Docstoc

North Central Texas College - PDF

Document Sample
North Central Texas College - PDF Powered By Docstoc
					                                   North
                                  Central                                SPRING
                                    Texas
                                  College                                ’08                                   SCHEDULE
                                                                                                               OF
                                                                                                               CLASSES




                                     NCTC Announces New Oil & Gas Technology                                                                                    Read more
                                                                                                                                                                about this
                                      Program To Start In Fall 2008 Semester*                                                                                  exciting new
                                                                                                                                                               program on
                                             But You Can Start NOW Earning Core Credits                                                                          Page 59.
                                              To Apply Toward Your Associate Degree**
                                                      **Dual Credit students – this applies to you too!                                                          One-year
                                                                                                                                                                Certificate
                                                    One-Year Certificate Option Also Available
                                                                                                                                                                option also
                                                                                                                                                                 available.
                                                        *Pending approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.




                                                                                        Look Inside For
                                  Academic Calendar ................................................... 2     E-Learning at NCTC................................................. 17
                                  Spring 2008 Registration Schedule ......................... 3               Saturday College Information & Classes .............. 18
                                  Important Notice on COURSE DROP Limit ............. 3                       UNT ROTC Course Availability ............................... 19
                                  Register EARLY for Spring 2008 .............................. 4             Fast-Track College Prep Classes ........................... 20
                                  Register ONLINE for Spring 2008 ........................ 5–6                SPRING 2008 COURSE LISTINGS .................... 20–51
                                  Lion Pride Orientation / Advising............................. 7            May-’Mester ’08 ........................................................ 53
                              1
BULLETIN • Volume 71 • Number 3




                                  Admission Policy/Procedures .................................. 8            C.E.U. Credit Option May Be For YOU!................... 54
                                  THEA Information – IMPORTANT! ............................ 9                Lifelong Learning Non-Credit Courses ........... 54–56
                                  THEA & THEA QuickTest Testing Dates................ 10                      NEW! Commercial Vehicle Driver Training ............ 57
                                  Tuition & Fee Costs ................................................. 11    Study Abroad In Italy In Summer ’08 ..................... 58
                                  Refund Schedule ..................................................... 12    New Oil & Gas Production Tech Program.............. 59
                                  E-Cashier makes paying online easy! ................... 13                  Small Business Development Center .................... 62
                                  Financial Aid / Veterans Information ................ 14–15                 Important NOTICE To All Students ......................... 63
                                  Final Exam Schedule for Spring ’08 ...................... 16                HOLIDAY MINI-’MESTER ......................................... 64

                                    APPLY EARLY! Application Priority Deadline for SPRING ’08 is December 1.
                                    Applications received by this date will receive priority during registration. All students
                                    should submit their Application for Admission at least 2 days prior to the day they plan
                                    to register. For information about the Holiday Mini-’Mester, see back cover.
  AcAdemic cAlendAr
MINI-’MESTER 2007-08                                                               Friday...............January 18 – Last day for currently enrolled students to
Friday...............December 14 – Registration                                                         add a class.
Monday............December 17 – Classes begin.                                     Monday............January 21 – MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY – All campuses
Mon–Tues........December 24-25 – All campuses closed.                                                   closed & classes dismissed.
Wednesday .....December 26 – Classes resume.                                       Monday............January 28 – Official date of record.
Thursday .........December 27 – Last day to drop a class with grade of             Mon – Fri .........Mar 17 – 22 – SPRING BREAK – All campuses closed &
                     “W”.                                                                               classes dismissed.
Tuesday ...........January 1 – All campuses closed.                                Friday...............April 18 – Last day to drop a class with a grade of “W”.
Thursday .........January 3 – Term ends; final exams administered during           Fri – Thurs .......May 2–8 – Final exams.
                     last scheduled class period.                                  Friday...............May 9 – Final grades and attendance records due by
Friday...............January 4, Noon – Final grades and attendance records                              noon in Registrar’s Office. Residence halls close at 3 PM.
                     due in Registrar’s Office.                                                         Commencement Ceremonies at 6PM & 8PM.


SPRING 2008                                                                        MAY-’MESTER 2008
Wednesday .....January 2 – All offices open.                                       Wednesday .....May 9 – Registration.
Monday............January 7 – Bowie Registration, 9AM–3PM.                         Monday............May 12 – Classes begin.
Tuesday ...........January 8 – Gainesville Registration, 9AM– noon & 4:30          Thursday ........May 22 – Last day to drop a class with a grade of “W”.
                     – 6PM. Residence halls open through Sunday – check-in         Monday............May 26 – MEMORIAL DAY – All campuses closed &
                     from noon to 6PM.                                                                classes dismissed.
Wed–Thurs ......January 9–10 – Corinth Registration, 9AM – 6PM.                    Tuesday ...........May 27 – Final exams administered during last scheduled
Friday...............January 11 – Late Registration at all campuses – 9AM to                          class. period. Term ends.
                     2PM.                                                          Wednesday .....May 28 – Final grades and attendance records due by
Saturday ..........January 12 – Classes begin.                                                        noon in Registrar’s Office.



                      IMPORTANT NOTICE – EARLY APPLICATIONS GET PRIORITY
   Submit your Application for Admission (you can do it online – see bottom of page 3) at least 2 days
   prior to the day you plan to register. APPLY EARLY! Application Priority Deadline for Spring ’08 is
   December 1. Applications received by this date will receive priority during registration.



   Necessity of Official Withdrawal
        If a student, for whatever reason, ceases to attend a class, it is necessary to officially withdraw in the Registrar’s Office. If this is done by
   the last day to drop, a grade of “W” is granted, and the grade point average is unaffected. Failure to officially withdraw results in the grade of
   “F” and resulting harm to the grade point average. See the NCTC website (www.nctc.edu) for more information. See page 3 for important
   notice relating to the number of courses that may be dropped.

   Change of Name and/or Address
       NCTC encourages each student to verify his/her demographic information using Campus Connect. A student whose name and/or address
   changes should submit the change to the Registrar’s Office as soon as possible to ensure that communications are delivered correctly.

   Maintaining Current Student Information
        It is the student’s responsibility to maintain accurate data on the student information system (Campus Connect). This information includes
   correct name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. This can be updated through the college’s website or in person in the Registrar’s
   Office. Failure to maintain accurate information could result in problems with a student’s financial aid and/or academic progress.



        For Information Call: Gainesville Campus: 940-668-7731 • Corinth Campus: 940-498-6282
                     Bowie Campus: 940-872-4002 • Additional numbers on page 16.

      BULLETIN • Volume 71 • Number 3 (Spring 2008 Schedule of Classes) – The Bulletin (USPS #019855) of North Central
   Texas College is normally published six times per year—twice for Fall, three times for Spring and once for Summer; however, this
   schedule is subject to change to coincide with changes in the college calendar. This and all other official NCTC publications are
   published by the staff of the Office of Marketing & Public Relations. Periodical postage paid at Gainesville, Texas.

       NOTICE: All information printed in this edition of the Bulletin of North Central Texas College is subject to change by the Board of Regents and
   Administration. Every effort is made to make the information contained herein as complete and accurate as possible; however, changes may occur
   at any time in requirements, deadlines, fees, curricula, courses listed/offered and times offered. Course numbers and descriptions may change
   from previous Bulletins/Schedules/Catalogs, and such changes will be on record in the offices of the Vice President of Instruction, the Instructional
   Deans, Vice President of Student Services and Vice President of Financial Services.


                                                                               2
  Spring ’08 regiStrAtion Schedule
                                      CALL TO RESERVE YOUR TIME!
Time Permits are required for regular registration (unless you register on-line). You may CALL the Admissions Office
to schedule your time BEFORE Registration begins. You should also submit your Admission Application prior to the
beginning of registration. (You can do it on-line—see bottom of page 4.) For EARLY REGISTRATION information,
see page 3. For ONLINE REGISTRATION information, see page 6.

           Spring ’08 classes begin Monday, January 14 (Saturday classes, January 12).

                                             + EARLY REGISTRATION:
         November 5 – 30 • See page 4. Payment is due on or before December 5, 2007.

                               + REGULAR ON-LINE REGISTRATION:
                                January 7–9 • 24 Hours a Day (Ends 6:00pm, January 9)
                      (You may register late online, January 10, but a $10 late fee will be assessed.)
                                     Payment is due at time of registration.

                               + REGULAR WALK-IN REGISTRATION:
                                    BOWIE CAMPUS – Time Permit Required
              Monday, January 7 • 9:00am–3:00pm • For help call 940-872-4002 (Bowie Admissions).
                                GAINESVILLE CAMPUS – Time Permit Required
           Tuesday, January 8 • 9:00am–Noon & 4:30–6:00pm • For help call 940-668-4222 (Admissions).
                                 CORINTH CAMPUS – Time Permit Required
             Wednesday & Thursday, January 9–10 • 9:00am–6:00pm • For help call 940-498-NCTC or:
                                    Corinth Admissions Office: 940-498-6280.
                                Payment is due at time of registration.


                                   LATE REGISTRATION* – ALL CAMPUSES
       $10.00 Late Fee Assessed for Late Enrollment – PAYMENT IS DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION
                                           Friday, January 11 – 9:00am to 2:00pm
                                     DROP/ADD PERIOD*
                 Monday and Tuesay, January 14–15 • See important notice below:

                                           *IMPORTANT NOTICE:
                           Limitation on Number of Courses That May Be Dropped
        Beginning with this past Fall 2007 academic term, and applying to students who enrolled in higher education for the first time during
    the Fall 2007 academic term or any term subsequent to the Fall 2007 term, an instititution of higher education may not permit an
    undergraduate student to drop a total of more than six courses, including any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution
    of higher education as defined for this section, unless:
    1. The institution has adopted a policy under which the maximum number of courses a student is permitted to drop is less than six; or
    2. The student can show good cause for dropping more than that number, including but not limited to showing of:
        • A severe illness or other debilitating condition that affects the students ability to satisfactorily complete the course;
        • The student’s responsibility for the care of a sick, injured or needy person if the provision of that care affects the student’s ability
           to satisfactorily complete the course;
        • The death of a person who is considered to be a member of the student’s family or who is otherwise considered to have a
           sufficiently close relationship to the student that the person’s death is considered to be a showing of good cause;
        • The active duty service as a member of the Texas National Guard or the armed forces of the Unites States of either the student
           of a person who is considered to be a member of the student’s family or who is otherwise considered to have a sufficiently close
           relationship to the student that the person’s active military service is considered to be a showing of good cause;
        • The change of the students work schedule that is beyond the control of the student, and that affects the student’s ability to
           satisfactorily complete the course; or
        • Other good cause as determined by the institution of higher education.



                                                                          3
eArly regiStrAtion for Spring 2008

  Why Wait? Register Early
  For Spring Semester ’08!
        Open to both returning and new students!
        Avoid the lines and risk of closed classes!
    ON-LINE – November 5 – 30. More information on page 5.
    Three easy steps for on-line registration:
       1. Submit application* & all admission materials to Admissions Office.
       2. Obtain your PIN from your advisor or the Admissions Office.
       3. Go on-line (www.nctc.edu) to register.
       4. Payment is due on or before December 5, 2007 for Spring’ 08 registration. More
          information in box below.

    WALK-IN – November 5 – 30. Times:
                   Monday – Thursday – 8:30am to 4:00pm
                   Friday – 8:30am – 2:30pm
    Three easy steps for walk-in registration:
       1. Submit application* & all admission materials to Admissions Office.
       2. Obtain an Early Registration Permit from the Admissions Office.
       3. See your advisor to register and receive your PIN.
       4. Payment is due on or before December 5, 2007 for Spring ’08 registration. More
          information in box below.
 NOTE: You may change your schedule by completing a Schedule Change Form on the dates above or during regular registration.


                                Payment Deadlines Strictly Enforced
    Failure to pay by December 5, 2007 for Spring ’08 registration) may result in the cancellation of your
    registration, and you will be required to re-enroll during regular or late registration. It is the student’s
    responsibility to be aware of these payment deadlines and to make payment accordingly.




*apply                                                                               line
  https://cc.nctc.edu/cc3/forms/application/application.html
                                                            4
          For SPRING 2008
               24-Hour Availability
                                           Dates:
                      EARLY*: November 5–30 • REGULAR: January 7–10
                         Late: January 11 • Add/Drop: January 14–15
                                *Payment is due on or before December 5, 2007.


NCTC registration via the Internet?                                       from academic advising, and—even if you are not required
      Yes! You may register for all your courses via NCTC’s online        to do so—we highly recommend that you schedule an
registration system, “CampusConnect.” (You will be required to            appointment with your advisor prior to enrolling in classes.
“log in” with a Student ID and PIN – see below.) This system              You do have the opportunity to “self-advise” if you meet the
can be accessed from any computer connected to the internet.              criteria under “Who can register online?” above.
It also allows you to view/print your current class schedule;
view/print grade reports; check course availability; view/print           Who is NOT eligible to register online?
Financial Aid information; view/print unofficial transcripts; check
                                                                            You will not be allowed to register online if you:
account status; view/print Degree Audits; and more!
                                                                              1.   Are a dual-credit student;
Who can register online?                                                      2.   Are majoring in a certificate program;
      Currently enrolled (Fall 2007) and returning NCTC                       3.   Are on academic suspension;
students, as well as transfers from other colleges, (in good                  4.   Have not satisfied all TSI requirements;
academic standing), who have satisfied all Texas Success                      5.   Have a hold on your account.
Initiative requirements (page 10), who are not on “hold”
and have a complete admissions file may register online.                  If you are unable to register online...
HOWEVER, some students may be required FIRST to                                You must obtain a Time Permit from the Admissions
see an advisor and obtain a PIN number before they may                    Office and make an appointment with your assigned advisor.
register online.                                                          You MUST see your advisor to have your schedule approved;
    You are NOT required to first see an advisor if:                      then you will need to enroll during Early or Regular Walk-In
    • You are a declared ACADEMIC major and meet all the                  Registration periods, in person, as described on pages 4–5
       other requirements stated above.                                   of this Schedule of Classes.
    You ARE required to first see an advisor if:
    • You are a declared TECHNICAL MAJOR, a FIRST-                        I do qualify to register online—now what?
       TIME college student, or a student on academic                       If you meet all the criteria to qualify for online registration,
       probation and meet all the other requirements above.               go to the NCTC website at www.nctc.edu click on the
                                                                          “Registration” button (next to “Admissions” in the list of links at
How Do I Obtain My Student ID & PIN?                                      the left side of the page). Read the instructions and then click
     You are assigned a Student ID and PIN as part of the                 on the appropriate links to follow the easy steps to register
admissions process (see page 8). For step-by-step instructions            online for your courses.
on how to register online, go to www.nctc.edu, click on                                    See next page for helpful tips!
“Registration” (left side of page next to “Admissions”), then
scroll down and choose from the list of links:
     •   Currently enrolled NCTC Academic Major                                              PAY ONLINE!
     •   Currently enrolled NCTC Technical Major                                 No matter how you may have signed up for class-
     • Returning NCTC Students NOT Enrolled Previous Fall/                  es—early, online or in person—most NCTC students can
       Spring                                                               pay their tuition/fees ONLINE. Go to www.nctc.edu, click
     •   NCTC Students on Academic Probation                                “Campus Connect – Direct” (in the list of links on the left
     •   Transfer Students                                                  side of the page. Log in and follow the directions to pay with
     •   First-Time College Students                                        your credit card or automatic
                                                                            bank draft. Be sure to print or
Advising helpful, even if not required...                                   write down your authorization
     Not all students are required to see an advisor prior                  number for future reference.
to registering online. However, all students benefit greatly

                                                                      5
               Tips to help you successfully...



1.     Be sure to check very carefully that you pick courses offered on the campus you wish to attend!
       Otherwise, you may sign up for a course at the wrong campus. Be sure to check the ROOM NUMBER PREFIX, which
       indicates the campus location, as follows:
GAINESVILLE CAMPUS:
    ASC      =  Administration & Student Center (100) Building            GNSNET     =    Gainesville Internet Course
    AWF      =  Athletic Workout Facility                                 BCS        =    Business & Computer Science (500) Building
    HIT      =  Health & Industrial Technology (600) Building             FLDHSE     =    Field House (Gym)
    CEC      =  Community Ed & Cosmetology (1500) Building                COX        =    Mary Josephine Cox (300) Building
    LYCEUM =    Library Lyceum Meeting Room                               MSS        =    Math & Social Science (800) Building
    EQUCTR =    Equine Center                                             NRT        =    Nursing & Radiological Tech’ (200) Building
    SCI      =  Science (400) Building                                    VAC        =    Visual Arts Center (1300) Building
    CPA      =  Center for the Performing Arts
       CORINTH CAMPUS:                                                    BOWIE CAMPUS:
       COR     =  All Corinth Campus room locations.                      BOW     =             All Bowie Campus room locations.

2. Remember that there are certain courses you must take in sequential order. For example, ENGL1301
   must be completed prior to enrolling in ENGL1302, and both of these courses must be completed before enrolling in any
   sophomore-level English course.

3. Remember that many courses require you to sign up for both a lecture and lab. Examples include
   BIOL, CHEM and COSC courses, and there are a number of others. In the printed schedule of classes, each lecture
   section requiring a lab section (as well as each lab section requiring a corresponding lecture section) will have this speci-
   fied under the column heading “co-requisites”.

4. Use all eight digits of our PIN. For example, 02216310. Note there are no dashes, slashes, commas or other
   separators. And remember to include zeros!. Contact your advisor to obtain your PIN.

5. Remember that payment is due at the time of registration. See information below.

                         Questions about Online Registration? Call 940-668-4222.
         Bonus Tip: Avoid delays & problems by having your application & other required materials turned in before Registration.



       Avoid delays and problems by submitting your application & all other required materials at least two days
        before the day you plan to register. APPLY EARLY! Application Priority Deadline for Spring
     ’08 is December 1. Applications received by this date will receive priority during registration.



  Registering Early?                                        That’s right, no matter how they may have signed up for their
                                                      classes, most NCTC students now can pay their tuition/fees ONLINE.
  Online? In Person?                                  This means they can:
No Problem: Pay Online!                                    • Avoid long lines and delays and PAY ONLINE.
                                                           • Pay at their convenience—even after hours and on weekends;
                                                           • Use credit card or bank draft—save trip to campus.
                                                            Just go to the NCTC website: www.nctc.edu, click “Campus Con-
                                                      nect – Direct” in the list of links on the left side of the page. Log in and
                                                      follow the directions to pay tuition/fees online with your credit card or
                                                      automatic bank draft.



                                                                   6
LION PRIDE ORIENTATION                                                      IN
                                                                        PERSON
                                                                            OR

      Orientation is required prior to registration for all new first-time (& all previous dual credit) college students. And now you can
complete Orientation online!* You can complete it ANY TIME immediately prior to or during a registration period.
      Here’s How: Just go to the NCTC web site (www.nctc.edu), click on the “Admissions/Registration” button, and then click
on “Online Orientation.” Read the Introduction and then take the Virtual Tour, navigating top to bottom and left to right through
all the categories listed. When you’ve finished the Tour, go to the Evaluation page—there you’ll rate the web-based orientation
materials and take a quiz.* A grade of 70% is required to successfully complete Orientation. You’ll be glad you did. The Online
Orientation contains valuable, helpful information on such topics as:

    *IMPORTANT! – Students will NOT be able to complete the quiz online if:
    1. They are using an Internet browser version older than Netscape 4.0, Intenet Explorer 4.0 or AOL 5.0; or
    2. They are using a college computer (at any campus). This is because the NCTC network is a closed system for security purposes,
       and it will NOT support any mailed quiz grades. You may, however, use college computers to complete the quiz and then print
       out your results and hand carry the graded quiz to a counseling office.

    ✔ ADMISSIONS / ADVISING PROCESS                                             ✔ COLLEGE SURVIVAL SKILLS
    ✔ OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER EARLY                                             ✔ NCTC POLICIES & PROCEDURES
    ✔ THEA TEST REQUIREMENTS                                                    ✔ Much, Much More!
                             No Internet Access? Here’s Another Option...
     If you don’t have Internet access, there are computers on each NCTC campus through which you can access the online
orientation material. Remember, Orientation is REQUIRED for all new first-time college students, as well as all previous dual-
credit students, who are enrolling full-time. For more information or to sign up for one of the regular Orientation sessions offered
daily, contact the Counseling Office at any NCTC campus:
      GAINESVILLE (940-668-4216) • BOWIE (940-872-4002) • CORINTH (940-498-6289 or 6410)


                  Who, When, Where, Why, How…
      Academic Advising At NCTC: What Students Need To Know
        Academic advising is an essential element of NCTC’s commitment to ensuring that students are taking the proper courses, in
   the proper sequence, to meet their educational objectives. NCTC faculty provide academic advising services for students prior to the
   beginning of each new semester.
        Each department/program may utilize individual and/or group advising sessions—the dates of which will be published in the
   Schedule of Classes (with copies available in the Counseling Center, Admissions Office, departmental offices and on bulletin boards
   around campus).
        IMPORTANT: New students should contact an NCTC counselor at the campus they attend. All students must request a Degree
   Audit prior to meeting with their advisors for pre-enrollment advising. Degree Audit requests should be submitted well in advance of
   an appointment with an advisor to allow time for processing. For information call the Admissions Office (main campus) or your exten-
   sion campus Admissions Office.
        Students will be required to see an advisor for selection of courses and preparation of a degree plan. Those who change
   majors must request a Degree Audit reflecting that change. For more information contact either the Counseling Center or Admissions
   Office.
        Students who have taken the THEA* and who have not passed all sections are required to enroll in the applicable developmental
   classes unless enrolled in a TSI*-waived certificate program. All students who are TSI*-liable and have not yet passed the THEA* must
   see the Developmental Studies advisors prior to each registration until all sections of the THEA* have been passed.
        *See page 9 for more information about THEA and TSI.



                                                                    7
  AdmiSSionS policy/procedure
It’s Easy to Become                                    Admission Requirements
                                                            In order to satisfy NCTC’s admission requirements, the following materials must be submitted to
An NCTC Student!
                                                       the Admissions Office. NCTC encourages students to complete the admissions process PRIOR to the
NCTC operates under an “open” admis-                   day of registration.
sions policy. However, being admitted to                    1. An Application for Admission. Proof of residency is required on the application.
NCTC does NOT guarantee admission to                        2. An official transcript from high school (for students who graduated) OR documentation of GED
certain programs offered by the college                         scores (for students without high school diplomas) OR official transcripts from all previously at-
(Nursing, for example). These specialized                       tended colleges.
programs have additional qualification
                                                            Students who do not meet the above requirements and who are 18 years of age or older may be
requirements, and prospective students
                                                       admitted on Individual Approval. Contact the Admissions Office for details.
should consult the Director of Admissions,
                                                            NOTE: All students who are not Texas Success Initiative (TSI)–exempt (see page 9) or enrolled in
Division/Department Director or a college
                                                       a TSI-waived cerfitificate program MUST take the THEA exam PRIOR to enrolling in a public college in
counselor for details. Persons under age
                                                       Texas.
18 and/or persons who do not have a
high school diploma or GED may be ad-                        International Students – Must contact the international student advisor Janet Cox (940-668-7731,
mitted under special admissions require-               ext. 4404, email: jcox@nctc.edu) regarding requirements for admission to NCTC. Necessary paperwork
ments. Please refer to the current college             should be completed prior to the student’s arrival on campus.
catalog for more information.
                                                           NOTE: Official NCTC transcripts will be withheld from students who do not complete
                                                           admission requirements. Those students will not be allowed to re-enroll at NCTC until all
Quick Tips for Students                                    admission requirements are met.

The NCTC Application for Admission is available
online. Students may either submit it elec-
tronically or download a copy in PDF format to         Continuing Students                                       tion is encouraged.
complete and send to us. Find the Application at       (Attended NCTC for academic credit during the          2. Provide official transcripts for any college at-
www.nctc.edu (click Admissions in the list of links    Fall 2007 semester. Many will be eligible for on-         tended since last at NCTC, if applicable.
at the left side of the page, then click “How do I     line registration.)                                    3. Submit THEA scores, or provide documenta-
apply…?”).                                             1. Ensure that student demographic information            tion of scores for appropriate exemption.
                                                            is accurate and up-to-date.                       4. Meet with departmental advisor or counselor.
To “register” for classes, students actually com-      2. Meet with department advisor or counselor.          5. Select classes.
plete three steps:                                     3. Select classes.                                     6. Register when eligible; pay by the deadline.
   1. Admission to the college*;                       4. Register whenever eligible; pay by the dead-
   2. Assessment of skills and advisement of                line.                                             Transfer Students
        appropriate courses; and                                                                              (Other college experience.)
   3. Enrollment in courses.                           New Students                                           1. Complete NCTC Application for Admission.
*Note that admission to the college does not guar-     (No prior college.)                                        This may submitted via the NCTC website,
antee admission to certain programs, such as           1. Complete NCTC Application for Admission.                mailed or delivered in person. Early applica-
Nursing, for which additional admission require-           This may submitted via the NCTC website,               tion is encouraged.
ments may apply.                                           mailed or delivered in person. Early applica-      2. Submit official transcript(s) from all colleges
                                                           tion is encouraged.                                    previously attended. These are needed prior
Priority Admission Dates are helpful for               2. Submit official high school transcript, or pro-         to or at the time of registration.
completion of all paperwork prior to registration.         vide either the GED test scores or the certifi-     3. Submit THEA scores, or provide documenta-
Students who submit an Application for Admis-              cate. Students seeking admission by Individ-           tion of scores for appropriate exemption.
sion and all required transcripts and test scores by       ual Approval need to contact the Admissions        4. Meet with departmental advisor or counselor.
these dates will help assure that their registration       Office prior to enrollment for details.            5. Select classes.
process goes smoothly.                                 3. Submit THEA scores, or provide documenta-           6. Register when eligible; pay by the deadline.
                                                           tion of scores for appropriate exemption.
                                                       4. Complete online Lion Pride Orientation.             High School Students
      REGISTRATION CHECKLIST
                                                       5. Meet with departmental advisor or counselor.        (Seeking Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment)
  o   Complete Application for Admission               6. Select classes.                                     Students wishing to be concurrently enrolled in
  o   Submit official transcripts                      7. Register when eligible; pay by the deadline.        high school and NCTC should contact the Admis-
  o   Submit TSI scores/exemption                                                                             sions Office prior to enrollment. Many courses are
  o   Take online Orientation, if applicable
                                                       Former Students                                        offered on area high school campuses. Eligible
  o   Meet with academic advisor
                                                       (Last attended NCTC prior to Spring 2007 .)            students may also enroll for courses taught at one
  o   Obtain PIN & register
  o   Pay for classes
                                                       1. Complete NCTC Application for Admission.            of the NCTC campuses. For more information
  o   Obtain your student ID card                          This may submitted via the NCTC website,           about Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment, contact
                                                           mailed or delivered in person. Early applica-      the Admissions Office at 940-668-4222.

                                                                                8
  teXAS SucceSS initiAtiVe
                                                                                                            The new “Texas Success Initia-
                                                                                                            tive” requires all entering fresh-
                                                                                                            man students to be tested prior
                                                                                                            to enrolling in college unless
                                                                                                            they are exempt based on certain
                                                                                                            criteria (see below).




What Is THEA?                                                                          TAKS – At least 2200 on math and/or 2200 on ELA with a
      THEA (Texas Higher Education Assessment) is the new name                         writing score of 3 on the 11th grade Exit-Level TAKS. Note
for the TASP test. The content of the THEA is basically the same                       that scores must have been earned within the past three
as TASP and is a test aimed at measuring students’ ability to do                       years.
college-level work. It is also designed to identify possible deficiencies            • Students who are serving on active duty as a member of the
in reading, writing and math which may need to be corrected—prior                      U.S. armed forces, the Texas National guard or a reserve unit of
to enrolling in certain college-level courses—through remediation                      the U.S. armed forces and have been serving for at least three
or “developmental” courses. THEA replaces the testing program                          years preceding enrollment.
known as TASP.
                                                                                     • Students who, on or after August 1, 1990, were honorably dis-
      Although the THEA test is the primary instrument by which
                                                                                       charged, retired or released from active duty as a member of
students may be tested, other tests may be used including COM-
                                                                                       the U.S. armed forces or Texas National Guard or a reserve unit
PASS, ACCUPLACER, or ASSET. Students who take COMPASS,
                                                                                       of the U.S. armed forces.
ACCUPLACER, or ASSET to satisfy the testing requirement must
present scores on an official college transcript.                                    • Students who transfer from private or out-of-state institutions
      Students who demonstrate deficiencies in any area of the                         may use transferred courses for which college credit is earned
test will be required to enroll in at least one developmental                          in the areas of Reading, Mathematics, and Writing.
course each semester. Students may take more than one develop-
mental course during the semester, but any sequence started must
be continued each semester until that sequence is complete. A final
                                                                                              ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS
grade of “C” or better is required for each developmental course.
      If a student’s scores fall below the “deviation standard” in one or                        IMPORTANT NOTICE!
more areas, they must re-test in that area after having completed all                  Students are blocked from enrolling in the following courses IF
developmental courses before proceeding to college-level courses in               they have not yet passed the THEA, COMPASS, ACCUPLACER,
that same area. For more information regarding “deviation standards,”             or ASSET test for that area:
contact the Counseling Center or Office of Admissions.
                                                                                  • READING: If score is LESS than 230, students will not be al-
                                                                                    lowed to enroll in: HIST1301 or 1302 (U.S. History); GOVT2305
Who Is Exempt From Testing?                                                         or 2306 (American Government); ANY sophomore literature
                                                                                    course; or PSYC2301 (General Psychology).
    The testing requirement is waived for students who may be exempt
according to the following criteria:                                              • MATHEMATICS: If score is LESS than 230, students will not
                                                                                    be allowed to enroll in: MATH1332 (College Math); MATH 1314
     • Students who have earned an associate’s or bachelor’s degree
                                                                                    (College Algebra); or MATH 1316 (Trigonometry).
       or higher from a public Texas college.
                                                                                  • WRITING: If score is LESS than 220, students will not be allowed
     • Any student wishing to enroll in a THEA-waived certificate pro-
                                                                                    to enroll in: ENGL1301 (Grammar & Composition) or ENGL1302
       gram. Such “Level-One” certificates are programs of one year
                                                                                    (Literature & Composition).
       or less that require at least 15 but no more than 42 semester
       credit hours.
     • Students with the following scores:
                                                                                May I Re-test?
                                                                                     Students who have not yet passed a section of THEA, COMPASS,
       ACT – Composite score of 23; at least 19 on English and/or
                                                                                ACCUPLACER or ASSET may re-test on any regularly scheduled test
       Math portions. Note that scores must have been earned within
                                                                                date (see next page) during the semester. They will then be eligible to
       the past five years.
                                                                                proceed to college level course work in the areas for which they receive
       SAT – Combined score of 1070; at least 500 on verbal and/or              a passing score.
       math. Note that scores must have been earned within the past                  For more information about THEA testing requirements, contact
       five years.                                                              the Counseling office at your campus or go to the THEA website: www.
       TAAS – At least 1770 on writing and TLI of 86 on Math, and 89            thea.nesinc.com/.
       on reading for tests taken at one sitting during Spring 1996 or
       later. Note that these scores must have been earned within the                See next page for regular THEA Test dates and for
       past three years.                                                                schedule of THEA QuickTest dates for Fall.


