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					                               Summer 2008
                                        Class Schedule

                                   ManCheSter
                                   CoMMunity
                                   College
        Credit extension Courses
Division of Continuing education
                       Table of Contents                                                                                          College by Design
Admissions Application for New Students .........................................21-22                           College by Design is intended to accommodate your
Admissions Office Hours ...................................................................... 22                busy and changing schedule. The program enables
Assessment Tests & Course Prerequisites ............................................. 23                         you to complete course requirements by attending
Assessment Testing Exemption Request..................................................24                         classes scheduled only on weekends or online during
Audit Policy .......................................................................................... 25       accelerated six- and 12-week sessions.
Bookstore Hours ................................................................................... 4            See page 10 for Summer College by Design Courses
Cashiers Office Hours ........................................................................... 26
                                                                                                                 If you have any questions, or would like additional information
Course Descriptions ......................................................................... 11-19                           about this year-round program, give us a call
Course Schedule                                                                                                                      at (860) 512-2800.
   3-Week Morning Session .................................................................... 5                                         View catalogs on our
       May 27-June 13                                                                                                                      website at www.mcc.commnet.edu
   6-Week Day/Evening and Intensive Program Session I ............................... 5
       May 27-July 3
   8-Week Day/Evening Session ...........................................................6-7
       June 9-July 31
   6-Week Day/Evening Session ............................................................. 7
       June 23-July 31
                                                                                                                                    Transfer of Credit
   6-Week Day/Evening and Intensive Program Session II .............................. 7                          Before registering, students from other institutions should
       July 7-August 14                                                                                          check with their home institution to verify that credits from
   Online, By Arrangement, Work Experience                                                                       this program are transferable to their own school.
       and Special Session Courses .......................................................8-9                                   There are no refunds after the allowable drop
                                                                                                                                period whether a course is transferable or not.
   College by Design .........................................................................10
                                                                                                                  A signature and a $3.00 payment per copy is required to have an
       Session #5, May 9-June 14                                                                                  official transcript sent to another institution or yourself. Request
       Session #6, June 20-August 2                                                                               forms are available in the Registrar's office or on our website:
Directions and Maps ............................................................................ 20                                 www.mcc.commnet.edu
Fee Schedule ......................................................................................... 3
Financial Aid ......................................................................................... 3
General Information ................................................................... 3, 4, 25
Important Dates for Summer Credit Students........................................ 25
Library Hours ........................................................................................ 4
                                                                                                                                          Level of
Refund Policy ........................................................................................ 4                                   Study
Registration Form ............................................................................... 27
Registration Information ................................................................. 3, 26                        While the number of weeks for each
Summer Student Testing Information .................................................. 23                               summer session is much shorter than the
Technical Requirements for Online Courses ............................................19                              regular fall and spring semesters, students
Withdrawal Policy ................................................................................ 25                 should be aware that each course contains the
                                                                                                                      same number of class hours as the regular
Manchester Community College is committed to access and equal                                                           semester. As a result, the level of study is
opportunity. Should you require accommodations because of a disability in
order to participate in any of the programs offered, please contact Services
                                                                                                                         much more intensive and demanding of
for Students with Disabilities at 860-512-3332. Alternative formats of this                                                time. Students should consider this
material may be provided upon request. MCC does not discriminate against                                                      in planning their time and
any individual on the grounds of race; color; national origin; ancestry;
sex; sexual orientation; age; religion; political beliefs; mental, learning
                                                                                                                                   course selection.
or physical 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. 2/08, 60M, Resource: CE/VS
Summer Credit Catalog 2008                                                                                   2                                               www.mcc.commnet.edu
                                                         General Information
$20 Application Fee                                                             Class Requirements
If you are registering to take a credit course and have never attended          For credit course prerequisites see Course Descriptions, pages 11-19.
MCC or another Connecticut Community College as a credit
                                                                                Special Note
student, a one-time, non-refundable $20 application fee is required.
                                                                                Before registering, students from other institutions should check
This fee is non-refundable even if a class is cancelled by the
                                                                                with their home institution to verify that credits from this program
College. If paying by check, please provide a separate check for $20
                                                                                are transferable to their own school. There are no refunds past the
payable to “MCC” for the application fee. This must accompany the
                                                                                allowable drop period, whether a course is transferable or not.
MCC Application For Admission for new students on pages 21-22.
                                                                                Financial Aid
Other Fees                                                                      Summer Financial Aid is available for students taking classes
Late Tuition/Fees Payment: Students who do not pay their tuition/fees
                                                                                applicable to their degree program. In order to be eligible for financial
on the day of registration will be assessed a $15 late fee.
                                                                                aid, a student must complete the Free Application for Student Aid and
Returned Check: A $25 returned check fee will be charged for each               a Financial Aid Summer Application by April 1, 2008. If students have
check returned for insufficient funds or stop payments.                         already received financial aid for the Fall 2007 and/or aid in the Spring
Minimum Enrollment                                                              2008, they only need to complete the summer form. Any questions,
Continuing Education programs are self-supporting. All courses                  please call (860) 512-3380.
are operated on an instruction-fees supported basis. Classes with               Textbooks/Bookstore Hours
insufficient enrollment will be cancelled.                                      Textbooks and supplies can be purchased at the MCC Bookstore in the
Registration Deadline                                                           Lowe Building. The bookstore will be closed whenever the College is
Mail-in registration must be received by the Registrar’s Office five            closed. For more information and summer session hours, see page 4 or
business days prior to the start of the requested course. Students will         call (860) 645-3140.
be advised if a course is filled.                                               Forms of Payment
Late Registration                                                               Full payment must accompany registration.
Late registration will be accepted on a space-available basis prior to
                                                                                	 •	 Cash
the second class meeting.
                                                                                	 •	 Credit	Cards: Only MasterCard and Visa are accepted.
Credit Confirmation
You will receive your course schedule printout as a confirmation, with               C
                                                                                	 •	 	 hecks: Please make all checks payable to “MCC.” Please include
course location, within a week after we receive your registration form.              student’s Social Security number or Banner ID on your check.
Students who register in-person will receive confirmation at that time.
Your confirmation is necessary to purchase textbooks at the MCC                      Veterans	Please	Note:	There	are	no	tuition	
Bookstore. Course locations are also listed in this catalog, pages 5-10.
                                                                                           waivers for Summer Sessions.

                                                     SUMMER FEE SCHEDUlES
                  CONNECTICUT RESIDENT                                                                NON-RESIDENT
               Continuing Education Credit Courses                                           Continuing Education Credit Courses
   SH     Extension Credit Fee       Service Fee         Total Fees              SH     Extension Credit Fee       Service Fee         Total Fees
   1             $ 125.00                 $ 53.50          $ 178.50              1             $ 125.00               $ 160.50           $ 285.50
   2               250.00                    57.00           307.00              2               250.00                  171.00            421.00
   3               375.00                    60.50           435.50              3               375.00                  181.50            556.50
   4               500.00                    64.00           564.00              4               500.00                  192.00            692.00
   5               625.00                    75.50           700.50              5               625.00                  226.50            851.50
   6               750.00                    87.00           837.00              6               750.00                  261.00           1011.00
   7               875.00                    98.50           973.50              7               875.00                  295.50           1170.50
   8              1000.00                  110.00           1100.00              8              1000.00                  330.00           1330.00
   9              1125.00                  121.50           1246.50              9              1125.00                  364.50           1489.50
   10             1250.00                  133.00           1383.00              10             1250.00                  399.00           1649.00
   11             1375.00                  144.50           1519.50              11             1375.00                  433.50           1808.50
   12             1500.00                  156.00           1656.00              12             1500.00                  468.00           1968.00
   13+ additional $125 per each semester hour                                    13+ additional $125 per each semester hour
  By Arrangement/Work Experience .......... $125.00 per semester hour           By Arrangement/Work Experience .......... $125.00 per semester hour
 Additional Mandatory Usage Fees for Extension Fund Courses                    Additional Mandatory Usage Fees for Extension Fund Courses
  Laboratory Course Fee ............................ $62.00                     Laboratory Course Fee ............................ $62.00
  Per registration in a designated laboratory course                            Per registration in a designated laboratory course
  Studio Course Fee .................................... $68.00                 Studio Course Fee .................................... $68.00
  Per registration in a designated studio course                                Per registration in a designated studio course
   SH: semester hours                                                            SH: semester hours
                 Tuition and Fees are subject to change                                        Tuition and Fees are subject to change


General Information (860) 512-2800                                         3                                Registration Information (860) 512-3220
          General Information
                                   Refund Policy for Credit Extension Courses
There is a minimum enrollment for all Continuing Education courses.                            Exceptions
Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled. If a course                            Exceptions that will be considered by the Dean of Continuing
is filled or cancelled, you will be notified by phone or mail before                           Education if the request is received in writing before the second
the starting date. If the College cancels a credit extension course,                           class meeting are: severe illness of the student or an immediate family
students will receive a full refund of all tuition and service fees. This                      member as verified by a physician, or administrative error. Any exception
does not include the $20 one-time application fee for new students                             request must be submitted to the Dean in writing with a detailed description
which is non-refundable. It takes four to six weeks for payment of                             of the circumstances and supporting documentation. Circumstances that will
refunds to be made.                                                                            NOT be considered include: changes in employment situation, commuting
A student who drops from a credit extension course prior to its first                          difficulties, inability to transfer course to home institution, student
scheduled meeting will receive a full refund of tuition only, provided                         misunderstanding of the start date or dates of class or dissatisfaction with
that a written request for a refund is received by the office of the                           instructor or course content. Regardless of circumstances, exceptions
Registrar no later than 4 p.m. on the day before the scheduled first                           will not be made after the second class meeting. Tuition cannot be
class meeting. (Requests must be made by 12 noon, Friday for courses                           transferred to other semesters.
starting Saturday-Monday.) When a student drops from a credit                                  Exception requests should be sent to:
course, the college service fee and the one-time application fee for                             Manchester Community College
new students are non-refundable.                                                                 Dean of Continuing Education
                                                                                                 Great Path, MS #16
          No refuNds will be issued AfTer The                                                    P.O. Box 1046
               AllowAble drop period.                                                            Manchester, CT 06045-1046
                                                                                                 (Note: You cannot withdraw online once a session begins. You must
                                                                                                 submit a written request.)

                                                           speciAl NoTe To sTudeNTs
                                                             Full payment is due upon registration.
   If you do not want to take a course once you have registered for it, you must submit a drop form to the Registrar’s Office whether you have
   paid or not. If you do not drop within the allowable drop period, you are still obligated to pay for the class, whether or not you attend.


