Class . . . . . . . . . . 107
                                                                                                              Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,74
       Workforce Development . . . . . . . 9,22          Records & Registration . . . . . . . . . . 22
                                                                                                              Emergency Medical Services . . . . . . . . . . . 46
    Core Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . 96         Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17     English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46,75
    Counseling & Career Services . . . . 20,22           Registration Form and Worksheet. . . . 13            Entrepreneurship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
    Course Description Listings . . . . . . . 27         Registration, In-Person. . . . . . . . . . . 12      Exercise Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
    CustomClass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,11,15      Registration, Telephone/Web . . . . . . . 12         Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
    Dates and Deadlines. . . . . . . . . . . . 3         Rep Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21     Financial Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50,75
    Disabilities, Services for. . . . . . . . 20,22      Returning Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8       Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
    Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23       Rouse Scholars, James W. . . . . . . . . 8           First Year Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,76
    Dropping Classes (Refunds) . . . . . . . 17          Schoenbrodt, Frederick K. Honors                     French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
    Early Entrance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8         Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8     Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
    Electives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98   Scholarships (Financial Aid). . . . . . . 17         Health Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
                                                                                                              Health Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52,76
    Emergency Closing Announcements. . 22                Senior Citizens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
                                                                                                              History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53,76
    English Language Institute Applicant . . 8           Services for Students with
                                                                                                              Hospitality Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
    Express Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25          Disabilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,22   Human Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54,76
    Fast Track Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . 25        Silas Craft Collegians. . . . . . . . . . . . 8      Life Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
    Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,16   Sports (Athletics) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21      Mass Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
    Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,22      Student Activities/Life . . . . . . . . . . 21       Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56,76
    Food Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,22       Student Government Association . . . . 21            Microsoft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
    Freshman Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8         Student ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,22     Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
    Game Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21         Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21    Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
    HCC Times Newspaper. . . . . . . . . . 21            Student Program Board. . . . . . . . . . 21          Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62,79
    HCC-TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21      Student Support Services . . . . . . . 20,22         Office Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
    Health Personnel/Health Programs                     Technology Help Desk . . . . . . . . 20,22           Philosophy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64,79
                                                                                                              Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
       Shortage Programs . . . . . . . . . . . 16        Telecourses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
                                                                                                              Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
    High School Students, Programs for . . 8             Telephone/Web Registration . . . . . . . 12
                                                                                                              Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65,79
    Honors Programs, Frederick K.                        Test Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22     Radiologic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
       Schoenbrodt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8      Tuition & Fees Calculation Table . . . . 14          Retailing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
    Hours of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . 22        Tuition & Fees Payment Schedule . . . 16             Sociology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66,79
    Hybrid Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25        Tuition Payment Plan . . . . . . . . . . . 17        Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
    ID, Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,22      Undeclared Major (Non-Degree) . . . . 10             Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67,79
    Information Center . . . . . . . . . . . . 19        Veterans/Military . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,16,17    Study Abroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
    Information Technology . . . . . . . . . 20          Welcome and Information Center . . 19,22             Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
    In-Person Registration . . . . . . . . . . . 12      Wellness Center, Kaiser Permanente . . 21            Women's Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68


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2011 SESSION 1 (5 weeks) May 31 - July 1
Advising Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Ongoing
OPEN Registration (WEB, TouchTone & In Person) . .               .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-May 31
Late Registration (In Person only; prior to 2nd class)           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   June 1-2
Change to Audit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-June 6
Withdraw from Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   June 7-21
REFUND PERIOD
  100% of tuition and fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 13-June 2
  75% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . . .         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 3
  50% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . .           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 4-6

2011 SESSION 2 (8 weeks) May 31 - July 26
Advising Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Ongoing
OPEN Registration (WEB, TouchTone & In Person) . .               .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-May 31
Late Registration (In Person only; prior to 2nd class)           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   June 1-2
Change to Audit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-June 9
Withdraw from Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   June 10-July 7
REFUND PERIOD
  100% of tuition and fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 13-June 2
  75% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . . .         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 3-7
  50% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . .           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 8-9
NO CLASSES OR COLLEGE CLOSED
  Independence Day Observed . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 4

2011 SESSION 3 (8 weeks) June 13 - August 8
Advising Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Ongoing
OPEN Registration (WEB, TouchTone & In Person) . .               .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-June 13
Late Registration (In Person only; prior to 2nd class)           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   June 14-15
Change to Audit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-June 22
Withdraw from Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   June 23-July 20
REFUND PERIOD
  100% of tuition and fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 13-June 15
  75% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . . .         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 16-20
  50% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . .           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 21-22
NO CLASSES OR COLLEGE CLOSED
  Independence Day Observed . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 4

2011 SESSION 4 (5 weeks) July 5 - August 8
Advising Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Ongoing
OPEN Registration (WEB, TouchTone & In Person) . .               .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-July 5
Late Registration (In Person only; prior to 2nd class)           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   July 6-7
Change to Audit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   April 13-July 11
Withdraw from Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   July 12-27
REFUND PERIOD
  100% of tuition and fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 13-July 7
  75% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . . .         . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 8
  50% of tuition and consolidated fee only . . . . . .           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 9-11

FALL 2011
Classes Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 27
Classes End . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . December 19

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            Summer has
          Changed at HCC!
      And we think you’ll like
      the difference!


                                                                 terms.
    What’s different? Before, HCC had four separate summer terms. Now, HCC has just one
                                  sessions.
    term, but with four different sessions. The difference is that you can work with all four
    sessions together rather than individually. Practically, here is what it means to students.


       Easier                   Looking for Biology 101? Now you can go to just one place – either
                                in this printed schedule or in HCC Express online – and see when that
    class search.
                                class is offered through the entire summer.



         Simpler                Before, you would receive separate bills for each summer term.
                                Now you will receive one statement for the entire summer.
         billing.

      Enhanced                  The change means that HCC’s summer term is now a standard
                                semester according to federal guidelines. As a result, students may
     financial aid.              be eligible for higher Pell Grants and student loans.


       Tuition                  You now can use HCC’s Tuition Payment Plan for your summer classes.
                                The plan allows you to pay your tuition and fees in installments.
    Payment Plan.
                                NOTE ABOUT TUITION PAYMENT PLAN – If you plan on using HCC’s Tuition
                                Payment Plan for both summer and fall classes, there’s a chance that you will
                                have two payment plans running at the same time. Please watch your



                            For more information
                      about HCC’s summer terms, visit
                         www.howardcc.edu/summer.


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         What You Should Know About
           HCC’s Summer Sessions
HCC offers four summer sessions                      ● What’s the difference                                       ●  If I use the Touchtone
to give you more scheduling                            between Sessions 1                                             Telephone to register,
options. Here is important                             and 2?                                                         how do I register for
information about registration,                      Both sessions begin on May 31,                                   different summer
tuition and fees, “catalogue                         but Session 1 runs five weeks                                    sessions?
years,” and other matters. For                       and Session 2 runs eight weeks.                               You must register separately for
more information, call the HCC                                                                                     each session. This will require
Welcome and Information Center                       ●  When can I register for                                    that you complete separate
at 443-518-1000.                                        the different summer                                       transactions for different summer
                                                        sessions?                                                  sessions. The telephone
● What are the summer                                Admitted students can register                                registration system will guide you.
  sessions?                                          for summer classes using Web,
Credit classes will be offered in                    telephone and in-person                                       ●  Can prerequisites for
four sessions: Session 1, Session                    registration beginning April 13.                                courses change
2, Session 3, and Session 4. The                     New credit students can register                                between summer
chart below shows the beginning                      online, by telephone or in-person                               sessions?
and end dates for the four                           once they are admitted to the                                 Prerequisites for a particular
sessions so you can choose the                       college. Students can register up                             course can change according to
one that best fits your schedule.                    through the first day of class for                            the policies established for a
                                                     each term. In-person registration                             particular catalogue year. All four
Registration for noncredit classes                   is ongoing. See page 80 for                                   summer sessions fall under the
is ongoing and determined by                         information on noncredit                                      same catalogue year. However,
the start date of the class. See                     summer classes.                                               prerequisites may change from
page 80 for information on                                                                                         summer to fall. If you are unsure
noncredit summer classes.                                                                                          what prerequisites apply for a
                                                                                                                   particular course during the term
                                                                                                                   in which you wish to take it,
                                                                                                                   contact the Office of Admissions
                                                                                                                   and Advising (RCF-242).




Week           0          1         2           3          4            5         6          7          8          9          10
                   5/29       6/5       6/12        6/19       6/26         7/3       7/10       7/17       7/24       7/31        8/7


                          Session 1: 5/31/11-7/1/11


                                               Session 2: 5/31/11-7/26/11


                                                                      Session 3: 6/13/11-8/8/11


                                                                                       Session 4: 7/5/11-8/8/11




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            High school students can learn a critical language
                  and earn college credits tuition-free.
       The STARTALK program pays tuition for high school students (including incoming, and recently
      graduated) to learn Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Hindi, and now Persian in HCC’s World Languages
        program during the summer months. Students learn communicative ability as well as cultural
             awareness from experienced native language teachers in lively, task-based classes.
               Successful STARTALK students earn four HCC college credits and are prepared
                             to enter intermediate-level language instruction.
    June 27 - July 29,2011
    Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
                 APPLY TODAY! The application deadline is in April and enrollment is limited.
            For application and details visit, www.howardcc.edu/startalk, or call 443-518-4861.




    One-week programs with morning,
    afternoon, and full-day sessions
    with start-up & wind-down care available.

    ENROLL EARLY!
    For details and registration visit
    www.howardcc.edu/sportsschool




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                                                ❏ PLEASE NOTE “DIFFERENT/ADDI-                        tion about enrollment, transcript eval-
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                                                    TIONAL ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES”                     uation, and tuition assistance.
STEP                                                ON THIS PAGE.                                     Information is also available in the
                                                                                                      college catalogue and on the web–
                                                DIFFERENT/ADDITIONAL
      1
                                                                                                      www.howardcc.edu/admissions/apply;
                                                                                                      then select Military, Veterans, BRAC
                                                ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES                                 & Dependents. The Office of
                                                Different and/or additional admissions
                                                                                                      Records and Registration should be
                                                procedures and application fees are
                                                                                                      contacted for information about vet-
Apply for                                       required for some students and/or
                                                programs. In certain cases, these
                                                                                                      erans' educational benefits and

Admission                                       procedures are required for initial
                                                admission to the college. In others,
                                                                                                      MyCAA– www.howardcc.edu/registra-
                                                                                                      tion, then select Veterans Affairs or
                                                                                                      e-mail veteransaffairs@howardcc.edu.
 Office of Admissions and                       they are required for particular
 Advising                                       programs, such as the clinical compo-             ●   INTERNATIONAL CITIZENS
 443-518-1200; Select #3 TTY/STS Use            nent of HCC's allied health programs.                 International citizens, with the exception
 MD Relay
                                                Please review the information below as                of those seeking admission as
 adm-adv@howardcc.edu
 Located in RCF-242                             it relates to you and contact the Office              International (F1) Students, should fol-
 Hours of Operation Page 22                     of Admissions and Advising if you need                low standard admissions procedures.
 www.howardcc.edu/admissions                    additional information or assistance.                 Additionally, international citizens must
                                                                                                      submit proof of their immigration status
   Admissions Application Form                  ●   ALLIED HEALTH
    www.howardcc.edu/admissions                                                                       at the time of application. Photocopied
       Select Important Forms                       Allied health students must complete the          credentials are not acceptable.
                 Page 101                           standard Application for Credit Programs.         International citizens with B visas are
                                                    Additionally, all students interested in          generally not admitted to credit course-

H
          oward Community College (HCC)
          has an open door policy of admis-         nursing, cardiovascular technology,               work. Students who do not have docu-
          sion for students who have the            emergency medical services, radiologic            mentation may be admitted to HCC, but
maturity and ability to benefit from the col-       technology, and other allied health               are required to pay the out-of-state tuition
lege's learning programs. No student will be        career programs should consult the                rate. Further information is available at
denied general admission to the college's           Office of Admissions and Advising                 443-518-4420 or intlstudent@howardcc.edu.
credit programs except as prescribed by law.        website to learn more about admissions            The following information explains
                                                    procedures, testing requirements,                 admissions procedures for International
HCC's admissions policies are described in          deadlines, and application fees required          (F1) Students:
more detail in the college catalogue.               for the clinical component of some
Further information is also available on                                                              International (F1) Students
                                                    programs--www.howardcc.edu/admissions;
the HCC admissions website:                                                                           Applying to Credit Degree and
                                                    then select Nursing and Allied Health. To
www.howardcc.edu/admissions. Admissions                                                               Certificate Programs
                                                    attend an information session or for
policies, dates and deadlines for selective                                                           Students applying for F1 visa status
                                                    additional information, call (443-518-4230)
programs are subject to change.                                                                       must complete the International
                                                    or e-mail (alliedhealth@howardcc.edu).
                                                                                                      Student Application for Credit Degree
                                                    Information sessions are available for
GENERAL ADMISSIONS                                  nursing, cardiovascular technology, and
                                                                                                      and Certificate Programs. Students
If you are enrolling in credit classes at                                                             must include a $50 application fee, a
                                                    radiologic technology. All prospective
HCC for the first time (including HCC                                                                 Certification of Finances form (includ-
                                                    nursing and radiologic technology
courses at the Laurel College Center)…                                                                ing financial verification), official high
                                                    students are required to attend an
❏ COMPLETE THE STANDARD APPLICA-                                                                      school and postsecondary school
                                                    information session. There is a $25
   TION FORM which is included in this                                                                transcripts, proof of health insurance,
                                                    application fee for the clinical component
   schedule (page 101). To apply online or                                                            and proof of appropriate competen-
                                                    of Nursing, CVT, and Rad Tech. Some
   to download a copy of the standard                                                                 cies in English as demonstrated by
                                                    clinical programs involve testing and
   application, go to www.howardcc.edu/                                                               an official TOEFL Score Report.
                                                    related test fees. State rules and policies
   apply, select Apply to HCC; then select                                                            (Students already in the U.S. may
                                                    regarding statewide health personnel
   “Standard Admissions for Credit                                                                    take HCC’s English placement exam
                                                    shortage programs that are eligible for in-
   Programs.”                                                                                         instead.) For admission to degree
                                                    county tuition are subject to change.
❏ PROVIDE PROOF OF RESIDENCY                                                                          and certificate programs, score
   upon request.                                ●   MILITARY/VETERANS/BRAC                            requirements are: 203 on the comput-
❏ SUBMIT STANDARD APPLICATION AND                   The HCC application fee is waived                 er-based TOEFL; 537 on the paper-
   $25 APPLICATION FEE to the Office of             for all active duty military personnel            based version; 74-75 on the TOEFL
   Admissions & Advising. (If applying              and their dependents and for veter-               iBT; or the equivalent on HCC’s
   online, the fee will be billed to your           ans. Contact the Office of                        placement exam. All requirements
   account.)                                        Admissions and Advising for informa-              must be completed and materials

                  HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                    ●   www.howardcc.edu           ●
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        submitted by very specific deadlines.
        Students are strongly encouraged to
                                                   For Graduating High School
                                                   Seniors:
                                                                                                   NEW OR RETURNING
        complete the application process                                                           STUDENTS
                                                   FRESHMAN FOCUS PROGRAM
        early so they have substantial time to                                                       FREDERICK K. SCHOENBRODT
                                                   An opportunity for graduating high
        obtain their visa. For more informa-                                                         HONORS PROGRAM
                                                   school seniors to be admitted, tested,            The Frederick K. Schoenbrodt
        tion, application deadlines, and finan-
                                                   advised, and registered prior to high             Honors Program offers full- and part-
        cial certification requirements, please
                                                   school graduation and HCC’s general               time students who are outstanding
        call 443-518-4420, e-mail
                                                   new student registration period. Specific         academically, flexible opportunities to
        intlstudent@howardcc.edu, or consult
                                                   application materials must be submitted.          fulfill their general education require-
        the Admissions website:
                                                     Application Fee: Waived                         ments as part of a supportive, intel-
        www.howardcc.edu/admissions, then
                                                     Application Deadline: mid-March                 lectual community that helps prepare
        select International Citizens.
        English Language Institute (ELI)           JAMES W. ROUSE SCHOLARS                           them for more advanced study and
        All students must complete the English
                                                   PROGRAM                                           transfer. Application procedures for
                                                   A selective admissions honors and lead-           the Schoenbrodt Program are in
        Language Institute application and sub-
                                                   ership program. Specific application mate-        addition to standard application pro-
        mit a $50 application fee. Students
                                                   rials must be submitted.                          cedures or those for Freshman Focus
        applying for F1 visa status must also
                                                      Application Fee: $35                           Program. For more information, con-
        submit an official high school tran-
                                                      Application Deadlines:                         tact the Office of Admissions and
        script or take the ELI placement test.
                                                      December* (Early Action)                       Advising. Applications are accepted
        A Certification of Finances form
                                                      January* (Regular Action)                      on an ongoing basis. There is no
        (including financial verification), and
                                                   *Specific dates each year                         application fee.
        proof of health insurance must also
        be submitted. For more information,        SILAS CRAFT COLLEGIANS
        application deadlines, and financial       PROGRAM                                         READMISSION
        certification requirements, call           A selective admissions program for              Readmission to enroll in credit
        443-518-1680, e-mail eli@howardcc.edu      students whose performance in high              programs is required under the
        or consult the ELI website at              school does not reflect their academic          following circumstances:
                                                   potential. Specific application materials       ● General Readmission–If a student’s
        www.howardcc.edu/eli.
                                                   must be submitted.                                 last attendance was two or more
    ●   CURRENT OR GRADUATING                         Application Fee: $25                            consecutive years ago, and equals
        HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS                          Application Deadline: Mid-April                 more than four major terms (i.e.,
        In order to provide for a smooth tran-                                                        Fall and Spring terms) the student
        sition into college, HCC has estab-        For Current High School Students                   must complete another standard
        lished several enrollment programs         Seeking Concurrent Enrollment:                     application form. The $25 applica-
        specifically for high school students.     EARLY ENTRANCE PROGRAM
                                                                                                      tion fee is waived.
        The college also receives grant fund-                                                      ● Readmisson After Suspension for
                                                   High school juniors and seniors may
        ing for some programs. For more            enroll at HCC for up to two credit cours-          Academic Reasons–Students must
        information, please check out our web      es per semester. There are specific Early          submit a written appeal to Retension
        site--www.howardcc.edu/admissions;         Entrance application materials and admis-          Services. Students seeking readmis-
        then select Current and Graduating         sions procedures. Students in grades 8-10          sion for academic reasons, who
        High School Students or contact your       who are enrolled in “Gifted and                    have not been enrolled for two or
        high school guidance office or HCC’s       Talented” programs or who have other-              more years, must also follow the
        Office of Admissions and Advising for      wise demonstrated outstanding ability in           procedure described above.
        specific admissions procedures                                                             ● Other–Students seeking readmission
                                                   the course areas in which they seek to
        (hsinfo@howardcc.edu; 443-518-4599).       enroll may be admitted for a maximum               to the clinical component of an
                                                   of 2 credit courses per semester.                  allied health program must meet
        PLEASE NOTE: Continuing Education                                                             with an allied health advisor in the
        noncredit courses, except those specifi-   Additional admissions requirements are
                                                   described on the admissions website                Office of Admissions and Advising
        cally designed for youth, are not avail-                                                      to determine the procedures they
        able for students under 16 years old.      and in the HCC catalogue. Please con-
                                                   sult the catalogue or                              must follow. Readmission to a clini-
        (Please see Kids on Campus and                                                                cal program is not guaranteed.
        home schooling courses in the non-         www.howardcc.edu/admissions
        credit schedule or www.howardcc.edu;       for more information.
        select Continuing Education; then             Application Fee: Waived
        select Kids on Campus.                        Application Deadline: Ongoing
                                                   The college reserves the right to
                                                   enroll secondary students on a
                                                   case-by-case basis.

                       HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE              ●   www.howardcc.edu              ●
NONCREDIT STUDENTS                                  for Classes for detailed information.          requirements, and make transfer credit
                                                                                                   decisions.
                                                                                                                                                  9
If you are not interested in receiving            STEP                                                You must declare a learning
academic credit for your coursework,                                                               program to have an official transcript eval-
consider one of these options…
●   AUDITING CREDIT CLASSES
    Credit classes that are audited are not
    eligible for academic credit or a grade.
                                                        2                                          uation. Complete and submit an official
                                                                                                   Transcript Evaluation Request Form, avail-
                                                                                                   able on the Admissions and Advising
                                                                                                   web site or at the office (RCF-242).
                                                                                                   Official transcripts must be in a sealed
    Audit status can be converted to credit
    status and credit status to audit status,     Be Advised                                       envelope. The transcript evaluation fee is
    but only in the first three weeks of class-                                                    $15 for one program and $25 for multi-
                                                   Office of Admissions and                        ple programs. Request that official copies
    es with written approval of the instructor     Advising
    or division chairperson. Admissons             443-518-1200; select #3 TTY/STS Use             of postsecondary, military and transcripts
    procedures and tuition and fees are            MD Relay                                        of other prior coursework (including
    identical to those for credit students (see    adm-adv@howardcc.edu                            Howard County high school transcripts, if
    Step 1). Prerequisites must be met.            Located in RCF-242                              appropriate) be sent directly to the Office
                                                   Hours of Operation Page 22
●   CUSTOMCLASS                                    www.howardcc.edu/advising                       of Admissions and Advising. Submission
    CustomClass is an option that enables                                                          of an official high school transcript show-
                                                           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 pre-
    requisites. CustomClass students do not
                                                  A        it is important to understand the
                                                           requirements of your learning pro-
                                                  gram and your classes. This is the reason
                                                                                                   ing proof of graduation is required for
                                                                                                   applicants to the clinical portion of the
                                                                                                   Radiologic Technology program. Official
                                                                                                   CLEP, Dantes Subject Standardized Test
                                                  all students–new and returning–must meet         (DSST), AP, and IB scores and other
    receive credit or grades but some cours-
                                                  with an HCC academic advisor. The Office         prior learning experiences may be con-
    es are eligible for Continuing Education
                                                  of Admissions and Advising will assist you       sidered, too. Include catalogues and any
    Units (CEUs) or certificates from the
                                                  in evaluating your prior learning experi-        other documentation that will facilitate
    Continuing Education and Workforce
                                                  ences. This office will also help you deter-     your transcript evaluation. International
    Development Division. Students who
                                                  mine if placement testing is necessary or if     transcripts must be evaluated by an
    select this option must do so at the time
                                                  you qualify for a placement test exemption.      accredited international transcript evalua-
    of registration and cannot later change
                                                  Returning students are encouraged to meet        tion agency (such as WES). Course-to-
    to credit or audit status. CustomClass
                                                  with their advisor at least once a semester      course evaluations are required. The
    students do not follow credit application
                                                  to ensure they are on track with their aca-      Office of Admissions and Advising does
    procedures and do not pay application
                                                  demic program and transfer plans.                not make recommendations regarding
    or consolidated fees. See page 15 for a
                                                                                                   particular agencies but does maintain a
    special CustomClass registration form
    and more information, or visit
                                                  ALL STUDENTS                                     list of various accredited agencies at
                                                  ❏ BE WISE, GET ADVISED Meet with an
    http://coned.howardcc.edu. Select                                                              http://howardcc.edu/admissions/advising.
                                                    academic advisor. Your advising assign-
    CustomClass. Students under 16 years                                                           Select Transfer to HCC and International
                                                    ment is posted online on your HCC
    old may not participate in this option.                                                        College & University Credits.
                                                    Express "My Profile." Regardless of your
    Call 443-518-4659 for more details.                                                          ❏ TAKE REQUIRED PLACEMENT TESTS
                                                    advising assignment, you may always
                                                                                                   Unless an advisor provides an exemp-
●   NONCREDIT CLASSES                               receive assistance on a walk-in basis
                                                                                                   tion based on prior college coursework
    HCC’s Division of Continuing                    from the Office of Admissions and
                                                                                                   or standardized test scores (SAT, ACT,
    Education and Workplace                         Advising. Office hours are available on
                                                                                                   Dantes Subject Standardized Test (DSST),
    Development offers noncredit classes            page 22 and on the HCC Advising web
                                                                                                   AP, CLEP, IB), you are required to take
    that do not carry academic credit               site: www.howardcc.edu/advising.
                                                                                                   English and math placement tests by the
    but may provide Continuing                    ❏ SUBMIT TRANSCRIPTS AND OTHER
                                                                                                   time you have accumulated 12 credits or
    Education Units (CEUs) that can be              DOCUMENTATION OF PRIOR LEARN-
                                                                                                   for any courses with English and/or
    noted on resumes or other profes-               ING EXPERIENCES The college will eval-
                                                                                                   math prerequisites. Testing is ongoing for
    sional documentation.                           uate any prior learning experiences you
                                                                                                   the upcoming term, and should be com-
    Information about all these options             have to help you plan your academic
                                                                                                   pleted in advance of registration. Walk-in
    is available from the Office of                 program at HCC. College-level course
                                                                                                   placement testing hours are posted at
    Admissions and Advising. Information            work, CLEP, Dantes Subject Standardized
                                                                                                   www.howardcc.edu/testcenter. Materials
    about CustomClasses, noncredit                  Test (DSST), Excelsior College Exams,
                                                                                                   are also located outside each office and
    classes, and Continuing Education               IB, AP exams, military training, and
                                                                                                   on the web. Prospective clinical nursing
    Units (CEUs) is available from the              other prior experiences may be consid-
                                                                                                   students must take the English placement
    Division of Continuing Education and            ered. The Office of Admissions and
                                                                                                   exam regardless of prior college-level
    Workforce Development                           Advising uses this information to provide
                                                                                                   coursework unless they have earned a
    (http://coned.howardcc.edu).                    course clearances, assess placement test

                    HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                  ●   www.howardcc.edu          ●
       US bachelor’s degree by the application              room RCF-302A. The Counseling and                 majors." It is strongly recommended that
10
       deadline.                                            Career Services Office, room RCF-302A,            students in all these situations meet with
     ❏ OBTAIN PLACEMENT TEST RESULTS                        443-518-1340, also provides career and            an advisor each term. Undeclared majors
       Obtain your results from the Office of               personal counseling, and a wide range of          must select a program of study upon
       Admissions and Advising. An academ-                  life planning services, including job and         completing 12 credits and complete
       ic advisor will explain test results and             internship assistance.                            placement testing if they do not have an
       assist with course scheduling, program                                                                 exemption. In most cases, students who
                                                        ●   NURSING AND ALLIED
       planning and registration.                                                                             are not working toward an HCC granted
                                                            HEALTH STUDENTS
     ❏ LEARN MORE ABOUT PA           YING                                                                     certificate or degree are not eligible for
                                                            If you are interested in Nursing,
       COLLEGE COSTS Tuition and fees are                                                                     federal or state financial aid or scholar-
                                                            Cardiovascular Technology, Radiologic
       due and payable according to the Tuition                                                               ships. However, they may use the col-
                                                            Technology, Emergency Medical Services,
       and Fees Payment Schedule on page 16.                                                                  lege's tuition payment plan.
                                                            or any of the Mid-Maryland Allied
       Numerous opportunities exist to help you
                                                            Healthcare Education Consortium               ●   STUDENTS ATTENDING
       pay for college–including government
                                                            Programs, you should review program               HCC WHILE ENROLLED
       grants, scholarships, loans and the col-
                                                            materials, attend an appropriate informa-         AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS
       lege’s payment plan. Be sure to complete
                                                            tion session (required for Nursing and            Students interested in taking courses at
       financial aid forms online by the
                                                            Radiologic Technology) and then meet              Howard Community College for transfer
       Priority Filing Date to maximize your
                                                            with an allied health advisor to determine        back to their home institution and/or
       financial aid resources. For more infor-
                                                            specific prerequisite coursework.                 while also enrolled at another college or
       mation, visit HCC’s Pay for College
                                                            Prospective nursing students must arrange         university are responsible for applicable
       website at www.howardcc.edu/
                                                            to attend the appropriate Nursing                 procedures at each institution. This
       admissions/pay. This site includes a
                                                            Information Session prior to meeting with         includes meeting with their home school
       calculator to help you estimate your total
                                                            an advisor. All prospective nursing stu-          advisor in advance to determine which
       cost of attendance.
                                                            dents must take the English placement             HCC courses will fulfill their program
     ❏ CHECK IMPORTANT ENROLLMENT
                                                            exam regardless of prior college-level            requirements and obtain written verifica-
       DATES AND DEADLINES Available on
                                                            coursework with the exception of those            tion of this for their records. Students are
       page 3 or on the HCC website–
                                                            who have earned a US bachelor’s                   also responsible for fulfilling any prerequi-
       www.howardcc.edu/registration; select Dates
                                                            degree. A nursing admission assessment            sites HCC requires for enrolling in specif-
       & Deadlines from sidebar. Take advantage
                                                            is also required for application to all           ic classes regardless of their home institu-
       of early registration opportunities.
                                                            clinical programs. No fee is charged for          tion’s approval.
     ❏ CONSIDER ARRANGING SUPPORT SER-
                                                            placement testing. There is a $65.00 fee
       VICES FOR ANY SPECIAL NEEDS
                                                            for nursing assessments. Group nursing
       Students with disabilities should contact
                                                            advising is available each major term for     STEP
       Disability Support Services immediately
                                                            students currently enrolled in clinical


                                                                                                                 3
       upon admission to the college and no
                                                            nursing course work. All clinical allied
       later than two weeks prior to the start
                                                            health students may also be seen individ-
       of classes in order to arrange classroom
                                                            ually in the Office of Admissions and
       and testing accommodations. Prior to
                                                            Advising. State rules and policies regard-
       receiving accommodations and services,
                                                            ing statewide health personnel shortage
       you must initiate a request with Disability
       Support Services (DSS) and supply
                                                            programs that are eligible for in-county
                                                            tuition are subject to change.
                                                                                                          Plan Class
       appropriate documentation of your dis-
       ability. To arrange for a sign language          ●   NON-DEGREE/
                                                                                                          Schedule
       interpreter for credit classes, contact 443-         CERTIFICATE STUDENTS                              Office of Admissions and
       518-1300 (TTY/STS use MD Relay) or                   You may be taking credit courses without          Advising
       come to RCF-302A. Finding available sign             working toward an HCC granted degree              443-518-1300; TTY/STS Use MD Relay
       language interpreters is challenging.                or certificate. Students in this situation        adm-adv@howardcc.edu
                                                                                                              Located in RCF-242
       Therefore, you must contact DSS as                   usually fall into one of three categories:        Hours of Operation Page 22
       early as possible to be assured that an              they have selected a program for which            www.howardcc.edu/advising
       interpreter will be arranged by the time             the actual degree or certificate is offered
       your classes start.                                  through a partner institution (such as            Class Planning Sheet Page 107
           The Student Support Services Office              Surgical Technology); they are preparing
                                                                                                                  our academic advisor will provide
       provides free comprehensive services for
       students meeting eligibility critiera, includ-
       ing low income, first generation college,
       and those with learning, physical or other
                                                            for licensing or external certification of
                                                            some kind (such as CPA Preparation);
                                                            they are taking classes for other reasons
                                                            without working toward a specific pro-
                                                                                                          Y       you with information regarding learn-
                                                                                                                  ing programs, course selection, and
                                                                                                          transfer preparation as well as course
                                                                                                          scheduling. Understanding when courses
       disabilities. Call 443-518-1340 or come to           gram or goal and are "undeclared
                                                                                                          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
                                                                                                                                                 11
online, telecourses, etc.) is critical to your     offerings–on page 23.                             completed 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 12 credits
Whether you are a new student or a                 Center (LCC), especially if the LCC is            in the summer and 18 credits for
continuing student, prepare for the                convenient to your home, work, or                 the fall or winter/spring semesters.
upcoming term and beyond in the fol-               schedule. Review the LCC section on           ... settled all outstanding balances such
lowing ways:                                       pages 69-79. Check out class loca-                as past due tuition & fees, library
                                                   tions on HCC's main campus to help                fines, and parking tickets
❏ MEET WITH AN ACADEMIC                            you plan a convenient schedule.               ... been enrolled at HCC for four or
  ADVISOR See page 22 for the Office             ❏ COMPLETE A CLASS PLANNING                         more prior consecutive major terms.
  of Admissions and Advising's hours.              SHEET See page 107 or obtain the              ... met with an academic success coor-
  Refer to www.howardcc.edu/advising;              form online on the advising website.              dinator if you are on academic
  scroll down to contact information                                                                 warning or probation.
  on the left for the most recent                ❏                                             Some classes or class combinations may
  office hours posting.                                                                        require in-person registration
❏ UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION                        STEP                                          ❏ FILL OUT REGISTRATION FORM.
  Check out your profile on your HCC                                                             Check to make sure you are regis-
  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,
  and learning program, are up to
                                                        4                                        tering for the correct section.
                                                                                               ❏ SELECT A REGISTRATION
                                                                                                 METHOD–Online, Touchtone
                                                                                                 Telephone, or In-Person (page 12).

  date. Obtain the correct forms to              Register for                                  ❏ PAY FOR COLLEGE–See STEP 5 and
                                                                                                 HCC’s Pay for College web site.
  make necessary changes.
❏ REVIEW YOUR PROGRAM AND                        Classes                                       SPECIAL REGISTRATION
  COURSE REQUIREMENTS Use the
                                                  Office of Records & Registration
  HCC catalogue and/or program plan-
                                                  443-518-1240                                 PROCEDURES
  ning forms that apply to you. These
  forms are available on the advising             Located in RCF-233                           ●   AUDITING CREDIT COURSES
  web site or from the Office of                  Hours of Operation Page 22                       As an HCC enrolled credit student,
  Admissions and Advising. Many                   www.howardcc.edu/registration                    you may audit a credit class if you
  courses have pre- or corequisites. Be                                                            specify this designation at the time of
  certain you understand the differ-                   Registration Form Page 13                   registration. You must meet course
  ence between Core Requirements                                                                   prerequisites in order to audit a
                                                         ou’ve been accepted to HCC as a
  and Elective Requirements. These
  courses are listed on page 96. Refer
  to the college catalogue for details
  regarding content, prerequisites, and
                                                 Y       credit student, taken placement
                                                         tests, if necessary, obtained any
                                                 course clearances from an academic
                                                                                                   class. You will not receive a regular
                                                                                                   grade or credit for audited courses.
                                                                                                   Instead, the course will appear on
                                                                                                   the student transcript with a grade of
                                                 advisor, and made a plan for your                 ‘N’, which will not count as part of
  number of credits.
                                                 course load and schedule for this term.           the semester’s credit hour load or as
❏ REVIEW SEMESTER COURSE
                                                 Now you are ready to officially enroll in         credit toward graduation. An audited
  AVAILABILITY Use the HCC Express
                                                 your classes. Students are strongly urged         class can be changed only one time
  Online Course Availability feature for
                                                 to register as early as possible for the          from audit to credit (or credit to
  the most recent course information
                                                 upcoming term. While students can reg-            audit) and ONLY during the first 3
  about the coming term's offerings.
                                                 ister for open classes until the second           weeks of a 15-week semester, or first
  This feature provides the latest infor-
                                                 class meeting, they are strongly urged to         week of mini-sessions within terms.
  mation about where and when
                                                 avoid missing the first class session. Be
  courses meet. Certain courses are                                                            ●   CUSTOMCLASS OPTION
                                                 sure to review the dates and deadlines
  not offered every term. Refer to the                                                             Any credit courses can be taken as
                                                 on page 3.
  list of Once-a-Year Course Offerings                                                             noncredit through CustomClass EXCEPT
  on page 99.                                                                                      nursing (NURS) listings, cardiovascular
❏ REVIEW CLASS FORMATS Based on
                                                 ALL STUDENTS –                                    technology (CARD), radiologic tech-
  your learning style, time demands,             ❏ YOU MAY BE PREVENTED FROM                       nology (RADT), emergency medical
  and academic and career plans,                     REGISTERING IF YOU HAVE NOT:                  services (EMSP) and those designated
  you may prefer certain class for-                  ... been officially accepted for admis-       for the Police Academy. See page 15 for
  mats. Review the alternative learning                  sion to HCC                               a special CustomClass registration form.
  options–such as Telecourses, Online,               ... met all course prerequisites or           Go to http://coned.howardcc.edu; select
  Hybrid, Teleweb, Fast Track,                           obtained course clearances from an        CustomClass. Call 443-518-4659 for details.

                  HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                    ●   www.howardcc.edu        ●
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     HCC EXPRESS/WEB REGISTRATION Available daily from 7:30 a.m-11:30 p.m. 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 session from the 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." You must make payment
         arrangements to finalize your registration.

     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 session. (You may only register for one session 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). Payment must be made by the payment deadline.

     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 clearances 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 Office of Records & Registration (RCF-233) during
        regular business hours. See page 22 for hours of operation. See Payment Schedule on page 16.
     **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 9 and 11.


                    HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE               ●   www.howardcc.edu       ●
                                                         YEAR _____                 Credit Registration – Photo ID Required                      13
                                                                                      Complete a separate form for each semester

                                                             Winter       Spring  † Winter
                                                                                     Sum I       †
                                                                                                 Sum Spring
                                                                                                     I Extended    †Sum 2 Sum 3 † Fall
                                                                                                                     Summer       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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                                                                                           SUMMER 1, 2, 3 and 4
                                                                                            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 has 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
           NEW FOR SUMMER: A payment plan is available to assist students in making tuition payments.
              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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                                              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 class-                                     (NURS listings), cardiovascular technology (CARD),
es listed in the Credit Schedule (up to the equivalent of                             radiologic technology (RADT), emergency medical services
eight credits),and get the knowledge you want, purely for                             (EMSP) and Police Academy. You must be age 16 or above.
fun and learning, minus grades, tests and prerequisites. You
won’t get college degree credit but some courses qualify                              For more information, call Arnette at 443-518-4659 or
you for CEUs and a certificate if applicable. For more infor-                         email ahaywood@howardcc.edu.
mation call 443-518-4659.
                                                                                      To register, fax this form and credit card information to
Cost savings, too: You only pay the noncredit in-coun-                                443-518-4333, or mail with payment to Howard Community
ty tuition rate and course fees but not the consolidated fee.                         College, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, MD 21044-
Out-of-county pay an additional $10 per course and out-of-                            3197, Attn: Lock Box, Cashier's Office, RCF-203, or bring
state, $20 per course.                                                                form to Registration Office, RCF-233, 8:45 a.m.-7 p.m.
Lots of choices! You can take up to the equivalent of                                 Monday-Thursday, 8:45 a.m.- 5 p.m., Friday. (Phone and
eight credits and choose any credit classes except nursing                            web 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
                                                                                                                                         ___________________             CE
                                                                                                                                                                       ______

__________________        _______________   _________    __________________________________________ ___________________                  ___________________             CE
                                                                                                                                                                       ______

__________________        _______________   _________    __________________________________________ ___________________                  ___________________             CE
                                                                                                                                                                       ______

__________________        _______________   _________    __________________________________________ ___________________                  ___________________             CE
                                                                                                                                                                       ______
                                                                                       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 $40
 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.
16                                                        Tuition & Fees Payment Schedule - SUMMER 2011
     STEP                                                 SEMESTER                    REGISTRATION DATE               PAYMENT DUE DATE
                                                          Session 1 and 2             April 13-May 11                 May 18


           5                                              Session 3
                                                                                      May 12-18
                                                                                      May 19 and after
                                                                                      April 13-May 25
                                                                                      May 26-June 1
                                                                                                                      May 25
                                                                                                                      June 1
                                                                                                                      June 1
                                                                                                                      June 8

     Pay Tuition                                          Session 4
                                                                                      June 2 and after
                                                                                      April 13-June 15
                                                                                                                      June 15
                                                                                                                      June 22
     & Fees                                                                           June 16-22
                                                                                      June 23 and after
                                                                                                                      June 29
                                                                                                                      July 6
      Finance Office
                                                           If a student’s financial obligation has not    additional college fees. Any paperwork
      443-518-1862
                                                           been satisfied, the college will withhold      required for the waiver is due to the office
      Located in RCF-201
                                                           grades, transcripts, and registration as       of records and registration at the time of
      Hours of Operation Page 22
                                                           detailed below in “Special Polices.”           registration.
      www.howardcc.edu/business services/
                                                         ❏ REFER TO SPECIAL POLICIES & PRO-
      BusinessOffices.html                                                                                RETIRED & DISABLED
                                                           CEDURES BELOW, IF APPLICABLE.
                                                                                                          Tuition is waived for students who are
      Check HCC’s Pay for College website–                                                                disabled and no longer in the work force
      www.howardcc.edu/admissions/pay.                   SPECIAL RATE                                     as defined by the Social Security or
             tep 5 is the final step required to         CALCULATIONS                                     Railroad Retirement Acts, but they are

     S       complete your enrollment. Either
             payment in full, or the necessary
     documentation of an alternative financial
                                                         Your rates may differ if any of the
                                                         following situations apply to you…
                                                         INTERNATIONAL CITIZENS
                                                                                                          obligated to pay all additional college
                                                                                                          fees. Waiver forms may be picked up in
                                                                                                          the Office of Admissions & Advising,
                                                                                                          RCF-242 or in the Student Support
     arrangement, is due to the Cashier’s Office         In accordance with state law, tuition for
     by the payment due date. Any financial                                                               Services Office, RCF-302. Any paperwork
                                                         international citizens is based upon immi-       required for the waiver is due to the
     alternative, including the payment plan,            gration and residency status upon HCC
     tuition waivers, employer purchase orders,                                                           Cashier’s Office at the time of registration.
                                                         admission. International citizens with resi-
     and financial aid awards, should be coordi-         dency cards, refugee or asylee status, or A,     HEALTH PERSONNEL/
     nated with the registration process and             BC, E, G, H1, I, K1, K2, L, N, O, R, SN, T,      HEALTH MANPOWER
     must be in place by the payment due                 U, and V visas are eligible for in-county/in-    SHORTAGE PROGRAMS AND
     date. Any remaining balance on a student’s          state tuition based upon place of residence      STATEWIDE PROGRAMS (SP)
     account must also be paid by the payment            while in the U.S., providing they submit         If you are enrolled in one of these pro-
     due date.                                           acceptable documentation of immigration          grams as approved by the state of
     ❏ CALCULATE YOUR TUITION & FEES.                    status. Other international citizens will be     Maryland for Howard Community College,
        Tuition rates are based on your residen-         charged the out-of-state tuition rate.           as a legal Maryland resident you are enti-
        cy classification as either in-county, out-of-                                                    tled to attend the college at in-county rates.
        county, or out-of-state. Refer to the Tuition    MILITARY PERSONNEL
                                                                                                          Benefits apply only to tuition, not to admis-
        & Fees Calculation Tables on page 14.            & VETERANS
                                                                                                          sion. Please refer to our catalogue for more
        Refer to “Special Rate Calculations”             Active duty military personnel and their
                                                                                                          information about these programs.
        below if applicable.                             dependents are eligible to pay in-state
     ❏ SATISFY YOUR FINANCIAL OBLIGATION
                                                         tuition even if their legal residence is out-
        AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. HCC                 side Maryland. Active duty personnel and         SPECIAL POLICIES
        accepts cash, checks, money orders,              their dependents residing in Howard              COLLECTION PROCEDURES
        credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover         County are eligible to pay in-county tuition.    Students are held responsible for any bal-
        and American Express) and employer               Active members of the Maryland National          ances on their account. This includes bal-
        purchase orders as payment toward stu-           Guard are entitled to a 50% tuition discount     ances which are the result of payments or
        dent tuition and fees. Checks and money          based on their legal in-county residency, or     purchase orders made on behalf of the
        orders should be made payable to                 25% discount for out-of-county or out-of-state   student but not honored, or an amount not
        Howard Community College and include             legal residency. The discount does not           covered by Financial Aid. The college
        the student’s name, current address and          apply to additional college fees.                reserves the right to deregister students
        phone number on the face of the check.           SENIOR CITIZENS                                  who have not satisfied their balance by the
        Returned checks are subject to a $25             Tuition is waived for students 60 years          published due dates. A student’s grades,
        service charge. Payment can also be              of age or older residing in Maryland, but        transcripts and subsequent registrations will
        made online by accessing HCC Express.            senior students are obligated to pay all         be withheld until any outstanding balance
                                                                                                          is paid in full. The college will make every

                         HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                     ●   www.howardcc.edu           ●
effort to contact the student, but if unsuc-     VETERANS BENEFITS                                 a process called verification. HCC also
                                                                                                                                                    17
cessful the account will be turned over to       A student planning to apply for bene-             reserves the right to select applicants.
a collection agency and an additional            fits should contact the Office of                 Students whose files are selected for verifi-
charge of 25% of the outstanding balance         Records and Registration as soon                  cation must submit all required documents
will be added to the student’s account.          as the student has enrolled in the col-           in order to complete their files; no financial
Once the account has been sent to collec-        lege or registers for classes, to com-            aid will be awarded or disbursed until all
tions, the student is responsible for pay-       plete the paperwork necessary for pay-            required documentation has been received
ment of the outstanding balance and col-         ment from the VA. Tuition and fees                and reviewed.
lection costs. If payment is made with           are paid up front by the student and              Students should submit documents as soon
cash, credit card or money order, the hold       not by the Veterans Administration.               as possible, but no later than their last date
on the account will be removed immedi-           HCC does not participate in the VA                of attendance for that term. If documents
ately. If payment is made with a personal        Advance Pay Program. Contact the                  are received by Financial Aid Services after
check, the hold will not be released for 10      Office of Records & Registration for              a student's last date of attendance, the doc-
business days.                                   more information (RCF-233; 443-518-               uments will not be reviewed and the stu-
GENERAL TUITION REFUNDS                          1240; www.howardcc.edu/registration;              dent will not be entitled to any financial
To be eligible to receive a refund, a student    select Veterans Affairs).                         aid for that semester.
must officially drop a class and request the     VETERANS’ DEFERRED                                As HCC reviews verification documents,
refund before the deadlines published in         PAYMENT PLAN                                      corrections to a student's Institutional
this Schedule on Page 3. Stopping payment        Veterans and dependents of veterans dis-          Student Information Record (ISIR) may be
on a tuition check or not attending a class      abled or deceased as a result of military         necessary. These corrections will be elec-
does not constitute an official drop.            service can make special financial                tronically submitted by the college, and the
Students are eligible for a 100% refund of all   arrangements through HCC’s Veterans’              student will be notified of the corrections
tuition and course fees until the end of the     Deferred Payment Plan. This plan allows           via a corrected Student Aid Report (SAR)
first week of a 15-week semester, then grad-     payment of tuition and fees to be                 sent from the U.S. Department of
uated refunds thereafter: 75% of tuition and     deferred, interest free, until students’ veter-   Education.
consolidated fees only (no course fees)          ans benefits are received. The Veterans’          Sometimes students are selected for
until the end of the second week, and 50%        Deferred Payment Plan must be renewed             verification after their awards have
of tuition only (no course fees) until the       each semester. Veterans are also entitled         been made and funds have been dis-
end of the third week. Refunds are not           to other forms of financial assistance            bursed for the semester. In such an
issued after the end of the third week.          such as work study and scholarships.              event, no further financial aid will be
During summer, winter, or variable time ses-
                                                                                                   awarded or disbursed until verification
sions, students are eligible for refunds only    FINANCIAL AID SERVICES                            is complete. If verification causes a
during the first few days of classes; refer to
                                                                                                   change to the student's awards for the
the deadlines published in that session’s            443-518-1260                                  academic year, he or she may be
Schedule of Classes. Please allow 2-3 weeks          Located in RCF-222                            required to repay aid. HCC will notify
to receive your refund. The college does             Hours of Operation Page 22                    students who owe overpayments of
not issue cash refunds. Tuition and fees             www.howardcc.edu/financialaid                 aid. If the funds are not repaid to the
paid by credit card will be refunded to the
                                                                                                   college within the timeframe specified
credit card used in making the payment.          Howard Community College maintains a
                                                                                                   in the notice of overpayment, the stu-
All tuition paid by using the FACTS payment      program of grants, scholarships, loans and
                                                                                                   dent's debt will be referred to the
plan will be refunded by check or electron-      part-time employment for eligible students.
                                                                                                   U. S. Department of Education for col-
ic transfer, depending on the student’s
                                                 ●   APPLICATION PROCEDURES                        lection. The student will not be eligi-
refund election.
                                                 Students must complete the Free                   ble for financial aid at any institution
                                                 Application for Federal Student Aid               until that debt is repaid in full.
TUITION PAYMENT PLAN                             (FAFSA) to begin the application proce-
It is a goal of the college that no student                                                        ●   ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
                                                 dure. The FAFSA link is available on the
should be restricted from attending this                                                           Students who wish to receive financial
                                                 HCC website at www.howardcc.edu/finan-
institution because of financial hardship.                                                         aid must meet specific eligibility
                                                 cialaid. Students seeking any type of finan-
HCC offers a tuition payment plan through                                                          requirements. For a complete listing of
                                                 cial aid are strongly urged to apply by the
NelNet Business Solutions (formerly FACTS                                                          requirements, please refer to the most
                                                 March 1 priority filing date. Students and/or
Management Company) to ease this bur-                                                              recent HCC Catalogue or the HCC
                                                 parents who would like to apply for a loan
den. This information and payment plan                                                             website. Students receiving certain
                                                 should also complete the on-line loan
application are available online on HCC’s                                                          types of financial aid are required to
                                                 process on the HCC website.
website under the Current Students and                                                             attempt or maintain a minimum num-
Pay for College sections. Information            ●   VERIFICATION POLICY                           ber of credits per semester in order to
brochures are available at the cashier’s win-    The U.S. Department of Education selects          keep the full aid award.
dow and in the Finance office.                   certain financial aid applicants for review in


                  HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                    ●   www.howardcc.edu            ●
     ●   AWARDING POLICY                              financial aid files. Any credit balance
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     Financial aid is not awarded until all           created from financial aid funds that
     required information has been received           exceed the total of tuition, fees and           STEP
     and reviewed by Financial Aid Services.          books and supplies purchased in the
     A student's registration for any session
     will not be held unless aid has been
     awarded prior to the bill due date.
     Students can view their financial aid
                                                      HCC Bookstore will be refunded to the
                                                      student. Funds will be send via check
                                                      or electronic transfer, depending on the
                                                      student’s refund election.
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     award amounts on HCC Express, at
     www.HCCExpress.net.
                                                      ●   PAYMENT REQUIREMENT
                                                      If the amount of tuition and fees due
                                                                                                      Get Ready
     ●   CENSUS DATE
     Students may receive aid only for classes
                                                      to the college is not entirely paid by
                                                      financial aid, the student is responsible
                                                                                                      for Class
     in which they are registered as of the           for paying the remaining charges                  Textbooks will be available in
     last date to drop for the regular                according to the college's payment                   the store and online for
     semester. Students may not receive aid           schedule. Financial Aid students who              Summer on May 16, 2011 and
     for late start classes such as Office            wish to drop their classes are advised             for Fall on August 8, 2011.
     Technology or mini-session classes such          to do so during the 100% refund peri-
     as Microsoft, unless they registered for         od. Students who drop classes after             BOOKSTORE
     these classes during the official drop           this period will be responsible for any         Textbooks play an important part in suc-
     period. The Schedule of Classes contains         outstanding charges. Dates and dead-            cessful learning and are required for
     the specific date each term.                     lines for dropping classes are pub-             most credit courses. The HCC Bookstore
                                                      lished in the Schedule of 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           scholarships, loans and work study, or          wear and many other items.
     the summer sessions, financial aid is            assistance in the application process,
     applied directly to the college tuition bill     please contact Financial Aid Services.          BOOKSTORE SHOPPING–
     amount for students with complete                                                                   443-518-1400
                                                                                                         RCF-113
         Other Things to Know About Financial Aid...                                                  Bring your registration receipt to match
                                                                                                      your course and section numbers to the
         What Happens if You Never Attend A Class?                                                    semester booklists provided for your use
         If you register for a class and never attend, you may receive a grade of “NA”
                                                                                                      in the Bookstore. Textbooks are shelved
         from the instructor. The “NA” grade will be reported to Financial Aid Services
         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-            TEXTBOOKS FOR LAUREL
         tain satisfactory academic progress toward their degree/certificate requirements for
                                                                                                      COLLEGE CENTER (LCC)–The Laurel
         each semester in which they are enrolled. HCC determines these standards in
         accordance with federal regulations. Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards are            College Center does not have an on-
         available in the HCC Catalogue, the HCC website at www.howardcc.edu and                      site college bookstore. You may
         Financial Aid Services.                                                                      purchase your books directly from
         Return of Title IV Funds Regulations                                                         the HCC Bookstore for all classes
         Students receiving financial aid have the responsibility to follow the college’s with-       offered at LCC. At your request,
         drawal procedures as outlined in the HCC Catalogue. Students who withdraw from               textbooks from the bookstore can be
         HCC (officially or unofficially) may have their aid reduced by a Federal Return of           delivered directly to LCC for easy
         Title IV Funds calculation. This may result in the student owing funds to the col-           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                shipping to your home at no extra
         on the listed topics, please inquire within Financial Aid Services.                          charge, www.howardccbooks.com.

                         HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                 ●   www.howardcc.edu            ●
TEXTBOOK REFUND POLICY                          birth, addresses, e-mail addresses,              out materials from the HCC Library.
Your cash register or credit card receipt is    telephone numbers, major fields of study,           ID cards are issued to students at the
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required for all refunds. NO EXCEPTIONS.        attendance dates, degrees, honors, and           Security Office (RCF-117) after registering
New textbooks must be returned in new           awards, participation in officially recognized   for classes. Students must have their
and unsoiled condition and, if packaged in      college activities or sports and athletic team   card re-validated following registration
shrink-wrap, unopened. Bookstore staff will     members' weight and height. The college          each term.
determine acceptable refund condition.          generally will release only the student's           To obtain an ID card, you need:
Defective books will be replaced at no          name, dates of attendance, degrees, and          • Proof of HCC enrollment (tuition
charge. Refund time limits also apply, as       honors earned as directory information.             receipt or class schedule)
follows: FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS: text-            To have directory information withheld,       • A valid photo ID
books must be returned within the first two     notify the registrar in writing. The college     • Vehicle Parking Permit Number and
weeks of the semester. WINTER, SUMMER           honors such requests only for the current           Vehicle Tag Number
SESSIONS & CONTINUING EDUCATION:                term; students should file renewed requests         All students are responsible for
textbooks must be returned within the first     at the start of each term.                       knowing their student ID number, also
week of the session. Textbooks for courses                                                       used for many transactions. Whenever
                                                ● PARKING PERMITS
that run less than one week are not return-                                                      possible, students are urged to provide
                                                All vehicles parked on campus must
able. Textbook purchases during the semes-                                                       their student ID number rather than their
                                                display a valid parking permit. Students
ter must be returned within one week of                                                          social security number (SSNs should
                                                must register their vehicle and obtain a
purchase for refund. Special order books                                                         only be provided when required; for
                                                parking permit from the Security Office in
and non-text books (reference and test                                                           example, for certain financial aid
                                                the Rouse Company Foundation Building.
prep books, for example) as well as calcu-                                                       documents.) Students are also strongly
                                                Student parking permits are valid for one
lators, electronics, computer diskettes, and                                                     advised to safely maintain all documents
                                                academic year (beginning in August) and
software are not refundable.                                                                     that have identifying information on
                                                allow parking only in the student-designated
                                                                                                 them, especially ID or SSN.
THE WELCOME &                                   lots. Unauthorized parked vehicles are
INFORMATION CENTER                              subject to traffic citations and/or towing at    LOCKS & LOCKERS
The Welcome and Information Center oper-        the owner’s expense.                             All college lockers require locks that are
ates the campus switchboard and also has        ● MAPS & CAMPUS CALENDAR                         purchased from the Bookstore at a cost of
campus counter service locations. The cen-      Visit the Welcome & Information Center           $6 each. All locks must be removed from
ter provides students with general informa-     for copies of various maps of the                lockers the last day of the credit spring
tion regarding college programs, services       campus layout and individual buildings,          semester and may be returned to the
and course information. The center also         or visit the HCC website                         Bookstore for a $3 refund. Without notice
provides information about office hours,        www.howardcc.edu. Click on “About                the college may remove a lock that is not
locations, and directions to and within the     HCC” for directions, maps, classroom             a college lock or that remains on a locker
campus. It assists students with quick          locations, and other information to help         between the last day of credit spring
access to their academic schedules, notary      you get to and around our campus                 semester and the first day of Summer
services, voter registration forms, and vari-   locations.                                       Session. HCC holds no responsibility for
ous campus publications such as the cata-         Visit the HCC website                          the lock or locker contents. To use a lock-
logue, schedule of classes, student hand-       www.howardcc.edu and click on “News              er at the Athletic and Fitness Center, you
book and campus maps. The online cam-           and Events” for featured events and              must register with the Athletic and Fitness
pus calendar and campus display monitors        activities. The on-line campus calendar is       Center Tech Office. Lockers are available
are maintained by the Welcome and               available at www.howardcc.edu/calendar           on a semester basis only. There are also
Information Center. Call 443-518-1000 (TTY      and includes the college's numerous              limited daily lockers available, but you must
users call via MD Relay).                       academic, athletic, cultural, and social         remove the lock after class. No registration
                                                events and activities for the entire             is necessary for these type of lockers.
● NOTARY SERVICES
Current students are eligible to have their     college community.
                                                                                                 CHILD CARE SERVICES
school related documents notarized free                                                          The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) func-
of charge. To take advantage of this            STUDENT ID CARDS, ID
                                                                                                 tions as both a campus child care center
service, students must come to one of           NUMBERS AND IDENTITY
                                                                                                 and a lab school for HCC students in pro-
the Welcome Center locations and                PROTECTION
                                                                                                 grams working with young children. Part-
present a valid photo ID, such as a             Howard Community College has estab-
                                                                                                 time and full-time educational childcare
driver's license photo, and proof of            lished processes to enable student to pro-
                                                                                                 services are available for children (ages 8
enrollment at the college.                      tect identity and confidentiality rights.
                                                                                                 weeks-24 months) of HCC students, and for
                                                Students are expected to have their college
● DIRECTORY      INFORMATION                                                                     children (ages 24 months-5 years) of HCC
                                                photo ID cards with them at all times
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy                                                        students, staff and faculty. Rates vary. Low-
                                                when on campus. These cards are
Act (FERPA) allows the Director of                                                               income students may be eligible for subsi-
                                                required to transact most college business
Records and Registration (Registrar) to                                                          dies. The center is open M–F from 7:15
                                                and for admittance to student computer
release student directory information. This                                                      a.m.-6 p.m. For further information, contact
                                                labs, college functions, and the athletic and
information may include names, date of                                                           the Child Care Director at 443-518-4150.
                                                fitness center. They are required to check

                  HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                   ●   www.howardcc.edu           ●
                                                       advocacy and self- advocacy training; special-   or pass so a login account can be created.
20                                                     ized equipment and adaptive software.            The computer lab staff will assist users with
     STEP                                              ● STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES                       login, software, and hardware problems in
                                                          PROGRAM(SSSP)                                 the lab.