                                                                            9
                                                                         Schedule of Regular
                                                                         THEA Testing Dates


   Feb. 23, 2008                     April 19, 2008                    June 21, 2008                    July 26, 2008
     Contact the Counseling Center (940-668-4216) for postmark deadline dates for each of the tests listed above.

                         Schedule of THEA QuickTest Testing Dates
What is THEA QuickTest?
This is a version of the THEA test that is administered by the college at times other than those scheduled for “regular” THEA
testing (see above). Contact the Business Office at the campus where you wish to take the exam, pay your $10 registration
fee and sign up IN ADVANCE. On the day of the exam, bring $29.00 (check, money order or credit card payable to NES),
picture ID, 4-function non programmable, non scientific calculator and two #2 pencils. There is no prior mail-in registration
as with the regular THEA test, but a reservation is necessary.
              GAINESVILLE (940-668-4216) • BOWIE (940-872-4002) • CORINTH (940-498-6255)
                          Dates/Locations* for the THEA QuickTest are as follows:
         Gainesville Campus                   Corinth Campus                                    Bowie Campus
            (Note Times)                        (All at 9:00am)                                 (All at 8:30am)
      November 16, 2007 – 1PM                       November 6, 2007                         November 9, 2007
      December 11, 2007 – 9AM                      November 13, 2007                         December 7, 2007
      December 13, 2007 – 9AM                       December 4, 2007                          January 25, 2008
        January 4, 2008 – 9AM                       February 14, 2008                        February 15, 2008
       February 8, 2008 – 9AM                         March 6, 2008                            March 7, 2008
         March 5, 2008 – 1PM                         March 27, 2008                             April 11, 2008
        March 14, 2008 – 9AM                          April 10, 2008                            May 16, 2008
         April 11, 2008 – 9AM                         May 22, 2008                             June 13, 2008
          May 2, 2008 – 9AM                            June 6, 2008                             July 25, 2008
         May 16, 2008 – 9AM                           June 13, 2008                            August 1, 2008
          June 6, 2008 – 9AM                          June 20, 2008                           October 10, 2008
         June 20, 2008 – 9AM                          June 27, 2008                          November 14, 2008
         July 11, 2008 – 9AM                          July 11, 2008                          December 5, 2008
         July 18, 2008 – 9AM                          July 18, 2008
        August 6, 2008 – 1PM                          July 25, 2008
       August 11, 2008 – 9AM                         August 1, 2008
       October 12, 2008 – 1PM                        August 8, 2008
      November 18, 2008 – 9AM                      September 25, 2008
      December 13, 2008 – 9AM                        October 9, 2008
      December 15, 2008 – 9AM                       October 23, 2008
                                                    November 6, 2008
                                                   November 13, 2008
                                                    December 4, 2008

*NOTE: NCTC reserves the right to change THEA QuickTest testing dates and fees without prior notice. For more information,
contact the Counseling Center at your campus (numbers listed above).




 You can order your textbooks ONLINE!
               ✔ Charge to your credit card – it’s super secure!
          ✔ Have your books delivered to your doorstep or have them
           waiting for you at the NCTC Bookstore on your campus!
                       Go online to: www.efollett.com
            1. Click drop-down menu 2. Choose “Texas” 3. Scroll down to NCTC
               4. Choose your campus 5. Place order It’s simple, fast & easy!
                                              Questions? Contact us at:
940-668-4246 or nctcgainesville@bkstr.com • 940-498-6279 or nctccorinth@bkstr.com


                                                             10
  tuition & fee coStS
      Generally, the cost of enrolling at North Central Texas Col-                        Fees charged at registration, in addition to tuition, consist
lege for a regular long semester (Fall or Spring) will be the sum                    of a Building Use Fee of $8.00 per semester hour (Education
of four expense categories: (1) Tuition; (2) Fees; (3) Books &                       Code 54.0513 and 55.16); a Student Services Fee of $1.00
Supplies; and (4) Personal Living Expenses, including Trans-                         per semester hour (Education Code 54.503); Laboratory Fees
portation and Room/Board. No attempt is made to estimate                             (Education Code 54.501) when applicable – see below) and a
this last category of expense because it varies so widely among                      one-time Property Deposit of $10.00 (Education Code 54.502)
individual students.                                                                 – see below.
                                                                                                 TUITION RATES PER SEMESTER HOUR
        IMPORTANT: NCTC is a state-supported institution
  subject to state laws. Credit is extended for expenses                                               See Summary Chart Below
  owed to the college only under limited circumstances. All                            In-District (Cooke County) Residents:
  tuition, fees, dorm rent and other elements of expense                               Tuition.................................................................... $34.00
  for attending NCTC are subject to change by the NCTC
  Board of Trustees.                                                                   Building Use Fee ..................................................... $8.00
        Correction of Errors: Students are responsible for                             Student Services Fee.............................................. $1.00
  any additional amount due NCTC resulting from auditing                                                              Total Per Semester Hour* $43.00
  and correction of records after registration fees have been
  paid—including all registration assessment errors, invalid                           Out-of-District Texas Residents:
  third-party agreements, and failure to prove residence
  status.                                                                              Tuition.................................................................... $63.00
                                                                                       Building Use Fee ..................................................... $8.00
        PAYMENT REQUIREMENT – All tuition and fees are due
                                                                                       Student Services Fee.............................................. $1.00
  the day you register and must be paid in full to complete the
  registration process. However, during early registration there                                                      Total Per Semester Hour* $72.00
  is an additional period of time to make payment. At the end of
  each registration period, any accounts unpaid may result in the                      Out-of-State (except some OKLA) Residents:
  cancellation of a student’s registration and a requirement that                      Tuition.................................................................... $98.00
  the student re-register for classes. Payment for any additional                      Building Use Fee ..................................................... $8.00
  tuition and fees resulting from schedule revisions or class adds/                    Student Services Fee.............................................. $1.00
  drops is due at the time a change is made. Students will NOT                                                      Total Per Semester Hour* $107.00
  be allowed to register after the last day of the add/drop period
  or late registration.                                                                  *Exclusive of Laboratory Fee or other costs – see below.




                                                                                                    FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
                                                                                          Estimated Tuition and Fees Schedule – Fall 2007
     No matter how they sign up for their classes, most NCTC                            Sem.                In-District             Out-of District
students can pay their tuition/fees ONLINE. They can:                                   Credit           (Cooke County)            (Denton County   Out Of
     • Avoid the possibility of long lines and delays;                                  Hours            (Cooke County)           Montague County) State
     • Pay at their convenience—even on weekends and after                                 1.................. $43.00 ............... $72.00 ........ $107.00
        regular hours—and pay in INSTALLMENTS. See page                                    2..................... 86.00 ................. 144.00 ............214.00
        13 for more.                                                                       3................... 129.00 ................. 216.00 ............321.00
     • Pay with credit card or bank draft—save a trip to campus.                           4................... 172.00 ................. 288.00 ............428.00
     Just go to www.nctc.edu, click on “Campus Connect – Di-                               5................... 215.00 ................. 360.00 ............535.00
rect” (in list of links at left of page), then log in and follow the                       6................... 258.00 ................. 432.00 ............642.00
                                                                                           7................... 301.00 ................. 504.00 ............749.00
instructions to pay your tuition/fees online with your credit card
                                                                                           8................... 344.00 ................. 576.00 ............856.00
or automatic bank draft.                                                                   9................... 387.00 ................. 648.00 ............963.00
                                                                                           10................. 430.00 ................. 720.00 ..........1070.00
TUITION & FEES                                                                             11................. 473.00 ................. 792.00 ..........1177.00
     Tuition (Education Code 54.008) at North Central Texas                                12................. 516.00 ................. 864.00 ..........1284.00
College is based on a student’s permanent legal place of resi-                             13................. 559.00 ................. 936.00 ..........1391.00
                                                                                           14................. 602.00 ............... 1008.00 ..........1498.00
dence. The three residency classifications are: ➊ In-District
                                                                                           15................. 645.00 ............... 1080.00 ..........1605.00
Resident (of Cooke County); ➋ Out-of-District Resident*; and                               16................. 688.00 ............... 1152.00 ..........1712.00
➌ Out-of-State Resident (including foreign countries). Students                            17................. 731.00 ............... 1224.00 ..........1819.00
must complete a Residency Questionnaire Form and may also                                  18................. 774.00 ............... 1296.00 ..........1926.00
be required to furnish documentary proof (such as a valid Texas                            19................. 817.00 ............... 1368.00 ..........2033.00
driver’s license) to prove resident status.                                                20................. 860.00 ............... 1440.00 ..........2140.00
     * Out-of-District rate applies to residents of all Texas counties except
                                                                                         * Does not include lab fees, malpractice insurance, special
     Cooke and residents of Oklahoma counties contiguous with Cooke                      fees or property deposit fees.
     who, due to a reciprocal agreement, pay the same tuition rate as
     Texas Residents.                                                                                                                           Continued On Next Page


                                                                                11
PROPERTY DEPOSIT                                                                     3. After the return period, books may be returned at the whole-
      There is a one-time property deposit fee of $10.00 to insure the                  sale buy-back price.
institution against damages and breakage in libraries and laborato-                     *NOTE: All returns MUST be accompanied by a current sales receipt and
ries (Section 54.502 of the Education Code). When a student leaves                      have price tags attached. Some books are shrink-wrapped and cannot
school (and for a four-year period following his/her exit from school)                  be returned once the wrap is broken. Defective new books should be
                                                                                        returned immediately. Bookstore personnel will act as sole judges of
the student may request a refund of any portion of the property deposit                 whether books are in new or used condition.
that is unused.
                                                                                           For more information call the NCTC Bookstore
                                                                                         Gainesville: 940/668-4246 • Corinth: 940-498-6279
LABORATORY FEES                                                                                         Bowie: 940-872-4002
      For courses which require a lab, an additional lab fee will be                   North Central Texas College accepts Visa &
charged in addition to all other fees when you register for these particular           MasterCard for payment of tuition/fees and
courses. Check the column headed “Lab Fee” in the class listings to                     for the purchase of books and supplies.
see if any courses you will be taking carry an additional lab fee charge.
Some labs, such as Bowling, Racquetball, Artificial Insemination, etc.,              ON-CAMPUS STUDENT HOUSING
may require payment of an extra fee to a place of business or other                  Costs listed below (long semesters) are for students living on campus in
site where the class meets & instruction is given.                                   a college-owned residence hall—either Bonner Hall or the apartment-
                                                                                     style Hays Hall. Rental charges for both residence halls during a
THREE-PEAT COURSE TUITION                                                            regular Spring or Fall semester at NCTC include a mandatory meal
      An additional $60 per semester credit hour tuition will be charged             plan. This meal plan provides for 14 meals per week for 16 weeks.
                                                                                     (Residence halls are closed for Thanksgiving holiday, Spring Break
to students taking a course more than two times at NCTC. (Effective
                                                                                     and between semesters.) PRICES LISTED BELOW ARE SUBJECT
Nov. 22, 2005, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board will not
                                                                                     TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
permit institutions to submit for formula funding any hours for a course
that a student previously attempted two or more times at the same                                Total Charges Per 16-Week Semester:
                                                                                                                               Bonner Hall           Hays Hall
institution. Therefore, this cost is being passed on to the student.)
                                                                                       Rent + 14 Meals/Week:
                                                                                       Paid at registration .................. $1,669 ...............$1,774
DISTANCE EDUCATION FEE
      A $50 per course fee will be charged for each course in which a                  Rent + 14 Meals/Week – paid in installments:
student enrolls that is offered fully or partially online (hybrid) or through            Due at registration................$900 .......................$900
the Virtual College of Texas. An online course is one in which 80–100%                   Due February 15 ..................$400 .......................$450
of the subject matter is provided via the Internet. A hybrid course is one               Due March 15 ......................$389 .......................$414
in which 50% of the subject matter is provided via the Internet and for                  Total..................................$1,689 ....................$1,764
which the student is required to attend labs and/or some classroom                        Deposits – A deposit of $150 is required and payable prior
instruction on campus. The Virtual College of Texas is a consortium                                                                        Continued next page
of community colleges that supplies and/or hosts online instruction in
which students from participating colleges may enroll by paying tuition to
the host college for the course and having credit for that course granted                         REFUND SCHEDULE
by the host college. NCTC participates in the VCT as a host college,                      Students who have to withdraw completely from college
enrolls students only in courses that are part of the curriculum offered               and do so with official approval may have their tuition and fees
at NCTC and grants credit to students who successfully complete                        refunded according to the following schedule.
those VCT courses.                                                                                  Credit Hour Tuition & Fees Refunds:
                                                                                           A 100% refund will be given ONLY when a class is can-
                                                                                       celled by NCTC. If a student completely withdraws before
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES                                                                     the first class day, there will be a 100% refund. Otherwise:
     These expenses vary widely from student to student. Nursing                         January 12, 14–19, 22–26, 28–30 ..........................70%
students, for example, can expect to pay much higher prices for their                    January 31, February 1, 2, 4, 5 ...............................25%
textbooks and supplies (clinical uniforms, stethoscopes, etc.) than would                     NO REFUND GIVEN AFTER 20TH CLASS DAY
a student taking mostly academic courses such as English, history,                         Partial Withdrawal: Should a student reduce his/her
etc. Generally, books and supplies will PROBABLY cost a MINIMUM                        semester-credit-hour load by officially dropping a course or
of about $50.00 per semester hour.                                                     courses and remain enrolled at NCTC, the following refund
     Textbook Return/Refund Policy: Textbooks purchased for Fall                       rate will apply:
or Spring semesters may be returned to the Bookstore:                                     1st–12th Class Day:
                                                                                          January 12, 14–19, 22–26 ....................................100%
1. Through the 5th day of classes for a 100% refund*; or                                  13th–15th Class Day: Jan. 28, 29, 30 .....................70%
2. During the second week of classes for a 75% refund*; or                                16th–20th Class Day: Jan. 31, Feb. 1, 2, 4, 5..........25%
                                                                                           NOTICE: Any student who withdraws from the college after
                                                                                       registration must obtain clearance from the Office of Admissions/
                  IMPORTANT NOTICE:                                                    Registrar. No transcript of credit for work done will be given a student
  Students are responsible for dropping any courses for which                          whose Library, financial or other obligations to the College have not
  they register but no longer wish to attend. Simply discontinu-                       been cleared. STUDENTS DROPPED FROM CLASSES FOR EXCES-
  ing attendance without officially dropping will cause forfeiture                     SIVE ABSENCES BY AN OFFICIAL OF THE COLLEGE ARE NOT
                                                                                       ENTITLED TO A REFUND AFTER THE REFUND DATES.
  of any refunds and may result in a grade of “F” being posted                             For more information, call the NCTC Business Office at 940-668-
  to the student’s transcript.                                                         4200 (Gainesville) or 940-498-6255 (Corinth).



                                                                                12
to move-in. Deposits are refundable only after the semester       TUITION/FEES INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN
has concluded. Deposits paid by students already living in the         To be eligible, students cannot for any reason be on
Residence Hall will carry over.                                   “financial hold” or probation or suspension by the college.
     For additional information about student housing, contact    For more about how you can pay ONLINE by credit card or
the NCTC Director of Student Life, Kim Brown, at 940-668-3330,    automatic bank draft, see page 13 or visit the NCTC website at
or by email: kbrown@nctc.edu.                                     www. nctc.edu and look for the e-Cashier logo (see below).




    Pay Tuition and Fees in Full              Avoid the Line... Pay Online!
         or Make Payment                    North Central Texas College lets you jump the payment line with
       Arrangements Online                  a single mouse click. It’s EASIER and MORE CONVENIENT!
                                            You can even pay by INSTALLMENT!
    •	 The	sooner	you	pay,	the	
       more	options	you	have.
    •	 Convenient—from	any	
       computer.
    •	 Payments	draft	
       automatically	from	your	
       bank account or credit
       card.
      You Can Select from the               Sign up EARLY! The longer you wait, the fewer choices you
    Following Payment Options:              have. Get the specifics—stop by or call the NCTC Business Office
                                            at your campus (Gainesville or Bowie: 940-668-4200; Corinth:
    •	 No	down	payment,	4	or	
                                            940-498-6255). You can also get all the
       5	monthly	payments.
                                            details by checking out the e-Cashier™
    •	 Down	payment,	2	or	3	                online—just log onto the NCTC website
       monthly	payments.                    at www.nctc.edu and click on the link to
    •	 Pay	in	full	online!                  Campus Connect–Direct at the left side of
                                                                                          www.factmgt.com
                                            the page. Do it today!

    EARLY REGISTRATION		e-Cashier	™	is	available	beginning	NOVEMBER	5,	2007
    	           Last	Day	to	               Required	                    Number	of	                 Months	of
    	          Submit	Online	            Down	Payment	                  Payments	                  Payments

            November 29                     None                            4               December – March
            December 16                     25%                             3                January – March
    Full payments may be made on e-Cashier ™ through DECEMBER 16, 2007.
    REGULAR REGISTRATION		e-Cashier	™	is	available	beginning	JANUARY	1,	2008
              January 12                     50%                            2               February & March
    Full payments may be made on e-Cashier ™ through JANUARY 25, 2008.




                      IMPORTANT NOTICE – EARLY APPLICATIONS GET PRIORITY
   Submit your Application for Admission (you can do it online – see bottom of page 3) at least 2 days
   prior to the day you plan to register. APPLY EARLY! Application Priority Deadline for Spring ’08 is
   December 1. Applications received by this date will receive priority during registration.


                                                                 13
  finAnciAl Aid / VeterAnS
General Overview                                                            need is established, the Financial Aid Office will put together
     Generally speaking, NCTC’s Financial Aid Office helps                  an aid “package” for you—based on your individual needs and
students secure the financial assistance they need to pay                   circumstances, as well as availability of funds—from one or
college expenses by putting together a financial aid “package”              more of the sources described below.
based on their level of eligibility. Establishing eligibility—the                NCTC Foundation Scholarships – A wide range of both
actual amount of aid for which an individual student qualifies              need-based and merit-based scholarship are available through
(based on income and other factors)—is where the whole pro-                 the NCTC Foundation. Students may complete a scholarship
cess begins. (Refer to section below on FAFSA.) Once this                   application online at http://www.nctc.edu/Student_Services/
is done, the Financial Aid Office puts together the student’s               FinAid/scholarships.html or pick up a scholarship application
aid “package,” which may consist of one program such as the                 in the financial aid office on all three campuses or the Foundation
Federally funded Pell Grant or a combination of programs which              Office in Room 309 on the Gainesville Campus. Applications are
may include Pell, Work-Study and/or one or more of the other                due in October for the Spring semester and April 15 for the fall
Federal, State and local programs described below.                          semester. It is important to understand that while a scholarship
                                                                            may not, technically, be considered a part of the aid “package”
FAFSA—The First Step
                                                                            put together by the Financial Aid Office, scholarship assistance
     The process of applying for financial aid at NCTC begins
                                                                            beingreceived by a student may be taken into account by the
with the student applicant’s completion of the Free Application
                                                                            Financial Aid Office in calculating the student’s COA as outlined
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All students who wish to be
                                                                            above. For more information on the NCTC Foundation please
considered for any kind of Federal or State aid MUST complete
                                                                            call 940-668-4213 or email dsharp@nctc.edu.
this application, and this should be done well in advance of
the beginning of the semester for which the student wishes to
receive aid. Call the Financial Aid Office at 940-668-4242 for                         Sources of Financial Aid
information about deadlines.
                                                                              IMPORTANT NOTICE: All Financial Aid, except the Pell Grant
                                                                              and State Tuition Waivers, are subject to the availability of funds.
                                                                              Following are summaries of the basic eligibility requirements for
                                                                              the various types of aid; however, there may be additional require-
                     www.fafsa.ed.gov                                         ments, not specified here, for some programs. All programs are
     The FAFSA form, along with a packet of instructions and                  subject to change without notice.
other information, is available in the NCTC Financial Aid Office
at the Gainesville Campus, the Admissions area at the Corinth                   Need Based Aid – U.S. Department of Education
Campus and the front reception counter at the Bowie Campus.                                     (FAFSA is required.)
Perhaps the easiest and most convenient way to access,                      • Pell Grant – Awarded to undergraduate students who have
complete and submit the FAFSA is on-line. Go to www.fafsa.                    not earned a bachelors degree and who have an Expected
ed.gov. The NCTC school code is 003558.                                       Family Contribution (EFC) below 4110. The EFC require-
                                                                              ments change each year.
What is Financial Need, Expected Family
Contribution, and Cost of Attendance?                                       • Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) –
    The information you provide on the FAFSA is used in a                     For undergraduate students with exceptional financial need.
formula established by the Federal government to determine                    NCTC only gives SEOG to students who are eligible for the
your individual level of eligibility for aid. The formula determines          maximum Pell.
what is called your “Expected Family Contribution” (EFC). The               • Work-Study (FWS) – Provides jobs for undergraduate
EFC, however, is not the exact amount you and your family will                students with financial need.
end up paying. Your EFC is used in the following equation to
determine an actual dollar amount of financial need:                        • Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)

  Cost of Attendance – (minus) EFC = Financial Need                                        Need Based Aid – State of Texas
     Cost of Attendance (COA) is calculated by the NCTC                       (FAFSA required & student applicant must be a Texas Resident.)
Financial Aid Office, using U.S. Department of Education guide-             • Work-Study – Provides jobs for undergraduate students with
lines, and may include room and board, transportation, tuition                financial need.
and fees, books and supplies, and personal expenses.                        • Texas Public Educational Grant – Must have need, and
     Again, the dollar amount of aid you receive may not come                 grant is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
from a single source. Once your individual level of financial                                                                Continued On Next Page


 IMPORTANT NOTICE – Financial aid awards are based on the number of credit hours in which a student is enrolled
 and attending each semester. Residual financial aid checks will be mailed on the 30th class day of each semester,
 after 12th class day audit rolls are reviewed for attendance verification. FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASSES MAY RESULT
 IN A REDUCTION AND/OR LOSS OF FINANCIAL AID MONIES.


                                                                       14
• Property Deposit Scholarship – Must have need, and USING VETERANS’
  scholarship is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. EDUCATION BENEFITS
• Texas Grant II – Must have need, have an EFC of 2000 or less,
  student cannot have an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree,   All veterans expecting to receive educational benefits
  and grant is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.       MUST have their degree plans on file and the courses in
                                                                           which they wish to enroll approved PRIOR TO REGISTRA-
         Merit & Need Based Aid – State of Texas                           TION by a college counselor. There are different categories
               (FAFSA is required, and student                             of veteran benefits recipients. The most common types
            applicant must be a Texas Resident.)                           are: Chapter 31–Disabled Vets; Chapter 30–New GI Bill;
• Texas Grant – Must demonstrate need, be a graduate from a                Chapter 32–Veterans who contributed to their benefits
  Texas high school, 2001 or later, and must have completed the            (went into effect after Vietnam era); Chapter 35–Wid-
  recommended curriculum or above. EFC must be below 4000.                 ows/Dependents; Chapter 1606–Reserves; Chapter
• Hazelwood Act – Texas veterans who have exhausted all                    1607 REAP.
  GI benefits.                                                                 As a veteran, you may be entitled to VA benefits under
• Teacher Aide – Teacher’s aide for one year and have need.                one of these categories for up to a maximum of 45 months
                                                                           education/training. The amount of your benefits and length
• AFDC Recipients – Must have received AFDC at least 6
  months during senior year of high school, must be younger
                                                                           of your entitlement, however, is determined by the category
  than age 22, and must start using exemption within 12 months             under which you qualify and, in some cases, the amount you
  of graduation.                                                           contributed. VA benefits are usually paid at the end of the
                                                                           month and come directly to the veteran. Veterans who ap-
• Foster Care – Must have been in foster care the day after
                                                                           ply and have all VA required procedures completed 45 days
  your 18th birthday.
                                                                           prior to their first semester may apply for advance pay.
• Children of Disabled/Deceased Fireman & Peace Officers
  – Must apply before 21st birthday.                        HOW TO APPLY: First, make application for admis-
                                                       sion to North Central Texas College and then schedule
• Early High School Graduates – Must graduate in 36 or an appointment to see a Veteran Counselor in the NCTC
  fewer continuous months.                             Financial Aid Office. Veterans attending NCTC for the first
• Disabled Peace Officer.                              time will need to submit a copy of DD 214 or certificate of
• Fire Fighter.                                        eligibility. Reserves will need a copy of their Notice of Basic
                                                       Eligibility (NOBE).
• Children of POWs/MIAs.
• Valedictorians.                                                        For more information, contact:
                                                               Gainesville & Bowie Campuses – Ashley Tatum
• Good Neighbors – For certain international students, who
                                                           Financial Aid Office • 940-668-4242 • atatum@nctc.edu
   must be on an approved and current Student Visa, have been
   born in and remain a current resident of an independent na-                      Corinth Campus – Stanja Hurley
   tion in the American Hemisphere (not including CUBA or the                Room COR102 • 940-498-6202 • shurley@nctc.edu
   UNITED STATES), and intend to return to the eligible country
   upon completion of education.
                                                                           Advance Pay Option…
               For more information contact:                                    Advanced pay is now available to eligible Veterans and
          NCTC Office of Student Financial Aid                             dependents who are enrolled for at least six college credits
               1525 West California Street                                 or more AND who have submitted all VA-required paperwork
          Gainesville, TX 76240 • 940/668-4242                             at least 45 days PRIOR to the start of the semester. This
                Corinth Campus: 940-498-6294                               applies ONLY if there is more than a 30-day interval between
                 Bowie Campus: 940-872-4002                                semesters. Advance pay must be requested in writing.



                        FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION DEADLINES
     All students expecting to receive a Financial Aid award to pay enrollment expenses at the time of registration for the Spring ’08 Semester
at North Central Texas College MUST HAVE A COMPLETED APPLICATION ON FILE IN THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE BY November
1, 2007. Incomplete applications and those submitted after June 1 will be processed as time allows.
     Students applying for financial aid after November 1, 2007 (and who have not been approved prior to November 30) should be prepared
to pay cash for tuition and fees at registration. (Award checks for late applicants will be given out as soon as possible.) The Business
Office will issue residual aid checks by mail.

      NOTICE: Financial aid recipients who withdraw from school prior to completing 60% of the
  semester may be required to return a portion of their financial aid awards. Any student who owes a
  return of Federal Title IV financial aid cannot re-enroll in college until the money has been repaid.



                                                                      15
finAl eXAm Schedule – Spring ’08
                               Finals are scheduled week of May 2–8, 2008.
 NOTE: Please schedule your final exam during the specified dates. Dean approval is required for final exams to be of-
 fered on an alternate date.

                                         MONDAY – WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY CLASSES
   Regular Class Time                               Monday Finals                                               Wednesday Finals
   07:00 – 07:50 AM                              7:00 AM – 8:50 AM
   08:00 – 08:50 AM                                                                                             8:00 AM – 9:50 AM
   09:00 – 09:50 AM                                   9:00 AM – 10:50 AM
   10:00 – 10:50 AM                                                                                             10:00 AM – 11:50 AM
   11:00 – 11:50 AM                                   11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
   12:00 – 12:50 PM                                                                                             12:00 PM – 1:50 PM
   01:00 – 01:50 PM                                   1:00 PM – 2:50 PM
   02:00 – 02:50 PM                                                                                             2:00 PM – 3:50 PM
   03:00 – 03:50 PM                                   3:00 PM – 4:50 PM
   04:00 – 04:50 PM                                                                                             4:00 PM – 5:50 PM
   05:00 – 05:50 PM                                   5:00 PM – 6:50 PM

                                                TUESDAY – THURSDAY CLASSES
   Regular Class Time                                Tuesday Finals                                             Thursday Finals
   08:00 – 09:20 AM                                 8:00 AM – 9:50 AM
   09:30 – 10:50 AM                                                                                             9:30 AM – 11:20 AM
   11:00 – 12:20 PM                                   11:00 AM – 12:50 PM
   12:30 – 01:50 PM                                                                                             12:30 PM – 2:20 PM
   02:00 – 03:20 PM                                   2:00 PM – 3:50 PM
   03:30 – 04:50 PM                                                                                             3:30 PM – 5:20 PM
   05:00 – 06:20 PM                                   5:00 PM – 6:50 PM

                                                OTHER FINAL EXAMS
     Finals for EVENING classes at Gainesville and Bowie will begin at 6:00 PM on the regular class meeting night. Finals for
 EVENING classes in Corinth will begin at 7:00 PM on the regular class meeting night.
     Finals exams for DAYTIME classes held at times other than those listed above will be held during the first regularly sched-
 uled class meeting time during finals week.
     Finals for SATURDAY classes will be held at the regular class meeting time on May 3.




