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                             Summer 2011




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Experience QC

Dedication
The friendly advisors and talented faculty at Quincy College
make your experience exciting in and out of the classroom. Everyone knows
each other and wants to help you achieve your educational and personal goals.
Steven Simpson | Major: Psychology | Hometown: Plymouth, MA
Quincy College Summer 2011                                                           Table of Contents
Academic Calendar                                                                    Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       1
Summer Session 1                                                                     Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     1
(5–weeks Session & 10-weeks Session)
Classes Begin                       May 25 (5-weeks)                                 Campus Building Locations . . . . . . . .                             1
                                    May 27 (10-weeks)
MW Classes Meet                     May 25 – June 29 (5-weeks)
                                                                                     President’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      2
TR Classes Meet                     May 26 – June 28 (5-weeks)                       Associate Degree &
Classes Meet                        May 27-August 5 (10-weeks)                         Certificate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . .                       2
Add/Drop Period                     May 25 – June 2 (5-weeks)                        New! Summer Science Experience .                                     3
                                    May 27– June 3 (10-weeks)
Memorial Day (College closed)       May 30                                           Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 4
No Classes                          July 1                                           Online Tutoring Services . . . . . . . . . . .                       4
Independence Day Holiday            July 4
(College closed)                                                                     Rent-A-Text Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      4
Last Day to Withdraw to             June 9 (5-weeks)
Receive a Grade of “W”              July 15 (10-weeks)                               Summer Session I Course Listings . .                               6-9
Last Day of Classes                 June 29 (5-weeks)                                Summer Session II Course Listings .                               9-12
                                    August 5 (10-weeks)
                                                                                     Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                13
Summer Session 2
(5-weeks Session & 10-days Session)                                                  Course Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           15-16, 21-27
Classes Begin                       July 6 (5-weeks)                                 Admissions Application
                                    August 9 (10-day)                                  for Matriculating
MW Classes Meet                     July 6 – August 8 (5-weeks)
                                                                                       (Degree/Certificate Seeking)
                                                                                       Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         17-18
TR Classes Meet                     July 7 – August 4 (5-weeks)
10-day Classes Meet                 August 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22     Registration Form
                                                                                       for Matriculating
Add/Drop Period                     July 6 – July 12 (5-weeks)                         (Degree/Certificate Seeking)
                                    August 9 – August 11 (10-days)
                                                                                       Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            19
Last Day to Withdraw to             July 21 (5-weeks)
Receive a Grade of “W”              August 18 (10-days)                              Registration Form
Last Day of Classes                 August 8 (5-weeks)                                 for Non-Matriculating
                                    August 22 (10-days)                                (Non-Degree/Certificate Seeking)
                                                                                       Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            20
Contact Information                                                                  Life Long Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                31
Quincy and          General Information                             800-698-1700     Adult Fitness Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   31
Plymouth            New Student Information                           617-984-1710
Campuses                                                                             Board of Governors &
                    Enrollment Services                              617-984-1650      College Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   33
                    Placement Assessment                              617-984-1710
                                                                                     Accreditation, Student Records Policy
                    Business Office                                  617-984-1630      & Nondiscrimination Policy . . . . . .                            33
                    Financial Aid                                    617-984-1620
                                                                                     Financial Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            35
                    Bookstore                                        617-773-4849
Plymouth Campus Information, Enrollment & Placement                 508-747-0400     New! Biotechnology, Clinical Lab Science
                                                                                       & Media Arts Programs . . . . . . . . .                           35

Campus Building Locations                                                            Refunds and Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      35
North Quincy    Newport Hall, 150 Newport Ave. Ext, North Quincy, MA 02171           Tuition and Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               36
Quincy Center Temple Hall, 17 Temple Street, Quincy, MA 02169
                Saville Hall, 24 Saville Avenue, Quincy, MA 02169
                College Bookstore, 1357 Hancock St., Quincy, MA 02169                MBTA Access
Plymouth        36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228, Plymouth, MA 02360                Quincy College is conveniently located on the MBTA Red Line.
                                                                                     The T stops right outside the door of our Quincy Campus. For
Cover Photo: Ruth Dell                                                               detailed directions to our Quincy and Plymouth campuses, visit
Major:       Natural Science                                                         our website at www.quincycollege.edu.
Hometown: Orlando, FL

Quincy College • 800-698-1700 • www.quincycollege.edu • Summer 2011                                                                                            1
    President’s Message
    Please accept my warm welcome to Quincy College.                       student population as we are of our faculty and staff
                                                                           and I invite you to experience this first hand by taking
    Quincy College has long established traditions:                        courses this summer.
    strong undergraduate education; a firm belief in
    the primacy of the teaching/learning experience; a                     With our established traditions and a strong belief in
    supportive faculty and staff; and service to students                  the success of one student at a time, Quincy College
    from both local communities and foreign countries.                     has been meeting student’s expectations for more
                                                                           than 50 years. On behalf of the College community, I
    I am very proud to have taken over the Presidency                      welcome you and look forward to meeting you during
    of this wonderful institution, which has campuses in                   the summer months.
    Quincy and Plymouth. Here at Quincy College it is
    all about knowing one student at a time. With small                    I encourage you to browse through this bulletin, or
    class sizes and state of art labs and library, students                attend one of our information sessions to learn more
    develop one to one learning relationships with faculty                 about us.
    that help them in achieving their academic and
    personal goals.

    Quincy College is a richly diverse environment where
    every student is respected for his or her potential.
    Students from 95 different countries call Quincy
                                                                               Peter H. Tsaffaras, J.D., President
    College their second home. We are as proud of our


    Mission Statement
    As an open access institution which encourages academic achievement, diversity, economic
    opportunity and lifelong learning, Quincy College facilitates valuable learning relationships
    with students whose educational and professional futures might otherwise remain unrealized.


    Associate Degree                                                                                                 Certificate
    Programs                                                                                                         Programs
    Accounting                           Early Childhood Education            Liberal Arts: Concentration in         Accounting
    Biotechnology & Compliance           Elementary Education Transfer            •	 Behavioral	Science              Computer Science
       (starting in Fall 2011)           Exercise Science/                        •	 English                         Early Childhood Education
    Business Management                     Personal Training*                    •	 History/Government              Exercise Science/
    Business Transfer                    Fine Arts: Concentration in              •	 Humanities                        Personal Training*
    Clinical Laboratory Science              •	 Drama                             •	 Mathematics                     Healthcare Administration
    Computer Administrative Support          •	 Music                             •	 Psychology                      Law Enforcement
    Computer Science: Concentration in       •	 Visual	Arts                       •	 Social	Sciences                 Medical Billing & Coding
        •	 Media	Arts                    General Studies                          •	 Sociology                       Paralegal Studies
        •	 Networking/Career             Healthcare Administration            Natural Science                        Phlebotomy*
        •	 Networking/Transfer              Concentration in                  Nursing*                               Practical Nursing*
    Criminal Justice: Concentration in       •	 Medical	Billing	&	Coding      Paralegal Studies                      Surgical Technology*
        •	 Criminal	Justice	Transfer     Human Services
        •	 Law	Enforcement                                                                                           * Allied Health Programs



2                                                                             Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
 Admissions, Advising, and Enrollment Services

   Enrollment Procedures                                                             Allied Health Admissions
   Students not applying for Allied Health or Clinical Laboratory Science            Allied Health programs at Quincy College are not open enrollment
   programs, must apply as either a matriculating (degree/certificate                programs. These include the Associate Degree in Nursing Program,
   seeking) or a non-matriculating (non-degree/certificate seeking)                  Associate Degree in Exercise Science/Personal Training Program,
   student. This policy is intended to better assist students in                     Practical Nursing Certificate Program, Surgical Technology Certificate
   identifying, planning, and achieving their educational and career goals.          Program, Phlebotomy Certificate Program and Exercise Science/
   Quincy College admits students on a rolling basis, as soon as applica-            Personal Training Certificate Program. Students interested in applying
   tions are complete. For more information regarding the summer 2011                to Allied Health programs at Quincy College are required to pass an
   application process, contact the Admissions Office at 617-984-1710.               admissions exam. Prospective students must also successfully fulfill
                                                                                     certain prerequisites before applying for admission to the program.
                                                                                     Having passed the exam and fulfilled the prerequisite courses,
New Students                                                                         prospective students may apply to the Allied Health Program for
Quincy College is an open enrollment college providing higher educa-                 admission. Students are encouraged to contact Allied Health
tion to students with a high school diploma or GED. Admissions and                   Admissions at 617-984-1710 or visit the Quincy College website
Enrollment Services are available to assist students with all aspects                at www.quincycollege.edu to obtain more information.
of the application and registration process. Students are encouraged
to visit or call the Admissions Office during business hours to learn                Transfer Programs and Agreements
more about Quincy College. Walk-in registration for summer courses                   Most Quincy College credit courses are accepted for transfer to other
is held Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and on                       colleges and universities. Quincy College has agreements with several
Fridays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Students may register now at the                    institutions which allow graduates of some Associate Degree programs
Enrollment Services Office located at Newport Hall in North Quincy,                  to transfer with advanced standing in specific baccalaureate programs.
Room 120 or at the Plymouth Campus located at 36 Cordage Park                        The courses taken at Quincy College count towards the bachelor’s
Circle, Suite 228. All new matriculating (degree/certificate seeking)                degree just as if they had been taken at the four-year school. Quincy
students must submit an Admissions Application and Registration                      College students transfer to a wide variety of colleges and universities
Form (pages 17 to 19), pay an application fee, and complete an assess-               including Bridgewater State University, University of Massachusetts
ment before registering for summer classes. All non-matriculating                    Boston, Suffolk University, Northeastern University, Cambridge College,
(non-degree/certificate seeking) students are not required to complete               Emmanuel College, Lesley College and others. For more information
the Admissions Application. These students need to complete the                      about the college transfer program or to facilitate the transfer of credits
Non-Matriculating (Non-Degree/Certificate Seeking) Students’                         earned at Quincy College, call the Admissions Office at 617-984-1710.
Registration Form (page 20). Quincy College is authorized, under
federal law, to enroll non-immigrant alien students.                                 Pre-College and High School Programs
                                                                                     Quincy College has articulation agreements and dual enrollment
Current Students                                                                     programs with area high schools designed to allow students to earn
Returning students have the following options to register for summer                 college credits while still in high school. These off-campus credit
classes: in person, mail, fax, or online at www.quincycollege.edu.                   classes, which are available at a number of participating area high
Walk-in registration for summer courses is held Monday through                       schools, help students make a smooth transition from high school
Thursday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and on Fridays from 8:00 am to                      to college. In addition, high school students may enroll in courses at
4:00 pm. Students may register now at the Enrollment Services Office                 Quincy College, with permission from their guidance counselor, at a
located at Newport Hall in North Quincy, Room 120 or at the Plymouth                 reduced tuition rate. For a list of participating schools or to learn more
Campus located at 36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228.                                 about the programs, contact the Admissions Office at 617-984-1710.
•	 The	required	registration	form	for	matriculating	(degree/certificate	
   seeking) students is included with this bulletin (page 19).


                                                                                       New!
•	 The	required	registration	form	for	non-matriculating	(non-degree/
   certificate seeking) students is included with this bulletin (page 20).

Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration for all courses.
Cash, personal checks, Discover, MasterCard and Visa are accept-                       Summer Science Experience for Kids
able forms of payment. Please note that Quincy College can not
accept starter checks or checks without an address.                                    This summer, Quincy College is offering a fun, hands-on
                                                                                       science experience during the week of August 15-19 for
Enrollment and Admissions Contact Information                                          students entering 7th and 8th grade. Students will participate
              Quincy Campus                      Plymouth Campus                       in five science-themed days of workshops and experiments
                                                                                       that include topics in chemistry, physics, forensic science and
In Person     150 Newport Avenue Ext. Room 120   36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228
              North Quincy                       Plymouth                              more. Some of the fun activities planned for summer include
                                                                                       solving a murder mystery, using forensic science techniques
Mail          Quincy College                     Quincy College
              Enrollment Services                Enrollment Services
                                                                                       and exploring the science of explosions in our state-of-the-art
              150 Newport Avenue Ext.            36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228     chemistry lab. For more information about Summer Science
              Quincy, MA 02171                   Plymouth, MA 02360                    Experience at Quincy College, contact Matthew Sullivan,
Fax           617-984-1794                       508-747-8169                          Science Lab Coordinator, at 617-984-1763.
Online        www.quincycollege.edu              www.quincycollege.edu
Additional    617-984-1710 or                    508-747-0400
Information   617-984-1650

Quincy College • 800-698-1700 • www.quincycollege.edu • Summer 2011                                                                                                3
    Student Services

    Student Advising                                                          Disability Services
    Quincy College is dedicated to providing students with a course of        The goal of Disability Services at Quincy College is to minimize the
    study that suits their individual needs and schedules. Our Admissions     impact of a student’s disability by providing reasonable accommoda-
    Office is available to assist students in the selection of programs and   tions. Services are determined individually, based on federal guidelines
    courses and to answer any questions about Quincy College. Students        and Quincy College policies. Any student with a documented disability
    may visit the Admissions Office at Newport Hall, Room 121 in North        should contact Susan Bossa, the Executive Director of Student
    Quincy during regular business hours: Monday through Thursday from        Support Services at 617-984-1656, sbossa@quincycollege.edu, to
    8:00 am to 7:00 pm and on Fridays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, or call        ensure that reasonable accommodations may be made. Inquiries
    617-984-1710.                                                             regarding services for students with disabilities or the Americans
                                                                              with Disabilities Act should be forwarded to the Executive Director
    Tutoring Services                                                         of Student Support Services/ADA Coordinator, 24 Saville Avenue,
    Quincy College’s tutoring services help students from all backgrounds     Quincy, MA 02169 or by calling 617-984-1656.
    reach their academic goals by helping them become better learners.
    The Nicastro Learning Center in Quincy and the Tutoring Center in         Library
    Plymouth provide free tutoring services. Both peer and professional       The Francis Anselmo Library is located in Newport Hall, Room 103,
    tutors work with students via drop in hours and appointments.             in North Quincy. Resources in the library include a collection of over
    Tutoring services are available both day and evening hours. We have       23,000 volumes, over 100 periodicals, and audio/visual materials.
    one-on-one tutoring and small-group tutoring in most subject areas        Students may also request materials from area libraries through the
    including English, ESL, Math, Science, Accounting, Computer Science,      college’s inter-library loan program. Online resources include over 20
    Allied Health, and more. We also have tutoring to improve academic        research databases and an electronic book collection, accessible from
    skills, such as writing skills for any subject area, reading comprehen-   the Anselmo Library website (www.quincycollegelibrary.org). The
    sion, study skill strategies, time management, and note taking. Our       library will be open during the summer on Monday through Thursday
    centers feature computer terminals at which students can access self      12 pm to 6 pm, and Friday 10 am - 4pm (excluding holidays). Students
    tutorials and learning software to improve English and math skills. The   may call the Library at 617-984-1680.
    Nicastro Learning Center is located on the Quincy Campus in Newport
    Hall Room 254. Open hours are Monday through Thursday 10am                Bookstore
    to 6pm and Friday 10am to 4pm. Appointments for tutoring at the           The Bookstore is located at 1357 Hancock Street in Quincy Center,
    Plymouth campus are made by calling at 508-747-0400.                      near City Hall. Required textbooks, manuals, supplies and apparel
                                                                              are available at the bookstore. For additional information and hours,
                                                                              contact the bookstore at 617-773-4849 or visit the website at
      Online Tutoring Services                                                www.qc.bkstr.com.
      Quincy College offers Smarthinking online tutoring services to its
      students. Online tutors are available to provide academic support
      in a variety of subjects, including but not limited to Math and           Rent-A-Text Program
      Statistics, Accounting and Economics, Science, and writing                This summer, the college bookstore will offer textbook rentals for
      across the curriculum. Please refer to the college website at             certain qualifying courses. Please refer to the college website at
      www.quincycollege.edu to access Smarthinking online                       www.quincycollege.edu for a list of textbooks that are available
      tutoring services.                                                        through this program.