                                                                                                     MCC Bookstore 2008 Summer Hours
       MCC library 2008 Summer Hours
                                                                                                                      (Located in the Lowe Building)
               (Located in the Learning Resource Center)                                                                  May 19-May 23, 2008
                             May 27-August 14, 2008                                                    Mon. ...................................................9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
 Mon.–Thurs. ..............................................8:30 a.m.- 6:30 p.m.                        Tues.-Thurs. .......................................9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
 Fri. .............................................................8:30 a.m.- 12 noon                  Fri. ......................................................9:00 a.m.- 12 noon
 Sat. .............................................................10:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.                                     May 26-May 30, 2008
 Sun. ............................................................ClOSED                               Mon., May 26 (Memorial Day) .........ClOSED
                                                                                                       Tues., Wed. ........................................9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
                           Exceptions:	                                                                Thurs. .................................................9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
                                                                                                       Fri. ......................................................9:00 a.m.- 12 noon
 Thurs., May 29 (Commencement) .............8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                            June 2-August 8, 2008
 Fri.-Sun., July 4-6, (Independence Day Weekend) ClOSED
                                                                                                       Mon.-Thurs. .......................................9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
                                                                                                       Fri. ......................................................9:00 a.m.- 12 noon
                                                                                                       Thurs., July 3 .....................................9:00 a.m.- 12 noon
                                                                                                       Fri., July 4 (Independence Day) ........ClOSED
                 Interested in an Internship or                                                                                 Extended	Hours:
                Cooperative Work Experience?                                                           Mon.-Tues ................. June 9-10 ........9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
 Summer is a great time to complete an internship or cooperative                                       Mon.-Tues ................. June 23-24 ......9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
 education work experience. You can get help from the Co-op office                                     Mon.-Tues ................. July 7-8 ...........9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m
 with finding a paid or unpaid placement, or use the job you have                                 All hours are subject to change without notification. The Bookstore
 now if it’s related to your major. Co-op courses, including our online                           will be closed whenever the College is closed for holidays.
 courses, are open to all students. Co-op credits will apply to the degree
                                                                                                  To insure purchase of the correct textbooks bring your course
 program of almost every student.                                                                 schedule printout with you when buying books.
 Plan ahead and call the Cooperative Education office                                                        For more information, call (860) 645-3140
       at (860) 512-3312 for more information.                                                               or	visit	our	website	at:	www.efollett.com
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                                Summer Course Schedule
                                                    3-Week Morning Session
	       Classes	Start: Tuesday, May 27                                        Classes	End: Friday, June 13
	       Final	Exams: Last scheduled class period unless otherwise noted       Note:	Classes	will	not	meet	on	Monday,	May	26	(Memorial	Day)

CRN    Subject #        Title                                      Credit Hrs Days                  Time               Building Wing/Room
20056 ‡ ART * B206       Film Study                                     3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             V5   V151
20057 ‡ COM* B154        Film Study and Appreciation                    3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             V5   V151
20058   COM* B173        Public Speaking                                3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             AST  C204
20150   CSA * B105       Introduction to Software Applications          3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             LRC  B221
20060   CJS * B101       Introduction to Criminal Justice               3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             V6   V162
20061   CJS * B211       Criminal Law I                                 3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             AST  C212
20063 nECN * B101        Principles of Macroeconomics                   3        online         (See page 14)
20065   ENG * B110       Introduction to Literature                     3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             AST  D205
20067   HIS * B101       Western Civilization I                         3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             AST  C202
20068   MUS * B101       Music History & Appreciation I                 3        M-F            9:00 a.m.-12:10 p.m.        V2   V127
20069   PSY * B111       General Psychology I                           3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             AST  C210
20071   SOC * B101       Principles of Sociology                        3        M-F            8:30-11:40 a.m.             AST  C211
‡ Choose either ART* B206 or COM* B154
■ See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.

                             6-Week	Day/Evening	and	Intensive	Program:	Session	I
        Classes	Start:	Tuesday, May 27                                        Classes	End: Thursday, July 3
        No morning or evening classes Monday, May 26 (Memorial Day)           No evening classes Thursday, May 29 (Commencement)
        Make-up date is Friday, May 30, for classes normally meeting          Make-up date is Friday, June 6, for Thursday evening classes
        on Mondays
        Final	Exams: Last scheduled class period unless otherwise noted

CRN    Subject #         Title                                     Credit Hrs Days                  Time               Building Wing/Room
20043  n BBG* B234 Legal Environment of Business                        3        online         (See page 12)
20152  n BES * B118 Small Business Management                           3        online         (See pages 8, 12)
20062  n BMG* B202 Principles of Management                             3        online         (See pages 8, 12)
20064  n BMG* B204 Managerial Communication                             3        online         (See pages 8, 12)
20066  n‡ BMG* B210 Organizational Behavior                             3        online         (See pages 8, 12)
20045     CHE * B121 General Chemistry I (Lecture)                      4        M,T,W,R        8:30-10:30 a.m.             AST    E202
          (Classes will be held Fri. May 30 and Fri. June 6) (Lab)               M,W            10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.        AST    C110
20046     CHE * B121 General Chemistry I (Lecture)                      4        M,T,W,R        8:30-10:30 a.m.             AST    E202
          (Classes will be held Fri. May 30 and Fri. June 6) (Lab)               T,R            10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.        AST    C110
20059 n	 CSC * B101 Introduction to Computers                           3        online         (See pages 8, 13)
20047     DAR* B101 Public Health Issues in Abuse & Addiction           3        M,W            6:00-9:35 p.m.              V5     V151
20158	 u	 ECE * B131 Children’s Literature                              3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              AST    C203
20159     EGR * B211 Engineering Statics                                3        T,R            10:00 a.m.-1:35 p.m.        AST    C135
20161 n	 ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature                           3        online         (See pages 8, 15)
20160 u	 ENG* B114 Children’s Literature                                3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              AST    C203
20049     HPE * B217 Principles & Practices of Coaching                 3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              AST    C204
20051     HIS * B201 United States History I                            3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              AST    C202
20108 n	 HIS * B202 United States History II                            3        online         (See pages 8, 16)
20052     MAT* B095 Elementary Algebra Foundations                      0        M,T,W,R        8:00-9:55 a.m.              AST    D215
20053     POL * B111 American Government                                3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              AST    D205
20162     PSY * B201 Life Span Development                              3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              V5     V151
20101 n‡PSY * B247 Industrial and Organizational Psychology             3        online         (See pages 8, 18)
20109     SGN * B101 Sign Language I                                    3        M,W            6:00-9:35 p.m               LRC    B219
20054     SSC * B110 Health and Wellness Principles                     3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.              V6     V162
20104     SOC * B201 Contemporary Social Issues                         3        M,W            6:00-9:35 p.m.              V3     V131
20055     SPA * B111 Elementary Spanish I                               4        M,T,W,R        6:00-8:25 p.m.              LRC    B210
▼ Does not carry academic credit, however tuition and fees are the same as for a 3 credit course (see page 3 for schedule of fees)
‡ Choose either BMG *B210 online or PSY *B247 online      .


u Choose either ECE *131 or ENG *114.
■ See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.

General Information (860) 512-2800                                        5                        Registration Information (860) 512-3220
         Summer Course Schedule
                                               8-Week Day/Evening Session
	     Classes	Start:	Monday, June 9                                         Classes	End: Thursday, July 31
	     Final	Exams:	Last scheduled class period unless otherwise noted
CRN      Subject #      Title                                      Credit Hrs Days                   Time              Building Wing/Room
20029 ACC * B115        Financial Accounting                            4         M,W           6:00-9:30 p.m.             LRC      B220
20030 ACC * B118        Managerial Accounting                           4         T,R           6:00-9:30 p.m.             LRC      B220
20031 ACC * B125        Accounting Computer Applications I              3         M,W           5:30-8:10 p.m.             LRC      B221
20032 ART * B103        Art History III                                 3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             V6       V162
20033	.ART * B111       Drawing I                                       3         M,W,R         2:00-5:30 p.m.             AST      D109
20034 . ART * B112      Drawing II                                      3         M,W,R         2:00-5:30 p.m.             AST      D109
20035 . ART * B211      Drawing III                                     3         M,W,R         2:00-5:30 p.m.             AST      D109
20036 . ART * B212      Drawing IV                                      3         M,W,R         2:00-5:30 p.m.             AST      D109
20037 . ART * B250      Digital Photography                             3         M,W,R         6:00-9:30 p.m.             AST      D211
20038 AST * B101        Principles of Astronomy                         3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C101
20039 BIO * B105        Introduction to Biology (lecture)               4         T,W,R         8:00-9:50 a.m.             LRC      B214
                                                   (lab)                          T,W,R         10:00-11:45 a.m.           LRC      B124
20040 BIO * B111        Introduction to Nutrition                       3         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             V3       V131
20041 BIO * B115        Human Biology              (lecture)            4         T,W,R         6:00-7:50 p.m.             AST      C212
                                                   (lab)                          T,W,R         4:00-5:45 p.m.             LRC      B128
20042 BIO * B115        Human Biology              (lecture)            4         T,W,R         6:00-7:50 p.m.             AST      C212
                                                   (lab)                          T,W,R         8:00-9:45 p.m.             LRC      B128
20072 BIO * B212        Anatomy and Physiology II (lecture)             4         T,W,R         8:00-9:50 a.m.             LRC      B208
                                                   (lab)                          T,W,R         10:00-11:45 a.m.           LRC      B128
20074 BIO * B235        Microbiology               (lecture)            4         T,W,R         5:00-6:50 p.m.             AST      C201
                                                   (lab)                          T,R           2:15-4:45 p.m.             LRC      B127
20075 BIO * B235        Microbiology               (lecture)            4         T,W,R         5:00-6:50 p.m.             AST      C201
                                                   (lab)                          T,R           7:00-9:30 p.m.             LRC      B127
20076 BFN * B202        Corporate Finance                               4         M,W           6:00-9:30 p.m.             LRC      B214
20077 CHE * B111        Concepts of Chemistry (lecture)                 4         M,W,R         6:00-7:50 p.m.             AST      C111
                                                   (lab)                          M,W,R         8:00-9:45 p.m.             AST      C110
20482 CHE * B111        Concepts of Chemistry (lecture)                 4         M,W,R         8:00-9:50 a.m.             AST      C111
                                                   (lab)                          M,W,R         10:00-11:45 a.m.           AST      C113
20078 COM*B173          Public Speaking                                 3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C204
20044 ■CAD* B110        Introduction to CAD                             3         online        (see pages 8, 13)
20079 CSA * B105        Introduction to Software Applications           3         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             LRC      B221
20081 EAS * B102        Earth Science                                   3         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C107
20083 ECN * B101        Principles of Macroeconomics                    3         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      E202
20084 ECN * B102        Principles of Microeconomics                    3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C211
20085 ▼ENG * B093       Introduction to College Reading & Writing       0         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C207
20086 ▼	ENG* B093       Introduction to College Reading & Writing       0         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C207
20087 ENG* B101         Composition                                     3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      D203
20088 ENG* B101         Composition                                     3         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      D203
20089 ENG* B110         Introduction to Literature                      3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      D205
20090 ENG* B110         Introduction to Literature                      3         T,R           2:00-4:40 p.m.             AST      D205
20091 ENG* B200         Advanced Composition                            3         T,R           6:30-9:10 p.m.             LRC      B214
20092 EVS * B100        Introduction to Environmental Science           3         M,W           6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C107
20093 ▼MAT * B075       Prealgebra: Number Sense & Geometry             0         T,R           8:00-10:40 a.m.            AST      D213
20094 ▼MAT * B095       Elementary Algebra Foundations                  0         T,R           6:00-8:40 p.m.             AST      D213
20095 MAT* B138         Intermediate Algebra: A Modeling Approach 3               M,W           6:00-8:40 p.m.             AST      D215
20096 MAT* B138         Intermediate Algebra: A Modeling Approach 3               T,R           6:00-8:40 p.m.             AST      D215
20097 MAT* B165         Elementary Statistics with
                        Computer Applications                           4         M,W           5:30-9:00 p.m.             AST      D218
20098 MAT* B165         Elementary Statistics with
                        Computer Applications                           4         T,R           5:30-9:00 p.m.             AST      D218
20099 MAT* B186         Precalculus                                     4         T,R           5:30-9:00 p.m.             AST      D219
20155 MAT* B186         Precalculus                                     4         M,W           5:30-9:00 p.m.             AST      D219
▼	 Does not carry academic credit, however tuition and fees are the same as for a 3 credit course (see page 3 for schedule of fees)
. Studio Course
■ See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.