                          ☎ Numbers To Call For More Information: ☎
                                                 GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
Registrar/Admissions ........................940/668-4222                   Counseling Center ............................ 940/668-4216
Financial Aid Office ...........................940/668-4242                Business Office ................................. 940/668-4200
Bookstore ..........................................940/668-4246            Library............................................... 940/668-4283
Fax ....................................................940/668-6049        Main Switchboard ............................. 940/668-7731
Student Housing ...............................940/668-4259                 Student Life....................................... 940/668-3330
                                                     CORINTH CAMPUS
Main Switchboard ...........................940-498-NCTC                    Admissions ....................................... 940-498-6280
Financial Aid .....................................940-498-6294             Counseling ............................... 940-498-6289/6410
Bookstore ..........................................940-498-6279            Business Office ................................. 940-498-6255
Fax ...........................................940-498-6200/6405            Center for Business/Industry ............ 940-498-6270
                                                        BOWIE CAMPUS
Main Number ....................................940-872-4002                Fax .................................................... 940-872-5214


                                                                       16
                                   What you need to know about...




      eLearning, or Distance Education, is an excellent                account. If you are a new student, your account will be avail-
choice for many students. eLearning allows you to take a               able approximately one week prior to the beginning of class-
course at a time and place of your choosing. Online courses            es. Your ANGEL ID is the same as your Network ID which
work very well for the disciplined student. They make it possi-        you will find listed in the demographic screen on Campus
ble for some students to attend college who otherwise might            Connect. Your initial password is your SSN.
not be able to.
      If your work schedule is difficult to work around, or if         How do I get started in my online course?
you are a single parent, a busy professional, or have other                 You will be able to access your online course the same
reasons that prevent you from attending courses on campus,             day that classes begin on campus. You should login to your
take a look at our online course schedule. Over 100 courses            course the first day of the semester.
will be offered online at NCTC this spring.
      Online courses are similar to traditional courses in that        How much time should I expect to spend
you receive a syllabus, purchase and use a textbook, have              on an online course?
regular assignments, and take exams. You will communicate                  You should expect to spend the same amount of time on
regularly with the instructor through course mail and discus-          an online course as you would attending and studying for an
sion forums. Student interaction is also very important in on-         on-campus course.
line courses!
      Hybrid courses are another type of eLearning. Hybrid             What is an online course?
courses require the student to spend some time on campus                     An online course is held between 80% and 100% on-
and some time online. Generally the courses meet one day               line. Some online courses require you to come on-campus
a week on campus and the rest of instruction is delivered              for testing, orientation, or presentations. Be sure to check
online. Check with the instructor for course meeting details.          the course requirements on the e-Learning Website (online
      To take an online or hybrid course, you must have an             courses link).
Internet email account and a computer with Internet access.
Some courses may require special software. Students en-                What is a hybrid course?
rolled in an online course are able to receive technical as-                A hybrid course meets at least 50% of the time in the
sistance by emailing nctcangel@nctc.edu                                classroom. The other part of the course is held online.
      Orientation is required for all students taking an online
or hybrid course for the first time. You may self-enroll in the
                                                                         Online courses are available in the disciplines listed below. For
orientation at any time. Go to http://www.nctc.edu/elearn-
                                                                         more information about a course, email the contact person listed.
ing/eLearning.htm and click on eLearning Orientation for
details.
                                                                         Arts                   Dr. Scott Robinson    srobinson@nctc.edu
How do I find out what is required                                       Biology                Lisa Bellows          lbellows@nctc.edu
of me in an online course?                                               Business Management    Kathy Bauer           kbauer@nctc.edu
     Go to the e-Learning Website and click on the Online                Computer Information
                                                                         Technology             Jim Innis             jinnis@nctc.edu
Courses link. Here you will find information about orientation,          Economics              Karla Lynch           klynch@nctc.edu
software requirements, and instructor contact information.               Education              Brenda Gordon         bgordon@nctc.edu
Many instructors require that you email them upon enroll-                English                Dr. Ann Jagoe         ajaoge@nctc.edu
ment in a course.                                                        Government             Kevin Davis           kdavis@nctc.edu
                                                                         History                Scott Harp            sharp@nctc.edu
How do I access my online course?                                        Law Enforcement        Cherly Gary           cgary@nctc.edu
     ANGEL is the online course management system used                   Mathematics            Misty Hamner          mhamner@nctc.edu
                                                                         Office Systems Tech    Dawn Dias             ddias@nctc.edu
at NCTC. Students can access it from the NCTC homepage
                                                                         Physical Education     Van Hedrick           vhedrick@nctc.edu
or directly by typing the address: http://angel.nctc.edu into            Psychology             Kevin Davis           kdavis@nctc.edu
their Internet browser. Every student is provided an ANGEL

                                                                  17
   Saturday College option
   at nctc corinth campus!
      Combine Weekend & Online Classes To Earn Degree
      This Spring, working adults will continue to have a great           concentrated, course content is essentially the same as that
opportunity to fit the earning of a college degree into their busy        of regular weekday courses, and students are held to the
schedules! That’s right, you can earn a two-year associate                same performance standards. The same objectives and
degree through a combination of online courses and courses                requirements that apply to the courses regularly taught on
meeting at the NCTC Corinth Campus on Saturday only. The                  campus during the week also apply to Saturday College.
Saturday on-campus classes meet in the mornings from 9:00                 Frequently, full-time faculty members and adjunct faculty who
a.m. to noon and in the afternoons from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.                 teach during the week also teach Saturday College courses.
    Saturday College offers students a choice of three degree             For students taking 12–13 hours of credit each semester, it is
plans, including:                                                         possible to complete an associate degree or an associate of
     • Associate of Applied Science degree in Business                    applied science degree in two years.
         Management                                                             Tuition and fees are the same as in the regular session
                                                                          credit program. Saturday College courses also use the same
     • Associate of Arts in Teaching degree
                                                                          books as weekday credit courses. Saturday College offers a
     • Associate of Arts degree in General Studies                        full complement of student services at the Corinth campus.
      The Saturday College classes fulfill general education              Library services and open computer labs are available to
“core curriculum” requirements for the state of Texas. Many               weekend students.
courses will transfer with full credit between and among all                    A word of caution—students must be able to commit to
public state-supported institutions of higher education within            going to class each weekend. Missing one class in Saturday
the state. Special articulation agreements between NCTC and               College can put the student behind, and it will be difficult to
the major universities in this region assure the student that             make up the missed work. For busy students who are committed
their coursework will provide the step up to a higher degree              to achieving their educational goal, however, Saturday College
if they wish. Students are advised to seek advisement prior               provides a wonderful opportunity for adult learners to earn a
to enrolling in the Saturday College to verify that the courses           college degree within a structure that complements work hours
they take meet their educational goals.                                   and family schedules.
      Saturday College is made possible by offering courses                     For more information about Saturday College at NCTC,
that require class attendance outside traditional teaching                contact the office of the Educational Outreach Coordinator
hours in blocks of time during the weekend. Although more                 (Corinth Campus) at 940-498-6286.

SATURDAY COLLEGE CLASSES – SPRING 2008
 COURSE       SECT. TERM
 NUMBER   LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION         DAY     BEGINS        ENDS       ROOM    INSTRUCTOR       CO-REQUISITE

 Corinth Campus
 ACCT2302     404   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I            S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR212     STAFF
 ARTS1301     410   072S   ART APPRECIATION             S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR313     STAFF
 BIOL1408     403   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY              S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR315     STAFF      Requires BIOL1413 LAB 411.
 BIOL1408 L   411   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB          S      12:00PM        2:30PM    COR259     STAFF      Requires BIOL1413 LEC 403.
 BIOL2402     402   072S   HUMAN A&P II                 S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR353     Elrod      Requires BIOL2401 LAB 409.
 BIOL2402 L   409   072S   HUMAN A&P II LAB             S      12:00PM        1:50PM    COR263     STAFF      Requires BIOL1413 LEC 402.
 BMGT 1341    402   072S   BUSINESS ETHICS              S      1:00PM         3:50PM    COR258     STAFF
 ENGL1301     415   072S   COMPOSITION I                S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR262     STAFF
 ENGL1302     441   072S   COMPOSITION II               S      1:00PM         3:50PM    COR257     STAFF
 ENGL2332     403   072S   COMPOSITION II               S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR264     STAFF
 GOVT2305     411   072S   AMER NATIONAL GOVT           S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR190     STAFF
 GOVT2306     410   072S   AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT          S      1:00PM         3:50PM    COR190     STAFF
 HIST1302     414   072S   US HISTORY FROM 1865         S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR368     STAFF
 MATH1342     408   072S   ELEM STATISTICS              S      1:00PM         3:50PM    COR254     STAFF
 MATH1350     400   072S   FUND OF MATH I               S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR213     Bernard
 PHED1108     400   072S   BOWLING I                    S      9:30AM        12:50PM    LEW TB     Ramsey
 PHED1109     400   072S   BOWLING II                   S      9:30AM        12:50PM    LEW TB     Ramsey
 PSYC2301     407   072S   INTRO TO GEN PSYCH           S      9:00AM        11:50PM    COR365     STAFF
 SOCI1301     407   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY           S      1:00PM         3:50PM    COR365     STAFF
 SOCI2371     402   072S   CULTURAL DIVERSITY           S      9:00AM        11:50PM    COR355     STAFF
 SPAN1412     402   072S   ELEM SPANISH I               S      9:00AM        11:35AM    COR214     STAFF      Requires SPAN1411 LAB 406.
 SPAN1412 L   406   072S   ELEM SPANISH I LAB           S      11:40AM        1:20PM    COR357     STAFF      Requires SPAN1411 LEC 402.
 SPCH1315     417   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING              S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR310     STAFF
 TECA1311     401   072S   INTRO EARLY CHILD ED         S      9:00AM        11:50AM    COR210     STAFF
 TECA 1354    402   072S   GROWTH AND DEV               S      1:00PM         3:50PM    COR210     Martin



                                                                     18
                                 ROTC Available to NCTC Students Through UNT Partnership
                                      Students at NCTC may participate in the Air Force ROTC program at The University of North Texas.
                               Students should obtain application procedures from UNT by contacting: AIR FORCE ROTC, Detach-
                               ment 835, Air Force ROTC, The University of North Texas, P.O. Box 5398, Denton, Texas 76203-5398,
                               telephone 940-565-2074.
                                      NCTC students may register for the ROTC courses by contacting the Office of Admissions/Registrar
at                             the time they register for other NCTC courses. Payment for the courses is through the NCTC Business
                               Office by the published payment deadlines.
     The ROTC courses may be used at NCTC as elective courses. Cadets in the Professional Officer Course and scholarship cadets
are called contract cadets. There is no service commitment until you are on contract. After completing all Air Force ROTC and academic
degree requirements, contracted cadets accept a commission appointed by the President of the United States as a second lieutenant in
the Air Force. For more information, go online: http://www.unt.edu/pais/insert/urotc.htm.


AEROSPACE STUDIES
(These courses are taught at UNT. Call 940-665-2074 before registering.)
SEC         DAYS       TIMES                       NOTES

AERO 1040   FOUNDATIONS OF THE USAF (CREDIT 1.0)
001         T       1:00PM-1:50PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Recitation & Lab.
003         R       10:00AM-10:50AM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Recitation & Lab.
004         R       1:00PM-1:50PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Recitation & Lab.
AERO 1040   FOUNDATIONS OF THE USAF RECITATION (CREDIT 0.0)
200         T       6:50AM-07:50AM        Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
201         T       4:00 PM-5:00 PM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
202         R       5:10 PM-6:10 PM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
203         R       4:00 PM-05:00 PM      Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
204         W       4:00 PM-5:00 PM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
AERO 1040   FOUNDATIONS OF THE USAF LABORATORY (CREDIT 0.0)
301         R       3:00 PM-04:S0 PM      Must also be enrolled in AERO 1040 Lect and recitation.

AERO 2040   EVOL/USAF AIR & SPACE PWR (CREDIT 1.0)
002         R        11:00AM-11:00AM        Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Recitation & Lab.
003         R        10:00 AM-10:50 AM      Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Recitation & Lab.
AERO 2040   EVOL/USAF AIR & SPACE PWR RECITATION (CREDIT 0.0)
200         T        6:50AM-7:50AM          Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
201         T        4:00 PM-05:00 PM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
202         R        5:10 PM-06:10 PM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
203         R        6:50 AM-07:50 AM       Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
204         W        4:00PM-5:00PM          Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
AERO 2040   EVOL/USAF AIR & SPACE PWR LABORATORY (CREDIT 0.0)
301         R        3:00 PM-4:50PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 2040 Recitation & Lab.
AERO 2920   COOP ED IN AEROSPACE (CREDIT 1.0-3.0-VARIES)
001         TBD      TBD                    Restricted course approval required. Contact department.
AERO 3320   LEADERSHIP & MGMT (CREDIT 4.0)
001         TR       11:00AM-12:20PM        Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Recitation & Lab.
AERO 3320   LEADERSHIP & MGMT RECITATION (CREDIT 0.0)
200         T        6:50AM-07:50AM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
201         T        4:00PM-5:00PM          Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
202         R        5:10PM-06:10PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
203         R        6:50AM-7:50AM          Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
204         W        4:00PM-5:00PM          Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
AERO 3320   LEADERSHIP & MGMT LABORATORY (CREDIT 0.0)
301         TR       3:00PM-04:50PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 3320 Lect & Recitation.
AERO 4320   NATIONAL SECURITY (CREDIT 4.0)
001         R        12:00PM-02:40PM        Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Recitation & Lab. Pre-requisites: AERO 3310, 3320.
002         W        8:30AM-11:10AM         must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Recitation & Lab. Pre-requisites: AERO 3310, 3320.
AERO 4320   NATIONAL SECURITY RECITATION (CREDIT 0)
200         T        6:50AM-07:50AM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
201         T        4:00PM-05:00PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
202         R        5:10PM-06:10PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
203         R        6:50AM-07:50AM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
204         W        4:00PM-05:00PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Lect & Lab. Begins second week of semester.
AERO 4320   NATIONAL SECURITY LABORATORY (CREDIT 0)
301         TR       3:00PM-04:50PM         Must also be enrolled in AERO 4320 Lect & Recitation.

AERO 4920 COOP ED IN AEROSPACE (CREDIT VARIES 1.0-3.0)
001       TBD      TBD                   Restricted course approval required. Contact department.


                                                                      19
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                             LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)      BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                  CO-REQUISITE


                                                                      Fast Track College Preparatory Classes
                                                                What is fast track?
                                                                    Fast track allows students to take two classes in one semester. Each
                                                                class will meet two hours a day, three days a week for eight weeks, and then
                                                                students will switch classes. The fast track class will start on the first day of
                                                                school and will end when the regular semester ends.
  Who should sign up for fast track?
       Any student who is motivated and has the time to complete both classes in the same semester should consider a fast track
  class. The class has the same information as a regular length class, but students spend two hours each class day instead of one
  so two courses can be covered in one semester..
  What are the advantages of taking fast track?
    Students will be able to complete their college preparatory classes faster and be ready for college level classes sooner.
  What’s offered for Spring 2008?
      In Gainesville, READ0300 and READ0305 will meet from 9–10:50AM on MWF. MATH0305 and MATH 0310 will meet from
  11AM–12:50PM on MWF. In Corinth, MATH0305 and MATH0310 will meet from 9–10:50AM on MWF. In addition, MATH 0310
  and MATH1314 will meet from 9–10:50 on MWF.
      For more information, see the Reading or Math course listings or call Sara Alford at 940-498-6209.




ACCOUNTING
GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Kathy Bauer, Department Coordinator (Gainesville), at 940-668-7731, ext. 4315, e-mail – kbauer@
nctc.edu.

ACCT2302       100 072S     PRIN ACCOUNTING II              M          1:00PM 3:50PM       BCS509    Tydlaska
*ACNT1304      100 072S     INTRO ACCT II                   M          6:00PM 8:55PM       BCS522    Dulock

CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

ACCT2301       400   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               MWF        9:00AM     9:50AM   COR212    Tydlaska
ACCT2301       401   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               MWF        1:00PM     1:50PM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2301       402   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               MWF        2:00PM     2:50PM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2301       403   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               TR        12:30PM     1:50PM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2301       404   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               TR        11:00AM    12:20PM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2301       405   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               T          6:30PM     9:25PM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2301       406   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING I               TR         8:00AM     9:20AM   COR212    Tydlaska
ACCT2302       400   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING II              MWF       10:00AM    10:50AM   COR212    Tydlaska
ACCT2302       401   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING II              TR         2:00PM     3:20PM   COR210    STAFF
ACCT2302       402   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING II              TR         8:00AM     9:20AM   COR212    Tydlaska
ACCT2302       403   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING II              R          6:30PM     9:25PM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2302       404   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING II              S          9:00AM    11:50AM   COR212    STAFF
ACCT2302       405   072S   PRIN ACCOUNTING II              TR         9:30AM    10:50AM   COR212    Tydlaska
ACNT1304       400   072S   INTRO ACCT II                   MWF        8:00AM     8:50AM   COR353    Tydlaska

Continued On Next Page




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           20
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE



AGRICULTURE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – T.J. Davidson, Room BCS502 (Gainesville), 940-668-4217, e-mail – tdavidson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
*AGRI1131      100 072S     THE AG INDUSTRY                TBA           TBA     TBA      TBA         Davidson
*AGRI2317      100 072S     AGRICULTURAL ECONOM        $10 T R        9:30AM 10:50AM      BCS511      Davidson

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

*AGRI1309      300 072S     COMPUTERS IN AG            $24 TBA           TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Weber



ANTHROPOLOGY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
ANTH2346       100 072S     GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY             MWF      9:00AM 9:50AM       MSS809      STAFF

CORINTH CAMPUS
ANTH2346       400 072S     GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY             MWF      12:00PM 12:50PM     COR258      STAFF
ANTH2346       401 072S     GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY             TR        2:00PM 3:20PM      COR314      STAFF
ANTH2346       402 072S     GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY             W         6:30PM 9:20PM      COR364      STAFF



ARTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Jimmy Staples, Visual Arts Department Coordinator (Gainesville), at 940-668-7731, ext. 4480,
e-mail – jstaples@nctc.edu; or Patricia Boyd, Department Assistant, at 940-668-7731, ext. 4504, e-mail – pboyd@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
ARTS1301       100   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   VAC1301     STAFF
ARTS1301       101   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   VAC1301     STAFF
ARTS1301       102   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   VAC1301     STAFF
ARTS1301       103   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 T         6:00PM    8:55PM   VAC1301     STAFF
ARTS1304       100   072S   ART HISTORY II                   TR       12:30PM    2:50PM   VAC1301     STAFF
ARTS1312       100   072S   DESIGN II                  $20   TR        9:30AM   12:20PM   VAC1312     Staples
ARTS1317       100   072S   DRAWING II                 $20   MW        9:00AM   11:50AM   VAC1313     Staples
ARTS2316       100   072S   PAINTING I                 $20   MW        1:00PM    3:50PM   VAC1313     Staples
ARTS2317       100   072S   PAINTING II                $20   MW        1:00PM    3:50PM   VAC1313     Staples
ARTS2326       100   072S   SCULPTURE I                $40   W         5:00PM    8:50PM   VAC1311     Staples
ARTS2327       100   072S   SCULPTURE II               $40   W         5:00PM    8:50PM   VAC1311     Staples
ARTS2341       100   072S   JWLRY & METALWORK I        $40   T         5:00PM    8:50PM   VAC1308     STAFF
ARTS2342       100   072S   JEWELRY&METALWORK II       $40   T         5:00PM    8:50PM   VAC1308     STAFF
ARTS2346       100   072S   CERAMIC I-POTTERY          $24   T         2:00PM    5:50PM   VAC1311     STAFF
ARTS2347       100   072S   CERAMICS II-POTTERY        $24   T         2:00PM    5:50PM   VAC1311     STAFF

CORINTH CAMPUS
ARTS1301       400   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       401   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       402   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       403   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 MWF       3:00PM    3:50PM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       404   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       405   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR313      STAFF
Continued On Next Page


      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           21
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE

ARTS1301       406   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 TR        5:00PM    6:20PM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       407   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       408   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       409   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1301       410   072S   ART APPRECIATION                 S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1304       400   072S   ART HISTORY II                   TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR313      STAFF
ARTS1304       401   072S   ART HISTORY II                   W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR313      STAFF

BOWIE CAMPUS
ARTS1301       700 072S     ART APPRECIATION                 M         6:00PM 8:50PM      BOW122      STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

ARTS1301       300 072S     ART APPRECIATION                 TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ARTS1301       301 072S     ART APPRECIATION                 TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF



BIOLOGY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Lisa Bellows, Department Chair (Gainesville), at 940-668-4346, ext. 4346, e-mail – lbellows@nctc.
edu or Afton Snuggs, Department Assistant, at 940- 668-4252, e-mail - asnuggs@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
BIOL1322       100   072S   BASIC NUTRITION                W           5:00PM    7:50PM   SCI410      Decker
BIOL1408       100   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY            $24 T R        11:00AM   12:20PM   SCI410      Bartush      Requires BIOL1408 LAB 101-103.
BIOL1408   L   101   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB            M           1:00PM    3:30PM   SCI402      Floyd        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 100.
BIOL1408   L   102   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB            M           6:00PM    8:30PM   SCI402      Floyd        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 100.
BIOL1408   L   103   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB            W           1:00PM    3:30PM   SCI402      Floyd        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 100.
BIOL1411       100   072S   GENERAL BOTANY             $24 T R         8:00AM    9:20AM   SCI410      Bartush      Requires BIOL1411 LAB 101 or 102.
BIOL1411   L   101   072S   GENERAL BOTANY LAB             TR          9:30AM   10:50AM   SCI402      Floyd        Requires BIOL1411 LEC 100.
BIOL1411   L   102   072S   GENERAL BOTANY LAB             TR         11:00AM   12:20PM   SCI402      Floyd        Requires BIOL1411 LEC 100.
BIOL2401       100   072S   HUMAN A&P I                $24 T R         8:00AM    9:20AM   SCI412      Crump        Requires BIOL2401 LAB 103-107.
BIOL2401       101   072S   HUMAN A&P I                $24 M           4:00PM    6:50PM   SCI412      Crump        Requires BIOL2401 LAB 103-107.
BIOL2401       102   072S   HUMAN A&P I                $24 M W F       9:00AM    9:50AM   SCI412      Crump        Requires BIOL2401 LAB 103-107.
BIOL2401   L   103   072S   HUMAN A&P I LAB                M          12:00PM    1:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2401 LEC 100-102.
BIOL2401   L   104   072S   HUMAN A&P I LAB                F          12:00PM    1:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2401 LEC 100-102.
BIOL2401   L   105   072S   HUMAN A&P I LAB                M           7:00PM    8:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2401 LEC 100-102.
BIOL2401   L   106   072S   HUMAN A&P I LAB                M           2:00PM    3:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2401 LEC 100-102.
BIOL2401   L   107   072S   HUMAN A&P I LAB                F          10:00AM   11:50AM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2401 LEC 100-102.
BIOL2402       100   072S   HUMAN A&P II               $24 M W F       8:00AM    8:50AM   SCI412      Crump        Requires BIOL2402 LAB 102-105.
BIOL2402       101   072S   HUMAN A&P II               $24 W           4:00PM    6:50PM   SCI412      Crump        Requires BIOL2402 LAB 102-105.
BIOL2402   L   102   072S   HUMAN A&P II LAB               W          10:00AM   11:50AM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2402   L   103   072S   HUMAN A&P II LAB               W          12:00PM    1:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2402   L   104   072S   HUMAN A&P II LAB               W           2:00PM    3:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2402   L   105   072S   HUMAN A&P II LAB               W           7:00PM    8:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2406       100   072S   ENVIRON BIOL               $24 T R         9:30AM   10:50AM   SCI407      Anderson     Requires BIOL2406 LAB 101.
BIOL2406       101   072S   ENVIRON BIOL               $24 W           5:00PM    9:30PM   SCI407      Bartush      Course includes lab.
BIOL2406   L   101   072S   ENVIRON BIOL LAB               R          12:30PM    2:20PM   SCI402      Floyd        Requires BIOL2406 LEC 100.
BIOL2420       100   072S   MICROBIOLOGY               $24 T R         9:30AM   10:50AM   SCI412      Bartush      Requires BIOL2420 LAB 102-106.
BIOL2420       101   072S   MICROBIOLOGY               $24 T           4:00PM    6:50PM   SCI412      Bartush      Requires BIOL2420 LAB 102-106
BIOL2420   L   102   072S   MICROBIOLOGY LAB               T           7:30AM    9:20AM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2420 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2420   L   103   072S   MICROBIOLOGY LAB               T          11:00AM   12:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2420 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2420   L   104   072S   MICROBIOLOGY LAB               T           2:00PM    3:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2420 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2420   L   105   072S   MICROBIOLOGY LAB               T           7:00PM    8:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2420 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2420   L   106   072S   MICROBIOLOGY LAB               R          11:00AM   12:50PM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2420 LEC 100 or 101.
BIOL2420   L   107   072S   MICROBIOLOGY LAB               R           7:30AM    9:20AM   SCI409      Klement      Requires BIOL2420 LEC 390.

CORINTH CAMPUS
BIOL1322       400 072S     BASIC NUTRITION                  MWF      11:00AM 11:50AM     COR314      STAFF
BIOL1322       401 072S     BASIC NUTRITION                  TR        9:30AM 10:50AM     COR314      Dunlap
Continued On Next Page


      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           22
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE         COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS     ENDS     ROOM                CO-REQUISITE

BIOL1322       402   072S    BASIC NUTRITION                 M         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR190    STAFF
BIOL1408       400   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY          $24    MWF       9:00AM     9:50AM   COR314    STAFF      Requires BIOL1408 LAB 404 -409.
BIOL1408       401   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY          $24    MWF      10:00AM    10:50AM   COR314    STAFF      Requires BIOL1408 LAB 404 -409.
BIOL1408       402   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY          $24    M         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR355    STAFF      Requires BIOL1408 LAB 410.
BIOL1408       403   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY          $24    S         9:00AM    11:50AM   COR315    STAFF      Requires BIOL1408 LAB 411.
BIOL1408   L   404   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             M        11:00AM     1:30PM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   405   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             M         2:00PM     4:30PM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   406   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             W        11:00AM     1:30PM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   407   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             W         2:00PM     4:30PM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   408   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             F        11:00AM     1:30PM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   409   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             F         2:00PM     4:30PM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   410   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             W         6:30PM     9:00PM   COR259    STAFF      Requires BIOL1408 LEC 400 or 401.
BIOL1408   L   411   072S    GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB             S        12:00PM     2:30PM   COR259    STAFF      Requires BIOL1408 LEC 403.
BIOL1411       400   072S    GENERAL BOTANY           $24    TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR314    Bellows    Requires BIOL1411 LAB 401 or 402.
BIOL1411   L   401   072S    GENERAL BOTANY LAB              T         8:00AM    10:50AM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1411 LEC 400.
BIOL1411   L   402   072S    GENERAL BOTANY LAB              R         8:00AM    10:50AM   COR259    Gay        Requires BIOL1411 LEC 400.
BIOL2401       400   072S    HUMAN A&P I              $24    MWF       9:00AM     9:50AM   COR190    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LAB 403 or 404.
BIOL2401       401   072S    HUMAN A&P I              $24    TR       12:30PM     1:50PM   COR364    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LAB 405 or 406.
BIOL2401       402   072S    HUMAN A&P I              $24    T         4:30PM     7:20PM   COR364    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LAB 407.
BIOL2401   L   403   072S    HUMAN A&P I LAB                 M        10:00AM    11:50AM   COR263    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LEC 400.
BIOL2401   L   404   072S    HUMAN A&P I LAB                 R        10:00AM    11:50AM   COR263    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LEC 400.
BIOL2401   L   405   072S    HUMAN A&P I LAB                 F        10:00AM    11:50AM   COR263    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LEC 401.
BIOL2401   L   406   072S    HUMAN A&P I LAB                 W        10:00AM    11:50AM   COR263    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LEC 401.
BIOL2401   L   407   072S    HUMAN A&P I LAB                 T         7:30PM     9:20PM   COR263    Ritchey    Requires BIOL2401 LEC 402.
BIOL2402       400   072S    HUMAN A&P II             $24    TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR364    Dunlap     Requires BIOL2402 LAB 404 or 405.
BIOL2402       401   072S    HUMAN A&P II             $24    W         4:00PM     6:50PM   COR212    Dunlap     Requires BIOL2402 LAB 408.
BIOL2402       402   072S    HUMAN A&P II             $24    S         9:00AM    11:50AM   COR353    Elrod      Requires BIOL2402 LAB 409.
BIOL2402   L   404   072S    HUMAN A&P II LAB                T        12:30PM     2:20PM   COR263    Dunlap     Requires BIOL2402 LEC 400.
BIOL2402   L   405   072S    HUMAN A&P II LAB                R        12:30PM     2:20PM   COR263    Dunlap     Requires BIOL2402 LEC 400.
BIOL2402   L   406   072S    HUMAN A&P II LAB                M         8:00AM     9:50AM   COR263    Gay        Requires BIOL2402 LEC 390.
BIOL2402   L   407   072S    HUMAN A&P II LAB                W         8:00AM     9:50AM   COR263    Gay        Requires BIOL2402 LEC 390.
BIOL2402   L   408   072S    HUMAN A&P II LAB                W         7:00PM     8:50PM   COR263    Dunlap     Requires BIOL2402 LEC 401.
BIOL2402   L   409   072S    HUMAN A&P II LAB                S        12:00PM     1:50PM   COR263    STAFF      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 402.
BIOL2406       400   073T    ENVIRON BIOL             $24    TR       12:30PM     2:05PM   COR314    Bellows    Requires BIOL2406 LAB 401–403.
BIOL2406   L   401   073T    ENVIRON BIOL LAB                T         2:30PM     4:30PM   COR259    Martinez   Requires BIOL2406 LEC 400.
BIOL2406   L   402   073T    ENVIRON BIOL LAB                T         4:30PM     6:20PM   COR259    Martinez   Requires BIOL2406 LEC 400.
BIOL2406   L   403   073T    ENVIRON BIOL LAB                R         2:30PM     4:20PM   COR259    Martinez   Requires BIOL2406 LEC 400.

BOWIE CAMPUS
BIOL1408   700 072S          GENERAL BIOLOGY          $24 M            4:00PM     6:50PM   BOW137A   Anderson   Requires BIOL1408 LAB 701.
BIOL1408 L 701 072S          GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB          M            7:00PM     9:30PM   BOW141    Anderson   Requires BIOL1408 LEC 700.
BIOL2402   700 072S          HUMAN A&P II             $24 M W         11:00AM    12:20PM   BOW137A   Anderson   Requires BIOL2402 LAB 701.
BIOL2402 L 701 072S          HUMAN A&P II LAB             M            9:00AM    10:50AM   BOW141    Anderson   Requires BIOL2402 LEC 700.
BIOL2406   700 072S          ENVIRON BIOL             $24 M W         12:30PM     1:50PM   BOW137A   Anderson   Requires BIOL2406 LAB 701.
BIOL2406 L 701 072S          ENVIRON BIOL LAB             M            2:00PM     3:50PM   BOW141    Anderson   Requires BIOL2406 LEC 700.



                            NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
BIOL2402   480 072S          HUMAN A&P II             $24 T            6:00PM 8:50PM       JUSNWHS   STAFF      Requires BIOL2402 LAB 490.
BIOL2402 L 490 072S          HUMAN A&P II LAB             R            6:00PM 7:50PM       JUSNWHS   STAFF      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 480.



                            LITTLE ELM HIGH SCHOOL
BIOL2402   481 072S          HUMAN A&P II             $24 M            6:30PM 9:25PM       LELMHS    STAFF      Requires BIOL2402 LAB 491.
BIOL2402 L 491 072S          HUMAN A&P II LAB             R            6:30PM 8:20PM       LELMHS    STAFF      Requires BIOL2402 LEC 481.
Continued On Next Page




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           23
                      Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION       FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

BIOL1322      300   072S   BASIC NUTRITION                   TBA          TBA     TBA      GNSNET     STAFF
BIOL1408      300   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY             $24   TBA          TBA     TBA      CORNET     Sharp        Course includes lab.
BIOL1408      301   072S   GENERAL BIOLOGY             $24   TBA          TBA     TBA      CORNET     Sharp        Course includes lab.
BIOL2401      300   072S   HUMAN A&P I                 $24   TBA          TBA     TBA      CORNET     Decker       Course includes lab.
BIOL2402      300   072S   HUMAN A&P II                $24   TBA          TBA     TBA      CORNET     Decker       Course includes lab.
BIOL2402      301   072S   HUMAN A&P II                $24   TBA          TBA     TBA      CORNET     Decker       Course includes lab.
BIOL2402      390   072S   HUMAN A&P II-HYBRID         $24   MW       12:00PM 12:50PM      COR364     Ritchey      ONLINE LEC/Requires LAB 406 or 407.



BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Kathy Bauer (Gainesvillle) at 940-668-7731, ext. 4315, e-mail – kbauer@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*BMGT1341     100   072S   BUSINESS ETHICS                   MW F      9:00AM     9:50AM   BCS509     Bauer
*BMGT2309     100   072S   LEADERSHIP                        MW F     10:00AM    10:50AM   BCS509     Bauer
*BMGT1303     100   072S   PRINC OF MGMT                     MW F      8:00AM     8:50AM   BCS509     Bauer
*BUSG2305     100   072S   BUSI LAW/CONTRACT                 MW F      8:00AM     8:50AM   BCS511     Beck
BUSG2380      100   072S   CO-OP ED GENERAL BUS              TBA          TBA        TBA   TBA        Bauer
*IBUS1305     100   072S   INTRO INTL BUS/TRADE              MW F     11:00AM    11:50AM   BCS509     Braack

CORINTH CAMPUS
*BMGT1303     400   072S   PRINC OF MGMT                     TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   COR214     Bauer
*BMGT1303     401   072S   PRINC OF MGMT                     M         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR256     Tepera
*BMGT1341     400   072S   BUSINESS ETHICS                   MW F      8:00AM     8:50AM   COR190     STAFF
*BMGT1341     401   072S   BUSINESS ETHICS                   TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR214     Livingston
*BMGT1341     402   072S   BUSINESS ETHICS                   S         1:00PM     3:50PM   COR258     STAFF
*BMGT2309     400   072S   LEADERSHIP                        TR       12:30PM     1:50PM   COR257     Nutt
*BUSG1301     400   072S   INTRO TO BUSI                     MW F     11:00AM    11:50AM   COR213     Livingston
*BUSG2305     400   072S   BUSI LAW/CONTRACT                 MW F      8:00AM     8:50AM   COR211     STAFF
*BUSG2305     401   072S   BUSI LAW/CONTRACT                 TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR356     Rentz-Cook
*BUSG2305     402   072S   BUSI LAW/CONTRACT                 R         6:30PM     8:50PM   COR258     Beck
BUSG2380      400   072S   CO-OP ED GENERAL BUS              TBA          TBA        TBA   TBA        Bauer
*IBUS1305     400   072S   INTRO INTL BUS/TRADE              TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR256     Livingston
*IBUS1305     401   072S   INTRO INTL BUS/TRADE              W         6:30PM     8:50PM   COR262     Rentz-Cook

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm


  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*BMGT1303     300 072S     PRINC OF MGMT                     TBA         TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Tepera
*BMGT2309     300 072S     LEADERSHIP                        TBA         TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Bauer
*BUSG1301     300 072S     INTRO TO BUSI                     TBA         TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Tepera




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           24
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE



CHEMISTRY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Lisa Bellows, Department Chair (Gainesville), at 940-668-4346, ext. 4346, e-mail – lbellows@nctc.
edu or Afton Snuggs, Department Assistant, at 940- 668-4252, e-mail - asnuggs@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
CHEM1411      100 072S       GEN CHEM I                $24 M           4:00PM    6:50PM   SCI410     Bost         Requires CHEM1411L 101 or 102.
CHEM1411    L 101 072S       GEN CHEM I LAB                M           7:00PM    9:30PM   SCI404     Bost         Requires CHEM1411 LEC 100.
CHEM1411    L 102 072S       GEN CHEM I LAB                M           1:30PM    4:00PM   SCI404     Bost         Requires CHEM1411 LEC 100.
CHEM1412      100 072S       GEN CHEM II               $24 T R         9:30AM   10:50AM   SCI401     Bost         Requires CHEM1412 LAB 102 or 103.
CHEM1412      101 072S       GEN CHEM II               $24 M W F      10:00AM   10:50AM   SCI401     Bost         Requires CHEM1412 LAB 102 or 103.
CHEM1412    L 102 072S       GEN CHEM II LAB               M          12:00PM    2:30PM   SCI404     Bost         Requires CHEM1412 LEC 100 or 101.
CHEM1412    L 103 072S       GEN CHEM II LAB               T          12:30PM    3:00PM   SCI404     Bost         Requires CHEM1412 LEC 100 or 101.
CHEM1413      100 072S       CHEM HLTH-SCIENCE         $24 T R         8:00AM    9:20AM   SCI401     Bost         Requires CHEM1413 LAB 101.
CHEM1413    L 101 072S       CHEM HLTH-SCI LAB             R          12:30PM    3:00PM   SCI404     Bost         Requires CHEM1413 LEC 100.
CHEM2425      100 072S       ORGANIC CHEM II           $24 M W F       8:00AM    8:50AM   SCI401     Bost         Requires CHEM2425 LAB 101 or 102.
CHEM2425    L 101 072S       ORGANIC CHEM II LAB           W          12:00PM    2:30PM   SCI404     Bost         Requires CHEM2425 LEC 100.
CHEM2425    L 102 072S       ORGANIC CHEM II LAB           TBA            TBA       TBA   TBA        Bost         Requires CHEM2425 LEC 100.

CORINTH CAMPUS
CHEM1411        400   072S   GEN CHEM I                $24 M           6:30PM    9:25PM   COR212     Vasan        Requires CHEM1411 LAB 404.
CHEM1411        401   072S   GEN CHEM I                $24 MWF         9:00AM    9:50AM   COR364     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LAB 405 or 406.
CHEM1411        402   072S   GEN CHEM I                $24 TR          8:00AM    9:20AM   COR364     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LAB 407 or 408.
CHEM1411        403   072S   GEN CHEM I                $24 MWF        10:00AM   10:50AM   COR364     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LAB 409 or 410.
CHEM1411    L   404   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                T           6:30PM    9:00PM   COR363     Vasan        Requires CHEM1411 LEC 400.
CHEM1411    L   405   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                M          12:00PM    2:30PM   COR363     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LEC 401.
CHEM1411    L   406   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                W          12:00PM    2:30PM   COR363     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LEC 401.
CHEM1411    L   407   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                T           9:30AM   12:00PM   COR363     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LEC 402.
CHEM1411    L   408   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                R           9:30AM   12:00PM   COR363     Wood         Requires CHEM1411 LEC 402.
CHEM1411    L   409   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                T          12:30PM    3:00PM   COR363     STAFF        Requires CHEM1411 LEC 403.
CHEM1411    L   410   072S   GEN CHEM I LAB                R          12:30PM    3:00PM   COR363     STAFF        Requires CHEM1411 LEC 403.
CHEM1412        400   072S   GEN CHEM II               $24 W           6:30PM    9:25PM   COR312     Vasan        Requires CHEM1412 LAB 402.
CHEM1412        401   072S   GEN CHEM II               $24 M W F       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR312     Wood         Requires CHEM1412 LAB 403.
CHEM1412    L   402   072S   GEN CHEM II LAB               R           6:30PM    9:00PM   COR363     Vasan        Requires CHEM1412 LEC 400.
CHEM1412    L   403   072S   GEN CHEM II LAB               F          12:00PM    2:30PM   COR363     STAFF        Requires CHEM1412 LEC 401.
CHEM1413        400   072S   CHEM HLTH-SCIENCE         $24 T R         2:00PM    3:20PM   COR312     Wood         Requires CHEM1413 LAB 401.
CHEM1413    L   401   072S   CHEM HLTH-SCI LAB             R           3:30PM    6:00PM   COR363     STAFF        Requires CHEM1413 LEC 400.



COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Jim Innis, Department Coordinator, at 940-668-7731, Ext. 4337, e-mail – jinnis@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*ITNW1325       100   072S   FUND OF NETWORK TECH      $24 T R         1:30PM    3:20PM   BCS518     Innis
ITSC2280        100   072S   COOP ED-COMP INFO             TBA            TBA       TBA   TBA        Innis
*ITSC2331       100   072S   INTEGRATED SOFTWARE       $24 M W F       8:00AM    9:20AM   BCS518     Innis
*ITSE1302       100   072S   INTRO TO PROGRAM          $24 T R         8:00AM    9:50AM   BCS518     Innis
*ITSE2302       100   072S   INTERMED WEB PROG         $24 M W F      10:00AM   11:20AM   BCS518     Innis
*EECT1300       100   072S   TECH CUSTOMER SERVE           MW F        1:00PM    1:50PM   BCS518     Innis
Continued On Next Page




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           25
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE

CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*ITCC1442      400   072S   LAN MGMT - CISCO III       $24 MTWRF 9:00AM 10:50AM            COR251     Lupascu-Pr
*ITCC1442      401   072S   LAN MGMT - CISCO III       $24 M R    6:00PM 9:50PM            COR251     Lupascu-Pr
*ITCC1446      400   073T   WAN - CISCO IV             $24 MTWRF 9:00AM 10:50AM            COR251     Lupascu-Pr
*ITCC1446      401   073T   WAN - CISCO IV             $24 MR     6:00PM 9:50PM            COR251     Lupascu-Pr
*ITNW1325      400   072S   FUND OF NETWORK TECH       $24 T      6:00PM 9:50PM            COR251     Lupascu-Pr
*ITNW1354      400   072S   IMP/SUPPORT SERVERS        $24 TR    11:00AM 12:50PM           COR251     Andereson
*ITNW2304      400   072S   MS WINDOWS 2003 ENVI       $24 W      6:00PM 9:50PM            COR251     Lupascu-Pr
ITSC2280       400   072S   COOP ED-COMP INFO              TBA       TBA     TBA           TBA        Innis
*ITSE1302      400   072S   INTRO TO PROGRAM           $24 R      6:00PM 9:50PM            COR253     Krewson
*ITSE2302      400   072S   INTERMED WEB PROG          $24 T R   10:00AM 11:50AM           COR253     STAFF
*ITSY1342      400   072S   INFO TECH SECURITY         $24 M W F 11:00AM 12:20PM           COR251     Anderson
*EECT1300      400   072S   TECH CUSTOMER SERVE            TR     1:00PM 2:20PM            COR253     Akins

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm


  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*ITSC2331      300 072S     INTEGRATED SOFTWARE        $24 TBA           TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Innis



COMPUTER GAME PROGRAMMING (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Jim Innis, Department Coordinator, at 940-668-7731, Ext. 4337, e-mail – jinnis@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*GAME1343      100 072S     GAME & SIMULATION I        $24 T R        10:00AM 11:50AM      BCS518     Innis

CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*GAME1343      400 072S     GAME & SIMULATION I        $24 T           6:00PM 9:50PM       COR253     Howard



COMPUTER SCIENCE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Ron Cowart, Department Coordinator, at 940-498-6261, e-mail – rcowart@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
COSC1400       100   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   MWF       9:00AM     9:50AM   BCS501     Cowart       Requires COSC1400 LAB 105-114.
COSC1400       101   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   MWF      11:00AM    11:50AM   BCS501     Cowart       Requires COSC1400 LAB 105-114.
COSC1400       102   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   BCS501     Lillard      Requires COSC1400 LAB 105-114.
COSC1400       103   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TR       12:30PM     1:50PM   BCS501     Lillard      Requires COSC1400 LAB 105-114.
COSC1400       104   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   T         6:00PM     8:55PM   BCS501     Lillard      Requires COSC1400 LAB 105-114.
COSC1400 L     105   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                MW        8:00AM     8:50AM   BCS522     Hill         `Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           26
                       Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE

COSC1400   L   106   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                MW        9:00AM    9:50AM   BCS522      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   107   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                MW       11:00AM   11:50AM   BCS522      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   108   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                MW       12:00PM   12:50PM   BCS522      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   109   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                MW        1:00PM    1:50PM   BCS522      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   110   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                TR       10:00AM   10:50AM   BCS520      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   111   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                TR       11:00AM   11:50AM   BCS520      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   112   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                TR       12:30PM    1:20PM   BCS518      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   113   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                TR        4:00PM    4:50PM   BCS518      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.
COSC1400   L   114   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB                R         6:00PM    7:50PM   BCS518      Hill         Requires COSC1400 LEC 100-104.

CORINTH CAMPUS
COSC1400       400   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 MWF         8:00AM    8:50AM   COR254      Province     Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       401   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 MWF         9:00AM    9:50AM   COR262      Province     Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       402   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 MWF        11:00AM   11:50AM   COR254      Dietrich     Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       403   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 MWF        12:00PM   12:50PM   COR254      Dietrich     Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       404   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 MWF         1:00PM    1:50PM   COR254      Dietrich     Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       405   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 TR          8:00AM    9:20AM   COR328      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       406   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 TR         11:00AM   12:20PM   COR262      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       407   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 TR          2:00PM    3:20PM   COR262      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       408   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 M           6:30PM    9:25PM   COR262      Muthiah      Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400       409   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24 R           6:30PM    9:25PM   COR262      Wood         Requires COSC1400 LAB 410-431.
COSC1400   L   410   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW          8:00AM    8:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   411   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW          9:00AM    9:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   412   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW         10:00AM   10:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   413   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW         11:00AM   11:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   415   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW         12:00PM   12:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   417   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW          1:00PM    1:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   419   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW          2:00PM    2:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   420   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW          3:00PM    3:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   421   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              MW          4:00PM    4:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   422   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR          8:00AM    8:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   423   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR          9:00AM    9:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   424   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR         10:00AM   10:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   425   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR         11:00AM   11:50AM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   426   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR         12:00PM   12:50PM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   427   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR          1:00PM    1:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   428   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR          2:00PM    2:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   429   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              TR          3:00PM    3:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   430   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              T           6:00PM    7:50PM   COR255      STAFF        Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1400   L   431   072S   INTRO TO COMP LAB              W           6:00PM    7:50PM   COR255      Archer       Requires COSC1400 LEC 400-409.
COSC1437       400   072S   PROGRAMMING FUND II        $24 W           6:00PM   10:50PM   COR356      Wood         Course includes lab.

BOWIE CAMPUS
COSC1400       700 072S     INTRO TO COMP              $24 T R         2:00PM 4:20PM      BOW109      STAFF        Course includes lab.

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

COSC1400       300   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Cowart       Course includes lab.
COSC1400       301   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Cowart       Course includes lab.
COSC1400       302   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TBA         TBA       TBA    BOWNET      Cowart       Course includes lab.
COSC1400       303   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Province     Course includes lab.
COSC1400       304   072S   INTRO TO COMP              $24   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Province     Course includes lab.




                              www.nctc.edu/Infosystems/poise/CampusConnect.htm

      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           27
                      Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION       FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE



COSMETOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Shirley Meek (Gainesville) at 940-668-7731, ext. 4313, e-mail – smeek@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
CSME1348      100   072S   PRIN OF SKIN CARE           $6    MTW      8:00AM     5:00PM   CEC1522     Prince
CSME1401      100   072S   ORIENTATION TO COSM         $6    MTWRF    8:00AM     9:30AM   CEC1503     Metcalf
CSME1405      100   072S   FUND OF COSMETOLOGY         $6    MTWRF    8:00AM     9:30AM   CEC1503     Metcalf
CSME1410      100   072S   INTRO TO HAIR & RELA        $6    MTWRF    8:00AM     9:30AM   CEC1503     Metcalf
CSME1451      100   072S   ART OF HAIR THEORY          $6    MTWRF    1:00PM     2:00PM   CEC1503     Brown
CSME1453      100   072S   CHEM REFORM & RELATE        $6    MTWRF    8:00AM     9:30AM   CEC1503     Metcalf
CSME1520      100   072S   ORIEN TO FACIAL SPEC        $6    MTW      8:00AM     5:00PM   CEC1522     Prince
CSME1521      100   072S   PRIN FAC/ESTH TECH I        $6    MTW      8:00AM     5:00PM   CEC1522     Prince
CSME1534      100   072S   COSMETOLOGY INSTR I         $6    MTWRF    9:30AM    10:30AM   CEC1504     Meek
CSME1535      100   072S   ORIENT INSTR. COSM          $6    MTWRF    9:30AM    10:30AM   CEC1504     Meek
CSME1545      100   072S   PRIN FAC/EST TECH II        $6    MTW      8:00AM     5:00PM   CEC1522     Prince
CSME1547      100   072S   FACIALS/RELATED THRY        $6    MTW      8:00AM     5:00PM   CEC1522     Prince
CSME2237      100   072S   ADVANCED COSM TECH          $6    MTWRF    8:00AM     9:30AM   CEC1504     Meek
CSME2401      100   072S   THE PRIN HAIR COLOR         $6    MTWRF    1:00PM     2:00PM   CEC1503     Brown
CSME2410      100   072S   INTERMED HAIRCUTTING        $6    MTWRF    1:00PM     2:00PM   CEC1503     Brown
CSME2415      100   072S   COSM INSTRUCTOR III         $6    MTWRF    9:30AM    10:30AM   CEC1504     Meek
CSME2439      100   072S   ADVANCED HAIR DESIGN        $6    MTWRF    8:00AM     9:30AM   CEC1504     Meek
NOTE: CSME2441 – Prep for TCC Exam and CSME 2531 – Prin Fac/Est Tech III listed below require a $128 TDLR Exam Fee in addition to the $6 lab fee.
CSME2441      100   072S   PREP FOR TCC EXAM           $6    MTWRF    8:00AM    9:30AM    CEC1504     Meek         See note above.
CSME2443      100   072S   SALON DEVELOPMENT           $6    MTWRF    1:00PM    2:00PM    CEC1503     Brown
CSME2514      100   072S   COSMETOLOGY INSTR II        $6    MTWRF    1:00PM    2:00PM    CEC1504     Meek
CSME2531      100   072S   PRI FAC/EST TECH III        $6    MTW      8:00AM    5:00PM    CEC1522     Prince       See note for CSME2441-100 above.
CSME2545      100   072S   INSTR THEORY &CLINIC        $6    MTWRF    1:00PM    2:00PM    CEC1504     Meek



DANCE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Gabrielle Fletcher (Gainesville), Fine Arts Department Chair, e-mail – gfletcher@nctc.edu, or
Lawanna Woodlock (Fine Arts Department assistant) at 940-668-3318, e-mail – lwoodlock@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
DANC1147      100   072S   JAZZ DANCE TECH I                 R         6:00PM    7:30PM   CPA2005     Niemi
DANC1148      100   072S   JAZZ DANCE TECH II                R         7:30PM    9:00PM   CPA2005     Niemi
DANC1151      100   072S   DANCE PERFORM I                   T         5:00PM    7:00PM   CPA2005     Contrino
DANC1152      100   072S   DANCE PERFORM II                  T         5:00PM    7:00PM   CPA2005     Contrino
DANC2151      100   072S   DANCE PERFORM III                 T         7:00PM    9:00PM   CPA2005     Contrino
DANC2152      100   072S   DANCE PERFORM IV                  T         7:00PM    9:00PM   CPA2005     Contrino
DANC2303      100   072S   DANCE APPREC I                    TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   CPA2005     Niemi

CORINTH CAMPUS
DANC2303      400 072S     DANCE APPREC I                    MWF      1:00PM 1:50PM       COR262      Contrino

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

DANC2303      300 072S     DANCE APPREC I                    TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Contrino



                            IMPORTANT NOTICE – EARLY APPLICATIONS GET PRIORITY
         Submit your Application for Admission (you can do it online – see bottom of page 3) at least 2 days
         prior to the day you plan to register. APPLY EARLY! Application Priority Deadline for Spring ’08 is
         December 1. Applications received by this date will receive priority during registration.



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           28
                       Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                             LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE



DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Jerry Barrow, Department Coordinator (Gainesville), at 940-668-7731, ext. 4380, e-mail – jbar-
row@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*DFTG1305      100   072S   TECHNICAL DRAFTING        $24   T         6:00PM     9:50PM   BCS520     Harvick
*DFTG1317      100   072S   ARCH DRAFTING             $24   R         6:00PM     9:50PM   BCS520     McElreath
*DFTG2302      100   072S   MACH DRAFTING             $24   W         6:00PM     9:50PM   BCS520     McElreath
*DFTG2332      100   072S   ADV COMP AIDED DRFT       $24   M         6:00PM     9:50PM   BCS520     Harvick

CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*DFTG1309      400   072S   BASIC COMP-AID DRFT       $24   MTWR      9:00AM    10:50AM   COR180     Barrow       Requires DFTG2319.400.
*DFTG1309      401   072S   BASIC COMP-AID DRFT       $24   R         6:00PM     9:50PM   COR180     Kash
*DFTG1358      400   073T   ELEC/ELECTRON DRFT        $24   MTWR      1:00PM     2:50PM   COR180     Barrow       Requires DFTG2302.400.
*DFTG1391      400   072S   SPEC TOP/DFTG & DES       $24   T         6:00PM     9:50PM   COR180     Barrow
*DFTG2300      400   072S   INTERM ARCH-RESIDENT      $24   W         6:00PM     9:50PM   COR180     Kash
*DFTG2302      400   072S   MACH DRAFTING             $24   MTWR      1:00PM     2:50PM   COR180     Barrow       Requires DFTG1358.400.
*DFTG2317      400   072S   DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY      $24   MTWR     11:00AM    11:50AM   COR180     Barrow
*DFTG2319      400   073T   INTERM CAD                $24   MTWR      9:00AM    10:50AM   COR180     Barrow       Requires DFTG1304.400.
*DFTG2319      401   072S   INTERM CAD                $24   M         6:00PM     9:50PM   COR180     Barrow



DRAMA
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Thom Talbott (Gainesville) at 940-668-3324, e-mail – ttalbott@nctc.edu; or Gabrielle Fletcher (Gainesville), Fine Arts
Department Chair, at 940-668-3316, e-mail – gfletcher@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
DRAM1120       100   072S   THEATER PRACT I           $15 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Talbott
DRAM1121       100   072S   THEATER PRACT II          $15 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Talbott
DRAM1161       100   072S   MUSICAL THEATER I             TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Talbott      Requires DRAM1323.100.
DRAM1323       100   072S   BSC THTR MUSICAL          $15 S          10:00AM    12:50PM   CPA2002    Talbott      Requires DRAM1161.100.
DRAM1351       100   072S   ACTING I                  $15 M W        12:00PM     1:20PM   CPA2005    Talbott
DRAM1352       100   072S   ACTING II                 $15 M W        12:00PM     1:20PM   CPA2005    Talbott
DRAM2120       100   072S   THEATER PRACT III         $15 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Talbott
DRAM2121       100   072S   THEATER PRACT IV          $15 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Talbott
DRAM2331       100   072S   STAGECRAFT II                 TR         12:30PM     1:50PM   CPA2004    STAFF
DRAM2351       100   072S   ACTING III                $15 T R         9:30AM    10:50AM   CPA2005    Talbott
DRAM2352       100   072S   ACTING IV                 $15 T R         9:30AM    10:50AM   CPA2005    Talbott
DRAM2366       100   072S   INTRO TO FILM                 TR         11:00AM    12:20PM   CPA2015    Talbott

CORINTH CAMPUS
DRAM1310       400 072S     INTRO TO THEATER              TR          9:30AM 10:50AM      COR328     STAFF
DRAM1351       400 072S     ACTING I                  $15 T R        11:00AM 12:20PM      COR260     STAFF
DRAM2336       400 072S     VOICE FOR THEATER             TR         12:30PM 1:50PM       COR326     STAFF




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                          29
                      Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE         COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE



ECONOMICS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright, Assistant Department Chair, at 940-668-7731,
ext. 4320, e-mail – cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
ECON2302      100 072S      PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             M         6:00PM 8:55PM      MSS810      STAFF
ECON2301      900 072S      PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM     BCS503      STAFF        Taught via Interactive Video.

CORINTH CAMPUS
ECON2301      400   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR264      Wreh
ECON2301      401   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR264      Wreh
ECON2301      402   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR214      STAFF
ECON2301      403   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR214      STAFF
ECON2301      404   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR264      Wreh
ECON2301      405   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR214      STAFF
ECON2301      406   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR214      STAFF
ECON2302      400   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR264      Wreh
ECON2302      401   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR264      Wreh
ECON2302      402   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR264      Wreh
ECON2302      403   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR254      STAFF
ECON2302      404   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR264      STAFF

BOWIE CAMPUS
ECON2301      992 072S      PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             T         6:00PM 8:55PM      BOW118      STAFF        Taught via Interactive Video.
ECON2301      994 072S      PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM     BOW119      STAFF        Taught via Interactive Video.



                           NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
ECON2301      480 072S      PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             T        6:00PM 8:50PM       JUSNWHS     STAFF



                           LITTLE ELM HIGH SCHOOL
ECON2301      481 072S        PRINC/MACROECONOMICS           M        6:30PM 9:25PM       LELMHS      STAFF



                           GRAHAM EDUCATION CENTER
ECON2301      997 072S      PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             T        6:00PM 8:55PM       GEDCTR      STAFF        Taught via Interactive Video.

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

ECON2301      300   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Lynch
ECON2301      301   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ECON2301      302   072S    PRINC/MACROECONOMICS             TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ECON2302      300   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Lynch
ECON2302      301   072S    PRINC/MICROECONOMICS             TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Lynch




                               www.nctc.edu/Infosystems/poise/CampusConnect.htm

      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           30
                      Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                      CO-REQUISITE



EDUCATION
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Brenda Gordon, Educational Outreach Coordinator (Corinth), call 940-498-6286, e-mail – bgor-
don@nctc.edu, or Tiffany Tyler, department assistant, e-mail – ttyler@nctc.edu; Bowie Campus – Jeanette Shaw, advisor, call 940-872-4002, ext. 5212, e-mail
– jshaw@nctc.edu.


  PLEASE NOTE: Textbooks for EDUC2301, TECA1354 and TECA1311 require the purchase of “My Lab School” or “My Development Lab” and are
  free with purchase of bundled texts in the Bookstore.


GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
EDUC2301      990   072S    INTR TO SPECIAL POPS             W         6:00PM    8:55PM   BCS503      Ammons         Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1303      990   072S    FAMILY & COMMUNITY               T         6:00PM    8:55PM   BCS503      McDonald       Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1311      100   072S    INTRO EARLY CHILD ED             TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   MSS803      Fleitman
TECA1318      100   072S    NUTRITION HEALTH SAF             TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   MSS804      Bridenthrall
TECA1318      990   072S    NUTRITION HEALTH SAF             R         6:00PM    8:55PM   BCS503      McDonald       Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1354      100   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   MSS804      Bridenthrall
TECA1354      990   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   M         6:00PM    8:55PM   BCS503      STAFF          Taught via Interactive Video.

CORINTH CAMPUS
EDUC2301      400   072S    INTR TO SPECIAL POPS             TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR326      Cone
EDUC2301      401   072S    INTR TO SPECIAL POPS             TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR210      Burton
EDUC2301      402   072S    INTR TO SPECIAL POPS             T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR312      Bridenthrall
TECA1303      400   072S    FAMILY & COMMUNITY               MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR315      Gordon
TECA1303      401   072S    FAMILY & COMMUNITY               R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR312      Chancellor
TECA1311      400   072S    INTRO EARLY CHILD ED             MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR313      Gordon
TECA1311      401   072S    INTRO EARLY CHILD ED             S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR210      STAFF
TECA1318      400   072S    NUTRITION HEALTH SAF             M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR353      Chancellor
TECA1318      401   072S    NUTRITION HEALTH SAF             TR        5:00PM    6:20PM   COR210      Martin
TECA1354      400   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR210      Lucas
TECA1354      401   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR353      Martin
TECA1354      402   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   S         1:00PM    3:50PM   COR210      Martin

BOWIE CAMPUS
EDUC2301      992   072S    INTR TO SPECIAL POPS             W        6:00PM    8:55PM    BOW119      Ammons         Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1303      992   072S    FAMILY & COMMUNITY               T        6:00PM    8:55PM    BOW119      McDonald       Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1318      992   072S    NUTRITION HEALTH SAF             R        6:00PM    8:55PM    BOW119      McDonald       Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1354      992   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   M        6:00PM    8:55PM    BOW119      STAFF          Taught via Interactive Video.



                           GRAHAM EDUCATION CENTER
EDUC2301      997   072S    INTR TO SPECIAL POPS             W        6:00PM    8:55PM    GEDCTR      STAFF          Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1303      997   072S    FAMILY & COMMUNITY               T        6:00PM    8:55PM    GEDCTR      STAFF          Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1318      997   072S    NUTRITION HEALTH SAF             R        6:00PM    8:55PM    GEDCTR      STAFF          Taught via Interactive Video.
TECA1354      997   072S    GROWTH AND DEV                   M        6:00PM    8:55PM    GEDCTR      STAFF          Taught via Interactive Video.

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

TECA1354      300 072S      GROWTH AND DEV                   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Burton
TECA1354      301 072S      GROWTH AND DEV                   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Burton




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           31
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE



EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Suzanne Stiles, Program Coordinator, e-mail – sstiles@nctc.edu, or Misty Clark, department assistant,
e-mail – mclark@nctc.edu, at 940-498-6237.

