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        SPRING 2011




                SCHEDULE BOOK for
             CREDIT COURSES
   Help Lives on the Line in a High-Demand Field
   Through Capital’s Fire Science & EMS Program!




Capital Community College’s Fire Science &
EMS Program stands out from the pack!
Faculty are well-respected fire service professionals and health
care clinicians with experience in all phases of emergency service
and a deep commitment to the learning needs of their students.




Strong relationships with area fire services, hospitals,
and pre-hospital emergency services, provide
students with numerous opportunities to apply
theory learned in the classroom to the clinical setting.
Affordable and flexible, with day and evening classes,
Capital’s Fire Science & EMS Program will put you on
the path to a rewarding career, one with consistent
employment prospects!
To find out more, call (860) 906-5000 ext. 6437
or e-mail dtauber@ccc.commnet.edu
                                            Your First Stop into Capital
                                            The WelCome CenTer
Whether you are right out of high school, looking to improve
your skills in an existing career, or just seeking personal
enrichment, the Welcome Center is your first stop at Capital
Community College (CCC). Our one-on-one, pre-college
advising will assist you with your admissions application and
provide you with information about financial aid, placement
testing, registration, academic programs, college resources,
student orientation and tours.
              Visit Us! E-mail Us! Call Us!
                 Located on the 2nd Floor @ CCC
       Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
    Tuesday, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm • Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
                                                                                                                Applications are available in the Welcome
             ca-welcomecenter@ccc.commnet.edu
                                                                                                                  Center or on the college website at
                         860-906-5077                                                                               www.ccc.commnet.edu/apply




                                                                    – Where to Look –
Fire Science & EMS Program . . . . . . . . . . .Inside front cover                                    Spring 2011 Course Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-26
Spring 2011 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2            Online Learning / Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-29
Numbers to Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2       Learning Communities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Programs Offered at Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3                 A Student’s Story — Cesar Delgado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
New Student Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4                 The Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
We’re Affordable – Costs for Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5                          Capital’s Continuing Education, Economic
Fees/Payment Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5             and Community Development Division . . . . . . . . . . . .33

Tuition & Fee Installment Plan / Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . 6                                  SOUL Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34

Admission & Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7–8                    Veteran’s Drop-In Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34

Registration for Vets, Special Needs Students, Seniors . . 8                                          Capital Community College Mission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34

Placement Testing and ESL Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9                         Library Text Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34

Tax Credits / Financial Aid / Emergency Closings . . . . . .10                                        Join the Alumni Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Getting Here & Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11                Honors Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
¿Por qué Capital Community College? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12                                 Legislative Internship at the State Capitol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37



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              Numbers to Call                                                                                                 Spring 2011
 Emergency / Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5075                       Wednesday, January 19      Semester Begins
      or . . . . . . . . . . . . .** on any Capital Community College phone                               Thursday, January 20       Last Day for a Full-Tuition Refund
 Main College Number. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5000                      Friday, January 21         Classes Begin
 Toll-Free Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-800-894-6126                                              First Day for Partial-Tuition Refund
 Academic Media Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5030                           Thursday, January 27       Last Day to Add a Class
 Academic Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5040                   Thursday, February 3       Last Day to Drop a Class
                                                                                                                                     Last Day for Partial-Tuition Refund
 Academic Success Center / Tutoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5200
                                                                                                          Friday, February 4         Automatic Withdrawal begins
 Admissions / Enrollment Services / Registrar . . . . . . 860-906-5140
 Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-6435         Friday, February 11        Lincoln’s Birthday – College Open,
                                                                                                                                     Classes held
 Black & Latino Male Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5152
                                                                                                          Thursday, February 17      Last Day to Change to / from Audit Status
 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     860-525-5956
                                                                                                          Monday, February 21        Washington’s Birthday – College Closed
 Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       860-906-5108
                                                                                                          Monday, March 14           Spring Recess Begins – 7:00 AM
 Cashier / Bursar’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             860-906-5061
                                                                                                          Monday, March 21           Spring Recess Ends – 7:00 AM
 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              860-906-5130
                                                                                                          Thursday, March 24         Last Day for Automatic Withdrawal
 Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      860-906-5040
                                                                                                          Friday, March 25           Withdrawal with Permission
 Disabilities Counselor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            860-906-5042                                  of Instructor Begins
 Early Childhood Lab School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  860-906-5237
                                                                                                          Thursday, April 7          Last Day to Resolve Incompletes
 English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) . . . . . . . . . . . .                            860-906-5203                                  from Previous Semester
 Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       860-906-5090       Friday, April 8            System-wide Faculty Professional Day
 Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             860-906-5001       Friday, April 22           Good Friday – College Closed
 Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   860-906-5020       Saturday, April 23         College Closed
 New Students / Welcome Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         860-906-5077       Monday, May 9              Last Day of Classes / Last Day to Withdraw
 Nursing / Health Careers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                860-906-5150                                  with Permission of Instructor
 Placement Testing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            860-906-5089       Tuesday, May 10            Final Exams Begin
 Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          860-906-5086       Monday, May 16             Final Exams End
 Transcript Requests. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            860-906-5140       Wednesday, May 18          Final Grades Due
 Veterans Drop In Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               860-906-5044       Thursday, May 26           Commencement / Semester Ends




Finding the Course Schedule Online                                                                                         Capital Community College
1.	Go to:		http://my.commnet.edu                                                                                                 950 Main Street
2.	Select: Search	for	Courses	under	Other	Public	Resources                                                                 Hartford, Connecticut 06103
3.	Select Term: Spring	2011                                                                                           860-906-5000 • www.ccc.commnet.edu
4.	Select College:		Capital	CC
5.	Select: Open	or	Closed	courses, or	All                                                                                   Spring Credit Classes Begin
6.	Select Level: 	Credit                                                                                                       on Friday, January 21
7.	Select Subject:		All	or	specific	course	subject                                                                        Winter Intersession Dates:
8.	Click: 	Get	Courses                                                                                               December 28, 2010 – January 18, 2011

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                                     Programs Offered at Capital
➤ DeGReeS                                                                                ➣ CeRtifiCAteS
Associate	in	Arts                                                                        Accounting: Basic
Liberal Arts and Sciences                                                                Accounting: Advanced
                                                                                         Business Office Technology: Computer Applications Specialist
Associate	in	Science
                                                                                         Business Office Technology: Health Claims Processing
Accounting
                                                                                         Computer and Information Systems:
Architectural Engineering Technology
                                                                                              Network Administrator Assistant
Business Office Technology: Computer Applications Specialist
                                                                                         Computer and Information Systems: Web Publishing
Communication Media
                                                                                         Computer Hardware Support Specialist
Computer and Information Systems (CIS)
Computer and Information Systems: Network Administrator Assistant Option                 Computer Software Support Specialist
Computer and Information Systems: Web Publishing Option                                  Computer Programming
Computer Support Specialist                                                              Early Childhood Education
Computer Support Specialist: Hardware Support Option                                     Emergency Medical Services–Instructor
Criminal Justice                                                                         Emergency Medical Technician–Emergency Management Response
Early Childhood Education                                                                Emergency Medical Technician–Paramedic
Fire Science and EMS                                                                     Fire Science and EMS: Emergency Management Response
Fire Science and EMS: Emergency Management Response Option                               Gerontology
General Studies                                                                          Health Science
Insurance and Financial Services                                                         Labor Studies
Management                                                                               Library Technical Assistant
Management: Entrepreneurship Option                                                      Management
Medical Assisting                                                                        Management – Entrepreneurship
Medical Assisting: Insurance Option                                                      Medical Assisting
Music Industry                                                                           Mental Health Assistant
Nursing (Selective Admission) †                                                          Social Services Aide
Paramedic Studies (Selective Admission) †                                                Studio Art: Printmaking
Paramedic Studies: Emergency Management                                                  Visual Communication
  Response Option (Selective Admission) †
Paramedic Studies: Emergency Medical Services -
  Instructor Option (Selective Admission) †
Radiologic Technology (Selective Admission) †
Social Services
Social Services: Community Change Studies Option
Social Services: Gerontology Option                                                      † Call 860-906-5140 for details on
Social Service:s Library Technical Assistant Option                                       Selective Admission Programs
Social Services: Mental Health Option

➤ Online	DeGReeS                                                                         ➣ Online	CeRtifiCAteS
Computer and Information Systems: Web Publishing Option                                  Computer and Information Systems: Web Publishing Option
Computer Support Specialist                                                              Computer Software Support Specialist

➤ SyStem	DeGReeS                                                                         ➣ SyStem	CeRtifiCAteS
College of Technology*: Technology Studies and Pathway to                                Wastewater
  Industrial Technology at CCSU                                                          Wastewater: Advanced
College of Technology*: Technology Studies – Engineering Technology Option
                                                                                         System Degree and Certificate Programs are available at Capital
College of Technology*: Technology Studies – Wastewater Option
                                                                                         and any of the colleges that are part of the Connecticut Community
Physical Therapist Assistant
                                                                                         College System.
* Through the College of Technology, individuals can begin studies at Capital Community College and transfer directly to the School of
  Engineering at University of Connecticut, the School of Technology at Central Connecticut State University, or Charter Oak College.
  For more information, contact Karen Wosczyna-Birch at 860-244-7608.


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               New Student Orientation
                    Spring 2011
                    All New Students Are Expected to Attend!

                      Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2011
                 10:00 am – 2:00 pm OR 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

                     To reserve your seat call 860-906-5077




About thiS SCheDule booK — While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided in this
Schedule Book, Capital Community College reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice. The College provides
schedule information solely for the convenience of the student and, to the extent permissible by law, expressly disclaims any liability         @ Capital magazine is published twice a year by
that may otherwise be incurred. The Schedule Book cannot be considered as an agreement or contract between individual students                  the Public Relations & Advancement departments of
and the College or its administration. The Schedule Book contains academic and general information as well as statements of policy
currently in effect.                                                                                                                            Capital Community College. Its mission is to announce
                                                                                                                                                each semester’s class schedules and report news from
                                     Nondiscriminatory Policy                                                                                   the college community. Please address any comments
The Community-Technical College System of the State of Connecticut will not discriminate against any person on the grounds of                   to Jane Bronfman, Director of Marketing and Public
race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, marital status, genetic          Relations, jbronfman@ccc.commnet.edu or
information, mental retardation, sexual orientation, learning disability or physical disability, including, but not limited to, blindness, or   860-906-5103.
prior conviction of crime, unless the provisions of Section 46a-60 (b), 46a-80(b) or 46a-81 (b) of the Connecticut General Statutes are
controlling, or there is a bona fide occupational qualification excluding persons in one of the above protected groups. With respect to the     President – Wilfredo Nieves
foregoing, discrimination on the basis of sex shall include sexual harassment as defined in section 46a-60(8) of the Connecticut General        Editor – Jane Bronfman
Statutes. Although it is recognized that there are bona fide occupational qualifications which provide for exception from employment
                                                                                                                                                Photography – Duncan Somerville, Kevin Mihaly
prohibitions, it is understood that these exceptions are to be applied pursuant to Section 46a-68-33 of the administrative regulations.
Further, the system will not discriminate against any person on the grounds of political beliefs or veteran status. Inquiries regarding this    Production – Mary Crombie
policy should be directed to Rubin Fisher at 860-906-5007.

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                  Payment Policy
Make payments at the College on the day you register. Payment
                                                                                             We’re Affordable!
may be made by cash, check, MasterCard, Visa or Discover.                                   Costs	for	Credit	–	General	fund	Courses
Check or money order should be made payable to “CCC.” Students
                                                                                                —	All	tuitiOn	&	feeS	ARe	SubjeCt	tO	ChAnGe	—
owing the College money, library books or fines will not be
allowed to register until all debts are settled. Registration is not                                        COnneCtiCut	StAte	ReSiDentS
final until payment is made in full or other satisfactory payment                   	               Sem.	            	          SeRviCe	       ACtivity	
arrangements have been made. Any student paying with a                              	               hRS.	        tuitiOn	         fee	           fee*	          tOtAl
check that is not honored by a banking institution will be subject                                     1         $126.00         $60.00          $17.50   $203.50
to being deregistered and will be obligated to pay a returned                                          2         $252.00         $65.00          $17.50   $334.50
check fee of $25. The student will be given ten calendar days to                                       3         $378.00         $70.00          $17.50   $465.50
make restitution with cash or a bank money order. If payment
                                                                                                       4         $504.00         $75.00          $17.50   $596.50
is not received within ten calendar days, the student will be
deregistered and not permitted to return to class.                                                     5         $630.00         $88.00          $17.50   $735.50
                                                                                                       6         $756.00        $102.00          $17.50   $875.50
                    Final Payment                                                                      7
                                                                                                       8
                                                                                                                 $882.00
                                                                                                              $1,008.00
                                                                                                                                $115.00
                                                                                                                                $128.00
                                                                                                                                                 $17.50 $1,014.50
                                                                                                                                                 $17.50 $1,153.50
Returning students who pre-register for the Spring 2011
                                                                                                       9      $1,134.00         $141.00          $17.50 $1,292.50
semester must pay all Tuition and Fees by December 10, 2010.
Students not paying all tuition and fees by this date may be                                          10      $1,260.00         $155.00          $17.50 $1,432.50
“deregistered” (removed from the registration list).                                                  11      $1,386.00         $168.00          $17.50 $1,571.50
                                                                                                      12+* $1,512.00            $181.00          $22.50 $1,715.50
                                                                                             (Full-time Students)
                                                                                        Out-Of-StAte	nOn-ReSiDentS	tuitiOn	AnD	feeS		(Sample	Only)
                                                                                    	               Sem.	            	          SeRviCe	       ACtivity	
                                                                                    	               hRS.	        tuitiOn	         fee	           fee*	          tOtAl
                                                                                                       3       $1,134.00        $210.00          $17.50      $1,361.50
                 Additional Fees                                                                       6       $2,268.00
                                                                                                      12+* $4,536.00
                                                                                                                                $306.00
                                                                                                                                $543.00
                                                                                                                                                 $17.50
                                                                                                                                                 $22.50
                                                                                                                                                             $2,591.50
                                                                                                                                                             $5,101.50
 Laboratory fee, per course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 76.00                    (Full-time Students)
 Studio fee, per course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82.00     * An additional flat tuition charge of $100.00 per semester shall apply when
 Laboratory and studio fees are refundable similar to                                 total registered credits exceed 17 for the semester.
 tuition, 100% before the first day of classes,                                     APPLICATION FEE: New students must complete an admissions application and
 and 50% during the add/drop period.                                                pay a one-time, non-refundable, $20 application fee.
                                                                                    ONLINE LEARNING STUDENTS are exempt from the Student Activity Fee and are
 Clinical Program Level I per semester . . . . . . . . . .261.00                    charged General Fund rates.
 Clinical Program Level II per semester . . . . . . . . . .187.00                   INSTALLMENT PLANS are available if you are taking six or more credits, for an
                                                                                    additional $25 charge. See page 9.
 Program Enrollment Fee - special student . . . . . . . 20.00
 Replacement of lost ID card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00         Costs	for	Continuing	education	Credit-extension	fund	Courses
 Academic Evaluation Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.00                              COnneCtiCut	StAte	ReSiDentS
                                                                                                Non-residents: Contact Business Office at 860-906-5061
 Portfolio Assessment Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50.00
                                                                                    	               Sem.	            	          SeRviCe	       ACtivity	
 Installment Payment Plan Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.00             	               hRS.	        tuitiOn	         fee	           fee*	          tOtAl

 Late Payment Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.00                     3          $405.00         $70.00          $17.50        $492.50
                                                                                                      6          $810.00        $102.00          $17.50        $929.50
 Returned Check Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.00     nOte:		The Activity Fee is not charged for Winter Intersession, Summer Sessions,
 Replacement of Parking Pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.00                   and Off-Campus courses.