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                                                          443-518-1300, RCF-302                         ●  COMPUTER FILE STORAGE
                                                       Provides a more personalized, structured         Students are encouraged to use flash
                                                       continuum of support services including          (thumb) drives for storage of personal files
                                                       mentoring opportunities, transfer initiatives,   in the classrooms and computer labs.
                                                       and learning community activities for eli-       Network file storage is available via the
     Succeed &                                         gible students meeting federal guidelines
                                                       of low-income and/or first generation col-
                                                                                                        internet. Stop by the Computer Labs in
                                                                                                             10
                                                                                                        DH-1 or CL-129 or contact the Technology
     Enjoy!                                            lege and/or documented disability.               Help Desk (see below) for information and
                                                                                                        assistance in setting up your student web
                                                       LIBRARY                                          storage folder.
     Whether you’re attending HCC full-time or         We offer print and online resources in
     taking a single class, college will become a                                                       ●  STUDENT EMAIL
                                                       a friendly, comfortable environment
     significant part of your life. HCC provides a                                                      Students are encouraged to use the email
                                                       that has both group and quiet study
     large network of services and opportunities                                                        accounts provided by the college. It is a
                                                       areas. We have over 55,000 resources
     to help you succeed and enjoy a full                                                               good method for HCC staff to communi-
                                                       including print and electronic books,
     college experience.                                                                                cate information to all students as well as
                                                       print and online collections of
                                                                                                        for students to contact faculty and staff. A
                                                       research journals and popular maga-
     ACADEMIC SUPPORT,                                                                                  link for email is available from the college
                                                       zines, and multimedia such as music
     COUNSELING & CAREER                                                                                web page at www.howardcc.edu under
                                                       cds, dvds, and streaming audio/video.
     SERVICES                                                                                           “Current Students.” You can obtain your
                                                       Computer workstations are available for
     HCC offers a variety of support services                                                           User ID (login name) and password from
                                                       conducting research and for writing
     that are free to students to help clarify their                                                    the Registration office, the Technology Help
                                                       and we have wireless/power outlets for
     goals and career plans, assist them in suc-                                                        Desk (see contact information below), or
                                                       laptops. From off campus, you may
     ceeding in their coursework, help them                                                             by using the “What’s My User ID?” utility
                                                       access many of the resources on our
     handle daily personal problems, and to                                                             on the HCC Express login page www.hcc-
                                                       website via user id/password. Need
     assist with accommodations for persons                                                             express.net. Your student email adress is
                                                       answers? Library staff are available dur-
     with disabilities. These services include:                                                         your UserID@howardcc.edu.
                                                       ing library hours to assist you with
     ● COUNSELING & CAREER SERVICES                    your research needs and you can                  ● HCC EXPRESS
        443-518-1340, RCF-302                          email us 24/7.                                   HCC Express (www.hccexpress.net) is
     Includes career counseling and career assess-                                                      the online system students may use to:
                                                       HOWARD COUNTY CENTER OF
     ment; job hunting and employment assistance;                                                       – Find out if specific credit and noncred-
                                                       AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE,
     cooperative education and internship experi-                                                         it classes are available.
                                                       INC . RESEARCH LIBRARY
     ences; support services for low-income, single                                                     – Find your User ID (login name).
                                                          443-518-4002, CL-220
     parents and displaced homemakers; and per-                                                         – Register for, add, drop, or withdraw
                                                       Located in Room 220 of the HCC Library,
     sonal counseling and crisis intervention.                                                            from classes.
                                                       students and visitors are invited to explore
                                                                                                        – Pay bills.
     ● LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER                      the HCCAAC, Inc. research library
                                                                                                        – Access information such as class
        (LAC) 443-518-1320, RCF-340                    collection of over 3,000 publications by and
                                                                                                          schedules, grades, advising assignment,
     Free scheduled or drop-in tutoring; course        about African Americans. Call for hours.
                                                                                                          financial aid and scholarship status,
     writing assistance; assistance for ESL stu-       COMPUTER SERVICES                                  and academic course history.
     dents; study skills and success strategy
                                                       ●  COMPUTER LABS                                 ● WIRELESS NETWORK ACCESS
     workshops; computer and adaptive labs.
                                                       HCC provides two computer study labs,            Students may contact the Technology Help
     ●  RETENTION SERVICES                             which offer a quiet academic environment         Desk (see below) for information about
        443-518-1320, RCF-340                          where students can study, practice skills        access to HCC's wireless network
     Provides academic monitoring, assessment,         learned in class, and complete homework.         (HCCOPEN) for their personal notebook
     study skills enhancement, assistance with         These labs are located in CL-129 and DH-         computers. HCC staff is not responsible for
     academic planning/goal setting, and innova-        10.
                                                       1 They are equipped with IBM compati-            configuring or troubleshooting individual
     tive programming that support students’ aca-      ble computers with Internet access, scan-        wireless connection problems. Open yoru
     demic persistence and success.                    ners, CD/DVD writers, printers, and soft-        web browser and log in using the same
     ●  SERVICES FOR STUDENTS                          ware packages based upon the needs of            credentials as your email.
        WITH DISABILITIES (DSS)                        the academic community. Credit students
                                                                                                        ● TECHNOLOGY HELP DESK
        443-518-1300, RCF-302                          may enter the lab and log into a computer
                                                                                                        The Help Desk is available to assist
     Accommodation determination based on dis-         using their student email login ID and pass-
                                                                                                        students having problems with email,
     ability and appropriate documentation; pro-       word (see below). Alumni with member-
                                                                                                        HCC Express, computer login, online
     vides coordination of services such as note       ship ID may use a computer after register-
                                                                                                        course accounts and other technology
     takers, interpreters, extended time for tests;    ing with lab staff and presenting a valid ID

                        HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                    ●   www.howardcc.edu           ●
problems. Students may stop by the            STUDENT LIFE                                  activities and provides students with
Help Desk in Room DH-110, call the                                                          referrals as necessary. Areas of focus
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                                              Multiple organizations provide services
Help Desk at 443-518-4444, email              and opportunities for HCC students            include but are not limited to, stress
helpdesk@howardcc.edu or online at            that complement the classroom experi-         management, nutrition, fitness, repro-
www.howardcc.edu/helpdesk.                    ence through social, cultural, experi-        ductive health, alcohol and substance
                                              mental and leadership experiences:            abuse. Wellness services include:
ATHLETICS & FITNESS                                                                         acupuncture and massage treatments
As a member of the National Junior            ● OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE
                                                                                            ($35/hour), free auricular acupuncture
College Athletic Association (NJCAA),            443-518-1420, SA-201 (second floor)
                                                                                            and 15-minute chair massages. Visit
the Maryland JUCO (Junior College)            All students are encouraged to get
                                                                                            the Wellness Center and find balance
and Region XX Conferences, HCC pro-           involved as leaders, participants, or
                                                                                            and harmony in all aspects of your
vides athletic programs to appeal to a        volunteers. Activities are planned based
                                                                                            life. www.howardcc.edu/wellnesscenter
vast majority of the student body. The        upon student input and participation,
                                                                                                Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Intercollegiate Athletic offerings include    and funded by student-generated fees.
men’s and women’s programs in cross           Student Life also arranges for several        ● GAME ROOM
country, soccer, basketball, outdoor          off-campus trips such as Broadway                443-518-4936, SA-101
track, and lacrosse. Women’s volleyball       plays in NYC, sports events, museums          The game room provides the following for
is offered in the fall. Contact Athletic &    and leadership retreats.                      the enjoyment of all students: FREE wide
Fitness staff to determine whether par-                                                     screen TV, pool tables, table tennis, gaming
                                              ● STUDENT GOVERNMENT
ticipation in a particular sports program                                                   systems, board games, and sponsored tour-
                                                 ASSOCIATION (SGA)
requires full- or part-time academic                                                        naments and activities.
                                                 443-518-4573, SA-201B
enrollment. Intramurals are offered on                                                         Hours: Mon–Thurs, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
                                              The SGA serves as the official voice
a limited basis based on student inter-                                                        Hours: Fri, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                              of the student body, and allows for
est and facility availability. For more       student involvement in the develop-           ●  CLUBS
information on all of these sport pro-        ment and administration of college            Clubs are formed by students who
grams, look to the TV monitors all            policies. The SGA meets twice a               wish to explore common interests. All
over campus, stop by the Athletic &           month in order to make the schedule           students are welcome to join an exist-
Fitness Center, or go to the athletic         manageable for students. All students         ing club or form a new club. A list of
web page at www.howardcc.edu/                 are encouraged to get involved.               existing clubs is available in the Office
athletics. Facilities for the fitness mind-                                                 of Student Life Office or on the
                                              ●  STUDENT PROGRAM BOARD (SPB)
ed are located here. Students must                                                          Student Life web page at
                                                 443-518-4845, SA-201E
have a current Student ID to use these                                                      http://www.howardcc.edu/students/
                                              The SPB is responsible for selecting,
facilities and to attend athletic events.                                                   student_life/get_involved/
                                              planning and implementing a diverse
                                                                                            get_involved.html. For more informa-
FOOD SERVICE                                  offering of social and educational events
                                                                                            tion about clubs contact the SGA at
                                              including dances, concerts, films and lec-
●  CAFÉ ON THE QUAD                                                                         443-518-4573.
                                              tures. All students are welcome and
   443-518-4960, RCF-120                      encouraged to help plan events.
The Café on the Quad operates a com-                                                        REP STAGE
plete food service Monday through Friday      ● THE HCC TIMES                                  Studio Theatre and Smith Theatre
during the Fall and Spring semesters. A          443-518-4937, SA-201C                         Box Office 443-518-1500
limited menu is provided during winter        The HCC Times is the student news-               www.repstage.org
and summer sessions. The menu consists        paper published monthly by HCC stu-           The professional theatre company in resi-
of a daily entrée, grill items, salad bar,    dents to keep the college community           dence at HCC brings together the finest
soup, pizza, deli sandwiches, desserts,       informed about events, resources and          actors, directors and designers in the
assorted beverages and daily specials.        activities. There are opportunities to        Baltimore-Washington area to produce a
Look for postings of specific hours and       join the newspaper staff and get              diverse season of shows that celebrate
services, or call the number above.           involved through photography, desktop         the best of both classic and contempo-
                                              publishing, layout and design, advertis-      rary literature for the stage. Student tick-
● VENDING MACHINES
                                              ing, creative writing and reporting.          ets are only $12.
Food, snack and Coca-Cola beverages
vending machines are located throughout       ●  KAISER PERMANENTE
                                                                                            HCC-TV
campus. Microwave ovens are located on           WELLNESS CENTER
                                                                                            HCC houses an Emmy Award winning tele-
the lower level of the ST Building and           443-518-4950, CL-178
                                                                                            vision production facility. The staff of HCC-
on the first floor of the Hickory Ridge       The Wellness Center provides a cen-
                                                                                            TV brings to the screen original program-
Building. All machines accept coins and       tralized location for students to learn
                                                                                            ming, commercials, educational and train-
dollar bills; there are no bill changers on   more about wellness related topics,
                                                                                            ing programs. The station facilitates the air-
campus. Vending machine refunds are           address health concerns and take
                                                                                            ing of telecourses offered by the college, as
available from the Bookstore and the          action toward self-improvement. The
                                                                                            well as acquiring quality programming from
Hickory Ridge Building Welcome Center.        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           ●
22                                      OFFICE AND SERVICE HOURS OF OPERATION
     Hours may differ for each office, including modified summer                  LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER (LAC), Room RCF-340
     hours. 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.
     Fall, Winter and Spring Semesters when Classes are in Session                Library hours during Winter and Summer will be posted.
     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
     CASHIER’S WINDOW, Room RCF-212                                               Tuesday and Thursday . . . . . . . . . 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
     Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-7:30 p.m.                Evening Hours
     Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m.              Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8 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 p.m.
     Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a.m.-11 p.m.                     Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:45 a.m.-5 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.
     FINANCIAL AID SERVICES, Room RCF-222                                         Hours subject to change.
     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 . . . . . . . . . . 4:30-6:30 p.m.
     Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m.-3 p.m.                 Hours subject to change.
     Walk-in Financial Aid Counseling - Evening
     Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7 p.m.*                          WELCOME CENTER, RCF-114 (Main Location)
     *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:
     Dinner, Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . 4:30-7:30 p.m.                       ● HCC Mobile Alert System text or email message

     The Cafe on the Quad is open Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-                       (www.howardcc.edu/alert to subscribe for free).
     7:30 p.m. and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.                                       ● Website homepage (www.howardcc.edu)

     Special hours for the months of January, June, July and August will          ● Phone switchboard recorded message (443-518-1000)

     be announced.                                                                ● Most Balto-Wash metro radio & TV broadcasts and/or websites




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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 in these alternative
    formats are listed on the following pages. For further information and requirements,
        refer to page 26, 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.

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
                               rentals, or as streamed from the HCC library homepage. Telecourse
delivered over the Internet,
                               students meet periodically on campus for a limited number of review and/or
through television, or a       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. Many of the Office
subject matter as in a
                               Technology (OFFI) and Computer Systems (CMSY) courses are offered in
traditional 15-week credit     this format.
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–Fall only unless noted                                       ENGL-230 Technical Writing
     ACCT-111 Principles of Accounting I (Summer Session 3)              EXSC-209 Sport and Exercise Nutrition (Summer Session 1)
     ACCT-112 Principles of Accounting II (Summer Session 3)             EXSC-210 Sport/Exercise Psychology (Summer Session 2)
     ANTH-105 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology                      EXSC-220 Intro to Martial Arts
     ARTT-103 Art Appreciation (Summer Session 4)                        FILM-101 Intro to Film (Summer Session 3)
     ARTT-104 Art History I                                              FILM-171 Intro to American Cinema
     ARTT-122 History of Modern Art                                      FINE-101 Humanities Through the Arts (Summer Session 2, 3, 4)
     ASTR-104 Elementary Astronomy                                       FINE-102 Arts, Cultures, and Ideas
     ASTR-114 Elementary Astronomy Lab                                   FNPL-101 Personal Finance Planning
     BIOL-104 Oceanography (Summer Session 2)                            FNPL-201 Investment Analysis
     BMGT-100 Introduction to Business                                   FNPL-901 Investment in Common Stock
     BMGT-145 Principles of Management & Organization (Summer            GEOL-107 Introduction to Physical Geology
       Session 1)                                                        GEOL-117 Introduction to Physical Geology
     BMGT-151 Business Law I                                             HEAL-105 Drug Calculations
     CMSY-101 Beginning Spreadsheets                                     HEAL-110 The Health Care Professional
     CMSY-102 Beginning Word Processing                                  HEED -101 Health and the World of Risk (Summer Session 4)
     CMSY-103 Beginning Databases                                        HEED-104 Personal Nutrition Assessment
     CMSY-104 Advanced Word Processing                                   HEED-106 Intro to Stress Management
     CMSY-110 Software Applications for Micros                           HEED-115 Personal and Comm Health (Summer Session 4)
     CMSY-116 PowerPoint                                                 HEED-125 Ethics in Professional Practice
     CMSY-117 Advanced Spreadsheets                                      HEED-150 Women's Health (Summer Session 3)
     CMSY-118 Advanced Databases                                         HEED-211 Nutrition (Summer Session 1)
     CMSY-126 Introduction to Internet                                   HEED-213 Stress Management
     CMSY-127 Microsoft Outlook                                          HEED-216 Health Care in the U.S. (Summer Session 1)
     CMSY-128 Introduction to HTML                                       HIST-111 American History to 1877 (Summer Session 2)
     CMSY-129 Principles of Internet (Summer Session 1 and 4)            HIST-112 American History Since 1877 (Summer Session 1, 4)
     CMSY-132 Introduction to Windows                                    HIST-121 Ant World Prehis to Mid
     CMSY-134 Introduction to Operating Systems                          HIST-122 Western Civ and Premod World (Summer Session 2, 3)
     CMSY-136 Integrated Software Applications                           HIST-123 Western Civ and Modern World (Summer Session 2)
     CMSY-142 Operating System Fundamentals I                            HIST-228 Women Euro Hist: 1750 - PRE (Summer Session 2)
     CMSY-143 Operating System Fundamentals II                           MATH-105 Drug Calculations
     CMSY-148 Advanced HTML                                              MATH-138 Statistics
     CRIM-101 Introduction to Criminal Justice                           METO-111 Meteorology
     ECON-101 Principles of Economics-Macro                              MUSC-101 Music Appreciation
     ECON-102 Principles of Economics-Micro                              NUTR-211 Nutrition (Summer Session 1)
     ECON-201 Money and Banking                                          OFFI-279 Keyboarding
     EDUC-111 Child Growth and Development (Summer Session 3)            OFFI-290 Medical Terminology
     EDUC-200 Introduction to Special Education                          PHIL-101 Intro to Philosophy (Summer Session 2)
     EDUC-201 Processes and Acquisitions Reading or Early                PHIL-103 Intro to Ethics
       Childhood, Elementary and Special (Summer Session 3)              PHYS-106 Earth and Space and Science
     Education (Infants-Grade 8) Teachers                                POLI-101 American F ederal Government
     EDUC-202 Reading Secondary Part I (Summer Session 3)                PSYC-101 General Psychology (Summer Session 1)
     EDUC-206 Reading Secondary Part II (Summer Session 3)               PSYC-203 Abnormal Psychology
     EDUC-260 Educational Psychology                                     SOCI-101 Introduction to Sociology
     EDUC-265 Educational Assessment (Summer Session 3)                  SPCH-105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Summer Session 4)
     ENGL-115 Creative Writing                                           THET-131 Theatre Appreciation
     ENGL-121College Composition I: Expository Writing (Summer           WMST-150 Women's Health (Summer Session 2)
       Session 1, 3, 4)                                                  WMST-228 Women Euro Hist: 1750-PRE
     ENGL-126 Introduction to Journalism
     ENGL 201 American Literature I                                      TELECOURSE
     ENGL 203 English Literature I                                       ECON-101 Prin of Economics Macro (Summer Session 2)
     ENGL-206 American African American Lit (Summer Session 3, 4)        SOCI-101 Intro to Sociology (Summer Session 2)
     ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature                                       SPAN-101 Elementary Spanish I (Summer Session 2)
     ENGL-210 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, & Drama (Summer
       Session 4)
     ENGL-226 World Literature I



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HYBRID--Fall only unless noted                                      CMGT-235 International Breads
ACCT-112 Prin. Of Accounting II                                     CMGT-240 Baking and Pastries Showpieces
ACCT-201 Accounting Field Experience I (Summer Session 2, 3)        CMSY-105 Personal Computer Systems Repair I
ACCT-202 Accounting Field Experience II (Summer Session 2, 3)       CMSY-106 Personal Computer Systems Repair II
BMGT-100 Introduction to Business & Organization                    CMSY-110 Software Appl. for Micro
BMGT-130 Principles of Marketing                                    CMSY-161 Computer and Internet Basic
BMGT-142 Business Development and Sales for Leaders                 CMSY-168 Developing for the Web
BMGT-145 Principles of Management                                   CMSY-211 Web Tools for Successful Business
BMGT-200 Managing for the Future                                    CMSY-255 Introduction to Unix
BMGT-201 Business Work Experience I (Summer Session 2, 3)           CMSY-256 Linux Server Administration
BMGT-202 Business Work Experience II (Summer Session 2, 3)          CMSY-250 Systems Analysis and Design
BMGT-203 Business Ethics                                            CSCO-281 Network Fundamentals
CMSY-129 Principles of Internet                                     CSCO-282 Routing Protocols and Concepts
CMSY-201 Computer Systems Work Experience I (Summer                 CSCO-283 LAN Switching and Wireless Networks
  Session 2, 3)                                                     CSCO-284 Accessing the WAN
CMSY-202 Computer Systems Work Experience II (Summer                HMGT-111 Foodservice Safety and Sanitation
  Session 2, 3)                                                     MSFT-272 Impl & Supp MS XP Professional
COOP-190 Internship I (Summer Session 2, 3)                         MSFT-273 Mng & Main MS Server 2003 Environment
COOP-191 Internship II (Summer Session 2, 3)                        MSFT-277 MS Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
COOP-201 Cooperative Education Work Experience I (Summer            MSFT-299 Fundamentals and Practice for Network+ Certification
  Session 1, 2)                                                     OFFI-177 Grammar for Your Job
COOP-202 Cooperative Education Work Experience II (Summer
  Session 2, 3)                                                     OPEN ENTRY--Summer Session 1 and Fall unless noted
EDUC-101 Praxis I Review Course-Reading/Writing Tests               CMSY-101 Beginning Spreadsheets
EDUC-102 Praxis I Review Course-Math Test                           CMSY-102 Beginning Word Processing
ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature                                       CMSY-103 Beginning Databases
ENGL-121 College Composition                                        CMSY-104 Advanced Word Processing
ENTR-101 Entrepreneurship and Creativity                            CMSY-110 Software Applications for Micros
FNPL-201 Personal Finance Planning                                  CMSY-116 PowerPoint
HEAL-108 Developing Professional Behaviors                          CMSY-117 Advanced Spreadsheets
HMGT-242 Lodging Management and Operation                           CMSY-118 Advanced Databases
MATH-070 Intermediate Algebra                                       CMSY-122 Microsoft Expression Web
MATH-138 Statistics                                                 CMSY-123 Microsoft Office Publisher
MATH-155 Precalculus I & II                                         CMSY-126 Introduction to the Internet
NURS-103 Transition in Nursing II                                   CMSY-127 Microsoft Outlook
OFFI-201 Office Technology Work Experience (Summer Session          CMSY-128 Introduction to HTML
  2, 3)                                                             CMSY-132 Introduction to Windows
RETL-201 Retailing Work Experience I (Summer Session 3)             CMSY-134 Introduction to Operating Systems
RETL-202 Retailing Work Experience II (Summer Session 3)            CMSY-136 Integrated Software Applications
                                                                    CMSY-142 Operating System Fundamentals I
FAST TRACK--Fall only unless noted                                  CMSY-143 Operating System Fundamentals II
FYEX-100 First Year Experience (Summer Session 1)                   ENTR-102 Entrepreneurial Assessment
HEED-211 Nutrition                                                  ENTR-103 Starting Your Own Business I
NUTR-211 Nutrition                                                  ENTR-154 Introduction to eBay
SOCI-101 Introduction to Sociology                                  ENTR-903 Starting Your Own Business II
SPCH-105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                            OFFI-100 Office Machines
                                                                    OFFI-102 Editing Skills
EXPRESS--Fall                                                       OFFI-104 Data Entry
ACCT-111 Principles of Accounting I                                 OFFI-270 Medical Transcription Techniques
ACCT-112 Principles of Accounting II                                OFFI-275 Office Simulation (Fall only)
ACCT-114 Managing Finances with QuickBooks                          OFFI-279 Keyboarding
ARAB-201 Intermediate Arabic I                                      OFFI-280 Legal Terminology and Transcription (Fall only)
ARAB-202 Intermediate Arabic II                                     OFFI-281 Legal Document Preparation (Fall only)
BMGT-178 Business Writing                                           OFFI-290 Medical Terminology (Fall only)
BMGT-204 Taking Your Business Mobile                                OFFI-293 Beginning Medical Transcription (Fall only)
CMGT-135 Baking and Pastries                                        OFFI-297 Advanced Medical Transcription (Fall only)



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      Distance Learning and Alternative Course Formats
                 INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
       For complete technical requirements, specific course instructions, and to help you assess which options
             best fit with your lifestyle as well as your learning style, visit www.howardcc.edu/distance.


              ONLINE
     In an online course, instruction, learning activities, and           Some online courses have required on-campus orientation
     interactions between faculty and students take place online          sessions and a few online courses meet from one to four
     on a dedicated course website.                                       times per semester for up to 12 hours total for review ses-
                                                                          sions or other class activities. Additionally, many online
     Taking an online class has many advantages, including                courses require you to come to the HCC Test Center, or
     increased flexibility in completing homework assignments,            another approved test center, for proctored exams.
     the ability to communicate with your classmates and your
     instructor from the convenience of your own home or                  A basic understanding of the Internet and web browsing
     workplace, and enhanced access to written materials                  are required. Online course activities may be completed
     ranging from discipline-specific Internet resources to saved         using home computer Internet access, or the campus
     chats and instructors' class announcements. However, an              computer labs. Online classes begin when the regular
     online class is not for everyone. For instance, if you need          class begins. When online class registration is complete,
     the discipline of meeting on campus several times a week             you may log on to your password-protected course website
     and you enjoy the in-person interaction with other students          beginning on the first day of the semester. For complete
     and your instructor, you are more likely to succeed in a             technical requirements, visit HCC’s distance learning web-
     regular classroom or hybrid course format.                           site listed above.


     " HYBRID
     A hybrid course is conducted half online and half on campus.         course activities may be completed using home
     It is an ideal combination of classroom interaction with the         computer Internet access, or the campus computer
     use of online resources. Because so many of the course               labs. Hybrid classes begin when the regular class
     interactions are conducted online, the amount of class meeting       begins. For complete technical requirements for the
     time is half that of the traditional onsite version of the course.   online portion of your hybird class, and any specific
                                                                          course instructions, visit HCC’s distance learning
     For your online course interaction, a basic understanding            website listed above.
     of the Internet and web browsing are required. Online


     Â        OPEN ENTRY
     An open entry course allows shorter completion times, flex-          you wish. You may do all of the work for this course at
     ibility of start dates, and drop-in hours. Many of the Office        home (except tests).
     Technology (OFFI) and Computer Systems (CMSY) courses
     are offered in this format.                                          Many of the courses offered in Office Technology may be
                                                                          taken online, following the same format as the open entry
     There are many advantages to taking an open entry course.            classes, except that the online sections are only offered
     If you are unable to begin a course at the beginning of a            twice a year. As an online student, you may do the work at
     traditional semester, you may start later. You can complete          home (except for tests) or in the Office Technology class-
     the course as quickly as you are able to do the work.                room. Immediately after enrolling in one of the online
     These courses do not follow the structured lecture-style             courses, submit an Office Technology pre-semester notifica-
     classroom format. The Office Technology classroom                    tion form to receive specific course instructions the week
     (DH301) is staffed with certified instructors to help you,           classes begin. For complete requirements, forms, and spe-
     one-on-one, any time the classroom is open. You may vary             cific open entry course instructions, visit HCC’s distance
     your hours from week to week and attend class as often as            learning website listed above.

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ACCOUNTING                                           SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                     EVENING
                                                                                                         3474   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
                                                                                                            The student will work with an on campus
                                                                                                            mentor who will assist the student with
                                                     3527 050      6:30PM-10:00PM    MW
                                                                                                            establishing work experience goals.
ACCT-111         Principles of Accounting I             Fees: $25.00.                                       Students will be required to participate in
                 (3 credits)                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  a seminar and submit written reports on
Introduction to the recording, summarizing and       3528 M050 6:00PM-9:30PM         MWTH                   his/her progress.
analyzing of business transactions including the        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug             Fees: $25.00.
preparation and interpretation of financial state-      10, 2011.
ments.                                                  Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                         ACCT-202         Accounting Field
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                                               Experience II (3-4 credits)
EVENING                                              ACCT-201          Accounting Field
                                                                                                         Supervised work experience which relates di-
3350 050      6:30PM-9:15PM     MTTH                                   Experience I (3-4 credits)        rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
3351 051      4:00PM-7:00PM     MTTH
                                                     Supervised work experience which relates di-        must receive prior approval to register for this
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     work experience course. Call the Career Center
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                must receive prior approval to register for this    (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
3352 M050 6:00PM-9:30PM         MWTH                 work experience course. Call the Career Center          PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,         (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.              three credits should select Section C050.
   2011.                                                 PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for               Those registering for four credits should se-
   Fees: $25.00.                                         three credits should select Section C050.           lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                              Those registering for four credits should se-       ter after the semester begins.
EVENING                                                  lect Section C051. Students may still regis-        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
3424 050      6:30PM-8:50PM     MW                       ter after the semester begins.                      better grade point and demonstration of
   Fees: $25.00.                                         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or            pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                         better grade point and demonstration of             to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                           pre-employment skills. Student placement is         ter (Room RCF-302).
 ONLINE                                                 to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
3471   N090                                              ter (Room RCF-302).                             SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
   An online course is delivered primarily                                                               " HYBRID
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.       SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         3428   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
   See page 26 for general information and           " HYBRID                                               A hybrid course is half online and half on
   requirements.                                     3426   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      campus. See page 26 for general
   Fees: $30.00.                                        A hybrid course is half online and half on          information and requirements.
                                                        campus. See page 26 for general                     The student will work with an on campus
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                          information and requirements.                       mentor who will assist the student with
EVENING                                                 The student will work with an on campus             establishing work experience goals.
3526 050      6:30PM-9:15PM     MTTH                    mentor who will assist the student with             Students will be required to participate in
   Fees: $25.00.                                        establishing work experience goals.                 a seminar and submit written reports on
                                                        Students will be required to participate in         his/her progress.
                                                        a seminar and submit written reports on          3429   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
ACCT-112         Principles of Accounting               his/her progress.                                   The student will work with an on campus
                 II (3 credits)                      3427   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      mentor who will assist the student with
A continuation of ACCT-111 which includes ac-           The student will work with an on campus             establishing work experience goals.
counting for corporations and managerial ac-            mentor who will assist the student with             Students will be required to participate in
counting issues.                                        establishing work experience goals.                 a seminar and submit written reports on
   PRQ: ACCT-111                                        Students will be required to participate in         his/her progress.
                                                        a seminar and submit written reports on             Fees: $25.00.
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             his/her progress.
EVENING                                                 Fees: $25.00.
3425 050      6:30PM-8:50PM     TTH
   Fees: $25.00.                                     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                                                                                              KEY
                                                     " HYBRID
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                       3473   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                    COURSE #
 ONLINE                                                A hybrid course is half online and half on
3472 N090                                               campus. See page 26 for general                   CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   An online course is delivered primarily              information and requirements.                              Chemistry I (4 credits)
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.          The student will work with an on campus
   See page 26 for general information and                                                                Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        mentor who will assist the student with
   requirements.                                                                                          mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        establishing work experience goals.
   Fees: $30.00.                                                                                           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        Students will be required to participate in       1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM    MWF
                                                        a seminar and submit written reports on           1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM   TTH
                                                        his/her progress.
                                                                                                                SECTION    TIME         DAY(S)
                                                                                                                NUMBER
                                                                                                          SYNONYM
                                                                                                          Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                          on student schedules.



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     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     " HYBRID
                                                        ANTHROPOLOGY                                          ART
     3475   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM    W
        A hybrid course is half online and half on      ANTH-104          Intro. to Physical                  ARTT-101          Two-Dimensional Basic
        campus. See page 26 for general                                   Anthropology &                                        Design (3 credits)
        information and requirements.
        The student will work with an on campus                           Archaeology (3 credits)             A course designed to develop the student’s sen-
        mentor who will assist the student with         This introduction to archaeology and physical         sitivity to the visual world stressing two-dimen-
        establishing work experience goals.             anthropology will study the artifacts of previous     sional works of art.
        Students will be required to participate in     cultures and the fossil record of early hu-           SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
        a seminar and submit written reports on         mankind. Saturday field work may be substitut-        DAY
        his/her progress.                               ed for some regular classroom meetings.               1149   701   2:00PM-5:50PM      MTTH
     3476   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                 Fees: $5.00.
        The student will work with an on campus
                                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
        mentor who will assist the student with
        establishing work experience goals.             DAY                                                   DAY
                                                        1747   901   1:00PM-3:50PM       TWTH                 1208   701   9:00AM-12:50PM     MTTH
        Students will be required to participate in
        a seminar and submit written reports on                                                                  Fees: $5.00.
        his/her progress.                               ANTH-902          Issues in Global
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                                          Archaeology (3 credits)             ARTT-103          Art Appreciation
                                                        This course will study ancient sites from                               (3 credits)
     AMERICAN SIGN                                      around the world. This introduction class will
                                                        examine famous archeological sites from many
                                                                                                              The overall purpose of this course is to en-
                                                                                                              courage an appreciation of Western Art. This is
     LANGUAGE                                           different cultures. Emphasis will be given to the
                                                        identification, analysis, interpretation and
                                                                                                              a highly visual course in which the student will
                                                                                                              examine and discuss works of art from the pre-
                                                        preservation of archeological data, including ar-     historic to the contemporary periods. The stu-
     AMSL-101         Elementary American               tifacts. Methods and techniques learned will be       dent will be looking at and analyzing many
                      Sign Language I                   applied to a local archaeological site.               images in order to gain an understanding of
                                                             Also listed as GEOG-902.                         their form and content. The student will be an-
                      (4 credits)
                                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           alyzing the formal structure of various works of
     In this introductory course, students learn to                                                           art as well as considering them in the context
     sign at a basic level. They will learn about the   EVENING
                                                        1814 950     6:00PM-8:50PM       TWTH                 of the historical period and cultural framework
     culture of the deaf and about their community.                                                           in which they were produced. Simple studio
     In class, they will focus on the basic vocabu-                                                           projects may be included. Recommended for
     lary for signing as well as on how to form basic                                                         non-art majors.
     communication for the deaf.                        ARABIC                                                SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                                                                              TELEWEB
     DAY                                                ARAB-101          Elementary Arabic I                 1209 W990
     5434   101    1:00PM-3:30PM    TWTH                                                                         This online course incorporates the video
        Fees: $25.00.                                                     (4 credits)
                                                                                                                 and print materials of a professionally
                                                        In this introductory course, students learn to lis-      produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                        ten, speak, write, and read at a beginning level.        cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
     AMSL-102         Elementary American               Students will become familiar with the Arabic            videostreamed from the HCC library
                      Sign Language II                  script and sound system, develop a working vo-           homepage to individual student computers.
                      (4 credits)                       cabulary, learn rudimentary grammatical con-             Fees: $45.00.
                                                        cepts, practice conversational dialogues, and
     In AMSL-102, students review finger spelling       expand their knowledge of Middle Eastern cul-
     and core signs. They continue to commuicate        tures.                                                ARTT-109          Drawing I (3 credits)
     basic ideas, needs and reactions. More vocab-
     ulary will be introduced as students increase      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                        An introduction to basic theories, practices and
     their conversational and receptive skills. Stu-    DAY                                                   techniques of various drawing media.
     dents will learn more about deaf culture, soci-    5435   103   9:30AM-12:00PM      TWTH                 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     ety, and issues about the deaf.                       Fees: $25.00.                                      EVENING
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                                                           1150 750     7:00PM-10:50PM     MTTH
     EVENING
                                                                                                                 Fees: $10.00.
     3477 150      6:00PM-8:30PM    TWTH                                                                      SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                         DAY
                                                                                                              1210   701   9:00AM-12:50PM     MTTH
                                                                                                                 Fees: $10.00.




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ARTT-141        Basic Photography                   ARTT-152           Ceramics II (3 credits)             SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                (3 credits)                         A continuation of experiences that will result in      DAY
                                                                                                           1215   701   2:00PM-5:50PM      MTTH
This course will focus on developing the skills     the mastery of handbuilt forms. Interested stu-
                                                                                                              Fees: $30.00.
necessary to identify and produce a good pho-       dents will also have an opportunity to explore
tograph and on acquiring a thorough knowl-          the potter’s wheel.
edge of appropriate photographic equipment. In          PRQ: ARTT-151                                      ARTT-254         Landscape Oil Painting I
addition, the student will learn the basic ele-     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                                          (3 credits)
ments of design, composition and lighting, as       DAY                                                    Landscape Oil Painting I is a basic introduction
well as, develop an understanding of the tech-      1212   701   9:00AM-2:00PM       TTH                   to the theories, practices, and techniques of
nical skills in photography including cameras,         Fees: $35.00.                                       painting outdoors and on-site as a tool for un-
films, exposure meters, depth of field, film de-
                                                                                                           derstanding the representation of the form,
velopment and print processing. Students must
                                                    ARTT-211           Painting I (3 credits)              space, suggestion, and simplification of the nat-
have access to a fully adjustable 35mm SLR
                                                                                                           ural environment.
FILM camera.                                        A course using oil painting to develop the stu-            ARTT-101 and ARTT-109 (4 hours weekly)
    Additional supplies will cost around $300.      dent’s comprehension of basic elements of
    Most of these supplies can be used in fu-       painting and spatial elements.                         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
    ture photography classes. Chemicals and            PRQ: ARTT-101 and ARTT-109                          DAY
    lab facilities are supplied. BRING CAMERAS                                                             1154   701   9:00AM-2:50PM      TTH
    TO FIRST CLASS. If students do not own a        SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                            Fees: $10.00.
    camera, information will be provided to as-     DAY
                                                    1213   701   2:00PM-5:50PM       MTTH                  STUDY ABROAD
    sist them in purchasing one.                                                                           1155 702   -
                                                       Fees: $5.00.
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                                   Howard Community College offers a summer
DAY                                                                                                           study abroad program to Provence, France.
1151   701   10:30AM-4:00PM     TTH                 ARTT-212           Painting II (3 credits)                Students have the opportunity to earn college
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                              credit while living and creating art that
                                                    The student will continue the study of oil paint-
                                                                                                              reflects the landscape in self-catering
                                                    ing techniques and development of concepts,
                                                                                                              apartments in the beautiful Luberon
                                                    theories and styles of painting.
ARTT-146        Digital Photography I                   PRQ: ARTT-211
                                                                                                              Mountains of Provence. The program is
                (3 credits)                                                                                   designed to have a balance of planned and
                                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                            free time to allow participants to visit and
In this course students will gain a working                                                                   explore the beautiful towns of Provence. This
                                                    DAY
knowledge of digital image creation and pro-                                                                  program runs from May 13-28, 2011. This
                                                    1214   701   2:00PM-5:50PM       MTTH
duction. While revisiting traditional photograph-                                                             section is restricted to participants of the
                                                       Fees: $5.00.
ic themes, such as portraiture, still life, the                                                               2011 Summer Study Abroad Program. See
nude, the landscape, abstraction, montage, and                                                                Study Abroad - SABR-915-101 for more
the social document, students will learn the ba-    ARTT-246           Photographic Studio                    information, or contact Peter Collier at 443-
sics of scanning, selection tools, painting and
editing tools, color correction, special effects,
                                                                       Lighting (3 credits)                   518-4870 or email PCollier@howardcc.edu.
print options, and more. With an emphasis on        An introduction to the principles of artificial
content as well as craft, students will learn to    lighting and camera work as they are applied
design, retouch, and composite images for vi-       in studio photography; teaches studio lighting
sual communication and self-expression. Basic       for sill lifes, products, portraits, and figure pho-
computer literacy is highly recommended.            tography. Students must have a 35mm fully ad-
    PRQ: ARTT-101.                                  justable SLR or DSLR camera. The use of
                                                    medium format cameras will be covered. Pre-
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         requisite: ARTT-142. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours
DAY                                                 lab)
1179   701   9:00AM-12:30PM     TTH
   Fees: $50.00.                                    SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                    EVENING
                                                    1181 750     6:30PM-10:30PM      MW                                         KEY
ARTT-151        Ceramics I (3 credits)                 Fees: $50.00.                                        COURSE #
A course leading the student through a pro-
gression of experiences that will result in an      ARTT-252           Painting III (3 credits)             CHEM-101 General Inorganic
ability to create handbuilt forms.                                                                                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                    This course is designed to further challenge the
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                      student who has completed Painting II. Each             Emphasis on solving problems involving
DAY                                                 semester there will be a specific focus, such as,       mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
1211   701   9:00AM-2:00PM      TTH                 Landscape, Still Life, The Portrait, etc. There          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Fees: $35.00.                                    will be an emphasis on the student finding and          1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                    developing their own style in responding to             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                    each specific focus.                                          SECTION     TIME        DAY(S)
                                                        PRQ: ARTT-212                                             NUMBER
                                                                                                            SYNONYM
                                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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     ARTT-255        Landscape Oil Painting II          ASTR-114          Elementary Astronomy                 SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                     (3 credits)                                          Lab (1 credit)                       EVENING
                                                                                                               4268 550      6:30PM-9:50PM   MTTH
     This is a continuation of Landscape Oil Paint-     In this course the student will acquire elemen-                      6:30PM-9:50PM   MTTH
     ing I. This course will review the basic theo-     tary observational, measurement, and experi-              Fees: $43.00.
     ries, practices, and techniques of painting        mental experiences in astronomy. The student           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     outdoors and will introduce alla prima painting,   will utilize the metric system to measure given        2470 J550 6:00PM-9:50PM       MTTH
     a variation in surfaces, and the development of    objects, make a simple telescope, plot the                        6:00PM-9:50PM      TTH
     a personal approach. Composition and color         moon’s orbit, identify spectral lines, use a mi-          Fees: $43.00.
     for expression and personal directions in con-     crocomputer for simulations and CAI, make
     temporary painting will also be covered.           and record observations of the sunset location         SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     [PRQ] ARTT-254 (4 hours weekly)                    and moon’s phases for several weeks. Experi-           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                        ments will be performed to demonstrate scien-          2493 J501 11:00AM-1:15PM      MTWTH
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                                          8:30AM-10:45AM     MTWTH
                                                        tific concepts used in astronomy. At least one
     DAY                                                night time observation is required.                       Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
     1156   701   9:00AM-2:50PM     TTH                                                                           10, 2011.
                                                             If you have completed ASTR-104 or an
        Fees: $10.00.                                        equivalent course in a previous semester,            Fees: $43.00.
                                                             please call the Science/Technology chair-
     ARTT-905        Photographic                            person or the Admissions Office for a             BIOL-104         Oceanography (3 credits)
                                                             course waiver.
                     Independent Projects                    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070; Pre- or      This course focuses on the marine environment
                     (3 credits)                             Co-requisite: ASTR-104.                           as a unique feature of the planet Earth. The
                                                                                                               course deals with the effect of oceans on
     A course designed to incorporate photographic      SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                            weather, contributions to the physical and his-
     and dark room techniques in the creative                                                                  torical development of man, and the impact of
                                                        EVENING
     process. This course, held in a seminar and lab    2469 550     6:30PM-10:00PM      W                     pollutants on marine resources.
     format, will include independent photographic         Fees: $43.00.
     and dark room projects.                                                                                   SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
        PRQ: ARTT-141                                                                                           ONLINE
                                                                                                               2471   W630 -
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     EVENING
                                                        BIOLOGY                                                   An online course is delivered primarily
                                                                                                                  over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
     1158 750     5:00PM-10:30PM    TTH
                                                                                                                  See page 26 for general information and
        Course only available for Audit.                BIOL-101          General Biology I                       requirements.
        Email Jan Starr, jstarr@howardcc.edu for                          (4 credits)                             This online course incorporates the video
        waivers.                                                                                                  and print materials of a professionally
        Fees: $50.00.                                   Following successful completion of Biology 101,
                                                        the student will be able to describe the char-            produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                        acteristics of living things at all levels of organ-      cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                        ization?from the atomic through the molecular,            videostreamed from the HCC library
     ASTRONOMY                                          cellular, and organismal levels. The study of             homepage to individual student computers.
                                                                                                               2472   W631
                                                        human genetics, development, and anatomy
                                                        and physiology will enable the student to relate          This online course incorporates the video
     ASTR-104        Elementary Astronomy               the chemical activities of the cell to the overall        and print materials of a professionally
                     (3 credits)                        function of man.                                          produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                            PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086                             cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
     Topics include historical astronomy, tools,                                                                  videostreamed from the HCC library
     naked-eye observations, stars, sun, planets,       SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                               homepage to individual student computers.
     galactic systems, space program and life                                                                     Fees: $45.00.
                                                        DAY
     throughout the universe. Students may take 3       2453   501   8:00AM-12:30PM      MTWTH
     credits of astronomy; however, LAB is needed                    8:00AM-12:30PM      MTWTH                 SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     for transfer of laboratory science elective.          Students should report to the lecture                ONLINE
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.              classroom on the first day of classes.              2491   W630
                                                        2454   502   8:00AM-12:30PM      MTWTH                    An online course is delivered primarily
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                     8:00AM-12:30PM      MTWTH                    over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
     EVENING                                               Students should report to lecture                      See page 26 for general information and
     2468 550     6:30PM-8:30PM     MTH
                                                           classroom on the first day of classes.                 requirements.
                                                           Fees: $43.00.                                          This online course incorporates the video
                                                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                     and print materials of a professionally
                                                        2455 J501 8:30AM-10:50AM         MTWTH                    produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                                   11:00AM-1:20PM        MTWTH                    cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                           Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,              videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                           2011.                                                  homepage to individual student computers.
                                                           Fees: $43.00.                                          Fees: $45.00.




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BIOL-107        Fundamentals of                     BIOL-203          Anatomy and Physiology            SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                Microbiology (4 credits)                              I (4 credits)                     EVENING
                                                                                                        2479 550     6:30PM-9:50PM     MTTH
This one semester course is designed mainly         Topics include histology, integumentary, skele-                  6:30PM-9:50PM     MTTH
for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-     tal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, and         Students should report to the lecture
dents. This course will investigate the charac-     special senses. For nursing students and those         classroom on the first day of classes.
teristics of living things from the molecular to    desiring two semesters of A&P only.                 2480   551   6:30PM-9:50PM     MTTH
the cellular level for both prokaryotic and eu-          PRQ: BIOL-101 or BIOL-107                                   6:30PM-9:50PM     MTTH
karyotic cells. The study of microbiology will                                                             Students should report to the lecture
                                                    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            classroom on the first day of classes.
enable the student to understand the biology of
bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses in terms of   DAY                                                 2481   552   6:30PM-9:50PM     MWF
                                                    2459   501   8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH                            6:30PM-9:50PM     MWF
the transmission of disease.
                                                                 8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH                  Students should report to the lecture
    PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086
                                                       Students should report to the lecture               classroom on the first day of classes.
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            classroom on the first day of classes.              Fees: $43.00.
DAY                                                 2460   502   8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH
                                                                 8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
2456   501   8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH                                                                   2482 M550 6:00PM-8:20PM        TTH
             8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH                  Students should report to the lecture
                                                                                                                   6:00PM-8:20PM       MW
   Students should report to the lecture               classroom on the first day of classes.
                                                    2461   503   1:00PM-5:30PM      MTWTH                  Fees: $43.00.
   classroom on the first day of classes.
2457   502   8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH                            1:00PM-5:30PM      MTWTH               SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
             8:00AM-12:30PM     MTWTH                  Students should report to the lecture            DAY
   Students should report to the lecture               classroom on the first day of classes.           2495   501   8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
   classroom on the first day of classes.           2462   504   1:00PM-5:30PM      MTWTH                            8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
                                                                 1:00PM-5:30PM      MTWTH
   Fees: $43.00.                                                                                           Students should report to the lecture
                                                       Students should report to the lecture               classroom on the first day of classes.
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                            classroom on the first day of classes.           2496   502   8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
EVENING                                                Fees: $43.00.                                                 8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
2473 550     6:30PM-9:50PM      MT                  LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  Students should report to the lecture
             6:30PM-9:50PM      TH                  2463 M501 10:00AM-12:00PM       MTWTH                  classroom on the first day of classes.
2474   551   6:30PM-9:50PM      MT                             12:30PM-2:30PM       MTWTH                  Fees: $43.00.
             6:30PM-9:50PM      W
                                                       Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
   Fees: $43.00.                                       2011.                                            2497 M501 10:00AM-12:00PM      MTWTH
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  Fees: $43.00.                                               12:30PM-2:30PM      MTWTH
2475 J550 6:00PM-9:50PM         MWTH                                                                    2498 M502 12:30PM-2:30PM       MTWTH
           6:00PM-9:50PM        MW                  SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                                                                   2:45PM-4:45PM       MTWTH
   Fees: $43.00.                                    EVENING                                                Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
                                                    2477 550     6:30PM-9:50PM      MTTH
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                                                                             10, 2011.
                                                                 6:30PM-9:50PM      MTTH
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                                                                      Fees: $43.00.
                                                       Students should report to the lecture
2494 J501 8:30AM-10:45AM        MTWTH                  classroom on the first day of classes.
           11:00AM-1:15PM       MTWTH               2478   551   6:30PM-9:50PM      MTTH
   Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug                       6:30PM-9:50PM      MTTH
   10, 2011.                                           Students should report to the lecture
   Fees: $43.00.                                       classroom on the first day of classes.
                                                       Fees: $43.00.
BIOL-200        Microbiology (4 credits)
Study of bacteria, algae, fungi, protozoa and       BIOL-204          Anatomy and Physiology
viruses in terms of morphology, classification,                       II (4 credits)
reproduction, metabolism, genetics, population
                                                    Continuation of BIOL-203 and includes the cir-
growth and environmental effects on growth
                                                    culatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and re-
and disease.                                                                                                                 KEY
                                                    productive systems.
    PRQ: BIOL-101 and 4 credits of chemistry.
                                                        PRQ: BIOL-203                                    COURSE #
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                                                                    CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
2458 M501 11:00AM-12:15PM       MTWTHF                                                                            Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                    2464 M501 12:30PM-2:30PM        MTWTH
           8:30AM-10:50AM       MTWTHF
                                                               10:00AM-12:00PM      MTWTH                Emphasis on solving problems involving
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,           Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   2011.                                               2011.                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Fees: $43.00.                                       Fees: $43.00.                                     1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                                                              1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                               SECTION     TIME        DAY(S)
2476 M550 6:00PM-7:50PM         MW                                                                             NUMBER
           6:00PM-8:25PM        TTHF
   Laurel section runs June 1 to July 27, 2011.                                                          SYNONYM
   Fees: $43.00.                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                         on student schedules.



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     BUSINESS                                             BMGT-134          Coaching As a Tool for
                                                                                                                opportunity to study current legal and ethical is-
                                                                                                                sues affecting business, contracts, sales, and
                                                                            an Effective Leader                 the American legal system. The knowledge and
     BMGT-100         Introduction to Business                              (3 credits)                         skills gained from Business Law I are useful for
                                                                                                                careers in business, human resources, man-
                      & Organization (3 credits)          In this course the student will learn how coach-      agement, alternative dispute resolution, public
                                                          ing as a philosophy and a set of behaviors is         policy, sales and entrepreneurship.
     In this course, students will explore all of the
                                                          impacting organizations and their leaders today.
     primary disciplines in business on an introduc-                                                             SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                          Students will be able to apply coaching behav-
     tory level: economics, human resource man-
                                                          iors to all types of leadership situations. Stu-      EVENING
     agement,       finance    options,   managerial
                                                          dents will explore and understand the                 3359 050      6:00PM-9:00PM       MWTH
     accounting principles and marketing strategies.
                                                          relationship between leader/coach and employ-          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     Students will examine challenges present in the
                                                          ee/team member. Learning tools will include
     current business environment and consider                                                                  EVENING
                                                          case studies, journaling, experiential learning
     them with an eye toward ethics, social respon-                                                             5381 050      6:00PM-8:50PM       TTH
                                                          and role play.
     sibility and effective management strategies in a
     global economy. The course is kept current by        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     students’ exposure to guest speakers and case        EVENING
                                                                                                                BMGT-175          Business
     analyses. Some written and oral reports will be      3358 050      6:00PM-8:50PM      TWTH                                   Communications
     required from these activities. This course is          Fees: $30.00.                                                        (3 credits)
     ideal both for students who wish to pursue a
                                                          SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                        Communication skills are vital to the success of
     career in business and those who wish to gain
     a better understanding of the business world in      DAY                                                   any employable person in today?s competitive or-
     which they live.                                     5382   001    9:00AM-11:50AM     TTH                  ganizational environment. Those able to commu-
                                                             Fees: $30.00.                                      nicate an idea through interpersonal
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                                communication, technology, and writing will be
     DAY                                                                                                        better prepared to conduct themselves properly in
     3353   001    9:00AM-11:30AM    MWTH                 BMGT-145          Principles of Management            an organizational setting. This interdisciplinary and
     EVENING                                                                (3 credits)                         emerging issues core course encompasses four
     3354 050      6:00PM-8:30PM     MTW                  This class focuses on the knowledge needed            primary facets of business communication appli-
      ONLINE                                             by today’s business managers as they make de-         cable to any employment setting: business writing,
     3356   N090                                          cisions in the current frequently changing, glob-     interpersonal business communication, business
        An online course is delivered primarily           al workplace. Students will obtain skills in such     etiquette and professionalism, and business com-
        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.       areas as: leadership, domestic and global busi-       munications utilizing technology. Students will
        See page 26 for general information and           ness culture, strategy and decision-making, the       learn how to function cohesively and communi-
        requirements.                                     four basic management functions, and informa-         cate as a team by delivery of a persuasive group
        Fees: $30.00.                                     tion and operations systems management. The           presentation. Finally, course members will learn
                                                          course will provide several opportunities to          how companies leverage technology, vital to our
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                                                                      global economy, such as web applications, social
     3355 M050 6:00PM-9:00PM         MWTH                 apply knowledge in individual and small group
                                                          assignments and activities. This course will in-      media, and other tools to better communicate in-
        Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
                                                          troduce the concepts of project management            ternally as well as with customers. This course is
        2011.
                                                          and the importance of strategic vision.               a Business elective, a Humanities Core course and
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                           PRQ: BMGT-100                                     fulfills the Oral Communications requirement.
     EVENING                                                                                                          Also listed as SPCH-175.
     3530 050      6:30PM-9:00PM     MTTH                 SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                                                                                 SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                           ONLINE
                                                          3482   N090                                           DAY
     BMGT-130         Principles of Marketing                An online course is delivered primarily            5440   001    9:30AM-11:50AM      TTH
                      (3 credits)                            over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                             See page 26 for general information and            BMGT-201          Business Work
     Students will learn the introductory principles of      requirements.
     marketing—research, segmentation, targeting,            Fees: $30.00.                                                        Experience I (3-4 credits)
     product/service attributes, pricing, distribution
                                                          SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        Supervised work experience which relates di-
     and promotion. Strategies will be explored to
                                                                                                                rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
     create an effective marketing plan for an or-        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 must receive prior approval to register for this
     ganization. The course is kept current by stu-       5570 M001 12:15PM-3:35PM         MTTH
                                                                                                                work experience course. Call the Career Center
     dents’ exposure to guest speakers and case              Laurel classes run from July 11 to Aug 10,
                                                                                                                (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
     analyses. Some written and oral reports will be         2011.
                                                                                                                    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     required from these activities.
                                                                                                                    three credits should select Section C050.
        PRQ: BMGT-100.
                                                          BMGT-151          Business Law I (3 credits)              Those registering for four credits should se-
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                                                                                 lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
                                                          This introductory course provides students with
     DAY                                                                                                            ter after the semester begins.
                                                          an opportunity to study law and its impact on
     3531   001    9:00AM-11:30AM    MWTH                                                                           PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                          business. Students will learn basic legal con-
                                                                                                                    better grade point and demonstration of
                                                          cepts and their application, build a vocabulary
                                                                                                                    pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                          unique to business and the law and develop
                                                                                                                    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                          critical thinking skills that are essential to ana-
                                                                                                                    ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                          lyzing cases and making sound business deci-
                                                          sions. The course will provide students with an


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SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         BMGT 205        Principles of International
" HYBRID                                            " HYBRID                                                            Business (3 Credits)
3432   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3434   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
   A hybrid course is half online and half on          A hybrid course is half online and half on       This course is designed to infuse international
   campus. See page 26 for general                     campus. See page 26 for general                  cultural awareness and expand that awareness
   information and requirements.                       information and requirements.                    to multiple international business cultures that
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus          are active in the current global marketplace.
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with          The course will focus on knowledge and skills
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.              pertaining to a wide variety of business opera-
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in      tions needed for success in today's internation-
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on          al arena.
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                                    PRQ: BMGT-100
3433   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3435   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   SESSION 1: May 31-July 01
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus
                                                                                                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with
                                                                                                        5569 ___   4:00pm-7:15pm        MTTH
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.
                                                                                                           Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in
                                                                                                           2011
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.
   Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $25.00.                                    BMGT-240        Human Resource
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                      Management (3 credits)
" HYBRID                                            " HYBRID                                            This course focuses on the practical and theo-
3483   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3485   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   retical concepts relating to the management of
   A hybrid course is half online and half on          A hybrid course is half online and half on       people and concentrates on the human ele-
   campus. See page 26 for general                     campus. See page 26 for general                  ment in businesses today. Students will learn
   information and requirements.                       information and requirements.                    aspects of staffing (hiring process), perform-
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus          ance appraisals, supervision, and analyses of
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with          key legislation affecting the management of per-
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.              sonnel. Students will deal with six highly inter-
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in      dependent        areas:     Human     Resource
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on          Development, Employee Relations/Motivation,
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                                Legal Compliance, Compensation and Benefits,
3484   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3486   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   Safety and Health, and Employee Labor Rela-
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus          tions.
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with              PRQ: BMGT-100
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in      SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on          EVENING
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                                3437 050     6:30PM-8:50PM      TTH
   Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $25.00.                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                                                                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
BMGT-202         Business Work                      BMGT-203           Business Ethics                  3533 M050 6:00PM-9:00PM         MWTH
                                                                                                           Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
                 Experience II (3-4 credits)                           (3 credits)                         10, 2011.
Supervised work experience which relates di-        This course will study the status and elements
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     of ethics within the modern business world and
must receive prior approval to register for this    environment. The impact of governing bodies,
work experience course. Call the Career Center      the role of industry-imposed guidelines, the el-
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.          ement of corporate social responsibility, and ac-
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           cepted standards of conduct will comprise                                KEY
    three credits should select Section C050.       some of the elements of this course. Students
                                                                                                         COURSE #
    Those registering for four credits should se-   will learn to examine instances of ethical dilem-
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-    ma, select elements that influence ethical con-
    ter after the semester begins.                  siderations, and determine appropriate ethical       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        decision-making processes.                                    Chemistry I (4 credits)
    better grade point and demonstration of                                                              Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is                                                          mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-       EVENING
                                                    3360 050      6:00PM-8:50PM     MTW                   PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
    ter (Room RCF-302).                                                                                  1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                       Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                                                                             SECTION      TIME         DAY(S)
                                                                                                             NUMBER
                                                                                                         SYNONYM
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                         on student schedules.