Summer Credit Catalog 2008                                              6                                    Continued on next page
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                               Summer Course Schedule
                                        8-Week Day/Evening Session (continued)
	     Classes	Start: Monday, June 9                                          Classes	End: Thursday, July 31
	     Final	Exams:	 Last scheduled class period unless otherwise noted

CRN     Subject #        Title                                     Credit Hrs Days                  Time               Building   Wing/Room
20001 PHL * B101        Introduction to Philosophy                      3        M,W            6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST       C210
20002 PHY * B110        Introductory Physics (lab included)             4        T,W,R          8:00-11:05 a.m.            AST       C101
20003 PHY * B110        Introductory Physics (lab included)             4        T,W,R          6:00-9:05 p.m.             AST       C101
20100 ■POL * B111       American Government                             3        online         (see pages 8, 17)
20004 PSY * B111        General Psychology I                            3        M,W            6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C209
20005 PSY * B245        Abnormal Psychology                             3        T,R            6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C210
20006 SOC * B101        Principles of Sociology                         3        T,R            6:30-9:10 p.m.             AST      C211
■ See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.

                                                 6-Week Day/Evening Session
	 Classes	Start: Monday, June 23                                       Classes	End: Thursday, July 31
	 Final	Exams:	Last scheduled class period unless otherwise noted

CRN      Subject #      Title                                      Credit Hrs Days                   Time              Building Wing/Room
20007 COM*B173         Public Speaking                                 3          M,T,W,R       10:00-11:55 a.m.          AST       C204
20010 ▼	ENG * B093     Introduction to College
                       Reading & Writing                               0          M,T,W,R       8:00-9:55 a.m.            AST       C207
20011 ENG * B101       Composition                                     3          M,T,W,R       10:00-11:55 a.m.          AST       C207
20013 GEO* B101        Introduction to Geography                       3          M,W           6:00-9:35 p.m.            AST       E202
20267 HPE * B102       Physical Fitness & Exercise                     3          T,R           6:00-9:35 p.m.            AST       C209
20050 HPE * B252       Introduction to Physical Education              3          M,W           6:00-9:35 p.m.            AST       D213
20014 HIS * B102       Western Civilization II                         3          M,T,W,R       8:00-9:55 a.m.            AST       C202
20015 PHL * B111       Ethics                                          3          M,T,W,R       8:00-9:55 a.m.            AST       C201
20016 PSY * B107       Pathways to Personal Growth                     3          T,R           8:30 a.m.-12:05 p.m.      AST       C203
20026 PSY * B203       Child Development                               3          M,W           6:00-9:35 p.m.            AST       C202
20018 SOC * B101       Principles of Sociology                         3          M,T,W,R       10:00 -11:55 a.m.         V5        V151
▼	 Does not carry academic credit, however tuition and fees are the same as for a 3 credit course (see page 3 for schedule of fees)

                           6-Week Day/Evening and Intensive	Program:	Session	II
	 Classes	Start: Monday, July 7                                        Classes	End: Thursday, August 14
	 Final	Exams:	Last scheduled class period unless otherwise noted

CRN      Subject #      Title                                      Credit Hrs Days                  Time               Building Wing/Room
20019 CHE * B122        General Chemistry II       (Lecture)            4        M,T,W,R        8:30-10:30 a.m.            AST           C209
              (Final Exam will be Friday, Aug 15) (Lab)                          M,W            10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.       AST           C110
20020 CHE * B122        General Chemistry II       (Lecture)            4        M,T,W,R        8:30-10:30 a.m.            AST           C209
              (Final Exam will be Friday, Aug 15) (Lab)                          T,R            10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.       AST           C110
20021 COM*B173          Public Speaking                                 3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.             AST           C204
20156 ■	CSC * B101      Introduction to Computers                       3                       online                     (see pages 8, 13)
20163 EGR * 212         Engineering Dynamics                            3        T,R            10:00 a.m.-1:35 p.m.       AST           C135
20023 MAT* B138         Intermediate Algebra                            3        M,T,W,R        8:00-9:55 a.m.             AST           D215
20024 POL * B112        State & Local Government                        3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.             V5            V151
20025 PSY * B111        General Psychology I                            3        M,W            8:30 a.m.-12:05 p.m.       AST           C211
20110 SGN *B102         Sign Language II                                3        M,W            6:00-9:35 p.m.             LRC           B219
20027 SOC * B210        Sociology of the Family                         3        T,R            6:00-9:35 p.m.             V6            V162
20028 SPA * B112        Elementary Spanish II                           4        M,T,W,R        6:00-8:25 p.m.             LRC           B210
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                                                    CODE DESIGNATIONS
       lRC       = learning Resource Center                                   lOWE        = lowe Building
       AST       = Arts, Sciences & Technology Center                         V1-V6       = Village
General Information (860) 512-2800                                     7                            Registration Information (860) 512-3220
          Summer Course Schedule
            Online, By Arrangement, Work Experience and Special Session Courses
CRN        Subject #          Title                                            Credit Hrs          Time            Building Wing/Room
20152 ■    BES* B118  Small Business Management (online)                            3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3, required seminar, Tuesday, May 27, 6:30-7:50 p.m. in LRC B220
                          (See course description on page 12 for further information.)
20062	 ■ BMG* B202 Principles of Management (online)                                3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3, required seminar, Wednesday, May 21, 5:00-6:30 p.m. in LRC B219
                          (See course description on page 12 for further information.)
20064 ■ BMG* B204 Managerial Communication (online)                                 3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3, required seminar, Wednesday, May 21, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in LRC B219
                          (See course description on page 12 for further information.)
20066 ‡■ BMG* B210 Organizational Behavior (online)                                 3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3, required seminar, Tuesday, May 27, 8:00-9:20 p.m. in LRC B220
                          (See course description on page 12 for further information.)
20044 ■ CAD* B110 Introduction to CAD (online)                                      3               TBA
                          June 9-July 31
                          (See course description on page 13 for further information.)
20059 ■ CSC* B101     Introduction to Computers (online)                            3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3
                          (See course description on page 13 for further information.)
20156 ■ CSC* B101     Introduction to Computers (online)                            3               TBA
                          July 7-August 14, required seminar, Wednesday, July 2, 5:00-7:00 p.m. in LRC B222
                          (See course description on page 13 for further information.)
        u CO-OP B270 Co-op/Work Experience                                          3               4:00-6:00 p.m.         V3   V131
  CRN assigned by         Required seminars: Tuesdays, June 24, July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & Aug. 5
  CO-OP ED Director       (See course description on page 13 for further information.)
        ■uCO-OP B270 Co-op/Work Experience (online)                                 3               TBA
                          Online course meets May 27-July 21, with an extended class recess from July 2-July 11.
  CRN assigned by
  CO-OP ED Director       On-campus orientation on Tuesday, May 27, 6:00 p.m. in LRC B214
                          (See course description on page 13 for further information.)
20161 ■ ENG* B110 Introduction to Literature (online)                               3
                          May 27-July 3
                          (See course description on page 15 for further information.)
20108 ■ HIS* B202     United States History II (online)                             3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3, required onsite class Wednesday May 21, 6:00-8:00 p.m., LRC B220
                          (See course description on page 16 for further information.)
20107 u HSP* B296     Co-op/Work Experience                                         3               9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.    LRC  B209
                          Required seminars: Tuesdays, May 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17
                          (see course description on page 16 for further information)
20082        PTA*B220 Introduction to the Physical Therapy Clinic                   1               TBA                    NVCC❖
	       	    		       		 June 2-August 1
                          For more information, contact Cindy Lacouture at Naugatuck Valley Community College (203) 596-2168
20100 ■ POL* B111     American Government (online)                                  3               TBA
                          June 9-July 31
                          (See course description on page 17 for further information.)
20101 ‡■ PSY* B247    Industrial and Organizational Psychology (online)             3               TBA
                          May 27-July 3, required seminar, Tuesday, May 27, 8:00-9:20 p.m. in LRC B220
                          (See course description on page 18 for further information.)




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            Online, By Arrangement, Work Experience and Special Session Courses continued
CRN           Subject #            Title                            Credit Hrs               Time                         Building Wing/Room
20102         RSP* B181     Clinical Practicum II                                        1               TBA
                               May 27-July 18, (by arrangement)
                               Requires prior approval from Nancy LaRoche-Shovak (860) 512-2714
20103         RSP* B260     Advanced Principles of Ventilator Therapy                    3                                      LRC     B129
                               May 21-July 21, (Mondays and by arrangement), 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
	       	     		            		 Also,	Monday,	July	21,	1:00-4:00	p.m.	•	Tuesday,	July	22-Friday,	July	25,	8:00	a.m.-12:00	p.m.
                               Requires prior approval from Nancy LaRoche-Shovak (860) 512-2714
20070         SOC* B100     Community Engagement                         3                   8:30 a.m.-12:05 p.m.               AST     C210
                               July 14-August 2, (Monday-Thursday)
                               (See course description on page 18 for further information.)
20138 ■	 SOC* B210          Sociology of the Family (online)             3                   TBA
                               May 9-June 14
                               (See course description on page 19 for further information.)
20144 ■       SOC* B220     Radical & Ethnic Diversity (online)          3                   TBA
                               June 20-August 2
                               (See course description on page 19 for further information.)
20105         SUR*B201      Seminar in Surgery                           2                   9:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m.             LRC B214
                               May 30-August 1, (Fridays only)
                               Requires prior approval from Richard Clark (860) 512-2715
20106         SUR*B220      Clinical Experience I                        2                   7:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.              Hartford Hospital
                               June 2-July 31 (Monday-Thursday)
                               Requires prior approval from Richard Clark (860) 512-2715
‡ Choose either BMG* B210 online or PSY* B247 online
❖ Naugatuck Valley Community College

u   This course requires pre-registration approval from the Cooperative Education office located in Lowe Building, L179. Students from all majors
    can enroll in this course section and receive credit specific to their subject specialty. For more information about Cooperative Education please
    call (860) 512-3312.
■ See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.