CORINTH CAMPUS
NOTE: EMSP1160 – Clinical EMT listed below requires a $30 Malpractice Insurance Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
EMSP1160       400 073T     CLINICAL EMT              $24 TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA       Witherspoon   See note above.
NOTE: EMSP1338 – Intro Adv Practice and EMSP 1501 – Emerg Med Tech listed below require a $42 Criminal Background Check Fee in addition to the
      $24 Lab Fee.
EMSP1338       400   072S   INTRO ADV PRACTICE        $24   T        6:00PM    10:00PM   COR219    Floyd         See note above.
EMSP1338       410   072S   INTRO ADV PRACTICE        $24   MTWRF    8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Floyd
EMSP1355       400   072S   TRAUMA MANAGEMENT         $24   R        6:00PM    10:00PM   COR216    Floyd
EMSP1355       410   073T   TRAUMA MANAGEMENT         $24   MTWRF    8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Henderson
EMSP1356       400   072S   PT ASSESS/AIRWAY MGT      $24   M        6:00PM    10:00PM   COR216    Floyd
EMSP1356       410   073T   PT ASSESS/AIRWAY MGT      $24   MTWRF    8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Floyd
EMSP1501       400   072S   EMERG MED TECH            $24   TRS      6:00PM    10:00PM   COR216    Witherspoon   See note for EMSP1338-400 above.
EMSP2135       400   073T   ADV CARDIAC LIFE SUP      $24   MW       6:00PM    10:00PM   COR219    Henderson
EMSP2135       410   073T   ADV CARDIAC LIFE SUP      $24   MTWRF    8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Henderson
NOTE: EMSP2261 – EMT Clinical I listed below requires a $30 Malpractice Insurance Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
EMSP2261       400   072S   EMT-P CLINICAL I          $24 TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA       Floyd         See note above.
EMSP2261       410   072S   EMT-P CLINICAL I          $24 TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA       Stiles        See note for Sect. 400.
EMSP2262       400   072S   EMT-P CLINCIAL II         $24 TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA       Stiles
EMSP2262       410   073T   EMT-P CLINCIAL II         $24 TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA       Stiles
EMSP2332       410   073T   MASS DISATER RESP         $24 MTWRF      8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Floyd
EMSP2352       410   072S   EMS RESEARCH                  MTWRF      8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Stiles
EMSP2434       400   072S   MEDICAL EMERGENCIES       $24 R          6:00PM    10:00PM   COR219    Mackling
EMSP2434       410   073T   MEDICAL EMERGENCIES       $24 MTWRF      8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Floyd
EMSP2544       400   072S   CARDIOLOGY                    MW         6:00PM    10:00PM   COR219    Henderson
EMSP2544       410   073T   CARDIOLOGY                    MTWRF      8:00AM     5:00PM   COR219    Henderson



ENGLISH
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Dr.Ann Jagoe (Gainesville), Department Chair, at 940-668-7731, ext.4379, e-mail – ajagoe@
nctc.edu, or Dona Taylor, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4355, e-mail – dtaylor@nctc.edu; CORINTH – Chris Bishop, Assistant Department Chair, at
940-498-6241, e-mail – cbishop@nctc.edu. For more information about COLLEGE PREP courses at all campuses, contact Sara Alford, Department Chair
(Corinth), at 940-498-6209, email: salford@nctc.edu, or Dawn Porter, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6208, e-mail – dporter@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS (College-Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
ENGL0300       100   072S   FUND ENGLISH I                  W         6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS804    STAFF         See note above.
ENGL0305       100   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   BCS509    Ellis         See note above.
ENGL0305       101   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   BCS503    Ellis         See note above.
ENGL0305       102   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 W         6:00PM    8:55PM   BCS509    STAFF         See note above.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS (College-Level)
ENGL1301       100   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   BCS511    STAFF
ENGL1301       101   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COX310    Coolen
ENGL1301       102   072S   COMPOSITION I                   TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COX310    Coolen
ENGL1301       103   072S   COMPOSITION I                   TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COX310    Hood
ENGL1302       100   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COX310    Coolen
ENGL1302       101   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COX310    Coolen
ENGL1302       102   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   CPA2015   Fletcher
ENGL1302       103   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   CPA2015   Fletcher
ENGL1302       104   072S   COMPOSITION II                  TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COX310    Coolen
ENGL1302       105   072S   COMPOSITION II                  TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   BCS509    Jagoe
Continued On Next Page



       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.      Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                          32
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                CO-REQUISITE

ENGL1302       106   072S   COMPOSITION II                  TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   BCS509    Jagoe
ENGL1302       107   072S   COMPOSITION II                  TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COX310    STAFF
ENGL1302       108   072S   COMPOSITION II                  M         6:00PM    8:55PM   COX310    STAFF
ENGL1302       109   072S   COMPOSITION II                  W         6:00PM    8:55PM   COX310    Hood
ENGL2308       100   072S   ADV CREATIVE WRIT               R         6:00PM    8:55PM   COX310    STAFF
ENGL2311       100   072S   TECHNICAL WRITING               T         6:00PM    8:55PM   COX310    STAFF
ENGL2332       100   072S   WORLD LIT I                     TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   BCS511    STAFF
ENGL2333       100   072S   WORLD LIT II                    MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COX310    Coolen
ENGL2333       101   072S   WORLD LIT II                    TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   CPA2015   Fletcher
ENGL2333       102   072S   WORLD LIT II                    W         6:00PM    8:55PM   BCS501    Jagoe

CORINTH CAMPUS (College-Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
ENGL0300       400   072S   FUND ENGLISH I                  MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR353    Ratcliff
ENGL0300       401   072S   FUND ENGLISH I                  TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR211    Ratcliff
ENGL0300       402   072S   FUND ENGLISH I                  M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR210    STAFF
ENGL0305       400   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR257    Ratcliff
ENGL0305       401   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR312    Ratcliff
ENGL0305       402   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR260    STAFF
ENGL0305       403   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR257    Ratcliff
ENGL0305       404   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR192    STAFF
ENGL0305       405   072S   FUND ENGLISH II                 W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR315    STAFF

CORINTH CAMPUS (College-Level)
ENGL1301       400   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR315    STAFF
ENGL1301       401   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1301       402   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR315    STAFF
ENGL1301       403   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR310    STAFF
ENGL1301       404   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR192    STAFF
ENGL1301       405   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR310    STAFF
ENGL1301       406   072S   COMPOSITION I                   MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR326    STAFF
ENGL1301       407   072S   COMPOSITION I                   TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR353    STAFF
ENGL1301       408   072S   COMPOSITION I                   TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR355    STAFF
ENGL1301       409   072S   COMPOSITION I                   TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR313    STAFF
ENGL1301       410   072S   COMPOSITION I                   TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR353    STAFF
ENGL1301       411   072S   COMPOSITION I                   M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1301       412   072S   COMPOSITION I                   T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR365    STAFF
ENGL1301       413   072S   COMPOSITION I                   W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR211    STAFF
ENGL1301       414   072S   COMPOSITION I                   R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR210    STAFF
ENGL1301       415   072S   COMPOSITION I                   S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR262    STAFF
ENGL1302       400   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1302       401   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR313    STAFF
ENGL1302       402   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR357    STAFF
ENGL1302       403   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR211    STAFF
ENGL1302       404   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR257    Franklin
ENGL1302       405   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR214    STAFF
ENGL1302       406   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR260    Burton
ENGL1302       407   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1302       408   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR212    STAFF
ENGL1302       409   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1302       410   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR211    Burton
ENGL1302       411   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR313    STAFF
ENGL1302       412   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR353    Burton
ENGL1302       413   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR326    STAFF
ENGL1302       414   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1302       415   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR260    STAFF
ENGL1302       416   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       3:00PM    3:50PM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1302       417   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MWF       3:00PM    3:50PM   COR264    STAFF
ENGL1302       418   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MW        4:00PM    5:20PM   COR257    STAFF
ENGL1302       419   072S   COMPOSITION II                  MW        5:00PM    6:20PM   COR262    STAFF
ENGL1302       420   072S   COMPOSITION II                  TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR257    Eubanks
Continued On Next Page



       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.      Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                          33
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE

ENGL1302       421   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR355      STAFF
ENGL1302       422   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR315      Eubanks
ENGL1302       423   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR211      STAFF
ENGL1302       424   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR315      Eubanks
ENGL1302       425   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR353      STAFF
ENGL1302       426   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR353      Bishop
ENGL1302       427   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR212      STAFF
ENGL1302       428   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR364      STAFF
ENGL1302       429   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR257      STAFF
ENGL1302       430   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR262      STAFF
ENGL1302       431   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        5:00PM    6:20PM   COR257      STAFF
ENGL1302       432   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR        5:00PM    6:20PM   COR262      STAFF
ENGL1302       433   072S   COMPOSITION II                   M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR211      STAFF
ENGL1302       434   072S   COMPOSITION II                   M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR214      STAFF
ENGL1302       435   072S   COMPOSITION II                   T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR257      STAFF
ENGL1302       436   072S   COMPOSITION II                   T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR190      STAFF
ENGL1302       437   072S   COMPOSITION II                   W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR326      STAFF
ENGL1302       438   072S   COMPOSITION II                   W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR368      STAFF
ENGL1302       439   072S   COMPOSITION II                   R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR355      STAFF
ENGL1302       440   072S   COMPOSITION II                   R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR353      STAFF
ENGL1302       441   072S   COMPOSITION II                   S         1:00PM    3:50PM   COR257      STAFF
ENGL2308       400   072S   ADV CREATIVE WRIT                M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR315      STAFF
ENGL2311       400   072S   TECHNICAL WRITING                TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR315      STAFF
ENGL2311       401   072S   TECHNICAL WRITING                T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR315      STAFF
ENGL2323       400   072S   BRITISH LIT II                   MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR315      Franklin
ENGL2323       401   072S   BRITISH LIT II                   TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR211      STAFF
ENGL2327       400   072S   AMERICAN LIT. I                  TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR357      STAFF
ENGL2332       400   072S   WORLD LIT I                      MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR210      STAFF
ENGL2332       401   072S   WORLD LIT I                      MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR262      STAFF
ENGL2332       402   072S   WORLD LIT I                      T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR326      STAFF
ENGL2332       403   072S   WORLD LIT I                      S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR264      STAFF
ENGL2333       400   072S   WORLD LIT II                     MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR315      STAFF
ENGL2333       401   072S   WORLD LIT II                     MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR260      STAFF
ENGL2333       402   072S   WORLD LIT II                     TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR315      STAFF
ENGL2333       403   072S   WORLD LIT II                     TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR211      STAFF
ENGL2333       404   072S   WORLD LIT II                     R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR315      STAFF

BOWIE CAMPUS (College-Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
ENGL0300       700 072S     FUND ENGLISH I                   MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM     BOW117      STAFF
ENGL0305       700 072S     FUND ENGLISH II                  MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM     BOW117      STAFF

BOWIE CAMPUS (College-Level)
ENGL1301       700   072S   COMPOSITION I                    MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   BOW137A     Klement
ENGL1302       700   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   BOW119      Klement
ENGL1302       701   072S   COMPOSITION II                   W         6:00PM    8:55PM   BOW137A     Klement
ENGL1302       703   072S   COMPOSITION II                   MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   BOW119      Klement
ENGL2323       992   072S   BRITISH LIT II                   TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   BOW119      Klement      Taught via Interactive Video.

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

ENGL1301       300   072S   COMPOSITION I                    TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET      Hood
ENGL1301       301   072S   COMPOSITION I                    TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ENGL1301       302   072S   COMPOSITION I                    TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ENGL1301       303   072S   COMPOSITION I                    TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ENGL1301       304   072S   COMPOSITION I                    TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
ENGL1302       300   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Burton
ENGL1302       301   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      Burton
ENGL1302       302   072S   COMPOSITION II                   TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF
Continued On Next Page


       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.      Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           34
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE

ENGL1302       303   072S    COMPOSITION II                  TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     STAFF
ENGL1302       304   072S    COMPOSITION II                  TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     STAFF
ENGL1302       305   072S    COMPOSITION II                  TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     Bishop
ENGL2323       300   072S    BRITISH LIT II                  TBA          TBA    TBA      GNSNET     Hood
ENGL2328       300   072S    AMERICAN LIT II                 TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     Bishop
ENGL2332       300   072S    WORLD LIT I                     TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     Eubanks
ENGL2332       301   072S    WORLD LIT I                     TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     Eubanks
ENGL2332       390   072S    WORLD LIT I-HYBRID              T        12:30PM 1:50PM      COR315     Franklin     Partial ONLINE instruction.
ENGL2332       391   072S    WORLD LIT I-HYBRID              R        12:30PM 1:50PM      COR315     Franklin     Partial ONLINE instruction.
ENGL2333       300   072S    WORLD LIT II                    TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     Bishop
ENGL2333       301   072S    WORLD LIT II                    TBA          TBA    TBA      CORNET     Bishop



                            NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
ENGL1302       480 072S      COMPOSITION II                  R        6:30PM 9:25PM       JUSNWHS    STAFF        NWHS – 2301 Texan Dr., Justin, TX 76247.



                            LITTLE ELM HIGH SCHOOL
ENGL1302       481 072S      COMPOSITION II                  M        6:30PM 9:25PM       LELMHS     STAFF        LEHS – 1900 Walker Lane, Little Elm, TX 75068.


EQUINE SCIENCE (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Shelly Switzer (Gainesville), Program Coordinator, at 940-668-4318, e-mail – sswitzer@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*AGEQ1271      100   072S    FUND RIDING INSTRUCTION   $24 TBA       TBA     TBA          TBA        Switzer      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1291      100   072S    EQUINE SPORTS REHAB       $24 R      6:30PM 9:30PM           SCI412     STAFF        Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1305      100   072S    EQU ENTERPRISE MGMT           TR     8:00AM 9:20AM           BCS501     Switzer      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1315      100   072S    HORSE EVALUATION I            TR    11:00AM 1:00PM           SCI412     Terrell      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1319      100   072S    HORSEMANSHIP I            $24 W      6:00PM 8:50PM           EQU1603    Terrell      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1391      100   072S    ADV COLT TRAINING             TR     6:00PM 8:50PM           EQU1603    Brown        Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1450      100   072S    EQUINE REPRODUCTION       $24 M W F  8:00AM 8:50AM           BCS501     Terrell      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ1450      101   072S    EQUINE REPRODUCTION       $24 M W F  9:00AM 9:50AM           SCI407     Terrell      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ2311      100   072S    EQUINE SCIENCE II             MW    11:00AM 12:20PM          SCI412     Switzer      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
AGEQ2386       100   072S    INTERNSHIP-EQUINE             TBA       TBA     TBA          TBA        Switzer      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ2401      100   072S    EQU BEHAV/TRAIN II        $24 MTWRF 1:30PM 3:30PM            EQU1603    Terrell      Requires instructor approval to enroll.
*AGEQ2401      101   072S    EQU BEHAV/TRAIN II        $24 MTWRF 3:45PM 5:45PM            EQU1603    Terrell      Requires instructor approval to enroll.



FARM & RANCH MANAGEMENT (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – T.J. Davidson, Room BCS502 (Gainesville), 940-668-4217, e-mail – tdavidson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

AGME1415   100 072S          FARM & RANCH SHOP             T           6:00PM   10:50PM   HIT606     Glascock
AGCR1419   100 072S          SOIL SCIENCE              $10 M W F      11:00AM   11:50AM   EQU1601    Weber        Requires AGCR1419 LAB 101.
AGCR1419 L 101 072S          SOIL SCIENCE LAB          $10 W          12:00PM    1:50PM   SCI407     Weber        Requires AGCR1419 LEC 100.
AGCR1441   100 072S          PASTURE MGMT              $10 R           6:00PM   10:50PM   EQU1601    Weber
AGMG2301   100 072S          RANCH BUSINESS                TR          8:00AM    9:20AM   BCS511     Weber
Continued On Next Page


      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           35
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                CO-REQUISITE

AGMG2480       100 072S      COOP EDUC AGRI BUSI             TBA          TBA     TBA      TBA       Davidson
*RELE1331      100 072S      FARM/RANCH REAL EST             TR       11:00AM 12:20PM      BCS501    Weber



GOVERNMENT
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
GOVT2305       100   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF       9:00AM     9:50AM   MSS811    Melugin
GOVT2305       101   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF      10:00AM    10:50AM   MSS811    STAFF
GOVT2305       102   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   MSS811    Melugin
GOVT2305       103   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              M         6:00PM     8:55PM   MSS811    STAFF
GOVT2306       100   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             MWF       8:00AM     8:50AM   MSS811    Melugin
GOVT2306       101   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             MWF      11:00AM    11:50AM   MSS811    STAFF
GOVT2306       102   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   MSS811    STAFF
GOVT2306       103   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   MSS811    STAFF
GOVT2306       104   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             W         6:00PM     8:55PM   MSS811    Melugin

CORINTH CAMPUS
GOVT2305       400   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF       8:00AM     8:50AM   COR314    STAFF
GOVT2305       401   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF      10:00AM    10:50AM   COR254    Hooper
GOVT2305       402   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF      11:00AM    11:50AM   COR190    Hooper
GOVT2305       403   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF      12:00PM    12:50PM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2305       404   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              MWF       2:00PM     2:50PM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2305       405   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2305       406   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR262    Davis
GOVT2305       407   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR190    Hooper
GOVT2305       408   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TR        2:00PM     3:20PM   COR257    STAFF
GOVT2305       409   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              W         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2305       410   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              R         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2305       411   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              S         9:00AM    11:50AM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2306       400   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             MWF       9:00AM     9:50AM   COR355    Hooper
GOVT2306       401   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             MWF      10:00AM    10:50AM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2306       402   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             MWF      12:00PM    12:50PM   COR262    Davis
GOVT2306       403   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             MWF       1:00PM     1:50PM   COR190    STAFF
GOVT2306       404   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   COR262    STAFF
GOVT2306       405   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR190    Hooper
GOVT2306       406   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TR       12:30PM     1:50PM   COR262    Davis
GOVT2306       407   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TR        2:00PM     3:20PM   COR190    Davis
GOVT2306       408   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             M         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR314    STAFF
GOVT2306       409   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             R         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR256    STAFF
GOVT2306       410   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             S         1:00PM     3:50PM   COR190    STAFF

BOWIE CAMPUS
GOVT2305       700 072S      AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TR       11:00AM 12:20PM      BOW137A   Corley
GOVT2305       701 072S      AMER NATIONAL GOVT              M         6:00PM 8:55PM       BOW118    STAFF
GOVT2306       992 072S      AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             R         6:00PM 8:55PM       BOW118    STAFF      Taught via Interactive Video.



                            GRAHAM EDUCATION CENTER
GOVT2306       997 072S      AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             R         6:00PM 8:55PM       GEDCTR    STAFF      Taught via Interactive Video.

ONLINE COURSES
GOVT2305       300   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TBA         TBA        TBA    CORNET    Huckaby
GOVT2305       301   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TBA         TBA        TBA    CORNET    Huckaby
GOVT2305       302   072S    AMER NATIONAL GOVT              TBA         TBA        TBA    CORNET    Huckaby
GOVT2306       300   072S    AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TBA         TBA        TBA    BOWNET    Corley
Continued On Next Page


      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           36
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                CO-REQUISITE

GOVT2306      301 072S      AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Rasimus
GOVT2306      302 072S      AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT             TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Rasimus



                           LITTLE ELM HIGH SCHOOL
GOVT2305      481 072S      AMER NATIONAL GOVT              R        6:30PM 9:25PM       LELMHS   STAFF



HISTORY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
HIST1301      100   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   MSS803   Ledbetter
HIST1301      101   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   MSS803   Wright
HIST1302      100   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   MSS803   Ledbetter
HIST1302      101   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   MSS803   Ledbetter
HIST1302      102   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   MSS803   Wright
HIST1302      103   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   MSS803   Wright
HIST1302      104   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   MSS807   Wright
HIST1302      105   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               T         6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS803   STAFF

CORINTH CAMPUS
HIST1301      400   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR368   England
HIST1301      401   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1301      402   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR258   STAFF
HIST1301      403   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR258   STAFF
HIST1301      404   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 MW        3:00PM    4:20PM   COR258   STAFF
HIST1301      405   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR314   STAFF
HIST1301      406   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR213   STAFF
HIST1301      407   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1301      408   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR258   STAFF
HIST1301      409   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR258   STAFF
HIST1301      410   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR364   STAFF
HIST1301      411   072S    US HIST TO 1865                 R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR314   STAFF
HIST1302      400   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR368   England
HIST1302      401   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR368   Page
HIST1302      402   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR368   Page
HIST1302      403   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR368   Page
HIST1302      404   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      405   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               MW        3:00PM    4:20PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      406   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR368   England
HIST1302      407   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      408   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      409   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      410   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      411   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      412   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      413   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR368   STAFF
HIST1302      414   072S    US HIST FROM 1865               S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR368   STAFF
HIST2322      400   072S    HIST/CIVIL FROM 1650            TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR258   England

BOWIE CAMPUS
HIST1301      992 072S      US HIST TO 1865                 W        6:00PM 8:55PM       BOW118   STAFF       Taught via Interactive Video.
HIST1302      992 072S      US HIST FROM 1865               MWF      9:00AM 9:50AM       BOW119   STAFF       Taught via Interactive Video.
Continued On Next Page




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                          37
                       Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE         COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE    DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE




                            GRAHAM EDUCATION CENTER
HIST1301       997 072S      US HIST to 1865                   W        6:00PM 8:55PM       GEDCTR    Taught via Interactive Video.

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

HIST1301       300   072S    US HIST TO 1865                   TBA         TBA     TBA      GNSNET    Harp
HIST1301       301   072S    US HIST TO 1865                   TBA         TBA     TBA      CORNET    Page
HIST1301       302   072S    US HIST TO 1865                   TBA         TBA     TBA      CORNET    Page
HIST1301       303   072S    US HIST TO 1865                   TBA         TBA     TBA      CORNET    Page
HIST1301       390   072S    US HIST TO 1865                   R        9:30AM 10:50AM      MSS803    Ledbetter      Partial ONLINE instruction.
HIST1302       300   072S    US HIST FROM 1865                 TBA         TBA     TBA      GNSNET    Harp
HIST1302       301   072S    US HIST FROM 1865                 TBA         TBA     TBA      GNSNET    Harp
HIST1302       302   072S    US HIST FROM 1865                 TBA         TBA     TBA      CORNET    Morales
HIST1302       303   072S    US HIST FROM 1865                 TBA         TBA     TBA      CORNET    Morales
HIST1302       304   072S    US HIST FROM 1865                 TBA         TBA     TBA      CORNET    Morales


HORTICULTURE (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Ashley Hartman, Department Coordinator (Gainesville), at 940-668-7731, ext. 4488, e-mail – ahartman@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*FMKT2331      100   072S    ADV FLORAL DESIGN          $100   T        6:00PM    10:50PM   EQU1601   Hartman
*HALT1301      100   072S    NATURALISTIC HORTIC        $10    R        1:00PM     5:50PM   EQU1601   Hartman
*HALT1422      100   072S    LANDSCAPE DESIGN           $24    W        1:00PM     5:50PM   EQU1601   Hartman
*HALT2308      100   072S    GREENHOUSE MGMT            $10    M        6:00PM     9:50PM   EQU1601   Hartman



HUMANITIES
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
HUMA1371       100 072S      GREAT AMERICANS                   TR       11:00AM 12:20PM     MSS810    Melugin

CORINTH CAMPUS
HUMA1371       400   072S    HOLLYWOOD/HISTORY                 W        2:00PM     4:50PM   COR353    England
HUMA1371       401   072S    GREAT AMERICANS                   MWF      8:00AM     8:50AM   COR355    STAFF
HUMA1371       402   072S    GREAT AMERICANS                   TR       2:00PM     3:20PM   COR264    STAFF
HUMA1371       403   072S    GREAT AMERICANS                   W        6:30PM     9:20PM   COR256    STAFF
HUMA1371       404   072S    WOMEN IN POLITICS                 TR       2:00PM     3:20PM   COR254    Hooper
HUMA1371       405   072S    LITERATURE IN FILM                W        2:00PM     4:50PM   COR315    Franklin

BOWIE CAMPUS
HUMA1371       700 072S      GREAT AMERICANS                   MWF      12:00PM 12:50PM     BOW119    STAFF




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.          Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                             38
                       Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS     ENDS     ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE



ITALIAN
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Dr. Ann Jagoe, Department Chair (Gainesville), at 940-668-3399, ext. 4355, e-mail – ajagoe@
nctc.edu, or Dona Taylor, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4355, e-mail – dtaylor@nctc.edu.

CORINTH CAMPUS
ITAL1412       400 072S     ELEM ITALIAN II            $24 M           6:30PM 11:20PM      COR357     Vargas       Course includes lab.



LAW ENFORCEMENT (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Cherly Gary, Program Coordinator, at 940-498-6238, e-mail – cgary@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE
– Cliff Downey at 940-668-3313, e-mail – cdowney@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*CJCR1304      100   072S   PROBATION & PAROLE               MW F     10:00AM    10:50AM   MSS807     Downey
*CJSA1342      100   072S   CRIMINAL INVESTIGATI             MW F      9:00AM     9:50AM   MSS807     Downey
*CJSA2334      100   072S   CONTEMPORARY ISSUES              MW F     11:00AM    11:50AM   MSS807     Downey
*CRIJ1306      100   072S   COURT SYS & PRAC                 MW F     12:00PM    12:50PM   MSS807     Downey
*CRIJ1310      100   072S   FUND OF CRIM LAW                 TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   MSS807     Gary

CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*CJCR1304      400   072S   PROBATION & PAROLE               MW F     10:00AM    10:50AM   COR365     Lott
*CJLE1327      400   072S   REPORT WRITING                   M         6:30PM     9:20PM   COR365     Privett
*CJSA1325      400   072S   CRIMINOLOGY                      MW F     12:00PM    12:50PM   COR365     Gary
*CJSA1342      400   072S   CRIMINAL INVESTIGATI             TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR365     Downey
*CJSA2334      400   072S   CONTEMPORARY ISSUES              TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR365     Downey
*CRIJ1306      400   072S   COURT SYS & PRAC                 R         6:30PM     9:20PM   COR365     Carter
*CRIJ1310      400   072S   FUND OF CRIM LAW                 MW F     11:00AM    11:50AM   COR365     Gary
*CJSA1393      400   072S   INTRO TO FORENSICS               W         6:30PM     9:20PM   COR365     Fogus

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm


  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*CJSA1325      300 072S     CRIMINOLOGY                      TBA         TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Gary
CRIJ1310       300 072S     FUND OF CRIM LAW                 TBA         TBA        TBA    CORNET     Gary




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           39
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                                LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE         COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE    DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE



MATHEMATICS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Keith Bailey (Corinth), Department Chair, at 940-498-6225, e-mail – kbailey@nctc.edu, or Clarisa Sun-
nenberg, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6413, e-mail – csunnenberg@nctc.edu. For more information about COLLEGE PREP courses at all campuses, contact
Sara Alford, Department Chair, at 940-498-6209, email – salford@nctc.edu, or Dawn Porter, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6208, e-mail – dporter@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS (College-Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.


                            NOTE: MATH0305-160 and MATH0310-160 listed below are Fast-Track courses. See page 20 for more information.

MATH0303       100   072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       MWF        9:00AM    9:50AM   MSS804      Syler
MATH0303       101   072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       TR        11:00AM   12:20PM   MSS807      Herald
MATH0303       102   072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       T          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS808      STAFF
MATH0305       101   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       TR         8:00AM    9:20AM   MSS810      Syler
MATH0305       102   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       W          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS808      STAFF
MATH0305       160   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       MWF       11:00AM   12:50PM   MSS804      Syler        Fast-Track/Requires MATH0310. 160.073T.
MATH0310       101   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                    TR         9:30AM   10:50AM   MSS810      Syler
MATH0310       102   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                    M          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS808      Herald
MATH0310       160   073T   INTERM ALGEBRA                    MWF       11:00AM   12:50PM   MSS804      Syler        Fast-Track/Requires MATH0305.160.072S.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS (College-Level)
MATH1314       100   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                   MWF        8:00AM    8:50AM   MSS808      Wilson
MATH1314       101   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                   MWF       10:00AM   10:50AM   MSS808      Wilson
MATH1314       102   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                   TR         8:00AM    9:20AM   MSS804      STAFF
MATH1314       103   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                   TR         9:30AM   10:50AM   MSS808      STAFF
MATH1314       104   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                   T          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS809      STAFF
MATH1316       100   072S   TRIGONOMETRY                      MWF       10:00AM   10:50AM   MSS810      STAFF
MATH1325       100   072S   BUSINESS CALCULUS                 R          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS804      STAFF
MATH1342       100   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                   MWF        9:00AM    9:50AM   MSS808      Wilson
MATH1342       101   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                   W          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS807      STAFF
MATH1351       100   072S   FUND OF MATH II                   M          6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS809      STAFF
MATH2413       100   072S   CALCULUS I                        TR        11:00AM   12:50PM   MSS808      STAFF
MATH2414       100   072S   CALCULUS II                       MW        11:00AM   12:50PM   MSS808      STAFF

CORINTH CAMPUS (College-Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.


                            NOTE: MATH0305-461, MATH0310-461 listed below are Fast-Track courses. See page 20 for more information.

MATH0303      400    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       MWF        9:00AM    9:50AM   COR312      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0303      401    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       MWF       10:00AM   10:50AM   COR258      Howell       See note above.
MATH0303      402    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       MWF       12:00PM   12:50PM   COR312      Howell       See note above.
MATH0303      403    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       TR         9:30AM   10:50AM   COR264      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0303      404    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       TR        11:00AM   12:20PM   COR312      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0303      405    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       TR        12:30PM    1:50PM   COR260      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0303      406    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       M          6:30PM    9:25PM   COR312      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0303      407    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       T          6:30PM    9:25PM   COR353      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0303      408    072S   PRE-ALGEBRA                       R          6:30PM    9:25PM   COR192      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0305      401    072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       MWF       10:00AM   10:50AM   COR211      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0305      402    072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       MWF       11:00AM   11:50AM   COR256      MacFarlane   See note above.
MATH0305      403    072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       MWF       12:00PM   12:50PM   COR353      MacFarlane   See note above.
MATH0305      404    072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       MWF        1:00PM    1:50PM   COR213      Howell       See note above.
MATH0305      405    072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       TR         8:00AM    9:20AM   COR210      STAFF        See note above.
MATH0305      406    072S   BEG ALGEBRA                       TR         9:30AM   10:50AM   COR353      MacFarlane   See note above.
Continued On Next Page


       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                             40
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                                LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION       FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                       CO-REQUISITE

MATH0305      407   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR214      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0305      408   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        TR       12:30PM     1:50PM   COR264      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0305      409   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        M         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR264      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0305      410   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        T         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR262      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0305      411   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        W         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR258      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0305      412   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        R         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR264      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0305      461   072S   BEG ALGEBRA                        MWF       9:00AM    10:50AM   COR326      Herald          Fast-Track/Requires MATH0310. 461.073T. Note.
MATH0310      400   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     MWF       8:00AM     8:50AM   COR260      MacFarlane      See note previous page.
MATH0310      403   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     MWF      11:00AM    11:50AM   COR258      Herald          See note previous page.
MATH0310      404   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     MWF       1:00PM     1:50PM   COR260      Herald          See note previous page.
MATH0310      405   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   COR260      MacFarlane      See note previous page.
MATH0310      406   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR257      Howell          See note previous page.
MATH0310      407   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR258      Howell          See note previous page.
MATH0310      408   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     M         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR260      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0310      409   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     T         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR260      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0310      410   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     W         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR260      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0310      411   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     R         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR260      STAFF           See note previous page.
MATH0310      460   072S   INTERM ALGEBRA                     MWF       9:00AM    10:50AM   COR260      Alford          Requires MATH1314.460.073T. See note.
MATH0310      461   073T   INTERM ALGEBRA                     MWF       9:00AM    10:50AM   COR326      Herald          Fast-Track/Requires MATH0305.461.072S. Note.

CORINTH CAMPUS (College-Level)

                           NOTE: MATH01314-460 listed below is a Fast-Track course. See page 20 for more information.

MATH1314      400   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       8:00AM 8:50AM       COR213      Bell
MATH1314      401   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       9:00AM 9:50AM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      402   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       9:00AM 9:50AM       COR256      STAFF
MATH1314      403   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM      COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      404   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM      COR355      STAFF
MATH1314      405   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF      11:00AM 11:50AM      COR355      STAFF
MATH1314      406   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF      12:00PM 12:50PM      COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      407   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF      12:00PM 12:50PM      COR355      STAFF
MATH1314      408   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       1:00PM 1:50PM       COR355      Bernard
MATH1314      409   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       2:00PM 2:50PM       COR213      Howell
MATH1314      410   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       3:00PM 3:50PM       COR355      Bernard
MATH1314      411   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MW       11:00AM 12:20PM      COR214      STAFF
MATH1314      412   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR        8:00AM 9:20AM       COR256      Bautch
MATH1314      413   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR        8:00AM 9:20AM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      414   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR        9:30AM 110:50AM     COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      415   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR       11:00AM 12:20PM      COR355      STAFF
MATH1314      416   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR       12:30PM 1:50PM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      417   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR        2:00PM 3:20PM       COR213      Yoder
MATH1314      418   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR        3:30PM 4:50PM       COR213      Bernard
MATH1314      419   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    TR        5:00PM 6:20PM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      420   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    M         6:30PM 9:20PM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      421   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    T         6:30PM 9:20PM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      422   072S   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    R         6:30PM 9:20PM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1314      460   073T   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    MWF       9:00AM 10:50AM      COR260      Alford          Fast-Track/Requires MATH0310.460.072S.
MATH1316      400   072S   TRIGONOMETRY                       MWF       1:00PM 1:50PM       COR256      Bautch
MATH1316      401   072S   TRIGONOMETRY                       W         6:30PM 9:20PM       COR213      STAFF
MATH1324      400   072S   MATH-BUS ANALYSIS I                MWF       8:00AM 8:50AM       COR256      Bautch
MATH1325      400   072S   BUSINESS CALCULUS                  MWF      10:00AM 10:50AM      COR256      Bautch
MATH1325      401   072S   BUSINESS CALCULUS                  MWF      12:00PM 12:50PM      COR256      Bautch
MATH1325      402   072S   BUSINESS CALCULUS                  TR       11:00AM 12:20PM      COR256      Bautch
MATH1325      403   072S   BUSINESS CALCULUS                  W         6:30PM 9:20PM       COR355      STAFF
MATH1332      400   072S   COLLEGE MATHEMATICS                R         6:30PM 9:20PM       COR257      STAFF
MATH1342      400   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                    MWF       9:00AM 9:50AM       COR254      Yoder
MATH1342      401   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                    MWF      11:00AM 11:50AM      COR364      Yoder
MATH1342      402   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                    MWF       1:00PM 1:50PM       COR264      STAFF
MATH1342      403   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                    TR        9:30AM 10:50AM      COR254      STAFF
MATH1342      404   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                    TR        3:30PM 4:50PM       COR212      STAFF
MATH1342      405   072S   ELEM STATISTICS                    TR        2:00PM 3:20PM       COR260      Bailey
Continued On Next Page


      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                             41
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE         COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE    DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE

MATH1342       406   072S    ELEM STATISTICS                  T         6:30PM    9:20PM   COR314     STAFF
MATH1342       407   072S    ELEM STATISTICS                  R         6:30PM    9:20PM   COR364     STAFF
MATH1342       408   072S    ELEM STATISTICS                  S         1:00PM    3:50PM   COR254     STAFF
MATH1350       400   072S    FUND OF MATH I                   S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR213     Bernard
MATH1351       400   072S    FUND OF MATH II                  TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR355     Bernard
MATH2412       400   072S    PRE-CALCULUS MATH                MWF       8:20AM    9:50AM   COR258     Hamner
MATH2413       400   072S    CALCULUS I                       MW        2:00PM    3:50PM   COR211     Yoder
MATH2413       401   072S    CALCULUS I                       TR       12:30PM    2:20PM   COR256     Bailey
MATH2413       402   072S    CALCULUS I                       TR        5:30PM    7:20PM   COR211     Yoder
MATH2414       400   072S    CALCULUS II                      MW       11:00AM   12:50PM   COR326     Hamner
MATH2414       401   072S    CALCULUS II                      MW        5:30PM    7:20PM   COR192     Hamner
MATH2415       400   072S    CALCULUS III                     TR        3:30PM    5:20PM   COR355     Bernard

BOWIE CAMPUS (College-Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
MATH0303       700 072S      PRE-ALGEBRA                      MW       11:00AM 12:20PM     BOW117     STAFF        See note above.
MATH0305       700 072S      BEG ALGEBRA                      MW       12:30PM 1:50PM      BOW117     STAFF        See note above.
MATH0310       700 072S      INTERM ALGEBRA                   MW        2:00PM 3:20PM      BOW117     STAFF        See note above.