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     CARDIOVASCULAR                                     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                        SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26

     TECHNOLOGY                                         DAY
                                                        2465   501   8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
                                                                                                           EVENING
                                                                                                           2486 550     6:30PM-9:50PM      MTTH
                                                                     8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH                            6:30PM-9:50PM      MTH
                                                           Students should report to the lecture              Students should report to the lecture
     CARD-123        Hemodynamics                          classroom on the first day of classes.             classroom on the first day of classes.
                     (3 credits)                        2466   502   8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH                  Fees: $43.00.
                                                                     8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
      This course encompasses the physical princi-
                                                           Students should report to the lecture
     ples and mathematical equations specifically ap-
     plicable to the field of cardiovascular
     technology. The course includes studies in
                                                           classroom on the first day of classes.
                                                           Fees: $43.00.                                   CHINESE
     using mathematic formulas, chemistry and
     physics to evaluate the hemodynamics of the        CHEM-102         General Inorganic                 CHNS-101        Elementary Mandarin
     cardiovascular system. Pre-requisite: BIOL 203,                                                                       Chinese I (4 credits)
     BIOL 204, PHYS 101 or equivalent and appro-
                                                                         Chemistry II (4 credits)
     priate score on Math Placement exam or eligi-      Emphasis on solving problems involving chem-       In this introductory four-credit course, students
     ble to enroll in MATH-070, CARD-121 and            icals, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium,       learn to listen, speak, write and read at a be-
     CARD-122.                                          ionic and heterogeneous equilibria in aqueous      ginning level. Students will become familiar
                                                        solutions, electrochemistry, and reaction rates.   with simple Chinese characters and the sound
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                         PRQ: CHEM-101                                  system of Chinese (including accent and
     DAY                                                                                                   tones). They will develop a basic working vo-
     4420   301   11:30AM-2:30PM    TTH                 SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                     cabulary and learn simple grammatical con-
        Fees: $50.00.                                   DAY                                                cepts. Upon completion of this elementary
                                                        2499   501   8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH               Chinese course students will be able to hold a
                                                                     8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH               simple conversation about every day situations.
     CARD-124        X-Ray Theory for                      Students should report to the lecture           Finally, students will expand their knowledge of
                     Cardiovascular                        classroom on the first day of classes.          Chinese culture and civilizations.
                                                        2500   502   8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH
                     Technology (3 credits)                          8:00AM-12:30PM    MTWTH               SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     This course is designed for students enrolled in      Students should report to the lecture           DAY
     the Cardiovascular Technology program. It will        classroom on the first day of classes.          5436   103   9:30AM-12:00PM     TWTH
     provide an in-depth study of x-ray theory to in-      Fees: $43.00.                                      Fees: $25.00.
     clude x-ray imaging, basic sciences, electro-
     magnetic radiation, radiobiological effects, and
                                                        CHEM-103         Fundamentals of General
     dose limits for radiation workers. Prerequisite:
     Admission to Cardiovascular Technology Pro-                         Chemistry (4 credits)             CISCO
     gram, Permission of CVT Program Director,          This one semester course is designed mainly
     PHYS-101 or equivalent and appropriate score       for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-    CSCO-283        LAN Switching and
     on Math Placement Exam or eligible to enroll       dents. This course will provide the student with
     in MATH-070.
                                                                                                                           Wireless Network
                                                        an introduction to inorganic chemistry and gen-
                                                        eral chemical principles. The student will be                      (3 credits)
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                        able to answer questions and solve problems        This course helps students develop an in-depth
     DAY
     4421   301   8:00AM-11:00AM    TTH                 involving measurement, atomic structure, chem-     understanding of how switches operate and are
        Fees: $30.00.                                   ical bonding, molecular structure, chemical re-    implemented in the LAN environment for small
                                                        actions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions,       and large networks. Beginning with a founda-
                                                        kinetics, equilibrium and nuclear reactions.       tional overview of Ethernet, this course provides
                                                            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.           detailed explanations of LAN switch operation,
     CHEMISTRY                                          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                                                           VLAN implementation, Rapid Spanning Tree
                                                                                                           Protocol (RSTP), VLAN Trunking Protocol
                                                        EVENING                                            (VTP), Inter-VLAN routing, and wireless net-
     CHEM-101        General Inorganic                  2484 550     6:00PM-9:20PM     MTH
                                                                                                           work operations. Students analyze, configure,
                                                                     6:00PM-9:20PM     T
                     Chemistry I (4 credits)            2485   551   6:00PM-9:20PM     MTH                 verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP,
     Emphasis on solving problems involving mole                     6:00PM-9:20PM     W                   and wireless networks. Campus network design
     concept, gas laws and kinetic theory, stoi-           Fees: $43.00.                                   and Layer 3 switching concepts are introduced.
     chiometry and chemical equations, solutions,                                                              PRQ: CSCO-281
     atomic structure, and electronic arrangement.                                                         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070.            CHEM-201         Organic Chemistry I
                                                                                                           EVENING
                                                                         (4 credits)                       2467 550     5:30PM-10:00PM     MTTH
                                                        Emphasis on solving problems involving                Fees: $100.00.
                                                        nomenclature, physical properties and synthesis
                                                        of aliphatic compounds such as alkanes, alco-
                                                        hols, carboxylic acids, aldehydes and ketones.
                                                            PRQ: CHEM-101




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                                                        The student must come to campus                    Monday 8 to 12
CSCO-284        Accessing the WAN                       periodically to take written and computer          Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
                (3 credits)                             tests that have deadlines for completion.          Wednesday 8 to 12
This course explains the principles of traffic          This course requires 40-50 hours to                Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
control and access control lists (ACLs) and             complete.                                          Fees: $20.00.
provides an overview of the services and pro-           Monday 8 to 12
tocols at the data link layer for wide-area ac-         Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
                                                        Wednesday 8 to 12                               CMSY-104         Advanced Word
cess. Students learn about user access
technologies and devices and discover how to            Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                             Processing (1 credit)
implement and configure Point-to-Point Protocol         Fees: $20.00.                                   After successful completion of this course, the
(PPP), Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet                                                            student will be able to use advanced features
(PPPoE), DSL, and Frame Relay. WAN securi-           CMSY-102             Beginning Word                of Microsoft Word that include customizing and
ty concepts, tunneling, and VPN basics are in-                                                          automating Word’s features; navigating in a doc-
troduced. The course concludes with a                                     Processing (1 credit)         ument; creating source references, specialized
discussion of the special network services re-       After successful completion of this course, the    tables and indexes; working with shared docu-
quired by converged applications and an intro-       student will be able to use beginning features     ments; and protecting documents. This course
duction to quality of service (QoS).                 of Microsoft Word that include creating, for-      may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and
    PRQ: CSCO-282 and CSCO-283                       matting, enhancing, and merging documents.         may be started at any time during the school
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       This course may be completed in fewer than         year. All of the work for the course (except
                                                     14 weeks and may be started at any time dur-       tests) may be done outside of class if student
EVENING                                              ing the school year. All of the work (except       has compatible software.
2501 550     5:30PM-10:00PM     MTTH
                                                     tests) may be done outside of class if student         PRQ: CMSY-102
   Fees: $100.00.
                                                     has compatible software. Prerequisite: Key-
                                                                                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                     boarding skills.
CSCO-908        CCNA Security (3 credits)                                                               Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                        3368   001   -
This course concentrates on in-depth, theoreti-      Â OPEN ENTRY                                          An open entry course allows shorter
cal understanding of network security princi-        3366   001   -                                        completion times, flexibility of start dates,
ples, as well as the tools and configuration            An open entry course allows shorter                and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
available. This course emphasizes the practical         completion times, flexibility of start dates,      general information and requirements.
application of skills needed to design, imple-          and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                 The student must come to campus
ment, and support network security. This cur-           general information and requirements.              periodically to take written and computer
riculum helps prepare students for entry-level          The student must come to campus                    tests that have deadlines for completion.
security career opportunities implementing              periodically to take written and computer          This course requires 40-50 hours to
Cisco IOS Network Security (IINS) certification         tests that have deadlines for completion.          complete.
exam (640-543) leading to the Cisco CCNA Se-            This course requires 40-50 hours to                Monday 8 to 12
curity Certification.                                   complete.                                          Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
    PRQ: :CCNA Certification or CSCO-272 or             Monday 8 to 12                                     Wednesday 8 to 12
    CSCO-284                                            Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             Wednesday 8 to 12                                  Fees: $20.00.
                                                        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
EVENING                                                 Fees: $20.00.
2488 550     5:30PM-10:30PM     TTH
   Fees: $100.00.
                                                     CMSY-103             Beginning Databases
                                                                          (1 credit)
COMPUTER SYSTEMS                                     After successful completion of this course, the
                                                     student will be able to use beginning features
CMSY-101        Beginning Spreadsheets               of Microsoft Access that include tables, queries
                                                     and multiple table queries, forms, and reports.
                (1 credit)                           This course may be completed in fewer than                              KEY
After successful completion of this course, the      14 weeks and may be started at any time dur-
                                                                                                         COURSE #
student will be able to use features of Microsoft    ing the school year. All of the work may be
Excel that include functions and formulas, for-      done outside of class (except tests) if student
matting, charts, and lists. This course may be       has compatible software.                            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be          SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                                                                  Chemistry I (4 credits)
started at any time during the school year. All
of the work (except tests) may be done out-          Â OPEN ENTRY                                        Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                     3367   001   -                                      mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
side of class if student has compatible software.                                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        An open entry course allows shorter
Keyboarding skills are strongly recommended.                                                             1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                        completion times, flexibility of start dates,
                                                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                             and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
 OPEN ENTRY                                            general information and requirements.                  SECTION   TIME          DAY(S)
3365 001  -                                             The student must come to campus                        NUMBER
   An open entry course allows shorter                  periodically to take written and computer        SYNONYM
   completion times, flexibility of start dates,        tests that have deadlines for completion.
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
   and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                   This course requires 40-50 hours to              on student schedules.
   general information and requirements.                complete.


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     CMSY-110         Software Applications for           SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                      Micros (3 credits)                  Â OPEN ENTRY                                        Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                          3374   001   -                                      3376   001   -
     After successful completion of this course, the         An open entry course allows shorter                 An open entry course allows shorter
     student will be able to use word processing,            completion times, flexibility of start dates,       completion times, flexibility of start dates,
     spreadsheet, database, and presentation graph-          and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                  and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
     ic software. This course is designed for the be-        general information and requirements.               general information and requirements.
     ginning student and does not include advanced           The student must come to campus                     The student must come to campus
     concepts. Keyboarding skills are strongly rec-          periodically to take written and computer           periodically to take written and computer
     ommended.                                               tests that have deadlines for completion.           tests that have deadlines for completion.
         All sections use Microsoft Word, Excel, Ac-         This course requires 40-50 hours to                 This course requires 40-50 hours to
         cess, and PowerPoint.                               complete.                                           complete.
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                             Monday 8 to 12                                      Monday 8 to 12
                                                             Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
     DAY
     3369   001   9:00AM-12:30PM     MTTH                    Wednesday 8 to 12                                   Wednesday 8 to 12
        Fees: $50.00.                                        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
                                                             Fees: $20.00.                                       Fees: $20.00.
     EVENING
     3371 050     6:00PM-9:30PM      MTTH
        Fees: $35.00.                                     CMSY-117         Advanced Spreadsheets              CMSY-122         Microsoft Expression
     Â OPEN ENTRY                                                          (1 credit)                                          Web (1 credit)
     3370   002   -
                                                          After successful completion of this course, the     After successful completion of this course, the
        An open entry course allows shorter
                                                          student will be able to use Microsoft Excel to      student will be able to use Microsoft Expression
        completion times, flexibility of start dates,
                                                          apply advanced formatting techniques and func-      Web to create a Web site, customize the ap-
        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
                                                          tions, perform what-if analysis, create PivotTa-    pearance of a Web site, enhance a design with
        general information and requirements.
                                                          bles, use custom and advanced filters, and          Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), create and main-
        The student must come to campus
                                                          audit worksheets. This course may be com-           tain hyperlinks, add and enhance pictures, and
        periodically to take written and computer
                                                          pleted in fewer than 14 weeks and may be            publish a Web site. This course may be com-
        tests that have deadlines for completion.
                                                          started at any time during the school year. All     pleted in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
        This course requires 120-150 hours to
                                                          of the work (except tests) may be done out-         started at any time during the school year. All
        complete.
                                                          side of class if student has compatible software.   of the work (except tests) may be done out-
        Monday 8 to 12
                                                              PRQ: CMSY-101                                   side of class if the student has compatible soft-
        Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
                                                                                                              ware.
        Wednesday 8 to 12                                 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm              Â OPEN ENTRY                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
        Fees: $35.00.                                     3375   001   -                                      Â OPEN ENTRY
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                   An open entry course allows shorter              3377   001   -
     3372 J001 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTTH                    completion times, flexibility of start dates,       An open entry course allows shorter
        Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,            and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                  completion times, flexibility of start dates,
        2011.                                                general information and requirements.               and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
     3373   M050 6:00PM-9:00PM       MWTH                    The student must come to campus                     general information and requirements.
        Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,            periodically to take written and computer           The student must come to campus
        2011.                                                tests that have deadlines for completion.           periodically to take written and computer
        Fees: $35.00.                                        This course requires 40-50 hours to                 tests that have deadlines for completion.
                                                             complete.                                           This course requires 40-50 hours to
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                             Monday 8 to 12                                      complete.
     DAY                                                     Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 Monday 8 to 12
     3538   001   9:00AM-12:30PM     MTTH
                                                             Wednesday 8 to 12                                   Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
        Fees: $50.00.                                        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                Wednesday 8 to 12
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                   Fees: $20.00.                                       Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
     3539 J003 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTTH                                                                        Fees: $20.00.
        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
        10, 2011.                                         CMSY-118         Advanced Databases
        Fees: $50.00.                                                      (1 credit)                         CMSY-123         Microsoft ® Office
                                                          After successful completion of this course, the                      Publisher (1 credit)
     CMSY-116         PowerPoint (1 credit)               student will be able to use Microsoft Access to     After successful completion of this course, the
                                                          create advanced tables, queries, forms and re-      student will be able to use Microsoft Office Pub-
     After successful completion of this course, the
                                                          ports. Skills covered also include managing         lisher to create professional-looking publications
     student will be able to design and prepare Pow-
                                                          database objects, creating macros, and main-        for print and for publishing on the Web. This
     erPoint presentations using slide view, outline
                                                          taining relational databases. This course may       course may be completed in fewer than 14
     view, clip art, charts, drawing tools, and tem-
                                                          be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may         weeks and may be started at any time during
     plates. This course may be completed in fewer
                                                          be started at any time during the school year.      the school year. All of the work (except tests)
     than 14 weeks and may be started at any time
                                                          All of the work (except tests) may be done out-     may be done outside of class if student has
     during the school year. All of the work for the
                                                          side of class if student has compatible software.   compatible software.
     course (except tests) may be done outside of
                                                              PRQ: CMSY-103                                       PRQ: CMSY-102.
     class if student has compatible software.



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SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                          CMSY-127             Microsoft® Outlook            CMSY-129         Principles of Internet
 OPEN ENTRY                                                              (1 credit)                                     (3 credits)
3378   001   -
   An open entry course allows shorter               After successful completion of this course, the    The Internet provides worldwide communica-
   completion times, flexibility of start dates,     student will be able to use Microsoft Outlook to   tion capability and access to a vast amount of
   and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                send and receive e mails, organize schedules       information. It is also a source of misinforma-
   general information and requirements.             and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do      tion and attacks on computers. In this course,
   The student must come to campus                   lists, and notes. This course may be complet-      students learn about popular Internet tools and
   periodically to take written and computer         ed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be started       applications. Students will develop information
   tests that have deadlines for completion.         at any time during the school year. All of the     literacy skills for searching for and evaluating
   This course requires 40-50 hours to               work (except tests) may be done outside of         information in the Internet and learn to protect
   complete.                                         class if student has the complete version of Mi-   their computers and themselves from security
   Monday 8 to 12                                    crosoft Outlook (Not Outlook Web Access).          threats, hoaxes, and scams. The course intro-
   Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm               Keyboarding skills are strongly recommended.       duces business, legal and intellectual property
   Wednesday 8 to 12                                                                                    issues as they pertain to the Internet. Students
                                                     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                                                        will learn how to create web pages using
   Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
   Fees: $20.00.
                                                     Â OPEN ENTRY                                       HTML. Familiarity with a computer, file man-
                                                     3381   001   -
                                                                                                        agement skills, and touch typing are strongly
                                                        An open entry course allows shorter             recommended for success in this class. Credit
CMSY-126         Introduction to Internet               completion times, flexibility of start dates,   will only be granted for one of the following:
                                                        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for              CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.
                 (1 credit)                             general information and requirements.
After successful completion of this course, the         The student must come to campus                 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
student will be able to use the Internet to per-        periodically to take written and computer       DAY
form simple searches, use e-mail features and           tests that have deadlines for completion.       3383   001   10:00AM-12:50PM   TWTH
post to newsgroups. Familiarity with a comput-          This course requires 40-50 hours to                Fees: $50.00.
er and file management skills are strongly rec-         complete.                                        ONLINE
ommended before enrolling in this course. This          Monday 8 to 12                                  3384 N090
course may be completed in fewer than 14                Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 6 to 9                     An online course is delivered primarily
weeks and may be started at any time during             Wednesday 8 to 12                                  over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
the school year. All of the work (except the            Thursday 8 to 12; Night 6 to 9                     See page 26 for general information and
one test) may be done outside of class. Cred-           Fees: $20.00.                                      requirements.
it will only be granted for one of the following:                                                          Fees: $30.00.
CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.
                                                     CMSY-128             Introduction to HTML          SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                          (1 credit)                    DAY
 OPEN ENTRY                                                                                            3549   001   10:00AM-12:50PM   TWTH
3379 001  -                                          After successful completion of this course, the       Fees: $50.00.
   An open entry course allows shorter               student will be able to create a Web page using
   completion times, flexibility of start dates,     HTML, control the format of the page, and add       ONLINE
                                                     graphics to the page. Additional topics covered    3550 N091
   and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                                                                   3551 N092
   general information and requirements.             are ordered and unordered lists, forms, and ta-
                                                     bles. This course may be completed in fewer           An online course is delivered primarily
   The student must come to campus                                                                         over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
   periodically to take written and computer         than 14 weeks and may be started at any time
                                                     during the school year. All of the work may be        See page 26 for general information and
   tests that have deadlines for completion.                                                               requirements.
   This course requires 40-50 hours to               done outside of class (except tests) if student
                                                     has compatible software.                              Fees: $30.00.
   complete.
   Monday 8 to 12                                    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
   Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
   Wednesday 8 to 12
                                                     Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                     3382   001   -
   Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 An open entry course allows shorter
   Fees: $20.00.                                        completion times, flexibility of start dates,                        KEY
                                                        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for               COURSE #
                                                        general information and requirements.
                                                        The student must come to campus                  CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                        periodically to take written and computer                 Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                        tests that have deadlines for completion.
                                                        This course requires 40-50 hours to              Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                        complete.                                        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        Monday 8 to 12                                    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm              1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                                                                         1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                        Wednesday 8 to 12
                                                        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                   SECTION     TIME        DAY(S)
                                                        Fees: $20.00.                                          NUMBER
                                                                                                         SYNONYM
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                         on student schedules.



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     CMSY-132        Introduction to Windows              CMSY-136         Integrated Software                CMSY-143         Operating System
                     (1 credit)                                            Applications (1 credit)                             Fundamentals II (1 credit)
     After successful completion of this course, the      After successful completion of this course, the     After successful completion of this course, the
     student will be able to understand and use           student will be able to use the integration fea-    student will be able to explain how to support
     Windows. Emphasis is on managing folders             tures of Microsoft Office to copy, paste, link,     hard drives, manage memory, maintain, and
     and files and customizing the desktop. This          and embed files from one program to another         troubleshoot Windows. This course is designed
     course may be completed in fewer than 14             using Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.          to meet the needs of students who want to
     weeks by attending class more hours per week.        Basic through advanced integration skills are       work toward A+ certification. All of the work for
     This class may be started at any time during         covered. This course may be completed in            this course (except tests) may be done outside
     the school year. All of the work for this class      fewer than 14 weeks and may be started at any       of class if the student has the appropriate op-
     (except tests) may be done outside of class if       time during the school year. All of the work        erating systems.
     the student has Windows. Familiarity with a          may be done outside of class if student has             PRQ: CMSY-142
     computer is strongly recommended.                    compatible software.
                                                                                                              SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                              PRQ: CMSY-101, CMSY-103, CMSY-104,
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                              CMSY-116, and CMSY-126 or CMSY-129.             Â OPEN ENTRY
     Â OPEN ENTRY                                                                                             3389   001   -
     3385 001  -                                          SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            An open entry course allows shorter
        An open entry course allows shorter               Â OPEN ENTRY                                           completion times, flexibility of start dates,
        completion times, flexibility of start dates,     3387 001  -                                            and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                   An open entry course allows shorter                 general information and requirements.
        general information and requirements.                completion times, flexibility of start dates,       The student must come to campus
        The student must come to campus                      and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                  periodically to take written tests that have
        periodically to take written and computer            general information and requirements.               deadlines for completion. This course
        tests that have deadlines for completion.            The student may do all of the work for              requires 40-50 hours to complete.
        This course requires 40-50 hours to                  this course at home. There are no tests;            Monday 8 to 12
        complete.                                            however, there are assignments that have            Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
        Monday 8 to 12                                       deadlines for completion. This course               Wednesday 8 to 12
        Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                  requires 40-50 hours to complete.                   Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
        Wednesday 8 to 12                                    Monday 8 to 12                                      Fees: $20.00.
        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
        Fees: $20.00.                                        Wednesday 8 to 12
                                                             Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm             CMSY-147         Introduction to Web Site
                                                             Fees: $20.00.                                                     Authoring (3 credits)
     CMSY-134        Introduction to Operating
                                                                                                              This course introduces students to software for
                     Systems (1 credit)                                                                       creating web sites, including GUI HTML pro-
                                                          CMSY-142         Operating System
     After successful completion of this course, the                                                          grams, web image creation software, and mul-
     student will be able to define and explain the                        Fundamentals I (1 credit)          timedia creation for the web. It also introduces
     purpose of basic MS-DOS Command Line and             After successful completion of this course, the     principles of web site design. Students should
     Windows. In addition, students will be able to       student will be able to identify and use the        be able to type 15wpm and perform basic com-
     demonstrate proficiency in file management           functions, structure, and major system files of     puter file management tasks, including organiz-
     concepts in both MS-DOS and Windows. This            operating systems. This will include procedures     ing files in folders, moving, copying, and
     course is designed to meet the needs of stu-         for creating, reviewing, and managing files, di-    deleting files.
     dents who want to work toward A+ certifica-          rectories, and disks. This course is designed to    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     tion. This course may be completed in fewer          meet the needs of students who want to work
     than 14 weeks and may be started at any time         toward A+ certification. All of the work for this   DAY
                                                                                                              3556   001   9:30AM-12:20PM     TWTH
     during the school year. All of the work for this     course (except tests) may be done outside of
     course (except tests) may be done outside of         class if the student has the appropriate operat-       Fees: $50.00.
     class if the student has the appropriate operat-     ing systems.
     ing systems.                                             PRQ: CMSY-134                                   CMSY-201         Computer Systems Work
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                          SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                          Experience I (3-4 credits)
     Â OPEN ENTRY                                         Â OPEN ENTRY                                        Supervised work experience which relates di-
     3386 001  -                                          3388 001  -                                         rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
        An open entry course allows shorter                  An open entry course allows shorter              must receive prior approval to register for this
        completion times, flexibility of start dates,        completion times, flexibility of start dates,    work experience course. Call the Career Center
        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                   and drop-in hours. See page 26 for               (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
        general information and requirements.                general information and requirements.                PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
        The student must come to campus                      The student must come to campus                      three credits should select Section C050.
        periodically to take written and computer            periodically to take written tests that have         Those registering for four credits should se-
        tests that have deadlines for completion.            deadlines for completion. This course                lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
        This course requires 40-50 hours to                  requires 40-50 hours to complete.                    ter after the semester begins.
        complete.                                            Monday 8 to 12                                       PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
        Monday 8 to 12                                       Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                  better grade point and demonstration of
        Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                  Wednesday 8 to 12                                    pre-employment skills. Student placement is
        Wednesday 8 to 12                                    Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
        Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 Fees: $20.00.                                        ter (Room RCF-302).
        Fees: $20.00.


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SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                       CMSY-255        Introduction to Unix
" HYBRID                                            " HYBRID                                                          (3 credits)
3440   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3442   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM    W
   A hybrid course is half online and half on          A hybrid course is half online and half on     This course provides an introduction to Unix
   campus. See page 26 for general                     campus. See page 26 for general                using the Linux operating system. Upon suc-
   information and requirements.                       information and requirements.                  cessful completion of the course, the student
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus        will be able to work with the Unix shell to
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with        maintain and utilize Unix file systems, to con-
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.            figure the shell environment, and to write Unix
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in    shell scripts. An introduction to the X-Window
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on        GUI environment will also be provided.
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                                  PRQ: CMSY-219
3441   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3443   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                  SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus
                                                                                                      EVENING
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with
                                                                                                      3445 050    6:00PM-10:00PM     MF
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.
                                                                                                         Fees: $50.00.
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                              CMSY-961        Computer and Internet
   Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                                      Basics (3 credits)
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                    This course is designed to meet the needs of
" HYBRID                                            " HYBRID                                          students who wish to work toward the Internet
3495   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3497   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                  and Core Computing Certification (IC3). After
   A hybrid course is half online and half on          A hybrid course is half online and half on     successful completion of this course, the stu-
   campus. See page 26 for general                     campus. See page 26 for general                dent will have basic competencies in comput-
   information and requirements.                       information and requirements.                  ing fundamentals, software applications, and the
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus        Internet. This course is designed for the begin-
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with        ning student and does not include advanced
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.            concepts.
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                              EVENING
3496   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3498   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                  5379 050    3:00PM-6:00PM      MWF
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus           Fees: $50.00.
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with        WEEKEND
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.            5380 060    6:00PM-9:00PM      F
   Students will be required to participate in         Students will be required to participate in                9:00AM-12:00PM     SSU
   a seminar and submit written reports on             a seminar and submit written reports on           Fees: $50.00.
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.
                                                                                                      SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
   Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                      EVENING
                                                                                                      5384 050    3:00PM-6:00PM      MWF
CMSY-202         Computer Systems Work              CMSY-219           Microcomputer Operating           Fees: $50.00.
                 Experience II (3-4 credits)                           Systems DOS (3 credits)        WEEKEND
                                                                                                      5385 060    6:00PM-9:00PM      F
Supervised work experience which relates di-        An understanding of the operating system of a                 9:00AM-12:00PM     SSU
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     microcomputer will be developed in this              Fees: $50.00.
must receive prior approval to register for this    course. The student will learn how to maintain,
work experience course. Call the Career Center      use and configure a personal computer operat-
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.          ing system.
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for               PRQ: CMSY-110 or CADD-101.                                         KEY
    three credits should select Section C050.
                                                    SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                        COURSE #
    Those registering for four credits should se-
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-    EVENING
    ter after the semester begins.                  3444 050      7:00PM-10:00PM   MTTH                CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                       Fees: $35.00.
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or                                                                    Chemistry I (4 credits)
    better grade point and demonstration of                                                            Emphasis on solving problems involving
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is                                                        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-                                                           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
    ter (Room RCF-302).                                                                                1526 501   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
                                                                                                       1455 504   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
                                                                                                           SECTION       TIME        DAY(S)
                                                                                                           NUMBER
                                                                                                       SYNONYM
                                                                                                       Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                       on student schedules.



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     COMPUTER-AIDED                                       3447   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
                                                             The student will work with an on campus
                                                                                                               SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                                                                               " HYBRID
     DESIGN                                                  mentor who will assist the student with
                                                             establishing work experience goals.               3501   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
                                                             Student will be required to participate in a         A hybrid course is half online and half on
                                                                                                                  campus. See page 26 for general
     CADD-108         Intro to Geographical Info             seminar and submit written reports on
                                                                                                                  information and requirements.
                      Sys (GIS) (3 credits)                  his/her progress.
                                                             Fees: $25.00.                                        The student will work with an on campus
     In this course, the students will learn the con-                                                             mentor who will assist the student with
     cepts, basic skills and techniques for develop-      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                          establishing work experience goals.
     ing a Geographical Information System (GIS).         " HYBRID                                                Student will be required to participate in a
     This course introduces students to the tools         3499   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                       seminar and submit written reports on
     and techniques of GIS including spatial data            A hybrid course is half online and half on           his/her progress.
     capture, management, and analysis; as well as           campus. See page 26 for general                   3502   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
     cartographic output through hands-on experi-            information and requirements.                        The student will work with an on campus
     ence using GIS software. Emphasis is placed on          The student will work with an on campus              mentor who will assist the student with
     training in the use of technology and software          mentor who will assist the student with              establishing work experience goals.
     in order to provide students with skills and a          establishing work experience goals.                  Student will be required to participate in a
     conceptual base on which they can apply to              Student will be required to participate in a         seminar and submit written reports on
     many applications of GIS, such as environmen-           seminar and submit written reports on                his/her progress.
     tal assessment, analysis of natural hazards, site       his/her progress.                                    Fees: $25.00.
     analysis for business and industry, criminal jus-    3500   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
     tice, real estate, location analysis, resource          The student will work with an on campus
                                                             mentor who will assist the student with           COOP-201         Cooperative Education
     management, and land-use planning.
                                                             establishing work experience goals.                                Work Experience I
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             Student will be required to participate in a                       (3-4 credits)
     EVENING                                                 seminar and submit written reports on
     2483 550      6:00PM-9:30PM     MW                      his/her progress.                                 Supervised work experience which relates di-
        Fees: $50.00.                                        Fees: $25.00.                                     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                                                                                                               must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                                                                               work experience course. Call the Career Center
                                                          COOP-191          Internship II (1-2 credit)
     COOPERATIVE                                          Upon completion of this course, students will
                                                                                                               (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.
                                                                                                                   PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
     EDUCATION                                            have enhanced skills by linking concepts and             three credits should select Section C050.
                                                                                                                   Those registering for four credits should se-
                                                          theories with application and understanding
                                                          through experiential opportunities in a work             lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
     COOP-190         Internship I (1-2 credit)           place setting. Students must receive prior ap-           ter after the semester begins.
     Upon completion of this course, students will        proval to register for this work experience              PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
     have enhanced skills by linking concepts and         course. Call the Career Center (443-518-1340)            better grade point and demonstration of
     theories with application and understanding          to schedule an appointment.                              pre-employment skills. Student placement is
     through experiential opportunities in a work             PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one            to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
     place setting. Students must receive prior ap-           credit should select Section C050. Those             ter (Room RCF-302).
     proval to register for this work experience              registering for two credits should select Sec-   SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     course. Call the Career Center (443-518-1340)            tion C051. Students may still register after     " HYBRID
     to schedule an appointment.                              the semester begins.                             3450   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for one            PRQ: C or better in COOP-190.                       A hybrid course is half online and half on
         credit should select Section C050. Those                                                                 campus. See page 26 for general
                                                          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
         registering for two credits should select Sec-                                                           information and requirements.
         tion C051. Students may still register after     " HYBRID
                                                          3448   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                       The student will work with an on campus
         the semester begins.                                                                                     mentor who will assist the student with
                                                             A hybrid course is half online and half on
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             campus. See page 26 for general                      establishing work experience goals.
     " HYBRID                                                information and requirements.                        Students will be required to participate in
     3446   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                       The student will work with an on campus              a seminar and submit written reports on
        A hybrid course is half online and half on           mentor who will assist the student with              his/her progress.
        campus. See page 26 for general                                                                        3451   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
                                                             establishing work experience goals.
        information and requirements.                        Student will be required to participate in a         The student will work with an on campus
        The student will work with an on campus              seminar and submit written reports on                mentor who will assist the student with
        mentor who will assist the student with              his/her progress.                                    establishing work experience goals.
        establishing work experience goals.               3449   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                       Students will be required to participate in
        Student will be required to participate in a         The student will work with an on campus              a seminar and submit written reports on
        seminar and submit written reports on                mentor who will assist the student with              his/her progress.
        his/her progress.                                    establishing work experience goals.                  Fees: $25.00.
                                                             Student will be required to participate in a
                                                             seminar and submit written reports on
                                                             his/her progress.
                                                             Fees: $25.00.




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SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                     CRIM-190         Criminal Justice
" HYBRID                                            " HYBRID                                                            Internship I (3-4 credits)
3503   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3505   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM    W
   A hybrid course is half online and half on          A hybrid course is half online and half on      Supervised work experience which relates di-
   campus. See page 26 for general                     campus. See page 26 for general                 rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
   information and requirements.                       information and requirements.                   must receive prior approval to register for this
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus         work experience course. Call the Career Center
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with         (443-518-4840) to schedule an appointment.
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.                 PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
   Student will be required to participate in a        Student will be required to participate in a        three credits should select Section 950.
   seminar and submit written reports on               seminar and submit written reports on               Those registering for four credits should se-
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                                   lect Section 951. Students may still register
3504   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   3506   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                       after the semester begins.
   The student will work with an on campus             The student will work with an on campus             PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
   mentor who will assist the student with             mentor who will assist the student with             better grade point and demonstration of
   establishing work experience goals.                 establishing work experience goals.                 pre-employment skills. Student placement is
   Student will be required to participate in a        Student will be required to participate in a        to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
   seminar and submit written reports on               seminar and submit written reports on               ter (Room RCF 305).
   his/her progress.                                   his/her progress.                               SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
   Fees: $25.00.                                       Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                       " HYBRID
                                                                                                       1796   C950   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
COOP-202         Cooperative Education                                                                    A hybrid course is half online and half on
                 Work Experience II                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                      campus. See page 26 for general
                                                                                                          information and requirements.
                 (3-4 credits)                                                                            A work experience at an offsite facility
Supervised work experience which relates di-        CRIM-101           Introduction to Criminal           which relates directly to the student’s
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students                        Justice (3 credits)                curricular area. The student will work with
must receive prior approval to register for this    This course will provide an introduction to the       an on campus mentor who will assist the
work experience course. Call the Career Center      history and philosophical development of crim-        student with establishing work experience
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.          inal justice and law enforcement. The student         goals. Students will be required to
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           also will examine the requirements and oppor-         participate in a seminar and submit written
    three credits should select Section C050.       tunities in this field of study.                      reports on his/her progress. Prior approval
    Those registering for four credits should se-                                                         is required for this course. Call the Career
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an
    ter after the semester begins.                  DAY                                                   appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        1748   901    9:30AM-12:20PM   TWTH                   may still register after the semester begins.
    better grade point and demonstration of         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is     1749 J950 6:00PM-9:15PM        MTTH                   better grade point average and
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,          demonstration of pre-employment skills.
    ter (Room RCF-302).                                2011.
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
" HYBRID                                            CRIM-102           Criminology (3 credits)
3452   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W
                                                    This course will examine the techniques, meth-
   A hybrid course is half online and half on       ods and factors for studying criminal behavior.
   campus. See page 26 for general                  Attention will be given to our criminal laws,
   information and requirements.                    and their relationship to police, judicial, cor-
   The student will work with an on campus          rectional and legislative institutions.
   mentor who will assist the student with
   establishing work experience goals.              SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
   Students will be required to participate in      EVENING                                                                 KEY
   a seminar and submit written reports on          1835 950      7:00PM-9:50PM    MTTH                 COURSE #
   his/her progress.
3453   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                                                                       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   The student will work with an on campus          CRIM-103           Juvenile Delinquency
   mentor who will assist the student with                             (3 credits)                               Chemistry I (4 credits)
   establishing work experience goals.                                                                  Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                    This course will provide an introduction to the
   Students will be required to participate in                                                          mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                    field of juvenile crime, and the history of its
   a seminar and submit written reports on                                                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                    treatment. Special attention will be given to
   his/her progress.                                                                                    1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM    MWF
                                                    trends in youth crime, developments in juvenile     1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM   TTH
   Fees: $25.00.
                                                    law and evolving correctional practices.
                                                                                                              SECTION    TIME         DAY(S)
                                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                            NUMBER
                                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                        SYNONYM
                                                    1836 J950 6:00PM-9:00PM        MTTH
                                                       Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug          Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                        on student schedules.
                                                       10, 2011.


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     1797   C951   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                      Those registering for four credits should se-      PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
        A work experience at an offsite facility           lect Section 951. Students may still register      better grade point average and
        which relates directly to the student’s            after the semester begins.                         demonstration of pre-employment skills.
        curricular area. The student will work with        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        1818   C951   6:00PM-7:20PM    W
        an on campus mentor who will assist the            better grade point and demonstration of            A work experience at an offsite facility
        student with establishing work experience          pre-employment skills. Student placement is        which relates directly to the student’s
        goals. Students will be required to                to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          curricular area. The student will work with
        participate in a seminar and submit written        ter (Room RCF 305).                                an on campus mentor who will assist the
        reports on his/her progress. Prior approval                                                           student with establishing work experience
                                                        SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                           goals. Students will be required to
        is required for this course. Call the Career
        Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an             " HYBRID                                              participate in a seminar and submit written
        appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students          1798   C950   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                      reports on his/her progress. Prior approval
        may still register after the semester begins.      A hybrid course is half online and half on         is required for this course. Call the Career
        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           campus. See page 26 for general                    Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an
        better grade point average and                     information and requirements.                      appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students
        demonstration of pre-employment skills.            A work experience at an offsite facility           may still register after the semester begins.
        Fees: $25.00.                                      which relates directly to the student’s            PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                           curricular area. The student will work with        better grade point average and
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                        an on campus mentor who will assist the            demonstration of pre-employment skills.
     " HYBRID                                              student with establishing work experience          Fees: $25.00.
     1815   C950   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                      goals. Students will be required to
        A hybrid course is half online and half on         participate in a seminar and submit written
        campus. See page 26 for general                    reports on his/her progress. Prior approval
        information and requirements.                      is required for this course. Call the Career    CULINARY
        A work experience at an offsite facility
        which relates directly to the student’s
                                                           Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an
                                                           appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students
                                                                                                           MANAGEMENT
        curricular area. The student will work with        may still register after the semester begins.
        an on campus mentor who will assist the            PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        CMGT-210          Culinary Management
        student with establishing work experience          better grade point average and
        goals. Students will be required to                demonstration of pre-employment skills.
                                                                                                                             Internship (2 credits)
        participate in a seminar and submit written     1799   C951   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                   Student will spend at least 240 hours of direct-
        reports on his/her progress. Prior approval        A work experience at an offsite facility        ed study in a chosen area of the culinary in-
        is required for this course. Call the Career       which relates directly to the student’s         dustry at an off campus facility. The faculty
        Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an                curricular area. The student will work with     instructor and industry mentor will provide and
        appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students             an on campus mentor who will assist the         coordinate course objectives, applicable experi-
        may still register after the semester begins.      student with establishing work experience       ences and evaluation. Student will maintain a
        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           goals. Students will be required to             written journal of internship experiences.
        better grade point average and                     participate in a seminar and submit written     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
        demonstration of pre-employment skills.            reports on his/her progress. Prior approval     3438   001    -
     1816   C951   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                      is required for this course. Call the Career       PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for this
        A work experience at an offsite facility           Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an                course will need to contact Vinnie Rege
        which relates directly to the student’s            appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students             at 443-518-4469 or vrege@howardcc.edu
        curricular area. The student will work with        may still register after the semester begins.      prior to registration to arrange experiences
        an on campus mentor who will assist the            PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           and locations.
        student with establishing work experience          better grade point average and                     Fees: $30.00.
        goals. Students will be required to                demonstration of pre-employment skills.
        participate in a seminar and submit written        Fees: $25.00.
        reports on his/her progress. Prior approval
        is required for this course. Call the Career
                                                        SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                        " HYBRID
                                                                                                           DANCE
        Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an
        appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students          1817   C950   6:00PM-7:20PM    W
                                                           A hybrid course is half online and half on      DANC-104          Hip-Hop Dance (1 credit)
        may still register after the semester begins.
        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or           campus. See page 26 for general                 This course will introduce students to contem-
        better grade point average and                     information and requirements.                   porary Hip-Hop dance technique. Students will
        demonstration of pre-employment skills.            A work experience at an offsite facility        demonstrate hip-hop dance skills through
        Fees: $25.00.                                      which relates directly to the student’s         warm-ups and choreographed routines. This
                                                           curricular area. The student will work with     class will also explore the culture and music of
                                                           an on campus mentor who will assist the         hip-hop and other related styles of dance such
     CRIM-191         Criminal Justice                     student with establishing work experience       as African dance, jazz, and pop/culture dance.
                      Internship II (3-4 credits)          goals. Students will be required to
                                                           participate in a seminar and submit written     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     Supervised work experience which relates di-          reports on his/her progress. Prior approval     DAY
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students       is required for this course. Call the Career    1159   701    9:30AM-12:00PM   MTTH
     must receive prior approval to register for this      Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an                Fees: $10.00.
     work experience course. Call the Career Center        appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students
     (443-518-4840) to schedule an appointment.            may still register after the semester begins.
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for
         three credits should select Section 950.



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DANC-105         Belly Dancing (1 credit)            SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
This course will focus on training students to       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                              " HYBRID
                                                     1837 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM       MWTH                1802   950    6:00PM-6:52PM     T
understand and perform belly dance. Move-            1838 M953 6:30PM-9:30PM        MWTH                   A hybrid course is half online and half on
ment includes basic isolation and moves with            Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug            campus. See page 26 for general
the head, shoulders, arms, hands, chest, belly,         10, 2011.                                          information and requirements.
hips, and feet as well as techniques which in-          Fees: $10.00.                                      Class begins May 31, 2011 and ends July
corporate the entire body. Students will also
                                                                                                           19, 2011.
learn about the different music, history, and cul-                                                         Fees $5.00
ture of this dance style. Students will demon-       ECON-102          Principles of Economics
strate mastery of belly dance through                                  (Micro) (3 credits)
choreographed and non-choreographed class                                                               EDUC-102         Praxis I Review Course -
performances.                                        Micro Economics introduces students to eco-
                                                     nomic decision making at the individual firm,                       Math Test (1 credit)
    Also listed as LFIT-105.
                                                     consumer and industry level. Topics include        This Praxis I Review Course is designed to help
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                          Demand and Supply Theory; Elasticity; Cost         students prepare for the Praxis I Math Test.
DAY                                                  and Production Functions; Profit Maximization      Passing scores on a basic skills test (Praxis I,
1160   701   12:30PM-3:00PM     MTTH                 Analysis; government regulation and anti-trust     SAT, ACT, GRE) are required for: 1) An AAT
   Fees: $10.00.                                     and international trade. It is not necessary to    degree, 2) admission to a four-year Teacher Ed-
                                                     take ECON-101 before ECON-102.                     ucation program, and 3) teacher certification in
                                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.           Maryland and most other states. Students must
ECONOMICS                                            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                                                        pass the Praxis I exam if they have not re-
                                                                                                        ceived passing scores on another basic skills
                                                     DAY                                                test. Students majoring in the Teacher Educa-
                                                     4165   901   6:00PM-8:50PM     TWTH
ECON-101         Principles of Economics                Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                                        tion transfer programs are required to submit
                 (Macro) (3 credits)                                                                    scores from Praxis I or other approved basic
                                                     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                     skills tests to the Social Sciences Division Of-
This course introduces students to important                                                            fice prior to the completion of the 30th credit
                                                     DAY
economic issues which affect an entire econo-        1839   901   9:30AM-12:20PM    MTTH                hour. Credit count certification individuals, con-
my. Students will more comfortably read and             Fees: $10.00.                                   ditional teachers, and teacher education majors
understand books, newspapers, and magazines                                                             could benefit from this course.
with economic content. Topics include De-                                                                   Students must also register for EDUC-101 to
mand and Supply Theory; Gross Domestic
Product Determination; inflation; unemploy-          EDUCATION                                              receive complete Praxis I review course.
                                                                                                            Students are required to complete online
ment; the role of the government and public                                                                 activities and attend class 1 hour per week
choice; fiscal and monetary policy and interna-                                                             for 8 weeks.(Hybrid Course)
tional economics.                                    EDUC-101          Praxis I Review Course -
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121                                Reading/Writing Tests            SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                       (1 credit)                       " HYBRID
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                             1803   C950   7:00PM-7:52PM     W
DAY                                                  This Praxis I Review Course is designed to help       A hybrid course is half online and half on
1750   901   9:30AM-12:20PM     MTTH                 students prepare for the Praxis I Reading/Writ-       campus. See page 26 for general
   Fees: $10.00.                                     ing Test. Passing scores on a basic skills test       information and requirements.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                (Praxis I, SAT, ACT, GRE) are required for: 1)        Class begins June 1, 2011 and ends July
1751 M903 9:00AM-12:00PM        MWTH                 An AAT degree, 2) admission to a four-year            20, 2011.
1752 M950 6:30PM-9:30PM         MWTH                 Teacher Education program, and 3) teacher             Fees $5.00
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,         certification in Maryland and most other states.
   2011.                                             Students must pass the Praxis I exam if they
   Fees: $10.00.                                     have not received passing scores on another
                                                     basic skills test. Students majoring in the
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                     Teacher Education transfer programs are re-
TELECOURSE                                           quired to submit scores from Praxis I or other
1801 T630 9:00AM-12:00PM        S
                                                     approved basic skills tests to the Social Sci-
                                                                                                                             KEY
   TELECOURSE (Economics U$A) - Air                  ences Division Office prior to the completion of    COURSE #
   dates distributed at MANDATORY                    the 30th credit hour. Credit count certification
   ORIENTATION SAT, June 4. Additional               individuals, conditional teachers, and teacher      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   classes Sat, June 25, July 9, 23. TV
   lessons begin airing before first class
                                                     education majors could benefit from this                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                     course.
   meeting. Call 443-518-1580 for schedule.                                                              Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                         Students must also register for EDUC-102 to
   Fees: $45.00.                                                                                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                         receive complete Praxis I review course.
                                                                                                          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                         Students are required to complete online        1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                         activities and attend class 1 hour per week     1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                         for 8 weeks. (Hybrid Course)
                                                                                                               SECTION    TIME          DAY(S)
                                                                                                               NUMBER
                                                                                                         SYNONYM
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                         on student schedules.



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                                                         requirement for an initial certificate in Generic   processes of reading will be examined. This
     EDUC-110        Introduction to Education           Special Education Infant/Primary, Generic Spe-      course meets the Maryland State Department of
                     (3 credits)                         cial Education Elementary/Middle, and Generic       Education Reading requirement for an initial
     The student will examine the basic principles       Special Education Secondary/Adult. A 15-hour        certificate in Secondary Education and Generic
     and philosophical traditions of Western and         Field Experience outside of class time is re-       Special Education Secondary/Adult.
     American Education. The student will also eval-     quired. Students are placed in a Howard Coun-       SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                         ty Public School or may use a K-12 school
     uate the trends, issues and career opportunities
                                                         where they are employed.                             ONLINE
     and options in contemporary education. A 15-                                                            1821   N990
     hour Field Experience outside of class time is          NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
                                                                                                                An online course is delivered primarily
     required. Students are placed in a Howard               sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
                                                                                                                over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
     County Public School or may use a K-12 school           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                                                                                See page 26 for general information and
     where they are employed.                            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            requirements.
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         EVENING                                                Fees: $30.00.
                                                         1754 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      MTTH
     DAY
     1753   901   9:00AM-11:50AM     TWTH                   Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                             EDUC-206         Methods of Teaching
        Fees: $25.00.
                                                                                                                              Reading in the Secondary
                                                         EDUC-201         Processes and
                                                                                                                              Content Areas, Part II for
     EDUC-111        Child Growth and                                     Acquisition of Reading
                                                                                                                              Regular and Special
                     Development (3 credits)                              (3 credits)
                                                                                                                              Education Teachers
     Through the study of the early childhood and        This course develops an understanding of the
     elementary years, the student will be able to de-   reading acquisition process through analysis of                      (3 credits)
     scribe the language, cognitive, physical, social,   reading and written language development, and       Designed specifically for individuals seeking
     and emotional development of young children,        the study of current issues in reading research.    secondary certification, this course builds upon
     birth to 12 years. Instruction will focus on the-   It is organized around current, scientific, re-     the foundational theories and knowledge of
     ories of child development, research methods,       search-based theoretical models that account        reading from the prerequisite course Methods
     and developmental milestones. Knowledge             for individual differences in reading. Introduc-    of Teaching Reading in the Content Area, Part
     learned in this course can be applied to par-       tion to language structures including spoken syl-   I. Participants will take theory into practice as
     enting and to careers in early childhood and        lables, phonemes, graphemes, and morphemes          they become familiar with and demonstrate in
     elementary education. This course meets the         is included in this course. Participants will       class best practices of how to integrate the
     Maryland State Department of Education Child        apply knowledge of the core areas of language       teaching of reading of content area material
     Development requirement for an initial certifi-     to reading acquisition in terms of first and sec-   with content-specific knowledge. Topics cov-
     cate in Early Childhood Education and Ele-          ond language acquisition, typical development       ered in this course will include using assess-
     mentary Education. This course meets the            and exceptionalities. This course meets the         ment to know the learner, putting metacognitive
     MSDE Human Growth and Development re-               Maryland State Department of Education Read-        theory into practice, and differentiating instruc-
     quirement for Generic Special Education In-         ing requirement for an initial certificate or re-   tion for all students. Participants will leave the
     fant/Primary, and Generic Special Education         newal of a certificate in Early Childhood           course with multiple hands-on strategies they
     Elementary/ Middle. This course fulfills Part 1     Education, Elementary Education, Special Edu-       can immediately use to make content reading
     of (2 parts) of the Child Care Certificate re-      cation Generic Infant/Primary, and Special Ed-      accessible and successful for their students.
     quired for Child Care Teacher-Preschool.            ucation Generic Elementary/Middle.                  This course meets the Maryland State Depart-
     (EDUC-112 is required to complete the Child                                                             ment of Education Reading requirement for an
                                                         SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     Care Certificate.)                                                                                      initial certificate in Secondary Education and
                                                          ONLINE                                            Generic Special Education Secondary/Adult.
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                      1820   N990 -
                                                                                                                  NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
      ONLINE                                               An online course is delivered primarily               sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
     1819   N990 -                                          over the Internet, via a dedicated website.           PRQ: EDUC-202
        An online course is delivered primarily             See page 26 for general information and
        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.         requirements.                                    SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
        See page 26 for general information and             Fees: $30.00.                                     ONLINE
        requirements.                                                                                        1822   N990
        Fees: $30.00.                                                                                           An online course is delivered primarily
                                                         EDUC-202         Methods of Teaching                   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                                          Reading in the Secondary              See page 26 for general information and
     EDUC-200        Introduction to Special                                                                    requirements.
                                                                          Content Areas, Part I for
                     Education (3 credits)                                                                      Fees: $30.00.
                                                                          Regular and Special
     This course prepares students to identify dis-
     abilities and their medical, psychological, and                      Education Teachers
     educational impact on students, parents, and                         (3 credits)
     teachers. This course meets the Maryland State      Designed specifically for individuals seeking
     Department of Education Inclusion of Special        secondary certification, this course outlines the
     Needs Student Populations requirement for an        essentials of the reading processes necessary
     initial certificate in Early Childhood Education,   for secondary students to become proficient
     Elementary Education and Secondary Educa-           learners of content. Types of reading, elements
     tion. This course also meets the Maryland State     of assessment, skills of the reading process, the
     Department of Education Historical, Philosophi-     incorporation of reading instruction into content
     cal and Legal Foundations of Special Education      delivery and the affective aspects of the


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EDUC-260          Educational Psychology                EDUC-290          Special Education                   SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                  (3 credits)                                             General Methods Birth —             LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                              1842 J901 1:00PM-6:00PM        MTWTHF
Educational Psychology is an advanced course                              12th Grade (3 credits)                 This Laurel section begins on July 5 and
which surveys current psychological research            Students will understand and use a variety of            ends on July 15, 2011.
and theory to address issues of teaching and            organizational, teaching, and classroom man-             Fees: $5.00.
learning. Instruction will focus on developmental       agement strategies. The course will focus on ef-
theories, research methods, classroom manage-           fective practices in different settings with all
ment, and instructional techniques. The course          disability groups, as well as collaboration with
                                                                                                              EDUC-294        Special Education
will utilize readings, films, lectures, guest speak-    other involved professionals and parents. This                        Assessment Part II Birth-
ers, and small group projects, and is well suited       course meets the Maryland State Department of
for anyone interested in learning more about chil-
                                                                                                                              12th Grade (3 credits)
                                                        Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-
dren, schools, learning, and/or teaching. This                                                                This course is designed to provide knowledge
                                                        struction requirement for an initial certificate in
course meets the Maryland State Department of                                                                 and skills in assessment, administration, inter-
                                                        Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-
Education Human Learning requirement for an                                                                   pretation, programming and alignment of test
                                                        mentary/Middle School, and Secondary/Adult.
initial certificate in Early Childhood Education, El-                                                         data with teaching standards. Trends in infor-
ementary Education, and Secondary Education. A          SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           mal assessment, observation techniques, family
15-hour Field Experience outside of class time is       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 assessment, vocational assessment, work sam-
required. Students are placed in a Howard Coun-         1756 M950 5:00PM-9:40PM          TTH                  ple analysis, task analysis, portfolios and
ty Public School or may use a K-12 school where            Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,          teacher made tests will be explored. This
they are employed.                                         2011.                                              course meets the Maryland State Department of
     NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-            Fees: $5.00.                                       Education Assessment, Diagnosis, and Prescrip-
     sion Chair, 443-518-4019.                                                                                tive Techniques requirement for an initial cer-
     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                                                                     tificate in Generic Special Education
                                                        EDUC-291          Special Education                   Infant/Primary, Generic Special Education Ele-
 SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                                           Methods Birth-8th Grade             mentary/Middle School, and Generic Special
EVENING                                                                                                       Education Secondary/Adult.
1840 950      6:00PM-8:50PM       MTTH                                    (3 credits)
    Fees: $25.00.                                       Students develop knowledge and skills in plan-        SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                        ning lessons for diverse learners, and teaching       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                        oral language, writing, reading, mathematics,         1843 J901 1:00PM-5:30PM        MTWTHF
EDUC-265          Educational Assessment                and content area material to students with spe-          This Laurel section begins on July 18 and
                  (3 credits)                           cial needs in both early childhood and ele-              ends on July 29, 2011.
                                                        mentary settings. In addition, students will             Fees: $5.00.
Participants will explore the world of measure-
ment, evaluation, and student performance as it         explore special topics including inclusion, tran-
aligns with instruction and curriculum. Partici-        sitioning, and social skills development. This
pants will examine the role that validity, relia-       course meets the Maryland State Department of
bility, test bias, and item construction play in        Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-
ensuring a good and meaningful assessment in-           struction requirement for an initial certificate in
strument, and will become familiar with the             Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-
concept of a formal testing program, which en-          mentary/Middle School.
compasses state and local mandated assess-              SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
ments. This course will look at the federal No          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
Child Left Behind initiative and its impact on          1841 M950 5:00PM-9:40PM          TTH
Maryland Public Schools. This course meets                 Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
the Maryland State Department of Education As-             10, 2011.
sessment of Students requirement for an initial            Fees: $5.00.
certificate in Early Childhood Education, Ele-
mentary Education, and Secondary Education.
This course also meets the MSDE Assessment,             EDUC-293          Special Education
Diagnosis, and Prescriptive Techniques require-                           Assessment Part I Birth-                                KEY
ment for an initial certificate in Generic Special
Education Infant/Primary, Generic Special Edu-                            12th Grade (3 credits)               COURSE #
cation Elementary/Middle, and Generic Special           This course provides students with the knowl-
Education Secondary/Adult.                              edge and skills for selecting, administering, in-      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
 SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                        terpreting, diagnosing, reporting, using                        Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                        assessment data, monitoring and evaluating the
 ONLINE                                                instructional program. Legal perspectives, tech-
                                                                                                               Emphasis on solving problems involving
1824   N990                                                                                                    mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        nical aspects of assessment tools, accommoda-           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
    An online course is delivered primarily             tions, computer as a tool for assessment, and
    over the Internet, via a dedicated website.                                                                1526 501   9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
                                                        nondiscriminatory testing will be examined.            1455 504   9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
    See page 26 for general information and             This course meets the Maryland State Depart-
    requirements.                                       ment of Education Assessment, Diagnosis, and               SECTION     TIME          DAY(S)
    This course has an on-campus orientation                                                                       NUMBER
                                                        Prescriptive Techniques requirement for an ini-
    on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. -          tial certificate in Generic Special Education In-      SYNONYM
    11 a.m., RM. TBA.                                   fant/Primary, Elementary/Middle School, and            Please note room assignments will be printed
    Fees: $30.00.                                       Secondary/Adult.                                       on student schedules.



