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									       Rolling out the red carpet for
     Open House
      Sat, 4/2, 9-11 a.m.
      Blackwood Campus




  camdencc.edu/openhouse
  Learn about programs
  Obtain financial aid answers
  Find out about athletics & student activities
  Meet faculty, staff & students
  Tour our campus
  Apply for enrollment



      THIS SUMMER AT CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE
Easy Five-Step Registration.....................................1             Master Course List – All Locations................15 - 25
Registration Information.................................2 & 6                Camden City Campus Courses ......................25 - 26
Summer Academic Calendar ..................................3                  Rohrer Center (Cherry Hill) Courses ....................27
New Students: How to Apply....................................4               Department Contacts.............................................28
College Placement Testing ................................4 - 5               Aviation Summer Camp........................................29
Planning Your Program..........................................6              Mainstage Summer Stage .....................................30
Financial Aid Information......................................7              Non-Credit Course Information ....................31 - 32
Transfer Services......................................................7      Non-Credit Registration Form.......................33 - 34
Payment Worksheet.................................................8           Non-Credit Courses ........................................35 - 93
Payment Information ....................................8 & 10                Technology Career Tracks .............................35 - 37
Credit Registration Form.........................................9            Online Non-Credit Courses............................52 - 57
Programs of Study.................................................11          Customized Business Training..............................80
Policies ............................................................12 -13   Government Funding for Job Training.................88
Understanding the Course Offerings.....................14                     ESL University........................................................89
FIVE EASY STEPS
1   Apply for admission online at www.camdencc.edu by clicking “Apply Online.”
    Take the Placement Test if you have not completed a college-level math or English course. (See
2   pages 4 & 5)
    See an advisor to review your Placement Test results, pick a major and/or select your courses. (See
3   pages 6 & 11)
    Register for your courses. This can be done in several ways: online, by mail, by fax or by stopping
4   at one of the three college locations. (See page 6)
    Make payment for your classes. (See pages 8 & 10) If you’re interested in financial aid, call (856)
5   374-4985 to receive information and the proper forms.
    NOW YOU’RE A CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE STUDENT!


           IT’S EASY TO REGISTER (see pages 2 & 6 for details)

    Summer Credit Registration begins March 21.
                               See page 3 for deadlines.
 100% payment is required to complete the registration process.
     See pages 8 & 10 for more detailed payment information.
Online:        Click Summer 2011 Credit Registration on the college’s home page at
               www.camdencc.edu and select WebAdvisor.
Walk-in:       Wilson Center, Blackwood Campus
               Second Floor, Camden Technology Center
               Information Desk, William G. Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill
               Office hours at the main campus in Blackwood are:
                 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
                 Beginning May 23:
                 Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
               Office hours at Camden and the Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill may vary.
               Please call (856) 968-1304 (Camden) or (856) 874-6000 (Rohrer Center).
Mail-in:       Send registration and payment forms from pages 8, 9, & 10 to:
               Records & Registration
               Camden County College
               P.O. Box 200
               Blackwood, NJ 08012
Fax-in:        Fax registration and payment forms from pages 8, 9, & 10 to:
               (856) 374-4917


P a y m e n t O p t i o n s : 100% payment is required at the time of registration
to complete the summer registration process. Make payment ONLINE using a credit card.
Students have been assigned a WebAdvisor ID and a password. Go to the college’s home page
at www.camdencc.edu. Click WebAdvisor / Students (Log in) / Make a Payment.
Follow the payment instructions as listed. In addition to paying online, students may pay in
person with cash, check, money order, Visa® MasterCard® American Express® or Discover®; or by
                                             ,            ,
mailing/faxing credit card information along with your registration.

                                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                  1
Registration Information
 Registration continues through the deadlines                        Important Payment
 listed on p. 3. Students who have taken                                Information
 courses at other colleges should bring a copy             Full payment of 100% is due at the time of
 of their latest college transcripts. While sum-           registration. Payment of your tuition and fees
 mer enrollment does not require advisor                   is critical. Your registration course selections
 approval, academic advisors are available day             may be cancelled if payment is not received.
 and evening during the spring and summer                  Using a credit card, you may make payment
 terms. Please visit the College’s website at              online using WebAdvisor.
 www.camdencc.edu for a schedule of walk-
 in hours. Please se e page 4 to determine if                               Financial Aid
 you need to take the college placement test
                                                           The priority deadline for completing the 2010-11 FAFSA
 prior to registration.                                    for Summer 2011 financial aid is June 1, 2011. A
                                                           2011-12 FAFSA must be completed for Fall 2011 aid.
      Using WebAdvisor, the                                The Fall 2011 Financial Aid priority filing deadline is
    online Registration System                             May 1, 2011. You can check your financial aid
                                                           award status and file via WebAdvisor. Full information
New students are assigned a WebAdvisor account two
                                                           about the College’s financial aid programs is available
weeks after they have submitted an admissions appli-
                                                           in the Financial Aid Handbook. The Financial Aid
cation and completed the placement test. Students
                                                           Handbook is available on the College’s website at
have been assigned an ID and a password, and may
                                                           www.camdencc.edu. Printed copies are available at
register online using WebAdvisor. Go to the college’s
                                                           various campus locations. For more information call
website at www.camdencc.edu. Click Summer
                                                           (856) 374-4985 (Blackwood) or (856) 968-1340
2011 Credit Registration. Follow the instruc-
                                                           (Camden).
tions regarding registration and payment. Print
WebAdvisor confirmation screens and your
schedule and keep a copy for your records.                         Academic Advisement
I.D./Password                                              Students are encouraged to meet with Faculty mem-
• Your WebAdvisor ID is unique and provides direct         bers, Program Coordinators, and Academic Advisors.
  access to your student record. You may use the
  “What’s My ID” feature of WebAdvisor to obtain your      For an appointment contact the Area Dean’s offices at
  WebAdvisor ID.                                           (856) 227-7200. Extensions are as follows:
• Your password has been initially set as your six-digit     Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences..............ext. 4448
  date of birth. For example, if you were born on            Business, Computers & Technical Studies ...ext. 4420
  January 3, 1980, your password would be 010380.            Math, Science & Health Careers ...................ext. 4468
  You will be prompted to change your password for
  security purposes, the first time you log in.            For general advisement call (856) 227-7200, ext. 4454
                                                           in Blackwood or (856)968-1325 in Camden.
See the College website and click on Instructions or
select Current Students, Registration -
WebAdvisor for additional instructions.                              Program Evaluation
* WebAdvisor is not available between 2 a.m. and           The Program Evaluation feature of WebAdvisor out-
  6 a.m. daily.                                            lines your progress toward satisfying specific degree
                                                           requirements. Program Evaluation can help you
                                                           answer questions like “What courses do I still need to
         24-7 WebAdvisor                                   graduate?” and “What if I want to change my major?”
      Help Desk for Students                               Check out this informative, exciting feature today! Log
               1-877-326-4512                              on to Camden County College’s website at
                                                           www.camdencc.edu. Click on WebAdvisor,
                                                           Students, Log In and then Program
                                                           Evaluation.


2            Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
Summer 2011 Academic Calendar
      If the start/end dates of your particular class are different than the standard start/end dates for
   the session, please contact the Records and Registration Office for refund and withdrawal deadlines.
                                  1st 5-Week         8-Week         2nd 5-Week            7-Week          3rd 5-Week     Weekend
                                  5/23 - 6/23     5/23 - 7/14        6/28 - 8/1         7/5 - 8/18        7/19 - 8/22 06/03 - 08/13
Mail-in/Fax Deadline                May 6 (F)       May 6 (F)        June 16 (R)         June 23 (R)       July 6 (W)   May 20 (F)
Registration Deadline               May 20 (F)      May 20 (F)       June 27 (M)         June 30 (R)       July 18 (M)  June 2 (R)
Senior Citizen Registration Begins May 19 (R)       May 19 (R)       June 23 (R)         June 30 (R)       July 14 (R)  June 2 (R)
Tuition Waiver Registration Begins May 19 (R)       May 19 (R)       June 23 (R)         June 30 (R)       July 14 (R)  June 2 (R)
Last Day to Drop w/ 100% Refund May 20 (F)          May 20 (F)       June 27 (M)         June 30 (R)       July 18 (M)  June 2 (R)
CLASSES BEGIN                       May 23 (M)      May 23 (M)       June 28 (T)         July 5 (T)        July 19 (T)  June 3 (F)
Last Day to Drop w/ 50% Refund May 25 (W)           May 27 (F)       June 30 (R)         July 11 (M)       July 21 (R)  June 13 (M)
No Classes (Holiday)                May 30 (M)      May 30 (M)
Audit Deadline                      May 27 (F)      June 2 (R)        July 5 (T)         July 13 (W)        July 25 (M)   June 16 (R)
No Classes (Holiday)                                July 4 (M)        July 4 (M)                                          July 2 - 3 (F, S)
Withdrawal Deadline                 June 21 (T)     July 11 (M)       July 27 (W)        August 15 (M)      August 17 (W) August 4 (R)
CLASSES END                         June 23 (R)     July 14 (R)       August 1 (M)       August 18 (R)      August 22 (M) August 13 (S)
Final Exam Day                      June 27 (M)     July 18 (M)       August 2 (T)       August 19 (F)      August 23 (T) August 13 (S)
Grades Due (from faculty)           July 2 (S)      July 23 (S)       August 7 (U)       August 24 (W)      August 28 (U) August 18 (R)
Late Registration Deadline          May 25 (W)      May 27 (F)        June 30 (R)        July 11 (M)        July 21 (R)   June 9 (R)

                                           ONLINE                    WEEKEND COLLEGE
                                   May 6-Week June 6-Week May 7-Week July 7-Week                            Paramedic           Automotive
                                   5/16 - 6/24 6/27 - 8/5 5/13 - 7/10           7/15 - 8/28                 5/23 - 8/22         5/23 - 7/31
Mail-in/Fax Deadline                May 6 (F)   June 16 (R)   May 5 (R)          July 7 (R)                varies per course*   varies per course*
Registration Deadline               May 11 (W) June 22 (W)    May 12 (R)         July 14 (R)               varies per course*   varies per course*
Senior Citizen Registration Begins May 11 (W) June 22 (W)     May 12 (R)         July 14 (R)               varies per course*   varies per course*
Tuition Waiver Registration Begins May 11 (W) June 22 (W)     May 12 (R)         July 14 (R)               varies per course*   varies per course*
Last Day to Drop w/ 100% Refund     May 13 (F) June 24 (F)    May 12 (R)         July 14 (R)               varies per course*   varies per course*
CLASSES BEGIN                       May 16 (M) June 27 (M)    May 13 (F)         July 15 (F)               varies per course*   varies per course*
Last Day to Drop w/ 50% Refund      May 19 (R) June 30 (R)    May 19 (R)         July 20 (W)               varies per course*   varies per course*
Audit Deadline                      May 23 (M) July 5 (T)     May 24 (T)         July 25 (M)               varies per course*   varies per course*
No Classes (Holiday)                                          May 27 - 29 (F-U)
Withdrawal Deadline                 June 20 (M) August 1 (M) June 30 (R)         August 22 (M)             varies per course* varies per course*
No Classes (Holiday)                                          July 1 - 3 (F-U)
CLASSES END                         June 24 (F) August 5 (F)  July 10 (U)        August 28 (U)             varies per course* varies per course*
Grades Due (from faculty)           June 29 (W) August 10 (W) July 15 (F)        September 2 (F)           varies per course* varies per course*
Late Registration Deadline          May 11 (W) June 22 (W)    May 12 (R)         July 14 (R)               varies per course* varies per course*

                                                   VARIABLE SESSION
Mail-in/Fax Deadline                   Mail-in/Fax Deadline is one week before the registration deadline.
Registration Deadline                  Registration deadline is the day before the class begins.
Senior Citizen Registration Begins     Senior citizen registration begins the day before the class begins.
Tuition Waiver Registration Begins     Tuition waiver registration begins the day before the class begins.
Last Day to Drop w/ 100% Refund        Last Day to Drop w/ 100% refund is the day before the class begins.
CLASSES BEGIN                          *
Last Day to Drop w/ 50% Refund         Generally the Drop/Add period for mini sessions ends the 2nd day after the class begins.
Audit Deadline                         *
Withdrawal Deadline                    *
CLASSES END                            *
Grades Due (from faculty)              *
Late Registration Deadline             *

*The dates for this session vary per course. Contact the Office of Records and Registration for exact dates.

Late registration is usually allowed if only one class meeting has been missed. After a class has met more than once, late
registration may be denied, or may be allowed with the permission of the instructor or area dean.

                                             Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                                          3
      STEP
                         For New Students: How to Apply
       1
A. All students are required to complete an
                                           (Currently enrolled students proceed to step 3, page 6)

                                                             from each college you have listed on the application.
Application for Admission. Go to the College
website at www.camdencc.edu and click on the                 Transcripts from other colleges may also be required
Apply Online under Enroll at CCC.                            to document that you have completed prerequisite
                                                             courses.
You may also print a paper application via the College
website by clicking Current Students/                        C. If you have applied or intend to apply for financial
Registration Forms/Application Form.                         aid, a guaranteed student loan, veteran’s benefits, a
                                                             National Guard tuition waiver, or for vocational reha-
B. If you have attended another college and you are          bilitation assistance, you must choose an associate
applying to a selective associate degree or certificate      degree program or a certificate program under ques-
program, or if you wish to have your previous courses        tion number 15 of the Application for
evaluated for transfer credit, please submit to the          Admission.
Records and Registration Office an official transcript

      STEP
                                 College Placement Testing
       2
Placement Test                                                   Mathematics or 540 or higher on the SAT critical
Most full time and part time students are required to            reading and have their official scores sent to the
take the placement test before enrolling in classes. The         Testing Center.
test is designed to measure skills in English and math-      • Students who have met the college’s requirement
ematics, and the scores are used to determine the most         for (AP) Advanced Placement or CLEP in English
appropriate placement for each student. Some students          or mathematics and have their official scores sent
may place into college-level courses, some students            to the Testing Center.
may need to enroll in developmental classes.
Information for students who may qualify for test            Only official transcripts, SAT, CLEP and test scores
exemptions is listed below.                                     can be used as proof for exemptions.
                                                                Please send to:
Exemptions                                                      Testing Center, Camden County College,
(Official proof required for all exemptions)                    P.O. Box 200, College Drive, Blackwood, NJ 08012
Exemptions from one or more sections of the College
Placement Test may apply to:                                 College Placement Test Schedule
• Students who have taken the Accuplacer or                  The college placement test is computerized. It is given
  Compass test at another college within the last            on a walk-in basis according to the schedule listed in
  three years and have their scores sent to Camden           this booklet. Students may begin the test at any time
  County College Testing Center.                             within the walk-in hours. The test takes approximately
                                                             21/2 hours to complete.
• Students who have successfully completed a col-
  lege-credit English Composition and/or mathemat-           Students should complete and submit an Admissions
  ics course at a regionally accredited college in the       Application before testing (see Step 1). Students must
  U.S.A. and have their official transcript sent to the      bring a photo ID. No reservation is necessary. There are
  Records and Registration Office.                           practice tests, a description of the test and test sched-
                                                             ules on the College’s test website at
• Students enrolled in the automotive certificates.          www.camdencc.edu. Select Popular Links,
• Students enrolled in the dental assisting certificate      then Testing Center, Placement Test and
  are exempt from the math portion of the test.              Accuplacer Sample Questions. Arrangements for
                                                             test accommodations for people with disabilities can be
• Students who took the SAT test within the last three
                                                             made through the Disability Services Department, by
  years and scored 530 or higher on the SAT
                                                             calling (856) 227-7200, ext. 4430 or 4372.


4            Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                        College Placement Testing
                                              (continued from previous page)


        COLLEGE PLACEMENT TEST SCHEDULE
                  Wolverton Library, Blackwood Campus – 2nd floor
                     Monday .................................10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
                     Tuesday..................................12:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.
                     Wednesday ............................10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
                     Thursday.................................12:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.
                   College Hall, Camden City Campus – Room 117
                     Tuesday..................................12:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.
                     Wednesday ............................12:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.
                  William G. Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill – Room 104
                     Saturday ................................9 – 10 a.m.
                                     Closed on the following days:
                       April 18 – 27, May 28 – 30, July 2 – 4, September 3 – 5.


The                                                            How long is the test?
Placement Test                                                 The test is untimed. You should allow approximately
                                                               21/2 hours to complete the entire test.




Q& A
                                                               How do I prepare for the test?
                                                               The College Testing website has links to sample tests
                                                               and a description of the test at www.camdencc.edu.
                                                               What do I need to bring for the test?
What placement test does the college use?                      You must bring a photo ID.
Camden County College uses the ACCUPLACER Online               Suppose I don’t do well on the test?
placement test.                                                Don’t worry! A counselor will interpret the results of the
                                                               test and determine which English and Math courses
Why am I being asked to take this test?                        you are prepared to take. If you are not ready for col-
The test results will help place you in courses for which      lege level courses, you will be scheduled into develop-
you are best prepared.                                         mental courses to raise your skill level.
If I am taking the test to qualify for financial               Do these developmental courses count toward
aid, what are the testing policies?                            my degree?
(for students who do not have a high school diploma or GED)    No, they do not. However, they do count toward finan-
In order to meet the Ability to Benefit (ATB) regulations      cial aid and full-time status; most importantly, they
governing the federal financial aid programs, you must         prepare you for college English and Math and other
meet or exceed the minimum scores on each of the three         courses requiring reading, writing and math skills.
sections of the test in one testing session. If you do not
                                                               What if I have a bad day when I take the test?
pass in any one of the three sections and you opt to retake
                                                               If you know you’re having a bad day, take the test
the test, you must retake the entire test. Within any three-
                                                               another day.
month period, ATB candidates are permitted to take an
initial test and one retest. There must be a two-week wait-    How do I find out my results?
ing period between the initial test and the retest.            DO NOT TELEPHONE FOR SCORES. Math results will
                                                               be given to you immediately following the test. After
Is there a fee for this test?                                  four to five working days, you may make arrangements
The test is free. Students who wish to retest must wait        to meet with an advisor who will give you your English
two weeks before taking the test again.When students           placement test results and will discuss your next steps.
return for the second test, they must bring in a com-          Because of the confidential nature of test scores, we are
pleted copy of the “sample placement test” which is            unable to release scores over the phone.
available on the College’s web site at
http://www.camdencc.edu/testing/placementtest.htm.             When can I take the College Placement Test?
Students who request a third test must meet with an            The test is given on a walk-in basis at all three
advisor for a written referral and pay a fee before            College locations. Please refer to the test schedule in
testing again. There is a 30 day wait period between the       this booklet.
second and third test.
                                           Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                     5
       STEP
                                          Planning Your Program
       3
We encourage you to contact an academic advisor to dis-                See the College’s website for faculty and program
cuss your academic and career goals and to help you select         coordinators, and an advisor directory. Advisors are avail-
courses for the upcoming semester. Advisors are also avail-        able on a walk-in basis, both on the Blackwood and
able to provide you with accurate information regarding            Camden campuses. Call the Advisement Center in
transfer, academic policies and program requirements. It is        Blackwood, (856) 227-7200, ext. 4454 or in Camden,
recommended that you meet with an advisor to be sure               (856) 968-1325, for additional information. Advisors are
that you are making the right choices regarding your acad-         available on a limited basis at the Rohrer Center. Students
emic and career goals.                                             may call or visit the Information Desk to schedule
    First-time, full-time students must meet with an advi-         appointments, (856) 874-6000.
sor before registering. Advisors are located in the                    Students who self-advise are responsible for making
Advisement Center in the Blackwood College Community               sure all prerequisites are met and that courses selected
Center and in Room 207 at the Camden Technology Center.            satisfy program requirements.

       STEP
                                                           Registration
        4
To meet the needs of its diverse student body, Camden              courses require that you have taken the College Placement
County College offers several ways to register for sum-            Test and have placed into college-level English or have
mer classes: via the Internet (online), by mail, by fax,           completed remediation in reading and writing.
or by on-going walk-in registration. Regardless of the                Academic advising services are available. Contact our
method chosen, 100% payment is required at the                     Advisement Center in the College Community Center in
time of registration, in order to complete the process.            Blackwood at (856) 227-7200, ext. 4454 or at the Camden
                                                                   Technology Center at (856) 968-1325.
Online Registration
                                                                      If you are enrolled in a course or program not available
New students are assigned a WebAdvisor account two
                                                                   at your local county college, you must submit a
weeks after they have submitted an admissions applica-
                                                                   “Certificate of Chargeback Eligibility.” For additional
tion and completed the placement test. Students have
been assigned an ID and a password, and may register               information, see chargeback information on page 12 or
online using WebAdvisor. Go to the college’s website at            call the Records and Registration Office, Wilson Center, at
www.camdencc.edu. Click Summer 2011 Credit                         (856) 227-7200, ext. 4200.
Registration. Follow the instructions regarding regis-             Ongoing Walk-In Registration
tration and payment. Print WebAdvisor confirma-                    You can register in person at the Blackwood Campus,
tion screens and your schedule and keep a copy                     Camden City Campus, and William G. Rohrer Center. The
for your records.                                                  College has set up convenient registration times when staff
                                                                   will be available to help you. Refer to the Academic
Mail-in and Fax-in Registration
                                                                   Calendar on page 3 for applicable dates.
All students may register by mail or by fax. Registrations
                                                                       Follow the same instructions outlined for mail-in and
that are mailed/faxed are processed within 3 business days
                                                                   fax registration and bring the forms to the Records and
after they are received. First-time students should complete
an online application for admission and submit the regis-          Registration Office (Wilson Center) in Blackwood, the
tration form to be enrolled in classes.                            Technology Center (2nd floor) at the Camden City Campus
See page 3 for the deadlines for Mail-in and                       (Broadway & Cooper Streets, Camden), or to the
Fax-in Registration.                                               Information Desk at the William G. Rohrer Center in
    Students must mail the forms and proof of prerequisites        Cherry Hill.
with a check, money order or credit card information               Registration hours* for the main campus in
(VISA®, Mastercard®, American Express® or Discover®)               Blackwood are:
payable to Camden County College for the total
amount of tuition and fees. If the student is using a gov-            Monday through Friday ....8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
ernment or company authorization, that form must also              Beginning May 23:
be submitted.                                                      Monday through Thursday....8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
    If you choose to register by fax, you must use a credit card                     Friday ....9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
(VISA®, Mastercard®, American Express® or Discover®) to
make payment.                                                       *Office hours at Camden and the Rohrer Center
Fax to (856) 374-4917.                                              in Cherry Hill may vary. Please call (856) 968-
    Check your course selections for correct days, times and        1304 (Camden Campus) or (856) 874-6000
rooms and keep a copy of the schedule. Check to make                (Rohrer Center).
sure you have completed any course prerequisites. Most
6             Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
Important Financial Aid Information
SUMMER 2011
Students who have applied for financial aid for the 2010-2011 academic year and who are eligible for Federal Pell grants,
may be eligible for grant aid during the 2011 summer semester. Student loans and Federal Work Study grants are also
available to eligible students. Students who have not applied for financial aid should file the 2010-2011 FAFSA (Free
Application For Federal Student Aid) NO LATER THAN JUNE 1, 2011. File online at the www.fafsa.ed.gov website.
For more information, visit the college’s website at www.camdencc.edu and use the Quick Link feature to access finan-
cial aid information.

FALL 2011
Mark your calendars...May 1, 2011 is the college’s financial aid application priority filing deadline for the Fall 2011
term. Your federally processed, valid financial aid application and all required documents must be submitted to the
Financial Aid Office by June 1 to meet the file completion priority deadline. Please note: The State has established a fil-
ing deadline of June 1 for students who received a Tuition Aid Grant (TAG) during the 2010-2011 school year.

Now is the time to complete your 2011-2012 FAFSA. For fast, efficient processing, go to the www.pin.ed.gov website and
apply for a PIN. Parents of dependent students must also apply for a PIN. After receiving your PIN, go to
www.fafsa.ed.gov and file the FAFSA. You will use the PIN to electronically sign your application.


              See page 13 for Financial Aid Attendance Policy.




   Are you planning ahead for a Bachelor’s Degree?
     Transferring to a four-year college or university is a goal of many students.
     Careful course selection and planning are the keys to successful transfer.

                      Visit Camden County College’s
                NEWLY Expanded Transfer Services Web page:
                 www.camdencc.edu/transferservices
                         Includes detailed information regarding:
                   •   Specific four-year college program information
                   •   Admissions deadlines
                   •   Entrance/program requirements
                   •   Links to NJTransfer, the statewide credit evaluation system
                   •   Schedule of upcoming transfer events
                   •   And much more!
     For additional information, please visit the Transfer Services Office in the
     College Community Center, Room 101, or contact the office at (856) 227-
     7200, ext. 4268 or transferservices@camdencc.edu.

                                          Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                         7
      IMPORTANT PAYMENT INFORMATION
     Your registration is not complete until you have paid or made
     arrangements to pay your bill. Use this Tuition Payment Worksheet to compute
     your tuition and fees. If you are registering by mail, please include the Payment Information page
     (p. 10) along with your registration form. If you are registering by fax, please include your credit card
     payment information. Financial aid recipients should include proof of financial aid.
                         We accept VISA®, MasterCard®, American Express® and Discover®.

                PLEASE NOTE: Tuition and fee schedules were current at time of printing.
                        HOWEVER, they are subject to change without notice.


                 SUMMER 2011
          TUITION PAYMENT WORKSHEET
                 IN-COUNTY                               OUT-OF-COUNTY                         INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
    Credits Charges    Credits Charges        Credits Charges    Credits Charges         Credits Charges   Credits Charges
     1 $101.00          11   $1,111.00           1     $105.00    11   $1,155.00           1     $180.00     11   $1,980.00
     2 $202.00          12   $1,212.00           2     $210.00    12   $1,260.00           2     $360.00     12   $2,160.00
     3 $303.00          13   $1,313.00           3     $315.00    13   $1,365.00           3     $540.00     13   $2,340.00
     4 $404.00          14   $1,414.00           4     $420.00    14   $1,470.00           4     $720.00     14   $2,520.00
     5 $505.00          15   $1,515.00           5     $525.00    15   $1,575.00           5     $900.00     15   $2,700.00
     6 $606.00          16   $1,616.00           6     $630.00    16   $1,680.00           6   $1,080.00     16   $2,880.00
     7 $707.00          17   $1,717.00           7     $735.00    17   $1,785.00           7   $1,260.00     17   $3,060.00
     8 $808.00          18   $1,818.00           8     $840.00    18   $1,890.00           8   $1,440.00     18   $3,240.00
     9 $909.00          19   $1,919.00           9     $945.00    19   $1,995.00           9   $1,620.00     19   $3,420.00
    10 $1,010.00        20   $2,020.00          10   $1,050.00    20   $2,100.00          10   $1,800.00     20   $3,600.00
        * Out-of-county residents may qualify for chargeback assistance and should complete chargeback forms after
          registration. Contact the Records and Registration Office for these forms. Refer to p. 12 or the latest Camden
          County College catalog (available online at www.camdencc.edu) for more details about chargeback.

    Tuition:                                                                   A. Tuition
    Camden County Resident                                                     $101 x ____ credits = $________
    Out-of-County Resident                                                     $105 x ____ credits = $________
    International Student                                                      $180 x ____ credits = $________
    Mandatory General Service Fee:                                             B. Service Fee
    Everyone pays this fee                                                     $26 x ____ credits = $________
    Course Fee (if applicable):                                                C. Course Fee
    Course fees are listed next to “credits” in the course offerings.          $________
    Hourly Instruction Fee (if applicable):                                    D. Hourly Instruction Fee
    Hourly fees are listed next to “course fee” in the course offerings.       $________
    Facility Fee:                                                              E. Facility Fee
    $4 per credit                                                              $4 x ____ credits = $________
    Student Insurance Fee:                                                     F. Insurance Fee
    $3 per semester – The student insurance fee is assessed to all
                                                                          3.00
    full-time and part-time credit students one time only per semester. $________
    Total Tuition & Fees:                                                      G. Total Tuition & Fees
    (A+B+C+D+E+F+G)                                                            $________

The College reserves the right to change tuition and fees herein stated at any time by action of the Board of Trustees.


                      Blackwood Campus: (856) 227-7200
                      Camden City Campus: (856) 968-1304
                      William G. Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill: (856) 874-6000
8               Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                     CREDIT REGISTRATION FORM
                                  USE THIS REGISTRATION FORM FOR COURSE SELECTIONS ON PAGES 15-27.
                                 Return form to:  Camden County College                Or bring in-person
                                                  Records and Registration Office      to locations listed
                                                  P.O. Box 200, Blackwood, NJ 08012    on page 1.
                                                  Telephone: (856) 227-7200, ext. 4200
                                                  Fax: (856) 374-4917
student i.d. number: ___________________________________________                                                        summer 2011

title: J Mr.            J Ms.         J Mrs.           J Other:       ________________________________

Legal name:           _________________________________________________________________________________
                                Last                               First                       Middle

Name used in previous attendance if different from above: ________________________________________________

Mailing address: _____________________________________________________________________________
                             Number                   Street
                             _____________________________________________________________________________
                             City                                               State        Zip
County of Legal residence: J Camden      J NJ County other than Camden
                           J Out of State   J Out of U.S.

state of Legal residence: __________________
J Check here if your mailing or e-mail address has changed since you last registered.
e-mail address: _____________________________________________________________________________

Preferred telephone number / type: (                                         ) __________ -______________________
(Circle One): Home / Business / Cell                                     Cell Provider __________________________
                       Course # /                                                                                        Start          End
AuditM Session         Synonym                            Course Title                           Days (circle)           Time          Time      Credits

                                                                                             MTW R F S U

                                                                                             MTW R F S U

                                                                                             MTW R F S U

                                                                                             MTW R F S U

                                                                                             MTW R F S U

MPlease  write “AU” beside any course you wish to audit. I understand that I will not                                TOTAL CREDITS
receive credit for this course; nor will I receive Financial Aid or Veterans Benefits.

Full payment must accompany your registration. See reverse side for payment information.
                                                                                              CertifiCation:
               new students                                          Academic advisors are available to assist all students of Camden County College.
  Please fill out this section and complete                          I certify that in the absence of an advisor’s signature below, I am choosing to reg-
                                                                     ister without the benefit of academic advisement.
       an Application for Admission.
                                                                     I agree to abide by the rules and regulations of Camden County College as out-
                                                                     lined in College publications.
 date of Birth* ____ / ____ / ____                                   I understand that I am personally liable for all costs associated with my courses,
                            Month         Day        Year            including tuition and applicable fees, whether or not I receive any assistance in
                                                                     the form of loans, grants, gifts or court-ordered payments from any sources.
 *Information containing age, gender, and ethnic background
 is required for federal reporting. It does not affect admission     I certify that all information on this form is true, correct, and complete to the best
 to Camden County College. Students who are under 18 years           of my knowledge, and that I am responsible for any information that is not true.
 of age and will not have earned their high school diploma or
 GED prior to the start of their first semester must contact the                 _____________________________________
 Office of School and Community Academic Programs at (856)                                 Student’s Signature
 227-7200, ext 4530.
                                                                                                   ____ / ____ / ____
 social security number*                                                                                  Date
  _______ - _____ - __________                                                   _____________________________________
                                                                                           Print Advisor’s Name
 *Provision of your Social Security Number (SSN) is required to
 meet federal and state reporting mandates, and for debt col-                    _____________________________________
 lection. The College will not disclose your SSN without your con-                          Advisor’s Signature
 sent to anyone outside the institution except as required by law,
 and will make every effort to protect your privacy.                                                ____ / ____ / ____
                                                                                                          Date

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                                              Payment Information
                                                             (continued from previous page)
                    A late fee payment will be assessed to any delinquent balance due to the College.
A. General Information: Students may make payment ONLINE using a credit card. Students have been assigned an ID
and a password, and may pay online using WebAdvisor. Go to the college’s home page at www.camdencc.edu. Click
WebAdvisor / Student / Log In / Make a Payment. Follow the payment instructions as listed. In addition to paying
online, students may pay in person with cash, check, money order, Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, or Discover®,
mailing/faxing credit card information along with your registration, or by providing proof of your financial aid award letter.
Checks and money orders should be made payable to Camden County College. A charge of $35 will be assessed for
each check returned by the bank.
B. Tuition Payment Worksheet: Use the worksheet on page 8 to help you calculate your summer charges.
C. Credit Card Payment Information: This information is needed for all payment using Visa®, MasterCard®,
American Express®, or Discover®, including the new online payment by credit card option.

                                     ®                       ®                               ®                   ®
    Check one:             J Visa         J MasterCard           J American Express               J Discover           Amount $_____________

    Enter Account # __________ __________ __________ __________

    Cardholder Name__________________________________________________________

    Billing Address __________________________________________________________
                            NUMBER & STREET
                           __________________________________________________________
                            CITY                                                                                 STATE               ZIP
    Expiration Date ___ / ___ / ___ CVV2 Code          (3-digit number on the back of your credit card,
                                                       next to the last four digits of your credit card number)
    Cardholder Signature _____________________________ (American Express: 4-digit number on front of your card)

D. Certification: Sign below and submit with registration form if you are using the mail-in, fax-in, or walk-in registra-
tion options.
I certify that the above answers are true, correct and complete to the best of my knowledge. With my registration, I agree
to abide by the rules and regulations of Camden County College as outlined in college publications, including the College
Catalog and Student Handbook. I understand that I am personally liable for all costs associated with my courses, includ-
ing tutition and applicable fees, whether or not I receive any assistance in the form of loans, grants, gifts or court-ordered
payments from any sources including, but not limited to, the federal, state or county government, employers, or Camden
County College.
I realize that by registering for courses at Camden County College, I must take full responsibility for my course
selection(s). I also understand that it is possible to meet with a college advisor to discuss my course offerings prior to sub-
mitting the registration; however, I choose to register without the benefit of an advisor. In signing this registration form,
or submitting it electronically, I certify that my legal address is as specified on the form. I acknowledge that all statements
are true to the best of my knowledge and that false statements may constitute grounds for dismissal.

Student’s Signature________________________________ Date_______________

                         PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF YOUR COURSE SELECTIONS.
E. Refund Information: See page 3 for the last day to drop and receive a refund based on the session(s) for which you
are registering.



  Policy on Non-Discrimination in Educational Programs
  Camden County College complies with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation
  Act of 1973, the Older Americans Act of 1975 and New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination. These laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color,
  national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, sex, familial status, domestic partnership status, disability and handi-
  cap. Decisions on admission, recruitment, financial aid programs, access to course offerings, or other aspects of its educational programs or activities, including
  vocational programs and vocational opportunities, are not made on the basis of any of these factors. Inquiries regarding these laws may be directed to the Executive
  Director of Institutional Compliance, Wilson Hall West, Room 103, Camden County College, P.O. Box 200, Blackwood, NJ 08012, (856) 227-7200, extension
  4752 or to the Secretary, Department of Education, Washington, DC 20201.

10                   Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
Camden County College offers academic degree programs leading to Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Applied Science (AAS), Associate
in Fine Arts (AFA), and Associate in Science (AS) degrees The academic degree programs are classified as Career or Transfer programs.
Career programs (AAS) prepare students for entry-level employment in an occupation which requires both theoretical knowledge and
practical skills. Transfer programs (AA, AS, AFA) are designed primarily to enable students to enter the third year of baccalaureate study
at four-year colleges and universities. In addition, we offer a number of certificate programs that provide training for specialized occu-
pations. Academic Certificates (CT) are usually between 30 and 36 credits with a requirement of six credits of general education.
Certificates of Achievement (CA) can have less than 30 or more than 36 credits but do not have a general education requirement.
CODE      CAREER PROGRAMS (AAS)                                              CODE      TRANSFER PROGRAMS (continued) (AA/AFA/AS)
ACC.AAS   Accounting                                                         INT.AA    International Studies Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
ADD.AAS   Addictions Counseling                                              LNC.AA    Language & Culture Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
AUT.AAS   Automotive Technology (Apprentice)                                 GOV.AA    Law, Government & Politics Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
GMA.AAS   Automotive Technology: GM/ASEP 1                                   LAS.AA    Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
TOY.AAS   Automotive Technology: Toyota T-Ten1                               LAS.AS    Liberal Arts & Science (AS)
BIT.AAS   Biotechnology                                                      MTH.AS    Mathematics Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)
CTC.AAS   Biotechnology: Cell & Tissue Culture Option                        MUS.AA    Music Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
FSC.AAS   Biotechnology: Forensic Science Option                             NOL.AS    Nursing: Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing (AS)1, 2, 3, 4
CAD.AAS   CADD: Computer Aided Drafting and Design                           PRN.AS    Nursing: Pre-Nursing Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)
CGR.AAS   Computer Graphics                                                  PHO.AA    Photography Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
GDD.AAS   Computer Graphics: Game Design & Development                       PHY.AS    Physics Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)
CIS.AAS   Computer Information Systems                                       PPH.AS    Pre-Pharmacy Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)
PCM.AAS   Computer Information Systems: Personal Computer Option             PSY.AA    Psychology Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
CIM.AAS   Computer Integrated Manufacturing/Engineering Technology           SPE.AA    Speech Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
CST.AAS   Computer Systems Technology                                        SPM.AS    Sport Management (AS)
DAS.AAS   Dental Assisting*1, 2                                              STA.AFA   Studio Art (AFA)
DHY.AAS   Dental Hygiene*1, 2, 3                                             SPT.AA    Theatre Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)
DTT.AAS   Dietetic Technology
EET.AAS   Engineering Technology: Electrical Electronic Engineering          CODE      ACADEMIC CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS (CT)
EME.AAS   Engineering Technology: Electromechanical Engineering              CAP.CT    Computer Applications Programming
MET.AAS   Engineering Technology: Mechanical Engineering                     CGR.CT    Computer Graphics
FIN.AAS   Finance                                                            CIM.CT    Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology
FIR.AAS   Fire Science Technology                                            CPG.CT    Computer Programming
FRA.AAS   Fire Science Technology: Administration Option                     CST.CT    Computer Systems Technology
HIT.AAS   Health Information Technology                                      DAS.CT    Dental Assisting*1, 2
HSC.AAS   Health Science1                                                    HSR.CT    Developmental Disabilities
CMA.AAS   Health Science: Certified Medical Assistant Option                 MDC.CT    Medical Coding
SRG.AAS   Health Science: Surgical Technology Option1                        MOS.CT    Microsoft Office User Specialist
HTS.AAS   Hospitality Technology                                             SAT.CT    Office Assistant
MGT.AAS   Management                                                         PCS.CT    Personal Computer Specialist
BPM.AAS   Management: Business Paraprofessional Management Option            LFO.CT    Photonics: Fiber Optic Technical Specialist
SBM.AAS   Management: Small Business Management Option                       NUR.CT    Practical Nursing1,2
MKT.AAS   Marketing                                                          SSR.CT    Social Services
MAS.AAS   Massage Therapy1,2                                                 WEB.CT    Web Design Development
MLT.AAS   Medical Laboratory Technology1
ADA.AAS   Office Systems Technology Administrative Assistant                 CODE      CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT (CA)
IFP.AAS   Office Systems Technology Administrative Assistant:                ADD.CA    Addictions Counseling
          Information Processing Option
OPH.AAS   Ophthalmic Science Technology                                      AET.CA    Alternate Energy Engineering Technology
PAR.AAS   Paralegal Studies                                                  GAT.CA    Automotive General Technician
PRM.AAS   Paramedic Sciences1                                                TOY.CA    Automotive Toyota T-TEN Technician
PEM.AAS   Paramedic Sciences: Paramedic Educational                          CAD.CA    CADD: Computer Aided Drafting & Design
          Management Option1                                                 CAM.CA    Computer Aided Manufacturing Technician
PHT.AAS   Photonics: Laser/Electro-Optic Technology                          CSC.CA    Computer Science
FBR.AAS   Photonics: Laser/Electro-Optic Technology Fiber Optic Option       ACC.CA    Computerized Accounting Specialist
RST.AAS   Respiratory Therapy                                                CIA.CA    Crime & Intelligence Analysis
SLA.AAS   Sign Language Interpreter Education                                CUL.CA    Culinary
TES.AAS   Technical Studies                                                  EIT.CA    Educational Interpreter Training
ASC.AAS   Veterinary Technology1                                             EDM.CA    Emergency & Disaster Management
VIT.AAS   Video Imaging                                                      FNA.CA    Fine Art Techniques
                                                                             FRA.CA    Fire Science Technology: Fire Administration
CODE      TRANSFER PROGRAMS (AA/AFA/AS)                                      FIR.CA    Fire Science Technology: Fire Suppression
APA.AA    Applied & Fine Arts Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)           FSM.CA    Food Services Management
BIO.AS    Biology Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)                       FOP.CA    Fundamentals of Policing5
BUS.AS    Business Administration Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)       HRM.CA    Hotel and Resort Management
INF.AS    Business Administration Option: Information Systems Track /        PLC.CA    Industrial Controls: Programmable Logic Controller
          Liberal Arts & Science (AS)                                        IAP.CA    Instructional Aide Paraprofessional Core
CHM.AS    Chemistry Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)                     LAS.CA    Liberal Arts & Science
COM.AA    Communications Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                UNX.CA    Linux/UNIX Administration
PHJ.AA    Communications Option: Photo-Journalism Track /                    BPM.CA    Management: Business Paraprofessional
          Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                                        MAS.CA    Massage Therapy1
PRA.AA    Communications Option: Public Relations/Advertising Track /        MEP.CA    Meeting and Event Planning
          Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                                        MST.CA    Multi-Skilled Technician
CGR.AA    Computer Graphics Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)             MUS.CA    Music Recording
ELP.AA    Computer Graphics Option: Electronic Publishing Track /            NCM.CA    Nutrition Care Manager
          Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                                        OMT.CA    Ophthalmic Medical Technician
CSC.AA    Computer Science (AA)                                              OPH.CA    Ophthalmic Science Apprentice
CSC.AS    Computer Science (AS)                                              PRM.CA    Paramedic Sciences1
CRJ.AS    Criminal Justice (AS)                                              PT.CA     Personal Trainer
DAN.AA    Dance Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                         RES.CA    Real Estate Sales
SLS.AA    Deaf Studies Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                  RDB.CA    Relational Database Management System Using ORACLE
ECE.AA    Early Childhood Education Option/Liberal Arts & Science (AA)       SRG.CA    Surgical Technology1
EDU.AS    Elementary/Secondary Education (AS)
EGR.AS    Engineering Science (AS)
ENG.AA    English Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                           *Fall start only
ENV.AS    Environmental Science Option/Liberal Arts & Science (AS)               1Selective programs (special admission requirements)
FDS.AS    Food Science Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)                      2Certificate of Health from a physician is required
HPE.AS    Health and Exercise Science Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AS)       3ACT or SAT scores required
HST.AA    History Option / Liberal Arts & Science (AA)                           4Students must also apply directly to School of Nursing
HSR.AS    Human Services (AS)                                                    5Students must apply through the Camden County Police Academy
DEV.AS    Human Services: Developmental Disabilities Option (AS)
ECH.AS    Human Services: Early Childhood Education Option (AS)

                                                Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                                          11
Policies
Regulation of Classes                                               Late Registration
Camden County College reserves the right to regulate the num-       Late registration is usually allowed if only one class meeting
ber of students in a class, to cancel a class, or to change the     has been missed. After a class has met more than once, late
times of classes and instructors. The calendars, courses, and       registration may be denied, or may be allowed with the per-
curricula described herein are subject to change by the College     mission of the instructor or area dean. A $25 fee is assessed for
at any time. The College also reserves the right to change          late registrations.
tuition and fees herein stated at any time by action of the Board
of Trustees.                                                        Course Changes
                                                                    Once the session begins, a $25 processing fee is assessed each
Student E-mail                                                      time a student makes a schedule adjustment – except for
All students are issued a Camden County College e-mail              changes due to cancelled courses or other institutional rea-
account during their first semester of registration. E-mail         sons. When adding courses, payment is due at the time of reg-
accounts are available one week after a student registers for       istration. If payment is not made, your entire semester sched-
the first time. Students must initially activate their e-mail       ule may be cancelled. Students making changes in their class
accounts. This e-mail account will become the College’s offi-       schedules may do this online using WebAdvisor or may process
cial means of communicating with students. The College              a Drop/Add Form through the Office of Records and
will not send official communication to other e-mail                Registration. Any student desiring to change a course in order
addresses. Students are responsible to read messages in this        to obtain a refund may do so during regular business hours.
account on a regular basis. For more information regarding          Course changes will be accepted at all College locations, and
student e-mail go to the College’s website at                       online. Refer to the Academic Calendar on page 3 for course
http://www.camdencc.edu/oit/studentemailnew.htm                     change deadlines for each session.
or contact the 24/7 Student Help Desk at 1-877-326-4512.
                                                                    Tuition Refund/Summer 2011
Chargeback Information                                              Students who register for courses at Camden County
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR                                          College are entering into a contract with the College to pay
ALL OUT-OF-COUNTY STUDENTS                                          the cost of associated tuition and fees. Students may receive a
All students from New Jersey counties other than Camden             100% refund of tuition and fees paid for courses at Camden
County, who have been accepted or are enrolled at Camden            County College, if courses are officially dropped prior to
County College in chargeback eligible programs or courses           the first day of the start date of the session in
that are not offered at their own county/community college          which the courses are scheduled. Students may receive a 50%
are eligible for chargeback. If you are not a Camden County         refund of tuition and fees paid if courses are officially dropped
resident, this means that your home county pays funds to            on or after the first day of the start date of the
Camden County College for your attendance here and you are          session in which the courses are scheduled and by the
required to follow the procedures below:                            end date of the schedule adjustment period for the
                                                                    session in which the courses are scheduled. After these
• After you register at Camden County College, take your reg-
                                                                    deadline dates, students are not entitled to a
  istration statement to the Admissions or Registrar’s Office at
                                                                    refund. If students wish to appeal this policy due to mitigat-
  the county college in your home county and request a
                                                                    ing circumstances, they may do so by following the appropri-
  chargeback.
                                                                    ate tuition refund appeal procedures. Please note that fees are
• Your home county college office will complete the proper          non-refundable and there are no cash refunds. Refer to page 3
  authorization forms for chargeback eligibility, and then          for tuition refund dates for the various sessions. No refunds
  direct you to your county clerk or county treasurer’s office.     will be issued after these drop deadlines. Course
  If your program or course has been determined chargeback          changes after the 50% refund deadlines are considered with-
  eligible by your home county college, your county clerk will      drawals. Withdrawals are not subject to a refund.
  provide you with a certificate of residency for chargeback
  eligibility.                                                      Withdrawals
• Return this form to the Business Office at Camden County          To withdraw from a course after a drop deadline, a student
  College.                                                          must complete a Course Withdrawal form and submit it to the
                                                                    Records and Registration Office by the withdrawal deadline
• If the chargeback is refused, have your home county college
                                                                    (see the Academic Calendar on page 3). The course will
  office issue you a chargeback denial form and return this
                                                                    remain on the student’s academic record with a grade of W.
  form to the Business Office at Camden County College. If
                                                                        Any forms not properly submitted by the student to the
  your county college does not have such a form, ask for a
                                                                    Office of Records and Registration may result in a grade of F
  typed denial statement on college letterhead; then you can
                                                                    appearing on the student’s academic record. This applies
  return that denial form to the Camden County College
                                                                    whether the student attended any classes or none at all.
  Business Office. Failure to properly complete the chargeback
                                                                    Withdrawals may not be processed online and are
  application process will result in an increased tuition
                                                                    not subject to a refund.
  charge for the student.