BOWIE CAMPUS (College-Level)
MATH1314       700 072S      COLLEGE ALGEBRA                  T        6:00PM 8:55PM       BOW137A    STAFF
MATH1316       700 072S      TRIGONOMETRY                     MWF      7:50AM 8:40AM       BOW137A    STAFF
MATH1351       700 072S      FUND OF MATH II                  R        6:00PM 8:55PM       BOW137A    Huddleston



                            NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
MATH1342       480 072S      ELEM STATISTICS                  R        6:00PM 8:50PM       JUSNWHS    STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

MATH1314       300   072S    COLLEGE ALGEBRA                  TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET     Hamner
MATH1314       301   072S    COLLEGE ALGEBRA                  TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET     Wilson
MATH1314       302   072S    COLLEGE ALGEBRA                  TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET     Wilson
MATH1314       303   072S    COLLEGE ALGEBRA                  TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET     STAFF



MUSIC
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Dr. Mike Linder, Department Coordinator (Gainesville), at 940-668-3382, e-mail – mlinder@nctc.
edu; Marty Kobuck, Instrumental/Jazz Band, at 940-668-3385, e-mail – mkobuck@nctc.edu; Shane Studdard, Keyboard Studies, at 940-668-3322, e-mail –
sstuddard@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
MUAP1172       100   072S    APPLIED GUITAR            $75    TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        STAFF
MUAP1174       100   072S    APPLIED PIANO             $75    TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Studdard
MUAP1176       100   072S    APPLIED VOICE             $75    TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Linder
MUAP1177       100   072S    APPLIED BRASS             $75    TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Kobuck
MUAP1178       100   072S    APPLIED PERCUSSN          $75    TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Kobuck
MUAP1179       100   072S    APPLIED WOODWIND          $75    TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Kobuck
MUAP1272       100   072S    APPLIED GUITAR            $150   TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        STAFF
MUAP1274       100   072S    APPLIED PIANO             $150   TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Studdard
MUAP1276       100   072S    APPLIED VOICE             $150   TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Linder
MUAP1277       100   072S    APPLIED BRASS             $150   TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Kobuck
MUAP1278       100   072S    APPLIED PERCUSSN          $150   TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Kobuck
MUAP1279       100   072S    APPLIED WOODWIND          $150   TBA          TBA    TBA      TBA        Kobuck
MUEN1131       100   072S    WIND ENSEMBLE                    TR       12:30PM 1:50PM      CPA2009    Kobuck
MUEN1135       100   072S    GUITAR ENSEMBLE                  R         3:00PM 4:00PM      CPA2009    STAFF
Continued On Next Page



       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.       Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                            42
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE       COURSE DESCRIPTION       FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                     CO-REQUISITE

MUEN1141      100   072S   COLLEGE CHORUS                    T         7:00PM    9:00PM   CPA2003     Linder
MUEN1154      100   072S   COLLEGE SINGERS                   MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   CPA2003     Linder
MUEN1171      100   072S   JAZZ BAND                         M         7:00PM    9:00PM   CPA2009     Kobuck
MUEN1171      101   072S   JAZZ BAND                         T         7:00PM    9:00PM   CPA2009     Kobuck
MUSI1117      100   072S   SIGHT SING&EAR TR II              TR       11:00AM   11:50AM   CPA2013     Studdard      Requires MUSI1312 & MUAP1174.
MUSI1181      100   072S   BEGIN CLASS PIANO           $10   T         2:00PM    3:00PM   CPA2013     Studdard
MUSI1181      101   072S   BEGIN CLASS PIANO           $10   R         2:00PM    3:00PM   CPA2013     Studdard
MUSI1182      100   072S   ADV CLASS PIANO             $10   R         2:00PM    3:00PM   CPA2013     Studdard
MUSI1192      100   072S   BEG CLASS GUITAR            $10   M         1:00PM    2:00PM   TBA         STAFF
MUSI1193      100   072S   ADV CLASS GUITAR            $10   R         1:00PM    2:00PM   TBA         STAFF
MUSI1301      100   072S   MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS                TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   CPA2003     Linder
MUSI1306      100   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   CPA2015     Studdard
MUSI1312      100   072S   THEORY II                         TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   CPA2013     Kobuck        Requires MUSI1117 & MUAP 1174.
MUSI2117      100   072S   ADV SIGHT SNG/EAR II              TR       11:00AM   11:50AM   CPA2013     Studdard      Requires MUSI2312 & MUSI1174 or 1274.
MUSI2312      100   072S   THEORY IV                         TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   CPA2013     STAFF         Requires MUSI2117 & MUAP1174.

CORINTH CAMPUS
MUSI1301      400   072S   MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS                MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      400   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      401   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      402   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      403   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      404   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      405   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      406   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR328      STAFF
MUSI1306      407   072S   MUSIC APPRECIATION                R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR328      STAFF

BOWIE CAMPUS
MUSI1306      700 072S     MUSIC APPRECIATION                TR       9:30AM 10:50AM      BOW137A     STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

MUSI1306      300 072S     MUSIC APPRECIATION                TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET      STAFF



NURSING – ASSOCIATE DEGREE/RN (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Ann Blankenship, R.N., Program Coordinator, at 940-668-7731, ext. 4371, e-mail – ablankenship@
nctc.edu, or Estelle Gilpin, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4264, e-mail – egilpin@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
NOTE: RNSG1213– Int to Prof Nurs listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG1213      100   072S   INT TO PROF NURS            $24   M        9:00AM    11:50AM   NRT201      Blankenship
RNSG1219      100   072S   INTRG NURSING SKILLS        $24   M        1:00PM     4:50PM   HIT616      Forney        Requires RNSG 1213,1300,1361.
RNSG1219      101   072S   INTRG NURSING SKILLS        $24   W        8:00AM    11:50AM   HIT616      Forney        Requires RNSG 1213,1300,1361.
RNSG1219      102   072S   INTRG NURSING SKILLS        $24   W        1:00PM     4:50PM   HIT616      Forney        Requires RNSG 1213,1300,1361.
NOTE: RNSG1227 – Transition–VN listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package.
RNSG1227      990 072S     TRANSITION - VN                   M        7:00AM 8:50AM       NRT204      Perry         Requires RNSG1300. See note above.
NOTE: RNSG1262 – Transition Clinical listed below requires a $12 Malpractice Insurance Fee, a $42 Criminal Background Check Fee and a $39 Drug
      Screen Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG1262   100      072S   TRANSITION CLINICAL         $24 W          7:00AM     3:00PM   TBA         Bruce
RNSG1300   900      072S   HEALTH ASSESS LIFESP        $24 T          8:00AM     8:50AM   NRT204      Forney        Requires RNSG1300L101 or 102.
RNSG1300 L 101      072S   HLTH ASSESS LIFE LAB            T          9:00AM    11:50AM   HIT612      Forney        Requires RNSG1300 LEC 900.
RNSG1300 L 102      072S   HLTH ASSESS LIFE LAB            T          1:00PM     3:50PM   HIT612      Forney        Requires RNSG1300 LEC 900.
NOTE: RNSG1361 – Clinical Nursing I (Sections 100, 101, and 102) listed below require a $12 Malpractice Insurance Fee, a $42 Criminal Background
      Check Fee and a $39 Drug Screen Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG1361      100 072S     CLINICAL NURSING I          $24 W          7:00AM 3:00PM       TBA         Call          Requires RNSG1213 & 1300. See note.
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           43
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)   BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                  CO-REQUISITE

RNSG1361      101   072S   CLINICAL NURSING I         $24   R        7:00AM    3:00PM   TBA      Call          Requires RNSG1213 & 1300. See note above.
RNSG1361      102   072S   CLINICAL NURSING I         $24   F        7:00AM    3:00PM   TBA      Call          Requires RNSG1213 & 1300. See note above.
RNSG1562      100   072S   CLINICAL NURS II           $24   RF       3:00PM   11:00PM   TBA      Forney
RNSG1562      101   072S   CLINICAL NURS II           $24   RF       7:00AM    3:00PM   TBA      Bruce
RNSG1562      102   072S   CLINICAL NURS II           $24   RF       7:00AM    3:00PM   TBA      Smith
NOTE: RNSG2504 – Integ Care Common listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG2504      990 072S     INTEG CARE COMMON          $24 MT         9:00AM 11:50AM     NRT204   Longenecker Taught via Interactive Video. See note above.
NOTE: RNSG2514 – Complex Care listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG2514      990 072S     COMPLEX CARE               $24 MT         1:00PM 3:50PM      NRT204   Scarbrough    Taught via Interactive Video. See note above.
NOTE: RNSG2535 – Integ Client Care listed below requires a $32 fee for the Complete RN Test Package in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG2535      100   072S   INTG CLIENT CARE           $24   T        9:00AM    3:50PM   NRT201   Robeson     See note above.
RNSG2561      100   072S   CLINICAL NURS III          $24   WR       3:00PM   11:00PM   TBA      Perry
RNSG2561      101   072S   CLINICAL NURS III          $24   RF       7:00AM    3:00PM   TBA      Longenecker
RNSG2561      102   072S   CLINICAL NURS III          $24   WF       8:00AM    4:00PM   TBA      Ware
RNSG2561      103   072S   CLINICAL NURS III          $24   WR       3:00PM   11:00PM   TBA      Teuteberg
RNSG2561      104   072S   CLINICAL NURS III          $24   TBA         TBA       TBA   TBA      STAFF
RNSG2562      100   072S   CLINICAL NURS IV           $24   TBA         TBA       TBA   TBA      Scarbrough
RNSG2562      101   072S   CLINICAL NURS IV           $24   TBA         TBA       TBA   TBA      Scarbrough
RNSG2562      102   072S   CLINICAL NURS IV           $24   TBA         TBA       TBA   TBA      STAFF
RNSG2562      103   072S   CLINICAL NURS IV           $24   TBA         TBA       TBA   TBA      STAFF
RNSG2562      104   072S   CLINICAL NURS IV           $24   TBA         TBA       TBA   TBA      STAFF
NOTE: RNSG2514 – Complex Care listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG2514      900 072S     COMPLEX CARE               $24 MT         1:00PM 3:50PM      DENRMC   STAFF         Taught via Interactive Video. See note above.

BOWIE CAMPUS
NOTE: RNSG1227 – Transition VN listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package.
RNSG1227      992 072S     TRANSITION - VN                  M        7:00AM 8:50AM      BOW118   Perry         Requires RNSG1223. See note above.
NOTE: RNSG1262 – Transition Clinical listed below requires a $12 Malpractice Insurance Fee, a $42 Criminal Background Check Fee and a $39 Drug
      Screen Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG1262   700 072S        TRANSITION CLINICAL        $24 TBA           TBA    TBA      TBA      STAFF
RNSG1300   992 072S        HEALTH ASSESS LIFESP       $24 T          8:00AM 8:50AM      BOW118   Forney        Requires RNSG1300 LAB 701. See note.
RNSG1300 L 701 072S        HLTH ASSESS LIFE LAB           T             TBA    TBA      TBA      STAFF         Requires RNSG1300 LEC 992.
NOTE: RNSG2504 – Integ Care Common listed below requires a $30 fee for the Complete RN Test Package in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
RNSG2504      992 072S     INTEG CARE COMMON          $24 MT         9:00AM 11:50AM     BOW118   Longenecker Taught via Interactive Video. See note above.

CORINTH CAMPUS
RNSG2561      400 072S     CLINICAL NURS III          $24 TBA          TBA       TBA    TBA      STAFF




NURSING – VOCATIONAL/LVN (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Gie Archer, R.N., Program Coordinator, e-mail – marcher@nctc.edu; CORINTH – Jane
Lopes, R.N., e-mail – jlopes@nctc.edu. Or you may contact Casandra Cove, department assistant, e-mail – ccove@nctc.edu, at 940-668-4291.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
VNSG1227      100   072S   ESS MED ADMINISTRAT            M          2:00PM    4:00PM   HIT611   Edwards
VNSG1230      900   072S   MATERNAL-NEONATAL              R          8:00AM   12:00PM   NRT204   Archer        Taught via Interactive Video.
VNSG1234      900   073T   PEDIATRICS                     R          8:00AM   12:00PM   NRT204   Edwards
VNSG1323      100   072S   BASIC NURSING SKILLS       $24 M          8:00AM   11:00AM   HIT611   Edwards
VNSG1331      100   072S   PHARMACOLOGY                   R          1:00PM    4:00PM   HIT607   Edwards
NOTE: VNSG 1360 Clinical I (Sections 100–104) listed below requires an $18 Malpractice Insurance Fee, a $42 Criminal Background Check Fee, and a
      $39 Drug Screen Fee, and a $60 testing fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
VNSG1360      100   073T   CLINICAL I                 $24   TW         TBA       TBA    TBA      Hupp          See note above.
VNSG1360      101   073T   CLINICAL I                 $24   TW         TBA       TBA    TBA      Wallen        See note for Sect. 100.
VNSG1360      102   073T   CLINICAL I                 $24   TW         TBA       TBA    TBA      Wallen        See note for Sect. 100.
VNSG1360      103   073T   CLINICAL I                 $24   TW         TBA       TBA    TBA      LaCombe       See note for Sect. 100.
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                         44
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                  CO-REQUISITE

VNSG1360       104 073T     CLINICAL I                 $24 TW             TBA     TBA      TBA       STAFF        See note for Sect. 100.
VNSG1400       100 072S     NURSING HEALTH/ILLNE           R           8:00AM 1:00PM       HIT611    Hupp
VNSG1420       100 072S     ANATOMY/PHYSI AH               F           8:00AM 12:00PM      HIT607    James
NOTE: VNSG1463 – Clinical II (Sections 100-102) listed below require a $60 Testing Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
VNSG1463       100   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24 TW             TBA    TBA       TBA       Cheeseman    See note above.
VNSG1463       101   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24 TW             TBA    TBA       TBA       Geray        See note for Sect. 100.
VNSG1463       102   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24 TW             TBA    TBA       TBA       STAFF        See note for Sect. 100.
VNSG1509       100   072S   HEALTH/ILLNESS II              M           8:00AM 1:00PM       HIT607    Cheeseman

CORINTH CAMPUS
VNSG1230       901 072S     MATERNAL-NEONATAL                R         8:00AM 12:00PM      COR192    Archer       Taught via Interactive Video.
VNSG1234       901 073T     PEDIATRICS                       R         8:00AM 12:00PM      COR192    Edwards
VNSG1331       400 072S     PHARMACOLOGY                     R         1:00PM 4:00PM       COR216    Hutton
NOTE: VNSG1463 – Clinical II (Sections 400-403) listed below require a $60 Testing Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
VNSG1463       400   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24   TW           TBA     TBA      TBA       Lopes        See note above.
VNSG1463       401   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24   TW           TBA     TBA      TBA       Hutton       See note for Sect. 400.
VNSG1463       402   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24   TW           TBA     TBA      TBA       Allen        See note for Sect. 400.
VNSG1463       403   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24   TW           TBA     TBA      TBA       Rynor        See note for Sect. 400.
VNSG1420       400   072S   ANATOMY/PHYSI AH                 F         8:00AM 12:00PM      COR216    Lopes
VNSG1509       400   072S   HEALTH/ILLNESS II                M         8:00AM 1:00PM       COR216    Lopes

BOWIE CAMPUS
VNSG1331       700 072S     PHARMACOLOGY                     R         1:00PM 4:00PM       BOW122    Sparks
NOTE: VNSG1463 – Clinical II (Sections 700-702) listed below require a $60 Testing Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
VNSG1463       700   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24 TW             TBA     TBA      TBA       Sparks       See note above.
VNSG1463       701   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24 TW             TBA     TBA      TBA       Flake        See note for Sect. 701.
VNSG1463       702   072S   CLINICAL II - SPRING       $24 TW             TBA     TBA      TBA       Pinon        See note for Sect. 702.
VNSG1509       700   072S   HEALTH/ILLNESS II              M           8:00AM 1:00PM       BOW122    Pinon
VNSG1230       992   072S   MATERNAL-NEONATAL              R           8:00AM 12:00PM      BOW118    Archer       Taught via Interactive Video.
VNSG1234       992   073T   PEDIATRICS                     R           8:00AM 12:00PM      BOW118    Edwards      Taught via Interactive Video.



OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Dawn Dias (Gainesville) at 940-668-7731, ext. 4416, e-mail – ddias@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*POFT1319      100   072S   RECORDS & INFO MGMT        $24 T R         9:30AM    10:50AM   BCS522    Dias
*POFT1325      100   072S   BUS/MATH MACHINES              TR         11:00AM    12:20PM   BCS522    STAFF
*POFM1327      100   072S   MEDICAL INSURANCE              TR          1:00PM     2:20PM   BCS522    Parrent
*POFI1349      100   072S   SPREADSHEETS               $24 R           6:00PM     9:50PM   BCS522    Sandmann
*POFI2331      100   072S   DESKTOP PUBLISHING         $24 T R         2:30PM     4:20PM   BCS522    Dias
POFT2280       100   072S   COOP EDUCATION                 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA       Dias

CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*POFI1349      400   072S   SPREADSHEETS               $24 W           6:00PM     9:50PM   COR357    STAFF
*POFI2331      400   072S   DESKTOP PUBLISHING         $24 M W F      12:00PM    12:50PM   COR253    Dias
*POFM1327      400   072S   MEDICAL INSURANCE              MW F        1:00PM     1:50PM   COR253    STAFF
*POFT1319      400   072S   RECORDS & INFO MGMT        $24 M W F       9:00AM     9:50AM   COR253    Dias
*POFT1325      400   072S   BUS/MATH MACHINES              MW F       10:00AM    11:20AM   COR253    STAFF
POFT2280       400   072S   COOP EDUCATION                 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA       Dias
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           45
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE         SECT. TERM                                  LAB
NUMBER      LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION         FEE    DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS       ROOM                      CO-REQUISITE

POFT2312       400 072S     BUSINESS CORRESPOND                  M          6:00PM 9:50PM       COR253        STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm


  NOTICE: The courses in bold type and preceded by an asterisk (*) may be taken for either conventional semester-hour college credit and a letter grade
  OR for Continuing Education Unit (C.E.U.) credit – on a “satisfactory” or “non-satisfactory” basis. See page 54 for more information.

*POFT1309      300   072S   OFFICE PROD I                      TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        STAFF
*POFT1319      300   072S   RECORDS & INFO MGMT            $24 TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        STAFF
*POFT1325      300   072S   BUS/MATH MACHINES                  TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        STAFF
*POFT1329      300   072S   KEYBOARD & DOC FORMA           $24 TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        Dias
*POFI1349      300   072S   SPREADSHEETS                   $24 TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        STAFF
*POFI2301      300   072S   WORD PROCESSING                $24 TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        Huffman
*POFT2312      300   072S   BUSINESS CORRESPOND                TBA             TBA       TBA    GNSNET        STAFF


PHILOSOPHY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
PHIL1301       100 072S     INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  TR         9:30AM 10:50AM      MSS806        Potwarka
PHIL1301       101 072S     INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  TR        11:00AM 12:20PM      MSS806        Potwarka

CORINTH CAMPUS
PHIL1301       400   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  MWF        8:00AM     8:50AM   COR364        Potwarka
PHIL1301       401   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  MWF        9:00AM     9:50AM   COR353        Potwarka
PHIL1301       402   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  MWF        1:00PM     1:50PM   COR315        STAFF
PHIL1301       403   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  MWF        2:00PM     2:50PM   COR264        STAFF
PHIL1301       404   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  TR         8:00AM     9:20AM   COR326        STAFF
PHIL1301       405   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  TR        11:00AM    12:20PM   COR310        STAFF
PHIL1301       406   072S   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  M          6:30PM     9:20PM   COR254        STAFF
PHIL2306       400   072S   INTRO TO ETHICS                      MWF       10:00AM    10:50AM   COR353        Potwarka
PHIL2306       401   072S   INTRO TO ETHICS                      W          6:30PM     9:25PM   COR257        STAFF



PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Van Hedrick, Department Chair (Gainesville), at 940-668-4286, e-mail – vhedrick@nctc.edu, or
Margaret Brown, Department Assistant, at 940-668-7731,ext. 4373, e-mail – mbrown@nctc.edu.


  NOTE: Students may NOT enroll in both activity courses I and II in the same semester. All students enrolling in a physical education class which requires a uniform
  or other special clothing, shoes, etc. must be suited out in their uniforms (or otherwiseproperly dressed) and ready to participate on the first day of class.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
PHED1114       100   072S   VARSITY TENNIS I                     TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Zimmerman     For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1114       101   072S   VARSITY VOLLEYBALL I                 TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Bullard       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1114       102   072S   VARSITY BASEBALL I                   TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Harp          For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1114       103   072S   VARSITY SOFTBALL I                   TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Hedrick       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1115       100   072S   VARSITY TENNIS II                    TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Zimmerman     For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1115       101   072S   VAR VOLLEYBALL II                    TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Bullard       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1115       102   072S   VARSITY BASEBALL II                  TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Harp          For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1115       103   072S   VARSITY SOFTBALL II                  TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Hedrick       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1116       100   072S   VAR COND I TENNIS                    TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Zimmerman     For Varsity Athletes only.
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.            Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                                 46
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                                   LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE         COURSE DESCRIPTION         FEE    DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS       ROOM                      CO-REQUISITE

PHED1116      101   072S    VAR COND I V-BALL                    TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Bullard       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1116      102   072S    VAR COND I BASEBALL                  TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Harp          For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1116      103   072S    VAR COND I SOFTBALL                  TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Hedrick       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1117      100   072S    VAR COND II TENNIS                   TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Zimmerman     For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1117      101   072S    VAR COND II V-BALL                   TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Bullard       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1117      102   072S    VAR COND II BASEBALL                 TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Harp          For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1117      103   072S    VAR COND II SOFTBALL                 TBA           TBA        TBA   TBA           Hedrick       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1120      100   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT I                    T          6:30PM     9:25PM   AFC           Christian
PHED1120      101   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT I                    TR        11:00AM    12:20PM   AFC           Christian
PHED1121      100   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT II                   T          6:30PM     9:25PM   AFC           Christian
PHED1121      101   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT II                   TR        11:00AM    12:20PM   AFC           Christian
PHED1124      100   072S    WT TRNING-JOGGING I                  MWF       10:00AM    10:50AM   FLDHSE        Bullard       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1125      100   072S    WT TRNING-JOGGING II                 MWF       10:00AM    10:50AM   FLDHSE        Bullard       For Varsity Athletes only.
PHED1126      100   072S    MARTIAL ARTS I                       T          6:00PM     9:00PM   FLDHSE        Stogner
PHED1127      100   072S    MARTIAL ARTS II                      T          6:00PM     9:00PM   FLDHSE        Stogner
PHED1134      100   072S    BASKETBALL I                         M          6:00PM     8:55PM   FLDHSE        Allen
PHED1134      101   072S    BASKETBALL II                        M          6:00PM     8:55PM   FLDHSE        Allen
PHED1135      100   072S    BASKETBALL II                        M          6:00PM     8:55PM   FLDHSE        Allen
CORINTH CAMPUS

  NOTE: Students may NOT enroll in both activity courses I and II in the same semester. All students enrolling in a physical education class which requires a uniform
  or other special clothing, shoes, etc. must be suited out in their uniforms (or otherwiseproperly dressed) and ready to participate on the first day of class.

NOTE: PHED1108 and PHED1109 (Bowling) listed below will meet at the Triangle Bowl (formerly Lewisville Lanes), 1398 W. Main, Lewisville. The first
      meeting will be Saturday, January 12th, at the Triangle Bowl. Students are responsible for paying the $60.00 lane fee (including shoe rental)
      directly to Triangle Bowl within the first two weeks of the semester.
PHED1108      400 072S      BOWLING I                            S          9:30AM 12:50PM      LEWTB         Ramsey        See note above.
PHED1109      400 072S      BOWLING II                           S          9:30AM 12:50PM      LEWTB         Ramsey        See note for PHED1108.
NOTE: PHED1110 and PHED1111 (Golf) listed below are “TBA” (to be arranged) classes, but there will be a MANDATORY one-time orientation meeting
      for all students enrolling in these classes on Thursday, January 17, beginning at either 2:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. in Room 211 at the Corinth Campus.
      Choose a time that is most convenient for you. Students enrolling in this course must attend one of the orientation sessions. Roll will be taken,
      and students who do not attend one of the orientations will be dropped from the class. No excuses will be accepted.
PHED1110      400 072S      GOLF I                               TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Locke         See note above.
PHED1111      400 072S      GOLF II                              TBA           TBA       TBA    TBA           Locke         See note for PHED1111.
NOTE: Students enrolling in PHED1120 and PHED1121 (Aerobic Workout – Sections 400, 401) listed below will meet at Lake Cities Fitness Center (LCFC)
      at 1404 N. Corinth, Suite 301, in Corinth. Students may be responsible for paying an additional fee to LCFC within the first two weeks.
PHED1120      400   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT I                    T          6:30PM    9:25PM    TBA           Enfinger      See note above.
PHED1120      401   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT I                    R          6:30PM    9:25PM    TBA           Stewart       See note for PHED1120-400.
PHED1121      400   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT II                   T          6:30PM    9:25PM    TBA           Enfinger      See note for PHED1120-400.
PHED1121      401   072S    AEROBIC WORKOUT II                   R          6:30PM    9:25PM    TBA           Stewart       See note for PHED1120-400.
NOTE: PHED1124 and PHED1125 (Weight Training – Sections 400, 401) listed below will meet at Lake Cities Fitness (LCFC) at 1404 N. Corinth, Suite
      301, in Corinth. Students may be responsible for paying an additional fee to LCFC within the first two weeks of the semester.
PHED1124      400   072S    WT TRNING-JOGGING I                  MW         9:30AM    10:50AM   TBA           Miskell       See note above.
PHED1124      401   072S    WT TRNING-JOGGING I                  TR         9:30AM    10:50AM   TBA           Miskell       See note for PHED1124-400.
PHED1125      400   072S    WT TRNING-JOGGING II                 MW         9:30AM    10:50AM   TBA           Miskell       See note for PHED1124-400.
PHED1125      401   072S    WT TRNING-JOGGING II                 TR         9:30AM    10:50AM   TBA           Miskell       See note for PHED1124-400.
NOTE: PHED1126 and PHED1127 (Martial Arts I & II –Sections 40) listed below will meet at the Martial Arts Leadership Academy at 1404 N. Corinth,
      Suite 307 in Corinth. Students may be responsible for paying an additional fee to the Martial Arts Leadership Academy within the first two
      weeks of the semester.
PHED1126      400 072S      MARTIAL ARTS I                       R          7:00PM 9:55PM       TBA           Stogner       See note above.
PHED1127      400 072S      MARTIAL ARTS II                      R          7:00PM 9:55PM       TBA           Stogner       See note for PHED1126-400.

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

NOTE: PHED1118 and PHED1119 (Jogging-Walking-all sections) listed below are internet courses. All online students are required to take “Orientation
      for Online Students”. (See “E-Learning” on the NCTC website, www.nctc.edu.) Failure to complete the online orientation and quiz may result in
      you being dropped from the course.
PHED1118      300 072S      JOGGING-WALKING I                    TBA           TBA       TBA    GNSNET        Christian     See note above.
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.            Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                                 47
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE

PHED1118       301   072S   JOGGING-WALKING I               TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Christian       See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1118       302   072S   JOGGING-WALKING I               TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Christian       See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       300   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Christian       See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       301   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Christian       See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       302   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Christian       See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1338       300   072S   CONCEPTS OF PHYS FIT            TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Bullard
PHED1338       301   072S   CONCEPTS OF PHYS FIT            TBA         TBA       TBA    GNSNET   Zimmerman
PHED1118       304   072S   JOGGING-WALKING I               TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1118       305   072S   JOGGING-WALKING I               TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1118       306   072S   JOGGING-WALKING I               TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       304   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       305   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       306   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1338       302   072S   CONCEPTS OF PHYS FIT            TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Zimmerman
PHED1338       303   072S   CONCEPTS OF PHYS FIT            TBA         TBA       TBA    CORNET   Zimmerman
PHED1118       303   072S   JOGGING-WALKING I               TBA         TBA       TBA    BOWNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1119       303   072S   JOGGING-WALKING II              TBA         TBA       TBA    BOWNET   Allen           See note for PHED1118-300.
PHED1338       304   072S   CONCEPTS OF PHYS FIT            TBA         TBA       TBA    BOWNET   Zimmerman


PHYSICS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Keith Bailey (Corinth), Department Chair, at 940-498-6225, e-mail – kbailey@nctc.edu, or Clarisa
Sunnenberg, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6413, e-mail – csunnenberg@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
PHYS1402   100 072S         GENERAL PHYSICS II        $15 M W F       9:00AM    9:50AM   MSS806   Alsup           Requires PHYS1402 LAB 101.
PHYS1402 L 101 072S         GEN PHYSICS II LAB            M           1:00PM    3:50PM   MSS806   Alsup           Requires PHYS1402 LEC 100.
PHYS1415   100 072S         PHYSICAL SCIENCE          $10 M W F      11:00AM   11:50AM   MSS806   Alsup           Requires PHYS1415 LAB 101.
PHYS1415 L 101 072S         PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB          F          12:00PM    1:50PM   MSS806   Alsup           Requires PHYS1415 LEC 100.

CORINTH CAMPUS
PHYS1415       400   072S   PHYSICAL SCIENCE          $10 M W         7:30AM    8:50AM   COR326   Godbole         Requires PHYS1415 LAB 450.
PHYS1415       401   072S   PHYSICAL SCIENCE          $10 T R         2:00PM    3:20PM   COR326   Godbole         Requires PHYS1415 LAB 451.
PHYS1415       402   072S   PHYSICAL SCIENCE          $10 M           6:30PM    9:25PM   COR326   Godbole         Requires PHYS1415 LAB 452.
PHYS1415   L   450   072S   PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB          MW         10:00AM   10:50AM   COR363   Godbole         Requires PHYS1415 LEC 400.
PHYS1415   L   451   072S   PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB          T           3:30PM    5:20PM   COR363   Godbole         Requires PHYS1415 LEC 401.
PHYS1415   L   452   072S   PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB          W           6:30PM    8:20PM   COR363   Godbole         Requires PHYS1415 LEC 402.
PHYS2426       400   072S   ENGINEER PHYSICS II       $15 T R         9:30AM   10:50AM   COR326   Godbole         Requires PHYS2426 LAB 401.
PHYS2426   L   401   072S   ENGINEER PHYS II LAB          TR          8:00AM    9:20AM   COR363   Godbole         Requires PHYS2426 LEC 400.