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     EMERGENCY MEDICAL ENGLISH                                                                                    ENGL-087         Academic Advanced
     SERVICES                                                                                                                      Writing & Grammar-ESL
                                                                                                                                   (4 credits)
                                                            ENGL-085          Academic Advanced Oral
     EMSP-230         Paramedic Internship and                                Communication for ESL               In ENGL-087, students will acquire the English
                                                                                                                  language skills needed to write multi-paragraph
                      Evaluation (5 credits)                                  Students (3 credits)                compositions at a level of correctness and flu-
     Students will be able to participate in a variety of   In ENGL-085, students will develop the listening      ency appropriate for an advanced learner of
     prehospital and hospital based clinical settings to    and speaking skills needed to succeed at a US         English who will soon enroll in a college com-
     develop the necessary competencies to properly         college or university. Class work will consist of     position class. Readings and discussions will
     perform the various psychomotor (field) skills uti-    pronunciation practice, listening activities, small   prepare students to write narrative, descriptive,
     lized by paramedics. Students will perform pa-         group and class discussion of selected readings       expository and argumentative compositions that
     tient care in both simulated scenarios and with        and lectures, oral presentations, and simula-         reflect critical analysis. Writing themes will help
     real patients under direct observation of para-        tions of aspects of academic life.                    students to develop a global awareness. Rele-
     medic preceptors. This course will evaluate the            If students place into both reading and writ-     vant grammatical skills will be developed
     student’s psychomotor skills as well as determine          ing ESL courses, they are required to take        through formal instruction, group editing and
     if they possess the appropriate knowledge and at-          ENGL-085. Students can be exempted from           computer-assisted instruction.
     titudes required of entry level EMT-Paramedics.            this requirement by passing an oral exam.             PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
     The final weeks of this course will be utilized to         Please email OLA@howardcc.edu. Students               ment tests or successful completion of
     prepare students for the National Registry written         placed into ENGL-083 AND ENGL-084 must                ENGL-084.
     and practical EMT-Paramedic examinations. Pre-             complete both ENGL-083 and ENGL-084 be-
                                                                fore taking ENGL-085.                             SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     requisite: EMSP-215
                                                                                                                  DAY
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           3508   E101   9:00AM-11:30AM     TTH
     DAY                                                    DAY                                                                 9:00AM-11:00AM     W
     1804   301   9:00AM-4:00PM       T                     3390   E101   9:00AM-11:45AM     MWTH                    Fees: $50.00.
        Fees: $75.00.
                                                            ENGL-086          Academic Advanced                   ENGL-096         Fundamentals of
     EMSP-900         EMT Clinical Experience                                 Reading - ESL (4 credits)                            Academic Reading
                      (3 credits)                           Students will continue to develop their reading                        (3 credits)
     This course provides newly licensed and novice         skills in ENGL-086 with an emphasis on aca-           In ENGL 096, students will develop proficiency
     (minimally experienced) Maryland EMTs with the         demic material. Reading is approached as an           in comprehending and interpreting a variety of
     opportunity to obtain direct patient care experi-      integral part of an ESL student’s overall English     college level reading materials. The course em-
     ence under the direct supervision of Maryland          language learning, not as an isolated skill. In       phasis is academic reading as a holistic, dy-
     EMS preceptors. Students will ride along with the      addition to reading comprehension and vocab-          namic, interactive process. Students will
     on-duty crews of the fire department and will          ulary skill building, students will respond to in-    develop an understanding of this process by
     function as Maryland EMTs while adhering to the        formation and concepts from a diversity of            practicing and mastering various reading strate-
     Maryland Protocols for EMS Providers. Students         assigned materials, both orally and in writing.       gies. The course will include two hours of
     will ride in the field for approximately 45 hours          PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-          classroom instruction and two hours of reading
     and will attend class for 1.5 hours per week for           ment tests or successful completion of            lab.
     the duration of the course. {PQ}Current Maryland           ENGL-083. CO-REQ: FYEX-100                            PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-
     EMT certification, and permission of the EMS           SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                            ment test or successful completion of
     Program Director.                                                                                                ENGL-093; CO-REQ: FYEX-100
                                                            DAY
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                         3507   E101   9:00AM-11:30AM     TTH                  SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                          9:00AM-11:00AM     W
     EVENING                                                                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     1844 350     7:00PM-8:30PM       T                        Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                                  3391 M150 6:00PM-9:15PM          MTTH
        Orientation meetings will be held on June                                                                    Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
        8, 15 or 22, 2010, from 6:00 — 8:00 p.m.                                                                     2011.
        Students are required to attend 1                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
        orientation session. Only Maryland EMTs
        are eligible to take this course and                                                                      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
        students must complete a physical exam,                                                                   DAY
        background check and urine drug screen                                                                    3509   101    9:00AM-9:50AM      MWTH
        prior to performing any clinical rotations.                                                                             10:00AM-10:50AM    MWTH
        Students must be HCC paramedic program                                                                       Fees: $50.00.
        majors to enroll in this course and must                                                                  EVENING
        meet with the EMS Program Director prior                                                                  3510 150      6:00PM-6:50PM      MWTH
        to enrolling in the course. Ride-along                                                                                  7:00PM-7:50PM      MWTH
        rotations are available with the Baltimore                                                                   Fees: $50.00.
        City Fire Department seven days a week                                                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
        for up to 12 hours at a time. Students                                                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
        must provide their own transportation to                                                                  3557 M151 6:00PM-9:00PM          MTTH
        and from the clinical sites.                                                                                 Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
                                                                                                                     10, 2011.
                                                                                                                     Fees: $50.00.


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ENGL-097        Fundamentals of Writing             ONLINE                                           SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                (3 credits)
                                                   3401 N190
                                                                                                       ONLINE
                                                      An online course is delivered primarily         3567   N190 -
In ENGL-097, students will acquire the skills         over the Internet, via a dedicated website.        An online course is delivered primarily
needed to write and revise a series of multi-         See page 26 for general information and            over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
paragraph essays. Students will also learn to         requirements.                                      See page 26 for general information and
write clearly and convincingly using logical or-      Fees: $30.00.                                      requirements.
ganization and appropriate styles of standard      " HYBRID                                           3568   N191
written English. The varied writing assignments    3398 C101     9:30AM-11:30AM    TTH                   Fees: $30.00.
will be supplemented by topical readings, oral        A hybrid course is half online and half on
and electronic discussions, peer review and           campus. See page 26 for general
grammar instruction as needed.                        information and requirements.                   ENGL-207         Ethics in Literature
    PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-          Fees: $30.00.                                                    (3 credits)
    ment tests or successful completion of         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                              Ethics in Literature studies poems, short stories,
    ENGL-094.                                      3399 M101 9:40AM-12:00PM        MTWTH              drama and novels with the intention of probing
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,       both their literary merit and the ethical ques-
DAY                                                   2011.                                           tions embedded within them. Students apply lit-
3392   101   9:00AM-12:20PM    TWTH                3400   M150 6:30PM-9:30PM       MWTH               erary terminology and basic principles of ethics
   Fees: $50.00.                                      Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,       in order to understand and appreciate these
                                                      2011.                                           works. The course emphasizes close and per-
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        Fees: $30.00.                                   ceptive reading, thoughtful discussion and re-
DAY                                                                                                   flection. This course is writing intensive.
                                                   SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
3558   101   9:00AM-12:20PM    TWTH                                                                       PRQ: ENGL-121.
   Fees: $50.00.                                    ONLINE
                                                   3512   N630                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
EVENING                                            3513   N631
3559 150     6:00PM-9:20PM     TWTH                                                                   DAY
                                                      An online course is delivered primarily         3402   101    9:00AM-11:30AM    TWTH
   Fees: $50.00.                                      over the Internet, via a dedicated website.     3403   102    1:00PM-3:30PM     TWTH
                                                      See page 26 for general information and            Fees: $10.00.
ENGL-121        College Composition                   requirements.
                                                                                                      EVENING
                                                      Fees: $30.00.
                Writing (3 credits)                                                                   3404 150      6:00PM-8:30PM     TWTH
                                                   SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        Fees: $10.00.
ENGL-121 guides students through the exposi-
tory writing process through close reading of      DAY                                                SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                   3560   101    9:00AM-11:30AM    TWTH
contemporary critical discourse and teaches the    3561   102    9:00AM-11:30AM    TWTH               DAY
rhetorical arts of argument and persuasion         3562   103    1:00PM-3:30PM     TWTH               3569   101    9:00AM-11:30AM    TWTH
through critical thinking, reading and research.   3563   104    1:00PM-3:30PM     TWTH                  Fees: $10.00.
Students will develop an understanding of             Fees: $30.00.
themselves as readers and writers of world cul-
                                                   EVENING
tures who participate with others in responsible   3564 150      6:00PM-8:30PM     TWTH
public discourse and have moral and ehtical re-    3565 151      6:00PM-8:30PM     TWTH
sponsibilities in that discourse; students will       Fees: $30.00.
also examine the relationship among writer, au-
dience, and purpose, and practice writing prose     ONLINE
                                                   3566   N191
through a recursive process. Students complet-
                                                      An online course is delivered primarily
ing this course should be able to write persua-
                                                      over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
sive, researched and documented essays (of at
                                                      See page 26 for general information and
least 1,000 words) demonstrating the conven-
                                                      requirements.
tions of standard written English and manu-
                                                      Fees: $30.00.
script presentation.
    PRQ: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-121 is
    based on English placement test scores or
                                                                                                                           KEY
                                                   ENGL-206           African-American
    the successful completion of required de-                                                          COURSE #
    velopmental English course work.
                                                                      Literature (3 credits)
                                                   African-American Literature studies oral and        CHEM-101 General Inorganic
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                        written stories of African-American writers from
DAY
                                                                                                                Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                   the 18th century through the Harlem Renais-
3393   101   9:00AM-11:30AM    TWTH                sance to present times, including authors such      Emphasis on solving problems involving
3394   102   1:00PM-3:30PM     TWTH                                                                    mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                   as Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, and
3395   103   1:00PM-3:30PM     TWTH                                                                     PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
3396   104   9:00AM-11:30AM    TWTH                Martin Luther King, Jr. Students analyze major
                                                                                                       1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
   Fees: $30.00.                                   themes like alienation, identity, double-con-
                                                                                                       1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                   sciousness, racism, classism, rebellion, revolt
EVENING                                            and escape. They both evaluate these works for            SECTION     TIME         DAY(S)
3397 150     6:00PM-8:30PM     TWTH                                                                          NUMBER
                                                   their literary merit and make connections be-
   Fees: $30.00.                                   tween the literature and their own experience.      SYNONYM
                                                   This course is writing intensive.
                                                                                                       Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                       PRQ: ENGL-121.                                  on student schedules.



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                                                            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            arrange meeting days and times, have a
     ENGL-210         Introduction to Fiction,                                                                     written business concept prepared, and
                      Poetry, & Drama                       DAY
                                                                                                                   must be starting their business in real
                                                            3405   001   9:00AM-11:50AM     MWTH
                      (3 credits)                                                                                  time. This course is offered on an open
                                                               Fees: $20.00.
                                                                                                                   entry basis which means that the class is
     Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama stud-        SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                            offered throughout the semester. Your
     ies conventions and characteristics of these                                                                  hours can vary week to week and you
                                                            EVENING
     three genres of literature and is particularly rec-    3455 050     6:00PM-8:50PM      TTH                    will have the opportunity to arrange those
     ommended for students new to the study of lit-            Fees: $20.00.                                       hours with the Director and your business
     erature. Students study terminology and literary                                                              coach.
     concepts in order to interpret, analyze and crit-      SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                                                                                   Fees: $25.00.
     ically evaluate selections from stories, poems         EVENING
     and plays. In addition, they are introduced to         5383 050     6:00PM-9:00PM      MWTH                SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     critical reading strategies, literary criticism, and      Fees: $20.00.                                    Â OPEN ENTRY
     an expanding literary canon which includes the                                                             3572   001   -
     work of culturally diverse writers-including a                                                                An open entry course allows shorter
     classic piece from Greek or Shakespearian the-         ENTR-102         Entrepreneurial                       completion times, flexibility of start dates,
     atre. This course is writing intensive.                                 Assessment (1 credit)                 and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
          ENGL-210 was formerly ENGL-120.                   This course is a guided process that establish-        general information and requirements.
          PRQ: ENGL-121.                                    es a link between the entrepreneur and the             This course is offered through the Center
                                                            Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excel-         for Entrepreneurial and Business
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                                                                   Excellence. Prior to registering, students
      ONLINE                                               lence (CEBE). The entrepreneur will be able to
                                                                                                                   will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
     3454   N630                                            identify the needs and goals of his existing or
                                                            proposed business and determine the status of          518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
        An online course is delivered primarily                                                                    arrange meeting days and times.
        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.         development and operation. An assessment re-
        See page 26 for general information and             port will develop from initial input from the en-
        requirements.                                       trepreneur to the business coach. Based on          ENTR-103         Starting Your Own
        Fees: $30.00.                                       recommendations, the entrepreneur will analyze
                                                            methods and pathways to pursue in accord                             Business I (3 credits)
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                         with the services and curricula offered by the      ENTR-103 provides the entrepreneur with a
     DAY                                                    CEBE.                                               guide through the process of business start up
     3570   101    9:00AM-11:30AM     TWTH                                                                      or enhancement. Following the completion of
        Fees: $10.00.                                       SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                                                                the ENTR-103, the entrepreneur will bring the
     EVENING
                                                            Â OPEN ENTRY                                        business to successful launch or have discov-
                                                            3406   001   -
     3571 150      6:00PM-8:30PM      TWTH                                                                      ered ways to improve the existing business.
                                                               An open entry course allows shorter              Goals and progress toward goals are reviewed
        Fees: $10.00.
                                                               completion times, flexibility of start dates,    with changes made as needed. The entrepre-
                                                               and drop-in hours. See page 26 for               neur participates in networking with other busi-
                                                               general information and requirements.
     ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                          This course is offered through the Center
                                                               for Entrepreneurial and Business
                                                                                                                nesses and resources. The entrepreneur uses
                                                                                                                these resources to enhance business opportu-
                                                                                                                nities.
                                                               Excellence. Prior to registering, students           PRQ: ENTR-102.
     ENTR-101         Entrepreneurship and                     will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
                      Creativity (3 credits)                   518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to               SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     This interdisciplinary course is designed to in-          arrange meeting days and times, have a           Â OPEN ENTRY
     troduce students to the concept of sustainable            written business concept prepared, and           3407   001   -
     entrepreneurship, a manageable process that               must be starting their business in real             An open entry course allows shorter
     can be applied across careers and work set-               time. This course is offered on an open             completion times, flexibility of start dates,
     tings. It focuses on building entrepreneurial at-         entry basis which means that the class is           and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
     titudes and behaviors that will lead to creative          offered throughout the semester. Your               general information and requirements.
     solutions within community and organizational             hours can vary week to week and you                 This course is offered through the Center
     environments. Course topics include the histo-            will have the opportunity to arrange those          for Entrepreneurial and Business
     ry of entrepreneurship, the role of entrepre-             hours with the Director and your business           Excellence. Prior to registering, students
     neurs and intrapreneurs in the 21st century               coach.                                              will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
     global economy, and the identification of en-             Fees: $25.00.                                       518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
     trepreneurial opportunities. The elements of                                                                  arrange meeting days and times, have a
                                                            SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                                                                   written business concept prepared, and
     creative problem-solving, the development of a         Â OPEN ENTRY                                           must be starting their business in real
     business concept/model and feasibility study,          3456   001   -
     and the social/moral/ethical implications of en-                                                              time. This course is offered on an open
                                                               An open entry course allows shorter                 entry basis which means that the class is
     trepreneurship will be incorporated. This course          completion times, flexibility of start dates,
     is directed toward forging views of entrepre-                                                                 offered throughout the semester. Your
                                                               and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                  hours can vary week to week and you
     neurship and intrapreneurship as they operate             general information and requirements.
     in today’s world. Credit will only be granted for                                                             will have the opportunity to arrange those
                                                               This course is offered through the Center           hours with the Director and your business
     one of the following: ENTR-100 or ENTR-101.               for Entrepreneurial and Business
         PRQ: ENGL-121                                                                                             coach.
                                                               Excellence. Prior to registering, students          Fees: $50.00.
                                                               will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
                                                               518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to


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 SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                tests that have deadlines for completion.          and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
                                                            This course requires 40-50 hours to                general information and requirements.
 OPEN ENTRY                                                complete.                                          This course is offered through the Center
3457 001  -
                                                            Monday 8 to 12                                     for Entrepreneurial and Business
    An open entry course allows shorter
                                                            Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                Excellence. Prior to registering, students
    completion times, flexibility of start dates,
                                                            Wednesday 8 to 12                                  will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
    and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
                                                            Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm               518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
    general information and requirements.
                                                            Fees: $20.00.                                      arrange meeting days and times, have a
    This course is offered through the Center
                                                                                                               written business concept prepared, and
    for Entrepreneurial and Business
                                                                                                               must be starting their business in real
    Excellence. Prior to registering, students           ENTR-903             Starting Your Own                time. This course is offered on an open
    will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
    518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
                                                                              Business II (3 credits)          entry basis which means that the class is
                                                         ENTR-903 provides an intermediate level of en-        offered throughout the semester. Your
    arrange meeting days and times, have a
                                                         trepreneurial development. This course intro-         hours can vary week to week and you
    written business concept prepared, and
                                                         duces skills required to enhance a young,             will have the opportunity to arrange those
    must be starting their business in real
                                                         growing business. Individual personal and busi-       hours with the Director and your business
    time. This course is offered on an open
                                                         ness goals are set at the beginning of the            coach.
    entry basis which means that the class is
                                                         course and progress is reviewed with changes          Fees: $50.00.
    offered throughout the semester. Your
    hours can vary week to week and you                  made as necessary. Upon completion of ENTR-
    will have the opportunity to arrange those           903, the entrepreneur will have measurable im-
    hours with the Director and your business
    coach.
                                                         provement in business outcomes. Prerequisite:
                                                         ENTR-103
                                                                                                            EXERCISE SCIENCE
    Fees: $50.00.                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                        EXSC-209         Sport and Exercise
 SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                          Â OPEN ENTRY                                                        Nutrition (3 credits)
 OPEN ENTRY                                             3409   001   -
3573 001  -                                                 An open entry course allows shorter             This course will apply the basic nutritional the-
    An open entry course allows shorter                     completion times, flexibility of start dates,   ories, principles, and concepts to participation
    completion times, flexibility of start dates,           and drop-in hours. See page 26 for              in fitness and sports activities. The require-
    and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                      general information and requirements.           ments necessary for participation and perform-
    general information and requirements.                   This course is offered through the Center       ance enhancement for all levels of athletic and
    This course is offered through the Center               for Entrepreneurial and Business                exercise performance will be examined. Stu-
    for Entrepreneurial and Business                        Excellence. Prior to registering, students      dents will learn to apply the various sports nu-
    Excellence. Prior to registering, students              will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-        trition concepts for recreational to elite level
    will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-                518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to              athletes. Course content includes energy sys-
    518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to                      arrange meeting days and times.                 tems, hydration, pre-and post-event nutrition, er-
    arrange meeting days and times.                         Fees: $50.00.                                   gogenic aids, weight management and body
    Fees: $50.00.                                                                                           composition issues of athletes, ergogenic aids.
                                                         SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                         Â OPEN ENTRY                                       SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
ENTR-154          Introduction to eBay                   3459   001   -                                      ONLINE
                                                            An open entry course allows shorter             1757   N090
                  (1 credit)                                completion times, flexibility of start dates,      An online course is delivered primarily
This course serves as an introduction to online             and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                 over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
auctioneering using eBay.com. After successful              general information and requirements.              See page 26 for general information and
completion of this course, the student will be able         This course is offered through the Center          requirements.
to understand effective bidding strategies when             for Entrepreneurial and Business                   Fees: $30.00.
purchasing items as well as how to maximize op-             Excellence. Prior to registering, students
portunity for success in selling items listed for sale      will need to contact Betty Noble at 443-
on eBay.com. Familiarity with a computer, the In-           518-4111 or enoble@howardcc.edu to
ternet, and email skills are strongly recommended           arrange meeting days and times, have a
before enrolling in this course. This course may            written business concept prepared, and                               KEY
be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may                 must be starting their business in real          COURSE #
be started at any time during the school year. All          time. This course is offered on an open
of the work (except tests) may be done outside              entry basis which means that the class is
of class if student has compatible software. Cred-
                                                                                                             CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                            offered throughout the semester. Your
it will only be granted for one of the following:           hours can vary week to week and you                       Chemistry I (4 credits)
ENTR-154 or ENTR-205.                                       will have the opportunity to arrange those       Emphasis on solving problems involving
 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                hours with the Director and your business        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                            coach.
 OPEN ENTRY                                                Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                             1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
3408 001  -                                                                                                  1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
    An open entry course allows shorter                  SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
    completion times, flexibility of start dates,        Â OPEN ENTRY                                              SECTION
                                                                                                                   NUMBER
                                                                                                                              TIME          DAY(S)
    and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                   3577 001  -
    general information and requirements.                   An open entry course allows shorter              SYNONYM
    The student must come to campus                         completion times, flexibility of start dates,    Please note room assignments will be printed
    periodically to take written and computer                                                                on student schedules.



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     EXSC-210          Sport and Exercise                    FILM-171          Introduction to American            FINE ARTS
                       Psychology (3 credits)                                  Cinema (3 credits)
     This course will provide the student with the op-       After viewing a wide variety of selected films        FINE-101         Humanities Through the
     portunity to study human behavior in sport and          the student should be able to demonstrate
     exercise settings. It is designed to provide the stu-   knowledge of aesthetic principles as they apply
                                                                                                                                    Arts (3 credits)
     dent with information about research in the field       to the film as an art medium.                         In this course, the humanities are approached
     of sport psychology as well as practical knowledge                                                            through a study of nine major arts: film, dance,
                                                             SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           music, literature, photography, painting, theatre,
     to become a more effective fitness instructor, ath-
     lete, athletic administrator, physical educator, per-   DAY                                                   sculpture, and architecture. Each of these arts
                                                             1161   701   9:30AM-12:30PM      MWF                  is considered from the perspectives of art;
     sonal trainer, or coach. It will examine theories of
     individual personality and explore the social phe-         Fees: $10.00.                                      meaning and form expressed; and criticism or
     nomenon associated with sport participation.                                                                  critical evaluation.
                                                                                                                   SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
      ONLINE                                                FINANCIAL PLANNING                                    DAY
     4825   N090                                                                                                   1162   701   9:00AM-1:00PM      TTH
         An online course is delivered primarily             FNPL-101          Personal Financial                     Fees: $20.00.
         over the Internet, via a dedicated website.                                                               SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
         See page 26 for general information and                               Planning Principles
                                                                               (3 credits)                          ONLINE
         requirements.                                                                                             1183   N990 -
         Fees: $30.00.                                       This course presents an overview of the finan-           An online course is delivered primarily
                                                             cial planning process: insurance and investment          over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                             decisions, income tax, retirement and estate             See page 26 for general information and
     FILM                                                    planning.                                                requirements.
                                                                                                                      Fees: $30.00.
                                                             SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     FILM-101          Introduction to Film                  EVENING                                               SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                             3461 050     6:30PM-8:50PM       MW                    ONLINE
                       (3 credits)                              Fees: $15.00.                                      1204   701
     This course is an introduction to the history of        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                    An online course is delivered primarily
     film as well as to the vocabulary and analytical        5567 M001 12:15PM-3:30PM         MTTH                    over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
     skills with which to approach the study of mo-             Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,             See page 26 for general information and
     tion pictures. The course will examine film                2011.                                                 requirements.
     form, style, and industry practices through read-                                                             STUDY ABROAD
     ings, film screenings, and discussions, learning                                                              1205 N630
     to watch films with the goals of critical think-        FNPL-105          Financial Planning for                 Howard Community College is pleased to
     ing, thoughtful discussion, and interpretive writ-                        Young Adults (3 credits)               offer a summer study abroad program to
     ing.                                                                                                             two major cities in Denmark. Participants
                                                             This course is designed, in general, for those
      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                         under 30 years of age who are interested in              will study the basics of the art and culture
      ONLINE                                                learning how to plan for a financially secure fu-        of Denmark. Students will prepare for the
     5071 N990                                               ture by practical applications in the following          program in the month proceeding
         An online course is delivered primarily             areas: money management, spending and sav-               departure, including taking part in a
         over the Internet, via a dedicated website.         ing plans, credit/debt management, and invest-           Danish film festival planned during the
         See page 26 for general information and             ing for the future.                                      period before the program departs for
         requirements.                                                                                                Denmark, which leaves July 10th, returning
                                                             SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                           July 27th. Students will spend one week
         Fees: $30.00.
                                                             EVENING                                                  in Odense, the birthplace of writer Hans
                                                             3578 050     6:30PM-8:50PM       MTTH                    Christian Andersen, and a week and a
     FILM-108          The Golden Age of                                                                              half in the capital city of Copenhagen,
                       Hollywood (3 credits)                 FNPL-206          Banking and Financial                  experiencing the art and culture of
                                                                                                                      Denmark. The course will involve
     This course will explore the classic Hollywood                            Planning (3 credits)                   numerous excursions to important cultural
     films of the 1930s and 1940s. This course will                                                                   sites. This course is restricted to
                                                             As an introduction to banking essentials, this
     introduce the most popular narrative tendencies                                                                  participants of the 2011 Summer Study
                                                             course will present many aspects of the field, from
     and film genres that were developed during the                                                                   Abroad Program. See Study Abroad-SABR-
                                                             legal issues and ethical concerns such as privacy,
     Golden Age of Hollywood cinema, from the                                                                         921-101 for more information, or contact
                                                             consumer lending, and the role of the Federal Re-
     rise and fall of the major classical Hollywood                                                                   Marie Westhaver at 443-518-4190 or email
                                                             serve as agent and bank regulator to contemporary
     studios, to the definition of the key character-                                                                 MWesthaver@howardcc.edu.
                                                             concerns such as loan maintenance and foreclo-
     istics of seamless storytelling and the basic                                                                    Fees: $30.00.
                                                             sure negotiations. Non-deposit bank services such
     mode of film production used during this peri-          as investments and trusts will also be explored.      SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     od. Major films and significant directors from              PRQ: BMGT-100 and FNPL-101.
     this period will be viewed and discussed.                                                                     DAY
                                                             SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           1217   701   9:00AM-12:45PM     TTH
      SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                             EVENING                                                  Fees: $20.00.
     DAY                                                     5378 050     6:30PM-8:50PM       MTTH
     4836   701    12:30PM-3:30PM      MWF
         Fees: $10.00.


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 ONLINE                                               ciate diversity and effective intercultural and in-   ities. They will expand their knowledge of the
1218 N630 -                                            terpersonal communication.                            peoples of the French-speaking world and will,
   An open entry course allows shorter                 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           through the use of multimedia technology, cre-
   completion times, flexibility of start dates,                                                             ate a personalized project reflective of individ-
                                                       DAY                                                   ual interests in French.
   and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                  3412   101   9:00AM-10:50AM      TWTH
   general information and requirements.               3413   102   12:00PM-1:50PM      TWTH                 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
   Fees: $30.00.                                          Fees: $25.00.                                      DAY
                                                       FAST TRACK                                            3411   101   9:00AM-11:40AM     MTWTH
FINE-102         Arts, Cultures and Ideas              3414 F645 6:00PM-8:00PM          F                       Fees: $25.00.
                                                                  9:00AM-12:30PM        S
                 (3 credits)                                      9:00AM-12:30PM        SU
An interdisciplinary course that introduces how
the humanities and their arts address ways of
                                                          Earn 2 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets
                                                          Friday - Sunday, June 3-5, 10-12, 17-19.           GEOGRAPHY
thinking about what is human. The course will             Students must purchase textbook prior to
focus on at least three areas of arts and hu-             first class meeting.                               GEOG-101         Introduction to World
manities within an historical period and/or an            Fees: $25.00.
individual culture, all of which will be deter-                                                                               Geography (3 credits)
                                                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
mined each semester.                                   3415 M150 6:00PM-9:15PM          MTTH                 An introduction to the fundamental features
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                  Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,          and relationships of the physical and natural
                                                          2011.                                              environment affecting human activities and
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                          Fees: $25.00.                                      world regional patterns.
STUDY ABROAD                                                                                                    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
1163 701   -                                           SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
   Howard Community College offers a                                                                         SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                       DAY
   summer study abroad program for learning            3579   101   9:00AM-10:50AM      TWTH                 EVENING
   Chinese culture, arts, history, and                 3580   102   9:00AM-10:50AM      TWTH                 1845 950     7:00PM-9:50PM      TWTH
   language. Participants will fly to China for        3581   103   12:00PM-1:50PM      TWTH                    Fees: $10.00.
   three weeks and work with a team of                 3582   104   3:00PM-4:50PM       TWTH
   chinese professors including artists,                  FYEX-100-104 is especially appropriate for
   academicians, and language teachers. This              students with disabilities.                        GEOG-902         Issues in Global
   program will involve significant academic              Fees: $25.00.                                                       Archaeology (3 credits)
   course work and traveling. Participants will        EVENING                                               This course will study ancient sites from
   spend the first ten days in Beijing, the            3584 150     6:00PM-7:50PM       TWTH                 around the world. This introduction class will
   capital of modern China, then about seven              Fees: $25.00.                                      examine famous archeological sites from many
   days traveling to Shanghai, the commerical          FAST TRACK                                            different cultures. Emphasis will be given to the
   center of China, and Xi’an, where the               3585 F645 6:00PM-8:00PM          F                    identification, analysis, interpretation and
   terracotta warriors were unearthed. The                        9:00AM-12:30PM        S                    preservation of archeological data, including ar-
   group will return to Beijing for the last                      9:00AM-12:30PM        SU                   tifacts. Methods and techniques learned will be
   phase of the program. The program runs                 Earn 2 credits in 3 weekends. Class meets          applied to a local archaeological site.
   from May 25-June 15, 2011. This course is              Friday-Sunday, July 15-17, 22-24 and 29-31.             Also listed as ANTH-902.
   restricted to participants of the 2011                 Students must purchase textbook prior to
   Summer Study Abroad Program. See Study                 first class meeting.                               SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
   Abroad-SABR-903-101 for more information,              Fees: $25.00.                                      EVENING
   or contact Yifei Gan at 443-519-4413 or                                                                   1825 950     6:00PM-8:50PM      TWTH
   email YGan@howardcc.edu.
                                                       FRENCH
FIRST YEAR                                             FREN-101          Elementary French I
EXPERIENCE                                                               (4 credits)
                                                       In this introductory course, students learn to lis-
                                                                                                                                  KEY
FYEX-100         First Year Experience                 ten, speak, write and read on a basic level.           COURSE #
                 (2 credits)                           They also learn about the diverse cultures of
                                                       the French-speaking world.                             CHEM-101 General Inorganic
First Year Experience 100 engages students in
a highly interactive, critical thinking experience     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
and in a meta-cognitive pursuit to understand          DAY                                                    Emphasis on solving problems involving
themselves as intentional learners and as civic        5429   101   9:30AM-12:00PM      TWTH                  mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
and global citizens. Through self-assessment,             Fees: $25.00.                                        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
reading, writing, and reflection, students devel-                                                             1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
op habits of mind necessary to engage in aca-                                                                 1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
demic inquiry, creative and critical thinking,         FREN-201          Intermediate French I
                                                                                                                    SECTION     TIME        DAY(S)
and scholarly discourse with integrity and civil-                        (4 credits)                                NUMBER
ity; develop their ability to articulate their long-   Students in this course will use the skills need-      SYNONYM
term goals as related to their own beliefs and         ed to listen, speak, write and read in French in
values; and strengthen their capacity to appre-                                                               Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                       the context of a series of communicative activ-        on student schedules.



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     HEALTH CARE                                           HEED-115         Personal and Community             HEED-150         Women’s Health
                                                                            Health (3 credits)                                  (3 credits)
     HEAL-105         Drug Calculations                    This course will synthesize the important facts     This course will introduce students to a variety
                                                           and concepts of a variety of college level cours-   of women’s health issues as well as the barri-
                      (1 credit)                           es including biology, physiology, anatomy, ecol-    ers faced by women striving to achieve a
     Students will develop skills in the metric, apothe-   ogy, psychology, and sociology into a               healthful lifestyle. Students will examine topics
     cary and household systems of measurement.            meaningful dialogue that will motivate the stu-     including: female sexual health and reproduc-
     Drug calculation problems will provide the student    dent to modify their health practices to a high     tion, exercise and eating behaviors, substance
     with the opportunity to practice conversions be-      level of effective and enjoyable living.            abuse, mental health and stress, and violence
     tween systems. Students will perform the compu-                                                           against women. This course is designed to sup-
     tations necessary to administer medications in        SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                                                                               port students in their personal exploration of at-
     liquid, tablet, and capsule form. Prerequisite:        ONLINE                                            titudes, knowledge and values related to
     MATH 060 or appropriate score on math place-          1849   W304 -
                                                                                                               women’s health and to assist them as they an-
     ment test and ENGL-093. (2 hours weekly for 7            An online course is delivered primarily          alyze their personal health behaviors.
     weeks). Note: Also listed as HEAL-105.                   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.          Also listed as WMST-150.
                                                              See page 26 for general information and
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                              requirements.                                    SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     DAY                                                      This online course incorporates the video         ONLINE
     1758   301   12:00PM-1:30PM      TTH                     and print materials of a professionally          1826   N304
        Fees: $15.00.                                         produced telecourse. Course videos are              An online course is delivered primarily
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                           cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and                over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                              videostreamed from the HCC library                  See page 26 for general information and
     DAY
     1846   303   12:15PM-1:45PM      TTH                     homepage to individual student computers.           requirements.
        Fees: $15.00.                                         Fees: $45.00.                                       Fees: $30.00.
     EVENING
     1847 353     6:30PM-8:00PM       TTH                  HEED-117         Basic Life Support for             HEED-211         Nutrition (3 credits)
        Fees: $15.00.                                                       Healthcare Professional            This course will provide students with a gener-
                                                                            (1 credit)                         al understanding of nutrition and health. The
                                                                                                               functions and importance of fats, carbohy-
     HEALTH EDUCATION                                      This course is designed to acquaint students
                                                           with theories and techniques of Basic Life Sup-
                                                                                                               drates, proteins, vitamins and minerals, and the
                                                                                                               relationship between nutrition and exercise in
                                                           port for the Healthcare Professional. After the     weight management are included.
     HEED-112         First Aid & Safety                   successful completion of this course, a two-year        Also listed as NUTR-211.
                                                           card from the American Heart Association in
                      (3 credits)                          Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers will    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     This course includes content relevant to early        be awarded.                                         DAY
     cardiac care, one and two person cardiopul-                                                               5715   301    9:00AM-11:50AM    TWF
     monary resuscitation for infant, child, and adult     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                           EVENING
                                                                                                                ONLINE
     and standard first aid. Students are eligible for                                                         1763   N630
     certification.                                        1850 350     6:00PM-8:50PM      T
                                                                                                               1764   N631
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                                  An online course is delivered primarily
                                                           HEED-125         Ethics in Professional                over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
     EVENING
                                                                                                                  See page 26 for general information and
     1760 350     6:00PM-8:50PM       MTTH                                  Practice (3 credits)                  requirements.
        Fees: $20.00.
                                                           This course will examine ethics in today’s             Fees: $30.00.
                                                           evolving healthcare environment. This course
     HEED-113         Drug Use and Abuse                   will look at privacy and the ethical dilemmas
                                                           that result from current laws, social and cultur-
                      (3 credits)                          al implications. A practitioner’s approach to
     This course will examine drug related issues,         ethics has a direct impact on the quality of pa-
     including legal aspects and abuse of drugs.           tient care and the liability of the organization
     Upon completion of this course the student will       for which they work. Healthcare practitioners,
     be able to identify the physiological, psycho-        i.e. substance abuse counselors, psychiatric
     logical, social and cultural implications of drug     aides, gerontologists and social service workers,
     abuse.                                                are expected to be knowledgeable about
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        today’s healthcare laws and ethical codes.
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     1848 J302 9:00AM-12:00PM         MTTH                 LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug            1805 M360 6:00PM-10:30PM        F
        10, 2011.                                                     8:30AM-5:45PM        S
                                                              This section meets June 4-5, 18-19 and
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HEED-216        Health Care in the US               HIST-112           American History Since           HIST-122         Western Civilization and
                (3 credits)                                            1877 (3 credits)                                  the Pre-Modern World
This course is designed to provide students         A survey of American history from the end of                         (3 credits)
with an understanding of the complexity of the      Reconstruction to contemporary times.               The student will be able to describe the major
United States health care system. Issues will be       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             features of the development of western civiliza-
discussed through an exploration of the tech-                                                           tion and its relationship to non-western cultures
                                                    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
nology, costs, quality of care and health care
personnel associated with the delivery of health     ONLINE                                            from the late middle ages to 1815. The course
                                                    1769   W990                                         will include the use of primary and secondary
care. The course includes an overview of the                                                            sources to focus on social, economic, political,
                                                    1770   W991
health care system and an examination of the                                                            and cultural factors influencing the relationship
                                                       An online course is delivered primarily
medical infrastructure with a historical perspec-                                                       of western and non-western societies.
                                                       over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
tive.                                                                                                       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                                                       See page 26 for general information and
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            requirements.                                    SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
 ONLINE                                               This online course incorporates the video
                                                                                                         ONLINE
1765   N304 -                                          and print materials of a professionally
                                                                                                        1827   W990 -
   An online course is delivered primarily             produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                                                                           An online course is delivered primarily
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.         cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                                                                           over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
   See page 26 for general information and             videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                                                                           See page 26 for general information and
   requirements.                                       homepage to individual student computers.
                                                                                                           requirements.
   Fees: $30.00.                                       Fees: $45.00.
                                                                                                           This online course incorporates the video
                                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                         and print materials of a professionally
                                                    EVENING                                                produced telecourse. Course videos are
HISTORY                                             1853 950      7:00PM-9:50PM
                                                       Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                    TWTH                   cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                                                                           videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                     ONLINE                                               homepage to individual student computers.
HIST-111        American History to 1877            1854 W630                                              Fees: $45.00.
                (3 credits)                         1855 W631
A survey of American history through 1877.             This online course incorporates the video
   PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                and print materials of a professionally
                                                       produced telecourse. Course videos are
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                            cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
EVENING                                                videostreamed from the HCC library
1767 950     7:00PM-9:50PM      TWTH                   homepage to individual student computers.
   Fees: $15.00.                                       Fees: $45.00.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1768 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTTH
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,        HIST-121           The Ancient World:
   2011.                                                               Prehistory to the Middle
   Fees: $15.00.                                                       Ages (3 credits)
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         The student will be able to describe the histo-
 ONLINE                                            ry and development of early world civilizations
1806   W630 -                                       through the 13th century. The student will be
   An online course is delivered primarily          able to identify and analyze the major political,
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.      economic, and intellectual movements that in-
   See page 26 for general information and          fluenced these civilizations. The student will be
   requirements.                                    able to analyze and discuss, from primary and
   This online course incorporates the video        secondary sources, the impact Middle Eastern,
   and print materials of a professionally          Asian, African, and Classical cultures had on                            KEY
   produced telecourse. Course videos are           Western Civilization.
   cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             COURSE #
   videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                          CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   homepage to individual student computers.
                                                    DAY
   Fees: $45.00.
                                                    1771   901    8:00AM-10:50AM    MWTH
                                                                                                                  Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                       Fees: $15.00.                                     Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                                                                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                    DAY                                                  1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                    4168   901    9:30AM-12:20PM    TWTH                 1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                       Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                               SECTION    TIME         DAY(S)
                                                                                                               NUMBER
                                                                                                         SYNONYM
                                                                                                         Please note room assignments will be printed
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     HIST-123        Western Civilization and            HIST-228          Women in European                   HMGT-180         Hospitality Management
                     the Modern World                                      History: 1750-Present                                Internship (2 credits)
                     (3 credits)                                           (3 credits)                         Student will spend at least 240 hours of direct-
     The student will be able to describe the histo-     This course analyzes women’s changing eco-            ed study in a chosen area of the hospitality in-
     ry and development of Western Civilization and      nomic, family, and political roles from the eigh-     dustry at an off-campus facility. The faculty
     its impact on the world from 1815 to the pres-      teenth to the twentieth century. Topics include       instructor and industry mentor will provide and
     ent. The student will identify and analyze the      the effects of industrialization on women’s work      coordinate course objectives, applicable experi-
     political, economic and intellectual movements      and status, the demographic revolution, and           ences and evaluation. Student will maintain a
     that influenced the Western European mind.          women’s political activities in market riots, rev-    written journal of internship experiences.
     The student will examine the character of the       olutions, and campaigns for women’s rights.               PRQ: HMGT-101 and HMGT-120
     evolving modern nation state system through             Also listed as WMST-228.                          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     the wars of unification, overseas expansion,            PRQ: ENGL-121                                     3462   001   -
     and the competitive national rivalries. The stu-                                                             PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for this
                                                         SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     dent will evaluate the underlying factors influ-                                                             course will need to contact Vinnie Rege
     encing the events that shaped the modern             ONLINE                                                 at 443-518-4469 or vrege@howardcc.edu
                                                         1808 N630 -
     world, including two World Wars and the Cold                                                                 prior to registration to arrange experiences
     War. The student will examine how the post-            An online course is delivered primarily
                                                                                                                  and locations.
     1945 conditions affected the attitudes and             over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                                                                                  Fees: $30.00.
     makeup of the former colonial world.                   See page 26 for general information and
          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121               requirements.
                                                            Fees: $30.00.
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
      ONLINE
                                                                                                               HUMAN
     1807   W630 -
                                                         HOSPITALITY                                           DEVELOPMENT
        An online course is delivered primarily
        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
        See page 26 for general information and
                                                         MANAGEMENT                                            HMDV-200         Life Span Development
        requirements.                                                                                                           (3 credits)
        This online course incorporates the video        HMGT-101          Introduction to the                 The purpose of this course is to examine the
        and print materials of a professionally                            Hospitality Industry                growth and development of an individual
        produced telecourse. Course videos are                                                                 throughout his/her life. Beginning with the pre-
        cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                                           (3 credits)                         natal period and continuing through old age,
        videostreamed from the HCC library               This introductory course acquaints the student        development from a physical, intellectual, social
        homepage to individual student computers.        with the scope and complexity of the hospital-        and emotional perspective will be studied. The-
        Fees: $45.00.                                    ity industry by exploring the national and glob-      ories on development and current research in
                                                         al relationships of lodging, food, and beverage       the field will be reviewed with an emphasis on
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                      operations. The course examines career op-            application of individual case histories and per-
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                               portunities, organizational structures, history and   sonal experiences. This course meets the Mary-
     1856 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM        MWTH                human resource management. Students will ex-          land State Department of Education Child
        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug          amine trends, integrated technology and its ef-       Development requirement for an initial certifi-
        10, 2011.                                        fects on customer and guest service in                cate in Early Childhood Education, Elementary
        Fees: $15.00.                                    requirements in the lodging and food service          Education, and Secondary Education.
                                                         industry.                                                 NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
     HIST-215        Celtic Ireland (3 credits)          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                               sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
                                                          ONLINE                                                  PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
     The student will be able to describe the histo-
     ry and development of Ireland from the Celtic       4824   N090 -                                         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     settlements to the Cromwellian occupation. The         An online course is delivered primarily            DAY
     student will be able to evaluate the impact and        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.        1773   901   9:30AM-12:20PM     MTTH
     response of native Irish society and culture to        See page 26 for general information and            1775   902   1:00PM-3:50PM      TWTH
     Celtic, Christian, Norse, Anglo-Saxon and British      requirements.
                                                                                                               EVENING
     influences.                                            Fees: $30.00.                                      1774 950     6:30PM-9:20PM      TWTH
         PRQ: ENGL-121                                   SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         EVENING                                               1776 J901 8:45AM-12:00PM        MTTH
     DAY                                                 3586 050     5:00PM-7:50PM       MTTH                    Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
     4520   901   -                                         Fees: $30.00.                                         2011.
                  9:00AM-1:00PM      TWTH




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SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                           SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                       LFIT-933         Mixed Martial Arts
 ONLINE                                              1830   301
                                                                                                                            Conditioning (1 credit)
1809   W630 -
   An online course is delivered primarily                                                                 This class focuses on the aerobic, strength, and
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
   See page 26 for general information and
                                                      LIFE FITNESS                                         power training exercises performed by the
                                                                                                           mixed martial arts athletes of today. Various in-
   requirements.                                                                                           terval and high intensity activities will be trained
   This online course incorporates the video          LFIT-105          Belly Dancing (1 credit)           using indoor and outdoor facilities and equip-
   and print materials of a professionally                                                                 ment. This course focuses on the conditioning
                                                      This course will focus on training students to       aspects of mixed martial arts and will not in-
   produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                      understand and perform belly dance. Move-            volve the practice of fighting techniques.
   cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                      ment includes basic isolation and moves with
   videostreamed from the HCC library                                                                      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                      the head, shoulders, arms, hands, chest, belly,
   homepage to individual student computers.
                                                      hips, and feet as well as techniques which in-       DAY
   This course has a required on-campus                                                                    5461   301   7:30AM-8:50AM       TWTHF
                                                      corporate the entire body. Students will also
   orientation on Wednesday, June 1, 2011,
                                                      learn about the different music, history, and cul-
   6:30-8:30PM, Room TBA.
                                                      ture of this dance style. Students will demon-
   Fees: $45.00.
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                      strate mastery of belly dance through
                                                      choreographed and non-choreographed class
                                                                                                           MASS
 ONLINE                                              performances.
                                                          Also listed as DANC-105.
                                                                                                           COMMUNICATIONS
1828   W630 -
   An online course is delivered primarily            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.                                                             MASS-220         Introduction to
                                                      DAY                                                                   Broadcasting (3 credits)
   See page 26 for general information and            1777   301   12:30PM-3:00PM     MTTH
   requirements.                                                                                           This course is a survey and introduction that
                                                         Fees: $10.00.
   This online course incorporates the video                                                               concentrates on the historical development,
   and print materials of a professionally                                                                 scope, and influence of radio and television in
   produced telecourse. Course videos are             LFIT-124          Conditioning (1 credit)            America. Discussion in the course will focus on
   cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and                                                                    the philosophy, structure, organization and op-
                                                      This course is designed to help students to de-
   videostreamed from the HCC library                                                                      eration of the broadcasting medium, and will
                                                      velop an understanding of conditioning tech-
   homepage to individual student computers.                                                               acquaint students with the inter-relationships of
                                                      niques through weight training and endurance
   This course has a required on-campus                                                                    the industry to the audience, advertisers, and
                                                      training. Students will be exposed to exercise
   orientation on Saturday, June 11, 2011,                                                                 government regulators.
                                                      bikes, the universal gym and jogging tech-
   10AM-12PM, Room TBA.                                                                                        PRQ: ENGL-121.
                                                      niques. Specific exercises will be recommend-
   Fees: $45.00.
                                                      ed for the development of a personal                 SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        conditioning program.
                                                                                                           DAY
DAY                                                   SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                          1165   701   10:00AM-12:50PM     MTTH
5149   901   9:30AM-12:20PM      TWTH
                                                      EVENING
                                                      1778 350     6:00PM-8:00PM      MWTH
HMDV-901         Independent Travel                      Fees: $15.00.
                 Experience (3 credits)
The purpose of this course is to provide se-          LFIT-198          Alexander Technique
lected Schulte Travel Fellowhsip students a trav-                       (1 credit)
el/study experience that will promote their
                                                      This course is an examination of the Alexan-
personal and cultural growth.
                                                      der Technique as a method to investigate the
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                        issues of mind/body disciplines and alleviate
DAY                                                   excessive tension, and habitual holding patterns
1829   901   -                                        which produce inefficient use of the body.
                                                      Principles of the Alexander Technique will be                              KEY
                                                      explored through anatomical self-evaluation           COURSE #
HMDV-902         STEM Seminar I (1 credit)            based on applied instruction, lecture/discus-
This course is a special one-credit course for stu-   sion, required readings, and observation.
                                                          Also listed as DANC-198.
                                                                                                            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
dents enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineer-
ing and Mathematics majors. The seminars will                                                                        Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
provide the setting for developing skills needed to                                                         Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                      DAY
be successful in those fields. It will include pre-                                                         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                      1779   301   1:00PM-2:45PM      TWTH
sentations by appropriate business and higher ed-                                                            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                         Fees: $20.00.
ucation partners on careers in mathematics,                                                                 1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM       MWF
biology, physics, chemistry and/or engineering.                                                             1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM      TTH
Field trips and activities beyond the classroom are                                                               SECTION     TIME          DAY(S)
also a planned part of the curriculum. Enrollment                                                                 NUMBER
is limited to STEM scholarship recipients or per-
                                                                                                            SYNONYM
mission of instructor.
                                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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     MATHEMATICS                                          SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                               MATH-070        Intermediate Algebra
                                                          1895 J412 9:00AM-11:30AM        MWTH
                                                                                                                               (3 credits)
     MATH-060         Basic Mathematics                   1896 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM         MWTH                 The emphasis of this course is on using alge-
                                                             Laurel class runs from June 13 to August          braic and graphical techniques to model and
                      (2 credits)                                                                              solve real world application problems. A graph-
                                                             8, 2011.
     Students will improve Arithmetic skills and ap-         Fees: $50.00.                                     ing calculator is required (TI-84 recommended,
     plication solving skills. Areas of study include                                                          TI-89 not permitted). Topics include linear,
     addition, subtraction, multiplication and division   SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                                                                               quadratic, exponential, inverse, and logarithmic
     of whole numbers, decimals, fracations and in-       DAY                                                  functions; rational equations (both linear and
     tegers; factoriong numbers into primes; conver-      1904   403   11:30AM-2:00PM     MTWTHF               quadratic); radical and power equations; and
     sions between decimals, fractions and percents;         Fees: $50.00.                                     linear and nonlinear systems. Prereq: MATH-
     ratio and proportion; place value and least                                                               067 or appropriate score on mathematics place-
     common multiples. Calculators are encouraged                                                              ment test. (4 hours weekly)
     and taught. Lessons are taght using computer
                                                          MATH-067         Elementary Algebra
     assisted instruction. Extra computer time is nec-                     Applications (4 credits)            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     essary. Prerequisite: ENGL-093 and appropirate       In this course, the student will develop skills in   DAY
     score on mathematics placement test. (2 hours                                                             1873   401   10:00AM-12:25PM    MTWTHF
                                                          manipulating algebraic expressions with integer
     weekly)                                              exponents and in simplifying polynomials, ra-           Fees: $50.00.
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                          tional expressions and radicals. The student         EVENING
                                                          will write an equation for a line from given in-     1874 450     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH
     EVENING                                                                                                      Fees: $50.00.
     1888 450     6:15PM-8:15PM      MW                   formation. Systems of equations will be solved
        Students who would like to complete this          graphically and algebraically. Methods of fac-       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
        course in 5 weeks can discuss an early            toring second-degree polynomials and applica-        1875 J401 12:00PM-3:00PM        MTWTH
        completion option with their instructor on        tions involving factoring will also be included.        Laurel class runs from June 1 to July 1,
        the first night of class.                         Students will solve quadratic equations and re-         2011.
        Fees: $50.00.                                     lated applications using factoring and the quad-        Fees: $50.00.
                                                          ratic formula. Application problems will include
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                                                            SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                          the use of the Theorem of Pythagoras. Classes
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                with odd numbered sections are offered as            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     1893 J412 9:00AM-10:45AM        TF                                                                        1899 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM         MTTH
                                                          computer-based instruction and require addi-
     1894 J462 6:30PM-7:50PM         MWTH                 tonal time in the computer lab. Classes with            Laurel class runs from June 13 to August
        Laurel class runs from June 13 to August          even numbered sections are offered as teacher-          8, 2011.
        8, 2011.                                          led instruction. All sections require the use of        Fees: $50.00.
        Fees: $50.00.                                     the interactive computer program that comes          SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       with the text. Prerequisite: MATH-061 or appro-      DAY
                                                          priate score on math placement test.(4 hours         1909   404   8:30AM-11:00AM     MTWTHF
     EVENING
     1903 453     6:30PM-8:30PM      MTTH                 weekly)                                              1908   405   11:15AM-1:45PM     MTWTHF
                                                                                                               4014   420   2:00PM-5:00PM      MTWTH
        Fees: $50.00.                                     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                                                                  Fees: $50.00.
                                                          DAY
                                                          1872   402   9:30AM-12:00PM     MTWTHF               EVENING
     MATH-061         Basic Algebra and                      Fees: $50.00.                                     1910 453     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH
                      Geometry (4 credits)                                                                        Fees: $50.00.
                                                          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     Students will be working with integers, simplify-                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                          DAY                                                  1911 J413 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTWTH
     ing numeric expressions with exponents, com-         1891   401   9:30AM-11:20AM     MTWTH                1912 J414 12:15PM-3:15PM        MTWTH
     bining similar terms, multiplying polynomials,          Fees: $50.00.                                        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
     evaluating algebraic expressions, using commu-
                                                          EVENING                                                 10, 2011.
     tative, associative and distributive properties,
                                                          1892 450     6:30PM-9:10PM      MTTH                    Fees: $50.00.
     solving first degree equations, solving and graph-
     ing lines, investigative slope and the x- and y-        Fees: $50.00.
     intercepts. They will also become familiar with      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                       MATH-105        Drug Calculations
     elementary topics in geometry. Lessons are           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     taught using computer assisted instruction. Extra
                                                                                                                               (1 credit)
                                                          1897 J412 9:00AM-11:30AM        MWTH
     computer time is necessary. Prerequisite: MATH-      1898 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM         MWTH                 Students will develop skills in the metric,
     060 or appropriate math placement score and             Laurel class runs from June 13 to August          apothecary and household systems of meas-
     ENGL-093. (4 hours weekly)                              8, 2011.                                          urement. Drug calculation problems will provide
                                                             Fees: $50.00.                                     the student with the opportunity to practice con-
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                                                               versions between systems. Students will per-
     DAY                                                  SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       form the computations necessary to administer
     1889   401   9:00AM-11:20AM     MTWTH                DAY                                                  medications in liquid, tablet, and capsule form.
        Fees: $50.00.                                     1905   404   9:00AM-11:30AM     MTWTHF               Prerequisite: MATH-060 or appropriate score on
     EVENING                                              1906   406   12:00PM-2:30PM     MTWTHF               math placement test and ENGL-093. (2 hours
     1890 450     6:00PM-8:40PM      MTTH                    Fees: $50.00.                                     weekly for 7 weeks). Note: Also listed as HEAL-
        Fees: $50.00.                                     EVENING                                              105.
                                                          1907 454     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH
                                                             Fees: $50.00.



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                                                                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         MATH-128          Concepts of Mathematics            1918 J413 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTWTH
DAY                                                                   II (4 credits)                     1919 J463 6:00PM-9:00PM        MTWTH
1876   401   12:30PM-2:00PM     TTH                                                                         Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
   Fees: $15.00.                                    This course is the second course in a se-
                                                                                                            10, 2011.
                                                    quence intended primarily for students in the
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                                                                              Fees: $50.00.
                                                    elementary and early childhood education pro-
DAY                                                 grams. Topics include probability, metric and
1913   403   12:15PM-1:45PM     TTH                 non-metric geometry, dimensional analysis,           MATH-141         College Algebra
   Fees: $15.00.                                    congruence and similarity, and coordinate and
                                                    transformational geometry. Special emphasis is
                                                                                                                          (3 credits)
EVENING
1914 453     6:30PM-8:00PM      TTH                 given throughout the course to problem-solving       In this course students will learn the language
   Fees: $15.00.                                    techniques including the appropriate use of cal-     of functions and be introduced to families of
                                                    culators and computers. Prerequisite: C or bet-      functions and their applications. Topics include
                                                    ter in MATH-070 or appropriate math                  linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic
MATH-122        Ideas in Mathematics                placement score. (4 hours weekly)                    functions. Other topics include solving systems
                (3 credits)                                                                              of linear equations using matrices, matrix alge-
                                                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       bra and linear programming. Emphasis will be
In this course students will develop the ability    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                placed on solving problems algebraically and
to reason with quantitative information, through    1916 J463 8:30AM-11:30AM        MTWTH                with the technological tools used in business
the study of the principles of reasoning, num-         Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug           and the social sciences. The use of a Graph-
ber sense, probability and statistical reasoning,      10, 2011.                                         ing Calculator (TI-84 recommended) and re-
logic and mathematical modeling. Students will         Fees: $50.00.                                     quired course software.
acquire the specific background and critical
                                                                                                             PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate math place-
thinking skills they need to understand the
                                                    MATH-138          Statistics (4 credits)                 ment score. (4 hours weekly)
major issues they will face in life, both on a
personal level and as citizens in a modern          In this course, students will develop the skills     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
democracy. There will be an emphasis upon           necessary to examine basic statistical terminol-     DAY
contemporary applications to various real-life      ogy, develop pictorial and analytical distribu-      4041   401   9:00AM-12:00PM    MTTHF
problems. This course is intended for students      tions and use statistical tables, a calculator and   4146   402   12:30PM-3:30PM    MTWTH
who do not plan to major in mathematics or          a computer to calculate measures of central lo-         Fees: $50.00.
the sciences.                                       cation and measures of variation. In addition,       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
    PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate score on           the student will study the normal distribution,      4008 J460 6:00PM-9:00PM        MTWTH
    math placement test.                            linear regression and correlation, sampling, hy-        Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                      pothesis testing, the chi square test and proba-        2011.
                                                    bility related to statistics. Classes will require      Fees: $50.00.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1915 J463 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH                the use of a statistical computational package       SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
   Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug          and use computer assisted instruction. If you
                                                                                                         DAY
   10, 2011.                                        do not have the equipment at your home/office
                                                                                                         1921   404   12:30PM-3:30PM    MTWTH
   Fees: $50.00.                                    you must plan to spend extra time on campus
                                                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                    in our computer labs. Prerequisite: MATH-070
                                                    or higher or appropriate score on the mathe-         EVENING
MATH-127        Concepts of Mathematics             matics placement exam.                               1922 453     6:00PM-9:00PM     MTWTH
                                                                                                            Fees: $50.00.
                I (4 credits)                       SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                                                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
This course is for students in the elementary       DAY                                                  4015 J413 12:15PM-3:15PM       MTWTH
education and early childhood education pro-        1878   401   9:00AM-12:00PM     MTWTH                   Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
grams. Students will study the structural aspects      Fees: $50.00.                                        10, 2011.
of mathematics and the ‘why’ of arithmetical        EVENING                                                 Fees: $50.00.
computations. Mental Arithmetic is a required       1879 450     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH
component of this course. Topics include sets,         Fees: $50.00.
functions, logic, numeration systems, algorithms
                                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
and their historical development, estimation,       1880 J411 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTWTH                                     KEY
mental computations, and elementary number             Laurel class runs from June 1 to July 1,           COURSE #
theory. Special emphasis is given throughout           2011.
the course to problem-solving techniques in-           Fees: $50.00.                                      CHEM-101 General Inorganic
cluding the approprate use of calculators and
computers. MATH-127 is not a mathematics            SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                 Chemistry I (4 credits)
core course. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH-     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 Emphasis on solving problems involving
070 or appropriate mathematics placement            1900 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM         MTTH                  mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
score. (4 hours weekly)                                Laurel class runs from June 13 to August            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                       8, 2011.                                           1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                                                               1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
                                                       Fees: $50.00.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1877 J460 6:00PM-9:00PM         MTWTH               SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                              SECTION     TIME        DAY(S)
                                                                                                                NUMBER
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,        DAY
   2011.                                            1917   403   1:00PM-4:00PM      MTWTH                 SYNONYM
   Fees: $50.00.                                       Fees: $50.00.                                      Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                          on student schedules.