12               Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                                                        Policies
Financial Aid Attendance Policy                                     Unemployed Persons’
Students who are eligible for financial aid (including              Tuition Waiver Registration
grants and loans) are required to remain enrolled in                Students with a properly completed ES Certification/
order to receive those funds. Students who never attend, or         Referral from the New Jersey Division of Employment
cease attending their classes jeopardize their financial aid for    Services (dated no later than 30 days prior to registration)
both current and future semesters. If the student does not          and who have filed the Free Application for Federal Student
remain enrolled until the end of the semester in at least one       Aid (FASFSA) may be able to enroll in certain courses on a
class, the College is required to adjust the student’s financial    space available basis without payment of tuition. Students
aid. When a student’s financial aid is adjusted, the                are still responsible for paying course fees, gen-
student remains responsible for all tuition, fee,                   eral service fees, hourly instruction fee, facilities
book voucher and stipend amounts. For more infor-                   fee, late fees, books, etc. To take advantage of this
mation about how your attendance impacts your financial aid         tuition waiver program, eligible persons must come in person
eligibility, please read the Financial Aid Handbook.                with the required paperwork to the Financial Aid Office in
                                                                    Wilson Hall West Room 100 or Camden Technology Center
V.A. Educational Benefits                                           Room 209 to receive the authorization form. After receiving
The College is an official certifying agent for V.A.                the authorization, eligible students may register at all three
Educational Benefits. Students who believe they are                 college locations on or after the 100% refund deadline date for
entitled to V.A. Educational Benefits should contact the            a session. (See page 3 for specific dates.) Waivers will NOT be
Veterans Services Center, Room 202, College Community               approved after the fact. Regular tuition and fees are charged
Center, Blackwood Campus at (856) 374-4960 or e-mail                when you register before these dates. For more information
va@camdencc.edu.                                                    call the Financial Aid Office at (856) 374-4985.

Parking Decals and I.D. Cards                                       National Guard
All students should obtain parking decals and College I.D.          Tuition Waiver Registration
cards. To get a parking decal, bring your automobile registra-      Students with a Commander’s Letter (dated no later than 60
tion and license plate information to the Public Safety Office      days prior to the day the form is submitted to the Financial
in Wilson Center, Blackwood Campus; to the Public Safety            Aid Office) from their National Guard unit and who have filed
Office on the first floor of College Hall in Camden; or to the      the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFSA) may be
Information Desk at the Rohrer Center. The College I.D. card        able to enroll in certain courses without payment of tuition.
may be obtained at these same locations with photo ID, proof        Students are still responsible for paying course
of registration and bill payment.                                   fees, general service fees, hourly instruction fee,
                                                                    facilities fee, late fees, books, etc.
Senior Citizen Registration                                             To take advantage of this tuition waiver program, eligi-
Persons who are 65 years of age or older will be permitted to       ble persons must come in person with the required paper-
enroll in regularly scheduled credit courses without payment of     work to Room 202 in the Otto R. Mauke College Community
any tuition charges. Senior citizens are still responsi-            Center, to receive the authorization form. Eligible students
ble for paying course fees, general service fees,                   may register at all three College locations during the “open”
hourly instruction fee, facilities fee, late fees,                  registration period. For more information call the Veterans
books, etc. Seniors who are eligible for and receive financial      Services Center at (856) 374-4960.
aid will NOT be eligible for a waiver of tuition for the same
costs.                                                              Campus Safety and Security
     To take advantage of the free tuition offer, senior citizens   In accordance with the Student Right-To-Know, Campus
must register in person in Wilson Center on the Blackwood           Security and Campus Assault Victims Acts, the College makes
Campus, in the Camden Technology Center at the Camden               available information on campus safety and security, includ-
Campus or at the Information Desk at the William G. Rohrer          ing crime statistics. To receive a copy of this information or a
Center on or after the 100% refund deadline date for a session.     copy of the Campus Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights and proce-
The dates are listed in the Academic Calendar on page 3.            dures, contact the Public Safety Office in Wilson Center or call
(Regular tuition and fees are charged when senior citizens          (856) 227-7200, ext. 4288 on the Blackwood Campus.
register before these dates.) Waivers will NOT be approved
after the fact. For more information, call or visit the Records     Grade Reports
and Registration Office, located in Wilson Center, (856) 227-       Students are able to view their grades online via WebAdvisor.
7200, ext. 4200. Some courses are not eligible for the waiver.      See page 1 for information on accessing your WebAdvisor
                                                                    account. Grade reports will not be mailed. For additional
                                                                    information please contact the Records and Registration
                                                                    Office at (856) 227-7200, ext. 4200.



                                          Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                              13
Course Descriptions & Offerings
  Course descriptions and program curricula are detailed in the Academic Program
  Guide. Academic Program Guides are available at all three Camden County
  College locations, and also can be viewed online or downloaded from the college
  website. Visit www.camdencc.edu and under Popular Links click on the
  College Publications link.

1. Campus: Courses not meeting on the Blackwood                      HER = Heritage Square (Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill)
   Campus, are marked with a three-letter code in the                HFN = Helene Fuld School of Nursing
   first column of the course listing, and also are color            JEF = Jefferson Hall
   coded. Courses marked with CAM meet at our                        LAS = Laser Institute of Technology Building
                                                                     LIB = Blackwood Campus Library
   Camden City Campus and are highlighted with a
                                                                     LIN = Lincoln Hall
   gray tint; courses marked with ROH meet at the                    LRDS = Lourdes Institute of Holistic Studies*
   William G. Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill and are                   MAD = Madison Hall
   highlighted with a blue tint; courses marked with                 OLOL = Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing*
   OFF meet at off-campus sites (e.g. COL) and are                   ROH = William G. Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill
   listed in bold blue type; and courses marked                      TAF = Taft Hall
   with OL are online courses which require internet                 TRL = Trailers/Blackwood Campus
   access and are listed in bold black type.                         TRU = Truman Hall
                                                                     WLW = Wilson Hall West
2. Session #: Identifies the dates during which                      * Off-Campus Locations
   courses are offered. List the session # on the regis-
   tration form. For example, 11/SM1 is the code for             6. Day Abbreviations: The letters preceding the
   the first 5-week summer session.                                 time indicate the day(s) the course meets:
                                                                    M = Monday        T = Tuesday W = Wednesday
3. Course Number & Title: Courses are listed in                     R = Thursday F = Friday            S = Saturday
   this brochure with an eight-or-more-character,                   U = Sunday
   alphanumeric course number.
                                                                      For example, a course meeting on - MTWR -
   Example: Subject/Course Number Course Title
                                                                      meets on four (4) days: Monday, Tuesday,
             ENG-101-01               English Comp I
                                                                      Wednesday and Thursday. You must attend
4. Synonyms: These are short versions of course                       all four days.
   numbers that can be used for online registration              7. Times: Indicate the start and end times of the
   instead of the course number. Synonyms are five                  course each day it meets.
   digits.
                                                                 8. Instructor: Instructor information is available
5. Building/Room: The location of the classroom is                  online via WebAdvisor.
   denoted by the name of the building and the room
   number.                                                       9. Credits (CR): The number of credits assigned to
                                                                    each course is listed. This number also is used when
   Building Abbreviation Codes:                                     calculating tuition and the general service fee.
   ADM = Adams Hall
   CAM = Camden College Hall                                     10. Course Fee: If a course has a course fee, the
   CIM = Gabriel E. Danch Computer Integrated                        amount is listed to the right of the credits column.
         Manufacturing (CIM) Center                                  Please be sure to add this amount when calculating
   COM = Otto R. Mauke Community Center                              tuition and fees.
   CON = Madison Connector Building
   CRJ = Cpt. Thomas J. McDonnell
                                                                 11. Hourly Instruction Fee: If a course has an
         Criminal Justice Center                                     hourly instruction fee, the amount is listed in the
   CTC = Camden Technology Center                                    far right column. Please be sure to add this amount
   GYM = Joseph Papiano Memorial Gymnasium                           when calculating tuition and fees.



 Camden County College reserves the right to regulate the number of students in a class, to cancel a class or to change the
 times of classes and instructors. Also, the Academic Calendar, courses and curricula described herein are subject to change by
 the College at any time. The College also reserves the right to change tuition and fees herein stated at any time by action of
 the Board of Trustees.


14             Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                     Summer 2011 Credit Courses
                   Master Course List – All Locations
                                                                                                                                         Hourly
                    Subject/                                                                             Times                         Instruction
Campus Session#     Course#               Title                     Synonym Bldg/Room       Days       start - end    Credits CourseFee Fee

                   FIRST FIVE-WEEK SUMMER                             SESSION (May 23 - June 23)
    11/SM1        ACC-104-A01 Financial Accounting                      91973 MAD 211 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        ACC-104-A51 Financial Accounting                      91974 MAD 211 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM1        ACC-104-A65 Financial Accounting                      91975 ROH 106B TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM 3
    11/SM1        ACC-105-A01 Managerial Accounting                     91976 MAD 207 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        ALH-115-A01 Basic Phlebotomy Tech                     91977 TRU 125 TWR 01:00PM 02:50PM 1                   17.00       65.00
    11/SM1        ART-101-A01 Art Appreciation                          91978 LIN 017 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
    11/SM1        ART-101-A02 Art Appreciation                          91979 LIN 017 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        BIO-103-A01 Human Biology                             91980 TAF 102 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
ROH 11/SM1        BIO-103-A65 Human Biology                             91981 HER 107 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
    11/SM1        BIO-117-A01 Basic Anatomy & Physiology I              91982 TAF 303 MTWR 09:00AM 10:20AM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 303 MTWR 10:30AM 01:10PM
       11/SM1     BIO-117-A51 Basic Anatomy & Physiology I              91983 MAD 204 MTWR 06:00PM 07:20PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                HFN 210 MTWR 07:30PM 10:10PM
       11/SM1     BIO-117-A52 Basic Anatomy & Physiology I              91984 TAF 108 MTWR 07:40PM 09:00PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 304 MTWR 04:45PM 07:25PM
CAM 11/SM1        BIO-117-A81 Basic Anatomy & Physiology I              95932 CAM 302 MTWR 08:00AM 09:20AM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                CAM 310 MTWR 09:50AM 12:30PM
       11/SM1     BIO-211-A01 Anatomy & Phys I                          91985 TAF 108 MTWR 08:30AM 09:50AM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 304 MTWR 10:00AM 12:40PM
       11/SM1     BIO-211-A02 Anatomy & Phys I                          91986 TAF 110 MTWR 09:00AM 10:20AM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                HFN 210 MTWR 10:30AM 01:10PM
       11/SM1     BIO-211-A03 Anatomy & Phys I                          91987 HFN 206 MTWR 12:15PM 01:35PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                HFN 210 MTWR 01:45PM 04:25PM
       11/SM1     BIO-211-A04 Anatomy & Phys I                          91988 TAF 303 MTWR 01:15PM 02:35PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 303 MTWR 02:45PM 05:25PM
       11/SM1     BIO-211-A51 Anatomy & Phys I                          91989 TAF 102 MTWR 06:00PM 07:20PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 303 MTWR 07:30PM 10:10PM
       11/SM1     BIO-211-A52 Anatomy & Phys I                          91990 TAF 108 MTWR 06:00PM 07:20PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 304 MTWR 07:30PM 10:10PM
CAM 11/SM1        BIO-211-A90 Anatomy & Phys I                          91991 CAM 312 MTWR 06:00PM 07:20PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                CAM 310 MTWR 07:30PM 10:10PM
       11/SM1     BIO-212-A01 Anatomy & Phys II                         91992 MAD 301 MTWR 10:30AM 12:10PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                HFN 210 MTWR 08:00AM 10:20AM
       11/SM1     BIO-212-A02 Anatomy & Phys II                         91993 TAF 108 MTWR 12:00PM 01:20PM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 304 MTWR 01:30PM 04:10PM
       11/SM1     BUS-201-COOP1Co-op I: Business                        91994 TBA TBA TBA TBA                3
       11/SM1     CGR-104-A01HBElements & Prin Graphic Design 96000 CIM 208-S W 09:00AM 12:00PM 3                             76.00
                  (CGR-104-A01HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SM1     CHM-101-A01 General Chemistry I                       91996 MAD 102 MW 08:00AM 12:00PM 4                    68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 300 TR 08:00AM 12:00PM
       11/SM1     CHM-101-A51 General Chemistry I                       91997 TAF 110 TR 06:00PM 10:00PM 4                    68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 300 MW 06:00PM 10:00PM
       11/SM1     CHM-111-A51 Chemistry I-Science                       91999 TAF 110 MW 06:00PM 10:00PM 4                    68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 300 TR 06:00PM 10:00PM
       11/SM1     CHM-221-A01 Organic Chemistry I                       92000 TAF 302 MTWR 08:30AM 10:30AM 4                  68.00      130.00
                                                                                TAF 302 MTWR 11:00AM 01:00PM
       11/SM1     CIS-191-A51HB Internet: Tools and Techniques          95899 CIM 208-S TR 06:00PM 08:00PM 3                  76.00       25.00
                  (CIS-191-A51HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
    11/SM1        COM-141-A01 Intro to Broadcasting I                   96011 LIN 018 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3                  36.00
    11/SM1        COM-197-IND Ind Study-Comm                            92001 TBA TBA TBA TBA                3
    11/SM1        CRJ-103-A01 Legal Systems                             92002 CRJ 107 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
    11/SM1        CRJ-207-A51 Terrorism                                 92006 CRJ 107 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
    11/SM1        CRJ-251-A01 Crime Analysis                            95973 CRJ 107 MTWR 12:30PM 02:30PM 3                  36.00
    11/SM1        CSC-101-A01 Computer Literacy                         92008 CIM 214-S MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3                51.00
    11/SM1        CSC-101-A02 Computer Literacy                         92011 CIM 214-S MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3                51.00
    11/SM1        CSC-101-A03 Computer Literacy                         92013 CIM 214-S TWR 01:00PM 03:30PM 3                 51.00
    11/SM1        CSC-101-A04 Computer Literacy                         92015 CIM 109-S TWR 10:00AM 12:30PM 3                 51.00
    11/SM1        CSC-101-A51 Computer Literacy                         92016 CIM 214-S TWR 06:00PM 08:30PM 3                 51.00
ROH 11/SM1        CSC-101-A65 Computer Literacy                         92018 ROH 101 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3                   51.00
CAM 11/SM1        CSC-101-A80 Computer Literacy                         92019 CTC 214 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3                  51.00

                                             LOCATION LEGEND
   Blackwood Campus            CAM - Camden City Campus    ROH - William G. Rohrer Center     OFF - Off Campus Site    OL - Online Course

                                                  Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                                  15
                                   Master Course List – All Locations
                                                                                                                             Hourly
                  Subject/                                                                    Times                        Instruction
Campus Session#   Course#         Title                      Synonym Bldg/Room   Days       start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

CAM 11/SM1   CSC-101-A90 Computer Literacy                        92021 CTC 212 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 51.00
    11/SM1   CSC-151-A01 HTML Programming                         96022 CIM 217-S TWR 01:00PM 03:30PM 3 51.00
    11/SM1   DAN-111-A01 Ballet I                                 96015 LIN 006 MTWR 09:00AM 12:00PM 3                         65.00
    11/SM1   ECO-101-A01 Macroeconomics                           92022 MAD 207 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
    11/SM1   ECO-101-A51 Macroeconomics                           92024 MAD 205 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM1   ECO-101-A60 Macroeconomics                           92025 ROH 106B TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3
    11/SM1   EDU-100-A01 Teaching: Intro to Profession            92027 MAD 307 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
    11/SM1   EDU-101-A01 Trends/American Educ                     92028 MAD 307 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   EGR-250-A51 Elec/Computer Engine: Digital            95990 CIM 103 MTWR 05:20PM 07:58PM 3 51.00                   65.00
    11/SM1   ENG-013-A01 Reading Skills III                       92033 MAD 304 MTWR 12:30PM 02:30PM 3 36.00
CAM 11/SM1   ENG-013-A81 Reading Skills III                       92035 CAM 304 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-023-A01 Writing Skills III                       92037 CIM 110-S MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-023-A51 Writing Skills III                       92040 CIM 105 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
CAM 11/SM1   ENG-023-A81 Writing Skills III                       92041 CTC 214 MTWR 12:30PM 02:30PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-101-A01 English Comp I                           92044 MAD 201 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-101-A02 English Comp I                           92047 MAD 312 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-101-A51 English Comp I                           92050 MAD 315 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-101-A52 English Comp I                           92052 MAD 301 TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM1   ENG-101-A61 English Comp I                           92054 ROH 104 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-102-A01 English Comp II                          92057 MAD 301 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-102-A02 English Comp II                          92059 MAD 311 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-102-A51 English Comp II                          92061 MAD 207 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM1   ENG-102-A60 English Comp II                          92063 ROH 104 TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   ENG-121-A01 Intro to Literature                      92064 MAD 111 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
    11/SM1   ENG-271-A01 World Literature I                       92067 CON 352 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   ENG-271-A51 World Literature I                       92070 MAD 111 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM1   ENG-281-A61 American Literature I                    92072 ROH 101 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3
    11/SM1   FNS-105-A01 Intro to Nutrition                       92074 MAD 203 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   FNS-105-A51 Intro to Nutrition                       92077 MAD 203 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
    11/SM1   FRE-101-A01 Elem French I                            92079 JEF 306 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1   GEO-101-A01 Cultural Geography                       92082 MAD 111 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   HIS-101-A01 World Civilization I                     92085 MAD 303 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
    11/SM1   HIS-101-A02 World Civilization I                     92087 MAD 305 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   HIS-101-A51 World Civilization I                     92089 MAD 305 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM1   HIS-101-A65 World Civilization I                     92092 ROH 106B TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM1   HIS-101-A80 World Civilization I                     92096 CAM 304 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
CAM 11/SM1   HIS-101-A90 World Civilization I                     92099 CAM 304 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
    11/SM1   HIS-121-A01 US History I                             92100 MAD 303 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   HIS-121-A51 US History I                             92104 MAD 303 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM1   HIS-121-A61 US History I                             92106 ROH 206 TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3
    11/SM1   HPE-102-A01 Health & Wellness                        92108 CRJ 105 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
    11/SM1   HPE-106-A01 Stress Management                        92113 MAD 205 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
CAM 11/SM1   HPE-106-A90 Stress Management                        92116 CAM 500 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
    11/SM1   HPE-119-A01 Cardio Kickboxing                        92118 GYM 104 TWR 10:00AM 11:40AM 1 12.00                    65.00
    11/SM1   HPE-161-A01 Weight Training                          95970 GYM 135 TWR 08:00AM 09:40AM 1 12.00                    65.00
    11/SM1   HPE-170-A01 First Aid/Safety/Prev                    95967 GYM 103 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 51.00
    11/SM1   HSR-101-A51 Intro to Human Svcs                      95980 MAD 307 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
    11/SM1   HSR-133-A01 Curr: Early Childhood                    95978 MAD 107 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
ROH 11/SM1   MKT-101-A60HB Prin of Marketing                      92120 ROH 206 TR 09:00AM 11:00AM 3 25.00
             (MKT-101-A60HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
    11/SM1 MTH-011-A01 Math Fundamentals                          92124 MAD 115 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-011-A02 Math Fundamentals                          92134 JEF 302 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-011-A51 Math Fundamentals                          92136 MAD 301 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
CAM 11/SM1 MTH-011-A81 Math Fundamentals                          92141 CTC 206 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-029-A01 Elem Algebra Traditional                   92142 MAD 204 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
    11/SM1 MTH-029-A02 Elem Algebra Traditional                   92146 MAD 115 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
    11/SM1 MTH-029-A03 Elem Algebra Traditional                   92149 MAD 102 MTWR 01:00PM 03:40PM 4 48.00
CAM 11/SM1 MTH-029-A80 Elem Algebra Traditional                   92151 CTC 206 MTWR 12:30PM 03:10PM 4 48.00
    11/SM1 MTH-101-A01 Concepts of Math                           92154 MAD 110 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-105-A51 Math Sys I: Structures                     92155 MAD 107 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-107-A01 Math for Liberal Arts                      92156 MAD 103 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM1 MTH-107-A61 Math for Liberal Arts                      92158 ROH 106A TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-109-A01 Intermediate Algebra Extended              92159 MAD 110 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
    11/SM1 MTH-109-A51 Intermediate Algebra Extended              92162 TAF 100 MTWR 05:30PM 08:10PM 4 48.00
    Note: Elem of Statistics I, College Algebra, Applied Calculus and College Algebra & Trig require a TI-83 Calculator
    11/SM1 MTH-111-A01 Elem of Statistics I                       92164 TAF 100 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-111-A02 Elem of Statistics I                       92166 MAD 103 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00


16                Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                       Master Course List – All Locations
                                                                                                                                      Hourly
                    Subject/                                                                        Times                           Instruction
Campus Session#     Course#           Title                       Synonym Bldg/Room    Days       start - end      Credits CourseFee Fee

    11/SM1 MTH-111-A51 Elem of Statistics I                        92168   MAD 110 TWR         05:30PM   08:00PM     3     36.00
ROH 11/SM1 MTH-111-A65 Elem of Statistics I                        92170   ROH 106A TWR        05:30PM   08:00PM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM1 MTH-111-A90 Elem of Statistics I                        92171   CAM 517 TWR         05:30PM   08:00PM     3     36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-120-A01 College Algebra                             92173   MAD 310 MTWR        08:00AM   10:00AM     3     36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-122-A01 Applied Calculus                            92175   TAF 100 MTWR        01:00PM   03:00PM     3     36.00
    11/SM1 MTH-125-A01 College Alg & Trig                          92177   TAF 100 MTWR        10:15AM   12:55PM     4     48.00
ROH 11/SM1 MTH-125-A65 College Alg & Trig                          92181   HER 104 MTWR        05:20PM   08:00PM     4     48.00
    11/SM1 MTH-140-A01 Calculus I                                  92182   MAD 210 MTWR        10:15AM   12:55PM     4     48.00
           (MTH-140-A01 may require a graphing calculator)
    11/SM1 MUS-113-A51 Jazz History                                96019 LIN 019 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
OFF 11/SM1 NOL-100-A72 Intro to Nursing                            92270 OLOL LOURDES T 08:00AM 02:00PM 2
OFF 11/SM1 NOL-320-A71 Trnd & ISS in Nursing                       92271 OLOL LOURDES T 09:00AM 12:00PM 3 25.00
           (NOL-320-A71 meets 5/23 & 6/21)
    11/SM1 PAR-201-A51 Legal Research & Writing I                  96026        MAD 212 TWR    07:00PM   09:30PM 3         51.00
    11/SM1 PAR-206-ACOOPParalegal Internship                       92188        TBA TBA TBA    TBA               3
    11/SM1 PHL-101-A01 Intro to Philosophy                         92189        MAD 310 MTWR   10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM1 PHL-131-A51 Intro to Ethics                             92190        MAD 313 TWR    05:30PM   08:00PM 3
    11/SM1 PHL-232-A01 Biomedical Ethics                           92192        MAD 315 MTWR   10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM1 PHL-232-A02 Biomedical Ethics                           92194        MAD 315 MTWR   12:30PM   02:30PM 3
    11/SM1 PHY-101-A01 Physics I                                   92196        LAS 102 MTWR   08:00AM   12:00PM 4         68.00      130.00
    11/SM1 PHY-101-A02 Physics I                                   92198        LAS 114 MW     01:00PM   05:00PM 4         68.00      130.00
                                                                                LAS 102 TR     01:00PM   05:00PM
       11/SM1     PHY-101-A51 Physics I                                92200 LAS 102 MTWR      05:30PM   09:30PM 4         68.00      130.00
       11/SM1     PHY-201-A01 Physics III                              92202 LAS 114 TR        01:00PM   05:00PM 4         68.00      130.00
                                                                                LAS 102 MW     01:00PM   05:00PM
    11/SM1        POL-101-A01 Intro Political Sci                      92204 MAD 313 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        POL-111-A01 Public Administration                    92206 CRJ 106 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-101-A02 Basic Psychology                         92208 MAD 113 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-101-A03 Basic Psychology                         92213 MAD 113 MTWR      12:30PM   02:30PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-101-A51 Basic Psychology                         92215 MAD 113 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-101-A52 Basic Psychology                         92217 MAD 113 TWR       08:10PM   10:40PM 3
ROH 11/SM1        PSY-101-A61 Basic Psychology                         92218 ROH 201 TWR       09:00AM   11:30AM 3
CAM 11/SM1        PSY-101-A81 Basic Psychology                         92219 CTC 210B MTWR     10:15AM   12:15PM 3
CAM 11/SM1        PSY-101-A90 Basic Psychology                         92221 CTC 210A TWR      05:30PM   08:00PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-103-A51 Educational Psych                        92223 MAD 310 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-105-A01 Child Psychology                         92224 MAD 107 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-109-A01 Developmental Psych                      92225 MAD 310 MTWR      12:30PM   02:30PM 3
    11/SM1        PSY-109-A01HB Developmental Psych                    92228 MAD 113 TR        08:00AM   10:00AM 3         25.00
                  (PSY-109-A01HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SM1     SOC-101-A01 Intro to Sociology                       92229 CON 358 MTWR      08:00AM   10:00AM     3
       11/SM1     SOC-101-A02 Intro to Sociology                       92233 CON 358 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM     3
       11/SM1     SOC-101-A03 Intro to Sociology                       92235 CON 358 MTWR      12:30PM   02:30PM     3
       11/SM1     SOC-101-A51 Intro to Sociology                       92237 CON 358 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3
ROH    11/SM1     SOC-101-A61 Intro to Sociology                       92238 ROH 106B TWR      09:00AM   11:30AM     3
CAM    11/SM1     SOC-101-A90 Intro to Sociology                       92240 CTC 210B TWR      05:30PM   08:00PM     3
       11/SM1     SOC-201-A01 Soc of the Family                        92241 CON 354 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM     3
       11/SM1     SPA-101-A01 Elementary Spanish I                     92242 MAD 304 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM     3     36.00
       11/SM1     SPA-101-A51 Elementary Spanish I                     92245 JEF 302 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3     36.00
ROH    11/SM1     SPA-101-A61 Elementary Spanish I                     92246 ROH 106A TWR      09:00AM   11:30AM     3     36.00
ROH    11/SM1     SPA-101-A65 Elementary Spanish I                     92248 ROH 104 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3     36.00
       11/SM1     SPA-201-A51 Inter Spanish I                          92249 JEF 302 TWR       08:10PM   10:40PM     3     36.00
       11/SM1     SPE-102-A01 Public Speaking                          92251 LIN 019 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM     3
       11/SM1     SPE-102-A51 Public Speaking                          92254 LIN 018 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3
ROH    11/SM1     SPE-102-A65 Public Speaking                          92256 ROH 206 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3
CAM    11/SM1     SPE-102-A81 Public Speaking                          92258 CAM 324 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM     3
ROH    11/SM1     THE-121-A60 Theatre Appreciation                     96017 ROH 201 TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3
CAM    11/SM1     THE-121-A80 Theatre Appreciation                     96018 CAM 408 MTWR      10:15AM   12:15PM     3
         SECOND FIVE-WEEK SUMMER                                   SESSION (June               28 -      August 1)
    11/SM2 ACC-104-B01 Financial Accounting                        92004 MAD 211 MTWR          10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM2 ACC-105-B01 Managerial Accounting                       95994 MAD 107 MTWR          10:15AM   12:15PM 3
    11/SM2 ACC-105-B51 Managerial Accounting                       92005 MAD 211 TWR           05:30PM   08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM2 ACC-105-B65 Managerial Accounting                       92007 ROH 106B TWR          08:10PM   10:40PM 3
    11/SM2 ART-101-B01 Art Appreciation                            92009 LIN 017 MTWR          08:00AM   10:00AM 3
    11/SM2 ART-121-B02 Basic Drawing I                             92010 LIN 009 TWR           10:00AM   01:20PM 3 51.00
    11/SM2 ART-151-B02 Ceramics & Pottery I                        95974 LIN 012 TWR           10:00AM   01:20PM 3 51.00               65.00
    11/SM2 BIO-118-B01 Basic Anatomy & Physiology II               92012 HFN 206 MTWR          10:35AM   12:15PM 4 68.00              130.00
                                                                         HFN 210 MTWR          08:00AM   10:20AM
CAM 11/SM2 BIO-118-B81           Basic Anatomy & Physiology II     95933 CAM 302 MTWR          08:00AM   09:20AM 4 68.00              130.00
                                                                         CAM 310 MTWR          09:50AM   12:30PM
       11/SM2 BIO-212-B01        Anatomy & Phys II                 92014 TAF 303 MTWR          09:00AM   10:20AM 4 68.00              130.00
                                                                         TAF 303 MTWR          10:30AM   01:10PM

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       11/SM2 BIO-212-B02            Anatomy & Phys II                92017 MAD 305 MTWR          09:00AM    10:20AM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                              HFN 210 MTWR        10:30AM    01:10PM
       11/SM2     BIO-212-B51 Anatomy & Phys II                       92020 TAF 110 MTWR          06:00PM    07:20PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                              TAF 303 MTWR        07:30PM    10:10PM
       11/SM2     BIO-212-B52 Anatomy & Phys II                       92023 TAF 108 MTWR          06:00PM    07:20PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                              HFN 210 MTWR        07:30PM    10:10PM
CAM 11/SM2        BIO-212-B90 Anatomy & Phys II                       92026 CAM 312 MTWR          06:00PM    07:20PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 310 MTWR       07:30PM    10:10PM
       11/SM2     BUS-201-BCOOP Co-op I: Business                     92029 TBA         TBA       TBA        TBA         3
       11/SM2     CGR-270-BCOOP Computer Graphics Intern/Co-Op 92030 TBA                TBA       TBA        TBA         3
       11/SM2     CHM-102-B01 General Chemistry II                    92031 MAD 102 MW            08:00AM    12:00PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                              TAF 300 TR          08:00AM    12:00PM
       11/SM2     CHM-102-B51 General Chemistry II                    92032 MAD 102 TR            06:00PM    10:00PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                              TAF 300 MW          06:00PM    10:00PM
       11/SM2     CHM-112-B51 Chemistry II-Science                    92036 MAD 102 MW            06:00PM    10:00PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                              TAF 300 TR          06:00PM    10:00PM
ROH 11/SM2        CHM-140-B66HB Chemistry & Society                   92038 ROH 202 MW            06:00PM    10:00PM     4     93.00      130.00
                  (CHM-140-B66HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SM2     CHM-222-B01 Organic Chemistry II                    92039 TAF 302 MTWR          08:30AM 10:30AM 4            68.00      130.00
                                                                              TAF 302 MTWR        11:00AM 01:00PM
       11/SM2     COL-011-PAC2 College Success                        92273 JEF 306 TWR           10:00AM 11:25AM 2
                  (COL-011-PAC2 meets 6/28 - 8/4)
CAM 11/SM2        CRJ-106-B80 Contemp Corrections                     92042 CTC 216 TWR           11:00AM    01:30PM     3
CAM 11/SM2        CRJ-107-B80 Community Corrections                   92043 CTC 206 TWR           08:00AM    10:30AM     3
    11/SM2        CSC-101-B01 Computer Literacy                       92046 CIM 110-S MTWR        08:00AM    10:00AM     3     51.00
    11/SM2        CSC-101-B02 Computer Literacy                       92048 CIM 110-S TWR         10:15AM    12:45PM     3     51.00
    11/SM2        CSC-101-B03 Computer Literacy                       92049 CIM 214-S TWR         11:00AM    01:30PM     3     51.00
    11/SM2        CSC-101-B04 Computer Literacy                       92051 CIM 110-S TWR         01:00PM    03:30PM     3     51.00
    11/SM2        CSC-101-B51 Computer Literacy                       92053 CIM 111-S TWR         06:00PM    08:30PM     3     51.00
    11/SM2        CSC-152-B01 JavaScript for the Web                  96023 CIM 217-S TWR         01:00PM    03:30PM     3     51.00
    11/SM2        DAN-112-B01 Ballet II                               96016 LIN 006 MTWR          09:00AM    12:00PM     3                  65.00
    11/SM2        ECO-101-B51 Macroeconomics                          92056 MAD 205 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3
    11/SM2        ECO-102-B01 Microeconomics                          92058 MAD 205 MTWR          08:00AM    10:00AM     3
ROH 11/SM2        ECO-102-B60 Microeconomics                          92060 ROH 106A TWR          11:45AM    02:15PM     3
    11/SM2        EGR-251-B51 Elec/Computer Engine: Electron 95991 CIM 103 MTWR                   05:20PM    07:58PM     3     51.00        65.00
    11/SM2        ENG-013-B01 Reading Skills III                      92062 CIM 211-S MTWR        08:00AM    10:00AM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-013-B02 Reading Skills III                      92065 TRU 200 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-013-B51 Reading Skills III                      92066 CIM 218 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
ROH 11/SM2        ENG-013-B61 Reading Skills III                      92068 ROH 101 TWR           09:00AM    11:30AM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM2        ENG-013-B90 Reading Skills III                      92069 CAM 300 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-023-B01 Writing Skills III                      92071 MAD 204 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-023-B02 Writing Skills III                      92075 CIM 109-S MTWR        12:30PM    02:30PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-023-B51 Writing Skills III                      92078 CIM 110-S TWR         05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
ROH 11/SM2        ENG-023-B61 Writing Skills III                      92081 ROH 101 TWR           11:45AM    02:15PM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM2        ENG-023-B80 Writing Skills III                      92083 CAM 429 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-101-B01 English Comp I                          92084 MAD 101 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-101-B53 English Comp I                          92090 MAD 301 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
ROH 11/SM2        ENG-101-B65 English Comp I                          92091 ROH 101 TWR           08:10PM    10:40PM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM2        ENG-101-B80 English Comp I                          92094 CTC 210B MTWR         10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-102-B01 English Comp II                         92097 MAD 203 MTWR          08:00AM    10:00AM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-102-B02 English Comp II                         92103 MAD 203 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-102-B51 English Comp II                         92105 CON 354 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-102-B52 English Comp II                         92109 MAD 301 TWR           08:10PM    10:40PM     3     36.00
ROH 11/SM2        ENG-102-B61 English Comp II                         92111 ROH 104 TWR           09:00AM    11:30AM     3     36.00
ROH 11/SM2        ENG-102-B65 English Comp II                         92112 ROH 206 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM2        ENG-102-B80 English Comp II                         92114 CAM 412 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM2        ENG-102-B90 English Comp II                         92117 CAM 426 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        ENG-121-B01 Intro to Literature                     92119 MAD 111 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2        ENG-271-B61 World Literature I                      92123 ROH 206 TWR           11:45AM    02:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2        FNS-105-B65 Intro to Nutrition                      92125 HER 107 TWR           05:30PM    08:00PM     3
    11/SM2        FRE-102-B01 Elem French II                          92127 JEF 302 MTWR          10:15AM    12:15PM     3     36.00
    11/SM2        GEO-101-B51 Cultural Geography                      92129 MAD 103 TWR           08:10PM    10:40PM     3
ROH 11/SM2        GEO-101-B61 Cultural Geography                      92131 HER 107 TWR           11:45AM    02:15PM     3
    11/SM2        HIS-102-B01 World Civilization II                   92133 MAD 303 MTWR          08:00AM    10:00AM     3

                                             LOCATION LEGEND
   Blackwood Campus            CAM - Camden City Campus   ROH - William G. Rohrer Center     OFF - Off Campus Site     OL - Online Course

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Campus Session#   Course#          Title                      Synonym Bldg/Room    Days       start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

      11/SM2 HIS-102-B51 World Civilization II                       92135 MAD 305 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM2 HIS-102-B65 World Civilization II                         92138 ROH 106A TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM2 HIS-102-B80 World Civilization II                         92140 CAM 304 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
      11/SM2 HIS-122-B01 US History II                               92143 MAD 303 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 HPE-102-B01 Health & Wellness                           92145 GYM 102 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 HPE-121-B51 Beginning Golf                              92152 GYM 104 MR 06:00PM 08:50PM 1 12.00
               (HPE-121-B51 First class meeting is in GYM 104.
               Remainder of class meets at Little Pond Golf Center, 1110 Chews Landing Rd, Clementon, NJ)
      11/SM2 HPE-125-B02 Self-Defense I                              95969 GYM 104 TWR 08:00AM 09:40AM 1 12.00 65.00
      11/SM2 MGT-101-B01 Intro to Business                           92153 MAD 211 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
      11/SM2 MTH-011-B01 Math Fundamentals                           92157 MAD 115 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-011-B51 Math Fundamentals                           92160 MAD 311 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
CAM 11/SM2 MTH-011-B81 Math Fundamentals                             92161 CTC 214 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
CAM 11/SM2 MTH-011-B90 Math Fundamentals                             92163 CTC 212 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-029-B01 Elem Algebra Traditional                    92165 MAD 311 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
      11/SM2 MTH-029-B51 Elem Algebra Traditional                    92167 MAD 204 MTWR 05:30PM 08:10PM 4 48.00
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-029-B60 Elem Algebra Traditional                      92169 ROH 206 MTWR 09:00AM 11:40AM 4 48.00
CAM 11/SM2 MTH-029-B80 Elem Algebra Traditional                      92172 CTC 206 MTWR 12:30PM 03:10PM 4 48.00
CAM 11/SM2 MTH-029-B90 Elem Algebra Traditional                      92174 CAM 326 MTWR 05:30PM 08:10PM 4 48.00
      11/SM2 MTH-105-B01 Math Sys I: Structures                      92176 MAD 105 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-107-B01 Math for Liberal Arts                       92178 MAD 210 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-107-B51 Math for Liberal Arts                       92179 MAD 315 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-109-B01 Intermediate Algebra Extended               92180 MAD 210 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
      11/SM2 MTH-109-B51 Intermediate Algebra Extended               92183 TAF 100 MTWR 05:30PM 08:10PM 4 48.00
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-109-B60 Intermediate Algebra Extended                 92184 HER 107 MTWR 09:00AM 11:40AM 4 48.00
Note: Elem of Statistics I & II, Applied Calculus, College Algebra & Trig and Trig & Analytic Geometry require a TI-83 Calculator
      11/SM2 MTH-111-B01 Elem of Statistics I                        92187 MAD 103 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-111-B61 Elem of Statistics I                          92191 ROH 106A TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3 36.00
CAM 11/SM2 MTH-111-B80 Elem of Statistics I                          92193 CAM 304 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-112-B01 Elem of Statistics II                       92195 MAD 110 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-112-B65 Elem of Statistics II                         92197 ROH 106B TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-122-B51 Applied Calculus                            92199 MAD 307 MTWR 05:30PM 07:30PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-125-B51 College Alg & Trig                          92201 MAD 313 MTWR 05:30PM 08:10PM 4 48.00
      11/SM2 MTH-130-B01 Trig & Analytic Geometry                    92203 MAD 313 MTWR 01:00PM 03:00PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 MTH-140-B01 Calculus I                                  92205 MAD 103 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
               (Mth-140-B01 may require a graphing calculator)
      11/SM2 MTH-150-B01 Calculus II                                 92207 MAD 313 MTWR 10:15AM 12:55PM 4 48.00
               (Mth-150-B01 may require a graphing calculator)
ROH 11/SM2 MUS-101-B65HB Music Appreciation I                        92209 ROH 210 MW 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 25.00
               (MUS-101-B65HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
      11/SM2 PHO-101-B01 Photography I                               92210 LIN 021 TWR 10:00AM 01:20PM 3 60.00
      11/SM2 PHY-102-B01 Physics II                                  92211 LAS 102 MTWR 08:00AM 12:00PM 4 68.00 130.00
      11/SM2 PHY-102-B51 Physics II                                  92212 LAS 102 MTWR 05:30PM 09:30PM 4 68.00 130.00
      11/SM2 PHY-202-B01 Physics IV                                  92214 LAS 102 MTWR 01:00PM 05:00PM 4 68.00 130.00
      11/SM2 POL-103-B01 American Fed Govt                           92216 MAD 303 MTWR 02:00PM 04:00PM 3
      11/SM2 POL-112-B01 Pub Personnel Admin                         92220 CRJ 106 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-101-B01 Basic Psychology                            92222 MAD 113 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-101-B02 Basic Psychology                            92226 MAD 207 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-101-B51 Basic Psychology                            92227 MAD 113 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM2 PSY-101-B65 Basic Psychology                              92230 HER 104 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM2 PSY-101-B80 Basic Psychology                              92231 CAM 504 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-103-B01 Educational Psych                           92232 MAD 115 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-104-B01 Abnormal Psychology                         92234 MAD 105 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-105-B51 Child Psychology                            92236 MAD 310 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-109-B01 Developmental Psych                         92239 MAD 111 MTWR 12:30PM 02:30PM 3
      11/SM2 PSY-109-B51 Developmental Psych                         92243 MAD 113 TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM 3
      11/SM2 SOC-101-B01 Intro to Sociology                          92244 CON 358 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
      11/SM2 SOC-101-B02 Intro to Sociology                          92247 CON 358 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
      11/SM2 SOC-101-B51 Intro to Sociology                          92250 CON 358 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM2 SOC-101-B65HB Intro to Sociology                          92252 ROH 201 MW 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 25.00
               (SOC-101-B65HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
CAM 11/SM2 SOC-101-B80 Intro to Sociology                            92253 CTC 210B MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
CAM 11/SM2 SOC-201-B90 Soc of the Family                             92255 CAM 302 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
      11/SM2 SPA-102-B01 Elementary Spanish II                       92257 MAD 304 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 SPA-102-B51 Elementary Spanish II                       92259 JEF 306 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM2 SPA-102-B61 Elementary Spanish II                         92260 ROH 106B TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3 36.00
ROH 11/SM2 SPA-102-B65 Elementary Spanish II                         92261 ROH 104 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 SPA-202-B51 Inter Spanish II                            92262 JEF 306 TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM 3 36.00
      11/SM2 SPE-102-B01 Public Speaking                             92263 MAD 312 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
      11/SM2 SPE-102-B02 Public Speaking                             92264 MAD 312 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
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Campus Session#    Course#         Title              Synonym Bldg/Room    Days      start - end      Credits CourseFee Fee

