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Connections Connecting Learning & Life | Summer/Fall 2012

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The Stopping Power of Art – Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Making a Living and Going Green – Landscape and Horticultural Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Working Inside the Box – Broadcasting Arts and Technology . . . . . . 8 Finding the Right Environment for Success – Nicholas Lionetti, Exercise Science Student at CCM . . . . . 10 Expressing Creativity, One Landscape at a Time – Susan Olinger ’99, President, Association of Professional Landscape Designers . . . . . . 11 Unleashing Your Potential through Hands-On Experience – Cooperative Education and Internships . . . . . . . . . . 12 A Daughter Gives Voice to Her Father’s Heroic Actions – CCM Health Coordinator Publishes Book on WWII Exploits . . . . . 14 You Can Afford College Financial Aid: The Gateway to Higher Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 It’s All About Choice – Course Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Summer and Fall 2012 Courses . . . . 20 Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Registration Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Tuition and Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Dr. Edward J. Yaw ris President, County College of Mor

On the cover: Professor Todd Doney with his painting Trees, May 16, 7:54 p.m. (Related article appears on page 5.) Photo: Shelley Kusnetz Photography

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News CCM President Edward J. Yaw Celebrates 25 Years

Reducing the Cost of Earning a Bachelor’s Degree

Over the past academic year, County College of Morris (CCM) has established more than 20 new joint agreements with four-year colleges to make earning a bachelor’s more affordable in disciplines ranging from communications and criminal justice, to education and nursing. These newest agreements are in addition to the more than 55 transfer agreements CCM already had in place. “Articulation agreements provide our students with a number of advantages,” notes Dr. Edward J. Yaw, president of CCM. “They ease the transfer process to a four-year school, provide a more affordable pathway for earning a bachelor’s degree, and allow students to establish relationships at two distinct institutions.” The newest agreements include the establishment of 19 additional joint programs with Centenary College in Hackettstown, two new programs with the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, and an RN/BSN program with Ramapo College in Mahwah. For a list of CCM articulation agreements, visit www.ccm.edu and search for “articulation.” Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, president of Centenary College, and Dr. Edward J. Yaw, president of County College of Morris, sign an agreement providing for another 19 dual-admissions programs between the two colleges.

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College is expensive, especially for students who want to earn a bachelor’s degree or higher. But there are ways to significantly reduce that cost.

This past October, the County College of Morris (CCM) Foundation held a special celebration to honor Dr. Edward J. Yaw on the 25th anniversary of his presidency at CCM. The program featured remarks from Paul Boudreau, president of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce; Rochelle Hendricks, secretary of higher education for New Jersey; Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen; and Sister Francis Rafferty, S.C., president of the College of Saint Elizabeth. Since becoming president in 1986, Dr. Yaw has guided CCM’s development to its current status as one of the state’s leading community colleges. He also has played an instrumental role in shaping higher education in New Jersey through his work on professional and educational councils. As part of that service, he led the effort to gain enactment of a state-wide transfer agreement to ease the process for students seeking to pursue their educations beyond an associate’s degree. An active community leader, he has served on the boards of numerous organizations, including the Morris County Chamber of Commerce and the Urban League of Morris County, offering his time and expertise to improving the Scan with your smartphone to view photos and video lives of others. from the celebration.

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and Notes CCM Opens New Morristown Location

Promethean Literary Magazine Wins National Award of Distinction The Promethean, the student-produced literary and arts magazine at County College of Morris (CCM), was presented with a national award of distinction in the 2011 Graphic Design USA Competition.

“The 2011 competition drew more than 8,000 entries in all categories and only 15 percent were chosen for recognition, making this a particularly noteworthy recognition for the Promethean,” noted Professor Kathy McNeil, who serves as faculty advisor for the publication. “Our students can take pride in having made the Promethean part of a select group of projects recognized as the best the graphic design field has to offer.” The students who worked on the design and production of the 2010-2011 edition were Shelley Kays of Hampton, Christopher Melberger of Sparta, John Mehrkens of Sparta, Katerina Paleckova of Dover, Sonnya Orozco of Wharton and Rosangely Montilla of Randolph. Design and production of the magazine is a demanding 15-week course in the Visual Arts department. The publication consists of literary and art submissions from students, faculty and staff at CCM. Over the past 12 years, the publication has won more than 20 awards.