    Career Center                                                             Parking
    The Career Center at Quincy College provides a comprehensive              Students are required to purchase parking permits to park in the
    approach to career counseling and advisement with a wide array of         Newport Hall parking lot.* Students may purchase permits for the
    services, resources, and programs including: educational and career       entire semester in the Enrollment Office, Newport Hall, Room 120, in
    planning, job searches and placement, resume writing and interviewing     North Quincy. Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
    techniques, and more. Call the Career Center for an appointment at        Students must present their auto registration when applying for a
    617-984-1662.                                                             parking permit. Quincy College is not responsible for theft or damage
                                                                              to students’ property or vehicles. Cars parked without a permit will
    Life Balance Counseling                                                   be ticketed and/or towed at the vehicle owner’s expense. Tickets are
    Life Balance Counseling supports students, in confidence and with         payable to the City of Quincy. There is no reserved parking for Saville
    appropriate referrals, to develop the plans they need to overcome         Hall or Temple Hall in Quincy Center. Students are encouraged to use
    obstacles and achieve their academic goals. The Life Balance Office,      public transportation or park in area garages and on city streets.
    located in Newport Hall, Room 242, North Quincy, is available to          *This policy is subject to change.
    students who may be struggling with personal issues that are causing
    them anxiety or interfering with their academic performance. Life         Food Service
    Balance Counseling is free, confidential, and available to all Quincy     A café, located on the ground floor of Newport Hall in North Quincy,
    College students. To see a counselor, visit the Life Balance Office or    is open from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm. Food is served at the following
    call 617-984-1681.                                                        times: 7:30 am to 10:30 am (breakfast), 10:30 am to 11:30 am (snacks
                                                                              & beverages), 11:30 am to 1:30 pm (lunch), and 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
                                                                              (snacks	&	beverages).	Vending	machines	with	hot	and	cold	snacks	are	
                                                                              also located in the Student Lounge in Newport Hall, the second floor of
                                                                              Saville Hall and the basement of Temple Hall.



4                                                                                 Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
Experience QC

Credentials
Quincy College students are parents, employees, business owners and scholars.
They inspire me every day because they balance so much while working hard to accomplish
their educational goals. I want my students to achieve everything they dream of.
Kenneth Texeira, Ph.D. | Instructor, Psychology | A.S., Cape Cod Community College, B.S., UMASS Amherst, Ph.D., Fordham University
     Session 1—5 Weeks                                                                                                  Session 1—5 Weeks (continued)
    Quincy Campus Courses                                                                                               Quincy Campus Courses
    Course     Sc   Course Title                               Bldg Days    Time               Cr Start   End          Course      Sc   Course Title                            Bldg Days   Time             Cr Start   End

    Accounting                                                                                                         Chemistry
    ACC 101 25 Accounting I                                    N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29                           CHE 103 21 Introduction To Forensic Science      S           TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26   6/28
    ACC 205 21 Managerial Accounting                           N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            CHE 113 21L Introduction To Forensic Science Lab S           T       1:05p   5:05p    1   5/31   6/28
    Allied Health                                                                                                      CHE 121 21 General Chemistry I                   S           MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/25   6/29
    ALH 107 25 Orientation To Health Care                      T T          6:00p 9:00p 1 5/31 6/28                    CHE 121 22 General Chemistry I                   S           TR      1:05p   5:05p    3   5/26   6/28
    ALH 108 25 Basic Life Support & Emergency                  T R          5:00p 8:00p 1 5/26 6/23                    CHE 121 25 General Chemistry I                   S           MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25   6/29
               Skills                                                                                                  CHE 122 21 General Chemistry II                  S           TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26   6/28
    ALH 203 21 Health Care Delivery Systems                    N TR         9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28                    CHE 131 20L General Chemistry I Lab              S           T       9:00a   1:00p    1   5/31   6/28
    Arabic
                                                                                                                       CHE 131 21L General Chemistry I Lab              S           W       1:05p   5:05p    1   5/25   6/22
    ARA 102 21 Arabic II                                       N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            CHE 131 22L General Chemistry I Lab              S           R       9:00a   1:00p    1   5/26   6/23
    Art
                                                                                                                       CHE 131 25L General Chemistry I Lab              S           R       6:00p   10:00p   1   5/26   6/23
    ART 101 21      Basic Drawing                              S    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29         CHE 132 21L General Chemistry II Lab             S           R       1:05p   5:05p    1   5/26   6/23
    ART 103 25      Line, Color & Design                       S    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29         CHE 141 25 Introduction To Chemistry             S           TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/26   6/28
    ART 115 21      Basic Painting                             S    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28         CHE 151 25L Introduction To Chemistry Lab        S           W       6:00p   10:00p   1   5/25   6/22
    ART 119 25      Photography I                              S    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29         CHE 213 21 Organic Chemistry I                   S           TR      9:00a   12:55p   3   5/26   6/28
    ART 201 25      Survey Of Fine Arts                        S    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28         CHE 223 21L Organic Chemistry I Lab              S           W       9:00a   1:00p    1   5/25   6/22
    Biology
                                                                                                                       CHE 223 22L Organic Chemistry I Lab              S           F       1:05p   5:05p    1   5/27   6/24
    BIO 106 21 Nutrition                                      N    MW       9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29         Criminal Justice
    BIO 106 22 Nutrition                                      N    TR       1:05p    5:05p     3   5/26   6/28         CJS 101 21 Introduction To Criminal Justice              N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
    BIO 106 25 Nutrition                                      N    TR       6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28         CJS 105 25 Criminal Evidence & Investigation             N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29
    BIO 111 21 General Biology I                              S    TR       9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28         Computer Science
    BIO 111 25 General Biology I                              S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29         CSI 101 21 Introduction To Computers                     N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29
    BIO 121 21L General Biology I Lab                         S    F        9:00a    1:00p     1   5/27   6/24         CSI 101 25 Introduction To Computers                     N TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28
    BIO 121 25L General Biology I Lab                         S    T        6:00p    10:00p    1   5/31   6/28         CSI 216 21 Computer Concepts                             N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
    BIO 131 20 Anatomy & Physiology I                         S    MW       9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29         Economics
    BIO 131 21 Anatomy & Physiology I                         S    TR       9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28         ECO 201 21 Microeconomics                                N TR        9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
    BIO 131 22 Anatomy & Physiology I                         S    MW       1:05p    5:05p     3   5/25   6/29         Education
    BIO 131 25 Anatomy & Physiology I                         S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29         EDU 101 21 Intro To Early Childhood Education N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29
    BIO 131 26 Anatomy & Physiology I                         S    TR       6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28         English
    BIO 132 21 Anatomy & Physiology II                        S    MW       1:05p    5:05p     3   5/25   6/29         ENG 101 21       English Composition I                   N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 132 25 Anatomy & Physiology II                        S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29         ENG 101 25       English Composition I                   N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 141 18L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    T        1:05p    5:05p     1   5/31   6/28         ENG 102 21       English Composition II                  N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26   6/28
    BIO 141 19L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    W        1:05p    5:05p     1   5/25   6/22         ENG 102 25       English Composition II                  N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 141 20L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    R        1:05p    5:05p     1   5/26   6/23         ENG 111 25       Speech                                  N   TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/26   6/28
    BIO 141 21L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    F        9:00a    1:00p     1   5/27   6/24         ENG 151 21       Shakespeare                             N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26   6/28
    BIO 141 22L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    F        1:05p    5:05p     1   5/27   6/24         ENG 201 21       English Literature I                    N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26   6/28
    BIO 141 25L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    T        6:00p    10:00p    1   5/31   6/28         ENG 201 25       English Literature I                    N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 141 26L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                    S    W        6:00p    10:00p    1   5/25   6/22         ENG 211 21       American Literature I                   N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 142 21L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                   S    W        9:00a    1:00p     1   5/25   6/22         ENG 221 21       World Literature I                      N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 142 25L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                   S    R        6:00p    10:00p    1   5/26   6/23         ENG 221 25       World Literature I                      N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25   6/29
    BIO 151 21 Microbiology                                   S    MW       9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29         ENG 225 25       Creative Writing I                      N   TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/26   6/28
    BIO 151 25 Microbiology                                   S    TR       6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28         French
    BIO 152 21L Microbiology Lab                              S    T        9:00a    1:00p     1   5/31   6/28         FRN 101 21 French I                                      N TR        9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
    BIO 152 22L Microbiology Lab                              S    W        1:05p    5:05p     1   5/25   6/22         Government
    BIO 152 25L Microbiology Lab                              S    W        6:00p    10:00p    1   5/25   6/22         GOV 201 25 American Government                           N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29
    Business
                                                                                                                       GOV 211 25 State & Local Government                      N TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28
    BUS 101 25 Introduction To Business                        N TR         6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28


    Building Codes • T=Temple Hall, 17 Temple Street, Quincy Center • S=Saville Hall, 24 Saville Avenue, Quincy Center • N=Newport Hall, 150 Newport Avenue Ext, North Quincy

6                                                                                                                               Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
 Session 1—5 Weeks (continued)                                                                                       Session 1—5 Weeks
Quincy Campus Courses                                                                                               Plymouth Campus Courses
Course     Sc   Course Title                               Bldg Days    Time               Cr Start   End           Course         Sc   Course Title                          Bldg Days   Time               Cr Start   End

History                                                                                                             Accounting
HIS 101 21 United States History I                         N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28                             ACC 101 23 Accounting I                                  P TR         1:30p 5:30p 3 5/26 6/28
HIS 101 25 United States History I                         N TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                            Allied Health
HIS 111 21 History Of Western Civilization I               N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                             ALH 107 27 Orientation To Health Care                    P TR 6:00p 7:30p 1 5/26 6/28
Italian                                                                                                             ALH 140 23 Medical Terminology                           P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29
ITA 101 21 Italian I                                       N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                             Art
Mathematics                                                                                                         ART 101 23 Basic Drawing                                 P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29
MAT 100 21 College Math                                    N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29          ART 119 23 Photography I                                 P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
MAT 100 25 College Math                                    N    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29          Biology
MAT 103 21 College Algebra                                 N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28          BIO      131   23 Anatomy & Physiology I                 P    MW      9:00a   1:00p     3   5/25    6/29
MAT 103 25 College Algebra                                 N    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28          BIO      131   27 Anatomy & Physiology I                 P    MW      6:00p   10:00p    3   5/25    6/29
MAT 113 25 Precalculus                                     N    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29          BIO      132   23 Anatomy & Physiology II                P    TR      9:00a   1:00p     3   5/26    6/28
MAT 20421 Calculus I B                                     N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     4   5/25   6/29          BIO      132   27 Anatomy & Physiology II                P    TR      6:00p   10:00p    3   5/26    6/28
MAT 207 21 Statistics                                      N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29          BIO      141   23L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab            P    T       9:00a   1:00p     1   5/31    6/28
MAT 207 25 Statistics                                      N    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28          BIO      141   27L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab            P    T       6:00p   10:00p    1   5/31    6/28
Management                                                                                                          BIO      142   23L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab           P    F       9:00a   1:00p     1   5/27    6/24
MGT 201 25 Principles Of Management                        N TR         6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                    BIO      142   27L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab           P    R       1:30p   5:30p     1   5/26    6/23
Music                                                                                                               BIO      151   23 Microbiology                           P    TR      9:00a   1:00p     3   5/26    6/28
MUS 101 21 Fundamentals Of Music                           S    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29          BIO      151   27 Microbiology                           P    MW      6:00p   10:00p    3   5/25    6/29
MUS 102 21 Class Keyboard                                  S    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28          BIO      152   23L Microbiology Lab                      P    R       9:00a   1:00p     1   5/26    6/23
MUS 108 25 Development Of American Jazz                    S    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29          BIO      152   27L Microbiology Lab                      P    R       6:00p   10:00p    1   5/26    6/23
MUS 109 25 History Of Rock                                 S    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28          Business
Paralegal Studies                                                                                                   BUS 101 23 Introduction To Business                      P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29
LAW 201 25 Business Law I                                  N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            BUS 202 23 Principles Of Customer Service                P MW 1:30p 5:30p 3 5/25 6/29
Philosophy                                                                                                          Chemistry
PHL 101 25 Introduction To Philosophy                      N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            CHE 121 27 General Chemistry I                           P    TR      6:00p   10:00p    3   5/26    6/28
PHL 103 21 Medical Ethics                                  N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                             CHE 131 23L General Chemistry I Lab                      P    T       1:30p   5:30p     3   5/31    6/28
Physics                                                                                                             CHE 141 23 Introduction To Chemistry                     P    TR      9:00a   1:00p     3   5/26    6/28
PHY 111 21 General Physics I                               S MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                             CHE 141 27 Introduction To Chemistry                     P    TR      6:00p   10:00p    3   5/26    6/28
PHY 121 21L General Physics I Lab                          S F  9:00a 1:00p 1 5/27 6/24                             CHE 151 23L Introduction To Chemistry Lab                P    W       9:00a   1:00p     1   5/25    6/22
Psychology                                                                                                          CHE 151 27L Introduction To Chemistry Lab                P    W       6:00p   10:00p    1   5/25    6/22
PSY 101 21      General Psychology                         N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28          Criminal Justice
PSY 101 25      General Psychology                         N    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29          CJS 103 27 Criminology                                   P TR         6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28
PSY 103 25      Child Development                          N    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/25   6/29          CJS 109 23 Criminal Law                                  P TR         9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
PSY 203 21      Adolescent Psychology                      N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/26   6/28          Computer Science
PSY 215 25      Abnormal Psychology                        N    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   5/26   6/28          CSA 227 23 Website Design                                P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
PSY 216 21      Growth And Development                     N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   5/25   6/29          CSA 228 27 Graphics Application                          P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29
Sociology                                                                                                           CSI 101 23 Introduction To Computers                     P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
SOC 101 21 General Sociology                               N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                             Economics
SOC 101 25 General Sociology                               N TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                            ECO 201 27 Microeconomics                                P TR         6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28
SOC 112 21 Interpersonal Communication                     N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28                             ECO 202 23 Macroeconomics                                P TR         9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28
Spanish                                                                                                             Education
SPN 101 21 Spanish I                                       N TR         9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28                     EDU 101 23 Intro To Early Childhood Education            P MW 1:30p 5:30p 3 5/25 6/29
SPN 101 25 Spanish I                                       N TR         6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                    EDU 105 27 Curriculum For Preschool Children             P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29




