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Class Schedule
 Spring 2007                                                                                Class Schedule                                Manchester Community College



Table of Contents
Important Telephone Numbers ................................................. 3                     Special Programs & Student Services .............................. 14-18
                                                                                                        Athletics
Spring 2007 Calendar .............................................................. 3                       Fitness Center
                                                                                                        AVT Courses
New & Transfer Student Admission Information........................ 4
                                                                                                        Bookstore
Financial Aid .......................................................................... 5-6            Child Development Center
                                                                                                        College Learning Center (CLC)
Veterans Affairs ........................................................................ 6             Cooperative Education/Work Experience
                                                                                                        High School Partnership
Assessment Tests ..................................................................... 7                Home Schooled Students
                                                                                                        Honors Program
Counseling & Academic Advising ............................................. 8
                                                                                                        Hybrid and Online Courses
Registration for Continuing Students .................................... 8-9                           International Student Enrollment
                                                                                                        Library
Late Registration ...................................................................... 9              MCC Catalog
                                                                                                        Open Computer Labs
Add/Drop .................................................................................. 9           Transitional Programs
                                                                                                            AIT (Adults in Transition)
Registration & Records General Information .................... 10-11
                                                                                                            ASP (Academic Success Program)
Tuition, Fees & Refunds (General Fund) .......................... 11-12                                     STARS (Summer Training & Academic Retention Services)
      Refund & Cancellation Policies
                                                                                                    Admissions Application Form & Curriculum Codes ........... 19-20
Tuition, Fees & Refunds (Weekend College) ...................... 13-14
                                                                                                    Immunization Verification Certificate ...................................... 21
      Refund & Cancellation Policies
                                                                                                    Campus Map & Directions ................................................. 22-23

                                                                                                    How to Read the Course Schedule ........................................ 24

                                                                                                    Spring 2007 Course Listings ............................................. 25-59
                                                                                                         Evening Courses ....................................................... 52-54
                                                                                                         Hybrid and Online Courses ....................................... 55-57
                                                                                                         Weekend College Courses ........................................ 58-59

                                                                                                    Course Descriptions .......................................................... 60-86

                                                                                                    Class Registration Form ......................................................... 87




MCC is committed to access and equal opportunity. Should you require
special accommodations in order to participate in any of the programs
offered, please contact Services for Students with Disabilities at (860)
512-3332. Alternative formats of this material may be provided upon
request.

MCC does not discriminate against any individual on the grounds of race,
color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, po-
litical beliefs, learning or physical or mental or emotional disability, marital
or veteran status, or prior conviction of a crime. The College reserves
the right to make any necessary changes in the information listed in this
publication. October 06/13M/PR.




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Important                                                                                     Important Dates for
Telephone Numbers                                                                             MCC Students
This schedule provides answers to many commonly asked ques-                                      Spring 2007 Calendar
tions. For more information, please use the telephone numbers
listed below.                                                                                 Dec. 13           Tuition due for Spring 2007
                                                                                              Jan. 5            Weekend College Session 3 begins
Academic Advising Center ...................................860-512-3320
Academic Offices                                                                              Jan. 15           Martin Luther King Day (College closed)
     Center for Business & Technologies .............860-512-2623                             Jan. 17           Last Day to drop classes and receive a full
     Liberal Arts ...................................................860-512-2663                               tuition refund
     Mathematics, Science & Health Careers .....860-512-2703
     Social Sciences & Hospitality .......................860-512-2753                        Jan. 17           Senior Citizen/Cross-Registration Day
Admissions ...........................................................860-512-3210            Jan. 18           Spring Classes Begin
     Catalog Request ...........................................860-512-3210
                                                                                              Jan. 24           Last Day to add classes
     International Students .................................860-512-3205
     New Student Information ..............................860-512-3210                       Jan. 31           Last day to drop classes and receive 50%
     Transcript Evaluation ................................... 860-512-3214                                     tuition reimbursement
Adults in Transition (AIT) .......................................860-512-3343                Feb. 12           Lincoln's Birthday (College closed)
                                                                          860-512-3344
Athletics & Fitness ................................................860-512-3353              Feb. 15           Last day to use audit option
Bookstore .............................................................860-645-3140           Feb. 16           Weekend College Session 4 begins
Cashiers ...............................................................860-512-3637          Feb. 22           Washington's Birthday (no classes,
College Learning Center &                                                                                       College open)
     Assessment Testing ......................................860-512-3303
                                                                                              March 1           Last day to apply for May 2007 graduation
Continuing Education ..........................................860-512-2800
Cooperative Education .........................................860-512-3312                   March 19          Spring Recess Begins (no classes)
Counseling Center ................................................860-512-3320                March 26          Spring Recess Ends (classes resume)
Financial Aid ........................................................860-512-3380            March 26          Last day to make up incomplete grades
Library ..................................................................860-512-3420
                                                                                              March 30          Weekend College Session 5 begins
Registrar’s Office .................................................860-512-3220
     Enrollment Verification ..................................860-512-3220                   April 4           Last day to withdraw from classes without
     Immunization Information .............................860-512-3233                                         academic penalty
     MCC Transcripts ...........................................860-512-3237                  April 6           Spring Holiday Weekend Begins
STARS ..................................................................860-512-3344                            (no classes, College closed)
                                                                          860-512-3224
                                                                                              May 7             Last day of Classes
Student Activities ..................................................860-512-3283
Student Affairs ......................................................860-512-3203            May 8             Reading Day
                                                                          860-512-3204        May 9-15          Final Exams
Veterans Affairs ...................................................860-512-3362
                                                                                              May 24            Commencement, Class of 2007
For more information ............................................860-512-3000


                                                                                              "College closed” means that no classes will be held and no College
     Closings Due To Weather ........... 860-512-3000                                         services will be available.
                                                                                              The “no classes” dates do not apply to Continuing Education Classes. Start
                                                                                              and end dates vary for Continuing Education non-credit courses. Please
                                                                                              check Continuing Education course catalogs.


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New & Transfer Student                                                            How do I apply for financial aid?
                                                                                  New students applying for financial aid should:

Admissions Information                                                            1. Complete the FAFSA form on the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov or pick up
                                                                                     a FAFSA form in the Financial Aid Office and mail it in the envelope
                                                                                     provided at least six weeks prior to the start of the semester.
Information Sessions & Tour
                                                                                  2. Complete the admissions process.
Information sessions are held once a month for potential students, parents
and friends. The sessions are held on the first Tuesday of each month in          3. Call the Financial Aid Office at 860-512-3380 for more information.
Learning Resource Center A108 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Information from the
Admissions Office and the Financial Aid Office is provided, along with a          I am interested in a health career, what should I do?
tour of the campus. Registration is not necessary. For more information,          Students interested in any of the health career programs must fill out a
please call 860-512-3213.                                                         Health Career Program Application in addition to the New Student Ap-
                                                                                  plication. There is no fee for the Health Careers Program Application. Ap-
How do I apply for admission?                                                     plication packets are available in the Admissions or Health Career offices.
1. Complete and submit an MCC Admissions Application and submit a                 For more information, call the Mathematics, Science and Health Careers
   $20 non-refundable application fee. The application form is on pages           Office at 860-512-2703 or the Admissions Office at 860-512-3210.
   19-20.
2. Submit official proof of high school completion, GED or college                How do I transfer my college credits from other
   graduation, to be accepted into a degree program at MCC.                       colleges to MCC?
3. Submit proof of measles and rubella immunization as defined on                 Transcripts will be evaluated from another institution when:
   page 21.
                                                                                  1. MCC admissions application requirements are met.
4. New and transfer students may apply online beginning Oct. 15 until
                                                                                  2. The student has registered for classes at MCC.
   Dec. 31. Students must pay the $20 admission fee using a Visa or
   MasterCard at the time of their web application. For further informa-          3. The MCC Admissions Office receives an evaluation request form and
   tion refer to www.mcc.commnet.edu/admissions                                      an official transcript from the student’s previous college(s).
International students should contact Joe Mesquita at 860-512-
3205 for information regarding F-1 student visas. (See page 17.)                                                 Admissions Office
                                                                                                             Lowe Building, room L156
                                                                                                           860-512-3210, fax 860-512-3221


    ☛             Admissions applications should be
                  completed by January 11, 2007.
     Applying after January 11, 2007 may limit assessment
                                                                                    Regular Hours
                                                                                    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday......................8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                                                    Tuesday .........................................................8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
                                                                                    Friday .............................................................8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
     testing, opportunities for advising, and course availabil-                     Extended Hours
     ity. Registration for new students will begin November 22,                     Saturday, January 6 ....................................... 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
     2007. New students will be admitted and will be able to reg-                   Saturday, January 13 ..................................... 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
     ister (on a space-available basis) for classes until 7 p.m. on
     Wednesday, January 17, 2007.                                                   Special Hours
                                                                                    Tuesday, January 16 ...................................... 1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
                                                                                    Wednesday, January 17 ................................ 1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Do I have to be a Connecticut resident?                                                                CLOSED on the following days:
If you wish to receive the in-state tuition rate, students are required to                      Nov. 23, Dec. 25, Jan. 1, Jan. 15, Feb. 12, Apr. 6
show proof of in-state residency for a period of one full year, prior to the                              For more information, visit
date of the first class of the semester.                                                             www.mcc.commnet.edu/admissions
Is there a program for students returning to college
after an extended absence?
Adult students returning to school after an extended absence should
consider the Adults in Transition Program. See page 18 for more infor-
mation on the AIT program.
                                                                                     ☛               WHY APPLY AND REGISTER EARLY?
                                                                                         1. Assessment testing available
                                                                                         2. Best selection of classes and class times
Is there daycare available for students with children?
For an additional cost, there is a licensed pre-school program for 3- and
                                                                                         3. Shorter wait lines
4-year-olds available on campus. For registration dates and child eligi-                 4. Assistance is available from Academic
bility requirements, see “Child Development Center” on page 16.
                                                                                            Advising


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Financial Aid                                                                        Students must notify the Financial Aid Office of any change in enrollment
                                                                                     status.

Lowe Building, room L131 & room L127                                                 Audited courses cannot be covered by financial aid and could put a stu-
                                                                                     dent in a repayment situation.
Purpose
The Financial Aid Program at Manchester Community College is designed                Deferment of Tuition
to provide access for as many eligible students as current funding will allow.       At the time of registration, ALL students are required to pay their fees.
The prime objective of the program is to meet the basic expenses of tuition          Students who have met all the necessary requirements by May 15 for the
and fees. Work-study jobs, as well as loans, are available to more fully meet        fall semester and October 1 for the spring semester will be eligible for a
college expenses.                                                                    conditional deferment of their tuition.
                                                                                     A student who is entitled to a deferment of tuition will not be required
Basic Eligibility Criteria                                                           to pay by the tuition due date. The student and the Cashier's Office will
To be eligible for financial aid, a student must:                                    be notified just before the tuition due date that the student is eligible for
                                                                                     financial aid and that any tuition due the college can be deducted from
•   Be a citizen or eligible non-citizen of the United States.
                                                                                     the financial aid award.
•   Be enrolled in a degree or certificate program. In order to be enrolled
                                                                                     Under certain conditions, students may have to pay the amount due at a
    in a degree or approved certificate program, students must provide
                                                                                     later date. These conditions include, but are not limited to:
    proof of high school graduation or GED and have immunizations for two
    measles and one rubella inoculation on file in the Registrar’s Office.           •   Failure to respond in a timely manner to MCC’s requests for missing
•   Be registered with Selective Service, if a male.                                     information.
•   Be in academic good standing and maintaining satisfactory progress               •   Withdrawal from any or all courses.
    according to federal regulations that require completion of 66% of at-           •   Unsatisfactory academic standing.
    tempted courses and GPA as stated in the MCC Catalog.
                                                                                     •   A final review of the admissions application that results in a student
• Have attempted fewer than 90 credits.                                                  not being eligible for aid.

How to Apply                                                                         •   A final enrollment status of less than half-time for a student without
                                                                                         maximum Pell eligibility.
Students should apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. FAFSA applications are
                                                                                     •   Already exhausted Pell eligibility due to attendance in another college.
also available in the Financial Aid Office. It is strongly recommended that
students apply online.
Also, students must submit any information requested by the Financial                        ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO PAY
Aid Office when they are selected for verification. Be prepared to provide               THE COLLEGE SERVICE FEE, STUDENT ACTIVITY
copies of W2 forms and income tax return forms.
                                                                                            FEE, AND ALL MANDATORY USAGE FEES
Forms and flyers on how to apply electronically are available in the Finan-                     AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION.
cial Aid Office.                                                                           TUITION DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 13, 2006.
When to Apply (must complete FAFSA every year)
Apply as soon as possible after January 1; continuing and new students
must apply for the next academic year. Students are advised to complete
                                                                                     Student Loans
their previous year’s tax return before starting the FAFSA.                          •   Students are advised to wait for a complete review of their eligibility
                                                                                         for other forms of financial aid before submitting loan applications.
Deadlines                                                                            •   Students who are applying for a loan must also complete the above
•   Priority is given to early and accurate financial aid applicants.                    application process.
•   To ensure timely consideration, students should have the completed               •   Students must be enrolled at least half-time (6-8 credits) to apply for
    paperwork on file in the Financial Aid Office by May 15 for the fall se-             a loan.
    mester, October 1 for the spring semester, and April 1 for the summer            •   Students must complete an entrance interview at the Financial Aid
    session.                                                                             Office per federal regulation.
•   After these dates, applications will be processed on a rolling basis             •   Loan applications are available at the Financial Aid Office. This ap-
    throughout the year and funding may be available on a limited basis.                 plication should be returned to the Financial Aid Office.
•   For the summer session, students must have a summer MCC in-house                 •   The deadline for submission of loan applications to the Financial
    application on file at the Financial Aid Office by April 1. Only classes that        Aid Office for the spring semester is April 1. The deadline for the fall
    begin before June 15 will be covered by Financial Aid unless student                 semester is October 1.
    has remaining Pell eligibility. See the Summer Continuing Education
    Credit Catalog for more details.                                                 •   Enrollment must be verified before a loan is disbursed.




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•     Students who are on probation or who have attempted 90 credits or                      National Guard Tuition Waiver
      more will not be eligible for a loan.                                                  Students may verify their eligibility for the tuition waiver by:
Book Purchases                                                                               1. Registering for courses
Students who receive financial aid in excess of the amount due for tuition                   2. Confirming that a “letter of good standing” is on file in the Veterans
will be able to charge their books through their financial aid account.                         Affairs Office each semester prior to registration
Students must be enrolled in classes and must authorize the use of the
excess funds to be applied for book expenses. Visit the Financial Aid                        Upon completion of the above, students receiving a tuition waiver must
Office or the Bookstore to learn about book credits.                                         have their registration stamped by the Veterans Affairs Office and bring
                                                                                             the stamped copy to the Cashiers window.
Title IV Book Credit Dates for Spring 2007:
Start Date: Monday, January 8, 2007 (10 days before start of classes)                        VA Monthly Educational Benefits
End Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 (last day to return books)                             Students who receive monthly benefit payments must:
                                                                                             1. Register for classes and bring their schedule/bill to the Veterans Affairs
Federal Financial Aid: Policy for Return of Title IV Funds                                      Office.
1. Any student who withdraws from classes and is receiving student                           2. Submit a completed application for V.A. Benefits (VA form 1990),
   financial assistance under the Federal Title IV Programs is subject to                       N.O.B.E. and/or DD214 to the office in order to be processed to
   a calculation that determines the amount of cash disbursement that                           receive educational assistance from the Veterans Administration.
   a student may be required to pay back to the College or to the federal
   government.                                                                               3. Officially declare a major in the Registrar’s Office during their first
                                                                                                semester in order to receive monthly benefits. If students change their
2. In addition, students who withdraw from a program may be entitled to                         major, they must notify the Veteran Affairs Office. This may affect their
   a refund credit even if they completely withdraw from their program.                         educational benefits through the Veterans Administration.
3. Students who do not officially withdraw and do not pass any of their                      4. Notify the Veterans Affairs Office immediately of any changes in
   classes will have to verify that they attended. If attendance in at least                    their enrollment status. Veterans are required to sign in once a
   one class cannot be verified, a portion or all of the Title IV funds must                    month beginning on the 10th through the 20th. A sign-in sheet is
   be returned.                                                                                 located in the Veterans Affairs Office in the Lowe Building, room
More information regarding the return of Title IV Funds can be found in the                     L131. Failure to sign in between the 10th and 20th will result in
MCC College Catalog as well as in the MCC Financial Aid Handbook.                               cancellation of benefits. Students should be aware that a reduction
                                                                                                in academic course load as a result of a withdrawal from class, or an
                                                                                                incomplete or audit grade, might result in a retroactive reduction in
                       Financial Aid Office Hours                                                benefits, as well as a personal repayment responsibility on the part
                           Lowe Building, room L131                                             of the veteran.
         Monday, Wednesday, Thursday                                                         5. Students must verify their enrollment at the end of each month with
         and Friday .......................................... 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.              the RPO in Buffalo, NY. This can be done by calling 1-877-823-2378
         Tuesday ............................................. 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.              or by visiting www.gibill.va.gov and clicking on the link for WAVE.
                  For more information, call 860-512-3380.                                   6. Courses must apply directly to the student’s degree program and
                                                                                                cannot be a repeated course taken at MCC or any other institution.
                                                                                             7. The Veterans Administration requires institutions to indicate the amount
                                                                                                of credit granted for veterans' prior education or training within 30 days
Veterans Affairs                                                                                of enrollment.Therefore, students who have attended other schools or
                                                                                                colleges must arrange to have copies of transcripts sent to the MCC
Lowe Building, room L131g                                                                       Admissions Office as soon as possible.
New students eligible to receive veteran benefits must contact the Veter-                    8. Transfer VA students must complete the 1995 form in order to receive
ans Affairs Office to be approved for registration. Students must apply for                     benefits.
benefits by filling out the VA22-1990 form available in the Veterans Affairs
Office or online at www.gibill.va.gov.
                                                                                                                 Veterans Affairs Office Hours
TUITION WAIVERS APPLY ONLY TO GENERAL FUND COURSES IN                                                             Lowe Building, room L131g
THE SPRING AND FALL SEMESTERS. Courses that are NOT covered
include Weekend College, summer credit, winter intersession credit,                                   Monday, Wednesday, Thursday .........10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
and all credit-free courses available through the Division of Continuing                              Tuesday .............................................10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Education.                                                                                            Friday ................................................closed
                                                                                                                  For more information regarding
Connecticut State Tuition Waiver                                                                             veteran benefits, please call 860-512-3362.
Students may verify their eligibility for the tuition waiver by:
1. Registering for courses
2. Submitting a completed DD214 form to the Veterans Affairs Office



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Assessment Tests                                                                   Testing conducted in January is done on a walk-in basis according to
                                                                                   posted test times and dates:
All students must take the assessment test unless they meet the cri-               Dates             Times                      Location
teria listed under exemptions.                                                     January 2         9:30 a.m.                  L105
Students must apply for admission to MCC before taking the assess-                 January 3         5:30 p.m.                  L105
ment test. English and math tests are given to assure that students have           January 4        12:00 p.m.                  L105
adequate preparation for college-level courses. Test results are used by           January 6         9:00 a.m. & 12:00 p.m.     L105
advisors to help students register for appropriate courses. Testing must be        January 8        12:00 p.m.                  L105
completed prior to registration. Testing begins promptly at the designated         January 10        9:30 a.m.                  L105
times; no one is allowed into the testing room after testing has begun.            January 11        5:30 p.m.                  L105
Space is limited to 24 students for each testing session. Students should          January 16        1:00 p.m.                  L105
arrive 20 minutes before testing begins and must bring their Banner stu-
dent ID number. Testing takes approximately three hours; students must             Returning Students Assessment Testing Dates
take the entire test in one seating. Retesting for English placement is not
allowed for students who have entered the writing sequence.                        Assessment testing for returning and continuing students is available on a
                                                                                   walk-in basis on the following dates:
Students must bring their Banner ID number on the day of the test.
                                                                                   Dates              Times                     Location
Exemptions:                                                                        November 4         9:30 a.m.                 L105
Test exemption forms are available in and approved through the Admis-              November 7         9:30 a.m. & 12:30 p.m.    L105
sions Office, room L156 and are granted for:                                       November 10        9:30 a.m.                 L105
a. Completion of college English Composition or college Mathematics                November 27        5:30 p.m.                 L105
   course with a grade of “C” or better. A copy of the college transcript/grade    December 2         9:30 a.m.                 L105
   report is required for verification.                                            December 21        9:30 a.m.                 L105
b. Achieving a score of 500 or above on the critical reading (formerly             Students must bring their Banner Student ID to the test session.
   known as the verbal) portion of the SAT exam makes a student eligible
   for ENG* 101. A copy of the score is required for verification.                 For additional information about testing, please consult the MCC website
c. Achieving a score of 500 or above on the math portion of the SAT exam           (www.mcc.commnet.edu) for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about
   makes a student eligible for MAT* 109 or MAT* 138. A copy of the score          the test and Sample Test Questions or call the Test Administrator at 860-
   is required for verification.                                                   512-3304.
d. Students age 62 or older have the option of taking or not taking the
   assessment tests.
For partial testing—Mathematics only or English only—the approved ex-
emption form must be presented to the test administrator before testing. To
register for courses, the approved test exemption form must be presented
during registration. For more information about exemptions, call the Admis-
sions Office at 860-512-3210. The exemption form is available in the Admis-
sions Office and can also be located on the web at www.mcc.commnet.edu
in the Form Depot.

New & Transfer Student Assessment Testing Dates
Assessment testing for new students is conducted by appointment only.
Students need to log onto the MCC website www.mcc.commnet.edu.
Select Admissions then Assessment Testing to schedule an appointment.
Students must have applied to the College prior to scheduling this
appointment and must have their Banner student ID number when making
the test appointment. Testing, by appointment, will be conducted on a
weekly basis starting in November and continuing through mid-January.




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Counseling & Academic                                                              Registration
Advising                                                                           For Continuing Students
Lowe Building, room L108                                                           Beginning on October 25, 2006, continuing students who are currently
                                                                                   enrolled in classes have the opportunity to register early via the web for
The staff in the Counseling/Academic Advising Centers provides aca-                Spring 2007. Beginning November 22, 2006, all students may register
demic advising, transfer advising, career counseling, as well as help with         either in person, online, by mail, or by fax. Registrations may be completed
personal concerns. Call 860-512-3320 or stop by during office hours to             by mail or fax until January 5. Fax to 512-3221. In-person registration will
make an appointment.                                                               continue until late registration on January 17. Registration by any method
                                                                                   must be accompanied by payment of fees. Registrations sent without
          Counseling/Academic Advising Centers                                     fees will not be processed. The balance of tuition is due on or before
                      Office Hours                                                  December 13. Students who have not paid by December 13 may have
                                                                                   their classes canceled and their registration will be voided.
                     (Hours are subject to change.)
         Monday-Thursday                          8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
         Friday                                   8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.                    Potential graduates should register at their
                                                                                      earliest convenience to ensure course availability.
                         Semester Break Hours
                 December 26, 2006 - January 23, 2007
                                                                                   When Registering for Classes:
         Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
                                                                                   1. Students are encouraged to meet with an Academic Advisor or Program
         and Friday                               8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                                                      Coordinator before their registration to discuss appropriate course
         Tuesday                                  8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
                                                                                      selections.
                              Late Advising Hours                                  2. Payment of College Service Fees and Student Activity Fees must
                                                                                      accompany the registration form. Payment may be made with credit
         Tuesday, January 16, 2007                1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.                 card (MasterCard or Visa), check or company voucher. Cash will be
         Wednesday, January 17, 2007              1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.                 accepted at the Cashier’s Office. The balance of tuition is due on or
                                                                                      before December 13, 2006.
             Advisor Offices: Lowe Building, room L108
           For more information, please call 860-512-3320                          3. Avoid registration problems! Registrations will be returned unprocessed
                                                                                      by mail if problems are encountered during processing. Problems that
                                                                                      may cause a returned registration are:
Returning Student Advising Weeks:                                                      • Incomplete immunization record
Monday, October 23-Tuesday, November 21 and                                            • Filled classes
Monday, November 27-Thursday, November 30                                              • Course conflicts
Students are encouraged to meet with faculty members from their designated             • Missing prerequisites/assessment test scores
programs during Advising Weeks (October 23-November 30). Sign-up sheets                • Unpaid financial obligations
will be posted on faculty offices with the dates and times they will be avail-
able to meet with students to ensure the appropriate courses are selected.             • Lack of payment of fees
Students can also make appointments in the Counseling Center, L108.
                                                                                   Online Registration Begins October 25, 2006
Students are to bring a copy of their MCC transcript to appointments.
Transcripts can be printed from the Banner Web for Students website (www.          Log on to www.online.commnet.edu
online.commnet.edu) or obtained from the Counseling Center. Curriculum             • Click on “Login”
sheets are available in the Counseling Center. It is critical for students to
                                                                                   • Enter your User ID/Banner ID, which is “@” followed by your eight-digit
meet with faculty advisers to ensure they are meeting program requirements
                                                                                      ID number
and are able to register early for classes that may have limited seating.
                                                                                   • Enter your PIN or Password—your initial PIN number is your date of
Returning students without an assigned faculty advisor may make an                    birth entered as “mmddyy”. You will be prompted to change your PIN
appointment in Counseling up to November 22 or may participate in a                   when you log in. Your next log in will require you to remember what you
Walk-In Advising Session beginning November 27. A list of Walk-In dates               changed your PIN to at this time.
will be available in the Counseling Center.
                                                                                   • Select “Manchester CC”
                                                                                   • Follow instructions for registration and payment
                                                                                   Notes: Choose your courses in advance and have the correct CRN number(s)
                                                                                   handy. Make sure to save your registration before exiting the site. Call 860-
                                                                                   512-3220 with questions.



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Manchester Community College                                              Class Schedule                                                                  Spring 2007


Students are responsible for classes designated as web registration in the
Banner system. Students may have their PIN reset at the Registrar’s Office.       Add/Drop
For security purposes, a picture ID is required to reset PINs.
                                                                                  Registrar’s Office, room L157, Lowe Building
To reset your PIN you must bring a picture ID to the Registrar’s Office
                                                                                  Students registered for Spring 2007 may add or drop courses from their
or fax with a clear picture of your ID with a written request to have your
                                                                                  schedule beginning November 22. Add/Drop forms are available from
PIN reset. The Reset PIN forms are available on the MCC website.
                                                                                  the Registrar’s Office. Add/Drop can be done in person during regularly
                                                                                  scheduled office hours, by fax or by mail. Online registration may be done
In-Person, Mail or Fax Registration                                               24 hours a day at www.online.commnet.edu.
Begins November 22, 2006
1. For in-person registrations, a copy of your schedule and fee bill can be       Mail or Fax Add/Drop
   picked up at the Cashier's Office.                                             Add/Drop by mail or fax begins November 22, 2006 and will not be ac-
2. For faxed and mailed forms, a schedule will be mailed once your reg-           cepted after January 5, 2007. Please see page 12 for General Fund
   istration and payment has been processed. You can also confirm your            Refund Policy.
   Spring 2007 schedule and payment information online by logging on
   to www.online.commnet.edu. Click the small rectangle that says “view
   schedule” to print registered classes.                                         Online or In-Person Add/Drop
3. Payment of College Service Fees and Student Activity Fees must                 Add/Drop begins Wednesday, November 22, 2006. The last day to add
   accompany a registration form. Payment may be made with credit                 classes is Wednesday, January 17, 2007. The last day to drop a course
   card (MasterCard or Visa), check or company voucher. Cash will be              and receive 50% tuition reimbursement is Wednesday, January 31, 2007.
   accepted at the Cashier’s Office. The balance of tuition is due on or          Online add/drop will end on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 and fax or mail
   before December 13, 2006.                                                      Add/Drop requests will not be processed after Friday, January 5, 2007.

Faxed or mailed registrations will not be accepted after January 5. Registra-     For In-Person Add/Drop:
tions must be done online or in-person after that date.                           •   Complete the Add/Drop Request Form available in the Registrar’s Of-
                                                                                      fice.
                                                                                  •   The Registrar’s Office will adjust the schedule according to course
                                                                                      availability.
                                                                                  •   Additional tuition and fee payments must be made at this time.

                                                                                  Students may continue to drop courses until January 31, 2007 and receive
                                                                                  a partial refund. Please review refund policies on page 12.

Late Registration                                                                 The addition of a Weekend College course to a full-time general fund load
                                                                                  will require payment of an additional credit fee. See page 13 for Extension
                                                                                  Fund Refund Policy.
Tuesday, January 16, 1:00-7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 17, 1:00-7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                             Registrar’s Office Hours
Students who have not yet registered for Spring 2007 classes may register                                      Lowe Building, room L157
during the hours listed above. Students must register in-person or online                                     (Hours are subject to change)
on these dates. No fax or mail registration will be accepted at this time.
                                                                                      Monday, Wednesday, Thursday ............... 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Payment of fees and tuition are due upon course registration. Students are
                                                                                      Tuesday .................................................... 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
strongly encouraged to register before these dates, as the period is typically
                                                                                      Friday ....................................................... 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
characterized by limited class availability and long lines.
                                                                                      Saturday ................................................... 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Students requiring class schedule copies and course history information                          The Registrar’s Office will be CLOSED ON
are encouraged to go online to www.online.commnet.edu to obtain this                   Nov. 23, Nov. 25, Dec. 25, Jan. 1, Jan. 15, Feb. 12, Apr. 6, Apr. 7
information.

                                                                                                                     SPECIAL HOURS

                                                                                      Tuesday, January 16 .....................................1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
                                                                                      Wednesday, January 17 ................................1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

                                                                                                         Hours are subject to change.
                                                                                                  For more information regarding registration,
                                                                                               please call the Registrar’s Office at 860-512-3220.




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Registration & Records                                                                4. A $42.00 nonrefundable graduation fee for each degree/certificate must
                                                                                         accompany the application and be paid at the Cashier’s Office.

General Information
                                                                                      5. The student’s program of study (curriculum) will be verified by the
                                                                                         Registrar’s Office to ensure all graduation requirements are met.
                                                                                      6. There will be one commencement ceremony in the spring of each year.
Audit                                                                                    Both December and May graduates may participate. (See MCC Student
An audit status allows students not wishing credit to sit in on a course.                Handbook for more details.)
In order to register as an “Audit” student, the prospective student must              7. Students who are short four or fewer credits to meet the graduation
meet all College and course requirements, such as being a high school                    requirements for May 2007 can request, by March 31, 2007, special
graduate and meeting all prerequisite requirements. This status allows                   permission to participate in the commencement ceremony.
students to participate in class activities without being required to meet the
                                                                                      8. According to the Board of Trustees Policy Manual, any student who wishes
examination requirements of the course. Students may ask to have papers
                                                                                         to earn more than two degrees must get the approval of the Academic
and other work critiqued, but faculty members are not required to grade
                                                                                         Dean. Any student who wishes to apply for a third (or more) degree
an auditor’s course work. A student may not register as an “audit” student
                                                                                         should petition the Academic Dean and each case will be reviewed on
until after registration has ended and students wishing to take the course
                                                                                         its own merits.
for credit have enrolled (January 17, 2007). A student may not repeat an
audit in the same course. A student who wishes to change from credit to               Enrollment Verification
audit status must request this from the Registrar’s Office within the first four      Requests for enrollment verification of full-time or part-time status can be
weeks of the course. Students auditing a course may not change to credit              obtained by logging onto www.online.commnet.edu. Login using your eight
status. Full tuition and fees are charged for courses audited. Financial aid          digit Banner ID and your six digit PIN. Directions on how to obtain an enroll-
DOES NOT COVER AUDITED CLASSES.                                                       ment verification are available in the Registrar’s Office.
Confidentiality-Release of                                                             Incomplete Grades
Personally Identifiable Student Records                                                An incomplete grade is a temporary grade assigned by a faculty member
A student’s written permission is required before MCC can release any                 when coursework is missing and the student agrees to complete require-
information other than the following “directory information”: name and ad-            ments. Faculty are not required to honor a request for an incomplete grade.
dress, dates of attendance, full-time vs. part-time student status and date           All incomplete grades must convert to a letter grade by the end of the fol-
of graduation. For purposes of access by military recruiters only, telephone          lowing semester. If a student fails to complete the required work or fails
listings, age, level of education and major are also designated as directory          to submit the work by the specified time, the Registrar will convert the in-
information. Students may request in writing that directory information               complete to the letter grade specified by the faculty and that letter grade
concerning them not be released. This request must be made by the first               will be entered on the student transcript. Students with an incomplete are
week of the semester. Exceptions to this rule and a complete statement                temporarily ineligible for semester or graduation honors.
about this subject are available in the office of the Dean of Students.
                                                                                      Measles and Rubella Immunization
Cross-Registration                                                                    Legislation effective July 1, 1989, requires that all students born after Dec.
Students who attend an institution of higher learning in the Connecticut              31, 1956 provide proof of adequate immunization against measles and
State educational system may also register at MCC. Additional tuition and             rubella before enrolling in credit classes at state colleges. Exemption:
fees will be applied unless the student shows proof of full-time enrollment           Connecticut State Law requires that any student who has graduated from
and proof of payment at their primary institution. Students are required              a public or non-public high school in the State of Connecticut after 1999
to pay mandatory usage fees. Registrations completed on this basis will               are exempt from providing proof of immunization unless they were pre-
only be accepted on January 17, 2007 from 1-7 p.m., on a space available              viously exempt when enrolling in school because of religious or medical
basis. Any student registered prior to Jan. 17 will be responsible for full pay-      exceptions. Students under this provision must bring in proof of high school
ment. An admission fee of $20 will be applied for first-time applicants.              graduation by either a diploma or high school transcript with the date of
                                                                                      graduation upon it.
Graduation (for Degree and Certificate Programs)                                       An Immunization Verification Certificate is provided on page 21. A copy of
We strongly encourage students to apply early for graduation. Students                the student’s medical record is also acceptable proof of immunization. The
must follow the guidelines below.                                                     certificate or medical record must be completed, signed and stamped by a
                                                                                      physician. For more information, call 860-512-3233.
1. Follow and save the MCC Catalog used when you enrolled.
2. Students who expect to complete curriculum requirements by May                     Probation/Suspension
   2007 must apply for graduation by March 1, 2007. Those who expect                  For information or appeal of academic probation/suspension, call the Of-
   to complete curriculum requirements by December 2007 must apply                    fice of the Dean of Students at 860-512-3203.
   by October 1, 2007.
3. Applications for graduation are available on the web, in campus literature
   racks, and through the office of the Dean of Students, Counseling,
   Career Services Office or Registrar’s Office.




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Re-Enrollment
Students who applied but did not attend classes during the semester they
                                                                                 Tuition, Fees, Refunds:
applied, or who have not attended MCC within two years, will be required to
reapply. No additional application fee will be charged. Students who applied     General Fund Courses
and attended at least one semester in the past two years do not have to
reapply and can register during regular registration periods.                              TUITION AND FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
                                                                                        AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION, ALL STUDENTS ARE
Repeating a Course
                                                                                       REQUIRED TO PAY THEIR FEES. (SEE PAYMENT OPTIONS)
No course may be repeated more than twice. The highest grade received
will be used in calculating the student’s academic average. This does not
apply to those courses that are designed to be repeated for additional           General Fund Tuition and Fees
credit. A request for waiver of these standards shall be made to the Dean        Tuition and fees are payable in advance in accordance with deadline dates
of Academic Affairs.                                                             announced each semester.
College transcripts will record all attempts at classes and the grades           The following is a complete schedule of tuition and fees, prepared by the
earned in each attempt. Students should note that, while MCC will                Board of Trustees of Community-Technical Colleges effective Fall 2006.
not use repeated grades in calculating GPA, colleges to which they are
applying for transfer may use a different method to make such a calcula-         Connecticut Residents Tuition & Fees Per Semester
tion.                                                                                                       College       Student
Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver                                                    Billing                    Service       Activity        Tuition
                                                                                 Hours        Tuition         Fee‡         Fee‡           & Fees
Students age 62 or older may register for classes on a space available
                                                                                 1.0          $98.00        $53.00         $5.00         $156.00
basis, and have their General Fund In-State Tuition, College Service Fees
                                                                                 2.0         $196.00        $56.00         $5.00         $257.00
and Student Activity Fees waived, on Wednesday, January 17, 2007, the
                                                                                 3.0         $294.00        $59.00         $5.00         $358.00
last day of Late Registration only. Waivers do not apply to mandatory us-
                                                                                 4.0         $392.00        $62.00         $5.00         $459.00
age fees, Weekend College courses, summer credit, winter intersession
                                                                                 5.0         $490.00        $73.00         $5.00         $568.00
credit, or any credit-free courses taught through the Division of Continuing
                                                                                 6.0         $588.00        $84.00         $5.00         $677.00
Education.
                                                                                 7.0         $686.00        $95.00         $5.00         $786.00
Student Insurance                                                                8.0         $784.00       $106.00         $5.00         $895.00
All full-time and part-time students are covered by a group accident policy.     9.0         $882.00       $117.00         $5.00       $1,004.00
The policy covers students while attending classes and during College-           10.0        $980.00       $128.00         $5.00       $1,113.00
sponsored activities. The policy does not cover students while commuting         11.0      $1,078.00       $139.00         $5.00       $1,222.00
to/from campus or athletic injuries. Optional 24-hour accident and sick-         12.0‡‡    $1,176.00       $150.00        $10.00       $1,336.00
ness insurance is available.                                                     ‡
                                                                                      Nonrefundable fees
                                                                                 ‡‡
                                                                                      Excess Credits Tuition Charge: Effective Fall 2005, an additional flat
Withdrawal Policy-General Fund Courses
                                                                                      tuition charge of $100 per semester shall apply when total registered
During the first 14 calendar days of the semester (Jan. 18-Jan. 31) courses           credits exceed 17 for the semester
that a student drops, or for which a student receives a refund, will be re-
moved from the student’s schedule and will not appear on his/her transcript.     Non-Resident Rates Tuition & Fees Per Semester
After 14 days (Feb. 1) a student who wishes to withdraw from any course                                     College       Student
must obtain a withdrawal form from the Registrar’s Office, and fill in and       Billing                    Service       Activity        Tuition
sign the form. Grades for courses from which a student withdraws after 14        Hours        Tuition         Fee‡         Fee‡           & Fees
days (Feb. 1) but before the withdrawal deadline (April 4) will be recorded      1.0         $294.00       $159.00         $5.00         $458.00
as “W” at the end of the semester. Grades for courses from which a student       2.0         $588.00       $168.00         $5.00         $761.00
withdraws after the withdrawal deadline (Apr. 4) will be recorded by the         3.0         $882.00       $177.00         $5.00       $1,064.00
instructor in accordance with the instructor’s written course outline policy.    4.0       $1,176.00       $186.00         $5.00       $1,367.00
                                                                                 5.0       $1,470.00       $219.00         $5.00       $1,694.00
Courses that start after 14 days (Feb. 1), such as Weekend College cours-
                                                                                 6.0       $1,764.00       $252.00         $5.00       $2,021.00
es, have different withdrawal policies.
                                                                                 7.0       $2,058.00       $285.00         $5.00       $2,348.00
                                                                                 8.0       $2,352.00       $318.00         $5.00       $2,675.00
                                                                                 9.0       $2,646.00       $351.00         $5.00       $3,002.00
                                                                                 10.0      $2,940.00       $384.00         $5.00       $3,329.00
                                                                                 11.0      $3,234.00       $417.00         $5.00       $3,656.00
                                                                                 12.0‡‡    $3,528.00       $450.00        $10.00       $3,988.00
                                                                                 ‡
                                                                                      Nonrefundable fees
                                                                                 ‡‡
                                                                                      Excess Credits Tuition Charge: Effective Fall 2005, an additional flat
                                                                                      tuition charge of $100 per semester shall apply when total registered
                                                                                      credits exceed 17 for the semester




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NEBHE Tuition & Fees Per Semester                                                           Cashier’s Office
                                 College            Student                                 Payments may be made at the Cashier’s Office, (Lowe Building, first floor) dur-
Billing                          Service            Activity            Tuition             ing regular office hours. When the Cashier’s Office is not open, payments may
Hours         Tuition              Fee‡              Fee‡               & Fees              be dropped in the depository box outside the office. Tuition can also be paid by
1.0          $147.00             $79.50              $5.00             $231.50              mail or online at www.online.commnet.edu. To insure credit to the correct ac-
12.0‡‡     $1,764.00            $225.00             $10.00           $1,999.00              count, all payments must have the student’s Banner ID number or the student’s
‡
     Nonrefundable fees                                                                     Social Security number on them. Acceptable payments are cash, check or
                                                                                            credit card (MasterCard or Visa).
‡‡
      Excess Credits Tuition Charge: Effective Fall 2005, an additional flat
      tuition charge of $100 per semester shall apply when total registered
      credits exceed 17 for the semester.                                                                                 Cashier’s Office Hours
                                                                                                                             Lowe Building, first floor
Additional Mandatory Usage Fees Per Semester                                                      Day                                                             Time
Laboratory Course Fee................................................. $58.00                     Monday, Wednesday, Thursday ...............8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Per registration in a designated laboratory course                                                Tuesday ......................................................8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                  Friday..........................................................8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Studio Course Fee ........................................................ $64.00                                                   Special Hours
Per registration in a designated studio course
                                                                                                Tuesday, January 16......................................1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
‡
 Clinical Program Fee-Level 1 ................................... $203.00                       Wednesday, January 17................................8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Per semester (Fall & Spring only) Level 1 health careers programs
                                                                                                                For more information, call: 860-512-3637.
‡
 Clinical Program Fee-Level 2 .................................... $145.00
Per semester (Fall & Spring only) Level 2 health careers programs
                                                                                            Refund Policy for General Fund Courses
Lab and studio course fees are 100% refundable prior to the first day                        Before registering for classes, students should read the refund policy estab-
of classes and 50% in the add/drop period (similar to tuition). Clinical                    lished by the Board of Trustees for Community-Technical Colleges.
Program fees are not refundable. The Excess Credits Tuition Charge is
100% refundable prior to the first day of classes and 50% in the add/drop                    Definition of a General Fund course: Any credit course offered during the fall
period (similar to tuition).                                                                and spring semesters with the exception of Weekend College courses. See
                                                                                            page 13 for Extension Fund refund policy.
‡ Nonrefundable fees
                                                                                            •   When registering for courses, students pay a nonrefundable deposit
General Fund: Distance Learning                                                                 equal to the fees for their courses. Students who decide to drop a class
                                                                                                must notify the Registrar’s Office in writing to get a refund. A full refund
Effective Fall 2005, out-of-state students must pay the out-of-state tuition rate
                                                                                                of tuition will be made if this is done before the first day of classes
for online and other distance learning courses. Distance learning students are
                                                                                                (January 18, 2007). If the student notifies the Registrar’s Office during
also required to pay the College Service Fee; they are not, however, required
                                                                                                the first 14 calendar days (Jan. 18-Jan. 31) of the semester, a 50%
to pay the Student Activity Fee.
                                                                                                tuition refund will be awarded.
Payment Options                                                                             •   For classes that start after the 14th calendar day (after Jan. 31) of the
1. Before December 13                                                                           semester, a full refund of tuition is available provided the class is dropped
   Students registering between October 25 and December 13 must                                 by the close of business on the day before the first class meeting.
   submit the College Service Fee, Student Activity Fee, and all Manda-                     •   No telephone requests for refunds will be taken.
   tory Usage Fees at time of registration. Tuition must be paid no later                   •   Students must apply for a refund. Refunds are not automatically
   than December 13.                                                                            processed.
2. After December 13                                                                        Exceptions to this policy that will be considered are severe illness of the
   Students must pay Tuition, College Service Fee, Student Activity Fee,                    student or an immediate family member (as verified by a physician), or an
   and all Mandatory Usage Fees at the time of registration.                                administrative error.
3. Installment Plan
   Students taking 8 or more credit hours qualify to take part in the install-              Exceptions
   ment payment plan.There is a $25 non-refundable fee for participation                    A request for exception must be submitted to the Dean of Students in
   in the plan. Contact the Cashier’s Office for information.                               writing with a detailed description of the circumstances and supporting
                                                                                            documentation (i.e., doctor’s letter).
Failure to pay the tuition or fees by the appropriate date may result in
cancellation of registration. Classes canceled for nonpayment will be                       Circumstances not considered by the College are changes in work hours,
re-instated on a space-available basis when the student is able to pay                      commuting difficulties or dissatisfaction with the course content.
the tuition and fees.                                                                       Regardless of circumstances, refund exceptions will not be considered
A $25 returned check fee will be charged to students for any check                          after the first 14 days of the semester.
returned for insufficient funds or stop payments.