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                     Tuition & Fee Installment Plan Agreement
Beginning December 10, 2010, students must either Pay in Full or                              Students	who	advance	register and pay fees only at that time
enter into a Payment Plan Agreement. To utilize the installment plan                          may opt for the tuition installment plan, if they request so by the final
students must be registered for six or more credits, or for an Extension                      tuition payment date, December 10, 2010. These students will be
Course costing a total of at least $690. The initial payment will include                     required to pay one-third tuition at that time and the $25 plan charge.
all fees, twenty-five dollar ($25) installment plan fee, and one-third                        first	semester	international	students will not be eligible for
of student’s total tuition or Extension Course Fee. See schedule below.                       this plan. Continuing international students will be eligible after the
                                                                                              successful completion of their first semester. The Foreign Student
      INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS SPRING 2011                                                        Advisor must approve all International students for eligibility.
	      	             Due	               Due	            Due	
	   Credits	     Dec.	10,	‘10*	      feb.	11,	’11	   mar.	11,	’11	      total                 Refunds	of	tuition will be contingent based upon the appropriate
       6           $396.50            $252.00         $252.00         $900.50                 College Refund Policy. Fees for General Fund courses are not
       7           $451.50            $294.00         $294.00        $1,039.50                refundable. The Business Office will try to send payment reminders to
       8           $506.50            $336.00         $336.00        $1,178.50                students.
       9           $561.50            $378.00         $378.00        $1,317.50                if	students	need	to	be	deregistered, the Business Office will
      10           $617.50            $420.00         $420.00        $1,457.50                provide the Registrar with a list of names and in seven days they will
                                                                                              either resolve the matter or de-register the student.
      11           $672.50            $462.00         $462.00        $1,596.50
     12**          $732.50            $504.00         $504.00        $1,740.50                failure	to	meet	the	full	payment of this plan on or before the
                                                                                              dates indicated may make the student subject to any or all of the
	* First Payment includes the $25 payment plan fee, and will increase                         following: cancellation of registration, denial of transcript and/or
   to include Mandatory Usage Fees if applicable.                                             Certificate services and denial of registration for additional courses at
** An additional flat tuition charge of $100.00 per semester shall                            Capital Community College. Additionally, the College will forward this
   apply over 17 credits.                                                                     matter to a collection agency. Once a student has been deregistered
                                                                                              from the College, full payment will be required for reinstatement.




                                                                       Refund Policy
General Fund (CREDIT COURSES) — If the College cancels a course, you Full or partial refunds are NOT issued after the last regular business day of the
are entitled to a full refund of all tuition and fees. If you drop a course, the fees         college before the first meeting of the course. A student may officially withdraw
are non-refundable. 100 percent of the tuition paid is refundable if the course               from a credit course any time after the first scheduled class, but before the end
is dropped prior to January 21, 2011. A refund of 50 percent of tuition may be                of the last day of class. The final examination day is not considered as a class day.
granted if the course is dropped by February 4, 2011. Forms are available at the              Refunds are not issued to students who withdraw. To initiate the withdrawal
Enrollment Services Office, Room 207. After February 4, 2011 there is no refund               process, or for more information, contact the Counseling Office, at 860-906-5040.
of tuition. To be considered for an exception to this policy due to extenuating               PleASe	nOte:	if	you	register	for	a	course,	you	are	responsible	
circumstances, a written request, accompanied by supporting documents, can be                 for	payment	whether	or	not	you	attend. Do not assume you will be
made to the Dean of Student Services.                                                         deregistered for a course if you do not pay. See above paragraph.
Continuing Education Extension Fund Credit and Equivalent
                                                                                              Credit-Free Courses — The College reserves the right to cancel courses with
Non-Credit Developmental Courses — When the College cancels a                                 insufficient enrollment. If a course you have registered for is cancelled, you will be
course, the student has the option of transferring into another course within the             notified by phone and have the option of receiving a full refund of fees or applying
same semester, or requesting a refund. Refunds are issued within 4 to 6 weeks.                your course fee to another credit-free course in the same semester. Refunds take
When a student drops a course by the last regular business day of the college                 at least 4 to 6 weeks. No refunds are issued for credit-free courses unless you
before the first meeting of the course, a full refund will be processed, except for the       withdraw 3 business days before the first class meeting, in writing or in person, to
fees and non-refundable $20 application fee for credit courses. To drop a course,             the Office of Continuing Education, 3rd Floor, 950 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103.
contact the Office of Continuing Education at 860-906-5130.


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               Admission & Registration Spring 2011
New Students                                                                                   b. written agency/company authorization; or
    1. Submit an admissions application along with a $20 non-refundable                        c. utilized the Installment Plan Option (see page 9).
       application fee to the Enrollment Services Office. Indicate a degree or              4. Students who wish to apply online must:
       certificate program.†                                                                   a. pay $20.00 (non-refundable) application fee by credit card
    2. Submit evidence of high school or GED completion: a final transcript                       online;
       showing graduation date and copy of a diploma, or a copy of a GED                       b. have a valid e-mail address;
       certificate.                                                                            c. go to www.ccc.commnet.edu
    3. If you have taken the SAT, please submit official scores. Scores sent
       directly from The College Board or included on the high school
       transcript are acceptable. SAT scores are NOT required for admission
                                                                                         Registration Schedule
       but may be used for placement into math and English courses.                      Currently Enrolled Capital Students:
    4. Submit documentation of immunization for measles/rubella unless                   Web	Registration	begins – Monday, November 8, 2010, 9:00 am
       exempt (see page 8). Students will not be allowed to register without             Walk-in	Registration	begins – Monday, November 29, 2010, 9:00 am
       proof of measles/rubella immunization. Effective August 1, 2010:                  All continuing degree-seeking students should consult with a
       The Connecticut State Health Department will review proof of                      counselor or faculty advisor before course registration.
       immunization against mumps and varicella (chicken pox).
    5. Take the placement test (see page 9) unless exempt.
                                                                                         New Capital Students:
                                                                                         Walk-in	&	Web	Registration	begins – Monday, November 29,
    6. See a counselor in room 208 to select your courses.
                                                                                         2010, 9:00 am
    7. Students may also apply online at http://my.commnet.edu                           All new degree-seeking students should consult with a counselor or
† Applicants who are not receiving financial aid and are paying for their own            faculty advisor before course registration.
  courses may choose a non-degree option (#Z999 on the program line of the
  application) and need not submit the documents required in #2, #3 and #4.              Standard Registration Hours
PleASe	nOte: Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid,                        Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday     9:00 am – 5:00 pm
veteran’s benefits or transfer credit.                                                      Tuesday                           9:00 am – 6:00	pm*
Returning Students                                                                          Friday                            9:00 am – 3:00 pm
   1. See a counselor in room 208 or your academic advisor to select                     Extended Registration Hours
      your courses.                                                                         Tuesday, January 18, 2011         9:00 am – 6:00	pm*
   2. Register for courses. If you have not attended CCC for several                        Wednesday, January 19, 2011       9:00 am – 6:00	pm*
      semesters, contact the Enrollment Services Office at 860-906-5140 to
      see if your file is complete.                                                         Thursday, January 20, 2011        9:00 am – 6:00	pm*
                                                                                         Extended Add/Drop Hours
Reminders                                                                                   Friday, January 21, 2011             9:00 am – 3:00 pm
   1. Applying	for	financial	aid	is	an	additional	and	separate	procedure	
      from	applying	for	admission	to	the	College	and,	because	                              Monday, January 24, 2011            8:00 am – 6:00 pm*
      processing	takes	6-8	weeks,	should	be	completed	as	soon	as	                           Tuesday, January 25, 2011           8:00 am – 6:00 pm*
      possible	before	the	semester	begins. In addition, applicants must                     Wednesday, January 26, 2011 9:00 am – 6:00 pm*
      have an official acceptance date from the Enrollment Services Office to be            Thursday, January 27, 2011           9:00 am – 6:00 pm*
      eligible for Financial Aid (see page 10).
                                                                                         * Students who wish to meet with a college counselor should plan
   2. Students transferring from other regionally accredited institutions of               on signing-in at the Counseling Office no later than 5 pm to ensure
      higher education must have official transcripts mailed directly from                 that there will be sufficient advising time.
      the other college to the Enrollment Services Office, CCC, 950 Main
      Street, Hartford, CT 06103. Students must then complete a transfer
      evaluation request form in CCC’s Enrollment Services Office, Rm 207.
                                                                                                 Spring Credit Classes Begin
   3. Tuition and fees must be paid in full at the time of registration unless the
                                                                                                    on Friday, January 21
      student has:                                                                                 Winter Intersession Dates:
      a. received an award letter from the CCC Financial Aid Office; or                       December 28, 2010 – January 18, 2011


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            Register ONLINE For                                                             Immunization Information
           Spring Semester 2011                                                        FOR CREDIT STUDENTS:
Online Registration for Spring 2011 begins on Monday, November 8                       If you were born after December 31, 1956, Connecticut state law requires that
at 9:00 am for current Capital students.                                               all NEW full-time degree seeking, full-time non-degree/non-matriculating,
                                                                                       and part-time degree seeking students enrolled in colleges or universities be
• Go to: http://my.commnet.edu                                                         adequately protected against Measles, Mumps, Rubella (German Measles)
•		Enter: netiD	(ex: 12345678@student.commnet.edu) & Password	                         and Varicella (Chicken Pox). *
   (same ID & Password used on college computers)                                      Any one of the following documents presented to the Enrollment Services is
•	Click: login                                                                         acceptable:
•	Click on the Student	tab                                                                 • Two (2) doses of each vaccine administered at least one (1) month apart
                                                                                           • Blood titer test results that document immunity to MMRV
•	Click on the Student	Self-Service	Channel	link                                           • A physician’s certification that immunization would be harmful to you
•	If prompted, Select: Capital	Community	College                                           • A signed statement that immunization is against your religious beliefs
•	Select: Registration	and	Payment                                                     * Students born before January 1, 1980 are exempt from providing proof
•	Select Term:	Spring	2011	and click	Submit                                              against Varicella but are required to provide Measles, Mumps and Rubella
•	Select:	Register	(add/drop)	Classes                                                    immunization information.

•		Enter CRn: (4 digits) for each course section in boxes and click                    Please use the MMRV Form provided by the Enrollment Services Office or a
   Submit	Changes                                                                      signed form from your physician’s office.
•		verify registration was successful – registration status displays                                 For additional information or questions, contact the
   **Web	Registered**                                                                                    Enrollment Services Office at 860-906-5140.
•		Follow link at bottom of registration screen to make payment with a credit
   card (MasterCard/Visa/Discover) or verify your financial aid award.
                  For login assistance, click the NetID and
              Password help links at http://my.commnet.edu.                                    Winter Intersession 2011
                                                                                                        Registration Schedule
nOte:	Students who register before December 10, 2010 must pay all fees at
the time of registration. Full tuition payment is required by December 10, 2010.                   Web Registration Begins: Monday, November 8
                                                                                                 Walk-In Registration Begins: Monday, November 29
Students who register on or after December 10, 2010 must pay all tuition and
fees at the time of registration. Students who do NOT make payment of tuition                   Degree-seeking students should consult with a counselor
                                                                                                     or faculty advisor before course registration.
and fees in accordance with the payment policy may be subject to removal from
                                                                                                           Winter 2011 Intersession Dates:
their classes (de-registered).
                                                                                                       December 28, 2010 – January 18, 2011



        Special Needs                                                  Veterans                                            Senior Citizens
   Students who have special needs or                      The federal government offers a wide                      Tuition and some fees, including the
   who are disabled must self-identify                     variety of services to veterans through                   registration fee, are waived for persons 62
   and provide documentation of their                      the Department of Veterans Affairs.                       years of age or older. Special	fees	and	
   specific disability to a counselor. This                The College is approved for training                      tuition	for	extension	Programs	and	
   must be done at least 60 days prior                     of veterans’ education benefits by the                    Courses	(“Continuing	education”)		
   to the start of the course. This will                   Connecticut Department of Higher                          are	not	waived. Senior citizens
   allow the College to make an effort to                  Education. See page 34 for information                    currently enrolled will receive registration
   accommodate special needs students.                     on the Veterans Drop-In Center.                           information in the mail. Seniors new
   Please call Glaisma Perez-Silva,                        Please contact Margaret Abraham,                          to Capital must fill out an application
   the Student Disability Coordinator,                     Veterans Counselor, at 860-906-5044,                      at the 2nd floor Welcome Center and
   at 860-906-5042 for additional                          Room 208, for more information.                           then contact Marilyn Goodman at
   assistance.                                                                                                       860-906-5123 to complete the process.


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                 PLACEMENT TESTING for ALL NEW STUDENTS
      General Testing and ESL (English-As-A-Second Language) Testing
All new students must take bASiC	SkillS	PlACement	teStS                         To prepare for the tests, visit or call the Academic	Success	Center
prior to registration for classes. The results are used to place students       on the 4th floor of the College, 860-906-5200.
into appropriate courses.
                                                                                Report	to	Room	220	at	least	30-60	minutes	before	testing	
Non-native speakers of English who do not have English language                 begins	(refer to dates and times below) — space is limited, first come,
proficiency are encouraged to take the eSl	(enGliSh-as-a-SeCOnD	                first served.
lAnGuAGe)	PlACement	teSt. ESL placement testing sessions
                                                                                bring	with	you:
include an explanation of program admissions, a writing requirement,
                                                                                    • Your banner ID number (Student ID #)
and a computerized test.
                                                                                    • A picture ID
Placement	testing	takes	place	in	Room	220,	2nd	floor.	for	                          • A pen and pencil
the	eSl	Placement	test,	report	first	to	room	408,	4th	floor.	
                                                                                Scratch paper will be provided; NO CALCULATORS are allowed.
Appointments are NOT made for the tests; entrance is on a first-come
first-served basis, on the dates below.                                         Permission from Dean Doris Arrington is required to retake the tests.

                                     TeSTing for SPring SemeSTer 2011
                  general Placement Testing dates/times during fall 2010 (before holiday recess)
                 Testing in Fall 2010 begins Monday, November 15 and continues on the days/times below until Wednesday, December 15
                      mondays			Nov. 15, Nov. 22, Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and Dec.13 — at 4:00 pm
                      tuesdays Nov. 16, Nov. 23, Nov. 30, Dec. 7, and Dec. 14 — at 12:00 noon
                      Wednesdays Nov. 17 (ESL ONLY)*, Nov. 24, Dec. 1, Dec. 8 (ESL ONLY)*, and Dec. 15 — General Testing at 12:00 noon
                                                 eSl Testing dates/times during fall 2010
                      *Wednesdays ESL ONLY: Nov. 17 and Dec. 8 — at 10:00 am and 4:00 pm

                general Placement Testing dates/times in the new Year 2011 (after holiday recess)
                Testing in the New Year 2011 begins Tuesday, January 4 and continues on the days/times below until Wednesday, January 19
          IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU noT WAIT UNTIL THE FINAL DAYS OF TESTING AS MANY CLASSES WILL BE FILLED BY THAT TIME.
                      monday Jan. 10 — at 4:00 pm
                      tuesdays Jan. 4 , Jan. 11, Jan. 18 — at 12:00 noon and 4:00 pm
                      Wednesdays	 January 5, Jan. 12, Jan. 19 — at 12:00 noon
                                              eSl Testing dates/times in the new Year 2011
                      thursdays ESL ONLY: Jan. 6, and Jan. 13 — at 12:00 noon
                                                       no Testing on the following days
                           No General Placement Testing on ESL test dates (Nov. 17, Dec. 8, 2010; January 6 and Jan. 13, 2011)
                           No Testing during Thanksgiving Recess (November 24-28, 2010)
                           No Testing during Holiday Recess (December 16, 2010-January 4, 2011)
                           No Testing on Monday, January 17, 2011 (Martin Luther King Day, College is closed)
                           Thursdays: NO TESTING FOR ANYONE ON THURSDAYS IN FALL 2010, ESL ONLY IN NEW YEAR 2011
                           Fridays and Saturdays: TEAS testing for NURSING STUDENTS ONLY. No General Placement or ESL Testing.
                                                  Information on the TEAS can be found online: www.atitesting.com

                                                              IMPORTANT:
                                  Testing times and dates above may change. Be sure to check online at
                            www.ccc.commnet.edu/placementtesting.htm for the most current information.