Building Codes • T=Temple Hall, 17 Temple Street, Quincy Center • S=Saville Hall, 24 Saville Avenue, Quincy Center • N=Newport Hall, 150 Newport Avenue Ext, North Quincy • ON=Online • P=Plymouth, 36 Cordage Park Circle,
Suite 228, Plymouth, MA 02360


Quincy College • 800-698-1700 • www.quincycollege.edu • Summer 2011                                                                                                                                                            7
     Session 1—5 Weeks (continued)                                                                                  Session 1— 10 Weeks (continued)
    Plymouth Campus Courses                                                                                        Quincy Campus Courses
    Course      Sc     Course Title                         Bldg Days   Time             Cr Start    End           Course      Sc   Course Title                  Bldg Days   Time            Cr Start   End

    English                                                                                                        BIO 131 11       Anatomy & Physiology I        S    R      1:05p 5:05p     3   5/26   7/28
    ENG 101 23 English Composition I                       P    MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/25    6/29          BIO 132 11       Anatomy & Physiology II       S    T      1:05p 5:05p     3   5/31   8/2
    ENG 101 27 English Composition I                       P    MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25    6/29          BIO 141 11L      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab    S    R      10:00a 1:00p    1   5/26   7/28
    ENG 102 23 English Composition II                      P    MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/25    6/29          BIO 142 11L      Anatomy & Physiology II Lab   S    T      10:00a 1:00p    1   5/31   8/2
    ENG 102 27 English Composition II                      P    TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/26    6/28          BIO 151 11       Microbiology                  S    F      9:00a 1:00p     3   5/27   8/5
    ENG 211 27 American Literature I                       P    MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25    6/29          BIO 152 11L      Microbiology Lab              S    F      1:05p 5:05p     1   5/27   8/5
    Environmental Studies                                                                                          Chemistry
    ENV 101 27 Intro To Environmental Studies              P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29                           CHE 121 11 General Chemistry I                 S M         1:05p 5:05p 3 6/6 8/8
    Government                                                                                                     CHE 121 77 General Chemistry I                 ON                       3 5/27 8/5
    GOV 211 23 State & Local Government                    P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            CHE 131 11L General Chemistry I Lab            S M         10:00a 1:00p 1 6/6 8/8
    GOV 211 27 State & Local Government                    P TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                           Computer Science
    Interdisciplinary Studies                                                                                      CSI 101 76 Introduction To Computers           ON                          3 5/27 8/5
    IDS 165 23 First Year Seminar                          P TR         1:30p 3:00p 1 5/26 6/28                    CSI 101 77 Introduction To Computers           ON                          3 5/27 8/5
    Mathematics                                                                                                    English
    MAT 97     23     Beginning Algebra                    P    MW      1:30p   5:30p    3   5/25    6/29          ENG 90      11   Basic Composition             N T         9:00a 1:00p 3       5/31   8/2
    MAT 100    23     College Math                         P    TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26    6/28          ENG 101     76   English Composition I         ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    MAT 100    27     College Math                         P    TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/26    6/28          ENG 101     77   English Composition I         ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    MAT 103    23     College Algebra                      P    TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26    6/28          ENG 101     78   English Composition I         ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    MAT 207    23     Statistics                           P    TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   5/26    6/28          ENG 102     11   English Composition II        N F         9:00a 1:00p 3       5/27   8/5
    MAT 207    27     Statistics                           P    MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   5/25    6/29          ENG 102     76   English Composition II        ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    Music                                                                                                          ENG 102     77   English Composition II        ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    MUS 101 23 Fundamentals Of Music                       P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28                            ENG 102     78   English Composition II        ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    MUS 109 27 History Of Rock                             P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 6/29                           History
    Psychology                                                                                                     HIS 101 11 United States History I             N F         9:00a 1:00p 3       5/27   8/5
    PSY 101 23 General Psychology                          P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/26 6/28                            HIS 101 76 United States History I             ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    PSY 216 27 Growth And Development                      P TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                           HIS 101 77 United States History I             ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    PSY 230 23 Sport Psychology                            P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            HIS 101 78 United States History I             ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    Sociology                                                                                                      HIS 102 11 United States History II            N F         9:00a 1:00p 3       5/27   8/5
    SOC 101 23 General Sociology                           P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 5/25 6/29                            HIS 102 76 United States History II            ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    SOC 102 27 Contemporary Social Problems                P TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 6/28                           HIS 102 77 United States History II            ON                      3       5/27   8/5
                                                                                                                   HIS 102 78 United States History II            ON                      3       5/27   8/5
                                                                                                                   Mathematics
     Session 1— 10 Weeks                                                                                           MAT90       11   Basic Mathematics             N    R      9:00a       3
                                                                                                                                                                                      1:00p       5/26   7/28

    Quincy Campus Courses                                                                                          MAT95
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    Course    Sc     Course Title                          Bldg Days    Time              Cr Start   End
                                                                                                                   MAT100      11   College Math                  N    F      9:00a       3
                                                                                                                                                                                      1:00p       5/27   8/5
    Accounting
                                                                                                                   MAT103      76   College Algebra               ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    ACC 101 76 Accounting I                                ON                             3 5/27 8/5               MAT103      77   College Algebra               ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    ACC 102 76 Accounting II                               ON                             3 5/27 8/5               MAT103      78   College Algebra               ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    Allied Health
                                                                                                                   MAT113      76   Precalculus                   ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    ALH 140 12 Medical Terminology                         T W          6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 7/27                   MAT113      77   Precalculus                   ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    Art
                                                                                                                   MAT113      78   Precalculus                   ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    ART 229 11 Survey Of American Film                     N F          9:00a 1:00p 3 5/27 8/5                     MAT207      11   Statistics                    N    F      9:00a 1:00p 3       5/27   8/5
    Biology
                                                                                                                   MAT207      76   Statistics                    ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    BIO 106 11 Nutrition                                   S W          1:05p 5:05p 3 5/25 7/27                    MAT207      77   Statistics                    ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    BIO 106 77 Nutrition                                   ON                       3 5/27 8/5                     MAT207      78   Statistics                    ON                      3       5/27   8/5
    BIO 106 78 Nutrition                                   ON                       3 5/27 8/5


    Building Codes • N=Newport Hall, 150 Newport Avenue Ext, North Quincy • ON=Online • P=Plymouth, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228, Plymouth, MA 02360


8                                                                                                                           Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
Session 1—10 Weeks (continued)                                                                                      Session 2—5 Weeks
Quincy Campus Courses                                                                                              Quincy Campus Courses
Course     Sc   Course Title                             Bldg Days     Time               Cr Start    End          Course      Sc    Course Title                           Bldg Days     Time               Cr Start   End

Psychology                                                                                                         Accounting
PSY 101 11      General Psychology                       N F           9:00a 1:00p 3         5/27     8/5          ACC 102 35 Accounting II                                 N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8
PSY 101 76      General Psychology                       ON                         3        5/27     8/5          ACC 206 31 Cost Accounting                               N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
PSY 101 77      General Psychology                       ON                         3        5/27     8/5          Allied Health
PSY 101 78      General Psychology                       ON                         3        5/27     8/5          ALH 107 35 Orientation To Health Care                    T R           6:00p 9:00p 3 7/7 8/4
PSY 103 12      Child Development                        N T           6:00p 10:00p 3        5/31     8/2          Art
Sociology                                                                                                          ART 102 31        Advanced Drawing                       S    TR       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4
SOC 101    12   General Sociology                        N R           6:00p 10:00p 3        5/26     7/28         ART 116 35        Advanced Painting                      S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8
SOC 101    76   General Sociology                        ON                         3        5/27     8/5          ART 119 31        Photography I                          S    TR       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4
SOC 101    77   General Sociology                        ON                         3        5/27     8/5          ART 120 35        Photography II - Photojournalism       S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8
SOC 101    78   General Sociology                        ON                         3        5/27     8/5          ART 202 35        Survey Of Fine Arts II                 S    TR       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/7    8/4
                                                                                                                   ART 230 35        Art & Society                          S    TR       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/7    8/4
                                                                                                                   Biology
 Session 1—10 Weeks                                                                                                BIO 106 35 Nutrition                                     N    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8
                                                                                                                   BIO 111 31 General Biology I                             N    MW       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8
Plymouth Campus Courses                                                                                            BIO 112 35 General Biology II                            S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8
Course     Sc   Course Title                            Bldg Days    Time               Cr Start     End
                                                                                                                   BIO 121 31L General Biology I Lab                        S    R        9:00a    1:00p     1   7/7    8/4
Allied Health                                                                                                      BIO 122 35L General Biology II Lab                       S    T        6:00p    10:00p    1   7/12   8/9
ALH 115 18 Pharmacology                                 P W          6:00p 10:00p 3 5/25 8/3                       BIO 131 31 Anatomy & Physiology I                        S    MW       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8
Art                                                                                                                BIO 131 35 Anatomy & Physiology I                        S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8
ART 115 17 Basic Painting                               P W          9:00a 1:00p        3 5/25 8/3                 BIO 132 31 Anatomy & Physiology II                       S    MW       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8
Biology                                                                                                            BIO 132 32 Anatomy & Physiology II                       S    TR       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4
BIO 106 75 Nutrition                                    ON                              3 5/27 8/5                 BIO 132 35 Anatomy & Physiology II                       S    TR       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/7    8/4
BIO 131 17 Anatomy & Physiology I                       P R          1:30p 5:30p        3 5/26 7/28                BIO 132 36 Anatomy & Physiology II                       S    TR       1:05p    5:00p     3   7/7    8/4
BIO 141 17L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                  P W          1:30p 5:30p        1 5/25 8/3                 BIO 141 31L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                   S    W        1:05p    5:05p     1   7/6    8/3
Computer Science                                                                                                   BIO 141 32L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                   S    F        9:00a    1:00p     1   7/8    8/5
CSI 101 75 Introduction To Computers                    P F          9:00a 1:00p        3 5/27 8/5                 BIO 141 35L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                   S    R        6:00p    10:00p    1   7/7    8/4
CSA 150 17 Introduction To Video                        P F          9:00a 1:00p        3 5/27 8/5                 BIO 142 30L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                  S    M        9:00a    1:00p     1   7/11   8/8
English                                                                                                            BIO 142 31L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                  S    M        1:05p    5:05p     1   7/11   8/8
ENG 90 17 Basic Composition                             P F          9:00a 1:00p  3         5/27     8/5           BIO 142 32L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                  S    R        1:05p    5:05p     1   7/7    8/4
ENG 101 75 English Composition I                        ON                        3         5/27     8/5           BIO 142 35L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                  S    M        6:00p    10:00p    1   7/11   8/8
ENG 102 75 English Composition II                       ON                        3         5/27     8/5           BIO 142 36L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                  S    W        6:00p    10:00p    1   7/6    8/3
ENG 231 18 Modern Novel                                 P W          6:00p 10:00p 3         5/25     8/3           BIO 151 31 Microbiology                                  S    TR       9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4
History                                                                                                            BIO 151 35 Microbiology                                  S    MW       6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8
HIS 101 75 United States History I                      ON                              3 5/27 8/5                 BIO 152 31L Microbiology Lab                             S    W        9:00a    1:00p     1   7/6    8/3
Mathematics                                                                                                        BIO 152 32L Microbiology Lab                             S    R        1:05p    5:05p     1   7/7    8/4
MAT 103 75 College Algebra                              ON                              3 5/27 8/5                 BIO 152 33L Microbiology Lab                             S    F        9:00a    1:00p     1   7/8    8/5
MAT 207 17 Statistics                                   P T          9:00a 1:00p        3 5/31 8/9                 BIO 152 35L Microbiology Lab                             S    W        6:00p    10:00p    1   7/6    8/3
MAT 207 75 Statistics                                   ON                              3 5/27 8/5                 BIO 152 36L Microbiology Lab                             S    R        6:00p    10:00p    1   7/7    8/4
Music                                                                                                              Business
MUS 102 18 Class Keyboard                               P R          6:00p 10:00p 3 5/26 7/28                      BUS 202 31 Principles Of Customer Service                N TR          9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
Paralegal Studies                                                                                                  BUS 220 35 Principles Of Customer Service                N TR          6:00p 10:00p 3 7/7 8/4
LAW 215 18 Legal Research & Writing                     P MW 6:00p 10:00p 6 5/25 8/8
Psychology
PSY 101 75 General Psychology                           ON                              3 5/27 8/5
Sociology
SOC 101 75 General Sociology                            ON                              3 5/27 8/5

Building Codes • T=Temple Hall, 17 Temple Street, Quincy Center • S=Saville Hall, 24 Saville Avenue, Quincy Center • N=Newport Hall, 150 Newport Avenue Ext, North Quincy • ON=Online • P=Plymouth, 36 Cordage Park Circle,
Suite 228, Plymouth, MA 02360


Quincy College • 800-698-1700 • www.quincycollege.edu • Summer 2011                                                                                                                                                           9
      Session 2—5 Weeks (continued)                                                                                     Session 2—5 Weeks (continued)
     Quincy Campus Courses                                                                                              Quincy Campus Courses
     Course     Sc    Course Title                             Bldg Days    Time               Cr Start   End           Course      Sc   Course Title                         Bldg Days   Time             Cr Start   End