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Tuition, Fees, Refunds:                                                             Weekend: Out-of-State
                                                                                                                      College             Student
                                                                                    Billing                           Service             Activity            Tuition
Weekend College                                                                     Hours
                                                                                    1
                                                                                                   Tuition
                                                                                                 $115.00
                                                                                                                        Fee‡
                                                                                                                     $159.00
                                                                                                                                           Fee‡‡
                                                                                                                                           $5.00
                                                                                                                                                              & Fees
                                                                                                                                                             $279.00
Continuing Education Division: Weekend College                                      2            $230.00             $168.00               $5.00             $403.00
Sessions 1-7                                                                        3            $345.00             $177.00               $5.00             $527.00
                                                                                    4            $460.00             $186.00               $5.00             $651.00
                                                                                    5            $575.00             $219.00               $5.00             $799.00
Registration for Weekend College classes takes place in the Registrar’s
                                                                                    6            $690.00             $252.00               $5.00             $947.00
Office, Lowe Building, room L157.
                                                                                    7            $805.00             $285.00               $5.00           $1,095.00
The Weekend College allows students to take courses in a short, concen-             8            $920.00             $318.00               $5.00           $1,243.00
trated time frame on Friday evening and/or Saturday morning or afternoon.           9           $1,035.00            $351.00               $5.00           $1,391.00
Classes begin at seven different times during the year. Students may attend         10          $1,150.00            $384.00               $5.00           $1,539.00
Weekend College courses along with courses offered during the regular               11          $1,265.00            $417.00               $5.00           $1,687.00
semester. Students should be aware that Weekend College courses are                 12          $1,380.00            $450.00              $10.00           $1,840.00
very demanding. These classes run for six to twelve weeks instead of the            13          $1,495.00            $450.00              $10.00           $1,955.00
normal sixteen-week time frame. The refund policy for Weekend College               14          $1,610.00            $450.00              $10.00           $2,070.00
courses is more stringent than for regular semester courses. See Extension          15          $1,725.00            $450.00              $10.00           $2,185.00
Fund Refund Policy on this page for details. Weekend College courses are
                                                                                    Additional semester hours are charged accordingly.
indicated in the course listing using ■. For a complete listing of Weekend
College courses, see pages 58-59.                                                   ‡
                                                                                         Nonrefundable fee.
                                                                                    ‡‡
                                                                                         Nonrefundable fee. The $5.00 student activity fee is charged for
Payment for Weekend College                                                              Weekend College Sessions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 only. There is no student
Courses offered through the Continuing Education Division require full
                                                                                         activity fee for Weekend College Sessions 6 and 7.
payment of tuition and fees at the time of registration. See Extension Fund
Refund Policy on this page.
                                                                                    Additional Mandatory Usage Fees for
Weekend: In-State                                                                   Extension Fund Courses Per Semester
                             College        Student                                 Laboratory Course Fee................................................... $58.00
Billing                      Service        Activity         Tuition                Per registration in a designated laboratory course
Hours         Tuition          Fee‡          Fee‡‡           & Fees                 Studio Course Fee .......................................................... $64.00
1           $115.00          $53.00          $5.00          $173.00                 Per registration in a designated studio course
2           $230.00          $56.00          $5.00          $291.00
3           $345.00          $59.00          $5.00          $409.00                 ‡ Clinical Program Fee-Level 1..................................... $203.00
4           $460.00          $62.00          $5.00          $527.00                 Per semester (Fall & Spring only) Level 1 health careers programs
5           $575.00          $73.00          $5.00          $653.00                 ‡ Clinical Program Fee-Level 2..................................... $145.00
6           $690.00          $84.00          $5.00          $779.00                 Per semester (Fall & Spring only) Level 2 health careers programs
7           $805.00          $95.00          $5.00          $905.00
                                                                                    Lab and studio course fees are 100% refundable prior to the first day of
8           $920.00         $106.00          $5.00        $1,031.00
                                                                                    classes. Clinical Program fees are not refundable.
9          $1,035.00        $117.00          $5.00        $1,157.00
10         $1,150.00        $128.00          $5.00        $1,283.00                 Tuition and Fees are subject to change.
11         $1,265.00        $139.00          $5.00        $1,409.00                 ‡
                                                                                         Nonrefundable fee.
12         $1,380.00        $150.00         $10.00        $1,540.00
13         $1,495.00        $150.00         $10.00        $1,655.00                 Extension Fund Refund Policy
14         $1,610.00        $150.00         $10.00        $1,770.00                 The Continuing Education Division offers Weekend College, winter inter-
15         $1,725.00        $150.00         $10.00        $1,885.00                 session and summer session courses. There is a minimum enrollment for
Additional semester hours are charged accordingly.                                  all Continuing Education courses. Classes with insufficient enrollments
                                                                                    will be canceled. If a course is filled or canceled, students will be notified
Be aware that the addition of a Weekend College course WILL                         by phone or mail before the starting date.
REQUIRE PAYMENT OF AN ADDITIONAL CREDIT FEE.
                                                                                    If the College cancels a course, students receive a full refund of all tuition
Tuition and fees are subject to change.                                             and service fees. This does not include the $20 one-time application fee
                                                                                    for new students that is non-refundable.
‡
      Nonrefundable fee.
‡‡
      Nonrefundable fee. The $5.00 student activity fee is charged for Week-        A student who drops from a credit extension course prior to its first
      end College Sessions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 only. There is no student activity     scheduled meeting will receive a full refund of tuition only, provided that
      fee for Weekend College Sessions 6 and 7.                                     a written request for a refund is received by the Registrar’s Office no later
                                                                                    than 4 p.m. on the day before the scheduled first class meeting. (Request
                                                                                    must be made by 12:00 p.m., Friday for courses starting Saturday-Mon-




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day.) When a student drops from a credit course, the College service
fee and the one-time application fee for new students are non-refund-              Special Programs and
able. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED PAST THE ALLOWABLE DROP
PERIOD. Note: You cannot drop online once a session begins. You must
submit a written request.
                                                                                   Student Services
Exceptions: Any request for exception must be submitted in writing to              Athletics, Lowe Building, room L-154b
the Dean of Continuing Education, MS #16, Manchester Community
College, P.O. Box 1046, Manchester, CT 06045-1046, before the second               MCC began its organized intercollegiate athletics program in 1963. Today,
class meeting, with a detailed description of the circumstances. Excep-            MCC has the most athletics teams – baseball and soccer for men and bas-
tions that will be considered are: severe illness of the student or an im-         ketball and soccer for women–of any of the state community colleges.
mediate family member as verified by a physician, or administrative error.
                                                                                   MCC student–athletes have the opportunity to participate in an educational
Circumstances that will NOT be considered are: changes in employment
                                                                                   environment where intrinsic values such as sportsmanship, discipline, co-
situation, student misunderstanding of the dates of the class; commuting
                                                                                   operation and leadership are emphasized.
difficulties or dissatisfaction with instructor or course content. Regardless
of circumstances, exceptions cannot be made and refund requests can-
                                                                                   The College’s athletic facilities include a fully-equipped fitness center, on-
not be considered after the SECOND CLASS MEETING. Tuition cannot
                                                                                   campus sports complex that includes baseball, softball and soccer fields,
be transferred to other semesters.
                                                                                   and the use of the East Catholic High School gymnasium.

                                                                                   Manchester Community College is a Division III (non-scholarship) member
              MCC Continuing Education Office                                       of Region XXI in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
                Learning Resource Center, room B147                                For more information about the men’s and women’s athletic programs,
                                                                                   please call the Department of Athletics at 860-512-3353 or log onto www.
            Monday-Friday               9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.                       mcc.commnet.edu/athletics.
       For more information about Credit Extension Courses
         (Weekend College, summer, winter intersession)                            Fitness Center
         or credit-free offerings, please call 860-512-2800.                       The College's fitness center has 3,700 square feet of everything you would
          For registration information, call 860-512-3220.                         want in a modern fitness facility. It is located on the first floor of the Lowe
                                                                                   building and open to students of the College, faculty and staff, and members
                                                                                   of the community. The center features an aerobics studio, a resistance and
A complete listing of Weekend College classes during the Spring                    cardiovascular equipment room, and men’s and women’s locker rooms. The
2007 semester can be found on pages 58-59.                                         facility is handicapped-accessible.
                                                                                   Membership is required to participate in both group fitness classes and to
                                                                                   use the weight/cardio room. Memberships in each of these programs have
                                                                                   separate fees.
                                                                                   Weight/Cardio Room Membership Fees
                                                                                   Registered students – paying $10 in Activity Fees . . . . . . . . $15/semester
                                                                                   Registered students – paying $5 in Activity Fees . . . . . . . . . $20/semester
                                                                                   Student-summer semester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50/summer session
                                                                                   Student- summer session. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20/month
                                                                                   Student-winter session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15/full intersession only
                                                                                   Credit-free student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20/month|$200/year
                                                                                   Previous semester member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20/month
                                                                                   Alumni Association Member. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15/month|$150/year
                                                                                   Community Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25/month|$300/year
                                                                                   Current/retired employee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15/month|$150/year
                                                                                   Employee Family member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15/month|$150/year
                                                                                   Older Adult Association member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15/month|$150/year
                                                                                   Guest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10/daily
                                                                                   Group Fitness Membership Fees
                                                                                   Registered students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      $10/month
                                                                                   Current/retired employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          $20/month
                                                                                   Older Adult Association members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                $20/month
                                                                                   Alumni Association members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             $20/month
                                                                                   Community members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          $25/month
                                                                                   The fitness center is open year-round. Its hours of operation are Monday
                                                                                   through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. For more information on mem-



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bership, getting fit, facility orientations and class descriptions, please call        Wednesday                 January 31                         9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
512-3359 or log onto: www.mcc.commnet.edu/athletics/fitness.php                        Thursday                  February 1                         9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                                       Friday                    February 2                         9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

AVT Courses                                                                            Regular Spring Bookstore Hours
                                                                                       February 5, 2007 – May 31, 2007
Some Business Office Technology courses are AVT-instructed. AVT is an                  Monday, Wednesday & Thursday ........... 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
individualized, flexible teaching method using tapes and CDs to introduce              Tuesday ................................................. 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
lessons. Students are given assignments with one-on-one teaching as-                   Friday ..................................................... 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
sistance available at all times. Students work independently in the AVT
lab (Lowe Building, room L103) any time during the hours listed below.                 The Bookstore will be closed the following days:
During the first week of classes, students taking AVT classes should report            February 12, 2007
to room L103 during lab hours for a course orientation. Questions about                April 6, 2007
AVT instruction should be directed to Kathleen Sullivan at 860-512-2646.
One-credit AVT courses will receive assignment schedules on a first-come,              The Bookstore will have reduced hours the following days:
first-served basis.                                                                    February 22, 2007 ................................. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
                                                                                       March 19-22, 2007 ................................ 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

          Hours for Business Office Technology                                          Bookstore Refund Policy
                                                                                       The last day for refunds for books purchased for classes that begin on or
                   AVT (Lab) Courses                                                   around January 18, 2007 is January 31, 2007.
   Monday                     9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. ............... Lowe, L103           • Always have your receipt available.
   Wednesday                  8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. ............... Lowe, L103           • Always make sure new books have not been written, underlined, or
   Tuesday, Thursday          8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. ............... Lowe, L103               damaged.
   Friday                     8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ............... Lowe, L103           • Make sure shrink-wrapped ‘sets’ are returned with all enclosures.
                                                                                       If you dropped a class, proof may be required.

Bookstore, Lowe Building, L176                                                         Other purchases may be returned for a full refund within five days from
                                                                                       the first day of classes or two days after purchase date. Used book buying
                                                                                       guide prices are always available if your return is outside of these guide-
All hours are subject to change with notification.The Bookstore will be
                                                                                       lines. Please be careful before opening shrink-wrapped sets. Many contain
closed whenever the school is closed for holidays or snow days.
                                                                                       electronic media and are only returnable if the media are defective.
To insure purchase of the correct textbooks, students must bring their class
schedule/bill with them when buying books.                                             Book Buy-Backs
                                                                                       Books will be bought back every business day. Resale value given is based
Extended Bookstore Hours for the Spring 2007 semester
                                                                                       on need and publisher listings. Driver’s license or MCC ID is required to
Monday               January 1                    Closed                               sell back books.
Tuesday              January 2                    9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
                                                                                       The best time to sell books is during finals week in December and May. At
Wednesday            January 3                    9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
                                                                                       that time the Bookstore will pay up to 50 percent for needed quantities of
Thursday             January 4                    9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
                                                                                       titles adopted for the following semester.
Friday               January 5                    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Monday               January 8                    9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Tuesday              January 9                    9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.                  Bookstore Check Acceptance Policy
Wednesday            January 10                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.                  •   All checks must be bank-imprinted with student’s name and address.
Thursday             January 11                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.                      Phone and student Banner ID number must appear or be written on
Friday               January 12                   9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.                      the check.
Saturday             January 13                   9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
                                                                                       •   A state or government photo ID must be shown (i.e. valid Connecticut
Monday               January 15                   Closed
                                                                                           driver’s license).
Tuesday              January 16                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Wednesday            January 17                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.                  •   Make checks payable to MCC Bookstore.
Thursday             January 18                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.                  •   A $20 fee will be charged on all returned checks.
Friday               January 19                   9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                                       •   Accepted credit cards: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Dis-
Saturday             January 20                   9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
                                                                                           cover. The person signing a credit card slip must be the same person
Monday               January 22                   9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
                                                                                           named on the card. If using your parents credit card, please bring in a
Tuesday              January 23                   9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
                                                                                           note or use the website: www.efollet.com
Wednesday            January 24                   9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Thursday             January 25                   9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Friday               January 26                   9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.                          For more information, call the Bookstore at 860-645-3140
Monday               January 29                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.                           or to purchase textbooks online go to www.efollett.com
Tuesday              January 30                   9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.



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Child Development Center,                                                      Enrollment Requirements for Cooperative
Lowe Building, room L140                                                       Education/Work Experience
The Child Development Center (CDC) will register children during the           •   Students must have a GPA of 2.0 or better.
months of December and January. The Center is a nationally accredited
                                                                               •   Students must have completed 12-15 credit hours towards a program
pre-school program for three- and four-year-old children. Teachers are ex-
                                                                                   of study and received permission from the program coordinator and
perienced, loving, and professionally educated and trained. To be eligible,
                                                                                   cooperative education director.
children must be 2.9 years old by September, turning 3 before the first of
January, and must be completely toilet-trained. Space is limited.              •   Prior to registering for the course, students must attend a Pre-Place-
                                                                                   ment Workshop and complete a Statement of Understanding form
The Center is located in the Lowe Building, room L140. Further informa-            available at the Cooperative Education Office.
tion may be obtained from the Office of the Director, Gregg Brohinsky, at
860-512-3272.                                                                  •   During the semester, students are required to attend a weekly, one-
                                                                                   hour seminar in which work-related issues are addressed.

                                                                               Placement
College Learning Center                                                        For a paid placement, students must complete 300 hours of employment
Lowe Building, rooms L107, L120, L134                                          during one semester. The Cooperative Education employer pays positions
The College Learning Center (CLC) provides services to enable students to      that provide monetary compensation. Unpaid internships require 150
develop and strengthen academic learning. Tutoring, online tutoring, com-      hours of workplace learning.
puter-aided instruction, supplemental instruction leaders and workshops are    There is no guarantee from the Cooperative Education Office that each
available free of charge to students.                                          student will receive a placement.
                                                                               The Cooperative Education Office is located on the first floor of the Lowe
                                                                               Building, room L177. For more information, office hours and workshop
                   College Learning Center                                     dates, contact the Cooperative Education Office at 860-512-3312.
                         Office Hours
     Monday-Thursday                  8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.                      High School Partnership
     Friday                           8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.                      The High School Partnership Program is available to high school juniors
     Saturday                         9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.                      and/or seniors with a “B” average or higher who wish to study subjects not
     Coordinator’s Office             Lowe Building, room L134a                offered by their high school, broaden their education, earn college credits,
     Computer Laboratory              Lowe Building, room L107                 explore career options or build on their skills. Courses, up to eight credits,
     Tutoring                         Lowe Building, room L131,                may be taken in the spring and/or fall semester.Tuition and fees will be waived
                                      L132 and L133                            upon acceptance. Students are responsible for their own books, materials
                                                                               and supplies, as well as transportation.
   For more information, call 860-512-3303 or 860-512-3300                     Each semester, the student must meet with an Admissions staff member
                 or visit the CLC website at                                   and submit:
                  www.mcc.commnet.edu                                          •   A completed MCC application. Students will be admitted following the
                                                                                   normal admissions process, including participation in the assessment
                                                                                   test.
Cooperative Education/Work                                                     •   A written High School Partnership Program referral from the Coordinator
                                                                                   of the participating high school.
Experience, Lowe Building, room L177
At Manchester Community College, students have the opportunity to earn         •   A course registration form, which has been approved and signed by the
credit, pay, and work experience through the Cooperative Education Pro-            Admissions Director or Associate Director.
gram. Academic credit is awarded to students for cooperative education         Please note: A student’s final grades will become a permanent part of their
and work experience done under the supervision of departmental faculty.        academic history at MCC.
Students are encouraged to consider cooperative education and work ex-
perience opportunities that may be available in their respective programs.     For more information, please contact your HSPP coordinator, high school
In some programs of study, Cooperative Education/Work Experience is a          guidance counselor or the MCC Admissions Office at (860) 512-3210.
required course within the curriculum.
                                                                               Home Schooled Students
                                                                               Students who are in the process of home schooling, but who have not yet
                                                                               completed the equivalent of a high school education, may request to be per-
                                                                               mitted to take a college course through the following application process:

                                                                               •   Submit a “Student Request Form” that may be obtained at the Academic
                                                                                   Affairs Office and documentation from a knowledgeable source other
                                                                                   than the parent(s) that the student is at least the equivalent of a junior




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    in high school, with skill level equivalent to a “B” average. The Dean          While you are enrolled and taking an online or hybrid course, you will need
    of Academic Affairs will review this information and the student will be        to have access to an Internet connection (preferably via cable modem or
    notified of her decision.                                                       DSL; if you use a 56K modem connection, you may experience degraded
•   If the documentation is approved, an interview will be scheduled with           performance depending on the amount of multimedia material used in your
    the Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Students, or their designee, to           class), a web browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla or Safari; you
    assess the student’s level of readiness for successful, independent             can check your browser compatibility by going to http://vista.ctdlc.org and
    participation in college coursework and on the College campus.                  selecting Check Browser), a word processor (Microsoft Word), and associated
                                                                                    programs recommended by your instructor (for example, Excel, PowerPoint,
•   For exceptions, please call the Dean of Academic Affairs at (860) 512-          or Minitab). You must have an active email account, and be familiar with
    2603.                                                                           sending and receiving email. IMPORTANT: You should tell MCC your active
Underage students follow the process for home schooled students (see                email address either on your application form or through Banner Web for
above).                                                                             Students once you are a registered student.
                                                                                    The recommended minimum system configuration is a computer running
Honors Program                                                                      either Windows (98 2nd Edition or higher) or Mac OS (10.1.x or higher) with
Honors courses are identified in the class schedule booklet with an “H”             at least 128 MB of RAM, at least 500 MB of free hard drive space, a CD-
designation (for example: ENG* 101H). These courses are designed to                 ROM drive, and a color monitor. A USB “thumb” or “keychain” drive (or other
offer students the opportunity to pursue special topics, to work with other         removable media) is recommended. Some MCC instructors may use various
highly-motivated students, and to work closely with their professors. Hon-          web plug-ins such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, Apple QuickTime, Macromedia
ors courses enroll only students who meet the prerequisites. Note: Stu-             Flash Shockwave, Real Network RealPlayer, and/or Microsoft Media Player
dents are required to meet all the regular prerequisites for these courses,         throughout the course. Actual system and software requirements for a course
plus any additional prerequisites that have been established. Additional            may vary—please see the instructor’s requirements listed in the Class
prerequisites vary by course, so please see specific course descriptions            Schedule or check with your instructor prior to beginning the course.
for further details regarding prerequisites.                                        Although you can access your course from any Internet-connected computer,
Honors options are listed beside the classes or sections where they are             you will probably prefer using a home or work computer. If you wish to take an
available. Students enroll for and meet all the requirements for a regular          online course by using a computer in one of MCC’s open labs, please note that
section of a class, but then meet with the instructor and develop an ad-            MCC’s open computer labs are not available 24 hours a day.
ditional project that they complete for honors credit. Students have two            Once you are registered, in order to get to your online or hybrid class, go
weeks from the start of a class to decide if they will select the honors            to the website http://vista.ctdlc.org and under the Institution Listing select
option.                                                                             the link Connecticut Community Colleges System. Log in with your WebCT
Eligibility: To qualify for an honors option, students must have completed          Vista username and password. Your Vista username is the same as your
12 semester credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or they may obtain            Banner Student ID (with the @ symbol).Your Vista password is the same as
a written faculty recommendation and permission of the course instructor.           your Banner PIN (which you use when logging into www.online.commnet.
For more information, call Professor Patrick Sullivan in the English depart-        edu. Your PIN/password is exactly 6 characters in length. If you are a new
ment at 860-512-2669.                                                               student, your initial password is your date of birth formatted as MMDDYY.
                                                                                    For example, if you were born on Jan. 31, 2000, your Vista password would
                                                                                    be 013100. If you change your Banner PIN (at www.online.commnet.edu),
Hybrid and Online Courses                                                           your Vista password will change automatically.
MCC offers a variety of online courses that are offered via the Internet.
                                                                                    For additional information about our online courses, please visit MCC’s
Online courses have no regularly scheduled on-campus meetings, though
                                                                                    website.
there may be special class meetings (see below). Hybrid courses combine
online work with regular on-campus class meetings, but do not have as many
on-campus class meetings as the typical on-campus course.                           International Student Enrollment
In both fully online courses and hybrid courses, students should expect an          Lowe Building, room L120
amount of work equivalent to what would be required in any college-level            International students interested in applying to MCC with an I-20 applica-
course, even though the online format allows students to go online at any           tion for F1 consideration must do so by May 25, 2007 for the Fall 2007
time to complete classwork. Taking an online or hybrid course gives students        semester and by November 3, 2006 for the spring 2007 semester. Students
greater flexibility in scheduling their time, but online requirements will be as    interested in attending MCC with an F-1 visa should contact the Director of
time-consuming and demanding as other courses offered fully on campus.              Minority and International Student Programs at 860-512-3205. Internation-
While online classes do not meet regularly on campus, any special class             al students on a visa status other than F-1 may enroll for classes at MCC,
meetings that will happen on campus, such as orientations, are indicated            but they should consult the Immigration and Naturalization Services office,
later in this Class Schedule. The Class Schedule also indicates where and           or the Director of Minority and International Student Programs, for student
when hybrid classes have meetings on campus, and the instructors will               eligibility. All international students on visas, or non-permanent residents,
explain procedures for online course work during the first class meeting.           will be charged the non-resident tuition fee rates, and should provide their
Students who sign up for online or hybrid courses should be familiar with           Social Security number or visa number for admission to the College.
using computers and the Internet, and previous experience using WebCT
is helpful but not necessary.




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Library                                                                            Transitional Programs
The staff in the MCC Library is at your service. Please feel free to ask for       Lowe Building, room L125
assistance at any time. Library cards are available and are provided to pa-        MCC’s Transitional Programs are designed to help students adjust to the
trons so they may borrow books, CDs, and DVDs; reserve library materials,          demands of college. All the programs provide workshops or courses that
and use the library’s computer and audiovisual equipment. Cards can be             present the skills necessary for academic success. On-going support from
quickly obtained at the circulation desk with a photo ID.                          peers and professional advisers is available.

                       MCC Library Hours                                           Adults in Transition (AIT)
      Regular Spring semester hours starting January 18, 2007                      Adults in Transition is offered to older students who are enrolling in college
          Monday-Thursday: ................8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.                     after a long absence from school. Many students worry that they are too
          Friday: ...................................8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.           old, that their skills may be too rusty or they simply won’t have enough time
          Saturday: .............................10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.              to meet the demands of college as they tend to the needs of work and fam-
          Sunday: ...............................12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.              ily. The AIT Program enables the older student to start or restart a college
                                                                                   career as smoothly and successfully as possible. AIT specializes in helping
                                Summer Session                                     the adult learner adjust to the demands of college and develop strategies
                                                                                   for academic success.
          Monday-Thursday .................8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
          Friday ..................................8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.            Through AIT, students receive:
          Saturday ..............................10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.              1. A thorough interview with an academic advisor to help assess needs
                                                                                      as the students enter College.
         For information, please call the circulation desk at
         860-512-3420 or the reference desk at 860-512-3423                        2. Academic assistance to help students select a course of study that fits
              www.mcc.commnet.edu/students/library                                    their schedule and ability.
                                                                                   3. A one-credit college orientation and study skills course offered just
        Hours are subject to change. Please call for holiday
                                                                                      prior to the semester.
     hours or closings. For information, please call 860-512-3420
                                                                                   4. A two-credit transition development course that introduces students to
                                                                                      MCC and aids in planning a career and/or a future course of study.
                                                                                   5. A full semester of support from peers and AIT’s staff of professional
                                                                                      advisors.
MCC Catalog
                                                                                   The Academic Success Program (ASP)
The MCC Catalog has complete information about all program requirements.
                                                                                   The ASP program is offered to any student who is enrolled in a develop-
The MCC Catalog can be picked up outside of the Admissions/Registrar’s
                                                                                   mental English or math course (below 100 level).
Office, or viewed online at www.mcc.commnet.edu
                                                                                   ASP provides students with strategies to improve learning and study skills,
                                                                                   and encourages students to become actively involved in the learning
Open Computer Labs                                                                 process. Any student who is enrolled in a developmental English or math
The Open Computer Labs on the second floor of the LRC contain both                 course may call the Office of Transitional Programs or may be referred
Windows and Macintosh computers for student use. Sometimes the Mac                 through the Counseling, Admissions or Registrar’s offices.
labs may be unavailable as they are also used as classrooms; please call
for availability.                                                                  Summer Training and Academic Retention Services
                                                                                   Program (STARS)
                  MCC Open Computer Lab Hours                                      This program, designed for new, first generation and/or low income stu-
         Spring semester hours while classes are in session.                       dents, is a grant-funded, summer only program. It is free to participants
                                                                                   who meet the requirements.
          Monday-Thursday: ................9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
                                                                                   The STARS program provides an educational bridge to college for students
          Friday: ..................................9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
                                                                                   who are academically under prepared. The focus is on improving oral and
          Saturday: .............................10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                                   written communications as well as study skills.
          Sunday: ...............................12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                                   For more information, applications, or an appointment, call 860-512-3344 or
         Hours are subject to change. Please call for holiday
                                                                                   visit the MCC website.
     hours or closings. For information, please call 860-512-3113.




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      CODES          ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS                                                B11BA43        Hotel-Tourism Management                                 B13BK11              Computer–Aided Design
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      B11BA05        Accounting & Business Administration,                                    B12BB53           – Music Option                                        B13BK10              Computer Maintenance Technology
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      B11BA04           – Management Information Systems                                      B11BB62           – Women’s Studies Sequence                            B13BK08              Computer Operating Systems Technology
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      B11BA46           – Administrative Assistant, Medical                                   B11BB45           – Chemistry Sequence                                  B13BJ77              Culinary Arts
      B11BA44           – Administrative Assistant, Office                                                       – Environmental Science                               B13BJ83              Desktop Publishing
      B11BA45           – Administrative Assistant, Legal                                     B11BB52           – Mathematics Sequence                                B13BJ86              Disability Specialist
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                        – Environmental Science                                                                 – Pre-Med/Pre-Professional Preparation                B13BJ08              Gerontology
      B11BA67        Business Administration, Career                                          B11BB71        Manufacturing Engineering Technology                     B13BJ15              Management of Substance Abuse
      B11BA53        Communication                                                            B11BB72        Marketing                                                                     Treatment Facilities
      B11BA54           – Journalism                                                          B12BA40        Multimedia Studies                                       B13BJ13              Marketing
      B11BC08        Computer Engineering Technology                                          B11BB85        Occupational Therapy Assistant                           B13BJ14              Media Technology
      B11BC09        Computer Network Technology                                              B11BA47        Paralegal                                                B13BK02              Medical Insurance Specialist
      B11BC10        Computer Programming Technology                                          B11BB86        Physical Therapist Assistant                             B13BJ50              Medical Transcription
      B11BC11        Computer Science                                                         B11BB88        Respiratory Care                                         B13BJ93              Office Support Specialist (Clerk Typist)
      B11BC12        Computer Technology                                                      B11BA51        Social Service                                           B13BJ53              Paralegal
      B11BB03        Criminal Justice                                                         B11BB95        Sport and Exercise Studies                               B13BJ07              Personal Financial Planning
      B11BB06        Disability Specialist                                                    B11BB96        Surgical Technology                                      B13BK12              Pre-Service Correction
      B11BF03        Drug/Alcohol Recovery Counselor                                          B11BB97        Technological Studies                                    B13BK04              Professional Baker
      B11BA06        Early Childhood Education                                                B11BC06        Therapeutic Recreation                                   B13BK05              Professional Cook
      B11BA50        Engineering Science                                                      B12BA40        Visual Fine Arts                                         B13BJ51              Public Relations
      B11BB17        Foodservice Management                                                                                                                           B13BJ35              Social Service
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      B11BB27        Graphic Design                                                           B13BJ05        Accounting
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      B11BA48           – Multimedia Option                                                   B13BK03        Child Development Associate



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Public Law Act 89-90, effective July 1, 1989, requires that students born after Dec. 31, 1956, provide proof of adequate immunization, as defined
below, against measles and rubella before enrollment in classes in state institutions of higher education.
Measles: two doses of measles vaccine to ensure adequate immunization. If you were registered in this College prior to the fall 1990 semester, have
been attending MCC continuously since fall 1990, and have not documented your immunity to measles, you must present proof of one dose of vaccine
before you will be permitted to register. If you were enrolled in this College after Sept. 1. 1990, you must have documentation of two does before you
will be permitted to register. If you are a new student, you must present two doses of measles, the first given after Jan. 1, 1969 on or after the first
birthday, and the second after Jan. 1, 1980 (at least one month apart).
Rubella: (German measles) one dose of vaccine is considered adequate immunization for all students. You must present documentation of this vaccina-
tion before you will be permitted to register.
Exemptions to this policy may be submitted in writing to the Registrar’s Office. They are: 1) certification by a physician that immunization is medically in
advisable, or 2) certification of a confirmed case of such disease by a physician or town director of health, or 3) a signed statement that immunization is
contrary to your religious beliefs.
Should you have any questions or problems over this requirement, please contact the Registrar’s Office at (860) 512-3220.


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                   to stop sign. Take a right onto Founders Drive South to Lot C or a
                   left onto Founders Drive North to Lot B.

                   From Boston: Take I-84 Westbound. Take exit 59 onto I-384.
                   Immediately take exit 1. Turn left onto Spencer St. (eastbound).
                   Turn right onto Hillstown Road. Take first left onto Great Path and
                   proceed to stop sign. Take a right onto Founders Drive South to
                   Lot C or a left onto Founders Drive North to Lot B.

                   From Bolton: Take I-384 westbound. Take exit 1. Turn right at the
                   light onto Spencer St. (eastbound). Turn right onto Hillstown Road.
                   Take first left onto Great Path and proceed to stop sign. Take a
                   right onto Founders Drive South to Lot C or a left onto Founders
                   Drive North to Lot B.

                   From Springfield: Take I-91 South. Take exit 35A to I-291 east,
                   to I-384. Immediately take exit 1. Turn left onto Spencer St.
                   (eastbound). Turn right onto Hillstown Road. Take first left onto Great
                   Path and proceed to stop sign. Take a right onto Founders Drive
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                                                                                                                                                          Photography
                                                                                                                                                      V            Village:
                                                                                                                                                                   Buildings V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6
                                                                                                                                                      O            Bandshell



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               Five Easy Steps to Courses You Want!
              ☛              1.
                             2.
                                     REGISTER EARLY!
                                     Look up programs of study in your College Catalog.
                             3.      Review course descriptions in this class schedule
                                     (pages 60-86) noting prerequisites or any special
                                     requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to know
                                     and follow course prerequisites and corequisites.
                             4.      Select classes from the course listing on pages 25-59.
                             5.      Complete and submit an Class Registration form on page 87
                                     or register online at www.online.commnet.edu.


  How to Read the Class Schedule
   Course Reference                                                        Day(s) of Week
   Number (CRN #)                                                          M=Monday
                                                                           T=Tuesday                          Location          Instructor
   Unique identifier                           Credit Hours                 W=Wednesday                        Building       Subject to Change
   for course and section.                    For credit and               R=Thursday                          Wing
                                              noncredit courses.           F=Friday                                Room number
           Subject                                                         S= Saturday
           code/#                                                                                                                        Prerequisites
           B=MCC          Course Title                                                                                                      Y=Yes
                                                                                            Course Time                                      N=No

     History HIS*
30459✖● HIS* B201         U.S. History I                3                       (Online course)                              G. Yang                 N
30724   HIS* B201         U.S. History I                3        MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C210        Staff                   N
30136● HIS* B201          U.S. History I                3        MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C202        G. Yang                 N
30602   HIS* B201         U.S. History I                3        T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C202        C. Paulin               N
30999■     HIS* B280      Modern Africa                 3       F              05:30 PM-06:50 PM AST          C202        C. Paulin                  N
                                                                S              09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST          C202
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.



     Business Office Technology                          BOT*
30336◗     BOT* B101      Basic Keyboarding             1                       (AVT hours, pg. 30)    LOWE      L103        Staff                   N


AVT instruction is a self-paced tutorial using tapes and slides. During the first week of classes students taking AVT classes should report to room L103
(Lowe Building) during lab hours for a course orientation. Lab hours are listed on page 30.




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CRN        Subject #       Title                      CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites
                                                       Course Listings
    WARNING: All course numbers in the Connecticut Community College System are in the process of
      change. For up-to-date information on any course number, contact the MCC Registrar’s Office.

CRN        Subject #       Title                      CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

  Accounting                ACC*
All accounting courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 and MAT* 095 or higher.
10004      ACC* B115       Financial Accounting           4         M             05:30 PM-09:20 PM      LRC       B214          Staff                  Y
10001      ACC* B115       Financial Accounting           4         MW            09:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B220          Staff                  Y
10002      ACC* B115       Financial Accounting           4         MW            12:30 PM-02:20 PM      LRC       B220          Staff                  Y
10003      ACC* B115       Financial Accounting           4         MW            07:00 PM-08:50 PM      LRC       B220          Staff                  Y
10005      ACC* B115       Financial Accounting           4         TR            09:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B220          P. Cook                Y
10831      ACC* B118       Managerial Accounting          4         F             08:00 AM-11:50 AM      LRC       B220          Staff                  Y
10009      ACC* B118       Managerial Accounting          4         MW            09:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B214          G. Buckles             Y
10567      ACC* B118       Managerial Accounting          4         MW            12:30 PM-02:20 PM      LRC       B214          G. Buckles             Y
10010      ACC* B118       Managerial Accounting          4         TR            12:30 PM-02:20 PM      LRC       B220          P. Cook                Y
10011      ACC* B118       Managerial Accounting          4         W             05:30 PM-09:20 PM      LRC       B214          Staff                  Y
10276      ACC* B125       Acct Computer Applications I 3           MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L233          J. Kelly               Y
10015      ACC* B231       Cost Accounting I              3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B214          J. Kelly               Y
10014      ACC* B276       Princpls of Intermed Acctg II 4          T             05:30 PM-09:20 PM      LRC       B220          J. Kelly               Y
10854✖ ACC* B290 Coop Ed/Work Exp                       3                       (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            Y
10493      ACC* B290 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                   T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                Y
10494      ACC* B290 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                   W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               Y
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
Allied Health, see Health (HLT*)

  Anthropology                     ANT*
10589● ANT* B101 Introduction to Anthropology 3            MW           09:30 AM-10:50 AM                AST       C211          J. Wynn                N
10018● ANT* B101 Introduction to Anthropology 3            MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM                AST       C211          J. Wynn                N
10906  ANT* B101 Introduction to Anthropology 3            MW           05:30 PM-06:50 PM                AST       C211          B. Brown III           N
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
10248      ANT* B105       Intro to Cultural Anthro       3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C211          P. Burke               N
10594      ANT* B118       Health Healing & Culture       3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C211          J. Wynn                N
11266      ANT* B201       Physical Anthropology          3         TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C211          B. Brown III           Y

  Art          ART*            See also GRA* for Graphic Design and DGA* for Digital Arts courses
STUDIO COURSES: Students enrolled in art studio courses are responsible for buying any supplies required for satisfactory completion of the course.
10687      ART* B101       Art History I                  3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      V6        V162          D. Bodlak              N
10115      ART* B102       Art History II                 3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      V6        V162          D. Bodlak              N
10116      ART* B103       Art History III                3         MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      V6        V162          G. Scullion            N
10930      ART* B103       Art History III                3         S             09:00 AM-11:50 AM      V6        V162          R. Zella               N
10946      ART* B104       Contemporary Art History       3         TR            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      V6        V162          J. Marsh               N


Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.    ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN       Subject #    Title                      CreditHrs   Days        Time                Building   Wing/Rm   Instructor Prerequisites

 10277     ART* B111    Drawing I                     3        MW          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Nowak              N
 10839     ART* B111    Drawing I                     3        TR          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      M. Bush               N
 10590     ART* B111    Drawing I                     3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      Staff                 N
 10117     ART* B112    Drawing II                    3        MW          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Nowak              Y
 10591     ART* B112    Drawing II                    3        TR          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      M. Bush               N
 10846     ART* B112    Drawing II                    3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      Staff                 N
 10279     ART* B113    Figure Drawing I              3        MW          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Harden             N
 10118     ART* B114    Figure Drawing II             3        MW          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Harden             Y
 10198     ART* B121    Two-Dimensional Design        3        MW          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    V1        V101      J. Rainwater          N
 10932     ART* B121    Two-Dimensional Design        3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    V1        V101      R. Kristoff           N
 10199     ART* B122    Three-Dimensional Design      3        MW          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D132      C. Darnell            N
 10765     ART* B131    Sculpture I                   3        TR          09:00 AM-11:55 AM    AST       D132      T. Kussow             N
 10121     ART* B132    Sculpture II                  3        TR          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D132      T. Kussow             Y
 10947     ART* B141    Photography I                 3        MW          09:00 AM-11:55 AM    AST       D211      D. Long               N
 10948     ART* B141    Photography I                 3        MW          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D211      D. Long               N
 11337     ART* B142    Photography II                3        TR          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D211      D. Long               Y
 10282     ART* B151    Painting I                    3        TR          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D105      R. Harden             Y
 10688     ART* B152    Painting II                   3        TR          09:00 AM-11:55 AM    AST       D105      R. Harden             N
 10691     ART* B155    Watercolor I                  3        MW          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D109      K. Sobel              N
 10120     ART* B155    Watercolor I                  3        TR          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    V1        V101      P. Waite              N
 10692     ART* B156    Watercolor II                 3        MW          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D109      K. Sobel              N
 10283     ART* B156    Watercolor II                 3        TR          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    V1        V101      P. Waite              Y
 10288     ART* B161    Ceramics I                    3        MW          09:00 AM-11:55 AM    AST       D131      S. Classen-Sullivan   N
 10429     ART* B162    Ceramics II                   3        MW          12:00 PM-02:55 PM    AST       D131      S. Classen-Sullivan   Y
 10456     ART* B167    Printmaking I                 3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D110      B. Solomon            N
 10457     ART* B168    Printmaking II                3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D110      B. Solomon            N
 10939     ART* B185    Video/Film Making             3        F           08:00 AM-10:50 AM    LRC       B218      Staff                 N
 10523     ART* B185    Video/Film Making             3        F           11:00 AM-01:50 PM    LRC       B218      E. Luna               N
 10209     ART* B185    Video/Film Making             3        TR          12:30 PM-01:50 PM    LRC       B218      R. Kagan              N
 10814     ART* B185    Video/Film Making             3        TR          04:00 PM-05:20 PM    LRC       B218      E. Luna               N
 10940     ART* B185    Video/Film Making             3        W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B218      D. Sweeney            N
 10806  ART* B206 Film Study                      3         F              08:00 AM-10:50 AM    V5        V151      L. Rotondaro          N
 10807  ART* B206 Film Study                      3         F              11:00 AM-01:50 PM    V5        V151      M. DiRaimo            N
 10804● ART* B206 Film Study                      3         M              02:00 PM-04:50 PM    V5        V151      J. Walden             N
 10805● ART* B206 Film Study                      3         W              02:00 PM-04:50 PM    V5        V151      R. Kagan              N
 11345● ART* B206 Film Study                      0         W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM    V5        V151      R. Kagan              N
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
 10300     ART* B211    Drawing III                   3        MW          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Nowak              Y
 10592     ART* B211    Drawing III                   3        TR          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      M. Bush               N
 11367     ART* B211    Drawing III                   3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      Staff                 N
 10278     ART* B212    Drawing IV                    3        MW          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Nowak              Y
 10593     ART* B212    Drawing IV                    3        TR          03:00 PM-05:55 PM    AST       D109      M. Bush               N
 11368     ART* B212    Drawing IV                    3        TR          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      Staff                 N
 10280     ART* B213    Figure Drawing III            3        MW          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Harden             Y
 10281     ART* B214    Figure Drawing IV             3        MW          06:00 PM-08:55 PM    AST       D109      R. Harden             Y



26          COURSE PREREQUISITES, SEMESTER OFFERED DESIGNATIONS AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS ON PAGES 60-86.
Manchester Community College                                          Class Schedule                                                            Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10286      ART* B231       Sculpture III                   3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D132          T. Kussow               Y
10287      ART* B232       Sculpture IV                    3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D132          T. Kussow               Y
11338      ART* B242       Photography III                 3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D211          D. Long                 N
10936      ART* B250       Digital Photography             3         MW            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      AST       D211          Staff                   N
10934      ART* B250       Digital Photography             3         TR            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      AST       D211          R. Hoyer                N
10689      ART* B251       Painting III                    3         TR            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      AST       D105          R. Harden               N
10690      ART* B252       Painting IV                     3         TR            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      AST       D105          R. Harden               N
10693      ART* B255       Watercolor III                  3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D109          K. Sobel                N
10284      ART* B255       Watercolor III                  3         TR            03:00 PM-05:55 PM      V1        V101          P. Waite                Y
10694      ART* B256       Watercolor IV                   3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D109          K. Sobel                N
10285      ART* B256       Watercolor IV                   3         TR            03:00 PM-05:55 PM      V1        V101          P. Waite                Y
10289      ART* B261       Ceramics III                    3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D131          S. Classen-Sullivan     Y
10290      ART* B262       Ceramics IV                     3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      AST       D131          S. Classen-Sullivan     Y
10458      ART* B267       Printmaking III                 3         TR            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      AST       D110          B. Solomon              N
10459      ART* B268       Printmaking IV                  3         TR            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      AST       D110          B. Solomon              N
11430      ART* B282       New Media                       3         TR            03:00 PM-05:55 PM      AST       D211          P. Wojtasik             N
10729      ART* B298       Special Topics in Art           4         (Lab)         To be arranged                                 R. Harden               N
10971      ART* B298       Special Topics in Art           4         (Lab)         To be arranged                                 S. Classen-Sullivan     N
10949      ART* B298       Special Topics in Art           4         (Lab)         To be arranged                                 D. Long                 N
10224      ART* B298       Special Topics in Art           4         (Lab)         To be arranged                                 T. Kussow               N

  Astronomy                AST*
10021      AST* B101       Principles of Astronomy         3         MW(Lab)       03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       C101          Staff                   N
10787      AST* B111       Introduction to Astronomy       4         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C101          Staff                   Y
                                                                     R(Lab)        07:00 PM-08:50 PM      AST       C101          Staff                   Y

  Biology              BIO*
All biology courses require students to be eligible for ENG* 101.
10919      BIO* B103       Women’s Health                  3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B214          Staff                   Y
10703      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C101          Staff                   Y
                                                                     F(Lab)        09:30 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B124
10264      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C212          R. Mintell              Y
                                                                     M(Lab)        01:00 PM-03:50 PM      LRC       B124
10475      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C212          R. Mintell              Y
                                                                     W(Lab)        01:00 PM-03:50 PM      LRC       B124
10404      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C210          Staff                   Y
                                                                     M(Lab)        07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B124
10572      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C210          Staff                   Y
                                                                     W(Lab)        07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B124
10672      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C212          Staff                   Y
                                                                     R(Lab)        09:30 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B124
10790      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C212          Staff                   Y
                                                                     T(Lab)        09:30 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B124
10525      BIO* B105       Intro to Biology                4         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C101          Staff                   Y
                                                                     T(Lab)        01:00 PM-03:50 PM      LRC       B124




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.     ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN      Subject #     Title                     CreditHrs   Days         Time                Building   Wing/Rm   Instructor Prerequisites

 10712     BIO* B111    Intro to Nutrition           3        M            07:00 PM-09:50 PM    AST       C211      M. Hiza               Y
 10028     BIO* B111    Intro to Nutrition           3        T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM    V3        V131      M. Hiza               Y
 10025     BIO* B112    Applied Nutrition            3        W            02:30 PM-05:20 PM    LRC       B209      M. Hiza               Y
 11351     BIO* B115    Human Biology                4        WF           08:00 AM-09:20 AM    V3        V131      Staff                 Y
                                                              F(Lab)       09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B127
 10791     BIO* B115    Human Biology                4        MW           08:00 AM-09:20 AM    LOWE      L245      W. Klein              Y
                                                              M(Lab)       09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B127
 10577     BIO* B115    Human Biology                4        MW           08:00 AM-09:20 AM    LOWE      L245      W. Klein              Y
                                                              W(Lab)       09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B127
 10673     BIO* B115    Human Biology                4        TR           12:30 PM-01:50 PM    V5        V151      Staff                 Y
                                                              R(Lab)       02:00 PM-04:50 PM    LRC       B127
 10027     BIO* B115    Human Biology                4        TR           12:30 PM-01:50 PM    V5        V151      Staff                 Y
                                                              T(Lab)       02:00 PM-04:50 PM    LRC       B127
 10026     BIO* B115    Human Biology                4        TR           05:30 PM-06:50 PM    LRC       B129      P. McManus            Y
                                                              T(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B127
 10023     BIO* B121    General Biology I            4        MW           08:00 AM-09:20 AM    V6        V162      P. McManus            Y
                                                              M(Lab)       09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B124
 10526     BIO* B121    General Biology I            4        MW           08:00 AM-09:20 AM    V6        V162      P. McManus            Y
                                                              W(Lab)       09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B124
 10793     BIO* B121    General Biology I            4        TR           03:30 PM-04:50 PM    AST       C101      Staff                 Y
                                                              R(Lab)       12:30 PM-03:20 PM    LRC       B124
 10604     BIO* B121    General Biology I            4        TR           03:30 PM-04:50 PM    AST       C111      Staff                 Y
                                                              R(Lab)       05:30 PM-08:20 PM    LRC       B124
 10022     BIO* B121    General Biology I            4        TR           05:30 PM-06:50 PM    LRC       B214      J. Morris             Y
                                                              T(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B124
 10024● BIO* B122       General Biology II           4      TR           05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C107      R. Mintell            Y
                                                            R(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B127
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
 10830     BIO* B211    Anatomy & Physiology I       4        WF           08:00 AM-09:20 AM    AST       C101      Staff                 Y
                                                              F(Lab)       09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B128
 10215     BIO* B211    Anatomy & Physiology I       4        MW           05:30 PM-06:50 PM    LOWE      L243      Staff                 Y
                                                              M(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B128
 10216     BIO* B211    Anatomy & Physiology I       4        MW           05:30 PM-06:50 PM    LOWE      L243      Staff                 Y
                                                              W(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B128
 10794     BIO* B211    Anatomy & Physiology I       4        TR           11:00 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B208      Staff                 Y
                                                              T(Lab)       12:30 PM-03:20 PM    LRC       B128
 10476● BIO* B212       Anatomy & Physiology II      4      MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM    AST       C210      P. Jones              Y
                                                            M(Lab)         01:00 PM-03:50 PM    LRC       B128
 10204● BIO* B212 Anatomy & Physiology II         4         MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM    AST       C210      P. Jones              Y
                                                            W(Lab)         01:00 PM-03:50 PM    LRC       B128
 10705  BIO* B212 Anatomy & Physiology II         4         TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM    AST       C101      W. Klein              Y
                                                            R(Lab)         09:30 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B128
 10921  BIO* B212 Anatomy & Physiology II         4         TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM    LRC       B209      Staff                 Y
                                                            R(Lab)         01:00 PM-03:50 PM    LRC       B128
 10030  BIO* B212 Anatomy & Physiology II         4         TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM    V5        V151      Staff                 Y
                                                            R(Lab)         07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B128
 10031  BIO* B212 Anatomy & Physiology II         4         TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM    V5        V151      Staff                 Y
                                                            T(Lab)         07:00 PM-09:50 PM    LRC       B128
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.