    11/SM2 SPE-102-B51        Public Speaking          92265   MAD   203   TWR    05:30PM   08:00PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 SPE-102-B61        Public Speaking          92266   ROH   210   TWR    11:45AM   02:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 SPE-102-B65        Public Speaking          92267   ROH   110   TWR    05:30PM   08:00PM     3
CAM 11/SM2 SPE-102-B90        Public Speaking          92268   CAM   424   TWR    05:30PM   08:00PM     3
    11/SM2 THE-121-B01        Theatre Appreciation     92269   MAD   205   MTWR   10:15AM   12:15PM     3
          THIRD FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (July 19 - August                                             22)
ROH 11/SM3 ART-101-C65 Art Appreciation              92073 ROH 206 TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM                 3
    11/SM3 BIO-118-C51 Basic Anatomy & Physiology II 92076 TAF 301 MTWR 07:25PM 09:55PM                4 68.00           130.00
                                                           TAF 301 MTWR 06:00PM 07:15PM
    11/SM3 BIO-211-C01 Anatomy & Phys I              92080 TAF 108 MTWR 08:00AM 09:15AM                 4     68.00      130.00
                                                           TAF 301 MTWR 09:25AM 11:55AM
    11/SM3 BIO-211-C02 Anatomy & Phys I              92086 TAF 110 MTWR 08:00AM 09:15AM                 4     68.00      130.00
                                                           TAF 304 MTWR 09:25AM 11:55AM
    11/SM3 CSC-101-C51 Computer Literacy             92088 CIM 109-S TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM                3     51.00
ROH 11/SM3 CSC-101-C65 Computer Literacy             92093 ROH 101 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM                  3     51.00
    11/SM3 DAS-143-C51 Infection Control/Dental Asst 92095 TAF 200 TR 05:30PM 08:00PM                   2
    11/SM3 ENG-013-C01 Reading Skills III            92098 MAD 301 MTWR 10:00AM 11:55AM                 3     36.00
CAM 11/SM3 ENG-013-C80 Reading Skills III            92101 CAM 322 MTWR 12:30PM 02:25PM                 3     36.00
    11/SM3 ENG-023-C01 Writing Skills III            92102 CIM 109-S MTWR 03:00PM 04:55PM               3     36.00
    11/SM3 ENG-023-C51 Writing Skills III            92107 CIM 105 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM                  3     36.00
    11/SM3 ENG-101-C01 English Comp I                92110 MAD 304 MTWR 08:00AM 09:55AM                 3     36.00
ROH 11/SM3 FNS-105-C60 Intro to Nutrition            92115 ROH 104 MTWR 01:00PM 02:55PM                 3
CAM 11/SM3 FNS-105-C90 Intro to Nutrition            92121 CTC 203 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM                  3
    11/SM3 MTH-011-C01 Math Fundamentals             92122 MAD 102 MTWR 12:00PM 01:55PM                 3     36.00
    11/SM3 MTH-011-C51 Math Fundamentals             92126 MAD 107 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM                  3     36.00
    11/SM3 MTH-029-C01 Elem Algebra Traditional      92128 MAD 307 MTWR 09:00AM 11:30AM                 4     48.00
    11/SM3 MTH-029-C51 Elem Algebra Traditional      92130 CON 352 MTWR 05:30PM 08:00PM                 4     48.00
ROH 11/SM3 MTH-109-C60 Intermediate Algebra Extended 96997 HER 120 MTWR 09:00AM 11:30AM                 4     48.00
    11/SM3 MTH-111-C01 Elem of Statistics I          92132 MAD 315 MTWR 10:00AM 11:55AM                 3     36.00
           (MTH-111-C01 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
ROH 11/SM3 MTH-111-C60 Elem of Statistics I          96996 ROH 210 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM                  3     36.00
           (MTH-111-C60 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
    11/SM3 PSY-101-C01 Basic Psychology              92139 MAD 310 MTWR 10:00AM 11:55AM                 3
    11/SM3 PSY-105-C01 Child Psychology              92144 MAD 310 MTWR 12:00PM 01:55PM                 3
    11/SM3 SPA-101-C01 Elementary Spanish I          92147 JEF 306 MTWR 12:00PM 01:55PM                 3     36.00
                     SEVEN-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (July 5 -                          August 18)
CAM 11/SM7        ART-101-F80 Art Appreciation         92284 CAM 414 TWR          08:30AM 10:20AM 3
CAM 11/SM7        COL-011-EOF1 College Success         92285 CTC 210A TWR         08:30AM 09:45AM 2
    11/SM7        ENG-012-F01 Reading Skills II        92287 MAD 201 TWR          08:30AM 10:20AM 3           36.00
ROH 11/SM7        ENG-012-F60 Reading Skills II        92288 ROH 201 TWR          08:30AM 10:20AM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        ENG-012-F80 Reading Skills II        92289 CAM 322 TWR          08:30AM 10:20AM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        ENG-012-F81 Reading Skills II        92290 CAM 314 TWR          10:30AM 12:20PM 3           36.00
    11/SM7        ENG-013-F01 Reading Skills III       92291 CON 354 TWR          08:30AM 10:20AM 3           36.00
    11/SM7        ENG-022-F01 Writing Skills II        92292 CIM 114-S TWR        10:30AM 12:20PM 3           36.00
    11/SM7        ENG-022-F51 Writing Skills II        92494 CIM 210-S TWR        05:30PM 07:20PM 3           36.00
ROH 11/SM7        ENG-022-F60 Writing Skills II        92293 ROH 201 TWR          10:30AM 12:20PM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        ENG-022-F80 Writing Skills II        92294 CTC 208 TWR          10:30AM 12:20PM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        ENG-022-F81 Writing Skills II        92295 CTC 212 TWR          08:30AM 10:20AM 3           36.00
    11/SM7        ENG-023-F01 Writing Skills III       92296 CIM 203 TWR          10:30AM 12:20PM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        ENG-023-F80 Writing Skills III       92297 CTC 208 TWR          08:00AM 09:50AM 3           36.00
    11/SM7        MTH-011-F02 Math Fundamentals        92298 CON 352 TWR          10:30AM 12:20PM 3           36.00
ROH 11/SM7        MTH-011-F60 Math Fundamentals        92303 ROH 201 TWR          12:30PM 02:20PM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        MTH-011-F81 Math Fundamentals        92304 CAM 312 TWR          10:00AM 11:50AM 3           36.00
CAM 11/SM7        MTH-011-FEOF Math Fundamentals       92305 CTC 203 TWR          10:00AM 11:50AM 3           36.00
    11/SM7        MTH-029-F01 Elem Algebra Traditional 92307 CON 352 TWR          08:00AM 10:25AM 4           48.00
CAM 11/SM7        MTH-029-F81 Elem Algebra Traditional 92308 CTC 204 TWR          12:30PM 02:55PM 4           48.00
                       EIGHT-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (May 23 - July 14)
    11/SM8        ASL-101-D51 American Sign Language I  92299 MAD 201 MW 05:30PM 08:15PM                3     36.00
    11/SM8        ASL-102-D52 American Sign Language II 95979 CON 356 MW 05:30PM 08:15PM                3     36.00
    11/SM8        AUT-181-D02 Automotive Practicum I    92301 TRU AUTO TBA TBA                          3
CAM 11/SM8        BIO-010-D81 Prep for Biology          96024 CAM 326 MW 08:00AM 10:30AM                3     51.00        65.00
                                                              CAM 308 TR 08:00AM 10:30AM
       11/SM8     BIO-111-D01 Biology I-Science         92302 TAF 106 MTWR 09:00AM 09:50AM              4     68.00      130.00
                                                              TAF 301 MTWR 10:00AM 11:40AM
       11/SM8     BIO-111-D02 Biology I-Science         92306 TAF 108 MTWR 10:00AM 10:50AM              4     68.00      130.00
                                                              TAF 304 MTWR 08:00AM 09:40AM
       11/SM8     BIO-111-D03 Biology I-Science         92309 TAF 301 MTWR 12:00PM 12:50PM              4     68.00      130.00
                                                              TAF 301 MTWR 01:00PM 02:40PM
       11/SM8     BIO-111-D04 Biology I-Science         92310 TAF 106 MTWR 10:00AM 10:50AM              4     68.00      130.00
                                                              TAF 301 MTWR 08:00AM 09:40AM

20                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
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                    Subject/                                                                               Times                           Instruction
Campus Session#     Course#               Title                     Synonym Bldg/Room       Days         start - end      Credits CourseFee Fee

       11/SM8 BIO-111-D51            Biology I-Science                 92311 TAF 301 MTWR          05:30PM      06:20PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 301 MTWR        06:30PM      08:10PM
       11/SM8     BIO-111-D52 Biology I-Science                        92312 TAF 106 MTWR          04:30PM      05:20PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 303 MTWR        05:30PM      07:10PM
CAM 11/SM8        BIO-111-D81 Biology I-Science                        95931 CAM 300 MTWR          09:50AM      10:40AM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 310 MTWR        08:00AM      09:40AM
CAM 11/SM8        BIO-121-D90 Basic Microbiology                       95934 CAM 314 MTWR          05:30PM      06:45PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 308 MTWR        06:50PM      08:05PM
       11/SM8     BIO-221-D01 Microbiology I                           92313 TRU 105 MTWR          09:00AM      10:15AM     4     80.00      130.00
                                                                               TRU 122 MTWR        10:20AM      11:35AM
       11/SM8     BIO-221-D02 Microbiology I                           92316 TRU 105 MTWR          12:30PM      01:45PM     4     80.00      130.00
                                                                               TRU 122 MTWR        01:50PM      03:05PM
       11/SM8     BIO-221-D51 Microbiology I                           92317 TRU 105 MTWR          05:30PM      06:45PM     4     80.00      130.00
                                                                               TRU 122 MTWR        06:50PM      08:05PM
CAM 11/SM8        BIO-221-D80 Microbiology I                           92318 CAM 326 MTWR          11:30AM      12:45PM     4     80.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 310 MTWR        12:45PM      02:00PM
CAM 11/SM8        BIO-221-D90 Microbiology I                           95935 CAM 314 MTWR          06:50PM      08:05PM     4     80.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 310 MTWR        05:30PM      06:45PM
       11/SM8     CGR-200-D01 Game Design & Development II             95999 CIM 216-S W           03:40PM      07:00PM     3     84.00        65.00
                                                                               CIM 216-S F         09:00AM      12:20PM
       11/SM8     CGR-260-D01 Comic Book Design                        96037 CIM 216-S T           03:40PM      07:00PM     3     84.00        65.00
                                                                               CIM 216-S R         03:40PM      07:00PM
       11/SM8     CGR-270-DCOOP Computer Graphics Intern/Co-Op 92319 TBA TBA TBA                   TBA                      3
       11/SM8     CHM-010-D01 Prep for Chemistry                       92320 TAF 110 MW            02:00PM      04:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               HFN 208 TR          02:00PM      04:30PM
       11/SM8     CHM-010-D51 Prep for Chemistry                       95959 TAF 106 TR            06:00PM      08:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 302 MW          06:00PM      08:30PM
       11/SM8     CHM-101-D01 General Chemistry I                      92321 HFN 206 TR            08:00AM      10:30AM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 300 MW          08:00AM      10:30AM
       11/SM8     CHM-101-D02 General Chemistry I                      92322 HFN 206 TR            02:00PM      04:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               HFN 208 MW          02:00PM      04:30PM
       11/SM8     CHM-101-D51 General Chemistry I                      92323 TAF 106 MW            06:00PM      08:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               HFN 208 TR          06:00PM      08:30PM
CAM 11/SM8        CHM-101-D81 General Chemistry I                      95929 CAM 402 TR            08:00AM      10:30AM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 308 MW          08:00AM      10:30AM
       11/SM8     CHM-102-D01 General Chemistry II                     92324 TAF 110 TR            11:00AM      01:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 300 MW          11:00AM      01:30PM
CAM 11/SM8        CHM-102-D81 General Chemistry II                     95930 CAM 300 TR            11:00AM      01:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 308 MW          11:00AM      01:30PM
       11/SM8     CHM-111-D01 Chemistry I-Science                      91998 MAD 301 TR            02:00PM      04:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 300 MW          02:00PM      04:30PM
       11/SM8     CHM-112-D01 Chemistry II-Science                     92034 TAF 108 MW            02:00PM      04:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               TAF 302 TR          02:00PM      04:30PM
       11/SM8     CHM-140-D01 Chemistry & Society                      92325 MAD 102 TR            08:00AM      10:30AM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               HFN 208 MW          08:00AM      10:30AM
CAM 11/SM8        CHM-140-D81 Chemistry & Society                      95928 CAM 302 MW            11:00AM      01:30PM     4     68.00      130.00
                                                                               CAM 308 TR          11:00AM      01:30PM
    11/SM8        COM-198-D01 Co-op I: Communications                  92326 TBA TBA TBA           TBA                      3
    11/SM8        COM-199-IND Co-op II: Communications                 92327 TBA TBA TBA           TBA                      3
CAM 11/SM8        ENG-012-D80 Reading Skills II                        92328 CAM 300 TWR           08:00AM      09:45AM     3     36.00
    11/SM8        ENG-022-D01 Writing Skills II                        92329 CIM 106 TWR           10:45AM      12:20PM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM8        ENG-022-D90 Writing Skills II                        92330 CTC 204 TWR           05:30PM      07:04PM     3     36.00
    11/SM8        ESL-014-D01 ESL Academic Oral Comm IV                96008 WLW 207B TWR          02:15PM      03:50PM     3     36.00
    11/SM8        ESL-026-D01 ESL Academic Writing                     96004 WLW 207B TWR          09:00AM      10:35AM     3     36.00
    11/SM8        ESL-027-D01 ESL Advanced Academic Writing 96005 WLW 207A TWR                     09:00AM      10:35AM     3     36.00
CAM 11/SM8        ESL-027-D80HB ESL Advanced Academic Writing 96009 CAM 400 M                      09:00AM      11:21AM     3     61.00
                  (ESL-027-D80HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SM8     ESL-034-D01 ESL Reading IV                           96006 WLW 207B TWR          10:45AM      12:20PM     3
       11/SM8     ESL-044-D01 ESL Grammar IV                           96007 WLW 207A TWR          12:30PM      02:05PM     3
       11/SM8     FNS-200-D01 Comm Nutrition Rotation                  92331 MAD 304 MW            09:00AM      09:50AM     3     51.00
       11/SM8     FNS-212-D01 Therapeutic Nutrition II                 92332 CON 356 TR            09:00AM      11:30AM     3
       11/SM8     FNS-240-D01 Food Service Rotation                    92333 MAD 304 MW            08:00AM      08:50AM     3     51.00
                  (FNS-240-D01 requires permission of Clinical Director)
       11/SM8     FNS-250-D01 Clinical Nutrition Rotation              92334 CON 356 TR            08:00AM 08:50AM 3              51.00
                  (FNS-250-D01 requires permission of Clinical Director)
       11/SM8     HPE-209-IND Internship: Sports Management            92336 TBA TBA TBA           TBA                      1
                  (HPE-209-IND requires permission of Department Chair)

                                             LOCATION LEGEND
   Blackwood Campus            CAM - Camden City Campus    ROH - William G. Rohrer Center     OFF - Off Campus Site       OL - Online Course

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Campus Session#   Course#          Title                     Synonym Bldg/Room   Days         start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

       11/SM8 HPE-210-D01 Internship: Personal Trainer         92337   TBA TBA   TBA    TBA                   3
              (HPE-210-D01 requires permission of Department Chair)
       11/SM8 IEP-201-D51 ASL for Interpreters                 95981   TRU 204 MW 05:30PM 08:15PM 3                 36.00
       11/SM8 MTH-029-D51 Elem Algebra Traditional             92339   MAD 115 TR 05:30PM 08:50PM 4                 48.00
       11/SM8 MTH-140-D51 Calculus I                           92340   MAD 103 TWR 05:30PM 07:35PM 4                48.00
              (MTH-140-D51 may require a graphing calculator)
       11/SM8 MTH-210-D01 Calculus III                         96001   MAD 110 TWR 01:15PM 03:20PM 4 48.00
       11/SM8 OMT-213-D01 Clinical Rotation II                 92341   TBA TBA TBA TBA             4 168.00
                VARIABLE SUMMER SESSION (May 16 - August 26)
CAM 11/SMV ALH-122-E90 Certified Nurse Aide                    92483 CAM 324 MT 05:00PM 05:58PM 4                   168.00 195.00
           (ALH-122-E90 meets 5/23 - 8/19)                            CAM 305 MT 06:00PM 06:58PM
                                                                      CAM 324 MTW 05:00PM 10:00PM
CAM 11/SMV ALH-135-E81 Homemaker Home Hlth Aide                92499 CAM 327 TW 12:30PM 04:00PM 1
           (ALH-135-E81 meets 8/16 - 8/24)
CAM 11/SMV BIO-121-E91 Basic Microbiology                      92489 CAM 312 F 05:00PM 08:45PM 4                      68.00 130.00
           (BIO-121-E91 meets 6/3 - 8/6)                              CAM 310 S 09:00AM 12:45PM
OFF 11/SMV BIT-205-E01 Biotechnology Internship                92490 TBA            TBA           TBA  3             60.00
           (BIT-205-E01 meets 6/6 - 8/12 and requires permission of Chemistry Department Chair)
    11/SMV CGR-233-E01 Video Imaging Tech III                  95998 CIM 216-S M 02:30PM 05:30PM 3                    84.00      65.00
           (CGR-233-E01 meets 5/23 - 7/28)                            CIM 216-S M 06:30PM 09:45PM
    11/SMV CSC-121-E01 Structured Prog(C++)                    96003 CIM 217-S TR 10:00AM 12:30PM 4                   68.00
           (CSC-121-E01 meets 5/23 - 7/28)
    11/SMV HPE-181-E42 Bas Life Supp “C”-AHA                   92488 GYM 102 F 06:00PM 09:30PM 1                      34.00
           (HPE-181-E42 meets 6/24 - 6/25)                            GYM 102 S 08:00AM 05:00PM
    11/SMV HPE-181-E43 Bas Life Supp “C”-AHA                   92493 GYM 102 F 06:00PM 09:30PM 1                      34.00
           (HPE-181-E43 meets 6/17 - 6/18)                            GYM 102 S 08:00AM 05:00PM
    11/SMV HPE-181-E44 Bas Life Supp “C”-AHA                   92498 GYM 102 F 06:00PM 09:30PM 1                      34.00
           (HPE-181-E44 meets 7/15 - 7/16)                            GYM 102 S 08:00AM 05:00PM
    11/SMV HPE-181-E45 Bas Life Supp “C”-AHA                   92479 GYM 102 M 09:00AM 12:30PM 1                      34.00
           (HPE-181-E45 meets 5/23 - 5/24)                            GYM 102 T 08:00AM 05:00PM
OFF 11/SMV MAS-201-E71 Student Massage Clinic                  92491 LRDS INST M 05:30PM 08:00PM 1                  200.00
           (MAS-201-E71 meets 6/6 - 8/26. Mandatory clinic orientation on 6/6, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm)
OFF 11/SMV MAS-220-E71 Eastern Therap Concepts                 92478 LRDS INST SU 09:00AM04:15PM 1                  165.00
           (MAS-220-E71 meets 6/4 - 6/5)
OFF 11/SMV MAS-230-E71 Therap/Herbal Appl                      92495 LRDS INST SU 09:00AM 04:30PM 2                 270.00
           (MAS-230-E71 meets 7/16, 7/17, 8/13 & 8/14)
    11/SMV MLT-206-E02 Medical Laboratory Science              92482 TRU 125 TWR 09:00AM 10:15AM 4                  252.00 130.00
           (MLT-206-E02 meets 5/23 - 7/28)                            TRU 125 WR 10:25AM 12:20PM
    11/SMV NHF-220-E01HB Mang Human Resp Health Concern 95947 HFN FULD TBA TBA                        10          4,728.00
           (NHF-220-E01HB meets 5/23 - 8/12 and is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
OFF 11/SMV NOL-220-E71 Pharm for Nursing                       92476 OLOL LOURDES T 09:00AM 12:00PM 3                25.00
           (NOL-220-E71 meets 5/24, 5/31, 6/14, 6/21, 6/28, & 7/12)
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E81 Maternal Child Prac Nursing             92467 CAM 312 TW 08:30AM 09:30AM 4                  168.00      195.00
           (NUR-110-E81 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                             CAM 305 T 09:35AM 11:40AM
                                                                      TBA TBA MR 07:00AM 02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E82 Maternal Child Prac Nursing             95965 CAM 312 TW 08:30AM 09:30AM 4                  168.00      195.00
           (NUR-110-E82 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                             CAM 305 W 09:35AM 11:40AM
                                                                      TBA TBA MR 07:00AM 02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E91 Maternal Child Prac Nursing             92468 CAM 302 TW 04:00PM 05:00PM 4                  168.00      195.00
           (NUR-110-E91 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                             CAM 404 T 05:05PM 07:00PM
                                                                      TBA TBA MR 07:00AM 02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E92 Maternal Child Prac Nursing             95966 CAM 302 TW 04:00PM 05:00PM 4                  168.00      195.00
           (NUR-110-E92 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                             CAM 404 W 05:05PM 07:00PM
                                                                      TBA TBA MR 07:00AM 02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-116-E81 Practical Nursing/Mental Hlth           92496 CTC 204 TW 08:30AM 10:45AM 3                   51.00        65.00
           (NUR-116-E81 meets 7/11 - 8/19)                            TBA TBA MR 07:00AM 02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-116-E91 Practical Nursing/Mental Hlth           92497 CTC 216 TW 04:00PM 06:15PM 3                   51.00        65.00
           (NUR-116-E91 meets 7/11 - 8/19)                            TBA TBA MR 07:00AM 02:30PM
    11/SMV OPH-250-E01 Ophthalmic Clinic I                     92484 COM 118 T 02:30PM 07:00PM 1                      44.00      65.00
           (OPH-250-E01 meets 5/24 - 7/25 and requires permission from Program Director)
    11/SMV OPH-251-E01 Ophthalmic Clinic II                    92485 COM 118 R 08:30AM 01:00PM 1                      44.00      65.00
           (OPH-251-E01 meets 5/26 - 7/28 and requires permission from Program Director)
    11/SMV SRG-100-E01 Surgical Technology                     92477 MAD 304 R 03:15PM 05:20PM 2
           (SRG-100-E01 meets 5/19 - 8/4)
    11/SMV SRG-105-E52 Prin of Surgical Technology             92473 MAD 304 R 05:30PM 08:50PM 4                    168.00 130.00
           (SRG-105-E52 meets 5/16 - 8/3 and requires permission      TRU 129 W 05:30PM 08:50PM
           from Program Director)
    11/SMV SRG-105-E53 Prin of Surgical Technology             92474 MAD 304 R 05:30PM 08:50PM 4                   168.00      130.00
           (SRG-105-E53 meets 5/16 - 8/3 and requires permission      TRU 129 T 05:30PM 08:50PM
           from Program Director)

22                Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
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                   Subject/                                                                    Times                        Instruction
Campus Session#    Course#         Title                      Synonym Bldg/Room   Days       start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

                        WEEKEND SUMMER SESSION (June 3 -                                 August 13)
       11/SMW     CSC-101-W40 Computer Literacy  95985 CIM 110-S F                        08:00AM 11:45AM    3     51.00
       11/SMW     CSC-101-W45 Computer Literacy  95989 CIM 110-S S                        12:00PM 03:45PM    3     51.00
       11/SMW     ECO-101-W45 Macroeconomics     96002 TAF 102   S                        09:00AM 12:45PM    3
       11/SMW     FNS-105-W45 Intro to Nutrition 96025 TAF 100   S                        08:00AM 11:45AM    3
       11/SMW     MTH-140-W40 Calculus I         95950 TAF 102   F                        09:00AM 02:00PM    4     48.00
       11/SMW     PSY-101-W40 Basic Psychology   96010 TAF 106   F                        09:00AM 12:45PM    3
               WEEKEND COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION (May 13 - July                                                10)
       11/SMWC ACC-104-A42WC Financial Accounting             92519 CIM 214-S S 09:00AM 11:45AM              3
                                                                     CIM 214-S U 10:00AM 12:45PM
       11/SMWC ADD-112-A41WC As/Treat Alc/Drug Add            95972 MAD 105 S 09:00AM 02:25PM                3
OL     11/SMWC ART-101-OLWC Art Appreciation                  92520 TBA TBA TBA      TBA                     3      25.00
                 (ART-101-OLWC is taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SMWC CRJ-106-A41WC Contemp Corrections              96030 CRJ 107    S 10:00AM 03:00PM             3
       11/SMWC CRJ-203-A41WC Prin of Investigation            96031 CRJ 107    U 10:00AM 03:00PM             3
       11/SMWC MTH-107-A42WC Math for Liberal Arts            92522 TAF 108    F 05:30PM 08:10PM             3     36.00
                                                                     TAF 108   S 09:00AM 11:45AM
             WEEKEND           COLLEGE SUMMER                   SESSION (July 15 - August 28)
       11/SMWC ACC-105-B42WC   Managerial Accounting             92525 CIM 214-S S 09:00AM 11:45AM 3
       11/SMWC CRJ-103-B41WC   Legal Systems                     96032 CRJ 107   S 10:00AM 03:00PM 3
       11/SMWC CRJ-251-B41WC   Crime Analysis                    96033 CRJ 107   U 10:00AM 03:00PM 3 36.00
       11/SMWC MTH-120-B42WC   College Algebra                   92528 TAF 106   F 05:30PM 08:15PM 3 36.00
                                                                        TAF 106  S 12:00PM 02:45PM
OL     11/SMWC     PHL-131-OLWC Intro to Ethics                  96021 TBA TBA TBA       TBA       3
                   (PHL-131-OLWC is taught online. Internet Access Required)
OL     11/SMWC     PSY-104-OLWC Abnormal Psychology              96029 TBA TBA TBA       TBA       3
                   (PSY-104-OLWC is taught online. Internet Access Required)
OL     11/SMWC     SOC-101-OLWC Intro to Sociology               92529 TBA TBA TBA       TBA       3 25.00
                   (SOC-101-OLWC is taught online. Internet Access Required)
OL     11/SMWC     SPA-101-OLWC Elementary Spanish I             92530 TBA TBA TBA       TBA       3 25.00
                   (SPA-101-OLWC is taught online. Internet Access Required)
                 PARAMEDIC SUMMER SESSION (May 23 - August 22)
       11/SMP EMT-100-P01 Emergency Medical Tech                  92458 HFN FULD MTWR 08:00AM 04:00PM 5 210.00
              (EMT-100-P01 meets 5/23 - 6/27)
       11/SMP PRM-108-P41HB Paramedic Clinical Practice II        92346 TBA TBA TBA TBA               5 875.00
              (PRM-108-P41HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SMP PRM-120-P51HB Paramedic Care I                      96121 HFN FULD T 06:00PM 10:00PM 6 1,639.00
              (PRM-120-P51HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SMP PRM-125-P41HB Paramedic Clinical II                 96122 TBA TBA TBA TBA               2 563.00
              (PRM-125-P41HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SMP PRM-130-P01 Paramedic Clinical III                  96124 TBA TBA TBA TBA               2 563.00
       11/SMP PRM-130-P41HB Paramedic Clinical III                96123 TBA TBA TBA TBA               2 563.00
              (PRM-130-P41HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SMP PRM-206-P41HB Paramedic Field Internship            92347 TBA TBA TBA TBA               7 1,215.00
              (PRM-206-P41HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
       11/SMP PRM-207-P41HB Paramedic Field Residency             92348 TBA TBA TBA TBA               4 705.00
              (PRM-207-P41HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
                   AUTOMOTIVE SUMMER SESSION (May 23 - July 31)
       11/SMA AUT-182-01 Auto Practicum II                              92274 TBA TBA TBA TBA                3
              (AUT-182-01 meets 5/23 - 7/22 and is restricted to GM/ASEP majors)
       11/SMA AUT-182-03 Auto Practicum II                              92275 TBA TBA TBA TBA                3
              (AUT-182-03 meets 5/23 - 7/22 and is restricted to Toyota T-TEN majors)
       11/SMA AUT-261-01 Manual Drive Trains and Axles                  92359 TRU AUTO MTWR 08:30AM 01:30PM 4      68.00      130.00
              (AUT-261-01 meets 7/1 - 7/31 and is restricted to GM/ASEP majors)
       11/SMA AUT-262-01 Auto Transmissions/Transaxles                  92276 TRU AUTO MTWR 08:30AM 01:00PM 4      68.00      130.00
              (AUT-262-01 meets 5/31 - 6/29 and is restricted to GM/ASEP majors)
       11/SMA AUT-271-03 Advanced Auto Systems I                        92277 TRU AUTO MTWR 08:30AM 01:00PM 4      68.00      130.00
              (AUT-271-03 meets 5/31 - 6/29 and is restricted to Toyota T-TEN majors)
       11/SMA AUT-272-03 Advanced Auto Systems II                       92360 TRU AUTO MTWR 08:30AM 01:30PM 4      68.00      130.00
              (AUT-272-03 meets 7/1 - 7/31 and is restricted to Toyota T-TEN majors)
       11/SMA PHY-103-01 Physics I Non-Science                          92279 WLW 206 MW 02:00PM 04:15PM 4         68.00      130.00
              (PHY-103-01 meets 5/31 - 7/30 & is restricted to Automotive majors) LAS 112 TR 02:00PM 04:15PM
                         ONLINE SUMMER SESSION (May 16 - June 24)
                                        (Online Courses Require Internet Access)
OL     11/SMOL     ACC-104-OL5 Financial Accounting       92361 TBA TBA TBA      TBA                          3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL     ART-101-OL5 Art Appreciation           92362 TBA TBA TBA      TBA                          3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL     ART-101-OL5A Art Appreciation          92363 TBA TBA TBA      TBA                          3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL     BIO-103-OL5 Human Biology              92364 TBA TBA TBA      TBA                          3     25.00


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Campus Session#   Course#        Title                       Synonym Bldg/Room       Days   start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

OL     11/SMOL    BIO-103-OL5A   Human Biology                  92365   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    CHM-140-OL5    Chemistry & Society            92366   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              4     25.00 130.00
OL     11/SMOL    CSC-101-OL5    Computer Literacy              92367   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ECO-101-OL5    Macroeconomics                 92369   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL5    English Comp I                 92370   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL5A   English Comp I                 92371   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL5B   English Comp I                 92372   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL5C   English Comp I                 95982   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL5D   English Comp I                 95983   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL5    English Comp II                92373   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL5A   English Comp II                92374   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL5B   English Comp II                92375   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL5C   English Comp II                95984   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-121-OL5    Intro to Literature            92376   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-282-OL5    American Literature II         92377   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    FNS-105-OL5    Intro to Nutrition             92378   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    FNS-105-OL5A   Intro to Nutrition             92379   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    FRE-101-OL5    Elem French I                  92380   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIS-111-OL5    Western Civilization I         92381   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIS-111-OL5A   Western Civilization I         92382   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIS-112-OL5    Western Civilization II        92383   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIT-120-OL5    Medical Terminology            92384   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIT-132-OL5    Basic Pharmacology             92335   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HPE-102-OL5    Health & Wellness              92385   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HPE-102-OL5A   Health & Wellness              92386   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    IEP-212-OL5    Legal/Ethical Issues Ed Interp 92387   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    LAW-101-OL5    Legal Envir/Bus Law I          92388   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MGT-101-OL5    Intro to Business              92389   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MGT-102-OL5    Intro to Management            92390   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MKT-101-OL5    Prin of Marketing              92391   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MTH-029-OL5    Elem Algebra Traditional 92392         TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              4     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PAR-204-OL5    Real Estate Law                96028   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PHL-101-OL5    Intro to Philosophy            92393   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PHL-131-OL5    Intro to Ethics                92394   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PHL-232-OL5    Biomedical Ethics              92395   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PHL-232-OL5A   Biomedical Ethics              92396   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PHL-232-OL5B   Biomedical Ethics              92397   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-101-OL5    Basic Psychology               92398   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-101-OL5A   Basic Psychology               92399   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-103-OL5    Educational Psych              92400   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-104-OL5    Abnormal Psychology            92401   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-105-OL5    Child Psychology               92402   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-109-OL5    Developmental Psych            92403   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    SOC-101-OL5    Intro to Sociology             92404   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    SOC-101-OL5A   Intro to Sociology             92405   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    SPA-101-OL5    Elementary Spanish I           95975   TBA   TBA   TBA     TBA              3     25.00
                       ONLINE SUMMER SESSION (June 27 - August 5)
                                        (Online Courses Require Internet Access)
OL     11/SMOL    ACC-104-OL6 Financial Accounting          92407 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ACC-105-OL6 Managerial Accounting         92408 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ART-101-OL6 Art Appreciation              92409 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ART-101-OL6A Art Appreciation             92410 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ART-103-OL6 Visual Culture                92411 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    BIO-104-OL6 Prin of Enviro Sci            92412 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    CHM-140-OL6 Chemistry & Society           92413 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         4     25.00 130.00
OL     11/SMOL    CSC-101-OL6 Computer Literacy             92414 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    DAS-141-OL6 Biological Science Dental Ast 92416 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         1     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ECO-102-OL6 Microeconomics                92417 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL6A English Comp I               92419 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL6B English Comp I               92420 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL6C English Comp I               92421 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-101-OL6D English Comp I               95992 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL6 English Comp II               92422 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL6A English Comp II              92423 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL6B English Comp II              92424 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL6C English Comp II              92425 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL6D English Comp II              92426 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-102-OL6E English Comp II              92427 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-121-OL6 Intro to Literature           92428 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    ENG-281-OL6 American Literature I         92429 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    FNS-105-OL6 Intro to Nutrition            92430 TBA TBA TBA    TBA                         3     25.00

24                Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                  Master Course List – All Locations
                                                                                                                             Hourly
                  Subject/                                                                    Times                        Instruction
Campus Session#   Course#        Title                      Synonym Bldg/Room     Days      start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

OL     11/SMOL    FNS-105-OL6A   Intro to Nutrition          92431   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    FRE-102-OL6    Elem French II              92432   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIS-111-OL6    Western Civilization I      92433   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIS-112-OL6    Western Civilization II     92434   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HIT-120-OL6    Medical Terminology         92435   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HPE-102-OL6    Health & Wellness           92436   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    HPE-102-OL6A   Health & Wellness           92437   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    LAW-102-OL6    Business Law II             92438   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MGT-101-OL6    Intro to Business           92439   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MGT-102-OL6    Intro to Management         92440   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MGT-212-OL6    Human Resource Mgt          92441   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MKT-101-OL6    Prin of Marketing           92442   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MTH-011-OL6    Math Fundamentals           92443   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MTH-029-OL6    Elem Algebra Traditional    92444   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              4     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MTH-111-OL6    Elem of Statistics I        92445   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    MTH-111-OL6A   Elem of Statistics I        92446   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-101-OL6    Basic Psychology            92447   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-101-OL6A   Basic Psychology            92448   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-101-OL6B   Basic Psychology            92449   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-103-OL6    Educational Psych           92450   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-104-OL6    Abnormal Psychology         92451   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-104-OL6A   Abnormal Psychology         92452   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-105-OL6    Child Psychology            92453   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-109-OL6    Developmental Psych         92454   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    PSY-109-OL6A   Developmental Psych         92455   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    SOC-101-OL6    Intro to Sociology          92456   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    SOC-101-OL6A   Intro to Sociology          92457   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00
OL     11/SMOL    SPA-102-OL6    Elementary Spanish II       95976   TBA   TBA   TBA        TBA              3     25.00



                                   CAMDEN CAMPUS COURSES
                                                                                                                             Hourly
                  Subject/                                                                    Times                        Instruction
Campus Session#   Course#        Title                      Synonym Bldg/Room     Days      start - end   Credits CourseFee Fee

            FIRST FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (May 23 - June 23)
CAM 11/SM1 BIO-117-A81 Basic Anatomy & Physiology I  95932 CAM 302 MTWR 08:00AM 09:20AM 4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                           CAM 310 MTWR 09:50AM 12:30PM
CAM 11/SM1 BIO-211-A90 Anatomy & Phys I              91991 CAM 312 MTWR 06:00PM 07:20PM 4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                           CAM 310 MTWR 07:30PM 10:10PM
CAM 11/SM1 CSC-101-A80 Computer Literacy             92019 CTC 214 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 $51.00
CAM 11/SM1 CSC-101-A90 Computer Literacy             92021 CTC 212 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $51.00
CAM 11/SM1 ENG-013-A81 Reading Skills III            92035 CAM 304 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 $36.00
CAM 11/SM1 ENG-023-A81 Writing Skills III            92041 CTC 214 MTWR 12:30PM 02:30PM 3 $36.00
CAM 11/SM1 HIS-101-A80 World Civilization I          92096 CAM 304 MTWR 08:00AM 10:00AM 3
CAM 11/SM1 HIS-101-A90 World Civilization I          92099 CAM 304 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM1 HPE-106-A90 Stress Management             92116 CAM 500 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM1 MTH-011-A81 Math Fundamentals             92141 CTC 206 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3 $36.00
CAM 11/SM1 MTH-029-A80 Elem Algebra Traditional      92151 CTC 206 MTWR 12:30PM 03:10PM 4 $48.00
CAM 11/SM1 MTH-111-A90 Elem of Statistics I          92171 CAM 517 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $36.00
           (MTH-111-A90 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
CAM 11/SM1 PSY-101-A81 Basic Psychology              92219 CTC 210B MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
CAM 11/SM1 PSY-101-A90 Basic Psychology              92221 CTC 210A TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM1 SOC-101-A90 Intro to Sociology            92240 CTC 210B TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
CAM 11/SM1 SPE-102-A81 Public Speaking               92258 CAM 324 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
CAM 11/SM1 THE-121-A80 Theatre Appreciation          96018 CAM 408 MTWR 10:15AM 12:15PM 3
         SECOND FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (June                                           28 -      August        1)
CAM 11/SM2 BIO-118-B81 Basic Anatomy & Physiology II 95933 CAM 302 MTWR                  08:00AM   09:20AM 4     $68.00 $130.00
                                                           CAM 310 MTWR                  09:50AM   12:30PM
CAM 11/SM2 BIO-212-B90 Anatomy & Phys II             92026 CAM 312 MTWR                  06:00PM   07:20PM 4     $68.00 $130.00
                                                           CAM 310 MTWR                  07:30PM   10:10PM
CAM 11/SM2 CRJ-106-B80 Contemp Corrections           92042 CTC 216 TWR                   11:00AM   01:30PM 3
CAM 11/SM2 CRJ-107-B80 Community Corrections         92043 CTC 206 TWR                   08:00AM   10:30AM 3
CAM 11/SM2 ENG-013-B90 Reading Skills III            92069 CAM 300 TWR                   05:30PM   08:00PM 3     $36.00
CAM 11/SM2 ENG-023-B80 Writing Skills III            92083 CAM 429 MTWR                  10:15AM   12:15PM 3     $36.00
CAM 11/SM2 ENG-101-B80 English Comp I                92094 CTC 210B MTWR                 10:15AM   12:15PM 3     $36.00
CAM 11/SM2 ENG-102-B80 English Comp II               92114 CAM 412 MTWR                  10:15AM   12:15PM 3     $36.00
CAM 11/SM2 ENG-102-B90 English Comp II               92117 CAM 426 TWR                   05:30PM   08:00PM 3     $36.00
CAM 11/SM2 HIS-102-B80 World Civilization II         92140 CAM 304 MTWR                  08:00AM   10:00AM 3

                                         Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College                               25
                                         CAMDEN CAMPUS COURSES
                                                                                                                                 Hourly
                    Subject/                                                                    Times                          Instruction
Campus Session#     Course#            Title                  Synonym Bldg/Room    Days       start - end     Credits CourseFee Fee

CAM    11/SM2     MTH-011-B81 Math Fundamentals               92161   CTC 214     MTWR    10:15AM   12:15PM     3    $36.00
CAM    11/SM2     MTH-011-B90 Math Fundamentals               92163   CTC 212     TWR     05:30PM   08:00PM     3    $36.00
CAM    11/SM2     MTH-029-B80 Elem Algebra Traditional        92172   CTC 206     MTWR    12:30PM   03:10PM     4    $48.00
CAM    11/SM2     MTH-029-B90 Elem Algebra Traditional        92174   CAM 326     MTWR    05:30PM   08:10PM     4    $48.00
CAM    11/SM2     MTH-111-B80 Elem of Statistics I            92193   CAM 304     MTWR    10:15AM   12:15PM     3    $36.00
                  (MTH-111-B80 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
CAM    11/SM2     PSY-101-B80 Basic Psychology                92231   CAM 504     MTWR    10:15AM   12:15PM     3
CAM    11/SM2     SOC-101-B80 Intro to Sociology              92253   CTC 210B    MTWR    08:00AM   10:00AM     3
CAM    11/SM2     SOC-201-B90 Soc of the Family               92255   CAM 302     TWR     05:30PM   08:00PM     3
CAM    11/SM2     SPE-102-B90 Public Speaking                 92268   CAM 424     TWR     05:30PM   08:00PM     3
          THIRD FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (July 19 - August 22)
CAM 11/SM3 ENG-013-C80 Reading Skills III 92101 CAM 322 MTWR 12:30PM 02:25PM 3 $36.00
CAM 11/SM3 FNS-105-C90 Intro to Nutrition 92121 CTC 203 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
                     SEVEN-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (July 5 -                                  August 18)
CAM    11/SM7     ART-101-F80 Art Appreciation         92284 CAM 414 TWR                  08:30AM 10:20AM 3
CAM    11/SM7     COL-011-EOF1 College Success         92285 CTC 210A TWR                 08:30AM 09:45AM 2
CAM    11/SM7     ENG-012-F80 Reading Skills II        92289 CAM 322 TWR                  08:30AM 10:20AM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     ENG-012-F81 Reading Skills II        92290 CAM 314 TWR                  10:30AM 12:20PM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     ENG-022-F80 Writing Skills II        92294 CTC 208 TWR                  10:30AM 12:20PM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     ENG-022-F81 Writing Skills II        92295 CTC 212 TWR                  08:30AM 10:20AM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     ENG-023-F80 Writing Skills III       92297 CTC 208 TWR                  08:00AM 09:50AM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     MTH-011-F81 Math Fundamentals        92304 CAM 312 TWR                  10:00AM 11:50AM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     MTH-011-FEOF Math Fundamentals       92305 CTC 203 TWR                  10:00AM 11:50AM 3          $36.00
CAM    11/SM7     MTH-029-F81 Elem Algebra Traditional 92308 CTC 204 TWR                  12:30PM 02:55PM 4          $48.00
                EIGHT-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (May 23 - July 14)
CAM 11/SM8 BIO-010-D81 Prep for Biology                         96024 CAM 326 MW 08:00AM 10:30AM                3 $51.00         $65.00
                                                                        CAM 308 TR 08:00AM 10:30AM
CAM 11/SM8 BIO-111-D81 Biology I-Science                        95931 CAM 300 MTWR 09:50AM 10:40AM              4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 310 MTWR 08:00AM 09:40AM
CAM 11/SM8 BIO-121-D90 Basic Microbiology                       95934 CAM 314 MTWR 05:30PM 06:45PM              4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 308 MTWR 06:50PM 08:05PM
CAM 11/SM8 BIO-221-D80 Microbiology I                           92318 CAM 326 MTWR 11:30AM 12:45PM              4 $80.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 310 MTWR 12:45PM 02:00PM
CAM 11/SM8 BIO-221-D90 Microbiology I                           95935 CAM 314 MTWR 06:50PM 08:05PM              4 $80.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 310 MTWR 05:30PM 06:45PM
CAM 11/SM8 CHM-101-D81 General Chemistry I                      95929 CAM 402 TR 08:00AM 10:30AM                4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 308 MW 08:00AM 10:30AM
CAM 11/SM8 CHM-102-D81 General Chemistry II                     95930 CAM 300 TR 11:00AM 01:30PM                4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 308 MW 11:00AM 01:30PM
CAM 11/SM8 CHM-140-D81 Chemistry & Society                      95928 CAM 302 MW 11:00AM 01:30PM                4 $68.00 $130.00
                                                                        CAM 308 TR 11:00AM 01:30PM
CAM 11/SM8 ENG-012-D80 Reading Skills II                        92328 CAM 300 TWR 08:00AM 09:45AM               3 $36.00
CAM 11/SM8 ENG-022-D90 Writing Skills II                        92330 CTC 204 TWR 05:30PM 07:04PM               3 $36.00
CAM 11/SM8 ESL-027-D80HB ESL Advanced Academic Writing 96009 CAM 400 M 09:00AM 11:21AM                          3 $61.00
           (ESL-027-D80HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
                VARIABLE SUMMER SESSION (May 16 -                                         August 26)
CAM 11/SMV ALH-122-E90 Certified Nurse Aide          92483 CAM 324 MT                     05:00PM 05:58PM 4 $168.00 $195.00
           (ALH-122-E90 meets 5/23 - 8/19)                 CAM 305 MT                     06:00PM 06:58PM
                                                           CAM 324 MTW                    05:00PM 10:00PM
CAM 11/SMV ALH-135-E81 Homemaker Home Hlth Aide      92499 CAM 327 TW                     12:30PM 04:00PM 1
           (ALH-135-E81 meets 8/16 - 8/24)
CAM 11/SMV BIO-121-E91 Basic Microbiology            92489 CAM 312 F                      05:00PM   08:45PM     4 $68.00 $130.00
           (BIO-121-E91 meets 6/3 - 8/6)                   CAM 310 S                      09:00AM   12:45PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E81 Maternal Child Prac Nursing   92467 CAM 312 TW                     08:30AM   09:30AM     4 $168.00 $195.00
           (NUR-110-E81 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                  CAM 305 T                      09:35AM   11:40AM
                                                           TBA TBA MR                     07:00AM   02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E82 Maternal Child Prac Nursing   95965 CAM 312 TW                     08:30AM   09:30AM     4 $168.00 $195.00
           (NUR-110-E82 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                  CAM 305 W                      09:35AM   11:40AM
                                                           TBA TBA MR                     07:00AM   02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E91 Maternal Child Prac Nursing   92468 CAM 302 TW                     04:00PM   05:00PM     4 $168.00 $195.00
           (NUR-110-E91 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                  CAM 404 T                      05:05PM   07:00PM
                                                           TBA TBA MR                     07:00AM   02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-110-E92 Maternal Child Prac Nursing   95966 CAM 302 TW                     04:00PM   05:00PM     4 $168.00 $195.00
           (NUR-110-E92 meets 5/16 - 7/8)                  CAM 404 W                      05:05PM   07:00PM
                                                           TBA TBA MR                     07:00AM   02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-116-E81 Practical Nursing/Mental Hlth 92496 CTC 204 TW                     08:30AM   10:45AM     3 $51.00         $65.00
           (NUR-116-E81 meets 7/11 - 8/19)                 TBA TBA MR                     07:00AM   02:30PM
CAM 11/SMV NUR-116-E91 Practical Nursing/Mental Hlth 92497 CTC 216 TW                     04:00PM   06:15PM     3 $51.00         $65.00
           (NUR-116-E91 meets 7/11 - 8/19)                   TBA TBA MR                   07:00AM   02:30PM

26                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                ROHRER CENTER COURSES (CHERRY HILL)
                                                                                                                                Hourly
                     Subject/                                                                 Times                           Instruction
Campus Session#      Course#         Title                    Synonym Bldg/Room   Days      start - end      Credits CourseFee Fee