     Chemistry                                                                                                          History
     CHE 121    31    General Chemistry I                      S    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4           HIS 101     31   United States History I              N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
     CHE 122    31    General Chemistry II                     S    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8           HIS 101     35   United States History I              N   TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/7    8/4
     CHE 122    35    General Chemistry II                     S    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8           HIS 102     31   United States History II             N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
     CHE 131    31L   General Chemistry I Lab                  S    W       9:00a    1:00p     1   7/6    8/3           HIS 102     35   United States History II             N   TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/7    8/4
     CHE 132    31L   General Chemistry II Lab                 S    R       9:00a    1:00p     1   7/7    8/4           HIS 111     31   History Of Western Civilization I    N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
     CHE 132    35L   General Chemistry II Lab                 S    R       6:00p    10:00p    1   7/7    8/4           HIS 112     35   History Of Western Civilization II   N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8
     CHE 141    31    Introduction To Chemistry                S    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8           Italian
     CHE 141    35    Introduction To Chemistry                S    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   7/7    8/4           ITA 102 31 Italian II                                 N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
     CHE 151    31L   Introduction To Chemistry Lab            S    W       1:05p    5:05p     1   7/6    8/3           Mathematics
     CHE 151    35L   Introduction To Chemistry Lab            S    W       6:00p    10:00p    1   7/6    8/3           MAT 100 31       College Math                         N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
     CHE 214    31    Organic Chemistry II                     S    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4           MAT 103 31       College Algebra                      N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
     CHE 224    31L   Organic Chemistry II Lab                 S    F       1:05p    5:05p     1   7/8    8/5           MAT 103 35       College Algebra                      N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8
     Chinese                                                                                                            MAT 113 31       Precalculus                          N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
     CHN 102 31 Chinese II                                     N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8                               MAT 207 31       Statistics                           N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
     Criminal Justice                                                                                                   MAT 207 35       Statistics                           N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8
     CJS 103 31 Criminology                                    N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4                               Marketing
     CJS 113 35 Drugs & Society                                N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8                              MKT 201 35 Principles Of Advertising                  N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8
     Computer Science                                                                                                   Music
     CSI 101 31 Introduction To Computers                      N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4                               MUS 103 31 Music Theory I                             S TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
     CSI 101 35 Introduction To Computers                      N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8                              MUS 107 35 Music Appreciation                         S MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8
     CSI 107 31 C++ Programming                                N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4                               Paralegal Studies
     Economics                                                                                                          LAW 235 35 Business Organization                      N TR        6:00p 10:00p 3 7/7 8/4
     ECO 202 31 Macroeconomics                                 N TR         9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4                       Philosophy
     Education                                                                                                          PHL 101 31 Introduction To Philosophy                 N TR        9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
     EDU 105 31 Curriculum For Preschool Children N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8                                            Physics
     English                                                                                                            PHY 112 31 General Physics II                         S MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
     ENG 101 31       English Composition I                    N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8           PHY 122 31L General Physics II Lab                    S F  9:00a 1:00p 1 7/8 8/5
     ENG 101 32       English Composition I                    N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4           Psychology
     ENG 101 35       English Composition I                    N    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   7/7    8/4           PSY 101 31       General Psychology                   N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
     ENG 102 31       English Composition II                   N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8           PSY 101 35       General Psychology                   N   TR      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/7    8/4
     ENG 102 32       English Composition II                   N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4           PSY 103 31       Child Development                    N   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
     ENG 102 35       English Composition II                   N    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8           PSY 215 31       Abnormal Psychology                  N   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
     ENG 111 31       Speech                                   N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4           PSY 290 35       Intro To Social Psychology           N   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8
     ENG 202 31       English Literature II                    N    TR      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/7    8/4           Sociology
     ENG 211 35       American Literature I                    N    TR      6:00p    10:00p    3   7/7    8/4           SOC 101 31 General Sociology                          N TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
     ENG 212 31       American Literature II                   N    MW      9:00a    1:00p     3   7/6    8/8           SOC 101 35 General Sociology                          N MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8
     ENG 222 35       World Literature II                      N    MW      6:00p    10:00p    3   7/6    8/8           Spanish
     French                                                                                                             SPN 101 31 Spanish I                                  N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
     FRN 102 31 French II                                      N TR         9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4                       SPN 102 35 Spanish II                                 N TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/7 8/4
     Government
     GOV 201 31 American Government                            N MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8




     Building Codes • S=Saville Hall, 24 Saville Avenue, Quincy Center • N=Newport Hall, 150 Newport Avenue Ext, North Quincy


10                                                                                                                               Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
Session 2—5 Weeks                                                                                      Session 2—5 Weeks (continued)
Plymouth Campus Courses                                                                                Plymouth Campus Courses
 Course    Sc   Course Title                            Bldg Days    Time             Cr Start   End   Course    Sc   Course Title             Bldg Days   Time             Cr Start   End

Accounting                                                                                             English
ACC 102 34 Accounting II                               P TR          9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4             ENG 90 34      Basic Composition        P   TR      1:30p   5:30p    3   7/7    8/4
Allied Health                                                                                          ENG 101 34     English Composition I    P   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
ALH 140 34 Medical Terminology                         P MW 1:30p 5:30p 3 7/6 8/8                      ENG 101 38     English Composition I    P   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8
ALH 149 34 Applied A&P For Health Care                 P MW 9:00a 1:00p 4 7/6 8/8                      ENG 102 34     English Composition II   P   MW      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8
           Professions                                                                                 ENG 212 38     American Literature II   P   MW      6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8
Art
                                                                                                       ENG 225 34     Creative Writing I       P   TR      9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
ART 119 34 Photography I                               P TR          9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4             History
Biology
                                                                                                       HIS 101 34 United States History I      P TR        9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
BIO 106 34 Nutrition                                   P    TR       9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4   Interdisciplinary Studies
BIO 131 34 Anatomy & Physiology I                      P    MW       9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8   IDS 165 34 First Year Seminar           P MW 1:30p 3:00p 1 7/6 8/8
BIO 131 38 Anatomy & Physiology I                      P    MW       6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8   Mathematics
BIO 132 34 Anatomy & Physiology II                     P    MW       9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8   MAT100 34 College Math                  P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
BIO 132 38 Anatomy & Physiology II                     P    TR       6:00p   10:00p   3   7/7    8/4   MAT103 38 College Algebra               P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8
BIO 141 34L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                 P    T        9:00a   1:00p    1   7/12   8/9   Psychology
BIO 141 38L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab                 P    T        6:00p   10:00p   1   7/12   8/9   PSY 101 34 General Psychology           P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
BIO 142 33L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                P    R        1:30p   5:30p    1   7/7    8/4   PSY 215 34 Abnormal Psychology          P TR 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
BIO 142 34L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab                P    F        9:00a   1:00p    1   7/8    8/5   PSY 216 38 Growth And Development       P TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/7 8/4
BIO 151 34 Microbiology                                P    MW       9:00a   1:00p    3   7/6    8/8   Sociology
BIO 151 38 Microbiology                                P    MW       6:00p   10:00p   3   7/6    8/8   SOC 150 38 Women In Society             P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8
BIO 152 34L Microbiology Lab                           P    R        9:00a   1:00p    1   7/7    8/4
BIO 152 38L Microbiology Lab                           P    R        6:00p   10:00p   1   7/7    8/4
Business
BUS 202 34 Principles Of Customer Service              P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
Chemistry
CHE 121 38 General Chemistry I                         P    TR       6:00p   10:00p   3   7/7    8/4
CHE 131 34L General Chemistry I Lab                    P    T        1:30p   5:30p    3   7/12   8/9
CHE 141 34 Introduction To Chemistry                   P    TR       9:00a   1:00p    3   7/7    8/4
CHE 141 38 Introduction To Chemistry                   P    TR       6:00p   10:00p   3   7/7    8/4
CHE 151 34L Introduction To Chemistry Lab              P    W        9:00a   1:00p    1   7/6    8/3
CHE 151 38L Introduction To Chemistry Lab              P    W        6:00p   10:00p   1   7/6    8/3
Criminal Justice
CJS 109 38 Criminal Law                                P TR 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/7 8/4
CJS 113 34 Drugs & Society                             P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
Computer Science
CSI 101 34 Introduction To Computers                   P TR          1:30p 5:30p 3 7/7 8/4
Economics
ECO 201 34 Microeconomics                              P TR          9:00a 1:00p 3 7/7 8/4
ECO 202 38 Macroeconomics                              P TR          6:00p 10:00p 3 7/7 8/4
Education
EDU 105 34 Curriculum For Preschool Children P MW 9:00a 1:00p 3 7/6 8/8
EDU 107 38 Health & Nutrition For Preschoolers P MW 6:00p 10:00p 3 7/6 8/8




Building Codes • P=Plymouth, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228, Plymouth, MA 02360


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      Session 2—10 Days                                                                                              Session 2—10 Days
     Quincy Campus Courses                                                                                           Plymouth Campus Courses
     Course     Sc   Course Title                         Bldg Days      Time              Cr Start   End            Course      Sc   Course Title        Bldg Days   Time     Cr Start   End

     Biology                                                                                                         Art
     BIO 106 13 Nutrition                                 N MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22                             ART 201 15 Survey Of Fine Arts       P MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     Computer Science                                                                                                Interdisciplinary Studies
     CSA 227    13   Website Design                       N    MTWRF     9:00a    1:00p    3   8/9    8/22           IDS 165 15 First Year Seminar        P MTWRF 9:00a 10:30a 1 8/9 8/22
     CSA 231    14   Microsoft Office I                   N    MTWRF     6:00p    10:00p   3   8/9    8/22
     CSA 232    13   Microsoft Office II                  N    MTWRF     9:00a    1:00p    3   8/9    8/22
     CSI 102    14   The Internet                         N    MTWRF     6:00p    10:00p   3   8/9    8/22
     English
     ENG 93 14       Grammar                              N    MTWRF     6:00p    10:00p   3   8/9    8/22
     ENG 101 13      English Composition I                N    MTWRF     9:00a    1:00p    3   8/9    8/22
     ENG 102 13      English Composition II               N    MTWRF     9:00a    1:00p    3   8/9    8/22
     ENG 102 14      English Composition II               N    MTWRF     6:00p    10:00p   3   8/9    8/22
     ENG 202 14      English Literature II                N    MTWRF     6:00p    10:00p   3   8/9    8/22
     ENG 212 13      American Literature II               N    MTWRF     9:00a    1:00p    3   8/9    8/22
     Government
     GOV 201 14 American Government                       N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     History
     HIS 101 13 United States History I                   N MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     HIS 102 14 United States History II                  N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     Mathematics
     MAT 100 13 College Math                              N MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     MAT 103 14 College Algebra                           N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     MAT 207 14 Statistics                                N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     Philosophy
     PHL 101 14 Introduction To Philosophy   N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     PHL 110 13 Major Religions Of The World N MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     Psychology
     PSY 101 14 General Psychology                        N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     PSY 103 13 Child Development                         N MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     PSY 201 14 Child Psychology                          N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     Sociology
     SOC 101 13 General Sociology            N MTWRF 9:00a 1:00p 3 8/9 8/22
     SOC 102 14 Contemporary Social Problems N MTWRF 6:00p 10:00p 3 8/9 8/22




     Building Codes • N=Newport Hall, 150 Newport Avenue Ext, North Quincy • P=Plymouth, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 228, Plymouth, MA 02360


12                                                                                                                            Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
 Online Courses
Quincy College will continue to offer the convenience and flexibility                                     Requirements for Online Students include the following:
of distance learning this summer with a greater selection of online                                       Use of Quincy College e-mail address
courses. Students should consider a number of factors when deciding                                       •	 Default	username	is	YourFirstName.YourLastName.
if online courses are right for them. Distance learners tend to be highly                                 •	 Default	password	is	the	last	4	digits	of	your	Social	Security	number.
self-motivated and independent students who possess excellent                                             •	 International	student’s	password	is	your	ID	number	(no	leading	zeroes).
time management skills.                                                                                   Activation of Quincy College e-mail account (Webmail)
                                                                                                          •	 Needed	to	receive	class	log-in	information	from	online	instructors.
Students interested in online learning should consider the following:                                     •	 New	students	will	be	given	directions	when	they	activate.
•	 Online	courses	have	the	same	class	requirements,	“meeting	                                             •	 After	initial	activation,	all	online	course	interaction	will	be	through	
   time” requirements, deadlines, and learning outcomes as                                                   your online account.
   on-campus classes.                                                                                     •	 If	you	already	have	a	Quincy	College	e-mail	account,	make	sure	your	
•	 Online	learning	requires	a	weekly	time	commitment.	Plan	on	3	hours	                                       account is active.
   of class time and 3 hours of work time per credit each week.                                           Contact the instructor prior to the start of class
•	 Online	courses	require	students	to	use	a	Quincy	College	e-mail	                                        •	 All	instructor	e-mail	addresses	are	listed	online	at	quincycollege.edu.
   address, available to all registered students.                                                         Three ways to access Quincy College e-mail:
•	 Online	learning	requires	more	reading	and	writing	than	classroom	                                      •	 From	the	Quincy	College	Website,	Click	Webmail.
   courses.                                                                                               •	 From	this	page,	Click	the	QCportal/student	email	tab.	
                                                                                                          •	 Go	to	http://webmail.quincycollege.edu
Technical requirements of online learning include the following:
•	 Access	to	a	computer	with	Microsoft	Office,	a	web	browser	(Internet	                                   E-Mail online@quincycollege.edu if:
   Explorer or Firefox), an e-mail program, a word processing program                                     •	 You	are	having	trouble	logging	onto	your	Quincy	College	e-mail.
   (MS Works is insufficient), and internet access from home using an                                     •	 You	have	contacted	your	instructor	and	have	not	heard	back	by	
   internet service provider, DSL, or cable.                                                                 May 25.
•	 Please	note:	Accessibility	and	functionality	are	limited	with	AOL,	                                     Online Courses Notifications
   Prodigy, and CompuServe.                                                                                 •	 Access	to	certain	courses	is	not	available	through	the	Quincy	
•	 Proficiency	with	word	processing	programs	and	web	browsers,	sending	                                        College Portal but rather through the textbook publishers’
   and receiving e-mail, sending attachments via e-mail, downloading                                           websites. Please check the Quincy College website at
   documents and software, and conducting research via the internet.                                           www.quincycollege.edu to reference specific courses.
•	 Access	code	for	the	program,	found	inside	the	textbook	or	on	a	                                          •	 On	campus	finals	are	required	for	every	online	course.	Finals	for	
   separate card packaged with the book. Access codes can be used                                              Section 75 classes are held on the Plymouth campus. Finals for
   only once.                                                                                                  Sections 76-78 classes are held on the Quincy campus. Check
•	 Windows	Vista	or	XP	                                                                                        your syllabus for specific dates and times this summer.
•	 512	MB	of	RAM	(1	GB	recommended)	                                                                        •	 If	you	live	outside	the	metro-Boston	area	and	are	unable	to	
•	 Sound	card                                                                                                  attend scheduled exams on campus, you may arrange to take
                                                                                                               your exams elsewhere under the supervision of an approved
                                                                                                               proctor. Please refer to www.quincycollege.edu for instructions.