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Manchester Community College                                          Class Schedule                                                           Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10029● BIO* B235           Microbiology                    MW
                                                           4                       11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C101          J. Morris              Y
                                                           MW(Lab)                 12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B127          J. Morris              Y
10582  BIO* B235 Microbiology                    4         MW(Lab)                 05:30 PM-06:50 PM      LRC       B127          Staff                  Y
                                                           MW                      07:00 PM-08:20 PM      AST       C107          Staff                  Y
10704  BIO* B235 Microbiology                    4         TR                      09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C101          Staff                  Y
                                                           TR(Lab)                 11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B127          Staff                  Y
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
11352      BIO* B260       Principles of Genetics          3         MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      V5        V151          Staff                  Y

  Business, Entrepreneurship                          BES*
All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
ENG* 093.
11280✖ BES* B118 Small Business Management 3                                   (Online course)                            T. Janeczek                    Y
10568     BES* B118 Small Business Management 3                 TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST          C107        T. Janeczek                    Y
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

  Business, Finance                   BFN*
All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
ENG* 093.
10843      BFN* B202       Corporate Finance               4         M             05:30 PM-09:20 PM      LOWE      L233          Staff                  Y
10841      BFN* B202       Corporate Finance               4         TR            09:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B214          G. Buckles             Y
10842      BFN* B202       Corporate Finance               4         TR            12:30 PM-02:20 PM      LRC       B214          G. Buckles             Y

  Business, Financial Planning                         BFP*
All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
ENG* 093.
11314      BFP* B210       Fund of Personal Fin Plan       3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B219          S. Baranowski          Y
10935      BFP* B220       Risk Management                 3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L213          Staff                  N
11315      BFP* B230       Investment Management           3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L213          Staff                  Y

  Business, General                   BBG*
All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
ENG* 093.
11289      BBG* B101       Introduction to Business        3         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LOWE      L213          T. Janeczek            Y
11291      BBG* B101       Introduction to Business        3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LOWE      L213          T. Janeczek            Y
11292      BBG* B101       Introduction to Business        3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C201          Staff                  Y
11293      BBG* B234       Legal Environment of Bus        3         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      V6        V162          S. Serow               Y
11297      BBG* B234       Legal Environment of Bus        3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C201          Staff                  Y
11296      BBG* B234       Legal Environment of Bus        3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C210          Staff                  Y
11294      BBG* B234       Legal Environment of Bus        3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L245          S. Serow               Y
11295      BBG* B234       Legal Environment of Bus        3         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LOWE      L233          S. Serow               Y
10437✖ BBG* B295 Coop Work Experience                   3                       (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            Y
10500      BBG* B295 Co-op Work Experience I            3        T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                Y
10501      BBG* B295 Co-op Work Experience I            3        W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               Y
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.



Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.     ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #     Title                         CreditHrs   Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm     Instructor Prerequisites

   Business, Management                      BMG*
 All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
 ENG* 093.
 11299✖ BMG* B202 Principles of Management 3                                    (Online course)                            D. Dorsey                    Y
 11298     BMG* B202 Principles of Management 3                  MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM LOWE L241                D. Waldron                   Y
 11300     BMG* B202 Principles of Management 3                  W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LRC          B219        Staff                        Y
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 10392✖ BMG* B204 Managerial Communication 3                                    (Online course)                            D. Dorsey                    Y
 10020     BMG* B204 Managerial Communication 3                  M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LOWE L245                Staff                        Y
 10019     BMG* B204 Managerial Communication 3                  TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LRC          B220        Staff                        Y
 11445     BMG* B204 Managerial Communication 3                  TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST          C210        Staff                        Y
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 10862      BMG* B210     Organizational Behavior          3        R            07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       E202        Staff                     Y
 11302      BMG* B210     Organizational Behavior          3        TR           09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L243        T. Janeczek               Y

   Business, Marketing                  BMK*
 All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
 ENG* 093.
 10867      BMK* B201     Principles of Marketing          3        MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C202        D. Waldron                Y
 10937      BMK* B201     Principles of Marketing          3        R            07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L141        Staff                     Y
 10715      BMK* B201     Principles of Marketing          3        TR           12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       C212        D. Waldron                Y
 10569      BMK* B220     Sales                            3        TR           02:00 PM-03:20 PM      LRC       B208        D. Waldron                Y
 10492      BMK* B260     Relationship Marketing           3        MW           02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C107        C. Stafford               N

   Business Office Technology                        BOT*
 Some Business Office Technology classes are AVT instructed. AVT is an individualized, flexible teaching method using tapes and CDs to introduce les-
 sons. Students are given assignments with one-on-one teaching assistance available at all times. Students work independently in the AVT lab (room L103)
 any time during the hours listed below. During the first week of classes students taking AVT classes should report to LOWE, room L103 during lab
 hours for a course orientation. If you have any questions about AVT instruction, call Kathleen Sullivan at 860-512-2646. One credit AVT courses will re-
 ceive assignment schedules on a first-come, first serve basis.


                                                              ◗ Lab Hours For All
                                                    Business Office Technology AVT Courses
                                                               M         09:00 AM-07:00 PM
                                                               T         08:00 AM-03:30 PM
                                                               W         08:00 AM-07:00 PM
                                                               R         08:00 AM-03:30 PM
                                                               F         08:00 AM-01:00 PM



 10792◗     BOT* B100     Comptr Lit for Coll Success      2                     (AVT hours, pg, 30)    LOWE      L103        K. Sullivan               N

 10225◗     BOT* B101     Basic Keyboarding                1                     (AVT hours, pg, 30)    LOWE      L103        K. Sullivan               N
 10229      BOT* B111     Keyboarding for Info Pro I       3        MW           09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L105        K. Grove                  N
 11388      BOT* B111     Keyboarding for Info Pro I       3        MW           12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LOWE      L105        Staff                     N
 10230      BOT* B111     Keyboarding for Info Pro I       3        TR           09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L105        D. Demarco                N
 10227      BOT* B111     Keyboarding for Info Pro I       3        TR           12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LOWE      L104        K. Grove                  N
 10228      BOT* B111     Keyboarding for Info Pro I       3        TR           07:00 PM-08:20 PM      LOWE      L105        Staff                     N
 10231      BOT* B112     Keyboarding for Info Pro II      3        MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LOWE      L105        K. Grove                  Y


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Manchester Community College                                        Class Schedule                                                            Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs    Days          Time                  Building   Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites

10273◗     BOT* B114       Skillbuilding I                1                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         K. Sullivan             Y

10274◗     BOT* B115       Skillbuilding II               1                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y

10233◗     BOT* B120       Speedwriting                   3                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
10226      BOT* B122       Writing Procedures             3        MW            07:00 PM-08:20 PM       LOWE      L104         D. Demarco              N
10235      BOT* B137       Word Processing Applic         3        TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM       LOWE      L104         K. Sullivan             Y
10990      BOT* B139       Grammar, Usage, & Style        3        TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM       LOWE      L243         M. DiRaimo              Y

10849◗     BOT* B151       Introduction to Word           1                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
                           01/22/2007-02/23/2007

10850◗     BOT* B152       Intermediate Word              1                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
                           02/26/2007-04/06/2007

10851◗     BOT* B153       Advanced Word                  1                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
                           04/09/2007-05/07/2007

10234◗     BOT* B163       Records Management             3                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   N

10275◗     BOT* B171       Legal Documents                3                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
10574✖ BOT* B180 Medical Terminology                   3                       (Online course)                            K. Sullivan                   N
10239◗ BOT* B180 Medical Terminology                   3                       (AVT hours, pg, 30) LOWE L103              Staff                         N
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
10575      BOT* B181       Medical Coding I               3        T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LRC       B219         P. Davis                Y
10393      BOT* B182       Medical Coding II              3        R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LRC       B219         P. Davis                Y
10240      BOT* B219       Integrated Office Applications 3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       LOWE      L104         K. Grove                Y
10433      BOT* B230       Microsoft Ofc Suite Aplcatns 3          TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       LOWE      L105         D. Demarco              Y

10232◗     BOT* B240       Machine Transcription          3                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
10238      BOT* B251       Administrative Procedures      3        MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM       LOWE      L104         D. Demarco              Y
11450      BOT* B254       Business Etiquette 21st Cent 2          MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       LOWE      L104         Staff                   N
                           01/22/2007-04/04/2007

10678◗     BOT* B270       Legal Terminology & Trnscrpt 3                        (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y

10236◗     BOT* B280       Medical Trnscrpt & Doc Proc 3                         (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y

10237◗     BOT* B286       Med Machine Transcription      3                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y

10728◗     BOT* B289       Practical Pharmacology         3                      (AVT hours, pg, 30)     LOWE      L103         Staff                   Y
10438✖ BOT* B296 Coop Work Experience                   3                       (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            Y
10498      BOT* B296 Cooperative Work Experience 3               T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                Y
10499      BOT* B296 Cooperative Work Experience 3               W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               Y
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

  Chemistry               CHE*
Please consult course description section for chemistry course prerequisites.
11353      CHE* B111       Concepts of Chemistry          4        MW            08:00 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C111         T. Zownir               Y
10205      CHE* B111       Concepts of Chemistry          4        MW            12:30 PM-03:20 PM       AST       C111         T. Zownir               Y
10578      CHE* B111       Concepts of Chemistry          4        MW            05:30 PM-08:20 PM       AST       C111         Staff                   Y
10052      CHE* B111       Concepts of Chemistry          4        TR            11:00 AM-01:50 PM       AST       C111         T. Zownir               Y


Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #     Title                      CreditHrs    Days          Time                   Building   Wing/Rm   Instructor Prerequisites

 10702      CHE* B111 Concepts of Chemistry               4        TR              05:30 PM-08:20 PM    AST       C111      Staff                 Y
 For the above sections of CHE* 111, the laboratory is integrated with class lecture.

 10053      CHE* B121     General Chemistry I           4        MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM       AST       C212      Staff                 Y
                                                                 M(Lab)         09:30 AM-12:20 PM       AST       C110
 10206      CHE* B121     General Chemistry I           4        MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM       AST       C212      Staff                 Y
                                                                 W(Lab)         09:30 AM-12:20 PM       AST       C110
 10054      CHE* B122     General Chemistry II          4        TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C210      C. Pai                Y
                                                                 R(Lab)         11:00 AM-01:50 PM       AST       C110
 10528      CHE* B122     General Chemistry II          4        TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C210      C. Pai                Y
                                                                 T(Lab)         11:00 AM-01:50 PM       AST       C110
 10200      CHE* B122     General Chemistry II          4        TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM       LRC       B219      Staff                 Y
                                                                 T(Lab)         07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C110
 10800      CHE* B212     Organic Chemistry II          4        MW             05:30 PM-06:50 PM       LRC       B129      C. Pai                Y
                                                                 M(Lab)         07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C110

   Communication                  COM*
 10430      COM* B101 Intro to Mass Communication 3              MW             03:30 PM-04:50 PM       AST       C204      H. Ricker-Gilbert     N
 10810      COM* B101 Intro to Mass Communication 3              TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM       LOWE      L243      A. Kim                N
 10223      COM* B108 Issues Print & Broadcasting 3              TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM       LRC       B214      S. Campbell           N
 10808      COM* B154     Film Study & Appreciaton      3        F              08:00 AM-10:50 AM       V5        V151      L. Rotondaro          N
 10480      COM* B154     Film Study & Appreciaton      3        F              11:00 AM-01:50 PM       V5        V151      M. DiRaimo            N
 10056      COM* B154     Film Study & Appreciaton      3        M              02:00 PM-04:50 PM       V5        V151      J. Walden             N
 10599      COM* B154     Film Study & Appreciaton      3        W              02:00 PM-04:50 PM       V5        V151      R. Kagan              N
 11401      COM* B154     Film Study & Appreciaton      3        W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM       V5        V151      R. Kagan              N
 10942      COM* B166     Video Filmmaking              3        F              08:00 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B218      Staff                 N
 10522      COM* B166     Video Filmmaking              3        F              11:00 AM-01:50 PM       LRC       B218      E. Luna               N
 10057      COM* B166     Video Filmmaking              3        TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM       LRC       B218      R. Kagan              N
 10809      COM* B166     Video Filmmaking              3        TR             04:00 PM-05:20 PM       LRC       B218      E. Luna               N
 10943      COM* B166     Video Filmmaking              3        W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LRC       B218      D. Sweeney            N
 10941      COM* B172 Interpersonal Communication 3              MW             03:30 PM-04:50 PM       LOWE      L141      E. Hanson             Y
 10244      COM* B172 Interpersonal Communication 3              R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LOWE      L124      P. Winters            Y
 10811      COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3    F              11:00 AM-01:50 PM AST                 C204      A. Kim                Y
 10886■     COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3    F              06:00 PM-09:35 PM AST                 C204      Staff                 Y
                                                             S              09:00 AM-12:35 PM AST                 C204
 10243   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST                 C204      S. Erardi             Y
 10532   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST                 C204      E. Hanson             Y
 10242   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST                 C204      C. Bowlen             Y
 10218   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM AST                 C204      A. Kim                Y
 10219   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       MW             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST                 C204      L. Ryan               Y
 10580   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST                 C204      S. Davis              Y
 10479   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       MW             05:30 PM-06:50 PM AST                 C204      S. Erardi             Y
 10944   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST                 C204      D. Sweeney            Y
 10581   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST                 C204      J. Sanchez            Y
 10217● COM* B173 Public Speaking                    3       TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST                 C204      P. Sullivan           Y
 10220● COM* B173 Public Speaking                    3       TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST                 C204      J. Walden             Y
 10221   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM AST                 C204      H. Ricker-Gilbert     Y
 10222   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST                 C204      H. Ricker-Gilbert     Y
 11404   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST                 C204      L. Koteen             Y
 10812   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       TR             04:00 PM-05:20 PM AST                 C204      Staff                 Y
 10813   COM* B173 Public Speaking                   3       W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST                 C204      S. Gonzalez           Y
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

32          COURSE PREREQUISITES, SEMESTER OFFERED DESIGNATIONS AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS ON PAGES 60-86.
Manchester Community College                                        Class Schedule                                                          Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                     CreditHrs      Days          Time                  Building   Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites

10695      COM* B177 Broadcast Performance               3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B209         A. Kim                  N
10425      COM* B186 Computer Animation                  3         MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM       LRC       B207         E. Hogan                Y
10036      COM* B213 Electronic Publishing               3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LRC       B218         R. Chamalian            N
10034      COM* B222 Reporting/Writing News Stori 3                TR            05:30 PM-06:50 PM       AST       C128         S. Davis                Y
10431      COM* B223 Report & Writ Feature Stori         3         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       LRC       B221         S. Davis                Y
10391      COM* B242 Adv Broadcast/TV Produc             4         TR            03:30 PM-05:20 PM       LRC       B214         J. Murray               N
10426      COM* B286 Adv Computer Animation              3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM       LRC       B207         E. Hogan                Y
10504✖ COM* B295 Internship I                           3                       (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            N
10035      COM* B295 Internship I                       3        T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                N
10505      COM* B295 Internship I                       3        W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               N
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
10859✖ COM* B296 Internship II                          3                       (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            N
10858      COM* B296 Internship II                      3        T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                N
10857      COM* B296 Internship II                      3        W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               N
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
10871      COM* B298 Ind. Study in Adv Video/Filmma                3             To be arranged                                 R. Kagan                N

  Computer-Aided Design                         CAD*
10868      CAD* B110       Introduction to CAD           3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C128         C. Seaver               N
10032      CAD* B110       Introduction to CAD           3         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C128         M. Faezi                N
10923      CAD* B110       Introduction to CAD           3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       AST       C128         C. Seaver               N
10033      CAD* B218       CAD 3D Mech AUTOCAD           3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C128         M. Faezi                Y
11441      CAD* B220       Parametric Des (Solidworks) 3           MW            04:00 PM-05:20 PM       AST       C128         M. Faezi                Y

  Computer Science                    CSC*
11372✖ CSC* B101 Intro to Computers                    3                       (Online course)                            M. Rooke                      Y
10432     CSC* B101 Intro to Computers                 3        MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LRC          B222        S. Rimetz                     Y
10050     CSC* B101 Intro to Computers                 3        T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST          C135        J. Lachowitz                  Y
10047     CSC* B101 Intro to Computers                 3        TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM LRC          B222        J. Lachowitz                  Y
10048     CSC* B101 Intro to Computers                 3        TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LRC          B222        J. Lachowitz                  Y
10045     CSC* B101 Intro to Computers                 3        TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM LRC          B222        J. Lachowitz                  Y
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
10766  CSC* B125 Progrm Logic/Design w/C++ 3               M            07:00 PM-09:50 PM                AST       C131         Staff                   Y
10460● CSC* B125 Progrm Logic/Design w/C++ 3               MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM                LRC       B220         F. D’Angelo             Y
10461  CSC* B125 Progrm Logic/Design w/C++ 3               TR           02:00 PM-03:20 PM                LRC       B222         R. Gnall                Y
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
10774      CSC* B205       Visual Basic Net I            3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C135         M. Camper               Y
10680      CSC* B213       Obj Orient Prgrm Using C++ 3            MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       AST       C135         C. Schwartz             Y
10679      CSC* B213       Obj Orient Prgrm Using C++ 3            R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C135         C. Schwartz             Y
10681      CSC* B214       Advanced C++ Program          3         MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM       AST       C128         C. Schwartz             Y
11380      CSC* B220       Obj Orient Prgrm Usng Java 3            R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C128         F. D’Angelo             Y
11381      CSC* B221       Advanced Java Program I       3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C135         Staff                   Y

Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #      Title                       CreditHrs     Days          Time                  Building   Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites

 10462      CSC* B230      Dbase Concepts/Web Apps 3                 TR           02:00 PM-03:20 PM       AST       C135         C. Schwartz             Y
 11440      CSC* B241      Data Structures & Algorithms 4            MW           03:30 PM-05:20 PM       LOWE      L233         P. Poulos               Y
 10439✖ CSC* B295 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                                      (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            Y
 10502      CSC* B295 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                   T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                Y
 10503      CSC* B295 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                   W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               Y
 Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
 class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

   Computer Systems Applications                              CSA*
 10844      CSA* B105      Intro to Software Applications 3          MW           09:30 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B221         T. White-Hassler        N
 10918      CSA* B105      Intro to Software Applications 3          MW           12:30 PM-01:50 PM       LRC       B221         D. Lindsay              N
 10845      CSA* B105      Intro to Software Applications 3          TR           11:00 AM-12:20 PM       LRC       B221         Staff                   N
 10039      CSA* B115      Windows                        2          MW           03:30 PM-05:20 PM       LRC       B221         J. Lachowitz            Y
                           01/22/2007-03/12/2007
 10037      CSA* B115      Windows                        2          TR           09:00 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B221         Staff                   Y
                           01/18/2007-03/08/2007
 10041      CSA* B115      Windows                        2          W            07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LOWE      L233         J. Lachowitz            Y
                           02/28/2007-05/02/2007
 11371      CSA* B135      Spreadsheet Applications       3          W            07:00 PM-09:50 PM       LRC       B222         F. D’Angelo             Y

   Computer Systems Technology                           CST*
 11382✖ CST* B110 Introduction Info Technology 3                                (Online course)                            R. Sabadosa                   Y
 10788     CST* B110 Intro to Info Technology           3        MW             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST          C128        R. Sabadosa                   Y
 10463     CST* B110 Intro to Info Technology           3        W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST          C131        Staff                         Y
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 10682      CST* B123      Computer Operating Systems 4              MW           09:00 AM-11:25 AM       LOWE      L102         F. D’Angelo             Y
 10684      CST* B131      Network Theory & Applicatn 4              TR           11:00 AM-12:50 PM       AST       C139         R. Sabadosa             Y
 10683      CST* B131      Network Theory & Applicatn 4              TR           05:00 PM-06:50 PM       AST       C139         R. Gnall                Y
 11385      CST* B132      Network Infrastructure         3          R            07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C131         S. Moore                Y
 10685      CST* B141      Computer Hardware              4          TR           09:00 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C139         R. Sabadosa             Y
 10789      CST* B150      Web Design & Development I 3              MW           12:30 PM-01:50 PM       AST       C135         S. Rimetz               Y
 10464      CST* B150      Web Design & Development I 3              T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C131         S. Rimetz               Y
 11386      CST* B238      Cmp Op Syst - Windw Server 4              MW(Lab)      05:30 PM-06:50 PM       LOWE      L102         R. Gnall                Y
 11386      CST* B238      Cmp Op Syst - Windw Server 4              W(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:00 PM       LOWE      L102         R. Gnall                Y
 10933      CST* B250      Web Design/Development II 3               MW           02:00 PM-03:20 PM       AST       C131         S. Rimetz               Y
 11387      CST* B277      Network Internet Security      4          TR           07:00 PM-08:50 PM       AST       C139         Staff                   Y

   Criminal Justice                CJS*
 10907      CJS* B101      Intro To Criminal Justice      3          MW           08:00 AM-09:20 AM       V5        V151         A. Freiheit             N
 10960      CJS* B101      Intro To Criminal Justice      3          MW           09:30 AM-10:50 AM       V5        V151         A. Freiheit             N
 11326      CJS* B101      Intro To Criminal Justice      3          T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM       V5        V151         A. Freiheit             N
 11327      CJS* B105      Intro to Law Enforcement       3          MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM       LOWE      L243         J. Fairchild            N
 11328      CJS* B105      Intro to Law Enforcement       3          TR           12:30 PM-01:50 PM       V2        V127         J. Fairchild            N
 11426      CJS* B126      Gangs and Families             1          FS           08:00 AM-04:00 PM       LRC       B214         Staff                   N
                           02/02/2007-02/03/2007


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Manchester Community College                                         Class Schedule                                                             Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs     Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

11427      CJS* B130       Profiles of Serial Offenders    1         FS            08:00 AM-04:00 PM      LRC       B214          Staff                    N
                           04/20/2007-04/21/2007
11428      CJS* B138       Shooting Reconstruction        1         FS            08:00 AM-04:00 PM      LRC       B214          Staff                    N
                           02/23/2007-02/24/2007
10253      CJS* B212       Criminal Law II                3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C201          D. Nicholson-Martin      Y
10908      CJS* B212       Criminal Law II                3         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       C210          D. Nicholson-Martin      Y
10539      CJS* B212       Criminal Law II                3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      V6        V162          Staff                    Y
10046      CJS* B213       Evidence & Crmnal Proced       3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       E202          D. Nicholson-Martin      N
10044      CJS* B213       Evidence & Crmnal Proced       3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      V5        V151          D. Nicholson-Martin      N
10254      CJS* B220       Criminal Investigation         3         MW            04:00 PM-05:20 PM      AST       C209          J. Fairchild             Y
11324      CJS* B222       Computer Investigation Techn 3           R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      V3        V131          J. Wardwell              N
10521      CJS* B226       Forensic Science II            3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C107          R. O’Brien               Y
10913      CJS* B240       Correctional Administration    3         T             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      LOWE      L141          J. Sieminski             Y
10465      CJS* B250       Police Org & Administration 3            TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      V5        V151          A. Freiheit              N
10042      CJS* B250       Police Org & Administration 3            TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      V5        V151          A. Freiheit              N
11489      CJS* B255       Ethical Issues in Crim Justice 3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      V6        V162          J. Fairchild             N
11323      CJS* B293 CJ Co-op Work Experience 3                  W              02:30 PM-03:50 PM LOWE L124                     J. Fairchild             N
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.

10852      CJS* B294       Homeland Security              3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L243          M. Nockunas              N
10474      CJS* B298       Police Photography             3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B209          M. Newth                 N

  Digital Arts             DGA*              See also GRA* for Graphic Design and Art* for Art courses
10421      DGA* B111       Intro to Computer Graphics     3         MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      LRC       B218          R. Ghani                 N
10838      DGA* B111       Intro to Computer Graphics     3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      LRC       B218          L. Grace                 N
11432      DGA* B111       Intro to Computer Graphics     3         TR            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      LRC       B218          M. Judge                 N
10584      DGA* B111       Intro to Computer Graphics     3         TR            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      LRC       B218          P. Nelson                N
10422      DGA* B212       Adv Computer Graphics II       3         TR            06:00 PM-09:00 PM      LRC       B207          H. Sumani                Y
10423      DGA* B214       Adv Computer Graphics III      3         TR            06:00 PM-09:00 PM      LRC       B207          H. Sumani                Y
10424      DGA* B216       Adv Computer Graphics IV       3         TR            06:00 PM-09:00 PM      LRC       B207          H. Sumani                Y
10641      DGA* B240       Web Design                     3         TR            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      LRC       B207          D. Tow                   Y
10585      DGA* B261       Computer Animation I           3         MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      LRC       B207          E. Hogan                 Y
11437      DGA* B262       Computer Animation II          3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      LRC       B207          E. Hogan                 Y
10428      DGA* B283       Digital Video Editing          3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      LRC       B207          M. O’Connor              Y
10436      DGA* B287       Advanced Digital Video         3         MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      LRC       B207          M. O’Connor              Y
10954      DGA* B298       Special Topics In Multimedia 3                         To be arranged                                 E. Hogan                 Y
10865      DGA* B298       Digital Short Films          3           MW            06:00 PM-09:00 PM      LRC       B207          M. O’Connor              Y

  Drug/Alcohol Recovery Counselor                             DAR*
10700   DAR* B101 Pblc Hlth Iss Abuse & Addct 3              M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST                   C212          C. Stanley               N
10773   DAR* B101 Pblc Hlth Iss Abuse & Addct 3              MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM LOWE                  L243          M. Kelliher              N
10740■ DAR* B101 Pblc Hlth Iss Abuse & Addct 3               S             08:00 AM-04:35 PM LOWE                  L141          Staff                    N
■ Weekend College course (Session 3: January 5, 2007-February 10, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
11321      DAR* B102       Contemp Issues in Addiction 3            T             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C202          Staff                    N

Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.    ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN       Subject #    Title                      CreditHrs   Days         Time                 Building   Wing/Rm   Instructor Prerequisites

 10633■ DAR* B111 Addiction Counseling I             3       S              08:00 AM-04:35 PM LOWE          L141      Staff                 N
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10565     DAR* B112    Grp Cnslg Theory & Technqs 3           R           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C210      Staff                 N
 10051     DAR* B112    Grp Cnslg Theory & Technqs 3           TR          12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       C209      B. Fox                N
 11397     DAR* B114    Intro to Family Systems       3        TR          05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D203      Staff                 N
 10055     DAR* B158    Biology of Addiction          3        TR          02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       E202      M. Amara              N
 10058     DAR* B158    Biology of Addiction          3        W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L241      A. Young              N
 10637■ DAR* B213 Addiction Counseling II           3         S            08:00 AM-04:35 PM      LOWE      L141      Staff                 Y
 10902   DAR* B213 Addiction Counseling II          3         T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L243      J. Rodriquez          Y
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 5: March 30, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10214     DAR* B252    Counseling Internship II      6        W           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       E202      B. Fox                Y

   Early Childhood Education                      ECE*
 10764     ECE* B101    Intro to ECE                  3        T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L124      S. VanNess            N
 10196     ECE* B101    Intro to ECE                  3        W           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C203      S. VanNess            N
 10769     ECE* B103    Creative Exper/Children       3        W           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      LOWE      L241      S. Jenkin             N
 10901     ECE* B109    Science & Math for Children 3          R           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      LOWE      L141      S. Jenkin             Y
 10771     ECE* B131    Children’s Literature         3        W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      V3        V131      S. Bond               Y
 10246     ECE* B214    Obsv Assmt & Particip Sem 4            T           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C212      A. Wakelin            Y
 10400     ECE* B222    Methods & Tech in ECE     3            M           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      LOWE      L241      S. O’Donnell          N
 10085     ECE* B222    CDA Methods & Tech in ECE 3            R           05:30 PM-08:20 PM      LRC       B125      B. Reichert           N
 10401     ECE* B224    Advanced EC Curriculum        3        W           02:00 PM-04:50 PM      LOWE      L242      B. Reichert           Y
 10770     ECE* B231    Early Lang & Literacy Devlpt 3         M           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B209      M. Newman             Y
 10847     ECE* B241    Methods & Tech/Inf & Toddl    3        R           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C212      P. Carleen            N
 10197     ECE* B290    CDA Field Experience          3                    To be arranged                             B. Reichert           Y
 10767     ECE* B295    Student Teaching Practicum 6           M           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      LOWE      L213      S. VanNess            Y

     Earth Science              EAS*
 10069     EAS* B102    Earth Science                 3        F           08:00 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C107      Staff                 N
 10701     EAS* B102    Earth Science                 3        TR          08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C107      Staff                 N
 10067     EAS* B102    Earth Science                 3        TR          03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       C107      Staff                 N

   Economics             ECN*
 10070●    ECN* B101    Principles Macroeconomics     3        MW          09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C209      F. Antar              Y
 10071     ECN* B101    Principles Macroeconomics     3        TR          11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C209      F. Antar              Y
 10777     ECN* B101    Principles Macroeconomics     3        TR          02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C209      F. Antar              Y
 10072     ECN* B101    Principles Macroeconomics     3        W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L124      M. Gilbert            Y
 10073  ECN* B102 Principles Microeconomics 3               MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM        AST       C209      F. Antar              Y
 10076  ECN* B102 Principles Microeconomics 3               T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM        V6        V162      J. Angeli             Y
 10074  ECN* B102 Principles Microeconomics 3               TR           09:30 AM-10:50 AM        AST       C209      F. Antar              Y
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

   Electrical Engineering Technology                      EET*
 10836     EET* B108    AC/DC Circuit Analysis        4        TR          05:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C135      O. Glenn              N




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Manchester Community College                                        Class Schedule                                                            Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                      CreditHrs     Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

  Engineering Science (General)                          EGR*
11322      EGR* B101       Engineering Experience        3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C142          O. Glenn                N
10833      EGR* B101       Engineering Experience        3         TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C142          C. Seaver               N
10924      EGR* B111       Introduction to Engineering   3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C142          O. Glenn                Y
10872      EGR* B111       Introduction to Engineering   3         TR            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      LRC       B222          P. Poulos               Y
10087      EGR* B212       Engineering Dynamics          3         MW            04:00 PM-05:20 PM      AST       C207          O. Glenn                Y
10864      EGR* B221       Into to Elctrcl Circuit Analys 4        TR(Lab)       07:00 PM-09:20 PM      LRC       B221          P. Poulos               Y
11319      EGR* B230       C++ for Engineers             3         MW            04:00 PM-05:20 PM      AST       C135          C. Seaver               Y

  English              ENG*

                                                              Assessment Test - English
                                                     Students who plan to enroll in an English course
                                                     for the first time must take the assessment test.

                                                      New Students & Continuing Students: see page 7
                                                            for assessment testing information.


10816      ENG* B043       Writing: Paragraph to Essay   0         M             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D205          Staff                   Y
10815      ENG* B043       Writing: Paragraph to Essay   0         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B208          K. Finegan              Y
10553      ENG* B043       Writing: Paragraph to Essay   0         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B219          K. Hamilton Bobrow      Y
10817      ENG* B043       Writing: Paragraph to Essay   0         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B208          Staff                   Y
10614      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MTWR          08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       D203          K. Finegan              Y
10615      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MTWR          09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D203          T. Millner-Harlee       Y
10890      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MW            08:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B219          Staff                   Y
10617      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B209          G. Hammond              Y
                                                                   MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       D205
10618      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B219          W. Haynes               Y
                                                                   MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B208
10619      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MW            12:30 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C207          Mariana DiRaimo         Y
10818      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MW            04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D203          Staff                   Y
10620      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         MW            07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C210          Staff                   Y
10746      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      LOWE      L245          Staff                   Y
                                                                   TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L233
10621      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C111          D. McCormac-Condon Y
                                                                   TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       D203
10622      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B208          S. Straight             Y
                                                                   TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       D205
10616      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         TR            02:00 PM-04:50 PM      AST       C203          Staff                   Y
10623      ENG* B066       Found Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg      0         TR            07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B209          Staff                   Y
10819      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C207          Staff                   Y
10443      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       D203          Staff                   Y
10554      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         MW            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      LRC       B208          Staff                   Y
10485      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         MW            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C207          Staff                   Y
10092      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wtg    0         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C207          K. Bottaro              Y
10895      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      V2        V127          W. Haynes               Y
10486      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B214          K. Klucznik             Y
10530      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C111          Staff                   Y
10127      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wtg    0         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       D205          T. Millner-Harlee       Y
10301      ENG* B093       Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LOWE      L245          Staff                   Y


Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
                                                                                                                                                            37
Spring 2007                                                   Class Schedule                            Manchester Community College

 CRN      Subject #     Title                     CreditHrs   Days        Time               Building   Wing/Rm   Instructor Prerequisites

 10642    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST       D205      K. Hamilton Bobrow    Y
 10444    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      MW             05:30 PM-06:50 PM AST       C207      Staff                 Y
 10130    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wtg    0      T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST       D203      Staff                 Y
 10644    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST       C207      J. Gentile            Y
 11242    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST       D205      Staff                 Y
 10441    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM LRC       B219      Staff                 Y
 10555    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM LRC       B125      Staff                 Y
 10556    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LOWE      L233      P. Sullivan           Y
 10643    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM LOWE      L241      Staff                 Y
 10891    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM AST       C207      J. Gentile            Y
 10128    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wtg    0      TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LRC       B219      K. Finegan            Y
 10597    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST       D203      T. Millner-Harlee     Y
 10129    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wtg    0      TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST       C207      K. Hamilton Bobrow    Y
 10820    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM LRC       B209      Staff                 Y
 10487    ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST       D205      Staff                 Y
 10984■   ENG* B093     Intro to College Rdg & Wrtg   0      F              06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE      L124      Staff                 Y
                                                             S              01:00 PM-04:35 PM LOWE      L124
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10893    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       F          08:00 AM-10:50 AM    AST       D203      Staff                 Y
 10065    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       M          07:00 PM-09:50 PM    AST       D205      Staff                 Y
 10192    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         08:00 AM-09:20 AM    LRC       B209      Staff                 Y
 10059    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         08:00 AM-09:20 AM    AST       C202      Staff                 Y
 10606●   ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         09:30 AM-10:50 AM    LOWE      L213      S. Torres             Y
 10060    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         09:30 AM-10:50 AM    AST       D205      Michael DiRaimo       Y
 10062    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         11:00 AM-12:20 PM    V2        V127      Staff                 Y
 10938    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         11:00 AM-12:20 PM    AST       C207      L. Ryan               Y
 10061    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         12:30 PM-01:50 PM    LRC       B209      Staff                 Y
 10743    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         12:30 PM-01:50 PM    AST       C212      Michael DiRaimo       Y
 10063    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         02:00 PM-03:20 PM    LRC       B219      S. Straight           Y
 10605    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         02:00 PM-03:20 PM    AST       D203      Staff                 Y
 10747    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         03:30 PM-04:50 PM    LRC       B219      Staff                 Y
 10744    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         03:30 PM-04:50 PM    LRC       B214      Staff                 Y
 10064    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM    LRC       B208      Staff                 Y
 10823    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM    LOWE      L141      Staff                 Y
 10078    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       R          04:00 PM-06:50 PM    LOWE      L243      Staff                 Y
 10442    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM    AST       D205      Staff                 Y
 10825    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       S          09:00 AM-11:50 AM    AST       C207      Staff                 Y
 10080    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       T          07:00 PM-09:50 PM    AST       D205      Staff                 Y
 10742    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         08:00 AM-09:20 AM    LRC       B209      Staff                 Y
 10068    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         08:00 AM-09:20 AM    V3        V131      Staff                 Y
 10557    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         09:30 AM-10:50 AM    AST       C107      Staff                 Y
 10077    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         09:30 AM-10:50 AM    AST       C207      L. Ryan               Y
 10531    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         09:30 AM-10:50 AM    LRC       B208      Staff                 Y
 10892    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         11:00 AM-12:20 PM    V5        V151      W. Haynes             Y
 10821    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         11:00 AM-12:20 PM    AST       D205      L. Ryan               Y
 10558    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         12:30 PM-01:50 PM    LRC       B209      Staff                 Y
 10079●   ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         12:30 PM-01:50 PM    LOWE      L245      S. Torres             Y
 11243    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         02:00 PM-03:20 PM    AST       D203      Staff                 Y
 10727●   ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         02:00 PM-03:20 PM    AST       C207      K. Hamilton Bobrow    Y
 10822    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         03:30 PM-04:50 PM    LRC       B219      Staff                 Y
 10405    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       TR         05:30 PM-06:50 PM    AST       C207      Staff                 Y
 10824    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       W          04:00 PM-06:50 PM    AST       D205      R. Strickland         Y
 10066    ENG* B101     Composition                   3       W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM    AST       C207      Staff                 Y




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Manchester Community College                                        Class Schedule                                                             Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                     CreditHrs      Days          Time                  Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10638■     ENG* B101       Composition                   3   F            06:00 PM-09:35 PM              LOWE      L124          Staff                   Y
                                                             S            01:00 PM-04:35 PM              LOWE      L124
■ Weekend College course (Session 5: March 30, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
11290✖● ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature           3                       (Online course)                            P. Sullivan                    Y
10889     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        F              08:00 AM-10:50 AM AST          D205        R. Strickland                  Y
10212     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM V3           V131        K. Klucznik                    Y
10964     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM V3           V131        S. Torres                      Y
10645     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM V3           V131        Staff                          Y
10894     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        MW             05:30 PM-06:50 PM LOWE L124                Staff                          Y
10748     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM V2           V127        R. Strickland                  Y
10247     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST          C211        S. Torres                      Y
10105     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        TR             11:00 AM-12:20 PM AST          C210        Mariana DiRaimo                Y
10559● ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature            3        TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM V3           V131        K. Bottaro                     Y
10965     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM LOWE L213                Staff                          Y
10455     ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature         3        W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LOWE L245                Staff                          Y
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
11439      ENG* B114       Children’s Literature         3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       V3        V131          S. Bond                 Y
10952      ENG* B190       Basic Study Skills            1         MTWR          08:30 AM-12:00 PM       LOWE      L241          Staff                   N
11502      ENG* B190       Basic Study Skills            1         MTWR          05:00 PM-08:30 PM       LOWE      L124          Staff                   N
10953      ENG* B190       Basic Study Skills            1         MTWR          05:00 PM-08:30 PM       LOWE      L241          Staff                   N
10963      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM       LOWE      L245          Staff                   Y
10675      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C207          Staff                   Y
10082      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       AST       D203          J. DeRusha              Y
10081      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       AST       D203          R. Strickland           Y
10488      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C207          Staff                   Y
10083      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM       AST       D205          K. Bottaro              Y
10084      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       AST       D205          J. DeRusha              Y
10086      ENG* B200       Advanced Composition          3         TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM       LRC       B219          Staff                   Y
10896✖ ENG* B202 Technical Writing                     3                       (Online course)                            J. DeRusha                     Y
10100     ENG* B202 Technical Writing                  3        M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LOWE L105                Staff                          Y
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
10991      ENG* B203       Grammar, Usage, and Style 3             TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM       LOWE      L243          Mariana DiRaimo         Y
10112      ENG* B222       American Literature II        3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       V3        V131          K. Klucznik             Y
10113✖● ENG* B246 Modern Western Literature 3                                  (Online course)                            P. Sullivan                    Y
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
10406      ENG* B263       Women in Poetry               3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C212          Mariana DiRaimo         Y
10111      ENG* B282       Creative Writing Poetry       3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C212          S. Straight             Y
10745      ENG* B294       English Practicum             3                       To be arranged                                  P. Sullivan             Y

  English as a Second Language                          ESL*
Please note that this class is scheduled in two different rooms depending on the day of the week.
10407      ESL* B163       ESL Structure I               4         M             09:00 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C203          D. Hossain              Y
                                                                   W             09:00 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B210
10408      ESL* B164       ESL Structure II              4         T             09:00 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B210          D. Hossain              Y
                                                                   R             09:00 AM-10:50 AM       AST       C203
10409      ESL* B164       ESL Structure II              4         T             05:00 PM-06:50 PM       AST       C203          Staff                   Y
                                                                   R             05:00 PM-06:50 PM       LRC       B210

Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.    ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #      Title                        CreditHrs   Days           Time                 Building    Wing/Rm     Instructor Prerequisites

 10410      ESL* B165      ESL Rdg & Writing I             4        M             11:00 AM-12:50 PM       AST       C203        Staff                 Y
                                                                    W             11:00 AM-12:50 PM       LRC       B210
 10411      ESL* B166      Writing & Reading VI            4        M             01:00 PM-02:50 PM       AST       C203        D. Hossain            Y
                                                                    W             01:00 PM-02:50 PM       LRC       B210
 10412      ESL* B166      Writing & Reading VI            4        T             07:00 PM-08:50 PM       AST       C203        Staff                 Y
                                                                    R             07:00 PM-08:50 PM       LRC       B210

   Environmental Science                      EVS*
 10726      EVS* B100      Intro to Environmental Sci      3        MW            08:00 AM-09:20 AM       AST       C107        Staff                 N
 10579      EVS* B100      Intro to Environmental Sci      3        MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM       AST       C107        Staff                 N
 10114      EVS* B100      Intro to Environmental Sci      3        TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       AST       C107        A. Hadley             N
 10490      EVS* B100      Intro to Environmental Sci      3        TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM       AST       C107        A. Hadley             N

 Fine Arts, see Art, Graphic Design, or Digital Arts (ART*, GRA*, DGA*)

   French            FRE*
 10299      FRE* B112      Elementary French II            4        MW            05:00 PM-06:50 PM       LRC       B210        B. Place              N
 10646      FRE* B112      Elementary French II            4        TR            01:00 PM-02:50 PM       LRC       B210        B. Place              N
 11341● FRE* B212          Intermediate French II          4T            11:00 AM-12:50 PM                LRC       B210        B. Place              N
                                                            R            11:00 AM-12:50 PM                AST       C203
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

   Geography               GEO*
 10648      GEO* B101      Intro To Geography              3  MW           09:30 AM-10:50 AM              AST       E202        V. Kier               Y
 10647      GEO* B101      Intro To Geography              3  MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM              AST       E202        V. Kier               Y
 10649      GEO* B101      Intro To Geography              3  T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM              AST       E202        Staff                 Y
 10988■     GEO* B101      Intro To Geography              3  F            06:00 PM-09:35 PM              AST       E202        Staff                 Y
                                                              S            01:00 PM-04:35 PM              AST       E202
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 5: March 30, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10650      GEO* B111      World Regional Geography        3        TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM       AST       E202        V. Kier               Y
 10651      GEO* B111      World Regional Geography        3        TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       AST       E202        V. Kier               Y
 10652      GEO* B204      Geography & Tourism Dev         3        TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       AST       E202        C. Stafford           Y

   Geology              GLG*
 10573      GLG* B121      Intro to Physical Geology       4       MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST           C107          A. Hadley              N
                                                                   W(Lab)        11:00 AM-01:50 PM AST           C107
 10887■‡ GLG* B121 Intro to Physical Geology            4          F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM AST           C107
                          (2/16/07-5/12/07)                        S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM AST           C107
 ■ Weekend College course (Sessions 4 and 5: February 16, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 ‡ Must attend both sessions 4 and 5 (12 weeks) for 4 credits for GLG* B121. Attendance for one session only (6 weeks), will result in 0 credit.