                    FIRST FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (May 23 - June 23)
ROH    11/SM1      ACC-104-A65 Financial Accounting                     91975 ROH 106B TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM 3
ROH    11/SM1      BIO-103-A65 Human Biology                            91981 HER 107 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH    11/SM1      CSC-101-A65 Computer Literacy                        92018 ROH 101 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $51.00
ROH    11/SM1      ECO-101-A60 Macroeconomics                           92025 ROH 106B TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3
ROH    11/SM1      ENG-101-A61 English Comp I                           92054 ROH 104 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3 $36.00
ROH    11/SM1      ENG-102-A60 English Comp II                          92063 ROH 104 TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3 $36.00
ROH    11/SM1      ENG-281-A61 American Literature I                    92072 ROH 101 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3
ROH    11/SM1      HIS-101-A65 World Civilization I                     92092 ROH 106B TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH    11/SM1      HIS-121-A61 US History I                             92106 ROH 206 TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3
ROH    11/SM1      MKT-101-A60HB Prin of Marketing                      92120 ROH 206 TR 09:00AM 11:00AM 3 $25.00
                   (MKT-101-A60HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
ROH 11/SM1         MTH-107-A61 Math for Liberal Arts                    92158 ROH 106A TWR 11:45AM 02:15PM 3 $36.00
ROH 11/SM1         MTH-111-A65 Elem of Statistics I                     92170 ROH 106A TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $36.00
                   (MTH-111-A65 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
ROH 11/SM1         MTH-125-A65 College Alg & Trig                       92181 HER 104 MTWR 05:20PM 08:00PM 4 $48.00
                   (MTH-125-A65 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
ROH    11/SM1      PSY-101-A61 Basic Psychology                         92218 ROH 201 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3
ROH    11/SM1      SOC-101-A61 Intro to Sociology                       92238 ROH 106B TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3
ROH    11/SM1      SPA-101-A61 Elementary Spanish I                     92246 ROH 106A TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3 $36.00
ROH    11/SM1      SPA-101-A65 Elementary Spanish I                     92248 ROH 104 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $36.00
ROH    11/SM1      SPE-102-A65 Public Speaking                          92256 ROH 206 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH    11/SM1      THE-121-A60 Theatre Appreciation                     96017 ROH 201 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3
         SECOND FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (June                                           28 - August 1)
ROH 11/SM2 ACC-105-B65 Managerial Accounting                    92007 ROH 106B TWR       08:10PM 10:40PM 3
ROH 11/SM2 CHM-140-B66HB Chemistry & Society                    92038 ROH 202 MW         06:00PM 10:00PM 4 $93.00 $130.00
           (CHM-140-B66HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
ROH 11/SM2 ECO-102-B60 Microeconomics                           92060 ROH 106A TWR       11:45AM   02:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 ENG-013-B61 Reading Skills III                       92068 ROH 101 TWR        09:00AM   11:30AM     3    $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 ENG-023-B61 Writing Skills III                       92081 ROH 101 TWR        11:45AM   02:15PM     3    $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 ENG-101-B65 English Comp I                           92091 ROH 101 TWR        08:10PM   10:40PM     3    $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 ENG-102-B61 English Comp II                          92111 ROH 104 TWR        09:00AM   11:30AM     3    $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 ENG-102-B65 English Comp II                          92112 ROH 206 TWR        05:30PM   08:00PM     3    $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 ENG-271-B61 World Literature I                       92123 ROH 206 TWR        11:45AM   02:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 FNS-105-B65 Intro to Nutrition                       92125 HER 107 TWR        05:30PM   08:00PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 GEO-101-B61 Cultural Geography                       92131 HER 107 TWR        11:45AM   02:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 HIS-102-B65 World Civilization II                    92138 ROH 106A TWR       05:30PM   08:00PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-029-B60 Elem Algebra Traditional                 92169 ROH 206 MTWR       09:00AM   11:40AM     4    $48.00
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-109-B60 Intermediate Algebra Extended            92184 HER 107 MTWR       09:00AM   11:40AM     4    $48.00
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-111-B61 Elem of Statistics I                     92191 ROH 106A TWR       09:00AM   11:30AM     3    $36.00
           (MTH-111-B61 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
ROH 11/SM2 MTH-112-B65 Elem of Statistics II                    92197 ROH 106B TWR       05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $36.00
           (MTH-112-B65 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
ROH 11/SM2 MUS-101-B65HB Music Appreciation I                   92209 ROH 210 MW         05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $25.00
           (MUS-101-B65HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
ROH 11/SM2 PSY-101-B65 Basic Psychology                         92230 HER 104 TWR        05:30PM 08:00PM 3
ROH 11/SM2 SOC-101-B65HB Intro to Sociology                     92252 ROH 201 MW         05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $25.00
           (SOC-101-B65HB is partially taught online. Internet Access Required)
ROH 11/SM2 SPA-102-B61 Elementary Spanish II                    92260 ROH 106B TWR       09:00AM   11:30AM     3 $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 SPA-102-B65 Elementary Spanish II                    92261 ROH 104 TWR        05:30PM   08:00PM     3 $36.00
ROH 11/SM2 SPE-102-B61 Public Speaking                          92266 ROH 210 TWR        11:45AM   02:15PM     3
ROH 11/SM2 SPE-102-B65 Public Speaking                          92267 ROH 110 TWR        05:30PM   08:00PM     3
                  THIRD FIVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (July 19 - August 22)
ROH    11/SM3      ART-101-C65 Art Appreciation              92073 ROH 206 TWR 08:10PM 10:40PM 3
ROH    11/SM3      CSC-101-C65 Computer Literacy             92093 ROH 101 TWR 05:30PM 08:00PM 3 $51.00
ROH    11/SM3      FNS-105-C60 Intro to Nutrition            92115 ROH 104 MTWR 01:00PM 02:55PM 3
ROH    11/SM3      MTH-109-C60 Intermediate Algebra Extended 96997 HER 120 MTWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 4 $48.00
ROH    11/SM3      MTH-111-C60 Elem of Statistics I          96996 ROH 210 TWR 09:00AM 11:30AM 3 $36.00
                   (MTH-111-C60 requires a TI-83 Calculator)
              SEVEN-WEEK SUMMER SESSION (July 5 -                                        August 18)
ROH 11/SM7 ENG-012-F60 Reading Skills II 92288 ROH 201 TWR                               08:30AM 10:20AM 3 $36.00
ROH 11/SM7 ENG-022-F60 Writing Skills II 92293 ROH 201 TWR                               10:30AM 12:20PM 3 $36.00
ROH 11/SM7 MTH-011-F60 Math Fundamentals 92303 ROH 201 TWR                               12:30PM 02:20PM 3 $36.00




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Connections                                                              Dial (856) 227-7200 and then the extension listed below.
                                         STUDENT SERVICES
Contact ........................Department........................................Location ..............................Extension
                                            Blackwood Bookstore ...............................................Community Center ..........................................4316
                                            Camden Bookstore ...................................................Camden Tech Center .......................................1200
                                            Camden Parking Passes...........................................Camden Tech Center Lobby ............................1393
                                            Child Care Center .....................................................Child Care Center...........................(856) 227-6872
James Canonica.........................Dean of Students ......................................................Community Center, Room 100A .....................5088
Lauren Hill ................................EOF ...........................................................................Camden Tech Center, Room 207....(856) 968-1325
Jesse Orlando .............................ESL/International Student Services.........................Community Center, Room 107 .......................4539
                                            Financial Aid ............................................................Wilson West, Room 100...................................4985
                                            Librarian...................................................................Blackwood Campus Library, Room 100..........4406
Joanne Kinzy..............................Disabilities Services ..................................................Community Center, Room 100 .............4430, 4372
James Canonica.........................Program for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing ...............Wilson East, Room 109 ...................................4506
Jayne McGovern.........................Student Employment ...............................................Community Center, Room 101B.....................4345
Jackie Tenuto.............................Student Life & Activities ...........................................Community Center, Room 200 .......................4282
Eve Highstreet............................Testing Center...........................................................Blackwood Library, 2nd Floor .........................4710
Vanessa McMasters ....................Transfer Services.......................................................Community Center, Room 101B.....................4268
Patricia Engel............................Tutoring Center ........................................................Blackwood Library, 3rd Floor ..........................4411
                 MATH, SCIENCE AND HEALTH CAREERS
Department Chair/Program Coordinator ........Name....................................Location........................Extension
Academic Skills Math ......................................................Sandi Tannen ....................................Wilson East 211 ................................4733
Addictions Counseling.....................................................Guy Jones...........................................Jefferson 227 .....................................4505
Biology .............................................................................Rita Connolly ....................................Taft 105B...........................................4462
Chemistry.........................................................................Susan Choi ........................................Taft 302A ...........................................4110
Clinical Laboratory Science and Allied Health...............Patricia Chappell...............................Truman 123......................................4330
Dental Assisting................................................................Roxanne Medinger............................Taft 205 .............................................4471
Dental Hygiene ................................................................Barbara Iuliucci ................................Taft 207B...........................................4491
Dental Programs..............................................................Catherine Boos ..................................Taft 207 .............................................4472
Dietetic Technology .........................................................Marsha Patrick ..................................Jefferson 223 .....................................4665
Early Childhood Education.............................................Fatemah Sedighi ...............................Madison 302D...................................4535
Health & Exercise Science...............................................Nicholas DiCicco ...............................Papiano Gym 118.............................4264
Health Information Technology .....................................Linda Mesko ......................................Camden 228G .....................................1331
Hospitality Technology ....................................................Marsha Patrick .................................Jefferson 223 .....................................4665
Human Services ...............................................................Fatemah Sedighi ...............................Madison 302D...................................4535
Mathematics ....................................................................Joseph Diaco ......................................Madison 302A ...................................4207
Nursing and Pre-Nursing Programs...............................Marlene Lazarus................................Jefferson 206 .....................................4566
Paramedic Science (Virtua Health)................................Matthew Scott ....................................Jefferson 212 .....................................5078
Respiratory Therapy (UMDNJ)........................................Alan Realey........................................UMDNJ Stratford .............(856) 566-2892
Surgical Technology........................................................Patricia Chappell...............................Truman 123......................................4330
Veterinary Technology ....................................................Margaret Dorsey ...............................Truman 129......................................4205
        BUSINESS, COMPUTER AND TECHNICAL STUDIES
Department Chair/Program Coordinator ........Name....................................Location........................Extension
Accounting, Finance, Economics....................................Richard Sarkisian..............................Madison 214D...................................4492
Automotive Technology...................................................Anthony Marchetti.............................Truman 133......................................4317
Business Programs ..........................................................Maria Aria..........................................Camden, College Hall, Suite 214A......1257
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)..................Kevin Schmidt ...................................CIM 104.............................................4517
Computer Aided Drafting & Design ................................Domenic Priolo .................................Madison 214C ...................................4445
Computer Graphics..........................................................Elaine Reeder ....................................CIM 207D..........................................4556
Computer Information Systems......................................William Mink ....................................CIM 207C ........................................4769
Computer Science............................................................Anita Wright.......................................CIM 209S...........................................4760
Computer Systems Technology .......................................Domenic Priolo .................................Madison 214C ..................................4445
Engineering Technology / Engineering Science............Lawrence Chatman ...........................CIM 302A...........................................4523
Fire Science......................................................................Patrick Bigoss ....................................Madison 202E ...................................4633
Marketing.........................................................................Rosalie Duren....................................Madison 208 .....................................4424
Office Systems Technology ..............................................Rosalie Duren....................................Madison 208 .....................................4424
Ophthalmic Dispensing Clinic........................................Nancy Don.........................................Community Ctr, 1st Floor ..(856) 227-2649
Ophthalmic Science ........................................................Daniel Banks, Patrick Goughary......CIM 117.............................................5058
Paralegal..........................................................................Sondi Lee ...........................................Madison 202D...................................4558
Physics..............................................................................Raman Kolluri ..................................Laser Building 107 ...........................4474
Photonics/Laser Technology ...........................................Leonard Khazan ................................Laser Building 105 ...........................4320
                 ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Department Chair/Program Coordinator ........Name....................................Location........................Extension
Academic Skills Reading/Writing ..................................Donna Armstrong..............................Wilson East 210 ................................4368
Criminal Justice ..............................................................Eugene Evans ....................................Criminal Justice Center 116 .............4623
Elementary/Secondary Education ..................................Jane Weber .........................................Madison 302C ...................................4766
English .............................................................................Anthony Spatola ................................Wilson East 213 ................................4373
English as a Second Language .......................................David Bruno ......................................Madision 209 ....................................4494
History/Political Science/Philosophy..............................Theodore Barthold ............................Madison 314D ..................................4431
Language and Culture ....................................................Martine Howard.................................Jefferson 225 .....................................4744
Liberal Arts .......................................................................Patrick Hughes ..................................Madison 314C ...................................4319
Performing and Communication Arts............................Allison Green .....................................Lincoln 004.......................................4362
Psychology .......................................................................Jacob Schoenholtz.............................Madison 214E ...................................4331
Sign Language Interpreter Education ............................Sally Emilius .....................................Madison 314G...................................4250
Sociology/Anthropology/Geography ...............................Alvin Fischer ......................................Madison 309A. ..................................4434
Visual Arts.........................................................................Kay Klotzbach....................................Lincoln 005.......................................4342
                            DIVISION OF ACADEMIC SUPPORT
Program Specialist........................................Name....................................Location........................Extension
Distance Learning............................................................Tom Murray.......................................Jefferson 103 .....................................5008

28                    Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
      Aviation
      Summer Camp
FOR ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Camden County College is pleased to participate in an Aviation
Career Education (ACE) Academy partnership program to host a
five-day camp at Camden County College for children, ages 8 to
13, from July 11 through July 15, 2011, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The ACE program is designed to provide an opportunity for stu-
dents to experience the varied aspects of aviation and the aero-
space industry. The expected goal of ACE is to increase awareness
of existing aviation careers and to encourage interest and enthu-
siasm for mathematics, science, and technology both inside and
outside of the classroom. The classroom activities will include
flight history, famous aviators, the space program, flight training,
and light aircraft construction. The class will take two field trips,
one to the Battleship New Jersey, and another to the Millville
Airport & Army Museum. The cost for this five-day camp is
$325, and includes lunch, activities and the trips.
Class size is limited to the first 25 participants.

For more information contact:
Office of School/College Partnerships
and Off Campus Programs
(856) 227-7200, extension 4530

                     Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College   29
                                                     presents

         Summer Stage ’11
             Celebrating 23 Summers as South Jersey’s
          Most Affordable Performing & Visual Arts Camps –
                  Offering Something for Everyone
 Kids Stuff /Storytelling                                   Mainstage
 • half day or full day for children entering 2nd           • a great performance opportunity for those entering
   and 3rd grade – 5 weeks                                    high school through age 25
 • workshops in dance, voice, improv and                    • presenting an exciting Broadway musical with live
   backstage antics                                           orchestra, professional direction, costumes, lights
 • fully staged public performance                            and scenery

 Apprentice /Storytelling                                   Dance Explosion
 • half-day or full-day for children entering grades        • a great way to keep your dance moves in shape
   4 and 5 – 5 weeks                                          and tune into the broadway style of dance
 • work with skilled teachers in dance, voice and acting
 • fully staged public performance                          Video Film Production
                                                            • storyboarding, shot composition, camera tech-
 Children’s Theater                                           niques, interviewing skills, digitizing media,
 • seven-week program for children entering grades            sound mixing and more will be covered in
   6 through 12                                               pre-production, production and post-production
 • opportunity to perform in two fully-staged children’s      work for students entering grades 8 through 12
   musicals                                                 • interview required
 • wide range of performance classes

 Stage Crew                                                     For more information
 • students age 13 through grade 12 can learn                 visit www.mainstage.org
   how the magic is created by learning the skills
   of theater technicians and designers                        or call 609-405-0306
 • interview required

     Great Reasons to be Part of Summer Stage
 • Summer Stage has something for everyone, from grades 2 through age 25, including a latch-key program
   for children registered in our full day 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. programs.
 • Summer Stage – “where kids can be different – together”
 • Summer Stage – where parents feel safe leaving their kids
 • Summer Stage has grown from involving 65 young people in the summer of 1988 to over 530 children
   from grades 2 through age 25.
 • Summer Stage now calls Camden County College home, as Mainstage Center for the Arts has signed a
   five-year contract with the college.
 • Summer Stage offers the best in production value, from scenery to costumes, from lighting to sound.




 This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State,
 a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.
              This program is also made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey Cultural Trust.


30           Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
         Non-credit Continuing Education

NON-CREDIT CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION
The classes included in this publication are for students           CLASS CONFIRMATION
18 years of age or older. Specialized classes for chil-             A confirmation letter will not be sent upon
dren are listed in the College for Kids section. When               receipt of your registration. If you prefer, however,
registering, please provide an accurate daytime phone               you may call us at (856) 874-6004 to confirm that your
                                                                    registration has been received.
number at which you can be reached or where a mes-
sage can be left in the event of a class cancellation.
                                                                    TUITION AND FEES
                                                                    Tuition and fees for Continuing Education courses are listed
  ONLINE                                                            with the course descriptions. Tuition is the same for In-County
 Online registration is available at                                and Out-of-County residents. Organizations with three or more
 www.camdencc.edu/ce                                                people enrolled in the same class may qualify for a 10 per-
                                                                    cent discount; please call for details.
 REGISTRATION
 You may register for Continuing Education courses through          REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY
 any of the following:                                              You will receive a 100% refund if you withdraw five or more
                                                                    days before the first class starts. You will receive a 50%
 WALK-IN                                                            refund if you withdraw four days or less before the class
 Blackwood                                                          starts. The 50% refund will be issued through the first day of
 Stop into the Registrar’s Office Monday through Thursday           class. After the first day of class, there is no refund. To obtain
 from 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. The Blackwood office is                 a refund, please call our office at (856) 874-6004 to receive
 located in Wilson Center.                                          a “Request for Refund” form. Specialized refund policies may
 Cherry Hill                                                        apply to courses. See course description for details. The col-
 The Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill is located at the corner of       lege reserves the right to cancel a course when registrations
 Rt. 70 and Springdale Road. Hours are Monday through               are less than the minimum required. Tuition and fees are
 Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Payment can be                 refunded in full if the course is cancelled by the college. The
 made with check, money order, Visa, MasterCard,                    college also reserves the right to change the time, location,
 Discover or American Express.                                      and/or instructor.

 MAIL-IN                                                            SENIOR CITIZEN REGISTRATION
 Use the registration form on the following page. Payment           Senior Citizens 65 years of age or older may enroll in non-
 for mail registration may be in the form of check, Visa,           credit courses at a 50% discount on course cost on a space
 Discover or MasterCard. Mail completed form and payment            available basis. You must register for classes no earlier than
 to:                                                                five business days before the course is scheduled to begin.
     Camden County College                                          Some courses and programs may not qualify for the discount;
     Continuing Education                                           please ask upon registration for those eligible.
     1889 Rt. 70 East
     Cherry Hill, NJ 08003                                          PARKING POLICY
                                                                    No parking permit is necessary; however, you must park in
 FAX-IN                                                             white-lined, student spaces only.
 (FOR CREDIT CARD PAYMENT ONLY)
 Complete the registration form and fax to us with your             ATTENDANCE POLICY
 credit card information. Our fax number is                         Specified Continuing Education courses require mandatory
 (856) 874-6026.                                                    attendance. Students missing more than 5% of the total class
                                                                    hours or one full class session, whichever is greater, will not
                                                                    be issued a certificate of completion.

                                                                                      (continued on page 32)


                            Camden County College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.

                                Continuing Education Classes • Call Us for More Information: 856-874-6004                       31
Registration
INCLEMENT WEATHER/                                                  CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEU)
EMERGENCY CLOSING                                                   The CEU recognizes persons continuing their education and
When bad weather or an emergency necessitates cancelling            keeping up to date in the latest technology in their fields.
classes, Camden County College will inform faculty, staff, and      One CEU is awarded for every ten hours of instruction. CEU
students of the closing through announcements on Radio              may be awarded for academic credit courses which meet the
Station KYW 1060 AM. Please listen for the school closing           CEU criteria; however, individual participants will not receive
numbers on the early morning broadcasts on KYW. If the              both CEU and academic credit.
weather gets progressively worse during the day, listen again
at midday and late afternoon for updates on closings. If the        CLASS LOCATIONS
closing number is announced, classes will be cancelled at all       Classes are held at both the Blackwood campus as well as
Camden County College sites.                                        the Cherry Hill Center. Please note that the Cherry Hill Center
                                                                    consists of both the Rohrer Center and the Heritage Square
                    Closing Numbers:                                Center. Please consult the individual course description for the
            559 — Cancellation of day classes                       particular location.
          2559 — Cancellation of evening classes                        Building Abbreviation Codes:
                                                                        Blackwood Campus
LIFETIME LEARNING TAX CREDIT                                            CIM   =   Gabriel E. Danch CIM Center
As a Continuing Education student, you may be eligible for              TRU   =   Truman Hall
the lifetime learning tax credit. For 2011, this tax credit is          LIN   =   Lincoln Hall
generally equal to 20% of the first $5,000 of qualified                 TAF   =   Taft Hall
tuition expenses. You, or your parents, are eligible if:                William G. Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill
1. You are not enrolled in a “sports, game, or hobby” course            ROH = William G. Rohrer Center
    unless it is required for your degree;                              HER = Heritage Square, Rt. 70, Cherry Hill
2. You, or your parents, paid tuition after January 1, 2008;
                                                                    DAY ABBREVIATIONS
3. You have not been convicted of a felony offense for the
                                                                    M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday,
    possession or distribution of a controlled substance; and
                                                                    F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday
4. You or your parents’ modified adjusted gross income is
    below $50,000 for single taxpayers or $100,000 for              TIMING IS IMPORTANT —
    married taxpayers filing jointly. For further details, please   REGISTER EARLY!
    consult your tax advisor or an IRS publication.                 Many courses fill quickly and some courses do have size limits
                                                                    attached to them. Also, courses do cancel if the enrollment is
                                                                    not sufficient. Your registration may be the one that makes
                                                                    the class carry so please take advantage of early registration.




     Unemployed?
     ATTEND OUR INFO SESSIONS:
     Every Day Monday thru Thursday at 2 p.m.
     Every Tuesday at 6 p.m.

     William G. Rohrer Center
     Rte. 70 and Springdale Rd.
     Cherry Hill


32               Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                        CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORM
                               Mail form to:        Camden County College
                                                    Attn: Continuing Education
                                                    1889 Rt. 70 East, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
                                                    Telephone: (856) 874-6004
                             you can                Fax: (856) 874-6026
             Did you know e at
                regist er onlin
                             c.edu/ce?
             www.camdenc

Student’s Social Security Number:                             -               -                         Summer 2011

Title:            J Mr.          J Ms.         J Mrs.   J Other: ___________________________________

Legal Name: ___________________________________________________________________
                               Last                               First                             Middle

                                  Name used in previous attendance if different from above:
                        ________________________________________________________________

Home Address: ________________________________________________________________
                        Number             Street

                        ________________________________________________________________
                        City                                          State        Zip             County

Telephone:            Home: _______ -_______ - ____________ Business: _______ -_______ - ____________


E-Mail Address: _________________________________________________________________

                *Information concerning age, gender and ethnic background is required for
                  federal reporting. It does not affect admission to Camden County College.

      Ethnicity*                                                  Date of Birth* ____ / ____ / ____
      J Asian American/Asian/Pacific Islander                                             Month   Day    Year
      J Black/African American/African
      J Hispanic/Latino/Chicano/Spanish                           What is your intent in enrolling at
      J Native American/American Indian/Alaska Native             Camden County College?
      J White/Caucasian/European                                          J To develop/enhance job skills
                                                                          J Personal interest/enrichment
      Gender* J Male J Female
                                                                          J Other_________________________
      Employer ___________________________                                ________________________________


                                                                 Days             Start   End       Start
  Course Number                          Course Title                                                           COST
                                                               (circle)           Time    Time      Date

CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


CE.                                                         MTWRFSU


                                                        TOTAL DUE (see payment info on back)

                                Continuing Education Classes • Call Us for More Information: 856-874-6004              33
     CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORM
                                                   Continued from other side


      If the student is under the age of 18, please complete the following information:
        Parent’s Name:              _________________________________________________________

        Address:                    _________________________________________________________
                                   Number          Street
                                    _________________________________________________________
                                   City                                                    State              Zip

        Social Security Number:                               -              -

        Telephone: Home: _______ -_______ - __________ Business: _______ -_______ - __________
        E-Mail Address: ________________________________________________________                                Did you know
                                                                                                                                you
                                                                                                                  register onlin can
                                                                                                               www.camdenc e at
                                                                                                                             c.edu/ce?
    Check one:    J Check J Third Party (documentation must be attached)
                  J Visa       J MasterCard        J Discover        J American Express
                           ®                 ®                ®                           ®




    Amount $_______________                (All information below must be complete in order to process your credit card.)

    Enter Account # __________ __________ __________ __________

    Cardholder Name__________________________________________________________
                    NUMBER & STREET
    Billing Address __________________________________________________________
                    CITY                                                          STATE             ZIP
                    __________________________________________________________

    Expiration Date ____ / ____ / ____ CVV2 Code                                  (3-digit number on the back of your credit card,
                                                                                  next to the last four digits of your credit card number)
                                                                                  (American Express: 4-digit number on front of your card)
    Cardholder Signature _________________________________


Signature below indicates that I have read and understand the following refund policy:
REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY
You will receive a 100% refund if you withdraw five or more days before the first class starts. You will receive a 50% refund if you
withdraw four days or less before the class starts. After the first day of class, there is no refund. To obtain a refund, a Refund
Request form must be processed. Please visit www.camdencc.edu/ce and click on the Request for Refund link and follow instruc-
tions, or you can process a Request for Refund in person at the Blackwood Campus in the CIM Center, room 207 or at the William G.
Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill. Specialized refund policies may apply to courses. See course description for details. The college reserves
the right to cancel a course when registrations are less than the minimum required. Tuition and fees are refunded in full if the course
is cancelled by the college. The college also reserves the right to change the time, location, and/or instructor.

Student’s Signature:                ________________________________________                  Date:       _________________

                     NOTE: Registration is not complete until payment is made in full.
Mail this form with check or credit card authorization, or fax with credit card authorization to:
             Camden County College
             Department of Continuing Education                                  FAX: (856) 876-6026
             1889 Rt. 70 East
             Cherry Hill, NJ 08003



            3 RD PARTY FINANCING AVAILABLE!
      CALL 856-874-6004 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

34                Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                     Camden County College
                CAREER TRACKS
                                 Camden County College has established one of the largest and
                                 longest running Technology Academies in New Jersey, with expe-
                                 rienced instructors and a proven track record of success. We look
                                 forward to helping you find your new career.

                            Employers require trained professionals with a strong foundation
                            of skills to fill the vast positions being offered today. Camden
                            County College has designed several Technology Career Tracks to
propel students and working professionals into a specific field of their choice.

The CT’s will allow students to receive internationally recognized
certifications and/or build a portfolio designed to demonstrate
skills to prospective employers. Each CT has been comprehensive-
ly developed to provide the necessary skills to compete in today’s
competitive job market.

Certifications listed are administered by third party vendors. The
cost of certification testing is not included in the total cost of each
class.



                 Microsoft Certified IT Professional/
          Cisco Certified Network Associate (MCITP/CCNA)
                     This program is designed for administrators working in small to mid-size
                     information services departments which require a wider skill set with both
                     information technology and networking training. The MCITP Server
                     Administrator certification will help you develop and demonstrate your knowl-
                     edge and skills in working with Server 2008. The CCNA certification validates
                     the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed
    and switched networks. 26 CEU’s.

    COURSES INCLUDED                                                        CERTIFICATIONS
    • Microsoft Certified IT Professional                                   • MCTS, MCITP, CCNA
    • Cisco Certified Network Associate

    Prerequisite: General networking knowledge with one year recent experience or equivalent
    certifications.
    Hours:         260
    Course #: CE.BUN 011
    Cost:         $4,000
                 (Tuition $1,365, Lab Fees $2,335, Materials $300 -
                 certification tests are not included)
    *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31
    Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount

                          Continuing Education Classes • Call Us for More Information: 856-874-6004   35
                         Technology Support Specialist (TSS)
 The TSS Technology Career Track is designed to give someone with little or no computer experience
 entry level training. The skills learned in this track will provide students the ability to “get their
 foot in the door.” Proficiencies gained will be used in any hands-on technology specialty. This
 Career Track is great for those students who enjoy hands-on activities. 26 CEU’s.
     COURSES INCLUDED                                                               CERTIFICATIONS
     • CompTIA A+ and Net+                                                          • A+, Net+, MCP, MCDST
     • Microsoft Desktop Support Technician

     Prerequisite: None, but preferred would be basic computer
     navigation and comprehension of basic terms.
     Hours:      260
     Course #: CE.BUN 002
     Cost:       $3,999 (Tuition $1,625, Lab Fees $2,174, Materials $200 - certification tests are not included)
     *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount



                                     Cisco Security Specialist
 The Cisco Career Track is designed to give someone with intermediate knowledge of networking
 additional advanced skills. Cisco is the leader in switching and routing equipment and this course
 prepares you for one of the most sought after Certifications in the technology industry. Each stu-
 dent will have their own equipment and interconnect it to complete class projects. Advanced rout-
 ing and switching topics will be covered relating to LAN and WAN connectivity. 16 CEU’s.

     COURSES INCLUDED                                       CERTIFICATIONS
     • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)             • 640-802 Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
     • CCNA Security Certification                          • Exam 640-553 Implementing Cisco IOS
                                                              Network Security (IINS)
                                                            • Upon successful completion of Exam 640-553
                                                              you will also obtain CNSS 4013 Recognition

     Prerequisite: Students need to have basic computer knowledge that includes the ability to use
     a mouse, edit and save files. File copying, disk copying, moving and renaming directories in a
     Windows environment and experience in Network+ are essential.
     Hours:      160
     Course #: CE.BUN 005
     Cost:       $2,799 (Tuition $985, Lab Fees $1,585, Materials $229 - certification tests are not included)
     *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount



                      Security Technology Professional (STP)
     Security is the largest growing sector of the IT field. The STP Career Track is designed to give
     industry professionals the ability to become proficient in a variety of network environments,
     design and manage an organization’s security infrastructure, and safeguard IT resources. This
     includes choosing the hardware and software, locking down those systems, and identifying pos-
     sible weaknesses while hardening against attack. 23.6 CEU’s.

     COURSES INCLUDED                                                                     CERTIFICATIONS
     • CompTIA Network+         • CompTIA Security+                                       • Network+, Security+,
     • Certified Ethical Hacker • Penetration Testing & System Security                     CEH

     Prerequisite: Two years recent networking experience or equivalent certifications.
     Hours:          236
     Course #:       CE.BUN 006
     Cost:           $3,700 (Tuition $1,330, Lab Fees $2,160, Materials $210 - certification tests are not included)
     *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount

36              Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                         Office Administrator Specialist
                 Looking for a career in administrative services? This is the course for you! The
                 Office Administrator Specialist teaches students the basics of office management,
                 computerized accounting, typing, scheduling, project management, conflict resolu-
                 tion, and communication skills. Within this program students will become profi-
                 cient in Microsoft Office products including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access.
                 The level of expertise will afford students the opportunity to become a certified
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). This designation will give you the edge over your competition in
the job market. Also, students will participate in a customer service certification to become a CSS —
Customer Service Specialist, learn how to create a professional resume, conduct a successful job
search, and learn how to interview with potential employers. 25 CEU’s.

 COURSES INCLUDED                                                         CERTIFICATIONS
 •   Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)                                    • Word, Excel, Access,
 •   Microsoft Office Specialist - Word - Core                              PowerPoint
 •   Microsoft Office Specialist - Excel - Core
 •   Microsoft Office Specialist - Access - Core
 •   Microsoft Office Specialist - PowerPoint - Comprehensive

 Hours:       250
 Course #: CE.CST 035
 Cost:        $3,999 (Tuition $1,625, Lab Fees $2,174, Materials $200 - certification tests are not included)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




                         Medical Office Administrator
                  This 300-hour hands-on instructor-led program is designed to prepare students
                  for entry-level positions as Medical Office Assistant, Medical Secretary, Medical
                  Receptionist, Medical Billing Clerk, Medical Coding Technician, or Medical Records
                  Technician in a physician’s office, medical clinic or hospital setting. Students will
                  develop strong administrative skills along with the medical framework necessary
                  to succeed in an automated medical environment. 30 CEU’s.

 COURSES INCLUDED                                                     CERTIFICATIONS
 •   Medical Terminology                                               • Certified Billing &
 •   Medical Billing – Medisoft                                          Coding Specialist (NHA)
 •   Ethical Responsibilities                                          • Certified Medical
 •   CPT & ICD-9 Medical Coding                                          Administrative Assistant (NHA)
 •   Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)       • Certifications by National
 •   Patient Care Management                                             Health Career Association (NHA)
 •   Scheduling
 •   Customer Service
 •   Insurance Claim Processing Using the Healthcare
     Finance Administration 1500

 Hours:    300
 Course #: CE.CST 050
 Cost:     $3,999 (Tuition $1,625, Lab Fees $2,174, Materials $200 - certification tests are not included)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount

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Networking
Microsoft Certified IT Professional - Server Administrator
(MCITP - SA) for Server 2008
Earn the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP: Server Administrator) certification to demonstrate your
leadership and problem-solving skills in working with Windows Server 2008. Server Administrators are
recognized among their peers and managers as leaders in the day-to-day operations management of
Windows Server 2008. Demonstrate and communicate your ability to take system-wide ownership of
Windows Server 2008 administration and increase your organization’s return on technology invest-
ment by earning the MCITP: Server Administrator certification. 18 CEU’s.

The MCITP Server Administrator certification will help you develop and demonstrate your knowledge
and skills in working with Server 2008 and prepare you for several different roles including:
       • Network Administrators                                   • Systems Administrators
       • Technical Support Engineers                              • Systems Analysts
       • Network Analysts                                         • Technical Consultants

Certifications:
• Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Exam: 70-642 Windows Server 2008 Network
  Infrastructure, Configuring
• Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Exam: 70-640 Windows Server 2008 Active
  Directory, Configuring
• Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Exam: 70-646 Windows Server 2008, Server
  Administrator

Prerequisite:       General networking knowledge with one year recent experience or equivalent
                    certifications.
Hours:              180
Course #:           CE.CST 074
Cost:               $2,990 (Tuition $945, Lab Fees $1,874, Materials $171 - certification tests are not included)
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                                                                                              Networking

Network+ Certification by CompTIA
Now, more than ever, network technicians need to be certified in order to advance in the industry. A quick look at the help
wanted ads will convince you that it pays to get certified. The marketplace is so starved for qualified personnel; a well-
trained certified technician can easily find work in the industry. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your skills, advance
your career, or start a career in networking then the Network+ certification course is for you. 6 CEU’s.
Certifications: CompTIA NETWORK+ Certification
Hours:      60
Course#: CE.CST 008
Total Cost: $1,099 (Tuition $402, Lab Fees $642, Materials $55 - certification tests are not included)
*Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount



CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
Cisco sees CCNA as its flagship curriculum, so it wants to be sure it’s in step with technological advances as they occur. In
light of this, the CCNA curriculum has been revised to include more networking topics and focus on performance-based
skills. The Cisco CCNA network associate certification validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot
medium-size routed and switched networks, including implementation and verification of connections to remote sites in a
WAN. This new curriculum includes basic mitigation of security threats, introduction to wireless networking concepts and
terminology, and performance-based skills. 8 CEU’s.
Certifications: 640-802 Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
Prerequisite: Students need to have basic computer knowledge that includes the ability to use a mouse, edit and save
files. File copying, disk copying, moving and renaming directories in a Windows environment and experience in Network+
are essential.
Hours:      80
Course#: CE.CST 067
Total Cost: $1,695 (Tuition $699, Lab Fees $866, Materials $130 - certification tests are not included)
*Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount



CCNA Security Certification
Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (CCNA Security) validates associate-level knowledge and skills required to secure
Cisco networks. With a CCNA Security certification, a network professional demonstrates the skills required to develop a
security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats. The CCNA Security
curriculum emphasizes core security technologies, the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to
maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices, and competency in the technologies that Cisco uses
in its security structure. The CCNA Security certification lays the foundation for job roles such as Network Security Specialist,
Security Administrator and Network Security Support Engineer. 8 CEU’s.
Passing the CCNA Security Exams also earns the Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professional Recognition:
CNSS 4013 Recognition – The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS)
recognized that Cisco security courseware meets the 4013A training standard. This advanced standard is intended for
System Administrators responsible for the security oversight or management of critical networks.
Certifications: Exam 640-553 Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (IINS)
Upon successful completion of Exam 640-553 you will also obtain CNSS 4013 Recognition
Prerequisite: Current CCNA Certification
Hours:         80
Course#:       CE.CST 076
Total Cost:    $1,695 (Tuition $699, Lab Fees $866, Materials $130 - certification tests are not included)
*Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount

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Security

 CompTIA Security+ Certification
 Security+ is a vendor-neutral certification exam that covers the foundations of information security. Financial losses due to com-
 puter breaches average $1.5 million per company. Theft and destruction of intellectual property takes place despite the pres-
 ence of firewalls, encryption and corporate edicts. Neither technologies nor policies alone offer effective information security.
 The IT industry must have a well-trained work force to effectively combat hackers and decrease financial losses. 4.8 CEU’s.
 Certifications:
 • CompTIA SECURITY+ Certification
 Prerequisite:
 Students need to have basic computer knowledge that includes the ability to keyboard, edit and save files. File copying,
 disk copying, moving and renaming directories in a Windows environment and experience in Network+ are essential.
 Hours:          48
 Course#:        CE.CST 033
 Total Cost:     $899 (Tuition $352, Lab Fees $492, Materials $55 - certification tests are not included)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




 Certified Ethical Hacker
 This hands-on vendor neutral certification preparation class is a no-nonsense boot camp for those interested in understand-
 ing hacking and the counter measures needed to secure a network. Course topics include common exploits, vulnerabilities
 and countermeasures. Students will explore the tools used by hackers in exposing common vulnerabilities as well as the
 tools used by security professionals for implementing countermeasures. 6.4 CEU’s.
 Certifications:
 Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures (312-50) (Prometric Testing)
 Prerequisite:
 Working knowledge of Windows/Linux, network technologies and protocols. Coding experience is recommended. At least
 two years experience in a security related job is required to take the certification exams.
 Hours: 64
 Course #: CE.CST 027
 Cost: $999 (Tuition $336, Lab Fees $613, Text and Materials $50 - certification tests are not included)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount



 Penetration Testing and System Security
 This course expands knowledge of penetration testing procedures, and is aimed at network attackers as well as defenders.
 This penetration testing training utilizes the latest hacking tools and techniques in the field and includes real world live labs
 for the students to test their skills in a safe, friendly environment. Learn the penetration testing methodology as well as
 cutting edge attack vectors used by industry experts. 6.4 CEU’s.
 Preparation for Certification:
 Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) Pentesting with Backtrack – Separate registration with Offensive Security
 required.
 Prerequisite:
 Advanced knowledge of Windows/Linux (including line commands), network technologies and protocols. Coding experi-
 ence required – specific language is not important. Certified Ethical Hacker and Network+ are essential.
 Hours: 64
 Course #: CE.CST 077
 Cost: $999 (Tuition $336, Lab Fees $613, Text and Materials $50 - certification tests are not included)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount

40               Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                 PC Repair/Operating Systems

A+ Certification by CompTIA
The A+ Certification Program offers a standard of excellence to the PC support industry. Camden County College’s 100-
hour CompTIA A+ Program prepares you for certification by providing instruction on system configuration, installation,
upgrades, diagnosis, repair, preventive maintenance, and safety of vendor neutral PC Hardware. Many high-tech companies
require that both their support staff and their sub-contractors support staff be certified! 10 CEU’s.
Certifications:
• CompTIA A+ Operating Systems Certification
• CompTIA A+ Hardware Certification                                                                UNEMPLOYED?
                                                                                                   This course qualifies for
Prerequisite:                                                                                      state training grants...do you?
Students need to have basic computer knowledge that includes the ability
to use a mouse, edit and save files.
Hours:        100
Course #:     CE.CST 012
Total Cost:   $1,599 (Tuition $525, Lab Fees $974, Text and Materials $100 - certification tests are not included)
*Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




Introduction to Linux
Topics covered in this program include user administration, TCP/IP network configuration, package management using
alien and rpm utilities, kernel updates, shell scripting, installation and management of drivers, Telnet, FTP, DHCP, DNS,
File security and directory security, printing and troubleshooting. 4.8 CEU’s.
Prerequisite:
Students need to have basic computer knowledge that includes the                    Higher Quality
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Course #      CE.CST 047
Cost:         $599 (Tuition $252, Lab Fees $297, Text and Materials $50)
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Graphic Design

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                                                                                           dates and times.
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 Introduction to C#
 This course covers the full range of features and capabilities of the C# language, the Visual Studio 2010 Integrated
 Development Environment and the .NET 4.0 Framework, focusing on the techniques needed to build rich and professional
 looking applications for Microsoft Windows, cell phones, and video game development.
 This course provides an introduction to C# programming. It covers simple data types, standard I/O, string and character
 manipulation, algorithmic constructs, dynamic memory allocation, inheritance and polymorphism, and fundamental object-
 oriented programming concepts.
 The lab component allows the student to practice topics learned by offering a hands-on programming experience vital to
 beginning programmers and experienced computer science students. 9.8 CEU’s.
 Prerequisite: Completely literate in the use of Windows. Some prior experience in programming or website develop-
 ment or at least an understanding of basic programming concepts would be helpful.
 Hours:            98
 Course #          CE.CPG 047
 Cost:             $1,695 (Tuition $595, Lab Fees $1,000, Text & Materials $100)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount



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        dates and times.
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 Become a Database Administrator
 Showcase your talents with Microsoft SQL Server 2008
 MCITP: Database Administrator
 Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Database Administrator (MCITP: Database Administrator) is the premier certification for
 database server administrators. This certification demonstrates that you can keep up with your enterprise business solutions
 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
 Database administrators install or configure Microsoft SQL Server and manage or maintain databases or multidimensional
 databases, user accounts, database availability, recovery, and reporting. They also design or implement security or server
 automation and monitor and troubleshoot SQL Server activity. Database administrators are typically employed by mid-size
 to large organizations. 15.2 CEU’s.
 Prerequisite: Must have a working knowledge of T-SQL and at least one year work experience in a medium to enter-
 prise sized business administering production SQL databases.
 Hours:           152
 Course #:        CE.CPG 057
 Total Cost:      $2,456 (Tuition $798, Lab Fees $1,558, Text & Materials $100 - certification tests are not included))
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount


42             Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                                    Graphic Design
Introduction to Adobe Photoshop                                              Adobe Photoshop CS Advanced
Prerequisite: Experience in Windows and word processing. This course         This class introduces students to the next generation of image editing.
will introduce PC users to the world’s #1 image editing program.             Whether you are a seasoned pro or a new user to Photoshop, this
Course topics will include screen and print resolutions, calibration,        class will give you the knowledge, experience, and credentials to com-
palettes and file formats. Additional topics and skills will include photo   pete in the fast paced world or graphic arts. Topics will include gener-
restoration and basic image editing techniques. 1.5 CEU’s                    al knowledge, using the work area, importing and adjusting images,
                                                                             working with selections, creating and using layers, using masks and
Cherry Hill, Rohrer Center
                                                                             channels, managing and correcting color, drawing, editing, painting,
CE.CMS 048-21 4/29 – 5/27
                                                                             and retouching. 4 CEU’s.
5 sessions        F, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                                                                             Hours:              40
CE.CMS 048-22 6/3 – 7/1                                                      Course #:           CE.CPG 020
5 sessions    F, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                                              Total Cost:         $699 Certification Tests are not included
                                                                                                 (Tuition $284, Lab fees $365, Text and material $50)
Cost:               $179
                                                                             *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31
                    (Tuition $60; lab fees $80 and materials & text $39)
                                                                             Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount


Adobe Photoshop Level II                                                       CLASSES FORMING NOW!
                                                                               Please see Web site for dates and times.
This course will teach more in-depth Photoshop techniques, expand-             www.camdencc.edu/ce • 856-874-6004
ing upon the lessons learned from Introduction to Photoshop.
Students will learn how to use some of the more complicated tools,
for editing and retouching, as well as creating new content. Topics
covered will include image manipulation by adjusting color and edit-         Adobe Illustrator CS
ing photos; using advanced tools such as pen tool, blur tool,                This 40 hour hands-on class is for those interested in learning Adobe
smudge tool, sharpen tool, dodge tool, burn tool and sponge tool;            Illustrator CS. Course topics include creating, editing and transforming
and using filters and selections such as subtracting, feather, and           vector based objects and paths, typography, layers, blends and gradi-
stroking. 1.5 CEU                                                            ents, masks, brushes, patterns, symbols, filters, transparency, special
                                                                             effects, custom colors, file formats and file preparation for the web
Cherry Hill, Rohrer Center                                                   and print. 4 CEU’s.
CE.CMS 072-41 7/9 – 8/6
                                                                             Hours:              40
5 sessions        S, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
                                                                             Course #            CE.CPG 027
Cost:               $179                                                     Total Cost:         $699
                    (Tuition $60; lab fees $80; and materials & text $39)                        (Tuition $284, Lab fees $365, Text & material $50)
                                                                             *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31
  CLASSES FORMING NOW!                                                       Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount
  Please see Web site for dates and times.
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   Multimedia Arts Certificate

   Looking to launch your career in multimedia art and design? This nationally recognized
   Multimedia Design Certificate program equips you with fundamental technical and conceptual
   skills for this challenging interdisciplinary environment. As a student, you'll gain proficiency in
   the core tools for interactive development: Adobe Photoshop, Flash, and After Effects, and learn to shoot
   digital video and edit it in Avid or Final Cut Express. You'll learn how to create images, animations, interfaces, and motion
   graphics for Web-based multimedia. Hands-on projects focus on essential skills and provide experience in working in a broad
   range of media. Class assignments include digital image retouching and compositing, Flash animations and interfaces, scripted
   and documentary video-making, color and typography studies, Flash site development, and motion graphics. For course details,
   visit www.gatlineducation.com.
   Cost: $5,595


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Web Design
Adobe CS4 Web Design and Development
This course will introduce Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), explore and learn the basics of HTML coding as it’s used to
build HTML websites. Students will be creating their own HTML websites, using cross platform tools and programs. This class
will teach the skills needed to design front end sites using Adobe Photoshop, and put it together in Adobe Dreamweaver.
Students will learn to design website layouts in Photoshop, cut up images to incorporate into the CSS of Dreamweaver, as well
as place images and text using Dreamweaver.