Quincy & Plymouth Campuses
Crs   Sc       Course Title                   Cr Start End               Crs   Sc     Course Title              Cr Start End        Crs   Sc        Course Title         Cr Start End
Accounting                                                               ENG 102 75 English Composition II      3   5/27   8/5      MAT 113    77   Precalculus          3   5/27   8/5
ACC 101 76 Accounting I                       3    5/27 8/5              ENG 102 76 English Composition II      3   5/27   8/5      MAT 113    78   Precalculus          3   5/27   8/5
ACC 102 76 Accounting II                      3    5/27 8/5              ENG 102 77 English Composition II      3   5/27   8/5      MAT 207    75   Statistics           3   5/27   8/5
Biology                                                                  ENG 102 78 English Composition II      3   5/27   8/5      MAT 207    76   Statistics           3   5/27   8/5
BIO 106 75 Nutrition                          3    5/27 8/5              History                                                    MAT 207    77   Statistics           3   5/27   8/5
BIO 106 77 Nutrition                          3    5/27 8/5              HIS 101 75 United States History I     3   5/27   8/5      MAT 207    78   Statistics           3   5/27   8/5
BIO 106 78 Nutrition                          3    5/27 8/5              HIS 101 76 United States History I     3   5/27   8/5
Chemistry                                                                HIS 101 77 United States History I     3   5/27   8/5      Psychology
CHE 121 77 General Chemistry I                3    5/27 8/5              HIS 101 78 United States History I     3   5/27   8/5      PSY 101 75      General Psychology   3   5/27   8/5
Computer Science                                                         HIS 102 76 United States History II    3   5/27   8/5      PSY 101 76      General Psychology   3   5/27   8/5
CSI 101 75 Introduction To Computers          3    5/27 8/5              HIS 102 77 United States History II    3   5/27   8/5      PSY 101 77      General Psychology   3   5/27   8/5
CSI 101 76 Introduction To Computers          3    5/27 8/5              HIS 102 78 United States History II    3   5/27   8/5      PSY 101 78      General Psychology   3   5/27   8/5
CSI 101 77 Introduction To Computers          3    5/27 8/5              Mathematics                                                Sociology
English                                                                  MAT 103 75 College Algebra             3   5/27   8/5      SOC 101 75      General Sociology    3   1/21   5/6
ENG 101 75 English Composition I              3    5/27   8/5            MAT 103 76 College Algebra             3   5/27   8/5      SOC 101 76      General Sociology    3   1/21   5/6
ENG 101 76 English Composition I              3    5/27   8/5            MAT 103 77 College Algebra             3   5/27   8/5      SOC 101 77      General Sociology    3   1/21   5/6
ENG 101 77 English Composition I              3    5/27   8/5            MAT 103 78 College Algebra             3   5/27   8/5      SOC 101 78      General Sociology    3   1/21   5/6
ENG 101 78 English Composition I              3    5/27   8/5            MAT 113 76 Precalculus                 3   5/27   8/5


On Campus Finals • Section 75 = Plymouth campus • Sections 76-78 = Quincy campus


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Experience QC

Diversity
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Course Descriptions (Accounting – Art)

ACC 101 Accounting I                                                         and endocrine systems. Students will also explore medications devel-
This is an introductory course in accounting with the emphasis on            oped to assist with the management of pain, infection, and oncology.
the basic accounting cycle, management use of accounting data,               Open to all students. 3 credits
construction and analysis of financial statements, and valuation of
assets. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits               ALH 140 Medical Terminology
                                                                             This course provides a foundation for the understanding of medical terms,
ACC 102 Accounting II                                                        their abbreviations, basic anatomy and physiology as well as patholog-
Topics included in this course are books of original entry, analysis of      ical conditions. It includes the study of prefixes and suffixes and root/
assets and liabilities, negotiable instruments, and an introduction to       stem words as well as medical technology terms with an emphasis on
partnership and corporate accounting. Prerequisite: BUS 105 or college       spelling, pronunciation, definitions and common usage. This course is
level mathematics and ACC 101. 3 credits                                     similar to learning a foreign language and involves the memorization
                                                                             as well as the application of words and terms. The student will study
ACC 205 Managerial Accounting                                                and demonstrate proficiency in spelling, pronouncing, definition and
Formerly ACC 203. This course presents the analysis and interpretation       application of medical terminology. 3 credits
of accounting information. Cost term, cost management in planning and
control, managing costs throughout the organization, and managing            ALH 149 Applied Anatomy & Physiology for Health Care
costs in a global environment. Prerequisite: ACC 102. 3 credits                         Professions
                                                                             This course is an integrated study of the anatomy and physiology of
ACC 206 Cost Accounting                                                      the human body from the cellular level to the system level; designed
Formerly ACC 204. This course examines the measurement, recording,           for students embarking on a career/profession in the field of health
and reporting of information about costs. Among accounting methods           care. Emphasis will be placed upon clinical applications, associated
examined are those used to account for: materials, labor, overhead,          medical terminology and patient assessment. Advances in biomedical
spoilage, variable costs, and joint costs. Methods of allocating costs       technology and patient/client treatment will be highlighted. 4 credits
are examined. Prerequisite: ACC 205. 3 credits
                                                                             ALH 203 Health Care Delivery Systems
ALH 107 Orientation to Health Care                                           The course introduces students to the historical development,
This course is designed to introduce and provide a brief overview            structure, operation, and current and future directions of the
of the U.S. health care industry as well as familiarize students with        major components of the American health care delivery system. It
Quincy College and the School of Allied Health and provide                   examines the ways in which health care services are organized
students with an overview of the skills necessary to achieve their           and delivered, the influences that impact health care public
academic goals. Using the Internet, discussion and individual                policy decisions, factors that determine the allocation of health
research this course creates an awareness of and curiosity for the           care resources and the establishment of priorities, and the
health care delivery system. It explores stress as a natural part of         relationship of health care costs to measurable benefits. The
being a student and health care provider and identifies effective            course enables students to assess the role of organized efforts to
coping methods. It also encourages students to value cultural                influence health policy formulation, and the contributions of
diversity and professionalism. Topics covered include: personality           medical technology, research findings, and societal values on our
and learning styles, test-taking and study skills, College and Allied        evolving health care delivery system. Additionally, this course
Health policies and procedures, trends in health care, health care           provides an orientation to key health care statistical information.
financing and reimbursement, ethical and legal issues and other              3 credits
related health care topics. 1 credit
                                                                             ARA 102 Arabic II
ALH 108 Basic Life Support and Emergency Skills                              A continuation course in modern standard Arabic. Learners will
This course is designed to prepare a wide variety of healthcare profes-      consolidate alphabetic skills, expand literary and social vocabulary,
sionals to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, to provide        and further develop communicative ability in Arabic.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), use an Automated External               Classroom conversation will rely increasingly on Arabic to build
Defibrillator (AED), and relieve choking in a safe, timely, and effective    confidence in speech, and varied texts will help learners improve
manner. This course will include adult, child, and infant rescue skills      reading comprehension. Readings in English on cultural topics
in addition to emergency scenarios/case studies. Students will be            may be used to stimulate thinking, writing, and discussion in
instructed in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency              Arabic. This is a learner-centered, communicatively oriented
Cardiac Care in accordance with the American Heart Association               course. Prerequisite: ARA 101 or equivalent. 3 credits
(AHA) and First Aid in the workplace; therefore, students must pass
all skills and written tests as indicated by the AHA in order to receive a   ART 101 Basic Drawing
course completion card (certificate) in BLS for the Healthcare Provider.     An introduction to the basics of drawing — learning to see, using negative
This course is open to all students and fulfills the CPR requirements for    space and measuring relationships to achieve a better drawing using
all programs offered by the School of Allied Health. 1 credit.               pencil, ink, charcoal, and watercolor for those who prefer using more than
                                                                             black and white. Students purchase their own materials. 3 credits
ALH 115 Pharmacology
This course is designed to present principles basic to pharmacology.         ART 102 Advanced Drawing
Students will explore the mode of action, major indications for use,         For those who have completed Basic Drawing or the equivalent.
and nursing responsibilities for pharmacological agents. Areas to be         Students are encouraged to explore further the picture-making
covered include management of clients with alterations in cardiovas-         process. The emphasis is on mixing media, abstracting images,
cular, hematological, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal, neurological,    and developing creativity. Students purchase their own materials.
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     ART 103 Line, Color & Design                                                  BIO 106 Nutrition
     This course explores the principles underlying effective design.              This course focuses on nutrition across the life span. Students will
     Students study the dynamics of line, shape, color, texture, and pattern       gain an understanding of nutritional principles in both health and
     by experimenting with black and white and colored media. Students             illness. Nutrition throughout the life span at all stages of development
     purchase their own materials. 3 credits                                       is emphasized. Nutritional bio-chemistry of all macronutrients will
                                                                                   be covered. Topics covered include: health promotion, nutritional
     ART 115 Basic Painting                                                        guidelines, macro-nutrient chemistry, micro-nutrient chemistry, menu
     An introduction to the overview of painting using acrylic or water-           planning, food labeling, safety, obesity, clinical eating disorders, RDA
     color. The course covers color mixing, techniques of application, and         requirements, and age related guidelines. 3 credits
     composition. Students will paint from life and other sources, and from
     imagination. Students purchase their own materials. 3 credits                 BIO 111     General Biology I
                                                                                   An introductory course in Biology with main emphasis on cell
     ART 116 Advanced Painting                                                     structure and function. Topics include gene structure and inheritance,
     A course for those who have completed Basic Painting or the equiva-           study of plants and fungi, evolution, and ecology. Extensive discus-
     lent. Students are encouraged to further explore the picture-making           sion of concerns facing humanity today including quality of nutrition,
     process using acrylic paints. This is a studio workshop course. Students      environmental pollution, genetic engineering, inheritable diseases, and
     are expected to be self-motivated and resourceful, and able to work           birth defects. This course must be taken in conjunction with BIO 121.
     independently. Students purchase their own materials. Prerequisite:           Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     ART 115. 3 credits
                                                                                   BIO 112 General Biology II
     ART 119 Photography I                                                         A continuation of Biology I. Topics include vertebrate animals with
     This course deals with photography as an art of visual communica-             emphasis on morphology, behavior, reproduction, and embryology of
     tion. There will be discussions and instructions on the uses of the           the human organism. This course must be taken in conjunction with BIO
     basic tools of photography: the camera, lens, film, exposure, and an          122. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     introduction to darkroom techniques. Photo assignments will be given
     that require students to shoot, process, edit, and produce a finished         BIO 121 General Biology I Lab
     picture. The student should have access to a camera, preferably a             This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with BIO 111. 1 credit.
     digital camera. 3 credits
                                                                                   BIO 122 General Biology II Lab
     ART 120 Photography II – Photojournalism                                      This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with BIO 112. 1 credit
     This course deals with the visual presentation of facts and ideas, the
     creative editorial point of view and the evaluation of the non-mechanical     BIO 131 Anatomy & Physiology I
     qualities of photography. Still photography is studied as a means of visual   An integrated study of the structure and function of the human body
     communication with emphasis on photojournalism and its use by the             including atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, and organs. The skeletal,
     media. The student should have access to a camera, preferably a digital       muscular, nervous, and sensory systems are studied Laboratory experi-
     camera. Prerequisite: ART 119. 3 credits                                      ence is correlated with classroom lecture. This course must be taken in
                                                                                   conjunction with BIO 141. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised.
     ART 201 Survey of Fine Arts                                                   3 credits
     Emphasis is on developing an appreciation of the fundamental
     principles that are basic to all forms of fine arts. Consideration is given   BIO 132 Anatomy & Physiology II
     to	pictorial	art,	music,	sculpture,	and	architecture.	Visual	and	audio-       An integrated study of the structure and function of the human body
     visual aids are used. Field trips are taken to nearby museums. 3 credits      including the reproductive, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory,
                                                                                   digestive, and urinary systems. Laboratory experience is correlated
     ART 202 Survey of Fine Arts II                                                with classroom lecture. This course must be taken in conjunction with
     Beginning with the fourteenth century, this course examines the               BIO 142. Prerequisite: BIO 131. 3 credits
     technical, social, historical, and stylistic development of visual arts
     and architecture from the Renaissance through the Modern Era.                 BIO 141 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
     Museum trips may be included. 3 credits                                       This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with BIO 131. 1 credit

     ART 229 Survey of American Film                                               BIO 142 Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
     This course will trace cinema in America from the era of the silent           This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with BIO 132. 1 credit
     film	and	the	studio	system	to	the	world	of	wide	screen	&	“auteur”	
     productions. It will demonstrate how movies began, grew, and changed          BIO 151 Microbiology
     through the interaction of inventors, artists, entrepreneurs, and             A study of non-pathogenic and pathogenic microorganisms designed
     audiences. 3 credits                                                          primarily for students in the health sciences area. Topics covered
                                                                                   include: microbial characteristics, control of micro-organisms, defenses
     ART 230 Art & Society                                                         of the host, and cause, prevention, and control of infectious diseases.
     Students will analyze the ways in which visual, musical, and dramatic         Must be taken in conjunction with BIO 152. Placement at ENG 101 level
     artists respond to cultural movements and events, and explore how             strongly advised. 3 credits
     art shapes a society’s response to those events. Students learn how
     different branches of the fine arts influence one another during              BIO 152 Microbiology Lab
     important epochs. Prerequisite: 12 credits ART/MUS concentration              This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with BIO 151. 1 credit
     electives. 3 credits