   Graphic Design                  GRA*                 See also ART* for Art and DGA* for Digital Arts courses
 11433      GRA* B151      Graphic Design I                3        MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM       V1        V101        Staff                 N
 10417      GRA* B151      Graphic Design I                3        MW            06:00 PM-08:55 PM       V1        V101        M. Toti               N
 10291      GRA* B151      Graphic Design I                3        TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM       V1        V101        M. O’Connor           N
 10413      GRA* B221      Illustration I                  3        MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM       V1        V101        M. Fain               N
 10414      GRA* B222      Illustration II                 3        MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM       V1        V101        M. Fain               Y
 10415      GRA* B223      Illustration III                3        MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM       V1        V101        M. Fain               Y
 10416      GRA* B224      Illustration IV                 3        MW            12:00 PM-02:55 PM       V1        V101        M. Fain               Y


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Manchester Community College                                            Class Schedule                                                        Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                         CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

11434      GRA* B252       Graphic Design II                 3         MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      V1        V101          Staff                 Y
10418      GRA* B252       Graphic Design II                 3         MW            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      V1        V101          M. Toti               Y
10125      GRA* B252       Graphic Design II                 3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      V1        V101          M. O’Connor           Y
11435      GRA* B253       Graphic Design III                3         MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      V1        V101          Staff                 Y
10419      GRA* B253       Graphic Design III                3         MW            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      V1        V101          M. Toti               Y
10292      GRA* B253       Graphic Design III                3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      V1        V101          M. O’Connor           Y
11436      GRA* B254       Graphic Design IV                 3         MW            09:00 AM-11:55 AM      V1        V101          Staff                 Y
10420      GRA* B254       Graphic Design IV                 3         MW            06:00 PM-08:55 PM      V1        V101          M. Toti               Y
10293      GRA* B254       Graphic Design IV                 3         TR            12:00 PM-02:55 PM      V1        V101          M. O’Connor           Y

  Health (includes Allied Health and related)                        HLT*
10495✖ HLT* B295 Allied Health Coop Wrk Exp 3                                   (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            N
10496      HLT* B295 Allied Health Coop Wrk Exp 3                T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                N
10497      HLT* B295 Allied Health Coop Wrk Exp 3                W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               N
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

  Health, Physical Education                            HPE*
10088      HPE* B102       Physical Fitness and Exercise 3             TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C212          Staff                 N
10803      HPE* B102       Physical Fitness and Exercise 3             W             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C212          Staff                 N
10853      HPE* B104       Adventure Based Dynamics 1                  F             08:30 AM-12:00 PM      LOWE      L155          S. Fredette           N
                           04/20/2007-04/21/2007                       F             12:30 PM-04:30 PM      AST       C212
                                                                       S             08:30 AM-04:30 PM      AST       C212
10668      HPE* B110       Aerobics                          1         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L155          Staff                 N
                           01/22/2007-03/14/2007
10669      HPE* B110       Aerobics                          1         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L155          Staff                 N
                           03/26/2007-05/14/2007
10670      HPE* B116       Weight Training                   1         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L155          Staff                 N
                           01/19/2007-03/13/2007
10671      HPE* B116       Weight Training                   1         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L155          Staff                 N
                           03/15/2007-05/15/2007
11358      HPE* B164       Bowling                           1         F             10:00 AM-01:00 PM      To be arranged          Staff                 N
                           01/19/2007-03/02/2007
10564      HPE* B192       Softball                          1         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B213          Staff                 N
                           03/15/2007-05/15/2007
10477      HPE* B217       Princ & Practices Coaching        3         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      V2        V118          Staff                 N
10434      HPE* B217       Princ & Practices Coaching        3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B129          Staff                 N
10210      HPE* B240       Principles of Fitness             3         M             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C212          Staff                 N
11359      HPE* B242       Intro to Athletic Training        3         F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C212          Staff                 N
11360      HPE* B242       Intro to Athletic Training        3         T             09:30 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C212          Staff                 N
11361      HPE* B252       Intro to Physical Education       3         R             09:30 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C212          Staff                 N
10588      HPE* B257       Adapted Physical Education 3                R             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C212          Staff                 Y




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.       ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN       Subject #      Title                      CreditHrs   Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm     Instructor Prerequisites


   History             HIS*
 10778     HIS* B101      Western Civilization I        3     MW           12:30 PM-01:50 PM         AST       C202        C. Paulin             Y
 10561     HIS* B101      Western Civilization I        3     R            04:00 PM-06:50 PM         AST       C202        T. Slopnick           Y
 10089     HIS* B101      Western Civilization I        3     T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM         AST       C202        T. Slopnick           Y
 10201     HIS* B101      Western Civilization I        3     TR           09:30 AM-10:50 AM         AST       C202        C. Paulin             Y
 10639■    HIS* B101      Western Civilization I        3     F            06:00 PM-09:35 PM         LOWE      L243        Staff                 Y
                                                              S            09:00 AM-12:35 PM         LOWE      L243
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 5: March 30, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10529     HIS* B102      Western Civilization II       3        M             04:00 PM-06:50 PM     AST       C202        P. Navage             Y
 10090     HIS* B102      Western Civilization II       3        MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM     AST       C202        C. Paulin             Y
 10091     HIS* B102      Western Civilization II       3        TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM     AST       C202        C. Paulin             Y
 10466     HIS* B102      Western Civilization II       3        W             04:00 PM-06:50 PM     AST       C202        P. Navage             Y
 10676     HIS* B201      U.S. History I                3     M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST              C202        N. Belanger           Y
 10093●    HIS* B201      U.S. History I                3     MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST              C202        G. Yang               Y
 10094●    HIS* B201      U.S. History I                3     TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST              C202        G. Yang               Y
 10298●    HIS* B201      U.S. History I                3     TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST              C202        G. Yang               Y
 10779     HIS* B201      U.S. History I                3     F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM AST              C202        L. Scozzari           Y
 10634■    HIS* B201      U.S. History I                3     F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE             L243        Staff                 Y
                                                              S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM LOWE             L243
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 3: January 5, 2007-February 10, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10780✖● HIS* B202        U.S. History II               3                       (Online course)                            G. Yang               Y
 10782   HIS* B202        U.S. History II               3        R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST          C202        J. Mueller            Y
 10781   HIS* B202        U.S. History II               3        TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST          C202        L. Scozzari           Y
 10985■ HIS* B202         U.S. History II               3        F              06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE L243                Staff                 Y
                                                                 S              09:00 AM-12:35 PM LOWE L243
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 11366     HIS* B217      African American History II   3        MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM     LRC       B209        G. Yang               Y
 11365     HIS* B227      The Vietnam War               3        W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM     AST       C202        J. Mueller            Y

   Hospitality Management                       HSP*
 All hospitality management students must take the assessment test.
 10775     HSP* B100      Intro to the Hospitality Indus 3       W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM     LOWE      L242        W. Williams           N
 10256     HSP* B101      Principles of Food Prep       3        TR            08:00 AM-09:00 AM     LOWE      L294B       G. Lemaire            Y
                          01/18/07-03/8/07                       TR(Lab)       09:01 AM-12:30 PM     LOWE      L293
 10255     HSP* B101      Principles of Food Prep       3        W             05:30 PM-06:30 PM     LOWE      L294C       C. Stafford           Y
                                                                 W(Lab)        06:31 PM-09:50 PM     LOWE      L292
 10560     HSP* B103      Basic Baking & Pastry Arts    3        F             09:00 AM-10:00 AM     LOWE      L294C       S. Jenkins            Y
                                                                 F(Lab)        10:01 AM-01:30 PM     LOWE      L293
 10402     HSP* B103      Basic Baking & Pastry Arts    3        T             05:30 PM-06:30 PM     LOWE      L294C       J. Pearson            Y
                                                                 T(Lab)        06:31 PM-09:50 PM     LOWE      L293
 10677     HSP* B105      Cake Decorating               2        W(Lab)        02:00 PM-06:00 PM     LOWE      L292        C. Murdock            N
 10260     HSP* B108      Sanitation & Safety           3        M             02:30 PM-05:20 PM     LRC       B209        M. Hiza               Y
 10258     HSP* B112      Regional American Cuisine     4        T             03:31 PM-04:30 PM     LOWE      L294C       C. Stafford           Y
                                                                 T(Lab)        04:31 PM-10:00 PM     LOWE      L292
 10259     HSP* B112      Regional American Cuisine     4        TR            08:00 AM-09:00 AM     LOWE      L294B       G. Lemaire            Y
                          03/13/07-05/15/07                      TR(Lab)       09:01 AM-02:30 PM     LOWE      L293        G. Lemaire            Y


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CRN        Subject #       Title                      CreditHrs      Days           Time                  Building    Wing/Rm        Instructor Prerequisites

10257      HSP* B112       Regional American Cuisine      4         W              08:00 AM-09:00 AM        LOWE      L294B          J. Pearson              Y
                                                                    W(Lab)         09:01 AM-02:25 PM        LOWE      L293
11265      HSP* B115       Food Store Systems             3         R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        AST       D203           Staff                   N
10262      HSP* B201       International Foods            4         R              03:00 PM-04:00 PM        LOWE      L294C          S. Jenkins              Y
                                                                    R(Lab)         04:01 PM-09:30 PM        LOWE      L293
10261      HSP* B210       Buffet Catering                4         T              08:00 AM-09:00 AM        LRC       B208           L. Coons                Y
                                                                    T(Lab)         09:01 AM-02:30 PM        LOWE      L292
10870      HSP* B212       Equipment Design & Layout 3              M              04:00 PM-06:50 PM        AST       C203           G. Lemaire              Y
10403      HSP* B215       Baking & Pastry Arts II        3         W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM        LOWE      L294B          L. Coons                Y
                                                                    W(Lab)         06:31 PM-09:50 PM        LOWE      L293
10295      HSP* B234       Supported Educ-Foodserv        4         MWR            08:00 AM-02:00 PM        LOWE      L294C          S. Jenkins              Y
10961      HSP* B235       Advanced Pastry Arts           3         R              05:30 PM-06:30 PM        LOWE      L294C          L. Coons                Y
                                                                    R(Lab)         06:31 PM-09:50 PM        LOWE      L292
10491      HSP* B238       Relationship Marketing         3         MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM        AST       C107           C. Stafford             N
10968      HSP* B296 Cooperative Education              3        T              02:31 PM-03:30 PM LOWE L124                     M. Hiza                  N
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.

  Human Services                    HSE*
10095      HSE* B101       Intro to Human Services        3         W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        AST       C209           J. Riley                N
10098      HSE* B210       Group & Interpersonal Relat 3            MW             12:30 PM-01:50 PM        AST       C210           D. Freeman              Y
10848      HSE* B220       Juveniles in Human Serv Sys 3            M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        AST       C201           J. Riley                N
10099      HSE* B241       Hum Svcs Agencies & Orgs 3               MW             03:30 PM-04:50 PM        AST       C210           D. Freeman              Y
10096      HSE* B251       Work/Individuals &Families     3         MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM        AST       C210           D. Freeman              Y
10097      HSE* B251       Work/Individuals &Families     3         T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        LOWE      L245           L. Harris               Y
10101      HSE* B282       Hum Services Field Work II     3         T              04:00 PM-06:50 PM        AST       C209           D. Freeman              Y

  Humanities                HUM*
10245      HUM* B172       Harlem Renaissance             3         TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM        V3        V131           W. Haynes               Y

  Legal            LGL*
All paralegal courses require students to be eligible for ENG* 101, or permission of instructor, as a prerequisite for enrollment.
11310      LGL* B102       Legal Research and Writing 3             M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        LRC       B221           N. Narwold              Y
10102      LGL* B103       LGL Ethics & Prof Respon       1         W              05:30 PM-06:25 PM        LOWE      L233           A. Gryk                 Y
10394      LGL* B104       Real Estate Practice           3         TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM        LOWE      L124           N. Kriscenski           Y
10104      LGL* B208       Litigation                     3         W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        AST       D203           A. Gryk                 Y
11312      LGL* B209       Probate Pract & Estate Admin 3           MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM        AST       C212           S. Serow                Y
10927      LGL* B211       Business Organization          3         R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        AST       C107           C. Watts Elder          Y
11311      LGL* B216       Administrative Law             3         W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM        LRC       B221           D. Westbrook            Y
10570✖     LGL* B220       Computer Applications in Law 4           T          07:00 PM-09:50 PM LRC          B222        N. Kriscenski                      Y
                                                                               (Hybrid course)
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.



Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.    ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.    ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #      Title                      CreditHrs     Days           Time                  Building   Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites

 10203✖ LGL* B270 Coop Ed Work Experience 3                                      (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            Y
 10855      LGL* B270 Coop Ed Work Experience 3                   T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                Y
 10856      LGL* B270 Coop Ed Work Experience 3                   W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               Y
 Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
 class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

   Manufacturing                   MFG*
 11329      MFG* B112      Mfg Materials & Processes II 3           TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C142         M. Faezi                Y
 10713      MFG* B239      Geometric Dimension & Toler 3            R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C142         M. Faezi                Y

   Mathematics                MAT*
 Please consult course description section for mathematics course prerequisites.


                                                          Assessment Test - Mathematics
                                                  Students who plan to enroll in a mathematics course
                                                    for the first time must take the assessment test.
                                                      New Students & Continuing Students: see page 7
                                                            for assessment testing information.

 10828      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             F              11:00 AM-01:50 PM      AST       D219         J. Sime                 Y
 10435      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       D213         Staff                   Y
 10909      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L242         Staff                   Y
 10195      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       D215         Staff                   Y
 10749      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             MW             03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       D213         J. Zimmerman            Y
 10107      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             MW             07:00 PM-08:20 PM      AST       D213         Staff                   Y
 10598      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       D213         S. Mihok                Y
 10106      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D213         S. Mihok                Y
 10109      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       D213         J. Zimmerman            Y
 10706      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             TR             03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       D213         Staff                   Y
 10110      MAT* B075      Prealgebra-Nbr Sense, Geom 0             TR             07:00 PM-08:20 PM      AST       D213         Staff                   Y
 10834      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             F              11:00 AM-01:50 PM AST              D215          Staff                   Y
 10752      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST              D219          Staff                   Y
 10750      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST              D219          D. Hillyer              Y
 10751      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM AST              D215          Staff                   Y
 10757      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             MW             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST              D219          Staff                   Y
 10910      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST              D213          P. Edelen               Y
 10753      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             MW             03:30 PM-04:50 PM AST              D215          Staff                   Y
 10755      MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             MW             05:30 PM-06:50 PM AST              D213          Staff                   Y
 10741■‡    MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             S              09:00 AM-12:35 PM AST              D215          Staff                   Y
                          02/17/07-05/12/07
 10756      MAT* B095 Elem Algebra Foundations 0                 TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST              D215          Staff                   Y
 10758      MAT* B095 Elem Algebra Foundations 0                 TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST              D218          Staff                   Y
 10759      MAT* B095 Elem Algebra Foundations 0                 TR             03:30 PM-04:50 PM AST              D215          Staff                   Y
 10760      MAT* B095 Elem Algebra Foundations 0                 TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM V3               V131          Staff                   Y
 10761      MAT* B095 Elem Algebra Foundations 0                 TR             07:00 PM-08:20 PM AST              D219          Staff                   Y
 10754      MAT* B095 Elem Algebra Foundations 0                 W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST              D219          Staff                   Y
 ‡ Must attend both sessions (12 weeks). Attendance for one session only (6 weeks) will not result in successful completion.
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4 and Session 5: February 17, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 11346      MAT* B096      Alg Concpts Nbr Sns/Geom 0               TR(Lab)        11:00 AM-01:25 PM      AST       D213         B. Paskov               Y



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Manchester Community College                                          Class Schedule                                                          Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10708  MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         F                       08:00 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D219          Staff                 Y
10912● MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         MW                      09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D213          P. Edelen             Y
10562● MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         MW                      11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       D213          P. Edelen             Y
10725  MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         MW                      12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       C209          Staff                 Y
10131● MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         MW                      05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D218          Staff                 Y
10469  MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         TR                      08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       D219          Staff                 Y
10911  MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         TR                      02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       D219          Staff                 Y
10524  MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         TR                      03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       D218          Staff                 Y
10132  MAT* B109 Quantitative Literacy           3         TR                      07:00 PM-08:20 PM      AST       D218          Staff                 Y
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
10762      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D215          D. Hillyer            Y
10251      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             MW            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       D215          Staff                 Y
10710      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             MW            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      LOWE      L242          Staff                 Y
10252      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L245          Staff                 Y
10711      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       D213          S. Gayles             Y
10914      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      V2        V127          Staff                 Y
10122      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             MW            03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       D219          C. Lombardi           Y
10119      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       D215          Staff                 Y
10468      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       D215          Staff                 Y
10124      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       D218          Staff                 Y
10527      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D215          D. Hillyer            Y
10123      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       D215          D. Hillyer            Y
11347      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       C201          Staff                 Y
10551      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       D215          S. Gayles             Y
10709      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            03:30 PM-04:50 PM      AST       D219          Staff                 Y
10835      MAT* B138       Intermed Alg A Modeling App 3             TR            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D215          S. Gayles             Y
10126      MAT* B146       Math for the Liberal Arts       3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       D219          Staff                 Y
11350      MAT* B149       Structure of Math - Geometry 4            MW            11:00 AM-12:50 PM      AST       D215          B. Paskov             Y
10471      MAT* B155       Technical Mathematics II        3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       D219          S. Gayles             Y
10707      MAT* B158       Functions Graphs & Matrices 3             MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D215          J. Zimmerman          Y
10472      MAT* B158       Functions Graphs & Matrices 3             TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       D215          J. Zimmerman          Y
10165● MAT* B165 Elem Statistics w/Comptr App 4            MW                      08:30 AM-10:20 AM      AST       D218          J. Sime               Y
10163● MAT* B165 Elem Statistics w/Comptr App 4            MW                      12:30 PM-02:20 PM      AST       D218          J. Sime               Y
10663● MAT* B165 Elem Statistics w/Comptr App 4            TR                      09:30 AM-11:20 AM      AST       D218          M. Robillard          Y
10164● MAT* B165 Elem Statistics w/Comptr App 4            TR                      05:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D218          M. Robillard          Y
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
10915      MAT* B186       Precalculus                     4         MW            09:30 AM-11:20 AM      AST       D219          D. Hillyer            Y
10167      MAT* B186       Precalculus                     4         MW            02:30 PM-04:20 PM      AST       D218          B. Paskov             Y
10168      MAT* B186       Precalculus                     4         TR            05:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D219          C. Lombardi           Y
10166      MAT* B230       Appld Calc/Modeling Apprch 3              MW            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D219          M. Robillard          Y
11349      MAT* B230       Appld Calc/Modeling Apprch 3              TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       D218          M. Robillard          Y
10169      MAT* B250       Calculus I with Lab             5         MW            07:00 PM-09:25 PM      AST       D215          C. Lombardi           Y
10170      MAT* B250       Calculus I with Lab             5         TR            11:00 AM-01:25 PM      AST       D219          K. Peters             Y
11348      MAT* B256       Calculus II                     4         MW            10:30 AM-12:20 PM      AST       D218          K. Peters             Y
10724      MAT* B256       Calculus II                     4         TR            05:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       D213          P. Edelen             Y
10211      MAT* B285       Differential Equations          4         MW            07:00 PM-08:50 PM      AST       D218          Staff                 Y
Multimedia, see DGA* (Digital Arts) courses




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.     ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN       Subject #     Title                       CreditHrs   Days        Time                Building   Wing/Rm     Instructor Prerequisites


   Music          MUS*
 10596     MUS* B102     Music His & Appreciation II    3        MW          05:30 PM-06:50 PM     V2       V127        E. DeGroat            N
 10171     MUS* B102     Music His & Appreciation II    3        TR          11:00 AM-12:20 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            N
 11342     MUS* B102     Music His & Appreciation II    3        TR          02:00 PM-03:20 PM     V2       V127        E. Cianci             N
 10860     MUS* B108     Today’s Music:Gospel, Ragti 3           MW          12:30 PM-01:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            N
 10827     MUS* B141     Beginning Guitar               3        M           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        S. Mehinovic          N
 10489     MUS* B148     Beginning Piano                3        R           01:00 PM-03:50 PM     V2       V117        R. O’Neil             N
 10297     MUS* B148     Beginning Piano                3        R           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V117        E. Cianci             N
 10603     MUS* B148     Beginning Piano                3        T           05:00 PM-07:50 PM     V2       V117        R. O’Neil             N
 10173     MUS* B158     Chmbr Music/Jazz Ensmb I 2              W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            N
 10296     MUS* B159     Chmbr Music/Jazz Ensmb II 2             W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            Y
 10265     MUS* B161     Chorus I                       2        T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            N
 10172     MUS* B162     Chorus II                      2        T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            Y
 10174     MUS* B174     Vocal Ensemble:Madrigal I      1        T           05:30 PM-06:50 PM     V2       V127        C. Hartel             Y
 10270     MUS* B175     Vocal Ensemble:Madrigal II     1        T           05:30 PM-06:50 PM     V2       V127        C. Hartel             Y
 10716     MUS* B181     Private Music Lessons I        1                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10717     MUS* B181     Private Music Lessons I        2                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10718     MUS* B182     Private Music Lessons II       1                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10720     MUS* B182     Private Music Lessons II       2                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10208     MUS* B210     Music Harmony/EarTraining I 3           T           12:30 PM-03:20 PM     V2       V118        M. Kevetos            Y
 11343     MUS* B218     Elect Mus Comp/Audio Tech I 3           F           05:30 PM-08:20 PM     V2       V127        E. DeGroat            N
 10268     MUS* B258     Chmbr Music/Jazz Ensmb III 2            W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            Y
 10269     MUS* B259     Chmbr Music/Jzz Ensmb IV 2              W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            Y
 10266     MUS* B270     Chorus III                     2        T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            Y
 10267     MUS* B271     Chorus IV                      2        T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM     V2       V127        D. Simmons            Y
 10271     MUS* B275     Vocal Ensemble:Madrigal III 1           T           05:30 PM-06:50 PM     V2       V127        C. Hartel             Y
 10272     MUS* B276     Vocal Ensemble:Madrigal IV 1            T           05:30 PM-06:50 PM     V2       V127        C. Hartel             Y
 10719     MUS* B281     Private Music Lessons III      1                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10721     MUS* B281     Private Music Lessons III      2                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10723     MUS* B282     Private Music Lessons IV       2                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 10722     MUS* B282     Private Music Lessons IV       1                    To be arranged                             J. Russell            Y
 11344     MUS* B297     Special Topics in Music        3                    To be arranged                             D. Simmons            N

   Occupational Therapy Assistant                       OTA*
 These courses are open only to students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. Application for consideration for acceptance in the program
 for Fall 2007 will be accepted on an on-going basis. Students should contact the program coordinator at 860-512-2717 for an information packet.
 10595     OTA* B206     Level I Advanced Fieldwork 0                        To be arranged                             M. Moriarty           Y
 10133     OTA* B210 Occ Therapy With Children 3                 TR          02:00 PM-03:20 PM     LRC      B125        M. Nieman             Y
 11354     OTA* B210L Occ Therapy w/Children Lab 1               R           03:30 PM-05:20 PM     LRC      B125        Staff                 Y
 10135     OTA* B210L Occ Therapy w/Children Lab 1               T           03:30 PM-05:20 PM     LRC      B125        Staff                 Y




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CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10138      OTA* B212 Occ Therapy With Adults               3         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B125          M. Moriarty           Y
10140      OTA* B212L Occ Therapy w/Adults Lab             1         W             01:00 PM-02:50 PM      LRC       B125          Staff                 Y
11355      OTA* B212L Occ Therapy w/Adults Lab             1         W             03:00 PM-04:50 PM      LRC       B125          Staff                 Y
10142      OTA* B214 Occ Therapy With The Elderly 3                  MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B125          M. Nieman             Y
10143      OTA* B214L Occ Therapy w/Elderly Lab 1                    M             01:00 PM-02:50 PM      LRC       B125          M. Nieman             Y
11356      OTA* B214L Occ Therapy w/Elderly Lab 1                    M             03:00 PM-04:50 PM      LRC       B125          M. Nieman             Y
10145      OTA* B232       Clinical Management             3         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B125          M. Moriarty           Y
10863      OTA* B242       Level II Fieldwork              11                      To be arranged                                 M. Moriarty           Y
10664      OTA* B244       Advanced Seminar                1         M             03:30 PM-05:20 PM      LRC       B129          M. Moriarty           Y

  Oceanography                     OCE*
10640■     OCE* B101       Intro to Oceanography           3 F            06:00 PM-09:35 PM               AST       C101          Staff                 N
                                                             S            09:00 AM-12:35 PM               AST       C101
■ Weekend College course (Session 5: March 30, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.

  Philosophy           PHL*
10624      PHL* B101       Intro to Philosophy             3MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LOWE                   L242          G. Kim                N
10626      PHL* B101       Intro to Philosophy             3R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LOWE                   L245          G. Kim                N
10625      PHL* B101       Intro to Philosophy             3TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM V3                     V131          G. Kim                N
10986■     PHL* B101       Intro to Philosophy             3F              06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE                   L213          L. Mardon             N
                                                            S              09:00 AM-12:35 PM LOWE                   L213
■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
10627      PHL* B111       Ethics                          3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L141          P. Umoh               N
10628      PHL* B111       Ethics                          3         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C210          E. Aku                N
10629      PHL* B111       Ethics                          3         TR            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C201          H. Thomas Jr.         N
10630      PHL* B131       Logic                           3         F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L241          J. Seddon             N
10631      PHL* B151       World Religions                 3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C212          M. Decsy              N
10632      PHL* B163       Chinese Philosophy              3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L141          G. Kim                N
10950      PHL* B197       Philosophy of Sports            3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LOWE      L242          G. Kim                N

Photography, see Art

  Physical Therapist Assistant                         PTA*
The following courses in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program are offered at Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC), Waterbury, CT. Students
should register at Manchester Community College for these courses. PTA courses are restricted to students who have been accepted into the Physical
Therapist Assistant Program and require faculty signature to register. The application deadline for the January 2008 entering class is November 1,
2007. Students should contact the Manchester Community College Mathematics, Science & Health Careers Office at 860-512-2703 for an information
packet.
10509      PTA* B120       Intro To Physical Therapy       3         W             02:10 PM-04:10 PM      NVCC                    C. Lacouture          Y
                                                                     F             02:40 PM-03:40 PM      NVCC
10510      PTA* B125       PT for Function                 4         WF            12:30 PM-02:00 PM      NVCC                    C. Lacouture          Y
                                                                     F             08:30 AM-11:30 AM      NVCC
10511      PTA* B250       Therapeutic Exercise            5         TR            08:30 AM-11:30 AM      NVCC                    C. Lacouture          Y
                                                                     T             02:50 PM-04:20 PM      NVCC
                                                                     R             01:40 PM-03:10 PM      NVCC
10512      PTA* B253       Pathophysiology For Rehab 3               TR            11:40 AM-01:10 PM      NVCC                    C. Lacouture          Y
10513      PTA* B258       PTA in the Health Care Arena 2            T             01:40 PM-02:40 PM      NVCC                    C. Lacouture          Y


Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.     ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #      Title                        CreditHrs   Days        Time                Building   Wing/Rm     Instructor Prerequisites

     Physics            PHY*
 Please consult course description section for physics course prerequisites.
 10801      PHY* B110      Introductory Physics            4        MW         12:30 PM-02:50 PM     AST       C101        Staff                 Y
 10583      PHY* B110      Introductory Physics            4        MW         05:30 PM-07:50 PM     AST       C101        Staff                 Y
 10207      PHY* B110      Introductory Physics            4        TR         12:30 PM-02:50 PM     AST       C101        N. Tirfessa           Y
 10576      PHY* B122      General Physics II              4        TR         05:30 PM-06:50 PM     AST       C101        Staff                 Y
                                                                    R(Lab)     07:00 PM-08:50 PM     AST       C105
 10674      PHY* B221      Calculus-Based Physics I        4        MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM     AST       C209        N. Tirfessa           Y
                                                                    M(Lab)     07:00 PM-09:50 PM     AST       C105

   Political Science                POL*
 10784      POL* B101      Intro To Political Science      3  R             04:00 PM-06:50 PM AST              C211        Staff                 Y
 10885■     POL* B101      Intro To Political Science      3  F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE             L241        Staff                 Y
                                                              S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM LOWE             L241
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 3: January 5, 2007-February 10, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 11490✖ POL* B102 Intro to Comparative Politics 3                               (Online course)                            Staff                 Y
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 10655  POL* B111 American Government             3         M            07:00 PM-09:50 PM           LOWE      L241        Staff                 Y
 10653● POL* B111 American Government             3         MW           12:30 PM-01:50 PM           LOWE      L241        A. Messore            Y
 10654● POL* B111 American Government             3         TR           11:00 AM-12:20 PM           LOWE      L243        A. Messore            Y
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
 10657●     POL* B112      State & Local Government        3 MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM LOWE             L243        A. Messore            Y
 10656      POL* B112      State & Local Government        3 R              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LOWE             L243        E. Malizia            Y
 10658●     POL* B112      State & Local Government        3 TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM LOWE             L241        A. Messore            Y
 10987■     POL* B112      State & Local Government        3 F              06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE             L242        Staff                 Y
                                                             S              09:00 AM-12:35 PM LOWE             L242
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 10659      POL* B120      Introduction to Law             3        MW         11:00 AM-12:20 PM     LOWE      L245        N. Kriscenski         Y
 10660      POL* B120      Introduction to Law             3        T          07:00 PM-09:50 PM     AST       C211        T. Barrett            Y
 10783      POL* B212      Constitutional Law & Civ Rgt 3           MW         02:00 PM-03:20 PM     LOWE      L245        P. Poulos             Y
 10661      POL* B212      Constitutional Law & Civ Rgt 3           W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM     AST       C211        F. Odell              Y
 10662      POL* B293      Conn Legislative Internship     6        TR         08:00 AM-09:00 AM     LOWE      L242        A. Messore            Y

   Psychology               PSY*
 11267      PSY* B107      Pathways to Personal Growth 3            W          03:30 PM-06:20 PM     LRC       B220        L. Dupille            N
 10799      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        F          11:00 AM-01:50 PM     LOWE      L241        Staff                 N
 10134      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        MW         08:00 AM-09:20 AM     LOWE      L241        Staff                 N
 10137      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        MW         09:30 AM-10:50 AM     LOWE      L241        Staff                 N
 10139      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        MW         12:30 PM-01:50 PM     AST       C211        E. Robinson           N
 10136      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        MW         02:00 PM-03:20 PM     LOWE      L243        Staff                 N
 10697      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        MW         04:00 PM-05:20 PM     AST       C211        Staff                 N
 10249      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM     LOWE      L241        Staff                 N
 10635■     PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        F          06:00 PM-09:35 PM     LOWE      L241        Staff                 N
                                                                    S          09:00 AM-12:35 PM     LOWE      L241
 10144      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        TR         08:00 AM-09:20 AM     LOWE      L243        Staff                 N
 10798      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        TR         09:30 AM-10:50 AM     LOWE      L242        E. Robinson           N
 10146      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        TR         09:30 AM-10:50 AM     LOWE      L241        E. Furey              N
 10148      PSY* B111      General Psychology I            3        TR         12:30 PM-01:50 PM     V6        V162        L. Dupille            N


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CRN        Subject #       Title                        CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10149   PSY* B111 General Psychology I              3       TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM V6                      V162          L. Dupille              N
10470   PSY* B111 General Psychology I              3       TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM LOWE                    L245          F. Rosselli-Navarra     N
10147   PSY* B111 General Psychology I              3       TR             04:00 PM-05:20 PM LOWE                    L245          Staff                   N
10150   PSY* B111 General Psychology I              3       TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM LOWE                    L245          Staff                   N
10141   PSY* B111 General Psychology I              3       W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LOWE                    L243          Staff                   N
■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
10153      PSY* B112       General Psychology II            3         MW            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      V5        V151          F. Rosselli-Navarra     Y
10152      PSY* B112       General Psychology II            3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM      AST       C211          F. Rosselli-Navarra     Y
10151      PSY* B112       General Psychology II            3         TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C210          Staff                   Y
10772      PSY* B163       Children with Disabilities       3         M             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C201          E. Furey                N
10157      PSY* B163       Children with Disabilities       3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      AST       C201          E. Furey                N
11320      PSY* B164       Assistive Tech - Students        1         R             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C209          G. Knauff               N
                           03/29/2007-05/03/2007
10916      PSY* B164       Assistive Tech - Students        1         W             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C201          G. Knauff               N
                           03/28/2007-05/02/2007
10158      PSY* B173       Adults with Disabilities         3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LOWE      L241          E. Furey                N
10159      PSY* B193       Issues/Trends in Disabilties     3         T             04:00 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C211          G. Ducharme             N
10566● PSY* B201 Life Span Development           3         MW           09:30 AM-10:50 AM                  AST       C201          J. Paterna              Y
10155● PSY* B201 Life Span Development           3         MW           11:00 AM-12:20 PM                  AST       C201          J. Paterna              Y
10156  PSY* B201 Life Span Development           3         MW           05:30 PM-06:50 PM                  V3        V131          S. Giguere              Y
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.
10213      PSY* B203       Child Development                3         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      V3        V131          S. Giguere              Y
11487      PSY* B211       Psychology of Women              3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LOWE      L242          M. Friel                Y
11268      PSY* B243       Theories of Personality          3         F             08:00 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L242          Staff                   Y
10785      PSY* B245       Abnormal Psychology              3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C201          J. Paterna              Y
10161      PSY* B245       Abnormal Psychology              3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM      AST       C201          J. Paterna              Y
10160      PSY* B245       Abnormal Psychology              3         TR            05:30 PM-06:50 PM      AST       C201          L. Dupille              Y
10861      PSY* B247       Indust & Orgzational Psych       3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       E202          Staff                   Y
11303      PSY* B247       Indust & Orgzational Psych       3         TR            09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LOWE      L243          T. Janeczek             Y
11269      PSY* B255       The Psychology of Prejudice 3              R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LOWE      L242          F. Rosselli-Navarra     Y
11488      PSY* B288       Psychology of Creativity         3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C201          L. Dupille              Y

  Quantitative Methods                     QM
10162✖ QM B110          Quantitative Methods           3                       (Online courses)                           D. Dorsey                        Y
10399     QM B110       Quantitative Methods for Bus 3          W              07:00 PM-09:50 PM AST          E202        D. Dorsey                        Y
✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

  Recreation & Leasure Studies                            RLS*
11393      RLS* B101       Intro to Rec & Leisure Svcs      3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      V6        V162          Staff                   Y
11391      RLS* B122       Proc & Tech/Therapeutic R        3         F             11:00 AM-01:50 PM      AST       C202          J. Jakiela              Y
10550      RLS* B122       Proc & Tech/Therapeutic R        3         W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C203          J. Jakiela              Y
10193      RLS* B221       Therapeutic Rec Program          3         T             07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       C209          S. Estrella             Y
10667      RLS* B295       Prfsnl Practicum/Thera Rec 4                             To be arranged                                 J. Jakiela              Y




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.      ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #      Title                       CreditHrs    Days           Time                  Building   Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites


   Respiratory Care                 RSP*
 These courses are open only to students in the Respiratory Care Program. Permission of Program Coordinator required.
 10176      RSP* B131      Applied Pharmacology           3         MW            09:30 AM-10:50 AM       LRC       B129         K. McNiven              Y
 10177      RSP* B160      Diagnostc & Therapy Princ      3         MW            08:00 AM-09:20 AM       LRC       B129         N. LaRoche-Shovak       Y
 11402      RSP* B180      Clinical Practicum             1         R             07:00 AM-03:00 PM       To be arranged         Staff                   Y
 10175      RSP* B180      Clinical Practicum             1         T             07:00 AM-03:00 PM       To be arranged         Staff                   Y
 10179      RSP* B252      Resp Pathophysiology II        2         R             02:00 PM-03:50 PM       LRC       B129         M. Teiger               Y
 10178      RSP* B261      Adv Respiratory Care II        3         TR            08:00 AM-09:20 AM       LRC       B129         Staff                   Y
 10665      RSP* B282      Adv Clinical Practicum II      2         T             02:00 PM-03:50 PM       LRC       B129         Staff                   Y

   Social Sciences                 SSC*
 10180      SSC* B110      Health & Wellness Principles   3         M             04:00 PM-06:50 PM       AST       E202         A. Paterna              N
 10181      SSC* B110      Health & Wellness Principles   3         MW            02:00 PM-03:20 PM       AST       C209         A. Paterna              N
 10869      SSC* B110      Health & Wellness Principles   3         R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM       AST       C209         Staff                   N
 10571      SSC* B110      Health & Wellness Principles   3         TR            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       AST       C211         A. Paterna              N
 10194      SSC* B150      Transition Development         2         TR            05:30 PM-06:25 PM       LOWE      L241         M. DiRaimo              N
 11473✖ SSC* B220 Computer Impact on Society 3                                  (Online course)                            T. White-Hassler              N
 10925     SSC* B220 Computer Impact on Society 3                MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LRC          B208        T. White-Hassler              N
 11454     SSC* B220 Computer Impact on Society 3                TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM LRC          B209        T. White-Hassler              N
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 10507✖ SSC* B294 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                                      (Online course)                                 N. Kriscenski            N
 10508      SSC* B294 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                   T              04:00 PM-05:00 PM V3               V131         J. Greene                N
 10191      SSC* B294 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                   W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM LOWE L213                     J. Jakiela               N
 Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
 class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.

   Sociology SOC*
 11370      SOC* B100      Community Involvement          3         TR            11:00 AM-12:20 PM       LOWE      L245         T. Woods                N
 10786✖     SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3                     (Online course)                            L. Hurston                    N
 10473      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      MW             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST          C209        E. Robinson                   N
 10182      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      MW             09:30 AM-10:50 AM V6           V162        T. Woods                      N
 10183      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      MW             11:00 AM-12:20 PM LOWE L241                T. Woods                      N
 10189      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      MW             12:30 PM-01:50 PM AST          E202        L. Hurston                    N
 10184      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      MW             02:00 PM-03:20 PM AST          E202        L. Hurston                    N
 10250      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      MW             05:30 PM-06:50 PM LOWE L242                Staff                         N
 10698      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      TR             08:00 AM-09:20 AM AST          C209        E. Robinson                   N
 10185      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      TR             09:30 AM-10:50 AM V6           V162        T. Woods                      N
 10187      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      TR             12:30 PM-01:50 PM LOWE L242                L. Hurston                    N
 10186      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      TR             02:00 PM-03:20 PM LOWE L242                L. Hurston                    N
 10188      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      TR             05:30 PM-06:50 PM AST          C210        Staff                         N
 10636■     SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology        3      F              06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE L245                Staff                         N
                                                                 S              09:00 AM-12:35 PM LOWE L245
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.
 ■ Weekend College course (Session 4: February 16, 2007-March 24, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
 11491      SOC* B200      Queer Sociology                3         MW            12:30 PM-01:50 PM       V3        V131         Staff                   N




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Manchester Community College                                         Class Schedule                                                          Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                         CreditHrs   Days         Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

10898      SOC* B210       Sociology of the Family          3T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM             LOWE      L242          Staff                  Y
10888■     SOC* B210       Sociology of the Family          3F            06:00 PM-09:35 PM             LOWE      L242          Staff                  Y
                                                             S            09:00 AM-12:35 PM             LOWE      L242
■ Weekend College course (Session 5: March 30, 2007-May 12, 2007), see pages 13-14 and 58-59.
10714      SOC* B240       Criminology                      3        R           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      V5        V151          Staff                  Y
11460      SOC* B277       Community Research               3        TR          11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LOWE      L245          Staff                  Y

  Spanish              SPA*
Please note that some Spanish classes are scheduled in two different rooms depending on the day of the week.
10395      SPA* B108       Elementary Spanish I and II 8             MR          09:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B210          L. Burk                N
                                                                     TW          09:00 AM-10:50 AM      AST       C203
10397      SPA* B112       Elementary Spanish II            4        MW          07:00 PM-08:50 PM      LRC       B210          B. Place               N
10586      SPA* B112       Elementary Spanish II            4        T           07:00 PM-08:50 PM      LRC       B210          T. McGinnis            Y
                                                                     R           07:00 PM-08:50 PM      AST       C203
10396      SPA* B112       Elementary Spanish II            4        T           11:00 AM-12:50 PM      AST       C203          L. Burk                N
                                                                     R           11:00 AM-12:50 PM      LRC       B210
10587● SPA* B212           Intermediate Spanish II         M4           11:00 AM-12:50 PM               LRC       B210          L. Burk                Y
                                                           W            11:00 AM-12:50 PM               AST       C203
● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

  Student Development                      SD
10826      SD B101         Career Life Planning             3        R           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      LRC       B208          J. Navarra             N
11472      SD B103         Introduction to Information      3        M           04:00 PM-06:50 PM      LRC       B220          T. White-Hassler       N
10797      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        MW          09:30 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B213          E. Robinson            N
11318      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        MW          11:00 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B213          K. Bottaro             N
10699      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        MW          02:00 PM-03:20 PM      LRC       B208          Staff                  N
10483      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        MW          05:30 PM-06:50 PM      LOWE      L245          D. Nielsen             N
10482      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        TR          08:00 AM-09:20 AM      AST       C201          Staff                  N
10481      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        TR          11:00 AM-12:20 PM      V2        V118          S. Giguere             N
11270      SD B111         1st Yr Exp: College Success      3        TR          12:30 PM-01:50 PM      LRC       B219          S. Giguere             N

  Surgical Technology                    SUR*
These courses are open only to students in the Surgical Technology Program. Permission of Program Coordinator is required.
10263      SUR* B102       Operating Rm Procedures II 4              TR          08:00 AM-09:20 AM      LRC       B219          R. Clark               Y
                                                                     R(Lab)      09:30 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B123
10666      SUR* B102       Operating Rm Procedures II 4              TR          08:00 AM-09:20 AM      LRC       B219          R. Clark               Y
                                                                     W(Lab)      08:00 AM-10:50 AM      LRC       B123
10467      SUR* B102       Operating Rm Procedures II 4              TR          08:00 AM-09:20 AM      LRC       B219          R. Clark               Y
                                                                     T(Lab)      09:30 AM-12:20 PM      LRC       B123
10190      SUR* B224       Clinical Experience III          4        MWF         To be arranged                                 Staff                  Y

  Theater              THR*
10398      THR* B110       Acting I                         3        M           07:00 PM-09:50 PM      AST       AUD           C. Bowlen              N
10951      THR* B110       Acting I                         3        R           12:30 PM-03:20 PM      AST       AUD           C. Bowlen              N
11429      THR* B210       Acting II                        3        T           12:30 PM-03:20 PM      AST       AUD           C. Bowlen              Y

Therapeutic Recreation, see Recreation and Leisure Studies (RLS*)



Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN       Subject #        Title
                                                          Classes
                                              Evening Days Time at MCC
                                                CreditHrs           Building                                         Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites


                                         Over 240 courses to choose from!
 We know that your days are busy. Below you’ll find a list of all of the classes that MCC offers in the evening hours. For a complete description of the classes
 listed, their prerequisites and any other special requirements, please refer to the Course Descriptions and Course Listings sections in this booklet.
 Students interested in taking an evening Business Office Technology AVT course should review AVT lab hours and course selections on page 30.
 CRN     Subject #/ Title                       Days/Time                           CRN      Subject #/ Title                       Days/Time
 10004   ACC* B115: Financial Accounting      M        05:30 PM-09:20 PM          10028 BIO* B111: Intro to Nutrition        T     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10003   ACC* B115: Financial Accounting      MW       07:00 PM-08:50 PM          10026 BIO* B115: Human Biology             TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10011   ACC* B118: Managerial Accounting W            05:30 PM-09:20 PM                                                   T(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10015   ACC* B231: Cost Accounting I         R        07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10022 BIO* B121: General Biology I         TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10014   ACC* B276: Princpls Intermed Acct II T        05:30 PM-09:20 PM                                                   T(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10494   ACC* B290: Coop Ed/Work Expe         W        05:30 PM-06:30 PM          10024● BIO* B122: General Biology II       TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                                                                                                           R(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10906 ANT* B101: Intro to Anthropology         MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM              10215 BIO* B211: Anatomy & Phys I          MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10248 ANT* B105: Intro to Cultural Anthro      R  07:00 PM-09:50 PM                                                       M(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10116 ART* B103: Art History III               MW     05:30 PM-06:50 PM          10216 BIO* B211: Anatomy & Phys I          MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10946 ART* B104: Contemp Art History           TR     05:30 PM-06:50 PM                                                   W(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10590 ART* B111: Drawing I                     TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10030 BIO* B212: Anatomy & Phys II         TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10846 ART* B112: Drawing II                    TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM                                                    R(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10279 ART* B113: Figure Drawing I              MW     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10031 BIO* B212: Anatomy & Phys II         TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10118 ART* B114: Figure Drawing II             MW     06:00 PM-08:55 PM                                                   T(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10932 ART* B121: Two-Dimensional Design        TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10582 BIO* B235: Microbiology           MW(Lab) 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10199 ART* B122: 3-Dimensional Design          MW     06:00 PM-08:55 PM                                                     MW 07:00 PM-08:20 PM
 10456 ART* B167: Printmaking I                 TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          11352 BIO* B260: Principles of Genetics    MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10457 ART* B168: Printmaking II                TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on pg 17.
 10940 ART* B185: Video/Film Making             W      07:00 PM-09:50 PM          11300 BMG* B202: Principles of Mgmt      W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11345● ART* B206: Film Study                   W      07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10020 BMG* B204: Managerial Comm         M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11367 ART* B211: Drawing III                   TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10862 BMG* B210: Organizational Behavior R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11368 ART* B212: Drawing IV                    TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM
 10280 ART* B213: Figure Drawing III            MW     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10937 BMK* B201: Principles of Marketing R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10281 ART* B214: Figure Drawing IV             MW     06:00 PM-08:55 PM
 10936 ART* B250: Digital Photography           MW     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10228    BOT* B111: Keyboarding Info Pro I      TR     07:00 PM-08:20 PM
 10458 ART* B267: Printmaking III               TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10226    BOT* B122: Writing Procedures          MW     07:00 PM-08:20 PM
 10459 ART* B268: Printmaking IV                TR     06:00 PM-08:55 PM          10575    BOT* B181: Medical Coding I            T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                  10393    BOT* B182: Medical Coding II           R      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10787 AST* B111: Intro to Astronomy  R(Lab) 07:00 PM-08:50 PM                    10238    BOT* B251: Admin Procedures            MW     05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                      T(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM                    10499    BOT* B296: Cooperative Work Exper      W      05:30 PM-06:30 PM
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on pg 17.
                                                                                  10868 CAD* B110: Intro to CAD       M                  07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11292   BBG* B101: Intro to Business           T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10033 CAD* B218: CAD 3D Mch AUTOCAD T                  07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11297   BBG* B234: Legal Environmt of Bus      R      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11296   BBG* B234: Legal Environmt of Bus      T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10578 CHE* B111: Concepts of Chemistry MW 05:30 PM-08:20 PM
 10501   BBG* B295: Co-op Work Exper I          W      05:30 PM-06:30 PM          10702 CHE* B111: Concepts of Chemistry TR 05:30 PM-08:20 PM
                                                                                  10200 CHE* B122: General Chemistry II  TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10843 BFN* B202: Corporate Finance             M      05:30 PM-09:20 PM                                                 T(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                  10800 CHE* B212: Organic Chemistry II  MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 11314 BFP* B210: Fund Personal Fin Plan M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM                                                 M(Lab)07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10935 BFP* B220: Risk Management        W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11315 BFP* B230: Investment Mgmt        R             07:00 PM-09:50 PM          11326    CJS* B101: Intro To Criminal Justice   T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                  10539    CJS* B212: Criminal Law II             W      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10919 BIO* B103: Women’s Health               T       07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10046    CJS* B213: Evid & Criminal Proced      M      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10404 BIO* B105: Intro to Biology             MW      05:30 PM-06:50 PM          11324    CJS* B222: Computer Investig Techn     R      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                              M(Lab)   07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10521    CJS* B226: Forensic Science II         T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10572 BIO* B105: Intro to Biology             MW      05:30 PM-06:50 PM          10852    CJS* B294: Homeland Security           M      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                              W(Lab)   07:00 PM-09:50 PM          10474    CJS* B298: Police Photography          W      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10712 BIO* B111: Intro to Nutrition           M       07:00 PM-09:50 PM