Prerequisite
Basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is required for this class.                              CLASSES
Must be familiar with Windows XP or higher, and performing simple operations             FORMING NOW!
such as dragging and dropping files, folder formats and directories, navigating              Please see website
                                                                                            for dates and times.
files and programs.                                                                        www.camdencc.edu/ce
                                                                                               856-874-6004
Hours:                   80
Course #:                CE.CPG 102
Total Cost:              $1,699 (Tuition $699, Lab Fees $925, Books $75)



Adobe Flash CS4 Design and Development
This course is aimed at designers who want to take advantage of the power of Adobe Flash to deliver modern animated web
sites. Flash is the most advanced authoring environment for creating rich, interactive content for digital, web, and mobile plat-
forms. Create interactive websites, rich media advertisements, instructional media, engaging presentations, games, and more.

Flash Design
Provides an introduction to the application interface, visual design, motion graphics, optimization and publishing output. Topics
covered include creating graphics, working with text, creating button and movie clips, creating animations, working with behav-
iors for interactivity, adding sound, creating forms, and basic ActionScript.

Flash Development
Create more advanced and dynamic Flash applications by integrating ActionScript and using some of Flash’s more advanced fea-
tures. Topics covered include formatting dynamically loaded text using HTML, CSS, and nested images, creating an ActionScript-
driven menu, building advanced preloaders, working with audio/video controls, dynamic slideshows, and forms.

ActionScript 3.0
Explores creating sophisticated scalable Flash applications using ActionScript 3.0. Topics covered include major differences with
previous versions, working with datatypes, classes, inheritance, interfaces, and packages, handling exceptions, and working
within the OOP Application Framework

Prerequisite                                                                                CLASSES
Web Design and Development is an excellent prerequisite.                                 FORMING NOW!
                                                                                             Please see website
                                                                                            for dates and times.
Hours:                   60                                                                www.camdencc.edu/ce
Course #:                CE.CPG 201                                                            856-874-6004
Total Cost:              $1,099 (Tuition $354, Lab Fees $670, Books $75)




44               Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                                     Web Design




Advanced Web Development
This course is aimed at designers and beginner developers looking to advance their practices on the web. The course will aim to
cover both front-end and back-end development using HTML/CSS. Javascript, PHP, and MySQL. 6 CEU’s.

HTML/CSS
Students will understand structure vs. design and how to develop standards compliant websites.

Javascript
Using javascript, students will understand basic programming techniques and develop on a client-side basis. Students will learn to
make websites more dynamic and interactive to the user as well as verify the website is being used correctly.

PHP / MySQL
Combining the PHP scripting language with the MySQL database management system, students will be able to develop skills in
server-side scripting. These techniques can be used to create user databases, registrations, and login forms on websites.

Prerequisite
Web Design and Development

Hours:        60
Course#:      CE.CPG 202
Total Cost:   $1,099 (Tuition $354, Lab Fees $670, Text & Materials $75)
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AutoCad 2011

 Award Winning AutoCAD Courses from
 the AutoDesk Authorized Training Center
 The AutoCAD Authorized Training Center and Camden County College has proudly received the following prestigious perfor-
 mance awards from AutoDesk: Excellence in Curriculum, Excellence in Student Satisfaction, and Excellence in Instruction.
 AutoCAD Designers are in demand by today’s top manufacturing, design, and drafting companies. The following training
 program prepares students for careers as draftspersons, designers, and engineers by utilizing the most widely used PC
 based CAD system in the world today. AutoCAD Designers are in demand by today’s top manufacturing, design, and draft-
 ing companies.
 AutoCAD software lets you design, visualize and document your ideas clearly and efficiently. With AutoCAD 2011 you’ll
 move to new heights of productivity. New features help conceptualize and visualize designs, accelerate tasks and allow
 commands to be easily found. 2.4 CEU’s
                                Who should take these courses?
        Designers • Architects • Interior Designers • Contractors • Landscapers • Engineers
         AutoCAD courses on this page are Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount


 AutoCad Level 1:                                                  Introduction to Inventor
 Introduction to 2D Design                                         Inventor is AutoDesk’s parametric design program. The Inventor
                                                                   model is an accurate 3D digital prototype that enables users to
 in AutoCad                                                        validate design and engineering data as they work, minimize the
 Hours:      24                                                    need for physical prototypes, and reduce costly engineering
 Course #: CE.CAD 001                                              changes discovered after the design is sent to manufacturing.
 Total Cost: $599                                                  This course introduces the student to sketching, imposing con-
             (Tuition $254, Lab Fees $270, Text & Materials $75)   straints, modifying models, and laying out shop drawings.
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31                          Hours:      24
 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount
                                                                   Course #: CE.CAD 004
                                                                   Total Cost: $699
 AutoCad Level 2:                                                                (Tuition $280, Lab Fees $344, Text & Materials $75)
 Advanced 2D Design in AutoCad                                     *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31
                                                                   Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount
 Hours:      24
 Course #: CE.CAD 002
 Total Cost: $599
                                                                   Introduction to Revit
                                                                   Revit is an architectural package that works the way you think, so
             (Tuition $254, Lab Fees $270, Text & Materials $75)
                                                                   you can create naturally, design freely, and delver efficiently. And
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31
 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount
                                                                   because it is purpose-built for building information modeling, any
                                                                   change you make – anytime, anywhere – is automatically coor-
                                                                   dinated throughout your project. Designs and documentation stay
 AutoCad Level 3:                                                  coordinated, consistent, and complete. This course is an introduc-
 3D Design in AutoCad                                              tion to the design and annotation components of this program.
 Hours:      24                                                    Hours:      24
 Course #: CE.CAD 003                                              Course #: CE.CAD 018
 Total Cost: $599                                                  Total Cost: $699
             (Tuition $254, Lab Fees $270, Text & Materials $75)                 (Tuition $280, Lab Fees $344, Text & Materials $75)
 *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31                          *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31
 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount                          Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount


                                                                         CLASSES
                                                                      FORMING NOW!
                                                                         Please see Web site for
                                                                            dates and times.
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                                                                            Microsoft Office
MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007
Microsoft Office – LEVEL I                                             Microsoft Office – LEVEL II
This course provides an excellent avenue to obtain a firm foundation   This course provides the perfect supplement to Office Level I This 24
in Microsoft’s most popular Office Applications! This 42 hour hands-   hour hands-on course continues where the Office Level I course ends.
on course includes training on Microsoft WORD, EXCEL, POWER-           You will learn the advanced features and functions of Microsoft’s
POINT, and ACCESS. At the conclusion of this program, you will be      WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS, and POWERPOINT to create the optimum
able to easily navigate through the features of Microsoft’s Office     documents, databases, and presentations. 2.4 CEU
applications. 4.2 CEU                                                  Cost: $299 (Tuition $120; lab fees $145; text & materials $34)
Cost: $599 (Tuition $252; lab fees $294, and text & materials $53)     Cherry Hill, Rohrer Center, Room 201
Cherry Hill, Rohrer Center, Room 201                                   CE.CMS 035-41             7/12 – 8/4
CE.CMS 034-41               5/17 – 6/30                                8 sessions                T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
14 sessions                 T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

                The Microsoft courses on this page are not eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




                                   Office Administrator Specialist
   Looking for a career in administrative services? This is the course for you! The Office Administrator
   Specialist teaches students the basics of office management, computerized accounting, typing,
   scheduling, project management, conflict resolution, and communication skills. Within this program
   students will become proficient in Microsoft Office products including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and
   Access. The level of expertise will afford students the opportunity to become a certified Microsoft
   Office Specialist (MOS). This designation will give you the edge over your competition in the job
   market. Also, students will participate in a customer service certification to become a CSS —
   Customer Service Specialist, learn how to create a professional resume, conduct a successful job
   search, and learn how to interview with potential employers. 25 CEU’s.

     COURSES INCLUDED                                                                        CERTIFICATIONS
     •   Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)                                                    • Word, Excel, Access,
     •   Microsoft Office Specialist - Word - Core                                              PowerPoint
     •   Microsoft Office Specialist - Excel - Core
     •   Microsoft Office Specialist - Access - Core
     •   Microsoft Office Specialist - PowerPoint - Comprehensive

     Hours:       250
     Course #: CE.CST 035
     Cost:        $3,999 (Tuition $1,625, Lab Fees $2,174, Materials $200 - certification tests are not included)
     *Attendance Policy applies – see page 31 Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




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Computer Training Institute
LEARN, LUNCH, AND LAUNCH YOUR SKILL!

Learn today – put your skills to work tomorrow!
The following hands-on seminars will teach you the computer skills you need to know to get the job done! Seminar cost includes training
materials and lunch. One hour break will be provided for lunch. .6 CEU
Cost: $109 (Tuition $36; lab fees $54, and materials & text $19) (Includes lunch)
All classes below will be held in the Heritage Building, Room 103, Rt. 70 in Cherry Hill, next to the William G. Rohrer Center.

   ONE-DAY SEMINARS                               Microsoft EXCEL I                                Microsoft ACCESS I
   Cherry Hill Offerings                          CE.CMS 038-30 W, 5/18                            CE.CMS 040-30 M, 5/23
    All seminars meet from                        CE.CMS 038-31 T, 6/28                            CE.CMS 040-31 F, 6/24
         9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
            Cost: $109                            Microsoft EXCEL II                               Microsoft ACCESS II
Introduction to                                   CE.CMS 039-30 W, 5/25                            CE.CMS 041-30 W, 6/1
Personal Computers                                CE.CMS 039-31 R, 7/7                             CE.CMS 041-31 W, 7/20
CE.CMS 001-30 F, 5/13                             Microsoft EXCEL III                              Microsoft POWERPOINT I
CE.CMS 001-31 M, 6/20                             CE.CMS 069-30 T, 7/12                            CE.CMS 042-30 W, 5/11
Microsoft WORD I                                  EXCEL Pivot Tables and                           CE.CMS 042-31 F, 7/8
CE.CMS 036-30 F, 5/20                             Pivot Charts                                     Microsoft POWERPOINT II
CE.CMS 036-31 F, 6/17                             CE.CMS 067-30 R, 6/23                            CE.CMS 043-30 R, 5/26
Microsoft WORD II                                 EXCEL Formulas and Functions                     CE.CMS 043-31 R, 7/21
CE.CMS 037-30 F, 6/3                              CE.CMS 068-30 F, 6/10
CE.CMS 037-31 R, 7/14


Keyboarding Fundamentals                                                 Windows 7
This hands-on course is designed for the new computer user or for        Microsoft’s newest operating system is here! Windows 7 has better
those wishing to learn the proper finger placement in keyboarding.       ways to find and manage files – like Jump Lists and improved
The course will help you learn and develop proper keyboarding skills     taskbar previews – to help you speed through everyday tasks. It’s
using the method of touch. After learning the keyboard, you will begin   designed for faster and more reliable performance, so your PC works
to improve accuracy and speed. Students should be familiar with a        the way you want it to. In this course, you will learn all the newest
personal computer and have experience using the mouse. .8 CEU            features that Windows 7 has to offer such as HomeGroup, Windows
Cost: $79                                                                Media Center, and Windows Touch. .6 CEU
Cherry Hill Location, Heritage Square, Room 103                          Cost: $109 (Tuition $36; lab fees $49; materials $24)
CE.CMS 030-41                5/2 – 5/11                                  Blackwood Campus, CIM 201
4 sessions                   M, W, 6:30-8:30 p.m.                        CE.CMS 071-51               5/16 – 5/18
                                                                         2 sessions                  M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Introduction to
Personal Computers                                                       CE.CMS 071-52                6/11 – 6/18
For the beginner or new user who wants to learn the essentials and       2 sessions                   S, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
gain hands-on experience with the computer. Course topics will
include an overview of the computer, hardware components, and
operating systems. In addition, the course will cover terminology as     MICROSOFT WORD 2007
well as an overview of software applications such as word process-       The most widely used word processor in the world! Learn to create
ing, spreadsheets, etc. .6 CEU                                           and edit documents, change the styles and fonts of your work, and
Cost: $99                                                                utilize the easy-to-use toolbar capabilities. In addition, learn to for-
(Tuition $36; lab fees $44 and materials & text $19)                     mat text, paragraphs, and entire documents and create and format
                                                                         tables. In Level II, enhance your skills by learning graphics, mail
Cherry Hill Location                                                     merge, styles and templates, and multi-page documents.
CE.CMS 001-41               5/17 – 5/19
2 sessions                  T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                         WORD I
                            Heritage Square 103                          Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows
CE.CMS 001-21               5/7 – 5/14                                   Cost: $159
2 sessions                  S, 9 a.m.-12 noon                            (Tuition $72; lab fees $68 and materials & text $19) 1.2 CEU
                            Heritage Square 103                          Cherry Hill Location
                                                                         CE.CMS 036-41               5/24 – 6/2
CE.CMS 001-42               6/27 – 6/29                                  4 sessions                  T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
2 sessions                  M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                                                     Heritage Square 103
                            Heritage Square 103
                                                                         (more Microsoft Word classes on next page)



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                                Computer Training Institute
CE.CMS 036-42               6/21 – 6/30                                  Excel III
4 sessions                  T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                         Prerequisite: Excel I and II or prior knowledge of Excel
                            Heritage Square 103                          Cost: $99
Blackwood Location, CIM 219                                              (Tuition $36; lab fees $44 and materials/text $19) .6 CEU
CE.CMS 036-51           8/1 – 8/10                                       Cherry Hill Location          Heritage Square 103
4 sessions              M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                             CE.CMS 069-41                 7/26 – 7/28
                                                                         2 sessions                    T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
WORD II
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows and Word I                 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2007
Cost: $99                                                                Create impressive animated presentations, flyers, signs, and advertis-
(Tuition $36; lab fees $44 and materials & text $19) .6 CEU              ing layout using Powerpoint’s special features. Add sound, images,
Cherry Hill Location                                                     and moving objects.
CE.CMS 037-41               6/6 – 6/8                                    Powerpoint
2 sessions                  M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                                                                         Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows
                            Heritage Square 103
                                                                         Cost: $99
CE.CMS 037-42               7/12 – 7/14                                  (Tuition $36; lab fees $44 and materials & text $19) .6 CEU
2 sessions                  T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                            Heritage Square 103                          Cherry Hill Location
                                                                         CE.CMS 042-41                6/14 – 6/16
                                                                         2 sessions                   T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007                                                                                  Heritage Square 103
Never before have spreadsheets had such powerful features! In
                                                                         CE.CMS 042-42                8/1 – 8/3
Level I, learn to create simple or complex financial sheets and orga-
                                                                         2 sessions                   M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
nize data with impressive word processing capabilities. Learn to build
                                                                                                      Heritage Square 103
and edit worksheets, format, and work with charts and formulas. In
Level II, you will learn to create complex formulas, work with mul-      Blackwood Location, CIM 219
tiple spreadsheets, enhance charts and worksheets. In Level III,         CE.CMS 042-51           5/9 – 5/11
you will learn math and statistical functions, lookups, data tables,     2 sessions              M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
exporting and importing and Smart Art.
Excel I                                                                  MICROSOFT ACCESS 2007
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows                            Create and design databases using this popular tool from Microsoft.
Cost: $159                                                               Learn how to analyze data, locate information easily, and manage
(Tuition $72; lab fees $68 and materials & text $19) 1.2 CEU             data integrity. In Level II, learn how to create multiple table queries,
Cherry Hill Location                                                     develop forms, and create advanced queries.
CE.CMS 038-41               5/16 – 5/25
4 sessions                  M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                         Access I
                            Heritage Square 103                          Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows
                                                                         Cost: $159
CE.CMS 038-43               7/11 – 7/20
                                                                         (Tuition $72; lab fees $68 and materials & text $19) 1.2 CEU
4 sessions                  M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                            Heritage Square 103                          Cherry Hill Location
Blackwood Location, CIM 219                                              CE.CMS 040-41                5/3 – 5/12
CE.CMS 038-51           8/2 – 8/11                                       4 sessions                   T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
4 sessions              T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                                                          Heritage Square 103
                                                                         CE.CMS 040-42                6/13 – 6/22
Excel II                                                                 4 sessions                   M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows and Excel I                                             Heritage Square 103
Cost: $99
(Tuition $36; lab fees $44 and materials & text $19) .6 CEU              Blackwood Location, CIM 219
                                                                         CE.CMS 040-51           7/19 – 7/21
Cherry Hill Location                                                     4 sessions              T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
CE.CMS 039-41               6/7 – 6/9
2 sessions                  T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                            Heritage Square 103
CE.CMS 039-42               7/25 – 7/27
2 sessions                  M, W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                            Heritage Square 103

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Computer Training Institute
Access II                                                                Forensic Computer Examiner
Prerequisite: Knowledge of the PC and Windows, and Access I              The forensic computer examiner field has grown tremendously in the
Cost: $99                                                                past few years. For many years, law enforcement officers have been
(Tuition $36; lab fees $44 and materials & text $19) .6 CEU              the primary forensic computer examiners, however, as criminal
                                                                         defense attorneys, and later civil attorneys, encountered the law-
Cherry Hill Location, Heritage Square 103
                                                                         enforcement examiners, the need for qualified civilian forensic com-
CE.CMS 041-41              7/19 – 7/21
2 sessions                 T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                          puter examiners grew. Currently, there is a huge demand for certi-
                                                                         fied, qualified forensic computer examiners. Some trained examiners
Blackwood Location, CIM 219                                              have started their own businesses, some work for large companies,
CE.CMS 041-51           8/5 – 8/12                                       and others work for law-enforcement agencies.
                        F, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                                     This comprehensive online program prepares individuals for a
                                                                         career in this emerging field. Through this training, students learn
Diagnose and Troubleshoot                                                to retrieve evidence and prepare reports, based on that evidence,
Your Personal Computer                                                   which will stand up in a court of law. A section on the ethics of
This course will help you learn from the inside out! Learn how to        computer forensics and on the preparation and analysis of investiga-
setup, diagnose, and correct many of the problems experienced with       tion results is also included.
hardware. Learn the terminology and procedures of upgrading your              The primary certification for civilian forensic computer examiners
computer and the installation of components to your system. Learn        is the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE®) certification. The online
what to do when things don’t work the way they should. 1.2 CEU           Forensic Computer Examiner program is an authorized CCE training
Cost: $159 (Tuition $60; lab fees $60 and materials & text $39)          course and thoroughly prepares students to take the CCE certification
Cherry Hill, Rohrer Center                                               exam. Obtaining a quality forensic computer-examiner education is
CE.CMS 029-41                5/17 – 5/26                                 the best way to prepare for the profession. This online, self-paced
4 sessions                   T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                        program prepares students for CCE certification. Students will be
                                                                         paired with an instructor for one-on-one assistance. See online sec-
                                                                         tion for registration details.
Computer Network Fundamentals                                            Cost: $3,095
This course will provide you with an introductory approach in develop-
ing a fundamental knowledge of computer networks and how they
function. Topics will include network components and how they work;      Configuring a Home Theater PC
how data is transmitted over a network; and network topologies and       Watch, pause, and record live TV. Listen to your tunes. Show off
protocols. Students should have a basic knowledge of computers and       your photo collection. Enjoy online entertainment. Play a DVD. And
hardware components prior to enrolling in this class. 1.2 CEU            do it all from your living-room couch. All this is possible with a home
Cost: $159 (Tuition $60; lab fees $60 and materials & text $39)          theater PC. This course will explain how to select and configure the
Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill                                               components for building your very own home theater PC.
CE.CMS 032-41                 6/3 – 6/24                                 Blackwood Location (Computer Lab)
4 sessions                    F, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                          Cost: $99
                                                                         CE.ENR 163-51                 5/17 – 5/31
                                                                         3 sessions                    T, 6-8 p.m.


                                                                         COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
                                                                         Quickbooks 2010
                                                                         Looking for a popular accounting software developed for small
                                                                         business owners? Try Quickbooks! This easy to use software will
                                                                         help you with all of the key business features you need to rely on
                                                                         to maintain and manage your business. Participants will learn
                                                                         how to process and keep track of invoices, pay bills, track inven-
                                                                         tory, process payroll, and report revenue. Qu ickbooks can even be
                                                                         customized to meet your particular business needs. 1.8 CEU
                                                                         Cost: $265 (Tuition $75; lab fees $135; and text & materials $55)
                                                                         Cherry Hill Location
                                                                         CE.ACC 008-41               5/13 – 6/24 (no class 5/27)
                                                                         6 sessions                  F, 6:30-9:30 p.m.




50                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
Manufacturing Technology Courses
CNC stands for computer numerical control. It is a versatile system that allows you to control the motion of tools and parts
through computer programs that use numeric data. In today’s world of global competition, a company can not survive without
“state-of-the-art” technically trained machine operators. Camden County College’s goal is to provide this training. These practical,
hands-on classes give our students the knowledge they need to perform these high demand jobs.
CNC Operations                                                           MasterCAM Mill Level II
This course teaches operation of Computer Numerical Control (CNC)        Prerequisite: MasterCAM Mill experience
mills, lathes, machining centers, operation of machine tools with con-   This course teaches the use of MasterCAM’s advanced surfacing capa-
trollers, file management, fixture and tool offsets, feeds and speeds,   bilities including NURBS and Parametric surfaces, 3D geometry cre-
and safety. 2.4 CEU                                                      ation, 3D tool paths, construction planes to control tool axis orienta-
Cost: $499 (Tuition $170; lab fees $260; text & materials $69)           tion, complex surface creation and manipulation including the Coon’s
Blackwood Location, CIM Factory Floor                                    patch surface, intersection of surfaces, surface projections, surface
CE.MFG 003-51                                                            shading and MCTV. 2.1 CEU
                                                                         Cost: $525 (Tuition $172; lab fees $283 and text & materials $70)
CNC Programming                                                          Blackwood Location, CIM Factory Floor
This course teaches RS274D standard codes (M&G codes), advanced          CE.MFG 006-51
techniques in CNC programming and Computer Aided Manufacturing           6 sessions
(CAM). 2.4 CEU
Cost: $499 (Tuition $170; lab fees $260; text & materials $69)           SPECIALIZED MANUFACTURING
Blackwood Location, CIM Factory Floor                                    & TECHNOLOGY
CE.MFG 004-51
                                                                         CNC/CAM Programming Project Study
                                                                         This specialized 60-hour course will focus on instruction in CNC
MasterCAM Mill Level I                                                   machine setup and CNC manual programming for both mills and lath-
This course offers an introduction to CAM programming, MS-DOS, MS        es. CAM programming concepts will be introduced using MasterCAM
Windows, and the MasterCAM menu structure. Topics covered in             software. In addition, full 3D wire frames will be constructed and sur-
depth are geometry and tool path definition for machined parts, con-     faced with all current surfacing technology. 6.0 CEU
struction plane definitions, CNC code generation, and communicating      Cost: $3,999 (tuition $1995; lab fees $1759; and text & materials $245)
CNC code to the machine tool controller. Examples used support the       Blackwood Location, CIM Factory Floor
3 axis capabilities of MasterCAM. 2.1 CEU                                CE.MFG 008
Cost: $525 (Tuition $172; lab fees $283 and text & materials $70)        15 sessions
Blackwood Location, CIM Factory Floor
CE.MFG 005-51
6 sessions




           Enrollment in
     Non-credit Courses is Easy!
    ONLINE                                                               MAIL-IN
    Please see special registration instructions for                     You may mail your registration form with your check
    online courses listed in the online description                      or money order to:
    pages in this brochure.                                                  Camden County College
                                                                             Continuing Education
    WALK-IN                                                                  1889 Rt. 70 East
    Visit the Registrar’s office in Wilson Center on the                     Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
    Blackwood Campus. Our normal office hours are
    Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.                   FAX-IN
    Payment may be made by check, money order, Visa,                     Complete the registration form and fax to us with your
    MasterCard, or Discover.                                             credit card information. Our fax number is
                                                                         (856) 874-6026.
             Please see special registration instructions for online courses
                listed in the online description pages in this brochure.



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Online Training Classes
Put Learning at Your Fingertips Day or Night!
Camden County College is pleased to be partnered with EducationToGo (Ed2Go), a leading provider of online training, to provide
an array of courses in numerous areas such as allied health, computers, business, paralegal and personal enrichment. All you
need to get started is a computer with internet access, an e-mail address and a web browser. All instruction takes place on your
computer at home or at work during the hours you choose.
All online courses are six weeks, and students are granted to lessons through their online instruction each week. Each lesson is
accompanied by an interactive discussion area. Quizzes and tests are part of the course to enable you to assess your understanding.
After successful completion of the course, you are able to download a letter of completion for your records. If you wish to receive
a certificate of completion from the college, you must give us a copy of the letter that you download, and we will generate a
certificate for you.
We recommend that you visit the website, www.ed2go.com/camdencc, to review the
course outline, special software or book requirements, and sample lessons before you register.                 NEW
                                                                                                             COURSE
Refunds are not possible once you begin your online course. Each course is offered every month                     S
                                                                                                               FOR
throughout the semester. See the chart below for specific start dates of each monthly section.              SUMMER
    Section #                         Course Dates                         Start Date
        01                         May 18 – June 24                          May 18
        02                         June 15 – July 22                         June 15
        03                        July 20 – August 26                         July 20
        04                    August 17 – September 23                      August 17

Visit our website at www.ed2go.com/camdencc for a complete course listing. Here is a sampling of the course subjects
available online:

•   Accounting and Finance        •   Adobe Software                 •   Languages
•   Business                      •   Digital Photography            •   Creative Writing
•   Management                    •   Graphic Design                 •   Multimedia Design
•   Project Management            •   Web Design                     •   Law and Legal
•   Grant Writing                 •   Computer Programming           •   Personal Enrichment
•   Sales and Marketing           •   Database Management            •   Test Preparation
                                                                                                               NEW
•   Business Communications       •   Networking and Security        •   Teaching and Education
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•   Computer Applications         •   Web Technology
•   Microsoft                     •   Health Care and Medical                                           Ed2Go in h
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STEPS TO REGISTER FOR ONLINE COURSES                                                                             p!
1. Log onto www.ed2go.com/camdencc to select your courses(s) and your desired start date.
2. Once you select your course(s), click the “enroll now” button and follow the steps indicated on the website to complete your
   registration and provide payment.
3. Complete the required orientation which will allow you to choose your user name and password that you will use during the
   course. If you are a new student, click to create a new username and password. If you are a returning online student, you
   can use the same username and password that you did before. If you have registered for more than one course, you will
   need to complete the orientation process for each class.
4. On the day of the start date you chose, return to the online instruction center and click the classroom link to begin your studies.

*Please note that course discounts or waivers are not accepted for online courses and programs.



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   Gatlin Online Certificate Programs
Camden County College is pleased to be partnered with Gatlin Education, an Ed2Go leading provider of online career certificate
programs, to provide an array of training programs in numerous areas such as health care, IT and software development,
media and design, hospitality, sustainable energy, and management and corporate. All you need to get started is a computer
with internet access, an e-mail address, and a web-browser. All instruction takes place on your computer at home or at work
during the hours you choose. To review the course outlines, required materials, etc. for the career programs, please visit
Gatlin’s website at www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.

See the chart below for specific start dates this semester.
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STEPS TO REGISTER FOR ONLINE CAREER PROGRAMS
1. Choose your desired program and start date. Complete your registration and payment with
   www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.
2. You will receive an e-mail from them providing your username and password. Once you receive this information, you are
   able to begin the program.




Medical Coding and Billing Career                                       Medical Transcriptionist Career
Certificate Program                                                     Certificate Program
Seven of the ten fastest growing occupations are currently in the       Demand for medical transcriptionists is high, and employers favor
health care industry, and the outlook for billing continues to be       transcriptionists who have completed a postsecondary training pro-
good. A Career Certificate in Medical Coding and Billing will show      gram such as this one. A Medical Transcriptionist Career Certificate
future employers that you are well-trained in billing, medical codes,   will attest to the fact that you have mastered medical terminology
creating paper records, generating billing statements, researching      and know how to produce a wide variety of medical reports and
and auditing claims, and more. This comprehensive career certificate    documents, including discharge summaries; history and physical
program can provide you with the experience you need to find new        examination reports; operative, consultation, and autopsy reports;
opportunities in a fast-growing field. This comprehensive program       diagnostic imaging studies; progress notes; referral letters; and
includes an instructor and all required textbooks. Students should be   more. This 240-hour comprehensive and affordable program will
comfortable with basic computer activities and using the internet.      leave you well-prepared to start your own business or seek employ-
This program is accredited by the National Healthcareer Association.    ment in doctor’s offices, hospitals, and medical clinics. This compre-
It is not supported by AHIMA accreditation.                             hensive program includes an instructor, and a transcriber and all
                                                                        materials. Students should be comfortable with basic computer activ-
Cost: $1,595                                                            ities and using the internet. For a course overview, please visit
                                                                        www.gatlineducation.com.
                                                                        Cost: $1,595



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Gatlin Online Certificate Programs
Administrative Medical Specialist                                       Comp TIA A+ Certification Program
with Medical Coding/Billing and                                         This nationally recognized CompTIA A+ certification online 320 hour
Terminology                                                             training course is the industry standard for validating vendor-neutral
The Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Billing and Coding   skills expected of an entry-level computer technician. CompTIA A+
(AMS/MBC) will give you the skills you need to find the job you         certification training opens the door to an exciting career in comput-
are looking for as an Administrative Medical Specialist (AMS),          er technology. This entry-level program is designed to prepare stu-
Medical Billing Specialist, Medical Coder, and/or Medical Office        dents for the CompTIA A+ Certification with IT Technician designa-
Manager.                                                                tion. This credential validates the latest skills needed by today’s
     In addition to the extensive Medical Billing and Coding instruc-   Computer Support Professionals and is the skills benchmark that pro-
tion, you will learn all the tasks and skills for an Administrative     vides an entry point into an IT career. It is highly recognized for
Medical Specialist, including those in the "front office" and the       excellence in computer hardware and operating systems covering
Business Office. Some topics include:                                   skills such as installing, upgrading, building, repairing, configuring,
• Scheduling appointments                                               troubleshooting, optimizing, diagnosing, and preventative mainte-
• Medical Records/ Patient Chart creation and maintenance               nance, with additional elements of professionalism and communica-
• Patient and staff communication and interpersonal relationships       tion and security. This program is comprised of two modules. The
• Accounts Receivable, including charge and payment entry;              CompTIA A+ Certification: Essentials module provides students with
• Bookkeeping (daily, monthly, and annual responsibilities)             the knowledge of basic hardware, operating systems, and elements
• Diagnostic and Procedural Coding                                      of security and soft skills. The CompTIA A+ Certification: IT
• Medical Insurance Billing and Reimbursement                           Technician module is appropriate for those who work, or plan to
• Hands-on training with medical office simulation software (MOSS)      work, in a mobile or corporate technical environment, or hold a
• Policy and Procedure Manual development                               position characterized by a high-level of in-person client interaction.
• Compliance and Regulatory considerations                              Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be
                                                                        prepared to take CompTIA A+ Certification: Essentials (Exam 220-
In addition, the Medical Terminology portion provides 60 hours of       601) and CompTIA A+ Certification: IT Technician (Exam 220-
terminology training in the following modules.                          602). In order to complete the optional hands-on exercises/labs
• Learning Medical Terminology                                          you will need an additional computer. For course details, visit
• The Body as a Whole                                                   www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.
• The Integumentary System
                                                                        Cost: $1,695
• The Musculoskeletal System
• The Respiratory System
• The Cardiovascular System                                             Comp TIA Security+
• The Digestive System                                                  Certification Training
• The Urinary System                                                    This nationally recognized CompTIA™ IT Security+ online training
• The Nervous System                                                    course and certification program helps prepare a student for the
• The Endocrine System                                                  Security+ IT certification exam. Students will learn about IT industry-
• The Sensory System                                                    wide security topics, including communication security, infrastructure
• The Hematic, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems                            security, cryptography, access control, authentication, external
• The Female and Male Reproductive Systems                              attack, and operational and organization security. Other topics
                                                                        included in this course are protocols used in Linux, UNIX, and
Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Certificate of
                                                                        Windows 2000 in addition to the TCP/IP suite component proto-
Completion from the school through which you enrolled. You will
                                                                        cols, and Ethernet operations. Students will gain knowledge in cap-
also be eligible to register, prepare, and take the National
                                                                        turing, analyzing, and generating IP traffic, how to exploit protocol
Healthcareer Association (NHA)’s dual-certification examination –
                                                                        weaknesses and examine defensive solutions. Packet filtering, pass-
the CMAA/CMBC (Certified Medical Administrative
                                                                        word policies, and file integrity checking are also covered. For
Assistant/Certified Medical Biller and Coder). This program is not
                                                                        course details, visit www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.
supported by AHIMA accreditation.
                                                                        Cost: $1,695
Cost: $2,295




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54                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
   Gatlin Online Certificate Programs
Certified Bookkeeper                                                        Some typical tasks for a Certified Wedding Planner (CWP) include:
                                                                             1. Receiving, making and documenting telephone calls to clients
Career Program                                                                  and vendors.
This 80 hour online course for professional bookkeepers leads to
                                                                             2. Scheduling appointments with vendors for clients.
national certification with the American Institute of Professional
                                                                             3. Helping a client to unveil her personal style or wedding day
Bookkeepers (AIPB). The AIPB certification is a high professional
                                                                                vision.
standard and the only national standard for bookkeepers. Becoming
                                                                             4. Designing inspiration boards for new client meetings.
a Certified Bookkeeper (CB) can increase earning potential, enhance
                                                                             5. Assist a client with her wedding gown/attire selection.
professional status, and offer a decisive edge in any job market. This
                                                                             6. Budget Tracking and project planning.
course was created by the AIPB to prepare experienced bookkeepers
                                                                             7. Site visits with clients for venue selection.
for the certification exam at some Prometric Test Centers. Certified
                                                                             8. Troubleshooting and solution solving.
Bookkeepers (CB's) are to bookkeeping what CPA's are to account-
                                                                             9. Managing and delegating task as well as tracking progress.
ing: the elite of the profession. The web-based format allows stu-
                                                                            10. Collecting payments and performing collection activities.
dents to move at their own pace from any web-enabled computer.
                                                                            Wedding planners are in demand as more and more sophisticated
The program consists of six separate subject areas:
                                                                            brides discover they can not be the bride and the wedding planner
 1. Adjusting entries
                                                                            on the day of their wedding. Many professional planners run their
 2. Correction of accounting errors (including the bank reconciliation)
                                                                            own company while many others work for wedding businesses
 3. Book and tax depreciation
                                                                            offering wedding planning services. For course details, visit
 4. Basic payroll
                                                                            www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.
 5. Merchandise inventory
 6. Internal controls and fraud prevention AIPB provides students           Cost: $1,395
    with a set of five workbooks that prepares them for each of
    the exams. You will need Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel             Multimedia Arts Certificate
    for this course. For course details, visit                              Looking to launch your career in multimedia art and design? This
    www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.                                       nationally recognized Multimedia Design Certificate program equips
Cost: $1,795                                                                you with fundamental technical and conceptual skills for this chal-
                                                                            lenging interdisciplinary environment. As a student, you’ll gain profi-
                                                                            ciency in the core tools for interactive development: Adobe
Certified Wedding Planner                                                   Photoshop, Flash, and After Effects, and learn to shoot digital video
The Certified Wedding Planning Program is perfect for the individual        and edit it in Avid or Final Cut Express. You'll learn how to create
looking to get started as a professional wedding planner right away.        images, animations, interfaces, and motion graphics for Web-based
This comprehensive program covers everything an aspiring wedding            multimedia. Hands-on projects focus on essential skills and provide
planner needs to know to get started in the business, from contracts        experience in working in a broad range of media. Class assignments
to etiquette, flowers, music, day of services, marketing, business          include digital image retouching and compositing, Flash animations
practices, trade secrets and industry specific applications. Whether        and interfaces, scripted and documentary video-making, color and
you plan on working part-time, planning only a few weddings a               typography studies, Flash site development, and motion graphics.
year, or a full-time career, this program will provide all the tools nec-   For course details, visit www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc.
essary to work as a professional wedding planner or start your wed-
ding planning business. The assignments are geared towards starting         Cost: $5,595
a business in the industry. Therefore, most assignments are tools
that will be utilized in your business such as contracts, business          Certified Green Supply Chain
packages, profiling templates for new clients and tools for designing       Professional
a signature wedding such as fabric boards, design displays and pre-         Gain the skills and knowledge you’ll need to “green” an organiza-
sentation tools. Textbooks include templates and many examples for          tion’s supply chain. Global sourcing, material management, procure-
you to utilize in order to develop your own, such as contracts and          ment/buying, transportation and logistics, and new product develop-
service packages. There are also over 50 documents in the on-line           ment require specialized knowledge to enable a company to achieve
library you can download as templates for your bridal clients.              its environmental sustainability goals. The supply chain is at the
This program covers many areas, such as Budgeting, Project                  heart of operations for most businesses. Prepare yourself for a chal-
Management, Vendors & Contracts, Wedding Etiquette, Wedding                 lenging and rewarding career in the green supply chain management
Customs and Traditions from over 15 different cultures worldwide,           field or develop an edge for yourself if you are already a supply
Wedding Gown Styles & Veils including the seasons top designers             chain practitioner today.
and videos of the most recent Truck (Fashion) Shows, Wedding                      This professional certification program will help you learn the
Event Planning, Writing your Business Plan, Signature Wedding               essentials of green product standards and labeling, how to develop
Design, Invitations, Public Relations, Wedding Music Selections,            sustainability supplier programs, understand sustainable business prac-
Sales & Marketing, Pre and Post Wedding Parties, How to expand              tices, apply “lean” & “green” manufacturing strategies, and how to
your business, Relationship Education as well as Production and             integrate green supply chain practices across the extended supply
Operations Management.                                                      chain.
                                                                            Cost: $1,595


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Gatlin Online Certificate Programs
Principles of Green Buildings                                              Paralegal Career Program
The Principles of Green Buildings course is designed to teach an indi-     The Paralegal Online Training Program will prepare you for success in
vidual in the building, remodeling, or trade industry the principles       this growing career field. You’ll learn about the American legal sys-
they must know to make buildings perform more efficiently. It was          tem, how to conduct legal research and legal interviews, how to per-
developed and written in partnership with nationally recognized            form legal analyses, and more.
building science experts from Advanced Energy of North Carolina and              Become one of the more than 120,000 paralegals in the
is full of scientific facts, pictures, videos, graphics, and text.         United States. Paralegals are involved in sophisticated legal work in
Everything an individual in the building, remodeling, or trade indus-      traditional law office settings and in the corporate, government, and
try needs to know to make buildings perform more efficiently is            public arenas. Obtaining a quality education is the best way to pre-
introduced in this course. The Principles of Green Buildings course        pare for the paralegal profession. This self-paced, Web-based pro-
has also been designed to help prepare individuals for various NATE,       gram will get you ready for an entry-level paralegal position, and it'll
NARI, BPI, RESNET, and other industry credentials for green building.      prepare you to take the certification exam. You'll be paired with an
See online section for registration details.                               instructor for one-on-one assistance, and you'll also receive free
Cost: $595                                                                 access to NALA Campus and Westlaw!
                                                                                 Through a special arrangement between Gatlin/ed2go and
                                                                           National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) Campus, your tuition
Solar Power Professional                                                   includes free access to the seven preparatory exam courses offered
Get the renewable energy training you need as you learn the basics
                                                                           at NALA Campus. Regardless of whether or not you're eligible for
of solar systems, their benefits, and their many applications.
                                                                           certification or plan to take the exam, the NALA Campus preparatory
Examine the history of photovoltaic solar power, and gain a sense
                                                                           courses are a value-added addition to your paralegal education.
for where the PV industry is headed. We will start with basic safety,
                                                                                 This program also provides all paralegal students with free
including how to avoid potential accidents and how to create a safe
                                                                           access to Westlaw to complete their assigned research projects.
work environment as well as the use of protective equipment. You
                                                                           Westlaw is an online legal research service that provides fast and
will master the fundamentals of electricity and solar energy, includ-
                                                                           easy access to an extensive collection of legal resources, news,
ing how to calculate simple circuit values and predict solar position
                                                                           business, and public records information. Access to the number-one
using solar path diagrams. Topics will include electricity terminology,
                                                                           rated online legal resource, Westlaw, will benefit you tremendously
solar terminology, solar movement, earth tilt, and module output
                                                                           as you perform your legal research assignments during your parale-
values. Upon completion of this program, you will have a thorough
                                                                           gal education.
understanding of PV applications, working safety as it pertains to
the field, basic electricity, and PV module fundamentals.                  After completing this program, you’ll:
Cost: $1,695                                                               • Understand the common responsibilities and duties of paralegals
                                                                           • Know how the paralegal field is regulated
                                                                           • Understand ethics for attorneys and paralegals
Certified Sustainability Professional                                      • Be familiar with how the American legal system is structured and
Are you prepared for an exciting career as a leader in the green col-          how it operates
lar economy? Millions of new jobs in this rapidly growing sector will      • Be able to perform legal analyses
be available to people that set themselves apart from the crowd by         • Conduct legal interviews
earning the professional credentials and skills they need to lead sus-     • Understand the duties of a litigation assistant in the four stages
tainable business practices. Imagine the doors you will open for               of litigation
yourself as a Senior Certified Sustainability Professional.                • Conduct legal research
     After completing this premier certification program, you will         • Implement guidelines and proper etiquette for legal writing
establish yourself as a sustainable business professional ready to         • Understand methods of formal and informal administrative
take responsibility for setting the direction and coordinating an enter-       advocacy
prise’s sustainability strategy across multiple functional areas such as
sales, marketing, communications, new product development, global          Cost: $1,795
supply chain, operations, and corporate social responsibility. Topics
of study will include: Green Purchasing Fundamentals, Sustainability
in Major Business Sectors, US Green Building Council & LEED,
Environmental Management Systems, Environmental Accounting,
and Green Marketing. 11 CEU
Cost: $2,495




        A variety of other certificate programs are also offered through our
                   partnership with Gatlin Education. Please visit
             www.gatlineducation.com/camdencc for more details.