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                                                          using first and second derivatives and limits to      SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
     MATH-143         Precalculus I (3 credits)           identify asymptotes, intervals of increase/de-
     In this course, students will further develop                                                             DAY
                                                          crease, maxima/minima, concavity, and points
                                                                                                               5089   404    9:00AM-11:15AM       MTWTHF
     their algebraic skills. The concept of a function    of inflection. The fundamental theorem of cal-
                                                                                                                   Section 404 meets July 12-Aug 8, 2011.
     as a tool to model the real world will play a        culus, implicit differentiation, differentials and
                                                                                                                   Fees: $50.00.
     central role. Polynomial, rational, exponential      summations of area will be used when appro-
     and logarithmic functions will be studied, along     priate. All sections require the use of a graph-     EVENING
     with techniques for solving equations and in-        ing calculator and the interactive computer          1927 453      6:00PM-9:00PM        MTTH
     equalities, complex numbers, operations on           program that comes with the text. Students can           Fees: $50.00.
     functions and inverse functions. A graphical ap-     not receive credit for both MATH-145 and             LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     proach will be utilized throughout, with an em-      MATH-181.                                            1928 J413 12:15PM-3:15PM           MTWTH
     phasis on solving application problems. All              PRQ: MATH-131 or MATH-141 or equiva-                 Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
     sections require the use of the interactive com-         lent. (3 hours weekly)                               10, 2011.
     puter program that comes with the text. This                                                                  Fees: $50.00.
                                                          SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     course replaces MATH-131. Graphing calculator
     (TI-84 recommended, TI-89 not permitted) and         DAY
     required course software.                            1881   401   9:00AM-11:30AM     MTTHF                MATH-181          Calculus I (4 credits)
         PRQ: MATH-070 or appropriate score on               Fees: $50.00.                                     Students will develop skills in the initial content of
         mathematics placement test. (3 hours week-       SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                       both differential and integral calculus including
         ly)                                              LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                finding limits of functions, exposure to the epsilon-
                                                          1901 J462 6:30PM-8:30PM         MWTH                 delta process and continuity, finding derivatives
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                             Laurel classes runs from June 13 to               and integrals of polynomial, rational, radical,
     DAY                                                                                                       trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential,
     4036   401   9:00AM-11:30AM     MTTHF
                                                             August 8, 2011.
                                                             Fees: $50.00.                                     and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, the
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                          chain rule, and integration by substitution. Appli-
     EVENING                                              SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       cations dealing with optimization, related rates,
     4037 450     5:30PM-8:00PM      MTWTH                DAY                                                  Newton's method, L'Hopital's rule, and motion
        Fees: $50.00.                                     1925   403   9:00AM-12:15PM     MTTH                 problems and properties of the graphs of functions
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                             Fees: $50.00.                                     are covered. Theorems include the mean-value
     4009 J411 8:45AM-12:00PM        MTTH                 LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                theorem for derivatives and integrals, the squeeze
     4010 J460 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH                 1926 J463 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH                 theorem and the fundamental theorems of calcu-
        Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,            Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug           lus. Implicit differentiation, differentials and sum-
        2011.                                                10, 2011.                                         mations of area will be used when appropriate. A
        Fees: $50.00.                                        Fees: $50.00.                                     graphing calculator is required. The use of a com-
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                                                            puter algebra system will be an integral part of the
                                                                                                               course. Credit will only be granted for one of the
     DAY                                                  MATH-153         Precalculus II (3 credits)          following: MATH-140, MATH-145 or MATH-181.
     5088   403   9:00AM-11:15AM     MTWTHF
                                                          This course is the second part of a two course            PRQ: MATH-153 or MATH-155 or appropri-
        Section 403 runs from June 11 to July 11,
                                                          sequence in precalculus. Students will develop            ate score on the mathematics placement
        2011.
                                                          skills in basic trigonometry and its applications,        test. A grade of C or higher in the Pre-
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                          with an emphasis on modeling with functions               calculus sequence is strongly recommend-
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       and other algebraic skills necessary for the              ed. (4 hours weekly)
     DAY                                                  study of calculus. Trigonometry will be defined      DAY
     4012   404   9:00AM-11:30AM     MTWTH                using the unit circle approach, with emphasis        1882   401    9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTHF
        Fees: $50.00.                                     on the geometry of the circle. Other topics in-          Fees: $50.00.
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                          clude classical right triangle trigonometry,
                                                                                                               EVENING
     1923 J413 12:15PM-3:00PM        MTWTH                trigonometric identities and equations, the laws
                                                                                                               1883 450      6:00PM-9:00PM        MTWTH
     1924 J463 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH                 of sines and cosines, graphs and properties of
                                                                                                                   Fees: $50.00.
        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug           the trigonometric functions and their inverses,
        10, 2011.                                         parametric equations, trigonometric form of           SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
        Fees: $50.00.                                     complex numbers, De Moivre's theorem, polar          EVENING
                                                          coordinates and sequences and series. A graph-       1902 J462     6:15PM-8:45PM        MTTH
                                                          ical approach will be utilized throughout, with          This section runs June 14 to August 6,
     MATH-145         Business Calculus                   an emphasis on solving application problems.             2010.
                      (3 credits)                         All sections require the use of the interactive          Fees: $50.00.
                                                          computer program that comes with the text.
     Students will develop skills in initial content of                                                         SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                          This course replaces MATH-133. Graphing cal-
     both differential and integral calculus, with an                                                          DAY
                                                          culator (TI-84 recommended, TI-89 not permit-
     emphasis on applications from business and                                                                1929   403    9:00AM-12:00PM       MTWTH
                                                          ted) and required course software.
     economics. Topics include finding the limits of                                                               Fees: $50.00.
                                                              PRQ: MATH-131 or MATH-143.
     functions, computing derivatives of polynomial,
     rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     functions using the chain rule and the basic dif-    DAY
     ferentiation rules, and substitution in finding      4035   401   9:00AM-11:30AM     MTTHF
     definite and indefinite integrals. Applications         Fees: $50.00.
     include dealing with optimization, related rates,
     marginal analysis, supply and demand, and
     area. Graphs of functions will be analyzed


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MATH-182         Calculus II (4 credits)              SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                      EVENING
                                                                                                           MICROSOFT
This course is the second in a three-part cal-
                                                      1886 450     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH
culus sequence. Applications include area
bounded by curves, volume by rotating and slic-
                                                         Fees: $50.00.                                     MSFT-273         Mng & Main MS Server
ing, arc length, work, and centers of mass. In-       SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                                        2003 Environment
tegration techniques taught include integration       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                                 (3 credits)
by parts, partial fractions, trigonometric substi-    1931 J413 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTWTH                This course provides students with the knowl-
tution, numerical integration, and improper in-          Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug           edge and skills that are required to manage ac-
tegrals. Students will be introduced to                  10, 2011.                                         counts and resources, maintain server
hyperbolic functions, elementary differential            Fees: $50.00.                                     resources, monitor server performance, and
equations, direction fields, and their applica-
                                                                                                           safeguard data in a Microsoft Windows Server
tions. The study of sequences and infinite se-
                                                      MATH-250          Linear Algebra (4 credits)         2003 environment.
ries will include tests for convergence of the
                                                                                                               PRQ: MSFT-299
various types of series, leading to power series      Students will develop skills in the basic con-
and Taylor series. tudents will also learn about      cepts of linear algebra. These skills will cover     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
parametric equations, polar coordinates and           areas such as vector spaces, linear equations        EVENING
their applications to calculus. A graphing cal-       and matrices, similar matrices, linear transfor-     2515 050     6:00PM-10:00PM     MW
culator is required. The use of a computer al-        mations, eigenvalues, function spaces, determi-         MSFT 273-050 meets 6/7/10-7/19/10
gebra system will be an integral part of the          nates, and quadratic forms and complex vector           Fees: $600.00.
course.                                               spaces. Various applications will be examined.
    PRQ: MATH-181 or equivalent. (4 hours             This course uses the graphing calculator and
    weekly)                                           MATLAB, a computer algebra system. If you do         MSFT-299         Fundamentals and
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           not have adequate computer capability at your                         Practice for Network+
                                                      home/office you must plan to spend extra time                         Certification (3 credits)
DAY
                                                      on campus in our open computer labs.
1884   401   9:00AM-11:30AM      MTWTHF                                                                    This course is designed to give students the
4006   450   6:00PM-9:00PM       MTWTH                    PRQ: MATH-181 or equivalent. (4 hours
                                                          weekly)                                          knowledge and experience to install and con-
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                           figure the TCP/IP client, and design, install, and
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                          configure computer networks.
EVENING                                               EVENING                                                  PRQ: CMSY-134, CMSY-142 and CMSY-143
1930 453     6:00PM-9:00PM       MTWTH                1887 450     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTWTH                    or CMSY-219
   Fees: $50.00.                                         Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                           SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                                                                           EVENING
MATH-220         Discrete Structures                  MATH-260          Differential Equations             2517 050     6:00PM-10:00PM     TTH
                                                                        (3 credits)                           MSFT-299-050 meets 6/8/10-7/15/10
                 (3 credits)                                                                                  Fees: $300.00.
In this course, students will develop skills in       This course consists of concepts generally en-
fundamental mathematical concepts related to          countered in a first course in differential equa-
computer science. The course will discuss ele-        tions including a comprehensive treatment of
ments of set theory, relations, functions, propo-     first order differential equations employing a va-
sitional logic, permutations, combinations,           riety of solution techniques. A study of higher
probability proof techniques, and elementary          order equations, largely second order, is in-
graph theory, selected applications will be in-       cluded with emphasis on linear equations pos-
cluded. Prerequisite: MATH-181 or equivalent.         sessing constant coefficients as well as variable
                                                      coefficients. Classical and contemporary appli-
SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                        cations are included throughout coming from
EVENING                                               diverse fields such as mechanics, electrical cir-
1885 450     6:00PM-9:00PM       MWTH                 cuits, economics. Computer uses with MATH-
   Fees: $50.00.                                      LAB software provide an integrated
                                                      environment for symbolic, graphic, and numer-
                                                      ic investigations of routine solutions of differ-                         KEY
MATH-240         Calculus III (4 credits)             ential equations and of modeling physical             COURSE #
This course includes vector calculus in both          phenomena. The course concludes with a dis-
two and three dimensional space along with            cussion of the Laplace transform and its appli-       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
the classical theorems of Green, Stokes, and          cation to linear equations with constant                       Chemistry I (4 credits)
Gauss. It will also include partial derivatives and   coefficients. A TI graphing calculator is highlyi
multiple integrals along with a number of ap-         recommended.                                          Emphasis on solving problems involving
propriate applications. A graphing calculator              PRQ: MATH-182 or equivalent, a grade of C        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
and MATLAB, a computer algebra system will                 or higher is recommended. (3 hours week-          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                                                                            1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
be an integral part of the course. Those not               ly)                                              1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
having this equipment at home/office should
                                                      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
plan to spend extra time in our open comput-                                                                    SECTION      TIME          DAY(S)
er lab.                                               EVENING                                                   NUMBER
    PRQ: MATH-182 or equivalent, a grade of C         1932 450     6:00PM-9:00PM      MTTH
                                                                                                            SYNONYM
    or higher is recommended.                            Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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     MUSIC                                                MUSC-111L Music Theory,                             NURSING
                                                                    Musicianship and
     MUSC-100         Fundamentals of Music                         Keyboard Skills II                        NURS-103         Transitions Into Nursing
                      (3 credits)                                   (0 credits)                                                II (6 credits)
     Primary concepts of note reading, rhythm,            MUSC-111L students must also register for a         A course for licensed practical nurses to apply
     scales, key signatures and intervals will be stud-   MUSC-111 lecture class.                             theory to care for patients with common health
     ied. This is an introduction to beginning con-       SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         problems. Selection of nursing actions is di-
     cepts of Music Theory.                                                                                   rected towards variations resulting from patient
                                                          DAY
                                                                                                              responses to stress.
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                          1187   701    9:00AM-10:50AM    MWF
                                                                                                                  PRQ: Admission into the LPN pathway.
     DAY
     1184   701   9:00AM-10:50AM     MWF                                                                      SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
        Fees: $50.00.
                                                          MUSC-113          Applied Music - Non-              " HYBRID
                                                                            Music Majors (1 credit)           1739   C301   10:00AM-2:00PM    M
                                                          Individual instruction for pre-college or person-                 8:00AM-3:30PM     TW
     MUSC-101         Music Appreciation                  al enrichment (one half-hour lesson per week).         A hybrid course is half online and half on
                      (3 credits)                                                                                campus. See page 26 for general
                                                          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                            information and requirements.
     An introduction to the basic concepts of music
                                                          PIANO                                                  In addition to class and lab time on
     through directed listening and discussion.           1188 701                                               campus, two shifts per week are
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                             Fees: $125.00.                                      scheduled at a clinical agency. The first
     DAY                                                  VOICE                                                  class will meet on campus on May 31,
     1167   701   9:30AM-12:00PM     TWTH                 1189 702                                               2011, at 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Students
        Fees: $30.00.                                        Fees: $125.00.                                      may use computers in the Nursing Study
                                                                                                                 Lab, campus computer lab, or their home
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                          GUITAR
                                                                                                                 computer with Internet access to complete
      ONLINE                                             1190 703
                                                                                                                 online course activities. See
     1185 N630                                               Fees: $125.00.
                                                                                                                 www.howardcc.edu/distance for technical
        An online course is delivered primarily           WOODWINDS                                              specifications for home computers.
        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.       1191 704
                                                                                                                 Fees: $95.00.
        See page 26 for general information and              Fees: $125.00.
        requirements.                                     BRASS
        Fees: $30.00.                                     1192 705                                            NURS-110         Survival Tactics (1 credit)
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                          Fees: $125.00.                                   To enhance students performance and success
     DAY                                                  STRINGS                                             in clinical nursing courses, this course will in-
     1219   701   9:30AM-12:20PM     TWTH                 1193 706                                            troduce students to study and test taking skills
        Fees: $30.00.                                        Fees: $125.00.                                   for the nursing curriculum. In addition there
                                                          PERCUSSION                                          will be instruction in stress and time manage-
                                                          1194 707                                            ment. Enrollment is limited to those students
     MUSC-111         Music Theory,                          Fees: $125.00.                                   accepted into NURS-122 and NURS-123.
                      Musicianship and                    CHAMBER                                             SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                      Keyboard Skills II                  1195 708                                            EVENING
                      (4 credits)                            Fees: $125.00.                                   1746 350      6:00PM-8:50PM     W

     Second in the four-semester Music Theory se-         JAZZ
                                                          1196 709
     quence required of music majors, this course
                                                             Fees: $125.00.                                   NURS-122         Foundations of Nursing
     continues the integrated approach introduced in
                                                          COMPOSITION
                                                                                                                               Practice (8 credits)
     Theory I. Selected topics include functional
     harmony, harmonic spacing and doubling,              1197 710                                            The student will develop and attain attitudes,
     chord connection, cadences, modulating, sev-            Fees: $125.00.                                   knowledge and skills, both interpersonal and
     enth chords, melody and bass writing. The                                                                psychomotor, which are necessary to assist the
     practice of rhythmic, harmonic and melodic                                                               patient in meeting health care needs. The cur-
     reading and dictation will be continued, along                                                           riculum framework and influence of the stress-
     with sight singing and keyboard skills.                                                                  adaptation process on basic needs and nursing
         PRQ: MUSC-110, Corequisite: MUSC-111L                                                                care is emphasized. The student will select gen-
                                                                                                              eral nursing actions and develop competencies
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                                                              to meet patient needs required to deliver safe,
     DAY                                                                                                      technical nursing care to patients in long-term
     1186   701   11:00AM-1:20PM     MWF                                                                      and acute care settings.
        Fees: $50.00.                                                                                             NOTE: Students are required to provide
                                                                                                                  their own transportation to and from the
                                                                                                                  varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule
                                                                                                                  listed is a representation of one of the pos-
                                                                                                                  sible scheduling options. Students must also
                                                                                                                  be available for a clinical schedule that may



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   include, but is not limited to extended           EVENING                                               better grade point average and
   hours, alternate days and/or weekends.            1741 351      4:30PM-9:30PM    TH                     demonstration of pre-employment skills.
   PRQ: Formal admission into the ADN Pro-                         3:00PM-11:30PM   MT                     Fees: $25.00.
   gram or PN Certificate option. Specific ad-          Mandatory on-campus clinical for both day
   mission criteria exist for the accelerated           and evening students; Monday, June 6,
   program.                                             2011, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday, June       NURS-230         Trends in Nursing
   PRQ: Pre-requisites for ADN Nursing Pro-             13, 2011, 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m., Monday,                         (1 credit)
   gram: BIOL-107, BIOL-203, CHEM 103,                  June 20, 2011, 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. and
                                                        Mandatory Program Assessment Monday,            This course provides the nursing student with
   MATH-122, 138 or higher, Pre- or Co-requi-                                                           an overview of the current trends and issues
   site: BIOL-204, HMDV-200. Pre-requisites for         July 25, 2011.
                                                        Fees: $95.00.                                   occurring today in nursing and health care in-
   PN Certificate option: BIOL-107, BIOL-203;                                                           cluding health care financing and economics,
   MATH-105; Pre- or Co-requisite: BIOL-204,                                                            the health care delivery system, legal and ethi-
   HMDV-200.                                         NURS-170           Nursing Work Experience         cal issues, health policy and politics. Students
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                             (3 credits)                     will develop competencies required to adminis-
DAY                                                                                                     ter safe, technical nursing care to patients with
                                                     Supervised work experience which relates di-       an emphasis on resources, culture, manage-
4698   X321   9:30AM-2:50PM     MW
              7:00AM-3:30PM     THF                  rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students    ment of care, trends, communication, clinical
   Fees: $200.00.                                    must receive prior approval to register for this   judgment, and professional behavior. Students
                                                     work experience course. Call the Career Center     will be challenged to examine how these issues
                                                     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.         and other current events shape nursing prac-
NURS-140         Advanced Concepts in                    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or       tice.
                 Practical Nursing                       better grade point and demonstration of            PRQ: NURS-135, NURS-134.
                                                         pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                 (5 credits)                             to be coordinated through the Career Cen-      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
This course will prepare the practical nursing           ter (Room RCF 302).                            " HYBRID
student to provide care for individuals of all                                                          1736   C301   12:00PM-2:50PM    W
                                                     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                           A hybrid course is half online and half on
ages experiencing more complex health care
problems resulting from the major responses to       " HYBRID                                              campus. See page 26 for general
                                                     1742   C350   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                      information and requirements.
stress. The student will explore the role of the
                                                        A hybrid course is half online and half on         Mandatory meeting dates are: June 1,
practical nurse in health care and utilize the
                                                        campus. See page 26 for general                    2011, June 8, 2011, June 15, 2011, June
steps of the nursing process to provide safe
                                                        information and requirements.                      22, 2011 and June 29, 2011.
nursing care to a small group of patients. Ex-
                                                        A work experience at an offsite facility        1735   C350   5:00PM-7:50PM     W
perience in managing the care provided by aux-
                                                        which relates directly to the student’s            Mandatory meeting dates are: June 1,
iliary nursing personnel will be integrated into
                                                        curricular area. The student will work with        2011, June 8, 2011, June 15, 2011, June
clinical assignments.
                                                        an on campus mentor who will assist the            22, 2011 and June 29, 2011.
     NOTE: Students are required to provide
                                                        student with establishing work experience
     their own transportation to and from the
                                                        goals. Students will be required to
     varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule
                                                        participate in a seminar and submit written
     listed is a representation of one of the pos-
                                                        reports on his/her progress. Prior approval
     sible scheduling options. Students must also
                                                        is required for this course. Call the Career
     be available for a clinical schedule that may
                                                        Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an
     include, but is not limited to extended
                                                        appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students
     hours, alternate days and/or weekends.
                                                        may still register after the semester begins.
     PRQ: NURS-134, NURS-135, PSYC-101,
                                                        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
     ENGL-121 and all requirements for certifi-
                                                        better grade point average and
     cate completion.
                                                        demonstration of pre-employment skills.
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             Fees: $25.00.
DAY                                                  SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
1740   350    4:30PM-9:30PM     TH
              7:00AM-3:30PM     MT                   " HYBRID
              -                                      1745   C350   6:00PM-7:20PM    W                                        KEY
   Mandatory on-campus clinical for both day            A hybrid course is half online and half on
                                                                                                         COURSE #
   and evening students; Monday, June 6,                campus. See page 26 for general
   2011, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday, June            information and requirements.
                                                        A work experience at an offsite facility         CHEM-101 General Inorganic
   13, 2011, 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m., Monday,
   June 20, 2011, 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. and             which relates directly to the student’s                   Chemistry I (4 credits)
   Mandatory Program Assessment Monday,                 curricular area. The student will work with      Emphasis on solving problems involving
   July 25, 2011.                                       an on campus mentor who will assist the          mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                        student with establishing work experience         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                        goals. Students will be required to              1526 501     9:00AM-9:52AM    MWF
                                                        participate in a seminar and submit written      1455 504     9:30AM-10:50AM   TTH
                                                        reports on his/her progress. Prior approval
                                                        is required for this course. Call the Career           SECTION    TIME         DAY(S)
                                                                                                               NUMBER
                                                        Center (443)518-1340 to schedule an
                                                        appointment with Sheri Hawes. Students           SYNONYM
                                                        may still register after the semester begins.    Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                        PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or         on student schedules.



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     NURS-233         Nursing Care of Patients            SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                          SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                      With Complex Health                 ACCELERATED NURSING                                  Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                          1743 X324 9:30AM-2:50PM         MW                   3417   001   -
                      Problems II (4 credits)                        7:00AM-3:30PM        THF                     An open entry course allows shorter
     Building on theoretical knowledge and clinical          Fees: $100.00.                                       completion times, flexibility of start dates,
     competencies from NURS-133 and NURS-134,                                                                     and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
     the student will gain greater proficiency in car-                                                            general information and requirements.
     ing for patients experiencing complex health
     problems. The nursing process and other cur-
                                                          NUTRITION                                               The student must come to campus
                                                                                                                  periodically to take tests that have
     ricular structures will help the help students ex-                                                           deadlines for completion. A comparable
     amine responses to stress and nursing care to        NUTR-211          Nutrition (3 credits)                 calculator is required to do coursework at
     meet the patient’s needs. Students will develop                                                              home. This course requires 40-50 hours to
                                                          This course will provide students with a gener-
     competencies required to administer safe, tech-                                                              complete.
                                                          al understanding of nutrition and health. The
     nical nursing care to patients with an emphasis                                                              Monday 8 to 12
                                                          functions and importance of fats, carbohy-
     on caring, culture, management of care, inter-                                                               Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
                                                          drates, proteins, vitamins and minerals, and the
     personal relationships, pathophysiology, teach-                                                              Wednesday 8 to 12
                                                          relationship between nutrition and exercise in
     ing and learning, professional behavior, and                                                                 Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
                                                          weight management are included.
     clinical judgment.                                                                                           Fees: $10.00.
                                                              Also listed as HEED-211.
         NOTE: Students are required to provide
         their own transportation to and from the         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
         varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule     DAY
                                                                                                               OFFI-102         Editing Skills (3 credits)
         listed is a representation of one of the pos-    1780   301    9:00AM-11:50AM    TTHF                 After successful completion of this course, the
         sible scheduling options. Students must also        Fees: $10.00.                                     student will improve his or her proofreading
         be available for a clinical schedule that may     ONLINE                                             and spelling skills and develop a business vo-
         include, but is not limited to extended          1782   N630                                          cabulary. This will include learning proofread-
         hours, alternate days and/or weekends.           1783   N631                                          ing techniques and capitalization, grammar,
         NOTE: Additional time is required in the            An online course is delivered primarily           punctuation, spelling, and word usage princi-
         Nursing Skills Lab for practice and evalua-         over the Internet, via a dedicated website.       ples. An intensive study of spelling rules is in-
         tion of clinical skills. On campus time is          See page 26 for general information and           cluded. This course does not take the place of
         also required in the Nursing Study Lab for          requirements.                                     an English course; it is a review (brush-up) of
         computer and audio-visual simulations.              Fees: $30.00.                                     previously acquired skills. This course may be
         PRQ: NURS-133, NURS-134, PSYC-101. PRQ                                                                completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
         or CO-REQ: ENGL-122 or ENGL-102, and             1781 M351 5:30PM-9:50PM         MW                   started at any time during the fall, winter, and
         SOCI-101.                                           Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,         spring semsters. All of the work for this course
                                                             2011.                                             (except tests) may be done outside of class.
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                                                                                   PRQ: OFFI-177
                                                             Fees: $10.00.
     DAY
     5975   301   9:30AM-2:30PM      T                    SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                  7:00AM-3:00PM      SSU
                                                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                          1858 M301 12:15PM-2:30PM        MTWTH                3418   001   -
                                                             Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug              An open entry course allows shorter
     NURS-236         Advanced Concepts in                                                                        completion times, flexibility of start dates,
                                                             10, 2011.
                      Nursing (4 credits)                    Fees: $10.00.                                        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
     At the completion of this course, students will                                                              general information and requirements.
     have developed competencies required to ad-                                                                  The student must come to campus
                                                                                                                  periodically to take written tests that have
     minister safe, technical nursing care to patients
     with an emphasis on resources, culture, man-
                                                          OFFICE TECHNOLOGY                                       deadlines for completion. This course
     agement of care, trends, communication,                                                                      requires 120-150 hours to complete.
     pathophysiology, professional behavior, and                                                                  Monday 8 to 12
                                                          OFFI-100          Office Machines (1 credit)            Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
     clinical judgment. Students will demonstrate
                                                          After successful completion of this course, the         Wednesday 8 to 12
     their ability to competently care for a small
                                                          student will be able to use a business calculator       Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
     group of patients and will have the opportunity
                                                          with proficiency. The student will be able to add,
     to develop leadership skills within the health-
                                                          subtract, multiply, divide, use whole numbers and
     care environment through theoretical study and                                                            OFFI-104         Data Entry (1 credit)
                                                          fractions, do accumulative and constant multipli-
     clinical application of knowledge.
                                                          cation and division, percentages, complements        After successful completion of this course, the
         NOTE: Students are required to provide
                                                          and chain discounts, gross and net profit, mark      student will be able to input data in real-world
         their own transportation to and from the
                                                          up, proration and interest problems. Emphasis is     applications while building alphanumeric key-
         varied clinical sites. The clinical schedule
                                                          placed on the ability to take basic machine op-      boarding speed and accuracy. All of the work
         listed is a representation of one of the pos-
                                                          erations and apply them to practical business        (except tests) may be done outside of class if
         sible scheduling options. Students must also
                                                          math problems. This course may be completed          student has compatible software. The student
         be available for a clinical schedule that may
                                                          in fewer than 14 weeks and may be started at         should have a minimum typing speed of 30
         include, but is not limited to extended
                                                          any time during the school year.                     words a minute before starting this course.
         hours, alternate days and/or weekends.
         PRQ: NURS-233 and NURS-234. PRQ or CO-
         REQ: NURS-230.




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SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                             a seminar and submit written reports on            Monday 8 to 12
                                                        his/her progress.                                  Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
 OPEN ENTRY                                         3465   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM       W                   Wednesday 8 to 12
3419 001  -
                                                        The student will work with an on campus            Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
   An open entry course allows shorter                  mentor who will assist the student with            Fees: $20.00.
   completion times, flexibility of start dates,        establishing work experience goals.
   and drop-in hours. See page 26 for                   Students will be required to participate in
   general information and requirements.                a seminar and submit written reports on         OFFI-279         Keyboarding (1 credit)
   The student must come to campus                      his/her progress.                               After successful completion of this course, the
   periodically to take written and computer            Fees: $25.00.                                   student will be able to touch type and use cor-
   tests that have deadlines for completion.
                                                     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                     rect keyboard technique. Speed and accuracy
   This course requires 40-50 hours to
                                                                                                        development are stressed. This course may be
   complete.                                         " HYBRID
                                                                                                        completed in fewer than 14 weeks and may be
   Monday 8 to 12                                    3519   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM       W
                                                                                                        started at any time during the school year. All
   Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                  A hybrid course is half online and half on
                                                                                                        work for this course (except graded speed and
   Wednesday 8 to 12                                    campus. See page 26 for general
                                                                                                        accuracy tests) may be done outside of class.
   Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm                 information and requirements.
   Fees: $20.00.                                        The student will work with an on campus         SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                        mentor who will assist the student with         Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                        establishing work experience goals.             3421   001   -
OFFI-177         Grammar for Your Job                   Students will be required to participate in        An open entry course allows shorter
                 (2 credits)                            a seminar and submit written reports on            completion times, flexibility of start dates,
After successful completion of this course, the         his/her progress.                                  and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
                                                     3520   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM       W                   general information and requirements.
student will be able to use the principles of
                                                        The student will work with an on campus            The student must come to campus
English grammar in both spoken and written
                                                        mentor who will assist the student with            periodically to take graded speed and
communications.
                                                        establishing work experience goals.                accuracy tests and supervised timed
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             Students will be required to participate in        writings. Keyboarding software must be
EVENING                                                 a seminar and submit written reports on            purchased in order to do coursework at
3463 050      6:30PM-9:40PM     T                       his/her progress.                                  home. This course requires 40-50 hours to
   Fees include the textbook. This class                Fees: $25.00.                                      complete.
   meets for 8 weeks from 5/31/11 to                                                                       Monday 8 to 12
   7/19/11. All tests are taken in the Test                                                                Tuesday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
   Center outside of class hours. The final          OFFI-270              Medical Transcription           Wednesday 8 to 12
   exam will be given during class on                                      Techniques (3 credits)          Thursday 8 to 12; Night: 5:30-8:30pm
   7/19/11.                                          After successful completion of this course, the       Fees: $20.00.
   Fees: $95.00.                                     student will be able to apply the fundamentals
                                                     of medical transcription including document
OFFI-201         Office Technology Work              formats and grammar and punctuation rules
                                                     when transcribing letters, chart notes, emer-
                 Experience (3-4 credits)            gency room notes, history and physical exams,
Supervised work experience which relates di-         and operative and specialty reports. This course
rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students      may be completed in fewer than 14 weeks and
must receive prior approval to register for this     may be started at any time during the fall, win-
work experience course. Call the Career Center       ter, and spring semesters. All of the work for
(443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.           this course (except tests) may be done outside
    PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for            of class.
    three credits should select Section C050.            PRQ: CMSY-102 and OFFI-290
    Those registering for four credits should se-    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
    lect Section C051. Students may still regis-
    ter after the semester begins.                   Â OPEN ENTRY
                                                     3420   001    -                                                        KEY
    PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or
                                                        An open entry course allows shorter
    better grade point and demonstration of                                                              COURSE #
                                                        completion times, flexibility of start dates,
    pre-employment skills. Student placement is
                                                        and drop-in hours. See page 26 for
    to be coordinated through the Career Cen-
                                                        general information and requirements.            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
    ter (Room RCF-302).
                                                        The student must attend class to use the                  Chemistry I (4 credits)
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                             transcription tapes; however, editing of the     Emphasis on solving problems involving
" HYBRID                                                transcribed material can be done at home.        mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
3464   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                       The student must also come to campus              PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   A hybrid course is half online and half on           periodically to take written and computer        1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
   campus. See page 26 for general                      tests that have deadlines for completion.        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
   information and requirements.                        This course requires 120-150 hours to
                                                        complete.                                              SECTION   TIME          DAY(S)
   The student will work with an on campus                                                                     NUMBER
   mentor who will assist the student with
   establishing work experience goals.                                                                   SYNONYM
   Students will be required to participate in                                                           Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                         on student schedules.



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     PHILOSOPHY                                         scape painting as expressive of Taoist philoso-
                                                        phy and an examination of the wisdom texts          PHYS-103        Fundamentals of Physics
                                                        Tao Te Ching and Chuang-tzu.                                        I (4 credits)
     PHIL-101        Introduction to                       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.             Includes a study of measurement, vector con-
                                                        SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         cepts, mechanics, fluids, periodic motion, heat
                     Philosophy (3 credits)                                                                 concepts and thermodynamics for science ma-
                                                        EVENING
     An introduction to world philosophy which be-                                                          jors and pre-professional students.
                                                        4708 750     6:30PM-9:45PM      T
     gins with the western tradition and includes                                                               PRQ: Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH-133,
                                                           This course meets for four Tuesdays-6/7,
     Asian and African philosophies as well as the                                                              MATH 153 or equivalent.
                                                           6/14, 6/21 & 6/28.
     voices of women philosophers and the peoples
                                                           Fees: $10.00.                                    SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
     of the Americas. Focus is on major theories of
     reality (metaphysics), knowledge (epistemolo-                                                          EVENING
     gy), value (axiology), and logic.                  PHIL-111         Introduction to Japanese           2490 550     6:30PM-9:50PM     MTTH
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                                                                            6:30PM-9:50PM     MTTH
                                                                         Zen Buddhism (1 credit)               Students should report to the lecture
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                        An interdisciplinary introduction to Japanese          classroom on the first day of classes.
     EVENING                                            Zen Buddhism, using the methods and cate-              Fees: $43.00.
     1168 M750 8:45AM-12:00PM       MTTH                gories of philosophy but including the historical
        Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,       and cultural milieu of Japan, Zen painting,
        2011.                                           haiku, and sand gardens, and ancient, me-
                                                                                                            PHYS-107        Physical Science
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                        dieval, and modern Zen wisdom texts from                            (4 credits)
      ONLINE                                           around the world.                                   PHYS-107 is a course designed for the Ele-
     1199   W630 6:00PM-8:00PM      F                       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.            mentary Education A.A.T. students and the
        An online course is delivered primarily         SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                      non-science major. It is a general survey of the
        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.                                                         contributions of physics and chemistry to man’s
                                                        EVENING
        See page 26 for general information and         4715 750     5:00PM-7:50PM      W                   understanding basic physical science concepts
        requirements.                                      Fees: $10.00.                                    and will expose the student to the basic sci-
        This online course incorporates the video                                                           entific vocabulary. In laboratory, students will
        and print materials of a professionally                                                             develop skill with equipment, laboratory tech-
        produced telecourse. Course videos are                                                              niques and procedures, plus lab investigative
        cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and            PHYSICS                                             skills to solve physics and chemistry-related
        videostreamed from the HCC library                                                                  problems. The lab emphasis is on the applica-
        homepage to individual student computers.                                                           tion of basic physical science principles in
        This course has required on-campus
                                                        PHYS-101         Technical Physical                 studying and solving problems plus the opera-
        sessions on Fri, June 3, 24, July 8 and                          Science (4 credits)                tion of basic equipment. Basic math skills will
        22, RM. HVPA 200A. TV lessons begin             This Technical Physics course is designed for       be needed to illustrate some of these princi-
        airing before the first class meeting. Call     technology majors such as BMET, Cardiovascu-        ples.
        410-772-4440 for schedule.                      lar, Computer Support, Electronics, and                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
        Fees: $45.00.                                   Telecommunications Technology. It consists of       SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                     basic scientific math and an integrated se-         EVENING
                                                        quence of physical and chemical principles.         2492 550     5:45PM-8:15PM     MT
     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
     1220 M750 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH
                                                        This course will enable the student to become                    5:45PM-10:00PM    TH
        Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug         aware of and to evaluate situations in contem-         Fees: $43.00.
        10, 2011.                                       porary physical science which include basic
                                                        chemical and physical principles with applica-

     PHIL-103        Introduction to Ethics
                                                        tions to the human body and science meas-
                                                        urement and statistical analysis techniques.        POLITICAL SCIENCE
                     (3 credits)                        Special emphasis is placed upon learning
                                                        physics principles and solving mathematical         POLI-101        American Federal
     A course designed to familiarize the student       problems in density/specific gravity, gas laws,
     with the most important ethical theories of        solutions, pressure, work and energy, fluids,                       Government (3 credits)
     Western philosophy. Students will discuss and      basic electricity, waves, sound, and magnetism.     This is an introductory course in American gov-
     evaluate various contemporary moral issues, as     The laboratory program will allow the student       ernment which covers the principles of consti-
     well as a moral ethical stance.                    to develop an understanding of the fundamen-        tutional government, policies, and current
         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.           tal principles of the above mentioned areas, in-    political issues.
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                        cluding problem solving, and their application          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
     EVENING
                                                        to physical phenomenon observed.
                                                                                                            SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
     1200 750    7:00PM-9:45PM      TTH                     PRQ: Prerequisite: MATH-061
                                                                                                            DAY
                                                        SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                         1784   901   9:30AM-12:20PM    MTTH
     PHIL-110        Introduction to Chinese            EVENING                                                Fees: $10.00.
                                                        2489 550     5:00PM-10:00PM     MW
                     Taoism (1 credit)                               5:00PM-10:00PM     MW
     An interdisciplinary introduction to Chinese          Students should report to lecture
     Taoism, using the methods and categories of           classroom on the first day of classes.
     philosophy but including the historical and cul-      Fees: $43.00.
     tural milieu of China, traditional Chinese land-


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PSYCHOLOGY                                       SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                  ONLINE
                                                                                                  RADIOLOGIC
                                                 1810   W630 -                                    TECHNOLOGY
PSYC-101         General Psychology                 An online course is delivered primarily
                 (3 credits)                        over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                    See page 26 for general information and
                                                                                                  RADT-101         Introduction to
An introductory course focusing on how psy-         requirements.                                                  Procedures (4 credits)
chologists conduct research on human behav-         This online course incorporates the video     Students will explore introductory aspects relat-
ior and the results.                                and print materials of a professionally       ed to the science of radiologic technology. This
    PRE: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.            produced telecourse. Course videos are        course is an overview of the history of x-ray,
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and          career opportunities, medical and legal ethics
DAY                                                 videostreamed from the HCC library            associated with the practice of radiologic tech-
1785   901    9:30AM-12:20PM   MTTH                 homepage to individual student computers.     nology, death and dying, patient care manage-
   Fees: $15.00.                                    This course has a required on-campus          ment, and basic radiation protection.
                                                    orientation on Saturday, , between 9:00           PRQ: Eligibility for ENGL 121; MATH 131,
EVENING
1786 950      7:00PM-9:50PM    MWTH                 AM and 1:00 PM, exact time and room               133, 135, 140 or higher; BIOL 101, BIOL
   Fees: $15.00.                                    TBA.                                              203, and 204.
                                                    Fees: $45.00.
 ONLINE                                                                                          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
1789 W630                                        SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                   DAY
   An online course is delivered primarily        ONLINE                                         1811   301   8:00AM-3:45PM      MTWTH
   over the Internet, via a dedicated website.   1831 W631                                           Fees: $50.00.
   See page 26 for general information and          An online course is delivered primarily
   requirements.                                    over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
   This online course incorporates the video        See page 26 for general information and       RADT-212         Clinical Radiography III
   and print materials of a professionally          requirements.                                                  (6 credits)
   produced telecourse. Course videos are           This online course incorporates the video
                                                                                                  Under supervision, students will use energized
   cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and             and print materials of a professionally
                                                                                                  equipment in the on-campus laboratory and
   videostreamed from the HCC library               produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                                                                  clinical laboratory centers to develop compe-
   homepage to individual student computers.        cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
                                                                                                  tency in positioning, producing and processing
   For students in the local area, there will       videostreamed from the HCC library
                                                                                                  radiographic images and studies to include
   be a mandatory orientation on-campus,            homepage to individual student computers.
                                                                                                  mammography, myelography, sialography,
   Wednesday, June 1, 2011, 7-8PM, Room             Fees: $45.00.
                                                 1832   W990
                                                                                                  arthography, and other special procedures. The
   TBA.
                                                    Fees: $45.00.                                 clinical focus will be on anatomy, special tech-
1790   W631
                                                                                                  niques, positioning, equipment, and image eval-
   This online course incorporates the video     SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                   uation technique and quality assurance.
   and print materials of a professionally
                                                 DAY                                                  PRQ: RADT 121; RADT 122, RADT 123.
   produced telecourse. Course videos are
                                                 1860   901    9:30AM-12:20PM   MTTH
   cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and                                                           SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
                                                    Fees: $15.00.
   videostreamed from the HCC library                                                             DAY
   homepage to individual student computers.     EVENING                                          1812   301   8:00AM-4:00PM      MTWTHF
   For students in the local area, there will    4171 950      7:00PM-9:50PM    TWTH                 Fees: $100.00.
   be an on-campus orientation, Friday, June        Fees: $15.00.
   3, 2011, 4-5PM, Room TBA.                     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1791   W632                                      1861 J902 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH
   Fees: $30.00.                                 1862 M953 6:00PM-9:00PM        MTTH
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                               Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
1787 M902 8:45AM-12:00PM       MTTH                 10, 2011.
1788 M950 6:00PM-9:15PM        MTTH
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
   2011.
   Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                                       KEY
                                                                                                   COURSE #

                                                                                                   CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                                                                            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
                                                                                                         SECTION     TIME        DAY(S)
                                                                                                         NUMBER
                                                                                                   SYNONYM
                                                                                                   Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                   on student schedules.



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     RETAILING                                           RETL-202          Retailing Work                    SOCIOLOGY
                                                                           Experience II (3-4 credits)
     RETL-201         Retailing Work                     Supervised work experience which relates di-        SOCI-101         Introduction to Sociology
                                                         rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students
                      Experience I (3-4 credits)         must receive prior approval to register for this
                                                                                                                              (3 credits)
     Supervised work experience which relates di-        work experience course. Call the Career Center      A study of concepts including culture, social-
     rectly to a student’s curricular area. Students     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.          ization, deviance, social change and stratifica-
     must receive prior approval to register for this        PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for           tion will be applied to social problems and
     work experience course. Call the Career Center          three credits should select Section C050.       everyday living.
     (443-518-1340) to schedule an appointment.              Those registering for four credits should se-       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
         PLEASE NOTE: Students registering for               lect Section C051. Students may still regis-    SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
         three credits should select Section C050.           ter after the semester begins.
         Those registering for four credits should se-                                                       DAY
                                                             PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or        1792   901    9:30AM-12:20PM   TWTH
         lect Section C051. Students may still regis-        better grade point and demonstration of         1793   902    9:30AM-12:20PM   TWTH
         ter after the semester begins.                      pre-employment skills. Student placement is     4166   903    -
         PRQ: Minimum of 12 credits with a 2.0 or            to be coordinated through the Career Cen-          This section is for students going on the
         better grade point and demonstration of             ter (Room RCF-302).                                Turkey study-abroad trip.
         pre-employment skills. Student placement is                                                            Fees: $15.00.
         to be coordinated through the Career Cen-       SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
         ter (Room RCF-302).                             " HYBRID                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                         3468   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   1794 J903 8:45AM-12:00PM       MTTH
     SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                            A hybrid course is half online and half on       1795 J950 6:30PM-9:30PM        MWTH
     " HYBRID                                               campus. See page 26 for general                     Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,
     3466   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      information and requirements.                       2011.
        A hybrid course is half online and half on          The student will work with an on campus             Fees: $15.00.
        campus. See page 26 for general                     mentor who will assist the student with          SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
        information and requirements.                       establishing work experience goals.              TELECOURSE
        The student will work with an on campus             Students will be required to participate in      1813 T630 7:00PM-9:00PM        F
        mentor who will assist the student with             a seminar and submit written reports on             TELECOURSE (Exploring Society) - Air
        establishing work experience goals.                 his/her progress.                                   dates distributed at MANDATORY
        Students will be required to participate in      3469   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      ORIENTATION FRI, JUNE 2. Additional
        a seminar and submit written reports on             The student will work with an on campus             classes Fri, June 16, 24; July 7, 21.
        his/her progress.                                   mentor who will assist the student with             Fees: $45.00.
     3467   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      establishing work experience goals.
        The student will work with an on campus             Students will be required to participate in      SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
        mentor who will assist the student with             a seminar and submit written reports on           ONLINE
        establishing work experience goals.                 his/her progress.                                1833   W990
        Students will be required to participate in         Fees: $25.00.                                    1834   W991
        a seminar and submit written reports on                                                                 An online course is delivered primarily
        his/her progress.                                SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                         over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
        Fees: $25.00.                                    " HYBRID                                               See page 26 for general information and
                                                         3523   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      requirements.
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                         A hybrid course is half online and half on          This online course incorporates the video
     " HYBRID                                               campus. See page 26 for general                     and print materials of a professionally
     3521   C050   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      information and requirements.                       produced telecourse. Course videos are
        A hybrid course is half online and half on          The student will work with an on campus             cablecast over HCC-TV Channel 96 and
        campus. See page 26 for general                     mentor who will assist the student with             videostreamed from the HCC library
        information and requirements.                       establishing work experience goals.                 homepage to individual student computers.
        The student will work with an on campus             Students will be required to participate in         Fees: $45.00.
        mentor who will assist the student with             a seminar and submit written reports on
        establishing work experience goals.                 his/her progress.                                SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
        Students will be required to participate in      3524   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                   DAY
        a seminar and submit written reports on             The student will work with an on campus          1863   901    9:30AM-12:20PM   TWTH
        his/her progress.                                   mentor who will assist the student with          1864   902    9:30AM-12:20PM   TWTH
     3522   C051   6:00PM-7:20PM     W                      establishing work experience goals.                 Fees: $15.00.
        The student will work with an on campus             Students will be required to participate in      EVENING
        mentor who will assist the student with             a seminar and submit written reports on          1865 950      7:00PM-9:50PM    MTTH
        establishing work experience goals.                 his/her progress.                                   Fees: $15.00.
        Students will be required to participate in         Fees: $25.00.                                    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
        a seminar and submit written reports on
                                                                                                             1866 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH
        his/her progress.                                                                                    1867 M952 5:30PM-9:50PM        MW
        Fees: $25.00.                                                                                           Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug
                                                                                                                10, 2011.




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SPANISH                                                SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08
                                                      FAST TRACK
                                                                                                         SABR-910         Turkey - Culture Study
                                                      1223 F645 6:00PM-9:15PM        F
                                                                                                                          Abroad (1 credit)
SPAN-101         Elementary Spanish I                            9:00AM-3:00PM       S                   As a part of a collaboration between, Delaware
                                                                 12:00PM-4:15PM      SU                  Tech.C.C., Northampton C.C., and Davidson
                 (4 credits)                              FAST TRACK! Earn 3 credits in 3                C.C, Howard Community College offers a sum-
In this introductory course, students learn to lis-       weekends. Class meets July 8-10, 15-17,        mer study abroad program in Turkey. During
ten, speak, write and read at a basic level.              22-24.                                         the two week program students will be im-
They also learn about the diverse cultures of                                                            mersed in the social and cultural aspects of this
                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
the Spanish-speaking world.                           1224 M704 9:00AM-12:00PM       MWTH                fascinating country.The program is co-spon-
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                           1225 M753 5:30PM-9:50PM        TTH                 sored by Istanbul and Ankara University. (May
                                                          Laurel sections run from July 11 to Aug        26- June 9, 2011)
TELECOURSE
3470 T630 6:00PM-9:00PM          TH                       10, 2011.                                      SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
   TELECOURSE (Destinos) Air dates                                                                       4569   101   -
   distributed at MANDATORY ORIENTATION               SPCH-110           Interpersonal                      This course runs from May 26 through
   THURSDAY, JUNE 2. Additional classes                                                                     June 9, 2011. Students must co-register for
   Thursday, June 16, July 7 and 21.                                     Communication                      SOCI-101-903.
   Fees: $45.00.                                                         (3 credits)                        Fees: $3,000.00.
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                        This course examines factors such as culture,
                                                      perception and self-concept in verbal and non-
DAY
                                                      verbal language.
                                                                                                         SABR-915         France-Art Studio Study
3525   101   9:30AM-12:00PM      TWTH
   Fees: $25.00.                                         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                             Abroad Program
                                                       SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                                        (1 credit)
SPAN-201         Intermediate Spanish I               HOWARD COUNTY POLICE ACADEMY                       Howard Community College is pleased to offer
                                                      1172 B760 12:00PM-3:00PM   S                       a Study Abroad program in Provence, France,
                 (4 credits)                              AR Code CB - $5.00 - Fixed                     with the opportunity to earn college credit while
Students in this second year course will use the                                                         living and creating art that reflects the land-
                                                       SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
skills needed to listen, speak, write and read in                                                        scape in self-catering apartments in the beauti-
Spanish in the context of a series of commu-          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                              ful Luberon Mountains of Provence. (May 13-28,
nicative activities. They will expand their knowl-    5838 M751 6:00PM-10:30PM       F                   2011)
                                                                 8:30AM-5:45PM       S
edge of the peoples of the Spanish-speaking                                                              SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01
                                                          Meets June 10-11, 24-25, and July 1-2,
world and will, through the use of multimedia
                                                          2011.                                          4570   101
technology, create a personalized project re-
                                                       SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                       This course runs from May 13 through 28,
flective of individual interests in Spanish.
                                                                                                            2011. Students must co-register for ARTT-
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26                           DAY                                                   254-702.
                                                      4716   701   9:00AM-11:50AM    TWTH
DAY                                                                                                         Fees: $1,800.00.
                                                          Fees: $5.00.
5430   101   9:30AM-12:00PM      TWTH
   Fees: $25.00.                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                      1226 M750 6:00PM-10:30PM       F
                                                                 8:30AM-5:45PM       S
                                                          Runs July 8-9, 15-16, 29-30, 2011.
SPEECH                                                    Fees: $5.00.

SPCH-105         Fundamentals of Public
                 Speaking (3 credits)                 STUDY ABROAD
The focus of this course is speaking skills for
various situations with emphasis on one-to-           SABR-903           China - Culture Study
group presentations. Effective communication in                          Abroad (1 credit)
content, physical and vocal delivery as well as
                                                                                                                              KEY
language use are stressed.                            Howard Community College and Central Acad-          COURSE #
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.              emy of Fine Art (CAFA) in Chaoyang District
                                                      Beijing, China, offer a summer study program        CHEM-101 General Inorganic
SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           for learning Chinese culture, arts, history and
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 language. Participants will spend ten days in                Chemistry I (4 credits)
1170 M702 9:00AM-12:00PM         MWTH                 Beijing and for an additional seven days they       Emphasis on solving problems involving
1171 M750 5:30PM-9:50PM          MW                   will travel to major Chinese cities such as         mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,          Shanghai and Xi’an. Students have the oppor-         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   2011.                                              tunity to earn three HCC credits for Fine Arts      1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
                                                      102. (May 25-June 15, 2011)SESSION 1: May 31        1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
DAY                                                   - July 01                                                 SECTION    TIME         DAY(S)
                                                      4568   101                                                NUMBER
1201   701   9:00AM-11:20AM      TTH
                                                          This course runs from May 25 through
SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                                                            SYNONYM
                                                          June 15, 2011. Students must co-register
EVENING                                                   for FINE-102-701.                               Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                          on student schedules.
1206 750     7:30PM-9:40PM       MW                       Fees: $3,650.00.


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     SABR-917         Ireland-S.H. Study Abroad            SABR-921         Denmark-Culture Study              WOMEN’S STUDIES
                      Program (1 credit)                                    Abroad Program
     Howard Community College in Columbia, Mary-                            (1 credit)                         WMST-150         Women’s Health
     land and Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT)
     in Athlone, Ireland are pleased to offer a sum-
                                                           Howard Community College offers a summer                             (3 credits)
                                                           study program to two major cities in Denmark.
     mer study abroad program specially designed                                                               This course will introduce students to a variety
                                                           Participants will study the basics of the art and
     for all HCC students that are part scholars and                                                           of women’s health issues as well as the barri-
                                                           culture of Denmark. Students will prepare for
     honors programs. Participants will study for one                                                          ers faced by women striving to achieve a
                                                           the program in the month proceding departure,
     week at HCC. On the second week, students                                                                 healthful lifestyle. Students will examine topics
                                                           including taking part in a Danish film festival.
     will travel to Ireland where they will spend two                                                          including: female sexual health and reproduc-
                                                           Students will spend one week in Odense, the
     weeks at Athlone Institute of Technology. The                                                             tion, exercise and eating behaviors, substance
                                                           birthplace of writer Hans Christian Andersen,
     course will cover the culture and history of Ire-                                                         abuse, mental health and stress, and violence
                                                           and one week in the capital city of Copen-
     land from ancient times to the present and will                                                           against women. This course is designed to sup-
                                                           hagen. The course will involves divers excur-
     involve numerous excursions to important his-                                                             port students in their personal exploration of at-
                                                           sions to important cultural sites. Students have
     torical sites. (May 31-June 18, 2011)                                                                     titudes, knowledge and values related to
                                                           the opportunity to earn three HCC credits for
                                                                                                               women’s health and to assist them as they an-
     SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                           Fine Arts 101. (July 10-27, 2011)
                                                                                                               alyze their personal health behaviors.
     4586   101                                            SESSION 4: July 05 - August 08                          Also listed as HEED-150.
        This course runs from May 31-June 18,,             4580   101
        2011. Students must co-register for HIST-                                                              SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08
                                                              This course runs from July 10-27, 2011.
        215.                                                  Students will be co-registered for Fine-101-      ONLINE
        Fees: $3,100.00.                                                                                       1207   N790
                                                              701.
                                                              Fees: $3,250.00.                                    An online course is delivered primarily
                                                                                                                  over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
     SABR-918         France-Archaeology                                                                          See page 26 for general information and
                      Study Abroad Program                                                                        requirements.
                      (1 credit)
                                                           THEATRE                                                Fees: $30.00.

     HCC and The University of Durham, UK are
     uniting to provide a unique opportunity for stu-      THET-101         Introduction to Acting             WMST-228         Women in European
     dents to undertake training in archaeological                          (3 credits)                                         History: 1750-Present
     excavation and artifact interpretation at a site of
     international significance, located in Burgundy,
                                                           An introduction to the actor’s art through exer-                     (3 credits)
                                                           cises, improvisations and scripted work de-         This course analyzes women’s changing eco-
     France. When on-site you will be working eight        signed to boost self confidence in oral and         nomic, family, and political roles from the eigh-
     hour days. Students taking the program for col-       physical communication skills as well as foster     teenth to the twentieth century. Topics include
     lege credit will earn three credits for ANTH-902      imaginative responses to the creative theatre       the effects of industrialization on women’s work
     “Global Issues in Archaeology” (HCC Social            process.                                            and status, the demographic revolution, and
     Science elective).
                                                           SESSION 1: May 31 - July 01                         women’s political activities in market riots, rev-
     SESSION 3: June 13 - August 08                                                                            olutions, and campaigns for women’s rights.
     4579   101                                            DAY
                                                           1173   701   1:00PM-4:00PM      TWTH                    Also listed as HIST-228.
        This course runs from June 29 through                                                                      PRQ: ENGL-121
                                                              Fees: $20.00.
        July 16, 2011. Students must co-register for
        ANTH-902 or GEOG-902.                                                                                  SESSION 2: May 31 - July 26
        Fees: $2,500.00.                                                                                        ONLINE
                                                                                                               1203   N790
                                                                                                                  An online course is delivered primarily
                                                                                                                  over the Internet, via a dedicated website.
                                                                                                                  See page 26 for general information and
                                                                                                                  requirements.




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       Laurel College Center (LCC) can help you get ahead in life with seven colleges
        offering 14 degrees and hundreds of noncredit, continuing education courses!
       LCC features convenient day, evening and weekend classes, small class size,




                                                                                           Laurel College Center
                              and friendly, personal attention.

                                  Work on your degree!
         Earn associate's degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Early
         Childhood Education, Elementary Education/Special Education, or General
           Studies right in downtown Laurel through the founding partners Howard
                Community College and Prince George's Community College.
           As a Maryland Regional Higher Education Center, you also can earn a
          bachelor's or post-graduate degree at the LCC through partnerships with
               College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Morgan State University,
                  Towson University, University of Maryland College Park,
                       and University of Maryland University College.

                             Sharpen those job skills!
         Noncredit classes can give you the edge in cold calling, supervisory skills,
               accounting, home office tips, word processing, spread sheets,
            presentations, Web design, anger management, foreign languages,
                     and dozens of other topics. Classes are ongoing.

                             Take the first step today!
            Check out the following pages of this publication for the schedule
              of all HCC's credit courses offered at the LCC this summer.
       Visit www.laurelcollegecenter.org for information on all the courses and programs
       to help you get ahead - credit or noncredit, day and night, weekdays and weekend.




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                        The Laurel College Center (LCC) is one of eight
                        Regional Higher Education Centers officially           Important Dates for Summer 2011
                        designated by the State of Mar yland. The LCC's        Register for classes: April 13 through
Laurel College Center




                        founding partners are Prince George's                     first day of class for each session
                        Community College and Howard Community                 Summer 1 Session: June 1 - July 1
                        College. Our four-year partners are the College of     Summer 2 Session: June 1 - July 26
                        Notre Dame of Mar yland, Towson University, the        Summer 3 Session: June 13 - August 8
                        University of Mar yland University College,            Independence Day (college closed): July 4
                                                                               Summer 4 Session: July 11 - August 10
                        Morgan State University and the University of
                        Mar yland College Park.                                Note: Some classes have starting and ending times
                                                                               that vary from the summer session dates above. See
                                                                               the class schedule for dates of specific classes.
                        Located in downtown Laurel near the Laurel
                        Shopping Center and Laurel Center Mall, the LCC
                        seeks to make higher education accessible to         Getting Started-Admissions Procedures
                        anyone over the age of 16 who lives or works in
                        the Laurel area, especially those whose home         New students should complete an application for
                        residence is in either Prince George's County or     admission to HCC and submit it to the LCC or to
                        Howard County. However, anyone can take class-       the college's main campus. A $25 application fee
                        es at the LCC, whether you have never taken a        must be submitted with the application. You may
                        college class before, already have a college         obtain an application from the Web site, www.
                        degree, want to pursue a degree program or just      howardcc.edu, from the LCC or from the HCC
                        take a course or two for fun, regardless of where    campus. You may also call 1-866-228-6110 to have
                        you live.                                            one mailed to you.

                        You can take individual courses, or earn associ-     Advisors come to the LCC and can meet with you
                        ate's degrees in Business Administration, Criminal   to discuss your interests, provide career informa-
                        Justice, Early Childhood Education, Elementary       tion and assist you with course planning and
                        Education/Special Education, or General Studies      selection. They can also tell you about other ser-
                        through the founding community colleges. You         vices such as placement testing, financial aid and
                        can also earn a bachelor's or post-graduate degree   support for students with disabilities. See page 22
                        at the LCC through the higher education partners.    for a list of ser vices and contact information.