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Manchester Community College                                        Class Schedule                                                         Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title
                                                          Classes
                                              Evening Days Time at MCC
                                                CreditHrs           Building                                      Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

CRN     Subject #/ Title                        Days/Time                         CRN      Subject #/ Title                         Days/Time

11401   COM* B154: Film Study & Apprec W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10872 EGR* B111: Intro to Engineering       TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10943   COM* B166: Video Filmmaking        W         07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10864 EGR* B221: Into Elctrcl Circuit Anlys TR(Lab)07:00 PM-09:20 PM
10244   COM* B172: Interpersonal Commun R            07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10817   ENG* B043: Writing: Paragrph/Essay T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10243   COM* B173: Public Speaking         M         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10620   ENG* B066: Fnd Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg MW           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10479   COM* B173: Public Speaking         MW        05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                                                                 10623   ENG* B066: Fnd Coll Stdy/Rdg/Wrtg TR           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10944   COM* B173: Public Speaking         R         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10443   ENG* B093: Intro to Coll Rdg & Wrtg M          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10581   COM* B173: Public Speaking         T         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10444   ENG* B093: Intro to Coll Rdg & Wrtg MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10813   COM* B173: Public Speaking         W         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10130   ENG* B093: Intro to Coll Rdg & Wtg T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10036   COM* B213: Electronic Publishing M           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10820   ENG* B093: Intro to Coll Rdg & Wrtg TR         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10034   COM* B222: Report/Writing Nws Stor TR        05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                                                                 10487   ENG* B093: Intro to Coll Rdg & Wrtg W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10505   COM* B295: Internship I            W         05:30 PM-06:30 PM
                                                                                 10065   ENG* B101: Composition              M          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10857   COM* B296: Internship II           W         05:30 PM-06:30 PM
                                                                                 10064   ENG* B101: Composition              MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10041 CSA* B115: Windows                        W    07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10823   ENG* B101; Composition              MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
      02/28/2007-05/02/2007                                                      10442   ENG* B101: Composition              R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
11371 CSA* B135: Spreadsheet Applicat           W    07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10080   ENG* B101: Composition              T          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10405   ENG* B101: Composition              TR         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10050   CSC* B101: Intro to Computers      T         07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10066   ENG* B101: Composition              W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10766   CSC* B125: Progrm Lgc/Dsgn/C++ M             07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10894   ENG* B110: Intro to Literature      MW         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10774   CSC* B205: Visual Basic Net I      W         07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10965   ENG* B110: Intro to Literature      TR         05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10679   CSC* B213: Obj Ornt Prgr Usng C++ R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10455   ENG* B110: Intro to Literature      W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10681   CSC* B214: Adv C++ Program         MW        05:30 PM-06:50 PM           11439   ENG* B114: Children’s Literature    W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
11380   CSC* B220: Obj Ornt Prgr Usng Java R         07:00 PM-09:50 PM           11502   ENG* B190: Basic Study Skills    MTWR          05:00 PM-08:30 PM
11381   CSC* B221: Adv Java Programming I M          07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10953   ENG* B190: Basic Study Skills    MTWR          05:00 PM-08:30 PM
10503   CSC* B295: Coop Ed/Work Exper W              05:30 PM-06:30 PM           10675   ENG* B200: Advanced Composition M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10463 CST* B110: Intro to Info Technology W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM                10488   ENG* B200: Advanced Composition T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10683 CST* B131: Networking Thry/Applic TR 05:00 PM-06:50 PM                     10100   ENG* B202: Technical Writing        M          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
11385 CST* B132: Network Infrastructure R       07:00 PM-09:50 PM                10406   ENG* B263: Women in Poetry          T          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10464 CST* B150: Web Design & Dev I       T     07:00 PM-09:50 PM                10111   ENG* B282: Creative Writing Poetry W           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
11386 CST* B238: Cmp Op Sys-Win Srvr MW(Lab)05:30 PM-06:50 PM                    10409 ESL* B164: ESL Structure II              TR      05:00 PM-06:50 PM
                                         W(Lab) 07:00 PM-09:00 PM                10412 ESL* B166: Writing & Reading VI          TR      07:00 PM-08:50 PM
11387 CST* B277: Ntwrk Internet Security TR 07:00 PM-08:50 PM
                                                                                 10579 EVS* B100: Intro to Environment Sci MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
10700   DAR* B101: Pblc Hlth Iss Abs/Addct      M    07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10565   DAR* B112: Grp Cnslg Theory/Techn       R    07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10299 FRE* B112: Elementary French II          MW 05:00 PM-06:50 PM
11397   DAR* B114: Intro to Family Systems      TR   05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                                                                 10649 GEO* B101: Intro To Geography            T       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10058   DAR* B158: Biology of Addiction         W    07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10902   DAR* B213: Addiction Counseling II      T    07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10417   GRA* B151: Graphic Design I            MW      06:00 PM-08:55 PM
                                                                                 10418   GRA* B252: Graphic Design II           MW      06:00 PM-08:55 PM
10584   DGA* B111: Intro to Comp Graphics TR         06:00 PM-08:55 PM
                                                                                 10419   GRA* B253: Graphic Design III          MW      06:00 PM-08:55 PM
10422   DGA* B212: Adv Comptr Graphics II TR         06:00 PM-09:00 PM
                                                                                 10420   GRA* B254: Graphic Design IV           MW      06:00 PM-08:55 PM
10423   DGA* B214: Adv Comptr Graphics III TR        06:00 PM-09:00 PM
10424   DGA* B216: Adv Comptr Graphics IV TR         06:00 PM-09:00 PM           10089   HIS* B101: Western Civilization I      T       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10865   DGA* B298: Digital Short Films     MW        06:00 PM-09:00 PM           10676   HIS* B201: U.S. History I              M       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10782   HIS* B202: U.S. History II             R       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10764   ECE* B101: Intro to ECE                 T    07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 11365   HIS* B227: The Vietnam War             W       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10771   ECE* B131: Children’s Literature        W    07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10085   ECE* B222: CDA Methods/Tech ECE         R    05:30 PM-08:20 PM           10497 HLT* B295: Allied Hlth Coop Wrk Exp W            05:30 PM-06:30 PM
10770   ECE* B231: Early Lang/Literacy Dev      M    07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10847   ECE* B241: Mthds/Tech: Inf & Toddl      R    07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10434 HPE* B217: Princ & Pract Coaching T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM

10072 ECN* B101: Prin of Macroeconomics W            07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10095 HSE* B101: Intro to Human Services W             07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10076 ECN* B102: Prin of Microeconomics T            07:00 PM-09:50 PM           10848 HSE* B220: Juveniles/Hmn Srvc Sys M              07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                                 10097 HSE* B251: Work/Individuals/Families T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
10836 EET* B108: AC/DC Circuit Analysis TR           05:00 PM-06:50 PM


Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN       Subject #        Title
                                                       Classes
                                          Evening Days Time at MCC
                                             CreditHrs          Building                                 Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites

 CRN     Subject #/ Title                   Days/Time                     CRN     Subject #/ Title                      Days/Time
                                                                         10174   MUS* B174: Vocal Ensmbl:Madrigal I T        05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10775 HSP* B100: Intro to Hospitality Indus W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10270   MUS* B175: Vocal Ensmbl:Madrigal II T       05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10255 HSP* B101: Principles of Food Prep W        05:30 PM-06:30 PM
                                                                         11343   MUS* B218: Elc Mus Cmp/Adio Tch I F         05:30 PM-08:20 PM
                                            W(Lab) 06:31 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10268   MUS* B258: Chmbr Msc/Jazz Ens III W         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10402 HSP* B103: Bsc Baking & Pastry Arts T       05:30 PM-06:30 PM
                                                                         10269   MUS* B259: Chmbr Msc/Jazz Ens IV W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                             T(Lab)06:31 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10266   MUS* B270: Chorus III               T       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11265 HSP* B115: Food Store Systems         R     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10267   MUS* B271: Chorus IV                T       07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10403 HSP* B215: Baking & Pastry Arts II W        05:30 PM-06:30 PM
                                                                         10271   MUS* B275: Vocal Ensbl:Madrigal III T       05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                            W(Lab) 06:31 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10272   MUS* B276: Vocal Ensbl:Madrigal IV T        05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10961 HSP* B235: Advanced Pastry Arts R           05:30 PM-06:30 PM
                                             R(Lab)06:31 PM-09:50 PM     10626 PHL* B101: Intro to Philosophy          R     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10627 PHL* B111: Ethics                       M     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 11310 LGL* B102: Lgl Research & Writing M         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10632 PHL* B163: Chinese Philosophy           T     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10102 LGL* B103: LGL Ethics & Prof Resp W         05:30 PM-06:25 PM
 10394 LGL* B104: Real Estate Practice       TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM        10583 PHY* B110: Introductory Physics    MW 05:30 PM-07:50 PM
 10104 LGL* B208: Litigation                 W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10576 PHY* B122: General Physics II      TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10927 LGL* B211: Business Organization R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM                                              R(Lab)07:00 PM-08:50 PM
 11311 LGL* B216: Administrative Law         W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10674 PHY* B221: Calculus-Basd Physics I MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10570✖LGL* B220: Comptr Applications Law T        07:00 PM-09:50 PM                                              M(Lab)07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 ✖ Hybrid and Online courses, see page 17 for general information. For
 specific hardware and software requirements, see pages 55-57.            10655   POL* B111: American Govmnt            M     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10856 LGL* B270: Coop Ed Work Exper         W     05:30 PM-06:30 PM     10656   POL* B112: State & Local Govmnt       R     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10660   POL* B120: Introduction to Law        T     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10107 MAT* B075: Prealgebra-Nbr Sns, G MW 07:00 PM-08:20 PM             10661   POL* B212: Constitut Law & Civ Rgt    W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10110 MAT* B075: Prealgebra-Nbr Sns, G TR 07:00 PM-08:20 PM
 10752 MAT* B095: Elem Algebra Found     M      07:00 PM-09:50 PM        10249   PSY* B111: General Psychology I       R     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10755 MAT* B095: Elem Algebra Found     MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM            10150   PSY* B111: General Psychology I       TR    05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10760 MAT* B095: Elem Algebra Found     TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM            10141   PSY* B111: General Psychology I       W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10761 MAT* B095: Elem Algebra Found     TR 07:00 PM-08:20 PM            10156   PSY* B201: Life Span Development      MW    05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10754 MAT* B095: Elem Algebra Found     W      07:00 PM-09:50 PM        10213   PSY* B203: Child Development          M     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10131● MAT* B109: Quantitative Literacy MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM            10160   PSY* B245: Abnormal Psychology        TR    05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10132 MAT* B109: Quantitative Literacy  TR 07:00 PM-08:20 PM            10861   PSY* B247: Indust & Org Psych         R     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10119 MAT* B138: Intrmd Alg A Model App R      07:00 PM-09:50 PM        11269   PSY* B255: Psychology of Prejudice    R     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10468 MAT* B138: Intrmd Alg A Model App T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM        11488   PSY* B288: Psychology of Creativity   W     07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10835 MAT* B138: Intrmd Alg A Model App TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
                                                                         10399 QM B110: Quantitative Mthds for Bus W         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10707 MAT* B158: Funct Graphs/Matrices MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10164● MAT* B165: Elem Stat/Cmptr App TR 05:00 PM-06:50 PM              11393 RLS* B101: Intro Rec & Leisure Svcs R         07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10168 MAT* B186: Precalculus            TR 05:00 PM-06:50 PM            10550 RLS* B122: Proc/Tech Therapeutic R W          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10166 MAT* B230: Appld Calc w/Model App MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM            10193 RLS* B221: Therapeutic Rec Progrm T           07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10169 MAT* B250: Calculus I with Lab    MW 07:00 PM-09:25 PM
 10724 MAT* B256: Calculus II            TR 05:00 PM-06:50 PM            10826 SD B101: Career Life Planning      R  07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10211 MAT* B285: Differential Equations MW 07:00 PM-08:50 PM            10483 SD B111:1st Yr Exp:College Success MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on pg 17.   10250   SOC* B101: Principles of Sociology    MW 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 11329 MFG* B112: Mfg Mater & Process II TR        05:30 PM-06:50 PM     10188   SOC* B101:Principles of Sociology     TR 05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10713 MFG* B239: Geomtr Dimens/Tlrncng R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10898   SOC* B210: Sociology & Family         T   07:00PM-09:50 PM
                                                                         10714   SOC* B240: Criminology                R  07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10596   MUS* B102: Music His & Apprec II MW       05:30 PM-06:50 PM
 10827   MUS* B141: Beginning Guitar        M      07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10397 SPA* B112: Elementary Spanish II        MW 07:00 PM-08:50 PM
 10297   MUS* B148: Beginning Piano         R      07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10586 SPA* B112: Elementary Spanish II        TR 07:00 PM-08:50 PM
 10603   MUS* B148: Beginning Piano         T      05:00 PM-07:50 PM     10869 SSC* B110: Health & Wellness Prncp R          07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10173   MUS* B158: Chmbr Msc/Jazz Ensbl I W       07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10194 SSC* B150: Transition Development TR          05:30 PM-06:25 PM
 10296   MUS* B159: Chmbr Msc/Jazz Ensbl II W      07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10191 SSC* B294: Coop Ed/Work Exper      W          05:30 PM-06:30 PM
 10265   MUS* B161: Chorus I                T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM
 10172   MUS* B162: Chorus II               T      07:00 PM-09:50 PM     10398 THR* B110: Acting I                     M     07:00 PM-09:50 PM



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CRN        Subject #
                         Spring 2007 Hybrid and Online Classes
                         Title     CreditHrs Days Time Building Wing/Rm Instructor                                                            Prerequisites

CRN        Subject #       Title                      CreditHrs     Days           Time                  Building   Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites


  Cooperative Education Online Courses
Prerequisite: Permission of program coordinator and cooperative education director. For additional prerequisites see individual course descriptions in the
class schedule. For more information see page 16 or call 860-512-3312. Students must attend required orientation sessions.
10854        ACC* B290 Coop Ed/Work Exp                     3                       (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10437        BBG* B295 Coop Work Experience                 3                       (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10438        BOT* B296 Coop Work Experience                 3                       (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski            Y
10504        COM* B295 Internship I                         3                       (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10859        COM* B296 Internship II                        3                       (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10439        CSC* B295 Coop Ed/Work Experience 3                                    (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10495        HLT* B295 Allied Health Coop Work Exp 3                                (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10203        LGL* B270 Coop Ed Work Experience 3                                    (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
10507        SSC* B294 Coop Education Experience 3                                  (Online, see pg 17)                           N. Kriscenski           N
All Cooperative Education Online Courses: Students must attend the required orientation session on Wednesday, January 24, 2007 in LRC A142 from 6:00-
7:00 p.m. This course provides students with the opportunity to apply classroom theory in an actual work setting, in paid or unpaid supervised positions,
related to their majors. In addition to completing 10 to 20 hours per week at the Cooperative Education placement site, students participate in an online class
consisting of weekly discussion groups and periodic electronic submission of work logs, Cooperative Education forms and other assignments. Students should
anticipate 2-3 hours per week for class preparation and participation. For further information, contact the course instructor, Professor Nance Kriscenski, by
email at nkriscenski@mcc.commnet.edu or telephone by 860-512-2642.

  Business, Entrepreneurship Online Course                             BES*
11280      BES* B118 Small Business Mgmt                 3                         (Online, see pg 17)                          T. Janeczek          Y
This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet. Students must attend an orientation session on campus January 23, 2007
from 7-9 p.m. in LRC A142. For information email Instructor Theresa Janeczek at tjaneczek@mcc.commnet.

  Business, Management Online Course                            BMG*
11299      BMG* B202 Principles of Management 3                                   (Online, see pg 17)                        D. Dorsey             Y
This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet. Students must attend an orientation on campus on Tuesday, January 16,
2007 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in LRC B209. Students are also required to email Professor Dorsey at ddorsey@mcc.commnet.edu upon registering for the class
to secure a password/access to the course.

10392      BMG* B204 Managerial Communication 3                                     (Online, see pg 17)                         D. Dorsey            Y
This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet. Students must attend an orientation on campus on Wednesday, January 17,
2007 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in LRC B220. Students are also required to email Professor Dorsey at ddorsey@mcc.commnet.edu upon registering for the class
to secure a password/access to the course.

  Business Office Technology Online Course                             BOT*
10574      BOT* B180 Medical Terminology                 3                      (Online, see pg 17)                            K. Sullivan              N
Students are required to attend one orientation session on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 6-7 p.m. in Lowe L104. After the orientation, all work and quizzes
will be completed online with the exception of a midterm and final exam given on campus.

  Computer Science Online Course                        CSC*
11372      CSC* B101 Introduction to Computers           3                      (Online, see pg 17)                         M. Rooke               Y
This course will be offered and conducted entirely online using WebCT Vista. Students must attend an orientation on campus on Tuesday, January 16, 2007
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in LRC B220. Students are also required to email Dr. Michael Rooke at mrooke@mcc.commnet.edu upon registering for the class.




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.   ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.    ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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 CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs     Days            Time                  Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites


   Computer Systems Technology Online Course                                  CST*
 11382       CST* B110 Intro Information Technology 3                                 (Online, see pg 17)                           R. Sabadosa              Y
 This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet using WebCT Vista. Students not familiar with the WebCT platform are
 required to go through WebCT sample course at www.ctdlc.org and acquaint themselves with online learning and the WebCT delivery system. For further
 information on this course and to see a detailed course outline visit http://staff.mcc.commnet.edu/staff/sabadosa. After registering and when access to the
 course is released to students at the beginning of the semester, students are required to email Professor Russell Sabadosa within WebCT Vista to verify
 they have “arrived to class”. If any student has issues accessing the course, after the semester has started, at vista.ctdlc.org they should first contact http://
 support.ctdlc.org or email: support@ctdlc.org or Voice: 860-832-3887 or toll free outside the Hartford area: 1-866-462-8352 (1-866-GO CTDLC) and then
 courtesy copy rsabadosa@mcc.comment.edu.

   English Online Courses                  ENG*
 11290● ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature               3                           (Online, see pg 17)                           P. Sullivan             Y
 This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet so students won’t need to visit the physical campus to complete course require-
 ments. For further information, contact Professor Patrick Sullivan by email at psullivan@mcc.commnet.edu or in the English Department at 860-512-2669.
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

 10896      ENG* B202 Technical Writing                    3                     (Online, see pg 17)                               J. DeRusha              Y
 This course will be conducted entirely on the Internet. Professor Jeanine DeRusha will mail an orientation packet to all registered students before the class
 begins. For further information, contact Professor DeRusha by email at jderusha@mcc.commnet.edu or by phone at (860) 512-2670.

 10113● ENG* B246 Modern Western Literature 3                                          (Online, see pg 17)                           P. Sullivan             Y
 This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet so students won’t need to visit the physical campus to complete course require-
 ments. For further information, contact Professor Patrick Sullivan by email at psullivan@mcc.commnet.edu or in the English Department at 860-512-2669.
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

   History Online Course                 HIS*
 10780● HIS* B202 U.S. History II                         3                        (Online, see pg 17)                           G. Yang                 N
 This course will be conducted online via the Internet. Students are required to attend one orientation session on Thursday January 18, 2007 from 5-7 p.m.
 in LRC A142 to review course requirements and learn essential WebCT Vista skills. Students are required to email Professor Guocun Yang at gyang@mcc.
 commnet.edu upon registering for the course to receive course access information. For further information, contact the instructor at the above email address
 or call 860-512-2782.
 ● HONORS OPTION AVAILABLE for this section. Please see text on page 17.

   Legal Hybrid Course                 LGL*
 10570      LGL* B220       Computer Applications in Law 4           T              07:00 PM-09:50 PM LRC             B222        N. Kriscenski          Y
                                                                                    (Hybrid course)
 This course will combine traditional classroom activity with an online learning component. In addition to attending class one night per week on campus and
 completing assignments, students in this hybrid class will be expected to complete work in a class period online. Students are required to spend 1 hour per
 week completing online class activities using WebCT Vista and software applications being studied in the course. The instructor will explain the procedures
 for online assignments during the first class meeting on campus. For more information, please contact the course instructor, Professor Nance Kriscenski at
 860-512-2642 or nkriscenski@mcc.commnet.edu.

   Political Science Online Course                     POL*
 11490      POL* B102 Intro to Comparative Politics 3                                 (Online, see pg 17)                            R. Patrick             N
 This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet. Students are also required to email Instructor Patrick at rpatrick@mxcc.com-
 mnet.edu upon registering for the class to secure a password/access to the course.




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CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs     Days           Time                  Building    Wing/Rm      Instructor Prerequisites


  Quantitative Methods Online Course                          QM
10162       QM B110        Quantitative Methods           3                          (Online, see pg 17)                           D. Dorsey                Y
This course will be offered online and will be conducted on the Internet. The online section of this course is recommended for students familiar with the subject
matter or for students who have completed Accounting I and/or Accounting II. Students will have to come on campus 3 times during the semester to take
exams (Monday evenings). Students must attend an orientation on campus on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in LRC B220 and are also
required to email Professor Dorsey at ddorsey@mcc.commnet.edu upon registering for the class to secure a password/access to the course.

  Social Science Online Course                       SSC*
11473      SSC* B220 Computer Impact on Society 3                            (Online, see pg 17)                                    T. White-Hassler        N
This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely on the Internet so students won’t need to visit the physical campus to complete course require-
ments. For further information, contact Professor Thomas White-Hassler by email at twhite-hassler@mcc.commnet.edu or at 860-512-2680.

  Sociology Online Courses                    SOC*
10786      SOC* B101 Principles of Sociology            3                        (Online, see pg 17)                            L. Hurston            N
This course will be conducted online via the Internet. Students are required to email Professor Lucy Hurston for CRN 10786 at lhurston@mcc.commnet.
edu upon registering for the course to receive course access information. For further information, contact the instructor at the above email address or call
Professor Hurston at 860-512-2791.




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.    ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.    ◗ = AVT course.    ■ = Weekend College course
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                        Welcome to the Weekend College at MCC
 The Weekend College is designed to accommodate your busy and changing schedule. The program enables you to complete course requirements by at-
 tending classes scheduled only on weekends. Classes begin at seven different times during the year. Students may attend Weekend College courses along
 with courses offered during the regular semester. Students should be aware that Weekend College courses are very demanding. These classes run for six to
 twelve weeks instead of the normal sixteen-week time frame. Final examination will be held during the last scheduled class period. Classes canceled
 because of weather will be made up on Sundays.

 Weekend College program features include:
 •   New classes begin every six weeks                  • Affordable tuition, see page 13
 •   Counselors available, 860-512-3320                 • Library open on Saturdays and Sundays, 860-512-3412

 CRN        Subject #      Title                        CreditHrs   Days           Time                 Building    Wing/Rm     Instructor Prerequisites


     ■ Weekend College Session 3: January 5, 2007–February 10, 2007
 10740      DAR* B101      Public Health Issues            3        S             08:00 AM-04:35 PM LOWE            L141        Staff                 N
                           in Abuse/Addiction
 10634      HIS* B201      United States History I         3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L243        Staff                 Y
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L243
 10885      POL* B101      Intro to Political Science      3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L241        Staff                 Y
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L241

     ■ Weekend College Session 4: February 16, 2007–March 24, 2007
 10886      COM* B173 Public Speaking                      3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       AST       C204        Staff                 Y
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       AST       C204
 10633      DAR* B111      Addiction Counseling I          3        S             08:00 AM-04:35 PM       LOWE      L141        Staff                 N
 10984      ENG* B093      Introduction to College         0        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM LOWE            L124        Staff                 Y
                           Reading & Writing                        S             01:00 PM- 04:35 PM LOWE           L124
 10887‡     GLG* B121     Intro to Physical Geology     4          F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM AST           C107          Staff                  N
                          (2/16/07-5/12/07)                        S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM AST           C107
 ‡ Must attend both sessions 4 and 5 (12 weeks) for 4 credits for GLG* B121. Attendance for one session only (6 weeks), will result in 0 credit.
 10985      HIS* B202      United States History II        3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L243        Staff                 Y
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L243
 10741‡     MAT* B095     Elem Algebra Foundations 0             S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM AST              D215         Staff                  Y
                          (2/17/07-5/12/07)
 ‡ Must attend both sessions 4 and 5 (12 weeks). Attendance for one session (6 weeks) will not result in successful completion.
 10986      PHL*B101       Introduction to Philosophy      3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L213        Staff                 N
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L213
 10987      POL* B112      State and Local Government      3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L242        Staff                 Y
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L242
 10635      PSY* B111      General Psychology              3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L241        Staff                 N
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L241
 10636      SOC* B101      Principles of Sociology         3        F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM       LOWE      L245        Staff                 N
                                                                    S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM       LOWE      L245




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Manchester Community College                                          Class Schedule                                                        Spring 2007

CRN        Subject #       Title                       CreditHrs      Days          Time                 Building   Wing/Rm       Instructor Prerequisites


  ■ Weekend College Session 5: March 30, 2007–May 12, 2007 (No Classes April 6 and 7)
10637      DAR* B213       Addiction Counseling II         3         S             08:00 AM-04:35 PM      LOWE      L141          Staff                 Y
10638      ENG* B101       Composition                     3         F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM      LOWE      L124          Staff                 Y
                                                                     S             01:00 PM-04:35 PM      LOWE      L124
10988      GEO* B101       Introduction to Geography       3         F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM      AST       E202          Staff                 Y
                                                                     S             01:00 PM-04:35 PM      AST       E202
10639      HIS* B101       Western Civilization I          3         F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM      LOWE      L243          Staff                 Y
                                                                     S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM      LOWE      L243
10640      OCE* B101       Intro to Oceanography           3         F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM      AST       C101          Staff                 N
                                                                     S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM      AST       C101
10888      SOC* B210       Sociology of the Family         3         F             06:00 PM-09:35 PM      LOWE      L242          Staff                 N
                                                                     S             09:00 AM-12:35 PM      LOWE      L242




Special designations: ● = Honors Option available.     ✖ = Hybrid/Online course.   ◗ = AVT course.   ■ = Weekend College course
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Courses                                                                              managerial decisions, and the budget process. Prerequisite: C or better in
                                                                                     ACC* 115. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
                                                                                     ACC* 125: Accounting Computer Applications I
     Course offerings are subject to change.                                         (formerly ACCT 105: Accounting and Business Applications Software)
                                                                                     This course teaches students to build a company’s accounting system in
                                                                                     QuickBooks 99. Students will learn to download QuickBooks 99 data into an
The courses in this section are grouped by subjects that are listed alphabeti-       Excel spreadsheet and build linked statements, footnotes and graphs. Students
cally. Within each subject group, the courses are listed in numerical order, the     will also learn PowerPoint and Turbo Tax. Prerequisites: CSA* 115 and ACC*
lowest first and the highest last.                                                    115. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
Courses with numbers 099 and below are non-credit courses. Courses with              ACC* 231: Cost Accounting I
numbers in the 100-199 range are considered first-year courses. Courses               (formerly ACCT 213: Costing Accounting)
numbered 200 or higher are considered second-year courses.                           This course covers principles of cost accounting for manufacturing and busi-
The semester in which a course is generally offered is indicated by the codes:       ness. Prerequisite: C or better in ACC* 118. (Sp) 3 credits
Fa = Fall, O = Occasional, Sp = Spring, and Su�=�Summer. Students and their          ACC* 276: Principles of Intermediate Accounting II
advisors may use these designations in determining course selection for any          (formerly ACCT 202: Intermediate Accounting II)
particular semester.                                                                 This course covers plant and equipment depreciation, reevaluations, intan-
ELECTIVES - Within an academic program, courses are either required or               gibles, long-term liabilities, stockholder’s equity, analytical processes, state-
elective. Elective courses fall into broad subject areas of study in the liberal     ment of cash flows, pensions, leases, publicly held companies. Students may
arts and sciences. These broad subject areas are the humanities, the natural         work on computers on some exercises, exams and projects during classes.
sciences and the social sciences. Courses may also be business electives             Prerequisite: C or better in ACC* 275. (Sp) 4 credits
or may be undesignated.                                                              ACC* 290: Cooperative Education/Work Experience
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS - In addition, all programs have                      (formerly ACCT 270)
specific general education requirements. General education requirements               This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory in
assure that students have exposure to a range of courses in specific areas            an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings
of the curriculum. The general education requirements are grouped into six           as related to their program of study including corporations, small businesses
modes. The general education modes and courses can be found in the Col-              and state offices. Prerequisites: 15 completed credit hours in the Accounting
lege Catalog.                                                                        program including ACC* 115, 102, and 201. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. Please refer
                                                                                     to page 16 for more information and general prerequisites for Cooperative
COMMON COURSE NUMBERING - The community colleges of Connecticut
                                                                                     Education/Work Experience.
are in the process of coordinating courses on all campuses so that courses
have the same numbering system at all colleges. As this process progresses,
courses will be changing their designations and numbers until all courses can        Allied Health, See Health
be aligned. For the most updated information on common course number-
ing, students are encouraged to speak with program coordinators and the              American Sign Language, See Sign Language
Registrar’s Office. Some courses listed below have already undergone this
process and others will change during the 2006-2007 academic year.                      Anthropology
When choosing courses, it is important to choose the type of elective or
                                                                                     ANT* 101: Introduction to Anthropology
general education mode specified within your program of study. Students
                                                                                     (formerly ANTH 101)
should seek the advice of a academic counselor or faculty member when
                                                                                     This course tries to untangle the evolution of the human species through fossil
choosing courses.
                                                                                     discovery and genetic insight; it seeks the similarities and differences between
A complete list of the courses being offered is published each semester in           humans and the other primates; it takes the student from cave paintings in
the class schedule that is available in the Registrar’s Office. A list of current     southern France to a “dig” in the Sinai Desert, from an extinct volcanic crater
Continuing Education courses is available in the Continuing Education Office.         in Africa to a shamanistic dance in Nepal and a political feast in the Amazon.
Course offerings are subject to change.                                              It does all this in search of answers to the question: What does it mean to be
                                                                                     human? (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
   Accounting                                                                        ANT* 105: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
All accounting courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible        (formerly ANTH 150: Cross Cultural Issues)
for ENG* 101 and MAT* 095 or higher.                                                 This course is designed to provide students with an anthropological lens
                                                                                     through which they may simultaneously view humanity‘s kinship with one
ACC* 115: Financial Accounting                                                       another and its uniqueness among cultures. The aim is to understand people
(formerly ACCT 101)                                                                  whose ways of life are different from our own but with whom we share com-
Theory and practice of accounting applicable to the accumulation, external           mon needs, planet Earth and a common destiny. Class: 3 hours per week.
reporting, and external uses of financial accounting information. (Fa,Sp,Su)          (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
4 credits
                                                                                     ANT* 118: Health, Healing and Culture
ACC* 118: Managerial Accounting                                                      (formerly ANTH 220)
(formerly ACCT 102)                                                                  This is a cross-cultural survey course that investigates the concepts of
Basic concepts and practice of accounting’s role in providing information to         healing, health and sickness from a sampling of countries throughout the
managers to assist in their planning, control and decision-making activities.        world. The aim is to understand the importance of culture in determining the
Topics include cost accounting, cost behavior relationships, analyses for            etiology and treatment of diseases and mental disorders. The objective will


60         Semester Offered designations:    Fa = Fall      O = Occasional         Sp = Spring      Su = Summer.
Manchester Community College                                               Class Schedule                                                          Spring 2007

be to understand and integrate the various belief systems with the practices           ART* 113, ART* 114, ART* 213, ART* 214: Figure Drawing I, II, III, IV
that identify the disease and effect the cures. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG*     (formerly FA 127, FA 128, FA 227, FA 228: Figure Drawing)
101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                                 This in-depth course is based in both anatomical and expressive approaches to
ANT* 201: Physical Anthropology                                                        human figure drawing. A variety of media will be explored, including color and
This is an anthropology course based on evolutionary biology that covers topics        wet media, along with instruction in composition, proportion and foreshortening
on human evolution and modern human variation by focusing on humanity’s                principles. Students will work extensively from the live model. Studio: 6 hours
biological roots and modern appearance. It will reconstruct the past utilizing         per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. May be taken up to four times as ART* 113, ART*
data from the primate fossil record, as well as comparative evidence from              114, ART* 213, ART* 214, all of which run concurrently.
modern monkeys and apes. Class: 3 hours per week. (O) 3 credits                        ART* 121: Two-Dimensional Design
                                                                                       (formerly FA 125: Two Dimensional Design)
   Art, See also Digital Arts and Graphic Design                                       The theory and practice of design principles: compositional problems, color
                                                                                       and the interrelationships of space, planes and volumes are examined in
STUDIO COURSES: Students enrolled in fine arts studio courses are re-                   two dimensional projects using a variety of media. Studio: 6 hours per week.
sponsible for buying any supplies required for satisfactory completion of the          (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
course. All studio courses are open to both beginning and advanced students.
Advanced students may work on individual projects. Studio courses meet 6               ART* 122: Three-Dimensional Design
hours per week.                                                                        (formerly FA 126: Three Dimensional Design)
                                                                                       Investigation of spatial design as a decision-making and problem-solving
ART* 101: Art History I                                                                process bounded by criteria such as human sensory systems, basic struc-
(formerly FA 101: History of Art I)                                                    tural systems and materials. Class activities will include studio assignments,
The history and appreciation of fine arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, etc.)     demonstrations, lectures, slide presentations, museum visits and critiques.
from prehistoric through medieval eras. Outside reading and visits to galleries        Studio problems will be worked on during and outside of class time. Studio: 6
and museums are required. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa) 3 credits                      hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
ART* 102: Art History II                                                               ART* 131, ART* 132, ART* 231, ART* 232: Sculpture I, II, III, IV
(formerly FA 102: History of Art II)                                                   (formerly FA 151, FA 152, FA 253, FA 254: Sculpture)
The history and appreciation of fine arts (painting, sculpture, architecture,           A course in the principles, techniques, and materials of sculpture (metal
etc.) from the Renaissance through the 20th century. Outside reading and               fabrication/welding, casting, plaster, wood, etc.). Students will concentrate
visits to galleries and museums are required. Class: 3 hours per week. (Sp)            on controlling sculptural media and examining the fundamentals of three-di-
3 credits                                                                              mensional design. Studio: 6 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. May be taken
ART* 103: Art History III                                                              up to four times as ART* 131, ART* 132, ART* 231, ART* 232, all of which
(formerly FA 105: History of 20th Century Art)                                         run concurrently.
Visual art movements of the past 100 years from Impressionism and Cubism to            ART* 141: Photography I
today’s art. Outside reading and visits to galleries and museums are required.         An introduction to black and white film photography, including camera opera-
Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                             tion, creative controls, composition, film processing, printing and print finishing
ART* 104: Contemporary Art History                                                     techniques. Emphasis is on photography as a fine art and as a means of
By means of this three-pronged approach to contemporary visual art, students           communication. Through demonstrations, assignments, critiques, supervised
will begin their understanding of contemporary issues in visual art by becoming        and independent lab work, a final portfolio and looking at a broad range of
aware of the historical forces that have brought visual culture to where it is. They   photographic imagery, students will develop technical skills and explore the
will then move on to become familiar with the major theories of contemporary           creative/expressive side of photography. Students must own a 35mm cam-
art such as modernism, post-modernism, etc. Finally, they will be introduced           era with manually adjustable f/stops and shutter speeds and purchase film,
to the work of a number of major contemporary artists to see how history and           photographic paper and other supplies. Projects and final portfolio require
theory are expressed in the actual practice of critically engaged contemporary         extensive hands-on darkroom work in and outside of class hours. Studio: 6
artists. This course is designed for students who are themselves artists, who          hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
wish to better understand their work in the context of contemporary history,           ART* 142: Photography II
aesthetic theory and professional practice. Combining readings, writing and            Through demonstrations, assignments, critiques, supervised and independent
seminar presentations, this course will have an academic grounding but will            lab work and looking at a broad range of photographic imagery, students
combine these traditional academic requirements with assignments that                  will refine basic and develop new technical skills and further explore the
require students to see and critique exhibitions of contemporary art at local          creative/expressive side of black and white film photography. Students will
galleries and museums and to exercise their knowledge of contemporary art              review the fundamentals of exposure, development and print-making, refine
through actual art making and creating assignments. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                  camera-handling and printing techniques, use a medium format camera and
ART* 111, ART* 112, ART* 211, ART* 212: Drawing I, Drawing II, III, IV                 hand-held light meter, experiment with flash, studio lighting and alternative
(formerly FA 121, FA 122, FA 223, FA 224: Drawing I/II                                 processes. Students will be encouraged to develop a personal, expressive
This course covers the basic elements, media and processes of drawing                  style in addition to mastering a range of practical photographic techniques
including composition and perspective. Extensive drawing from still-life, land-        while they assemble a cohesive, thematic, exhibition-quality portfolio. Students
scape and the live model will emphasize development of students’ manual,               must own a 35mm camera with manually adjustable f/stops and shutter speeds
perceptual and conceptual skills. Studio: 6 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.         and purchase film, photographic paper and other supplies. Studio: 6 hours per
May be taken up to four times as ART* 111, ART* 112, ART* 211 and ART*                 week. Prerequisite: ART* 141. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
212, all of which run concurrently.




 Semester Offered designations:      Fa = Fall       O = Occasional          Sp = Spring     Su = Summer.                                                           61
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ART* 151, ART* 152, ART* 251, ART* 252: Painting I, II, III, IV                       ART* 250: Digital Photography
(formerly FA 131, FA 132, FA 233, FA 234: Painting)                                   An introduction to digital photography including hardware and software,
A course in the technical and aesthetic fundamentals of painting, covering            camera handling and creative controls, file formats and management, image
construction of a canvas, selection and use of materials, basic color theory, and     editing, manipulation and output options using Adobe Photoshop. Through
realistic and expressive paint handling. Students will work in both traditional       demonstrations and assignments, a survey of imagery and a final portfolio,
and experimental painting styles. Studio: 6 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.        students will be introduced to the basic vocabulary, concepts, tools and expres-
May be taken up to four times as ART* 151, ART* 152, ART* 251, ART* 252,              sive possibilities of digital photography. Students must own a 3 megapixel (or
all of which run concurrently. Prerequisite: ART* 111. Prerequisite in drawing        greater) digital camera with manual, aperture priority and/or shutter priority
is strongly recommended.                                                              exposure modes. Basic computer and photographic experience preferred.
                                                                                      Studio: 6 hours per week (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
ART* 155, ART* 156, ART* 255, ART* 256: Watercolor I, II, III, IV
(formerly FA 137, FA 138, FA 237, FA 238: Water Color)                                ART* 281: Digital Photography II
An introduction to the technical and aesthetic principles of painting with water      (formerly ART* 253)
media, primarily water color. This course will cover the selection and use of         Through demonstrations, assignments, critiques, supervised and independent
water media materials in a variety of styles and deal with varied subject matter      lab work and looking at and talking about a broad range of photographic
from the still life to the landscape. Design elements and compositional problems      imagery, students will develop new skills and further explore the creative/
are also included. Studio: 6 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. May be taken          expressive side of photography. Students will review the fundamentals of
up to four times as ART* 155, ART* 156, ART* 255, ART* 256, all of which              exposure, creative camera controls, fine art inkjet output, and experiment
run concurrently. Experience in drawing is strongly recommended.                      with flash and studio lighting. Students will look at, talk about and explore the
                                                                                      interface of digital technology and non-silver analog processes in a hands-on
ART* 161, ART* 162, ART* 261, ART* 262: Ceramics I, II, III, IV
                                                                                      workshop. Students will be encouraged to develop a personal, expressive style
(formerly FA 165, FA 166, FA 267, FA 268: Ceramics)
                                                                                      in addition to mastering a range of practical photographic techniques while
Experimentation with, and development of, basic skills in a variety of hand-
                                                                                      they assemble a cohesive, thematic, exhibition-quality, hard-copy portfolio.
forming, wheel-throwing, firing and glazing techniques. The class focuses on
                                                                                      Students must own their own 3 mega pixel (or greater) camera with manual
processes involved in creating both utilitarian and sculptural works. Studio: 6
                                                                                      exposure controls and purchase their own storage media, inkjet paper, mat
hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. May be taken up to four times as ART* 161,
                                                                                      board and other supplies. Prerequisite: ART* 250 Digital Photography. Runs
ART* 162, ART* 261 and ART* 262, all of which run concurrently.
                                                                                      concurrently with ART* 142 Photography II and ART* 242: Photography III.
ART* 167, ART* 168, ART* 267, ART* 268: Printmaking I, II, III, IV                    Studio: 6 hours per week (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly FA 141, FA 142, FA 143, FA 144: Printmaking)
                                                                                      ART* 282: New Media
A course in the materials, design and techniques of printmaking: monoprinting,
                                                                                      An introduction to artistic thinking in terms of the moving image. Students
intaglio, relief, planographic and serigraph. Studio: 6 hours per week. (Fa) 3
                                                                                      work towards discovering a personal way of working in video as a fine art
credits. May be taken up to four times (when offered) as ART* 167, ART* 168,
                                                                                      medium. We will take into account current and historical approaches to video
ART* 267 and ART* 268, all of which run concurrently.
                                                                                      art and the place video occupies in the general field of Art. Half of the classes
ART* 185/COM* 166: Video/Filmmaking                                                   consist of viewing and critiquing previously assigned homework projects, the
(formerly FA 176/COMM 176)                                                            other half of lab sessions in the editing room. Students are expected to shoot
(Fa) 3 credits. See Communications.                                                   and do most of the editing in their own time. Assignments will begin with the
ART* 206/COM* 154: Film Study/Film Study and Appreciation                             exploration of the self and the immediate environment and gradually expand
(formerly FA 171/COMM 171: Film Study and Appreciation)                               in scope and complexity. The final project will be a personal artistic statement
(Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits. See Communications.                                             by the student and will be worked out on an individual basis. Students will have
                                                                                      access to camcorders and editing facilities. NOTE: This is a fine arts class. It
ART* 242: Photography III                                                             is not designed for those primarily interested in the commercial use of video
(formerly ART* 241)                                                                   (advertisements, music videos, etc.). Class: 6 hours per week. (Fa) 3 credits
Through demonstrations, assignments, critiques, supervised and independent
lab work and looking at a broad range of photographic imagery, students will             Astronomy
develop new skills and further explore the creative/expressive side of black
and white film photography. Students will explore new ways of seeing and               AST* 101: Principles of Astronomy
thinking about photography, use a medium or large format camera, hand-held            (formerly ASTR 110: Introduction to Astronomy)
light meter and studio strobe lighting, and experiment with new techniques and        This is an introductory descriptive astronomy course with emphasis on the
alternative processes. Students will be encouraged to develop a personal,             earth and its motions, the moon and planets, the sun, and stars and galaxies.
expressive style in addition to mastering a range of practical photographic           Observation sessions will be required. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp,Su)
techniques while they assemble a cohesive, thematic, exhibition-quality port-         3 credits
folio. Students must own a 35mm or medium format camera with manually
                                                                                      AST* 111: Introduction to Astronomy
adjustable f/stops and shutter speeds and purchase film, photographic paper
                                                                                      An introductory course in classical and modern Astronomy designed to raise
and other supplies. Prerequisite: ART* 142: Photography II. Runs concurrently
                                                                                      the level of student awareness of celestial objects including their history, proper-
with ART* 142: Photography II and ART* 281: Digital Photography II. Studio:
                                                                                      ties, interrelationships, and impact upon our understanding of the universe. The
6 hours per week (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                      laboratory portion of the course consists of activities in elementary astronomy
                                                                                      designed to reinforce and extend knowledge of selected topics covered in the
                                                                                      lecture portion of the course. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 2 hours
                                                                                      per week. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in MAT* 095, or eligibility for MAT* 138.
                                                                                      (Fa,Sp) 4 credits.