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             Tax Credits Available                                                                     Financial Aid
 Parents sending children to college, or adults continuing their                The College offers a comprehensive financial aid program to assist
 education, may take advantage of the HOPE Scholarship tax credit               students in meeting the cost of attending college. Through scholarships,
 or the Lifetime Learning tax credit. A HOPE tax credit of up to $1,500         grants, loans, and on-campus employment opportunities, the College
 can be claimed for two years for each individual enrolled at least             provides financial support to help with educational expenses. The
 half-time in higher education at an eligible educational institution,          College participates in each of the federally-supported financial aid
                                                                                programs: Pell Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant,
 who has not yet completed his or her first two years of study. The
                                                                                Federal Work-Study, Stafford, and PLUS Loan Programs. The College
 credit is 100% of the first $1,000 of payments for qualified tuition           also administers State of CT grant programs. Special scholarships from
 and fees, and 50% of the second $1,000. The Lifetime Learning tax              corporations and individuals are also available.
 credit is available for vocational, college, graduate and professional               To become a candidate for financial aid, the student must complete
 students, for adults who want to upgrade their job skills or acquire           a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To be eligible, the
 new ones or pursue another course of study, and even for a student             student must be formally accepted to CCC by the Enrollment Services
 taking one course as long as it is job-related.                                Office and enrolled in a degree or eligible certificate program; a citizen
                                                                                or permanent resident; maintaining satisfactory academic progress;
 Tax filers can claim a Lifetime Learning credit up to $1,000 - 20% of
                                                                                pursuing a first undergraduate degree; in compliance with draft
 the first $5,000 paid in qualified tuition and fees on or after July 1.        registration requirements; free from default of any previous student
 A taxpayer can claim only one Lifetime Learning credit per tax year            loans or refund obligation to any federal aid program; and determined
 for the aggregate amount of qualified tuition and fees for those               to have financial need. Financial Aid is awarded on a first come basis;
 students in the family for whom no HOPE credit is claimed. There is            therefore, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. the	
 no limit, however, on the number of years a taxpayer may claim the             priority	deadline	date	for	all	students	is	December	1,	2010.
 Lifetime Learning tax credit. To take advantage of the two credits,            Please note that late financial aid applicants are expected to be prepared
 taxpayers must submit IRS form 8863 with their federal tax return.             to pay tuition, fees and book expenses at the time of registration. For
 For more information, call the IRS Help line at 1-800-829-1040,                more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 860-906-5090, or
 read IRS publication 970, or visit the Treasury Department’s                   email CA-FinAidHelp@ccc.commnet.edu
 website: http://www.irs.ustreas.gov

                                                                                 Enroll in a course at another college…
                                                                                … and receive full credit. Explore Cross-Registration! In general, full-time
                                                                                undergraduates pay no extra charges. Participating Campuses:
            Emergency Closings                                                             •   Central Connecticut State University
In the event of severe weather, power failure, or any other extreme                        •   Hartford Seminary
or unusual circumstances, the College provides the following                               •   Saint Joseph College
television and radio stations with closing/delayed opening                                 •   Trinity College
information:                                                                               •   University of Connecticut
                                                                                           •   University of Hartford
      WFSB-TV - Channel 3
      WVIT NBC 30                                                               For more information and a list of available courses, pick up
                                                                                a copy of the Consortium Cross-Registration brochure in the
      WTIC (1080 AM & 96.5 FM)                                                  Registrar’s Office, Room 207, or call 860-906-5140, or visit
      WRCH (100.5 FM)                                                           www.hartfordconsortium.org and click on Cross-Registration
      WZMX (93.7 FM) and
      WDRC (1360 AM & 102.9 FM)
the	College’s	main	phone	number	(860-906-5000)	and	
website	(www.ccc.commnet.edu)	will	also	have	official	                                      bookstore	Online	and	On-Campus
emergency	information. Except under rapidly changing                                            www.efollett.com
conditions, information on the status of day classes will be available                 On-Campus	location	—	Room	705,	7th	floor
by 6 a.m. and for night classes by 3:30 p.m.                                                         860-525-5956

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                                         Getting Here & Parking
 Parking	for	Capital	students	is	in	the	morgan	Street	Garage, located at 155 Morgan Street, directly behind the college
 (the building with green glass windows). The garage is run by the Hartford Parking Authority. Handicap-access is available.

        Directions to the Morgan
         Street Parking Garage
                           (P1 on map at right)
                                                                                                                   MORGAN STREET
 from	interstate	84	east	(from	West	hartford,	farmington,	etc.)
 Take Exit 50 (Main St.). At third traffic light, turn right onto Market St.




                                                                                                                                          MA RK ET ST RE ET
 Take first left onto Talcott St., then first left into Garage entrance.




                                                                                                                                                              COLU MBUS BOUL EVARD
 from	interstate	84	West	(from	e.	hartford,	manchester,	Route	2)                                                      TA LC
                                                                                                                            O   TT S
                                                                                                                                     T.
 Take Exit 50 (Main St.). At bottom of ramp, turn left onto Market St. Take
 second left onto Talcott St., then first left into Garage entrance.
 from	interstate	91	north	or	South
 Take Exit 32-B (Trumbull St.). At bottom of ramp, turn left onto Market St.
 Take third left onto Talcott St., then first left into Garage entrance.

                                                                                                  Parking for College
                                                                                                  Guests and Visitors
                                                                                         Columbus Boulevard Lot (P2 on map above)
                                                                                    If you are visiting the College, free secure parking is available at the
                                                                                    College’s Columbus Boulevard lot. Please	note	that	if	you	park	in	
                                                                                    the	morgan	Street	Garage	without	a	College-authorized	access	
                                                                                    card,	it	will	be	at	your	own	expense. The Columbus Boulevard lot is
                                                                                    located on a one-way street between Morgan and Talcott Streets.
                                                                                    from	Points	north	and	South – 91 North to Exit 32-B (Trumbull
              Parking Access Card                                                     Street). Ramp ends at traffic light, turn left onto Market Street. At
All registered students are eligible for a free parking access card for               the second traffic light turn left onto Morgan Street and then a right
the Morgan Street Garage. Students need to obtain an application                      onto Columbus Boulevard. The lot entrance will be on the left.
from the Morgan Street Garage located on the corner of Market and                   from	Points	east – 84 West to Exit 50 (Main Street). At the bottom of
Talcott Streets. Please refer to the student handbook for further                     ramp, turn left onto Market Street, go to 1st traffic light and take a
information on parking regulations. You may obtain a handbook from                    left onto Morgan Street and a right onto Columbus Boulevard.
the Welcome Center or the Office of the Dean of Student Services.                     The lot entrance will be on the left.
                                                                                    from	Points	West – 84 East to Exit 50 (Main Street). After 4th traffic
                      Motorcycle Policy                                               light go right onto Columbus Boulevard and the lot entrance will
                                                                                      be on the left.
 The Hartford Parking Authority DOeS	nOt	PeRmit motorcycles
 to be housed at the Morgan Street Garage. Motorcycles
 ARe	PeRmitteD to be parked in the Columbus Boulevard lot.                                The U-Pass for Bus Service
                                                                                      All eligible CCC credit students receive a University Pass, or U-Pass,
                   Validation Procedure                                               a semester-long bus pass that gives Capital students unlimited
 In the event your parking access card does not work, pull a ticket                   access to CTTransit local bus service. Pick up your U-Pass from
 and bring it with your parking access card to the main lobby in the                  Enrollment Services.
 College at 960 Main Street for validation.


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     ¿Por qué Capital Community College?
          Ubicado en el centro de Hartford, Capital Community
            College es su opción para mejorar su vida o para
            comenzar su carrera universitaria. Capital ofrece
               más de 40 certificados y título universitario
                    de dos aňos (Associates Degree).


             ¿Cómo empezar?
                 USTED NECESiTA:
1. Presentar una solicitud de admisión con una cuota
   de $20 (no reembolsable)
2. Presentar evidencia de haber terminado
   la escuela secundaria
3. Presentar evidencia de vacunación
   Ofrecemos —
        • Profesores altamente calificados
        • Servicios adicionales: laboratorio y asistencia
          personalizada para su aprendizaje
        • Ayuda financiera para los estudiantes que califiquen




                                                                                  Llamenos para obtener
                                                                                    mayor información:
                                                                      Programa de inglés como segundo idioma/
                                                                      ESL Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5203
                                                                      Admisiones/Admissions:
                                                                      Renee DePastino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5014
                                                                      Ayuda Financiera/Financial Aid:
                                                                      José Velez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860-906-5097



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    SPRING 2011
 CREDIT COURSE SCHEDULE
      This publication was sent to press on october 21, 2010 and subsequent changes and additions to courses may have
      been made. Visit www.ccc.commnet.edu and click on Search for Courses to get the most recent course information.
      NOTE: Courses may require prerequisites which are included in the Course Descriptions online.
      Go to www.ccc.commnet.edu, under the Main Menu on the left side, choose Academic Programs and select
      Course Descriptions from the pop-out menu. You will also find room locations and enrollment there.

                              lC	=	learning	Communities	Courses             	 	=	lecture	Courses	with	a	laboratory	Section
                                                                                                                  Time       Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                  Course Title                        Instructor           Credits Day/s      Start       End    Lab Fee
Accounting
  3026   ACC   111    1   Principles of Accounting I               Winston, Lorraine D.           4     Tu, Th    11:40A 1:27P
  8167   ACC   111    2   Principles of Accounting I               Maibaum, David W.              4      Sat       8:30A 12:10P
  3032   ACC   112    1   Principles of Accounting II              Maibaum, David W.              4     Tu, Th     5:00P 6:47P
  5244   ACC   112    2   Principles of Accounting II              Marchessault, Joan             4     M, W      10:00A 11:40A
  3034   ACC   117    1   Principles of Mgr Accounting             Kriscenski, Gary P.            3       Tu       5:30P 8:10P
  6936   ACC   125    2   Accounting Computer Applications         Hoang, Chi T.                  3      Sat       8:30A 11:10A
  8184   ACC   271    2   Intermediate Accounting                  Winston, Lorraine D.           3     M, W       5:30P 6:50P
Anthropology
  5283 ANT 105        1   Introduction to Cultural Anthropology    Ricardo, Josiah                3     Tu, Th     1:15P     2:35P
Architecture
  4723   ARC   102    1   Architecture of the World                Hessmer, Ira M.                3    M, W        9:30A 10:45A
  4720   ARC   203    1   Architecture Drafting II                 Raphael, Joel                  2    Tu, Th      2:30P 3:20P
  4721   ARC   203L   1   Architecture Drafting II Lab             Raphael, Joel                  2    Tu, Th      3:30P 5:10P         $76
  5253   ARC   207    1   Architecture Design II - Detailing       Ober, Dean A.                  2    Tu, Th     10:00A 10:50A
  5254   ARC   207L   1   Architecture Design II - Detailing Lab   Ober, Dean A.                  3    Tu, Th     11:00A 1:30P         $76
  4722   ARC   227    1   Codes & Ordinances                       Wlodkowski, David C.           3      M         6:00P 8:40P
  7628   ARC   229    1   Structures                               Lamontagne, Daniel             3      W         6:00P 8:40P
  8204   ARC   240    1   Environmental System                     Lamontagne, Daniel             3      Tu        6:00P 8:40P
Art
  3376   ART   100    1   Art Appreciation                         Valentin, Pedro                3 Tu, Th         4:00P     5:20P
  4849   ART   100    2   Art Appreciation                         Cook, Evelyn D.                3     F          5:30P     8:10P
  6198   ART   100    3   Art Appreciation                         Sailor, Amy                    3	 Online
  7136   ART   100    4   Art Appreciation                         Valentin, Pedro                3	 Online
  7866   ART   100    5   Art Appreciation                         STAFF                          3   M, W        11:40A 1:00P
  4689   ART   101    1   Art History I                            Cruz, Humberto C.              3 Tu, Th        10:05A 11:25A
  6662   ART   101    2   Art History I                            Cruz, Humberto C.              3 Tu, Th        11:40A 1:00P
  6888   ART   111    1   Drawing I                                Valentin, Pedro                3 Tu, Th        12:00P 2:40P         $82
  8185   ART   151    1   Painting I                               Valentin, Pedro                3   M, W        12:00P 2:40P         $82
  7646   ART   161    1   Ceramics I                               Wartner, Aaron                 3   M, W         6:00P 8:40P         $82
  4199   ART   202    1   Ethnic Art in the U.S.                   Sailor, Amy                    3    Tu          5:30P 8:10P
  6665   ART   208    6   Caribbean Art and Culture                Cromwell, Stanwyck             3    W           5:30P 8:10P

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                                                                                                        Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                Course Title                Instructor              Credits Day/s   Start      End    Lab Fee

Biology
  3562   BIO   105 1     Introduction to Biology-Lec 1   Yiamouyiannis, Carmen            4    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  7673   BIO   105 2     Introduction to Biology-Lab 1   Yiamouyiannis, Carmen            0      Tu     11:40A    2:20P      $76
  7674   BIO   105 3     Introduction to Biology-Lab 1   Yiamouyiannis, Carmen            0      Th     11:40A    2:20P      $76
  7675   BIO   105 4     Introduction to Biology-Lab 2   Krevolin, Adam R.                0      W       5:30P    8:10P      $76
  6895   BIO   105 5     Introduction to Biology-Lec 2   Krevolin, Adam R.                4      M       5:30P    8:10P
  7676   BIO   105 6     Introduction to Biology-Lab 2   STAFF                            0      Tu      5:30P    8:10P      $76
  3565   BIO   105 7     Introduction to Biology-Lec 3   Peterson, Charles D.             4      Tu      5:30P    8:10P
  7677   BIO   105 8     Introduction to Biology-Lab 3   Peterson, Charles D.             0      Th      5:30P    8:10P      $76
  7678   BIO   105 9     Introduction to Biology-Lab 3   STAFF                            0      M       5:30P    8:10P      $76
  7679   BIO   105 14    Introduction to Biology-Lab 4   Yiamouyiannis, Carmen            0      M      11:40A    2:20P      $76
  3568   BIO   105 14A   Introduction to Biology-Lec 4   Yiamouyiannis, Carmen            4    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  7680   BIO   105 15    Introduction to Biology-Lab 4   Yiamouyiannis, Carmen            0      W      11:40A    2:20P      $76
  3953   BIO   105 16    Introduction to Biology-Lec 5   McGinnis, Courtney               4     Sat      9:00A   11:40A
  7681   BIO   105 17    Introduction to Biology-Lab 5   McGinnis, Courtney               0     Sat     12:00P    2:40P      $76
  8205   BIO   105 18    Introduction to Biology-Lec 6   Furneaux, Henry                  4    M, W     12:00P    1:20P
  8206   BIO   105 19    Introduction to Biology-Lab 6   Furneaux, Henry                  0    M, W      1:30P    2:50P     $76
  8207   BIO   105 20    Introduction to Biology-Lec 7   STAFF                            4    Tu, Th   12:00P    1:20P
  8208   BIO   105 21    Introduction to Biology-Lab 7   STAFF                            0    Tu, Th    1:30P    2:50P     $76
  8209   BIO   105 22    Introduction to Biology-Lec 8   Ciaglo, James W.                 4     W, F    08:30A    9:45A
  8213   BIO   105 26    Introduction to Biology-Lab 8   Ciaglo, James W.                 0       F     11:45A    2:15P     $76
  7162   BIO   111 1     Introduction to Nutrition       Vigezzi-Kirchhoff, Catherine     3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  3571   BIO   115 1     Human Biology-Lec 1             Brick, Arline R.                 4    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  3573   BIO   115 2     Human Biology-Lab 1             Brick, Arline R.                 0      M       1:30P    3:25P     $76
  7682   BIO   115 3     Human Biology-Lab 1             Brick, Arline R.                 0      W       1:30P    3:25P     $76
  3572   BIO   115 4     Human Biology-Lec 2             Matthews, Susan S.               4    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  3574   BIO   115 5     Human Biology-Lab 2             Matthews, Susan S.               0      W       7:05P    8:55P     $76
  6919   BIO   115 12    Human Biology-Lab 2             Matthews, Susan S.               0      M       7:05P    8:55P     $76
  7683   BIO   121 1     General Biology I-Lec 1         Frost, Janet L.                  4    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  7684   BIO   121 2     General Biology I-Lab 1         STAFF                            0      Tu     11:45A    2:25P     $76
  8214   BIO   121 3     General Biology I-Lab 1         Frost, Janet L.                  4      Th     11:45A    2:25P
  3591   BIO   211 1     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lec 1    Ettienne-Modeste, K.             4      M       5:30P    8:10P
  8217   BIO   211 1A    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 1    STAFF                            0      Tu      6:00P    8:40P     $76
  3667   BIO   211 2     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 1    Ettienne-Modeste, K.             0      W       6:00P    8:40P     $76
  7841   BIO   211 2A    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 2    STAFF                            0      M       6:00P    8:40P     $76
  3592   BIO   211 3     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lec 2    Mitra, Nibedita                  4      Tu      5:30P    8:10P
  4181   BIO   211 5     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 2    Mitra, NibeditA                         Th      5:30P    8:10P     $76
  4180   BIO   211 6     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lec 3    Whitehead, Paul F.               4    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  3593   BIO   211 7     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 3    Whitehead, Paul F.               0      W      12:00P    2:40P     $76
  7130   BIO   211 8     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 3    Whitehead, Paul F.               0      M      12:00P    2:40P     $76
  6773   BIO   211 9     Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 4    STAFF                            0     Sat     12:10P    2:50P     $76
  6774   BIO   211 10    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lec 4    STAFF                            0     Sat      9:00A   11:40A     $76
  3878   BIO   211 11    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lec 5    Sharma, Sneh P.                  4    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  3879   BIO   211 12    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 5    Sharma, Sneh P.                  0      Tu     12:00P    2:40P     $76
  7129   BIO   211 13    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 5    Sharma, Sneh P.                  0      Th     12:00P    2:40P     $76
  8215   BIO   211 14    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lec 6    STAFF                            4       F      9:00A   11:40A
  8216   BIO   211 15    Anatomy & Physiology I-Lab 6    STAFF                            0       F     12:10P    2:50P     $76
  7131   BIO   212 2     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lec 1   Suppicich, Michael               4      Tu      6:00P    8:40P     $76
  5577   BIO   212 3     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 1   Suppicich, Michael               0      W       5:30P    8:10P     $76
  5603   BIO   212 4     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 1   STAFF                            0      Th      5:30P    8:10P     $76