General Information (860) 512-2800                                        9                            Registration Information (860) 512-3220
          College by Design
                                                            Session #5:
                                                     May 9, 2008–June 14, 2008
Course #                     Course TiTle                             CrediTs                   days/Time                   Bldg       room
DAR* B213                  Addiction Counseling II                          3                 Sat., 8 a.m.- 4 :35 p.m.       AST       C201
 CRN #20133
ENG* B110                  Introduction to Literature                       3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       C212
 CRN #20134                                                                                   Sat., 1- 4 :35 p.m.            AST       C212
GEO* B101                  Introduction to Geography                        3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       E202
 CRN #20135                                                                                   Sat., 1- 4 :35 p.m.            AST       E202
PHl* B111                  Ethics                                           3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       C209
 CRN #20136                                                                                   Sat., 9 a.m.-12:35 p.m.        AST       C209
PSY* B111                  General Psychology I                             3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       C211
CRN #20137                                                                                    Sat., 9 a.m.-12:35 p.m.        AST       C211
SOC* B210❖                 Sociology of the Family                          3                 online (see pages 9, 19)
 CRN #20138
❖See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.
                                                           Session #6:
                                                   June 20, 2008–August 2, 2008 (No Classes July 4 and 5)
Course #                     Course TiTle                             CrediTs                   days/Time                   Bldg       room
ART* B206u                 Film Study                                       3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              V5        V151
 CRN #20139                                                                                   Sat., 9 a.m.-12:35 p.m.        V5        V151
COM* B154u                 Film Study & Appreciation                        3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              V5        V151
 CRN #20140                                                                                   Sat., 9 a.m.-12:35 p.m.        V5        V151
ENG* B101                  Composition                                      3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       C207
 CRN #20141                                                                                   Sat., 1 p.m.-4:35 p.m.         AST       C207
POl* B112                  State and Local Government                       3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       C209
 CRN #20142                                                                                   Sat., 9 a.m.-12:35 p.m.        AST       C209
PSY* B112                  General Psychology II                            3                 Fri., 6-9:35 p.m.              AST       E202
 CRN #20143                                                                                   Sat., 9 a.m.-12:35 p.m.        AST       E202
SOC* B220❖                 Racial and Ethnic Diversity                      3                 online (see pages 9, 19)
 CRN #20144
❖See page 19 for technical requirements for online courses. See course descriptions for any course specific instructions.
uChoose either ART* B206 or COM* B154




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                                                     Course Descriptions
                       Accounting                                                                     Astronomy
 All accounting courses numbered 100 or higher require students
                                                                             AST*	101:	Principles	of	Astronomy
      to be eligible for ENG* 101 and MAT* 095 or higher.
                                                                             This is an introductory descriptive astronomy course with emphasis
ACC*	115:	Financial	Accounting                                               on the earth and its motions, the moon and planets, the sun, and stars
Theory and practice of accounting applicable to the accumulation,            and galaxies. Observation sessions will be required. 3 credits
external reporting, and external uses of financial accounting
information. 4 credits                                                                                   Biology
ACC*	118:	Managerial	Accounting                                              BIO*	105:	Introduction	to	Biology
Basic concepts and practice of accounting’s role in providing                This course is a study of the fundamental principles of biology as they
information to managers to assist in their planning, control and             relate to current issues. It may be used to fulfill the general education
decision-making activities. Topics include cost accounting, cost             natural and physical science requirement, and is recommended
behavior relationships, analyses for managerial decisions, and the           for students who do not need a full year of laboratory biology.
budget process. Prerequisite: “C-” or better in ACC* 115. 4 credits          No dissection is required. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101.
ACC*	125:	Accounting	Computer	Applications	I                                 4 credits
This course teaches students to build a company’s accounting                 BIO*	111:	Introduction	to	Nutrition
system in QuickBooks. Students will learn to download QuickBooks             An introduction to the study of human nutrition with emphasis on the
data into an Excel spreadsheet and build linked statements, footnotes        scientific bases of facts and controversies surrounding issues of foods
and graphs. Students will also learn PowerPoint and Turbo Tax.               and diets will be taught. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 101. Not
Prerequisite: ACC* 115. 3 credits                                            open to students who have completed BIO* 112. 3 credits

                               Art                                           BIO*	115:	Human	Biology
                                                                             This course is an introduction to the structure and function of the
 Studio Courses: students enrolled in fine arts studio courses are           human body. Various organ systems will be discussed with an
   responsible for buying any supplies required for satisfactory             emphasis on how they maintain homeostasis. The lab will include
                     completion of the course.                               some dissection. Not open to students who have passed a higher
ART*	103:	Art	History	III	                                                   level human anatomy and physiology course. Prerequisite: eligibility
Visual art movements of the past 100 years from Impressionism and            for ENG* 101. 4 credits
Cubism to today’s art. Outside reading and visits to galleries and           BIO*	212:	Anatomy	and	Physiology	II
museums are required. 3 credits                                              The anatomy and physiology of the specials senses, digestive,
ART*		 11,	ART*	112,	ART*	211,	ART*	212:	
     1                                                                       respiratory, cardio-vascular, lymphatic, urinary and reproductive
     Drawing I/II/III/IV                                                     organ systems are discussed and explored in appropriate laboratory
This course covers the basic elements, media and processes of                investigations which include some dissection. Prerequisite: BIO* 211.
drawing including composition and perspective. Extensive drawing             4 credits
from still-life, landscape and the live model will emphasize                 BIO*	235:	Microbiology
development of students’ manual, perceptual and conceptual skills.           This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to
May be taken up to four times as ART *111, *112, *211, *212, all             microbiology. Students will learn the fundamentals of microbiology,
of which run concurrently. 3 credits                                         survey the world of microbial organisms, and study the interactions
ART*	206/COM*	154:	Film	Study                                                between microbes, their hosts, and their effects on the environment.
The viewing, discussion and analysis (written and oral) of                   There will also be laboratory exercises each week that will teach the
representative films from the early years of the industry to the             basics of handling, culturing, and identifying microbes. Prerequisites:
present will be taught. 3 credits                                            BIO* 105 or BIO* 115 or BIO* 121, and CHE* 111. 4 credits

ART*	250:	Digital	Photography	
An introduction to digital photography including hardware and
software, camera handling and creative controls, file formats and
management, image editing, manipulation and output options using
Adobe PhotoShop. Through demonstrations and assignments, a
survey of imagery and a final portfolio, students will be introduced
to the basic vocabulary, concepts, tools and expressive possibilities
of digital photography. Students must own a 3 megapixel (or greater)
digital camera with manual, aperture priority and/or shutter priority
exposure modes. Basic computer and photographic experience
preferred. 3 credits



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         Course Descriptions
  Business entrepreneurship online                                            BMG*	204:	Managerial	Communication	(Online)
                                                                              This is a practical course in oral and written managerial
       All business courses numbered 100 or higher require                    communication skills, covering the writing of letters, memos and
               students to be eligible for ENG* 101.                          reports, editing techniques, and the preparation of resumes and cover
BES*	118:	Small	Business	Management	(online)                                  letters. 3 credits
This course covers the fundamentals of operating a small business.
                                                                              Students must contact Professor Douglas Dorsey at (860) 512-2630
Students will discuss topics that arise before a small business is
                                                                              or by email at ddorsey@mcc.commnet.edu. to provide their email
opened, the process of determining customer needs and satisfying
                                                                              address as soon as they are registered. There is a required seminar
them, how to create and maintain competitive advantage, useful
                                                                              on May 21 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in LRC B219.
information on the technical aspects of running a small business, and
the on-going process of managing a small business. Prerequisite:              Technical	Requirements: see page 19
eligibility for ENG* 101 or permission of the instructor. 3 credits
                                                                              BMG*	210:	Organizational	Behavior/PSY*	247:	Industrial	
This course is conducted fully online and students must contact
instructor Theresa Janeczek at (860) 512-2626 or by email at
                                                                              and	Organizational	Psychology	(Online)
                                                                              A survey of the psychological factors that influence the individual
tjaneczek@mcc.commnet.edu to provide their email address as soon
                                                                              in the work setting. Includes employee attitudes, motivation, group
as they are registered. There is a required orientation session on May
                                                                              dynamics, decision making, leadership, assessment and training as
27 from 6:30-7:50 p.m. in LRC B220.
                                                                              an introduction to human resource management. 3 credits
Technical	Requirements: see page 19
                                                                              This course is conducted fully online and students must contact
                                                                              instructor Theresa Janeczek at (860) 512-2626 or by email at
                  Business, finAnce                                           tjaneczek@mcc.commnet.edu to provide their email address as soon
       All business courses numbered 100 or higher require                    as they are registered. There is a required orientation session on May
               students to be eligible for ENG* 101.                          27 from 8-9:20 p.m. in LRC B220.
BFN*	202:	Corporate	Finance                                                   Technical	Requirements: see page 19
A study of the principles and techniques of financial management,
covering money and capital markets, financial analysis, working                                        chemistry
capital management, long term financing, time value of money,
                                                                              CHE*	111:	Concepts	of	Chemistry
risk, leverage, and cost of capital. Prerequisite: “C” or better in
                                                                              A brief survey of atomic structure, chemical bonding, stoichiometry,
ACC* 118. 4 credits
                                                                              periodicity, properties of gases, solutions, acid-base theory and an
                                                                              introduction to kinetics and equilibria will be taught. This is a one-
                 Business, generAl                                            semester course in general chemistry. Strongly recommended for
   All business courses numbered 100 or higher require                        students with no prior chemistry experience. Scientific calculator
           students to be eligible for ENG* 101.                              required. Prerequisite: MAT* 075 or math placement test. 4 credits
BBG*	234:	Legal	Environment	of	Business                                       CHE*	121:	General	Chemistry	I
This course introduces the student to the structure of the American           The principles of chemistry, including atomic structure, periodicity,
legal system and its impact on the operations of American business.           stoichiometry, reactions in solution, thermo-chemistry, chemical
Ethics and social responsibility are examined from many perspectives,         bonding, molecular structure and geometry, and properties of gases will
including that of decision-makers and stakeholders. Major aspects of          be taught. Due to the intensive nature of this course, students with no
government regulation of business are explored, including product             prior chemistry coursework within the last five years should complete
liability, securities regulation, employment and labor law, and               CHE* 111 before taking this course. Students who need only a 4 credit
intellectual property. The course also examines fiduciary duties and          chemistry course should take CHE* 111. Scientific calculator required.
tort and criminal liability. 3 credits                                        Prerequisite: MAT* 095 or math placement test. 4 credits
                                                                              CHE*	122:	General	Chemistry	II
       Business mAnAgement online                                             A continuation of the principles of chemistry, including intermolecular
       All business courses numbered 100 or higher require                    forces, properties of liquids and solids, physical properties of
               students to be eligible for ENG* 101.                          solutions, chemical kinetics, general chemical equilibria, acid-base
                                                                              theory and equilibria, solubility equilibria, electrochemistry, and
BMG*	202:	Principles	of	Management	(Online)
                                                                              coordination compounds. Scientific calculator required. Prerequisite:
This course is an analysis of principles, techniques and the major
                                                                              CHE* 121. 4 credits
functions (planning, organizing, and leading) of business enterprise
management. 3 credits
                                                                                                  communicAtions
Students must contact Professor Douglas Dorsey at (860) 512-2630
or by email at ddorsey@mcc.commnet.edu. to provide their email                COM*	154/ART*	206:	Film	Study	and	Appreciation
address as soon as they are registered. There is a required seminar           The viewing, discussion and analysis (written and oral) of
on May 21 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. in LRC B219.                                    representative films from the early years of the industry to the
Technical	Requirements: see page 19                                           present will be taught. 3 credits
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                                                       Course Descriptions
COM*	173:	Public	Speaking                                                                    cooperAtive eDucAtion/
This course is designed to encourage students to develop their                                 work experience
speaking and listening skills in order to become more confident
communicators. The course introduces students to communication                  CO-OP	270:	Work	Experience
as an interactive process and emphasizes developing effective                   This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom
public presentation skills. Instruction stresses organization, research,        theory in an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety
writing, delivery and audience adaptation. Prerequisite: eligibility            of work settings as related to their program of study. Students
for ENG* 093. 3 credits                                                         from all majors can enroll in this course section and receive credit
                                                                                specific to their subject specialty. Prerequisite: 12 completed credit
                         cAD online                                             hours in student subject speciality and permission of the Director
                                                                                of Cooperative Education. 3 credits. Please refer to the MCC
CAD*	110:	Introduction	to	CAD	(online)                                          College Catalog for more information and general prerequisites for
An introduction to the techniques of generating graphic images                  Cooperative Education/Work Experience.
with computers, using AutoCAD. Topics include: overview of
CAD technology, computer technology, hardware descriptions and                              cooperAtive eDucAtion/
requirements, file manipulation and management, two-dimensional
geometric construction, symbol library creation, dimensioning,                              work experience online
scaling, sectioning, plotting, detail and assembly drawing including            The course listed below will be offered online and will be conducted
tolerance studies. 3 credits                                                    entirely on the Internet. Students need not travel to the physical
This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely               campus to complete course requirements except for one evening
using WebCT Vista. Students will be expected to install AutoCAD                 orientation session.
2008 software on their computer. Information regarding obtaining                CO-OP	270:	Work	Experience	(Online)
AutoCAD 2008 (at no charge) will be posted on WebCT Vista along                 Provides students with the opportunity to apply classroom theory in
with instructions on how the class will be structured. Students with            an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety of work
further questions should email the instructor, Catherine Seaver, at             settings related to their program of study. In addition to site placement
cseaver@mcc.commnet.edu.                                                        (150 hours for unpaid internships; 300 hours for paid placements),
Technical	Requirements: see page 19                                             students participate in online activities and lectures focusing on job-
                                                                                related interpersonal skills, such as values and preferences, time and
                                                                                stress management, communication skills, conflict management,
           computer science online                                              corporate culture, employee orientation, performance evaluations,
CSC*	101:	Introduction	to	Computers	(online)                                    business ethics, leadership, and career advancement. Job search
This transferable course is designed for the individual who wants to            strategies are discussed and practiced. Prerequisites: 12 completed
become computer literate and learn how to effectively use the PC                credit hours in student subject speciality and permission of the Director
as a tool at home, on the job, or in the classroom. The student will            of Cooperative Education. Students work with the Cooperative
be exposed to computer concepts and popular software applications               Education Director during the semester before enrollment to secure
such as word processing, presentation software, spreadsheets,                   an appropriate site placement. 3 credits
databases, and the Internet. A research paper is a course requirement.
Prerequisites: eligibility for MAT* 095 and ENG* 101. 3 credits                 Students should contact Professor Nance Kriscenski at (860)
                                                                                512-2642 or by email at nkriscenski@mcc.commnet.edu to provide
Technical	Requirements: see page 19                                             their email address as soon as they are registered and prior to the
                                                                                orientation session.
     computer systems ApplicAtions
                                                                                Technical	Requirements: see page 19
CSA*	105:	Introduction	to	Software	Applications
This hands-on introductory course is designed for the student                                       criminAl Justice
interested in learning to use the personal computer as a productive
tool. Course content includes the fundamentals of Windows XP,                   CJS*	101:	Introduction	to	Criminal	Justice
Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and the Internet. There are NO                  This course is a descriptive-analytical survey of crime and criminal
prerequisites for this course. 3 credits                                        justice in the United States today, that explores strategies for change
                                                                                involving all levels of government, private groups and every American
                                                                                citizen. 3 credits
                                                                                CJS*	211:	Criminal	Law	I
                                                                                Students will study the elements of crime, especially the intent and the
                                                                                act, and a survey of the common law felonies and misdemeanors that
                                                                                make up the body of criminal law. 3 credits