56                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
   Gatlin Online Certificate Programs
Legal Secretary                                                           Forensic Computer Examiner
Attorneys rely on sharp, motivated legal secretaries to help them start   The forensic computer examiner field has grown tremendously in the
a practice or keep a thriving practice competitive. In this program,      past few years. For many years, law enforcement officers have been
you’ll learn all the skills you need to enter the fast-paced world of     the primary forensic computer examiners, however, as criminal
the legal secretary. The demand for this profession is growing faster     defense attorneys, and later civil attorneys, encountered the law-
than average, and attorneys are consistently on the lookout for quali-    enforcement examiners, the need for qualified civilian forensic com-
fied, professional legal secretaries to augment their practices.          puter examiners grew. Currently, there is a huge demand for certi-
     In these lessons, you’ll master everything from the basics of        fied, qualified forensic computer examiners. Some trained examiners
legal terminology and procedure to practice management tasks,             have started their own businesses, some work for large companies,
accounting, and QuickBooks skills. Along the way, you’ll find out         and others work for law-enforcement agencies.
just what it’s like to work in this fascinating and growing field.              This comprehensive online program prepares individuals for a
Topics covered will include:                                              career in this emerging field. Through this training, students learn to
  1. Introduction to Legal Secretary Program                              retrieve evidence and prepare reports, based on that evidence, which
  2. Law Office Management                                                will stand up in a court of law. A section on the ethics of computer
  3. Legal Terminology                                                    forensics and on the preparation and analysis of investigation results is
  4. Introduction to the Legal System                                     also included.
                                                                                The primary certification for civilian forensic computer examiners
  5. Legal Writing
                                                                          is the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE®) certification. The online
  6. Persuasive Communication
                                                                          Forensic Computer Examiner program is an authorized CCE training
  7. Introduction to Accounting
                                                                          course and thoroughly prepares students to take the CCE certification
  8. Introduction to Excel
                                                                          exam. Obtaining a quality forensic computer-examiner education is
  9. Introduction to Quickbooks
                                                                          the best way to prepare for the profession. This online, self-paced
10. Project Management                                                    program prepares students for CCE certification. Students will be
By the time you’ve completed this program, you’ll possess the             paired with an instructor for one-on-one assistance. See online sec-
knowledge necessary to successfully pass the National Association of      tion for registration details.
Legal Professionals (NALS) Accredited Legal Secretary (ALS) exam.
                                                                          Cost: $3,095
Cost: $2,095
                                                                          Web Design Certificate
Event Management and Design                                               Looking to launch your career in the exciting field of Web design?
This exciting Event Management and Design online program is               This Web Design Program focuses on the fundamental technical and
structured to provide both practical knowledge and a comprehen-           aesthetic skills required for this challenging field.
sive understanding of the modern special event industry. Event                 As a student, you'll gain proficiency in the software programs
Management and Design will equip you with the knowledge to                that every Web designer needs to know: Adobe Photoshop,
advance in the field if you are already working in events, or to pre-     Fireworks, Dreamweaver, and Flash. You'll learn how to create digi-
pare you to enter the profession with an understanding of the             tal images and animations and build standards-compliant Web sites
industry and knowing what you are getting yourself into. Students         using either HTML/CSS hand-coding or Web editing programs.
will build the foundation which you can use to build a career in spe-          Hands-on projects will give you experience in professional Web
cial events or start your own special event business. This program is     design. Assignments include digital retouching and compositing,
split up into two modules: Special Event Management and Special           XHTML page markup, CSS-based layout and typography, home page
Event Design and Decoration. Each module includes multiple units          and navigation design, Flash graphics and animations, mouseover
complete with interactive media-rich presentations. Topics include        effects, competitive analysis, site maps, wireframes, mood boards,
the Five Stages of Event Management, concepts of communication            color palettes, blog layout, and portfolio site design.
and synergy, different leadership styles, hiring vendors, catering,       Cost: $5,595
sound/light technicians, entertainment, marketing strategies, event
site inspections, software for the office, event management, and          Video Game Design & Development
CADD, and budgeting, pricing, and accounting as they relate to            Video game design and development is challenging and exciting
Event Design. See online section for registration details.                career. With this unparalleled comprehensive training program, you
Cost: $1895                                                               will master skills that open doors to the growing video game indus-
                                                                          try. Using a comprehensive and analytical approach to game engine
                                                                          architectures, this program offers you the opportunity to learn how
                                                                          to effectively implement game ideas. The curriculum is divided into
                                                                          eight modules covering five major areas of study: programming lan-
                                                                          guages, mathematics skills, 3D graphics pipeline programming, real-
                                                                          time game engine architectures, and artificial intelligence algorithms.
                                                                          Developing and managing the complex environments for games and
                                                                          related visualization applications is an exciting career that is always
                                                                          changing and growing.
                                                                          Cost: $1,995

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Bookkeeping/Paralegal

  Certified Bookkeeper Program
  The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) has established a professional certification, the Certified Bookkeeper (CB)
  credential. Individuals possessing this credential earn the right to put “CB” after their name and will advance their careers and assure the
  maximum compensation for their skills. Certification distinguishes you from other bookkeepers because it proves that you can handle all of
  the books through the adjusted trial balance for a company of up to 100 employees or even 200 employees. To obtain certification,
  individuals must have at least two years of bookkeeping experience, pass the required examinations, and adhere to the AIPB code of ethics.
  This program focuses on preparing you for the exams by helping you master the content knowledge needed for the certification and cre-
  dential. Specific areas covered are:
  • Adjusting entries                                                   • Payroll              • Book and tax depreciation
  • Correction of Accounting errors including bank reconciliation       • Inventory
  In addition to completing the coursework, students must arrange to take the exams to obtain the credential. Instruction will be given on
  when and where the exams can be taken. Before undertaking this program, students should have experience in bookkeeping and the
  necessary accounting course experience. This course assumes a solid background and does not teach basic bookkeeping skills.
  Blackwood Location                                                      CE.ACC 011-51               5/9 – 8/8
  Cost: $645 (tuition $520; textbook and materials $125)                  12 sessions                 M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.


Paralegal Career Program                                                    Legal Secretary Program
Please visit our online Gatlin Education section on page 56 for more        Please visit our online Gatlin Education section on page 57 for more
information.                                                                information.



Marketing & Sales
The Customer Connection                                                     Handling Challenging or
This seminar is devoted to the techniques used in providing total cus-      Difficult People
tomer satisfaction. In today’s customer-oriented business environ-          Be your best professionally. Learn the types of “difficult people” and
ment, “people” skills are critical for personal and organizational suc-     how best to handle each type. Learn how to minimize conflict and
cess. Organizations and corporations increase sales and revenues by         how you can also be part of the solution. Examine techniques that
offering their clients prompt and courteous service. Satisfied clients      can be used to handle even the most difficult situation. A personality
will use a service again and recommend that service to others there-        assessment tool will also be utilized as part of the class discussion to
by increasing a market base. Through group participation and class-         gain insight into personality and leadership.
room exercises, the participant will understand and be able to put          Cost: $45                     Blackwood Location
into practice proven customer service techniques and strategies.            CE.MGT 001-51                 6/6 – 6/13
Emphasis will be placed on analyzing problems and eliminating               2 sessions                    M, 7-9 p.m.
defects in the area of customer service. .6 CEU
Cost: $45                    Blackwood Location
CE.MGT 012-51                6/2 – 6/9
                                                                            Sales & Marketing for “Non-Selling
2 sessions                   R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                              Professionals”
                                                                            – How to acquire & retain new clients with little or no
                                                                            prior sales experience –
Methods of Sales Management                                                 From lawyers and accountants to retailers and tradesmen, the mar-
Learn how to refresh your sales approach and add spark and inspira-         ketplace is full of people who have no formal sales experience, yet
tion to your sales efforts. Participants will explore ways to network;      they are responsible for bringing in new business. This course
prospect; reach decision makers; cold call; make effective presenta-        addresses the strategies, tactics, systems, processes, skills and
tions; follow up; and close the deal. This workshop will provide ener-      tools that peaking performing “rainmakers” use to generate new
gy to your sales efforts whether you are new to the field or have           business and to manage customer relationships. Planning to open a
many years of experience.                                                   new business? Hoping to improve sales at an existing one? This
Cost: $45                     Blackwood Location                            course debunks the myth that only certain kinds of people are good
CE.MGT 078-51                 6/29 – 7/6                                    at sales & marketing. Learn how – step by step – the rainmakers
2 sessions                    W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                             go about generating new business. Instructor David Kramer is a
                                                                            senior marketing strategist, sales producer, business development
                                                                            consultant, performance coach & trainer.
                                                                            Cost: $79                    Cherry Hill, Rohrer Center
                                                                            CE.MGT 079-41                5/17 – 6/21
                                                                            6 sessions                   T, 7-8:30 p.m.

58                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                               Small Business Institute
Small, growing businesses need help, especially practical advice and      Taxes and Record Keeping (Session 6)
ideas that work. These workshops are designed to give you the business    Learn what type of business entity is right for you. Learn what legal and
management skills necessary to succeed in today’s competitive market.     tax benefits are available to you in starting or owning your own busi-
                                                                          ness. This seminar concentrates on various legal forms of business, their
STARTING YOUR OWN                                                         costs, tax reporting, and benefits to the small business owner. .25 CEU
BUSINESS                                                                  CE.BUS 005-51                  6/22
6 sessions                                                                1 session                      W, 6:30-9 p.m.
Cost: $199 for all 6 seminars or $40 per individual session
All sessions held at the Blackwood Campus                                 Running a Small Business
                                                                          This course is a legal survival guide for owners of    NEW
Introduction to Small Business                                            small businesses or those planning to start one.
Ownership (Session 1)                                                     The student will learn about contract types, forma-
Participants will be introduced to what it takes to start or purchase a   tion, and enforcement; sales and warranty; secured transactions;
small business. Economic climate and other factors of business own-       negotiable instruments and other commercial paper; dealing confi-
ership are discussed with an emphasis on a positive approach to this      dently with agents, contractors, employees, banks, carriers, sureties,
series of seminars. .25 CEU                                               insurers, and the government; how to collect debts and resolve dis-
CE.BUS 001-51                5/18                                         putes; and what to expect of your lawyer and the court system.
1 session                    W, 6:30-9 p.m.                               (This course is self-contained and can be taken without first having
                                                                          taken Setting Up Your Small Business - Part I.)
The Business Plan Part I:                                                 Cost: $45                     Blackwood Location
Planning Process (Session 2)                                              CE.BUS 013-51                 6/21 – 6/28
This seminar concentrates on the organization and elements of a           2 sessions                    T, 6:30-9 p.m.
basic business plan. Learn the uses of a business plan and when and
why it is necessary – a must for people starting their own business       Setting Up Your Small
or business owners seeking financing. .25 CEU                             Business - Part I                                          NEW
CE.BUS 002-51               5/25                                          This course provides the practical knowledge of
1 session                   W, 6:30-9 p.m.                                the law needed to set up a business. Topics include
                                                                          the steps of business formation and registration, features of operat-
The Business Plan Part II: Marketing                                      ing and buyout agreements, capital contributions, adjusting compen-
and Promotion (Session 3)                                                 sation among working and investing owners, and how early choices
This seminar continues from Part I, the Planning Process, by focusing     affect the taxation and income of the owner or owners. Also covered
on the business plan and its affect on marketing and promotion for        are selection, ownership and protection of the business name, the
the business owner. .25 CEU                                               legal significance of job titles; and avoiding infringement suits. The
CE.BUS 010-51               6/1                                           LLC and S-Corp forms are highlighted; alternative forms are discussed
1 session                   W, 6:30-9 p.m.                                and compared.
                                                                          Cost: $45                      Blackwood Location
                                                                          CE.BUS 012-51                  6/7 – 6/14
Selling Skills for Your Business                                          2 sessions                     T, 6:30-9 p.m.
(Session 4)
Learn to plan and forecast your cash needs in order to start, operate,
or purchase a business. This step-by-step seminar concentrates on the        INTERESTED IN
basics of cash flow planning. Learn to plan your own cash flow from          JOINING OUR
actual case studies. This seminar teaches you the proper format and          TEAM OF QUALIFIED
purpose of this vital part of operating a small business. .25 CEU
CE.BUS 003-51                 6/8
                                                                             INSTRUCTORS?
1 session                     W, 6:30-9 p.m.                                 The Division of Continuing Education is always looking
                                                                             for qualified instructors that can present new courses or
Financing a Small Business (Session 5)                                       seminars in the area of Professional Growth or
Learn where and how to borrow money, the do’s and don’ts of bor-             Community Services. If you have a special skill you
rowing, and the different sources of money available to you. Learn           would like us to consider, please send your résumé and
how to build the proper banking relationship and what is needed to           course proposal to:
secure that business loan. .25 CEU                                                Sheri Porreca
CE.BUS 004-51               6/15                                                  Division of Continuing Education
1 session                   W, 6:30-9 p.m.                                        Camden County College
                                                                                  P.O. Box 200
                                                                                  College Drive
                                                                                  Blackwood, NJ 08012

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Business & Management Seminars
Get the competitive edge over other professionals by staying on top of your skill set.
These seminars are designed to give you the knowledge you need to standout and
succeed in today’s fast moving economy.
Business Communications                                                        Conflict Resolution
Communicating clearly and effectively is an essential skill to                 and Management
success in the business world. The following series of classes are             In today’s high paced business environment, change, stress, and
designed to develop this skill.                                                conflict occur daily as our economic climate experiences chal-
                                                                               lenges and often times setbacks. This series of classes is designed
Business Writing for Professionals                                             to help you understand and manage these factors we all face
Learn how to write more effective letters, memos, and e-mail mes-              each day.
sages that will enhance the delivery of your message. Participants will
learn how to organize their thoughts to construct clear, precise mes-          Managing Stress and Emotions
sages; refresh their grammar and punctuation; and proofread accu-              in the Workplace
rately. Emphasis will be placed on tone and inflection and projecting a        This course is designed for those wishing to manage stress and pre-
positive and professional image in all your communications. .9 CEU             vent burnout. This seminar will teach you how to respond appropri-
Cost: $65                    Blackwood Location                                ately to daily pressures and how to take charge of stressful situations
CE.MGT 020-51                5/5 – 5/19                                        so you can perform at your best. Participants will learn to recognize
3 sessions                   R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                                 the signs of stress, determine stress-prone personalities, and explore
                                                                               coping techniques. .6 CEU
Powerful Presentations                                                         Cost: $45                    Blackwood Location
This seminar will assist participants in learning how to stand up and          CE.MGT 008-51                5/16 – 5/23
deliver presentations that convey ideas with confidence and passion,           2 sessions                   M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
inform with pizzazz, and motivate others to take action. Learn pre-
sentation basics, connecting with your audience, and correct utiliza-          Embracing Change
tion of visual aids in your delivery. Specific topics will include how to      Change is commonplace in today’s businesses and organizations.
organize your thoughts, using movement, gestures, and facial                   How you react to it can have a major impact on your career success
expressions in presentations, using your voice to project, pace, and           and your emotional well-being. During this seminar, we will deter-
pause, and how to grab and keep the audience’s attention. .6 CEU               mine how to make change work for you and your company; how
Cost: $65                     Blackwood Location                               attitude is essential in change; why change happens and why it is
CE.MGT 024-51                 5/3 – 5/17                                       actually important; and how we can develop ourselves to deal with
3 sessions                    T, 7-9 p.m.                                      the stress that change often brings.
                                                                               Cost: $45                    Blackwood Location
Assertiveness Skills                                                           CE.MGT 071-51                6/20 – 6/27
This course will focus on assisting individuals in increasing your self-con-   2 sessions                   M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
fidence, self-esteem, credibility, and composure. Emphasis will be placed
on the techniques utilized to best express yourself, make a strong             From Conflict to Cooperation
impact on people, manage your time, and remain in control. We will             This seminar will focus on assisting individuals in gaining control,
practice assertive techniques that can help you in any situation. .6 CEU       confidence, and composure in even the most highly charged situa-
Cost: $45                      Blackwood Location                              tions. Participants will learn about the different types and causes of
CE.MGT 011-51                   5/26 – 6/2                                     conflict that occur in the workplace and at home. Discussion of the
2 sessions                      R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                              most common responses to conflict will help each participant uncov-
                                                                               er their preferred style of managing conflict. Discover how you can
Listen Up!                                                                     defuse and diffuse conflict to create a more positive and productive
This course will focus on the often underestimated skill of listening.         workplace. .6 CEU
Listening is taken for granted, but it is a developed skill that is essen-     Cost: $45                     Blackwood Location
tial for success in the world of business. In this seminar, we will learn      CE.MGT 002-51                 5/18 – 5/25
the difference between hearing and listening; the use of open and              2 sessions                    W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
closed questions; a model for communication and better listening; the
importance of body language in listening; and listening even in the
most difficult situations. You will be amazed by what we miss in a
conversation by not really listening. Missed opportunities can affect
you and your company negatively and reduce productivity. .6 CEU
                                                                                   DAY ABBREVIATIONS
Cost: $45                     Blackwood Location
                                                                                   M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday,
CE.MGT 060-51                 5/4 – 5/11
                                                                                   R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday
2 sessions                    W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.



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Business & Management Seminars
Leadership Skills                                                         The Pathway to Leadership
Today’s leaders must be multi-dimensional, self-motivated, and            Are you preparing for a promotion into management or have you just
well-prepared to adapt at a moment’s notice. This series of class-        entered into a new position as a manager? This seminar will assist
es is designed to help you develop leadership skills in the areas         emerging leaders into the transition from employee to supervisor.
of delegation, teamwork, and organizational planning.                     The focus of this program is to help new supervisors identify and
                                                                          face the many challenges that they will encounter during their shift
Organization and Delegation                                               into the new role of manager. Specific topics will include defining
Organizing your work and proper delegation of authority have long         the supervisor’s role, negotiation and networking, interpersonal and
been recognized as important leadership skills. This seminar will         human relations skills, team member environment, time manage-
focus on both areas and emphasize specific topics such as how to          ment tips, planning and organizing, and performance assessment
plan and organize your work and subsequently having employees             practices. .6 CEU
plan and organize their work and delegation techniques that get           Cost: $45                    Blackwood Location
results.                                                                  CE.MGT 062-51                6/1 – 6/8
Cost: $45                  Blackwood Location                             2 sessions                   W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
CE.MGT 017-51              5/24 – 5/31
2 sessions                 T, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Working as a Team
In the ever rapidly changing industry of today, the mark of a suc-
cessful manager is one who not only can manage efficiently but also
establish a team approach within the workplace. This seminar is
designed to prepare those in leadership roles to meet the demanding
challenges of leading and motivating a diverse work group. Emphasis
will be placed on communication skills, delegating work effectively,
and creating a positive work environment through team cooperation
and respect. In addition, participants will focus on the critical skill
development of establishing a vision, plan, and motivation structure         DAY ABBREVIATIONS
to maximize employees’ skills. .9 CEU                                        M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday,
Cost: $65                   Blackwood Location                               R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday
CE.MGT 025-51               6/7 – 6/21
3 sessions                  T, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

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   Notary Public Training Program
  There is a growing need for Notaries Public in many professions including paralegal, financial, real estate, busi-
  ness, and legal professions. This class will educate you on how to obtain your notary commission for the State
  of New Jersey. In addition, you will acquire skills and tools to complete your state assigned job duties as
  described by the New Jersey Department of Revenue. We will explore what a notary can do; what liability a
  notary faces; and how to earn money from notary services. Students who successfully complete the training
  will receive a certificate of completion. This course meets the standards of the New Jersey Notary Association.
  Cost: $69                    Blackwood Campus
  CE.BUS 014-51                7/16
  1 session                    S, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.



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Management Certificate Programs

   AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (AMA)
     Jumpstart your management career
         with Certificate Programs!
  Camden County College, in cooperation with the American Management Association, is pleased to announce the offering of
  unique management certificate programs designed to assist individuals in learning state-of-the-art management skills. These
  programs are designed to help you become more effective in your current position or to prepare you for advancement into
  another position. These courses are nationally recognized for their merit and comprehensiveness. AMA textbooks are uti-
  lized for all of the courses to provide a solid foundation in the subject matter. A selection of AMA courses are offered each
  semester toward the completion of certificates.

What Will I Gain from the Certificate in Programs?                     Certificate in
• Preparation for career and/or career advancement
• Skill development to assist in managing day to day work situations
                                                                       Human Resource Management
                                                                       Course Listing
• Insight from instructors with practical experience and AMA text-
                                                                       Core Courses (Required):
  books
                                                                       Fundamentals of Human Resources
• A network of fellow professionals
                                                                       Fair, Square, and Legal: A Manager’s Guide to Safe Hiring,
• Obtain a Certificate after completion of only six courses
                                                                            Managing, and Firing
                                                                       Communication Skills for Managers
Certificate in                                                         Electives (Choose three):
Customer Satisfaction Management                                       Managing and Achieving Organizational Goals
Course Listing                                                         Coaching for Top Performance
Core Courses (Required):                                               Successful Interviewing: Techniques for Hiring, Coaching and
Keeping Customers for Life                                                 Performance Management Meetings
Managing the Customer Satisfaction Process                             How to Be an Effective Facilitator
Delivering Knock Your Socks Off Service                                Presentation Success
Elective Courses (Choose three):
Communication Skills for Managers                                      Certificate in
How to be an Effective Facilitator                                     Finance and Accounting
Fair, Square, and Legal: A Manager’s Guide to Safe Hiring,
     Managing, and Firing                                              Management
Coaching for Top Performance                                           Course Listing
Presentation Success: How to Plan, Prepare, and Deliver Effective      Core Courses (Required):
     Presentations                                                     Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
                                                                       How to Read and Interpret Financial Statements
Certificate in Management Program                                      Elective Courses (Choose four):
Course Listing                                                         How to Prepare a Financial Forecast
Core Courses (Required):                                               Planning Cash Flow
Communication Skills for Managers                                      Fundamentals of Statistical Process Control
Fair, Square, and Legal: A Manager’s Guide to Safe Hiring,             Intermediate Finance and Accounting for Non-Finance Managers
     Managing, and Firing                                              A Manager’s Guide to Financial Analysis
Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
Leadership Skills for Managers           `
Elective Courses (Choose two):
A Manager’s Guide to Human Behavior
How to Manage Conflict in the Organization
Coaching for Top Performance
Delegating for Business Success
Managing and Achieving Organizational Goals
Fundamentals of Human Resources
What Managers Do
How to be an Effective Facilitator

62                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
   Management Certificate Programs
Certificate in Business                                             Certificate in Supervision
Communications Management                                           Course Listing
Course Listing                                                      Core Courses (Required):
Core Courses (Required):                                            First Line Supervision
Communication Skills for Managers                                   First Level Leadership
How to Sharpen Your Business Writing Skills                         Elective Courses (Choose four):
Presentation Success: How to Plan, Prepare, and Deliver Effective   Coaching for Top Performance
    Presentations                                                   Fair, Square, and Legal
Elective Courses (Choose three):                                    Delegating for Business Success
Interpersonal Communication Skills in the Workplace                 Communication Skills for Managers
How to Write Dynamic Business Proposals                             Presentation Success
How to be an Effective Facilitator                                  Finance and Accounting for Non-financial Managers
Successful Interviewing                                             Managing and Achieving Organizational Goals
                                                                    What Managers Do
Certificate in
Marketing Management                                                Certificate in Strategic Leadership
Course Listing                                                      Course Listing
Core Courses (Required):                                            Core Courses (Required):
Fundamentals of Marketing                                           Coaching for Top Performance
How to Write a Marketing Plan                                       First-Level Leadership
Competitive Strategies                                              Managing and Achieving Organizational Goals
Presentation Success: How to Plan, Prepare and Deliver Effective    Elective Courses (Choose three):
    Presentations                                                   Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers
Elective Courses (Choose two):                                      How to Be an Effective Facilitator
Successful Product Management                                       Fundamentals of Marketing
How to Write a Successful Promotional Copy                          Leadership Skills for Managers
How to Price Your Product and Services
Creating a Winning Marketing Campaign




           Enrollment in
     Non-credit Courses is Easy!
    ONLINE                                                          MAIL-IN
    Please see special registration instructions for                You may mail your registration form with your check
    online courses listed in the online description                 or money order to:
    pages in this brochure.                                             Camden County College
                                                                        Continuing Education
    WALK-IN                                                             1889 Rt. 70 East
    Visit the Registrar’s office in Wilson Center on the                Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
    Blackwood Campus. Our normal office hours are
    Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.              FAX-IN
    Payment may be made by check, money order, Visa,                Complete the registration form and fax to us with your
    MasterCard, or Discover.                                        credit card information. Our fax number is
                                                                    (856) 874-6026.
             Please see special registration instructions for online courses
                listed in the online description pages in this brochure.




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AMA Semester Offerings
Communication Skills for Managers                                         Managing the Customer
This course will instruct individuals in becoming more                    Satisfaction Process                                             NEW
effective managers by increasing reading, writing,            NEW         This course provides an organized, systematic method
speaking, and listening proficiencies. In addition, you                   of identifying, measuring, managing, and monitoring cus-
will learn how to master the techniques of public speak-                  tomer requirements and satisfaction to improve company profits and
ing from initial planning to actual presentation. You will learn how to   take on the competition. Specific topics will include identification of
express ideas clearly and concisely in every report and proposal you      customer expectations, quality and satisfaction, market segmenta-
write, understand and use body language, feedback, and “active” lis-      tion, competitive structure, and employee perceptions. 1.5 CEU
tening as tools of effective communication. You will also explore how     Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)
to evaluate your listening habits and build on their strengths. 1.5 CEU   Blackwood Location
Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)                               CE.MGT 066-51                5/12 – 6/9
Cherry Hill Location, Rohrer Center, Room 110                             5 sessions                   R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
CE.MGT 028-41                  5/11 – 6/8
5 sessions                     W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                          How to Read and Interpret                                        NEW
                                                                          Financial Statements
Leadership Skills for Managers                                            This course will focus on assisting students in viewing
This course will assist individuals in gaining the skills to              financial statements in the context of external economic conditions.
project a flexible, sensitive leadership style that          NEW          Specific topics will include reading and interpreting balance sheets;
acknowledges people as individuals and to respond                         income statements, and statements of cash flow from a managerial
effectively to the leadership challenges that managers                    perspective; applying the right type of analysis to the right state-
face today. In addition, you will learn how to lead a diverse work-       ment; and how to utilize the statements to uncover the information
force with a leadership style that works for you and your company;        you need to make the proper decision. 1.5 CEU
manage change in a positive, proactive way by clearly communicat-         Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)
ing your expectations, objectives, and goals; and how to empower          Blackwood Location
and motivate employees to peak performance. 1.5 CEU                       CE.MGT 056-51                 5/24 – 6/21
Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)                               5 sessions                    T, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Cherry Hill Location, Rohrer Center, Room 110
CE.MGT 067-41                  5/9 – 6/13 (no class 5/30)                 A Manager’s Guide to                                             NEW
5 sessions                     M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                          Financial Analysis
                                                                          This course will provide you with an introduction to both
How to be an Effective Facilitator                                        the short term and long term financial analysis issues that managers
This seminar will assist managers in understanding the                    must address. You will learn about short term management issues
role of the facilitator in group, team, and individual     NEW            like ratio analysis, current asset management, and the integration of
settings and to develop skills to facilitate short and                    working capital components. In addition, long term investment deci-
long term projects. Specific topics will include how to                   sions such as the evaluation of capital investment proposals and
build commitment and a “we” approach; developing effective, time-         merges and acquisitions will be reviewed. Specific topics will include
saving agendas, understanding room setup and technologies; under-         horizontal and vertical analysis; interrelationship of profitability, lever-
standing questioning techniques; becoming an active listener; giving      age, activity, and liquidity rations; intracompany, trend, and industry
proper feedback; and using brainstorming and storyboarding. 1.5 CEU       analysis; determining the net present values and internal rates of
Cost: $195 (Tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)                               return; and computing the financial leverage index. 1.5 CEU
Cherry Hill Location, Rohrer Center, Room 110                             Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)
CE.MGT 045-41                  6/15 – 7/13                                Cherry Hill Location, Rohrer Center, Room 110
5 sessions                     W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                          CE.MGT 043-41                  7/20 – 8/17
                                                                          5 sessions                     W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
How to Write a Business Plan
This course focuses on the process of developing a business               How to Write a Marketing Plan
plan with realistic production/service goals, revenue,                    This course will assist managers in gaining the information
and operating goals and objectives. The business plan         NEW         and skills that are needed to write a marketing plan by
will guide your company to greater productivity and                       focusing on planning, analysis of environmental and           NEW
profits. Specific topics covered will include pinpointing the             market factors, and the study of sales and distribution
crucial elements of your competitive environment including market,        programs. Specific topics will include distinguishing market-
economic, and technological factors; developing and coordinating          ing plans from business plans; relating corporate strategy to market-
strategies that will strengthen your company’s production, marketing,     ing strategy; overcoming planning obstacles; measuring your market
research and development, and financial systems. You will learn how       potential; market segmentation and positioning; launching new prod-
to evaluate your company and implement your plan successfully while       ucts; managing the promotional mix; and writing your plan and
obtaining the capital you need to grow. 1.5 CEU                           putting it into action. 1.5 CEU
Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)                               Cost: $195 (tuition $112; AMA textbook $83)
Cherry Hill Location, Rohrer Center, Room 110                             Blackwood Location
CE.MGT 068-41                  6/20 – 7/25 (no class 7/4)                 CE.MGT 048-51                 6/16 – 7/14
5 sessions                    M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                           5 sessions                    R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

64                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                     Accounting & Payroll/Banking
Financial Reports:                                                         Quickbooks 2010
Understanding Debits and Credits                                           Please see course description under Computer Training section for
This course will focus on the vital tools of decision making for com-      dates and times.
panies – financial reports. In this class, we will explore the account-
ing equation; accounting terms and concepts; the types of financial        Accounting Fundamentals
reports; and accounting processes. Specific topics will include cash       Online training course – see the Online section in this brochure for
accounting, accruals, allocations, prepaids, receivables, depreciation,    more information.
amortization, inventory, and reserves. In addition, we will review
how transactions are entered into financial records; balance sheets,
income statements, and month-end closings. .8 CEU
Cost: $69                    Blackwood Location
CE.ACC 010-51                4/26 – 5/5
4 sessions                   T, R, 7-9 p.m.



  Become a Payroll Specialist!
  PayTrain College and University Programs
  American Payroll Association and Camden County College are proud to offer the new PayTrain series of payroll courses. As a payroll pro-
  fessional, you know how important it is to maintain your company’s compliance by keeping up with the changing regulations and proce-
  dures. Staying current is not only important to your company’s bottom line but also to your continued professional development.
       The PayTrain College and University Program is comprised of two professional courses designed for all levels of payroll administra-
  tion – PayTrain Fundamentals and PayTrain Mastery. Whether you are interested in preparing for the Fundamental Payroll Certification
  (FPC) or Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) certification exams, or are just new to the industry and need to learn the basics of payroll,
  our courses will help you meet your goals.
  PayTrain Fundamentals
  PayTrain Fundamentals teaches the fundamental payroll calculations and applications necessary for individuals who are new to the payroll
  industry, those who support the payroll industry, and those who are preparing for the FPC or CPP certification examinations. This course
  will provide you with the basic knowledge and skills required to maintain payroll compliance and prevent costly penalties. 3.0 CEU
  These calculations are critical to successfully passing the FPC and CPP exams and are not covered in PayTrain Mastery.
  Topics covered in PayTrain Fundamentals include:
  • Payroll fundamentals        • Fundamentals of payroll operations        • Paycheck fundamentals                 • Payroll benefits basics
  • Tax reporting               • Payroll accounting                        • Professional administration
  Cost: $575                     Blackwood Location         10 sessions
  CE.ACC 004-51                  5/3 – 6/2                  T, R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

  PayTrain Mastery
  A continuation of PayTrain Fundamentals, the mastery course is a comprehensive class providing students with a solid understanding of
  advanced payroll topics necessary for payroll managers and supervisors. This course is ideal for experienced payroll professionals seeking
  compliance training, professional development, or CPP certification preparation. Topics include payroll concepts, calculations, fringe bene-
  fits, employment taxes, payroll practices, payroll accounting, management and administration. To prepare for the CPP exam, this course
  should be taken after completing PayTrain Fundamentals. 3.6 CEU
  Cost: $575                     Blackwood Location
  CE.ACC 012-51                  6/7 – 7/5                      T, R, 6-10 p.m.



  Bank Teller Certificate Program
  Becoming a teller is one of the best entry level positions opening the door to the world of banking. This program provided through
  Banker’s Academy teaches the knowledge, skills, and attitude that make a teller successful. Topics covered will include the history of
  banking, flow of money, teller responsibilities, being professional and handling confidential information, bookkeeping basics, bank prod-
  ucts and services, types of accounts, cash drawers, transactions, customer service, communication skills, compliance, and branch security.
  This program is approved by the American Banker’s Association. This is an online program in which
  students will work through each of the topics at their own pace. Once registered, students will have access to all lessons, quizzes, and
  exams through a dedicated website with a specialized password just for them. After registering, students will have access to the lessons
  for one year so they may go back and review anytime as a refresher.
  Cost: $595                                                              Register in person or by fax at (856) 874-6026,
  CE.ACC 200 Continuous starting dates                                    or mail the form on p. 33.

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Real Estate Programs
Purchasing and Financing                                                            CE.REL 010-51                   5/11 – 5/25
Residential Real Estate                                                             3 sessions                      W, 7-9 p.m.
This seminar will focus on how to finance and/or refinance residen-                 CE.REL 010-52                   6/8 – 6/22
tial 1-4 family homes. Individuals will learn about the various loan                3 sessions                      W, 7-9 p.m.
programs available for financing residential and “fixer-uppers.” Credit
scores and ratios and their effect on qualifying for loans will be dis-             Steps for the Homebuyer
cussed. Instruction will be given on how to make sense of the mort-                 Thinking of buying a home for the first time? Have you not bought
gage process from beginning to end. .6 CEU                                          one in decades? Learn the steps needed to buy a home and what to
Cost: $79                    Blackwood Campus                                       expect from your agent. Today’s issues and buyer’s etiquette will
CE.REL 012-51                5/19 – 5/23                                            also be discussed while in the buying process.
3 sessions                   M, 7-9 p.m.                                            Cost: $35                   Blackwood Location
                                                                                    CE.REL 014-51               5/10
                                                                                    1 session                   T, 7-9 p.m.
Purchasing Foreclosures
and Sheriff Sales                                                                   Real Estate Staging
This specialized seminar will assist participants in learning the secrets of
Sheriff Sales, Tax Sales, and Mortgage Foreclosures. Specific topics will           Real estate staging is the art and science of making a home more
include learning the “must” steps in sheriff sales, conditions of sheriff           inviting and appealing to potential buyers to assist in selling in
sales, and types of properties at sheriff sales. In addition, we will exam-         today’s challenging market. You will learn the benefits of preparing
ine REOs (real estate owned properties), negotiating the acquisition of a           your home before listing it. Learn coloring, placement, and organiza-
REO property, and using creative strategies for profits in REOs. A review           tion techniques to highlight the best features of your home. A well
of pre-foreclosures and procedures will also be included. .6 CEU                    staged home will sell in the shortest time for the highest price.
Cost: $79                     Blackwood Campus                                      Cost: $25                   Blackwood Campus
                                                                                    CE.ENR 148-51               5/3
                                                                                    1 session                   T, 6:30-8:30 p.m.




                                             CHERRY HILL LOCATION
             Camden County College, William. G. Rohrer Center, 1889 Rte. 70 East, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 • 856-874-6000
                                             BLACKWOOD LOCATION
                                                       Camden County College
                                  Peter Cheeseman / Little Gloucester Rd., Blackwood, NJ 08012
      FIN-215 – Real Estate Sales: This is a basic five-credit course in the principles of real estate and includes the study of
      property interests, contracts, financing, titles, deeds, closings, appraising, leases, Federal laws, NJ statutes, and NJ Real Estate
      Commission rules and regulations. This course is designed to prepare students to sit for the NJ Real Estate Salesperson Exam.
      DATES                                               DAYS                                           TIMES                                   ROOM
       Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill – Day Classes
      4/25/11 – 5/6/11          M, T, W, R, F                                                  9:00 AM – 4:30 PM                               ROH 202
      6/13/11 – 6/24/11         M, T, W, R, F                                                  9:00 AM – 4:30 PM                               ROH 202
       Blackwood Campus – Day Classes
      5/16/11 – 5/27/11         M, T, W, R, F                                                  9:00 AM – 4:30 PM                             Truman 208
                                       Price: $349 (includes registration and textbook)
                               Because this is a cooperative course – taught in conjunction with Weichert Real Estate School –
                                policies and procedures vary from the College’s standard policies governing credit classes:
  • This course is not eligible for a tuition waiver (Unemployment, National Guard, Senior Citizen discount, College employees, etc.)
  • New Jersey Licensing: An applicant for a NJ real estate salesperson’s license must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. A
    student must pass the 75 hour course, pass the state exam ($60), and have a NJ broker sponsor their license. The NJ Real Estate Commission will
    conduct a criminal background check on all Agent candidates.
  • Payment in full is required at the time of registration. Fee includes textbook, registration and class. Refunds will be issued only if the class is canceled
    or if the student elects to drop the class at least 5 days before the date that the class is scheduled to begin. Thereafter, there are no refunds given.
                               REGISTRATION CONTACT INFORMATION
                                                                  856-874-6000
     Important Note: For questions regarding New Jersey Real Estate Licensure, please call the Weichert Real Estate
     School directly at 800-544-3000 or go to www.schoolsofrealestate.com.

66                  Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                               Green Education
Principles of Green Buildings                                                Understanding the
The Principles of Green Buildings course is designed to teach an indi-       “House as a System”
vidual in the building, remodeling, or trade industry the principles         This course breaks down the concept of “house as a system” by
they must know to make buildings perform more efficiently. It was            exploring each component of construction and the implications that
developed and written in partnership with nationally recognized build-       proper use of materials and techniques will have on improving energy
ing science experts from Advanced Energy of North Carolina and is            performance. Using an actual case study, the course will explain the
full of scientific facts, pictures, videos, graphics, and text. Everything   details of design and construction methods and materials. These
an individual in the building, remodeling, or trade industry needs to        include: foundation, framing, insulation, air sealing, roof design and
know to make buildings perform more efficiently is introduced in this        detailing, windows and doors, heating and cooling systems, water
course. The Principles of Green Buildings course has also been               heating, lights and appliances, interior finishes, and health and safety.
designed to help prepare individuals for various NATE, NARI, BPI,            Cost: $75                    Cherry Hill Location
RESNET, and other industry credentials for green building.                   CE.ENR 160-41                6/28 – 6/30
See online section for registration details.                                 2 sessions                   T, R, 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $595
                                                                             Solar Power Professional
In-Home Energy Survey Professional                                           Get the renewable energy training you need as you learn the basics
Prepare to become a home energy survey professional. This course             of solar systems, their benefits, and their many applications.
presents concepts in Principles of Energy, Energy & Building Shell, Air      Examine the history of photovoltaic solar power, and gain a sense
Leakage, Insulation, Windows & Doors, Water Heating, Lights &                for where the PV industry is headed. We will start with basic safety,
Appliances and Health & Safety, Chapter 7 & Appendix A of the                including how to avoid potential accidents and how to create a safe
RESNET Standards. (Textbook required - Residential Energy by                 work environment as well as the use of protective equipment. You
Krigger/Dorsi) Instructor: R. James Del Grosso AIA, LEED AP                  will master the fundamentals of electricity and solar energy, including
Cost: $149                   Cherry Hill Location                            how to calculate simple circuit values and predict solar position using
CE.ENR 155-41                6/7 – 6/16                                      solar path diagrams. Topics will include electricity terminology, solar
4 sessions                   T, R, 6-9 p.m.                                  terminology, solar movement, earth tilt, and module output values.
                                                                             Upon completion of this program, you will have a thorough under-
Energy Auditing                                                              standing of PV applications, working safety as it pertains to the field,
Learn about performing energy audits for residential construction            basic electricity, and PV module fundamentals. This is an online pro-
using a whole building system approach. Energy auditing will                 gram; please see the online section in the front of the brochure for
improve energy efficiency and can give the homeowner, architect or           registration details.
home builder the full benefit of various energy savings measures.            Cost: $1695
Topics presented are approved by RESNET Standards.
Instructor: R. James Del Grosso AIA, LEED AP                                 Certified Sustainability Professional
Cost: $75                   Cherry Hill Location                             Are you prepared for an exciting career as a leader in the green col-
CE.ENR 156-41               6/21 – 6/23                                      lar economy? Millions of new jobs in this rapidly growing sector will
2 sessions                  T, R, 6-9 p.m.                                   be available to people that set themselves apart from the crowd by
                                                                             earning the professional credentials and skills they need to lead sus-
                                                                             tainable business practices. Imagine the doors you will open for your-
                                                                             self as a Senior Certified Sustainability Professional.
                                                                                  After completing this premier certification program, you will
                                                                             establish yourself as a sustainable business professional ready to
                                                                             take responsibility for setting the direction and coordinating an enter-
                                                                             prise’s sustainability strategy across multiple functional areas such as
                                                                             sales, marketing, communications, new product development, global
                                                                             supply chain, operations, and corporate social responsibility. Topics of
                                                                             study will include: Green Purchasing Fundamentals, Sustainability in
                                                                             Major Business Sectors, US Green Building Council & LEED,
   DAY ABBREVIATIONS                                                         Environmental Management Systems, Environmental Accounting, and
   M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday,                                         Green Marketing. This is an online program; please see the online
   R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday                                section in the front of the brochure for registration details.
                                                                             Cost: $2,495


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     Camden County College Continuing Education is pleased to present

     SOLAR PANEL
     Pre-construction Training

 Learn critical skills to secure a job
 in the booming Green Industry
 Learn to be a Solar Panel Installation Technician with our brand new 158-hour course. A combination of
 in-class and hands-on training prepares you for this in-demand Green Energy field.
 This course qualifies for unemployment grants, Veterans Affairs and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
 assistance. Paid on-the-job training and case management services may be provided by Camden County
 Workforce Investment Board.
 Cost: $4,000 (includes Book, CD, and Solar Energy Kit)
 The training covers:      • Basic Work Readiness       • Solar Panel Installation

 For more information contact:
 Camden County College Continuing Education • (856) 874-6004



  Community College Entrepreneurial Training
  Program for the Unemployed (ETPUNJ)
  This 60-hour training program is designed for individuals interested in starting their own
  successful business. Topics include business plan development, marketing, finance,
  Quickbooks, legal formation, insurance, taxes, Internet-related issues, government procurement
  and sales. The program includes individual counseling and structured activities.
 This opportunity is offered in cooperation between the New Jersey Department of Labor
 and Workforce Development and the NJ Community Colleges.
 Classes are scheduled periodically. For information, contact Terri Campagna at
 (856) 874-6056 or e-mail customizedtraining@camdencc.edu.
 Note: If you are currently collecting unemployment benefits, contact your local
 One-Stop Career Center regarding eligibly and financial assistance.




68          Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                            Green Education
Green Real Estate Education (GREE) Programs –
Online Training
                                                                          Green Certified Mortgage
                                                                          Professional – Level One GCMP-GL
                                                                          This course will provide an overview of green building systems and
                                                                          energy financing products to help a homeowner to become more
                                                                          energy efficient. Upon passing the final exam,
                                                                          licensed professionals will receive the GCMP-GL, a Level One Green
                                                                          Certified Mortgage
                                                                          Professional, with the Green Leadership Certification.
                                                                          CE.ONL 499                    $114 (includes manual)
                                                                          Course Start Dates:           01 - May 18
                                                                                                        02 - June 15
                                                                                                        03 - July 20
                                                                                                        04 - August 17
Green Certified
Home Inspector                                                            Certified Green Consultant
This course includes an overview of renewable energy and energy
                                                                          This is a true consulting course of training enabling the consultant to
efficiency and suggestions on what the home inspector can do to
                                                                          provide Green consulting, assessment, and certification assistance to
assist homeowners and homebuyers in making informed decisions on
                                                                          businesses. This is a holistic program including energy, water, waste,
future renovations. Upon passing the final exam, inspectors will
                                                                          indoor air quality, and other critical assessment issue required for
receive the GCHI-GL, a Level One Green Certified Home Inspector,
                                                                          Green certification. You will earn your Certified Green Consultant™
with the Green Leadership Certification.
                                                                          upon successful completion.
CE.ONL 498                  $114 (includes manual)
                                                                          CE.ONL 500                    $1745 (includes manual)
Course Start Dates:         01 - May 18
                                                                          Course Start Dates:           01 - May 18
                            02 - June 15
                                                                                                        02 - June 15
                            03 - July 20
                                                                                                        03 - July 20
                            04 - August 17
                                                                                                        04 - August 17




                                                   Travel Agent Education
Travel Agent Career Program                                               issued to those individuals who successfully complete the program.
                                                                               The Travel Career Development Program consists of the follow-
Travel is, of course, one of the widely utilized and largest businesses
                                                                          ing seven courses:
in the world today. The travel industry includes a host of various
                                                                          • Introduction to Travel and Tourism
businesses such as airline companies, rail services, international
                                                                          • Air Travel
hotel chains, cruise lines, international theme parks, tour operators,
                                                                          • Travel Geography
and our neighborhood travel agency. As a result, the field of travel
                                                                          • Hotels, Motels, and Resorts
can be both exciting and rewarding. Careers in travel continue to be
                                                                          • Land and Sea Travel
in demand as all forms of transportation are experiencing growth.
     This 52 hour program will provide you with the newest informa-       • Customer Service and Selling
tion in the travel industry and will also prepare you to take the         Total Program Cost: $525          5.25 CEU
Travel Career Development Test offered by the ICTA (Institute of          (includes ICTA textbook & workbook – tuition $365; textbooks $160)
Certified Travel Agents).                                                 CE.TRA 001-51              5/3 – 7/12
     A certificate of completion for the travel agent program will be     21 sessions                T, R, 6-8:30 p.m.




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Investing & Insurance & Finance
INVESTMENT INSTITUTE                                                      The Stock Market
In these unpredictable and often turbulent times that we now              This seminar will include discussion on purchasing stocks, understand-
face, it is more important than ever to increase your personal            ing dividends, splits, PE ratios, and the difference between the various
                                                                          markets. A review of fundamental vs. technical analysis will be includ-
knowledge of investing for you and your family. In this semi-
                                                                          ed. Handouts will provide current data used to make stock selections.
nar, you will learn the essentials of investing by exploring the          CE.INV 002-51                  5/24
various options and techniques commonly utilized by today’s               1 session                      T, 6:30-9 p.m.
financial consultants. These courses are instructed by a highly                                          Blackwood Campus
experienced financial executive, Mr. William Dorman, who
will guide you through the investment spectrum.                           Mutual Funds
Cost: $120 for series or $35 per session                                  This seminar will focus on purchasing mutual funds, the internal
                                                                          working of funds, asset allocation and no load vs. load. We will also
Budgeting and Fixed Income                                                discuss closed end investments and unit investment trusts.
                                                                          CE.INV 003-51               5/31
Investment                                                                1 session                   T, 6:30-9 p.m.
This seminar will introduce investments, including bank certificates of
deposit, tax-free vs. taxable bonds, and other fixed income products.
We will discuss budgeting to determine monies available for invest-       Retirement Planning and Funding
ment and the completion of a personal investment profile for each         This seminar will explore goals and strategies for those in the
participant.                                                              process of planning their retirement by focusing on discussions of
CE.INV 001-51                5/17                                         handling rollovers and lump sum distributions, social security, long-
1 session                    T, 6:30-9 p.m.                               term care insurance, estate planning, and strategies for planning a
                             Blackwood Campus                             successful retirement. We will also focus on a review of funding
                                                                          retirement accounts including IRAs, Roth IRAs, 401Ks, and other
                                                                          investments that are appropriate for funding retirement accounts.
                                                                          CE.INV 005-51                6/7
                                                                          1 session                    T, 6:30-9 p.m.




     Train Your Employees For Free
     with Camden County College
     This unique opportunity has been made available through a partnership between the New Jersey
     Business & Industry Association (NJBIA), the New Jersey Community College Consortium for
     Workforce and Economic Development, and the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
     Training programs include:
     •    PC Skills - Windows, Outlook, Excel, Word
     •    Mathematics and Measurement
     •    Communications - Verbal, Written, & Customer Service
     •    English as a Second Language
     Two ways to participate
     Classes dedicated for your organization at your location or ours, or open enrollment with
     other employers at our location. Contact CCC’s Corporate Training Team for more information at
     (856) 874-6016 or e-mail customizedtraining@camdencc.edu.