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                                                                                                Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                Course Title                Instructor      Credits Day/s   Start      End    Lab Fee
  3588   BIO   212 6     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lec 2   STAFF                    4    Tu, Th    1:15P    2:35P
  3590   BIO   212 7     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 2   STAFF                    0      Tu      2:45P    5:25P      $76
  4560   BIO   212 8     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lec 3   Whitehead, Paul F.       4    Tu, Th    1:15P    2:35P
  4561   BIO   212 9     Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 3   Whitehead, Paul F.       0      Tu     10:05A   12:45P      $76
  7688   BIO   212 10    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 3   Whitehead, Paul F.       0      Th     10:05A   12:45P      $76
  7132   BIO   212 11    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lec 4   Sharma, Sneh P.          4    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  7133   BIO   212 12    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 4   Sharma, Sneh P.          0      M      12:00P    2:40P      $76
  8227   BIO   212 12A   Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 4   STAFF                    0      W      11:40A    2:20P
  8218   BIO   212 13    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lec 5   STAFF                    4     Sat      9:00A   11:40A
  8219   BIO   212 14    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 5   STAFF                    0     Sat     12:10P    2:50P      $76
  8228   BIO   212 16    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lec 6   STAFF                    4      W       5:30P    8:10P
  8229   BIO   212 18    Anatomy & Physiology II-Lab 6   STAFF                    0      M       5:30P    8:10P
  3598   BIO   235 1     Microbiology-Lec 1              Rakoczy, John C.         4      W       5:30P    8:10P
  4730   BIO   235 2     Microbiology Lab 1              Rakoczy, John C.         0      Th      5:30P    8:10P     $76
  7689   BIO   235 3     Microbiology-Lab 1              Rakoczy, John C.         0      Tu      5:30P    8:10P     $76
  5677   BIO   235 4     Microbiology-Lec 2              Ross, Margery A.         4    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  5678   BIO   235 5     Microbiology-Lab 2              Ross, Margery A.         0      Tu     12:00P    2:40P     $76
  7134   BIO   235 6     Microbiology-Lab 2              Rakoczy, John C.         0      Th     12:00P    2:40P     $76
  8220   BIO   235 7     Microbiology-Lec 3              Swider, Kristen S.       4    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  8221   BIO   235 8     Microbiology-Lab 3              Swider, Kristen S.       0      W      12:00P    2:40P     $76
  8222   BIO   235 9     Microbiology-Lec 4              Swider, Kristen S.       4      M       5:30P    8:10P
  8223   BIO   235 10    Microbiology-Lab 4              Swider, Kristen S.       0      W       5:30P    8:10P     $76
  3603   BIO   260 1     Genetics                        Rakoczy, John C.         3   Online
Business, finance
  5248 BFN 107      2    Managerial Finance              Erik-Soussi, Sharif      3     Th       5:30P    8:10P
Business, general
  6035   BBG   210 1 Business Communications             Grenzinski, Barbara      3 Tu, Th       8:30A    9:50A
  6780   BBG   210 2 Business Communications             Sochacki, Julie C.       3	 Online
  3048   BBG   231 1 Business Law I                      Misenti, Nicholas C.     3 Tu, Th      11:40A 1:00P
  3068   BBG   231 3 Business Law I                      Misenti, Nicholas C.     3   M, W      10:05A 11:25A
  5246   BBG   231 4 Business Law I                      Misenti, Nicholas C.     3	 Online
  3052   BBG   234 1 Legal Environment of Business       Misenti, Nicholas C.     3 Tu, Th      10:05A 11:25A
Business, management
  3181   BMG   202 2 Principles of Management            Thornton, Mary Jean      3 Tu, Th      10:05A 11:25A
  3182   BMG   202 3 Principles of Management            La Guardia, Nancy P.     3   M, W      10:05A 11:25A
  6170   BMG   202 5 Principles of Management            Erik-Soussi, Sharif      3    Tu        5:30P 8:10P
  8148   BMG   210 1 Organizational Behavior             La Guardia, Nancy P.     3	 Online
  6629   BMG   220 1 Human Resources Management          Thornton, Mary Jean      3	 Online
Business, marketing
  3185 BMK 201      1 Principles of Marketing            Thornton, Mary Jean      3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  3186 BMK 201      2 Principles of Marketing            Gensler, Lori            3      W       5:30P    8:10P
  5249 BMK 201      5 Principles of Marketing            La Guardia, Nancy P.     3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
Chemistry
  3606   CHE   111 1     Concepts of Chemistry-Lec 1     Frost, Janet L.          4    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7690   CHE   111 2     Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 1     STAFF                    0     M        1:15P    3:55P      $76
  7691   CHE   111 3     Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 1     STAFF                    0     W        1:15P    3:55P      $76
  3609   CHE   111 4     Concepts of Chemistry-Lec 2     STAFF                    4     TR      11:40A    1:00P
  7692   CHE   111 5     Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 2     STAFF                    0     Tu       1:15P    3:55P      $76

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                                                                                                         Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                 Course Title                       Instructor       Credits Day/s   Start      End    Lab Fee
  7693   CHE   111    6   Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 2             STAFF                    0     Th       1:15P 3:55P         $76
  4304   CHE   111    7   Concepts of Chemistry-Lec 3             O’Sullivan, Maureen      4     Sat      9:00A 11:40A
  7694   CHE   111    8   Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 3             O’Sullivan, Maureen      0     Sat     12:00P 2:40P         $76
  7695   CHE   111   10   Concepts of Chemistry-Lec 4             Banici, Monica           4      M       5:30P 8:10P
  7696   CHE   111   11   Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 4             STAFF                    0     Tu       5:30P 8:10P         $76
  7697   CHE   111   17   Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 4             Banici, Monica                 W        5:30P 8:10P         $76
  7698   CHE   111   18   Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 5             DeGrandi, Joseph         0     Th       5:30P 8:10P         $76
  3604   CHE   111   19   Concepts of Chemistry-Lab 5             STAFF                    0      M       5:30P 8:10P         $76
  3612   CHE   111   40   Concepts of Chemistry-Lec 5             DeGrandi, Joseph         4     Tu       5:30P 8:10P
  5326   CHE   121    1   General Chemistry I-Lec 1               Muhlmann, Guillermo      4    M, W     11:40A 1:00P
  5327   CHE   121    2   General Chemistry I-Lab 1               Muhlmann, Guillermo      0     W        1:15P 3:55P         $76
  6734   CHE   121    3   General Chemistry I-Lec 2               STAFF                    4    M, W      5:30P 6:50P
  6735   CHE   121    4   General Chemistry I-Lab 2               STAFF                    0     M        7:05P 9:45P         $76
  8141   CHE   122    1   General Chemistry II-Lec 1              Muhlmann, Guillermo      4     TR      11:40A 1:00P
  8142   CHE   122    2   General Chemistry II-Lab 1              Muhlmann, Guillermo      4     Tu       1:15P 3:55P        $76
Communication and Speech
  7642   COM   101    1   Introduction to Mass Communication      Thomassen, Jennifer      3	 Online
  8176   COM   121    2   Journalism                              Peters, Jacqueline       3 Tu, Th      11:40A 1:00P
  7117   COM   158    1   Introduction to Digital Photography     Breslin, Christine       3     F        9:00A 11:40A
  8137   COM   158    2   Introduction to Digital Photography     Petro, George S.         3    W         5:30P 8:10P
  3448   COM   173    1   Public Speaking                         Walters, Michael         3 Tu, Th      11:40A 1:00P
  3449   COM   173    2   Public Speaking                         Walters, Michael         3     M        5:30P 8:10P
  3450   COM   173    3   Public Speaking                         Walters, Michael         3   M, W       1:15P 2:35P
  3451   COM   173    4   Public Speaking                         Walters, Michael         3    Sat       8:30A 11:10A
  5969   COM   173   20   Public Speaking                         Walters, Michael         3   M, W      11:40A 1:00P
  5275   COM   241    1   Television Production                   Miller, Bruce E.         3    Th        5:30P 8:10P
  8178   COM   275    1   Argument & Debate                       Thomassen, Jennifer      3 Tu, Th      11:40A 1:00P
  3370   COM   295    1   Internship I                            Thomassen, Jennifer      3
Computer Aided Drafting
  7086 CAD 112        1 CAD - Architectural                       Tuttle, Nathan W.        1    Tu, Th    5:30P 5:45P
  7087 CAD 113        1 CAD - Architectural                       Tuttle, Nathan W.        2    Tu, Th    6:00P 7:40P$76
Computers – Applications
  3072   CSA   105    1   Introduction to Software Applications   Grenzinski, Barbara      3   M, W      10:05A   11:25A
  3073   CSA   105    2   Introduction to Software Applications   Grenzinski, Barbara      3   M, W      11:40A    1:00P
  3074   CSA   105    3   Introduction to Software Applications   Carpenter, Kenneth       3   M, W       1:15P    2:35P
  3075   CSA   105    4   Introduction to Software Applications   Carpenter, Kenneth       3 Tu, Th      10:05A   11:25A
  3076   CSA   105    5   Introduction to Software Applications   Carpenter, Kenneth       3 Tu, Th       1:15P    2:35P
  3077   CSA   105    6   Introduction to Software Applications   Simon, Robert H.         3     F        9:00A   11:40A
  3078   CSA   105    7   Introduction to Software Applications   Russo, Gregory           3     M        5:30P    8:10P
  3080   CSA   105    8   Introduction to Software Applications   Carpenter, Kenneth       3   M, W      10:05A   11:25A
  3082   CSA   105    9   Introduction to Software Applications   Grenzinski, Barbara      3   M, W       8:30A    9:50A
  6676   CSA   105   10   Introduction to Software Applications   Carpenter, Kenneth       3 Tu, Th       8:30A    9:50A
  3084   CSA   105   11   Introduction to Software Applications   Babel, John              3 Tu, Th       8:30A    9:50A
  3085   CSA   105   12   Introduction to Software Applications   Pryor, Beth A.           3	 Online
  6677   CSA   105   13   Introduction to Software Applications   Gugliotti, Domenic       3     F        5:30P 8:10P
  3089   CSA   105   14   Introduction to Software Applications   Brown, Winchester F.     3   M, W       4:00P 5:20P
  3091   CSA   105   15   Introduction to Software Applications   Sesko, William P.        3    Th        5:30P 8:10P
  5258   CSA   105   16   Introduction to Software Applications   Auger, Jane M.           3    Sat      11:30A 2:10P
  6678   CSA   105   17   Introduction to Software Applications   Priester, Anthony        3    Sat       8:30A 11:10A

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                                                                                                             Time     Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                  Course Title                       Instructor         Credits Day/s    Start     End    Lab Fee
  3100   CSA   105   18   Introduction to Software Applications   Babel, John                 3     Tu, Th   11:40A   1:00P
  4646   CSA   105   19   Introduction to Software Applications   Clarke, Lauren A.           3     M, W      7:05P   8:25P
  7716   CSA   105   33   Introduction to Software Applications   STAFF                       3     M, W     11:40A   1:00P
  6851   CSA   105   34   Introduction to Software Applications   Pryor, Beth A.              3	   Online
  6679   CSA   105   35   Introduction to Software Applications   Jeffers, James M.           3       W       5:30P 8:10P
  6922   CSA   105   36   Introduction to Software Applications   Whitham, Gwen E.            3     M, W      1:15P 2:35P
  7118   CSA   105   37   Introduction to Software Applications   Zarnowski, Frederick        3     M, W      8:30A 9:50A
  7119   CSA   105   38   Introduction to Software Applications   Abramson, Jonathan          3     Tu, Th    8:30A 9:50A
  7420   CSA   105   39   Introduction to Software Applications   STAFF                       3     Tu, Th   10:05A 11:25A
  7430   CSA   105   40   Introduction to Software Applications   Fichera, Emma               3       Tu      5:30P 8:10P
  7717   CSA   105   41   Introduction to Software Applications   Evans, Patrick C.           3     Tu, Th   11:40A 1:00P
  8201   CSA   105   42   Introduction to Software Applications   Brown, Winchester F         3    Online
  3123   CSA   135    1   Spreadsheet Applications                Freeman, Seth R.            3       W       5:30P   8:10P
  3127   CSA   163    2   The Internet                            Kreisberg, Bruce            3	   Online
  7121   CSA   205    1   Advanced Applications                   Ligon, Michael E.           3    Online
Computers – Computer Science
  3067   CSC   101 1 Introduction to Computers                    Ligon, Michael E.           3	 Online
  3070   CSC   101 2 Introduction to Computers                    Ligon, Michael E.           3    Th         5:30P   8:10P
  3071   CSC   101 3 Introduction to Computers                    LaPierre-Dreger, Miah       3 Tu, Th       11:40A   1:00P
  5267   CSC   205 1 Visual Basic I                               Ligon, Michael E.           3 Tu, Th        4:00P   5:20P
  8161   CSC   247 1 Game Development with C++                    Brown, Winchester F         3    Th         5:30P   8:10P
  8162   CSC   250 1 Systems Analysis & Design                    Ligon, Michael E.           3   M, W        4:00P   5:20P
Computers – Technology
  7123   CST   125   1    Help Desk Concepts                      Moses, Jay                  3	 Online
  4649   CST   150   1    Web Design & Development I              STAFF                       3   M, W       10:05A 11:25A
  3131   CST   171   1    LAN System Managemen                    Ferraro, Roger              3	 Online
  4650   CST   231   1    Data Communications & Networking I      LaPierre-Dreger, Miah       3    M          5:30P   8:10P
  7124   CST   240   1    Advanced Computer Hardware              Brown, Winchester F         3    M          5:30P   8:10P
  7125   CST   243   1    Advanced Computer Hardware Lab          Brown, Winchester F         3    W          5:30P   8:10P
  7128   CST   281   1    Data Communications & Networking II     LaPierre-Dreger, Miah       3    Tu         5:30P   8:10P
  8202   CST   281   2    Data Communications & Networking II     Evans, Patrick C.           3    Th         5:30P   8:10P
Criminal Justice
  4695   CJS   101   4    Introduction to Criminal Justice        Kureczka, Arthur            3 Tu, Th        1:15P   2:35P
  5337   CJS   101   5    Introduction to Criminal Justice        Kureczka, Arthur            3    Th         5:30P   8:10P
  8190   CJS   101   6    Introduction to Criminal Justice        Kureczka, Arthur            3	 Online
  6707   CJS   102   1    Corrections                             Jordan, Carl H.             3	 Online
  7072   CJS   120   1    Police & the Community                  Ciolkosz, Edwin J.          3    W          5:30P   8:10P
  7616   CJS   201   1    Criminology                             STAFF                       3	 Online
  7071   CJS   210   1    Constitutional Law                      Creech, Paul G.             3   M, W       11:40A   1:00P
  6708   CJS   211   1    Criminal Law                            Jones, Claudia D.           3    Tu         6:00P   8:40P
  5966   CJS   280   1    Victimology                             Cimino, Linda J.            3    Tu         5:30P   8:10P
early Childhood education
  4742   ECE   101   10   CDA-Introduction to ECE                 Satchell, Monica            3     Tu, Th    7:05P 8:25P
  5284   ECE   101   11   CDA-Introduction to ECE-Bilingual       Colon, Maria V.             3     M, W      7:05P 8:25P
  7727   ECE   101   12   Introduction to ECE                     Guillory Bryant, Marsha     3     Tu, Th    8:30A 9:50A
  8128   ECE   103    1   Creative Experiences                    STAFF                       3     Tu, Th    5:30P 6:50P
  3260   ECE   106    1   Music/Movement for Children             STAFF                       3       Th      8:30A 11:10A
  5988   ECE   176    1   Health Safety Nutrition                 STAFF                       3       Th      5:30P 8:10P