                        The following pages list the HCC credit classes               Thursday, July 14, 2011
                        offered at the LCC in summer 2011. Ongoing work-
                        force development and noncredit continuing edu-           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        cation programs are published in a separate
                        schedule. Visit www.laurelcollegecenter.org                            OPEN HOUSE
                                                                                   Drop in anytime between 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
                        for information on all the courses and programs
                        to help you get ahead!                                               312 Marshall Avenue


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                                                            Office hours
You may register in person at the LCC or on the             8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday - Wednesday
HCC campus. Returning students may also be eli-             8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday and Friday
gible to register by telephone, 443-518-4310, or            Walk-in counseling hours
through HCC Express, the college's online regis-            10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday
tration system. See "Step 4: Register for Classes"          5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Monday - Wednesday
in this publication.
                                                          Parking
Registration for spring continues through first day
of classes. Students are encouraged to register           During the day, you must park in the yellow-lined
early, since courses are filled on a first-come, first-   spaces at the Laurel Shopping Center. Take the
ser ved basis.                                            walkway between Books-A-Million and Sprint to




                                                                                                                 Laurel College Center
                                                          the LCC building. After 5 p.m. and on Saturdays,
Tuition/Fees                                              you may park in the lots adjacent to Marshall
                                                          Avenue. Parking passes are not needed. Parking is
Tuition is calculated according to the number of
                                                          free.
credits taken. The charge for tuition differs
according to your county/state of residence. See          Room Locations
pages 14 for tables that will help calculate the cost
of credit courses.                                        Classroom assignments will be posted in Suite 205
                                                          and at the elevator on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors
The schedule for payment of tuition appears on            of the LCC.
page 16 in this publication. Students may be
dropped from their classes if the bill is not paid        Placement Testing
by the due date shown.
                                                          For credit degree programs, a placement test is
Financial Aid                                             usually required to determine each first-time stu-
                                                          dent's math, reading and writing proficiency level
You may apply for all forms of financial aid to
                                                          as a part of the course selection and registration
support your credit coursework at the LCC. Due to
                                                          process. Transfer students with prior math and
the complexity of determining eligibility for finan-
                                                          English courses may not need to take the place-
cial aid, you are advised to work through the
                                                          ment tests. You should meet with an advisor to
Financial Aid Office on the HCC campus.
                                                          determine if a placement test is needed. You can
However, general information on processing pro-
                                                          schedule a placement test by calling 443-518-1280
cedures and deadlines for financial aid are avail-
                                                          or 1-866-228-6110 (toll free). The tests are not
able at the LCC main office.
                                                          available at the LCC on a walk-in basis.
Students enrolling at the LCC may also participate in     Services Available Only at the HCC Campus
the college's deferred payment program, FACTS,
which allows you to spread your tuition payments          Some ser vices, such as transcript evaluation, grad-
over several months. Contact the financial aid office,    uation audit and selective admissions (i.e., allied
or visit the LCC main office, for more information.       health programs and international students) may
                                                          require consultation with staff at the home cam-
HCC FINANCIAL AID SERVICES                                pus. You may also contact HCC staff about course
  Room RCF222                                             information and advising questions through e-mail
  10901 Little Patuxent Parkway                           at laurelinfo@howardcc.edu
  Columbia, Maryland 21044
  Phone: 443-518-1260
  Fax: 443-518-4576
  Web site: www.howardcc.edu/financialaid/
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                        Students with a documented disability who need        The Laurel College Center does not have an on-site
                        special accommodation should identify them-           college bookstore. You may purchase your books
                        selves to the LCC site administrator and the HCC      directly from the HCC main campus bookstore for all
                        disability support ser vices office. Students must    classes offered at LCC. At your request, textbooks
                        provide acceptable documentation, register and        from the bookstore can be delivered directly to the
                        submit a paid bill receipt one month or more          Laurel College Center for easy pick up.
                        before the start of classes. Additional information
                        can be obtained by calling HCC Academic               Howard Community College Bookstore
                        Support Ser vices at 443-518-1300.                    Phone: 443-518-1400
                                                                              Visit the bookstore or order online
                        Security                                              www.howardcc.edu (go to Student Ser vices, click on
Laurel College Center




                                                                              'Bookstore'); Visa, MasterCard and HCC financial aid
                        Security staff are present at the LCC and routinely   awards accepted.
                        patrol the site. Students who need assistance
                        should contact the main administrative office
                        (Room 205).

                        Campus Information

                          HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                          10901 Little Patuxent Parkway
                          Columbia, MD 21044                                         Earn a bachelor's degree
                          Web site: www.howardcc.edu                                   in Teacher Education
                          Main Switchboard: 443-518-1000
                          Telephone Registration: 443-518-4310
                                                                                at LCC through an innovative part-
                                                                                time, evening program provided by
                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 College of Notre Dame of Maryland:
                          312 Marshall Avenue, Suite 205
                          Laurel, MD 20707                                      Liberal Studies/Elementary Education
                          Toll free: 1-866-228-6110                                       with an option for
                          Direct: 443-518-4162                                      Early Childhood Certification
                          Fax: 443-518-4161                                     and Special Education Endorsements
                          TTY users call via MDRelay 7-1-1
                          www.laurelcollegecenter.org                               Contact Fran Kroll at 443-518-4854
                                                                                        or fkroll@howardcc.edu.
                        LCC Administrative Office (Room 205) Hours of
                        Operation:
                          Monday through Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
                          Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
                          Saturday: 8:30 a.m. - end of scheduled classes
                          Sunday: Closed




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ACCOUNTING                                             SESSION 4:
                                                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                           BIOL-203        Anatomy and Physiology
                                                       2493 J501 11:00AM-1:15PM        MTWTH
                                                                                                                           I (4 credits)
ACCT-111         Principles of Accounting I                       8:30AM-10:45AM       MTWTH               Topics include histology, integumentary, skele-
                                                          Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,            tal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, and
                 (3 credits)                                                                               special senses. For nursing students and those
                                                          2011.
Introduction to the recording, summarizing and            Fees: $43.00.                                    desiring two semesters of A&P only.
analyzing of business transactions including the
preparation and interpretation of financial state-                                                            PRQ: BIOL-101 or BIOL-107
ments.                                                 BIOL-107          Fundamentals of
                                                                                                           SESSION 1:
SESSION 1:                                                               Microbiology (4 credits)
                                                                                                           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  This one semester course is designed mainly         2463 M501 10:00AM-12:00PM       MTWTH




                                                                                                                                                               Laurel College Center
3352 M050 6:00PM-9:30PM          MWTH                  for dental hygiene, nursing, and paramedic stu-                12:30PM-2:30PM       MTWTH
   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.          dents. This course will investigate the charac-        Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
   Fees: $25.00.                                       teristics of living things from the molecular to       Fees: $43.00.
                                                       the cellular level for both prokaryotic and eu-
                                                       karyotic cells. The study of microbiology will
ACCT-112         Principles of Accounting              enable the student to understand the biology of     BIOL-204        Anatomy and Physiology
                 II (3 credits)                        bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses in terms of                   II (4 credits)
A continuation of ACCT-111 which includes ac-          the transmission of disease.                        Continuation of BIOL-203 and includes the cir-
counting for corporations and managerial ac-               PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086                       culatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and re-
counting issues.                                       SESSION 2:                                          productive systems.
   PRQ: ACCT-111                                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                   PRQ: BIOL-203
SESSION 4:                                             2475 J550 6:00PM-9:50PM         MWTH                SESSION 1:
                                                                  6:00PM-9:50PM        MW
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
3528 M050 6:00PM-9:30PM          MWTH
                                                          Laurel Summer M2 classes run June 1 to
                                                                                                           2464 M501 12:30PM-2:30PM        MTWTH
   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,                  July 27, 2011                                               10:00AM-12:00PM      MTWTH
   2011.                                                  Fees: $43.00.                                       Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
   Fees: $25.00.                                       SESSION 4:                                             Fees: $43.00.
                                                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                               SESSION 2:
                                                       2494 J501 8:30AM-10:45AM        MTWTH
BIOLOGY                                                           11:00AM-1:15PM       MTWTH
                                                          Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                                                                                                           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                           2482 M550 6:00PM-8:20PM
                                                                                                                      6:00PM-8:20PM
                                                                                                                                           TTH
                                                                                                                                           MW
                                                          2011.                                               Laurel Summer M2 classes run June 1 to
BIOL-101         General Biology I                        Fees: $43.00.                                       July 27, 2011
                 (4 credits)                                                                                  Fees: $43.00.
Following successful completion of Biology 101,        BIOL-200          Microbiology (4 credits)          SESSION 4:
the student will be able to describe the char-         Study of bacteria, algae, fungi, protozoa and       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
acteristics of living things at all levels of organ-   viruses in terms of morphology, classification,     2497 M501 10:00AM-12:00PM       MTWTH
ization?from the atomic through the molecular,         reproduction, metabolism, genetics, population                 12:30PM-2:30PM       MTWTH
cellular, and organismal levels. The study of          growth and environmental effects on growth          2498 M502 12:30PM-2:30PM        MTWTH
human genetics, development, and anatomy               and disease.                                                   2:45PM-4:45PM        MTWTH
and physiology will enable the student to relate           PRQ: BIOL-101 and 4 credits of chemistry.          Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
the chemical activities of the cell to the overall                                                            2011.
function of man.                                       SESSION 1:                                             Fees: $43.00.
    PRQ: ENGL-096 or ENGL-086                          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                       2458 M501 11:00AM-12:15PM       MTWTHF
SESSION 1:                                                        8:30AM-10:50AM       MTWTHF
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                     Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.                            KEY
2455 J501 8:30AM-10:50AM         MTWTH                    Fees: $43.00.
           11:00AM-1:20PM        MTWTH                                                                      COURSE #
   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.          SESSION 2:
   Fees: $43.00.                                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                       2476 M550 6:00PM-7:50PM         MW
SESSION 2:                                                        6:00PM-8:25PM        TTHF                          Chemistry I (4 credits)
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                     Laurel Summer M2 classes run June 1 to            Emphasis on solving problems involving
2470 J550 6:00PM-9:50PM          MTTH                     July 27, 2011                                     mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
           6:00PM-9:50PM         TTH                      Fees: $43.00.                                      PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
   Laurel Summer M2 classes run June 1 to                                                                   1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM     MWF
   July 27, 2011                                                                                            1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM    TTH
   Fees: $43.00.
                                                                                                                SECTION      TIME         DAY(S)
                                                                                                                NUMBER
                                                                                                            SYNONYM
                                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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                        BUSINESS                                                COMPUTER SYSTEMS                                   ECONOMICS
                        BMGT-100          Introduction to Business              CMSY-110         Software Applications for         ECON-101         Principles of Economics
                                          & Organization (3 credits)                             Micros (3 credits)                                 (Macro) (3 credits)
                        In this course, students will explore all of the pri-   After successful completion of this course, the    This course introduces students to important
                        mary disciplines in business on an introductory         student will be able to use word processing,       economic issues which affect an entire econo-
                        level: economics, human resource management,            spreadsheet, database, and presentation graph-     my. Students will more comfortably read and
                        finance options, managerial accounting principles       ic software. This course is designed for the be-   understand books, newspapers, and magazines
                        and marketing strategies. Students will examine         ginning student and does not include advanced      with economic content. Topics include De-
                        challenges present in the current business envi-        concepts. Keyboarding skills are strongly rec-     mand and Supply Theory; Gross Domestic
                        ronment and consider them with an eye toward            ommended.                                          Product Determination; inflation; unemploy-
Laurel College Center




                        ethics, social responsibility and effective manage-         All sections use Microsoft Word, Excel, Ac-    ment; the role of the government and public
                        ment strategies in a global economy. The course             cess, and PowerPoint.                          choice; fiscal and monetary policy and interna-
                        is kept current by students’ exposure to guest                                                             tional economics.
                                                                                SESSION 1:
                        speakers and case analyses. Some written and                                                                   PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                        oral reports will be required from these activities.    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                3372 J001 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH                SESSION 1:
                        This course is ideal both for students who wish
                                                                                3373 M050 6:00PM-9:00PM        MWTH                LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        to pursue a career in business and those who
                                                                                   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.      1751 M903 9:00AM-12:00PM         MWTH
                        wish to gain a better understanding of the busi-
                                                                                   Fees: $35.00.                                   1752 M950 6:30PM-9:30PM          MWTH
                        ness world in which they live.
                                                                                                                                      Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                                                                                SESSION 4:
                         SESSION 1:                                                                                                   Fees: $10.00.
                                                                                LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                   3539 J003 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH                SESSION 4:
                        3355 M050 6:00PM-9:00PM           MWTH
                                                                                   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                            Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                                                                                   2011.                                           1837 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM         MWTH
                                                                                   Fees: $50.00.                                   1838 M953 6:30PM-9:30PM          MWTH
                        BMGT 205          Principles of International                                                                 Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                                                                                                                                      2011.
                                          Business (3 Credits)
                        This course is designed to infuse international         CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                      Fees: $10.00.

                        cultural awareness and expand that awareness
                        to multiple international business cultures that
                        are active in the current global marketplace.
                                                                                CRIM-101         Introduction to Criminal          EDUCATION
                        The course will focus on knowledge and skills                            Justice (3 credits)
                        pertaining to a wide variety of business opera-         This course will provide an introduction to the    EDUC-290         Special Education
                        tions needed for success in today's internation-        history and philosophical development of crim-
                        al arena.                                               inal justice and law enforcement. The student                       General Methods Birth —
                            PRQ: BMGT-100                                       also will examine the requirements and oppor-                       12th Grade (3 credits)
                                                                                tunities in this field of study.                   Students will understand and use a variety of
                         SESSION 1:
                                                                                SESSION 1:                                         organizational, teaching, and classroom man-
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        5569 ___   4:00PM-7:15PM          MTTH                                                                     agement strategies. The course will focus on ef-
                                                                                LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                            Laurel classes run from June 1 to July 1,           1749 J950 6:00PM-9:15PM        MTTH                fective practices in different settings with all
                            2011                                                   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.      disability groups, as well as collaboration with
                                                                                                                                   other involved professionals and parents. This
                                                                                                                                   course meets the Maryland State Department of
                        BMGT-240          Human Resource                        CRIM-103         Juvenile Delinquency              Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-
                                          Management (3 credits)                                 (3 credits)                       struction requirement for an initial certificate in
                                                                                                                                   Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-
                        This course focuses on the practical and theoreti-      This course will provide an introduction to the    mentary/Middle School, and Secondary/Adult.
                        cal concepts relating to the management of people       field of juvenile crime, and the history of its
                        and concentrates on the human element in busi-          treatment. Special attention will be given to      SESSION 1:
                        nesses today. Students will learn aspects of staffing   trends in youth crime, developments in juvenile    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        (hiring process), performance appraisals, supervi-      law and evolving correctional practices.           1756 M950 5:00PM-9:40PM          TTH
                        sion, and analyses of key legislation affecting the                                                           Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                                                                                SESSION 4:                                            Fees: $5.00.
                        management of personnel. Students will deal with
                        six highly interdependent areas: Human Resource         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                1836 J950 6:00PM-9:00PM        MTTH
                        Development, Employee Relations/Motivation, Legal
                        Compliance, Compensation and Benefits, Safety              Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                        and Health, and Employee Labor Relations.                  2011.
                             PRQ: BMGT-100
                         SESSION 4:
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        3533 M050 6:00PM-9:00PM           MWTH
                            Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                            2011.


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EDUC-291         Special Education                    EDUC-294          Special Education                  ENGL-121         College Composition
                 Methods Birth-8th Grade                                Assessment Part II Birth-                           Writing (3 credits)
                 (3 credits)                                            12th Grade (3 credits)             ENGL-121 guides students through the expository
Students develop knowledge and skills in plan-        This course is designed to provide knowledge         writing process through close reading of contem-
ning lessons for diverse learners, and teaching       and skills in assessment, administration, inter-     porary critical discourse and teaches the rhetori-
oral language, writing, reading, mathematics,         pretation, programming and alignment of test         cal arts of argument and persuasion through
and content area material to students with spe-       data with teaching standards. Trends in infor-       critical thinking, reading and research. Students
cial needs in both early childhood and ele-           mal assessment, observation techniques, family       will develop an understanding of themselves as
mentary settings. In addition, students will          assessment, vocational assessment, work sam-         readers and writers of world cultures who partici-
explore special topics including inclusion, tran-     ple analysis, task analysis, portfolios and          pate with others in responsible public discourse
sitioning, and social skills development. This        teacher made tests will be explored. This            and have moral and ehtical responsibilities in that
                                                                                                           discourse; students will also examine the relation-




                                                                                                                                                                 Laurel College Center
course meets the Maryland State Department of         course meets the Maryland State Department of
Education Curriculum and Methodology of In-           Education Assessment, Diagnosis, and Prescrip-       ship among writer, audience, and purpose, and
struction requirement for an initial certificate in   tive Techniques requirement for an initial cer-      practice writing prose through a recursive process.
Generic Special Education Infant/Primary, Ele-        tificate in Generic Special Education                Students completing this course should be able to
mentary/Middle School.                                Infant/Primary, Generic Special Education Ele-       write persuasive, researched and documented es-
                                                      mentary/                                             says (of at least 1,000 words) demonstrating the
SESSION 4:                                                                                                 conventions of standard written English and man-
                                                      Middle School, and Generic Special Education
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                 Secondary/Adult.                                     uscript presentation.
1841 M950 5:00PM-9:40PM          TTH                                                                            PRQ: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL-121 is
   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,              SESSION 4:                                                based on English placement test scores or
   2011.                                              LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                     the successful completion of required de-
   Fees: $5.00.                                       1843 J901 1:00PM-5:30PM         MTWTHF                    velopmental English course work.
                                                         This Laurel section begins July 18 and
                                                         ends on July 29, 2011.                            SESSION 1:
EDUC-293         Special Education                       Fees: $5.00.                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                 Assessment Part I Birth-                                                                  3399 M101 9:40AM-12:00PM         MTWTH
                                                                                                           3400 M150 6:30PM-9:30PM          MWTH
                 12th Grade (3 credits)                                                                       Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
This course provides students with the knowl-         ENGLISH                                                 Fees: $30.00.
edge and skills for selecting, administering, in-
terpreting, diagnosing, reporting, using
                                                      ENGL-096          Fundamentals of
assessment data, monitoring and evaluating the
instructional program. Legal perspectives, tech-                        Academic Reading                   FINANCIAL PLANNING
nical aspects of assessment tools, accommoda-                           (3 credits)
tions, computer as a tool for assessment, and
                                                      In ENGL 096, students will develop proficiency in    FNPL-101         Personal Financial
nondiscriminatory testing will be examined.
This course meets the Maryland State Depart-          comprehending and interpreting a variety of col-                      Planning Principles
ment of Education Assessment, Diagnosis, and          lege level reading materials. The course emphasis                     (3 Credits)
Prescriptive Techniques requirement for an ini-       is academic reading as a holistic, dynamic, inter-
                                                      active process. Students will develop an under-      This course presents an overview of the finan-
tial certificate in Generic Special Education In-                                                          cial planning process: insurance and investment
fant/Primary, Elementary/Middle School, and           standing of this process by practicing and
                                                      mastering various reading strategies. The course     decisions, income tax, retirement and estate
Secondary/Adult.                                                                                           planning.
                                                      will include two hours of classroom instruction
SESSION 4:                                            and two hours of reading lab.                        SESSION 1:
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                     PRQ: Appropriate score on English place-         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1842 J901 1:00PM-6:00PM          MTWTHF                   ment test or successful completion of            5567 M001 12:15PM-3:30PM         MTTH
   This Laurel section begins on July 5 and               ENGL-093; CO-REQ: FYEX-100                          Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011
   ends on July 15, 2011.
                                                      SESSION 1:
   Fees: $5.00.
                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                      3391 M150 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH
                                                                                                                                 KEY
                                                         Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.         COURSE #
                                                         Fees: $50.00.
                                                                                                            CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                      SESSION 4:
                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                                     Chemistry I (4 credits)
                                                      3557 M151 6:00PM-9:00PM         MTTH                  Emphasis on solving problems involving
                                                         Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,              mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
                                                         2011.                                               PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                         Fees: $50.00.                                      1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
                                                                                                            1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
                                                                                                                SECTION      TIME           DAY(S)
                                                                                                                NUMBER
                                                                                                            SYNONYM
                                                                                                            Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                            on student schedules.



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                        FIRST YEAR                                             SESSION 2:                                          the field will be reviewed with an emphasis on
                                                                                                                                   application of individual case histories and per-
                        EXPERIENCE                                             LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                               1805 M360 6:00PM-10:30PM        F
                                                                                                                                   sonal experiences. This course meets the Mary-
                                                                                                                                   land State Department of Education Child
                                                                                          8:30AM-5:45PM        S
                                                                                  This section meets June 3-4, 17-18 and           Development requirement for an initial certifi-
                        FYEX-100         First Year Experience                    July 1-2, 2011.                                  cate in Early Childhood Education, Elementary
                                         (2 credits)                                                                               Education, and Secondary Education.
                                                                                                                                       NOTE: For a prerequisite waiver call Divi-
                        First Year Experience 100 engages students in                                                                  sion Chair, 443-518-4019.
                        a highly interactive, critical thinking experience
                        and in a meta-cognitive pursuit to understand
                                                                               HISTORY                                                 PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                        themselves as intentional learners and as civic                                                             SESSION 1:
                        and global citizens. Through self-assessment,          HIST-111         American History to 1877           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
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                        reading, writing, and reflection, students devel-                       (3 credits)                        1776 J901 8:45AM-12:00PM           MTTH
                        op habits of mind necessary to engage in aca-                                                                  Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                        demic inquiry, creative and critical thinking,         A survey of American history through 1877.
                        and scholarly discourse with integrity and civil-         PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                        ity; develop their ability to articulate their long-
                        term goals as related to their own beliefs and
                                                                               SESSION 1:
                                                                               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                                                   MATHEMATICS
                        values; and strengthen their capacity to appre-        1768 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTTH
                        ciate diversity and effective intercultural and in-       Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.       MATH-060          Basic Mathematics
                        terpersonal communication.                                Fees: $15.00.                                                      (2 credits)
                        SESSION 1:                                                                                                 Students will improve Arithmetic skills and ap-
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  HIST-123         Western Civilization and           plication solving skills. Areas of study include
                        3415 M150 6:00PM-9:15PM          MTTH                                                                      addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
                           Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.                           the Modern World
                                                                                                                                   of whole numbers, decimals, fracations and in-
                           Fees: $25.00.                                                        (3 credits)                        tegers; factoriong numbers into primes; conver-
                                                                               The student will be able to describe the histo-     sions between decimals, fractions and percents;
                                                                               ry and development of Western Civilization and      ratio and proportion; place value and least
                        HEALTH EDUCATION                                       its impact on the world from 1815 to the pres-
                                                                               ent. The student will identify and analyze the
                                                                                                                                   common multiples. Calculators are encouraged
                                                                                                                                   and taught. Lessons are taght using computer
                                                                               political, economic and intellectual movements      assisted instruction. Extra computer time is nec-
                        HEED-113         Drug Use and Abuse                    that influenced the Western European mind.          essary. Prerequisite: ENGL-093 and appropirate
                                         (3 credits)                           The student will examine the character of the       score on mathematics placement test. (2 hours
                                                                               evolving modern nation state system through         weekly)
                        This course will examine drug related issues,          the wars of unification, overseas expansion,
                        including legal aspects and abuse of drugs.                                                                 SESSION 3:
                                                                               and the competitive national rivalries. The stu-
                        Upon completion of this course the student will        dent will evaluate the underlying factors influ-    LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        be able to identify the physiological, psycho-         encing the events that shaped the modern
                                                                                                                                   1893 J412 9:00AM-10:45AM           TF
                        logical, social and cultural implications of drug                                                          1894 J462 6:30PM-7:50PM            MWTH
                                                                               world, including two World Wars and the Cold            Laurel classes run June 13 to Aug 8,
                        abuse.                                                 War. The student will examine how the post-             2011.
                        SESSION 4:                                             1945 conditions affected the attitudes and              Fees: $50.00.
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  makeup of the former colonial world.
                        1848 J302 9:00AM-12:00PM         MTTH                       PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121
                           Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,               SESSION 4:                                          MATH-061          Basic Algebra and
                           2011.                                                                                                                     Geometry (4 credits)
                                                                               LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                               1856 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM        MWTH                Students will be working with integers, simplifying
                        HEED-125         Ethics in Professional                   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,            numeric expressions with exponents, combining
                                                                                  2011.                                            similar terms, multiplying polynomials, evaluating
                                         Practice (3 credits)                     Fees: $15.00.                                    algebraic expressions, using commutative, associa-
                        This course will examine ethics in today’s                                                                 tive and distributive properties, solving first degree
                        evolving healthcare environment. This course                                                               equations, solving and graphing lines, investigative
                        will look at privacy and the ethical dilemmas
                        that result from current laws, social and cultur-      HUMAN                                               slope and the x- and y- intercepts. They will also
                                                                                                                                   become familiar with elementary topics in geom-
                        al implications. A practitioner’s approach to
                        ethics has a direct impact on the quality of pa-
                                                                               DEVELOPMENT                                         etry. Lessons are taught using computer assisted
                                                                                                                                   instruction. Extra computer time is necessary. Pre-
                        tient care and the liability of the organization                                                           requisite: MATH-060 or appropriate math place-
                        for which they work. Healthcare practitioners,         HMDV-200         Life Span Development              ment score and ENGL-093. (4 hours weekly)
                        i.e. substance abuse counselors, psychiatric                            (3 credits)
                        aides, gerontologists and social service workers,                                                           SESSION 3:
                                                                               The purpose of this course is to examine the
                        are expected to be knowledgeable about                                                                     LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                               growth and development of an individual             1895 J412 9:00AM-11:30AM           MWTH
                        today’s healthcare laws and ethical codes.
                                                                               throughout his/her life. Beginning with the pre-    1896 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM            MWTH
                                                                               natal period and continuing through old age,            Laurel classes run June 13 to Aug 8,
                                                                               development from a physical, intellectual, social       2011.
                                                                               and emotional perspective will be studied. The-         Fees: $50.00.
                                                                               ories on development and current research in


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MATH-067         Elementary Algebra                    MATH-122           Ideas in Mathematics                SESSION 4:
                 Applications (4 credits)                                 (3 credits)                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                                                                              1916 J463 8:30AM-11:30AM        MTWTH
In this course, the student will develop skills in     In this course students will develop the ability to       Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
manipulating algebraic expressions with integer        reason with quantitative information, through the         2011.
exponents and in simplifying polynomials, ra-          study of the principles of reasoning, number              Fees: $50.00.
tional expressions and radicals. The student will      sense, probability and statistical reasoning, logic
write an equation for a line from given informa-       and mathematical modeling. Students will acquire
tion. Systems of equations will be solved graphi-      the specific background and critical thinking skills   MATH-138         Statistics (4 credits)
cally and algebraically. Methods of factoring          they need to understand the major issues they will     In this course, students will develop the skills
second-degree polynomials and applications in-         face in life, both on a personal level and as citi-    necessary to examine basic statistical terminol-
volving factoring will also be included. Students      zens in a modern democracy. There will be an           ogy, develop pictorial and analytical distribu-
will solve quadratic equations and related appli-      emphasis upon contemporary applications to vari-




                                                                                                                                                                   Laurel College Center
                                                                                                              tions and use statistical tables, a calculator and
cations using factoring and the quadratic formu-       ous real-life problems. This course is intended for    a computer to calculate measures of central lo-
la. Application problems will include the use of       students who do not plan to major in mathemat-         cation and measures of variation. In addition,
the Theorem of Pythagoras. Classes with odd            ics or the sciences.                                   the student will study the normal distribution,
numbered sections are offered as computer-                 PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate score on              linear regression and correlation, sampling, hy-
based instruction and require additonal time in            math placement test.                               pothesis testing, the chi square test and proba-
the computer lab. Classes with even numbered                                                                  bility related to statistics. Classes will require
                                                       SESSION 4:
sections are offered as teacher-led instruction. All                                                          the use of a statistical computational package
sections require the use of the interactive com-       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                       1915 J463 6:00PM-9:15PM          MTTH
                                                                                                              and use computer assisted instruction. If you
puter program that comes with the text. Prereq-                                                               do not have the equipment at your home/office
uisite: MATH-061 or appropriate score on math             Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                                                          2011.                                               you must plan to spend extra time on campus
placement test.(4 hours weekly)                                                                               in our computer labs. Prerequisite: MATH-070
                                                          Fees: $50.00.
SESSION 3:                                                                                                    or higher or appropriate score on the mathe-
                                                                                                              matics placement exam.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1897 J412 9:00AM-11:30AM         MWTH                  MATH-127           Concepts of Mathematics             SESSION 1:
1898 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM          MWTH                                     I (4 credits)                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
   Laurel classes run June 13 to Aug 8,                                                                       1880 J411 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTWTH
                                                       This course is for students in the elementary
   2011.                                                                                                         Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                                                       education and early childhood education pro-
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                                 Fees: $50.00.
                                                       grams. Students will study the structural aspects
                                                       of mathematics and the ‘why’ of arithmetical           SESSION 3:
MATH-070         Intermediate Algebra                  computations. Mental Arithmetic is a required
                                                                                                              LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                       component of this course. Topics include sets,
                 (3 credits)                           functions, logic, numeration systems, algorithms
                                                                                                              1900 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM         MTTH
                                                                                                                 Laurel classes run June 13 to Aug 8,
The emphasis of this course is on using alge-          and their historical development, estimation,             2011.
braic and graphical techniques to model and            mental computations, and elementary number                Fees: $50.00.
solve real world application problems. A graph-        theory. Special emphasis is given throughout
ing calculator is required (TI-84 recommended,         the course to problem-solving techniques in-           SESSION 4:
TI-89 not permitted). Topics include linear,           cluding the approprate use of calculators and          LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
quadratic, exponential, inverse, and logarithmic       computers. MATH-127 is not a mathematics               1918 J413 9:00AM-12:00PM        MTWTH
functions; rational equations (both linear and         core course. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH-        1919 J463 6:00PM-9:00PM         MTWTH
quadratic); radical and power equations; and           070 or appropriate mathematics placement                  Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
linear and nonlinear systems. Prereq: MATH-            score. (4 hours weekly)                                   2011.
067 or appropriate score on mathematics                                                                          Fees: $50.00.
placement test. (4 hours weekly)                       SESSION 1:
                                                       LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
SESSION 1:                                             1877 J460 6:00PM-9:00PM          MTWTH
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                     Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
1875 J401 12:00PM-3:00PM         MTWTH                    Fees: $50.00.
   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.                                                                                      KEY
   Fees: $50.00.                                                                                               COURSE #
                                                       MATH-128           Concepts of Mathematics
SESSION 3:
                                                                          II (4 credits)                       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1899 J462 6:15PM-8:45PM          MTTH                  This course is the second course in a se-                        Chemistry I (4 credits)
   Laurel classes run June 13 to Aug 8,                quence intended primarily for students in the           Emphasis on solving problems involving
   2011.                                               elementary and early childhood education pro-           mole concepts, gas laws, kinetic theory, etc.
   Fees: $50.00.                                       grams. Topics include probability, metric and            PRQ: Eligible to enroll in MATH-070
                                                       non-metric geometry, dimensional analysis, con-         1526 501    9:00AM-9:52AM      MWF
SESSION 4:                                             gruence and similarity, and coordinate and              1455 504    9:30AM-10:50AM     TTH
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                  transformational geometry. Special emphasis is
1911 J413 9:00AM-12:00PM         MTWTH                 given throughout the course to problem-solving              SECTION      TIME          DAY(S)
1912 J414 12:15PM-3:15PM         MTWTH                                                                             NUMBER
                                                       techniques including the appropriate use of cal-
   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,               culators and computers. Prerequisite: C or bet-         SYNONYM
   2011.                                               ter in MATH-070 or appropriate math                     Please note room assignments will be printed
   Fees: $50.00.                                       placement score. (4 hours weekly)                       on student schedules.



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                        MATH-141        College Algebra                     MATH-145          Business Calculus                      MATH-181          Calculus I (4 credits)
                                        (3 credits)                                           (3 credits)                            In this course, students will develop skills in the
                        In this course students will learn the language     In this course students will develop skills in initial   initial content of both differential and integral cal-
                        of functions and be introduced to families of       content of both differential and integral calculus,      culus. Students will be able to find limits of func-
                        functions and their applications. Topics include    with a emphasis on applications from business            tions, be exposed to the epsilon-delta process,
                        linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic     and economics. Students will be able to find lim-        and study continuity. They will be able to find de-
                        functions. Other topics include solving systems     its of functions, learn about continuous fuctions,       rivatives and integrals of polynomial, rational, rad-
                        of linear equations using matrices, matrix alge-    and be able to compute derivatives of polynomi-          ical, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric,
                        bra and linear programming. Emphasis will be        al, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic      exponential, and logarithmic functions. This in-
                        placed on solving problems algebraically and        functions. They will apply the chain rule and the        cludes the chain rule, inverse functions, and inte-
                        with the technological tools used in business       basic differentiation rules in finding derivatives and   gration by substitution. Applications dealing with
                                                                                                                                     optimization, related rates, Newton’s method,
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                        and the social sciences. The use of a Graph-        substitution in finding definite and indefinite inte-
                        ing Calculator (TI-84 recommended) and re-          grals. Applications dealing with optimization, relat-    L’Hopital’s rule, and motion problems will be pre-
                        quired course software.                             ed rates, marginal analysis, supply and demand,          sented. Properties of the graphs of functions will
                            PRQ: MATH 070 or appropriate math place-        and area bill be presented. Graphs of functions          also be analyzed. Theorems used in the class will
                            ment score. (4 hours weekly)                    will be analyzed using first and second derivatives      include the mean-value theorem for derivatives
                                                                            and limits to identify asymptotes, intervals of in-      and integrals, the squeeze theorem and the fun-
                        SESSION 1:                                                                                                   damental theorems of calculus. Implicit differenti-
                                                                            crease/decrease, maxima/minima, concavity, and
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                               points of inflection. The fundamental theorem of         ation, differentials and summations of area will be
                        4008 J460 6:00PM-9:00PM         MTWTH                                                                        used when appropriate. A graphing calculator is
                                                                            calculus, implicit differentiation, differentials and
                           Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.       summations of area will be used when apropriate.         required. The use of a computer algebra system...
                           Fees: $50.00.                                    If you do not have the computer...                        SESSION 3:
                        SESSION 4:                                           SESSION 3:                                              EVENING
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                                                                        1902 J462     6:15PM-8:45PM        MTTH
                                                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        4015 J413 12:15PM-3:15PM        MTWTH                                                                            This section runs June 13 to Aug 8, 2011.
                                                                            1901 J462 6:30PM-8:30PM            MTTH
                           Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,                Laurel classes run June 13 to Aug 8,                     Fees: $50.00.
                           2011.                                                2011.
                           Fees: $50.00.                                        Fees: $50.00.                                        MATH-240          Calculus III (4 credits)
                                                                             SESSION 4:                                              This course includes vector calculus in both
                        MATH-143        Precalculus I (3 credits)           LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                                    two and three dimensional space along with
                        In this course, students will further develop       1926 J463 6:00PM-9:00PM            MTTH                  the classical theorems of Green, Stokes, and
                        their algebraic skills. The concept of a function       Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,                Gauss. It will also include partial derivatives and
                        as a tool to model the real world will play a           2011.                                                multiple integrals along with a number of ap-
                        central role. Polynomial, rational, exponential         Fees: $50.00.                                        propriate applications. A graphing calculator
                        and logarithmic functions will be studied, along                                                             and a computer algebra system will be an in-
                        with techniques for solving equations and in-                                                                tegral part of the course. Those not having this
                        equalities, complex numbers, operations on          MATH-153          Precalculus II (3 credits)             equipment at home/office should plan to spend
                        functions and inverse functions. A graphical ap-    This course is the second part of a two course           extra time in our open computer lab. Prerequi-
                        proach will be utilized throughout, with an em-     sequence in precalculus. Students will develop           site: MATH-182 or equivalent.
                        phasis on solving application problems. All         skills in basic trigonometry and its applications,
                        sections require the use of the interactive com-    with an emphasis on modeling with functions and           SESSION 4:
                        puter program that comes with the text. This        other algebraic skills necessary for the study of        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                        course replaces MATH-131. Graphing calculator       calculus. Trigonometry will be defined using the         1931 J413 9:00AM-12:00PM           MTWTH
                        (TI-84 recommended, TI-89 not permitted) and        unit circle approach, with emphasis on the geom-             Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                        required course software.                           etry of the circle. Classical right triangle trigonom-       2011.
                            PRQ: MATH- 070 or appropriate score on          etry will be studied, along with trigonometric               Fees: $50.00.
                            mathematics placement test. (3 hours week-      identities and equations, the laws of sines and
                            ly)                                             cosines, graphs and properties of the trigonomet-
                                                                            ric functions and their inverses, parametric equa-
                        SESSION 1:
                                                                            tions, trigonometric form of complex numbers,
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                               De Moivre’s theorem and polar coordinates. Ad-
                        4009 J411 8:45AM-12:00PM        MTTH
                                                                            ditional topics from algebra will include se-
                        4010 J460 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH
                                                                            quences and series. A graphical approach will be
                           Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                                                                            utilized throughout, with an emphasis on solving
                           Fees: $50.00.
                                                                            application problems. All sections require the use
                        SESSION 4:                                          of the interactive computer program that comes
                        LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                               with the text. This course replaces MATH-133.
                        1923 J413 12:15PM-3:00PM        MTWTH               Prerequisite: MATH-131 or MATH-143
                        1924 J463 6:00PM-9:15PM         MTTH
                                                                             SESSION 4:
                           Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                           2011.                                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                           Fees: $50.00.                                    1928 J413 12:30PM-3:15PM           MTWTH
                                                                                Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
                                                                                2011.
                                                                                Fees: $50.00.


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NUTRITION                                          PSYCHOLOGY                                         SPEECH
NUTR-211        Nutrition (3 credits)              PSYC-101         General Psychology                SPCH-105        Fundamentals of Public
This course will provide students with a gener-                     (3 credits)                                       Speaking (3 credits)
al understanding of nutrition and health. The      An introductory course focusing on how psy-        The focus of this course is speaking skills for
functions and importance of fats, carbohy-         chologists conduct research on human behav-        various situations with emphasis on one-to-
drates, proteins, vitamins and minerals, and the   ior and the results.                               group presentations. Effective communication in
relationship between nutrition and exercise in         PRE: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.           content, physical and vocal delivery as well as
weight management are included.                                                                       language use are stressed.
    Also listed as HEED-211.                       SESSION 1:
                                                                                                          PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
SESSION 1:




                                                                                                                                                        Laurel College Center
                                                   1787 M902 8:45AM-12:00PM       MTTH                SESSION 1:
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                              1788 M950 6:00PM-9:15PM        MTTH                LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1781 M351 5:30PM-9:50PM        MW                     Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.      1170 M702 9:00AM-12:00PM       MWTH
   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.         Fees: $15.00.                                   1171 M750 5:30PM-9:50PM        MW
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                         Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.
                                                   SESSION 4:
SESSION 4:                                         LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                              SESSION 4:
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER                              1861 J902 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH                LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1858 M301 12:15PM-2:30PM       MTWTH               1862 M953 6:00PM-9:00PM        MTTH                1224 M704 9:00AM-12:00PM       MWTH
   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,              Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,           1225 M753 5:30PM-9:50PM        TTH
   2011.                                              2011.                                              Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
   Fees: $10.00.                                                                                         2011.


PHILOSOPHY                                         SOCIOLOGY                                          SPCH-110        Interpersonal
                                                                                                                      Communication
                                                   SOCI-101         Introduction to Sociology                         (3 credits)
PHIL-101        Introduction to                                     (3 credits)                       This course examines factors such as culture,
                Philosophy (3 credits)             A study of concepts including culture, social-     perception and self-concept in verbal and non-
An introduction to world philosophy which be-      ization, deviance, social change and stratifica-   verbal language.
gins with the western tradition and includes       tion will be applied to social problems and           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
Asian and African philosophies as well as the      everyday living.                                   SESSION 2:
voices of women philosophers and the peoples           PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.
                                                                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
of the Americas. Focus is on major theories of
                                                   SESSION 1:                                         5838 M751 6:00PM-10:30PM       F
reality (metaphysics), knowledge (epistemolo-                                                                    8:30AM-5:45PM       S
gy), value (axiology), and logic.                  LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
                                                   1794 J903 8:45AM-12:00PM       MTTH                   Section M751 meets June 10-11, 24-25,
    PRQ: Eligible to enroll in ENGL-121.                                                                 and July 1-2, 2011.
                                                   1795 J950 6:30PM-9:30PM        MWTH
SESSION 1:                                            Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.      SESSION 4:
EVENING                                               Fees: $15.00.
                                                                                                      LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1168 M750 8:45AM-12:00PM       MTTH                                                                   1226 M750 6:00PM-10:30PM       F
                                                   SESSION 4:
   Laurel classes run June 1 to July 1, 2011.                                                                    8:30AM-5:45PM       S
                                                   LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
SESSION 4:                                         1866 J901 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH                   Section M750 meets July 8-9, July 15-16,
                                                   1867 M952 5:30PM-9:50PM        MW                     and July 29-30, 2011.
LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
1220 M750 9:00AM-12:00PM       MTTH                   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,
   Laurel classes run July 11 to Aug 10,              2011.
   2011.
                                                                                                                          KEY
                                                                                                       COURSE #

                                                                                                       CHEM-101 General Inorganic
                                                                                                                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
                                                                                                           SECTION     TIME          DAY(S)
                                                                                                           NUMBER
                                                                                                       SYNONYM
                                                                                                       Please note room assignments will be printed
                                                                                                       on student schedules.



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80                            KIDS ON CAMPUS CLASSES




                 Home. Work. Life.
                  Enhance all three this summer
                  with noncredit classes at HCC!
     Sharpen job skills, learn a new hobby,
     and have fun!
     Daytime, evening, and weekend
     continuing education classes available in:               Summer 2011
                                                              noncredit class
     Business                                                 schedules will be
     Computers and Information Technology                     mailed to all
     Entrepreneurship, Self-Employment,                       Howard County
        Small Business                                        residences in May.
     Finance & Investment
     Health Care Professions
     Languages
     Lifestyle & Leisure (hobbies, home & garden,             For more
        more)                                                 information,
     Web Design and Development                               call 443-518-1700
     Motorcycle Riding                                        or visit
     Wellness                                                 www.howardcc.edu
     Adult Basic Skills - GED, basic reading,                 and click on
        writing, math                                         “Continuing
     English as a Second Language                             Education”

     Kids On Campus - enrichment programs
       for ages 7 - 17


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                                                         Kids 7 and up will have both fun and a rewarding learning
                                                               experience in HCC’s Kids On Campus program.

                                                    Design the program that best meets your child’s needs and interests—
                                                    and your pocketbook and schedule! Mix and match from a variety of
                                                    offerings. Choose one-week or two-week programs in the morning
                                                    (8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.) and/or afternoon (1-4:30 p.m.) including a supervised
                                                    lunch period. Extended care is available from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 4:30-
                                                    6:30 p.m.
JUNE 27-AUGUST 12, 2011
  Summer Enrichment Classes                         For more information and a registration packet, call 443-518-4110 or
    for Elementary, Middle                          visit www.howardcc.edu/kidsoncampus.
   and High School Students

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                 XK 121      All About Technology                     XK 253      Art Creations on Pirate Island
STUDENTS (Ages 7-10)                              Ages 7-10. Fun, exciting and challenging ac-
                                                  tivities await you as you are introduced to a
                                                                                                       Ages 7-10. Ahoy all Pirate Island buccaneers!
                                                                                                       Explore the treasures of Pirate Island
                                                  variety of relevant technologies. Experiment         through cartooning, origami, sand painting,
XK 267      A Week of Windows                     with digital photography and practice digital        sculpture, and cartography. Create pirate
Ages 7-10. Spend a week getting acquainted        editing with Photoshop. Use a Global Posi-           ships, colorful parrots, treasure maps, sea
with the basic functions of Windows soft-         tioning System to play a high-tech game of           monsters, ship flags, doubloon necklaces,
ware (and a computer) and practice key-           hide and seek. Practice skills such as orien-                                                  of-
                                                                                                       treasure chests and more! This class is (TM)
boarding with daily warm-up exercises.            teering, treasure hunting, and waymarking--          fered in cooperation with Abrakadoodle
Create interesting projects while learning        better known as Geocaching. Discover the             art education. 1 week $205 (includes $30
which buttons to click. Word processing,          FUNdamentals of technology. This class is            materials fee*)
drawing programs, making stationery, and or-      offered in cooperation with DN Camp Stars.           6172 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                  1 week $195 (includes $20 materials fee*)                 (no class 7/4)                            HR
ganizing collections are just some of the
skills you'll master. Limited to 14 students. 1   6125 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                  (no class 7/4) $168                             HR
week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)           6126 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29          HR   XK 126      Art Through a Time Machine
6181 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22     HR
                                                  6124 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05          HR   Ages 7-10. Travel through time with this
6183 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12      HR
                                                                                                       hands- on art class. Explore the art of cave
                                                  XK 351      Around the World With Art                paintings in 15000 BC. Create a canopic jar
XKE 111 Advanced Puppetry                                                                              and Kirigami, the ancient art of Japanese
Ages 7-10. More great puppet creations and        Ages 7-10. In conjunction with Abrakadoo-            paper folding. Tour the Renaissance, Im-
lively, inventive stories. Develop better pup-    dle(TM) art education, visit the jungles of          pressionism and Post Impressionism periods
pet manipulation skills. Bring puppets and        Ecuador, where Exotic Birds take wing; Mex-          inspired by classic artists Ghibert, Renoir
objects to life by focusing on core puppetry      ico, where Sun Faces shine; and India,               and Tiffany. End in our present time with
skills. Class will include shadow puppetry,       where Festival Elephants parade through vil-         Pop Art and Digital Art. Get a whole new
mask work, and working with different styles      lages. Sculpt a Polar Bear like the Inuits of        perspective of art through the ages. Offered
of puppets. Participate in a performance at       the North, and display the many colors of            in conjunction with Abrakadoodle(TM) art
the end of the week. 1 week $165** (in-           the world around us with a Rainbow project.          education. 1 week $205 (includes $30 mate-
cludes $15 materials fee*)                        Each class introduces new vocabulary and             rials fee*)
6300 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05      HR    techniques that enhance the multicultural art        6135 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR
                                                  experience. 1 week $205 (includes $30 ma-
                                                  terials fee*)
                                                  6265 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR




                                                     *Fees not eligible for waiver.
                                                   **Neither XE/XKE course tuitions nor their
                                                   fees are eligible for waiver.



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     XKE 161 Beach Party Art                              XK 128      Cool Art: From Big to Small            XK 125      Elementary Engineering
     Ages 7-10. Get ready for some wet and                Ages 7-10. Size matters in art, and in this        Ages 7-10. This exciting hands-on engineer-
     sandy fun! Design your own sun visor, move           class, dimensions, scope, and proportions all      ing class combines LEGO® Education and
     to the party music and create some incredi-          count. Make some really big, gigantic art          PicoCricket® materials. First, working in
     ble underwater art! Learn about the world-           along with some teeny, tiny art. Paint long        teams, you will explore motorized simple
     famous sidewalk chalk artist Julian Beevers          murals and create miniature collages, con-         machines by building realistic models. Next,
     while we create unique sidewalk designs.             struct monumental geometric sculptures that        teams will creatively solve challenges using
     There will be an Obsta-COOL course, spray            are taller than we are and tiny sculptures         concepts learned in class. Last, but not least,
     bottle painting, sand art and shell designs,         that we can hold in one hand. Try your             you will get the chance to become inventors.
     beach party day and more fun on the run.             hand at experimental drawing methods,              Light and sound sensors, pulleys, wheels,
     Experiment with a variety of materials and           mimic the bright colors of Fauvism and Lily        levers, and gears are all at your command.
     learn about new techniques such as                   Yeh's murals, and "Cool Globes" inspired by        Design a machine and program it using Pic-
     silkscreen, relief and sand art. Learn about         the cool Globe Project that is touring the         oCricket® materials, and start moving! This
     fashion design, industrial design, craft design      world. Offered in conjunction with                 class is offered in cooperation with DN
     and sand art while featuring artists such as         Abrakadoodle(TM) art education. 1 week $205        Camp Stars. 1 week $195 (includes $20 ma-
     Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Gauri Sharma, Flo-          (includes $30 materials fee*)                      terials fee*)
     rence Forrest and Ksenia Simonvia. Create a          6137 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22       HR    6132 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
     wide variety of art, including ocean crea-                                                                   (no class 7/4) $168                       HR
                                                                                                             6131 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR
     tures, mobiles, surfboards, shells, beach tow-       XK 338      Creepy Creatures                       6130 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR
     els and sun umbrellas. Dive into our beach
     party camp! Offered in conjunction with              Ages 7-10. Come learn about all the animals
     Abrakadoodle(TM) art education. 1 week               you love to hate! Combining basic biology          XK 246      Exploring World Languages
     $205** (includes $30 materials fee*)                 and art, you will be taken on a wild explo-
                                                                                                             Ages 7-10. Explore languages such as
     3597 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01          HR   ration into the habits and anatomy of what
                                                                                                             French, German, Latin and Japanese in just
     3599 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12          HR   makes skunks, warthogs, snakes, spiders,
                                                                                                             a few days' time. Pronunciation, vocabulary,
                                                          bugs and other animals so YUCKY. Be pre-
                                                                                                             greetings, and culture will be covered. Prac-
                                                          pared to go on bug hunts, make bug home
     XK 240       Cartoon Art for Students                replicas, and use your creative talents to de-
                                                                                                             tice simple conversations through role play
     Ages 7-10. Turn your doodles into designs of                                                            and learn, by using similar phrases, how
                                                          sign your own creepy creature. Learn why
     delight in this fun and colorful course. Let                                                            small this world can be. 1 week $160 (in-
                                                          skunk spray smells so bad and concoct your
     your imagination go wild while you hold the                                                             cludes $10 materials fee*)
                                                          own formula based on the scientific analysis.      9978 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR
     pencil and draw your own comic strip com-            Not for the faint of heart! 1 week $165 (in-       3915 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
     plete with color, word bubbles, and lettering.       cludes $15 materials fee*)                              (no class 7/4) $138                        HR
     Learn skills like drawing people, animals,           6347 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01       HR
     and inanimate objects. Sketch your own orig-         6253 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22      HR
     inal creations. 1 week $165 (includes $15            6254 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29      HR    XK 363      Fifty Nifty United States
     materials fee*)                                                                                         Ages 7-10. Join this adventure through the 50
     6336   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm,   Jun 27-Jul 01   HR                                                      United States of America. Explore state cap-
     6157   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm,   Jul 11-Jul 15   HR
                                                          XKE 105 Down and Dirty With
                                                                  Dinosaurs                                  itals, silly laws, fun facts, state mottos, birds,
     6158   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm,   Jul 18-Jul 22   HR
     6159   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm,   Aug 01-Aug 05   HR                                                      flags, and exciting histories. Learn a great
     6160   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm,   Aug 08-Aug 12   HR
                                                          Ages 7-10. Did you know that we have fos-          song to help remember all the names of the
                                                          sils right here in Maryland, even in Howard        states. You will get into the geography of the
                                                          County? Come get down and dirty with di-           USA as you taste many of the specialties of
     XKE 160 Commotion in the Ocean                       nosaurs as we explore how fossils were             the different regions. 1 week $165 (includes
     Ages 7-10. Dive into the ocean and see what          formed, how scientists identify fossils, and       $15 materials fee*)
     unique creatures lurk in the deep! Explore           why it is important to study them. This            6268 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR
     the different oceans and seas and learn what         hands-on class teaches you the evolution of        6269 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR
     makes each special. Discover the different           animals, and presents theories of dinosaur
     depths of the oceans and how whales, dol-            behavior, diet, habitat, hunting strategies, and
                                                          much more. 1 week $160** (includes $10
                                                                                                             XKE 113 Fit, Fun, and Fine
     phins, sea anemones, eels, jellyfish, and
                                                          materials fee*)                                    Ages 7-10. Energize! Get healthy with all
     other sea critters survive. Explore coral reefs,
                                                          6354 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01      HR    areas of fitness, from health, to nutrition, ex-
     make your own ocean card game, build a
                                                                                                             ercise and sports. Play traditional recess
     fish, create your own ocean display, and find
                                                                                                             games (plus Twister), enjoy delicious and
     out if sharks are as dangerous as they've
                                                                                                             healthy snacks, and take part in team build-
     been portrayed. 1 week $165** (includes
                                                                                                             ing exercises. Get ready to get active! 1
     $15 materials fee*)
     3609 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR                                                      week $170** (includes $20 materials fee*)
     3611 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR                                                      6302 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                                                                                  (no class 7/4) $148                        HR
                                                                                                             6303 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR




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XKE 164 Fun Times 4: 3D Art                          XK 377      Money Magic                              XK 236      Nose for News
Ages 7-10. Jump into 3 dimensional art by            Ages 7-10. Spend a week learning about the           Ages 9-10. Bring your pencil and imagination
creating projects in four fun materials: paper,      stories, history, and magic of money through         and turn yourself into "STAR REPORTER" as
clay, mixed media, and metal. Look at his-           the ages. Examine the art and science be-            you put together a newscast with your
torical and current examples, learn new              hind currency, allowances, wants and needs,          classmates. Learn interviewing skills and
techniques, and think about what makes               banking, investing, and building wealth. Cre-        practice writing about sporting events, restau-
something art! Projects could include pop-up         ate your own currency and run a model                rant/food critiques, video/book reviews, and
cards, origami, clay animals and pots, a trick       bank. You will learn practical facts about           more. The class will have a chance to pres-
book made from a box, a wire person and              money through hands-on activities that have          ent the news on DVD, and the final project
more. 1 week. $165** (includes $15 materi-           the potential to build positive lifelong finan-      will be distributed to all class participants. 1
als fee*)                                            cial skills. 1 week $138 (includes $10 mate-         week $160 (includes $10 materials fee*)
3605 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR   rials fee*)                                          6156 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR
3606 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      6288 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
     (no class 7/4) $143                        HR   (no class July 4)                               HR
                                                                                                          XK 332      Oooo Goo, and Stinky Too:
XKE 158 Krazy Kinetic Art                                                                                             Gross Science
                                                     XK 147      Movie Making
Ages 7-10. Have fun creating 3-D art that                                                                 Ages 7-10. Come and discover the weird and
                                                     Ages 7-8. Become the writers, directors, ac-         wacky world of science. If you're daring, ex-
MOVES! You'll explore the crazy world of Ki-         tors, animators, special effects creators, and
netic Art and try out projects like roller-ball                                                           plore different areas of science with a terrif-
                                                     editors of your own movie production. Stu-           ic, slimey, hands-on project each day.
mazes, mobiles, pinwheels, wind catchers,            dent teams will make all the creative and
and spinning tops. Explore the possibilities                                                              Chemistry Concoctions, Yucky Biology, Phan-
                                                     technical decisions. This is a great course          tasy Physics, and much more will capture
and results of art using different media as          for creative minds. Using a storyboard, ani-
you complete several take-home projects. 1                                                                your scientific curiosity. Enjoy science as you
                                                     mate, record, download, assemble and edit            never have before! 1 week $165 (includes
week $165** (includes $15 materials fee*)            your own movie. You'll get a CD of the final
3607 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR                                                         $15 materials fee*)
                                                     footage to take home. Offered in cooperation         6246 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR
                                                     with DNCamp Stars. 1 week. $195 (includes            6346 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01          HR
XK 148      Lights, Camera, Action                   $30 materials fee*)                                  6247 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                     3613 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR         (no class 7/4) $143                        HR
Ages 9-10. Everyone has a part to play in                                                                 6243 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
this movie! Using pre-written scripts, students                                                                (no class 7/4) $143                        HR
will learn just what it takes to make a movie        XK 306      Multiples of Math                        6244 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22          HR
from in front of the camera as well as be-                                                                6245 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR
                                                     Ages 7-10. Math is more than numbers. It is          6248 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05          HR
hind it. Once filming is complete, students          also word problems and turning those words           6249 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12         HR
will edit using sound and other special ef-          into numbers. Get lots of practice in solving        6287 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12          HR
fects and take their finished product home.          puzzles, playing games, reviewing money de-
Offered in cooperation with DNCamp Stars.            cisions, and turning a graph into a piece of
1 week $195 (includes $30 materials fee*)            cake. You can "count" on enjoying this class
                                                                                                          XKE 169 Ori-GAME-i
3629 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01        HR    and finding out how numbers relate to the            Ages 7-10.It's not just origami--it's OriGAMEi!
3630 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR                                                         Explore the traditional art of Japanese paper
                                                     real world. 1 week $165 (includes $15 ma-
                                                     terials fee*)                                        folding and learn how to read patterns to
XKE 168 Mimicking Art With the                       6232 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15        HR    make a variety of pieces to use in different
                                                     6233 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR    games we will play throughout the week. Old
        Masters                                                                                           favorites such as bowling, basketball and
Ages 7-10. Explore the work of amazing                                                                    ring toss take on a whole different feel when
artists and create your own artwork inspired         XK 341      Natural Forces
                                                                                                          the playing equipment is made from paper.
by theirs. Students will work with a variety         Ages 7-10. Mother Nature has a temper, and           Make game pieces and learn how to play
of art media and materials and sample art            she displays it in many of the areas of the          several new exciting games as well. Learn
techniques and styles from creative geniuses         globe, sometimes predictably, sometimes              how to fold traditional origami pieces such
like Van Gogh, O'Keefe, Matisse, Bearden,            without warning. Chart tornadoes, hurri-             as animals and flowers in addition to the
Kahn, Thiebaud and more. 1 week $175**               canes, earthquakes, floods, volcanos, wild-          world's best paper airplanes. See how your
(includes $25 materials fee*)                        fires, and rainbows both geographically and          folding techniques compare to others as you
3924 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR    seasonally. Create some of these forces right        compete for the title of World's Best Paper
                                                     in the classroom, and discuss both the sci-          Airplane Designer. You won't believe how
                                                     ence of the force and its impact on humans.          much fun you can have with a simple piece
                                                     1 week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)            of paper! 1 week $165** (includes $15 ma-
                                                     6258 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR
                                                                                                          terials fee*)
                                                                                                          4031 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15        HR
                                                                                                          4032 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR




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     XK 298      Partners With Potter                     XKE 117 Puppetry                                     XK 124      Rockets and Robotics
     Ages 8-12. Are you a Harry Potter fan? Step          Ages 7-10. Long before there were Muppets,           Ages 7-10. What a great combination! Work-
     into his world as we discover the meanings           there were glove puppets, rod puppets,               ing in small teams, learn how to write a
     behind characters' names, create a textbook          shadow puppets, and marionettes to name a            step-by-step program to make things spin,
     for the care and feeding of magical animals,         few. Create your own puppets and put on a            light up, and play music. Build and explore
     design trading cards, and invent dishes for a        show in this unique class that combines              machines and mechanisms, discover motor
     holiday banquet. These are just a few of the         skills of crafter, performer, storyteller and        design differences, calibrate and capture
     activities you will use to learn about these         technician. 1 week $165** (includes $15 ma-          wind, and study gearing mechanisms. Then,
     popular books. You should have read the              terials fee*)                                        using some of the concepts learned, design
     first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's          6308 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR    your own rockets that you can test and take
     Stone, before attending the first class. 1                                                                home, but not before we have our own
     week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)              XK 151      Rainforest Adventure                     launch party (weather permitting)! This class
     6217 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08 (no                                                        is offered in cooperation with DNCamp
     class 7/4) $143,                                HR   Ages 7-10. Travel to the tropics as we trans-        Stars. 1 week $195 (includes $20 materials
     6219 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR   form our classroom into a tropical rainforest,       fee*)
                                                          complete with some of the most amazing               6334 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01     HR
     XKE 124 Performing Magic                             plants and animals found on earth! Discov-           6128 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22      HR
                                                          er the beauty of the macaw and have a
     Ages 8-12. Wave a wand and PRESTO...                 chance to not only learn about the diet of
     make things disappear and put on a show.             these incredible birds, but also prepare and
                                                                                                               XK 282      Stock Market Game
     Using simple props and flexible fingers,             sample "Macaw Mix." Get up close and per-            Ages 8-12. Run with the "bulls" or be a
     learn straight, mental, and comedy magic             sonal with a python (don't worry-it'll be            "bear" in this fast-paced interactive course
     tricks and techniques from a professional            made of clay) as you create your very own            that introduces you to today's stock market.
     magician. Whether it involves cards, coins,          scene from a rainforest. Make a mini terrar-         Cover basic topics such as the Dow Jones,
     rope, scarves, or other gadgets, you will            ium so you can take your rainforest home             mutual funds, Price Earnings Ratios and
     learn secrets of magic from the past and de-         with you! Come on - grab your rain boots             much more. Join in a unique opportunity to
     velop confidence and stage presence as you           and an umbrella and join us on this fasci-           participate in a mock stock market game
     demonstrate proficiency in performing pres-          nating adventure! 1 week $165 (includes $15          where you invest an imaginary $100,000 into
     tidigitation. 1 week $175** (includes $25 ma-        materials fee*)                                      stocks and then track your performance over
     terials fee*)                                        4005 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 25         HR    the week. Hang on to your hats and check-
     6314 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR    4007 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR    books, and get ready for a ride on Wall
     6312 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12         HR
                                                                                                               Street. You must bring a calculator and be
                                                          XK 335      Reading, Writing, and                    able to use multiplication tables. 1 week
     XK 299      Pets and Vets                                                                                 $155 (includes $5 materials fee*)
                                                                      Reasoning                                6203 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29      HR
     Ages 7-10. Caring for pets, making a bird                                                                 6204 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05     HR
     feeder, learning about endangered species,           Ages 8-10. Use plot, setting, theme, and
     and discovering the duties of a vet are some         character analysis to explore many different
     of the educational, creative, and fun activi-        kinds of literature. Learn to interpret stories      XKE 156 Threads and Thimbles
     ties in this unique class. Learn animal be-          creatively through book talks, story mapping,
                                                          and discussion questions about social values         Ages 7-10. Can you repair a seam, fix a
     havior facts, tricks, and tips on grooming,                                                               hem, or replace a missing button? If not, this
     feeding, and becoming a responsible pet              and author's intent. Sharpen your critical
                                                          thinking skills through puzzles, games, and          class is for you. Learn the fundamentals of
     owner. Develop sensitivity and skills so that                                                             basic hand stitching that will make you con-
     you may make a difference in protecting an-          story structure analyses. Learn how authors
                                                          use inductive and deductive reasoning to             fident in doing minor repairs. In addition,
     imals and pursuing a possible career. 1                                                                   learn the art of needle point, cross stitching,
     week $170 (includes $20 materials fee*)              craft stories and send messages to readers.
                                                          Have fun while becoming a critically aware           and embroidering. This class will be "sew"
     6344 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR                                                        much fun. 1 week $170** (includes $20 ma-
     6343 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01          HR   reader, writer, and thinker! 1 week $155 (in-
     6220 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      cludes $5 materials fee*)                            terials fee*)
                                                                                                               6361 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01      HR
          (no class 7/4) $148                        HR   6251 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                                                                               4034 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12      HR
     6221 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08            (no class 7/4) $133                        HR
          (no class 7/4) $148                        HR   6252 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR
     6222 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR   6250 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05          HR
     6223 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22          HR


     XK 230      Practice in Powerpoint
     Ages 7-10. This useful hands-on course
     teaches you the ins and outs of the Microsoft
     PowerPoint program. Learn how to create a
     slide, change colors, fonts, and backgrounds,
     make transitions from one slide to another,
     and incorporate clip art. Save the slides for
     a presentation at the final class. 1 week $165
     (includes $15 materials fee*)
     6143 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR


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XK 369       Touch, Type, and Create                XKE 162 Yummy Art Camp                             XK 343      Archaeology
Ages 8-10. Do you use the "hunt and peck"           Ages 7-10. Get your spoon, paintbrush and          Ages 11-14. History leaves evidence, and that
method to send an instant message or an             chocolate syrup ready - we're going to cre-        evidence ends up buried in the dirt under
email to your friends? Learn how to type at         ate Art! From cupcake design to mosaics            your feet. Learn about archaeological field
a rate of 15 - 25 words per minute without          with food to chocolate syrup painting - it's all   methods, mapping and interpretation using
making a lot of mistakes. Use Microsoft Of-         about the wonderful and wacky world of             real archaeological artifacts. Explore famous
fice Word 2007 to become skilled at basic           food art! We'll build spaghetti sculptures;        archaeological digs from dinosaurs to mum-
word processing, formatting, correcting er-         learn about food artists such as Vic Muniz,        mies to the Titanic. There will be an op-
rors, and proofreading your work. Practice          Lisa Cherkasky, Renee Comet, Jason Mecier          portunity to get your hands dirty and make
cutting and pasting, changing fonts, under-         and others. We'll even make our own in-            some discoveries of your own. 1 week $165
lining, using italics, and bolding. This inter-     credible edibles and play "foodie" games!          (includes $15 materials fee*)
active class will keep your fingers flying          Use incredible edible materials such as            6261 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR
across your keyboard. 1 week $165 (in-              marshmallows, cereals, chocolate syrup,
cludes $15 materials fee*)                          crackers, pasta, flour and more. Use tech-         XKE 104 Bedazzled by Beads
6226 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      niques that include graphic design, painting,
     (no class 7/4) $143                       HR   sculpture and mosaics. This is art that's good     Ages 11-14. Are you attracted to jewelry?
6273 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR                                                      Learn how to turn ordinary beads, metal,
6275 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR   enough to eat. No peanut or peanut oils will
                                                    be used. Offered in conjunction with               and string into stunning wearable art. Use
                                                    Abrakadoodle(TM) art education. 1 week             patterns to create colorful bead strands, glass
XK 150       Unlocking the Mysteries of             $205** (includes $30 materials fee*)               and wire pendants, bracelets, earrings, and
                                                    3600 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01       HR    more. Practice weaving beautiful friendship
             Math                                                                                      bracelets and discover the cultural signifi-
                                                    3601 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR
Ages 7-10. Solve sums and differences while                                                            cance of the jewelry you love. 1 week
playing hands-on games. Crack the code of                                                              $175** (includes $25 materials fee*)
place value and numbers. Play games such
as Pocket Full of Coins, Four Coin Draw,            MIDDLE SCHOOL                                      6291 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22
                                                                                                       6292 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29
                                                                                                                                                      HR
                                                                                                                                                      HR
and Race to $1.00 to explore concepts of
money. Unveil ways to solve math problems
                                                    STUDENTS (Ages 11-14)
                                                                                                       XKE 155 Best of the Bloggers
using logic and reasoning. Math has never
been so much fun! 1 week $160 (includes             XK 144      Advanced Robotics with NXT             Ages 11-14. Blogs are online journals based
$10 materials fee*)                                 Ages 11-14. Are you familiar with the basics       on things you like or events happening your
3923 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01        HR    of Lego Mindstorms? Then this class is for         life. Explore some of the best ideas from var-
4033 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR    you! Working in teams students will move           ious blogs and learn safety rules and tips for
                                                    up to more elaborate robots and program-           creating your own blog (either online or of-
                                                    ming while learning science, technology, en-       fline depending on parent approval). Find
XK 287       Who Done It?                                                                              your own voice in writing your blog and
                                                    gineering and mathematics in the robotics
Ages 7-10. Become a detective and solve             context. Offered in cooperation with               learn basic digital photography skills to illus-
mysteries. Join your classmates in solving a        DNCamp Stars. 1 week $200 (includes $20            trate it. Complete crafts from other bloggers
crime from start to finish using fingerprints,      materials fee*)                                    like tie-died sharpies shirts, fabric headbands
secret codes, clues, disguises, and other in-       3648 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12       HR    for yourself or for a gift, batik fabric with
vestigative techniques. Put your skills to the                                                         glue, no-bake treats, and more. 1 week
test and unravel the puzzle. 1 week $160 (in-                                                          $143** (includes $15 materials fee*)
cludes $10 materials fee*)                          XK 290      Amateur Architect                      3922 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
6208 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      Ages 12-15. Architecture reflects the civiliza-         (no class 7/4)                             HR
     (no class 7/4) $138                       HR
                                                    tion and culture of the times. From the
6210 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR
6209 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR   Mayan pyramids and Greek temples to the            XKE 126 Body Fit
6211 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR   modern monuments and complexes, exam-
                                                    ine the differences and similarities in the        Ages 11-14. Gear up for a completely fit
                                                    way buildings are constructed. Analyze ex-         body. From nutrition to physical activity,
XK 271       Young Writer's World                   amples of homes, cathedrals, and cities. Try       learn how the right fuel (food) is necessary
Ages 7-10. Develop writing techniques not           your hand at designing classical to futuristic     to keep the body healthy and moving. Dis-
normally learned until much later in school.        structures. 1 week $165 (includes $15 mate-        cover the importance of reading and under-
This interactive class covers a variety of writ-    rials fee*)                                        standing food labels, eating out without
ing styles and related skills including illus-      6212 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22      HR    being left out, and controlling portion size.
tration and publication. You have the chance                                                           Receive coaching on the benefits of getting
to write and share stories, poems, and jour-                                                           active using traditional and nontraditional
nal entries, and compile them into your own                                                            types of physical activity as you build self-es-
"book." 1 week $155 (includes $5 materials                                                             teem and self-confidence. 1 week $165**
fee*)                                                                                                  (includes $15 materials fee*)
6186   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HR                                                       6316 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR
6185   Mon-Fri   1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15    HR
6187   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29   HR
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     XK 241      Business Beginnings                      XKE 129 Chess and Games of Strategy                 XK 342      Cryptology
     Ages 11-14. Turn your creative concepts into         Ages 11-14. Make a move in the right direc-         Ages 11-14. Learn how to construct and
     a well-structured business operation. From           tion by learning this classic board game.           even deconstruct coded messages including
     the brainstorming of an idea through pro-            Strategy means outwitting your opponent,            classic codes to those you can use on the
     duction and waste control to actual sales,           and chess is the most famous game of skill.         Internet or in text messages. Become famil-
     you will learn the how-tos and how-not-tos           Learn the background of chess, terminology,         iar with spoken codes you can use with your
     of beginning a business. You will create a           goals of the game, rules and simple moves           friends, or written codes that are unbreak-
     product, sell it, and plan how to use the            to open play. Discuss the mechanics and             able. Use a simple word processing program
     profits. Bring $5 to the first class for start-up.   skills used in several games of strategy like       to solve complex codes and determine how
     1 week $155 (includes $5 materials fee*)             checkers, battleship, and even tic-tac-toe. Be-     Braille works. OH, by the way, KH AQW
     6164 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      ginners welcome. 1 week $155** (includes            ECP TGCB VJKU, QKIP WR VQ NGCTB CP
           (no class 7/4) $133                       HR   $5 materials fee*)                                  WPDTGCEMCDNG EQFG! 1 week $165 (in-
     6166 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22          HR   6318 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
     61656 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR                                                       cludes $15 materials fee*)
                                                               (no class 7/4) $133                       HR   6259 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08 (no class
     6163 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05          HR   6319 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12         HR   7/4) $143                                       HR
                                                                                                              6260 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR
     XK 117      Camp Rock Star                           XK 281       Creative Writing
     Ages 11-14. Everyone loves music, but be-            Ages 11-14. Explore the world of your imag-         XK 143      Droids and Bots
     fore the digital revolution it used to take          ination and create free verse, blank verse,         Ages 11-14. From R2-D2 to the Roomba. In
     years of practice on an instrument to create         lyric poetry, character sketches, personal          this cutting edge class you will learn the ba-
     even simple songs. Now the power of tech-            narratives, and dramatic monologues. Learn          sics of task robotics including the assembly
     nology empowers everyone, regardless of              techniques of journal writing. You will pub-        process, principles of gears, mechanics, sen-
     experience, with the opportunity to create           lish a literary magazine using a PC. 2 weeks        sors, and sound activation. Each day will
     their own songs, soundtracks, podcasts, or           $275 (includes $15 materials fee*)                  bring a different concept and a new chal-
     music videos. Using tools like Garage Band           6200 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 08             lenge as you build a variety of different task
     and other mass media software, explore the                (no class 7/4) $253                      HR    oriented robots with a partner. Offered in co-
     basics of song composition, editing tracks,          6202 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 22       HR
                                                          6201 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Aug 05       HR    operation with Black Rocket Productions,
     and create a music video. Student-created                                                                LLC. 1 week $200 (includes $20 materials
     songs, music video, and podcasts will be                                                                 fee*)
     available on a password-protected website to         XK 331       Crime Scene Investigators              3644 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR
     share with friends and family. Offered in
                                                          Ages 11-14. Learn to apply a variety of sci-
     conjunction with Black Rocket Productions,
                                                          entific techniques to examine the surround-         XKE 114 Duct Tape Art
     LLC. 1 week $195 (includes $20 materials
                                                          ings and solve a mystery. Study a crime
     fee*)                                                                                                    Ages 11-14. Duct tape is like the Force.
     6332 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR    scene looking for pertinent clues, analyze
                                                                                                              There's a light side and a dark side and you
     6119 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12         HR    fingerprints, identify mysterious substances,
                                                                                                              will see how it holds the universe together.
                                                          and use chromatography to narrow your
                                                                                                              Come explore new uses of duct tape and
                                                          search for the "perp." Enjoy hearing about
     XK 346      Career Research                                                                              how it functions as an art. Use duct tape
                                                          the experiences of a pro. Guest speakers will
                                                                                                              and paper to create 3D pieces both func-
     Ages 11-14. There's an old saying that goes,         talk about the use of forensic science to
                                                                                                              tional and nonfunctional such as unique
     "Find a job that you love and you'll never           solve local historical mysteries and discuss
                                                                                                              clothing, accessories and constructs. 1 week
     work a day in your life." What do you want           what is happening in the field today. This
                                                                                                              $170** (includes $20 materials fee*)
     to do when you grow up? What's hot in the            class goes beyond "Who Done It?" to "How            6304 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR
     job market and how do you get that good              Was It Done?" 1 week $165 (includes $15             6305 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12         HR
     job? Gather information about potential jobs         materials fee*)
     according to your talent and ability. Start          6239   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HR
     considering choices that will set you on a           6240   Mon-Fri   1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15    HR    XK 141      FX: the Science Behind
                                                          6242   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05   HR
     career path armed with facts about specific          6241   Mon-Fri   1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05    HR
                                                                                                                          Special Effects
     jobs, your skills and interests, and current                                                             Ages 11-14. In this class everything is not
     educational requirements. 1 week $155 (in-                                                               what it seems! Become a master of illusion
     cludes $5 materials fee*)                                                                                by learning the age-old scientific techniques
     6264 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR
                                                                                                              used by Hollywood masters to create movie
                                                                                                              magic. You will experiment with visual and
                                                                                                              mechanical effects as well as using Green
                                                                                                              Screens and CGI or computer generated im-
                                                                                                              agery. Each student will finish the program
                                                                                                              with a digital representation of their FX proj-
                                                                                                              ect which will be hosted on a password pro-
                                                                                                              tected website to share with friends and
                                                                                                              family. Offered in cooperation with Black
                                                                                                              Rocket Productions, LLC. 1 week $200 (in-
                                                                                                              cludes $20 materials fee*)
                                                                                                              3636 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR



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XK 259      GeoCaching                               XK 129      Hands on Physics                         XK 270      Journalism for Students
Ages 11-14. Do you like finding things, solv-        Ages 12-14. Are you looking for a challeng-          Ages 11-14. Stop the presses! This is your
ing puzzles, navigating coordinates? Have            ing physics lab experience? Look no further.         chance to write, produce, and publish a
you ever wanted to be a real treasure                Using a college physics lab, students will           newspaper. Practice reporting, interviewing,
hunter? Come join us for a new kind of ad-           solve problems using major principles in             editing, and layout. Sharpen your Word and
venture right here in the HCC neighborhood.          physics such as measurement, force and               Publisher skills. Challenge yourself by be-
GeoCaching combines orienteering skills,             motion, work and energy, and impulse and             coming a part of a hard-working team. You'll
cartography, and GPS systems with treasure           momentum, just to name a few. This is a              create class, individual, and web newsletters.
hunting. You'll never know what's out there          hands-on-science applications class meant to         2 weeks $275 (includes $15 materials fee*)
until you go looking. This class is offered in       be an enrichment opportunity for the in-             6184 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 22        HR
cooperation with DNCamp Stars. 1 week                quisitive and focused learner. You must have
$195 (includes $20 materials fee*)                   a good attitude and strictly observe the in-         XK 291      Junior Medic
6337 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR    structor's guidelines. Class is limited to 12
                                                     students. 1 week $170 (includes $20 materi-          Ages 12-14. Potential doctors and nurses will
                                                     als fee*)                                            be intrigued by investigating organic speci-
XKE 128 G.I.F.T.: Girls in Fitness                   6138 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22 ST Building   mens such as the heart, brain, eyes, and kid-
        Training                                                                                          neys in this course. Examine the basics of
Ages 11-14. Tap into girl power! Become a                                                                 biology and health issues with an emphasis
                                                     XK 354      Intermediate Engineering and             on anatomy. The marvels of the human
role model for healthful living. Through fit-
ness and nutrition training, build self-confi-                   Robotics                                 body and the power of medical knowledge
dence, self-awareness, and a healthy body.           Ages 11-14. Engineering technology is a              are the right "prescription" for summer learn-
Learn the benefits for the whole body by             great way to introduce a budding young sci-          ing. You will also receive CPR training as a
being physically active, snacking smart, and         entific mind to the future opportunities of a        part of this course. This is a hands-on sci-
feeling fabulous from the inside out. You will       high-technology world! In this class, teams          ence applications class meant to be an en-
be inspired to be healthy, fit, and strong. 1        will work together and become the technol-           richment opportunity for the inquisitive and
week $165** (includes $15 materials fee*)            ogy experts. Instructors will reinforce applied      focused learner. Due to many dissection ac-
6317 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12         HR    physics and math concepts like friction,             tivities, you must have a good attitude and
                                                     measurement of distance, time, angles, and           strictly observe instructor's guidelines. Great
                                                     much more, and you will be challenged to             for home schooling students to experience a
XK 120      Girls in History                                                                              lab setting. 2 weeks $305 (includes $45 ma-
                                                     design your own original robotic solutions.
Ages 11-14. What if you had to make your             Come learn how to do some amazing things             terials fee*)
own soap for washing or candles for light?           with technology! This class is offered in co-        6213 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 22 ST Building
What if you didn't have electricity? Experi-                                                              6214 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Aug 05 ST Building
                                                     operation with DNCamp Stars. 1 week $195
ence how American girls your age lived in            (includes $20 materials fee*)
the late 1700s to the early 1900s through ac-        6221 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR    XKE 157 Junkyard Wars
tivities, crafts, and cooking. Join us to make       6266 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15        HR
and taste pioneer foods. Create corn husk            6267 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR    Ages 11-14. In this eco-friendly class, stu-
dolls, scented soap, dipped candles, and                                                                  dents will recycle common everyday items to
stitched samplers. Play the games and sing                                                                create motorized mechanisms, mini-robots,
                                                     XK 314      Is It Who Or Whom?                       and racers. The program is divided into a
the songs girls did during the 19th century!
Activities are based on the "Little House"           Ages 11-14. This specialized writing class           series of challenges where students will
books written by Laura Ingalls Wilder. You           concentrates on the building block of writ-          compete as teams against each other to ac-
don't have to read the "Little House" books          ing-the sentence. Learn to identify the parts        complish specific tasks. Each challenge com-
to have a bucketful of fun! $185 (includes           of speech, study the correct use of verbs, de-       bines environmental principles, physics, and
$35 materials fee*)                                  termine subject/predicate, examine phrases           basic elements of design and engineering.
6123 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      and clauses, and construct sentences using           After mastering the beginning concepts, stu-
     (no class 7/4) $163                        HR   proper grammar and punctuation. By means             dents will face a final challenge to earn the
6122 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR   of group editing, you will explore the funda-        title "Junkyard Warrior" and become protec-
                                                     mentals of good sentence structure, bringing         tors of the environment.This class is offered
                                                     clarity to your writing. This course will help       in cooperation with Black Rocket Produc-
XK 145      Hands on Chemistry                                                                            tions, LLC. 1 week. $195** (includes $20
                                                     you prepare for various standardized writing
Ages 11-14. Taught in a chemistry lab, this          tests. 1 week $155 (includes $5 materials            materials fee*)
course enables the student to learn terminol-        fee*)                                                6326 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01        HR
ogy and with the use of lab instruments to           6235 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR    3889 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR
collect, organize, calculate and interpret find-     6234 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR
ings while performing experiments. Learn the
difference between an acid and a base, how
"cool" dry ice can be, and the three states of
matter. Learning concepts include atoms and
bonding, polymer chemistry, reactions, densi-
ty, and more. All students will take home a
recipe booklet of their experiments. 1 week
$175 (includes $25 materials fee*)
3650 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15 ST Building



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     XK 292      Leadership Skills                        XK 378      Mandarin Chinese for Middle              XK 344      Middle School Pets and Vets
     Ages 13 and above. Learn how to become                           School Students                          Ages 11-14. Advance your learning about pet
     a leader in high school and beyond! Dis-             Ages 11-14. Ni hao. Chinese is the top up-           ownership and the many roles veterinarians
     cover if you are already a leader, learn about       and-coming world language. This course in-           play. Develop skills in training pets and pro-
     leadership skills, create ways to model lead-        troduces you to the basics of speaking               moting their good health. Hands-on activities
     ership in school, and brainstorm ways you            Chinese. Focus on practical, spoken, every-          will be provided as you continue to study
     can serve your community. Enhance intra              day Mandarin through pronunciation and               facts about animal behavior, tricks, and tips.
     and inter personal skills; gain self-confidence      recognizing Chinese characters. Explore his-         1 week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)
     and self-actualization; learn to think, write,                                                            6350 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01     HR
                                                          tory, holidays, calligraphy, crafts, foods, and      6263 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22      HR
     read, present, and research critically. 1 week       many other aspects of Chinese culture. 2
     $150 (includes $5 materials fee*)                    weeks $270 (includes $20 materials fee*)
     6215 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR    6289 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 12        HR    XKE 115 Mixed Media Collage
                                                                                                               Ages 11-14. Explore the latest trend in the
     XK 284      Legal Eagles: Trial by Jury              XK 370      Manga for Students                       art world: Altered Books. Beginning with a
     Ages 11-14. Innocent or guilty? Take turns           Ages 11-14. Join in the newest trend in car-         discarded hard-back book, you will utilize a
     playing prosecutor, judge, and jury in this in-      tooning and animation. Manga, or Japanese            wide variety of art techniques to create your
     triguing introduction to law and the court           comic book art, has a certain characteristic         own Fine Art Book. You will cut, paint,
     system. You get to hear cases, present testi-        look, whether hand drawn or computer gen-            make your own paper, draw, print, and col-
     mony, and decide the verdict in a mock               erated, and it also incorporates a writing           lage to express your theme. This mixed
     trial. 1 week $155 (includes $5 materials            component. Create manga characters, devel-           media experience will challenge your cre-
     fee*)                                                op a storyline, and lay out comic pages in           ativity and artistic skills. 1 week $153** (in-
     6206 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                          this contemporary class. Practice penciling,         cludes $25 materials fee*)
          (no class 7/4) $133                        HR                                                        Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
     6342 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR   inking, and lettering techniques. This course             (no class 7/4)                         HR
     6207 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05          HR   is meant for the student who has some fa-
                                                          miliarity with these unique comic book col-
                                                          lections. Work with an award-winning local           XK 142      Model United Nations
     XK 136      Legal Eagles II-The Supreme              artist with specialized experience in the field.     Ages 11-14. Become one of the 400,000 stu-
                 Court                                    1 week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)            dents around the world who participate in
                                                          6279 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15        HR    Model United Nations every year! Partici-
     Ages 11-14. Learn all the facets of the
                                                          6278 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR
     Supreme Court and participate in a moot              6277 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR
                                                                                                               pants in this program will assume the role
     court. A moot court is an activity in which                                                               of an ambassador to the United Nations and
     participants take part in simulated court pro-                                                            represent their countries to solve current,
     ceedings, drafting briefs and participating in       XK 302      Math Puzzles for Middle                  real world issues. Throughout the week stu-
     oral argument. Moot court does not involve                       Schoolers                                dents will research a world problem, devel-
     actual testimony by witnesses or the presen-                                                              op solutions, and negotiate consensus with
                                                          Ages 11-14. Keep your mental abilities stim-
     tation of evidence, but is focused solely on                                                              their peers. This program prepares teenagers
                                                          ulated through the summer slump with this
     the application of the law. In participating in                                                           in core skills such as research, writing, pub-
                                                          creative course. There will be problems to
     a Moot Court students will review case law                                                                lic speaking, problem solving, consensus
                                                          solve and projects to complete, working
     precedents and apply them to relevant pres-                                                               building, conflict resolution, compromise and
                                                          alone and in groups. This is a great way to
     ent day scenarios. They will participate in                                                               cooperation. Model UN alumni have gone
                                                          sharpen math skills and learn new concepts.
     oral arguments before a panel of student                                                                  on to become supreme court justices, world
                                                          1 week $155 (includes $5 materials fee*)
     judges and/or play student judges. They will         6225 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR
                                                                                                               leaders, lawyers, business professionals, and
     debate previous Supreme Court cases and              6227 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR    even famous Hollywood actors. No prior ex-
     discuss new rulings handed down by the                                                                    perience is needed. Offered in cooperation
     court. They will watch interviews of the                                                                  with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. 1 week
     judges and listen to Supreme Court audio of          XK 339      Middle School Math Review                $200 (includes $20 materials fee*)
     past oral arguments. 1 week $155 (includes           Ages 11-14. Start improving your math skills         3637 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29      HR
     $5 materials fee*)                                   by taking this valuable review course. In this
     3646 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR    relaxed environment, practice mixed num-
                                                          bers, repeating and terminating decimals,
                                                          percents, and other "hang ups," and increase
                                                          your mathematical ability. You should be at
                                                          grade level in math. Bring a calculator to
                                                          class. 1 week $155 (includes $5 materials
                                                          fee*)
                                                          6348 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR
                                                          6255 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                               (no class 7/4) $133                        HR
                                                          6257 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR
                                                          6256 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29          HR




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XK 374      Money Matters                          XKE 154 New Clown in Town                           XK 252      Photoshop Phun
Ages 11-14. How do you spend your money?           Ages 11-14. Are you known as a funny char-          Ages 11-14. You can do amazing things with
Wisely, if you take this course. Explore the       acter? Do you enjoy making others laugh?            Photoshop. You can put your head on some-
power of personal choices and learn to de-         Bring out your silly side and polish your           one else's body, place yourself on Mt. Ever-
velop winning moves with money. Learn              funny bone techniques. Working alone and            est, or position yourself on a surfboard in
about checking and savings accounts, credit        as part of a group, develop time-honored            Hawaii. Using up-to-date software, learn im-
vs. debit usage, ATM cards, budgeting, taxes,      skills as you apply a unique professional           portant features for digital image enhance-
insurance, credit history, and investing, just     clown face, craft and present an original           ment, photo retouching (such as taking the
to mention a few tools of the trade. Devel-        clown skit, and explore proper use of body          red eye out of photos or lightening and dark-
op real-life skills and responsibilities by set-   movement, props, and pantomime to ensure            ening a picture), and image compositioning.
ting financial goals and evaluating financial      a successful performance. In addition, your         Bring your digital camera and cables if you
scenarios that build wealth while being a          routine may involve juggling, slapstick, and        have them, but they are not required.
wise consumer. You'll need a basic calcula-        improvisation, singing, and telling funny sto-      Parental permission for the student to access
tor. 2 weeks. $258 (includes $20 materials         ries. Learn professional trade secrets as you       the Internet is required. Attendance is
fee*)                                              work toward a final "All Clown All-Stars" per-      mandatory on the first day of class. 1 week
6286 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 15             formance for your parents and classmates.           $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)
     (no class 7/4)                          HR    Be a captain of comedy. Limited to 12. 1            6168 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HR
                                                   week $175** (includes $25 materials fee*)           6169 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15    HR
                                                   6325 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05        HR    6170 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22    HR
XKE 137 Monsters in the Movies
Ages 11-14. Dracula, Frankenstein, the
Mummy, and the Phantom all come to life            XK 274      Note Taking and Memory                  XK 368      Psychology of Behavior
in this class. Where did they begin, and why                   Strategies                              Ages 11-14. There's an old adage that says
are they still so popular? Watch the movies                                                            you can't judge others until you know your-
                                                   Ages 11-14. Outlining using three-column            self. Study basic human development and
(some may be scary to younger kids), read          notes, and mapping are some of the skills
about their origins, and separate fact from                                                            some reasons we behave as we do. Learn
                                                   demonstrated in this course to enhance or-          from a personality test how you operate
fiction. 1 week $155** (includes $5 materi-        ganizational skills in various learning situa-
als fee*)                                                                                              alone and in groups, your preferred mode of
6360 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01      HR
                                                   tions. Visualization, linking, and association      learning, how you make decisions, and gen-
                                                   help you figuratively tie strings on your mem-      erally how you look at life and live it. Ex-
                                                   ory capabilities. 1 week $155 (includes $5          plore how knowing these things about
XK 269      Mysteries in History                   materials fee*)                                     yourself can influence your behavior and de-
                                                   6190 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
Ages 11-14. Who built Stonehenge and why?               (no class 7/4) $133                       HR   cisions. 1 week $160 (includes $10 materials
Where are the Seven Wonders of the World,          6191 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15         HR   fee*)
and who decided they were wonderful?               6192 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR   6272 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HR
What happened to the people of Easter Is-          6193 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR
land? How did the Egyptians build the pyra-
mids without using pulleys? These and other
                                                                                                       XK 108      Robotics with NXT
mysterious events in history make learning
                                                   XK 149      Philosophy and World                    Ages 11-14. Do you know what a robot is
an exciting process and introduce you to in-                   Religions                               capable of doing? Get ready to take control!
triguing events from the past. This class is a     Ages 11-14. Discover the similarities and dif-      You will build robots, program them to ac-
historic version of "Unsolved Mysteries" and       ferences of both philosophers and religions         complish tasks, respond to external stimuli,
promises to be just as entertaining. 1 week        as you compare and contrast questions               and overcome challenges. Using the NXT
$155 (includes $5 materials fee*)                  about right versus wrong, instinct versus           brick from LegoTM, you will control the
6340 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12      HR    knowledge, science versus myth. Students            robot using NXT programming language and
                                                   taking this class will begin each day by            software programming techniques. Experi-
                                                   learning about one of the five major religions      ence the challenges of navigation, avoiding
XK 110      Myth, Magic and Mayhem                                                                     and climbing over obstacles, and moving ob-
                                                   (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam,
Ages 11-14. Explore the magical world of           and Judaism) practiced in our world today.          jects. This class is offered in cooperation
mythology and see how ancient people used          In the second part of each class, students          with DN Camp Stars. 1 week $195 (includes
these fantastic tales to make sense of the         will learn and discuss various principles of        $20 materials fee*)
world around them. We'll map the world,            western( or Greek) philosophy. Students will        6113 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12   HR
the skies, and the family trees of these an-       move beyond simple name recognition of
cient stories and discover how the great           philosophers including Aristotle, Hippocrates,
gods of old still live in our world today. 1       Plato and Socrates. This is an exciting op-
week $160 (includes $10 materials fee*)            portunity for middle schoolers to explore a
6115 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15      HR
6116 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR    subject not part of the normal curriculum,
                                                   sharpen reasoning skills, and define person-
                                                   al ethics and values. 1 week $155 (includes
                                                   $5 materials fee*)
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     XK 303      Science Experiments for                  XKE 167 Summer Sewing                              XK 275       Time Management and Test
                 Middle Schoolers                         Ages 11-14. Have you ever wanted to learn                       Taking Skills
     Ages 11-14. Take science out of the abstract         how to make decorative items for your bed-         Ages 11-14. Learn how to eliminate wasted
     and into reality. Explore the mysteries of           room? This class will give you the skills to       time for homework and chores and to cre-
     physical science as you experience the thrill        make a cupcake pin cushion, decorative pil-        ate an ideal study schedule chart that you
     of experimentation, scientific inquiry, and hy-      low and a bedside book holder. This course         can follow. Discover clues to taking various
     pothesis testing. Learn by doing. This week          will introduce you to sewing by hand, adding       kinds of tests that are immediately useful.
     of discovery is fun, yet teaches fundamental         embellishments, using a sewing machine,            Scan for chapter headings, key words, and
     skills that can be used in any classroom. 1          following a pattern, and hemming tech-             ideas that often appear on class quizzes and
     week $170 (includes $20 materials fee*)              niques. You will be sewing the first day! 1        exams. 1 week $155 (includes $5 materials
     6345 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01 ST Building   week $170** (includes $20 materials fee*)          fee*)
     6228 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08       3948 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29       HR    6196   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR
          (no class 7/4) $148               ST Building                                                      6198   Mon-Fri   1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22        HR
     6229 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22 ST Building                                                      6197   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29       HR
                                                          XKE 118 Super Sports Fan                           6194   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05       HR
                                                          Ages 11-14. Are you a sports enthusiast?           6195   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12       HR
     XK 304      Speaking Japanese for                    Learn about the players, coaches, and he-
                 Students                                 roes of the American sports you play and           XK 262       Young Inventors At Work
     Ages 11-14. Discover an exotic and unique            watch. Take part in a mock NBA draft, play
     alphabet that currently is "hot" among fans          fantasy football, design a team pennant,           Ages 11-14. Get a head start as an inventor
     of Anime, Pokemon, and Yu-gi-oh. Identify            learn sports trivia, and watch sports bloop-       or business owner. You will be involved in
     certain Japanese characters, learn simple            ers. Get the latest in sports news here as         activities that can improve everyday life by
     sentences, practice pronunciation, describe          you become a knowledgeable spectator in            applying practical uses of an invention.
     common objects using basic vocabulary, and           this interactive and lively class. 1 week          Learn the development process of being an
     enjoy getting introduced to Japanese culture.        $155** (includes $5 materials fee*)                inventor, from finding an idea and creating
     2 weeks $248 (includes $10 materials fee*)           6309 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR    a working model to patenting, manufacturing,
     6231 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 08                                                                  and researching markets for the invention. If
          (no class 7/4)                            HR                                                       you like to solve problems, brainstorm ideas,
                                                          XK 119      Television and Screen Acting           and make things work better, take this
                                                          Ages 11-14. From the first time you said "let's    course! 1 week $170 (includes $20 materials
     XK 245      Speaking Spanish for                     pretend," you were learning to act. Yet the        fee*)
                 Students                                 art of acting is a true craft, one that the mas-   6179 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22            HR
     Ages 11-14. Don't take a siesta this summer,         ters learn, practice, and hone. The greatest
     amigo! Join the fiesta of learning that takes        actors take the audience on a journey with
     place in this fun language class. Simple sen-        them. Embark on this journey and in this           TRANSITIONAL
     tences, grammar usage, and vocabulary
     words are introduced, and conversation is
                                                          camp, learn auditioning, scene blocking, un-
                                                          derstanding context, learning lines, script        CLASSES (Ages 10-16)
     emphasized. Expand your horizons and                 reading, and working with a director and the
     learn more about Hispanic culture, foods,            camera, refining each and every take. We'll        XK 256       3D Animation
     and music. 2 weeks $270 (includes $10 ma-            focus on commercial shots, television and
                                                                                                             Ages 10-16. Learn how to develop 2D and
     terials fee*)                                        movie scenes, and the use of improv as a
                                                                                                             3D animation for use in presentations and
     6167 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 12         HR    learning technique. Your head shots, re-
                                                                                                             multimedia applications. Generate 3D mod-
                                                          sumes, and commercials will be hosted on
                                                                                                             els using vertices, edges, and polygons that
                                                          a secure student website to share with
     XK 372      Structural Engineering Using             friends and family! This course is offered in
                                                                                                             are manipulated to shape your objects. Imag-
                 Bridges                                                                                     ine the process as working with hi-tech Play-
                                                          cooperation with Black Rocket Productions,
                                                                                                             Doh. Use Animation software, create
     Ages 11-14. Explore and build 7 key bridge           LLC. 1 week $195 (includes $20 materials
                                                                                                             storyboards to produce animations, and con-
     types: beam, truss arch, cantilever, suspen-         fee*)
                                                          6121 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12      HR
                                                                                                             struct interfaces between the various graphic
     sion, cable, stayed, and movable/bascule.                                                               and animation programs. 2 weeks $270 (in-
     Learn about the structural qualities of these                                                           cludes $10 materials fee*)
     bridges and the financial stakes involved. As        XKE 132 Three Dimensional Art                      6174 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 08
     a final project, teams will compete to build                                                                 (no class 7/4) $248                      Nursing
     their own cost-effective and structurally            Ages 11-14. Explore color, composition, and        6175 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 22       Nursing
     sound bridge. This class is offered in coop-         texture as you create mobiles, stabiles, and       6176 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Aug 05       Nursing
     eration with DNCamp Stars. 1 week $195 (in-          assemblages. All materials are provided. 1
     cludes $30 materials fee*)                           week $170** (includes $20 materials fee*)
                                                          6321 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12       HR
     6283 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR




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XKE 165 American Popular Music                     XKE 108 Creating Games With                         XK 146      Geometry Review
Ages 11-15. Join us as we take an auditory                 GameMakerTM                                 Ages 12-16. Get set and "line up" to review
journey through music in the US and as we          Ages 12-16. Get introduced to the game de-          Geometry skills such as points, segments, tri-
listen to and learn about the genres, com-         sign process and the software available that        angles, polygons, circles, solid figures and
posers and songs that people have enjoyed          can be used to create your own computer             their connected relationships as a mathe-
through the generations. In looking at the         games. Study examples of various game gen-          matical system. The focus is on comparisons
music that helped shape America, students          res including platform, adventure, and maze         between figures and shapes, volumes, con-
will be exposed to traditional music, classi-      games, and look at a range of games creat-          gruency, similarity, transformation and coor-
cal American composers, blues and jazz as          ed with the GameMakerTM software. Design            dinate Geometry. You'll go over patterns,
you work toward hip-hop, rap, R & B and            and develop your own computer games.                measurements, formulas and proofs. You
contemporary music. Other stops along the          Merge a variety of media to create a com-           should have completed a Geometry class. 1
way will include bluegrass, country, rock &        plete game that can be played by friends            week $170 (includes $20 materials fee*)
roll, Motown, disco, and other styles that                                                             3654 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05     HR
                                                   and posted on the Internet. Although you
have inspired people through the years. 1          will play a sampling of GameMakerTM games,
week $160** (includes $10 materials fee*)          you should come to this class prepared to           XKE 166 Global Groove: Music Around
4019 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29       HR
                                                   focus on game design and development. 1                     the World
                                                   week $165** (includes $15 materials fee*)
XK 140      Amusement Park Science                 6356 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01         HR   Ages 10-15. Have you ever heard a gamelan?
                                                   6299 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08      What's a Shamisan? What does a didgeri-
Ages 12-15. Have you ever gone to a theme               (no class 7/4) $143                       HR   doo? Travel the world through music as we
park and wondered "How did they do that"?          6297 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22         HR   make stops in Asia, Europe, Africa, the
Well it's your turn. This course takes you be-     6298 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29         HR
                                                   6296 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05         HR
                                                                                                       Americas and the Pacific. At each destina-
hind your favorite attractions. As a armchair                                                          tion, students will investigate music and per-
theme park fan, work with a class of other                                                             formance forms associated with the cultures
enthusiasts to design your own park and it's       XK 107      Dissecting Computer                     of the region. Highlights will include stops in
attractions. Take a creative imagination,                      Technology                              Japan, Australia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Ireland,
some familiarity with motion, physics, force,                                                          and many more. 1 week $160** (includes
friction, and create a K'NEX roller coaster.       Ages 10-16. Sure, you know how to use your
                                                                                                       $10 materials fee*)
Experience the thrills and spills of kinetic en-   computer, but do you know how it works?             4020 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05     HR
ergy though your feet never leave the              What is an I/O port? What is a mother-
ground. 1 week $170 (includes $20 materi-          board? How does the memory work with the
als fee*)                                          hard drive? We'll take a working computer           XK 139      Google SketchUp Explored
3652 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22       HR    apart, examine the pieces, and put it back          Ages 12-15. SketchUp makes 3 D modeling
                                                   together! Will it still work? That's up to you!     fun. Model a city. Design a room. Invent a
                                                   Find out why those disks are called "flop-          new machine. There's no limit to what you
XK 365      Computer Keyboarding for               pies" when they are hard. We'll also explore        can create with SketchUp. Working with two
            Middle School                          the evolution of personal computing and             dimensional and three dimensional features,
Ages 11 - 16. The better you can type, the         what tomorrow may hold for technology.              you can calculate precise measurements,
easier it is to write those school papers and      This class is offered in cooperation with           paint your model with your choice of colors
work on your computer. If you are a begin-         DNCamp Stars. 1 week $195 (includes $20             and textures, and even dissect your model
ner and want to learn finger placement and         materials fee*)                                     to see its inner mechanisms. Whether you
computer parts, and develop typing speed           6111 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15        HR    are interested in architectural design, digital
                                                   6110 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR
and accuracy, sign up for this class now. 2        6112 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12        HR    entertainment, construction or engineering,
weeks $265 (includes $5 materials fee*)                                                                SketchUp is for you. 1 week $170 (includes
6270 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 22      HR                                                        $20 materials fee*)
6271 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 22       HR    XK 137      Engineering Design                      3653 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01      HR
                                                   Ages 12-15. Learn how to design engineer-
                                                   ing solutions to real world problems through
                                                   documentation, experimentation, and con-
                                                   struction. Try your hand at the design
                                                   process using a 12 step procedure to com-
                                                   plete a solution, starting with sketching iso-
                                                   metric, oblique, and multi-view sketches.
                                                   Create a puzzle cube, design a mini golf
                                                   course, and build a working multi-simple
                                                   Rube Goldberg machine. 1 week $170 (in-
                                                   cludes $20 materials fee*)
                                                   3645 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jun 27-Jul 01       HR




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     XK 131       History of Animated Film              XK 232      Introduction to Visual Basic         XKE 159 Painting With Picasso and
     Ages 11-16. More than just "cartoons", ani-        Ages 11-16. Empower yourself with the tech-              O'Keefe
     mated film reflects the cultural values of the     nological skills needed to advance in the        Ages 10-16. Learn about Pablo Picasso's di-
     societies and times in which they were             fast-paced computer world. Learn project de-     verse styles of painting during his Blue Peri-
     made. This course explores animated film           sign, the Visual Basic toolbox, and many el-     od, African influenced work, and Cubism.
     from its birth at the beginning of the 20th        ements of the BASIC language. Enjoy              Study Georgia O'Keefe's bold paintings of
     century, through the "Golden Ages" of Dis-         detailed computer projects that you can          flowers, rocks and animal bones from the
     ney, Warner Brothers, and 1980s Japanese           build and run, including a number-guessing       Southwest landscape. Learn how to paint
     animation to the modern classics of Pixar          game, a card game, an allowance calculator,      like these masters by using color theory,
     and Studio Ghibli. Students will examine           a drawing program, and a simple video            mixing colors, composition, and basic paint-
     changes in filmmaking techniques from              game. No prior programming experience is         ing techniques. Create your own master-
     silent, hand rendered celluloid shorts up          necessary; however, you should be comfort-       pieces to take home and enjoy. 1 week
     through the current CGI revolution. Assess         able working in the Windows environment,         $170** (includes $20 materials fee*)
     how animation reflects gender roles, political     know how to find files, move and restore         3649 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR
     values, and how society views its heroes and       windows, and know what file extensions are       3651 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12:02pm, Jul 18-Jul 22   HR
     villains. In addition, students will engage in     and how to identify them. 1 week $165 (in-
     classroom discussions and creative activities      cludes $15 materials fee*)
                                                        6150 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12    HR    XKE 107 SimcityTM: Urban Planner
     to develop the themes of the course. (All
     films used will be age appropriate and were        6151 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12     HR    Ages 10-16. SimCityTM is a city management
     created for young audiences but may contain                                                         and planning game that simulates all of the
     mild cartoon violence.) 1 week $165 (in-           XK 135      Journey to Middle Earth:             problems, infrastructure, needs, and de-
     cludes $15 materials fee*)                                                                          mands of the "people" who live in your Sim
     6141 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12       HR               World of J.R.R. Tolkien              City. You are the mayor of a new city and,
                                                        Ages 11-16. Join us as we focus on the lit-      starting with a small amount of money and
                                                        erary phenomenon of J.R.R. Tolkien and the       piece of land, you control everything from
     XK 231       HTML for Students                     amazing world he created in The Hobbit,          healthcare to roads and buildings. If you at-
     Ages 11-16 Hypertext Markup Language               Lord of the Rings, Children of Hurin and         tract employers and zone residential areas,
     (HTML) is the language of the World Wide           other books. Using readings from these           people will move to your city. Once your city
     Web. Learn how to use inline images, image         books at the level of plot, character, setting   is up and running, you can drop a disaster
     maps, hyperlinks, and other graphics to pro-       and idea as well as viewing film clips from      such as a fire or a twister anywhere in your
     duce a personal webpage that is attractive,        Peter Jackson's "Rings" trilogy, companions      city. There is no winning or losing in this
     readable, and easy to navigate. Internet be-       of this week long "Fellowship" will have an      game--only fun! You just keep building, im-
     ginners are welcome. 1 week $165 (includes         opportunity to immerse themselves in the         proving your city and solving problems. Re-
     $15 materials fee*)                                cultures, life ways, skills, and traditions of   quirements include an active imagination
     6335   Mon-Fri   1pm-4:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01    HR   Tolkien's Middle Earth. Included among the       and attention to detail. 1 week $165** (in-
     6145   Mon-Fri   1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15    HR
     6146   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22   HR
                                                        week's activities will be: obtaining a working   cludes $15 materials fee*)
                                                        knowledge of the Elvin language of "Ten-         6293 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR
     6148   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05   HR
                                                        guar" (currently taught for credit at Oxford     6294 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29      HR
     6149   Mon-Fri   8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12   HR
                                                                                                         6295 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 08-Aug 12      HR
                                                        University in England), making a personal
                                                        "Lord of the Rings" T-shirt, compiling a col-
     XK 233       HTML-Part II for Students             lection of Hobbit recipes from The Shire,        XK 130      Trivia Challenge
     Ages 11-16. If you have completed HTML or          sampling the music of Middle Earth, and cre-     Ages 12-16. Learn, compete, and choose var-
     have a good grasp of the basics for Hyper-         ating a personal handmade and decorated          ious formats and strategies that could lead to
     text Markup Language, this course is for you.      journal to record one's own epic adventures.     winning an academic quiz competition in
     Create more complex documents using                1 week $175 (includes $15 materials fee)         high school, collegiate quiz bowl and be-
     HTML. Expand basic techniques, write soft-         3655 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29     HR
                                                                                                         yond. You will practice writing questions
     ware for troubleshooting, maintain Web-                                                             after being familiarized with quiz bowl ques-
     pages, and much more. At the end of the            XKE 121 Painting Like Van Gogh and               tions and answers in different disciplines for
     course you will create your own project. 1                                                          your age range. This information will im-
     week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)                    Monet
     6152 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29        HR
                                                                                                         prove and expand your knowledge base and
                                                        Ages 10-16. Through your artist's eye, exam-     will give you insight into how question writ-
                                                        ine Vincent van Gogh's Holland and see his       ers decide what's worth asking about. You
                                                        colorful sunflower and landscape paintings.      will then practice memorization, study skills,
                                                        Study Claude Monet's property in Giverny,        work in teams, play on questions to improve
                                                        France, and delight in his atmospheric water     your buzzer skills and learn how to compete
                                                        lily series. Learn how to paint like these       in select situations including "National Acad-
                                                        masters by using color theory, mixing colors,    emic Quiz Tournament" and "It's Academic."
                                                        composition, and basic painting techniques.      Limited enrollment. 1 week $160 (includes
                                                        Create your own masterpieces to take home        $10 materials fee*)
                                                        and enjoy. 1 week $170** (includes $20 ma-       6139 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22      HR
                                                        terials fee*)                                    6140 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05       HR
                                                        6358 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HVPA
                                                        6311 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22    HVPA



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XK 234      Windows Software                      XK 254      College Prep and Advanced             XK 371      Extended Algebra I Review
            Applications                                      Writing Skills                        Ages 14 and above. If you are a rising Al-
Ages 11-16. This overview class introduces        Ages 14 and above. Learn how to write at          gebra II, Geometry, or second-year Algebra 1
you to personal computer terminology and          college level! Compose a variety of essays as     student, this is your chance to cover funda-
applications such as word processing,             well as a high school level research paper.       mental concepts in more depth to get ready
spreadsheets, databases, and presentation         Write papers based on self-selected topics.       for more difficult applications. Topics include
graphics using the Windows XP environ-            In addition, you will learn how to evaluate       operations with positive and negative num-
ment. Use Microsoft Office Word 2007,             reliable research sources, organize informa-      bers, families of functions from linear to
Excel, Access, and PowerPoint in this             tion, control language, and critique your writ-   quadratic to rational and exponential, equa-
hands-on course. 1 week $165 (includes $15        ing. 2 weeks $275 (includes $15 materials         tions, polynomials, and systems of equations,
materials fee*)                                   fee*)                                             inequalities, graphing, word problems, and
6153 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29     HR    6173 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Aug 05      HR    radicals. Bring a notebook and calculator to
                                                                                                    class. You should have completed an Alge-
                                                                                                    bra 1 course. 2 weeks. $260 (includes $10
XK 111      Wonder of Programming with            XK 257      Creative Writing for High             materials fee*)
            Alice                                             School                                6281 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 22     HR
                                                                                                    6280 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Aug 05     HR
Ages 10-16. Alice is an innovative 3D pro-        Ages 14 and above. Explore the world of
gramming environment developed by the             your imagination and create free verse,
late Dr. Randy Pausch, author of the Last         blank verse, lyric poetry, character sketches,    XK 235      Javascript for Students
Lecture from Carnegie Mellon University.          personal narratives, and dramatic mono-           Ages 14 and above. JavaScript adds interac-
This program uses an object-oriented soft-        logues. Learn techniques of journal writing.      tivity, animation, and other tricks to your
ware design process and is the newest com-        You will publish a literary magazine using a      Web pages. Learn the range of functions and
puter science option in school systems            PC. 2 weeks $275 (includes $15 materials          web features supported by the JavaScript
around the nation. It allows you to learn         fee*)                                             programming language, and program a series
fundamental programming concepts without          6177 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 22      HR
                                                                                                    of JavaScripts that implement the range of
using traditional programming codes and                                                             functions, including dynamic date and time
makes it easy to create an animation for          XK 381      Dealing With Dollars                  display, rollovers, browser redirection, forms,
telling a story, playing an interactive game,                                                       and clocks. Prerequisites: HTML I and II. 1
or making a video to share on the web.            Ages 14 and above. Are you a savvy shop-
                                                  per? Do you know how to manage your               week $165 (includes $15 materials fee*)
Alice allows you to see immediately how                                                             6154 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12      HR
programs run by manipulating objects in           money? Test your money management skills
their virtual world using techniques of drag      and become an educated consumer who
and drop of graphic tiles. 1 week $160 (in-       makes smart financial decisions. Learn help-      XK 318      Practical Preparation for
cludes $10 materials fee*)                        ful tricks for budgeting, investing money,                    PSAT/NMSQT
6117 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Aug 01-Aug 05     HR    using a credit card or ATM, saving for col-
6118 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05      HR    lege, and calculating expenses of buying and      Ages 14 and above. Review basic math
                                                  owning a car. Make your money work for            through geometry including quantitative com-
                                                  you! 1 week $155 (includes $5 materials           parison and calculation practice. Verbal re-
                                                                                                    view covers sentence completion, critical
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS                              fee*)
                                                  6290 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 11-Jul 15     HR    reading, and writing skills that identify sen-
(Ages 14 & above)                                                                                   tence errors. Take both math and verbal in
                                                                                                    a one-week morning and afternoon time
                                                  XK 294      Debating Strategies                   frame. This course is recommended for stu-
XM 351      Car Maintenance for Teens             Ages 14 and above. Do you have strong             dents who have taken algebra and geometry.
Ages 15-17. You are finally ready to drive a      opinions? Are you trying to understand            You must bring a calculator for the math
car, but do you know how to take care of it?      today's world? Learn about controversial is-      section and a comprehensive dictionary for
Car safety and routine maintenance are key        sues in society and how to defend and de-         the verbal section. Textbook is provided. 1
to a successful driving experience. In this       bate your position. Strengthen your critical      week/full day $285 (includes $20 materials
class, you will discuss and observe how to        thinking skills and learn how to construct        fee*)
keep a car in top running order, including        logical arguments. 1 week $155 (includes $5       6236 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HR
                                                                                                         (Lunch break on your own from 12-1pm
changing tires, oil, filters, belts, and plugs.   materials fee*)                                        with parental permission)
You will become familiar with the car battery,    6216 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29      HR
                                                                                                    6237 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05   HR
brakes, alignment and electrical, cooling and                                                            (Lunch break on your own from 12-1pm
exhaust systems. You will learn about the                                                                with parental permission)
care of the interior and exterior of your ve-                                                       6238 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12   HR
hicle, how to select an auto mechanic, the                                                               (Lunch break on your own from 12-1pm
                                                                                                         with parental permission)
value of keeping good maintenance/repair
records on your vehicle, and purchasing con-
siderations for new and used cars. This class
gives you tips you can really use! Driving
experience required. Textbook provided. 1
week $175 (includes $25 materials fee*)
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     XK 123      Preparing for College                  XK 376      Turning Books Into Film              XK 134      Preparation for the SAT
                 Success                                Ages 14 and above. Focus on the techniques                   Verbal Test
     Ages 14 and above. When you leave high             used by camera operators and directors in        If you are taking the SAT this academic year
     school behind and face a new chapter in            emphasizing thematic goals and character         and only need preparation in the verbal sec-
     your academic life, will you be prepared?          portrayal found in literary versions. Learn      tion, then you should take this course. Par-
     Make the most of this experience by learn-         about camera angles, lighting, editing, and      ents or guardians of students under 16 years
     ing how college performance expectations           camera shots as well as movement and po-         of age will be required to complete a spe-
     and grading differ from high school per-           sitioning of cameras and actors. Films           cial form that will be given to these students
     formance expectations and grading, how to          shown include "Citizen Kane," "Waking Ned        on the first day of class. $175 (includes $30
     manage your time with reading, studying,           Devine," "The Natural," "Mosquito Coast,"        materials fee*)
     and papers to get everything done and still        and other PG-13 selections. 1 week $160 (in-     3668 Tue,Thu 6:30pm-9:30pm, Jun 23-Jul 14     HR
     have a social life (prioritizing & planning),      cludes $10 materials fee*)                       3669 Mon-Fri 9am-1pm, Aug 22-Aug 26           HR
                                                        6287 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22     HR
     and how to tackle performance obstacles
     such as difficult professors and voluminous,                                                        XK 133      Preparation for the SAT Math
     complicated course materials. Examine col-         XK 278      Writing Dynamic College                          Test
     lege resources, test and study techniques,                     Essays
     management styles of course materials, and                                                          If you are taking the SAT this academic year
     writing strategies. Prepare, and succeed! 1        Ages 14 and above. Have you narrowed             and only need preparation in the math sec-
     week $160 (includes $10 materials fee*)            down your college choices and received ap-       tion, then you should take this course. Re-
     6127 Mon-Fri 1pm-4:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15       HR    plications? A good essay can enhance your        view basic math through Algebra II to
                                                        chances of getting into the college of your      prepare for the problem reasoning test. Par-
                                                        choice. Spend this week hammering it out.        ents or guardians of students under 16 years
     XK 261      Research and Study Skills for          Learn crucial techniques. Have rough drafts      of age will be required to complete a spe-
                 Students                               analyzed, proofread, and edited as many          cial form that will be given to these students
     Ages 14 and above. Learn organizational re-        times as needed. Many college applications       on the first day of class. You must bring a
     search and study skills to graduate from high      are online and will be accessible in this        calculator. $140 (includes $30 materials
     school and go on to college-level work. Im-        computer lab class. Get a jump-start on fall     fee*)
     prove your time management, memory re-             obligations and feel confident that your essay   3665 Tue,Thu 6:30pm-9:30pm, Jul 19-Aug 02     HR
                                                        represents you at your best. 1 week $165 (in-    3667 Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:30pm, Aug 22-Aug 26     HR
     tention, notetaking, and test taking skills.
     Review procedures for selecting a topic, de-       cludes $15 materials fee*)
                                                        6199 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 25-Jul 29    HR
     veloping a thesis statement, and creating an
     outline. Learn all the necessary steps that
     lead to writing a great term paper. 2 weeks                                                         LUNCH, BEFORE AND
     $253 (includes $15 materials fee*)                 TEST PREPARATION                                 AFTER CLASS CARE
     6178 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 05-Jul 15
          (no class 7/4)                          HR    (Ages 16 & above)                                (All ages)
     XK 105      Trouble-free Vocabulary                XK 132      Preparation for the SAT              XE 608      Start Up Time
     Ages 14 and above. The English language            You will review basic math through Algebra       Begin the day with a light breakfast, board
     has lots of words, but do you know which           II to prepare for the problem reasoning on       games, and a movie. All sessions run 7:30am-
     words you most need to know? Build your            the SAT test. Verbal preparation includes im-    8:30am. You are encouraged to bring your fa-
     word power by challenging yourself with            proving vocabulary, essay writing, and read-     vorite G or PG-rated movies to share with the
     Brain Ticklers, using a thesaurus and group-       ing comprehension. Test taking tips will be      group, VHS and DVD accepted. Students ar-
     ing words by their derivation. Add over a          included in each session. This course is rec-    riving after 8:20am should proceed directly to
     hundred useful words to your vocabulary by         ommended for students taking the SAT this        their classroom or field. Call 443-797-9388 to
     practicing skills and strategies in a relatively   academic year and who are currently taking       contact staff. Location: HVPA 120. Please see
     painless way. Don't wait for the SAT test to       or have taken geometry. Parents or               http://www.howardcc.edu/about_hcc/getting_a
     roll around to improve your word familiarity       guardians of students under 16 years of age      round/ for a campus map. 1 week $50**
     and usage. 1 week $160 (includes $10 ma-           will be required to complete a special form      6089 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jun 27-Jul 01    HVPA
     terials fee*)                                      that will be given to these students on the      6090 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 05-Jul 08
     6108 Mon-Fri 8:30am-12pm, Jul 18-Jul 22      HR    first day of class. You must bring a calcula-         (no class 7/4) $40                      HVPA
                                                        tor. $295 (includes $30 materials fee*)          3676 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 11-Jul 15    HVPA
                                                        3659 Mon-Fri 9am-1pm, Jun 27-Jul 08              6091 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 18-Jul 22    HVPA
                                                             (no class 7/4) $270                   HR    6092 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 25-Jul 29    HVPA
                                                        3661 Mon-Fri 9am-12:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 22    HR    6093 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Aug 01-Aug 05 HVPA
                                                        3666 Mon-Fri 9am-12:30pm, Jul 25-Aug 05    HR    6094 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Aug 08-Aug 12 HVPA
                                                        3663 Mon-Fri 9am-12:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 19    HR
                                                        3664 Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm, Aug 22-Aug 26     HR