70                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                  Commercial Truck Driving
The Camden County College Commercial Driving School is a partnership between Camden County College and Bradway Trucking Inc. Students
will prepare to pass the NJ DMV required written and road test necessary to obtain the CDL-A license. In addition, students will receive the real-
istic experiences of a truck driver. Students will take short trips which involve picking up and delivering loads to customers, pulling loads with
gross vehicle weights of up to 80,000 lb, and driving to such places as NYC/North Jersey metro to the rolling hills of Pennsylvania.
Prerequisites:
• A desire to embark on a challenging and rewarding career change.
• Minimum age of 21 years old                                                                                UNEMPLOYED?
• Possess a valid automobile license with an acceptable license abstract                                     This course qualifies for
• Pass D.O.T. physical and drug test                                                                         state training grants...do you?
• Must be able to read, write and comprehend English
Training:
Students will train at a seven acre trucking terminal, spending their final weeks on the road. The practice area is in an isolated, low traffic area to
make for a comfortable learning environment, while students are negotiating basic maneuvers during the early weeks. School trucks are not limit-
ed to this area only, especially after the first weeks when we move to the road course. It is then that we set up the 3/10-mile course that simu-
lates actual traffic situations, including tight right and left turns with the normal truck and car traffic associated with a truck terminal. This road
course allows each student to become familiar with the trucks they will be driving before they hit the highway. This involves shifting up and down
though the gears, as well as maneuvering a 48 - 53 foot trailer around corners and between other vehicles. As students drive through the course,
accompanied by an instructor who provides encouragement not only on driving techniques, but also defensive driving procedures. After students
have become proficient with basic backing skills, they can then move to actual dock backing between trailers. Once again, the normal traffic associ-
ated with the truck terminal adds to the learning experience as students’ practice doing what truckers do many times a day, putting their trailers
into docks to deliver freight. 17 CEU’s
Hours:            170
Course #:         CE.CTD 001
Total Cost:       $4,275 (Tuition $1725, Lab Fees $2475, Texts, CDL Permit, CDL License: $75)
Location:         Bradway Trucking – Vineland, NJ
Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




                                                                                                Allied Health

   Medical Office Administrator
   This 300-hour hands-on instructor-led program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions as Medical Office Assistant,
   Medical Secretary, Medical Receptionist, Medical Billing Clerk, Medical Coding Technician, or Medical Records Technician in a physician’s
   office, medical clinic or hospital setting. Students will develop strong administrative skills along with the medical framework necessary
   to succeed in an automated medical environment. Students will learn:
         • Medical Terminology                   • Insurance Claim Processing using the Healthcare Finance Administration 1500
         • Medical Billing – Medisoft            • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
         • Ethical Responsibilities              • Patient Care Management             • Scheduling
         • CPT & ICD-9 Medical Coding            • Customer Service

   Certification Exams: (not included)
   Hours:            300          30 CEU’s
   Course #:         CE.CST 050                                           CLASSES FORMING NOW!
   Total Cost:       $3,999                                               Please see Web site for dates and times.
   (Tuition $ 1625, Lab Fees $2,174, Materials $200)                      www.camdencc.edu/ce • 856-874-6004

   Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




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Allied Health

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Camden County College is pleased to offer the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. The State of New Jersey has established this
professional certification program, which is designed to instruct students in the fundamentals of nursing care and philosophy. The
program follows a series of modules designed to build skill and confidence within the nursing assistant student. Certified Nursing
Assistants (CNAs) may practice in long term care facilities, rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, and home health care
environments.

Both the classroom theory and practicum components incorporate such topics as health and disease processes, therapeutic and
technical procedures, vital signs, physical hygiene and grooming care, nutrition and hydration, infection control, restorative care,
data collection and reporting, psychosocial care skills, and ethical behavior.

Admission requirements (to be completed prior to registration):
• Students must be high school graduates or possess a GED to enroll in the program.
• Students should maintain their own health insurance and maintain
  total responsibility and financing for their medical care while
  enrolled in the program.
• Students must have a 2-step PPD and a note from their doctor indi-
  cating that they have been examined and are in good health. The
  PPD must consist of the following: students must go to the doctor
  to receive the first injection and then return a few days later to
  have it read by the doctor. A week or two later, you must return to
  the doctor for a second injection and then return to have it read
  once again. After the two injections are completed, your doctor
  must prepare written documentation for us showing the dates the
  injections were administered, the dates they were read, and the
  final results of each. This must be presented to us when you regis-
  ter. We cannot accept testing that was completed over six months ago.
• Students must come into the Continuing Education Office to pick up a packet of forms on fingerprinting and a criminal back-
  ground check that must be completed and passed before registration. Students must pass all criminal background checks
  and be free of all criminal charges with a clean, free record to be eligible for this program.

Students are required to attend every class and every clinical. Exceptions cannot be made nor are refunds given to those who
violate this requirement. Students are also expected to purchase the required textbook and purchase a uniform. Details will be
given on these requirements at the first class meeting.

In addition to class time, clinicals are pre-scheduled and must be completed. Clinicals may be at a different day or time than the
class hours and students must be flexible in meeting this requirement. Students are expected to be professional while at the clin-
ical site and are required to conduct themselves as such. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in the stu-
dent being removed from the clinical site and the program without refund.

A final skills exam will be administered to students after completion of the class. Dates will be announced.

Blackwood Location, CIM 106
Cost: $995 (tuition $285; lab $710)
CE.ALH 034-01                                  5/11 – 8/10
Wednesday classroom hrs.                       8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Clinical hrs. to be announced in class
Additional class may be added if this section fills.
The packet of forms to register is available in the Continuing Education Division on the
Blackwood Campus in the CIM Center, Room 207. Please register with your completed
packet in CIM Center, Room 207.
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                                                                                    Allied Health

Multi-Skilled Technician (MST)
The Multi-Skilled Technician Program is designed to prepare students to train for one of the fastest growing professions in the
health care industry today. The program focuses on building a complete and solid foundation for students in both classroom theory
and hands-on clinical components. Students will build skills in basic and complex key concepts of anatomy and physiology; cardiac
function; EKG; growth and development; phlebotomy; nursing care; nutrition; therapeutic communication; psychology; and critical
thinking. Individuals prepared through the multi-skilled technician program may seek employment in acute care hospitals, sub-
acute care facilities, long term care, outpatient laboratories, cardiac rehabilitation centers, and various other medical providers.

Admission requirements (to be completed prior to registration):
• Students must be high school graduates or possess a GED to enroll in the program.
• Students should maintain their own health insurance and maintain total responsibility and financing for their medical care
  while enrolled in the program.
• Students must have a 2-step PPD and a note from their doctor indicating that they are in good health. The PPD must consist
  of the following: students must go to the doctor to receive the first injection and then return a few days later to have it read
  by the doctor. A week or two later, you must return to the doctor for a second injection and then return to have it read once
  again. After the two injections are completed, your doctor must prepare written documentation for us showing the dates the
  injections were administered, the dates they were read, and the final results of each. This must be presented to us when
  you register. We cannot accept testing that was
  completed over six months ago.
• Students must sign a release form with us stating
  you are giving permission to submit to a criminal
  background check. Students must be able to pass
  such checks to be eligible for the program. Once
  the class begins, full refunds will not be given to
  those who cannot pass the checks. Students who
  conceal any criminal charges will not be eligible
  for a tuition refund. Students who withdraw
  before class begins will still be charged the $20
  background check fee.

Students are required to attend every class and every clinical. Exceptions cannot be made nor are refunds given to those who
violate this requirement. Students are also expected to purchase the required textbook and purchase a uniform. Details will be
given on these requirements at the first class meeting.

In addition to class time, clinicals are pre-scheduled and must be completed. Clinicals may be at a different day or time than the
class hours and students must be flexible in meeting this requirement. Students are expected to be professional while at the clini-
cal site and are required to conduct themselves as such. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in the student
being removed from the clinical site and the program without refund. 18.3 CEU

Blackwood Location, CIM 106
Cost: $2,195 (tuition $795; lab $1,400)
CE.ALH 056-01              5/10 – 8/11
Classroom hours            Tuesdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
                           Thursdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
                           Mondays, 1-5 p.m.

Registration for this program is conducted in the Continuing Education Division on the
Blackwood Campus in the CIM Building, Room 207.


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Allied Health
Medical Terminology for                                                      Administrative Medical
Allied Health Careers                                                        Secretarial Program
This is an introductory course to familiarize students with every day        This 60-hour certificate program is designed for students to prepare
anatomy and physiology terminology used in medical areas such as             for employment as a medical receptionist, medical clerk, or a secre-
physicians offices, hospitals, clinics, insurance and pharmaceutical         tarial position within the medical field. Students will be provided with
firms. The course is structured to provide students with the entry           a basic foundation in the practices and procedures of working in a
level knowledge needed to advance into various careers in the med-           medical office environment. Areas of study will include basic medical
ical field. The class will stress word analysis, word structure, and pro-    terminology, effective communication skills, telephone techniques,
nunciation of terms. Terms relating to diseases, disorders, diagnostic       office procedures, and customer service skills. 6.0 CEU
and surgical procedures of the organ systems of the body will be cov-        Blackwood Location
ered. Specific medical words and word parts will be reviewed as they         Cost: $475 (tuition $152; lab fees $230; textbook & materials $93)
pertain to the musculoskeletal, immune, endocrine, nervous, respira-         CE.ALH 049-51                5/16 – 7/27
tory, cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal systems. Students do not          20 sessions                  M, W, 6-9 p.m.
require a medical background prior to enrolling. 1.5 CEU
Blackwood Location
Cost: $125 (tuition $67; text & materials $58)
CE.ALH 029-51                   5/9 – 6/20
6 sessions                      M, 7-9:30 p.m.


Spanish for Health Care
Professionals
This course will provide medical personnel with the basic concepts
required to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients. No previous
knowledge of the Spanish language is required. Participants will
learn basic communication skills that will prove helpful in the patient-
care setting. Gain a working knowledge of Spanish medical terminol-
ogy; the parts of the body, numbers, and key phrases to help
enhance your communication skills. 1.2 CEU
Blackwood Location
Cost: $99 (tuition $62; text & materials $37)
CE.ALH 014-51               5/10 – 6/14
6 sessions                  T, 6-8 p.m.

                          Allied Health Courses Are Not Eligible for Senior Citizen Discount




     Pharmacy Technician
     This comprehensive course is for those interested in entering the                CLASS SESSIONS
     world of pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technician. Upon completion of                   Blackwood Location
     this course, students will be prepared to sit for the Pharmacy                   CE.ALH 009-51                5/31 – 8/4
     Technician Certification Board exam as well as be in a competitive               20 sessions                  T,R, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
     position to seek employment in the field. Course content will                    OR
     include pharmacy law, interpreting prescriptions and computer
     entry, defining drugs by brand and generic names, ethics, inventory              Blackwood Location
     control, routes of administration, and side effects of medications.              CE.ALH 009-01                5/31 – 8/3
     This course will also focus on mathematic calculations as they relate            20 sessions                  T, W, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
     to dosage conversions and calculations and IV flow rates. It is sug-
     gested that individuals have a high school diploma or GED to enter
     the program due to the reading and math requirements of the
     course. Students are asked to bring a calculator to class. 6.0 CEU
     Cost: $845 (tuition $530; textbooks $315)




74                 Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                                                Allied Health
Pharmacy Technician Certification                                            CERTIFICATE IN PAIN
Exam Review Course                                                           ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT
This one day review preparation course is for those who have complet-        Online Program
ed the Pharmacy Technician program or who have prior pharmacy                Pain assessment and management is a critical part of compassionate
work experience and are preparing to take the Pharmacy Technician            and effective patient care. Many providers, patients, families, and
Certification Board exam. The course will focus heavily on pharmacy          regulatory agencies are requiring health care providers to be more
math, brand/generic drug recognition, and practice exam testing. In          accurate with their pain assessment skills and more effective in their
addition, many commonly tested areas of general pharmacy knowl-              pain management strategies. Scientific advancements in the under-
edge will be reviewed. Students should bring a calculator to class.          standing of the mechanisms of pain, multidisciplinary methods of
Blackwood Location            Cost: $95                                      assessment and management, and the improvement of medications
CE.ALH 070-01                 5/21                                           to treat pain have contributed to the wealth of knowledge in this
1 session                     S, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.                             area. This certificate program is designed to enhance the knowledge
                                                                             and skills of nurses who work with patients who are in pain. The
                                                                             program will provide sound knowledge about the newest methods
CERTIFICATE IN GERONTOLOGY                                                   of pain assessment and management; build skills and competencies
Online Program                                                               in this area; and enhance your professional knowledge and
With the population aging at a rapid rate, the number of individuals         marketability. The program consists of six courses:
over age 65 will more than double by the year 2020. The demand                  Pain Theory and Assessment Principles
for knowledgeable care providers to meet the needs of this popula-              Interventions and Treatment of Pain
tion will increase dramatically. This certificate will provide individuals      Pain Management in the Adult
with a specialization in the field of gerontology. It is designed to            Pain Management in Special Populations: Children and Elderly
enhance the knowledge and skills of health care professionals such              Pain Management in Special Populations: Surgery, Cancer, HIV
as nurses, social workers, therapists, psychologists, nursing assis-            Treatment of Pain at the End of Life
tants, or any other individuals who work with older adults.
                                                                             Cost: $179
(Consists of a total of 10 courses – 4 core and 6 elective)                  See online course section in this brochure for registration information.
Cost: $198
Core:
   Introduction to Gerontology                                               CERTIFICATE IN LEGAL AND
   Physiology of Aging                                                       ETHICAL ISSUES IN NURSING
   Mental Health and Aging
   Healthy Aging
                                                                             Online Program
                                                                             Cost: $179
Elective courses:
   Spirituality and Aging
   Pain Assessment and Management in the Older Adult                         MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST
   Death and Dying                                                           CAREER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
   Sleep and Aging
   The Older Woman
                                                                             Online Program
   Elder Abuse                                                               Demand for medical transcriptionists is high, and employers favor tran-
See online course section in this brochure for registration information.     scriptionists who have completed a postsecondary training program
                                                                             such as this one. A Medical Transcriptionist Career Certificate will attest
                                                                             to the fact that you have mastered medical terminology and know
                                                                             how to produce a wide variety of medical reports and documents,
                                                                             including discharge summaries; history and physical examination
                                                                             reports; operative, consultation, and autopsy reports; diagnostic imag-
                                                                             ing studies; progress notes; referral letters; and more. This 240-hour
                                                                             comprehensive and affordable program will leave you well-prepared to
                                                                             start your own business or seek employment in doctor’s offices, hospi-
                                                                             tals, and medical clinics. This comprehensive program includes an
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                                                                             fortable with basic computer activities and using the internet. For a
                                                                             course overview, please visit www.gatlineducation.com.
                                                                             Cost: $1,595
                                                                             See online course section in this brochure for registration information.


    DAY ABBREVIATIONS
    M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday,                                             Allied Health Courses Are Not Eligible for
    R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday                                             Senior Citizen Discount




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Holistic Health
HOLISTIC HEALTH INSTITUTE                                                NOTE: TOTAL REGISTRATION COST
Join us and enroll in any of the following holistic health               FOR REIKI I & II TOGETHER IS $285.
classes which are designed to provide information on                     ** AHNA (American Holistic Nurses Association) and NCTMB
techniques and methods of promoting wellness in your                        (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage &
                                                                            Bodywork) contact hours are available.
life. All classes are offered on the Blackwood Campus.
                                                                         An optional Reiki I & II class DVD is available for purchase from
                                                                         instructor.
Reiki - Level I
Certification Program**                                                  Reiki III Certification Usui
                                                                         (Prerequisite Certification to Reiki Second Degree, and at least
The Japanese word “Reiki” means universal life force energy and
                                                                         six months experience as Reiki practitioner.)
also refers to the technique of hands-on healing that uses this ener-
                                                                         Become a Reiki Master and receive the master attunements keys.
gy to restore physical, emotional, and mental balance. Reiki can be
                                                                         Gain a deeper understanding of the "Way of Reiki" as Reiki practice
used whenever touch is used to provide caring to others. It can be
                                                                         becomes integrated more deeply into your everyday life. You will
used by healthcare staff with their patients, parents with their chil-
                                                                         receive attunement to the Usui Master Symbol and learn how to
dren, and by pet owners with their pets. Reiki is supportive of psy-
                                                                         incorporate into the attunement process to give energy effective
chological as well as physical healing. Hands-on energy work
                                                                         attunements. Certification and comprehensive manual included. Reiki
enhances the body’s natural restorative abilities and supports con-
                                                                         master teachers: Ann Marie McClintock & Elsie Kerns.
scious work in changing unhealthful patterns over time. A gentle,
                                                                         Blackwood Campus            Cost: $275
non-invasive, highly complementary holistic health practice, Reiki
                                                                         CE.HOH 085-01               7/16
must be experienced to be appreciated. The class consists of lecture,    1 session                   S, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
demonstration, “empowerment” or transfer of energy, and practice
in giving and receiving Reiki. Please dress comfortably and bring a
pillow, blanket, and bottled water to class. Comprehensive manual        Reiki III Tibetan Master
included with the course. Certification is provided upon successful      Certification & Teacher Training
completion of this level. .7 CEU                                         Prerequisite: Reiki III Usui Master Class
Cost: $125 (includes manual)                                             In this class, you will be attuned to the powerful master Tibetan
CE.HOH 005-01                5/21                                        symbols and learn how to incorporate them into the attunement
1 session                    S, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (arrive by 8:45 a.m.)      process for Reiki levels I, II & III. In addition, you will experience a
CE.HOH 005-02                6/25                                        specific healing attunement using both Usui and Tibetan master sym-
1 session                    S, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (arrive by 8:45 a.m.)      bols for healing the chakra centers. Information on attuning clients,
CE.HOH 005-03                7/23                                        forming and teaching classes will also be presented. Reiki Master
1 session                    S, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (arrive by 8:45 a.m.)      Teacher Elsie Kerns.
                                                                         NCTMB contact hours available for all Reiki I, II and III classes.
                                                                         Note: Total Registration cost for Reiki III, Usui & Tibetan, if taken
Reiki – Level II                                                         together, is $495.
Certification Program**                                                  Blackwood Campus               Cost: $250
For those who have completed Reiki I, Reiki II provides further          CE.HOH 092-01                  7/17
enhancement of mental, emotional, and spiritual healing processes        1 session                      U, 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
for individuals. Reiki II provides an explanation of symbols, demon-
stration of mental and emotional balancing techniques, and the use
of Reiki for long distance healing. Class includes lecture, second       The Healing Properties of
degree “empowerment” or energy transfer, and full session for giv-       Flower Essences
ing and receiving Reiki using all techniques and symbols learned.        Flower essences are gentle homeopathic remedies which address
Comprehensive manual is included. Please dress comfortably and           emotional states, anxiety and stress. Safe and natural, the essences
bring a pillow and blanket to class. You may also bring bottled water    work by bringing negative attitudes and feelings into balance and
to drink. Certification is provided upon successful completion of this   perspective. They stimulate one’s own potential for self-healing.
level. Verification of completion of Reiki I is required. .7 CEU         They are particularly useful in times of difficulty and fatigue when
                                                                         negativity creeps in. Learn the healing effects of various flower
Cost: $190 (Manual from Reiki I will be used in class. If you do not
                                                                         remedies and how to choose individual essences based on your
have a manual, one may be purchased from the instructor.)
                                                                         emotional needs. Prepare a flower essence to take home. Class
CE.HOH 006-01            5/22
                                                                         includes handouts and a booklet about flower essences. An addition-
1 session                U, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (arrive by 8:45 a.m.)
                                                                         al $3 materials fee payable to instructor at class. Instructor Karen L.
CE.HOH 006-02            6/26
                                                                         Bianco is a Bach® Flower Consultant.
1 session                U, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (arrive by 8:45 a.m.)
                                                                         Cost: $30                    Blackwood Location
CE.HOH 006-03            7/24
                                                                         CE.HOH 094-51                6/8
1 session                U, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (arrive by 8:45 a.m.)
                                                                         1 session                    W, 7-9 p.m.
REGISTER FOR BOTH AND SAVE!!

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                                                                                       Holistic Health
In Touch with Angels                                                         Working with Angels
Are angels real, or are they figments of our imagination, expressions        The class is intended for those who already have a basic knowledge
of our creativity or manifestations of energy? Take a brief look at his-     of angels and their influence in our lives. You will learn techniques to
torical, literary and metaphysical references to angels. Learn about the     enhance your communication skills with spirit world, and gain confi-
different types of angels, including the archangels and their sphere of      dence in your own psychic ability. This is an interactive workshop and
influence. Learn how to consciously work with angels to bring healing        includes practicing these techniques. Instructor: Karen Bianco.
to oneself on all levels, to unlock creative energy, and bring abun-         Cost: $35                    Blackwood Location
dance to our lives. Learn several techniques to connect with your            CE.HOH 122-51                6/1
angels and exercise your intuition. Instructor: Karen L. Bianco is an        1 session                    W, 7-9 p.m.
Angel Therapy Practitioner®. Karen is also a contributing author to the
angel anthology, Angel On My Shoulder.                                       Essential Oils and Aromatherapy
Blackwood Campus              Cost: $35                                      Essential oils, known as nature’s living energy, are the natural, aro-
CE.HOH 019-51                 5/18                                           matic, volatile liquids found in flowers, seeds, roots, bushes, shrubs
1 session                     W, 7-9 p.m.                                    and trees. Historically, essential oils have played a prominent role in
                                                                             everyday life. Today, essential oils are used in aromatherapy, mas-
Integrated Energy Therapy –                                                  sage therapy, emotional health, personal care, nutritional supple-
What Is It?                                                                  ments, household solutions and much more. Aromatherapy includes
This introductory course will explore the basic concept of IET as an         the application of and inhalation of plant oils for improved physical,
exciting hands-on healing energy that removes the negative energy            mental and emotional well-being. This course will teach you many
embodied in our tissues and replaces that space with positive energy.        practical and safe applications of essential oils. A sampling of oils
You will learn how this process can remove limiting issues from your         will be passed around with discussion on their properties and heal-
body and release you to follow your life’s dream. This special work is       ing benefits. An additional $3.00 materials/oils fee will be payable
                                                                             to the instructor. Instructor: Peter Hegeman began his holistic stud-
centered around the concept of “heartlinking.” .15 CEU Instructor:
                                                                             ies in the 1970s; this has included the benefits of many natural
Jayne Milak-Dempsey
                                                                             foods and products, including essential oils.
Cost: $30                    Blackwood Location
                                                                             Cost: $30                     Blackwood Campus
CE.HOH 047-51                5/5                                             CE.HOH 129-51                 6/13
1 session                    R, 6:30-8 p.m.                                  1 session                     M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
                                                                             CE.HOH 129-52                 7/11
Basic Certification in                                                       1 session                     M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Integrated Energy Therapy                                                    CE.HOH 129-53                 8/8
In this one-day class in IET, we will focus on attunement to the basic
                                                                             1 session                     M, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
IET energy ray that will activate the first and second DNA pairs and
will empower you to energize and integrate cellular memory blocks.
In addition, you will learn location and use of the IET power points         Your Soul’s Purpose                                       N
and experience an introduction to energy anatomy and the cellular            There are two powerful questions most of us ask                EW
memory map. Come join us to increase your ability to be an energy            ourselves at some point in life. What is my purpose
intuitive and “read” energy. .7 CEU Instructor: Jayne Milak-Dempsey          in life? What is my soul guiding me to do? Your search
Cost: $195                    Blackwood Location                             for the answers is over. In this engaging seminar, you’ll get tips to
CE.HOH 048-01                 5/21                                           guide you on your own path of self-discovery and hear the right
                                                                             course of action from your inner source. Learn how to be on track
1 session                     S, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                                                             and stay on track with your life purpose and be in synch with what
                                                                             you’ve come here to do. In just two hours, you’ll gain tools to live in
The Sixth Sense:                                                             accord with your soul’s plan. Live the life that you’ve dreamed.
Increase Your Psychic Power                                                  Discover what stands in the way of getting what you want and how
We all have the ability to sharpen our intuition and use this psychic        to break the cycle. With practical self-reflection exercises, you can
sense to find solutions and enhance our creativity. Your sixth sense         find out what you’re meant to do and have more meaning and rich-
can guide you more accurately to make choices and decisions that             ness in your life. Presenter: Jo Anne White, PhD is an international
have positive life outcomes. Learn how to increase your intuitive            author, speaker, certified coach, certified hypnotherapist, energy intu-
potential and learn how to use the sixth sense with more accuracy            itive and Reiki Master Teacher.
and ease than ever before. You’ll take away intuitive tools to apply         Blackwood Campus              $35
immediately to every facet of your life. With these techniques, you’ll       CE.HOH 128-51                 8/2
open up new worlds, heighten your psychic abilities and use them to          1 session                     T, 7-9 p.m.
your advantage. You will discover how to tap into your intuition easi-
ly and effectively, how to use your intuition to enrich your life, and
gain intuitive tools to sharpen your psychic abilities. Instructor: Dr. Jo
                                                                             The Addiction HealingTM                                   NEW
                                                                             Addictions dominate the subconscious mind and
Anne White, certified hypnotherapist, energy intuitive, Reiki Master         become a repeated, familiar cycle. The primitive
Teacher, life and career coach, therapist and author.                        “flight, fight, freeze” pattern resists change and reinforces
Blackwood Campus              $36                                            sabotage. Experience energetic techniques to raise vibration,
CE.HOH 056-01                 7/12                                           strengthen will and encourage positive change and success. Begin
1 session                     T, 7-9 p.m.                                    using these self-empowering healing tools immediately for yourself

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Holistic Health
and others. No previous experience necessary. Please bring a pillow         Introduction to Massage
& blanket to class. An optional DVD is available for purchase for this      Massage is perhaps the oldest and simplest of all           NEW
class from instructor. Instructor: Elsie Kerns                              “touch therapies.” Come and discover in this
Cost: $50                     Blackwood Location                            course the pleasure of giving and receiving massage
CE.HOH 142-51                 5/17                                          in a comfortable, fun and relaxing environment. We will
1 session                     T, 6:30-9 p.m.                                learn the basic strokes of Swedish massage. Please wear a bathing
                                                                            suit under comfortable, loose fitting clothes to this class and bring a
Crossing Over – The Bridge                                                  regular set of sheets to class.
                                                                            Cost: $95                    Blackwood Campus
Between Here & There       NEW                                              CE.HOH 008-51                5/17 –6/7
An Energetic Approach to
Consciousness Transition                                                    4 sessions                   R, 7-9 p.m.
Make the consciousness transition from body-mind to
spirit more comfortable for your loved ones. It takes energy to             Music, Healing and Sound                                   NEW
ascend out of the physical body. Learn easy, soothing energy options        Relaxation
to release tension from the body. Provide energetic support with the        This introductory class explores how music and sound
yin spiral and MingMen opening. Allow calming oils to relax and pre-        affect the body and mind. Through biofeedback, we will learn how
pare the spirit. Finally, apply the earth-to-heaven blessing. These         music is used as a relaxation technique. We will learn about energy
energetic approaches can also be helpful in guiding loved ones              balancing and auric cleansing effects of the sounding of crystal
through illness to wellness. No previous experience necessary. Please       bowls. We will discuss entrainment and ways to bring a person to
bring a pillow & blanket to class. An optional DVD is available for         deep relaxation. We will learn ways to use music and sound as a
purchase on this class from instructor. Instructor: Elsie Kerns, a          complementary companion for yoga classes and individual bodywork,
Certified Energy Medicine for Women Instructor and Eden Energy              energy and relaxation sessions. Instructor: Michele Heffernan, MAMT.
Medicine Practitioner as well as a graduate of the 4-year Brennan           Cost: $35                    Blackwood Campus
Healing Science training.                                                   CE.HOH 145-51                6/14
Cost: $50                     Blackwood Location                            1 session                    T, 7-9 p.m.
CE.HOH 143-51                 6/15
1 session                     W, 6:30-9 p.m.
                                                                            Guides for the Soul’s Journey
                                                                            Love may be the soul’s deepest calling, but how
Shiatsu Workshop for                                      NEW               does one negotiate the practical matters of daily         NEW
Neck & Shoulder Pain                                                        life, and the highest aspirations of the soul? Learn
Do you suffer from neck and shoulder pain,                                  from 16th century Christian mystics Teresa of Avila
headaches, or stress? Learn some basic self-healing acupressure             and John of the Cross. What are the roadmarks on the
points to help release muscle soreness and tension in your neck and         way to perfection? What does perfect love look like, or how do we
shoulders with an ancient Asian healing technique. You will be intro-       experience it? Where does asceticism or the “way of the renunciate”
duced to Shiatsu and work hands-on learning acupressure points              fit in, and how widespread or how narrow and individual is this call-
specifically for releasing neck and shoulder pain. This is an ideal class   ing? We will explore Teresa’s Interior Castle and John’s Dark Night
for you and a spouse/friend to work together and learn how to help          of the Soul and Spiritual Canticle, in this discussion. What similarities
each other release neck and shoulder soreness and tension. A work-          does this guidance have with other spiritual systems? Instructor:
book is included. Dress comfortably, preferably no jeans. 3.0 NCTMB         Catherine Wilbur, PhD.
Contact Hours. Instructor: Jacklynn Milovsky, AOBTA Certified Shiatsu       Cost: $35                     Blackwood Location
Practitioner and Reiki Master/Teacher.                                      CE.HOH 146-01                 6/11
Cost: $40                     Blackwood Location                            1 session                     S, 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
CE.HOH 102-01                 6/4
1 session                     S, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.                           Brighten your Meals with
                                                                            Fresh Herbs                                                NEW
Working Out the Knots                                     NEW               Looking to be a healthier you in 2011? Fresh herbs
Together (Couples only)                                                     are not only a delight to the palate but also have health-
This is an enjoyable and informative way to spend time                      giving properties. In this class, we will explore how to use healthy
with your loved one. Make it a date, enjoy class and have dinner after-     herbs to add enjoyable flavors to your meals. We will also explore
wards. Learn loving, compassionate, alternative therapy and acupres-        growing, harvesting and recipes using fresh culinary herbs. Class will
sure techniques together with your partner. This is a wonderful way for     include recipes and samples. Instructor Jeanne Francis is a Master
you and your partner to nurture each other into peaceful relaxation         Herbalist and Gardener will over 40 years experience in the field.
while receiving benefits of releasing stress and tension; assisting in      Cost: $35                     Blackwood Location
relieving headaches, neck and shoulder pain. Handouts included. Dress       CE.HOH 147-51                 5/11
comfortably, preferably no jeans. Instructor: Jacklynn Milovsky, AOBTA      1 session                     W, 7-9 p.m.
Certified Shiatsu Practitioner and Reiki Master/Teacher.
Cost: $30 per person           Blackwood Location
CE.HOH 144-01                  6/25
1 session                      S, 2-5 p.m.

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                                                                                     Holistic Health
An Introduction to                                                          the body's energy system. Learn exercises with stones to open your
                                                                            Kundalini Channel. Experience a Crystal room clearing. Instructor:
Working with Crystals                                                       Susan Kammerhoff
Where do crystals come from? Why do some people feel their ener-
                                                                            Cost: $35                  Blackwood Campus
gy and others don’t? How can crystals help me in my life? Did you           CE.HOH 127-51              6/8
have an interest in crystals as a child, but never fully understood         1 session                  W, 7-9 p.m.
why? Learn why you are attracted to certain crystals, and how they
to emit, transmute, and magnify energy. Learn the healing properties
of quartz, amethysts and other well known crystals. Learn clearing          The Language of Dreams
and charging techniques. Experience a crystal meditation. Learn how         Dreaming is an activity we all participate in nightly whether or not
to enhance your Reiki healing practice through the incorporation of         we remember them. Learn about the different types of dreams, how
crystals. Instructor: Susan Kammerhoff                                      to increase dream recall and show you how your dreams can benefit
Cost: $25                     Blackwood Campus                              you in life, work and relationships. Discover the meaning and impor-
CE.HOH 125-51                 6/1                                           tance of your dreams. Find out how to use your dreams to enhance
1 session                     W, 7-9 p.m.                                   creativity, solve problems, and to receive inspiration, guidance and
                                                                            healing. Become your own dream expert. Bring a dream(s) to ana-
                                                                            lyze. Instructor: Dr. Jo Anne White, PhD
More About Crystals                                                         Blackwood Campus             $36
This evening is a very special treat for those who enjoy hands- on          CE.HOH 137-51                6/7
experiences. Enter the world of Crystals further with love and appre-       1 session                    T, 7-9 p.m.
ciation. Become familiar with ways to merge Crystal currents with



                                                                      The Seniors Center
Camden County is pleased to offer the following courses                     Introduction to the Internet
to senior adults over the age of 55. Please join us for                     for Seniors
these special classes where learning never stops!                           Connect to the world wide web! This hands-on course will teach you
                                                                            how to navigate the internet, visit web sites, and understand how to
Basic Computer Skills for Seniors                                           use e-mail, mailing lists, and newsgroups. Cruise on the superhigh-
This course is designed for the mature adult who has had little or          way and learn how to communicate with your grandchildren and
no experience with personal computers. In this class, individuals           friends on the internet. Individuals must have completed the
will become familiar with terminology, computer components, mak-            Introduction to Personal Computers and Windows courses or have a
ing a computer purchase, and hardware and software. Individuals             working knowledge of both prior to registering for this class. A
will also develop their skills in keyboarding, mastering the mouse          review of these topics is not included in the class. .8 CEU
through point and click activities. This class is designed for the first-   Cost: $50           Heritage Square Bldg, Cherry Hill, Room 103
time user. .8 CEU                                                           CE.SEN 003-21 5/17 – 5/19
Cost: $50           Heritage Square Bldg, Cherry Hill, Room 103             2 sessions          T, R, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
CE.SEN 007-21 5/3 – 5/5
2 sessions          T, R, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
                                                                            Introduction to eBay for Seniors
                                                                            Over millions of people are using eBay each day buying and selling
Introduction to Windows                                                     every type of product available. Come join us in the introductory
for Seniors                                                                 seminar to learn the basics of manipulating eBay. Learn how to
This hands-on course will train you to use the exciting features found      maneuver the site, research and list items, monitor listings, and
in Windows. You will learn how to use the desktop, manipulate files,        complete transactions securely.
control feature, and accessory features. Individuals must have complet-     Cost: $50          Heritage Square Bldg, Cherry Hill, Room 103
ed the Introduction to Personal Computers class or have prior comput-       CE.SEN 014-21 5/31 – 6/2
er experience before registering for this class. A review of Introduction   2 sessions         T, R, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
to Personal Computers is not included in this class. .8 CEU
Cost: $50           Heritage Square Bldg, Cherry Hill, Room 103
CE.SEN 002-21 5/10 – 5/12                                                   Introduction to E-mail Basics
2 sessions          T, R, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.                                     This hands-on course will teach you to use the fundamental points
                                                                            of using e-mail. You will learn how to send, retrieve, and forward
                                                                            e-mails. In addition, you will learn how to use the address book
                                                                            and send and receive photographs and attachments. E-mail opens a
Prices for the Senior Center courses are                                    whole new way to communicate fast with friends and family.
 as stated; no further discounts apply.                                     Cost: $50           Heritage Square Bldg., Cherry Hill, Room 103
                                                                            CE.SEN 016-21 6/7 – 6/9
                                                                            2 sessions          T, R, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Sports, Health & Fitness
Golf Skills for Adults                                                   healthy and youthful looking for personal enhancement. Discussion
Now is the time to take professional golf lessons designed especially    on a non-surgical, anti-aging facelift technique will be included. A
for the beginner. Learn the basics of golf including grip, stance,       $10 materials fee is due to instructor at the start of the class.
swing, and etiquette. The cost of the course includes the use of         Instructor: Barbara Strampello, image consultant, licensed esthetician.
clubs and golf balls for indoor use. You will learn the proper tech-     Cost: $65                    Blackwood Location
niques of the game in a relaxed learning environment and at an           CE.HPE 108-51                5/17 – 5/31
affordable price.                                                        3 sessions                   T, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Cost: $85                    Blackwood Location
                             Off Campus Range                            Eat to Live                                              N
CE.HPE 004-51                5/5 – 6/2                                   The truth is we are what we eat! In this work-              EW
5 sessions                   R, 6-8 p.m.                                 shop, you will learn how easy it is to eat for life.
                                                                         Learn the fundamentals of healthy whole food shop-
Yoga Basics                                                              ping, cooking, and eating. You will learn about the most balanced
This class provides the basics of Hatha Yoga, the yoga of physical       food and how to incorporate them into your daily life. We will dis-
fitness. It is for you whether you have done yoga before or not, as      cover how small changes mean a lot and how delicious whole foods
long as you are in generally good health. In each class, we will         really can be. Join us for this enlightening adventure into health and
stretch, learn Asanas (yoga postures), Pranayamas (breath tech-          vitality.
niques), and experience deep relaxation meditations. As we move          Cost: $50                     Blackwood Location
through the course, we will be building a program that addresses         CE.HPE 109-51                 6/1 – 6/29
every aspect of your health and well-being. It is designed to            5 sessions                    W, 7:30-9 p.m.
enhance the quality of your life.
Cost: $109                   Blackwood Location                          Stretch and Breath Free
CE.HPE 015-51                5/18 – 8/17                                 This workshop will guide you through the prob-          NEW
                             W, 5:30-7 p.m.                              lems of aches and pains of tight muscles and
                                                                         restricted joints and into a strong, flexible body. By
Personal Image Counts                                                    using yogic stretches for all muscle groups, breathe techniques, and
Discover how to enhance your own natural beauty by way of proper         a new belief system, you can actually achieve results and transform
skin care, simple make-up application techniques and the appropriate     your body in a few short weeks.
selection of nature based products. You will learn the tools and tech-   Cost: $50                     Blackwood Location
niques to improve your skincare regimen and learn how to read            CE.HPE 110-51                 7/20 – 8/17
labels for proper ingredients. We will explore how to keep your skin     5 sessions                    W, 7:30-9 p.m.




   World-class skills training
   For your company’s employees – Funded by the Government
   Government grants are NOW available to help offset the cost of implementing essential training
   programs. Expert grant writers are on-staff at Camden County College, ready to assist you in tapping public funding.
  Take advantage of our FREE training needs assessment. Working hand-in-glove with your human
  resources staff, the College will share its experience in detecting needs, establishing objectives and assigning training priorities.
  The college has expertise in customizing and delivering occupational training programs, including but not limited to:
      • Marketing & Sales                            • Project Management                  • Customer Service
      • Lean Manufacturing                           • Supervisory & Leadership            • Six Sigma
      • Human Resource Management                    • Communications                      • Teambuilding
      • Workplace Literacy                           • Computer & Technical                • Occupational Skills
   Scheduling is flexible. Training can be delivered at your location or ours, any time of the day, any day of the week.
   Take a closer look at Camden County College. We’ve been delivering
   customized workforce training solutions to New Jeresey business and industry for over 30 years.
   Your organization has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
   Contact the customized training staff at Camden County College today to begin
   investing in your most valuable asset…your employees. Please call
   (856) 874-6016 or e-mail us at customizedtraining@camdencc.edu.


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                                                                                  Teacher Education
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS
In order to meet the Required Professional Development for Teachers Regulations (N.J.A.C. 6:11-13.1-6.11-13.6), all professional
development opportunities must be delineated in an educator’s Professional Improvement Plan (PIP) and must be consistent with
the preamble and standards developed by the New Jersey Professional Teaching Standards Board. Camden County College is a
registered provider of professional development with the New Jersey State Department of Education. Our provider number is 268.
Solving Classroom Discipline                                                       Ready, Set, Read – Online Course
Problems – Online Course                                                           Explore current research that cuts through the media messages about
Why do some teachers enjoy peaceful, orderly classrooms while oth-                 reading wars and the right way to teach children. Learn by reading
ers face daily discipline battles? The answer is that some teachers                stories about children, doing interactive assignments, and exploring
know the secrets to solving discipline problems. This course presents              the latest in parent and childcare information. You will see everyday
a step-by-step approach to effective, positive classroom discipline.               children’s play with a new eye as you understand how play can con-
Topics will include exploring the connection between students’ basic               nect to literacy. You’ll learn how a child becomes literate from the
needs and discipline; applying the win-win approach to discipline;                 moment of birth. First, you will investigate the many things a child’s
establishing and using positive boundaries.                                        growing mind must do to make sense of the written word and create
Cost: $92                                                                          writing. From there, you will explore the development of reading and
Please see online course section in this brochure for registration information.    writing from infancy to the early school years. You’ll know what
                                                                                   problems to look for and how to assist a struggling reader. You will
The Creative Classroom – Online Course                                             see how you can boost literacy growth during daily routines and
Creativity will abound in your classroom as you tap your students’                 child’s play. Gain confidence in your ability to guide a child’s literacy
hidden talents. Learn how to use creativity to teach reading, writing,             development, and take pleasure in seeing how even the littlest
visual arts, performing arts, social studies, science, mathematics, and            events can lead to really big steps in reading and writing success.
physical and health education. Develop creative new approaches to                  Cost: $92
                                                                                   Please see online course section in this brochure for registration information.
field trips, learning labs, activities, exercises, assignments, and evalu-
ation methods. Think beyond the textbook and challenge your stu-
dents by making your classroom a creative classroom!                               Creating the Inclusive Classroom:
Cost: $92                                                                          Strategies for Success
Please see online course section in this brochure for registration information.    In this professional development course for teachers, you’ll get the
                                                                                   training you need to reach the diverse mix of students you face
Integrating Technology in the                                                      every day – learning proven strategies that turn diversity into oppor-
Classroom – Online Course                                                          tunity. With students who have learning disabilities, neurobiological
Educational technology is advancing at an astounding rate, offering                disorders, and physical challenges, the modern classroom requires an
today's busy teacher quick and easy solutions for more interactive                 efficient and effective teacher who can prioritize under tight dead-
lesson plans, exciting WebQuests, and challenging assignments.                     lines and be creative on demand. Learn how to be the kind of super
Discover the power and creativity that technology can bring to your                teacher who can guide every student toward academic success.
                                                                                   Cost: $92
classroom as we look at basic integration, subject-specific activities,
and smart ways to make your integration seamless. Take your teach-
ing to another level with these fun new ways to incorporate technol-               Teaching Math: Grades 4-6
ogy into your lesson plans. In this course, you'll learn how to design             Reinvent math instruction for grades 4-6 by bringing hands-on learn-
your presentation station, identify kid-friendly Internet search tools,            ing, inexpensive manipulatives, and real-world connections into your
teach keyboarding, and develop integrated lesson plans in reading,                 classroom. Whether you’re a new teacher or a seasoned pro, this
writing, science, math, social studies, as well as music and art.                  course will help you get your students excited about math! Over the
You'll also discover ways to reach special needs, GATE, and bilingual              next six weeks, you’ll learn the best ways to walk students through
learners, who are often marginalized when we stick to one lesson                   the complexities of elementary school math. From teaching them the
plan that doesn't fit all circumstances. Finally, we'll take a look at             best way to learn complicated vocabulary to turning them into prob-
computer ethics and the future of technology in the classroom. This                lem-solving detectives, you’ll discover lots of fun and practical ways
course will help you reinvigorate and streamline your lesson plans                 to extend your students’ learning into their homes, the community,
with the latest techniques and newest technologies.                                and the world. Whether you end up using clever geometry manipula-
$92                                                                                tives or handmade fraction bars, math journals or Family Math
Please see online course section in this brochure for registration information.    nights, you’ll soak up dozens of strategies that require little or no
                                                                                   money if you supply a lot of imagination. If you’ve been waiting to
                                                                                   jumpstart your math instruction, now is the time to double your
                                                                                   teaching power without adding a lot of work.
                                                                                   Cost: $92




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Teacher Education
Working Successfully With                                                    Creating a Classroom Website
Learning Disabled Students                                                   Learn how to create a classroom website in this fun, easy-to-under-
Learn how to successfully meet the diverse needs of the disabled stu-        stand course for teachers. In no time, you’ll build a site with text,
dents in your classroom from an experienced special educator. We’ll          images, animations, tables, links, and more. Then you’ll create a
dissect the whole special education process, from working with indi-         WebQuest and a blog to add to your site. You’ll also learn how stu-
vidualized education programs (IEPs) to helping students struggling          dents can use site builders to create their own websites in minutes.
with reading comprehension, math skills, and writing. We’ll also talk        As we move along, you’ll be amazed by how simple creating a class-
about fun games you can incorporate, tips for modifying your class-          room Web site can be and all the ways in which having one can
room, and lots of tested methods for bringing out the best behavior          make you a more effective and dynamic teacher. By the end of this
in your students. Every teacher can have success teaching learning           course, you’ll have your own published classroom website, and
disabled kids. Please see online course section in this brochure for         you’ll feel energized by your great new teaching tool! Please see
registration information.                                                    the online section of this brochure for registration procedures.
Cost: $92                                                                    Cost: $92


Teaching Science: Grades 4-6                                                 NPTNJ 24-Hour
Ready to maximize your abilities in teaching science? You’ll learn           Pre-Service Program
about foundational content in physical, life, and earth science, and         Applying for a Certificate of Eligibility? Here is your first step: New
ways to teach that content to your students. Discover specific teach-        Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey is pleased to offer the new
ing methods and science process skills, and learn how to improve the         “24-hour Pre-Service Program” required for alternate route candi-
emotional climate in your classroom. Lots of examples and work-              dates who apply for a Certificate of Eligibility (CE). This course is a
sheets you can use in your own classroom are included. There’s a big         prerequisite of the NJ Department of Education for all CE appli-
emphasis on the scientific method, and there’s even an entire lesson         cations received after October 30, 2009. NOTE: Individuals sub-
devoted to science fairs! Please see online course section in this           mitting a CE application prior to October 31st are not required to
brochure for registration information.                                       take this course.
Cost: $92                                                                    Course content will include:
                                                                             An Overview of the Teaching Profession, Classroom Management,
                                                                             Assessment Tools, Lesson Plans, Learning Strategies, Job Search
Differentiated Instruction                                                   Strategies for Teachers, Diversity in the Classroom, The
in the Classroom                                                             Implementation of Technology, Classroom Observations
Differentiated instruction (DI) is becoming a mainstay in classrooms
                                                                             This is a non-credit course with 20 hours of class work and a 4-hour
across the country as educators are starting to see the ways that the
                                                                             classroom observation requirement. Upon successful completion, stu-
traditional classroom setting limits their ability to reach diverse learn-
                                                                             dents will receive a certificate, as required by the NJ Department of
ers. Join us on this journey through 10 practical DI integration strate-
                                                                             Education, which documents their program completion. The certifi-
gies! Count on at least three sample integration lessons on each strat-
                                                                             cate must be included in the CE application packet.
egy, and just think of all the ways that you can apply them to improve
learning outcomes for your students. Please see online course section        Cost: $235 (book included)
in this brochure for registration information.                               Blackwood Campus
Cost: $92                                                                    CE.ALT 004-51                      5/2 – 6/13
                                                                             6 sessions                         M, 6-9:20 p.m.
                                                                             Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill
                                                                             CE.ALT 004-21                      4/2 – 5/7
                                                                             5 sessions                         S, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.