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                                                                                                              Time     Time     Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                  Course Title                       Instructor          Credits Day/s    Start     End     Lab Fee
   8174   ECE   176   2    CDA-Health Safety & Nutrition           Heredia, Teresa              3   M, W       7:00P 8:15P
   8175   ECE   176   3    CDA-Health Safety & Nutrition           Satchell, Monica             3   Tu, Th     5:30P 6:50P
   4735   ECE   180   1    CDA Credential I                        McGrath, Wendy N.            3   Tu, Th     5:30P 6:50P
   5285   ECE   180   2    CDA Credential 1-Bilingual              Heredia, Teresa              3   M, W       5:30P 6:50P
   7723   ECE   181   1    CDA Credential Preparation              Jernigan, Charisse           3   Tu, Th     7:05P 8:25P
   4736   ECE   181   2    CDA Credential II-Bilingual             Mercado, Miriam              3   M, W       5:30P 6:50P
   3258   ECE   210   1    Observation, Participation & Seminar    STAFF                        3     W        5:30P 8:10P
   7080   ECE   210   2    Observation, Participation & Seminar    STAFF                        3   Tu, Th     1:15P 2:35P
   3256   ECE   222   2    Methods/Techniques in ECE               STAFF                        3   M, W      10:05A 11:25A
   7079   ECE   222   3    Methods/Techniques in ECE               STAFF                        3     M        5:30P 8:10P
   8129   ECE   225   1    Antibias Issues in Education            STAFF                        3     Tu       5:30P 8:10P
   8130   ECE   295   1    Student Teaching Practicum              Guillory Bryant, Marsha      6     Tu      10:05A 12:00P
economics
   3228   ECN   101 1 Principles of Macroeconomics                 Ricardo, Josiah              3 Tu, Th      11:40A    1:00P
   7073   ECN   101 2 Principles of Macroeconomics                 Strong, Theresa M.           3	 Online
   5990   ECN   101 3 Principles of Macroeconomics                 Svalestad, Owen S.           3   M, W       5:30P 6:50P
   6711   ECN   102 1 Principles of Microeconomics                 Jascot, John A.              3   M, W      10:05A 11:25A
   8121   ECN   102 2 Principles of Microeconomics                 Asare, Sonia Joyce           3 Tu, Th       5:30P 6:50P
emergency medical response/Technician
   8149 EMR 101        1 Principles/Processes Emergency Mgmt       Austin, William H.           3	 Online
   	    	   	           	 & Homeland Security
emergency medical Services
   8151 EMS 101        1 Emergency Medical Services Education I DeVito, Theresa R.              3    M         6:00P    8:40P
   8152 EMS 102        1 Emergency Medical Services Education II DeVito, Theresa R.             3	 Online
   8153 EMS 103        1 Emergency Medical Services Education III DeVito, Theresa R.            3	 Online
emergency medical Technician
   8179 EMT 100        1 EMT Basic                                 Van Alstyne Jr, Alfred       6   M, W, F    9:00A 12:00P
   4312 EMT 111        3 EMT-Paramedic I                           Earley, Victoria E.          9    Sat       8:15A 3:00P
                                                                                                      Tu       6:30P 9:30P
                                                                                                      Th       6:30P 9:30P
   6818 EMT 112        4 EMT-Paramedic II                          Tauber, Daniel P.            9   M, W, F    8:15A 11:15A
   4316 EMT 116        1 A&P for Emergency Care I                  Suppicich, Michael           2   Tu, Th     5:00P 5:50P
   4317 EMT 117        1 A&P for Emergency Care II                 Jacobson, Jane N.            2     W       12:00P 1:50P
english
   4935   ENG   003    1   LC-1: Foundations of Reading            Durham, Christine Y.         3   M, W       8:30A    9:50A
   3397   ENG   003    2   LC-2: Foundations of Reading            Durham, Christine Y.         3   M, W      10:05A   11:25A
   5303   ENG   003    3   LC-3: Foundations of Reading            Jebian, Wayne L.             3   M, W      11:40A    1:00P
   7155   ENG   003    4   LC-4: Foundations of Reading            Farbman, Evelyn C.           3   M, W      10:05A   11:25A
   7605   ENG   003    5   LC-5: Foundations of Reading            Kline, Judith                3   M, W       7:05P    8:25P
   7138   ENG   003    6   LC-6: Foundations of Reading            Guerriere, Carl              3   Tu, Th    10:05A   11:25A
   3399   ENG   003    7   LC-7: Foundations of Reading            Durham, Christine Y          3   Tu, Th    11:40A    1:00P
   4936   ENG   003    8   LC-8: Foundations of Reading            Oliver, Susan L.             3   Tu, Th     5:30P    6:50P
   7606   ENG   003    9   Foundations of Reading                  Kriksciun, Jennifer          3   M, W      11:40A    1:00P
   7181   ENG   003   10   ESL: Foundations of Reading             Schackner, Catherine         3   Tu, Th     5:30P    6:50P
   3392   ENG   013    1   LC-1: Writing Foundations               Jebian, Wayne L.             3   M, W      10:05A   11:25A
   6652   ENG   013    2   LC-2: Writing Foundations               Judson, Priscilla A.         3   M, W       8:30A    9:50A
   6654   ENG   013    3   LC-3: Writing Foundations               Scruse, Billie C.            3   M, W      10:05A   11:25A
   5305   ENG   013    4   LC-4: Writing Foundations               Farbman, Evelyn C.           3   M, W      11:40A    1:00P

LC = Learning Community ESL = English as a Second Language                   18
                                                                                                           Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                 Course Title                     Instructor           Credits Day/s   Start      End    Lab Fee
  7401   ENG   013    5   LC-5: Writing Foundations            Palazzi, Katie A.             3     M, W     5:30P    6:50P
  3389   ENG   013    6   LC-6: Writing Foundations            Durham, Christine Y.          3    Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  6653   ENG   013    7   LC-7: Writing Foundations            Kriksciun, Jennifer           3    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  3394   ENG   013    8   LC-8: Writing Foundations            Reliford, Renee Y.            3    Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  7139   ENG   013    9   Writing Foundations of English       Lamkins, Kevin L.             3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  7182   ENG   013   11   ESL: Writing Foundations             Hayward, Marguerite           3    Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  3403   ENG   043    1   Writing: Paragraph to Essayo Essay   Durham, Christine Y.          3    Tu, Th    1:15P    2:35P
  6831   ENG   043    2   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          Parks, Valerie D.             3     Sat      8:30A   11:10A
  3408   ENG   043    3   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          Kline, Judith                 3     M, W     5:30P    6:50P
  3411   ENG   043    4   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          STAFF                         3    Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  3413   ENG   043    5   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          Parks, Valerie D.             3    Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  5307   ENG   043    6   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          STAFF                         3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  7399   ENG   043    7   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          Thornton, Barbara G.          3    Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  7604   ENG   043    8   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          Mannheim, Alexandra           3    M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  7603   ENG   043   8A   Writing: Paragraph to Essay          Dickerson Jr, Joseph          3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  3406   ENG   043    9   LC-9: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Mannheim, Alexandra           3    Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  3407   ENG   043   10   LC-10: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   Lamkins, Kevin L.             3    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  7397   ENG   043   11   LC-11: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   Hughes, Tanya A.              3    Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  3410   ENG   043   13   LC-12: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   Lamkins, Kevin L.             3    M, W      4:00P    5:20P
  5308   ENG   043   14   LC-13: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   Dickerson Jr, Joseph          3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  6900   ENG   043   15   LC-14: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   LaPenta, Arlene S.            3    M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  7400   ENG   043   16   LC-15: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   STAFF                         3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  7418   ENG   043   17   LC-16: Writing: Paragraph to Essay   Dickerson Jr, Joseph          3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  6106   ENG   073    1   Academic Reading                     Monroe, David A.              3    Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  6230   ENG   073    2   Academic Reading                     Wilson, Sweets S.             3    Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  6908   ENG   073    3   Academic Reading                     Peters, Jacqueline            3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  7188   ENG   073    4   Academic Reading                     STAFF                         3    Tu, Th    4:00P    5:20P
  7402   ENG   073   4A   Academic Reading                     Juliano, Robert H.            3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7398   ENG   073    5   Academic Reading                     Thornton, Barbara G.          3    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  6101   ENG   073    9   LC-9: Academic Reading               Peters, Jacqueline            3    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  6105   ENG   073   10   LC-10: Academic Reading              STAFF                         3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  7396   ENG   073   11   LC-11: Academic Reading              Lombard, Rosemary L           3    Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  6103   ENG   073   13   LC-12: Academic Reading              Hughes, Charles R.            3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  6104   ENG   073   14   LC-13: Academic Reading              Kline, Judith                 3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  6102   ENG   073   15   LC-14: Academic Reading              Babatunji, Hassan S.          3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  6231   ENG   073   16   LC-15: Academic Reading              Thomassen, Jennifer           3    M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  7602   ENG   073   17   LC-16: Academic Reading              Peters, Jacqueline            3    Tu, Th    1:15P    2:35P
  3415   ENG   101    2   Composition                          Allan, Sean M.                3    Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  3416   ENG   101    3   Composition                          Humphrey, Jeanne              3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  3417   ENG   101    4   Composition                          Allan, Sean M.                3    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  3418   ENG   101    5   Composition                          Buda, Donald J.               3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  3419   ENG   101    6   Composition                          Dimick Zelotes, Christina     3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  3420   ENG   101    7   Composition                          MacKenzie, Hugh M.            3      Th      7:05P    9:45P
  3421   ENG   101    8   Composition                          Crimmins, Ann                 3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  5650   ENG   101    9   Composition                          Crimmins, Ann                 3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  3423   ENG   101   10   Composition                          DiMaggio, Kenneth             3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  3424   ENG   101   11   Composition                          Humphrey, Jeanne              3      W       5:30P    8:10P
  3425   ENG   101   12   Composition                          STAFF                         3    M, W      7:05P    8:25P
  3426   ENG   101   13   Composition                          Glaz, Ronald                  3     Sat      9:30A   12:10P
  6820   ENG   101   14   Composition                          Humphrey, Jeanne              3      Tu      7:05P    9:45P


LC = Learning Community ESL = English as a Second Language               19
                                                                                                          Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                 Course Title                   Instructor           Credits Day/s    Start      End    Lab Fee
  7140   ENG   101   15   Composition                        Lane, Elizabeth A.            3	   Online
  7725   ENG   101   16   Composition                        Petoskey, Indira A.           3	   Online
  7647   ENG   101   17   Composition                        STAFF                         3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  3431   ENG   101   18   Composition                        Nagle, Cyril P.               3      M, W     4:00P    5:20P
  7648   ENG   101   19   Composition                        Raghavan, Srimathy            3     Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  3433   ENG   101   20   Composition                        Jones, Claudia D.             3       M       5:30P    8:10P
  6108   ENG   101   21   Composition                        Kiely, John M.                3     M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  7413   ENG   101   22   Composition                        STAFF                         3     Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  7414   ENG   101   23   Composition                        Kline, Judith                 3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  7649   ENG   101   24   Composition                        Kiely, John M.                3     M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  7650   ENG   101   25   Composition                        Buchanan, Vangella            3     Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  7651   ENG   101   26   Composition                        Simpson, Geraldine            3     Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  7652   ENG   101   27   Composition                        STAFF                         3     M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  7653   ENG   101   28   Composition                        STAFF                         3     M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  8104   ENG   101   29   Composition                        STAFF                         3     Tu, Th    4:00P    5:20P
  8105   ENG   101   30   Composition                        Luciano, Sandra A.            3     Tu, Th    1:15P    2:35P
  8106   ENG   101   31   Composition                        Dimick Zelotes, Christina     3     M, W      4:00P    5:20P
  8107   ENG   101   32   HONORS: Composition                Ragusa, Daniela A.            3       W       1:15P    3:55P
  3434   ENG   102    1   Literature & Composition           DiMaggio, Kenneth             3     Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  3435   ENG   102    2   Literature & Composition           DiMaggio, Kenneth             3     M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  3436   ENG   102    3   Literature & Composition           Zamorska, Krystyna            3     M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  3438   ENG   102    5   Literature & Composition           DiMaggio, Kenneth             3     Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  3439   ENG   102    6   Literature & Composition           Raghavan, Srimathy            3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  6655   ENG   102    7   Literature & Composition           Singh, Taramathie             3        F      8:30A   11:10A
  3441   ENG   102    8   Literature & Composition           Brown, Susan R.               3       W       5:30P    8:10P
  3442   ENG   102    9   Literature & Composition           Brown, Susan R.               3       M       7:05P    9:45P
  3443   ENG   102   10   Literature & Composition           STAFF                         3     Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  7654   ENG   102   11   Literature & Composition           Christie, John S.             3     M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  3445   ENG   102   12   Literature & Composition           Christie, John S.             3	   Online
  3836   ENG   102   13   Literature & Composition           Zamorska, Krystyna            3     M, W     11:40A 1:00P
  4739   ENG   102   14   Literature & Composition           Buchanan, Vangella            3       Th      7:05P 9:45P
  7656   ENG   102   15   Literature & Composition           Peters, Jacqueline            3     M, W     10:05A 11:25A
  7657   ENG   102   16   Literature & Composition           Luciano, Sandra A.            3     Tu, Th   11:40A 1:00P
  7839   ENG   102   17   Literature & Composition           Petoskey, Indira A.           3	   Online
  7655   ENG   102   20   Literature & Composition           Buda, Donald J.               3     Tu, Th    1:15P 2:35P
  7660   ENG   102   22   Literature & Composition           Lamkins, Kevin L.             3     M, W      5:30P 6:50P
  7661   ENG   102   23   Literature & Composition           Simpson, Geraldine            3     Tu, Th    5:30P 6:50P
  7662   ENG   102   24   Literature & Composition           Singh, Taramathie             3      Sat      9:00A 11:40A
  8109   ENG   102   25   HONORS: Literature & Composition   Farbman, Evelyn C.            3       Tu      1:15P 3:55P
  7663   ENG   200    1   Advanced Composition               Ragusa, Daniela A.            3       M       4:00P 6:40P
  7665   ENG   211    1   Short Story-hybRiD                 Partridge, Jeffrey            3       Th     11:40A 1:00P
  6659   ENG   251    1   African American Literature        Lowe, Tonika R.               3       Th      5:30P 8:10P
  4691   ENG   253    2   Hispanic-American Literature       Christie, John S.             3	   Online
  6930   ENG   281    2   Creative Writing                   DiMaggio, Kenneth             3	   Online
english as a Second language
  8154   ESL   013 1 Writing & Reading I                     STAFF                         3     M, W      7:05P    8:25P
  8155   ESL   017 1 Oral Communication I                    STAFF                         3     M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  7671   ESL   023 1 Writing & Reading II                    Schackner, Catherine          3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  6905   ESL   023 2 Writing & Reading II                    Rausch, Lillian               3     Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  8191   ESL   023 3 Writing & Reading II                    STAFF                         3     M, W      7:05P    8:25P