PSYCHOLOGY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
PSYC2301       100   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH             MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   MSS810   Norcross
PSYC2301       102   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH             TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   MSS810   Norcross
PSYC2314       100   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   MSS810   Norcross
PSYC2314       101   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                W         6:00PM    8:50PM   MSS810   Norcross
PSYC2315       100   072S   PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT             MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   MSS810   Norcross

CORINTH CAMPUS
PSYC2301       400   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH             MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR365   STAFF
PSYC2301       401   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH             MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR264   STAFF
PSYC2301       402   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH             MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR365   STAFF
PSYC2301       403   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH             TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR364   Klutschkowski
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                          48
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                                LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION       FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                      CO-REQUISITE

PSYC2301       404   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   COR254     STAFF
PSYC2301       405   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               TR        2:00PM     3:20PM   COR365
PSYC2301       406   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               W         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR264     STAFF
PSYC2301       407   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               S         9:00AM    11:50AM   COR365     STAFF
PSYC2306       400   072S   HUMAN SEXUALITY                   MWF       9:00AM     9:50AM   COR214     Klutschkowski
PSYC2314       400   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  MWF      12:00PM    12:50PM   COR212     STAFF
PSYC2314       401   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  MWF       2:00PM     2:50PM   COR365     STAFF
PSYC2314       402   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  TR        8:00AM     9:20AM   COR254     Klutschkowski
PSYC2314       403   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  TR       12:30PM     1:50PM   COR190     STAFF
PSYC2314       404   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  T         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR256     STAFF
PSYC2315       400   072S   PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT               MWF      10:00AM    10:50AM   COR262     Klutschkowski

BOWIE CAMPUS
PSYC2301       700 072S     INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               R         6:00PM 8:55PM       BOW117     STAFF
PSYC2314       700 072S     DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  W         1:00PM 3:55PM       BOW119     STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

PSYC2301       300   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               TBA          TBA       TBA    CORNET     Diggs
PSYC2301       301   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               TBA          TBA       TBA    CORNET     Diggs
PSYC2301       302   072S   INTRO GENERAL PSYCH               TBA          TBA       TBA    CORNET     Diggs
PSYC2314       300   072S   DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY                  TBA          TBA       TBA    GNSNET     Norcross



RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Melanie Billmeier (Gainesville), Program Coordinator, at 940-668-3392, e-mail – mbillmeier@
nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
RADR1213   100 072S         PRIN OF RAD IMAGING             T           9:00AM    10:50AM   NRT208     Walker
RADR1361   100 072S         CLINICAL II                 $24 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Walker
RADR2313   100 072S         RADIAT BIOL/PROTEC              T          12:00PM     2:50PM   NRT208     Billmeier
RADR2333   100 072S         ADV MEDICAL IMAGING             TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Walker
RADR2335   100 072S         RADIOG TECH SEMINAR             TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Billmeier
RADR2401   100 072S         INTERMED RADIOGRAPH         $24 W           9:00AM    10:50AM   NRT208     Billmeier       Requires RADR2401 LAB 101 or 102.
RADR2401 L 101 072S         INTERMED RADIOGR LAB            W          12:00PM     3:50PM   TBA        Billmeier       Requires RADR2401 LEC 100.
RADR2401 L 102 072S         INTERMED RADIOGR LAB            R          12:00PM     3:50PM   TBA        Billmeier       Requires RADR2401 LEC 100.
RADR2462   100 072S         CLINICAL V                  $24 TBA            TBA        TBA   TBA        Walker



READING (College-Preparatory+)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – For information about all COLLEGE PREP courses, contact Sara Alford, Dept. Chair, at 940-498-6209,
email – salford@nctc.edu, or Dawn Porter, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6208, e-mail – dporter@nctc.edu.



                            NOTE: READ0300 and READ0305 listed below are Fast-Track courses. See page 20 for more information.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
READ0300       101   072S   READING TECHN I                   T         6:00PM     8:55PM   BCS522     STAFF           See note above.
READ0300       160   072S   READING TECHN I                   MWF       9:00AM    10:50AM   BCS520     Ellis           Req. READ0305.160.073T. See note above.
READ0305       101   072S   READING TECHN II                  TR       11:00AM    12:20PM   BCS503     Ellis           See note above.
READ0305       102   072S   READING TECHN II                  T         6:00PM     8:55PM   BCS522     STAFF           See note above.
READ0305       160   073T   READING TECHN II                  MWF       9:00AM    10:50AM   BCS520     Ellis           Fast-Track/Req. READ0300.160.072S. See note.
Continued On Next Page



       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.       Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                            49
                       Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM                    CO-REQUISITE


CORINTH CAMPUS (College Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
READ0300      400    072S   READING TECHN I                  MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR310      Forbis       See note above.
READ0300      401    072S   READING TECHN I                  TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR312      Forbis       See note above.
READ0300      402    072S   READING TECHN I                  M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR258      STAFF        See note above.
READ0300      403    072S   READING TECHN I                  W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR254      STAFF        See note above.
READ0305      400    072S   READING TECHN II                 MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR210      Forbis       See note above.
READ0305      401    072S   READING TECHN II                 MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR211      Forbis       See note above.
READ0305      402    072S   READING TECHN II                 TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR211      Forbis       See note above.
READ0305      403    072S   READING TECHN II                 TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR312      Forbis       See note above.
READ0305      404    072S   READING TECHN II                 T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR258      STAFF        See note above.
READ0305      405    072S   READING TECHN II                 R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR326      STAFF        See note above.

BOWIE CAMPUS (College Preparatory+)
+
 NOTE:Enrollment and attendance in your College Prep class is MANDATORY. You may NOT drop a College Prep course unless you present a passing
      score in the area(s) for which you are liable.
READ0300       700 072S     READING TECHN I                  MWF      9:00AM 9:50AM       BOW117      STAFF        See note above.
READ0305       700 072S     READING TECHN II                 MWF      9:00AM 9:50AM       BOW117      STAFF        See note above.



SOCIOLOGY
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CORINTH – Kevin Davis, Social Sciences Department Chair, at 940-498-6243, e-mail – kdavis@nctc.edu, or Amanda
Grimes, Department Assistant, at 940-498-6295, e-mail – agrimes@nctc.edu; GAINESVILLE/BOWIE – Crystal Wright , Assistant Department Chair, at
940-668-7731, ext. 4320, e-mail cwright@nctc.edu, or Karen Lampson, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4208, e-mail – klampson@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
SOCI1301       100   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   MSS809      Davy
SOCI1301       101   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   MSS809      Davy
SOCI1301       102   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   MSS809      Davy
SOCI1301       103   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               R         6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS811      Davy
SOCI2340       100   072S   DRUG USE AND ABUSE               T         6:00PM    8:55PM   MSS811      Davy
SOCI2371       100   072S   CULTURAL DIVERSITY               TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   MSS809      Davy

CORINTH CAMPUS
SOCI1301       400   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR262      STAFF
SOCI1301       401   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR365      Stoutmeyer
SOCI1301       402   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR262      Stoutmeyer
SOCI1301       403   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               TR        8:00AM    9:20AM   COR365      STAFF
SOCI1301       404   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR355      STAFF
SOCI1301       405   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               TR        3:30PM    4:50PM   COR365      STAFF
SOCI1301       406   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR254      STAFF
SOCI1301       407   072S   INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               S         1:00PM    3:50PM   COR365      STAFF
SOCI2301       400   072S   MARRIAGE&FAMILY REL              MWF      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR314      Stoutmeyer
SOCI2301       401   072S   MARRIAGE&FAMILY REL              R         6:30PM    9:20PM   COR254      STAFF
SOCI2371       400   072S   URBANIZATION                     TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR313      Stoutmeyer
SOCI2371       401   072S   CULTURAL DIVERSITY               TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR365      Stoutmeyer
SOCI2371       402   072S   CULTURAL DIVERSITY               S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR355      STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

SOCI1301       300 072S     INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY               TBA         TBA       TBA    BOWNET      Corley




       ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

    Shaded background indicates EVENING class.      Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           50
                         Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                              LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE   DAY(S)    BEGINS    ENDS      ROOM               CO-REQUISITE



SPANISH
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Dr. Ann Jagoe, Department Chair (Gainesville), at 940-668-7731, ext. 4379, e-mail – ajagoe@
nctc.edu, or Dona Taylor, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4355, e-mail – dtaylor@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
SPAN1411   100 072S         ELEM SPANISH I            $24 M W F      12:00PM 12:50PM     BCS511   Vargas     Requires SPAN1411 LAB 101.
SPAN1411 L 101 072S         ELEM SPANISH I LAB            TBA            TBA     TBA     TBA      Vargas     Requires SPAN1411 LEC 100.
SPAN1412   100 072S         ELEM SPANISH II           $10 W           6:00PM 10:50PM     BCS511   Vargas     Course includes lab.

CORINTH CAMPUS
SPAN1411       400   072S   ELEM SPANISH I            $24 M W F       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR214   STAFF      Requires SPAN1411 LAB 403.
SPAN1411       401   072S   ELEM SPANISH I            $24 T R         9:30AM   10:50AM   COR214   STAFF      Requires SPAN1411 LAB 404.
SPAN1411       402   072S   ELEM SPANISH I            $24 W           6:30PM   11:20PM   COR214   STAFF      Course includes lab.
SPAN1411   L   403   072S   ELEM SPANISH I LAB            MWF         9:00AM    9:35AM   COR357   STAFF      Requires SPAN1411 LEC 400.
SPAN1411   L   404   072S   ELEM SPANISH I LAB            TR         11:00AM   11:50AM   COR357   STAFF      Requires SPAN1411 LEC 401.
SPAN1412       400   072S   ELEM SPANISH II           $24 M W F      12:00PM   12:50PM   COR357   STAFF      Requires SPAN1412 LAB 404.
SPAN1412       401   072S   ELEM SPANISH II           $24 T R        12:30PM    1:50PM   COR357   Vargas     Requires SPAN1412 LAB 405.
SPAN1412       402   072S   ELEM SPANISH II           $24 S           9:00AM   11:35AM   COR214   STAFF      Requires SPAN1412 LAB 406.
SPAN1412       403   072S   ELEM SPANISH II           $24 T R         6:30PM    7:50PM   COR214   STAFF      Requires SPAN1412 LAB 407.
SPAN1412   L   404   072S   ELEM SPANISH II LAB           MWF         1:00PM    1:35PM   COR357   STAFF      Requires SPAN1412 LEC 400.
SPAN1412   L   405   072S   ELEM SPANISH II LAB           TR          2:00PM    2:50PM   COR357   Vargas     Requires SPAN1412 LEC 401.
SPAN1412   L   406   072S   ELEM SPANISH II LAB           S          11:40AM    1:20PM   COR357   STAFF      Requires SPAN1412 LEC 402.
SPAN1412   L   407   072S   ELEM SPANISH II LAB           TR          8:00PM    8:50PM   COR357   STAFF      Requires SPAN1412 LEC 403.
SPAN2312       400   072S   INTER SPANISH II              T           6:30PM    9:25PM   COR356   STAFF


SPEECH
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: ALL CAMPUSES – Dr. Ann Jagoe, Department Chair (Gainesville), at 940-668-7731, ext. 4379, e-mail – ajagoe@
nctc.edu, or Dona Taylor, Department Assistant, at 940-668-4355, e-mail – dtaylor@nctc.edu.

GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
SPCH1315       100   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COX315   Swarner
SPCH1315       101   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COX315   Swarner
SPCH1315       102   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COX315   STAFF
SPCH1315       103   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COX315   STAFF
SPCH1315       104   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 R         6:00PM    8:55PM   COX315   STAFF
SPCH1321       100   072S   BUSI/PROFESS SPEAK              TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COX315   Swarner

CORINTH CAMPUS
SPCH1315       400   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF       8:00AM    8:50AM   COR310   Maguire
SPCH1315       401   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF       9:00AM    9:50AM   COR210   McFarlin
SPCH1315       402   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF      10:00AM   10:50AM   COR210   McFarlin
SPCH1315       403   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF      11:00AM   11:50AM   COR210   McFarlin
SPCH1315       405   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF       1:00PM    1:50PM   COR210   McFarlin
SPCH1315       406   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF       2:00PM    2:50PM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1315       407   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MWF       3:00PM    3:50PM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1315       408   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 MW        4:00PM    5:20PM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1315       409   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 TR        9:30AM   10:50AM   COR210   McFarlin
SPCH1315       410   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 TR       11:00AM   12:20PM   COR210   McFarlin
SPCH1315       411   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR258   STAFF
SPCH1315       412   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 TR        2:00PM    3:20PM   COR353   STAFF
SPCH1315       413   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 M         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1315       414   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 T         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1315       415   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 W         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR210   STAFF
SPCH1315       416   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 R         6:30PM    9:25PM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1315       417   072S   PUBLIC SPEAKING                 S         9:00AM   11:50AM   COR310   STAFF
SPCH1318       400   072S   INTERP COMM                     TR       12:30PM    1:50PM   COR310   Maguire
Continued On Next Page



      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                          51
                       Schedule Of Classes – Spring Semester ’08
COURSE        SECT. TERM                               LAB
NUMBER     LAB NO. CODE        COURSE DESCRIPTION      FEE   DAY(S)     BEGINS     ENDS     ROOM                   CO-REQUISITE

SPCH1318      401   072S   INTERP COMM                       TR        2:00PM     3:20PM   COR310     Maguire
SPCH1318      402   072S   INTERP COMM                       W         6:30PM     9:25PM   COR310     STAFF
SPCH1321      400   072S   BUSI/PROFESS SPEAK                MWF      10:00AM    10:50AM   COR310     Maguire
SPCH1321      401   072S   BUSI/PROFESS SPEAK                TR        9:30AM    10:50AM   COR310     Maguire
SPCH1321      402   072S   BUSI/PROFESS SPEAK                MWF      12:00PM    12:50PM   COR310     Maguire

BOWIE CAMPUS
SPCH1315      700 072S     PUBLIC SPEAKING                   T        6:00PM 8:55PM        BOW117     STAFF

ONLINE COURSES
NOTE: For complete information, contact the appropriate instructional department or go online: http://www.nctc.edu/internet_courses.htm

SPCH1315      300 072S     PUBLIC SPEAKING                   TBA         TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Swarner
SPCH1315      301 072S     PUBLIC SPEAKING                   TBA         TBA        TBA    GNSNET     Swarner


SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Judie Rodgers, Program Coordinator, at 940-498-6260, email: jrodgers@nctc.edu, or Misty Clark, Dept. Assistant, at
940-498-6237, email: mclark@nctc.edu.

CORINTH CAMPUS
SRGT1441   400 072S        SURGICAL PRO I              $24   MT       9:00AM     11:50AM   COR192     Rodgers      Requires SRGT1441 LAB 401.
SRGT1441 L 401 072S        SURGICAL PRO I LAB          $24   MT       1:00PM      2:50PM   COR192     Rodgers      Requires SRGT1441 LEC 400.
SRGT1442   400 073T        SURGICAL PRO II             $24   MT       9:00AM     11:50AM   COR218     Hill         Requires SRGT1442 LAB 401.
SRGT1442 L 401 073T        SURGICAL PRO II LAB         $24   MT       1:00PM      2:50PM   COR218     Hill         Requires SRGT1442 LEC 400.
SRGT1661   400 072S        CLINICAL INTERM SURG        $24   WR          TBA         TBA   TBA        Hill




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.        Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           52
                                             May-’Mester 2008
                  REGISTER ANY TIME DURING SPRING ’08 SEMESTER (JAN. 7 – MAY 12) OR:
       In Person—Friday, May 9, 2007 • 8:00am to Noon • Late Registration: May 12, 8:00am to Noon
   Classes meet at Corinth Campus (except Agriculture) on May 12–16, 19–23 & 27. Payment is due at time of registration.

COURSE           SECT. TERM                            LAB
NUMBER     LAB    NO. CODE      COURSE DESCRIPTION     FEE    DAY(S)    BEGINS   ENDS    ROOM     INSTRUCTOR                CO-REQUISITE


AGRICULTURE – GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
AGAH2270         200 074T     ARTIFICIAL INSEM               MTWR      08:00AM 05:00PM   SCI412     Davidson

ARTS
ARTS1301         200 074T     ART APPRECIATION               MTWRF 01:00PM 05:30PM       COR313     STAFF

ECONOMICS
ECON2301         200 074T     PRINC/MACROECONOMICS           MTWRF 08:00AM 12:20PM       COR262     Lynch
ECON2302         200 074T     PRINC/MICROECONOMICS           MTWRF 01:00PM 05:20PM       COR262     Wreh


EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (Technical Program*)
NOTE: EMSP2563 EMT-P Internship listed below requires a $150 National Registry Fee and a $15 Graduation Fee in addition to the $24 Lab Fee.
EMSP2563         210 074T     EMT-P INTERNSHIP         $24 TBA            TBA     TBA    TBA        Stiles       See note above.


GOVERNMENT
GOVT2305         200 074T     AMER NATIONAL GOVT             MTWRF 01:00PM 05:20PM       COR314     Davis
GOVT2306         200 074T     AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT            MTWRF 08:00AM 12:20PM       COR314     Ialenti


HISTORY
HIST1301         200 074T     US HIST TO 1865                MTWRF 08:00AM 12:20PM       COR368     Page
HIST1302         200 074T     US HIST FROM 1865              MTWRF 01:00PM 05:20PM       COR368     Page


HUMANITIES
HUMA1371         200 074T     LITERATURE IN FILM             MTWRF 08:00AM 12:30PM       COR365     Eubanks


MUSIC
MUSI1306         200 074T     MUSIC APPRECIATION             MTWRF 08:00AM 12:30PM       COR328     STAFF


PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC2301         200 074T     INTRO GENERAL PSYCH            MTWRF 01:00PM 05:20PM       COR190     Gardner-Pettew
PSYC2314         200 074T     DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY               MTWRF 08:00AM 12:20PM       COR190     Klutschkowski


SOCIOLOGY
SOCI1301         290 074T     INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY             MTWRF 08:00AM 12:20PM       COR364     Davy
SOCI2371         200 074T     CULTURAL DIVERSITY             MTWRF 01:00PM 05:20PM       COR364     Davy


SPEECH
SPCH1315         200 074T     PUBLIC SPEAKING                MTWRF 08:00AM 12:30PM       COR310     McFarlin
SPCH1315         201 074T     PUBLIC SPEAKING                MTWRF 01:00PM 05:30PM       COR310     McFarlin
SPCH1315         202 074T     PUBLIC SPEAKING                MTWRF 01:00PM 05:30PM       COR210     STAFF




      ★Technical courses may not transfer to 4-year colleges & universities. See your advisor.

  Shaded background indicates EVENING class.         Day Codes: M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday N=Sunday

                                                                           53
  diViSion of lifelong leArning
        C.E.U. Credit Option May Be For You!
DID YOU KNOW?                                                          enrollment option also offers an introductory experience
You have the option of enrolling in selected technical                 in a given field for those who may wish to explore several
courses on either a regular semester-credit-hour basis or              career options. Instead of a letter grade, you receive either
on a Continuing Education Unit (CEU) basis? Yes! You can               a “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory” rating for courses taken for
upgrade your skills, acquire new skills or take a refresher—all        CEU credit. CEUs are awarded upon satisfactory completion
without having to worry about earning a letter grade or taking         and posted to your official transcript; however, CEUs are not
the THEA test.*                                                        considered in calculating your grade point average (GPA), nor
Course Content & Instructor                                            are they transferable to other colleges. Students completing
The course content, schedule, learning outcomes and                    a course for CEUs may apply LATER to have the course
completion requirements are exactly the same for Lifelong              counted for regular semester-hour college credit. (Passing
Learning students as they are for conventional semester-hour           a course content exam may be required.) If converted to
credit students. You attend classes and study alongside for-           regular college credit, the course may then be counted toward
credit NCTC students, so your instructor is the same, and              requirements for a certificate or a degree.
there is no difference in the way you are taught.                      What’s the Cost to Enroll for CEU credit?
How Do I Enroll for CEU Credit?                                           CEU Credit Option Tuition .........$58.00 Per Hour*
You register to take a course for CEU credit exactly the same               *Times the credit-hour value of the course, PLUS
way (and at the same time) you would register for a class                           any lab fee listed for the course.
for regular college credit—with one exception – the student                     Example: The CEU option cost for a single
declares on the registration form whether they wish to take a              3-semester-credit-hour course which includes a $24
certain course for CEU credit or regular semester-hour credit;.              lab fee would total $198 (3 X $58 + $24 = $198).
In addition, students will need to meet the same general
prerequisites as credit enrollees.                                     Note that the tuition for CEU credit is the same for both in-
                                                                       district and out-of-district students; however, regular in-
*Do I Have to Take The THEA Exam?                                      district and out-of-district tuition rates WILL apply to any
Students choosing to enroll for CEU credit ONLY may do so              regular semester-credit-hour courses which may be taken in
without taking the THEA placement exam. However, it must be            combination with CEU credit courses.
clearly understood that students who take a combination of
CEU and regular semester-credit-hour courses are subject to                               For More Information:
THEA requirements.                                                                    Division of Lifelong Learning
                                                                                       North Central Texas College
Benefits of the CEU Credit Option                                                      1525 West California Street
This option offers a convenient way to upgrade skills or to                           Gainesville, Texas 76240-4699
acquire new skills needed in the workplace. The concurrent                          940-668-4272 • Fax 940-668-6049




   Lifelong Learning Offers Non-Credit Options
          From Workforce Training to Personal Enrichment
          The Division of Lifelong Learning at North Central           the 300+ non-credit courses available during Spring
     Texas College offers non-credit courses designed                  2008. Check our website at www.nctc.edu (lifelong
     for those who seek knowledge in a particular subject              learning link) for frequent updates.
     area or simply wish to pursue a new interest.                         You are welcome to register immediately, with
          Lifelong Learning courses begin throughout                   enrollment continuing until seven (7) days prior to the
     the semester—with on-site and distance education                  start of each topic.
     options; affordable course pricing and highly-qualified               Contact us at 940-668-4272 (Gainesville) or
     instructors. We have showcased just a sampling of                 940-498-6270 (Corinth.)


                     LOOK FOR MANY MORE COURSES & OPTIONS ONLINE
                 Check the Division of Lifelong Learning website, www.nctc.edu
          (Lifelong Learning link) for all your course options! Here are some samples:



                                                                  54
  Sample Non-Credit Offerings for Spring ’08
      Workforce training to personal enrichment — see bottom of previous page for more information.
                                                     Date: 1/26/08 to 4/12/08                               Date: 1/28/08 to 5/21/08
Computer Applications                                Days: Saturday Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.                  Day: Monday/Wednesday
Academy: Fast-Track                                  Labs & Clinical dates TBA Fee: $750                    Time: 5 to 9 p.m. Fee: $850
      **All courses instructed at Corinth
      Campus, Pinnell Square location.               Dental Assisting                                       Pharmacy Technician
                                                     Covers all administrative and clinical aspects         Preparation for the Pharmacy Technician
Beginning Word                                                                                              Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Text included.
Course ID: POFI1024.050.072Q                         to function as a dental practice assistant. Text
                                                     included. (100 hours)                                  (50 hours)
Date: 2/8/08 Day: Friday
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee: $65                      Corinth                                                Corinth
                                                     Course ID: DNTA1053.041.072Q                           Course ID: PHRA1091.041.072Q
Intermediate/Adv. Word                               Dates: 2/18/08 to 5/12/08                              Dates: 2/19/08 to 4/15/08
Course ID: POFI1042.050.072Q                                                                                Day(s): Tuesday/Thursday
                                                     Day(s): Monday/Wednesday/Saturday
Date: 2/15/08 Day: Friday                                                                                   Times: 6 to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $999
                                                     Times: 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; 8:30 a.m. to
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Fee: $65
                                                       1 p.m. (Sat) Fee: $1,799                             Gainesville
Beginning Excel                                      Gainesville                                            Course ID: PHRA1091.002.072Q
Course ID: ITSW1022 .050.072Q                        Course ID: DNTA1053.002.072Q                           Dates: 2/19/08 to 4/15/08
Date: 2/29/08 Day: Friday                            Dates: 2/19/08 to 5/22/08                              Day(s): Tuesday/Thursday
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee: $75                      Day(s): Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday                      Times: 6 to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $999
                                                     Times: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., 8:30 a.m. to
Intermediate Excel
                                                       1 p.m. (Sat) Fee: $1,799                             Phlebotomy Technician
Course ID: ITSW1046.050.073Q
Date: 3/7/08    Day: Friday                                                                                 Prepares professionals during classroom and lab
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee: $75                      EKG Technician Certification                           practice to collect blood specimens from clients for
                                                     Comprehensive lecture and lab-based program            the purpose of laboratory analysis. Text included.
Advanced Excel                                       prepares students to take the American Society of      (90 hours, plus required 120 hour clinical rotation)
Course ID: ITSW2049.050.073Q                         Phlebotomy Technician (ASPT) - Electrocardiograph      Corinth
Date: 3/14/08 Day: Friday                            (EKG) Technician exam. Text included. (50 hours)       Course ID: PLAB1023.041.072Q
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee: $75
                                                     Corinth                                                Dates: 2/18/08 to 5/7/08
Beginning Access                                     Course ID: ECRD1011.041.072Q                           Day(s): Monday/Wednesday/Saturday
Course ID: ITSW 1053 .050.072Q                       Dates: 2/18/08 to 4/21/08                              Times: 6 to 9:30 p.m., 8:30 a.m. to
Date: 2/23/08 & 3/1/08                               Day(s): Monday/Wednesday                                 1 p.m. (Sat) Fee: $1,599
Day: (2) Saturdays                                   Times: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fee: $999                     Gainesville
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fee: $85                                                                             Course ID: PLAB1023.002.072Q
                                                     Gainesville
Intermediate Access                                  Course ID: ECRD1011.002.072Q                           Dates: 2/18/08 to 5/7/08
Course ID: ITSW1055.050.073Q                         Dates: 2/18/08 to 4/14/08                              Day(s): Monday/Wednesday/Saturday
Date: 3/8/08 & 3/15/08                               Day(s): Monday/Wednesday                               Times: 6 to 9:30 p.m., 8:30 a.m. to
Day: (2) Saturdays                                   Times: 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $999                     1 p.m. (Sat) Fee: $1,599
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fee: $85
                                                     Medical Billing and Coding                             Physical Therapy Aide
MS Project – Level I                                                                                        Gain the competencies to conduct non-
Course ID: ITSC 1018.050.073Q                        Provides skills to solve insurance billing problems,
                                                     how to manually file claims (using the CPT and         technical duties of physical therapy, such as
Date: 4/5/08 & 4/12/08
                                                     ICD-9 manual), complete common insurance               preparing treatment areas, ordering devices
Day: (2) Saturdays
                                                     forms, trace delinquent claims, appeal denied          and supplies, and transporting patients
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fee: $95
                                                     claims and use generic forms to streamline billing     working under the direction of the physical
                                                     procedures. Course plus practical work experience      therapist. Text included. (50 hours)
                                                     prompts readiness for several certification exams.     Corinth
Health Occupations Academy                           Text included. (70 hours)                              Course ID: PTHA1091.041.072Q
Certified Nurse Aide                                 Corinth                                                Dates: 2/19/08 to 4/15/08
for Health Care                                      Course ID: HITT1013.041.072Q                           Day(s): Tuesday/Thursday
Designed to prepare students for the long term       Dates: 2/19/08 to 5/6/08                               Times: 6 to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $999
care nursing assistant certification examination.    Day(s): Tuesday/Thursday
Fee covers exam fee, insurance, scrubs and           Times: 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $1,599
textbook. Tuition assistance may be available via
NCTC. (80 hours lecture/lab/clinical)                                                                       Workforce Skills Academy
                                                     Medication Administration
Gainesville                                          Course encompasses lecture/lab component
                                                                                                            Accounting Technician
Course ID: NURA1001.011.072Q                         to prepare for the Texas Department of Health
                                                                                                            This 192-hour program encompasses principles of
Date: 2/25/08 to 4/19/08                             Medication Aide exam. Age and work history
                                                                                                            accounting; specialized aspects of accounting such
Days: Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs                             guidelines must be met for admission. Fee includes
                                                                                                            as payroll/business tax and governmental/non-
Time: 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.                            exam. fee, text and drug cards. Tuition assistance
                                                                                                            profit; and exploration of computerized accounting
Labs & Clinical dates TBA Fee: $750                  may be available via NCTC. (140 hours)
                                                                                                            software. Designed to provide skills for a role
Corinth                                              Gainesville                                            assisting in an accounting office or practice.
Course ID: NURA1001.045.072Q                         Course ID: NURA1013.011.072Q
                                Next Column Please                                     Next Column Please                                       Next Page Please