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         Course Descriptions
               Drug/Alcohol                                                                   engineering science
          rehABilitAtion counselor                                            EGR*	211:	Engineering	Statics	
DAR*	101:	Public	Health	Issues	Abuse	&	Addiction                              Students will be introduced to engineering mechanics via vector
This course introduces addiction counseling by exploring areas such           approach to static forces and their resolution. Topics include:
as the 12 core functions of a substance abuse counselor, an historical        properties of force systems, free-body analysis, first and second
perspective of addiction and treatment, models of addiction, other            moments of areas and mass, and static friction. Applications to
addictions such as gambling, family issues with addiction, current            trusses, frames, beams and cables included. Prerequisite: MAT* 256
and past treatment and prevention methods and an overview of drugs            (which may be taken concurrently). 3 credits
of abuse. It also covers unique sociological and public health issues         EGR*	212:	Engineering	Dynamics	
in the field of addiction such as HIV and cultural considerations in          Engineering applications of Newtonian mechanics to dynamic
assessment and treatment. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 066.             forces, translational motion, work, impulse and momentum will
3 credits                                                                     be taught. Topics include: kinematics, kinetics of particles and
DAR*	213:	Addiction	Counseling	II                                             rigid bodies, vibrations, energy and momentum conservation.
Students will learn, practice, and develop counseling skills such as          Prerequisites: EGR* 211 and MAT* 256. 3 credits
attending, reflecting, active listening, modeling and mirroring. This
course builds on the fundamental theories of counseling learned in                                        english
DAR 111 and shows the relationship between theory and skills. This
course will also examine the DSM and will discuss and examine
                                                                              ENG*	093:	Introduction	to	College	Reading	and	Writing	
                                                                              This course is designed for students who need to develop further
co-occurring disorders in the addiction field. Students will reflect
                                                                              their capabilities in language use–reading, writing, thinking, and
on their roles as counselors and define the qualities, knowledge, and
                                                                              speaking–to prepare them for the kinds of assignments they will
skills essential to become a competent, ethical, and culturally aware
                                                                              be asked to complete in ENG* 101 and beyond. Students will read,
counselor. This course combines didactic and experiential learning.
                                                                              discuss, think, and write about a number of topics. Prerequisite:
Prerequisite: DAR* 111. 3 credits
                                                                              ENG 096 (pre-Fall 2003) or ENG* 066 (Fall 2003 and after) with a
                                                                              grade of “C” or better, or placement via assessment test. No credit
         eArly chilDhooD eDucAtion
                                                                              Note: A grade of “C” or better in ENG* 093 is required to take
ECE*	131/ENG*	114:	Children's	Literature                                      ENG* 101.
This course offers an overview of children's literature including its         ENG*	101:	Composition
history, genres, and leading authors and illustrators. The selection          This course is designed to introduce students to “the language of
and critical study of books for children, including folklore, poetry,         the academy”–that is, to the complex literacies of reading, writing,
fiction and nonfiction will be addressed. Issues related to children's        thinking, and speaking required of college students regardless of
literature and literature extension activities will also be explored.         their area of specialization. ENG* 101 also introduces students to the
Prerequisite: ENG* 101. 3 credits                                             specific requirements and standards of academic writing, including
                                                                              essay format, voice, and organizational strategies. Prerequisite:
                     eArth science                                            ENG* 093 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement via
                                                                              assessment test. 3 credits
EAS*	102:	Earth	Science
This course is an introductory survey of selected topics in geology,          ENG*	110:	Introduction	to	Literature
oceanography, astronomy, and meteorology. Earthquakes, moon                   This course is an introduction to the thematic and formal elements
probes, sea explorations, plate tectonics, and severe weather are             of literatures of diverse cultures, with an emphasis on fiction, poetry,
among the topics treated in depth. The course may be supplemented             drama, and the essay, with the aim of developing interpretive
with field trips. 3 credits                                                   reading and writing skills. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a grade of
                                                                              “C” or better. 3 credits
                        economics                                             ENG*	114/ECE*	131:	Children's	Literature
ECN*	101:	Principles	of	Macroeconomics                                        This course offers an overview of children's literature including its
This course covers determinants of the level of national economic             history, genres, and leading authors and illustrators. The selection
activity, employment and prices, fiscal and monetary policy,                  and critical study of books for children, including folklore, poetry,
international economics, and payment mechanisms. Prerequisite:                fiction and nonfiction will be addressed. Issues related to children's
eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits           literature and literature extension activities will also be explored.
                                                                              Prerequisite: ENG* 101. 3 credits
ECN*	102:	Microeconomics
Demand and supply, principles of the market mechanisms, pricing
and output determination under competitive and noncompetitive
market behavior, factor productivity, prices and international
economics will be taught. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093 or
concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits

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ENG*	200:	Advanced	Composition                                                        heAlth, physicAl eDucAtion
This course is designed to develop and refine the advanced skills
learned in ENG* 101 that are essential for both academic and                 HPE*	102:	Physical	Fitness	and	Exercise	
professional writing. Emphasis will be on research and writing from          This course is designed to provide the background information
data (outside sources). The main areas covered will be exposition,           concerning exercise prescription, development and follow through.
argumentation, and the research paper. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with           Students will be trained in exercise testing, theory and ethics, and
a grade of “C” or better. 3 credits                                          practical exercise programs for the beginning exerciser. They will
                                                                             receive a practical understanding of all aspects of fitness center
                                                                             operations from both a fitness specialist and management point of
                    english online
                                                                             view. 3 credits
ENG*	B110:	Introduction	to	Literature	(online)	                              HPE*	217:	Principles	and	Practices	of	Coaching
This course is an introduction to the thematic and formal elements
                                                                             An introduction to the basic principles and practices required in
of literatures of diverse cultures, with an emphasis on fiction,
                                                                             dealing with the arrangement, administration and organization of
poetry, drama, and the essay, with the aim of developing interpretive
                                                                             athletic programs. Emphasis is on coaching athletic teams: legal
reading and writing skills. Prerequisite: ENG* 101 with a grade of
                                                                             responsibilities, historical perspectives of sport, ethics of coaching,
“C” or better. 3 credits
                                                                             philosophy of coaching, sport psychology, sport pedagogy, sports
This course will be offered online and will be conducted entirely            medicine and safety. 3 credits
on the Internet. For further information, contact instructor Tanya
Millner-Harlee by email at tmillner-harlee@mcc.commnet.edu or in             This course meets the State of Connecticut coaching
the English Department at (860) 512-2671.                                    certification requirement.

Technical	Requirements: see page 19                                          HPE*	252:	Introduction	to	Physical	Education
                                                                             An introduction to the professional aspects of physical education.
                                                                             Includes the history, philosophy and foundation of the role of
             environmentAl science
                                                                             physical education in society today. Topics in the course will
EVS*	100:	Introduction	to	Environmental	Science                              involve the philosophical and scientific foundations of physical
An introduction to the problems of physical resources management             education and an examination of literature, scientific inquiry,
and aspects of ecological concern in our natural environment, with           exercise prescription, and career options available. 3 credits
emphasis on our demand for energy, the consumption of our natural
resources, resource pollution, and waste management. Alternate                                           history
sources of energy are explored. 3 credits
                                                                             HIS*	101:	Western	Civilization	I
                        geogrAphy                                            An examination of major themes in the development of Western
                                                                             Civilization from the earliest historical beginnings. Topics include:
GEO*	101:	Introduction	to	Geography                                          Ancient Middle East, Greece and Rome, Medieval and Renaissance
This course introduces some of the many topics geographers examine           Europe. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently
to explain the relationship between people and place. Topics include         taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
the physical earth, i.e., how mountains and lakes form, cultural
                                                                             HIS*	102:	Western	Civilization	II
patterns such as how languages in neighboring countries are related,
population analysis, like human migration trends, and economic               This course examines the history of Western Civilization from the
analysis including growth and decline of regions. Geographic                 Protestant Reformation to the Cold War. HIS* 101 and HIS* 102 need
factors that underlie current political, social and economic problems        not be taken in sequence. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093 or
will also be explored. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093 or             concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits                                      HIS*	201:	United	States	History	I
                                                                             The course represents a social, political, and economic survey of
                                                                             America beginning before the arrival of Columbus and continuing to
                                                                             1877 through an analysis of the transformation from Native American
                                                                             to Anglo-American society, from sectionalism to national unity, from
                                                                             westward expansion to urban development and an examination of the
                                                                             forces shaping American thinking and society. Other topics will feature
                                                                             race, ethnicity, women, and family issues. Prerequisite: eligibility for
                                                                             ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits




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                     history online                                            MAT*	095:	Elementary	Algebra	Foundations
                                                                               The course includes all of the basic properties and theorems of
HIS*	202:	United	States	History	II	(online)                                    the real number system required to solve linear, quadratic and
The course represents a social, political, and economic survey of the          selected rational equations. Linear systems, basic graphing, integer
United States from 1877 to the present through an analysis of the              exponents and selected literal equations are included. A TI-83+ or
growth of transportation, industrialization, urbanization, technology,         TI-84+ graphing calculator is required and fully integrated into the
and imperialism and an analysis of their effects in shaping American           course. Prerequisites: eligibility for ENG* 101 and “B-” or better in
thinking and society. The discussion will also feature women’s                 MAT* 075 or placement by mathematics assessment test. No credit
suffrage, civil rights, and ethnic and minority issues. Prerequisite:
eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits            MAT*	138:	Intermediate	Algebra:	A	Modeling	Approach
                                                                               A mathematical modeling course centered around the study of
This course will be conducted online via the Internet. Students                functions. Polynomial functions with special attention to linear,
are required to attend one session on Wednesday, May 21, 2008,                 quadratic and power functions; rational with attention to the
from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in LRC B220 to review course requirements                  reciprocal function; square root, absolute value, piecewise and
and learn essential WebCT Vista skills. Students are required to               exponential functions are studied. A TI-83+ or TI-84+ graphing
email Professor Guocun Yang at gyang@mcc.commnet.edu upon                      calculator is required and used throughout. Prerequisites: “C” or
registering for the course to receive course access information. For           better in MAT* 096 or MAT* 095, or placement by mathematics
further information, contact the instructor at the above email address         assessment test, “C” or better in ENG* 101 (recommended) or
or call (860) 512-2782.                                                        concurrent registration in ENG* 101. No credit if already completed
                                                                               MAT* 158 or any higher numbered math course. 3 credits
Technical	Requirements: see page 19
                                                                                         E
                                                                               MAT*	165:		 lementary	Statistics	with	
            hospitAlity mAnAgement                                                       Computer Applications
                                                                               An introduction to statistical theory and its applications. The use
HSP*	296:	Cooperative	Education/Work	Experience                                of statistics as a decision-making tool will be discussed. Topics
This course provides students the opportunity to apply classroom               include: data collection, organization and summarization, measures
theory in an actual work setting. Students may be placed in a variety          of central tendency and variation, counting techniques, introductory
of work settings as related to their program of study including                probability theory, discrete and continuous probability models,
corporations, institutions, restaurants, hotel and conference settings.        normal distribution theory, sampling distributions, confidence
Prerequisite: 12 completed credit hours in a Hospitality Careers               interval estimation and one sample hypothesis testing. A statistical
program. 3 credits.                                                            calculator is required and will be used throughout. Applications of
Please refer to the MCC College catalog for more information and               statistical techniques in a variety of disciplines will use the Minitab
general prerequisites for Cooperative Education/Work Experience.               Statistical Software Package. Prerequisites: “C” or better in MAT*
                                                                               138, or “C” or better in both MAT* 095 and MAT* 109, or “C” or
                       mAthemAtics                                             better in MAT* 096 and MAT* 109, “C” or better in ENG* 101. A
                                                                               student cannot receive credit for MAT* 165 if he/she has already
MAT*	075:	Prealgebra:	Number	Sense	&	Geometry                                  received credit for MATH 108. 4 credits
This course is designed to enhance the student’s mathematical literacy
so that he/she will be prepared to deal effectively with a variety             MAT*	186:	Precalculus
of practical problems. Topics include: interpretation and analysis             A detailed study of relations and functions, operations on functions,
of charts and graphs; geometry and measurements; estimation and                and their graphs. Characteristics of various families of functions,
reasonableness of answers, applications using ratios, proportions,             modeling and solving application problems are the main focus
percents and decimals; properties of the whole, integer, and rational          of the course. In particular, exponential, logarithmic and circular
numbers and operations on the real numbers; and solutions of equations.        functions along with polynomial, rational and selected algebraic
A review of the operations and fundamental concepts of arithmetic and          families will be developed. This course assumes that the student has
geometry will be imbedded in and connected to real world problem               had some exposure to geometry. A TI-83+ or TI-84+ or 86 graphing
situations. A TI-83+ graphing calculator is required. Prerequisites:           calculator is required and will be used throughout. Prerequisites: a
placement by mathematics assessment test and eligibility for                   grade of “C” or better in MAT* 138, or “C” or better in MAT* 155,
ENG* 093. No credit                                                            or placement by mathematics assessment test, and "C" or better in
                                                                               ENG* 101. 4 credits

                                                                                                             music
                                                                               MUS*	101:	Music	History	and	Appreciation	I
                                                                               A survey of western music from medieval times through the
                                                                               baroque period, with an introduction to the concept of sound,
                                                                               melody, rhythm, harmony, texture and form. Emphasis will be given
                                                                               to major developments in polyphonic music along with the rise of
                                                                               vocal and instrumental compositions. 3 credits

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                         philosophy                                                                     psychology
PHL*	101:	Introduction	to	Philosophy                                             PSY*	107:	Pathways	to	Personal	Growth
Development of personal views on the fundamental issues of human                 The purpose of this course is twofold: it is to help students develop a
existence: the nature of reality, the nature of the human person, knowing        deeper understanding of themselves, of others, and of human life in
and thinking, freedom, basis of morality, aesthetics, the philosophical          general and to promote change and personal growth. Students will be
basis of political systems, and God’s existence. 3 credits                       introduced to a number of psychological tools and principles and will
                                                                                 learn how to apply them to their own lives in such a way as to promote
PHL*	111:	Ethics	
                                                                                 understanding, insight, and change. In addition to this, students will
The fundamentals and principles of ethics: moral conscience, good
                                                                                 have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of others and
and evil, values, norms, ethical judgment, major ethical systems,
                                                                                 of their perspectives and ways of being. Prerequisite: eligibility for
punishment, religion and ethics. Contemporary problems with case
                                                                                 ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
studies; in particular, issues of environmental and bio-medical
ethics. 3 credits                                                                PSY*	111:	General	Psychology	I
                                                                                 The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the discipline
        physicAl therApist AssistAnt                                             of psychology and to the evolving body of knowledge that has
                                                                                 been produced by this discipline. It surveys basic topic areas within
PTA*	220:	Introduction	to	the	Physical	Therapy	Clinic	                           psychology including psychology’s history & scientific origins,
This course provides an orientation to the physical therapy clinic, and          the physiological correlates of experience and behavior, human
to the provision of physical therapy interventions. Students develop             development, learning, memory, thinking, intelligence, personality,
communication, intervention, and problem-solving techniques within               and motivation and emotion. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093
the physical therapy clinic. Prerequisites: PTA* 120 and PTA* 125                or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
with a grade of “C” or higher. 1 credit
                                                                                 PSY*	112:	General	Psychology	II
                                                                                 A study of research and measurement techniques in psychology;
                             physics                                             sensation, perception, abnormal patterns of behavior, major therapies,
PHY*	110:	Introductory	Physics                                                   altered states of consciousness, emotion and social psychology.
An introductory course in the physics of motion, heat, sound,                    Prerequisite: PSY* 111. 3 credits
electricity, magnetism, light, optics and the theory of the atom.                PSY*	201:	Life	Span	Development	
Intended for non-science majors. A process oriented laboratory                   A survey of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional changes as
approach emphasizing exploration and problem solving. This                       they are influenced by heredity and environment from conception to
course is intended for students who need only one semester of                    death. Prerequisite: PSY* 111. 3 credits
physics. Students with credit for high school physics should elect
PHY* 121 or PHY* 221. Scientific calculator required. Not open to                PSY*	203:	Child	Development
students who have taken a higher level physics course. Prerequisite:             An evaluation of current issues, theories, and research in the
MAT* 095 or math placement test. 4 credits                                       area of child development. This study of physical, cognitive and
                                                                                 socioemotional development includes: genetics, development of
                   politicAl science                                             self, language, play, learning, intelligence, personality and social
                                                                                 interactions from conception through age twelve. Emphasis is on
POL*	111:	American	Government                                                    normal development. Prerequisite: PSY* 111. 3 credits
A study of the American political system at the national level, with
                                                                                 PSY*	245:	Abnormal	Psychology
emphasis on political dynamics and public policy. Prerequisite:
                                                                                 The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the phenomenon
eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
                                                                                 of psychopathology and to the field of abnormal psychology which
POL*	112:	State	and	Local	Government                                             attempts to understand and treat it in its many forms. The course
The forms, functions, processes and problems of state and                        will provide students with a basic understanding of this field and
local government in the United States, with special emphasis                     survey a number of the more common psychological disorders that
on Connecticut state government. Prerequisite: eligibility for                   have been explored within it such as clinical depression, bipolar
ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits                              disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and
                                                                                 personality disorders. Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment will also
            politicAl science online                                             be addressed. Prerequisite: PSY* 111. 3 credits

POL*	111:	American	Government	(online)
A study of the American political system at the national level, with
emphasis on political dynamics and public policy. Prerequisite:
eligibility for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
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                 psychology online                                                                     sociAl science
PSY*	247/BMG*	210:	Industrial	and	Organizational	                                SSC*	110:	Health	and	Wellness	Principles
Psychology (online)                                                              A survey of contemporary health concepts and concerns that affect
A survey of the psychological factors that influence the individual              life style. Students will learn to apply these concepts by assessing
in the work setting. Includes employee attitudes, motivation, group              their own level of fitness. Topics include: disease in the United States,
dynamics, decision making, leadership, assessment and training as an             health models, fitness, nutrition, stress, drugs, alcohol, tobacco,
introduction to human resource management. Prerequisite: eligibility             alternative medicine and the concept of self care. 3 credits
for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
This course is conducted fully online and students must contact                                            sociology
instructor Theresa Janeczek at (860) 512-2626 or by email at
                                                                                 SOC*	100:	Community	Engagement
tjaneczek@mcc.commnet.edu to provide their email address as soon
                                                                                 This course provides students with an enhanced understanding
as they are registered. There will be a required orientation session on
                                                                                 of the local community and the diversity of groups within the
May 27 from 8-9:20 p.m. in LRC B220.
                                                                                 community. Students are required to perform structured community
Technical	Requirements: see page 19                                              service throughout the semester and to reflect and engage with
                                                                                 other students on the meaning of diversity and community. Through
                   respirAtory cAre                                              readings, critical reflection, group discussions and interactions, and
                                                                                 volunteer service, students will learn community leadership and civic
These courses are open only to students in the Respiratory Care Program.
                                                                                 engagement and discuss how communities might bridge differences
RSP*	181:	Clinical	Practicum	II                                                  among people.
Supervised clinical application of principles learned in the classroom.          Toward Service Learning, Community Leadership and Civic
Students will be scheduled for various clinical rotations at health care         Engagement, students in this three-week course will travel to New
facilities. Prerequisites: RSP* 131, RSP* 160, RSP* 180 and BIO*                 Orleans, Louisiana, for one week to work with Habitat Nola in the
212. 1 credit                                                                    aftermath of Katrina. Students will stay at Camp Hope, the Habitat
RSP*	260:	Advanced	Principles	of	Ventilator	Therapy                              residence, which will include three meals per day. There will be
                                                                                 additional costs for travel and room and board for this course which
A study of mechanical ventilators used in respiratory care with an
                                                                                 will be the responsibility of each student. The course cannot be taken
in-depth explanation of function and application. Indications, hazards
                                                                                 without the travel portion. Daily work at the Habitat site will run from
and complications of mechanical ventilation will be emphasized.
                                                                                 7:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. with the balance of each day involving cultural,
Prerequisite: RSP* 160. 3 credits
                                                                                 educational and recreational trips. Students must apply, interview
                                                                                 and be accepted into this course by Professor Lucy Anne Hurston. To
                      sign lAnguAge                                              find out more information and to obtain an application, please email
SGN*	101:	Sign	Language	I                                                        Professor Hurston at: lhurston@mcc.commnet.edu, or visit the Social
American Sign Language (ASL) is the sign language most deaf                      Science Division Office on the third floor of the Tower.
people use when communicating among themselves. This course                      SOC*	101:	Principles	of	Sociology
utilizes six-unit sequences. Students will learn grammatical features,           This course introduces students to the sociological study of human
vocabulary and conversational skills including expressive and                    society, culture, and social interaction. The course will examine a
receptive skills of ASL. In addition, students will learn the culture of         broad range of historical and contemporary social issues, including
the deaf community, the history of ASL and the relationship of ASL               socialization, social control and deviance, diversity and inequality,
to other forms of signing. 3 credits.                                            cooperation and conflict, social institutions and organizations, and
SGN*	102:	Sign	Language	II                                                       social change. The goal of the course is to provide students with
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language I. This course           the knowledge and ability to critically examine and understand the
utilizes six different unit sequences. Students will learn grammatical           social issues that impact their daily lives. This course may include a
features, vocabulary and conversational skills including expressive              service learning component. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093 or
and receptive skills of ASL. In addition, students will learn the culture        concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits
of the deaf community, the history of ASL and the relationship of ASL            SOC*	201:	Contemporary	Social	Issues
to other forms of signing. Prerequisite: SGN* 101. 3 credits.                    A detailed analysis of major social problems in American society.
                                                                                 Problems including population, ecology, poverty, race and ethnic
                                                                                 relations, urbanization, the role of the media, criminal activity, aging,
                                                                                 health, and housing will be evaluated. Emphasis is on American
                                                                                 society, but some international issues and situations will be examined.
                                                                                 Community awareness and involvement will be stressed as students
                                                                                 evaluate local issues as well. Prerequisite: SOC* 101. 3 credits