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                                                                                                           Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                  Course Title                        Instructor      Credits Day/s    Start      End    Lab Fee
  8192   ESL   023    6   Writing & Reading II                     STAFF                    3     M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7672   ESL   027    1   Oral Communications II                   Schackner, Catherine     3     Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  8193   ESL   027    2   Oral Communications II                   STAFF                    3     M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  6906   ESL   027    3   Oral Communications II                   Rausch, Lillian          3     Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  8194   ESL   027    4   Oral Communications II                   STAFF                    3     M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  8195   ESL   143    1   Writing & Reading IV                     STAFF                    3     M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  4612   ESL   143    3   Writing & Reading IV                     STAFF                    3     Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  5657   ESL   143    4   Writing & Reading IV                     Schuyler, Peggy C.       3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  7417   ESL   143    5   Writing & Reading IV                     Schuyler, Peggy C.       3     M, W      7:05P    8:25P
  6633   ESL   147A   1   Oral Communication - High Intermediate   STAFF                    3     Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  8196   ESL   147A   2   Oral Communication - High Intermediate   STAFF                    3     M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  7416   ESL   147A   3   Oral Communication - High Intermediate   Schuyler, Peggy C.       3     M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  5656   ESL   147A   4   Oral Communication - High Intermediate   Schuyler, Peggy C.       3     Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  8156   ESL   153A   1   Writing & Reading - Low Advanced         STAFF                    3     Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  3498   ESL   153A   2   Writing & Reading - Low Advanced         Farbman, Evelyn C.       3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  8197   ESL   153A   3   Writing & Reading - Low Advanced         STAFF                    3     Tu, Th    7:05P    8:25P
  5310   ESL   153A   6   Writing & Reading - Low Advanced         Schackner, Catherine     3     M, W      7:05P    8:25P
  8157   ESL   157A   1   Oral Communication - Low Advanced        STAFF                    3     Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  3497   ESL   157A   2   Oral Communication - Low Advanced        Farbman, Evelyn C.       3     Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  8198   ESL   157A   3   Oral Communication - Low Advanced        Schackner, Catherine     3     Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  5311   ESL   157A   7   Oral Communication - Low Advanced        Schackner, Catherine     3     M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  8158   ESL   185    1   Modes of Communication                   Kriksciun, Jennifer      1       W       5:30P    6:25P
  3496   ESL   185    2   Modes of Communication                   Kriksciun, Jennifer      1        F     10:05A   11:00A
  8233   ESL   185    3   Modes of Communication                   STAFF                    1       Tu      5:30P    6:25P
  5312   ESL   185    7   Modes of Communication                   Kriksciun, Jennifer      1       Th      5:30P    6:25P
fire Technology Administration
  8232 FTA 116        1 Building Construction                      Quish, James             3      W        6:00P    8:40P
  7641 FTA 118        1 Fire Prevention & Inspection               Trisler, William         3      Tu       6:00P    8:40P
  8230 FTA 213        1 Codes and Standards                        Stokes, Gloria           3      M        6:00P    8:40P
geography
  7620 GEO 102        1   Introduction to Human Geography          Wheeler, Aaron K.        3	 Online
history
  5605   HIS   101    1   Western Civilization I                   Darling, Alan R.         3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  3271   HIS   102    2   Western Civilization II                  Ballinger, Allan J.      3	   Online
  3291   HIS   107    2   History of Puerto Rico                   Limeres, Jorge L.        3     M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  6063   HIS   121    2   World Civilization I                     Paolino, James S.        3     M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  5994   HIS   122    1   World Civilization II                    Kloten, Gregory V.       3     Tu, Th    8:30A    9:50A
  8169   HIS   122    2   World Civilization II                    Lawson, Marcus G.        3	   Online
  3272   HIS   201    1   HONORS: U.S. History I                   Lawson, Marcus G.        3     M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  3274   HIS   201    2   U.S. History I                           Marino, Stephen S.       3       W       7:05P    9:45P
  3287   HIS   202    1   U.S. History II                          Lawson, Marcus G.        3     Tu, Th    1:15P    2:35P
  8123   HIS   202    2   U.S. History II                          Greenblatt, Cynthia      3       Th      5:30P    8:10P
  5296   HIS   202    3   U.S. History II                          Ratliff, Thomas          3	   Online
  7621   HIS   216    1   African-American History I               Lawson, Marcus G.        3     Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  7736   HIS   217    1   African-American History II              Batiste, Jeannine V      3       W       5:30P    8:10P
  6165   HIS   217    2   African-American History II              Lawson, Marcus G.        3	   Online
interdisciplinary Studies
  8131 IDS G105 1 College Success                                  STAFF                    3     Tu, Th    5:30P    6:40P
  3457 IDS G105 2 College Success                                  Phillips, Jacqueline     3     M, W      8:30A    9:50A
                                                                             21
                                                                                                         Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                 Course Title                        Instructor      Credits Day/s   Start      End    Lab Fee
  8132   IDS   105 3 College Success                              STAFF                    3    M, W      4:00P 5:20P
  4159   IDS   105 5 College Success                              Kriscenski, Michael      3    Tu, Th   10:05A 11:25A
  6675   IDS   105 7 CS: Black/Latino Experience                  Dickerson Jr, Joseph     3    M, W     11:40A 1:00P
  7142   IDS   250 1 Liberal Arts Capstone                        Partridge, Jeffrey       3      W       1:15P 3:55P
library Technical Assistant
  8234 LIB 102        1 Introduction to Catalogue & Tech Services STAFF                    3      Tu      7:05P    9:45P
  8160 LIB 104        1 Introduction to Reference Services        STAFF                    3      M       7:05P    9:45P
  6143 LIB 202        1 Supervised Field Placement                Deloatch, Karen L.       3     TBA
mathematics
  3519   MAT   075    2   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Zeqiraj, Arben D.        3    M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  3520   MAT   075    3   Prealgebra - Number Sense               STAFF                    3   Tu, Th     8:30A    9:50A
  3521   MAT   075    4   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Williams, Clement W.     3   Tu, Th    10:05A   11:25A
  3522   MAT   075    5   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Gjonbalaj, Shqipe        3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  6739   MAT   075    6   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Cheser, Elena A.         3   Tu, Th     1:15P    2:35P
  3524   MAT   075    7   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Plourd, James E.         3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  3525   MAT   075    8   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Lawal, Adekunle O.       3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  3526   MAT   075    9   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Alexander, Louis         3   Tu, Th     5:30P    6:50P
  3527   MAT   075   10   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Konjusha, Bujar          3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  3823   MAT   075   11   Prealgebra - Number Sense               STAFF                    3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  6740   MAT   075   12   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Zendan, Michael F.       3    M, W      7:05P    8:25P
  7088   MAT   075   13   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Alexander, Louis         3   Tu, Th     7:05P    8:25P
  7089   MAT   075   15   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Tyrrell, Rosemary B.     3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  7091   MAT   075   16   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Bode, Sotiraq            3     Sat      9:00A   11:40A
  7429   MAT   075   19   Prealgebra - Number Sense               Brooks, Ausie B.         3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7093   MAT   095    1   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Ruiz, Antonio            3   Tu, Th     5:30P    6:50P
  7094   MAT   095    2   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Duncan, Patton E.        3   Tu, Th     1:15P    2:35P
  7095   MAT   095    3   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Tyrrell, Rosemary B.     3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7096   MAT   095    4   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Pascone, Maryanne T.     3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  7097   MAT   095    5   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Gjonbalaj, Salih         3   Tu, Th    10:05A   11:25A
  7098   MAT   095    6   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Sogunro, Sheri           3    M, W      7:05P    8:25P
  7099   MAT   095    7   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Herron, Kathleen C.      3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  7100   MAT   095    8   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Konjusha, Bujar          3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  7101   MAT   095    9   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Zendan, Michael F.       3     Sat      9:00A   11:40A
  7102   MAT   095   10   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Konjusha, Fekrije        3   Tu, Th     1:15P    2:35P
  7103   MAT   095   11   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Herron, Kathleen C.      3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7110   MAT   095   12   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Progonati, Natasha       3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  7701   MAT   095   13   Elementary Algebra Foundations          STAFF                    3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  7107   MAT   095   15   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Israel, Arthur B.        3   Tu, Th     8:30A    9:50A
  7108   MAT   095   16   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Adjei, Jonas F.          3   Tu, Th     7:05P    8:25P
  7104   MAT   095   18   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Lawal, Adekunle O.       3    M, W      8:30A    9:50A
  7428   MAT   095   19   Elementary Algebra Foundations          Linder, Gilbert E.       3   Tu, Th    11:40A    1:00P
  7436   MAT   095   20   Elementary Algebra Foundations          STAFF                    3   Tu, Th     1:15P    2:35P
  7702   MAT   097    1   Elem Algebra Foundations/Pre-Algebra    Duncan, Patton E.        5   M, W, F   10:05A   11:35A
  3542   MAT   137    1   Intermediate Algebra                    Zeqiraj, Arben D.        3    M, W     10:05A   11:25A
  3543   MAT   137    2   Intermediate Algebra                    Herron, Kathleen C.      3   Tu, Th    10:05A   11:25A
  3544   MAT   137    3   Intermediate Algebra                    Herron, Kathleen C.      3   Tu, Th     1:15P    2:35P
  3545   MAT   137    4   Intermediate Algebra                    STAFF                    3   Tu, Th    11:40A    1:00P
  7704   MAT   137    5   Intermediate Algebra                    Cohn, Robert A.          3   Tu, Th     8:30A    9:50A
  3547   MAT   137    6   Intermediate Algebra                    Coughlin Jr, Robert      3   Tu, Th     7:05P    8:25P
  3548   MAT   137    7   Intermediate Algebra                    Londo, Androkli          3    Sat       9:00A   11:40A
                                                                            22
                                                                                                          Time     Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                  Course Title                        Instructor      Credits Day/s   Start     End    Lab Fee
  3549   MAT   137    8   Intermediate Algebra                      Cheser, Elena A.        3   M, W       8:30A   9:50A
  3550   MAT   137    9   Intermediate Algebra                      Collins, Marian P.      3   M, W       5:30P   6:50P
  4596   MAT   137   23   Intermediate Algebra                      Duncan, Patton E.       3   M, W       1:15P   2:35P
  6741   MAT   137   24   Intermediate Algebra                      Lawes, Lenford          3   M, W       7:05P   8:25P
  7111   MAT   137   25   Intermediate Algebra                      Jascot, John A.         3 Tu, Th       8:30A   9:50A
  6924   MAT   137   26   Intermediate Algebra                      Konjusha, Fekrije       3 Tu, Th       2:30P   3:50P
  7112   MAT   137   27   Intermediate Algebra                      Hoxha, Bardh            3   M, W      11:40A   1:00P
  7705   MAT   137   28   Intermediate Algebra                      Collins, Marian P.      3   M, W       3:30P   4:50P
  7706   MAT   137   29   Intermediate Algebra                      Bocharova, Natalia      3 Tu, Th       5:30P   6:50P
  7707   MAT   137   30   Intermediate Algebra                      STAFF                   3 Tu, Th      11:40A   1:00P
  7708   MAT   137   31   Intermediate Algebra                      STAFF                   3	 Online
  7709   MAT   139    1   Elementary & Intermediate Algebra         Konjusha, Bujar         3 Tu, Th       1:15P 3:20P
  7710   MAT   139    2   Elementary & Intermediate Algebra         Konjusha, Bujar         3 Tu, Th       5:30P 7:50P
  3539   MAT   167    1   HONORS: Principles of Statistics          Carmona, Leonel J.      3 Tu, Th       1:15P 2:35P
  5573   MAT   167    2   Principles of Statistics                  Londo, Androkli         3   M, W       5:30P 6:50P
  3541   MAT   167    3   Principles of Statistics                  Hoxha, Bardh            3 Tu, Th      10:05A 11:25A
  7712   MAT   167    4   Principles of Statistics                  Freeman, Andre’ L.      3	 Online
  8199   MAT   172    1   College Algebra                           Hoxha, Bardh            3   M, W       1:15P 2:35P
  8200   MAT   172    2   College Algebra                           Duncan, Patton E.       3 Tu, Th       5:30P 6:50P
  3551   MAT   186    1   Precalculus                               Cohn, Robert A.         4   M, W       1:05P 2:52P
  3552   MAT   186    2   Precalculus                               STAFF                   4   M, W       5:30P 7:17P
  8144   MAT   230    1   Applied Calculus                          STAFF                   3 Tu, Th       5:30P 6:50P
  3822   MAT   254    1   Calculus I                                Freeman, André L.       4   M, W      10:05A 11:52A
  7713   MAT   256    1   Calculus II                               Freeman, André L.       4 Tu, Th      10:05A 11:52A
medical Assisting
  3192 MED 114        1   Administrative Medical Office Assisting   Perreira, Susan M.      4      M      11:00A 1:15P
                                                                                                   W      11:00A 12:15P
  7060 MED 114        2   Administrative Medical Office Assisting   Perreira, Susan M.      4      M       5:30P 7:45P
                                                                                                   W       5:30P 6:45P
  3191   MED   131 1 Clinical Medical Assisting                     Gauthier, Jill B.       3     Th       5:30P 8:10P
  7059   MED   131 2 Clinical Medical Assisting                     Murphy, Karen           3      W      11:00A 1:40P
  3190   MED   141 1 Lab Principles for Medical Assisting           Perreira, Susan M.      3      Tu     11:00A 1:40P
  7063   MED   141 2 Lab Principles for Medical Assisting           Petillo, June M.        3      Tu      5:30P 8:10P
  8147   MED   219 1 Computerized Medical Practice                  Petillo, June M.        3     Th       5:30P 8:10P
  6688   MED   250 1 Principles of Pharmacology                     Murphy, Karen           3     W, F     9:00A 10:20A
  7062   MED   250 2 Principles of Pharmacology                     Simpson, Angela T.      3      M       5:30P 8:10P
  3194   MED   280 1 Medical Assisting Externship                   Perreira, Susan M.      4     Th       1:00P 3:40P
music
  3467   MUS   101   1    Music History & Appreciation              Hernandez, Arthur       3      W       7:05P 9:45P
  3468   MUS   101   2    Music History & Appreciation              STAFF                   3    M, W     11:40A 1:00P
  6666   MUS   101   5    Music History & Appreciation              Heavner, Tabitha        3    Tu, Th    1:15P 2:35P
  6668   MUS   103   1    History of American Music                 Heavner, Tabitha        3    Tu, Th   11:40A 1:00P
  8117   MUS   115   1    Music Theory I                            Hernandez, Arthur       3    Tu, Th   10:05A 11:25A
  7667   MUS   150   2    Class Piano I                             Hummel, Joshua R.       3    Tu, Th    8:30A 9:50A
  8112   MUS   150   3    Class Piano I                             Hummel, Joshua R.       3    M, W     10:05A 11:25A
  8111   MUS   151   1    Class Piano II                            Hummel, Trista L.       3    M, W      8:30A 9:50A
  8114   MUS   205   1    Survey of Recording Industy               Hernandez, Arthur       3    Tu, Th   11:40A 1:00P
  7669   MUS   218   1    Electronic Music Composition/Audio        Sargent, Matthew J.     3    M, W     11:40A 1:00P
  8115   MUS   237   1    Principles of Sound Recording             Sargent, Matthew J.     3    M, W      1:15P 2:35P
  8118   MUS   299   1    Music Ensemble                            STAFF                   3      M       7:00P 9:40P