62         Semester Offered designations:    Fa = Fall      O = Occasional          Sp = Spring       Su = Summer.
Manchester Community College                                                  Class Schedule                                                         Spring 2007

                                                                                          BIO* 211: Anatomy and Physiology I
   Biology                                                                                (formerly BIO 152: Human Anatomy and Physiology I)
BIO* 103: Women’s Health                                                                  The anatomy and physiology of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous
(formerly BIO 155)                                                                        and endocrine organ systems are discussed and explored in appropriate
This course is a study of current issues and practices related to women’s health.         laboratory investigations which include some dissection. Class: 3 hours per
Emphasis will be placed on female anatomy and physiology, the changes                     week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: BIO* 121, or BIO* 115, or
encountered in a woman’s body over the lifetime and related aspects of health             CHE* 111, and eligibility for ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
and disease. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should                 BIO* 212: Anatomy and Physiology II
be scientifically and medically knowledgeable about the female body and                    (formerly BIO 153: Human Anatomy and Physiology II)
be an “informed consumer” of medical information and practices concerning                 The anatomy and physiology of the special senses, digestive, respiratory,
today’s female population. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for         cardio-vascular, lymphatic, urinary and reproductive organ systems are dis-
ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                               cussed and explored in appropriate laboratory investigations which include
BIO* 105: Introduction to Biology                                                         some dissection. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week.
(formerly BIO 100: Principles of Biological Science)                                      Prerequisite: BIO* 211. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
This course is a study of the fundamental principles of biology as they relate            BIO* 235: Microbiology
to current issues. It may be used to fulfill the general education natural and             (formerly BIO 141)
physical science requirement, and is recommended for students who do not                  This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to microbiol-
need a full year of laboratory biology. No dissection is required. Class: 3 hours         ogy. Students will learn the fundamentals of microbiology, survey the world
per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101            of microbial organisms, and study the interactions between microbes, their
(Fa,Sp) 4 credits                                                                         hosts, and their effects on the environment. There will also be laboratory
BIO* 111: Introduction to Nutrition                                                       exercises each week that will teach the basics of handling, culturing, and
(formerly BIO 114: Principles of Nutrition)                                               identifying microbes. Prerequisites: BIO* 121 or BIO* 115, and CHE* 111.
An introduction to the study of human nutrition with emphasis on the scientific            (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
bases of facts and controversies surrounding issues of foods and diets will be            BIO* 260: Principles of Genetics
taught. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101. Not open         (formerly BIO 260)
to students who have completed BIO* 112. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits                             This intermediate level course is designed to extend the understanding of
BIO* 112: Applied Nutrition                                                               college level biology students to encompass an understanding of heredity and
(formerly BIO 104)                                                                        of the hereditary material with particular attention to current theories and to
Offered is an introduction to the study of nutrition as it relates to the establishment   the quantitative aspects of genetics. Prerequisites: BIO* 121 and MAT* 095
and promotion of wellness in everyday life. This course focuses on an under-              with a grade C or better. (O) 3 credits
standing of basic principles and concepts of nutrition with applications towards
examples drawn from the hospitality industry. Recommended for HOSP and                       Business, Entrepreneurship
culinary arts students. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG*
                                                                                          All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible
101. Not open to students who have completed BIO* 111. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                          for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
BIO* 115: Human Biology                                                                   ENG* 093.
(formerly BIO 112)
                                                                                          BES* 118: Small Business Management
This course is an introduction to the structure and function of the human
                                                                                          (formerly BUS 118: Small Business Operation)
body. Various organ systems will be discussed with an emphasis on how
                                                                                          This course covers the fundamentals of operating a small business. Students
they maintain homeostasis. The lab will include some dissection. Not open
                                                                                          will discuss topics that arise before a small business is opened, the process of
to students who have passed a higher level human anatomy and physiology
                                                                                          determining customer needs and satisfying them, how to create and maintain
course. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:
                                                                                          competitive advantage, useful information on the technical aspects of running
Eligibility for ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
                                                                                          a small business, and the on-going process of managing a small business.
 BIO* 121: General Biology I                                                              Prerequisites: eligibility for ENG* 101 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp)
(formerly BIO 101)                                                                        3 credits
This course is a study of the fundamental principles of biology concerning the
structure and function of cells, heredity, and biotechnology. Recommended for                Business, Finance
LAS students, especially those who will be pursuing science-related careers.
No dissection is required. Students who have not had a high school biology                All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible
course, or who had one more than 5 years ago, should strongly consider                    for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
enrolling in BIO* 105. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week.             ENG* 093.
Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101 (Fa,Sp) 4 credits.                                 BFN* 202: Corporate Finance
BIO* 122: General Biology II                                                              (formerly BUS 241/FNCE 241)
(formerly BIO 102)                                                                        A study of the principles and techniques of financial management, covering
This course is a study of unicellular and multicellular organisms and their               money and capital markets, financial analysis, working capital management,
evolutionary relationships. Both plants and animals are discussed. Some dis-              long term financing, time value of money, risk, leverage, and cost of capital.
section is required. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week.               Prerequisite: C or better in ACC* 118. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
Prerequisite: BIO* 121. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits




  Semester Offered designations:      Fa = Fall        O = Occasional          Sp = Spring      Su = Summer.                                                          63
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   Business, Financial Planning                                                              Business, Management
All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible             All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible
for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for                for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
ENG* 093.                                                                               ENG* 093.
BFP* 210: Fundamentals of Personal Financial Planning                                   BMG* 202: Principles of Management
(formerly FNCE 210)                                                                     (formerly BMG* 101: Introduction to Management)
A survey of the financial planning process, introduction to regulations affecting        This course is an analysis of principles, techniques and the major functions
financial planners, construction of financial statements, analysis of client’s            (planning, organizing, and leading) of business enterprise management.
current financial situation, overview of economic environment, presentation              (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
of time value of money concepts, and introduction to case analysis. Financial
                                                                                        BMG* 204: Managerial Communication
calculator required; HP 12-C recommended. Prerequisite: ACC* 115 or the
                                                                                        (formerly BUS 214)
permission of the program coordinator. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                        This is a practical course in oral and written managerial communication
BFP* 220: Risk Management                                                               skills, covering the writing of letters, memos and reports, editing techniques,
(formerly FNCE 220)                                                                     and the preparation of resumes and cover letters. Prerequisite: ENG* 101
Principles of risk management; the insurance contract and concepts relating to          (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
life insurance, property and liability insurance, medical and disability insurance,
                                                                                        BMG* 210: Organizational Behavior/PSY* 247: Industrial & Organiza-
and social insurance; case analysis evaluating insurance needs; and selecting
                                                                                        tional Psychology
appropriate risk management techniques are covered. Time value of money
                                                                                        (formerly BUS 240)
calculations using financial calculator. Prerequisite: BFP* 210 or permission
                                                                                        A survey of the psychological factors that influence the individual in the work
of program coordinator. (O) 3 credits
                                                                                        setting. Includes employee attitudes, motivation, group dynamics, decision
BFP* 230: Investment Management                                                         making, leadership, assessment and training as an introduction to human
(formerly FNCE 230)                                                                     resource management. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
Principles of investment management, including the study of stocks, bonds,
government securities, mutual funds, futures, options, and tangible assets for               Business, Marketing
investment to construct and manage an investment portfolio with knowledge
of risk and tax considerations are covered. Time value of money calculations            All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible
using financial calculator. Prerequisite: ACC* 115 and BFP* 210, or permission           for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
of program coordinator. (O) 3 credits                                                   ENG* 093.
                                                                                        BMK* 201: Principles of Marketing
   Business, General                                                                    (formerly BUS 121: Principles and Methods of Marketing I)
                                                                                        This course covers marketing methods and institutions, including analysis and
All business courses numbered 100 or higher require students to be eligible
                                                                                        interrelationship of the marketing mix. Application of basic management and
for ENG* 101 except BBG* 101, which requires students to be eligible for
                                                                                        marketing strategy planning methods, and performance computations related
ENG* 093.
                                                                                        to marketing efficiency. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
BBG* 101: Introduction to Business
                                                                                        BMK* 220: Sales
(formerly BUS 111)
                                                                                        (formerly BUS 221: Sales and Techniques of Selling)
This course provides a survey of major business topics such as manage-
                                                                                        This course is an introduction to the principles, methods and techniques
ment, marketing, accounting, finance, computer science, organizational
                                                                                        of selling, and the application of these principles through individual sales
behavior, production, and the social and economic environment of business.
                                                                                        demonstrations. (Sp) 3 credits
(O) 3 credits
                                                                                        BMK* 260/HSP* 238: Relationship Marketing
BBG* 234: Legal Environment of Business
                                                                                        (formerly BUS 260)
This course introduces the student to the structure of the American legal
                                                                                        The purpose of this course is to give the student a solid foundation in customer
system and its impact on the operations of American business. Ethics and
                                                                                        service systems. Students will learn concepts and skills necessary to perform
social responsibility are examined from many perspectives, including that of
                                                                                        effectively in a customer driven service economy. This course will focus on the
decision-makers and stakeholders. Major aspects of government regulation
                                                                                        concepts and applications of communications, strategic planning, teamwork,
of business are explored, including product liability, securities regulation, em-
                                                                                        coaching, and vision building, as well as an introduction to Total Quality
ployment and labor law, and intellectual property. The course also examines
                                                                                        Management. This course emphasizes the importance of development and
fiduciary duties and tort and criminal liability. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                        retention of repeat customers and business buyers. Class 3 hours per week.
BBG* 295: Co-op Work Experience I                                                       (Sp) 3 credits
(formerly BUS 270: Cooperative Education/Work Experience)
This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory in                   Business Office Technology
an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings
as related to their program of study including corporations, small businesses,
financial institutions and governmental agencies. Prerequisites: 15 completed
                                                                                        ‡
                                                                                            NOTE: AVT (Audio-Visual Tutorial) is self-paced media-assisted instruction.
credit hours in Business Administration, Accounting, Computer Information               BOT* 100: Computer Literacy for College Success
Systems or Marketing programs. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. Please refer to page 16 for           This is a basic skill-centered course tailored to the needs of the individual stu-
more information and general prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work               dent. This course is designed to help prepare the student to type simple letters
Experience.                                                                             and reports, prepare basic PowerPoint presentations, use WebCT, access the


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Internet, and use E-mail for college success. This course is not designed for      BOT* 152: Intermediate Word
BOT or CIS majors but can be taken for personal growth. (Fa,Sp) 2 credits          (BOT 126: Intermediate Microsoft Word for Windows)
                                                                                   Intermediate applications of the Microsoft Word for Windows software package.
BOT* 101: Basic Keyboarding
                                                                                   Prerequisite: BOT* 151. (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
(formerly BOT 100A: Keyboarding for Information Processing)
Keyboard mastery for computer input. AVT instruction.‡ Not for BOT students.       BOT* 153: Advanced Word
(Fa,Sp) 1 credit                                                                   (formerly BOT 127: Advanced Microsoft Word for Windows)
                                                                                   Advanced applications of the Microsoft Word for Windows software package.
BOT* 111: Keyboarding for Info Pro I
                                                                                   Prerequisite: BOT* 152. (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
(formerly BOT 107: Beginning Keyboarding)
Keyboard mastery using computers with Microsoft Word software, includes            BOT* 163: Records Management
development of speed and accuracy; introduction to the preparation of busi-        (formerly BOT 115)
ness correspondence, letters and reports and the development of proofreading       Creation, maintenance and disposition of records including alphabetic, geo-
skills. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                          graphic, subject, numeric, and chronological indexing, retrieving and storage
                                                                                   utilizing manual and computer methods. AVT instruction.‡ (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
BOT* 112: Keyboarding for Info Pro II
(formerly BOT 108: Advanced Keyboarding)                                           BOT* 171: Legal Documents
Further development of speed and accuracy using computers with Microsoft           (formerly BOT 233: Legal Terminology, Forms and Documents)
Word software for the preparation of business documents, forms, tables and         Students will to be introduced to legal terminology and become familiar with
reports, development of speed, accuracy and proofreading skills. Prerequisite:     widely used legal forms and documents. AVT instruction.‡ Prerequisite: BOT*
C- or better in BOT* 111. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                        111 and BOT* 137 can be taken before or concurrently with this course.
                                                                                   (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
BOT* 114: Skillbuilding I
(formerly BOT 117: Keyboarding - Skill Building I)                                 BOT* 180: Medical Terminology
This course provides students who have completed either BOT* 101 or                (formerly BOT 241)
BOT* 111 the opportunity to continue to increase keyboarding speed and             Introduction and mastery of basic medical terminology through presentation
accuracy while analyzing typing techniques and prescribing practice that will      of word roots, prefixes and suffixes. AVT instruction.‡ (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
enable the student to key faster and with greater accuracy. AVT instruction.‡
                                                                                   BOT* 181: Medical Coding I
Prerequisite: BOT* 101 or BOT* 111 or permission of instructor/coordinator.
                                                                                   (formerly BOT 140)
(Fa,Sp) 1 credit
                                                                                   This course is an in-depth study of basic International Classification of Dis-
BOT* 115: Skillbuilding II                                                         ease, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) and Current Procedural Terminology
(formerly BOT 118: Keyboarding - Skill Building II)                                (CPT-4) coding. Diagnoses, procedures, signs and symptoms will be studied
This course provides students who have completed BOT* 114 the opportunity          and coded by students using the necessary textbooks. The flow of medical
to continue to increase keyboarding speed and accuracy while analyzing             records from physician’s office to hospital discharge will be tracked for insur-
typing techniques and prescribing practice that will enable the student to key     ance, risk management and case study purposes. Prerequisite: BOT* 180.
faster and with greater accuracy. AVT instruction.‡ Prerequisite: BOT* 114 or      (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
permission of instructor/coordinator (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
                                                                                   BOT* 182: Medical Coding II
BOT* 120: Speedwriting                                                             (formerly BOT 141)
(formerly BOT 113: Speedwriting I)                                                 This course is a continuation of International Classification of Disease, Clinical
Fundamentals of speedwriting including phrasing and brief forms; introduction      Modification (ICD-9-CM) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT-4) coding.
to taking dictation and transcription. AVT instruction.‡ Prerequisite: BOT* 111.   Students will utilize medical records and case histories to code the diagnoses
(Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                                  and procedures according to the level of care received in the appropriate
                                                                                   medical facilities. Prerequisite: BOT* 181. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
BOT* 122: Writing Procedures
(formerly BOT 103: Office Writing Procedures)                                       BOT* 219: Integrated Office
Provides students with opportunities to acquire skills to produce and edit mail-   (formerly BOT 262: The Integrated Office)
able business documents, letters, articles and reports. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits          The course includes project-based activities applying word processing,
                                                                                   spreadsheets, database, and electronic presentations, as well as e-mail,
BOT* 137: Word Processing Applications
                                                                                   and Internet applications. Tasks are geared to real-life applications that will
(formerly BOT 124: Microsoft Word for Windows)
                                                                                   increase knowledge of the office suite and its integration, the Internet, and
Provides a working knowledge of word processing concepts using Microsoft
                                                                                   desktop publishing. These skills will enhance employability. Prerequisite: BOT*
Word for Windows software. Prerequisite: BOT* 111 or 35 words-per-minute
                                                                                   230 (Sp) 3 credits
keyboarding skill. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                   BOT* 230: Microsoft Office Suite Applications
BOT*139/ENG* 203: Grammar, Usage, and Style
                                                                                   (formerly BOT 130)
(formerly BOT 203/ENG 203)
                                                                                   This course provides students with further advancement and enhancement of
This course helps students develop a command of standards and conventions
                                                                                   their office skills using the Microsoft Office Suite. Fundamentals of Microsoft
of written English. It is also an advanced course designed to hone the com-
                                                                                   Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access will prepare students for tasks performed
munications skills, including editing and proofreading documents. Prerequisite:
                                                                                   by office support personnel in today’s office environment. These applications
Eligibility for ENG* 101 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
                                                                                   are widely used in today’s business and professional offices. Prerequisite:
BOT* 151: Introduction to Word                                                     BOT* 111 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly BOT 125: Introductory Microsoft Word for Windows)
                                                                                   BOT* 240: Machine Transcription
Fundamentals of the Microsoft Word for Windows software package. Prereq-
                                                                                   (formerly BOT 109)
uisites: knowledge of the keyboard. (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
                                                                                   Fundamentals of machine transcription including review of keyboarding skills,


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grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization and proofreading. AVT instruc-
tion.‡ Prerequisite: BOT* 111 or permission of instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                         Chemistry
BOT* 251: Administrative Procedures                                                   CHE* 111: Concepts of Chemistry
(formerly BOT 222: Administrative Office Procedures)                                   (formerly CHEM 110: Elements of Chemistry)
Application of previously acquired office skills to the tasks and responsibilities     A brief survey of atomic structure, chemical bonding, stoichiometry, periodic-
encountered by the administrative assistant in today’s business office. Topics         ity, properties of gases, solutions, acid-base theory and an introduction to
include: professional image, human relations, job attitude, time management,          kinetics and equilibria will be taught. This is a one-semester course in general
decision making, technology and records management. Office projects relevant           chemistry. Strongly recommended for students with no prior chemistry expe-
to students’ programs will also be included. Prerequisite: BOT* 111 or permis-        rience. Scientific calculator required. Class meets for 6 hours per week for
sion of instructor. (Sp) 3 credits                                                    integrated lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite: MAT* 075 or math placement
                                                                                      test. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
BOT* 254: Business Etiquette for the 21st Century
By knowing proper etiquette and protocol skills, you will distinguish yourself        CHE* 121: General Chemistry I
from the competition. Proper business etiquette is the ingredient for creating        (formerly CHEM 111: College Chemistry I)
good business relationships. With these skills you are prepared for any role in       The principles of chemistry, including atomic structure, periodicity, stoichiom-
the workplace or community. Business Etiquette for the 21st Century will teach        etry, reactions in solution, thermo-chemistry, chemical bonding, molecular
you to recognize cultural differences so that you can respect other cultures          structure and geometry, and properties of gases, will be taught. Students
and their values. The skills you learn will allow you to understand and practice      with no prior chemistry experience should strongly consider enrolling in CHE*
correct behavior for any business or social situation. (Fa,Sp) 2 credits              111 first. Scientific calculator required. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3
                                                                                      hours per week. Prerequisite: MAT* 095 or math placement test. (Fa,Sp,Su)
BOT* 270: Legal Terminology and Transcription                                         4 credits
(formerly BOT 234)
This course is a continuation of BOT* 171 including a review of legal terminol-       CHE* 122: General Chemistry II
ogy and includes machine transcription of legal materials in the preparation of       (formerly CHEM 112: College Chemistry II)
legal documents. AVT instruction.‡ Prerequisite: BOT* 171. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits          A continuation of the principles of chemistry, including intermolecular forces,
                                                                                      properties of liquids and solids, physical properties of solutions, chemical
BOT* 280: Medical Transcription & Document Procedure                                  kinetics, general chemical equilibria, acid-base theory and equilibria, solubility
(formerly BOT 210: Machine Transcription/Med I)                                       equilibria, electrochemistry and coordination compounds. Scientific calculator
This course teaches the fundamentals of machine transcription and the                 required. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:
development of medical reports, patient records, histories/physicals, and             CHE* 121. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
correspondence using appropriate reference sources. Keyboarding skills,
grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and proofreading are covered.         CHE* 212: Organic Chemistry II
AVT instruction.‡ Prerequisites: BOT* 111, BOT* 180; must be eligible for             (formerly CHEM 212)
ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                           A study of the structure, properties, reactions, and nomenclature of aromatic
                                                                                      compounds, aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives,
BOT* 286: Medical Machine Transcription                                               amines, addition and condensation polymers, and biochemical molecules.
(formerly BOT 211: Machine Transcription/ Med II)                                     Additional topics will include the role and use of spectroscopy, reactions involv-
Further development of medical machine transcription demonstrating the ability        ing carbanions, and alpha-beta unsaturated compounds. Scientific calculator
to effectively incorporate English usage, medical terminology, proofreading           required. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:
and editing skills. Students will meet progressively demanding medical tran-          CHE* 211. (Sp) 4 credits
scription accuracy and productivity standards. AVT instruction.‡ Prerequisite:
BOT* 280. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                         Communication
BOT* 289: Practical Pharmacology for the Medical Office
This course is designed to provide information about medications, side effects,       COM* 101: Introduction to Mass Communication
and interactions of drugs for office administration personnel that maintain            (formerly COMM 208: Mass Communication)
medical records, and for other allied health occupations. Prerequisite: BOT*          This course is a survey of the American mass media and communication.
180. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                                Lectures and discussions will focus on the various print and electronic mass
                                                                                      media industries, and the impact of mass communication on our society. The
BOT* 296: Cooperative Work Experience                                                 course is designed as an introductory course for those students who plan to
(formerly BOT 270: Cooperative Education/Work Experience)                             major in Communication and for those who want to be informed about the
This course provides students with the opportunity to apply classroom theory          development of the influence of modern mass media. Class: 3 hours per
in an actual work setting related to their program of study. Prerequisites: 12        week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
completed credit hours in Administrative Assistant, Legal; Administrative
Assistant, Medical; or Administrative Assistant, Office and the completion of          COM* 108: Issues in Print and Broadcast
BOT* 251. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. Please refer to page 16 for more information and         (COMM 150: Issues in Print, Broadcast and Photojournalism)
general prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.                      An overview of law, ethics, and professional standards in media careers. Stu-
                                                                                      dents must have access to a 35mm camera for photojournalism assignments.
CAD (Computer-Aided Design)                                                           Class: 3 hours per week. (Sp) 3 credits
See Manufacturing                                                                     COM* 154/ART* 206: Film Study and Appreciation/Film Study
                                                                                      (formerly COMM 171/FA 171: Film Study and Appreciation)
                                                                                      The viewing, discussion and analysis (written and oral) of representative films
                                                                                      from the early years of the industry to the present will be taught. (Fa,Sp,Su)
                                                                                      3 credits



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COM* 166/ART* 185: Video/Filmmaking                                                 electronic field production formats and integrating them into studio produc-
(formerly COMM 176/FA 176)                                                          tions. Students will learn about field production, including lighting, audio and
A creative workshop in which students will work in groups and make their            camera techniques. Students will gain more expertise in the editing process.
own movies. Students work with video camcorders and editors. Students will          Students, in the latter part of the semester, will produce weekly programs for
learn scripting, shooting, editing and audio production techniques. (Fa,Sp)         local and public access. Class: 4 hours per week. (Sp) 4 credits
3 credits
                                                                                    COM* 286/DGA* 262: Computer Animation II
COM* 172: Interpersonal Communication                                               (formerly COMM 252/FA 252: Advanced Computer Animation)
(formerly COMM 220)                                                                 This course is a continuation of COM* 186/DGA* 261 with an emphasis on
The focus of this course is on the theory and process of communication              multimedia design and interactivity. Students will work with Adobe Director’s
in both professional and personal interpersonal relationships. The course           Lingo scripting language and Flash’s Actionscript to create interactive presen-
examines the theoretical and practical application of communication as it           tations. Advanced tips and tricks with this software are covered, as well as a
relates to family, friends, work and intimate relationships. Prerequisite: ENG*     discussion of design principles for multimedia development. Topics such as
101. (Sp) 3 credits                                                                 digital video and sound are also discussed. The class is limited to 24 students.
                                                                                    Studio: 6 hours per week. Prerequisite: COM* 186/DGA* 261 or permission
COM* 173: Public Speaking
                                                                                    of instructor. (Sp) 3 credits
(formerly COMM 213: Effective Speaking)
This course is designed to encourage students to develop their speaking             COM* 295,COM* 296: Internship I, Internship II
and listening skills in order to become more confident communicators. The            (formerly COMM 270, COMM 271: Cooperative Education/Work Experi-
course introduced students to communication as an interactive process and           ence)
emphasizes developing effective public presentation skills. Instruction stresses    This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory in an
organization, research, writing, delivery and audience adaptation. Class: 3         actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings as
hours per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits        related to their program of study including TV, radio, and newspaper. Prereq-
                                                                                    uisites: 12 completed credit hours in Media Associate program. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3
COM* 177: Broadcast Performance
                                                                                    credits. Please refer to page 16 for more information and general prerequisites
(formerly COMM 206: Broadcast Announcing)
                                                                                    for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.
The rudiments of broadcast announcing in a studio setting: clear speech,
presence, projection and intimacy will be discussed. This course will cover         COM* 298: Independent Study in Advanced Video Filmmaking
radio announcing. Proper commercial/PSA preparation and broadcast delivery          This course allows students who have taken Video/Filmmaking to pursue an
of the commercial/PSA are stressed through classroom and on-microphone              advanced project with a faculty mentor. The student will develop the concept,
exercises, including development, enunciation, pronunciation, interpretation,       write the script, and shoot and edit the final video project. Completed projects
integration, and pacing. Students are critiqued on an individual basis, following   are generally in the 15-20 minute range. (Sp) 3 credits
the evaluation of laboratory projects. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa) 3 credits
COM* 186/DGA* 261: Computer Animation                                               Computer Information Systems
(formerly COMM 251/FA 251)                                                          See Computer Systems Applications
Students will learn how to use the computer to create animated presentations.
The course will cover basic animation techniques as they apply to the digital
environment as well as traditional skills such as storyboarding and script
                                                                                        Computer Science
preparation. The software used will be Adobe Director and Adobe Flash. The          CSC* 101: Introduction to Computers
class is limited to 24 students. Studio: 6 hours per week. Prerequisites: DGA*      This transferable course is designed for the individual who wants to become
111, DGA* 212 or COM* 213 or permission of instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits            computer literate and learn how to effectively use the Windows based micro-
COM* 213: Electronic Publishing                                                     computer as a tool at home, on the job, or in the classroom. The student will
(formerly COMM 290: Introduction to Desktop Publishing)                             be exposed to computer concepts and popular software applications such as
In this course the student learns to use the Macintosh computer and In Design       word processing, presentation software, spreadsheets, databases, and the
Software to create a variety of publications ranging from simple flyers to four      Internet. A research paper is a course requirement. Please note: Students
page newsletters. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                 with no keyboarding experience should take BOT* 101 concurrently. Class:
                                                                                    3 hours per week. Prerequisites: eligibility for MAT* 095 and ENG* 101.
COM* 222: Reporting and Writing News Stories                                        (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
(formerly COMM 281: Basic News Writing)
This course covers news gathering and reporting within the context of               CSC* 125: Programming Logic and Design with C++
news criteria. Interviewing, ethics and law are introduced. Class: 3 hours per      (formerly CS 125)
week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a grade of C+ or better. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits        An introductory course in fundamental programming concepts that are
                                                                                    commonly encountered in problem solving using a computer. A structured
COM* 223: Reporting and Writing Feature Stories                                     approach to program logic and design is used. The course provides students
(formerly COMM 282: Magazine and Feature Writing)                                   with the skills needed to design the programming logic for microcomputer
This course covers: Types of features considered most in demand such as             applications, microcomputer languages, and mainframe languages. The basic
profile, travel, health and consumer issues. It also introduces students to the      computer language used is C++, although the course emphasizes general
freelance market. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a            programming theory and concepts common to all programming languages:
grade of C+ or better. (Sp) 3 credits                                               algorithms, documentation, top-down structured program design and modular-
COM* 242: Advanced Broadcast/TV Production                                          ity, efficiency, testing and debugging, and user friendliness. Class: 3 hours per
(formerly COMM 211)                                                                 week. Prerequisite: eligibility for MAT* 095 and ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
This course is designed to give students further training in broadcast/TV
production. The course will focus on using electronic news gathering and


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CSC* 205: Visual Basic .Net I                                                          CSC* 241 Data Structures and Algorithms
(formerly CS 201)                                                                      This course will cover data structures and algorithms and present justifications
This course will give the student practical experience with an object-oriented         for understanding and using them. Data structures such as linked lists, stacks,
programming language. The emphasis will be on the use of the .Net classes in           and queues will be covered. Algorithms including hash tables, trees and tree
the building of the user interface and the corresponding code. Students will be        traversal, heaps and priority queues will be studied. An in-depth treatment of
exposed to object-oriented concepts working with the syntax and techniques of          sorting, search and numerical methods will be covered prior to an analysis of
the Visual Basic .Net programming language. Class: 3 hours per week. Prereq-           compression and encryption techniques, and graph and geometric algorithms.
uisite: CSC* 125 or previous programming experience. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                 Prerequisites: CSC* 213 or permission of instructor. 4 credits
CSC* 213: Object Oriented Programming Using C++                                        CSC* 295: Cooperative Education/Work Experience
(formerly CS 223: Programming in C++)                                                  (formerly CIS 270)
This course approaches the C++ language using structured logic to examine a            This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory in an
variety of programming problems. It requires a command of fundamental rules            actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings as
of syntax, expressions, and operators. Conceptions of atomic and abstract              related to their program of study. For students in the computer programs, this
data types are applied to functions, control structures, arrays, strings, classes,     may include positions as system analysts, or staff specialists within a variety
objects, overloading and file handling. Students will use a combination of a            of settings. Prerequisites: 15 completed credit hours in a computer program.
visual and command line interface to design, code, and execute modular                 (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. Please refer to page 16 for more information and general
programs on a personal computer. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:                prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.
CSC* 125. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
CSC* 214: Advanced C++ Programming                                                        Computer Systems Applications
(formerly CS 228: Advanced Programming in C++)
                                                                                       CSA* 105: Introduction to Software Applications
This course is a comprehensive treatment of the C++ Object Oriented language.
                                                                                       This hands-on introductory course is designed for the student interested in
Topics covered include a review of classes and data abstraction, operator
                                                                                       learning to use the personal computer as a productive tool. Course content
overloading, inheritance and virtual functions and polymorphism. New topics
                                                                                       includes the fundamentals of Windows XP, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint
include C++ stream input/output, class templates, exception handling, file
                                                                                       and the Internet. There are NO prerequisites for this course. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3
processing, data structures, bit manipulation, preprocessor directives, stream
                                                                                       credits
processing and C Legacy code topics. Prerequisite: CSC* 213: Object Oriented
Programming Using C++. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                               CSA* 115: Windows
                                                                                       This course presents the basic skills to become a competent and confident
CSC* 220: Object Oriented Programming Using Java
                                                                                       Windows based PC user. Topics include essential concepts and use of
(formerly CS 224: Introduction to Java Programming)
                                                                                       hardware, software, disk preparation, file management, organization of fold-
This course will introduce students to programming in Java. It will emphasize
                                                                                       ers and files, accessories and maintenance programs. This course is taught
object-oriented design and development concepts, the Java event-delegation
                                                                                       in a hands-on environment and assumes little or no computer experience.
model, data structure classes and building applications with graphical (Swing)
                                                                                       Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: eligibility for MAT* 095 and ENG*
components. Students must have competence in another programming
                                                                                       101. (Fa,Sp,Su) 2 credits
language, preferably C or C++, prior to taking this course. Class: 3 hours
per week. Prerequisite: CSC* 213 or CSC* 205 or permission of instructor.              CSA* 135: Spreadsheet Applications
(Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                                      (formerly CIS 166: Application Software: Excel)
                                                                                       This course is designed to deliver the beginning, intermediate, and advanced
CSC* 221: Advanced Java Programming
                                                                                       capabilities of Microsoft Excel in a hands-on teaching environment. Topics cov-
(formerly CS 227: Advanced Java Programming)
                                                                                       ered include basic spreadsheet concepts; workbook design and organization;
This course will cover programming techniques for developing database and
                                                                                       formatting spreadsheet data; using formulas and functions; using data tables,
server-side web applications in the Java language. It will emphasize: Java
                                                                                       data validation; creating and using charts; creating and using a worksheet
Database Connectivity (JDBC), Servlets, JavaServer Pages. JavaBeans
                                                                                       database; integrating and downloading Web data to create dynamic and static
will be covered to the extent necessary to support JavaServer Pages. Other
                                                                                       spreadsheets, creating templates, and recording macros. Prerequisite: CSA*
topics covered may include: multi-threading and Java Network programming.
                                                                                       115, CSC* 101, or CSA* 105. (Sp) 3 credits
To qualify for this course, students must already be familiar with Java syntax,
classes, constructors, streams and object instantiation. Previous knowledge
of Structured Query Language (SQL), relational database concepts, and                     Computer Systems Technology
XHTML would also be helpful. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: CSC*
                                                                                       CST* 110: Introduction to Information Technology
220. (Sp) 3 credits.
                                                                                       (formerly CST 110: Introduction to Computer Technology)
CSC* 230: Database Concepts with Web Applications                                      This course covers technological concepts and current developments in
(formerly CS 230: Database Concepts and Applications with Oracle)                      computer technology. Hardware topics will include input/output devices,
This course provides a complete overview of the core database concepts for the         storage media, processing units, memory, and telecommunications, and the
design, creation, and manipulation of relational data. This material is discussed      interactions between them. Software is covered as it relates to the technology
in the context of how databases are used in business. Data warehousing,                in both use and resource management. Current topics, including the Internet,
data mining, and database administration will be emphasized. Students will             multimedia, computer crime, security, ethics, and privacy issues will also be
dissect an existing database to learn about database design, SQL, and the              covered. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: CSC* 101 or permission of
Entity-Relationship model. Database concepts will be put into practice with            the instructor. Students with strong computer skills should speak with a faculty
the design and development of a major group database project. In addition,             advisor regarding the prerequisite. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
a discussion of how to develop dynamic websites with web applications that
                                                                                       CST* 123: Computer Operating Systems
interact with databases will be included. Prerequisites: CST* 110 and CSC*
                                                                                       (formerly CST 130: Fundamentals of Computer Operating Systems)
125 (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                       This introductory course will provide the student with an understanding of

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modern operating systems and their functions. The course will cover the struc-      2 hours per week. Prerequisite: CST* 123 and CST* 131 or permission of
ture and design of operating systems including resource allocation, process         instructor. (Sp) 4 credits
management, CPU management, problems in concurrency and synchroniza-
                                                                                    CST* 250: Web Design & Development II
tion of processes, deadlocks, primary and secondary storage management,
                                                                                    This advanced course is designed to deliver the intricacies of creating websites
file management, and system performance. The course is a blend of theory
                                                                                    using advanced design concepts and programming tools. This includes the
and laboratory work. The laboratory component will include an examination
                                                                                    visualization of a web site’s structure through selected web authoring tools,
of DOS, Windows and Linux. The student will have an opportunity to install a
                                                                                    an understanding of Cascading Style Sheets for more control over type and
minimum of two operating systems. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 2
                                                                                    placement, basic scripting (Javascript) accessibility guidelines, and some use
hours per week. Prerequisites: CST* 110 and CSC* 125. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
                                                                                    of Extensible Markup Language (SML) for greater interactivity. Prerequisite:
CST* 131: Network Theory and Application                                            CST* 150 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
(replaces CST 171/formerly CST 271)
                                                                                    CST* 277: Network Internet Security
This course will cover introductory network theories and applications. Various
                                                                                    This applied Network Security course provides a practical foundation for
basic topics on design, implementation, administration and troubleshooting
                                                                                    students entering this field. This course will focus on the skills a security pro-
of Local Area Networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs) will be
                                                                                    fessional requires, and will cover such topics as network address translation,
explored. The types of network components such as software, hardware,
                                                                                    packet filtering, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, security policies, and
media, topologies, protocols and standards (OSI model) will be covered from a
                                                                                    virtual private networks (VPNs). Students will gain knowledge of how attack-
networking technician’s point of view. Examples of network operating systems
                                                                                    ers break into systems and networks, and how an intrusion detection system
will be surveyed (i.e. Novell, Unix & Windows). Students will develop critical
                                                                                    can play a key role in detecting and responding to these events. Students will
thinking and troubleshooting skills through setting-up and administering a basic
                                                                                    develop critical thinking and troubleshooting skills though mastering these
Windows network in a hands-on setting. This course will begin preparing the
                                                                                    security concepts in a hands-on setting. This course will emphasize prepar-
student for the CompTIA Network+ certification. Prerequisite: CST* 110 or
                                                                                    ing the student for the Security Certified Network Professional’s SC0-042
permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
                                                                                    certification exam. Prerequisite: CST* 131 (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
CST* 132: Networking Infrastructure
(replaces CST 172/formerly CST 272: Networking Infrastructure and Imple-            Computer Technology, See Computer Systems Technology
mentation)
This course will cover advanced infrastructure concepts. Advanced topics in
network design, network and routing protocols, security, and troubleshooting            Criminal Justice
as they apply to switch and router configuration will be covered. This course will
                                                                                    CJS* 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
emphasize preparing for Cisco’s CCNA exam. Students will work with switches
                                                                                    (formerly CJ 111)
and routers in a hands-on setting. Class: 4 hours per week. Prerequisite: CST*
                                                                                    This course is a descriptive-analytical survey of crime and criminal justice in
131 (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                    the United States today, that explores strategies for change involving all levels
CST* 141: Computer Hardware                                                         of government, private groups and every American citizen. Class: 3 hours per
(replaces CST 191/formerly CST 141: Computer Hardware Maintenance)                  week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
This course will cover the principles of maintaining and troubleshooting the
                                                                                    CJS* 105: Introduction to Law Enforcement
personal computer’s hardware. The course will cover computer hardware,
                                                                                    This course is an introduction to law enforcement in the United States for the
associated peripherals, configuration, optimization, and repair from the
                                                                                    21st century. Historical perspective, present day appreciation, and future
PC technician’s point of view. Students will develop critical thinking and
                                                                                    direction of law enforcement will be explored. Class: 3 hours per week (O)
troubleshooting skills through hands-on experience in installing, maintaining,
                                                                                    3 credits
and processing various problems with computer hardware. This course will
begin preparing the student for the CompTIA Core Hardware Examination for           CJS* 126: Gangs and “Families”
the A+ certification. Prerequisite: CST* 110 or permission of the instructor.        (formerly CJ 141: Gangs and “Families”: Past, Present and Future)
(Fa,Sp) 4 credits                                                                   The course will provide the student with an overview of the psychology and
                                                                                    sociology behind various gangs around the country. In depth coverage will be
CST* 150: Web Design & Development I
                                                                                    given to local gangs’ symbolism including their graffiti, styles, tattoo, patches
This course is designed to deliver the fundamentals for designing and building
                                                                                    and other markings. Additionally, this course will cover assorted proactive
web pages. The core technologies of HTML/XHTML along with an introduc-
                                                                                    strategies for the police and the community in their attempt to control gang
tion to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), JavaScript and web graphics are
                                                                                    violence/crime. (O) 1 credit
introduced to help students build navigable and dynamic web pages. Various
stages of effective web page planning and design will also be explored. To          CJS* 130: Profiles of the Serial Offender
complete assignments, individuals can use the MCC laboratory computers              (formerly CJ 151)
or their home computer. Prerequisite: CST* 114 or working knowledge of the          This course introduces the student to the fundamental principles of violence
internet. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits                                                      in American society, namely the nature, existence and causation of violent
                                                                                    crime, and the problems and procedures involved in the investigation and
CST* 238: Computer Operating Systems - Windows Server
                                                                                    apprehension of violent criminals. (O) 1 credit
(formerly CST 232)
This course will cover the planning, design, installation and management            CJS* 138: Shooting Reconstruction
of a Microsoft Windows 2003 Server. Topics covered include managing                 Reconstruction of shooting incidents is a critical investigative area for all
and maintaining physical and logical devices, managing users, computers,            law enforcement agencies. This course will cover topics such as gunshot
groups, configuring access to resources, monitoring the server environment,          residue and distance determination, scene investigation and the search of
and planning for disaster recovery. This course will begin to prepare the           physical evidence, determination of bullet trajectory, bloodsplatter patterns,
student to complete the Microsoft MCSE/MCSA Certification Exam 70-290                DRUGFIRE, and glass examination. Hands-on techniques will be emphasized.
and includes a laboratory component. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory:           (O) 1 credit


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CJS* 212: Criminal Law II                                                            CJS* 298: Forensic Photography
(formerly CJ 212)                                                                    (formerly CJ 123)
A study of the act(s) which make up the elements of a crime. The analysis of         Forensic Photography is designed in two parts. The first section of the course
these criminal elements will allow an in-depth understanding and exploration         is designed to increase the student’s artistic and technical capacity in the
into a wide spectrum of modern day criminal law and effective legal reinforce-       area of photography. The second section of the course is designed to apply
ment. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: CJS* 211. (Sp) 3 credits                the students technical photographic abilities to law enforcement applications.
                                                                                     Students will study and practice approaches and techniques in photographing
CJS* 213: Evidence and Criminal Procedure
                                                                                     traffic accidents, crime scenes, and physical evidence. (O) 3 credits
(formerly CJ 222: Evidence and Court Procedure)
The rules of evidence, with emphasis on the hearsay rule, the exceptions to the
rule, best evidence rule, documents, corpus delicti, opinion evidence, circum-          Digital Arts
stantial evidence, privileged communications, wiretapping, confessions, search
                                                                                     DGA* 111: Introduction to Computer Graphics
and seizures, will be covered. Class: 3 hours per week. (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                     (formerly FA 210: Computer Graphics I)
CJS* 220: Criminal Investigation                                                     An introduction to creating images using the computer. Students will learn
(formerly CJ 221)                                                                    basic imaging skills through the use of several software programs. Previous
Methods and procedures of investigation in misdemeanors and felonies will be         drawing or design experience is helpful and no prior computer skills are
taught. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: CJS* 101. (Fa) 3 credits              required. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
CJS* 222: Computer Investigation Techniques.                                         DGA* 212, DGA* 214, DGA* 216: Advanced Computer Graphics
(formerly CJ 104: Computer Forensics)                                                (formerly FA 211, FA 212, FA 213)
This course provides a complete overview of computer forensics from its defini-       This course is a continuation of computer imaging skills developed in DGA*
tion to crime scene investigation. Included in the discussions are the topics of     111 but with an emphasis on creating and executing design projects on the
seizure of data, determining the “fingerprints “ of the crime, and tracking down      computer. The course includes instruction in advanced software such as
the criminal. Crimes such as Web Hacking and Virus transmittal will also be          Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop as well as such topics as image
examined. The course will focus on solving the crime rather than information         scanning, memory management and color outputting. Studio: 6 hours per
security. (O) 3 credits                                                              week. (Advanced Computer Graphics may be taken up to three times for
                                                                                     credit.) Prerequisite: DGA* 111 or COM* 213 or permission of instructor.
CJS* 226: Forensic Science II
                                                                                     (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly CJ 231: Advanced Forensic Science)
This course will be devoted to advanced topics within the area of forensic           DGA*240/CST* 254: Web Page Design
science. The physical evidence at a crime scene provides investigators with          (formerly MM 245/CST 245)
valuable information linking the suspect to the crime scene, to the victim and       Students will learn the fundamentals of designing, planning and producing web
to a weapon. This course will discuss advanced methods of crime scene                sites and pages for posting on the Internet. Image management and creation,
reconstruction and hands-on application of crime scene techniques avail-             information design, and animation creation and use are major topics. Emphasis
able to law enforcement personnel and forensic scientists for evaluation of          will be on site design and management. Students will work with HTML code
physical evidence. Some travel will be required. Class: 3 hours per week.            and a web page editor. Class: 6 hours per week. Prerequisites: DGA* 111,
(O) 3 credits                                                                        COM* 213 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
CJS* 240: Correctional Administration                                                DGA* 261/COM* 186, DGA* 262/COM* 286: Computer Animation,
(formerly CJ 203: Corrections Administration)                                        Computer Animation II
This course introduces students to the specifics of corrections organization,         (formerly FA251/COMM 251, FA 252/COMM 252: Computer Animation,
systems, administration, personnel, public relations between inmates and             Advanced Computer Animation)
correctional officers, programs, planning and budgeting, and governmental              (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. See Communications.
and executive control. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: CJS* 101. (O)
                                                                                     DGA* 283: Digital Video Editing
3 credits
                                                                                     (formerly MM 205: Digital Video/On-Line Editing)
CJS* 250: Police Organization & Administration                                       This course will introduce students to the discipline of digital video. All analog
(formerly CJ 122: Police Administration)                                             video will be digitized using a Macintosh computer and clips assembled into
This course is an introduction to police organization, administration, person-       larger productions using on-line software such as Adobe Premiere and Final
nel, public relations, crime prevention and theory. Class: 3 hours per week.         Cut Pro. Topics will include scripting, analog digitizing, compression schemes,
(Sp) 3 credits                                                                       Quicktime movies, A/B roll composition, output to tape, special effects man-
CJS* 293: CJ Co-op Work Experience                                                   aging and sound design. Class: 6 hours per week. Prerequisite: COM* 166
(formerly CJ 102: Criminal Justice Field Experience)                                 or COM* 241 and DGA* 111 or DGA* 212 or COM* 213 or permission of
This course is one hundred twenty hours of supervised field experience in a           instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
cooperating social service agency. Class: 1 hour, weekly pro-seminar. Prereq-        DGA* 287: Advanced Digital Video
uisites: CJS* 101 and the consent of the program coordinator. (O) 3 credits          (formerly MM 206: Digital Video II)
CJS* 294: Homeland Security                                                          This course allows students to continue their training in computer-based
(formerly CJ 297: Policing for the 21st Century)                                     video editing. Students will develop projects of their own design and learn
Policing for the 21st Century is a dynamic course meant to help students think       to take a video project from the planning stages, through video shooting, to
about alternative policing methods. There will be an emphasis on non-traditional     digitization and editing. This course counts as a Computer Studio elective in
practices, organizational methods and policies. Students will examine how to         the Multimedia Studies program. Class: 6 hours per week. Prerequisite: DGA*
make police systems more effective and how to improve service to communities         283 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
in a rapidly changing society. Class 3 hours per week. (O) 3 credits



70         Semester Offered designations:    Fa = Fall      O = Occasional         Sp = Spring      Su = Summer.
Manchester Community College                                           Class Schedule                                                         Spring 2007