                                                                             55
Corinth                                                  Purchasing Management                                      Oxy (Maintenance) Welding
ID: ACNT1025 / ACNT1013 / ACNT1029 /                     Technician                                                 An introduction to oxy-fuel and arc welding and
ACNT2030                                                 Gain proficiencies in the purchasing process as it         cutting practice and procedures. Required Text &
Date: 1/28/08 to 7/16/08 Day: Mon/Wed                    relates to materials management concepts, planning,        Supplies. (24 hrs)
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $1,200                 pricing and negotiations, product commodity                Gainesville
Gainesville                                              purchase analysis, measurement, appraisal, and             Course ID: WLDG1015.002.072Q
ID: ACNT1025 / ACNT1013 / ACNT1029 /                     legal and ethical considerations. Advanced topics          Dates: 1/10/08 to 2/14/08 Day: Thursdays
ACNT2030                                                 cover contract administration, quality assurance,          Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $159
Date: 1/28/08 to 7/16/08 Day: Mon/Wed                    adjustments, disputes, claims and evaluations of
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Fee: $1,200                 purchasing contracts. (144 hours)                          Intro to Shielded Metal
                                                         Corinth                                                    Arc Welding
Essentials of Front                                      Course ID: BMGT1036/1051/2033.040.072Q                     Covers the theory and introduction to shielded
Desk Operations                                          Date(s) 2/5/08 to 7/24/08 Day(s): Tues/Thurs               metal arc welding (SMAW) processes. Required
Manage the role of first-point contact with confidence   Time: 6 to 9 p.m. Fee: $899                                Text & Supplies . (32 hrs)
and authority with enhanced skills in communication,
                                                         Gainesville                                                Gainesville
customer service principles, troubleshooting, and
                                                         Course ID: BMGT1036/1051/2033.001.072Q                     Course ID: WLDG1003.003.072Q
solution-oriented techniques. (7 hours)
                                                         Date(s) 2/5/08 to 7/24/08 Day(s): Tues/Thurs               Dates: 1/23/08 to 3/12/08 Day: Wed
Corinth                                                  Time: 6 to 9 p.m. Fee: $899                                Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $199
Course ID: ITSC1044.041.072Q
                                                                                                                    Course ID: WLDG 1003 004073Q
Date(s) 2/29/08 Day(s): Friday
                                                                                                                    Dates: 3/26/08 to 5/14/08 Day: Wed
Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee: $109
                                                         Retail Sales Certificate                                   Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $199
Professional Truck Driver                                Earn an advantage in the competitive retailing
Preparation for mastery of the Commercial Drivers        industry with this 72-hour training program.               Intermediate Arc Welding
                                                                                                                    Covers manipulative skills in welding techniques,
License written examination, general truck driving
                                                         Principles of Retail Marketing                             applications, and theory. Pre-requisites. Required
skills with hands-on component, and instruction
                                                         Examine consumer demographics, trends,                     Text & Supplies. (32 hrs)
coordinated with the Department of Transportation.
Employability guidelines. Financial assistance           and traditional/nontraditional retailing markets           Gainesville
may be available from qualified students from            and learn factors that influence pricing and               Course ID: WLDG1043.003.072Q
local Workforce Centers and/or the Department of         merchandise mix. (16 hrs)                                  Dates: 1/23/08 to 3/12/08 Day: Wed
Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. (200 hours)       Corinth                                                    Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $199
                                                         Course ID: BMGT1016.041.073Q                               Course ID: WLDG1043.004.073Q
Day Tracks – Gainesville (20 days)
                                                         Date(s) 2/25/08 to 3/4/08 Day(s): Mon/Tues                 Dates: 3/26/08 to 5/14/08 Day: Wed
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.001.072Q
                                                         Time: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fee: $129                           Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $199
Date: 2/4/08 to 2/29/08 Day: Mon–Friday
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Fee: $3,950
                                                         Principles of Selling                                      Advanced Arc Welding
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.002.073Q                  Examine the selling process between buyers and sellers;    Covers advanced principles of welding with emphasis
Date: 3/3/08 to 3/28/08 Day: Mon–Friday                  learn to balance multiple customers; discuss business      on special processes and special needs of students.
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $3,950                    ethics and legal restrictions of business and understand   Pre-requisites. Required Text & Supplies. (32 hrs)
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.003.073Q                  inventory shrinkage factors/impact. (48 hours)
                                                                                                                    Gainesville
Date: 3/31/08 to 4/18/08 Day: Mon–Friday                 Corinth                                                    Course ID: WLDG2044.003.072Q
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $3,950                    Course ID: MRKG2033.041.073Q                               Dates: 1/23/08 to 3/12/08 Day: Wed
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.004.073Q                  Date(s) 3/24/08 to 4/29/08 Day(s): Mon/Tues                Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $199
Date: 4/28/08 to 5/23/08 Day: Mon–Friday                 Time: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fee: $249
                                                                                                                    Course ID: WLDG2044.004.073Q
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $3,950                                                                               Dates: 3/26/08 to 5/14/08 Day: Wed
                                                         Introduction to Customer Service                           Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $199
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.005.073Q                  Learn the proven principles of customer service
Date: 5/26/08 to 6/20/08 Day: Mon–Friday                 including skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $3,950                    that result in excellent customer care and customer
                                                                                                                    Introduction to Gas Tungsten
                                                         retention. (8 hrs)                                         Arc (GTAW) Welding
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.006.074Q
                                                                                                                    Intro to the principles of gas tungsten arc welding
Date: 6/23/08 to 7/22/08 Day: Mon–Friday                 Corinth                                                    (GTAW), setup/use of GTAW equip.m.ent, and
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $3,950                    Course ID: BUSG1005.041.073Q                               safe use of tools and equip.m.ent. Required Text &
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.007.074Q                  Date(s) 5/5/08 to 5/6/08 Day(s): Mon/Tues                  Supplies. (48 hrs)
Date: 8/4/08 to 8/29/08 Day: Mon–Friday                  Time: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fee: $109
                                                                                                                    Gainesville
Time: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $3,950
                                                                                                                    Course ID: WLDG1006.001.073Q
                                                         Intro to Welding Using                                     Dates: 2/21/08 to 5/15/08 Day: Thurs
Evening/Weekend Tracks – Gainesville                     Multiple Processes                                         Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $255
(40 evenings / 5 Saturdays)                              Basic welding processes. Includes oxy-fuel welding
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.010.072Q                  (OFW) and cutting, shielded metal arc welding (SMAW),      Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc
Date: 2/2/08 to 3/28/08 Day: Mon–Fri                     gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc         Welding (ST in Welding Technologist)
Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Day: Saturday                         welding (GTAW). Required Text & Supplies. (48 hrs)         Advanced topics in GTAW welding, including welding
Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Fee: $3,950                        Gainesville                                                in various positions and directions. Required Text &
                                                         Course ID: WLDG1007.001.073Q                               Supplies. (48 hrs)
Course ID: CPOV1013 / CPOV1040.011.073Q                  Dates: 2/19/08 to 5/13/08                                  Gainesville
Date: 3/31/08 to 5/30/08                                 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6 to 10 p.m.                           Course ID: WLDG1006.002.073Q
Day: Mon–Fri Time: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.                     Fee: $255                                                  Dates: 2/21/08 to 5/15/08  Day: Thurs
Day: Saturday Time: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
                                                                                                                    Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Fee: $255
Fee: $3,950
                                                                                              Next Column Please


                                                                                   56
                                    NCTC Division of Lifelong Learning Announces

                                                        New This Spring:
                                                          COMMERCIAL
                                                       VEHICLE DRIVER
                                                             TRAINING
                                                           Qualify For Your CDL & Start Earning
                                                           Top Money In This Booming Industry

                                                                 Classes Begin In February ’08
     There’s good news, bad news and even better news     Persons wishing to enroll in the class must be at least
for anyone thinking about seeking to qualify for a job as age 18, which is the minimum age requirement for a
a professional Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver,     driver operating in intrastate commerce or at least age
said Djuna Forrester of North Central Texas College       21 for interstate commerce.
this week in announcing a major new training program           The new training program will be offered through
starting up this spring.                                  NCTC’s Division of Lifelong Learning. Successful
     The good news, she explained, is that the trucking   completion of the course will earn the student continuing
industry is booming, jobs are plentiful, and the pay is   education credits (CEUs) and certification rather than
already excellent and getting                                                     conventional college credit.
even better due to a growing              ...drivers of commercial                    “This means that persons
shortage of competent, qualified motor vehicles with gross- wishing to enroll don’t have to
and well-trained drivers.                                                         satisfy some of the requirements
     “The bad news has to do weight ratings of more than for enrolling in regular college-
with that ‘competent, qualified 26,000 pounds (and drivers of level courses,” Forrester said,
and well-trained’ part,” she said. vehicles carrying any quantity “such as submitting transcripts
“Learning what you need to                                                        and THEA, SAT or other test
know to become an employable of                 hazardous         materials scores.
driver can present quite a that are required to display                               “But this doesn’t mean
challenge, given the abundance warning signs) must obtain a students won’t need to be fairly
of overpriced, poor quality and                                                   proficient in the basic skills of
even downright bogus training Commercial Driver’s License reading, writing and math to
programs out there.                   (CDL) by passing rigorous tests be employable and successful.
     “So     here’s    the    even of their knowledge of safety Filing                      reports,     calculating
better news. NCTC will begin                                                      weights, keeping fuel records,
offering a training program this regulations and their ability to maintaining driving hours of
spring through which aspiring drive the large trucks.                             service and so on are important
professional drivers can get                                                      tasks for a professional driver
excellent, affordable hands-on training to get them road- too.
ready and prepare them to perform well on the required         She stressed also that in addition to the minimum
licensing exams.”                                         age requirement, a CMV driver must also must pass a
     Forrester explained that drivers of commercial       physical examination and submit to testing for drug and
motor vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating of      alcohol use, including unannounced random exams.
more than 26,000 pounds must obtain a Commercial               “Drug and alcohol convictions or combinations of
Driver’s License (CDL) by passing numerous tests of       various serious driving violations can draw temporary
their safety regulation knowledge and commercial motor    or even permanent loss of driving privileges,” Forrester
vehicle operation ability.                                said. “So I think the message here is pretty clear for
     The CDL requirement applies also to drivers of       anybody who is interested in the training and who wants
vehicles carrying a quantity of hazardous materials that  to be seriously considered for employment.”
require the display of hazardous placards.                     Preparatory CMV training will be offered in both
     Cost of the four-week basic CDL training will be     daytime and evening formats. The daytime track will
$3,950, including all books and training materials.                                             Continued On Page 58


                                                        57
Commercial Vehicle Driver Training                                      inspections from these experts will be of tremendous
Continued from Page 57                                                  value to our students.”
                                                                             “Getting this exciting new program off the ground
operate from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Monday through                      required a lot of help and cooperation from local partner
Friday. The evening track will take a little more than                  Complete Production Services,” Forrester said. “Without
nine weeks to complete - with students attending 6 p.m.                 their assistance and industry expertise, we simply would
to 10 p.m. on Monday through Friday evening and five                    not have been able to make it happen.”
Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Classes will combine                    Complete information about Commercial Vehical Driver
study of regulations and                                                                                Training,      including
other written materials                                                                                 admission requirements,
with     actual     driving                                                                             course          content,
practice.                                                                                               instructional staff and
     “We’re very excited                                                                                scheduling will soon be
that in addition to                                                                                     available on the NCTC
excellent instructors, we                                                                               website, www.nctc.edu
will have various trucking                                                                              (Lifelong Learning link.)
company        specialists,                                                                             Registration for this
former DPS Commercial Vehicle Enforcement officers                      program will begin immediately for the driving academy,
and other experts coming to classes to share their                      with limited enrollment accepted for each session.
knowledge and experience,” Forrester said. “Hearing                         For more information about the program, contact
about ways to improve safety, how to avoid regulatory                   Djuna Forrester, Dean of Lifelong Learning at (940)
infractions and the finer points of pre- and post-                      668-4272 or dforrester@nctc.edu.


                          ROME                      FLORENCE                    Start Planning Now
                                                                                 To Study Abroad In
                                                                               Italy During The First
                                                                                Summer ’08 Session
                                                                              Earn up to 6 credit hours while
                                                                                walking in the footsteps of
                                                                              Julius Caesar, Saints Peter and
                                                                              Paul, Michelangelo, Leonardo
                       VENICE                                                      da Vinci and Galileo!
  Select 1 or 2 of these courses and join a class that:                 Highlights of the trip include guided tours featuring;
  • Brings world history to life by visiting the actual places          • Vatican City, the Sistine Chapel, the Roman Forum and
    where some of the most significant events from the an-                 the Colosseum in Rome;
    cient world, the middle ages, and the Renaissance oc-               • The breathtakingly beautiful Duomo and the world
    curred;                                                                famous Uffizi Gallery in Florence;
  • Reads great literary works while surrounded by the envi-            • The Grand Canal with its famous gondolas and St.
    ronment that inspired them and views the works that they               Mark’s Square in Venice;
    in turn inspired;                                                   • And much more!
  • Studies art by interpreting some of the world’s great-                      Choose from among the following courses:
    est masterpieces and learning what distinguishes these                        English 2332: World Literature 1
    works from others.                                                          History 2321: History of Civilization
  • Experiences the vibrant culture of Italy by shopping at                            Art 1301: Art Appreciation
    open air markets, listening to street musicians, sampling                           For more information contact:
    traditional cuisine, and touring archeological sites, cathe-        Pat Ledbetter – Gainesville, Room 820 • 940-668-4235
    drals, and museums.                                                   Jane England – Corinth, Room 332 • 940-498-6244




                                                                   58
NCTC Announces New Oil & Gas Technology
 Program To Start In Fall 2008 Semester*
           But You Can Start NOW Earning Core Credits
             To Apply Toward Your Associate Degree
This exciting new program is, in large part, a response to the tremendous increase in job opportuni-
ties created by the exploration and increasing significance of what’s called the Barnett Shale natural
gas reserve in north central Texas—now believed to be the largest onshore natural gas field in the
entire United States. And we are standing right on top of it!

For more about the history, location and impact of the Barnett Shale, go to page 61.

A recent in-depth study by widely respected economist Dr. Ray Perryman said the Barnett Shale
has already pumped billions of dollars into the area economy and created thousands of new jobs,
but the best news of all is that Dr. Perryman and most industry experts agree that we’ve only
scratched the surface! It’s the energy boom of our generation—and it means opportunity for North
Texans for decades to come. That translates to JOBS, JOBS and more JOBS, especially for
those who have the right kind of education and training to take advantage of the best op-
portunities.

And that’s exactly what the new Oil & Gas Production Technology Program at NCTC is all
about. It was developed in direct partnership with the oil and gas industry; therefore, it provides
training that meets this industry’s expectations. In addition to developing technical knowledge
of gas operations, the industry expects students to develop their communication and team-
building skills through this program. Industry has demonstrated its support for this program by
providing financial support for facilities, equipment, scholarships and even paid internships for
selected students in the summer.

STARTING WITH THE FALL 2008 SEMESTER, the NCTC Oil & Gas Production Technol-
ogy Program will offer the industry-prescribed courses leading to either a two-year Associate
Degree or a one-year Certificate of Completion. The Oil & Gas coursework will be a com-
bination of core academic courses (which you can start on this Spring—see box below) and
highly specialized technical classes. The academic support courses for this program can be
completed at any of our campuses—Gainesville, Corinth or Bowie. However, the techni-
cal courses will, initially, be taught at our Bowie Campus. It is here that our industry
partners wished the program to be based in the begining and for which they have


   Interested In The New Oil & Gas Production Technology Program?
  Get A Head Start – Work On Completing Core Academic Courses Now!
  And that includes you Dual Credit students too! The Associate Degree program requires
  certian core academic courses such as Math, English and Government—all of which
  you can be working to complete now. For programs of study for both the two-year As-
  sociate Degree and one-year Certificate programs, go to page 60.




                        *Program offering pending approval of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.



                                                                59
Oil & Gas Production Technology Program                                                           environmental and regulatory mandates. Computer literacy will be
Continued from Page 59                                                                            a program mainstay as the industry adapts to new technology field
                                                                                                  needs to expediently translate well data.
provided financial support to expand facilities, adding a vo-
cational training area as well as a large multi-purpose class-                                    For additional information, please contact Doug Akins, Dean of
room designed expressly for the Oil & Gas technical courses.                                      Advanced and Applied Technologies at North Central Texas Col-
Safety training as designed and mandated by OSHA. will be a                                       lege at 940-498-6261 or by email: dakins@nctc.edu.
major component. Other courses will address work teams, com-
munication and leadership as well the experiential training for the
oil and gas industries.                                                                                         Oil & Gas Production Technology
                                                                                                        Degree: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
These courses prepare students for entry-level careers as part of
                                                                                                          Length: Four Semester (Two-Year) Program
a production team charged with safe and efficient extraction and
flow of product. Those currently in the field who combine educa-                                   Program Requirements: In addition to the general requirements for
                                                                                                   admission to NCTC, entry into the Oil & Gas Production Technology
tion with experience will be able to seek progression into manage-                                 program requires basic proficiency in English, Reading, and Math.
rial jobs with higher wages.                                                                       (THEA requirement).

As its foundation, the program will introduce students to the in-                                  Graduation Requirements: A minimum of 63 semester hours is re-
                                                                                                   quired for graduation with an Associate of Applied Science Degree.
dustry, its rich history, and purposes/procedures in varied petro-
leum technologies: exploration, drilling, production, transportation,                                                        FIRST YEAR
marketing, and refining. Introductory and advanced oil and gas                                     First Semester                                                       Credit Hours
                                                                                                   PTRT1316 Petroleum Computer Applications .................................. 3
specialty topics as recommended by industry partners are heavily                                   PTRT 1301 Overview of Petroleum Industry .................................... 3
entrenched in the curriculum content.                                                              ENGL1301 Composition I ................................................................. 3
                                                                                                   OSHT 2001 OSHA Regulations - General Industry.......................... 3
The program will be highly experiential, allowing students to gain                                 MATH1314 College Mathematics OR:
knowledge from lecture and hands-on application of concepts both                                   MATH1332 College Algebra ............................................................. 3
                                                                                                                                                                     Total Hours 15
in the lab setting and in the field. Students will gain knowledge
related to basic oil field equipment maintenance and repair and                                    First Semester                                                       Credit Hours
                                                                                                   ARTS1301 Art Appreciation OR:
                                                                                                   MUSI1306 Music Appreciation OR:
                                                                                                   DRAM 1310 Intro to Theater............................................................. 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 1307 Production Methods ..................................................... 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 1313 Industrial Safety............................................................. 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 1318 Natural Gas Production ................................................. 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 1324 Petroleum Instrumentation ............................................ 3
                                                                                                                                                                     Total Hours 15

                                                                                                                                 SECOND YEAR
                                                                                                   First Semester                                                             Credit Hours
                                                                                                   SPCH1321 Business and Professional Speaking OR:
                                                                                                   SPCH 1315 Public Speaking ............................................................ 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 1321 Oil Field Hydraulics ....................................................... 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 1309 Corrosion Basics ........................................................... 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 2331 Well Completions........................................................... 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 2332 Artificial Lift .................................................................... 3
             Oil & Gas Production Technology                                                                                                                               Total Hours 15
                           One-Year Certificate
                                                                                                   First Semester                                                       Credit Hours
  Program Requirements: The Oil & Gas Production Technology cer-                                   ELECTIVE:
  tificate program is THEA exempt.                                                                 PTRT 1317 Natural Gas Processing I OR:
  Certification Requirements: 30 semester hours is required for                                    PTRT 2341 Pipelining OR:
  completion of the Oil & Gas Production Technology certificate.                                   PTRT 2343 Refining Methods OR: ................................................... 3
                                                                                                   PTRT 2336 Well Workover................................................................ 3
  First Semester                                                      Credit Hours                 ECON2302 Micro Economics OR:
  PTRT 1316 Petroleum Computer Applications ...............................3                       GOVT 2305 American National Government OR:
  PTRT 1301 Overview of Petroleum Industry .................................3                      HIST 1301 U.S. History to 1865 ....................................................... 3
  OSHT 2001 OSHA Regulations - General Industry ........................3                          PTRT 2340 Well Stimulation ............................................................. 3
  PTRT 1307 Production Methods....................................................3                BMGT 2309 Leadership ................................................................... 3
  PTRT 1318 Natural Gas Production ...............................................3                PTRT 2380 Cooperative Education:
                                                                   Total Hours 15                     Petroleum Technology/Technician* .............................................. 3
  Second Semester                                                     Credit Hours                                                                                   Total Hours 18
  PTRT 1313 Industrial Safety ...........................................................3                                                               Grand Total Hours 63
  PTRT 1309 Corrosion Basics .........................................................3
  PTRT 1324 Petroleum Instrumentation ..........................................3                   * PTRT 2380 will constitute the capstone experience. Students
  PTRT 1321 Oil Field Hydraulics......................................................3              will complete, with an industry partner, an internship (cooperative
  PTRT 1317 Natural Gas Processing 1............................................3                   education) to validate workplace competencies. Students success-
                                                                   Total Hours 15                     fully completing the program would be awarded the Associate of
                                                                   Grand Total 30                       Applied Science degree in Oil & Gas Production Technology.



                                                                                             60
   Barnett Shale Natural Gas Field Is This
 Generation’s “Energy Boom” Say Economists
           Will Boost Jobs In NCTC Service Area By 8 Percent
      Business activities associated with the North Central Texas    sory board members to conduct lengthy need assessments and
oil and gas industry accelerated during early 2000 in alignment      ascertain specialized need per type of organization role.
with development of the Barnett Shale natural
gas field—one of the largest natural gas fields                                               Special thanks to our industry partners:
in North America and the largest in the state
of Texas. Improved recovery techniques and
high gasoline prices this decade facilitated in-
creased drilling activity in the region, thereby
substantially increasing the number of jobs
in the region. The Barnett Shale accounts
for 55,385 permanent jobs in the 14-county
region. The total effect on business activity
includes $5.1 billion in annual output (Perry-
man Impact Study).
      On a regional perspective, despite state
and national numbers that indicate a down-
turn in oil and gas employment, there will be
a positive change in employment rates for
Cooke and Montague Counties and the entire                                                       Complete Production Services (CPS),
North Central Texas College service area.                                                  EnCana U.S.A., Inc.; Energy Service Com-
      For Cooke and Montague Counties,                                                     pany of Bowie.
there will be a 6.61% change in the number                                                       Each of these employers expressed a
of jobs in the oil and gas industry by 2017.                                               substantial need to increase the existing la-
The NCTC service area will see an 8.05%                                                    bor pool for oil and gas industry technicians,
change in jobs in the oil and gas industry                                                 as well as providing advanced cross-training
(CC Benefits, Inc.). Barnett Shale has re-                                                 topics for incumbent workers. These respon-
sulted for Cooke and Montague counties                                                        dents stated that new employees are con-
in real gross product gains totaling $435            “ ...employers expressed a sub- sistently required, while 1,177 additional
million and $136 million respectively. Fur- stantial need to increase the exist- workers would be needed by 2013. In ad-
ther, 4,794 Cooke County jobs are linked ing labor pool for oil and gas indus- dition, these organizations are in dire need
to Barnett Shale, while an additional 1,657 try technicians, as well as providing of commercial drivers, with a need to fill
jobs will impact Montague County. (Perry-                                                     200 anticipated vacancies in the next five
man Impact Study).
                                                advanced cross-training topics for years.
      North Central Texas College is incumbent workers.”                                             This group of employers alone sup-
aligned with three Workforce Development                                                      port a substantial labor pool in Montague,
Boards (WBD) – Texoma, North Texas and North Central – all who       Denton, Cooke, Wise, Denton, Tarrant, Parker, Hood, Jack, and
have identified Oil and Gas Technology as a targeted industry for    Grayson counties – with a prominent payroll. CPS is the larg-
North Texas in 2007. This trend is expected to continue well into    est single employer in Cooke County with 2,200. Energy Ser-
the next decade. Further, the Energy Industry is cited by the Texas  vice Company of Bowie is one of the top employers in Montague
Workforce Commission as a cluster with demand growth.                County with more than 250 employees. EnCana employs 1,600
      A consortium of Energy Industry organizations, in an effort to workers within the USA, with 300 of those located in Texas and
increase labor pool capacity for the North Texas oil and gas indus-  specifically 45 in the North Texas Area.
try, requested an alliance with North Central Texas College to pro-       Program graduates with no prior field experience in the oil
vide educational programs. Representatives of 14 organizations       and gas industry experience would enter core jobs such as Floor
– 12 encompassed under the auspices of Complete Production           Hands with anticipated annual salaries of $40,000. Those already
Services (CPS), EnCana U.S.A., Inc.; Energy Service Company          in the field who have moved progressively up job tiers have the
of Bowie and North Central Texas College met on seven occa-          wage capacity for $95,000 as Tool Pushers. Additional education
sions during the past eight months to identify critical needs. North at the university level will allow movement into roles including up-
Central Texas College administration met individually with advi-     per level management.


                                                                   61
                                  Small BuSineSS Development Center

                                          Small BuSineSS ServiceS
                                               and SeminarS
                             The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a non-profit professional
                             counselingservice. SBDC staff members provide free, one-on-one counseling
                                        to present and prospective business owners/managers.
  Business Plan Preparation                        Advertising And Marketing                                   Sources Of Financing
  Business Development                             Minority Business Certification                             Regulations And Recordkeeping

   On Campus Seminars Offered:
        • Starting a Small Business                                                 • IRS Tax Workshop
        • Financing Fundamentals                                                    • Small Business Planning

                   For a Listing of Dates, Times and Descriptions
      Visit our website: www.nctc.edu/SBDC/sbdc.html or call (940) 668-4220.


                                                                                                                                   CHE
                        Just $75                                                                                                   THE CK OUT
                                                                                                                                       ON
  The Online Advantage! a Course!
                                                                                                                                    COUR LINE
                                                                                                                                         SES

  You choose the location and time for your lessons! Update your business skills
in the convenience of your home or office! Each course – 6 weeks 12 lessons, including interactive
quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and online discussion. Internet access and e-mail address required.
For a complete listing of classes offered, see our web site at: http://www.ed2go.com/nctcsbdc or for
assistance call (940)668-4220 and see how easy it can be to increase your business skills online!



                                                                SBDC Locations
       Gainesville NCTC Campus                  Denton Chamber of Commerce                   Corinth NCTC Campus                  Bowie NCTC Campus
           1525 W. California St.                         414 Parkway                           1500 N. Corinth St.                    801 N. Mill St.
           Gainesville, TX 76240                        Denton, TX 76201                        Corinth, TX 76208                     Bowie, TX 76230
              (940)668-4220                               (940)380-1849                           (940)498-6276                       (940)668-4220

     The North Central Texas SBDC is partially funded under Cooperative Agreement No. 4-603001-Z-0046020 by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The
 support given by the U.S. Small Business Administration through such funding does not constitute an express or implied endorsement of any of the co-sponsors’ or
 participants’ opinions, findings, conclusions, recommendations, products or services.



                                                                               62
  importAnt notice to All StudentS
      CIVIL RIGHTS: In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (P.L.88-352), Title IX of the Education Amendments of
  1972 (P.L. 92-318). and the Age Discrimination Act of 1978 (P.L. 92-256), North Central Texas College does not discriminate against
  or exclude from participation in any of its programs or activities, either in the student body or the staff, any person on the grounds
  of sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, national origin, English language proficiency or veteran status. For information about
  your rights or about grievance procedures, contact the Dean of Student Services, North Central Texas College, 1525 W. California,
  Gainesville, TX, 76240, (940)668-4240.


    RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES: North Central Texas College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973 (P.L. 93-112) and with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of a dis-
ability in the operation of its educational programs or in its admission and employment practices. Special emphasis will continue
to be placed on correcting conditions which may inadvertently discriminate against any individual with a disability. For further
information and assistance, contact the Counseling Center, (940)668-4216.
    ACCESS TO PROGRAMS: North Central Texas College offers educational and occupational/technical programs, as described
in the College catalog, to all persons without regard to sex, race, color, religion, age, handicap, or national origin. Admission is
based on college admission requirements and individual program policies as outlined in the catalog.
    FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND RECORDS ACCESS ANNUAL NOTICE: In compliance with the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, the College may release information classified as directory information to the general public with-
out the written consent of the student. Directory information includes: student’s name, address, and telephone number; dates of
attendance; educational institution most recently attended; and other information including major field of study and degrees and
awards received. A student may request that directory information be withheld from the public by giving written notice in person
to the Records Office during the first 12 class days of a fall or spring semester or the first four class days of a summer session.
If no request to withhold directory information is filed, information is released upon inquiry. No transcript or academic record is
released without written consent from the student except as specified by law.
   RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS: In compliance with Texas Education Code, Section 51.911, North Central Texas College allows a
student who is absent from class for the observance of a religious holy day to make up the classwork for that day within a rea-
sonable time after the absence. Students who intend to be absent for religious holy days must notify each instructor in writing by
the 15th calendar day of the semester.
    ILLEGAL DRUGS: In compliance with HR253/SR645, no illegal drugs shall be allowed on campus, and any student caught
with an illegal drug will be suspended from attendance or enrollment for a specified period of time. See the Dean of Student
Services for a copy of due process procedures.
   CRIME STATISTICS/SEX OFFENDERS: College and university crime statistics are an important resource that the entire
campus community, and prospective members of it, can use to gauge their safety and take proactive steps to avoid and prevent
campus crime. Registered sex offenders attending NCTC can be found online at : www.nctc.edu/Student_Services/Dean-
page_stud_serv.html or ope.ed.gov/security/Search.asp.
   CONDUCT: College students are considered responsible adults. Their enrollment indicates acceptance of the standards of
conduct published in the Student Handbook.
    POLICY ON HIV INFECTION AND AIDS: The North Central Texas College policy on HIV infection and AIDS is available
in the office of the Dean of Student Services. An educational pamphlet on AIDS is available in the Counseling Center and the
Office of the Dean of Student Services.
     INCLEMENT WEATHER AND CLOSING OF THE COLLEGE: North Central Texas College schedules its instruction to comply
with the Common Calendar published by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. College instructors meet all scheduled
classes as published in the class schedule. If severe weather or emergency situations make it advisable to discontinue classes,
the college makes every effort to notify its students on the college website and through local television and radio stations. An of-
ficial closing of the college delays all work until the next class meeting or until a date determined by the instructor. Make-up days
for official college closings will be scheduled as needed. If a student is in an area experiencing severe weather and the college
has not officially closed, it is that student’s responsibility to exercise caution and decide whether to risk coming to class. Should
the student decide not to attend class, the student must contact the instructor about the instructor’s rules for make-up work.
    IF YOU CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS: Changes of name, address, etc. should be reported PROMPTLY to the Registrar/
Admissions Office. This enables you to receive, in a timely manner, important correspondence, nottices, registration and other
information from various college departments and offices. Changes of name and Social Security number require photocopies
of the student’s valid driver’s license and/or Social Security card.



             Please see the NCTC Student Handbook for other important information.

                                                                   63
                                                                                                          PERIODICAL POSTAGE
                                                                                                                 PAID AT
                                                                                                            GAINESVILLE, TEXAS




          Bulletin Of
NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE
    1525 W. California Street
      Gainesville, TX 76240


                                                                        RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER




   Home for the Holidays? Earn 3 Credit Hours In Mini-’Mester!
                       REGISTER EARLY ONLINE – 24/7! Through DEC. 14, OR:
              In Person—Friday, Dec. 14, 2007 • 8am to Noon (Late: Dec. 17, 8am to Noon)
               Corinth Campus • Classes Meet December 17–21, 26–28, 31–January 3.
                               Payment is due at time of registration.
  COURSE           SECT. TERM                          LAB
  NUMBER     LAB    NO. CODE      COURSE DESCRIPTION   FEE   DAY(S)   BEGINS   ENDS   ROOM   INSTRUCTOR             CO-REQUISITE

  ARTS
  ARTS1301         690 072T     ART APPRECIATION               MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR313   STAFF

  ECONOMICS
  ECON2301         690 072T     PRINC/MACROECONOMICS           MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR264   STAFF
  ECON2302         690 072T     PRINC/MICROECONOMICS           MTWRF 1:00PM 5:20PM      COR264   STAFF

  GOVERNMENT
  GOVT2305         690 072T     AMER NATIONAL GOVT             MTWRF 1:00PM 5:20PM      COR190   STAFF
  GOVT2306         690 072T     AMER-STATE-LCL GOVT            MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR314   STAFF

  HISTORY
  HIST1301         690 072T     US HIST TO 1865                MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR368   STAFF
  HIST1302         690 072T     US HIST FROM 1865              MTWRF 1:00PM 5:20PM      COR368   STAFF

  PSYCHOLOGY
  PSYC2301         690 072T     INTRO GENERAL PSYCH            MTWRF 1:00PM 5:20PM      COR364   STAFF
  PSYC2314         690 072T     DEVEL PSYCHOLOGY               MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR365   STAFF

  SOCIOLOGY
  SOCI1301         690 072T     INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY             MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR364   STAFF
  SOCI2371         690 072T     CULTURAL DIVERSITY             MTWRF 1:00PM 5:20PM      COR365   STAFF

  SPEECH
  SPCH1315         690 072T     PUBLIC SPEAKING                MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR310 STAFF
  SPCH1315         691 072T     PUBLIC SPEAKING                MTWRF 8:00AM 12:20PM     COR 262 STAFF
  SPCH1315         692 072T     PUBLIC SPEAKING                MTWRF 1:00PM 5:20PM      COR310 STAFF
        For information, go online to www.nctc.edu, or call the NCTC campus nearest you:
            Gainesville: 940-668-7731 • Corinth: 940-498-6282 * Bowie: 940-872-4002


 APPLY EARLY! Application Priority Deadline for SPRING ’08 is December 1. Applications
 received by this date will receive priority during registration. All students should submit
 their Application for Admission at least 2 days prior to the day they plan to register.
                                                                      64

				
DOCUMENT INFO