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                                                                                                                   Time     Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                  Course Title                         Instructor           Credits Day/s      Start     End    Lab Fee

nursing
  7084 NUR 102        1   Family Health Nursing                     DuClos-Miller, Patricia       8    Tu, W, Th    7:00A 11:00P
                                                                                                         M, F       9:00A 10:50A
  7085 NUR 103        1 Pharmacology for Families                   DuClos-Miller, Patricia       1    Online
                        Across the Lifespan
  7615 NUR 130        1 LPN to RN Transition                        Kapinos, Linda J.             1	 Online
  8182 NUR 203        1 (A) Nursing Care: Individuals & Families II Rosa, Julia M.                8 Tu, W, Th       7:00A 11:00P
                                                                                                      M, F          9:00A 10:50A
  7612 NUR 203        2   (B) Nursing Care: Individuals & Families II Bunting, Dawn R.            8 Tu, W, Th       7:00A 11:00P
                                                                                                      M, F         12:00P 1:50P
  7613   NUR   204    1 (A) Pharmacology for Complex Needs          Konieczny, Leona K.           1   TBA
  8166   NUR   204    2 (B) Pharmacology for Complex Needs          Cerone, Lori S.               1   TBA
  8183   NUR   205    1 (A) Nursing Management & Trends             Rosa, Julia M.                2	  TBA
  7614   NUR   205    2 (B) Nursing Management & Trends             Bunting, Dawn R.              2	  TBA
Philosophy
  4369   PHL   101 1 Introduction to Philosophy                     Bogle-Assegai, Femi           3     M, W       11:40A   1:00P
  8119   PHL   101 2 Introduction to Philosophy                     Bogle-Assegai, Femi           3    Online
  6132   PHL   101 3 Introduction to Philosophy                     Herman, Howard S.             3     Tu, Th      1:15P 2:35P
  8186   PHL   101 4 HONORS: Introduction to Philosophy             Bogle-Assegai, Femi           3     Tu, Th     11:40A 1:00P
  6117   PHL   111 1 Ethics                                         Bogle-Assegai, Femi           3     M, W       10:05A 11:25A
  6669   PHL   111 2 Ethics                                         Bogle-Assegai, Femi           3       Th        5:30P 8:10P
Physics
  4732   PHY   121 3 General Physics I                              Carmona, Leonel J.            4       Tu       10:05A 12:45P
  4918   PHY   121 11 General Physics I Lab                         Carmona, Leonel J.            0       Th       10:05A 12:45P       $76
  7699   PHY   122 1 General Physics II                             Carmona, Leonel J.            4       M        11:40A 2:20P
  7700   PHY   122 2 General Physics II-Lab                         Carmona, Leonel J.            0       W        11:40A 2:20P        $76
Political Science
  4702   POL   111 1 American Government                            STAFF                         3     M, W        5:30P   6:50P
  8127   POL   111 2 American Government                            Maxfield, Derek               3	     TBA
  7617   POL   112 1 State & Local Government                       STAFF                         3     Tu, Th     10:05A 11:25A
  8170   POL   293 1 Connecticut Legislative Internship             Forrest, Matthew J.           6
Psychology
  4703   PSY   105    1   Group Dynamics                            Rubenzahl, Stephanie          3     M, W        5:30P   6:50P
  6011   PSY   105    2   Group Dynamics                            Walker-Babatunji, Cynthia     3     M, W        1:15P   2:35P
  7623   PSY   105    3   Group Dynamics                            Torres-Rodriguez, Leslie      3      Sat       11:30A   2:10P
  3306   PSY   111    1   General Psychology I                      Noujaim, Luisa E.             3     Tu, Th      5:30P   6:50P
  6716   PSY   111    2   General Psychology I                      Domenitz, Linda B.            3	   Online
  3308   PSY   111    3   General Psychology I                      Woods, Andrew                 3     M, W        8:30A 9:50A
  4734   PSY   111    4   General Psychology I                      DeVito, Becky                 3     Tu, Th     10:05A 11:25A
  7074   PSY   111    5   General Psychology I                      Smith, Foye A.                3     M, W        7:05P 8:25P
  3311   PSY   111    6   General Psychology I                      Wolf, Margaret A.             3       Tu        5:30P 8:10P
  6717   PSY   111    7   General Psychology I                      Burinskas, Paul               3      Sat        8:30A 11:10A
  3313   PSY   111    8   General Psychology I                      DeVito, Theresa R.            3        F        9:00A 11:30A
  7846   PSY   111    9   General Psychology I                      DeVito, Becky                 3     Tu, Th      8:30A 9:50A
  3315   PSY   111   10   General Psychology I                      Martinez, Lilliam             3	   Online
  4924   PSY   111   11   HONORS: General Psychology I              Martinez, Lilliam             3     M, W       10:05A 11:25A
  4590   PSY   111   12   General Psychology I                      Groce Jr., Charles            3	   Online
  8101   PSY   112    1   General Psychology II                     Wolf, Lisa C.                 3	   Online

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                                                                                                               Time       Time    Studio/
  CRN    Subj   No.   Sect.               Course Title                  Instructor         Credits     Day/s   Start       End    Lab Fee
  6718   PSY    201     1     Life Span Development             Wolfe, Kate                   3       Tu, Th     1:15P    2:35P
  7836   PSY    201     2     Life Span Development             Fagbemi, Stephen O.           3	     Online
  6720   PSY    201     3     Life Span Development             Fagbemi, Stephen O.           3       Tu, Th   11:40A     1:00P
  6722   PSY    201     5     Life Span Development             Stillson, Richard W           3         Th      5:30P     8:10P
  6723   PSY    201     6     Life Span Development             Martinez, Lilliam             3	     Online
  6724   PSY    201     7     Life Span Development             Fagbemi, Stephen O.           3	     Online
  7732   PSY    204     1     Child/Adolescent Development      Fagbemi, Stephen O.           3	     Online
  8102   PSY    208     1     Psychology of Adult               Lombardo, Kathy A.            3       M, W      5:30P     8:10P
                              Development & Aging
  5635   PSY    245 1         Abnormal Psychology               Martinez, Lilliam             3   M, W         11:40A 1:00P
  6014   PSY    245 2         Abnormal Psychology               Tolisano Jr, Peter            3    Sat          8:30A 11:10A
  7076   PSY    245 3         Abnormal Psychology               Martinez, Lilliam             3	 Online
  7618   PSY    250 1         Human Sexuality                   Stillson, Richard W.          3    Tu           5:30P     8:10P
  5289   PSY    253 1         Multicultural Issues              Groce Jr., Charles            3	 Online
  8103   PSY    253 2         Multicultural Issues              Villegas, Diana L.            3    W            5:30P     8:10P
radiography
  4396 RAD 102         1      Radiography Seminar II            Creech, Paul G.               4        W        8:45A    11:15A
                                                                                                        F       8:45A    11:15A
  4398 RAD 191         1 Radiography Clinical II                Dillon, Karen                 2      Tu, Th     8:00A     3:00P
  4399 RAD 202         1 Radiography Seminar V                  Creech, Paul G.               4        Tu       8:45A    11:15A
                                                                                                       Th       8:45A    11:15A
  6015 RAD 222         1 Radiobology & Protection               Creech, Paul G.               3        M        8:45A    11:25A
  4400 RAD 289         1 Radiography Clinical V                 Dillon, Karen                 3      M, W, F    8:00A     3:00P
Science
  8225 SCI 200         1      Forensic Science                  Swider, Kristen S.            3       M, W      3:00P     4:15P
Sociology
  3337   SOC    101    1      Principles of Sociology           White, Michelle               3     F          10:00A 12:40P
  3339   SOC    101    2      Principles of Sociology           White, Michelle               3 Tu, Th         11:40A 1:00P
  7065   SOC    101    3      Principles of Sociology           Ricardo, Josiah               3	 Online
  6727   SOC    101    4      Principles of Sociology           Wilder-Jackson, Jennifer      3     M           7:05P     9:45P
  7624   SOC    101    5      Principles of Sociology           French, Sharman H.            3	 Online
  3345   SOC    101    6      Principles of Sociology           Ricardo, Josiah               3   M, W          8:30A     9:50A
  3347   SOC    101    7      Principles of Sociology           White, Michelle               3 Tu, Th          8:30A     9:50A
  3348   SOC    101    8      Principles of Sociology           Adams-Roberts, Sabrina        3 Tu, Th          5:30P     6:50P
  8171   SOC    101    9      Principles of Sociology           De Hoyos, Flor M.             3    W            7:05P     9:45P
  8134   SOC    101   10      Principles of Sociology           Woods, Andrew                 3   M, W         11:40A     1:00P
  4584   SOC    101   11      HONORS: Principles of Sociology   White, Michelle               3 Tu, Th         10:05A    11:25A
  5291   SOC    101   12      Principles of Sociology           Williams, Roxanne R.          3 Tu, Th          7:05P     8:25P
  7625   SOC    101   13      Principles of Sociology           Reyes, Loida                  3    Sat         11:30A     2:10P
  7626   SOC    101   15      Principles of Sociology           Amaral, Richard E.            3   M, W         10:05A    11:25A
  7858   SOC    101   16      Principles of Sociology           Porter, Kelly M.              3     F           9:00A    11:40A
  4709   SOC    117    1      Minorities in the U.S.            Harris, Stephanie             3    Tu           7:05P     9:45P
  7720   SOC    117    2      Minorities in the U.S.            Brown, Karen R.               3    Sat          8:30A    11:10A
  3354   SOC    201    1      Contemporary Social Issues        Villegas, Diana L.            3     M           7:05P     9:45P
  7627   SOC    201    2      Contemporary Social Issues        Woods, Andrew                 3   M, W          1:15P     2:35P
  4975   SOC    210    1      Sociology of the Family           Carrasquillo, Helena          3    Th           7:05P     9:45P
  8172   SOC    210    2      Sociology of the Family           Patterson, Yvonne O.          3 Tu, Th          1:15P     2:35P
  8135   SOC    216    1      Health & Aging                    Leach, Joan A.                3   M, W          1:15P     2:35P
  8136   SOC    217    1      Introduction to Gerontology       Leach, Joan A.                3 Tu, Th          1:15P     2:35P

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                                                                                             Time      Time    Studio/
  CRN Subj No. Sect.                Course Title            Instructor       Credits Day/s   Start      End    Lab Fee
  6730   SOC   235 1 Introduction to Social Welfare   Woods, Andrew            3     M        7:05P 9:45P
  8173   SOC   235 2 Introduction to Social Welfare   Amaral, Richard E.       3    M, W     11:40A 1:00P
  6020   SOC   285 1 Community Organization           Lewis, Cornell           3    M, W     10:05A 11:25A
  6833   SOC   285 2 Community Organization           Woods, Andrew            3     W        7:05P 9:45P
Spanish
  3472   SPA   101   1   Elementary Spanish I         Juarbe, Ivette           3    M, W     11:40A    1:00P
  3473   SPA   101   2   Elementary Spanish I         Colon, Emma              3    Tu, Th   11:40A    1:00P
  3474   SPA   101   3   Elementary Spanish I         Romano, Orazio S.        3      F       5:30P    8:10P
  3475   SPA   101   4   Elementary Spanish I         Romano, Orazio S.        3     Sat      8:30A   11:10A
  8189   SPA   101   5   Elementary Spanish I         Perez-Silva, Glaisma     3      M       5:30P    8:10P
  3477   SPA   101   6   Elementary Spanish I         Colon, Emma              3    Tu, Th   10:05A   11:25A
  3480   SPA   102   2   Elementary Spanish II        Juarbe, Ivette           3    M, W      1:15P    2:35P
  7148   SPA   102   3   Elementary Spanish II        Diez, Marta P.           3    M, W      5:30P    6:50P
  8125   SPA   102   4   Elementary Spanish II        STAFF                    3     Sat      9:00A   11:20A
  8126   SPA   102   5   Elementary Spanish II        Perez-Silva, Glaisma     3    Tu, Th    5:30P    6:50P
  8187   SPA   102   6   Elementary Spanish II        Zuniga, Alina            3    M, W      8:30A    9:45A
  8188   SPA   201   1   Intermediate Spanish I       Zuniga, Alina            3    M, W     10:00A   11:15A
Theater
  7670 THR 101       1   Introduction to Theater      Pinchin, Katerina        3      W       6:00P    8:40P




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                                                   Online Learning
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                         Online Courses Spring 2011
       All Online Learning courses, and many on-campus courses, use Blackboard Vista, a powerful internet classroom management
       platform. Blackboard Vista provides a rich, multimedia experience by combining text, graphics, computer documents, and audio/video
       in an easy-to-learn web-based environment. Faculty and students use Blackboard Vista’s communication and learning tools, such as
       course e-mail, discussion boards, chat rooms, electronic testing, and gradebook functions.

CRN       Dept     No.    Sect.                   Course Title                                Instructor            Credits
6198      ART 100          3       Art Appreciation                                       Sailor, Amy                  3
7136      ART 100          4       Art Appreciation                                       Valentin, Pedro              3
6780      BBG 210          2       Business Communications                                Sochacki, Julie C.           3
5246      BBG 231          4       Business Law I                                         Misenti, Nicholas C          3
3603      BIO 260          1       Genetics                                               Rakoczy, John C.             3
8148      BMG 210          1       Organizational Behavior                                La Guardia, Nancy P          3
6629      BMG 220          1       Human Resources Management                             Thornton, Mary Jean          3
8190      CJS 101          6       Introduction to Criminal Justice                       Kureczka, Arthur             3
6707      CJS 102          1       Corrections                                            Jordan, Carl H.              3
7616      CJS 201          1       Criminology                                            STAFF                        3
7642      COM 101          1       Introduction to Mass Communication                     Thomassen, Jennifer          3
3085      CSA 105          12      Introduction to Software Applications                  Pryor, Beth A.               3
6851      CSA 105          34      Introduction to Software Applications                  Pryor, Beth A.               3
8201      CSA 105          42      Introduction to Software Applications                  Brown, Winchester F          3
3127      CSA 163           2      The Internet                                           Kreisberg, Bruce             3
7121      CSA 205           1      Advanced Applications                                  Ligon, Michael E.            3
3067      CSC 101           1      Introduction to Computers                              Ligon, Michael E.            3
7123      CST 125           1      Help Desk Concepts                                     Moses, Jay                   3
3131      CST 171           1      LAN System Managemen                                   Ferraro, Roger               3
7073      ECN 101           2      Principles of Macroeconomics                           Strong, Theresa M.           3
8149      EMR 101           1      Principles/Processes Emer Mgmt & Homeland Security     Austin, William H.           3
8152      EMS 102           1      Emergency Medical Services Education II                DeVito, Theresa R.           3
8153      EMS 103           1      Emergency Medical Services Education III               DeVito, Theresa R.           3
7140      ENG 101          15      Composition                                            Lane, Elizabeth A.           3
7725      ENG 101          16      Composition                                            Petoskey, Indira A.          3
3445      ENG 102          12      Literature & Composition                               Christie, John S.            3
7839      ENG 102          17      Literature & Composition                               Petoskey, Indira A.          3
4691      ENG 253           2      Hispanic-American Literature                           Christie, John S.            3
6930      ENG 281           2      Creative Writing                                       DiMaggio, Kenneth            3
7620      GEO 102           1      Introduction to Human Geography                        Wheeler, Aaron K.            3
3271      HIS 102           2      Western Civilization II                                Ballinger, Allan J.          3
8169      HIS 122           2      World Civilization II                                  Lawson, Marcus G.            3
5296      HIS 202           3      U.S. History II                                        Ratliff, Thomas              3
6165      HIS 217           2      African-American History                               Lawson, Marcus G.            3
7708      MAT 137          31      Intermediate Algebra                                   STAFF                        3
7712      MAT 167           4      Principles of Statistics                               Freeman, André L.            3
7085      NUR 103           1      Pharmacology for Families                              DuClos-Miller, Patricia      1
                                   Across the Lifespan
7613      NUR     204       1      (A) Pharmacology Complex Needs                         Konieczny, Leona K.          1
8166      NUR     204       2      (B) Pharmacology Complex Needs                         Cerone, Lori S.              1
8183      NUR     205       1      (A) Nursing Management & Trends                        Rosa, Julia M.               2



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                    Online Courses Spring 2011
CRN    Dept   No.   Sect.               Course Title             Instructor         Credits
7614    NUR 205      2      (B) Nursing Management & Trends   Bunting, Dawn R.         2
8119    PHL 101      2      Introduction to Philosophy        Bogle-Assegai, Femi      3
8127    POL 111      2      American Government               Maxfield, Derek          3
6716    PSY 111      2      General Psychology I              Domenitz, Linda B.       3
3315    PSY 111      10     General Psychology I              Martinez, Lilliam        3
4590    PSY 111      12     General Psychology I              Groce Jr., Charles       3
8101    PSY 112       1     General Psychology II             Wolf, Lisa C.            3
7836    PSY 201       2     Life Span Development             Fagbemi, Stephen O.      3
6723    PSY 201       6     Life Span Development             Martinez, Lilliam        3
6724    PSY 201       7     Life Span Development             Fagbemi, Stephen O.      3
7732    PSY 204       1     Child/Adolescent Development      Fagbemi, Stephen O.      3
7076    PSY 245       3     Abnormal Psychology               Martinez, Lilliam        3
5289    PSY 253       1     Multicultural Issues              Groce Jr., Charles       3
7065    SOC 101       3     Principles of Sociology           Ricardo, Josiah          3
7624    SOC 101       5     Principles of Sociology           French, Sharman H.       3




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               Learning Communities Spring 2011
               New student? Join a Learning Community and complete your non-credit course requirements sooner!
               A Learning Community links two or three interdisciplinary courses within an interactive environment.
               Tutoring support, referred to as Power Hours, is an integral component of all Learning Communities.