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XE 609      Wind-Down Time                         XE 607 Combo Time                                   XE 666      Lunch Schedule
End the day with movies and a light snack.         Do you have a long commute? Sign up for             All students staying on campus for both
All sessions run 4:30pm -6:30pm. You are           both Start-Up and Wind-Down time at a RE-           morning and afternoon courses must register
encouraged to bring your favorite G or PG-         DUCED RATE. All sessions are held at HVPA           for the supervised lunch hour from 12 noon
rated movies to share with the group, VHS          120. Staff can be reached by calling 443-797-       to 1 pm. Students must register for the ap-
and DVD accepted. Parents/Guardians who            9388. A late fine of $5 per fifteen minutes will    propriate date section. Students ages 7-10
expect to pick up their student(s) after           be charged to those picked up after 6:30pm.         will go to Room HR-108, and students 11
6:30pm are asked to call 443-797-9388 to in-       Please see www.howardcc.edu/about_hcc/get-          and older will go to Room HR-154 at the
form our after care providers. A late fine of      ting_around/ for a campus map. 1 week               Hickory Ridge Building. Age appropriate
$5 per fifteen minutes will be charged for         $110**                                              movies will be shown. Fee covers supervi-
students picked up after 6:30pm. Location:         6328 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jun 27-Jul 01    HVPA   sion, facilities and movies. NONPERISHABLE
HVPA 120. Please see http://www.howard-            6328 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01    HVPA   LUNCHES ARE REQUIRED. NO REFRIGER-
                                                   6083 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 05-Jul 08
cc.edu/about_hcc/getting_around/ for a cam-             (no class 7/4) $88                      HVPA   ATION IS AVAILABLE. 1 week $15**
pus map. 1 week $70**                                                                                  6331 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm, Jun 27-Jul 01           HR
                                                   6083 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
6330 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jun 27-Jul 01   HVPA                                                       7308 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 12pm-1pm, Jul 05-Jul 08
                                                        (no class 7/4) $88                      HVPA
6095 Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm,                                                                         (no class 7/4) $12                        HR
                                                   6084 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 11-Jul 15    HVPA
     Jul 05-Jul 08 (no class 7/4) $56       HVPA                                                       6101 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm, Jul 11-Jul 15           HR
                                                   6084 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15    HVPA
6096 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 11-Jul 15   HVPA                                                       6102 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm, Jul 18-Jul 22           HR
                                                   6085 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 18-Jul 22    HVPA
6097 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22   HVPA                                                       6103 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm, Jul 25-Jul 29           HR
                                                   6085 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 18-Jul 22    HVPA
6098 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29   HVPA                                                       6104 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm, Aug 01-Aug 05           HR
                                                   6086 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Jul 25-Jul 29    HVPA
6099 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05   HVPA                                                       6105 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm, Aug 08-Aug 12           HR
                                                   6086 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Jul 25-Jul 29    HVPA
6100 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12   HVPA   6087 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Aug 01-Aug 05 HVPA
                                                   6087 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Aug 01-Aug 05 HVPA
                                                   6088 Mon-Fri 7:30am-8:30am, Aug 08-Aug 12 HVPA
                                                   6088 Mon-Fri 4:30pm-6:30pm, Aug 08-Aug 12 HVPA




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                                                     Arts Core                                       THET-102   Acting I
     Core                                            ARTT-103
                                                     ARTT-104
                                                                Art Appreciation
                                                                Art History I
                                                                                                     THET-125
                                                                                                     THET-131
                                                                                                                Text Analysis
                                                                                                                Theatre Appreciation
     Requirements                                    ARTT-105
                                                     ARTT-108
                                                                Art History II
                                                                Environmental Design: Introduction
                                                                                                     THET-190
                                                                                                     THET-191
                                                                                                                Theatre History I
                                                                                                                Theatre History II

     and                                                        to the Built Environment
                                                     ARTT-122 History of Modern Art
                                                                                                     THET-202   Acting II
                                                                                                     Humanities Core
     Electives                                       ARTT-140 Photography Appreciation
                                                     ARTT-143 History of Photography
                                                     DANC-103 Dance History through Criticism
                                                                                                     ARTT-101
                                                                                                     ARTT-103
                                                                                                                Two-Dimensional Basic Design
                                                                                                                Art Appreciation
                                                                                                     ARTT-104   Art History I
     Courses Fulfilling                              DANC-190 Dance Appreciation                     ARTT-105   Art History II
     Core Requirements                               ENGL/THET-209 Modern Drama                      ARTT-108   Environmental Design: Introduction
     Each program specifies general educa-           ENGL-217 The English Bible as Literature                   to the Built Environment
     tion courses needed to complete the 35-         ENGL/FILM-218 Introduction to Film and          ARTT-109 Drawing I
     36 credit general education core require-                  Literature                           ARTT-122 History of Modern Art
                                                     ENGL/THET-250 Shakespeare from Page to          ARTT-140 Photography Appreciation
     ment for the Associate of Arts degree.
                                                                Stage                                ARTT-143 History of Photography
     Most of the courses listed below fulfill
                                                     ENGL/FILM/THET-251 Shakespeare from             DANC-103 Dance History through Criticism
     core curriculum requirements at state
                                                                Page to Screen                       DANC-190 Dance Appreciation
     colleges and universities. A few courses        FILM-101 Introduction to Film
     may not transfer as core requirements to                                                        ENGL-126 Introduction to Journalism
                                                     FILM-171 Introduction to the American           ENGL-200 Children's Literature
     every college or university. Check the                     Cinema                               ENGL-201 American Literature I
     requirements of your transfer institution       FILM-172 Introduction to World Cinema           ENGL-202 American Literature II
     before selecting specific courses, or see       FILM-204 Middle Eastern Film                    ENGL-203 English Literature I
     your advisor for assistance.                    FILM/ITAL-205 Italian Film                      ENGL-204 English Literature II
                                                     FILM/FREN-206 French Film                       ENGL-205 The Short Story
     ENGLISH COMPOSITION CORE                        FILM/GERM-207 German Film
     ENGL-121 College Composition*                                                                   ENGL-206 African American Literature
                                                     FILM-208 Asian Film                             ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature
     *ENGL-121 fulfills the state composition core   FILM-209 Scandinavian Film                      ENGL-208 Contemporary American Poetry
     requirement.                                    FILM/RUSS-210 Russian Film                      ENGL/THET-209 Modern Drama
                                                     FILM-211 African Film                           ENGL-210 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and
     ARTS AND HUMANITIES CORE                        FILM/ENGL-218 Introduction to Film and                     Drama
     Literature Core                                            Literature                           ENGL-211 Science Through Science Fiction
     ENGL-200 Children's Literature                  FILM/PHIL-260 Film and Philosophy               ENGL/WMST-212 By and About Women
     ENGL-201 American Literature I                  FILM/WMST-270 Women and Film                    ENGL-213 Latin American Literature
     ENGL-202 American Literature II                 FINE-101 Humanities through the Arts            ENGL-214 Middle Eastern Literature
     ENGL-203 English Literature I                   FINE-102 Arts, Cultures, and Ideas              ENGL-217 The English Bible as Literature
     ENGL-204 English Literature II                  FINE-103 Introduction to the Creative Arts      ENGL/FILM-218 Introduction to Film and
     ENGL-205 The Short Story                        FINE/WMST-193 Introduction to Women's                      Literature
     ENGL-206 African American Literature                       Studies: Women, Art, and Culture     ENGL-225 Introduction to World Literature
     ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature                   FINE-200 20th Century Arts, Culture and         ENGL/THET-250 Shakespeare from Page to
     ENGL-208 American Contemporary Poetry                      Ideas - Rouse                                   Stage
     ENGL/THET-209 Modern Drama                      MUSC-100 Fundamentals of Music                  ENGL/FILM/THET-251 Shakespeare from
     ENGL-210 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and    MUSC-101 Music Appreciation                                Page to Screen
               Drama                                 MUSC-102 A Survey of Music Literature           FILM-101 Introduction to Film
     ENGL-211 Science Through Science Fiction        MUSC-107 American Popular Music                 FILM-171 Introduction to the American
     ENGL/WMST-212 By and About Women                MUSC-108 African American Music                            Cinema
     ENGL-213 Latin American Literature              MUSC-202 Music Literature in Context I          FILM-172 Introduction to World Cinema
     ENGL-214 Middle Eastern Literature              MUSC-203 Music Literature in Context II         FILM-204 Middle Eastern Film
     ENGL-217 The English Bible as Literature        MUSC-230 History of Western Art Music I:        FILM/ITAL-205 Italian Film
     ENGL/FILM-218 Introduction to Film and                     Ancient Worlds to the Baroque        FILM/FREN-206 French Film
               Literature                            MUSC-231 History of Western Art Music II:       FILM/GERM-207 German Film
     ENGL-225 Introduction to World Literature                  Classical to End of Nineteenth       FILM-208 Asian Film
     ENGL/THET-250 Shakespeare from Page to                     Century                              FILM-209 Scandinavian Film
               Stage                                 MUSC-232 History of Western Art Music III:      FILM/RUSS-210 Russian Film
     ENGL/FILM/THET-251 Shakespeare from                        The Twentieth Century                FILM-211 African Film
               Page to Screen                        PHIL/FILM-260 Film and Philosophy               FILM/PHIL-260 Film and Philosophy
                                                     THET-101 Introduction to Acting


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FILM/WMST-270 Women and Film                  SOCIAL SCIENCES CORE                           BIOL-200   Microbiology
FINE-101 Humanities through the Arts          History Core                                   BIOL-201   Genetics
FINE-102 Arts, Cultures, and Ideas            HIST-111   American History to 1877            BIOL-202   Genetics Lab
FINE-103 Introduction to the Creative Arts    HIST-112   American History Since 1877         BIOL-203   Anatomy and Physiology I
FINE/      Introduction to Women's Studies:   HIST-121   The Ancient World: Prehistory to    BIOL-204   Anatomy and Physiology II
 WMST-193 Women, Art, and Culture                        The Middle Ages                     BIOL-205   Cell Biology
FINE-200 20th Century Arts, Culture and       HIST-122   Western Civilization and the Pre-   CHEM-101   General Inorganic Chemistry I
           Ideas - Rouse                                 Modern World                        CHEM-102   General Inorganic Chemistry II
HIST-111   American History to 1877           HIST-123   Western Civilization and the        CHEM-103   Fundamentals of General
HIST-112 American History Since 1877                     Modern World                                   Chemistry
HIST-121 The Ancient World: Prehistory to                                                    CHEM-105   Chemistry and Society
           the Middle Ages                    Social and Behavioral Science Core             CHEM-115   Chemistry and Society Lab
HIST-122 Western Civilization and the Pre-    No more than ONE history course can be         CHEM-135   Chemistry for Engineers
           Modern World                       taken in this area.                            CHEM-201   Organic Chemistry I
HIST-123 Western Civilization and the         ANTH-105 Introduction to Cultural              CHEM-202   Organic Chemistry II
           Modern World                                   Anthropology                       GEOL-107   Introduction to Physical Geology
HUMN-102 The Psychology of Happiness: A       ANTH-120 Comparative World Cultures            GEOL-108   Historical Geology
           Humanities Approach                ECON-101 Principles of Economics (Macro)       GEOL-117   Introduction to Physical Geology
HUMN-111 Leadership Development Studies:      ECON-102 Principles of Economics (Micro)                  Lab
           A Humanities Approach              ECON-205 International Economics               GEOL-118   Historical Geology Laboratory
MUSC-100 Fundamentals of Music                GEOG-101 Introduction to World Geography       METO-111   Meteorology
MUSC-101 Music Appreciation                   GEOG-102 Elements of Cultural Geography        METO-112   Meteorology Laboratory
MUSC-102 A Survey of Music Literature         HIST-111    American History to 1877           PHYS-101   Technical Physical Science
MUSC-107 American Popular Music               HIST-112 American History Since 1877           PHYS-103   Fundamentals of Physics I
MUSC-108 African American Music               HIST-121 The Ancient World: Prehistory to      PHYS-104   Fundamentals of Physics II
MUSC-145 Music Technology in Society                      The Middle Ages                    PHYS-106   Earth Space Science
MUSC-202 Music Literature in Context I        HIST-122 Western Civilization and the Pre-     PHYS-107   Physical Science
MUSC-203 Music Literature in Context II                   Modern World                       PHYS-110   General Physics I (Calculus)
MUSC-230 History of Western Art Music I:      HIST-123 Western Civilization and the          PHYS-111   General Physics II (Calculus)
           Ancient Worlds to the Baroque                  Modern World
MUSC-231 History of Western Art Music II:     HIST-201 Europe in the Twentieth Century       MATHEMATICS CORE
           Classical to End of Nineteenth     HIST-202 Issues in History                     MATH-122   Ideas in Mathematics
           Century                            HIST-208 History of Africa                     MATH-128   Concepts of Mathematics II
MUSC-232 History of Western Art Music III:    HIST-209 History of the Middle East            MATH-138   Statistics
           The Twentieth Century              HIST-210 History of Latin America              MATH-141   College Algebra
PHIL-101 Introduction to Philosophy           HIST-211 Asian Civilization-China, Japan,      MATH-143   Precalculus I
PHIL-102 Introduction to Logic                            and Korea                          MATH-145   Business Calculus
PHIL-103 Introduction to Ethics               HIST-213 History of Modern Russia              MATH-153   Precalculus II
PHIL-104 Introduction to Religious Studies    HIST-226 History of African American           MATH-155   Precalculus I & II
PHIL-201 Religions of the World                           Experience                         MATH-181   Calculus I
PHIL-202 Critical Thinking and Creative       POLI-101 American Federal Government           MATH-182   Calculus II
           Problem Solving                    POLI-201 Comparative Government                MATH-186   Introductory Numerical Analysis
SPCH-105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking      POLI-202 International Relations and           MATH-220   Introduction to Discrete Structures
SPCH-110 Interpersonal Communication                      Contemporary Foreign Policy        MATH-240   Calculus III
THET-101 Introduction to Acting               PYSC-101 General Psychology                    MATH-250   Linear Algebra
THET-102 Acting I                             SOCI-101 Introduction to Sociology             MATH-260   Differential Equations
THET-125 Text Analysis                        SOCI-102 Social Problems                       INTERDISCIPLINARY AND
THET-131 Theatre Appreciation                                                                EMERGING ISSUES CORE
THET-190 Theatre History I
                                              SCIENCE CORE
                                              ASTR-104   Elementary Astronomy                AGNG/SOCI-160 The Aging Process:
THET-191 Theatre History II                                                                           Gerontology
                                              ASTR-114   Elementary Astronomy Lab
THET-202 Acting II                                                                           ANTH/ARAB-220 Cultures of the Middle East
                                              BIOL-101   General Biology I
Any course with an AMSL, ARAB (except                                                        BMGT-134 Coaching as a Tool for Effective
                                              BIOL-102   General Biology II
ARAB-220), CHNS, FARS, FREN, GERM,                                                                    Leadership
                                              BIOL-103   Human Heredity
GREK, HBRW, HNDI, ITAL, KORE, PORT,                                                          BMGT-150 International Business Issues
                                              BIOL-104   Oceanography
RUSS, or SPAN (except SPAN-220).                                                                      Seminar
                                              BIOL-105   Environmental Science
                                              BIOL-107   Fundamentals of Microbiology        CMSY-110 Software Applications for Micros
                                              BIOL-115   Environmental Science Lab           CMSY-126 Introduction to the Internet
                                                                                             CMSY-129 Principles of the Internet

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     CRES/HEED-155 Introduction to Conflict         Categories of Electives                               HUMANITIES ELECTIVES
              Resolution                                                                                  Any course with a prefix of AMSL, ARAB,
     ENGL-211 Science through Science Fiction       ARTS & SCIENCES ELECTIVES                             ARTT, CADD-107, CHNS, DANC, ENGL-115,
     ENTR-100 Introduction to the Entrepreneurial   Any course with a prefix of AMSL, ANTH,               -126, any 200 level or higher ENGL course,
              Process                               ARAB, ARCM, ARTT, ASTR, BIOL, CADD-107,               any course with a prefix of FARS, FILM,
     ENTR-101 Entrepreneurship and Creativity       CFOR, CHEM, CHNS, CRES, CMSY-110, -120, -             FINE, FREN, GERM, GREK, HBRW, HIST-111,
     ENTR-215 Taking Innovation to Market           121, -126, -129, -141, -171, -181, -281, any course   -112, -121, -122, -123, HUMN, INDS, ITAL,
                                                    with a prefix of CRIM, DANC, ECON, EDUC,              KORE, MUSC, PHIL, PORT, RUSS, SPAN,
     FYEX-100 First Year Experience
                                                    ENGL (except courses below the 100 level),            SPCH, THET, TVRD, or WMST-193,
     HEED-100 Introduction to Lifetime Fitness
                                                    ENES, ENTR-101, EXSC, FARS, FILM, FINE,               -212, -225, -227 and -228.
     HEED-101 Health and the World of Risk
                                                    FREN, GEOG, GEOL, GERM, GREK, HBRW,
     HEED-102 Introduction to Weight                HEED, HIST, HMDV, HORT, HUMN, HUMS,                   INTERNET ELECTIVES
              Management                            INDS, ITAL, KORE, LFIT-105, -197, -198, -199,         ARTT-260, CMSY-103, CMSY-110, CMSY-113,
     HEED-104 Personal Nutrition Assessment         -298, MATH (except MATH-060, -061, -064,              CMSY-125, CMSY-128, CMSY-139, CMSY-144,
     HEED-106 Introduction to Stress Management     -065, -067, -070, -105, and -108), METO, MUSC,        CMSY-147, CMSY-151, CMSY-152, CMSY-153,
     HEED-109 Basic CPR and First Aid               PHIL, PHYS, POLI, PORT, PSYC, RUSS, SOCI,             CMSY-175, CMSY-195, CMSY-199, CMSY-203,
     HEED-110 Introduction to Personal Wellness     SPAN, SPCH, THET, TVRD, or WMST.                      CMSY-205, CMSY-217, CMSY-248, CMSY-249,
     HEED-112 First Aid and Safety                                                                        CMSY-295, ENTR-205.
     HEED-113 Drug Use and Abuse                    BUSINESS ELECTIVES
                                                    Any course with a prefix of ACCT, BFMT,               MATHEMATICS ELECTIVES
     HEED-115 Personal and Community Health                                                               MATH-122, MATH-127, MATH-128, MATH-138,
                                                    BMGT, CMGT, CMSY, ECON, ENTR, FNPL,
     HEED/WMST-150 Women's Health                                                                         MATH-141, MATH-143, MATH-145, MATH-153,
                                                    HMGT, OFFI, or RETL.
     HEED/CRES-155 Introduction to Conflict                                                               MATH-155, MATH-181, MATH-182, MATH-186,
              Resolution                            CULINARY ELECTIVES                                    MATH-220, MATH-240, MATH-250, MATH-260.
     HEED-200 Health/Fitness Leader                 CMGT-135, CMGT-145, CMGT,-200, CMGT-235,
                                                    CMGT-240, CMGT-250.                                   ORAL COMMUNICATIONS ELECTIVES
     HEED-210 Foundations of Health Education
                                                                                                          ARTT-122, BMGT-175, FINE-102, FINE-193,
              and Health Behavior
                                                    ENGLISH ELECTIVES                                     FINE-200, HMDV-100, MUSC-202, MUSC-203,
     HEED-212 Current Health Issues
                                                    ENGL-115, ENGL-126, any 200 or higher ENGL            SPCH-105, SPCH-110, THET-102, THET-150,
     HEED-213 Stress Management                     course, SPCH-105, SPCH-150, SPCH-160, SPCH-           THET-202, WMST-193, or BIOL-290 Honors, or
     HEED-216 Health Care in the US                 205, THET-150, THET-209, THET-250, WMST-              Social and Behavioral Science core courses.
     HIST/WMST-225 Women in American                212.                                                  Students completing two qualified courses in
              History: Colonial Times to 1880                                                             Social and Behavioral Science Core will have
     HIST/WMST-227 Women in American                ARTS ELECTIVES
                                                                                                          satisfied the Oral Communications require-
              History: 1880 to Present              Any course with a prefix of ARTT, DANC,
                                                                                                          ment.
     HIST/WMST-228 Women in European                ENGL-209, -115, -215, -217, -250, FILM, FINE,
                                                    INDS, LFIT-105, -197, -198, -199, -298, MUSC,         Nursing students meet the oral communica-
              History: 1750 to Present
                                                    THET, or WMST-193.                                    tion requirement through the core nursing
     HMDV-125 Perspectives on Community
                                                                                                          courses in the program of study.
              through Service Learning              GENERAL ELECTIVES
     HMDV-200 Life Span Development                 An elective that can be chosen from any               Students in specific science programs meet
     HUMN-111 Leadership Development Studies:       elective category is called a general elective.       the oral communication requirement through
              A Humanities Approach                 Depending on a student's learning program,            a combination of two courses as follows:
     MUSC-145 Music Technology in Society           students may be able to choose courses                BIOL-101 and BIOL-102, or BIOL-101 and BIOL-
     NUTR-211 Nutrition                             within specific elective categories or they may       200, or BIOL-101 and BIOL-201, or BIOL-101
     POLI-202 International Relations and           be allowed to choose courses from any                 and PHYS-104, or PHYS-110 and PHYS-111.
              Contemporary American Foreign         elective category. Traditional and non-
                                                    traditional course work may be used to fulfill        SCIENCE ELECTIVES
              Policy                                                                                      Any course with a prefix of ASTR, BFMT-200,
     PUBH-101 Introduction to Public Health         elective credit, including general elective
                                                    credit, as appropriate. Electives involve a           BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, METO, or PHYS.
     PUBH-110 Health Care Reform: Cost and
                                                    broader range of courses than general                 SOCIAL SCIENCES ELECTIVES
              Efficacy
                                                    education core courses do. While some                 Any course with a prefix of ANTH, ARAB-
     PUBH-280 Global Health
                                                    courses qualify for both categories, students         220, CRES, CRIM, ECON, GEOG, HIST, POLI,
     SOCI/WMST-111 Introduction to Women's          are responsible for making this distinction
              Studies: Women, Gender, and                                                                 PSYC, SOCI, EDUC-260, HMDV-200, WMST-111,
                                                    and choosing the correct classes. Students            WMST-225, WMST-227, or WMST-228.
              Society                               are encouraged to consult with their advisor.
     SOCI-115 Emerging World Issues
     SOCI/AGNG-160 The Aging Process:               HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT ELECTIVES
              Gerontology                           HGMT-110, HMGT-116, HMGT-160, HMGT-164,
     SPAN-220 Cultures of Mexico                    HMGT-210, HMGT-235, HMGT-243, HMGT-245,
                                                    HMGT-255, HMGT-260




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Once-a-Year                                                       Courses Offered Only in Fall 2011
                                                 DANC-195 Intermediate Tap Dance I               HMGT-260 Fundamentals of Wines, Spirits &
Classes                                          ECON-205 International Economics
                                                 EDUC-205 Materials and Motivations for
                                                                                                           Beers
                                                                                                 HUMS-110 Introduction to Human Services
HCC offers some courses two or more                        Reading for Early Childhood,          LFIT-128 Martial Arts I
times in a year, once in the fall, once                    Elementary and Special Education      MATH-220 Discrete Structures
in the spring, and perhaps again in                        (Infants-Grade 8) Teachers            MUSC-159 Jazz History
summer or winter. But some courses               EDUC-212 Advanced Methods and Materials         MUSC-161 Introduction to Music Therapy and
are offered only once a year, and                EDUC-230 Child Care Center Administration                 Practice
students must keep this in mind when                       and Management                        MUSC-202 Music Literature in Context I
planning schedules.                              ELEC-107 Introduction to Electronic Circuits    MUSC-210 Music Theory, Musicianship and
To help students plan academic                   ELEC-213 Digital Circuits                                 Keyboard Skills III
schedules, the following list specifies          EMSP-160 Prevention and Management of           MUSC-228 Audio Techniques I
courses that are offered only in the                       Emergency Situations                  MUSC-238 Music and Sound Creation I
spring or only in the fall. These are            EMSP-200 Airway, Patient Assessment and         NURS-131 Fundamentals of Nursing for the
not comprehensive lists of all courses                     Trauma Management                               Experienced Health Care Provider
offered. For example, students desiring          ENES-244 Digital Logic Design                   PHIL-201 Religions of the World
to take ARTT-204, Digital Publishing,
                                                 ENGL-216/ Contemporary Drama: Topics in         PHIL-260/ Film and Philosophy
must take the course in Spring 2012.
                                                   THET-216 Diversity                             FILM-260
For more information, contact the                ENGL-218/ Introduction to Film and Literature   PHYS-112 General Physics III (Calculus)
Admissions Office at 443-518-1200.                FILM-218                                       POLI-202 Contemporary American Foreign
                                                 ENGL/FILM/ Writing for Screen Narrative                   Policy
  Courses Offered Only                            TVRD-223                                       PSYC-202 Social Psychology
      in Fall 2011                               ENGL-224/ Writing for Radio and Multimedia      RADT-111 Radiologic Procedures I
                                                  TVRD-224                                       RADT-112 Clinical Radiography I
ACCT-221 Advanced Accounting
                                                 ENGL-226 World Literature I                     RADT-231 Radiologic Procedures IV
ANTH-105 Introduction to Cultural
                                                 ENST-200 Fundamentals of Soil Science           RADT-232 Clinical Radiography IV
         Anthropology
                                                 ENTR-100 Introduction to Entrepreneurship       SOCI-103 Marriage and the Family
ANTH-120 Comparative World Cultures
                                                 EXSC-110 Introduction to Athletic Training      SOCI-111/ Introduction to Women’s Studies:
ARCM-101 Architectural Materials and Methods I
                                                 FILM-218/ Introduction to Film and Literature    WMST-111 Women, Gender and Society
ARCM-220 Construction Cost Estimating
                                                  ENGL-218                                       THET-125 Text Analysis
ARTT-241 Advanced Black and White
                                                 FILM-220 The Films of Woody Allen               THET-137 Sound I
         Photography
                                                 FILM-222 The History of Horror Films            THET-177 Stage Combat
ARTT-247 Photojournalism I
                                                 FILM/ENGL/ Writing for Screen Narrative         THET-190 Theatre History I
ARTT-260 Designing for Interactive
                                                  TVRD-223                                       THET-216/ Contemporary Drama: Topics in
         Environments
                                                 FILM-226 The Western                              ENGL-216 Diversity
ARTT-261 Digital Video
                                                 FILM-260/ Film and Philosophy                   THET-241 Acting for Television
ARTT-270 Multimedia Authoring and Design I
                                                  PHIL-260                                       TVRD-150 Introduction to Radio I
ARTT-280 Web Design and Production I
                                                 HEED-104 Personal Nutrition Assessment          TVRD-222 Sound and Lighting for Television
BIOL-205 Cell Biology
                                                 HEED-106 Introduction to Stress Management      TVRD/ENGL/ Writing for Screen Narrative
BFMT-200 Bioinformatics
                                                 HEED-108 Adult CPR and First Aid                 FILM-223
BMET-211 Biomedical Instrumentation I
                                                 HEED-121 Introduction to Chemical               TVRD-224/ Writing for Radio and Multimedia
CARD-201 Cardiovascular Pharmacology
                                                           Dependency Treatment                   ENGL-224
CARD-220 Cardiovascular Procedures
                                                 HEED-123 Group Counseling Skills                TVRD-230 Television Production I
CARD-221 Diagnostic and Interventional
                                                 HEED-210 Foundations of Health Education        TVRD-250 Radio Production I
         Procedures
                                                           and Health Behavior                   WMST-111/ Introduction to Women’s Studies:
CMGT-135 Baking and Pastries
                                                 HEED-218 Organizational Management in            SOCI-111 Women, Gender and Society
CMGT-200 International Cuisine
                                                           Health Care                           WMST-227/Women in American History:
CMGT-235 International Breads
                                                 HMGT-111 Foodservice Safety and Sanitation       HIST-227 1880 to the Present
CMSY-120 Introduction to Computer Systems
                                                 HMGT-120 Food Preparation I
CMSY-152 JavaScript
                                                 HMGT-160 Introduction to Travel and Tourism
CRIM-201 Criminal Law
                                                 HMGT-210 Legal Issues in Hospitality Industry
DANC-150 Dance Improvisation
                                                 HMGT-242 Lodging Management and
DANC-194 Introduction to Tap Dance
                                                           Operations


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                                         Courses Offered Only in Spring 2012
      ANTH-104 Introduction to Physical              EDUC-240 Successful Classroom Management     MUSC-203 Music Literature in Context II
                Anthropology and Archaeology         EDUC-250 Advanced Practicum in Early         MUSC-211 Music Theory, Musicianship &
      ARCM-102 Architectural Materials and                     Childhood Education                          Keyboard Skills IV
                Methods II                           EDUC-266 Methods of Teaching Elementary      MUSC-229 Audio Techniques II
      ARTT-131/ Introduction to Video II                       Education                          MUSC-239 Music and Sound Creation II
       TVRD-131                                      ELEC-117 Linear Electronics                  PHIL-104 Introduction to Religious Studies
      ARTT-204 Digital Publishing                    EMSP-210 Medical Emergencies II              PSYC-102 Advanced General Psychology
      ARTT-223 Motion Graphics                       EMSP-215 Medical Emergencies III             PSYC-204 Adolescent Psychology
      ARTT-242 Creative Darkroom Techniques          ENGL-227 World Literature II                 POLI-201 Comparative Government
      ARTT-271 Multimedia Authoring and Design II    ENGL-228 Introduction to Memoir and          RADT-121 Radiologic Procedures II
      ARTT-281 Web Design and Production II                    Autobiography                      RADT-122 Clinical Radiography II
      BMET-112 Electro-Mechanical Fluid Devices      ENTR-220 Financing Entrepreneurial           RADT-123 Imaging Equipment Maintenance
      BMET-212 Biomedical Instrumentation II                   Operations                                   & Operation
      BIOL-106 Anatomy and Physiology                EXSC-120 Introduction to Sports Coaching     RADT-251 Radiation Biology and Protection
      BIOL-206 Nutrition for Health Services         EXSC-200 Care and Prevention of Athletic     RADT-252 Clinical Radiography V
      CARD-120 Rhythm Analysis & 12 Lead ECG                   Injuries                           RETL-103 Retail Merchandising
                Interpretation                       FILM-139 Principles of Film and Media        SOCI-201 Minorities in America
      CARD-121 Cardiovascular Assessment Skills                Production                         SPCH-151/ The Spoken Word
                Lab                                  FILM-211 African Film                         THET-151
      CARD-222 Advanced Intravascular                FILM-212 Films of Alfred Hitchcock           SPCH-160 Argumentation and Debate
                Interventional Procedures            FILM-214 The Art of the Documentary          SPCH-260/ Voice and Diction
      CARD-261 Clinical Internship                   FILM-217 The History of Science Fiction       THET-260
      CRIM-103 Juvenile Delinquency                            Film                               THET-135 Stagecraft I
      CRIM-200 Law Enforcement and the               FINE-193/ Introduction to Women’s Studies:   THET-136 Lighting I
                Community                             WMST-193 Women, Art and Culture             THET-151/ The Spoken Word
      CRIM-210 Evidence & Procedure                  HEED-102 Introduction to Weight Management    SPCH-151
      CMGT-120 Culinary Supervision                  HEED-110 Introduction to Personal Wellness   THET-173 Movement for the Actor I
      CMGT-130 Garde Manger                          HEED-118 Introduction to Pharmacology        THET-191 Theatre History II
      CMGT-145 Food Service Facilities               HEED-122 Individual Counseling Techniques    THET-202 Acting II
      CMGT-240 Baking & Pastry Showpieces            HEED-124 Family Counseling Skills            THET-261 Dialects for the Actor
      CMGT-250 Cake Decorating                       HEED-200 Health/Fitness Leader               THET-265 Acting Shakespeare
      CMSY-205 Advanced JavaScript                   HMGT-164 Introduction to Meetings and        THET-270 Theatre Juried Auditions
      CMSY-250 Systems Analysis and Design                     Conferences                        TVRD-131/ Introduction to Video II
      DANC-103 Dance History through Criticism       HMGT-220 Food Preparation II                  ARTT-131
      DANC-140 Dance Workshop                        HMGT-225 Purchasing and Cost Control         TVRD-139 Principles of Film and Media
      DANC-250 Dance Composition                     HMGT-243 Managing the Housekeeping                     Production
      ECON-201 Money and Banking                               Operation                          TVRD-151 Introduction to Radio II
      EDUC-140 Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition   HMGT-250 Food & Beverage Management          TVRD-220 Introduction to Broadcasting
      EDUC-150 Practicum in Early Childhood          HUMS-250 Community Services Practicum        TVRD-231 Television Production II
                Education                            INDS-112 Historical Interiors                TVRD-251 Radio Production II
      EDUC-160 School Age Child Care                 LFIT-112 Lifeguard Training                  WMST-193/ Introduction to Women’s Studies:
      EDUC-203 Reading Instruction for Early         LFIT-129 Self Defense                         FINE-193 Women, Art and Culture
                Childhood, Elementary, and Special   MATH-260 Differential Equations              WMST-225/ Women in American History:
                Education (Infants-Grade 8)          MUSC-103 The Business of Music                HIST-225 Colonial Times to 1880
                Teachers                             MUSC-158 Jazz Theory
      EDUC-204 Assessment for Reading Instruction    MUSC-162 Introduction to Music Therapy and
                for Early Childhood, Elementary                Practice
                and Special Education (Infants-
                Grade 8) Teachers




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     Application
         for
      Admission




HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE   ●   www.howardcc.edu   ●
102   Most students planning to enroll in credit classes at Howard Community College (including HCC students at the
      Laurel College Center) must submit this standard Application for Admission and a $25 application fee (one-time, non-
      refundable) to the Office of Admissions and Advising. The application fee is waived for all active duty military per-
      sonnel and their dependents and for veterans. Different or additional application forms and fees apply to some
      programs. Students who previously attended two or more years ago must update their applications but will not have
      to pay another application fee. Some students may have to complete different or additional application procedures
      as described below. Please note: Online options are also available at www.howardcc.edu/admissions.

      GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
      1. Complete all items on the application.
      2. Sign and date the application.
      3. Enclose application fee unless applying for readmission. Submit to:
         Office of Admissions and Advising
         Howard Community College
         10901 Little Patuxent Parkway
         Columbia, MD 21044
      4. Proof of residency and photo ID are required upon request.
      OTHER PROCEDURES
      Additional or different procedures are required for some students as follows (further explanation is available
      on pages 7-8 of this publication, the HCC catalogue, and the HCC website–www.howardcc.edu/admissions):
      1. Separate application fees, forms, and/or procedures are required for:
         a. the James W. Rouse Scholars Program, the Freshman Focus Program, the Silas Craft Collegians
            Program, and the Early Entrance Program (for high school juniors and seniors seeking concurrent
            enrollment).
         b. International citizens seeking F1 immigration status for full-time study in credit programs or the
            English Language Institute
         c. The clinical coursework component of the RN, LPN, CVT, and RT Programs
      2. Before admission, additional procedures are required for:
         a. 8th-10th graders, including those being home schooled (may be admitted only on the basis of
            exceptional abilities related to coursework in which they seek to enroll; documentation is required)
         b. high school juniors and seniors (including those being home schooled) planning to take HCC
            classes while in high school
         c. international citizens
      3. Concurrent with or following admission, additional procedures are necessary for:
         a. students who have previously taken college-level English and math coursework and are seeking
            placement test exemptions or course clearances
         b. transfer students
         c. students seeking admission to clinical coursework in nursing, cardiovascular technology, emergency med-
            ical services, radiologic technology, physical therapist assistant, respiratory care, or surgical technology
         d. students seeking to admission to the Frederick K. Schoenbrodt Honors Program
         e. students eligible for Veterans’ Educational Assistance
         f. students eligible for Social Security or other tuition waivers
         g. Maryland National Guard members seeking tuition discounts
         h. honorably discharged veterans seeking in-county tuition benefits (specific criteria apply)
      4. Different admission procedures apply for noncredit students. Noncredit students should consult the
         Continuing Education catalogue or contact the Office of Admissions and Advising.

      Students are encouraged to review the Office of admissions & Advising’s website at
      www.howardcc.edu/admissions or contact the office which is located in the Rouse Company Foundation
      Student Services Hall (RCF-242; adm-adv@howardcc.edu; 443-518-1200, select #3; TTY/STS Use MD relay).


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                                                                               Standard Application for Admission                                                                 103
                                                                                     OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS AND ADVISING Howard Community College■

                                                                                                                10901 Little Patuxent Parkway ■ Columbia, Maryland 21044
                                                                                                                                   443-518-1200 ■ TTY/STS Use MD Relay
                                                                                                                                       www.howardcc.edu/admissions
                                                                                                                                            adm-adv@howardcc.edu
Please submit with $25 application fee                                                      Online versions of all application forms are available at the web address above.

  1. LEGAL NAME (NAE)
      l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
      Last

      l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
      First                                                                                          Middle                                                          Jr. Sr III

  2. CURRENT ADDRESS (NAE) *(Please note: P.O. box addresses are not sufficient to verify residency)
      l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
      Street Number and Name                                                                                                                             Apt./Unit

      l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
      City                                                                          State            Zip                              County

  3. PHONES (NAE)
     l l l l l l l l l l                                        l l l     l l     l l
                                                                                                                                                              l l Yes l l No
                                                                                   Check Day        or     Evening
                                                                                   Is this a TDD number (telecommunications device for the deaf)?
      Home Phone


     l l l l l l l l l l
      Cell Phone
                                                                l l l
     l l l l l l l l l l
      Business Phone
                                                                l l l l l l l l     l
                                                                                     Extension
                                                                                                              Check Day      l   or     Evening    l l
  4. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER  l                   (NAE)         l l l l l l l l l l l                                       (Optional; students applying for
                                                                                                                           financial aid are urged to provide it.)


  5. BIRTHDATE         l l l l
                          (NAE, PPIN)
                                        Month            Day
                                                               l l l1l9l l lYear

  6. RACIAL/ETHNIC CATEGORY (NAE)
      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. Definitions of these terms are available online: www.howardcc.edu/Visitors/Webmaster/race_ethnicity.html.
      ■   Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin?      Yes l l   No     l l
      ■   What is your race? Select one or more of the following categories:
       l l American Indian or Alaska Native                      l l Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
       l l Asian                                                 l l White
       l l Black or African American
  7.  GENDER (NAE) l l Male l l Female
  8. e-mail ADDRESS (Optional) (NAE)
  9. FORMER (e.g. Maiden) NAME (NAE)
      l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
      Last                                                                          First                                                 Middle

 10. ARE YOU A UNITED STATES CITIZEN?                            l l Yes (BIO)               l l No (FINF)
 11. If you are NOT a U.S. citizen, please indicate immigration/visa status* (FINF)                               l l l
          Alien Registration Number (if applicable)
      Country of Nationality
      * Documents verifying status must be presented at the time of application.


 12. APPLYING FOR (APPN)                l l l l2l0l l l
                                        Semester          Year
                                         FA-Fall     W/S-Winter/Spring        SU-Summer
 13. LEARNING PROGRAM CODES Select from list on following page (ASUM)
 14. STATUS (APPN)
      l l      F-    First-Time College – Attending HCC for the first time and never attended another postsecondary institution
               I -   Attending Another College/Institution – Attending HCC and also enrolled at another college/institution
               P-    Previous Postsecondary – Attending HCC and previously attended another college/institution
               R-    Readmit – Re-enrolling as a credit student at HCC (i.e. attended as credit student more than two years ago)
 15. EDUCATION GOAL (APPN)
      l l      1-Associate Degree                                                                          4-Take courses without working toward a degree, certificate or
               2-Certificate                                                                                 transfer (may not be selected by VA or Financial Aid recipients)
               3-Take courses for transfer to another institution (not seeking AA Degree)                  5-Undecided (may not be selected by VA or Financial Aid recipients)
 16. PLANNING TO ENROLL (APPN)
      l l Full-time            l l Part-time         l l Uncertain
        17. Do you plan to apply for financial aid? (APPN)
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              l l Yes                 l l No         l l Uncertain
        18. Will you be a Howard County resident for three or more months when classes begin? (APPN)
              l l Yes                 l l No
        19. HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION (IASU)
              l   l Atholton l l Centennial          l l Glenelg l l Hammond l l Howard      l l                                            Long Reach            l l   Marriotts Ridge
              l   l Mt. Hebron l l Oakland Mills l l Reservoir l l River Hill l l Wilde Lake l l                                            Chapelgate
              l   l Home Schooled (0192041)
              l   l Other Maryland High School (Please specify below)
              l   l Out-of-State High School (Please specify below)
                     l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
                     High School Attended

                     l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l
                     City                                                                                   State                 Country (only for international high school)

        20. Prior to registration, which will you have? (HSAC)
              l l    High School Diploma (1)                                                     l l   National External HS Diploma (7)
              l l    Maryland GED (5)                                                            l l   Will still be in high school and do not have diploma/GED (3)
              l l    Out-of-State GED (6)                                                        l l   No longer in high school and do not have diploma/GED (4)
        21. DATE OF HIGH SCHOOL/GED GRADUATION (OR EXPECTED GRADUATION)                                                          l l l l l l
                                                                                                                                  Month              Year

        22. COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES/TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED (Please start with most recent)
                                                   Name (IASU)                                              City & State or Country                Years Attended (INAT)    Degree (AACR)




        23. HIGHEST POSTSECONDARY DEGREE/CERTIFICATE RECEIVED                                                    (AMSC-1)
              l l        1-No Postsecondary Degree                               4-Bachelor’s Degree                                      7-Professional Degree (law, medicine, etc.)
                         2-Certificate Below Associate                           5-Master’s Degree                                        8-Other
                         3-Associate’s Degree                                    6-Doctorate

        24. HIGHEST LEVEL OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION ATTAINED AT                                                    (AMSC-2)
              l l        1-None                                                                              5-Out-of-State Two-Year College
                         2-Maryland Community/Junior College (Two-Year)                                      6-Out-of-State Four-Year College
                         3-Maryland Public College or University (Four-Year)                                 7-Foreign College/University
                         4-Maryland Private College or University (Four-Year)                                8-Other

        25. PERSONAL/CAREER GOAL (AMSC-3)
              l l        1-Exploration of new careers or academic areas                                      4-Update skills for a job currently held
                         2-Preparation for immediate entry into a career                                     5-Interest and self-enrichment
                         3-Preparation for transfer to a four-year institution                               6-Other
                         If so, where do you think you will transfer?

        26. MILITARY STATUS (AMSC-5)
              l l        1-Active Duty                                           3-Reserve                                              5-Dependent of Active Duty Military
                         2-National Guard*                                       4-Veteran                                              6-Not applicable
                         * If so, Maryland National Guard?       l l Yes l l No
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      I certify that the information I have provided on this application is correct and complete. I under-
                                                                                                                            _____________________
      stand that deliberate failure to provide accurate information, particularly regarding residency,
                                                                                                                                                              Partial entry
      may be sufficient grounds for denial of admission or dismissal from the college, retroactive
      adjustment of tuition, and/or legal action. I agree to comply with Howard Community College’s                         Application fee paid              Initials______ Date_______
      policies and regulations, including those related to drug and alcohol abuse. I also agree to abide                    __Check
      by all policies in the Student Code of Conduct. I also understand that it is my responsibility to                     __Cash
      notify the Office of Admissions and Advising of any changes in the information I have provided                        __Bill Customer                   Fully Entered
      on this application. Upon request by a designated college official, I agree to provide evidence                       __ID Verified                     Initials______ Date_______
      of the information on this application.
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      Signature of Applicant                                                                  Date
                                        LEARNING PROGRAM CODES                                                                                                                        105
                                                              TRANSFER PROGRAMS
Associate of Arts Degrees                                 *** - Health Education (choose an option)                   Business Administration
                                                                169a - Health Education - Community                    03 - Accounting, Business Administration,
Arts and Science                                                        & School Health                                    Fashion Merchandising
*** - Aging Services (choose an option)                         169c - Health Education -                             229 - Information Systems Management -
       249a - Aging Services Management                                 Complementary Medicine and                         Office Systems
       249b - Gerontology                                               Holistic Health                               230 - Information Systems Management -
140 - American Studies                                   228 - History                                                     Programming and Technical Systems
141 - Anthropology                                       144 - Horticulture                                           173 - International Business
241 - Arabic                                               *** - Human Services (choose an option)                    Computer Science
119 - Architecture                                              170e - Human Services - Chemical                       33 - Computer Science
  63 - Art                                                              Dependency
*** - Arts Administration (choose an option)                    170f - Human Services -                               Engineering
       205a - Arts Administration -                                     Developmental Disabilities                     23 - Engineering
               Interdisciplinary Arts                           170g - Human Services - Human Services                Associate of Science in Engineering
       205b - Arts Administration - Visual               *** - Interdisciplinary Studies (choose an                   256 - Computer Engineering
               Arts                                             option)                                               257 - Electrical Engineering
       205c - Arts Administration -                             145a - Interdisciplinary Studies -                    Entrepreneurship
               Performing Arts                                          Diversity Studies                             239 - Entrepreneurship
       205d - Arts Administration - Media                       145b - Interdisciplinary Studies - Fine
               Arts                                                     Arts Studies                                  General Studies
 *** - Art History (choose an option)                           145c - Interdisciplinary Studies -                     07 - General Studies
       204a - Art History - Art History/                                Women's Studies                               156 - General Studies - Business/
               Research                                  227 - Interior Design                                             Technology Emphasis
       204b - Art History - Research/Studio              146 - International Studies                                  166 - General Studies - General Studies for
163 - Athletic Training                                    48 - Liberal Arts                                               Certificate Students
202 - Bioinformatics                                       49 - Life Sciences                                         157 - General Studies - Science Emphasis
  71 - Biotechnology                                       *** - Mathematics (choose an option)                       Information Technology
 *** - Communication Studies (choose an                         160a - Mathematics-Pure Mathematics,                   *** - Information Technology (choose an
       option)                                                          Applied Mathematics                                  option)
       206a - Communication Studies -                           160b - Mathematicss-Actuarial Sciences                       171a - Information Technology -
               Professional & Business                     67 - Music                                                                PC/Network/Net
       206b - Communication Studies -                     *** - Music Technology                                             171b - Information Technology -
               Journalism & Media                               261a - Music Technology-Audio                                        Programming
       206c - Communication Studies -                                   Recording                                            171c - Information Technology - Cisco
               Interpersonal & Organizational                   261b - Music Technology-Composition                          171e - Information Technology - Web
               Communications                              *** - Nutrition (choose an option)                                        Development
       206d - Communication Studies -                           251a - Nutrition-Dietetics                                   171f - Information Technology-Computer
               Speech & Written Communications                  251b - Nutrition-Food Science                                        Forensics Technology
253 - Conflict Resolution                                       251c - Nutrition-Nutritional Science                  231 - Network Security
 *** - Criminal Justice (choose an option)               232 - Philosophy and Religious Studies
                                                                                                                      Nursing
         90a -Criminal Justice                           262 - Photography
                                                                                                                      *** - Nursing (choose an option; see career
         90b -Criminal Justice - Computer                  50 - Physical Sciences
                                                                                                                            programs for LPN Program) 1,4
               Forensics Option                            68 - Pre-Allied Health
                                                                                                                            08a - Traditional RN Program
142 - Dance Performance                                    51 - Pre-Dentistry
                                                                                                                            08b - Accelerated RN Program
 *** - Digital Arts (choose an option)                     52 - Pre-Medical Technology
                                                                                                                            08c - LPN Pathways Sequence 2
         258a - Digital Arts-Gaming &                      53 - Pre-Medicine
                 Simulation Design                       126 - Pre-Nuclear Medicine Technology                        Teacher Education 12 (see also AAT)
         258b - Digital Arts-Multimedia Design             54 - Pre-Optometry                                         130 - Early Childhood Education
         258c - Digital Arts-Web Design                    55 - Pre-Pharmacy                                          131 - Elementary Education
         258d - Video/Digital Arts-Multimedia              56 - Pre-Veterinary Medicine                                *** - Secondary Education (choose an
                 Design                                    57 - Psychology                                                   option)
164 - English                                            250 - Public Health                                                 35a - Secondary - Humanities/Arts
 *** - Environmental Science (choose an                    58 - Social Sciences                                              35b - Secondary - Social Sciences
         option)                                         236 - Sociology                                                     35c - Secondary - Math Science
         125a - Environmental Science                    203 - Spanish                                                137 - Preparation for Maryland Teacher
         125b - Ecological Technology Design              *** - Television and Radio Production (choose                      Education Certification 3
 *** - Exercise Science (choose an option)                      an option)                                            Associate of Arts in Teaching 13
         165a - Exercise Science                                263a - Television and Radio Production-               254 - Early Childhood Education/Early
         165b - Exercise Science-Sports                                 Television Production                               Childhood Special Education
                 Coaching                                       263b - Television and Radio Production-               255 - Elementary Education/Elementary
         165c - Exercise Science-Sports &                               Radio Production                                    Special Education
                 Fitness Management                             263c - Television and Radio Production-               207 - Secondary Education - Chemistry
         165d - Exercise Science-Martial Arts                           Television and Radio Production               247 - Secondary Education - English
244 - Film Studies                                        *** - Theater (choose an option)                            208 - Secondary Education - Mathematics
259 - Film & Video Pre-Production                                 237a - Musical Theater                              209 - Secondary Education - Physics
143 - Global Economics                                            237b - Performance Option                           210 - Secondary Education - Spanish
260 - Graphic Design                                              237c - Technical Option
                                                                                                                      Transfer Studies Certificate
167 - Health Care Management &                                                                                                                                      14,17
                                                                                                                      224 - Transfer Studies Certificate
        Administration
*** - Select program option                                                        12   Should be selected by students preparing for transfer to an out-of-state 4-year institution
1 Leads to licensure as a registered nurse                                         13   Should be selected by students preparing for transfer to a Maryland 4-year institution
2 Program is intended for LPNs seeking RN degrees and does not lead to LPN         14   Not eligible for financial aid at HCC
3 Does not lead to HCC degree or certificate                                       17   Students should consult with an advisor regarding this certificate
4 All legal residents of Maryland may enroll in this program at in-county rates,
  policy is subject to change.

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                                                                     CAREER PROGRAMS
      Associate of Applied Science                            Culinary Management                                        Human Services
      Degree/Certificate Programs                              *** - Culinary Management (AAS) (choose an                183 - Mental Health Certificate
                                                                     option)                                             184 - Chemical Dependency Certificate
      Accounting                                                     233a - Culinary Management-Professional             185 - Developmental Disabilities Certificate
       17 - Preparation for CPA Examination 3,14                             Baking and Pastries
      Architectural and Construction Management                      233b - Culinary Management-Professional             Information Technology
      242 - Architectural and Construction                                   Cooking                                     187 - E-commerce Designer Certificate
            Management (AAS)                                         233c - Culinary Management-Professional             188 - Internet Professional Certificate
      243 - Architectural and Construction                                   Cooking and Pastries Dual Option            189 - Web Developer Certificate
            Management Certificate                            264 - Culinary Management-Baking and                       190 - Webmaster Certificate
      Biomedical Engineering 4                                        Pastries Certificate                               Licensed Practical Nursing 4, 9
       06 - Biomedical Engineering (AAS)                      265 - Culinary Management-Professional                     111 - Licensed Practical Nursing Certificate
       76 - Biomedical Engineer Specialist                            Cooking Certificate
                                                                                                                         Network Administration
            Certificate                                       Early Childhood Development                                Network Administration (AAS)
       36 - Biomedical Engineer Field Technician               89 - Early Childhood Development (AAS)                          112a - Network Administration/Network
            Certificate                                        87 - Early Childhood Development Certificate                            Engineer (AAS) - Microsoft
      Business Management                                     Electronics Technology                                                   Networking Option
       *** - Business Management (AAS) (choose                 18 - Electronics Technology (AAS)                         192 - Network Security Administration (AAS)
             an option)                                        64 - Electronics Technology Certificate                   124 - Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
             37a - Business Management                         25 - Telecommunications Technology (AAS)                        (MSCE) Certificate - Windows 2000
             37b - Business Management - Financial             24 - Telecommunications Technology                              Certificate
                    Planning                                        Certificate                                          193 - Network Security Administration
             37d - Business Management in the                 181 - Wireless Communications Technology                         Certificate
                    Virtual Environment                             (AAS)                                                Office Technology
      225 - Business Management - Professional                Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic 4, 8                 *** - Office Technology (AAS) (choose an
             Coaching (AAS)                                   132 - Emergency Medical Technician/                               option)
      214 - Business Management -                                   Paramedic (AAS)                                             191a - Office Technology - Office
             Entrepreneurship Certificate                     133 - Emergency Medical Technician/                                       Management/Supervision
      212 - Business Management - Professional                      Paramedic Certificate                                       191b - Office Technology - Office
             Coaching Certificate                                                                                                       Assistant
      213 - Business Management - Professional                Entrepreneurship
                                                              240 - Entrepreneurship (AAS)                                      191c - Office Technology - Legal Office
             Organizational Coaching Certificate                                                                                        Assistant
      248 - Business Management in the Virtual                Exercise Science                                                  191d - Office Technology - International
             Environment Certificate                          196 - Personal Training Certificate 14                                    Office Assistant
      150 - E-Commerce/E-Business Certificate                 245 - Martial Arts Studies Certificate 14                  152 - Medical Transcriptionist Certificate
        28 - Financial Planning Certificate                   Health Care for the Professional                             45 - Legal Office Assistant Certificate
        11 - Retailing Certificate                            *** - Health Care for the Professional (AAS)                 44 - Office Assistant Certificate
      Cardiovascular Technology        4                            (choose an option)                                   Photonics Technology
      114 - Cardiovascular Technology (AAS)                          168a - Health Care for the Professional-            161 - Photonics Technology (AAS)
      115 - Cardiac Monitoring and Analysis                                 Cardiovascular Technology                    162 - Photonics Technology Certificate
            Certificate                                              168b - Health Care for the Professional-
      116 - Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging and                             Emergency Medical Services                   Physical Therapist Assistant 11,14
            Interventional Therapies Certificate 5                   168c - Health Care for the Professional-            149 - Physical Therapist Assistant (AAS -
      134 - Accelerated CVT Certificate for Hospital                        Massage Therapy                                   Carroll Community College)
            Trainees 7                                               168d - Health Care for the Professional-            Police Science 14,15
      128 - CVT for Allied Health Professionals                             Radiologic Technology                        246 - Police Science (AAS)
            Certificate 6                                     Hospitality Management                                     Radiologic Technology 4
      Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Technology                   *** - Hospitality Management (AAS)                        238 - Radiologic Technology (AAS)
       72 - CAD Design Technology (AAS)                              (choose an option)                                  Respiratory Care 11,14
       70 - CAD Technology Certificate                                178b - Hospitality Management-Casino               153 - Respiratory Care (AAS - Frederick
      Computer Support Technology                                             Management                                      Community College)
      118 - Computer Support Technology (AAS)                         178c - Hospitality Management-Food
                                                                              and Beverage                               Surgical Technology 11,14
      151 - CISCO Certified Network Associate                                                                            154 - Surgical Technology (AAS - Frederick
            (CCNA)/CISCO Certified Network                            178d - Hospitality Management-Lodging
                                                                              Management                                      Community College)
             Professional (CCNP) Certificate 10                                                                          155 - Surgical Technology (Certificate -
      180 - PC Maintenance (A+ Certification) with            266 - Hospitality Management-Casino
                                                                      Management Certificate                                  Frederick Community College)
            Network Emphasis Certificate 10
                                                              267 - Hospitality Management-Food and                      Undeclared Major 3,14
                                                                      Beverage Certificate                                99 - Undeclared Major (may not be selected
                                                              268 - Hospitality Management-Lodging                            by VA and Financial Aid recipients) 3
                                                                      Certificate


      *** - Select program option                                                        9    Leads to licensure as a practical nurse
      1 Leads to licensure as a registered nurse                                         10   Leads to industry certification and HCC certificate
      3 Does not lead to HCC degree or certificate                                       11   Part of the Mid-Maryland Allied Healthcare Education Consortium; only
      4 All legal residents of Maryland may enroll in this program at in-county rates,
                                                                                              approved student participants are eligible for in-county tuition rates; leads to
        policy subject to change.                                                             degree or certificate at another consortium institution; does not lead to HCC
      5 Only certified radiologic technologists may enroll
                                                                                              degree or certificate
      6 Only for allied health professionals (e.g., nurses, etc.)                        14   Not eligible for financial aid at HCC
      7 Hospital-based program for employees only                                        15   Open only to Howard County Police Academy
      8 Only EMT-B certified individuals may enroll; minimum age requirements by law
        for clinical coursework


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