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BUS 101 Introduction to Business                                             CHE 213 Organic Chemistry I
The role, growth, structure, and functional organization of modern           This course is the first semester of a two semester course.
business in the U.S. economy is explored. Comparative economic systems,      Fundamental concepts of the carbon-containing compounds will
sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and the manage-            be introduced. Topics include nomenclature, electron
ment, marketing, and financing of business organizations are covered.        delocalization, resonance, stereochemistry, conformational
Opportunities in the business field are examined throughout the course.      analysis, synthesis, structure and reactivity relationships and
Students will be expected to complete outside research as a course           spectroscopy. Prerequisite: Successful completion of two
requirement. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits          semesters of General Chemistry courses, such as CHE 121 and
                                                                             CHE 122. 3 credits
BUS 202 Principles of Customer Service
This course examines the principles of customer service and their            CHE 214 Organic Chemistry II
significance in a service-driven economy. Topics covered include:            This course is the second semester of a two semester course.
The Service Strategy, The Customer: Internal & External; Customers’          Study of the structure and reactivity of the main classes of the
Wants & Needs; Communicating Customer Service; Profiles of                   organic and bioorganic compounds will be continued. Topics
Successful Companies; Service People-Motivation, Commitment, and             include aromaticity, reactions of benzene, carbonyl compounds,
Reward. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. Prerequisite:           oxidation-reduction reactions, bioorganic compounds, and
BUS 101. 3 credits                                                           catalysis. Prerequisite: Successful completion of CHE 213/223.
                                                                             3 credits
CHE 103 Introduction to Forensic Science
An introductory course focusing on use of science in solving criminal        CHE 223 Organic Chemistry I Lab
cases. Basics of chemical, physical, medical, and behavioral sciences        This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with Organic
will be used to preserve a crime scene and identify, collect, examine        Chemistry I course. Skills learned are understanding of laboratory
and interpret crime evidences to help the process of law. Topics             safety, organic laboratory techniques used to separate, identify,
include, but are not limited to, analysis of fiber, hair, body fluids,       and purify chemicals, and selected instrumental analysis.
fingerprints, footprints, bullet residue, toxic substance, illegal drugs,    Laboratory techniques to be mastered include, but are not
explosives, DNA traces, tool marks, and documents. Prerequisites:            limited to, filtration, distillation, extraction, evaporation,
ENG 101, MAT 095. 3 credits                                                  recrystallization, sublimation, centrifugation, chromatography,
                                                                             and spectrophotometry. 1 credits
CHE 113 Introduction to Forensic Science Lab
This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with Introduction        CHE 224 Organic Chemistry II Lab
to Forensic Science (CHE 103). 1 credit                                      This laboratory course is the continuation of CHE 223 and must
                                                                             be taken in conjunction with Organic Chemistry II (CHE 214).
CHE 121 General Chemistry I                                                  Skills learned include performing microscale and macroscale
A study of the fundamental chemical laws and theories. Topics include        laboratory techniques to synthesize, purify, and characterize
atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, stoichiometry,             organic compounds, selected instrumental analysis, and safety
chemical and physical properties, change of state, solution chemistry        procedures. Emphasis is on synthetic, bioorganic, and carbonyl
and gas laws. This course must be taken in conjunction with CHE 131.         containing compounds, multistep synthesis and catalysis
Prerequisite: MAT 103. 3 credits                                             reactions, and application of the principles of chemical kinetics
                                                                             and thermodynamics. Prerequisite: CHE 223. Co-requisite: CHE 214.
CHE 122 General Chemistry II                                                 1 credit
A continuation of General Chemistry I. Additional topics include
solution properties and equilibria, chemical kinetics, thermodynamics,       CHN 102 Chinese II
and nuclear chemistry. Also, an introduction to organic chemistry            A continuation course in modern standard Mandarin Chinese. Students
along with a survey of biochemical applications. This course must be         will build literary vocabulary systematically through structural analysis
taken in conjunction with CHE 132. Prerequisite: CHE 121. 3 credits          of written characters. Classroom conversation will increasingly use
                                                                             Mandarin to build confidence in speaking. Readings in English on
CHE 131 General Chemistry I Lab                                              extensive cultural topics may be used to stimulate thinking and
This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with CHE 121. 1 credit   discussion in Mandarin. Prerequisite: CHN 101 or equivalent. Students
                                                                             with higher but partial knowledge of a form of Chinese are welcomed
CHE 132 General Chemistry II Lab                                             into this learner-centered, communicatively oriented course. 3 credits
This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with CHE 122. 1 credit
                                                                             CJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CHE 141 Introduction to Chemistry                                            This course introduces the criminal justice process and services with
A preparatory course in chemistry designed particularly for students         discussion of the roles of police, courts, and corrections. Placement at
in Allied Health areas who lack previous chemistry training, or whose        ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
background may require an extensive review. Topics include basic
mathematical operations, metric units, physical and chemical proper-         CJS 103 Criminology
ties, fundamental structure of matter, chemical formulas and bonding,        The nature and cause of criminal behavior in contemporary America,
stoichiometry, gases, solutions, and chemical reactions. This course         the social forces involved, the major etiological forces responsible for
must be taken in conjunction with CHE 151. Prerequisite: MAT 097.            lawbreaking, and analysis of social responses to criminals, including the
3 credits                                                                    workings of the police, courts, laws, and prisons are studied. Placement at
                                                                             ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
CHE 151 Introduction to Chemistry Lab
This laboratory course must be taken in conjunction with CHE 141. 1 credit
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     CJS 105 Criminal Evidence & Investigation                                     CSI 102 The Internet
     An examination of the kinds and degrees of evidence and the rules             Students will develop basic Internet and WWW literacy utilizing
     governing admissibility of evidence in court. The student will study          e-mail, File Transfer Protocol and web browsing; learn research
     the fundamentals of investigation, crime scene search and recording,          techniques applied to other coursework topics; and study e-commerce
     collection and preservation of physical evidence, source of informa-          and the historical, ethical and legal issues in this technology based
     tion, interviews and interrogation, follow-up, and case preparation.          communication. 3 credits
     Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
                                                                                   CSI 107 C++ Programming
     CJS 109 Criminal Law                                                          This course is designed as an introduction to C++ programming.
     This course introduces the student to the principles of criminal liability,   Problem solving methods and algorithmic development stressing good
     elements of crime, defenses to crime and parties to crime in the areas        programming style and documentation including top down and modular
     of property crimes, crimes against the person, crimes against habita-         design is emphasized. Prerequisites: CSI 216. 3 credits
     tion, and drug trafficking. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised.
     3 credits                                                                     CSI 216 Computer Concepts
                                                                                   This course is designed to provide the background necessary for an
     CJS 113     Drugs & Society                                                   understanding of computers and computer languages. Programming
     This course discusses the major social health issues involving drugs.         assignments introduce the student to methods of problem solving,
     Topics covered include the psychological aspects of drug involvement,         programming logic, development of algorithms, coding in C, debugging
     the pharmacology of drugs, alcoholism, current rehabilitation practices,      and documenting programs. Topics include an overview of computer
     review of state and federal drug laws, and drug education programs at         organization, simple data structures, and organization, simple data
     the national, state, and local levels. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly    structures, and file management. 3 credits
     advised. 3 credits
                                                                                   ECO 201 Microeconomics
     CSA 150 Introduction to Video                                                 A study of the basic principles of economics including economic theory
     Introduction	to	Video	will	familiarize	the	student	with	all	aspects	          related to the operation of business firms such as supply, demand, price
     of television production including; scripting, on-location audio,             determination, production costs, competition, resource markets, and
     lighting, recording, digitalizing footage, logging footage, editing, and      international trade. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     digital output. This hands-on experience will build a foundation and
     understanding of the production sequence and tools needed to create           ECO 202 Macroeconomics
     motion picture communication for business, entertainment and educa-           A study of the basic principles of economics including different economic
     tion. Prerequisites: ART 119 and one of the following: CSI 101, CSA 225,      organizations, income and employment theory, government fiscal and
     CSA 227, and CSA 228. 3 credits                                               monetary policies, problems of price stability, and economic growth.
                                                                                   Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     CSA 227 Website Design
     This course will familiarize the student with the capabilities and            EDU 101 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
     potential of web design for applications in business, government,             This is an introductory course in the principles of early childhood
     communication, and the arts. Hands-on experience will help build an           education focusing on facilities, staff, goals, and methodology of
     advanced understanding of HTML vocabulary and interface applica-              various programs such as day care, Head Start, and nursery school.
     tions using PageMill. 3 credits                                               Traditional and contemporary issues in early childhood education will
                                                                                   be considered, and emphasis will be placed on meeting the needs
     CSA 228 Graphics Applications                                                 of the developing child. Observations in the field will be required.
     This course will familiarize the student with the capabilities and            Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     potential of computer graphics for applications in business, govern-
     ment, communication, and the arts. Photo image editing, vector-based          EDU 105 Curriculum for Preschool Children
     illustrations and special effects using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe             By focusing on methods and materials in early childhood education, this
     Illustrator. 3 credits                                                        course explores ways to maximize the learning experience for young
                                                                                   children. The meaning and value of play and the child’s individual and
     CSA 231 Microsoft Office I                                                    developing use of materials will be considered. Projects based on cues from
     The Microsoft Office includes the powerful and useful software products       children’s interest and how to adopt activities for children in differing cultural
     used in business today. Students will work within the Windows environ-        settings will be included. A three-hour pre-practicum is required. Placement
     ment, create impressive business documents using Word. 3 credits              at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits

     CSA 232 Microsoft Office II                                                   EDU 107 Health & Nutrition for Preschoolers
     The Microsoft Office includes the most powerful and useful products           This course is an analysis of the personal health and nutritive needs
     used in business today. Students will be able to share data documents         of young children. The proper foods of young children are emphasized
     and graphics across applications and create impressive business               in relation to the physical, intellectual, and emotional well-being of
     documents, financial statements, and presentations using Excel and            the child. The role of early childhood programs in preventive health
     Power Point. 3 credits                                                        care is stressed, and consideration is given to the body function of the
                                                                                   young child with respect to anatomy, physiology, correct nutrition,
     CSI 101 Introduction to Computers                                             rest, recreation, exercise, and play. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly
     This course introduces the student to the theory, structure, and appli-       advised. 3 credits
     cation of computers. Topics include keyboarding, Windows, Windows
     applications, word processing (Word), spread sheeting (Excel) and
     database management (Access). 3 credits
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     Course Descriptions (English – French)

     ENG 090 Basic Composition                                                    ENG 211 American Literature I
     This course is for student who needs improvement in writing skills as        This course is a general survey of early American Literature covering the
     determined by placement tests. Special attention is directed toward the      major writers from Captain Smith through the Fireside Poets. The purpose
     structure of sentences, diction, and the mechanics of writing. Extensive     of this course is to introduce the student to representative authors with
     practice in writing paragraphs will be provided. Lab fee. 3 credits          emphasis on the major writers. Critical papers may be assigned periodi-
                                                                                  cally. Prerequisites: ENG 102 or permission of instructor. 3 credits
     ENG 093 Grammar
     This 3 credit course provides students the opportunity to develop            ENG 212 American Literature II
     college-level skills in the syntax of the English language. 3 credits        This course is a general survey on the significant prose, fiction, and
                                                                                  poetry of American writers, beginning with Whitman, and continuing
     ENG 101 English Composition I                                                with Twain, James Eliot, Hemingway, and Faulkner. Critical papers
     A required course for all students who have demonstrated acceptable          may be assigned periodically. Prerequisites: ENG 102 or permission of
     writing proficiency as measured by a standard test or satisfactory           instructor. 3 credits
     completion of ENG 090. This course will emphasize developing the
     student’s ability to articulate his/her thoughts in writing a coherent,      ENG 221 World Literature I
     unified, and well structured composition. The student will write a           This course samples great literature of the West from the Hebrew
     series of papers. The student will also learn the techniques needed          Bible and Homeric epics to Greek drama and Roman prose. The focus
     to produce a library research paper. The required research paper is a        of this course is on how these masterpieces have molded the Western
     major component of the course. Prerequisite: Placement at ENG101             mind and influenced all subsequent literary efforts. Works will be read
     level or permission of the instructor. 3 credits                             in the best modern translations. Prerequisites: ENG 102 or permission
                                                                                  of instructor. 3 credits
     ENG 102 English Composition II
     A required course, which introduces the student to themes and                ENG 222 World Literature II
     techniques in the basic genres of literature: the short story, drama,        This course reviews European literature by tracing the succession of
     and poetry. Expository papers may be written in response to ideas            artistic concepts from the Sacramental-ism of the Middle Ages to the
     embodied in literature. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or permission of               Romanticism of the Revolutionary Age to the Existentialism of the
     instructor. 3 credits                                                        Modern Period. The readings, in translation, represent a medley of
                                                                                  nations, genres, and geniuses. Prerequisites: ENG 102 or permission
     ENG 111 Speech                                                               of instructor. 3 credits
     Special attention is given to developing self confidence and skill in oral
     communication by affording each student an opportunity to participate        ENG 225 Creative Writing I
     in a maximum number of speech situations. Practice situations include        This course will focus on the experience of writing as a creative
     extemporaneous speeches, panel discussions, and evaluative listening.        activity with emphasis on the methods of writing imaginative prose
     3 credits                                                                    and poetry. Fictional techniques, such as the methods of narration and
                                                                                  descriptive style, will be discussed. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or permission
     ENG 151 Shakespeare                                                          of instructor. 3 credits
     This survey course explores the successive controlling concepts
     behind English literature from the Anglo-Saxon to the Neo-Classical          ENG 231 Modern Novel
     periods. The course seeks to acquaint the student with the techniques        This course examines the development of the modern novel in
     and transformation of the literary genres as well as with the major          the twentieth century, and traces the social and personal values
     authors and schools of writing. Required are the reading, analysis, and      reflected in them. Additionally, the course will examine such
     appreciation of representative literary masters who have influenced          themes as the rites of passage, the role of the individual within
     subsequent literature and thought. Prerequisite: ENG 102 or permis-          society, the role of nature, and the perception of women and
     sion of instructor. 3 credits                                                minorities. A number of novels will be read for enjoyment and
                                                                                  analysis. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     ENG 201 English Literature I
     This survey course explores the successive controlling concepts              ENV 101 Introduction to Environmental Studies
     behind English literature from the Anglo-Saxon to the Neo-Classical          This introductory non-lab course utilizes numerous case studies of
     periods. This course seeks to acquaint the student with the techniques       current environmental health and safety issues. Topics include human/
     and transformation of the literary genres as well as with the major          ecological exposure to pesticides and hazardous substances, acid
     authors and schools of writing. Required are the reading, analysis, and      rain, ozone depletion, global warming, and biodiversity. Students will
     appreciation of representative literary masters who have influenced          gain environmental literacy by learning abut the science behind these
     subsequent literature and thought. Prerequisite: ENG 102 or permis-          issues, the role of the media in public awareness, and subsequent
     sion of instructor. 3 credits                                                regulation to protect environmental health and safety. 3 credits

     ENG 202 English Literature II                                                FRN 101 French I
     This survey course explores the predominant cultural concepts                This course stresses developing the student’s ability to speak, under-
     underlying the literature of England from the Pre-Romantic period to         stand, read, and write French. Basic fundamentals of French grammar
     the Post-Atomic. It will examine the techniques and transformations          will be studied, practice in pronunciation, progressive acquisition of
     of the literary genres in each succeeding period as well as sample           basic vocabulary, and written and oral exercises. No previous study
     the writings of representative authors. Involves the reading, analysis,      of French is required. 3 credits
     and appreciation of works which have shaped modern literature and
     thought. Prerequisite: ENG 102 or permission of instructor. 3 credits

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Course Descriptions (French – Mathematics)

FRN 102 French II                                                                ITA 101 Italian I
A continuation of French I with emphasis still on speaking and                   A practical knowledge of contemporary conversational Italian acquired
understanding of oral French. The student will progress through                  through hearing the spoken word and studying the basic language
basic fundamentals and further acquisition of a basic vocabulary.                skills of grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary building, and readings.
Prerequisite: FRN 101. 3 credits                                                 Development of an understanding of Italian culture. 3 credits

GOV 201 American Government                                                      ITA 102 Italian II
This course deals with the problem of democratic government in the               This course assists the student in gaining a solid understanding of the
United States including the background of political theory and constitu-         foundation of the language with strong emphasis on the four basic
tional development. It studies democracy at various levels in the United         skills. Prerequisite: ITA 101 or permission of the instructor. 3 credits
States and offers a comparison with other democratic governments.
Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits                           LAW 201 Business Law I
                                                                                 An introduction to law and court systems, crimes, and torts. Most
GOV 211 State & Local Government                                                 of the course deals with contractual relationships, including general
American state politics, organization and functions, and emphasizing             contract law, sales of goods, and warranties. Prerequisite or co-requi-
the role of the state in our federal system. A survey of governmental            site: ENG 101. 3 credits
structure and function of American municipalities is presented.
Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits                           LAW 215 Legal Research & Writing
                                                                                 Students learn how to analyze a legal problem and how to find and
HIS 101 United States History I                                                  interpret case law and statutes applicable to the problem by using
This survey course traces the history of American development from               primary and secondary reference materials and law finders. Students
pre-Columbian exploration and the Colonial era through the Civil War.            will be required to write legal memoranda using the law found through
Emphasis is given to the main lines of American development from                 their research. Prerequisite or co-requisite: ENG 101. 6 credits
the coming of the pre-Columbian explorers to the end of the Civil War.
Special emphasis is given to constitutional developments in this period          LAW235 Business Organizations
including the evolution of the British colonial charters, state constitu-        The student will learn the procedure and basic legal concepts involved
tions, and the federal constitution. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly         in the formation and functioning of sole proprietorships, partnerships and
advised. 3 credits                                                               corporations. Prerequisite or co-requisite: ENG 101. 3 credits

HIS 102 United States History II                                                 MAT 090 Basic Mathematics
This course traces developments since the end of the Civil War with              This course provides an opportunity for students to develop a solid
emphasis on reconstruction, the industrialization of America and her             understanding of the basic principles of arithmetic by introducing
emergence as a world power, the two World Wars, and America’s role               students to fundamental operations on whole numbers, fractions,
since World War II. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits       decimals, ratios, proportions, and percent. 3 credits