CRn	 Dept	 no.	 Sect.	           Course	title	                  instructor	          Credit	     Day/s	      Start	time	 end	time

4935 ENG 003       1     LC-1: Foundations of Reading          Durham, Christine Y      3         M, W          8:30A     9:50A
3392 ENG 013       1     LC-1: Writing Foundationsations       STAFF                    3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
3397 ENG 003       2     LC-2: Foundations of Reading          Durham, Christine Y      3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
6652 ENG 013       2     LC-2: Writing Foundationsations       STAFF                    3         M, W          8:30A     9:50A
5303 ENG 003       3     LC-3: Foundations of Reading          Lamkins, Kevin L.        3         M, W         11:40A     1:00P
6654 ENG 013       3     LC-3: Writing Foundations             Scruse, Billie C.        3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
5305 ENG 013       4     LC-4: Writing Foundations             Farbman, Evelyn C.       3         M, W         11:40A     1:00P
7155 ENG 003       4     LC-4: Foundations of Reading          Farbman, Evelyn C.       3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
7605 ENG 003       5     LC-5: Foundations of Reading          Rubenzahl, Stephani      3         M, W          7:05P     8:25P
7401 ENG 013       5     LC-5: Writing Foundations             Palazzi, Katie A.        3         M, W          5:30P     6:50P
7138 ENG 003       6     LC-6: Foundations of Reading          Jebian, Wayne L.         3        Tu, Th        10:05A    11:25A
3389 ENG 013       6     LC-6: Writing Foundations             Thomassen, Jennifer      3        Tu, Th         8:30A     9:50A
3399 ENG 003       7     LC-7: Foundations of Reading          Durham, Christine Y      3        Tu, Th        11:40A     1:00P
6653 ENG 013       7     LC-7: Writing Foundations             Lamkins, Kevin L.        3        Tu, Th        10:05A    11:25A
4936 ENG 003       8     LC-8: Foundations of Reading          STAFF                    3        Tu, Th         5:30P     6:50P
3394 ENG 013       8     LC-8: Writing Foundations             Reliford, Renee Y.       3        Tu, Th         7:05P     8:25P
3406 ENG 043       9     LC-9: Writing: Paragraph to Essay     STAFF                    3        Tu, Th         8:30A     9:50A
6101 ENG 073       9     LC-9: Academic Reading                STAFF                    3        Tu, Th        10:05A    11:25A
3407 ENG 043      10     LC-10: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Lamkins, Kevin L.        3        Tu, Th        10:05A    11:25A
6105 ENG 073      10     LC-10: Academic Reading               Peters, Jacqueline       3        Tu, Th        11:40A     1:00P
7397 ENG 043      11     LC-11: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Hughes, Tanya A.         3        Tu, Th         7:05P     8:25P
7396 ENG 073      11     LC-11: Academic Reading               Lombard, Rosemary L      3        Tu, Th         5:30P     6:50P
3410 ENG 043      13     LC-12: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Lamkins, Kevin L.        3         M, W          4:00P     5:20P
6103 ENG 073      13     LC-12: Academic Reading               Hughes, Charles R.       3         M, W          5:30P     6:50P
5308 ENG 043      14     LC-13: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Dickerson Jr, Josep      3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
6104 ENG 073      14     LC-13: Academic Reading               Kline, Judith            3         M, W         11:40A     1:00P
6900 ENG 043      15     LC-14: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    STAFF                    3         M, W          8:30A     9:50A
6102 ENG 073      15     LC-14: Academic Reading               Babatunji, Hassan S      3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
7400 ENG 043      16     LC-15: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Lamkins, Kevin L.        3         M, W         10:05A    11:25A
6231 ENG 073      16     LC-15: Academic Reading               Guerriere, Carl          3         M, W          8:30A     9:50A
7418 ENG 043      17     LC-16: Writing: Paragraph to Essay    Dickerson Jr, Josep      3        Tu, Th        11:40A     1:00P
7602 ENG 073      17     LC-16: Academic Reading               Peters, Jacqueline       3        Tu, Th         1:15P     2:35P



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A Student’s Story by Cesar Delgado
Arriving in Hartford from Puerto        with an associate’s degree in
Rico in 2004, I had culture shock.      Management and am working
Fortunately, I made a smart decision    towards my bachelor’s degree in
that changed the course of my           International Business at Central
life: walking through the doors of      Connecticut State University’s
Capital Community College.              School of Business. I am also
                                        working at the Travelers in Human
The first step was taking the
                                        Resources, where I plan to grow
placement test for ESL (English-
                                        my career in the company. I first
as-a-second-language). The test
                                        entered Travelers through the
determines what level class a
                                        Capital Crossroads to Careers
student needs to start in, which for
                                        program, also known as C3. The
me was level 2. I struggled at times,
                                        Capital Community College
and when I advanced to level 4
                                        C3 program, in partnership
classes I became so discouraged I
                                        with and funded through
almost quit.
                                        Travelers, provides students with
Nancy Caddigan, the coordinator         professional work experience and
at the time, was a tremendous           on-the-job training through paid
support and mentor, helping me          internships.
learn how to network with others,
                                        Through all of these experiences
providing opportunities for me to
                                        I have learned that it is a sign of                   Cesar Delgado
meet many different people, and
                                        strength, not weakness, to reach
generally keeping my mind and
                                        out to people and seek help.
spirit together! With Nancy and
                                        I’ve learned the importance of                  For information on ESL,
the ESL tutors’ encouragement, my
                                        asking questions, and the value                  contact Carl Guerriere
communication skills improved and
                                        of networking. It’s all about                     at 860-906-5203 or
I became motivated to do well and                                                   cguerriere@ccc.commnet.edu.
                                        having the right people behind
pursue a career. There is no doubt                                                     To learn more about the
                                        you and finding a personal and
in my mind that without them, I                                                           C3 program contact
                                        professional mentor. Capital and             Cathy Zizka at 860-906-5143
would not be where I am today.
                                        Travelers were there for me, and             or czizka@ccc.commnet.edu
I graduated from Capital last May       that placed me on the right path.



                                    IF YOU HAVE GRAMMAR qUESTIONS . . .
                                                                                                  ‘ or “ ?
      : or ; ?                           h?
                       that      or whic                               is or are ?

                              Go	to	www.ccc.commnet.edu	and	look	for	the	link	to	our	fAmOuS

                             Guide to Grammar and Writing                                          its or it
                                           on	the	lower	left		side	of	the	screen.                              ’s ?

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             Get a head start on your future
               at Capital’s Career Center!




located	in	Room	209,	Capital’s	Career	Center	provides	students	with	academic	and	vocational	
planning	assistance,	including	career	assessment	and	counseling,	resume	and	cover	letter	
preparation,	and	interview	training	through	role-playing	and	practice.	
The Career Center also helps place students into paid and unpaid internships and part-time and full-time temporary and
permanent jobs. An online job board, College Central Network (aka CCN), comprised of students, alumni and employers serves
as a network for all of these groups. It is strongly suggested that students register with the Career Center database early in
their academic experience. Doing this guarantees that they will receive the weekly e-mails that transmit opportunities for
employment, internships, events and scholarships. To access CCN opportunities, you can register online by going to Capital’s
website	www.ccc.commnet.edu,	click on College Departments under the Main Menu on the left>Student Services>Career
Development and scroll down to College Central Network. If you prefer, we can guide you through the process in person.
The Career Center is also the hub for the Capital chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, one of the most
popular clubs at the college. Stop by the Career Center to find out more about it!


Come on in and make yourself at home!
       For students who are coming into the Career Center for the first time, appointments are highly recommended.
     Call 860-906-5108, e-mail ldomenitz@ccc.commnet.edu, or stop by Room 209 in person to arrange for a meeting.


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                  — Grow Your Career —
      With Capital’s Continuing Education, Economic and
             Community Development Division!

                                                           Capital Community College’s Division of
                                                           Continuing Education, Economic and
                                                           Community Development can help grow
                                                           your career in a host of fields where job
                                                           opportunities abound.
                                                          From short-term Workforce Training Certificates
                                                          to offerings in cutting-edge, in-demand areas
                                                          like Insurance & Financial Service, Nursing &
                                                          Allied Healthcare, construction management,
                                                          green technology, business strategies for
                                                          difficult economic times, and generational
                                                          workforce, we have a proven record in
     delivering courses that include workforce training, computer and professional development.
     We offer off-campus locations and flexible scheduling. Customized training is always available —
     call us to talk about what you need.



  Full Scholarships                 If you are currently receiving food stamps, you may be eligible

    Available for                                                                      GROW YOUR CARE
                                    to receive a full scholarship for training programs leading to a
                                    new career.
                                                                 With Capital’s Continuing Education, Econom
   New Training                     ➤ Coming soon – Capital Community College’s HIT Program
                                                                                         Development Division!
                                      will provide training in the fast growing field of health
   Opportunities!                                         Capital
                                      information technology Community College’s (CCC) Division of Continuing Education, Econo
                                                         (CE) can help grow your career in a host of fields where job opportunities
                                                         From short-term, Workforce                                        Insuran
                                    ➤ Inquire about our innovative Transition To Training Certificates to cutting edge Develop
                                                                                      College Program,
                                                         high demand Nursing & Allied Healthcare programs, Professional
                                                          Courses, Education has a proven track record of
                                      Accelerated CreditContinuing Workplace English-as-a-Second-delivering courses tha
                                                         employment, advancement and/or personal growth.
                                      Language and much more.
                                                         Customized training is always available, and with Fall 2010 comes a host
                                                         opportunities in some of the fastest growing industries in the country inc
                                                         generational workforce, business strategies for difficult economic times


         For a complete list of                                  Be automatically notified of the       For a comp
 Continuing Education non-credit,                              latest Continuing Education news,          Educatio
                                                           Get the latest on Continuing Education by
                                                                 course offerings & discounts courses,   winter an
credit, winter and late-start courses,                                                                          pl
                                                                     becoming a becoming our
                                                            discounts and news by ‘FAN’ of our ‘FAN’ on
 please call the Capital Community                                                                        Capital C
   College Continuing Education                                                                          Continuing
       Office at 860-906-5130                                                                                                      860
  or visit www.ccc.commnet.edu                              page @
                                                            www.facebook.com/capitalcollegece
                                                              www.facebook.com/capitalcollegece                          www.cc

                                                                                                        Full Scholar
                                                                                                       For New Train
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                                                                                                           If you are currently receiving f
                                                                                                           receive a full scholarship for o
                                  Join the S.O.U.L Club @ CCC!
                                             A POETRY & DRAMA CLUB
                                                                                                       S.O.U.L. stands for Spoken Out-loud
                                                                                                          Urban Leaders, and is open to
                                                                                                       ALL CCC Students – no experience
                                                                                                         or special knowledge necessary.
                                                                                                              Check the college website
                                                                                                            www.ccc.commnet.edu and
                                                                                                            in-house plasma screens for
                                                                                                          days/times of upcoming weekly
                                                                                                           meetings for Spring semester.
                                                                                                         To find out more, visit the Student
                                                                                                           Activities Office in Room 706.
                                                                                                                  All are welcome!
                                                                                                                   Get real, and
                                                                                                                 express yourself!

                    THE MISSION OF CAPITAL COMMUNIT Y COLLEGE
is to provide access to higher education to the diverse residents of the greater          • Maintaining programs and support services that enable students to develop
Hartford region. The College, an integral part of Hartford’s cultural and economic          academic and professional skills that equip them for ongoing challenges and
district, does this by:                                                                     opportunities;
• Preparing individuals for transfer education and careers through associate              • Fostering a student-centered environment committed to learning and teaching,
  and certificate programs in academic and technical disciplines and workforce              the collegial process, cultural enrichment, and the respectful and vigorous
  training;                                                                                 dialogue which nourishes active participation and service to the community.




Veterans Drop-In Center                                                                                   Text a Librarian!
The drop-in center is a place for veterans to                                                                 have a Question? Text us!
meet each other, to gather information about
VA programs and benefits and to receive peer                                                 Capital’s Library now offers text message reference
support while attending Capital.                                                             services (standard message rates apply).
                                                                                             Here’s how you do it:
       Monday:            8:30 am – 11:30 am
       Tuesday:           8:30 am – 11:30 am                                                   Text us at 66746 and start your question
       Wednesday:         8:30 am – 11:30 am                                                   with “askccc”
                          3:00 pm – 6:00 pm                                                  Example:
      Thursday:           8:30 am – 11:30 am                                                   askccc What are the library hours on Saturdays?
    Stop by room 712 and meet other veterans
               and enjoy a cup of coffee.                                                    We will respond as soon as possible. Save us in
            Office Hours Subject to Change                                                   your contacts and text us questions when you’re
Questions: Call Margaret Abraham at 860-906-5044                                             on the go!
or call the Vets Center at 860-906-5088.


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Graduates — Join the CCC Alumni Association




Hartford State Technical Institute – flatbush – 1960       Greater Hartford Community College – Woodland – 1975




    Greater Hartford Community College – huyshope – 1967


       Did you attend or graduate from
           Capital Community College,
   greater hartford Community College
                               or
      hartford State Technical College?                          Capital Community College – Downtown – 2010




             Alumni Association membership is open to graduates
                     of Capital or its founding institutions.
                       For more information contact the
               Capital Community College Advancement Office
                      950 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103
       Call 860-906-5102 or email CA-AlumniAssoc@ccc.commnet.edu



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                                       Challenge Yourself —
           Take a CCC Honors Course this Spring 2011
          MORE EXPLORATION,
            DEEPER WORK!
        Discover the enjoyment in stretching
          your mind, while improving your
            prospects for internships and
            transferring to a competitive
                  four-year college.

 HONORS COURSES OFFERED:
honors eng 101 (Composition): Read accounts of real people, interesting places, and current events, while learning how
to conduct field research, experiment with writing styles, and produce essays in multiple genres. Wednesday, 1:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Contact: Dr. Daniela Ragusa (860) 906-5202 or dragusa@ccc.commnet.edu
honors eng 102 (literature and Composition): Literature, with its emphasis on the written word, is a medium
for developing and reflecting the other humanities. Students will read and write about works of fiction and poetry that intersect with
music, visual arts, philosophy, theater, and history. Tuesday, 1:15 pm – 3:45 pm.
Contact: Professor Evelyn Farbman (860) 906-5205 or efarbman@ccc.commnet.edu
honors hiS 201 (U.S. history i): Survey of the colonial and revolutionary eras, followed by an examination of basic
nineteenth-century problems such as slavery, sectionalism, and the Civil War. Honors students will have greater opportunity for in-
depth discussion of social and political issues, such as Native American to Anglo-American society, Westward expansion, and national
unity. Monday / Wednesday, 1:15 pm – 2:35 pm. Contact: Professor Marcus Lawson (860) 906-5047 or mlawson@ccc.commnet.edu
honors mAT 167 (Principles of Statistics): Data and statistics are integral in all aspects of our lives. Through individual
and collaborative assignments, students will explore how statistical and mathematical models are used to investigate, understand, and
solve complex social phenomena. Monday / Wednesday, 1:15 pm – 2:35 pm.
Contact: Professor Andre Freeman at (860) 906-5177 or afreeman@ccc.commnet.edu
honors Phl 101 (introduction to Philosophy): Philosophy is a process, a questioning attitude about everything.
Students will look at the philosophical implications of contemporary issues in politics, religion, ethics, education, nature and society.
Tuesday / Thursday, 11:40 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Contact: Professor Femi Bogle-Assegai at (860) 906-5232 or fbogle-assegai@ccc.commnet.edu
honors PSY 111 (general Psychology i): This course is an advanced general psychology course that will provide the
student with an enhanced study of psychology and human behavior. The course will provide students the opportunity to explore
the major subfields and topic areas in psychology, comprehend psychological principals and their application, and critically review
psychological research. The course will survey the historical and major theories, principals, and methodologies of psychology; basic
physiological processes underlying behavior; learning and memory; states of consciousness; motivation and emotion; stress, health, and
adjustment; and social psychology. Monday / Wednesday, 10:05 am –11:25 am.
Contact: Professor Lilliam Martinez (860) 906-5235 or lmartinez@ccc.commnet.edu
honors SoC 101 (Principles of Sociology): Sociology helps students understand others, and equally important,
themselves. This course will emphasize sociological perspectives as they apply to everyday life, covering topics such as culture,
socialization, race, sexual orientation, gender, class, prejudice, and more. Tuesday / Thursday, 10:05 a.m. - 11:25 a.m.
Contact: Professor Michelle White at (860) 906-5104 or mwhite@ccc.commnet.edu

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      Intern at the Connecticut State Capitol
Think politics has nothing to do
with your life? Find out through a
6-credit class.
Learn about state government,
improve your career, and earn
academic credit as a legislative
intern at the State Capitol
this Spring.
If interested, or you have any
questions, contact:
Amy Meisterling, Room 1034, or
Professor Matthew Forrest, Esq.
at 860-833-7745 or
mforrest@ccc.commnet.edu
 950 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103

				
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