DGA* 298: Digital Short Films                                                      DAR* 213: Addiction Counseling II
Students will learn digital storytelling from generating ideas to creating char-   Students will learn, practice, and develop counseling skills such as attend-
acters, themes, visual metaphors, developing plot, writing scenes, scripts and     ing, reflecting, active listening, modeling and mirroring. This course builds
using shot visualization techniques to make their own digital short film. Mise      on the fundamental theories of counseling learned in DAR 111 and shows
En Scene, sound design and digital desktop editing using Final Cut Pro Studio      the relationship between theory and skills. This course will also examine the
software and any other pertinent peripheral applications such as Adobe After       DSM and will discuss and examine co-occurring disorders in the addiction
Effects, Motion and/or Peak for sound. Class: 6 hours per week. Prerequisite:      field. Students will reflect on their roles as counselors and define the qualities,
DGA* 283 and/or COM* 166 or permission of instructor. (Sp) 3 credits               knowledge, and skills essential to become a competent, ethical, and culturally
                                                                                   aware counselor. This course combines didactic and experiential learning.
   Drug/Alcohol Recovery Counselor                                                 Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: DAR* 111. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                   DAR* 252: Counseling Internship II
DAR* 101: Public Health Issues Abuse & Addiction
                                                                                   This course is a continuation of DAR* 251 and again the student will spend a
(formerly DARC 101: Introduction to Issues in Drug/Alcohol Abuse)
                                                                                   minimum of 15 hours per week at their site and attend a classroom seminar
This course introduces addiction counseling by exploring areas such as the
                                                                                   once a week. It is expected that students will have counselor responsibilities
12 core functions of a substance abuse counselor, an historical perspective
                                                                                   at their sites and will be running groups and be assigned one or more clients.
of addiction and treatment, models of addiction, other addictions such as
                                                                                   In the classroom the students will prepare and write a case for presentation.
gambling, family issues with addiction, current and past treatment and pre-
                                                                                   Class: 2 hours per week plus 15 hours per week at their field placement site.
vention methods and an overview of drugs of abuse. It also covers unique
                                                                                   Prerequisite: DAR* 251 with a grade of “C” or better. (Sp) 6 credits
sociological and public health issues in the field of addiction such as HIV and
cultural considerations in assessment and treatment. Class: 3 hours per week.
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                              Early Childhood Education
DAR* 102: Contemporary Issues in Addiction                                         ECE* 101: Introduction to Early Childhood Education
This course will explore and discuss issues of addiction in areas as: medical,     (formerly ED 111)
legal, political, moral and cultural. Social and personal issues surrounding       This course is designed to acquaint students with the profession of early
addiction will also be explored. Articles, personal reaction and critical papers   childhood education. Foundations of early childhood education, the content
on a variety of topics surrounding addiction will be utilized. Class: 3 hours      of the curriculum and significant aspects of child growth and development will
per week. (O) 3 credits                                                            be discussed. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
DAR* 111: Addiction Counseling I                                                   ECE* 103: Creative Experiences/Children
(formerly DARC 111: Introduction to Counseling)                                    (formerly ED 212: Creative Activities for the Early Childhood Program)
Provides and overview of the major counseling theories such as Psychoana-          This course examines the role of music, movement, art, language and literacy,
lytic, Adlerian, Person Centered and Gestalt. Theories that are current and        dramatic play, blocks, table toys, sand and water in the curriculum. The rela-
more evidence- based such as REBT, MET and CBT will also be covered.               tionship of creative experiences to the total educational program of the young
The foci of this course are issues pertaining to addictions. Class: 3 hours per    child is explored. Students create and present developmentally appropriate
week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                            activities. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
DAR* 112: Group Counseling Theory & Techniques                                     ECE* 109: Science & Math for Children
(formerly DARC 112: Group Therapy and Techniques)                                  (formerly ED 237: Science, Nature and the Environment)
The theory of group dynamics and group leadership will be presented in a           This course will focus on the teacher’s role in supporting and expanding young
didactic and experiential setting. Students will learn about the different types   children’s interests in math, science, nature and the environment. Students will
of groups and the various stages of a group and how to write a progress            share and explore ideas, materials and activities both indoors and outdoors.
note on clients in a group setting. They will be expected to have a least one      Topics will include the importance of sand and water play, fostering observation
opportunity to lead the group during the semester. They will also learn how        skills and encouraging trial and error experiences. Identifying quality math and
groups can be used in treating addiction in a multicultural environment. Class:    science literature for young children will also be addressed. Class: 3 hours per
3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                week. Prerequisite: ECE* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
DAR* 114: Introduction to Family Systems                                           ECE* 131/ENG* 114: Children’s Literature
Presents an overview of family systems with special emphasis on families           (formerly ED 118/ENG 118)
with addictions. Areas discussed include the family as a system, the family        This course offers an overview of children’s literature including its history,
life cycle, the addiction process and impact on family systems, family roles       genres, and leading authors and illustrators. The selection and critical study
and rules and family counseling theories, goals, strategies and techniques.        of books for children, including folklore, poetry, fiction and nonfiction will be
(O) 3 credits                                                                      addressed. Issues related to children’s literature and literature extension
                                                                                   activities will also be explored. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG*
DAR* 158: Biology of Addiction
                                                                                   101. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
(formerly DARC 158: Biology of Drug/Alcohol Abuse)
Students will study the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of drugs             ECE* 214: Observation Assessment & Participant Seminar
and alcohol on various systems in the body. Students will get an understand-       (formerly ED 117: Observation and Assessment of the Early Childhood
ing of the classification of drugs and will examine the short and long term         Program)
consequences of alcohol and/or drug use, abuse and dependence on the body.         This course will focus on the role of the learning environment and teacher/child
Students will also be introduced to the process neurotransmission and how this     interaction in the early childhood program. Students will visit programs and
process effects addiction. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits              use observation forms to assess the quality of the early childhood experi-
                                                                                   ence for the young child. Six 4-hour observation visits are required. Class:
                                                                                   3 hours per week and the required program visits. Prerequisite: ECE* 101.
                                                                                   (Fa,Sp) 4 credits


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ECE* 222: Methods & Tech in Early Childhood Education
(formerly ED 211: The Early Childhood Curriculum)                                         Economics
This course studies the role of the teacher as she/he plans, implements, and           ECN* 101: Principles of Macroeconomics
evaluates a curriculum that focuses on the design of the learning environment;         (formerly ECON 101: Macroeconomics)
the interaction between teacher, child, and family; and the development of             This course covers determinants of the level of national economic activity,
activities that foster children’s social, emotional, physical, and intellectual        employment and prices, fiscal and monetary policy, international economics,
development. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                and payment mechanisms. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility
ECE* 224: Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum                                          for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly ED 217)                                                                      ECN* 102: Principles of Microeconomics
This course focuses on the teaching strategies necessary to design and imple-          (formerly ECON 102: Microeconomics)
ment a high quality early childhood program and will address topics of previous        Demand and supply, principles of the market mechanisms, pricing and output
curriculum courses in greater depth. Study topics will include observation and         determination under competitive and noncompetitive market behavior, factor
planning for individual and groups of children, working with families, and ethics.     productivity, prices and international economics will be taught. Class: 3 hours
Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ECE* 101. (Sp) 3 credits                        per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG*
ECE* 231: Early Language and Literacy Development                                      066. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
(formerly ED 123: Language and Literacy)
This course is an introduction to the language and literacy development of                Electrical Engineering Technology
children from birth through age eight. It explores ways that adults can promote
growth in the areas of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Class: 3 hours        EET* 108: AC/DC Circuit Analysis
per week Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                     (formerly ELT 120)
                                                                                       An introductory course in DC and AC circuit fundamentals with emphasis on
ECE* 241: Methods and Techniques for Infants and Toddlers                              circuit analysis, measurements, and test equipment operation. Topics include:
This course is a study of the growth and development of infants and toddlers           DC/AC circuit principles, circuit analysis laws and theorems, components, test
across all domains. Specific attention will be placed on the critical importance        equipment fundamentals, circuit simulation software, and other related topics.
of purposeful learning environments, language development, communica-                  Upon completion of the course, students will be able to interpret circuit sche-
tion and supporting infants’ and toddlers’ social and emotional development.           matics, design, construct, verify, and analyze DC/AC circuits and use electrical
There will be discussion and exploration of significant research to support our         test equipment. The course includes a laboratory component. Class: 3 hours
understanding of the importance of healthy development. We will also explore           per week. Laboratory: 2 hours per week. Co-requisite: MAT* 154. 4 credits
the importance of establishing warm, responsive, nurturing relationships with
young children. Class: 3 hours per week. (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                          Engineering Science (General)
ECE* 290: CDA Field Experience
(formerly ED 200: Field Experience)                                                    EGR* 101: Engineering Experience
The student participates in 300 hours of training in an early childhood education      (formerly ENGR 110)
program where he/she assumes responsibilities appropriate to his/her skills,           This course is designed for students that think they may have an interest in
knowledge and experience. Prerequisite: Interview with CDA Coordinator                 science, engineering and technology. It will cover design and safety principles,
and/or permission of instructor. (Sp) 3 credits                                        illustrate why you can drive your car across a bridge, explain how a hair dryer
                                                                                       really works, why airplanes fly and a curve ball curves. Students will be exposed
ECE* 295: Student Teaching Practicum                                                   to a wide range of engineering problems and solutions and the best part is
(formerly ED 295: Student Teaching)                                                    mathematics will not be needed. Class: 3 hours per week. No prerequisites,
The student participates in 225 hours of training in a NAEYC accredited early          (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
childhood education program. The student will assume responsibilities ap-
propriate to his/her skills, knowledge and experience. Attendance is required          EGR* 111: Introduction to Engineering
at seminars as well as completion of the 225 hour practicum requirement.               (formerly ENGR 111)
Prerequisite: Forty hours of approved course work and permission of instruc-           Students will be introduced to the fields of engineering through design and
tor. (Fa,Sp) 6 credits                                                                 graphics and comprehensive engineering projects. Topics include: sketch-
                                                                                       ing, charts, graphs, forces, energy, electrical circuits, mechanisms, robotics,
   Earth Science                                                                       manufacturing technologies, and fundamentals of engineering economics.
                                                                                       Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: MAT* 138 or a satisfactory score on
EAS* 102: Earth Science                                                                math placement test. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly ERSC 110: Introduction to Earth Science                                      EGR* 212: Engineering Dynamics
This course is an introductory survey of selected topics in geology, oceanogra-        (formerly ENGR 212)
phy, astronomy, and meteorology. Earthquakes, moon probes, sea explorations,           Engineering applications of Newtonian mechanics to dynamic forces, trans-
plate tectonics, and severe weather are among the topics treated in depth.             lational motion, work, impulse and momentum will be taught. Topics included:
The course may be supplemented with field trips. Class: 3 hours per week.               kinematics, kinetics of particles and rigid bodies, vibrations, energy and
(Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits                                                                   momentum conservation. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: EGR* 211
                                                                                       and MAT* 256. (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                       EGR* 221: Introduction to Electric Circuit Analysis
                                                                                       (formerly ENGR 221)
                                                                                       Linear electric circuit analysis using Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s laws: includes loop
                                                                                       and nodal analysis; transients in electric circuits; behavior of operational ampli-



72         Semester Offered designations:     Fa = Fall      O = Occasional          Sp = Spring      Su = Summer.
Manchester Community College                                           Class Schedule                                                           Spring 2007

fiers and nonlinear devices; design, operation and use of electric instruments;     ENG* 114/ECE* 131: Children’s Literature
basic meter movements; and simple filter circuits. TI-85 graphing calculator        (formerly ENG 118/ED 118)
required. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 2 hours per week. Prerequisites:    (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits. See Early Childhood Education.
PHY* 222 and MAT* 256. Co-requisite: MAT* 285. (Sp) 4 credits
                                                                                   ENG* 190: Basic Study Skills
EGR* 230: C++ For Engineers                                                        (formerly ENG 100)
This course approaches the C++ programming language using structured               This course is designed for and required of all students enrolled in the Adults in
and object oriented programming methods to examine and solve a variety of          Transition program. Taken just before their first semester, this course introduces
engineering problems. The course will include the use of abstract data types in    students to fundamental study skills. It presents these skills as processes and
solving classical engineering problems. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:     shows how they relate to and reinforce one another. Class: 15 hours. Open
MAT* 138 or a satisfactory score on math placement test, or permission of          only to students in the Adults in Transition Program. (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
instructor; (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.
                                                                                   ENG* 200: Advanced Composition
                                                                                   (formerly ENG 112: Reading and Writing for Academic Research)
   English                                                                         This course is designed to develop and refine the advanced skills learned
                                                                                   in ENG* 101 that are essential for both academic and professional writing.
ENG* 043: Writing: Paragraph to Essay
                                                                                   Emphasis will be on research and writing from data (outside sources). The
(formerly ENG 093: Preparatory College Reading and Writing I)
                                                                                   main areas covered will be exposition, argumentation, and the research paper.
This course is designed for students who need a semester of reading and
                                                                                   Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a grade of “C” or better.
writing experiences before continuing on to ENG* 066. This course will engage
                                                                                   (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
students in reading and writing activities with an emphasis on whole class
and small group discussion. Note: A grade of “C” or better is required in ENG*     ENG* 202: Technical Writing
043 to take ENG* 066. Placement via assessment test. Class: 3 hours per            (formerly ENG 114)
week. (Fa,Sp) no credit                                                            This course focuses on the researching, writing, and editing of documents
                                                                                   commonly found in the fields of science, technology, and business. Major top-
ENG* 066: Foundation for College Study/Reading/Writing
                                                                                   ics covered include memo reports, instructions, proposals, progress reports,
(formerly ENG 097: Preparatory College Reading and Writing II)
                                                                                   abstracts, document design, and documentation styles for technical reports.
This course focuses on reading and writing as processes. Students will interact
                                                                                   Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a grade of “C” or better.
with various types of texts through reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
                                                                                   (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
They will have the opportunity to create meaningful pieces for real purposes
and real audiences. This course will prepare students to understand, interpret,    ENG* 203: Grammar, Usage, and Style/BOT* 139: Advanced Editing
and respond to course content at the college level. As a result of this course,    and Proofreading
students will form a set of personal strategies for reading and writing. Note: A   (formerly ENG 203/BOT 203)
grade of “C” or better in ENG* 066 is required to take ENG* 093. Prerequisite:     (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. See Business Office Technology.
ENG* 043 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement via assessment test.
                                                                                   ENG* 222: American Literature II
Class: 6 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) no credit
                                                                                   (formerly ENG 246)
ENG* 093: Introduction to College Reading & Writing                                This course examines major American writers from the late 19th century to
(formerly ENG 098: Preparatory College Reading and Writing III)                    the present day, with a focus on their contributions to the rapid and unique
This course is designed for students who need to develop further their capabili-   changes in style, form, and content that mark the literary tradition of 20th cen-
ties in language use—reading, writing, thinking, and speaking—to prepare           tury America. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 110 or permission
them for the kinds of assignments they will be asked to complete in ENG*           of the instructor. (Sp) 3 credits
101 and beyond. Students will read, discuss, think, and write about a number
                                                                                   ENG* 246: Modern Western Literature
of topics. Note: A grade of “C” or better in ENG* 093 is required to take ENG*
                                                                                   (formerly ENG 252: Western World Literature II)
101. Prerequisite: ENG 096 (pre-fall 2003) or ENG* 066 (fall 2003 and after)
                                                                                   This course introduces students to Western literature from the Age of Reason
with a grade of “C” or better, or placement via assessment test. Class: 3 hours
                                                                                   through the Modern Period and (for purposes of comparison) to a variety of so-
per week. (Fa,Sp,Su) no credit
                                                                                   called “non-canonical” texts from writers who until very recently were not studied
ENG* 101: Composition                                                              in college classrooms. Students will examine the poetic and narrative strate-
(formerly ENG 111: College Reading and Writing)                                    gies of writers from a variety of classes and cultures. Class: 3 hours per week.
This course is designed to introduce students to “the language of the academy”     Prerequisite: ENG* 110 or permission of the instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
— that is, to the complex literacies of reading, writing, thinking, and speaking
                                                                                   ENG* 263: Women in Poetry
required of college students regardless of their area of specialization. ENG*
                                                                                   (formerly ENG 220: Introduction to Contemporary Women Poets)
101 also introduces students to the specific requirements and standards of
                                                                                   This course is a seminar on the lives and work of women poets from 1950
academic writing, including essay format, voice, and organizational strategies.
                                                                                   to the present. Students will read, discuss, and analyze poems and explore
Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 093 with a grade of “C” or better,
                                                                                   how they reflect the life and times of the author. Students will keep a journal
or placement via assessment test. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                   to record their understanding of the poems and to explore how the poems
ENG* 110: Introduction to Literature                                               reflect their own experience. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101
(formerly ENG 120)                                                                 or permission of the instructor. (Sp) 3 credits
This course is an introduction to the thematic and formal elements of litera-
                                                                                   ENG* 282: Creative Writing: Poetry
tures of diverse cultures, with an emphasis on fiction, poetry, drama, and
                                                                                   (formerly ENG 222)
the essay, with the aim of developing interpretive reading and writing skills.
                                                                                   This course is a workshop in which students write and polish poems and study
Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                                   the poems of published writers and fellow students. Class: 3 hours per week.
(Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                   Prerequisite: ENG* 101 or permission of the instructor. (Sp) 3 credits


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ENG* 294: English Practicum                                                            Finance, See Business, Finance
(formerly ENG 294)
This course is designed to offer motivated students a practicum experience             Fine Arts, See Art, Digital Arts, and Graphic Design
in the college English classroom based on the assumption that “the best way
to learn a subject is to teach it.” There are four Practicum options for students:        French
Writing Practicum; Literature Practicum; Tutoring Practicum; Research Practi-
cum. Class: 3 semester hours, to be arranged. Prerequisite: Students will need         FRE* 112: Elementary French II
the permission of the instructor of record to register. To be eligible, students       (formerly FREN 102)
should have completed 24 credits at MCC, should have completed ENG*                    The second half of Elementary French. Practice in conversation, reading and
101 and either ENG* 110 or ENG* 200, and should have a GPA of at least                 writing, and the study of French grammar and culture as an aid to communi-
3.0. Interested students should submit one letter of recommendation from an            cation. Class: 4 hours per week. Prerequisite: FRE* 111 or one year of high
MCC faculty member, a 250-word application essay detailing why they are                school French, or permission of instructor. Transfer schools may not award
interested in pursuing this Practicum and a writing sample (which must be a            credit for this course if the student has already completed two or more years
paper they have submitted for a class at MCC) to the instructor of record who          of French at the high school level. (Sp) 4 credits
is chairing the selection committee. The deadline for submission of application
portfolios is two weeks before the start of each semester. Contact professor           FRE* 212: Intermediate French II
of note for more information. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits.                                       (formerly FREN 202)
                                                                                       This course is the second half of Intermediate French. The course will work to
                                                                                       continue to develop skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing, including
   English as a Second Language                                                        reading from selections on Francophone culture. Class: 4 hours per week.
ESL* 163: ESL Structure I                                                              Prerequisites: FREN* 111 and 112, or two years of high school French, or
(formerly ENG 106)                                                                     permission of instructor. (Sp) 4 credits
This is the beginning level of content-based grammar for the ESL student.
Students will practice grammatical patterns as well as pronunciation, stress,             Geography
and intonation. Class: 4 hours per week. Placement via assessment test. Note:
ESL* 163 may be taken concurrently with ESL* 165; however, permission of               GEO* 101: Introduction to Geography
the instructor is required. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits                                          (formerly GEOG 101: People and Land: Introduction to Geography)
                                                                                       This course introduces some of the many topics geographers examine to
ESL* 164: ESL Structure II                                                             explain the relationship between people and place. Topics include the physi-
(formerly ENG 107)                                                                     cal earth, i.e. how mountains and lakes form, cultural patterns such as how
This course is the next level of content-based grammar for the ESL student.            languages in neighboring countries are related, population analysis, like hu-
Students will practice grammatical patterns as well as pronunciation, stress,          man migration trends, and economic analysis including growth and decline of
and intonation. Class: 4 hours per week. Prerequisite: “C” or better in ESL*           regions. Geographic factors that underlie current political, social and economic
163 or appropriate assessment test score or permission of instructor. ESL*             problems will also be explored. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concur-
164 may be taken concurrently with ESL* 166; however, permission of the                rently taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
instructor is required. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
                                                                                       GEO* 111: World Regional Geography
ESL* 165: ESL Reading & Writing I                                                      (formerly GEOG 111)
(formerly ENG 116: ESL - Reading/Writing I)                                            This course provides the student with a survey of the lands, peoples, and
This is a course of reading and writing in ESL. It also concentrates on proper         places in the world’s major cultural regions. Students explore the interac-
spelling, punctuation, and capitalization in written paragraphs. Class: 4 hours        tion between the physical environment and cultural, political and economic
per week. Prerequisite: “C” or better in ESL* 163 or appropriate assessment            conditions in regions such as South and Central America, Asia, Africa and
test score or permission of instructor. ESL* 165 may be taken concurrently             the Middle East. This course provides a background for understanding world
with ESL* 163; however, permission of the instructor is required. (Fa,Sp) 4            events. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066.
credits                                                                                (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
ESL* 166: Writing & Reading VI                                                         GEO* 204: Geography and Tourism Development
(formerly ENG 117: ESL - Reading/Writing II)                                           (formerly GEOG 204)
This is a course of reading and writing in ESL, emphasizing reading compre-            The course introduces students to tourism and the components that link
hension, inference and critical thinking strategies, as well as more complex           geography and travel together. The tourism system model of demand, travel,
paragraph format and eventual essay development. Class: 4 hours per week.              destination, and marketing is discussed. This course also gives insight into
Prerequisite: “C” or better in ESL* 164 or appropriate assessment test score           tourism planning; impacts on the water, land, and air; travel geography; travel
or permission of the instructor. ESL* 166 may be taken concurrently with ESL*          modes; accommodations; support industries; resorts; tourism regulation; con-
164; however, permission of the instructor is required. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits              sumer behavior; and trends. The comprehensive view outlined in the course
                                                                                       brings to the forefront the immense proportions of world tourism. Prerequisite:
   Environmental Science                                                               Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. (Sp) 3 credits

EVS* 100: Introduction to Environmental Science
(formerly EVSC 100)
An introduction to the problems of physical resources management and
aspects of ecological concern in our natural environment, with emphasis on
our demand for energy, the consumption of our natural resources, resource
pollution, and waste management. Alternate sources of energy are explored.
Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits


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   Geology                                                                              Health, Physical Education
GLG* 121: Introduction to Physical Geology                                          The College offers instruction in many different kinds of athletic activities and an
(formerly GEOL 110)                                                                 associate degree in Sport and Exercise Studies. Consult the class schedule for
An introduction to the principles governing the composition and structure of        the list of health, and/or physical education courses offered each semester.
the Earth’s crust, and the study of land forms and geological processes on
                                                                                    HPE* 102: Physical Fitness and Exercise
and within the Earth’s surface. Topics include rock-forming minerals, rocks,
                                                                                    (formerly HPE 161)
fossils, glaciers, earthquakes, volcanoes, plate tectonics and mountain building.
                                                                                    This course is designed to provide the background information concerning
Field trips will be required as a component of the laboratory. Class: 3 hours
                                                                                    exercise prescription, development and follow through. Students will be trained
per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
                                                                                    in exercise testing, theory and ethics, and practical exercise programs for the
                                                                                    beginning exerciser. They will receive a practical understanding of all aspects
   Graphic Design, See also Art, and Digital Arts                                   of fitness center operations from both a fitness specialist and management
                                                                                    point of view. (Sp) 3 credits
STUDIO COURSES: Students enrolled in fine arts studio courses are re-
sponsible for buying any supplies required for satisfactory completion of the       HPE* 104: Adventure Based Dynamics
course. All studio courses are open to both beginning and advanced students.        (O) 1 credit
Advanced students may work on individual projects. Studio courses meet 6
                                                                                    HPE* 110: Aerobics
hours per week.
                                                                                    (formerly HPE 114)
GRA* 151: Graphic Design I                                                          (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
(formerly FA 205)
                                                                                    HPE* 116: Weight Training
An introduction to communication design and basic studio skills with an
                                                                                    (formerly HPE 115)
emphasis on developing the ability to convert creative concepts into a visual
                                                                                    (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
medium. The course covers design layout, typography, the development of
graphic identity, portfolio development and mechanical preparation. (Fa,Sp)         HPE* 164: Bowling
3 credits. May be taken up to four times for credit.                                (formerly HPE 132)
                                                                                    (Fa) 1 credit
GRA* 221: Illustration I
(formerly FA 201)                                                                   HPE* 192: Softball
A studio course designed to develop fundamental graphic rendering skills.           (formerly HPE 130)
The course explores a variety of materials and media through the creation of        (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
images. The emphasis is on the translation of concepts into visuals. (May be        HPE* 217: Principles & Practices of Coaching
taken up to 4 times for credit.) (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                  (formerly HPE 141)
GRA* 222, GRA* 223, GRA* 224: Illustration II, III, IV                              An introduction to the basic principles and practices required in dealing with the
(formerly FA 202, FA 203, FA 204)                                                   arrangement, administration and organization of athletic programs. Emphasis
These studio courses expand the skills and techniques of translating concepts       is on coaching athletic teams: legal responsibilities, historical perspectives of
into visual form that were learned in GRA* 221, with a greater emphasis on          sport, ethics of coaching, philosophy of coaching, sport psychology, sport
project development and professional presentation. Prerequisite: GRA* 221.          pedagogy, sports medicine and safety. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                                   HPE* 240: Principles of Fitness
GRA* 252, GRA* 253, GRA* 254: Graphic Design II, III, IV                            (formerly HPE 120)
(formerly FA 206, FA 207, FA 208)                                                   A survey of sport/exercise/fitness physiology and its application to sport per-
Subsequent semesters of graphic design build on fundamentals covered in             formance and fitness. Emphasis will be placed on the study of physiological
GRA* 151 but place a greater emphasis on professional design presentation           changes associated with the human body as you begin training for various
through the development of more complex projects. Prerequisite: GRA* 151.           sports. This will include the cardiovascular system, respiratory system, endo-
(Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                                   crine system, neuromuscular physiology, bone health, and essential nutrient
                                                                                    intake. (Sp) 3 credits
   Health                                                                           HPE* 242: Introduction to Athletic Training
                                                                                    (formerly HPE 140: Medical Aspects of Sport)
HLT* 295: Allied Health Coop Work Experience
                                                                                    An introduction to the basic concepts and techniques in the prevention, diag-
(formerly AH 270: Cooperative Education/Work Experience)
                                                                                    nosis, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Practical applications are
This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory in
                                                                                    examined as the basic concepts of training, conditioning, diet and nutritional
an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings
                                                                                    needs are presented. Extensive experience in taping and on field care is an
as related to their program of study including hospitals, nursing homes, labo-
                                                                                    important aspect of the course. (Fa) 3 credits
ratories. Prerequisites: 15 completed credit hours in Allied Health programs.
(Fa,Sp) 3 credits. Please refer to page 16 for more information and general         HPE* 252: Introduction to Physical Education
prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.                            (formerly HPE 201)
                                                                                    An introduction to the professional aspects of physical education. Includes the
                                                                                    history, philosophy and foundation of the role of physical education in society
                                                                                    today. Topics in the course will involve the philosophical and scientific founda-
                                                                                    tions of physical education and an examination of literature, scientific inquiry,
                                                                                    exercise prescription, and career options available. 3 credits



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HPE* 257: Adapted Physical Education                                                 that will be discussed include the importance of domestic affairs on the Vietnam
(formerly HPE 202)                                                                   War, the U.S. Military’s role in the war, and the world-view of U.S. Presidents
An introduction to the instructional adaptations necessary to meet the               as diverse as Dwight Eisenhower and Lyndon Johnson. Because the war has
physical activity needs of students with disabilities. Individual assessments,       produced a long-lasting legacy on American culture, the post Vietnam War
educational planning, service delivery and advocacy for special needs,               years will also be examined in detail. How the last three decades of politics,
are content areas stressed in this course. It draws on the fields of adapted          music, film, and literature have been influenced by the Vietnam War will be
physical education, special education, psychology, medicine, occupational            subject of in-depth analysis. Prerequisite: Grade of C or higher in another
therapy, physical therapy, and therapeutic recreational service to provide a         college history course. (O) 3 credits
complete, comprehensive resource. Prerequisite: HPE* 252 or permission
of the instructor. 3 credits                                                            Hospitality Management
   History                                                                           HSP* 100: Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
                                                                                     (formerly HOSP 111)
HIS* 101: Western Civilization I                                                     A survey course encompassing three major areas of the Hospitality Industry:
(formerly HIST 101: Western Civilization Through the Reformation)                    the foodservice industry including restaurants, institutions, clubs, and schools;
An examination of major themes in the development of Western Civilization            the hotel-motel industry, including travel and tourism; and hospitality manage-
from the earliest historical beginnings. Topics include: Ancient Middle East,        ment theories, styles, and laws. Career opportunities are emphasized in each
Greece and Rome, Medieval and Renaissance Europe. Class: 3 hours per                 area. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066.
                                                                                     HSP* 101: Principles of Food Preparation
(Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                     (formerly HOSP 101: Basic Foods Preparation)
HIS* 102: Western Civilization II                                                    Introduces techniques and procedures required to prepare basic foods in
(formerly HIST 102: Western Civilization Since the Reformation)                      a hands-on kitchen laboratory environment. Emphasis is placed on use of
This course examines the history of Western Civilization from the Protestant         equipment, identification of a standard quality product, and the importance
Reformation to the Cold War. HIS* 101 and HIS* 102 need not be taken in              of methods by which to develop sanitary working habits. Class: 1 hour per
sequence. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or         week. Laboratory: 3 1/2 hours per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for MAT* 095
concurrently taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                      or MAT* 075 taken concurrently. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
HIS* 201: United States History I                                                    HSP* 103: Basic Baking and Pastry Arts
(formerly HIST 201)                                                                  (formerly HOSP 115)
The course represents a social, political, and economic survey of America            An introduction to baking and pastry with intensive hands-on laboratory training
beginning before the arrival of Columbus and continuing to 1877 through              in a quantity food environment. This course concentrates on the production
an analysis of the transformation from Native American to Anglo-American             and quality control of baked goods. Laboratory classes emphasize basic
society, from sectionalism to national unity, from westward expansion to urban       ingredients and production techniques for breads, rolls, batters, cookies, pies,
development and an examination of the forces shaping American thinking and           basic cakes, and decorations. Class: 1 hour per week. Laboratory: 3 hours
society. Other topics will feature race, ethnicity, women, and family issues.        and 30 minutes per week. Prerequisite: eligibility for MAT* 095 or MAT* 075
Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently      taken concurrently. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                     HSP* 105: Cake Decorating
HIS* 202: United States History II                                                   (formerly HOSP 105)
(formerly HIST 202)                                                                  The class introduces students to the fundamentals and necessary skills needed
The course represents a social, political, and economic survey of the United         for commercial cake decorating. Class: 1 hour per week. Laboratory: 3 hours
States from 1877 to the present through an analysis of the growth of trans-          per week. (Fa,Sp) 2 credits
portation, industrialization, urbanization, technology, and imperialism and
                                                                                     HSP* 108: Sanitation and Safety
an analysis of their effects in shaping American thinking and society. The
                                                                                     (formerly HOSP 112)
discussion will also feature women’s suffrage, civil rights, and ethnic and
                                                                                     A study of sanitation and safety problems encountered in the foodservice
minority issues. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093
                                                                                     industry, and controls and solutions to those problems. Moral, legal and eco-
or concurrently taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                     nomic aspects of food protection problems and solutions are discussed. The
HIS* 217: African American History II                                                National Restaurant Association’s Applied Foodservice Sanitation Certification
This course focuses on the experience of African Americans since 1877                Exam will be offered during this course. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101.
within the broad context of American history. Students will explore the rise of      (Fa,Sp) 3 credits This course can be substituted for HSP* 109: Food Safety
the Jim Crow laws and sharecropping system in the South and the impact of            Certification in any hospitality certificate program.
racial segregation at the national level in late nineteenth century, examine the
                                                                                     HSP* 112: Regional American Cuisine
growth and achievement of the civil rights movement, and assess the evolution
                                                                                     (formerly HOSP 102: Regional American Cuisine)
in racial relationship in American society in the twentieth century and beyond.
                                                                                     Full-course regional American menus are prepared in quantity. Students experi-
Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: A grade of “C” or higher in another
                                                                                     ence various responsibilities in the dining room and kitchen areas. Emphasis
college history course. (O) 3 credits
                                                                                     is on preparation or recipes, purchase orders, requisitions and income and
HIS* 227: The Vietnam War                                                            expense summaries. Class: 1 hour per week. Laboratory: 5 hours and 30
(formerly HIST 227)                                                                  minutes per week. Prerequisite: C- or better in HSP* 101. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
This course will analyze the history of America’s role in Vietnam from 1945
                                                                                     HSP* 115: Food Store Systems
to 1975. To understand the Vietnam War, however, broad themes must be as-
                                                                                     (formerly HOSP 125: Introduction to Food Store Systems)
sessed such as the history and culture of Vietnam, the rise of the Third World,
                                                                                     An introduction to the food store business with a focus on structure, depart-
and the impact of the Cold War on U.S. Vietnam policy. Other important issues


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ment identification and function, department interdependence, personnel,            HSP* 296: Cooperative Education/Work Experience
the role of management, marketing and merchandising, and future direction.         (formerly HOSP 270)
(O) 3 credits                                                                      This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory
HSP* 201: International Foods                                                      in an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work set-
(formerly HOSP 217)                                                                tings as related to their program of study including corporations, institutions,
Full-course, ethnic menus are planned, prepared and served by student teams.       restaurants, hotel and conference settings. Prerequisites: 12 completed
Emphasis is on organization, showmanship and supervision. Students will            credit hours in a Hospitality Careers program. (Sp,Su) 3 credits. Please refer
provide both oral and written reports on the menu presentations including          to page 16 for more information and general prerequisites for Cooperative
food and labor costs, product and production analysis, and menu presenta-          Education/Work Experience.
tion and delivery. Class: 1 hour per week. Laboratory: 5 1/2 hours per week.
Prerequisite: C- or better in HSP* 112. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits                              Human Services
HSP* 210: Buffet Catering                                                          HSE* 101: Introduction to Human Services
(formerly HOSP 210: Buffet Catering and Garde Manger)                              (formerly HS 101)
Students experience artistic production such as ice carving, platter presen-       Course includes history of the human service movement, introduction to current
tation and garnishing while participating in on-campus community service           theory and knowledge related to human services, and survey of contemporary
catered functions. Class: 1 hour per week. Laboratory: 5.5 hours per week.         helping professions. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa) 3 credits
Prerequisite: C- or better in HSP* 112. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
                                                                                   HSE* 210: Group & Interpersonal Relations
HSP* 212: Equipment Design and Layout                                              (formerly HS 201: Work with Groups)
(formerly HOSP 212)                                                                Current group theory, knowledge, methods and skills are covered that lead to
Simple drafting procedures are used to lay out basic floor plans and simple         beginning competence in helping people problem solve through group experi-
evaluations of project drawings. Students are taught to interpret architectural    ence. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: HSE* 101 or employment in a
plans. The selection of equipment and the making of applicable scale templates     human service position. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
are part of the term project in which each student designs his or her own
operation. Prerequisite: C- or better in HSP* 112. (Sp) 3 credits                  HSE* 220: Juveniles in the Human Service System
                                                                                   The course will explore the unique nature of needs of juvenile clients. Explora-
HSP* 215: Baking and Pastry Arts II                                                tions will include the family, community, educational systems and peer groups.
(formerly HOSP 215: Advanced Baking and Pastry Arts)                               Current theories, models and programming will be examined. Class: 3 hours
This course focuses on the preparation of advanced pastries and classical          per week. Prerequisite: HSE* 101. (O) 3 credits
desserts which include the preparation of petit fours, cake decoration and
calligraphy, sugar and chocolate work, ice cream and show pieces. The course       HSE* 241: Human Services Agencies & Organizations
objectives also include the preparation of pralines, candies and speciality        (formerly HS 252: Work with Agencies and Communities)
items. Laboratory classes are complemented with baking and pastry arts             An introduction to the study of human service organizations. The skills,
related studies that introduce management operations and procedures in the         methods, and functions of human service providers are explored, developed,
baking profession. Class: 1 hour per week. Laboratory: 3 1/2 hours per week.       analyzed, presented and integrated into the overall learning experience of the
Prerequisite: C- or better in HSP* 103. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                          students. Through the utilization of group process, students will develop and
                                                                                   present a grant proposal. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: HSE* 101,
HSP* 234: Supported Education-Foods                                                HSE* 251, and HSE* 210, and previous or concurrent enrollment in HSE*
(formerly HOSP 295)                                                                281. (Sp) 3 credits
This course is designed to provide foodservice students with the appropriate
skills needed to train individuals with special needs in foodservice occupa-       HSE* 251: Work with Individuals and Families
tions. Emphasis is on teaching strategies, training techniques, understanding      (formerly HS 152)
behavior management, task analysis, and work adjustments for learners with         An introduction to current knowledge and theory related to understanding
special needs as they relate to foodservice operations. Class: 1 hour per          basic human needs. Classroom practice of the interactional skills needed in
week. Laboratory: 5 hours per week. Prerequisite: C- or better in HSP* 112.        the helping professions: assessment, planning, contracting, interventions, in-
(Fa,Sp) 4 credits                                                                  terviewing and evaluation is studied. Self-awareness regarding personal values
                                                                                   and professional ethics is developed. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:
HSP* 235: Advanced Pastry Arts                                                     HSE* 101 or 6 credits in psychology. (Sp) 3 credits
This is a lecture and laboratory course on the principles, techniques, and
materials of sculpture of chocolate, sugar, pastillage and marzipan. Class:        HSE* 282: Human Services Field Work II
1 hour per week. Laboratory: 3.5 hours per week. Prerequisite: HSP* 215.           (formerly HS 292: Human Services Field Experience II)
(Every other odd year, Sp) 3 credits                                               120 hours of supervised field work in a cooperating human service agency.
                                                                                   Attendance is required at weekly pro-seminar meetings. Prerequisites: HSE*
HSP* 238: Relationship Marketing                                                   101, HSE* 251, HSE* 210, HSE* 281 and permission of coordinator. (Sp) 3
(formerly HOSP 260)                                                                credits
The purpose of this course is to give the student a solid foundation in customer
service systems. Students will learn concepts and skills necessary to perform          Humanities
effectively in a customer driven service economy. This course will focus on the
concepts and applications of communications, strategic planning, teamwork,         HUM* 172: Harlem Renaissance
coaching, and vision building, as well as an introduction to Total Quality         (formerly HUMN 201)
Management. This course emphasizes the importance of development and               Students will explore and experience the incredible surge of creative activity
retention of repeat customers and business buyers. Class 3 hours per week.         in literature, music, the visual and performing arts by African Americans in
(Sp) 3 credits                                                                     the 1920s. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 or permission of
                                                                                   the instructor. (O) 3 credits


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                                                                                        LGL* 211: Business Organization
   Legal                                                                                (formerly LEGL 211: Business Organizations)
All paralegal courses require students to be eligible for ENG* 101, or permis-          Provides an introduction to and understanding of the basic principles of law
sion of instructor, as a prerequisite for enrollment.                                   that apply to the formation of different business organizations sole proprietor-
                                                                                        ship, general partnership, limited partnership, LLC, LLP, and corporation for
LGL* 102: Legal Research and Writing                                                    the paralegal. Students will be taught legal concepts regarding the scope and
(formerly LGL* 112: Legal Research)                                                     skills needed in the formation and operation of these business forms. Familiar-
Provides an understanding of the basic tools of legal research. Students will           ity with legislation, legal terminology, legal ethics, and legal requirements will
become familiar with the use of the law library, examining primary and sec-             be stressed. Practical applications and drafting of necessary documents and
ondary authorities and law-finding tools. Research procedural methods are                forms will be included. (Sp) 3 credits.
advanced through case examples and problem-solving techniques. Research                 LGL* 216: Administrative Law
findings are reported in legal memoranda. An off-campus law library must                 (formerly LEGL 205)
be used. Prerequisite: LGL* 101: Introduction to Paralegalism or POL* 120:              Presents a basic understanding of legal concepts affecting public administrative
Introduction to Law (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                   agencies, including the way in which administrative agencies fit into the United
LGL* 103: Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility                                  States system of government, delegation of authority and separation of powers,
(formerly LEGL 110)                                                                     the types and organization of administrative agencies, sources of administrative
Introduces students to the paralegal profession and the basic ethical principles        law, rule making, legislative oversight, agency actions, controls on agencies,
which regulate those working in law, placing special emphasis on how the rules          appeals, adjudications, judicial review, and legal ethics. Specific areas of
affect paralegals. Regulation of attorneys and unauthorized practice of law             agency action are explored, which include environmental law, Social Security,
is discussed with reference to permitted paralegal tasks. Critical issues such          civil rights, immigration law, and Workers’ Compensation. (O) 3 credits
as conflicts of interest, confidentiality, competence, and financial matters are           LGL* 220: Computer Applications in Law
emphasized. Students will become familiar with the law affecting lawyers and            (formerly LEGL 220)
legal assistants, including the American Bar Association Rules of Professional          Provides the paralegal student with a background in computer applications in
Conduct, and guidelines and codes adopted by bar and paralegal professional             the law office. The student will be exposed to Microsoft Office Suite applications,
organizations. (Fa,Sp) 1 credit                                                         as well as specialized legal software, such as PCLaw, Amicus Attorney, and
LGL* 104: Real Estate Practice                                                          Summation, in order to perform billing and calendar functions, file manage-
(formerly LEGL 207: Real Estate Transactions)                                           ment, legal document preparation, and financial computations. The student
Examines basic principles of real property law, with an emphasis on the role            will learn to access public records, governmental information and court forms
of paralegals in residential real estate transactions. Areas studied include            using the Internet. The student will perform legal research using Westlaw and
acquisition of real property and fixtures, surveys and legal descriptions,               Lexis-Nexis. Prerequisite: Students without a strong foundation in computer
co-ownership, easements and other encumbrances, marketable record title                 applications should take CSC* 101 Introduction to Computers or BOT* 230
and title insurance, brokers, sales contracts, mortgage financing, and closing           Microsoft Office Suite Applications. (Fa) 4 credits
procedures. Students gain practical experience through document preparation,            LGL* 270: Cooperative Education/Work Experience
and familiarity with land records through assignments. Ethical issues related           (formerly LEGL 270)
to this practice area are discussed. (Sp) 3 credits.                                    Provides students with the opportunity to apply classroom theory in an actual
LGL* 208: Litigation                                                                    work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings related to
(formerly LEGL 221)                                                                     the program of study, including private law firms, corporate legal departments,
Provides the student with a basic understanding of the civil litigation process         government or other settings in which practical experience may be gained.
as preparation for employment as a paralegal. The course surveys and reviews            In addition to site placement (150 hours for unpaid internships; 300 hours for
the civil litigation process in state and federal courts, including the form and        paid placement), students attend seminars focusing on job-related interper-
content of documents used in instituting or defending civil lawsuits. Students will     sonal skills, such as values and preferences, time and stress management,
be taught legal concepts and skills necessary to work as a litigation paralegal.        communication skills, conflict management, corporate culture, new employee
Emphasis is given to court and office procedures before, during, and after               orientation, performance evaluations, business ethics, leadership, and career
trial, including causes of action and remedies, lawyer and client relationships         advancement. Job search strategies are discussed and practiced. Prerequi-
and ethics, discovery, pleadings, organization of evidence, juries and verdicts;        sites: 12 completed credit hours in the Paralegal program and permission
structure of a civil trial; post-trial motions; judgments; appeals, settlements,        of instructor. Students work with the Cooperative Education Director during
releases, and dismissals; and arbitration and medication. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits             the semester before enrollment to secure an appropriate site placement.
                                                                                        (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits. Please refer to page 16 for more information and general
LGL* 209: Probate Practice and Estate Administration                                    prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.
(formerly LEGL 231: Wills, Trusts, and Estate Administration)
Provides a basic understanding of the fundamental principles of law and                    Manufacturing Engineering Technology
legal terminology relating to the control and disposition of property before
and after death, the probate court system and the probate process. Students             CAD* 110: Introduction to CAD
will be taught basic concepts concerning wills, trusts, probate administration,         (formerly CAD 101: Computer-Aided Design I (AutoCAD)
estate and gift taxation, and fiduciary accounting. Responsibilities, ethical            An introduction to the techniques of generating graphic images with comput-
considerations, and duties of the paralegal in the handling of an estate will           ers, using AutoCAD. Topics include: overview of CAD technology, computer
be stressed. Students will gain practical experience through exposure to                technology, hardware descriptions and requirements, file manipulation and
document preparation, file management, and preparation of forms for estate               management, two- dimensional geometric construction, symbol library cre-
administration. Probate matters such as emancipation, adoption, guardianship            ation, dimensioning, scaling, sectioning, plotting, detail and assembly drawing
and conservatorships will be reviewed. (Fa) 3 credits                                   including tolerance studies. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits



78         Semester Offered designations:     Fa = Fall       O = Occasional          Sp = Spring      Su = Summer.
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CAD* 218: CAD 3D–Mechanical                                                          and analysis of charts and graphs; geometry and measurements; estimation
A continuation course in industrial drafting concepts using topics such as 3D        strategies; ratio and proportion; percents and decimal numbers; properties of
and 2D techniques (in space), solid modeling, advanced dimensioning, and             the whole numbers, integers, rationals and reals; operations of the real num-
rendering using AutoCAD®. This course is specially oriented towards the              bers; use of variables, equations and graphs to interpret problems in symbolic
drafting of mechanical components, with occasional architectural components.         form; properties and theorems of the real number systems to solve linear,
Prerequisite: CAD* 110. 3 credits                                                    quadratic, rational, and literal equations; linear systems; and integer exponents.
                                                                                     Practical problem applications and graphing calculators will be fully integrated
CAD* 220: Parametric Design (SolidWorks)
                                                                                     into the course. A TI-83+ graphing calculator is required for the course. Class:
Introduction to computer-based design using SolidWorks® parametric 3D CAD
                                                                                     5 hours per week. Prerequisites: placement by mathematics assessment test,
software. The course focuses on Parametric Modeling and topics include:
                                                                                     and eligibility for ENG* 093. (It is recommended that students consult with either
Design Intent and Process, Sketching Techniques, Model Development
                                                                                     the Mathematics Department or their advisor.) (Fa,Sp) no credit
Techniques, Process-Specific Modeling, Design Changes, Editing Models,
Patterning and Assembly Techniques. Students will participate in mostly              MAT* 109: Quantitative Literacy
individual and some group design projects as appropriate. Class/Lab: 3 hours         (formerly MATH 110)
per week. Prerequisite: CAD* 110. (Sp) 3 credits                                     Selected topics in mathematics chosen to satisfy the General Studies program
                                                                                     requirement in mathematics. A course designed to demonstrate the funda-
MFG* 112: Manufacturing Materials and Processes II
                                                                                     mental nature of mathematics and its applications in modern life through an
(formerly MFG 112)
                                                                                     introduction to the concepts of statistics. Topics include random sampling,
A continuation of MFG* 111: Manufacturing Materials and Processes I with
                                                                                     design of surveys and experiments, information from samples, confidence
emphasis on metal machining and fabrication technologies, numerical control
                                                                                     intervals, elementary probability, examining numbers and data critically,
machining, tooling and fixture design and manufacture, and advanced metals
                                                                                     graphing and data analysis, written discussion of numerical analysis, and
machining technologies and concepts. Class 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:
                                                                                     simulation. A TI-30 XIIs or TI-83+ calculator is required. Applications considered
MFG* 111. (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                     throughout. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or better in MAT* 095
MFG* 239: Geometric Dimension and Tolerancing                                        or 096 or placement by mathematics assessment test and a passing grade
(formerly ENGR 102: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing)                          in ENG* 093. May not be taken for credit if credit already received for MAT*
An intermediate course in the interpretation of engineering drawing begin-           165. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
ning with the basics of dimensional tolerances and tolerance systems.
                                                                                     MAT* 138: Intermediate Algebra: A Modeling Approach
Topics include: the mathematics of interpreting and specifying tolerances on
                                                                                     (formerly MATH 102: Mathematical Modeling III: Advanced Algebraic
dimensions, the system of geometric tolerancing, the basic nomenclature
                                                                                     Concepts)
and standard symbols conforming to ANSI Y14.5M. Class: 3 hours per week.
                                                                                     A mathematical modeling course centered around the study of functions. Poly-
Prerequisite: EGR* 112. (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                     nomial functions with special attention to linear, quadratic and power functions;
                                                                                     rational with attention to the reciprocal function; square root, absolute value,
   Mathematics                                                                       piecewise and exponential functions are studied. A TI-83+ graphing calculator
MAT* 075: Prealgebra: Number Sense & Geometry                                        is required and used throughout. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: “C”
(formerly MATH 098)                                                                  or better in MAT* 096 or MAT* 095, or placement by mathematics assessment
This course is designed to enhance the student’s mathematical literacy so that       test. “C” or better in ENG* 101 (recommended) or concurrent registration in
he/she will be prepared to deal effectively with a variety of practical problems.    ENG* 101 (acceptable). No credit if already completed MAT* 158 or any higher
Topics include: interpretation and analysis of charts and graphs; geometry and       numbered math course. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
measurements; estimation and reasonableness of answers, applications using           MAT* 146: Math for Liberal Arts
ratios, proportions, percents and decimals; properties of the whole, integer,        (formerly MATH 106: Elements of Modern Mathematics)
and rational numbers and operations on the real numbers; and solutions of            An introduction to contemporary mathematics for students of science, social
equations. A review of the operations and fundamental concepts of arithme-           science and the liberal arts. Topics may include: sets and deductive reasoning,
tic and geometry will be imbedded in and connected to real world problem             inductive reasoning, logic, counting techniques, social choice and decision
situations. A TI-83+ graphing calculator is required. Class: 3 hours per week.       making, management science and the nature of geometry—growth and
Prerequisites: placement by mathematics assessment test and eligibility for          symmetry. Applications are considered throughout. A TI-83+ calculator is
ENG* 093. (Fa,Sp,Su) no credit                                                       required. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or better in MAT* 138 or
MAT* 095: Elementary Algebra Foundations                                             placement by mathematics assessment test, and “C” or better in ENG* 101.
(formerly MATH 101: Mathematical Modeling II: Algebraic Concepts)                    (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
The course includes all of the basic properties and theorems of the real num-        MAT* 149: Structure of Mathematics II: Geometry
ber system that are required to solve linear, quadratic and selected rational        This course is the second in a sequence of content courses for students who
equations. Linear systems, basic graphing, integer exponents and selected            intend to become elementary or middle school teachers. Emphasis will be on
literal equations are included. A TI-83+ graphing calculator is required and fully   concepts of geometry and the development of spatial reasoning and geometric
integrated into the course. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisites: eligibility      modeling to solve problems. Measurement, coordinate geometry, similarity,
for ENG* 101, and “B-” or better in MAT* 075 or placement by mathematics             and transformations will also be studied. An informal introduction to probability
assessment test. (Fa,Sp,Su) no credit                                                will be included as it relates to geometry. The geometry is built from a point-
MAT* 096: Algebraic Concepts, Number Sense & Geometry                                set approach which develops basic geometric concepts and notions. It is a
(formerly MATH 100: Number Sense, Geometry and Algebraic Concepts)                   course modeled after the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)
This course satisfies the requirements for both MAT* 075 and MAT* 095 in a            Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and taught in a manner ac-
single semester. The course will provide the student with enhanced mathemati-        cording to the vision of the Standards. Use of technology and manipulatives is
cal literacy in arithmetic, geometric, and algebraic concepts while strengthening    integrated throughout the course to promote understanding. Students will use
and building problem solving and reasoning skills. Topics include: interpretation    a dynamic geometry system and explore the worldwide web for materials ap-


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propriate for elementary school students. Use of technology will be an integral       of graphing calculators and through the consideration of graphical, numerical
part of the course. A graphing calculator is required and integrated throughout       and algebraic perspectives. The major conceptual focus is on rates of change
the course. Prerequisites: “C” or better in MAT* 138, and “C” or better in ENG*       and their interpretations within a problem context. The definition of the integral,
101, or placement by English assessment test. 4 credits                               the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, some selected applications of integra-
                                                                                      tion and some integration techniques are included. A TI-83+ graphing calculator
MAT* 155: Technical Mathematics II
                                                                                      is required and used throughout. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: “C” or
(formerly MATH 116)
                                                                                      better in both MAT* 158 and ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
A second course in technical mathematics with an emphasis on the applica-
tion of trigonometry and algebraic techniques and principles to the solution          MAT* 250: Calculus I with Lab
of problems in industrial and computer technology. The course is designed to          (formerly MATH 190: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I)
develop and enhance the students’ mathematical skills through presentation            A first course in calculus with analytic geometry for students in mathematics,
of relevant technical situations, and an integrated development of graphic,           science, engineering and technology. Topics include families of functions (in-
algebraic and trigonometric models and solution methods. A TI-83+ or TI-              cluding exponential and logarithmic) represented by table, graph and equation,
86 graphing calculator is required and used throughout. Class: 3 hours per            modeling of actual data, the concepts of limit and continuity, the derivative
week. Prerequisites: “C” or better in MAT* 154, or placement by mathematics           and antiderivatives, the definite integral and the Fundamental Theorem of
assessment test. (Sp) 3 credits                                                       Calculus. Applications from mathematics, engineering, and economics will
                                                                                      receive special attention. Solutions to such problems will require the use of
MAT* 158: Functions, Graphs & Matrices
                                                                                      a graphing calculator and/or a symbolic algebra system (Maple). A TI-83+ or
(formerly MATH 120: Topics in Modern Mathematics I: Functions, Graphs,
                                                                                      TI-86 graphing calculator is required. Class: 5 hours per week. Prerequisites:
Matrices)
                                                                                      “C” or better in MAT* 186, or placement by mathematics assessment test, and
A course in selected topics from contemporary mathematics with applications
                                                                                      “C” or better in ENG* 101 (recommended) or concurrent registration in ENG*
for students in business, economics, and social science. Topics include: the
                                                                                      101 (acceptable). Students cannot receive credit for MAT* 250 if they have
concepts of function and rate of change, a review of algebraic and graphi-
                                                                                      already received credit for MAT* 254. (Fa,Sp) 5 credits
cal aspects of polynomial functions, a study of exponential and logarithmic
functions, mathematical modeling, systems of linear equations in 2 or more            MAT* 256: Calculus II
variables with an emphasis on forming, solving and interpretation of matrices.        (formerly MATH 192: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II)
A TI-83+ graphing calculator is required and used throughout. Class: 3 hours          A second course in Calculus and analytic geometry for students in mathemat-
per week. Prerequisite: “C” or better in MAT* 138 or placement by mathematics         ics, science, engineering and technology. Topics include antiderivatives, the
assessment test, and “C” or better in ENG* 101. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                     definite integral, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, techniques of integra-
                                                                                      tion, numerical approximation, methods of integration, separable differential
MAT* 165: Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications
                                                                                      equations, improper integrals, sequences and series, polar coordinates and
(formerly MATH 111)
                                                                                      parametric equations. Applications of these topics are used throughout the
An introduction to statistical theory and its applications. The use of statistics
                                                                                      course and will include problems in area, volume, arc length and exponential
as a decision-making tool will be discussed. Topics include: data collection,
                                                                                      growth and decay: (Estimation and approximation techniques are considered
organization and summarization, measures of central tendency and variation,
                                                                                      throughout the course and include methods for approximating solutions to
counting techniques, introductory probability theory, discrete and continuous
                                                                                      equations, methods of numerical integrations, and the use of power series
probability models, normal distribution theory, sampling distributions, confi-
                                                                                      to approximate functions.) Solutions of these problems will require the use of
dence interval estimation and one sample hypothesis testing. A statistical
                                                                                      graphing calculator and/or Maple software. A TI-83+ or TI-86 graphing calcula-
calculator is required and will be used throughout. Applications of statistical
                                                                                      tor is required. Class: 4 hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or better in ENG*
techniques in a variety of disciplines will use the Minitab Statistical Software
                                                                                      101 (recommended) or concurrent registration in ENG* 101 (acceptable) and
Package. Class: 4 hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or better in MAT* 138,
                                                                                      “C” or better in MAT* 250. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits
or “C” or better in both MAT* 095 and MAT* 109, or “C” or better in MAT* 096
and MAT* 109, “C” or better in ENG* 101. A student cannot receive credit for          MAT* 285: Differential Equations
MAT* 165 if he/she has already received credit for MATH 108. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4             (formerly MATH 201)
credits                                                                               An introductory course in differential equations. Solution methods for differential
                                                                                      equations including selected first order equations, nth-order equations, and
MAT* 186: Precalculus
                                                                                      systems of linear equations using matrix techniques, Laplace transforms, and
(formerly MATH 150: Precalculus Mathematics)
                                                                                      numerical methods. Series techniques for selected linear differential equations
A detailed study of relations and functions, operations on functions, and
                                                                                      including Bessel’s equation will be considered. Computer software and/or
their graphs. Characteristics of various families of functions, modeling and
                                                                                      graphing calculators will be integrated as appropriate throughout the course.
solving application problems are the main focus of the course. In particular,
                                                                                      Recommended for science and engineering students. Class: 4 hours per week.
exponential, logarithmic and circular functions along with polynomial, rational
                                                                                      Prerequisites: MAT* 256 and “C” or better in ENG* 101. (Sp) 4 credits
and selected algebraic families will be developed. This course assumes that
the student has had some exposure to geometry. A TI-83+ or 86 graphing
calculator is required and will be used throughout. Class: 4 hours per week.          Multimedia, See Digital Arts
Prerequisite: a grade of “C” or better in MAT* 138, or “C” or better in MAT*
155, or placement by mathematics assessment test, and “C” or better in ENG*              Music
101. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
                                                                                      MUS* 102: Music History and Appreciation II
MAT* 230: Applied Calculus with a Modeling Approach
                                                                                      (formerly MUS 112: History and Appreciation of Music II)
(formerly MATH 121: Topics in Modern Mathematics II: Applied Calculus)
                                                                                      A survey of western music from the classical period to modern times with
A course in selected topics from calculus with applications in business, eco-
                                                                                      emphasis given to the major music forms (i.e. symphony, concert, art song,
nomics, and social science. Students will learn the fundamental concepts of
                                                                                      opera) of composition as well as pieces that have literary or other non-musical
calculus and how to apply them to real-life problems. A major goal is to develop
                                                                                      associations. A review of music concepts such as sound, melody, harmony,
conceptual understanding (rather than algebraic manipulation) through the use
                                                                                      rhythm and form. Class: 3 hours per week. (Sp) 3 credits

80         Semester Offered designations:    Fa = Fall      O = Occasional          Sp = Spring      Su = Summer.
Manchester Community College                                             Class Schedule                                                           Spring 2007

MUS* 108: Today’s Music: Gospel, Ragtime, Blues, Jazz                                MUS* 210: Music Harmony and Ear Training I
(Formerly MUS 114)                                                                   (formerly MUS 201)
An examination of the development of American music from its roots in the            Students will be introduced to tonal harmony and ear training. Topics will include
secular and sacred traditions of the late 1800’s and their impact on the pre-        diatonic harmonic procedures and voice leading principles. The ear training
jazz forms of ragtime, brass bands, and blues to the jazz forms of swing,            section of the course will develop listening skills, sight singing, rhythm and
bebop, cool and fusion. Emphasis will be given to the stylistic characteristics      melodic dictation. Prerequisite: MUS* 111 or permission of instructor. Class:
of each form and their impact on current music styles. Class: 3 hours per            3 hours per week. (Sp) 3 credits
week (Sp) 3 credits                                                                  MUS* 218: Electronic Music Composition
MUS* 141 : Beginning Guitar                                                          (formerly MUS 241: Electronic Music I)
(formerly MUS* 216)                                                                  The study of contemporary electronic music composition, technique, perfor-
Jazz and Rock techniques for the beginning player. Emphasis on correct               mance, and recording using synthesis, computer, sequencing and recording
tuning, chord construction, scales, rhythm, and group performance. (Fa,Sp)           technology.
2 credits.
                                                                                         Occupational Therapy Assistant
MUS* 148: Beginning Piano
(formerly MUS 215)                                                                   These courses are restricted to students accepted into the Occupational
Students will be introduced to the piano keyboard and will acquire basic skills      Therapy Assistant program. Permission from the program coordinator is
in reading general music notation, music notation related to the piano and an        required.
understanding and application of basic chords. Students will also receive a
                                                                                     OTA* 206: Level I Advanced Fieldwork
foundation in music theory and appreciation. Highly recommended for Music
                                                                                     (formerly OTA 106)
Option students needing basic piano skills for MUS* 111. Class: 3 hours per
                                                                                     A pass/fail course providing 20 hours of supervised fieldwork experience where
week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                     the student applies treatment learned in OTA courses and learns about the
MUS* 158, MUS* 159, MUS* 258, MUS* 259: Chamber Music/Jazz                           roles of other professionals involved in patient treatment. Prerequisites: OTA*
Ensemble I, II, III, IV                                                              102, OTA* 120, BIO* 115, PSY* 201. To be taken concurrent with OTA* 210,
(formerly MUS 123, MUS 124, MUS 223, MUS 224: Chamber Music/Jazz                     OTA* 212, OTA* 214 and OTA* 232. (Sp) 0 credits
Ensemble)                                                                            OTA* 210: Occupational Therapy with Children
The course is performance-based. During the 3 hour class students are                (formerly OTA 102)
divided into 3 groups of classical, jazz and piano. Each group prepare musi-         An overview of disabilities and diseases that affect children, and the study
cal selections from standard repertoire to perform at the end of the semester.       of occupational therapy theory and practice as it pertains to the treatment
Instrumental performing groups of various kinds and sizes, depending on the          of these disabilities. Prerequisites: OTA* 102 and 120, BIO* 115, and PSY*
students enrolled. Course may be repeated up to four semesters as MUS* 158,          201. (Sp) 3 credits
MUS* 159, MUS* 258 and MUS* 259. Students must demonstrate technical
proficiency on their instrument. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 2 credits           OTA* 210L: Occupational Therapy with Children Lab
                                                                                     (formerly OTA 102L: Treatment Modalities Laboratory
MUS* 161, MUS* 162, MUS* 270, MUS* 271: Chorale I, II, III, IV                       A laboratory course in occupational therapy to complement OTA* 210; must
(formerly MUS 121, MUS 122, MUS 221, MUS 222: Chorus)                                be taken concurrently with OTA* 210. Laboratory: 2 hours per week. (Sp) 1
Open to all students and members of the college community who have had               credit
prior experience singing in school, church, or community choral ensembles.
Extensive choral experience is not required but an ability to match a musical        OTA* 212: Occupational Therapy with Adults
pitch and sing a melody is essential. Course may be repeated up to four              (formerly OTA 112)
semesters as MUS* 161, MUS* 162, MUS* 270, MUS* 271. Class: 3 hours                  An overview of disabilities and diseases that affect adults, and the study of
per week. (Fa,Sp) 2 credits                                                          occupational therapy theory and practice as they pertain to the treatment of
                                                                                     these disabilities. Prerequisites: OTA* 102 and OTA* 120, BIO* 115, and PSY*
MUS* 174, MUS* 175, MUS* 275, MUS* 276: Madrigal/Chamber Singer                      201. (Sp) 3 credits
I, II, III, IV
(formerly MUS 127, MUS 128, MUS 227, MUS 228: Vocal Ensemble:                        OTA* 212L: Occupational Therapy with Adults Lab
Madrigal)                                                                            (formerly OTA 112L: Treatment Modalities Laboratory)
This course is designed to rehearse and perform sacred and secular music             A laboratory course in occupational therapy to complement OTA* 212; must
written for the smaller vocal group. Unlike Chorus, an audition is necessary         be taken concurrently with OTA* 212. Laboratory: 2 hours per week. (Sp) 1
to prepare the singer for the increased difficulty of the musical material in this    credit
course. Course may be taken for a total of 4 credits as MUS* 174, MUS* 175,          OTA* 214: Occupational Therapy with the Elderly
MUS* 275, and MUS* 276. Class: 1.5 hours per week. (O) 1 credit                      (formerly OTA 122)
MUS* 181, MUS* 182, MUS* 281, MUS* 282: Private Music                                An overview of disabilities and diseases that affect the elderly, and
Lessons I, II, III, IV                                                               the study of occupational therapy theory and practice as they pertain to the
(formerly MUS 131, MUS 132, MUS 231, MUS 232: Private Music Lessons)                 treatment of these disabilities. Prerequisites: OTA* 102, 120, BIO* 115, and
Private vocal or instrumental lessons. Private teacher must be approved by the       PSY* 201. (Sp) 3 credits
Liberal Arts Division. Fees for lessons are in addition to regular tuition and are   OTA* 214L: Occupational Therapy with the Elderly Lab
arranged between student and teacher. Class: 1/2 or 1 hour per week. Course          (formerly OTA 122L: Treatment Modalities Laboratory)
may be taken for a total of 8 credits as MUS* 181, MUS* 182, MUS* 281 and            A laboratory course in occupational therapy to complement OTA* 214; must
MUS* 282, all of which can run concurrently according to students’ needs. May        be taken concurrently with OTA* 214. Laboratory: 2 hours per week. (Sp) 1
be taken for liberal arts elective credit. (Fa,Sp) 1 or 2 credits                    credit



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OTA* 232: Clinical Management                                                         PHL* 163: Chinese Philosophy
(formerly OTA 232: Principles of Clinical Management)                                 (formerly PHIL 211)
A course designed to develop the student’s ability to formulate treatment plans,      An inquiry into the concept of order and harmony in Chinese philosophy.
document treatment, and understand professional issues of supervision, qual-          Readings in English translation will include both primary texts and contem-
ity assurance and job performance. Prerequisites: OTA* 102 and OTA* 120 and           porary analyses of materials from Confucianism, Taoism, and other Chinese
concurrent with OTA* 210, OTA* 212 or OTA* 214. (Sp) 3 credits                        philosophic schools. Recommended for all students. Class: 3 hours per week.
                                                                                      (O) 3 credits
OTA* 242: Level II Fieldwork
(formerly OTA 242)                                                                    PHL* 197: Philosophy of Sports
Sixteen weeks of clinical training under the direction of an occupational therapy     This is an advanced philosophy course and requires advanced reading and
practitioner. Half the training deals with psychosocial dysfunction and half with     writing skills. Taking a lower level philosophy course or English 101 would be
physical disabilities. Prerequisite: completion of all OTA and general education      helpful before taking this course.
course work, and Level I Advanced Fieldwork. (Fa,Sp) 11 credits
OTA* 244: Advanced Seminar                                                            Photography, See Art
(formerly OTA 244: Advanced Seminar in Occupational Therapy)
The study of occupational therapy treatment principles and applications using         Physical Education, See Health, Physical Education
the single case model; to be taken concurrently with OTA* 242. Prerequisite:
completion of all OTA and general education course work, and Level I Advanced            Physical Therapist Assistant
Fieldwork. (Fa,Sp) 1 credit
                                                                                      All Physical Therapist Assistant courses are offered at Naugatuck Valley
   Oceanography                                                                       Community College, Waterbury, CT.
                                                                                      PTA* 120: Introduction to Physical Therapy
OCE* 101: Introduction to Oceanography                                                (formerly PT 101)
(formerly OCEN 110)                                                                   Learning opportunities in this course assist the student to recognize the roles
An introduction to the science of the ocean with emphasis on the geological,          of physical therapy within various practice settings. Students differentiate func-
physical, chemical and biological aspects of oceans. Topics include physical          tions of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants as members of the
and chemical properties of seawater, circulation, bathymetry, waves, tides,           health care team through study of documentation principles, ethics, laws and
El Niño, and marine plant and animal habitats. A field trip may be included.           organizations important to the provision of services. Learning also includes
Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                            development of knowledge and abilities within the domains of conduct, com-
                                                                                      munication and sensitivity to individual and cultural differences. Prerequisite:
Paralegal, See Legal                                                                  Admission to the PTA* Program. (Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                      PTA* 125: Physical Therapy for Function
   Philosophy                                                                         (formerly PT 102: Therapeutic Techniques in Physical Therapy)
                                                                                      This course provides the student with introductory concepts and techniques
PHL* 101: Introduction to Philosophy                                                  for effective patient teaching and physical therapy intervention for function and
(formerly PHIL 201)                                                                   mobility. Emphasis is placed on competence in problem-solving and the physi-
Development of personal views on the fundamental issues of human existence:           cal therapist assistant’s role in modification of physical therapy interventions.
the nature of reality, the nature of the human person, knowing and thinking,          Prerequisite: Admission to the PTA* Program. (Sp) 4 credits
freedom, basis of morality, aesthetics, the philosophical basis of political sys-
tems, and God’s existence. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits              PTA* 250: Therapeutic Exercise
                                                                                      (formerly PT 201)
PHL* 111: Ethics                                                                      Learning includes the theory and techniques to safely and effectively implement
(formerly PHIL 203)                                                                   therapeutic exercise interventions based on a plan of care established by a
The fundamentals and principles of ethics: moral conscience, good and evil,           physical therapist. Students also develop competence to measure a patient’s
values, norms, ethical judgment, major ethical systems, punishment, religion          response to interventions and respond accordingly and to provide effective
and ethics. Contemporary problems with case studies; in particular, issues of         instruction to patients and caregivers. Prerequisites: PTA* 230 and PTA* 235
environmental and bio-medical ethics. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp,Su)             with a grade of “C” or higher. (Sp) 5 credits
3 credits
                                                                                      PTA* 253: Pathophysiology for Rehabilitation
PHL* 131: Logic                                                                       (formerly PT 202: Human Development and Pathology)
(formerly PHIL 205)                                                                   This course develops comprehension about abnormalities and the physical,
Logic is the study of sound reasoning, Areas of concern include practical             physiological and psychological changes that occur throughout the human lifes-
logic, deduction, induction, and symbolic logic. Focus is upon the application        pan. The student learns the effects of pathology on the rehabilitation of patients
of logical distinctions to rational argument, fallacies, definition, and generally     with orthopedic, neurological, and general medical conditions. Prerequisites:
to scientific method. Recommended for all students. Class: 3 hour per week.            PTA* 230 and PTA* 235 with a grade of “C” or higher. (Sp) 3 credits
(Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                      PTA* 258: PTA in the Healthcare Arena
PHL* 151: World Religions                                                             (formerly PT 210: Physical Therapist Assistant Seminar)
(formerly PHIL 207: Religions of the World)                                           This course develops the student’s ability to apply physical therapy interven-
Survey of the major religions of the world: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Bud-        tions and data collection techniques within the clinic environment and advances
dhism and Hinduism, with emphasis on essential doctrines and practices. A             the student’s abilities with communication, conduct and problem-solving within
review of contemporary cults and sects. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3            the structure of the health care system. Prerequisites: PTA* 230 and PTA* 235
credits                                                                               with a grade of “C” or higher. (Sp) 2 credits


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                                                                                    in acquiring an appreciation of the dynamic role of law in our changing society.
   Physics                                                                          Students are introduced to the roles of legal professionals, including paralegals.
PHY* 110: Introductory Physics                                                      Legal reasoning, legal ethics, and legal research methods are also presented.
(formerly PHYS 110: Elements of Physics)                                            Class 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 101 or permission
An introductory course in the physics of motion, heat, sound, electricity,          of instructor. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
magnetism, light, optics and the theory of the atom. Intended for non-science       POL* 212: Constitutional Law and Civil Rights
majors. A process oriented laboratory approach emphasizing exploration              (formerly PLSC 212)
and problem solving. This course is intended for students who need only one         An examination of the United States Constitution as it applies to police power
semester of physics. Students with credit for high school physics should elect      and landmark decisions of the United States Supreme Court interpreting and
PHY* 121 or PHY* 221. Scientific calculator required. Not open to students           defining police power. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: POL* 111 or
who have taken a higher level physics course. Class meets 5 hours per week          POL* 112. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
for integrated lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite: MAT* 095 or math placement
                                                                                    POL* 293: Connecticut Legislative Internship
test. (Fa,Sp,Su) 4 credits
                                                                                    (formerly PLSC 280: Legislative Internship)
PHY* 122: General Physics II                                                        Spring semester only. Students must apply in October. Selected students will
(formerly PHYS 122)                                                                 spend two days per week interning at the State Capitol. Interns will be prepared
Basic concepts of electricity, magnetism and wave motion, including electric        to perform the following services for legislators: bill analysis and tracking, spot
and magnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, wave properties of light and         research, drafting news releases, and constituent casework. Prerequisite: POL*
optics. Scientific calculator required. Not open to students who have taken a        111 or POL* 112. (Sp) 6 credits
higher level physics course. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 2 hours per
week. Prerequisite: PHY* 121. (Sp) 4 credits                                            Psychology
PHY* 221: Calculus-Based Physics I
                                                                                    PSY* 107: Pathways to Personal Growth
(formerly PHYS 131: University Physics I)
                                                                                    This course will help student to develop a deeper understanding of themselves,
A study of Newtonian mechanics and thermodynamics intended for physics,
                                                                                    others and human life. Students will be introduced to psychological principles
chemistry, engineering and math transfer students. Topics include particle and
                                                                                    and will learn how to apply these principles to effect personal change. In this
rigid body dynamics, work, momentum and energy conservation, gravitation,
                                                                                    process, students’ lives and human life in general will receive greater illumina-
fluids, heat, and the laws of thermodynamics. A TI-85 graphing calculator or its
                                                                                    tion. Class: 3 hours per week (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
equivalent is required. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 3 hours per week.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of MAT* 250 or MAT* 254, and PHY* 110          PSY* 111: General Psychology I
(or successful completion of one year of high school physics). (Sp) 4 credits       (formerly PSYC 111: General Psychology)
                                                                                    The survey of psychology as a behavioral science, including its scientific
   Political Science                                                                origins, the physiological basis of behavior, human development, learning,
                                                                                    memory, thinking, intelligence, motivation and personality. Class: 3 hours per
POL* 101: Introduction to Political Science                                         week. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
(formerly PLSC 101)
                                                                                    PSY* 112: General Psychology II
The study of politics through the identification of great political issues that
                                                                                    (formerly PSYC 112: Advanced General Psychology)
are analyzed from historical and philosophical viewpoints. Class: 3 hours per
                                                                                    A study of research and measurement techniques in psychology; sensation,
week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066.
                                                                                    perception, abnormal patterns of behavior, major therapies, altered states
(Fa) 3 credits
                                                                                    of consciousness, emotion and social psychology. Prerequisite: PSY* 111.
POL* 102: Introduction to Comparative Politics                                      (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
This course focuses on the governments and peoples of the major regions of          PSY* 163: Children with Disabilities
the world: Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Americas. It examines     (formerly PSYC 163: Children with Disabilities and Their Families)
global variations in governing structures due to historic, cultural, religious,     This course is a general introduction to children with disabilities, their families
economic, and other causes.                                                         and their education. The course includes discussion of the psychological, medi-
                                                                                    cal and sociological aspects of children with disabilities and their relationship to
POL* 111: American Government
                                                                                    family, community and especially the educational system. The course emphasis
(formerly PLSC 111: American National Government)
                                                                                    is on the inclusion of children with disabilities within family, community and
A study of the American political system at the national level, with emphasis on
                                                                                    school. This course focuses on all exceptional children, including gifted and/or
political dynamics and public policy. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eli-
                                                                                    talented students. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
gibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                    PSY* 164: Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities (K-12)
POL* 112: State & Local Government
                                                                                    The goal of this course is to promote an understanding of the use of Assistive
(formerly PLSC 112)
                                                                                    Technology for learners with disabilities. Assistive Technology can be utilized
The forms, functions, processes and problems of state and local government
                                                                                    to promote participation in the least restrictive educational environment and
in the United States, with special emphasis on Connecticut state government.
                                                                                    provide students with access to and maximum participation in the mainstream
Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently
                                                                                    educational curriculum. (Fa) 1 credit
taking ENG* 066. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits
                                                                                    PSY* 173: Adults with Disabilities
POL* 120: Introduction to Law
                                                                                    (formerly PSYC 173)
(formerly PLSC 120)
                                                                                    This course is a general introduction to adults with disabilities and the issues
This course serves as an introduction to the study of law with an overview of
                                                                                    faced by them in current American society. The emphasis is on issues relating
fundamental concepts and principles of our legal system. A variety of legal
                                                                                    to full inclusion in neighborhoods, community associations, workplaces and
topics, terminology, and areas of law are discussed in order to assist students

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leisure-recreation experiences. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and          PSY* 288: Psychology of Creativity
its powerful implications for full community inclusion by men and women with           Drawing in part on the book The Artist’s Way, this course will introduce stu-
disabilities will be examined. (Sp) 3 credits                                          dents to a number of principles and practices that will serve to deepen their
                                                                                       understanding of and appreciation for the creative process. In addition, it will
PSY* 193: Issues/Trends in Disabilities
                                                                                       assist them in identifying and developing creative goals and ambitions as well
(formerly PSYC 193: Issues and Trends in Disabilities)
                                                                                       as healthy and productive creative practices, practices that will allow them to
This course will examine current legal, ethical, community, family and personal
                                                                                       move past obstacles to creative expression and toward more creative lives.
support issues affecting children and adults with disabilities and their families.
                                                                                       Prerequisite: PSY* 104, 107 or 111. (O) 3 credits
Through the study of literature, newsletters and media accounts and by listen-
ing to the leaders and advocates of today, students will more fully understand
the challenges and opportunities of people with disabilities. (Sp) 3 credits              Quantitative Methods
PSY* 201: Life Span Development                                                        QM 110: Quantitative Methods for Business Careers
(formerly PSYC 124: Developmental Psychology)                                          A broad introduction to mathematical problems most commonly associated
A survey of physical, cognitive, social and emotional changes as they are              with business-oriented careers. Topics presented include bank reconciliation,
influenced by heredity and environment from conception to death. Class: 3               payroll, simple and compound interest, credit cards, mortgages, depreciation
hours per week. Prerequisite: PSY* 111. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits                           and inventory. This course provides students with sufficient background to
                                                                                       assist them as consumer decision-makers and future employees of business
PSY* 203: Child Development
                                                                                       firms. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly PSYC 234)
An evaluation of current issues, theories, and research in the area of child
development. This study of physical, cognitive and socioemotional development             Recreation and Leisure
includes: genetics, development of self, language, play, learning, intelligence,
                                                                                       RLS* 101: Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Services
personality, and social interactions from conception through age twelve.
                                                                                       (formerly REC 101: Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Studies)
Emphasis is on normal development. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite:
                                                                                       This course serves as an introduction to the field of recreation and leisure
PSY* 111. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                       service. The student will understand the development of the recreation move-
PSY* 211: Psychology of Women                                                          ment from early ages to the present with emphasis on future perspectives.
This course studies a variety of psychological issues and theories as they             Cultural, economic, and social factors in reference to leisure participation will
apply to women. Traditional psychological overviews give insufficient attention         be explored. Career opportunities in a variety of settings will be highlighted.
to or emphasis on topics critical to a psychological depiction of women. This          Philosophies of recreation will be discussed. Students will develop a personal
course attempts to correct this imbalance. Topics include how women develop            philosophy of recreation and leisure. (Fa) 3 credits.
psychologically; how they form values and direct their behavior, including sexual
                                                                                       RLS* 122: Processes and Techniques in Therapeutic Recreation
behaviors; women’s anatomy; women and work and their reaction to stress;
                                                                                       (formerly THRC 116)
and women and substance abuse. Prerequisite: PSY* 111. (O) 3 credits
                                                                                       This course is designed to provide an overview of the process and techniques
PSY* 243: Theories of Personality                                                      used in treatment oriented programs. The course explores leadership skills
This course surveys the various conceptualizations and facets of personality.          of the helping professional through an in-depth look at facilitation techniques
It is a subject that spans each major perspective within psychology as well as         used in therapeutic recreation, including, but not limited to: creative arts, physi-
these content areas: key contributors; historical and philosophical antecedents;       cal/body movement, mental stimulation, and social interaction in relation to the
assessment of personality; proposed determinants of personality; and research          needs of special population groups. Emphasis is placed on meeting clients’
methodology. Additionally, the role and contributions of the trait model will be       needs through proper activity selection, including activity analysis and program
explored. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: PSY* 111. (O) 3 credits               adaptation/modification. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101. (Sp) 3 credits
PSY* 245: Abnormal Psychology                                                          RLS* 221: Therapeutic Recreation Programming
(formerly PSYC 210)                                                                    (formerly THRC 215: Therapeutic Recreation Programs: Planning and
Surveys abnormal behavior patterns which include anxiety disorders, schizo-            Implementation)
phrenia, mood disorders and personality disorders. Assessment, and treatment           This course involves the student in the study of the therapeutic recreation
methods are also addressed. Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: PSY*                process with emphasis on program planning. The needs of the client will be
111. (Fa,Sp,Su) 3 credits                                                              met through a well planned process that includes assessing functional abilities
                                                                                       and needs, planning program goals and objectives, implementing the program,
PSY* 247: Industrial & Organizational Psychology/BMG* 210: Organi-
                                                                                       and evaluating both the program and the client. Prerequisites: RLS* 121 and
zational Behavior
                                                                                       eligibility for ENG* 101. (Sp) 3 credits
(formerly PSYC 240: Organizational Behavior)
A survey of the psychological factors that influence the individual in the work         RLS* 295: Professional Practicum in Therapeutic Recreation
setting. Includes employee attitudes, motivation, group dynamics, decision             (formerly THRC 280)
making, leadership, assessment and training as an introduction to human                This course provides the student with practical experience in a therapeutic
resource management. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                                 recreation setting. The student is required to work a minimum of 200 hours
                                                                                       in a community based or medical setting that provides therapeutic recreation
PSY* 255: The Psychology of Prejudice
                                                                                       services. During this period, the student will apply the knowledge, methods,
This course explores stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination from a psycho-
                                                                                       and leadership techniques which have been learned in academic courses.
logical perspective. We will examine the various ways in which psychologists
                                                                                       Students will also participate in 15 hours of classroom discussion during the
study stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination as well as the psychological
                                                                                       semester. Prerequisite: completion of all RLS* course work. Students planning
causes, correlates, and consequences of these phenomena. Prerequisite:
                                                                                       to take this course must notify the Program Coordinator three months prior to
PSY* 101. (O) 3 credits
                                                                                       the start of the semester for which they plan to register. (Fa,Sp) 4 credits



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                                                                                    SSC* 220: Computers’ Impact on Society
   Respiratory Care                                                                 (formerly SOSC 220: Computers and Their Impact on Society)
These courses are open only to students in the Respiratory Care program.            After studying the fundamentals of how computers work in order to understand
                                                                                    their capabilities and limitations, the course explores the kinds of purposes to
RSP* 131: Applied Pharmacology                                                      which computers are being put in our world: how computers are affecting us
(formerly RC 211)                                                                   individually and as a society; the methods used and intrinsic difficulties in using
This course includes the study of the composition, indication and effects of        computers to tackle business, economic, social, scientific, etc. problems; the
medication administered to patients treated in the field of respiratory care.        positive and negative effects of computers; the ethics surrounding the use of
Emphasis is placed on drugs prescribed for the cardiopulmonary system               computers; how to make rational, ethical, and humane technological decisions;
and those delivered by aerosol. To be taken concurrently with RSP* 160 and          and how, in private and professional life, to make informed, reasoned judgments
RSP* 180. (Sp) 3 credits                                                            regarding computing technology issues. Current computer issues and news
RSP* 160: Diagnostic & Therapy Principles                                           items are used as case studies. Class: 3 hours per week. (O) 3 credits
(formerly RC 222: Respiratory Care II)                                              SSC* 294: Cooperative Education/Work Experience
The theory and administration of respiratory care procedures, airway manage-        (formerly SOSC 270)
ment, monitoring devices, and clinical assessment of the respiratory patient        This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom theory in an
will be taught. Prerequisite: RSP* 121. To be taken concurrently with RSP*          actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work settings as
131 and RSP* 180. (Sp) 3 credits                                                    related to their program of study including social service agencies, day care
RSP* 180: Clinical Practicum                                                        facilities, and corporations. Prerequisites: 12 completed credit hours in the
(formerly RC 202: Clinical Practice)                                                Social Service, Disabilities Specialist, Criminal Justice, Sport and Exercise,
Supervised clinical application of principles learned in the classroom. Stu-        Therapeutic Recreation, and Early Childhood/Educational Associate programs.
dents will be scheduled for various clinical rotations at health care facilities.   (Fa,Sp) 3 credits. Please refer to page 16 for more information and general
Prerequisite: RSP* 121 and RSP* 141. To be taken concurrently with RSP*             prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.
131 and RSP* 160. (Sp) 1 credit
                                                                                        Sociology
RSP* 252: Respiratory Pathophysiology II
(formerly RC 283: Clinical Application II)                                          SOC* 100: Community Involvement
The study of cardiopulmonary abnormities and diseases of the adult, pediatric       This course provides students with an enhanced understanding of the local
and newborn patient. Major emphasis will be placed on the diagnosis, treat-         community and the diversity of groups within the community. Students are
ment, and management of patients using case study analysis. To be taken             required to perform structured community service throughout the semester
concurrently with RSP* 261 and RSP* 282. (Sp) 2 credits                             and to reflect and engage with other students on the meaning of diversity
RSP* 261: Advanced Respiratory Care II                                              and community. Through readings, critical reflection, group discussions and
(formerly RC 261)                                                                   interactions, and volunteer service, students will learn community leadership
A study of the respiratory care modalities used in the care of neonates             and civic engagement and discuss how communities might bridge differences
and pulmonary rehabilitation patients. Each population will be discussed            among people. This course will require 1-3 hours of community service per
in separate units. To be taken concurrently with RSP* 252 and RSP* 282.             week (or the equivalent). Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(Sp) 3 credits                                                                      SOC* 101: Principles of Sociology
RSP* 282: Advanced Clinical Practicum II                                            (formerly SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology)
(formerly RC 205: Clinical Practice)                                                This course introduces students to the sociological study of human society,
Supervised clinical application of principles learned in the classroom. Stu-        culture, and social interaction. The course will examine a broad range of
dents will be scheduled for various clinical rotations at health care facilities.   historical and contemporary social issues, including socialization, social
Prerequisites: RSP* 251, RSP* 274, RSP* 281. To be taken concurrently with          control and deviance, diversity and inequality, cooperation and conflict,
RSP* 261 and RSP* 252. (Sp) 2 credits                                               social institutions and organizations, and social change. The goal of the
                                                                                    course is to provide students with the knowledge and ability to critically
   Social Science                                                                   examine and understand the social issues that impact their daily lives.
                                                                                    This course may include a service learning component. Class: 3 hours per
SSC* 110: Health and Wellness Principles                                            week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly SOSC 110)                                                                 SOC* 200: Queer Sociology
A survey of contemporary health concepts and concerns that affect life style.       This course provides a critical exploration of identity based understandings
Students will learn to apply these concepts by assessing their own level of         of sex, gender, orientation, race and the family. Using assigned readings,
fitness. Topics include: disease in the United States, health models, fitness,        experiential activities, and classroom discussion, students will incorporate
nutrition, stress, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, alternative medicine and the concept    queer theories as well as personal values to challenge their assumptions
of self care. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                            and undermine previously unquestioned ‘givens’ about each of these topics.
SSC* 150: Transition Development                                                    Finally, students will explore the question: what is possible (as individuals, as
(formerly SOSC 150)                                                                 a society) if we assume no causal relationship among sex, gender, sexuality
This course is designed for adult students who are resuming their education.        and desire? (O) 3 credits
Topics include goal setting, academic and career choices, math anxiety, family      SOC* 201: Contemporary Social Issues
and work stresses, problem solving, and skill building. Open only to students       (formerly SOC 202: Contemporary Social Problems)
in the Adults in Transition program. (Fa,Sp) 2 credits                              A detailed analysis of major social problems in American society. Problems
                                                                                    including population, ecology, poverty, race and ethnic relations, urbaniza-
                                                                                    tion, the role of the media, criminal activity, aging, health, and housing will be


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evaluated. Emphasis is on American society, but some international issues              value surveys, personality surveys, and ability surveys. Students will also
and situations will be examined. Community awareness and involvement will              develop personal career directions and strategies for working toward them.
be stressed as students evaluate local issues as well. Prerequisite: SOC* 101.         Students will be expected to share personal and life experiences in group
Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits                                             settings. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
SOC* 210: Sociology of the Family                                                      SD 103: Introduction to Information
(formerly SOC 231: Marriages and Families)                                             After completion of the course students will recognize the need for information
This course will explore the complexity and diversity of the contemporary              and be able to access, evaluate, classify, store and manipulate new informa-
family and other intimate relationships. Topics for this course include mate           tion. In addition they will understand the pertinent issues surrounding the use
selection, gender roles, sexuality, communication, power and conflict, family           of information and recognize the importance of information literacy in lifelong
violence, parenthood, work/family interaction, and diverse family arrange-             learning. (O) 3 credits
ments. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa or Sp) 3 credits
                                                                                       SD 111: First Year Experience: Foundations for College Success
SOC* 240: Criminology                                                                  The course provides students with the skills and knowledge to succeed in col-
(formerly SOC 221)                                                                     lege. It integrates discipline specific work with assignments that allow students
Introduces the fundamental principles of criminology; namely, the nature,              to practice good college level thinking and learning skills. Topics covered include
existence and causation of crime, the problems and procedures involved in              critical thinking, reading comprehension, and problem solving. Other skills
the administration of justice, and rehabilitative and corrective treatment. Class:     include time management, research and collaboration. The course fosters an
3 hours per week. Prerequisite: SOC* 101. (Sp) 3 credits                               understanding and appreciation for the diversity of the college community and
                                                                                       encourages students to become responsible and enthusiastic participants in
SOC* 277: Community Research
                                                                                       their education. Class: 3 hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
(formerly SOC 277)
This course will provide students with a hands-on learning experience in
social science research. Students will be directly involved in designing and              Surgical Technology
conducting survey research on a social issue of interest to them and the               These courses are open only to students in the Surgical Technology
community. Topics include interview and questionnaire design, computerized             program.
data collection, management and analysis, and writing a research report.
Class: 3 hours per week. (O) 3 credits                                                 SUR* 102: Operating Room Procedures II
                                                                                       (formerly ST 102)
   Spanish                                                                             An introduction to practical experience of the basic skills used in an operat-
                                                                                       ing room: aseptic technique, technologists’ arts, instrumentation, draping
SPA* 108: Elementary Spanish I and II                                                  techniques, and related operating room skills such as mock operations in
(formerly SPAN 108)                                                                    lab. Includes an extensive survey of various surgical specialties including
An intensive, beginning Spanish course in which two semesters of Spanish               specific operations in each discipline. Prerequisite: Successful completion of
(111 and 112) are completed in one semester. Students will develop all four            SUR* 101. (Sp) 4 credits
language skills. The emphasis in class will be speaking and listening, the as-         SUR* 224: Clinical Experience III
signments will emphasize reading and writing. Hispanic culture will be studied.        (formerly ST 224)
No previous Spanish language experience required. Transfer college may not             Clinical practice in the operating room concentrating on experience in advanced
award credit for this course if the student has already completed two or more          levels of general and specialty surgery. Includes classroom preparation for
years of Spanish at the high school level. (Fa,Sp) 8 credits                           the national certification examination and development of job search skills.
SPA* 112: Elementary Spanish II                                                        Prerequisite: Successful completion of SUR* 222. (Sp) 4 credits
(formerly SPAN 102)
A second semester course in which students develop all four language skills               Theatre
(reading, writing, listening, and speaking) while studying grammatical struc-
tures (preterite, imperfect, object pronouns, reflexive verbs) that are more            THR* 110: Acting I
advanced than those studied in the first semester Spanish course. Hispanic              (formerly THEA 181)
culture will be studied. Class: 4 hours per week. Prerequisite: SPA* 111, one          A first course in acting. Students will focus on relaxation and physical aware-
year of high school Spanish, or permission of instructor. Transfer college may         ness, and on developing their imagination, concentration and characterization
not award credit for this course if the student has already completed two or           skills. They will be introduced to basic vocal and physical techniques. Class: 3
more years of Spanish at the high school level. (Sp,Su) 4 credits                      hours per week. (Fa,Sp) 3 credits
SPA* 212: Intermediate Spanish II                                                      THR* 210: Acting II
(formerly SPAN 202)                                                                    (formerly THEA 182)
A fourth semester course in which the grammar, conversation and reading                A continuation of THR* 110. Students will focus on script analysis and inter-
materials are at an intermediate level. Cultural readings will be in Spanish.          pretation, and will expand their emotional, expressive and technical ranges.
Prerequisite: SPA* 211 (211) or three years of high school Spanish or permis-          Class: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: THR* 110 or equivalent training or
sion of instructor. (Sp) 4 credits                                                     experience. (Sp) 3 credits

   Student Development                                                                 Therapeutic Recreation, See Recreation and Leisure
SD 101: Career Life Planning
A course designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for lifelong
career planning. Students will increase their self-awareness through analysis
of self-assessment data obtained from biographical data, interest inventories,


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