HIS 111       History of Western Civilization I                                  MAT 095 Pre-Algebra
This survey course emphasizes a knowledge, understanding, and apprecia-          This course further develops the principles of arithmetic and intro-
tion of Western Civilization and culture through the end of the Middle Ages.     duces the student to basic algebraic concepts. Topics include a review
The genesis of Western civilization is examined in the light of historical and   of fractions, operations on real numbers, order of operations, proper-
scientific evidence so that students can see where it came from, why it is       ties of real numbers, evaluating numbers with exponents, solving
in its present state, and where it might be going in the future. Placement at    linear equations, applying the rules of exponents, and fundamental
ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits                                        operations on polynomials. Prerequisites: Appropriate score on the
                                                                                 placement test or successful completion of MAT 090. 3 credits
HIS 112     History of Western Civilization II
This survey course emphasizes a knowledge, understanding, and                    MAT 097 Beginning Algebra
appreciation of Western Civilization from the Renaissance to the                 This course continues to build upon algebraic concepts taught in
present. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits                  MAT 095 with a review of the rules of exponents and operations on
                                                                                 polynomials. New topics include factoring techniques, operations on
IDS 165 First Year Seminar                                                       rational expressions and equations, solving ratios and proportions,
This experientially-based career/academic-oriented course is designed            graphing linear equations, and operations with radicals. Prerequisite:
to provide first-year students with the information they need to be              Appropriate score on the placement test or successful completion of
successful at Quincy College. Students will be introduced to the                 MAT 095. 3 credits
concept that the College is a learning community. This course focuses
on topics such as the advising process, academic policies and proce-             MAT 100 College Math
dures, students’ rights and responsibilities, strategies for academic            This basic college level course builds on a student’s knowledge by
success, support services, and transfer information. In addition,                exposing the student to different branches of mathematics. Topics
students will begin to explore majors and career options and, in the             include inductive and deductive reasoning, logic statements and
process, will learn and practice a series of academic skills that are            truth tables, solving linear equations, applications of rate, ratio, and
transferable to the workplace and continued education. This course is            proportion, conversions in the metric and the U.S. customary system,
mandatory for all students who are accepted into academic programs               graphing equations, evaluating functions, and an introduction to statis-
and who have fewer than 12 college level credits. 1 credit                       tics. This course is not intended to prepare a student for MAT 103.
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the placement test or successful
                                                                                 completion of MAT 097. 3 credits


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     Course Descriptions (Mathematics – Philosophy)

     MAT 103 College Algebra                                                      MUS 103 Music Theory I
     This college level algebra course expands upon a student’s knowledge         This course presents students with the opportunity to learn the basics of
     by further developing algebraic concepts. Topics include graphing            developing melodies and harmony through the study of chord construc-
     equations with an introduction to functions, solving a system of linear      tions, chord successions, harmonic analysis, and part-writing. Emphasis
     equations, operations with polynomial functions, factoring polyno-           is placed on melodic construction (form) and the elements of successful
     mials, operations on rational functions, simplifying rational exponents,     melody-writing. Students will also harmonize melodies and provide their
     and solving quadratic equations. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the      own interpretation of the harmony implied in a melodic line. Prerequisite:
     placement test or successful completion of MAT 097. 3 credits                Fundamentals of Music or permission of the instructor. 3 credits

     MAT 113 Pre-Calculus                                                         MUS 107 Music Appreciation
     This course in pre-calculus mathematics includes topics in algebra,          This course is designed to increase the enjoyment of music through
     coordinate geometry, functions, exponents, logarithms, trigonometry          broadened understanding. It includes music theory and history and
     and analytic geometry. Prerequisite: MAT 103 or permission of                guided listening to recorded performances by individuals and groups.
     instructor. 3 credits                                                        3 credits

     MAT 204 Calculus I B                                                         MUS 108 Development of American Jazz
     Topics include a brief review of analytical geometry, limits, rules for      A jazz appreciation course which stresses the importance of listening
     derivatives, derivatives of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic functions,   and analyzing the given music for style and form. It focuses on the
     trigonometric functions and their inverses, curve sketching, maxima          major performers, composers and arrangers who have significantly
     and minima, optimization, mean value theorem, anti-derivatives,              contributed to the development of this unique American art form.
     integration by substitution, areas and fundamental theorem of                No musical ability is needed to enjoy this course. 3 credits
     calculus. Prerequisite: MAT 113. 4 credits
                                                                                  MUS 109 History of Rock
     MAT 207 Statistics                                                           This course introduces students to the musical styles present in the
     Introduces the student to the fundamental methods of mathematical            rock music genre and to historical and social aspects affecting its
     statistics. Topics include frequency distributions, measures of central      evolution over the past fifty years. Explore the form, texture, melody,
     tendency, measures of dispersion probability, sampling distributions,        rhythm, lyrics, and instrumentation of selected examples from the
     problems with the normal and t-distributions, confidence intervals,          historical periods of Rock. Through critical listening, students will
     and hypothesis testing. 3 credits                                            analyze music from various Rock periods: Blues Rock, Country Rock,
                                                                                  Gospel Rock, Early Sixties Rock, The Beatles, The British Invasion, Folk
     MGT 201 Principles of Management                                             Rock, Soul Music/Motown, Rock in the 70s, 80s and 90s, and Jazz
     An introductory course covering the general topics of planning,              Rock. 3 credits
     organizing, directing and controlling. Included are the historic develop-
     ments of management as a separate discipline within organizations,           PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
     the changing scope and styles of management, and the application of          This course is an introduction to Western philosophical thought.
     management principles in the business environment. 3 credits                 Students will be introduced to the vocabulary and the method of
                                                                                  philosophical thinking. Basic questions concerning reality, knowledge,
     MKT 201 Principles of Advertising                                            value (ethics) and society will be considered from several philo-
     This course is a study of basic advertising principles, physical             sophical viewpoints — for example, idealism, materialism, empiricism,
     construction of the advertisement, and organization of the advertising       utilitarianism. Questions considered include: What is the nature
     business. The course includes a study of advertising media including         of	God?	Is	there	good	and	evil?	How	can	we	know?	What	makes	
     newspapers, magazines, radio, point-of-sale displays, and outdoor            for	a	just	society?	Students	will	also	be	introduced	to	the	historical	
     advertising, together with criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of      development of important schools of philosophical thought, as well
     current advertising. Prerequisite: ENG 101. 3 credits                        as to the life and contributions of their founders. Placement at ENG
                                                                                  101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
     MUS 101 Fundamentals of Music
     This course introduces students to the basic elements of music including     PHL 103 Medical Ethics
     music notation. Elements will be introduced including: melody, rhythm,       This course will examine a number of value problems arising from the
     harmony, texture, timbre, tempo, and dynamics. 3 credits                     broader context of ethical systems and explore them within the context
                                                                                  of medicine and health care. Among the ethical problems, particular
     MUS 102 Class Keyboard                                                       considerations will be given to euthanasia, abortion, genetic research,
     Introduces students to the playing of a keyboard instrument including        and human experimentation. Issues of medicine and the public interest
     keyboard technique, repertoire, musical notation, sight-reading, harmony,    will also be discussed. Open to all students. 3 credits
     basic instrumentation, and accompaniments. 3 credits
                                                                                  PHL 110 Major Religions of the World
                                                                                  This course will acquaint the student with a wide variety of religious
                                                                                  traditions against their historical background and within their cultural
                                                                                  context. Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism,
                                                                                  Christianity, and Islam are among those religions which will be
                                                                                  studied. In addition to class lectures, slides and films will be used
                                                                                  in the presentation of the material. 3 credits




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Course Descriptions (Physics – Spanish)

PHY 111 General Physics I                                                    PSY 216 Growth & Development
The principles of mechanics emphasizing the conservation of                  This course explores human growth and development across the
momentum and energy through a study of uniform accelerated                   lifespan, from how the fetus develops a preference for familiar voices,
motion. Topics include Newton’s laws, work and energy, centripetal           to the adolescent identity crisis, to the development of wisdom in late
force, and moments of inertia. This course must be taken in conjunc-         adulthood. The course is organized around major developmental periods
tion	with	PHY	121.	Prerequisites:	MAT	102	or	higher	math.	3	credits          in the lifespan. Contributions of significant developmental theorists are
                                                                             highlighted. Placement at ENG 101 level strongly advised. 3 credits
PHY 112 General Physics II
Topics include elasticity, density and pressure, wave and vibratory          PSY 230 Sport Psychology
motion, electrostatics, electricity, magnetism, and a summary of the         This course focuses on the many areas of psychology that apply
principles	of	heat	and	light	as	wave	phenomena.	Co-requisite:	PHY	           to sports. A wide array of psychological subjects will be explored,
122.	Prerequisite:	PHY	111,	PHY	121.	3	credits                               including motivation, team experience, mental imagery, performance
                                                                             anxiety, youth sports, gender issues, and more. Multicultural and
PHY 121 General Physics I Lab                                                international views of the field will be included and class discussion of
This	laboratory	course	must	be	taken	in	conjunction	with	PHY	111.	1	credit   theories and research will be encouraged. Placement at ENG 101 level
                                                                             strongly advised. 3 credits
PHY 122 General Physics II Lab
This	laboratory	course	must	be	taken	in	conjunction	with	PHY	112.	1	credit   PSY 290 Introduction to Social Psychology
                                                                             This course is a systematic study of interpersonal behavior, the
PSY 101 General Psychology                                                   manner in which individuals are influenced by the function
This course is an introduction to the basic concepts, major theories,        within a group. Topics of particular focus include attitude
different theoretical perspectives and research methods in psychology.       formation, persuasion, prejudice, conformity, social perception,
The focus is on theories of personality, motivation, learning, intel-        leadership, attraction, affiliation, and aggression. Prerequisites:
ligence, emotions, developmental processes, physiological psychology,        PSY	101,	or	SOC	101,	or	permission	of	the	instructor.	3	credits
perception, and psychological assessment. Placement at ENG 101 level
strongly advised. 3 credits                                                  SOC 101 General Sociology
                                                                             An examination of the behavior of humans in social groups. Emphasis
PSY 103 Child Development                                                    will be placed on concepts including culture, society, socialization, role,
This course is designed to provide the student with an integrated            personality, institutions and social change. Placement at ENG 101 level
understanding of child development as it relates to early childhood          strongly advised. 3 credits
education. A broad theoretical background is combined with principles
of application. Emphasis is on the social context of early develop-          SOC 102 Contemporary Social Problems
ment, group processes, influence of the family, role of play, and the        An analysis of the chief areas of social mal-adjustment. Consideration
development	of	cognitive	capabilities.	Visitations	to	pre-school	centers	    is given to selected critical problems including race relations, ethic
required. 3 credits                                                          discrimination, changing sex role patterns, family dislocation, an aging
                                                                             population, mental illness, crime, alcoholism and drug addiction. 3 credits
PSY 201 Child Psychology
This course provides the student with a broad theoretical and practical      SOC 112 Interpersonal Communication
basis for the understanding of human development. Emphasis is on the         An experience-based introduction to the concepts and skills in oral
interaction of biological, psychological, and social factors, which affect   communication; listening, feedback, group discussions, speeches,
the	human	organism	from	conception	through	adolescence.	Various	             self-disclosure and relational communication. 3 credits
theoretical models including, Freud, Piaget, Erikson, Kolhberg, Bowlby,
and	Elkind	are	discussed.	Prerequisites:	PSY	101	or	permission	of	the	       SOC 150 Women in Society
instructor. 3 credits                                                        An examination of the roles of women in American society, both
                                                                             past and present. Students will build an understanding of the issues
PSY 203 Adolescent Psychology                                                impacting women’s roles. Topics covered include: women’s work and
A comprehensive study of the adolescent dealing with adolescent              economic status, sex roles, gender expectations, the socialization of
development with a focus on physical, cognitive, emotional, and              women, women and children, women’s roles in other societies, and the
self-concept changes. Particular emphasis is placed on the adolescent        results of the women’s movements. 3 credits
in society and his/her relationship to parents and peers and how this
influences	development.	Prerequisite:	PSY	101.	3	credits                     SPN 101 Spanish I
                                                                             This course is designed primarily to teach the fundamentals of Spanish
PSY 215 Abnormal Psychology                                                  through basic grammar as well as strong emphasis on conversation and
This course is a comprehensive study of the major mental disorders           writing. Aside from language skills, there is a special project on a Latin
as	defined	by	the	DSM-IV	TR.	Etiologies	and	treatment	for	each	              American country to introduce and familiarize students with its culture
disorder or cluster of disorders will be covered. Major disorders            and politics. 3 credits
examined include the following: anxiety disorders, dissociative and
somatoform disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizo-         SPN 102 Spanish II
phrenia, substance abuse, sexual dysfunction, neuropsychological             This course is designed for an index grammar level. There is strong
disorders, and disorders of childhood and adolescence. Prerequisites:        emphasis on conversational and writing skills, and each student will
PSY	101	or	permission	of	the	instructor.	3	credits                           be responsible for an extensive paper on one Latin American country.
                                                                             Prerequisites: SPN 101. 3 credits



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Life Long Learning

Academic Support                                                          Adult Fitness Classes
Test Preparation: Reading Comprehension,                                  The Customized Wellness Program provides fitness research classes
Sentence Structure, and Mathematics Skills                                for adults. The purpose of these 12-week programs is to reverse the
                                                                          key factors of the aging process by remodeling muscle, recharging
The instruction and practice in this course is aimed at helping           metabolism, reducing fat, and enhancing self-efficacy. Each one-hour
students improve their performance on standardized multiple-              class involves approximately 30 minutes of strength training, 20 minutes
choice tests where a solid foundation in English sentence structure,      of aerobic activity, and five minutes of stretching exercise.
reading comprehension, and mathematics is required. This is a
non-credit course.                                                        All exercise classes are conducted in our state-of-the-art fitness
Note: This is a refresher course designed for students who already        facility on new Nautilus equipment, with two instructors leading
have basic skills in English and Math. Only students who have             classes of eight to ten people. All participants receive regular body
achieved an Accuplacer score of 35 in Math and 55 in English can          composition and blood pressure assessments in our fitness testing
register for this class. Students must notify the Enrollment Office of    office. This summer, two schedules of 12-week sessions will occur at
their Accuplacer scores at the time of registration. Any variance to      Newport Hall on the Quincy Campus.
this policy will require a Dean’s approval.
                                                                          EXN	100	sections	meet	two	times	a	week	and	are	$7	a	class	if	
Quincy Campus                                                             taken individually or for those starting late.
NCN 115-40, 10 sessions, June 1 to July 6                          $149
Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:00 – 5:30 pm                                    EXN	101	sections	meet	two	times	a	week	and	are	$7	a	class	if	
                                                                          taken individually or for those starting late.
Plymouth Campus
NCN 115-23, 10 sessions, June 1 to July 6                          $149
Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:00 – 5:30 pm                                    Mondays & Wednesdays
                                                                          June 6 – August 24                               $150
                                                                          Course      Sc Course Title               Bldg Days   Time            Cr Start End
                                                                          EXN   100   18   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     7:00a   7:55a   0   6/6   8/24
                                                                          EXN   100   19   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     8:00a   8:55a   0   6/6   8/24
                                                                          EXN   100   20   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     2:30p   3:25p   0   6/6   8/24
                                                                          EXN   100   21   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     3:30p   4:25p   0   6/6   8/24
                                                                          EXN   100   22   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     4:30p   5:25p   0   6/6   8/24
                                                                          EXN   100   23   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     5:30p   6:25p   0   6/6   8/24
                                                                          EXN   100   24   Customized Wellness I    N    MW     6:30p   7:25p   0   6/6   8/24