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SOC*	210:	Sociology	of	the	Family                                                                             spAnish
This course will explore the complexity and diversity of the
contemporary family and other intimate relationships. Topics for this            SPA*	111:	Elementary	Spanish	I
course include mate selection, gender roles, sexuality, communication,           An introduction to spoken and written Spanish. Emphasis is on basic
power and conflict, family violence, parenthood, work/family                     grammar and developing all four language skills (reading, writing,
interaction, and diverse family arrangements.Prerequisite: eligibility           listening and speaking) with an emphasis on Hispanic culture. No
for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits                          previous Spanish language experience required. Transfer college
                                                                                 may not award credit for this course if the student has already
                                                                                 completed two or more years of Spanish at the high school level.
                   sociology online
                                                                                 4 credits
SOC*	210:	Sociology	of	the	Family	(Online)                                       SPA*	112:	Elementary	Spanish	II
This course will explore the complexity and diversity of the                     A second semester course in which students develop all four
contemporary family and other intimate relationships. Topics for this            language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) while
course include mate selection, gender roles, sexuality, communication,           studying grammatical structures (preterite, imperfect, object
power and conflict, family violence, parenthood, work/family                     pronouns, reflexive verbs) that are more advanced than those
interaction, and diverse family arrangements. Prerequisite: eligibility          studied in the first semester Spanish course. Hispanic culture will be
for ENG* 093 or concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits                          studied. Prerequisite: SPA* 111, one year of high school Spanish, or
There will be no on-campus orientation for this course. Students                 permission of instructor. Transfer college may not award credit for
must email the instructor, Lucy Anne Hurston at lhurston@mcc.                    this course if the student has already completed two or more years
commnet.edu once they are registered for the class to receive special            of Spanish at the high school level. 4 credits
instructions.
All students must have an email address attached to their Banner ID                             surgicAl technology
accounts.
                                                                                 These courses are open only to students in the Surgical Technology Program.
Technical	Requirements: see right.
                                                                                 SUR*	201:	Seminar	in	Surgery	
SOC*	220:	Racial	&	Ethnic	Diversity	(online)                                     This course serves as a bridge between the preclinical and clinical
This course focuses on the interrelationship of institutionalized                phases of the program and emphasizes the total picture of the surgical
prejudice and discrimination and related aspects of diversity in society.        patient. Students learn about health care departments outside the
The experience of various ethnic and racial minorities in the United             operating room that are integral to diagnosis and treatment of surgical
States is investigated through the study of the origins and functions            conditions. Presentations by physicians and practitioners emphasize
of subordination in society. Prerequisite: eligibility for ENG* 093 or           surgical procedures and perioperative care of the patient. Prerequisite:
concurrently taking ENG* 066. 3 credits                                          successful completion of SUR* 102. 2 credits
There will be no on-campus orientation for this course. Students
                                                                                 SUR*	220:	Clinical	Experience	I
must email the instructor, Lucy Anne Hurston at lhurston@mcc.
commnet.edu once they are registered for the class to receive special
                                                                                 An introduction to clinical practice in general and specialty surgical
instructions.                                                                    procedures in the operating room and outpatient facilities. Emphasis
All students must have an email address attached to their Banner ID              is on applying skills learned in the pre-clinical courses to clinical
accounts.                                                                        practice including experiences in basic operating room procedures
                                                                                 and minor surgery. Prerequisite: successful completion of SUR* 102.
Technical	Requirements: see right.                                               2 credits




                                                                                                     Technical Requirements
                                                                                                       for Online Courses
                                                                                              Students will need access to an Internet connection
                                                                                   (via cable modem or DSL; if you use a 56K modem connection,
                                                                                   you may experience degraded performance depending on the
                                                                                   amount of multimedia material used in your class), a web
                                                                                   browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla or Safari; you
                                                                                   can check your browser compatibility by going to http://vista.
                                                                                   ctdlc.org and selecting Check Browser) and a word processor
                                                                                   (Microsoft Word). Students must have an active email account
                                                                                   and be familiar with sending and receiving email.



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                                                                                                                                Directions & Maps
                                                                                                                                                                  mcc: manchester community college
                      291                                      exit 59

                                                                                                                               From	Hartford: From I-84 Eastbound, take exit 59 to I-384. Immediately take exit 1.
                                                          84                                         N                         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.
                                                           Town of                                                             From	Boston: Take I-84 Westbound. Take exit 59 onto I-384. Immediately take exit
            exit 59                                       Manchester                                                           1. Turn left onto Spencer St. (eastbound). Turn right onto Hillstown Road. Take first
                      384
  84
                                                                                                                               left onto Great Path and proceed to stop sign. Take a right onto Founders Drive South
                       exit 1                                        Spencer St
                                                                                                                               to Lot C or a left onto Founders Drive North to Lot B.
                                  exit 1
                                                                                                                               From	Bolton: (I-384 westbound): Take I-384 westbound. Take exit 1. Turn right at
                                                                                                       384
                                                                             MCC                                               the light onto Spencer St. eastbound. Turn right onto Hillstown Road. Take first left
                                           Hillstown Rd




           EAST HARTFORD
                                                           Great
                                                                            Campus                                             onto Great Path and proceed to stop sign. Take a right onto Founders Drive South to
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                                                                                                                               Lot C or a left onto Founders Drive North to Lot B.
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                                                                                                                               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 South to Lot C or a left onto Founders Drive North to Lot B.


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                         See codes on page 23




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General Information (860) 512-2800               21      Registration Information (860) 512-3220
               Admissions Office Hours
                    lowe Building, Room l156
                                                                                 See MCC Degree and Certificate
   Monday, Wednesday, Thursday........... 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.                      Program Codes on page 23
   Tuesday .......................................... 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
   Friday ............................................. 8:30 a.m.-noon
   Saturday ......................................... closed

   For more information regarding admission to MCC,
   please call the Admissions Office at (860) 512-3210 or
                    FAX (860) 512-3221.
               Please call for holiday closings.


Summer Credit Catalog 2008                                                  22                      www.mcc.commnet.edu
                              mCC degree and Certificate Program Codes
Codes assoCiaTe degree Programs                   B11BA43   Hotel-Tourism Management                B13BK09   Computer Programming
B11BA07 Accounting, Career                        B12BB68   Liberal Arts and Science, A.A.                    Technology
B11BA05 Accounting & Business                     B12BB53      – Music Option                       B13BJ75   Criminal Justice
        Administration, Transfer                  B11BB68   Liberal Arts and Science, A.S.          B13BJ77   Culinary Arts
B11BA04   – Management Information                B11BB71   Manufacturing Engineering Technology    B13BJ83   Desktop Publishing
             Systems Transfer Option              B11BB72   Marketing                               B13BJ86   Disability Specialist
B11BB80 BOT, Business Office Technology           B12BA52   Multimedia Studies                      B13BJ01   Food Store
B11BA46   – Administrative Assistant, Medical     B11BB85   Occupational Therapy Assistant          B13BJ55   Forensic Science
B11BA44   – Administrative Assistant, Office      B11BA47   Paralegal                               B13BJ08   Gerontology
B11BA45   – Administrative Assistant, Legal       B11BB86   Physical Therapist Assistant            B13BK55   Health Career Pathway
B11BA67 Business Administration, Career           B11BB88   Respiratory Care                        B13BJ02   Hotel-Tourism
B11BA53 Communication                             B11BA51   Social Service                          B13BJ15   Management of Substance Abuse
B11BA54   – Journalism                            B11BB95   Sport and Exercise Studies                        Treatment Facilities
B11BC08 Computer Engineering Technology           B11BB96   Surgical Technology                     B13BJ13   Marketing
B11BC09 Computer Network Technology               B11BB97   Technological Studies                   B13BJ14   Media Technology
B11BC10 Computer Programming Technology           B11BC06   Therapeutic Recreation                  B13BK02   Medical Insurance Specialist
B11BC11 Computer Science                          B12BA40   Visual Fine Arts                        B13BJ50   Medical Transcription
B11BC12 Computer Technology                                                                         B13BJ93   Office Support Specialist
B11BB03 Criminal Justice                          Codes     CerTiFiCaTe Programs                              (Clerk Typist)
B11BB06 Disability Specialist                     B13BJ05   Accounting                              B13BJ53   Paralegal
B11BF01 Drug/Alcohol Recovery Counselor           B13BK03   Child Development Associate             B13BJ07   Personal Financial Planning
B11BA06 Early Childhood Education                 B13BK11   Computer–Aided Design                   B13BK12   Pre-Service Correction
B11BA50 Engineering Science                       B13BK10   Computer Maintenance Technology         B13BK04   Professional Baker
B11BB17 Foodservice Management                    B13BK07   Computer Network Technology             B13BK05   Professional Cook
B11BB24 General Studies                           B13BK08   Computer Operating Systems              B13BJ51   Public Relations
B11BB27 Graphic Design                                      Technology                              B13BJ35   Social Service
B11BA48   – Multimedia Option                                                                       B13BJ38   Taxation
                                                                                                    B13BJ39   Therapeutic Recreation




                Assessment Test Information
                        Assessment Tests and Course Prerequisites
  English and math assessment tests are a prerequisite for MCC students enrolling in “for credit” courses. Students
  matriculated at other colleges and attending MCC’s summer session are required to take assessment tests unless they
  have completed coursework at another institution that meets MCC prerequisites, or otherwise meet the criteria for a
  waiver. Summer students who believe they qualify for a waiver of the English and/or math assessment test should submit
  the Assessment Testing Exemption Request Form on page 24 with their registration form. Note: certain courses have
  specific prerequisites, i.e., PSY* 201, requires successful completion of PSY* 111 or equivalent.

                                         For more information about the test,
                                       call theTesting Center at (860) 512-3304.

                                                Summer Student Testing
      Students must have applied to the college prior to taking the assessment test and must bring their Banner Student
      I.D. number and Photo I.D. to the test. For test dates, please go to the MCC website at www.mcc.commnet.edu
      and look up Assessment Testing to make a test appointment. For more information about the test, call the Testing
      Center at (860) 512-3304.