  Certified Substitute Teacher Program
  Camden County College’s Faculty Development Institute in cooperation with the school districts in Camden County offers a one-stop
  training seminar to prepare and certify substitute teachers as well as to offer a refresher in-service program for substitute teachers
  currently employed by local school districts. Topics will include successful classroom management techniques, cultivating positive
  first impressions, rapport with students, articulating clear lesson goals, objectives and procedures, making efficient use of instruc-
  tional time, etc. Students must have a minimum of 60 college credits and successfully undergo a criminal background check to
  qualify as a substitute teacher. All paperwork will be completed during the seminar. A certificate of completion will be awarded at
  the end of the course.
  COST - $190 Program will be held on the Blackwood Campus.
  Session 1 – May 13-15                             Session 2 – July 11-14                       Session 3 – August 19-21
  Friday 12 noon – 5 p.m.                              Monday through Thursday                       Friday 12 noon – 5 p.m.
  Saturday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.                             8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.                         Saturday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  Sunday 12 noon – 5 p.m.                                                                            Sunday 12 p.m.– 5 p.m.


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                                                                           Teacher Education
  Alternate Route to Teacher Education Program
  The New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey Program is a statewide consortium among New Jersey City University, collaborating NJ
  community colleges, and affiliated school districts in New Jersey to provide alternate route education certification programs to qualified
  candidates. Students may take the program for non-credit or for graduate credit into the Master of Arts in Teaching Program.
  Candidates will be admitted into the program if they meet the following criteria:
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Major in the appropriate field for subject or a license
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher for last degree earned
  • Passing score on the appropriate Praxis II exam and CE
  The academic program consists of two stages. Stage I is a 45 hour pre-service program and guided in-class observations yielding either
  four (4) graduate credits or taken as a non-credit course beginning in early summer. Credits are awarded by NJCU. Stage II is a 140
  hour program yielding 11 graduate credits or taken as a non-credit course, which continues after Stage I from September through June.
  The program takes approximately one year to complete. It begins in the summer semester and continues throughout the academic year until
  its completion the following June. If you have not taken the PRAXIS II exam, log onto www.ets.org for information so you can be ready for
  the NPTNJ Program in June 2011. Preparation for admission into the program can take several months.
  Not eligible for tuition waivers




                                              Construction & Electrical
Welder and Fitter Training – Basic                                          details of design and construction methods and materials. These
                                                                            include: foundation, framing, insulation, air sealing, roof design and
Field and Maintenance Applications                                          detailing, windows and doors, heating and cooling systems, water
This 40-hour entry level class                 CLASSES                      heating, lights and appliances, interior finishes, and health and safety.
has been designed for students         FORMING NOW!                         Cost: $75                    Cherry Hill Location
to obtain the fundamental princi-        Please see website for
                                                                            CE.ENR 160-41                6/28 – 6/30
ples of common welding prac-                dates and times.
                                         www.camdencc.edu/ce                2 sessions                   T, R, 6-9 p.m.
tices in today’s industry. Welding           856-874-6004
styles that will be taught and
practiced are: Oxyacetylene, Gas metal Arc Welding GMAW (commonly           In-Home Energy Survey Professional
known as MIG) , Gas Tungsten Arc Welding GTAW (commonly known              Prepare to become a home energy survey professional. This course
as TIG), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (commonly known as ARC).               presents concepts in Principles of Energy, Energy & Building Shell, Air
Oxyacetylene burning and plasma cutting will be taught and practiced.      Leakage, Insulation, Windows & Doors, Water Heating, Lights &
Metallurgy, safety, welding symbol print reading will all be components    Appliances and Health & Safety, Chapter 7 & Appendix A of the
of the class. The welding codes AWS D1.1, D1.2, D1.3 and ASME              RESNET Standards. (Textbook required - Residential Energy by
B31.1, B31.2, B31.3, B31.3, B31.4 and API 1104 will be introduced          Krigger/Dorsi) Instructor: R. James Del Grosso AIA, LEED AP
and used as guidelines during the class. Students will receive a           Cost: $149                   Cherry Hill Location
Certificate of completion for the course equal to 4 CEU’s. This is not a   CE.ENR 155-41                6/7 – 6/16
welding certification.                                                     4 sessions                   T, R, 6-9 p.m.
Course #: CE.WLD 001
Hours:          40                                                          Energy Auditing
Cost:           $999.00 (Tuition $299, Lab Fee $450, Materials $250)        Learn about performing energy audits for residential construction using
                                                                            a whole building system approach. Energy auditing will improve energy
Understanding the                                                           efficiency and can give the homeowner, architect or home builder the
                                                                            full benefit of various energy savings measures. Topics presented are
“House as a System”                                                         approved by RESNET Standards. Instructor: R. James Del Grosso AIA,
This course breaks down the concept of “house as a system” by
                                                                            LEED AP
exploring each component of construction and the implications that
                                                                            Cost: $75                     Cherry Hill Location
proper use of materials and techniques will have on improving energy
                                                                            CE.ENR 156-41                 6/21 – 6/23
performance. Using an actual case study, the course will explain the
                                                                            2 sessions                    T, R, 6-9 p.m.




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Career & Personal Development
Finding the Work You Want                                                  Certified Wedding Planner
Are you in transition with your career or thinking about exploring a       The Certified Wedding Planning Program is perfect for the individual
new field? Maybe you are entering the workforce for the first time         looking to get started as a professional wedding planner right away.
or after a “time out.” In this hands-on workshop, you will do exercis-     This comprehensive program covers everything an aspiring wedding
es to discover what you value and enjoy. In addition, you will             planner needs to know to get started in the business, from contracts
explore and define what your vision of meaningful work is and give         to etiquette, flowers, music, day of services, marketing, business
you direction on how to make it happen for yourself.                       practices, trade secrets and industry specific applications. Whether
Cost: $45                    Blackwood Location                            you plan on working part-time, planning only a few weddings a year,
CE.PRO 033-51                5/4 – 5/11                                    or a full-time career, this program will provide all the tools necessary
2 sessions                   W, 7-9 p.m.                                   to work as a professional wedding planner or start your wedding
                                                                           planning business. The assignments are geared towards starting a
Everything in Life is A Sales Job:                                         business in the industry. Therefore, most assignments are tools that
How to Market Yourself and Win                                             will be utilized in your business such as contracts, business packages,
All of us go through life and experience change constantly. Whether        profiling templates for new clients and tools for designing a signature
we are aware or not, we need to develop the ability to communicate         wedding such as fabric boards, design displays and presentation
and show-case our talents and attributes, by “selling” ourselves in        tools. Textbooks include templates and many examples for you to
order to be successful in our personal and professional lives. This        utilize in order to develop your own, such as contracts and service
seminar is designed to help you to think introspectively and gain in-      packages. There are also over 50 documents in the on-line library
depth knowledge into what makes you unique and different. You              you can download as templates for your bridal clients.
will learn how to identify your talents, strengths, and opportunities,           Wedding planners are in demand as more and more sophisticat-
and how to package, promote and “sell” yourself to the people who          ed brides discover they can not be the bride and the wedding plan-
matter – employer, family, friends, and more, using essential funda-       ner on the day of their wedding. Many professional planners run
mentals of selling strategies and techniques. This seminar will pro-       their own company while many others work for wedding businesses
vide a process for you to think through your personality, lifestyle,       offering wedding planning services. For course details, visit
habits, patterns, behavior, career aspirations and personal needs and      www.gatlineducation.com.
goals. You will be encouraged to think of yourself as a product and        Cost: $1,395
how you will develop your own unique personalized strategies to sell       See online section for more information on this program.
and promote yourself and maximize the return on your efforts and
skills. You will learn how to create and build value-oriented relation-
ship strategy and how to create meaningful partnerships and alliances
                                                                           Event Management and Design
to succeed at the personal and professional levels.                        This exciting Event Management and Design online program is struc-
Cost: $25                    Blackwood Location                            tured to provide both practical knowledge and a comprehensive under-
CE.PRO 088-51                5/19                                          standing of the modern special event industry. Event Management
1 session                    R, 6-9 p.m.                                   and Design will equip you with the knowledge to advance in the field
                                                                           if you are already working in events, or to prepare you to enter the
                                                                           profession with an understanding of the industry and knowing what
Notary Public Training Program                                             you are getting yourself into. Students will build the foundation which
There is a growing need for Notaries Public in many professions            you can use to build a career in special events or start your own spe-
including paralegal, financial, real estate, business, and legal profes-   cial event business. This program is split up into two modules: Special
sions. This class will educate you on how to obtain your notary com-
                                                                           Event Management and Special Event Design and Decoration. Each
mission for the State of New Jersey. In addition, you will acquire
                                                                           module includes multiple units complete with interactive media-rich
skills and tools to complete your state assigned job duties as
                                                                           presentations. Topics include the Five Stages of Event Management,
described by the New Jersey Department of Revenue. We will
                                                                           concepts of communication and synergy, different leadership styles,
explore what a notary can do; what liability a notary faces; and how
                                                                           hiring vendors, catering, sound/light technicians, entertainment, mar-
to earn money from notary services. Students who successfully com-
                                                                           keting strategies, event site inspections, software for the office, event
plete the training will receive a certificate of completion. This course
                                                                           management, and CADD, and budgeting, pricing, and accounting as
meets the standards of the New Jersey Notary Association.
                                                                           they relate to Event Design. See online section for registration details.
Cost: $69                     Blackwood Campus
CE.BUS 014-51                 7/16                                         Cost: $1,895
1 session                     S, 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.




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       Now, You Can Get Your Captain’s License Online
      Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel 6 Pack
          ATLANTIS M ARITIME A CADEMY I NC .
                I N PARTNERSHIP W ITH
             C AMDEN C OUNTY C OLLEGE
            ave yourself months of preparation time by letting Atlantis Maritime Academy
        S   lead you through the Coast Guard licensing process. Atlantis is an approved
         training facility, which means we can administer the licensing exam on site at
          Camden County College, saving you the headache and red tape of dealing with a
            regional exam center.
                     The Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel (OUPV) prepares the
                     student to meet the qualification requirements for a US Coast Guard
                   OUPV in Near Coastal waters. The OUPV license allows you to take up to
                 six passengers for hire. If you want to be a powerboat or sailing instructor,
          take paying passengers for a cruise on your boat or be hired as a skipper for a
commercial vessel, you need this course.
                REGISTER AT:
                Camden County College
                Division of Continuing Education, Blackwood Campus, CIM 207
                Course Number: CE.PRO 080
                Cost: $595
                Section 01: May 16 – July 1 Section 02: June 20 – August 5
Course Fee includes all course materials, instruction, charts, 347+ page study guide, five
exams, and Certificate of Completion. No traveling to the Regional Exam Center for U.S.C.G.
exams. Once your online course is activated, refunds cannot be issued. Course discounts or
waivers are not accepted for this program. Students must be a U.S. Citizen to obtain DUPV
license and have a photo i.d.
                       ATLANTIS M ARITIME A CADEMY I NC .
                            S ICKLERVILLE , N EW J ERSEY




                                 A PPROVED FACILITY




This course will offer half-hour private voice instruction
with one of the Mainstage Center for the Arts
qualified instructors. Lesson times are available
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday nights.
Blackwood Campus
Cost: $240
8 sessions

Call Mainstage Center
for the Arts for more details
at (856) 227-3091.

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Motorcycle Safety
Basic Rider Course
A great way to get started in motorcycling! Come out and try riding without buying your own motorcycle. If you can balance a bicycle, and are
healthy we can probably teach you to ride a motorcycle. Our instructors have taught thousands of riders, are avid riders and have years of rid-
ing experience. Late model motorcycles of 125-250cc will be provided for each student, and students may qualify for the MVC road test waiv-
er. The course is delivered on a closed course in a low stress environment and includes both classroom and riding instruction.
You will learn basic motorcycle control skills, defensive driving and advance turning and braking skills. In order to successfully complete the
course, students must be on time and attend all sessions, pass a written test on Saturday afternoon, and pass a road test on Sunday. It is
rare, but Rider Coaches reserve the right to remove any rider who cannot successfully complete the objective of the exercises in a manner that
is safe for all participants. The course will run rain or shine so be prepared to ride.
This 15-hour course is offered through a partnership of Rider Training of New Jersey and Camden County College. The course consists of
approximately 10-hours of riding and 5-hours of classroom. Students who successfully complete the course may qualify for a MVC road test
waiver. There is no guarantee that students will qualify for the waiver, and receive a motorcycle endorsement. Students must be on time and
complete all sessions, pass a written test, and a riding evaluation.
Course Schedule (Course ending times are approximate)
Friday Evening 6:30-9:30 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Dates: Weekends through November
Hours: 15 - Core Curriculum      Course Number: CE.MTC 001
Cost: $295 – Basic Rider         Location:      Blackwood Campus
Students should register online at www.camdencc.edu for dates.
Click on Continuing Education, Register Online, Register and Pay for Continuing Ed Courses, Topic Code-Motorcycle Safety
Important Notes:
Student must possess a valid motorcycle permit. This is a STATE LAW and there will be no exceptions. You must have successfully completed the MVC knowl-
edge and eye test prior to the course date, and the permit must still be valid on the final day of class. Riders under 18 must have parental consent. You must
have the ability to ride a bicycle. You must be in reasonably good health. The course is physically demanding. Students are NOT guaranteed to pass. Any
changes must be made a minimum of 5 days before the day of the first class. Thereafter, no refunds are given unless a class is cancelled. Absence or tardiness
from any portion of the class will result in the disqualification from the remainder of the course without refund. Prompt, 100% attendance is mandatory for suc-
cessful completion. Students must have taken the written and eye test at DMV and permits must be valid until the final day of the course. Classes are conducted
in the rain and require appropriate attire. Instructors reserve the right to remove a student from the riding portion of the course at any time (without refund) for
the safety of all involved. Students with a “GDL” or “Z” restriction license are not eligible to receive the license waiver.


Experienced Rider Course
Have you been riding many years but never had any training, or been riding only a few months and need more confidence? Then the ERC is
the course for you. Bring your own bike and gear and get ready for advanced training in overall motorcycle control, stopping, turning, swerving
and defensive driving. This 6-7 hour course is taught on a closed course in a low stress environment. The course may qualify you for a defen-
sive driving insurance discount, and may result in a 2-point reduction in MVC points.

Before signing up for the course, you should be familiar and comfortable with your motorcycle. Call us for a special class for your riding club.
Get 12 riders together and we will run a class just for your group. For an additional charge, passengers may also come along for the ride.

Course Schedule (Course ending times are approximate)
Sunday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m
Course Number: CE.MTC 002 – Experienced Rider                                                  Cost: $125
Course Number: CE.MTC 003 – Passenger for experienced rider                                    Cost: $35

Students should register online at www.camdencc.edu. Click on Continuing Education.
Must have a licensed, insured, inspected and properly maintained (at the instructors discretion) motorcycle.


     ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR THE FOLLOWING PROTECTIVE GEAR FOR BOTH RIDER COURSES
     Students will not be permitted to ride without proper gear.
     - Boots-over the ankle, leather                             - Long pants of heavy fabric
     - Long sleeve jacket or shirt                               - Full fingered gloves
     - DOT Approved helmets                                      - DOT eye protection
     - Rain gear - classes run rain or shine                     - Must provide your own snacks, drinks, and lunch


86                   Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                                                                      Languages
American Sign Language I                                                    Conversational French I
This class is an introductory course for the beginner or those with         This course introduces students to the colorful and romantic language
minimal exposure to sign language. The fundamental skills including         of the French culture. The class will cover greetings, practical phras-
basic vocabulary and linguistic information required for effective com-     es, shopping, ordering in a restaurant, asking for help and directions,
munication with the hearing impaired will be introduced. Textbook is        and other simple requests. Cultural customs of this beautiful country
required at an additional cost.                                             will also be discussed. This class is designed for students with no
Cost: $75                     Blackwood Location                            prior knowledge of the French language.
CE.LNG 001-51                 5/11 – 6/29                                   Cost: $60                    Blackwood Location
8 sessions                    W, 6-8 p.m.                                   CE.LNG 006-51                5/12 – 6/16
                                                                            6 sessions                   R, 6-8 p.m.
American Sign Language II
This class continues from the foundation provided by American Sign          Conversational French II
Language I. The course will take a closer look at language skills and       This course continues to enrich the French vocabulary that you have
the development of additional vocabulary.                                   developed in level I. In addition, your ability to communicate effec-
Cost: $60                   Blackwood Location                              tively in the French language will continue to be refined. We will also
CE.LNG 002-51               7/6 – 8/10                                      resume our discussions of French customs and culture.
6 sessions                  W, 6-8 p.m.                                     Cost: $60                    Blackwood Location
                                                                            CE.LNG 007-51                6/23 – 7/28
                                                                            6 sessions                   R, 6-8 p.m.
Everyday Conversational Italian
In this course, you will learn the basics of vocabulary for conversing
in Italian for social and travel situations. Basic grammar needed for
                                                                            Conversational Chinese I
                                                                            This course is designed as an introductory course for those interested
personal, social, and travel will be stressed along with a brief intro-
                                                                            in learning an introduction to the Chinese language. It will introduce
duction to Italian culture. No prior knowledge of Italian is required for
                                                                            beginners to the language of standard Chinese and the Chinese cul-
this course.
                                                                            ture, especially tailored for the casual or business environment. The
Cost: $60                     Blackwood Location
                                                                            class will cover greetings, daily expressions, introductions, knowing
CE.LNG 021-51                 5/2 – 6/13 (no class 5/30)
                                                                            the company, making appointments, other common phrases and
6 sessions                    M, 6-8 p.m.
                                                                            requests, as well as cultural awareness. Pronunciations, tones, and
                                                                            basic grammar will also be introduced. Through business-oriented sit-
More Conversational Italian                                                 uational dialogue, students will learn listening, speaking, and reading
This course will explore a deeper understanding and more in-depth           Chinese at a basic level. A textbook to accompany the class will be
expression of the language. Students will continue to build upon con-       recommended by the instructor for additional purchase.
versation skills. In addition, we will explore the culture of Rome and      Instructor: Vicky Lee Truei
its neighborhoods.                                                          Cost: $110                     Cherry Hill Location
Cost: $60                      Blackwood Location                           CE.LNG 024-41                  5/3 – 7/19
CE.LNG 009-51                  6/20 – 8/1 (no class 7/4)                    12 session                     T, 7- 9 p.m.
6 sessions                     M, 6-8 p.m.
                                                                            English Grammar Refresher
Conversational Spanish I                                                    This course is designed for those who need to review the fundamen-
This course introduces Conversational Spanish used in personal and          tals of English grammar. We will cover sentence analysis and essay
business situations. Basic grammar, vocabulary for the workplace,           composition to assist those interested in a low-key, language
and Hispanic cultural beliefs will be covered. Communicate more             refresher.
effectively by learning to use idiomatic expressions and vocabulary         Cost: $60                    Blackwood Location
specific to Spanish-speaking people. No prior knowledge of Spanish          CE.LNG 040-51                5/3 – 6/7
is required.                                                                6 sessions                   T, 6-8 p.m.
Cost: $60                    Blackwood Location
CE.LNG 003-51                5/4 – 6/8
6 sessions                   W, 6-8 p.m.

Conversational Spanish II
This course continues to enrich your Spanish vocabulary and your
ability to communicate effectively.
Cost: $60                   Blackwood Location
CE.LNG 004-51               6/15 – 7/20
6 sessions                  W, 6-8 p.m.


                                    Continuing Education Classes • Call Us for More Information: 856-874-6004                                87
       IN COOPERATION WITH CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE
                                              CLASSES IN
                     • ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE (LEVELS 1-5) •
                    • INTRODUCTION TO THE PERSONAL COMPUTER •
                                  • GED-IN SPANISH •
                         CALL FOR COURSE CYCLE DATES
                  SATURDAY CLASSES                             DURATION OF THE COURSES
                   9:00 AM - 1:00 PM                            40 HOURS (10 SATURDAYS)
                   1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
                                         INSTRUCTIONAL SITE
                         Camden County College • 200 North Broadway • Camden, NJ
                        CASH OR VISA/MASTERCARD ONLY. NO PERSONAL CHECKS.
                FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (856) 635-1515
          The Hispanic Institute is a non-profit organization serving the hispanic community since 1984.


                                              CLASES DE
                              • INGLES (NIVELES 1-5) •
                   • INTRODUCCIÓN A LA COMPUTADORA PERSONAL •
                                 • GED-EN ESPAÑOL •
         FAVOR DE LLAMA PARA LAS FECHAS DEL CURSO
              CLASES LOS DIAS SÁBADOS                    DURACIÓN DEL CURSO
                  9:00 AM - 1:00 PM                      40 HORAS (10 SÁBADOS)
                  1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
                                     CENTRO DE INSTRUCCIÓN
                       Camden County College • 200 North Broadway • Camden, NJ
SOLO SE ACEPTA PAGO EN EFECTIVO O VISA/MASTERCARD. NO SE ACEPTAN CHEQUES PERSONALES.
            PARA MAS INFORMACIÓN, LLAME AL (856) 635-1515
     El Hispanic Institute es una organización sin fines de lucro que sirve a la comunidad hispana desde 1984.




 GOVERNMENT
 FUNDING FOR
 JOB TRAINING
 Free Job Training Info Sessions
 Every Day, Monday thru Thursday at 2 p.m.
 Every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
 William G. Rohrer Center, Route 70, Cherry Hill
88             Summer 2011 Schedule of Classes • Camden County College
                                                             english as a
                                                             second language
 SUMMER 2011 NON-CREDIT ESL COURSE OFFERINGS
Everyday English I                                                Accent Reduction –
For non-English speakers who have limited knowledge               Pronunciation Perfect I
of the English language. Students will learn basic                Improve your spoken English to be understood in busi-
grammar, conversation, as well as reading and writing             ness and social situations. Practice techniques for
skills. 6.0 CEU’s                                                 phrasing, intonation, and for pronouncing vowels and
     An assessment test will be given by the instructor           consonants. May include individualized practice.
the first day of class.                                           Prerequisite: 30 hours of ESL instruction and a con-
Cost: $450 (Tuition: $175; lab fees $225; text & materials $50)   versation with the ESL advisor. 3.0 CEU’s
ROH 212 - 10 weeks, 60 hours                                      Cost: $325 (Tuition $100; lab fees $175; text & materials $50)
                                                                  ROH 212 - 10 weeks, 30 hours
CE.ESL 001 66
04/18 – 06/27/2011 – Mon. & Wed., 5:30 to 8:30 PM                 CE.ESL 005 65
                                                                  04/05 – 06/9/2011 – Tues. & Thurs., 8:45 to 10:15 PM
CE.ESL 001 67
07/11 – 09/19/2011 – Mon. & Wed., 5:30 to 8:30 PM
                                                                  Accent Reduction –
Everyday English II                                               Pronunciation Perfect II
For the intermediate English language student who has             Provides contextualized practice at the high intermedi-
prior knowledge of English. Students will learn                   ate/advanced level to improve the speech intelligibility
advanced grammar, conversation, writing and reading               of non-native speakers of English. Focuses on problems
skills. 6.0 CEU’s                                                 of American English sound/spelling patterns, word end-
     An assessment test will be given by the instructor           ings, syllables, stress, rhythm and intonation common
the first day of class.                                           to speakers of different language backgrounds. May
                                                                  include individualized practice in consonant and vowel
Cost: $450 (Tuition: $175; lab fees $225; text & materials $50)
                                                                  production. Required text is a continuation of the text
ROH 212 - 10 weeks, 60 hours
                                                                  from Part I. Prerequisite: 30 hours of ESL instruction
CE.ESL 002 66                                                     and a conversation with the ESL advisor. 3.0 CEU’s
04/19 – 06/23/2011 – Tues. & Thurs., 5:30 to 8:30 PM
                                                                  Cost: $325 (Tuition $100; lab fees $175; text & materials $50)
CE.ESL 002 67                                                     ROH 212 - 10 weeks, 30 hours
07/12 – 09/15/11 – Tues. & Thurs., 5:30 to 8:30 PM
                                                                  CE.ESL 006 65
                                                                  06/21 – 08/25/2011 – Tues. & Thurs., 8:45 to 10:15 PM




 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ADVISEMENT SESSION
 Tuesday Evenings - 5:30 p.m.
 William G. Rohrer Center, Camden County College, 1889 Route 70 East, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
 Call 856-874-6004 to schedule an appointment

 ABOUT OUR FACULTY
 The English as a Second Language classes offered through the Division of Continuing Education are
 taught by the highly credentialed faculty of Camden County College. Students will benefit greatly
 from their knowledge and extensive experience.


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Arts and Crafts
Introduction to Ceramics                                                   Family “Paint-your-Own” Ceramics -
Relax, have fun, be creative & paint your own ceramic “treasures.”         Celebrate Disney
No experience required! You'll learn easy, fun painting techniques         Be creative together painting fun & easy ceramic pieces, using non-
using acrylic paints. No firing required. Take your piece home with        toxic acrylic paints. No firing required – take home after each class!
you right after each class! Projects will include: fall and holiday pro-   Projects Celebrating Movies: “High School Musical,” “Monsters
jects. A small fee per class for pieces and supplies ($5-$8 each) will     vs. Aliens,” “Cars,” “Dumbo,” “Finding Nemo,” “Bolt.” Last class
be collected. Instructor: Sharon Sayers, Paint-a-Treasure Ceramics         will be a Keepsake Piece for Holiday Decoration. Small fee per class
Cost: $59                     Blackwood Location                           for pieces & supplies ($5-$8 ea.). Fee is for 1 parent & 1 child.
CE.ENR 092-51                 5/9 – 6/20                                   Additional Children will be $10 per child. Instructor: Sharon Sayers,
6 sessions                    M, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
                                                                           Paint-a-Treasure Ceramics
                                                                           Cost: $65                      Blackwood Campus
Basic Photography and                                                      CE.ENR 143-01                  5/7 – 5/28
Presentation                                                               4 sessions                     S, 10-11 a.m.
No matter what camera you use, you can enjoy creating great
                                                                           CE.ENR 144-01                $10 (additional child fee)
images. This class will introduce students to the many exciting areas
of photography. We will review basic camera operation,lighting,
composition and everything you need to take better pictures. We            Introduction to Art Journaling
will also focus on presentation and what to do with all those              This course will introduce you to the concept of art journaling. Art
images. Class assignments, which are optional, will be encouraged          journaling is the creative process of pulling together color, words, and
to help enhance your creative side.                                        images on a page. Art journaling helps you create a journey that
Cost: $55                    Blackwood Location                            takes you through the phases of your life. In the course, we will be
CE.ENR 001-51                6/20 – 8/8                                    making our own journals, discussing different ways to use a journal,
8 sessions                   M, 6:30-8:30 p.m.                             and examining fun techniques to use in your journal for expressing
                                                                           yourself. Everyone has a personal story to journal, whether you wish
                                                                           to honor someone special in your life, heal old wounds, or create
Floral Design                                                              new patterns in your life.
This course will teach students to create actual floral designs.
                                                                           Cost: $75                     Blackwood Location
Students must be prepared to purchase flowers from the instructor
                                                                           CE.ENR 164-51                 5/11 – 7/13
each week to use for the floral creations (approximately $15-$20).
                                                                           10 sessions                   W, 7-9 p.m.
In addition, students will need to bring a knife, wire cutters, and
scissors to each class session.
Cost: $50                    Blackwood Location                            Introduction to Bonsai
CE.ENR 002-51                5/10 – 7/12                                   The art of Bonsai has been practiced by the             NEW
10 sessions                  T, 7:30-9:30 p.m                              Japanese people for hundreds of years. Today,
                                                                           bonsai is an internationally recognized art form with
                                                                           world-renowned artists. Now, you can take a first step in learning the
                                                                           design and care of these picturesque trees. This course will cover bon-
                                                                           sai history, trees, design standards, seasonal care, watering, fertiliz-
                                                                           ing, disease/insect control and tools. You will be provided with your
                                                                           own tree, soil, wire, and pot to begin working on creating your own
                                                                           bonsai. At the conclusion of the class, you will go home with your
                                                                           own bonsai and instructions on caring for your tree.
                                                                           Cost: $150                    Blackwood Location
                                                                           CE.ENR 167-51                 5/10 – 5/31
                                                                           4 sessions                    T, 7-9 p.m.


   DAY ABBREVIATIONS
   M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday,
   R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday



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                                                                               Special Interests
Exploring Landscaping and Gardening The Stand-Up Comedy Workshop
Have you always had the desire to create your own landscaping design        People say “you are funny.” Funny how? Like a clown? How about
around your home or just add the right plants or shrubs for color or fra-   like a stand-up comedian? Ever wonder how stand-up comics can
grance enhancement? This class will focus on the most common types          make a room of people laugh with only a microphone? Always
of landscaping designs and the proper methods of planting. Topics will      wanted to give it a try, but it seemed too scary? Or perhaps you
include plant families, care of plants, bulbs, vines, color schemes, etc.   would you like to improve your confidence, spark your self-esteem,
Students are encouraged to bring a photo or sketch of their property        and gain the ability to speak in front of others? In this course, you
for class discussion in landscaping exploration.                            will learn the secrets that will assist you in the process such as tim-
Cost: $45                     Blackwood Location                            ing, structure and pace. This workshop is excellent for actors looking
CE.ENR 059-51                 5/11 – 6/15                                   to add another craft or people in the professional workplace who
6 sessions                    W, 7-9 p.m.                                   wish to gain public speaking skills as well as people interested in
                                                                            perhaps starting a career in the art of stand-up comedy. Ever wonder
Got An Idea? Develop Your Invention!                                        why many hosts of award events and TV talk shows are stand up
During this course, a Registered Patent Agent introduces you to the         comedians – Letterman, Leno, Ellen DeGeneres, Jamie Foxx, Rosie
patent process and provides you with the needed steps to patent your        O’Donnell, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O’Brian, John
idea. You will learn invention development techniques, how the patent       Stewart. The list goes on. They all have their roots in stand-up come-
process works, tips for safeguarding your idea, patent searching tech-      dy. They all have the confidence to deliver a comic monologue,
niques, guidelines for seeking professional assistance and discuss vari-    “own the room” and “think on their feet.” Vince Valentine, profes-
ous ways to profit from an invention. If you are serious about moving       sional comedian and star of Broadway’s one-person comedy,
forward with an idea of your own, this course is for you!                   “Defending the Caveman” will show you how to write, perform and
Recommended for independent inventors, engineers, scientists, and all       produce stand-up comedy. A book for the course will be recommend-
others interested in learning about the process of obtaining a patent.      ed for purchase at an additional cost.
Cost: $75                     Blackwood Location                            Cost: $85                    Blackwood Location
CE.ENR 153-51                 7/27                                          CE.ENR 004-51                5/2 – 6/27
1 session                     W, 6:30-9:30 p.m.                             8 sessions                   M, 7-9 p.m.

Introduction to Psychic Development
This course will teach you easy to learn concepts to develop your           Real Estate Staging
inner ESP. We will explore altered states of consciousness, psychic         Real estate staging is the art and science of making a home more
energy, universal consciousness, meditative exercises, visualization,       inviting and appealing to potential buyers to assist in selling in
using the senses, and methods of psychic readings.                          today’s challenging market. You will learn the benefits of preparing
Cost: $60                   Blackwood Location                              your home before listing it. Learn coloring, placement, and organiza-
CE.ENR 010-51               5/3 – 7/5                                       tion techniques to highlight the best features of your home. A well
10 sessions                 T, 7-9 p.m.                                     staged home will sell in the shortest time for the highest price.
                                                                            Cost: $25                   Blackwood Campus
                                                                            CE.ENR 148-51               5/3
SELF PROTECTION SYSTEM                                                      1 session                   T, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
(BASIC & INTERMEDIATE)
Developed before Judo and Aikido in 1825, this System of Self               Group Voice Lessons
Protection started a new way to protect yourself and avoid the hurt-        This eight session class will offer voice lessons to individuals in a
ing of others. Relying on the natural weapons of the human body to          group setting. Classes are taught by qualified instructors of the
attack and defend, this System includes a specific Development              Mainstage Center for the Arts.
Theory, which ensures the success of the skills. Interested students        Cost: $150                    Blackwood Campus
can begin their study and complete the training, guided by the exper-       CE.ENR 145-51
tise of a Licensed Teacher - Calvin Lester, Kaicho-Goshinkan. Two           8 sessions
classes are provided for training, practicing, and mastery. Please visit
website, www.goshinryu.net for more information.
                                                                            Configuring a
Basic Self Protection                                                       Home Theater PC
Tuition: $50 plus $25 materials fee Total Cost: $75
Blackwood Location                                                          Watch, pause, and record live TV. Listen to your tunes. Show off
CE.ENR 015-51            5/17 – 7/5                                         your photo collection. Enjoy online entertainment. Play a DVD. And
15 sessions              T, R, 7:30-9 p.m.                                  do it all from your living-room couch. All this is possible with a home
                                                                            theater PC. This course will explain how to select and configure the
Intermediate Self Protection                                                components for building your very own home theater PC.
For all students who have completed the basic skills and are ready to       Cost: $99                     Blackwood Location (Computer Lab)
study the middle and upper level skills.                                    CE.ENR 163-51                 5/17 – 5/31
Tuition: $50 plus $25 materials fee Total Cost: $75                         3 sessions                    T, 6-8 p.m.
Blackwood Location
CE.ENR 016-51              5/17 – 7/5
15 sessions                T, R, 7:30-10 p.m.

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Special Interests
Struggle-Free Parenting:                                                    and improve their relationships. These proven, yet simple techniques
How to get cooperation from your child without losing                       help parents prevent problems before they start, avoid power strug-
your cool!                                                                  gles, and motivate their children to be independent, responsible, and
Is your child strong-willed, defiant, persistent, sensitive, and stub-      respectful, so they can start enjoying their children more and arguing
born, and yet no matter how many times you punish or take away              less!
privileges, it doesn’t seem to work? Does the slightest request turn        Cost: $35                    Blackwood Campus
into an argument? Power struggles are common in families, yet they          CE.ENR 062-51                5/4
                                                                            1 session                    W, 7-9 p.m.
don’t have to be if you know how to avoid them and how to diffuse
them once they start. This seminar teaches parents what to say, how         CE.ENR 062-01                6/4
to say it, and when to say it to get cooperation from their children        1 session                    S, 10 a.m.-12 noon


Dancing for Fun
Join us for fun and relaxation by learning to dance! Each class meets for one hour an evening for. Learn a selection
of the most popular dances found today. Register early; classes fill quickly!
All classes are held on the Blackwood Campus. Cost: $50 per person
Swing/Jitterbug Dancing                                                     Ballroom Dancing for Couples
Whether it be called Lindy, Boogie Woogie or Swing, the Jitterbug is        Should you be “dancing with the stars?” The techniques taught in
still a classic American dance. Jitterbug is done to the music of Big       this course makes learning to dance fun and easy for everyone to
Band, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Country. Learn the timing, basic move-             learn. Whether you are invited to a party, wedding, or getting mar-
ments, turns, and more.                                                     ried yourself, this course will help you to be more comfortable on the
CE.ENR 020-51                6/7 – 6/28                                     dance floor. This course is geared toward those with little or no danc-
                             T, 7-8 p.m.                                    ing experience and will include the basic steps in Fox Trot, Waltz,
CE.ENR 020-52                6/8 – 6/29                                     Tango, Jitterbug, and Latin. Come join the fun.
                             W, 8-9 p.m.                                    Cost: $50 per person
                                                                            CE.ENR105-01                  6/9 – 6/30
Latin Dancing                                                                                             R, 7-8 p.m.
This basic course will introduce you to the steps in Latin dancing. Dance
rhythms will include the Cha Cha, Salsa, Samba, and Merengue.               More Ballroom Dancing for Couples
CE.ENR 021-51                  6/7 – 6/28                                   This course is a continuation of the Ballroom Dancing class or for
                               T, 8-9 p.m.                                  those who have prior experience in Ballroom Dancing. Instruction will
                                                                            continue with additional steps for the Fox Trot, Waltz, and Tango. In
Social Dancing                                                              addition, a latin rhythm will also be introduced.
Be able to dance at any social event. This course is geared toward          CE.ENR 123-51                7/14 – 8/4
those with little or no dancing experience. Our techniques make                                          R, 7-8:30 p.m.
dancing fun and easy to learn. This course will include steps in the
Fox Trot, Waltz, Slow Dancing, Jitterbug, and Latin Rhythms which           Social Dancing for Weddings
will be applied to both classic and current music.                          Whether you are invited to a wedding or getting married yourself,
CE.ENR 018-51                6/8 – 6/29                                     this course will help you to be more comfortable on the dance floor.
                             W, 7-8 p.m.                                    The class will start with the Waltz – the traditional first dance of the
                                                                            bride and groom. The class will then continue by introducing the
Country Line Dancing                                                        techniques of basic slow dancing. In addition, the class will cover the
Country Western line dancing is fun, easy to learn, and partners are        Polka, Electric Slide, and other popular line dances.
not required. Dances will include Tush Push, Cowboy Boogie, Flyin           CE.ENR 025-51                 7/12 – 8/2
8’s, Horsin’ Around, and more. Come and learn the country western                                         T, 7-8 p.m.
standards that never go out of style.
CE.ENR 027-51                6/6 – 6/27                                     More Latin Dancing
                             M, 8-9 p.m.                                    This course will continue your skill with the steps you learned in Latin
                                                                            dancing. Dance rhythms will include the Cha Cha, Salsa, Samba, and
More Country Line Dancing                                                   Merengue.
This course is for those country dancers who crave more line dancing.       CE.ENR 042-51               7/12 – 8/2
Come and learn more of the popular country western line dances:                                         T, 8-9 p.m.
Reggae Cowboy, Swamp Thing, Stetson, Rock It and more plus some
of the other hottest new line dances. If time allows, requests will be
taken to learn personal favorites. Partners are not required.
CE.ENR 028-51                7/11 – 8/1
                             M, 7-8 p.m.

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                                                                                 Dancing for Fun
More Social Dancing                                                          Shake just to name a few. If you want to learn to dance like those
This course is designated for those who have already taken the               you see on television, come join us for this exciting class.
Introduction to Social Dancing course. In this class, you will learn         CE.ENR 095-51              5/5 – 6/2
additional movements in the Fox Trot, Waltz, Cha Cha, Slow Dancing                                      R, 7-8 p.m.
and Jitterbug.
CE.ENR 019-51               7/13 – 8/3                                       Moving to Latin Rhythms
                            W, 7-8 p.m.                                      The class is a fun and easy way to dance and get exercise at the same
                                                                             time. It is not aerobics but is an exciting class combining steps to Salsa,
Intermediate Swing/Jitterbug                                                 Merengue, and other popular dance rhythms. The movements are sim-
This course is a continuation of the beginning Swing class. In this          ple enough for beginners, older adults, and those who have never taken
class, you will learn additional moves such as the Pretzel, Tunnel,          a dance or exercise class before. Each class will include a warm up,
Lindy Wheel and more. Note: Completion of Swing/Jitterbug is                 learning simple dance steps, and then applying them to music.
required before taking this class.                                           CE.ENR 120-01                   6/6 – 6/27
CE.ENR 033-51                 7/13 – 8/3                                                                     M, 7-8 p.m.
                              W, 8-9 p.m.
                                                                             Intermediate Latin Rhythms                                     NEW
Soul Line Dancing                                                            This course is a continuation of the Moving to the
This course is designed for those who want to have fun and learn to          Latin Rhythms course. We will learn additional steps to
line dance to music such as R & B, Hip-Hop and Oldies. Students will         both the Merengue and the Salsa. Partners are not required.
learn the Marvin Gaye walk, Lady Soul, Booty Call, and the LR                CE.ENR 166-51                7/11 – 8/1
                                                                                                          M, 8-9 p.m.



                                                                                 College for Kids
SPECIAL INTERESTS & ARTS                                                     games, and light note taking. This course is a fun and gentle, but
                                                                             effective, introduction to a foreign language. No prior experience
Introduction to Drawing (Ages 7-9)                                           with the language is needed. Students will need to bring a pencil or
In this fun and challenging class, children will develop skills to utilize   pen and a small notebook.
a variety of drawing techniques and basic composition while experi-          Cost: $59                     Blackwood Location
menting with different media. Individual attention will be empha-            CE.CLD 005-01                 4/30 – 6/11
sized with each student to develop drawing skills. Supplies such as          6 sessions                    S, 9-10:30 a.m.
colored pencils, charcoal, markers and drawing paper will need to be
purchased by students. The instructor will provide a short list of these     Spanish for Kids (Ages 8-11)
materials to students at the first class.                                    Introduce your child to the Spanish language and culture through a
Cost: $50                    Blackwood Location                              fun program that will assist in developing a basic understanding of
CE.CLD 014-01                5/7 – 6/18                                      the language. Students will learn through repetition, basic conversa-
6 sessions                   S, 9:30-11 a.m.                                 tion, games, and light note taking. This course is a fun and gentle,
OR                                                                           but effective, introduction to a foreign language. No prior experience
CE.CLD 014-02                6/25 – 8/6                                      with the Spanish language is needed. Students will need to bring a
6 sessions                   S, 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
                                                                             pencil or pen and a small notebook.
                                                                             Cost: $59                     Blackwood Location
Intermediate Drawing (Ages 7-9)                                              CE.CLD 013-01                 4/30 – 6/11
Students should complete Introduction to Drawing or have developed           6 sessions                    S, 9-10:30 a.m.
drawing skills prior to enrolling in this intermediate class. In this fun
and challenging class, children will continue to refine their skills using   Family “Paint-your-Own” Ceramics -
the drawing techniques and basic composition learned in the beginning
class. Individual attention will be emphasized with each student to
                                                                             Celebrate Disney
                                                                             Be creative together painting fun & easy ceramic pieces, using non-
advance on the development of their drawing skills and techniques.
                                                                             toxic acrylic paints. No firing required – take home after each class!
Supplies such as colored pencils, charcoal, markers and drawing paper
                                                                             Projects Celebrating Movies: “High School Musical,” “Monsters
will need to be purchased by students. The instructor will provide a
                                                                             vs. Aliens,” “Cars,” “Dumbo,” “Finding Nemo,” “Bolt.” Last class
short list of these materials to students at the first class.
Cost: $50                       Blackwood Location                           will be a Keepsake Piece for Holiday Decoration. Small fee per class
CE.CLD 024-01                   6/25 – 8/6                                   for pieces & supplies ($5-$8 ea.). Fee is for 1 parent & 1 child.
6 sessions                      S, 9:30-11 a.m.                              Additional Children will be $10 per child. Instructor: Sharon Sayers,
                                                                             Paint-a-Treasure Ceramics
                                                                             Cost: $65                      Blackwood Campus
French for Kids (Ages 8-11)                                                  CE.ENR 143-01                  5/7 – 5/28
Introduce your child to the French language and culture through a fun
                                                                             4 sessions                     S, 10 – 11 a.m.
program that will assist in developing a basic understanding of the
language. Students will learn through repetition, basic conversation,        CE.ENR 144-01                 $10 (additional child fee)
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                                                                 Kevin G. Halpern, Chair                             Permit No. 267
                                                              Sandee G. Vogelson, Vice Chair
                                                                Hazel T. Nimmo, Secretary                          ECRWSS
                                                              Louis F. Cappelli, Sr., Treasurer
                                                                   Annette Castiglione
                                                                       Susan R. Croll
Summer ’11                                                         Steven J. Greenfogel
                                                                    Anthony J. Maressa
Credit & Non-Credit                                                   Wilbert Mitchell
                                                                                                  Postal Patron
Schedule of Classes                                                Margaret J. Nicolosi
                                                                  Helen Albright Troxell
                                                             Elaine Hansom, Alumna Trustee
For information call
toll-free 1-888-228-2466                              Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders
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or visit www.camdencc.edu                                  Edward T. McDonnell, Deputy Director
                                                                     Riletta L. Cream
• Aviation Summer Camp – p. 29                                       Rodney A. Greco
• Mainstage Summer Stage – p. 30                                      Ian K. Leonard
                                                                      Jeffrey L. Nash
• Weichert Real Estate School – p. 66                             Carmen G. Rodriquez
• Solar Panel Pre-construction Training – p. 68
• Businesses – Train Your Employees for Free – p.70
• Customized Business Training – p. 80
• English as a Second Language – p. 89

								
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