                                                                          Tuesdays & Thursdays
                                                                          June 7 – August 25                               $150
                                                                          Course      Sc Course Title               Bldg Days   Time            Cr Start End
                                                                          EXN   101   18   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     7:00a   7:55a   0   6/7   8/25
                                                                          EXN   101   19   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     8:00a   8:55a   0   6/7   8/25
                                                                          EXN   101   20   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     2:30p   3:25p   0   6/7   8/25
                                                                          EXN   101   21   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     3:30p   4:25p   0   6/7   8/25
                                                                          EXN   101   22   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     4:30p   5:25p   0   6/7   8/25
                                                                          EXN   101   23   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     5:30p   6:25p   0   6/7   8/25
                                                                          EXN   101   24   Customized Wellness II   N    TR     6:30p   7:25p   0   6/7   8/25




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   Experience QC
 Careers
   The faculty members at Quincy College are talented
   teachers and experienced professionals. What I’ve learned in my
   Economics courses I’ve used to start and expand my own business ventures.
32 Thomas Williams | Major: Business | Hometown: Carver, MA   Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
Quincy College

Board of Governors                                                      Nondiscrimination Policy
William S. Grindlay, Chairperson                                        Quincy College is an academic community dedicated to openness,
Mary	Jo	Brogna,	First	Vice	Chairperson                                  tolerance and respect. Our doors and programs are open to all
Francis	E.	Byrne,	Second	Vice	Chairperson                               students and employees without regard to age, race, religion, sex,
Paul Barbadoro, Esq.                                                    marital or parental status, national origin, veteran status, physical
Christopher J. Bell                                                     or mental disability or sexual orientation. The College does not
William Boozang                                                         discriminate in its education programs or in admissions to, access
Barbara Clarke                                                          to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities.
Frederick M. Doyle, Esq.                                                Quincy College strives to not only meet, but exceed all Federal, State
Thomas G. Feenan                                                        and Local statutes governing equal opportunity and inclusion. All
Maureen Glynn Carroll, Esq.                                             questions, concerns, or complaints regarding the College’s Affirmative
Joseph P. Shea                                                          Action/Title	VI	or	Sexual	Harassment/Title	IX	policies	should	be	
Pedro	Viejo-Rodriguez                                                   forwarded to Lorri Mayer, Executive Director of Human Resources, 24
                                                                        Saville Avenue, Saville Hall, Room 211, Quincy, MA 02169 or by calling
College Cabinet                                                         617-984-1768 or at lmayer@quincycollege.edu. Inquiries regarding
Peter H. Tsaffaras, J.D., President                                     services for students with disabilities or student concerns or complaints
Pushap	R.	Kapoor,	Vice	President,	Administration	&	Finance              regarding Sections 503/504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the
Anna	Williams,	J.D.,	Vice	President,	Academic	Affairs                   Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 should be forwarded to
                                                                        Susan Bossa, Executive Director of Student Support Services/ADA
Accreditation                                                           Coordinator, 150 Newport Avenue Ext., Quincy, MA 02171 or by calling
Quincy College is accredited by the New England Association of          617-984-1656 or at sbossa@quincycollege.edu. Quincy College is
Schools and Colleges, Inc., through its Commission on Institutions of   in full compliance with MGL, Chapter 269 Section 17, 18, and 19 and
Higher Education. Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the   hazing is prohibited in Quincy College. Please refer to College Policy
New England Association should be directed to the administrative        6-12 on the website or in the College catalog.
staff of the institution. Individuals may also contact: Commission
on Institutions of Higher Education, New England Association of         Student Records Policy
Schools and Colleges, 209 Burlington Road, Bedford, MA 01730-           Quincy College follows and enforces all federal and state laws
1433, 781-271-0022, cihe@neasc.org. The College is authorized by        protecting the confidentiality and security of student records. The
the Coordinating Council of Higher Education of the Commonwealth        Family Educational and Privacy Right Act, also known as the Buckley
of Massachusetts to award the Degrees of Associate in Arts and          Amendment, is enforced by all departments on campus. This shall
Associate in Science. We are also accredited by the National League     constitute a public notice that, under both state and federal law,
for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), 3343 Peachtree Rd.,         Quincy College may disclose certain information, commonly referred
3343 Peachtree Rd., NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA 30326, 404-975-          to as directory information, from the educational records of students
5000 (P), 404-975-5020 (F), www.nlnac.org, and the Commission on        at Quincy College upon the request of third parties. The student has
Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Quincy      the right to refuse to allow Quincy College to designate any of the
College is approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to offer       information as directory information. Said written objections should be
training to veterans and their dependents under the G.I. Bill.          filed with the Registrar. Where no written objection is submitted by the
                                                                        student, directory information may be released without the student’s
                                                                        consent.

                                                                        Notification of Jury Duty Law
                                                                        According to the office of the Jury Commissioner of the Commonwealth
                                                                        of	Massachusetts,	“Every	U.S.	Citizen	17	years	of	age	or	older	who	is	
                                                                        a Massachusetts resident and an inhabitant for more than 50% of
                                                                        the time is eligible to serve as a juror. If you are a resident of another
                                                                        state but a student at a Massachusetts college, you are an inhabitant
                                                                        for more than 50% of the year and, therefore, eligible to serve as a
                                                                        juror in Massachusetts.” Students who miss class in order to fulfill
                                                                        their jury service requirement should notify each of their instructors of
                                                                        the summons and make arrangements to complete any missed work.
                                                                        Students should contact their dean if they need assistance in making
                                                                        arrangements for missed class time.


                                                                        The information in this publication is provided solely for the convenience of
                                                                        the reader. The College reserves the right to make any changes at any time
                                                                        in respect to course offerings, degree requirements, services provided or
                                                                        any other subject addressed in this publication. While every effort has been
                                                                        made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication,
                                                                        Quincy College expressly disclaims any liability which may otherwise be
                                                                        incurred, based solely on reliance of the information contained herein. The
                                                                        most up to date information can be found online at
                                                                        www.quincycollege.edu or by calling 617-984-1710.

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   Experience QC
 Affordability
   Quincy College gives its students a well-rounded education at a
   small college cost. Whether you’re studying to earn a degree or taking
   classes to pursue a passion, you can find what you need at Quincy College.
34 Kara Dufresne | Major: Liberal Arts, Behavioral Sciences | Hometown: Sagamore Beach, MA • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
                                                                             Quincy College
Financial Aid, Refunds, and Deposits

Financial Aid                                                                  Life Long Learning Courses
The Financial Aid Office at Quincy College helps students explore              Students are officially enrolled when the College receives payment and
funding options to finance their education. Some of the services the           processes the registration. At times, enrollment fluctuates and courses
Financial Aid Office offers include: filing the FAFSA application; checking    may be cancelled. Cancellations will result in a full refund. Withdrawals
eligibility for awards, loans, and grants; budgeting college costs and fees;   prior to the first meeting will be refunded less a $25 processing fee.
and providing information about various funding sources. These sources         Failure to attend a class does not constitute withdrawal. For courses,
may include, but are not limited to, Massachusetts State Scholarships,         workshops and institutes that meet more than once, refunds are eligible
Pell Grants, President’s Scholarship for Excellence and Service, Federal       according to the following schedule: after the first meeting, but before
Stafford Loans, Plus Loans, Work Study, and The General Infantry Bill.         the second meeting — full refund less $50 fee; after the second meeting,
Students may also access information and complete their applica-               but before the third meeting — 50% refund; and at the start of the third
tions online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. For information about Financial Aid,         meeting — no refund.
contact the Financial Aid Office at 617-984-1620 or visit the office at
Newport Hall, Room 114, in North Quincy.                                       Allied Health Seat Deposits
                                                                               The seat deposit is a good faith payment by students to reserve their
Refund Schedule                                                                seats in the program and strengthen their resolve and commitment
Students are eligible for a tuition refund should they decide to stop          to attend. Once students enroll in the program, their seat deposits are
attending a class. Students must fill out an add/drop form and submit          applied toward their tuition. However, if students decide not to attend,
it to the Enrollment Services Office during business hours for the             they forfeit their seat deposits. Seat deposit refunds are approved at the
refund to be certified and processed. No add/drops are allowed over            discretion of the President on a case by case basis due to exceptional
the phone. There is a charge of $20 for each course dropped. To                circumstances.
receive	a	“W”	and	avoid	a	failing	grade	for	a	course,	students	must	
submit a Withdrawal Form before the official withdrawal date of                Refund checks are processed within 4-6 weeks by the Business Office.
June 9 (Session 1, 5-wk), July 15 (Session 1, 10-wk), July 21 (Session         However, refunds can be processed much quicker if payment is received
2, 5-wk), August 18 (Session 2, 10-day). Lack of attendance does not           by credit card. For more information on the status of a refund, contact
constitute a withdrawal. All student fees are non-refundable.                  the Business Office at 617-984-1630.

Refunds are calculated from the first class meeting and determined by
the schedule below:

5-week and 10-week Classes
100%      The day prior to the start of the 2nd class meeting
                                                                                New!
                                                                                 Biotechnology, Clinical Lab Science,
50%
0%
          The day prior to the start of the 3rd class meeting
          The day of the 3rd class meeting
                                                                                 and Media Arts Programs
                                                                                 Quincy College is offering new programs in Biotechnology and
10-day Classes                                                                   Compliance (starting fall 2011), Clinical Laboratory Science and Media
100%      Course dropped on or before August 10th                                Arts. These innovative programs are designed to prepare students for
                                                                                 careers in their chosen field upon graduation.
50%       Course dropped on August 11th
                                                                                 For more information on these programs, please contact:
0%        After August 11th
                                                                                 Biotechnology & Compliance Program
For the most up to date information, contact the Enrollment Services             Bruce	Van	Dyke,	Chair,	617-984-1669,	bvandyke@quincycollege.edu
Office at 617-984-1650.
                                                                                 Clinical Laboratory Science Program
                                                                                 Rebecca Dion, Chair, 617-984-1726, rsilva@quincycollege.edu

                                                                                 Media, Arts, and Entertainment Program
                                                                                 Wes Ennis, Instructor, 617-984-1746, wennis@quincycollege.edu




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     Tuition and Fees                           (Costs are subject to change after May 1, 2011)


     Quincy College Summer 2011 Tuition                                            College Fees for Summer 2011
     Liberal Arts , Business and Sciences                    $165/credit           Account/Registration Reactivation Fee        $100
     Fine Arts, Music, Telecourses                           $175/credit           Allied Health Admissions Test                $25
     Science Labs (1 credit each)                            $220/credit           Allied Health Application                    $50
     Computer Science and Technology                         $195/credit           Allied Health Deposit (Non-Refundable)       $250
     Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS credits only)          $270/credit           Allied Health Matriculation Fee              $100
     First	Year	Seminar	(IDS	165)	                           $125/course           Nursing Test Fee (ADN)                       $106/semester
                                                                                   Nursing Test Fee (PN)                        $101/semester
     Allied Health Summer 2011 Tuition
                                                                                   Surgical Technology Test Fee                 $225
     Nursing (RNU credits only)                              $570/credit
                                                                                   Application (Non Allied Health)              $30
     Practical Nursing (PNU credits only)                    $425/credit
                                                                                   CLEP/ACT-PEP Rate                            $150/course*
     Surgical Technology (SUR credits only)                  $425/credit
                                                                                   Commencement                                 $150
     Allied Health (ALH credits only)                        $175/credit
                                                                                   Course Change (Add/Drop)                     $20/line****
     Phlebotomy (PHB credits only)                           $210/credit
                                                                                   Experiential Learning Portfolio Evaluation   $100/application
     Exercise Science/Personal Training                      $270/credit
     (EXS	credits	only)                                                            Experiential Learning Transfer Fee           $100/credit
                                                                                   Health Insurance (9 or more credits)         $579
     Tuition and Fees are subject to change and are payable in full before the     High School Student Rate                     $110/credit*
     start of the semester. Fees are non-refundable and are due at the time        Non-Resident Student Fee                     $45/credit
     the service is rendered or the cost is incurred.
        *Does not include computer classes, science labs or allied                 Late Payment                                 $60
          health classes.                                                          Parking Permit                               $50/semester
       **Students who are covered by another health insurance plan may
                                                                                   Quincy/N. Quincy high school student rate    $200/course*
          waive this fee by submitting a waiver form to the Business Office
          within 15 days of the start of the semester.                             Registration Fee                             $20/semester
      ***Quincy College alumni receive up to 5 transcripts per calendar year       Returned Check                               $60/each
          free of charge.
                                                                                   Senior Citizen Rate (65 and older)           $150/course*
     ****No charge for adding courses.
                                                                                   Student Picture ID (required for library,    $25 per ID
     Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration for all courses.     computer labs, and tutoring services)
     Cash, personal checks, Discover, MasterCard and Visa are accept-              Student Locker Fee                           $50/semester
     able forms of payment.                                                        Transcript (before 1995)                     $25 (up to 3 transcripts)
     Please note that Quincy College can not accept starter checks                 Transcript by mail (7 to 10 days)            $5***
     or checks without an address.                                                 Transcript in person (After 1995)            $15***
                                                                                   Unofficial Transcript                        $1
                                                                                   Veteran	Rate	                                $100/credit*




     Quincy	College	Veterans	Discount	Program
     Veterans	may	enroll	in	either	Liberal	Arts	or	Business	&	Public	Service	      Quincy College discount. Quincy College is also a participant of the U.S.
     classes at a rate of $100 per credit, which represents a savings of $65       Department	of	Veterans	Affairs	Yellow	Ribbon	Program,	a	provision	of	
     per	credit	or	$195	per	course.	Veterans	are	eligible	for	this	discounted	     the	Post	9/11	Veterans	Educational	Assistance	Act	of	2008.	Students	
     rate regardless of the number of courses they take in a semester.             may	contact	Lauren	Folloni,	Quincy	College	VA	representative,	at	
     The veteran discount program is not funded by the state or federal            617-984-1773 or lfolloni@quincycollege.edu for assistance with their
     government; therefore, veterans who are eligible for education benefits       benefits.
     through	the	U.S.	Department	of	Veteran	Affairs	are	also	eligible	for	the	



     Special Thanks                                           Faculty              Students
     Quincy College wishes to extend its thanks to all        Kenneth Texeira      Sameh Bourham              Kara Nash                Chereen Soufan
     of the students and faculty who volunteered to                                Ruth Dell                  Marcos Pires             Thomas Williams
     participate in our photo sessions. A special thank                            Kara Dufresne              Debbie Russell
     you	to	the	Quincy	Y	for	opening	its	facilities	to	us.                         Kiersten Grattan           Steven Simpson



36                                                                                      Quincy College • Teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time
Quincy College prepares you for your future. Whether you’re transferring to a four
year school or starting a new career, the staff and faculty at QC help you
take the next step.
Sameh Bourham | Alumnus, Business | Hometown: Alexandria, Egypt



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