General Information (860) 512-2800                               23                                Registration Information (860) 512-3220
              Assessment Testing Exemption Request
     For more information about the test, check out our website at www.mcc.commnet.edu or call the Testing Center at (860) 512-3304.


                                              OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS
                     P.O. Box	1046	•	Manchester, CT 06045-1046 Fax (860) 512-3221/Phone (860) 512-3210
Please complete the following form and submit it to the Office of Admissions with all necessary documentation. An admissions
staff member will review your request and determine if you meet the requirements for exemption. Please be advised that if you
are exempt from taking the assessment test, we strongly recommend that you see an academic advisor for assistance with course
selection. Please note: This exemption does not override prerequisites

 Name ________________________________________________ Banner ID # @ ____________________________
 S.S. # ________________________________________________ Phone # __________________________________
 Mailing Address__________________________________________________________________________________
 ■ New Student (never attended MCC)               ■ Returning Student         ■ Transfer Student
 Exemption	requested	for:                         ■ Mathematics               ■ English
 Reasons	for	Exemption:	(Please	check	one	of	the	following):
  ■ I have achieved a score of 500 or above on the Verbal/Critical Reading portion of the SAT exam and I am eligible to take
    Composition (ENG* 101). (Attach a copy of the score report or high school transcript.)
  ■ I have achieved a score of 500 or above on the Math portion of the SAT exam and I am eligible to take Intermediate Algebra
    (MAT* 138). (Attach a copy of the score report or high school transcript.) For higher level Math courses, you must take
    the assessment test.
	 ■ I have completed coursework in a college-level English and/or Math course with a grade of “C” or better at the following
    college/university: _____________________________________________________________________________________
    (Attach a copy of the unofficial transcript.)
  ■ I have taken the Accuplacer English and/or Math Assessment Test at another Connecticut Community College
    Name of college: ______________________________________________________________________________
    (Please see testing coordinator for verification and interpretation.)
  ■ I have taken the English and/or Math Assessment Test at another College and University
    Name of college: ______________________________________________________________________________
    (Test results must be given to the testing coordinator for verification and interpretation.)
  ■ I am 62 or older.
  I understand that exemption is granted after verification and institutional review.


Student Signature _______________________________________________________ Date ______________________________
                                                       for office use only
Semester:      x
               ■ Summer 2008
Exempt         ■ English and Math              ■ English Only                     ■ Math Only
               ■ Transcript/appropriate documentation is attached
Not Exempt:    ■ Does not meet standards       ■ Lacks documentation

Signature: ___________________________________________________________ Date: ________________________________
Copy sent to student:          ■ No     ■ Yes          Date sent ________________________           Initials______________________




Summer Credit Catalog 2008                                        24                                             www.mcc.commnet.edu
                                                     General Information
                              AuDiT                                                     WiTHDRAWAL FROM COuRSES
 This status allows students to participate in class activities without        A student who withdraws from any credit extension summer school
 being required to meet the examination requirements of the course.            course(s) must obtain a withdrawal form from the Registrar’s office
 A student who wishes to change from credit to audit status must               and return the completed form to the Registrar’s office. Grades
 request this form from the Registrar’s office within the first two            for courses from which a student withdraws during the allowable
 weeks of a summer school course. Full tuition and fees are charged            withdrawal period (see chart below) will be recorded as “W”
 for courses audited.                                                          at the end of the session. After the allowable withdrawal period,
   Financial Aid does not cover audited classes.                               instructors will record a “W”, an “F”, or other grades as appropriate
                                                                               for students who discontinue regular class attendance.




   important Dates                              Last Day to Drop                        Last Day to use                     Last Day to
  for Summer Credit                          Classes and Receive a                       Audit Option                        Withdraw
                                             Refund of Tuition Only                                                    from Classes without
       Students                                                                                                          Academic Penalty

 College by Design                                 Thursday, May 8                      Saturday, May 17                   Saturday, May 31
 May 9-June 14

 3-Week Morning                                     Friday, May 23                         Friday, June 6                     Friday, June 6
 May 27-June 13                                      (by 12 noon)

 6-Week Day/Evening &                          For Tuesday start classes:                  Friday, June 6                    Friday, June 20
 intensive Program                           Friday, May 23 (by 12 noon)
 Session i: May 27-July 3                    For Wednesday start classes:
                                                   Tuesday, May 27

 8-Week Day/Evening                           For Monday start classes:                   Friday, June 20                    Friday, July 18
 June 9-July 31                              Friday, June 6 (by 12 noon)
                                              For Tuesday start classes:
                                                   Monday, June 9

 College by Design                                Thursday, June 19                     Saturday, June 28                   Saturday, July 19
 June 20-August 2

 6-Week Day/Evening                            For Monday start classes:                  Monday, July 7                     Friday, July 18
 June 23-July 31                             Friday, June 20 (by 12 noon)
                                               For Tuesday start classes:
                                                   Monday, June 23

 6-Week Day/Evening &                         For Monday start classes:                   Friday, July 18                   Friday, August 1
 intensive Program                          Thursday, July 3 (by 12 noon)
 Session ii: July 7-August 14                 For Tuesday start classes:
                                                   Monday, July 7

 Online, By Arrangement,                     See refund policy on page 4             See audit policy above                  See withdrawal
 Work Experience &                                                                                                            policy above
 Special Session Courses




General Information (860) 512-2800                                        25                           Registration Information (860) 512-3220
          Registration Information
   4 Ways to Apply and Register for Credit Extension Courses
1. By Mail                                                                       4. Web Registration
Registrations must be received at least five business days                       Returning students may register online using a MasterCard or Visa.
prior to the start of the requested course.                                      If you are a returning student and know your NetID and/or Banner
If applicable, complete the MCC Application for Admission for                    ID*, here’s	how	to	register	online:
new students on pages 21-22. Complete the Credit Extension Course                Login:
Registration Form on page 27. If you have never registered at MCC,               	 •	 Go	to	http://my.commnet.edu	
please complete the entire form. Full payment must accompany each                     E
                                                                                 	 •	 	 nter	your	NetID	and	PIN	
registration. Refer to fee schedule on page 3. Send your registration and             (See “New NetID Users” information below)
payment to:                                                                      	 •	 Click	on		STUDENT	TAB	
                                                                                      C
                                                                                 	 •	 	 lick	on	the	“Student	Self	Service”	
   Registration Services, MS #13                                                      channel Registering:
   Manchester Community College                                                       I
                                                                                 	 •	 	 f	prompted,	select	Manchester	Community	College	
   Great Path                                                                         from the list of colleges
   P.O. Box 1046                                                                 	 •	 Click	on	“Registration		and	Payment”
   Manchester, CT 06045-1046                                                     	 •	 Click	on	“Register	(add/drop)	classes”
                                                                                      G
                                                                                 	 •	 	 o	to	Schedule	Term	to	select	the	correct	semester/year,	
Please mail in the entire registration page!                                          then submit
                                                                                 	 •	 Follow	instructions	in	step	1	and	2**
                                                                                      C
                                                                                 	 •	 	 lick	on	“View	Schedule”	at	the	bottom	of	the	page	to	
	2.	By	Fax:	(860)	512-3221
                                                                                      confirm registration
If applicable, complete the MCC Application for Admission for                    	 •	 Follow	the	prompts	to	initiate	payment
new students on pages 21-22. Complete the Credit Extension Course
                                                                                 * Banner ID numbers will be mailed (upon request) to returning
Registration Form on page 27, using Visa or MasterCard only. Please
                                                                                    students and cannot be given out over the phone.
complete the entire form.
                                                                                 ** Please choose your course(s) in advance and have the correct
                                                                                    CRN number(s) handy when you register online. Please call
3. In-Person                                                                        (860) 512-3220 for more information about Web registration.
If applicable, complete the MCC Application for Admission for
new students on pages 21-22. Complete the Credit Extension Course
Registration Form on page 27, using Visa or MasterCard only, if paying                                     New NetID Users
by credit card. Please complete the entire form.                                    •	    Your	NetID	is	your	Banner	ID	with	the	“@”	symbol	in	
Fees are payable in full at time of registration and must be paid at                      a different position (i.e. a student with a Banner ID of
the Cashiers Office in the Lowe Building, after registering for your                      @87654321, will have the following
course. Register in the Lowe Building at the Registrar’s Office.                          NetID: 87654321@student.commnet.edu
                                                                                    •	    Your	initial	password	is	made	up	of	the	following	personal	
                                                                                          information:
                                                                                                 1. The first three characters of your birth month (with
            Make checks or money orders                                                          first letter capitalized)
                payable to “MCC”                                                                 2. The “&” symbol
                                                                                                 3. The last four digits of your Social Security Number
                                                                                           Example: a user whose birthday is in October and whose
                                                                                           social security number ends in 6789, the initial password
                                                                                           would be Oct&6789
                                                                                    •	    	You	will	then	be	prompted	to	change	your	password
                    Registration Hours
                   lowe Building, Room l157
         Monday.....................8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
         Tuesday ....................8:30 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                   Cashiers Office Hours
                                                                                                          lowe Building, l165
         Wednesday ...............8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.                               Monday, Wednesday, Thursday........... 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
         Thursday ...................8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.                            Tuesday .......................................... 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
         Friday .......................8:30 a.m.-noon                                Friday ............................................. 8:30 a.m.-noon
         Saturday ....................9 a.m.-noon                                    Saturday ......................................... closed
          For more information, call (860) 512-3220.                                       For more information, call (860) 512-3638.
                Please call for holiday closings.                                                    Please call for holiday closings.

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     credit extension course registration form
           print clearly in ink. register one person per form. photocopy form as needed.
                                   Attention Students: be sure to read the
                        Credit Extension refund policy on page 4 before you register!

    new stuDents must fill out An mcc ApplicAtion for ADmission
                                                    on pages 21-22

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Applicant’s Name    (last)                  (first)          (middle)                       Previous Name (if any)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Social Security # (for Student I.D.)                    Banner ID#                                   Date of Birth

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Home Address (number and street, city/town, state, zip)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Telephone Number(s) (Home)                       (Business)                           Email address


      Crn#           Course TiTle             day(s)/Time           sTarT daTe        # oF CrediTs
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________


I hereby authorize the use of my   MasterCard ■   Visa ■
                                                                                                    Total Fees: ____________________
                                                                                                  (include any applicable lab or studio fees)
Credit Card # __________________________________________

Cardholder name (print) _________________________________          new student application Fee: _____________________________
                                                                     ($20 application fee must be paid by a separate check made payable to "MCC")

Cardholder signature ____________________________________

Relationship to student __________________________________

Cardholder address _____________________________________
                                                                            student signature                                        date
_____________________________________________________                If enrolled, I pledge myself to comply, in good faith, with all
                                                                     the rules and regulations of the College. I realize that any
Cardholder phone ________________ Exp. date (mo/yr) ______           misleading information given by me on this application may be
                                                                     cause for dismissal. I acknowledge that I have read the credit
                                                                     extension refund policies.


 office use only                      Regis.               Special                     Receipt #                                    Date




                            Attention Students: be sure to read the Credit Extension
                                  refund policy on page 4 before you register!


General Information (860) 512-2800                            27                                Registration Information (860) 512-3220
Register for Summer Credit Courses by mail, fax, online,
 or in person beginning Wednesday, March 19, 2008.




                                                                             	

                                                                                 	

                                                                                     	
                                                 Manchester,	CT	06045-1046
                                                 P.O.	Box	1046
                                                 Great	Path,	MS	#16
                                                 Continuing	Education	Division
   FinanCial aid
    iS available
           for
                              FIRST CLASS MAIL




  Summer Credit Classes
    that begin before
      June 30, 2008

				
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