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Competing against entries from leading design and advertising agencies, the 2010-2011 edition of the Promethean was presented with an award in the publications category.

(l-r): Morris County Freeholder Director Gene Feyl, Freeholders Margaret Nordstrom and Ann Grossi, CCM Board of Trustees Chair Jeffrey Advokat and CCM President Edward J. Yaw cut the ribbon for the college’s new Morristown location at 30 Schuyler Place.

County College of Morris (CCM) marked the opening of its new Morristown location at 30 Schuyler Place this past January with a ribbon cutting and open house attended by more than 150 people. The new vision and focus of CCM–Morristown/Schuyler Place is to provide the Morristown area with greater access to higher education courses and professional development training in the areas of information technology, health care, business and English proficiency. Consisting of more than 5,000 square feet of classroom and administrative office space, the new location features six high-tech classrooms, including two computer labs. Provided by the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the facility has resulted in significant cost savings for the college.

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By Nancy Dreyfus

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The Stopping Power of Art Visual Arts

The County College of Morris Visual Arts Faculty Exhibit at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

Anyone who has ever visited a gallery understands the power of art. That may be why the visual arts attract so many students.

Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY, to name just a few top schools. The secret behind that success is a dedicated faculty.

“We have display cases outside of my classroom where students showcase their work,” says Clayton Allen, chair and associate professor of Visual Arts at County College of Morris (CCM). “Most who pass by are not art majors, but when they notice something good, they literally stop in their tracks. They’ve gotten that ‘wow’ moment of the day. It’s a privilege as an artist to make that happen for people.”

“The faculty is really outstanding,” Allen says. “Our proximity to New York draws talent from around the world. Our faculty consists of accomplished professional artists with master’s degrees. And they are committed to teaching”

The Visual Arts program at CCM offers four majors: an Associate in Applied “Students Science in Photography or Graphic Design, and an Associate in Fine work hard and Arts in Visual Arts or Design. do well here, and CCM Visual Arts majors go on they transfer to a variety of fields including to top schools.” art education, art therapy, fine art, photography, graphic design, architecture and industrial design. “Students work hard and do well here, and they transfer to top schools,” says Allen. Graduates have gone on to the Corcoran School of Art and Design in Washington DC, the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York University, Parsons and Pratt in Manhattan, and Rochester | 4 |

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The University of the Arts in Philadelphia (UArts) apparently agrees with that assessment. UArts recently invited the CCM Fine Arts and Photography faculty to exhibit in its Hamilton and Arronson galleries. According to UArts Director of Exhibitions Sid Sachs, the invitation was extended to the faculty because of the many successful students CCM has sent to UArts. The exhibition was well received. “In fact,” Sachs says, “we’ve sold work from the exhibit – something that happens very rarely.” “It’s an honor to be here at CCM,” says Allen. “I work with great people who do their jobs really well.” In addition to the faculty exhibit, UArts also recently signed an articulation agreement that will make it easier for CCM students to transfer their credits to the university.

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Faculty Profile From Goo to Galleries – An Artistic Journey Todd Doney, Assistant Professor, Visual Arts The creative process has always fascinated Todd Doney, assistant professor, Visual Arts, at County College of Morris (CCM). “You start out with a blank canvas. When you’re done putting this bunch of goo on there – that’s what paint is – the shapes and colors come together to form something beautiful.”

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Doney began his education at a community college and went on to attend the prestigious American Academy of Art in Chicago. Shortly after graduation, he obtained his first commission – a football illustration for Playboy magazine. During the next 25 years, he created artwork for book covers, sports teams and advertising agencies.

“My parents signed me up for art classes on a whim when I was in second grade. So I had a vision of what I wanted to do at an early age. CCM was fantastic. The professors supported me in all of my work. Even if we had different views, they were ready to listen to my ideas and really sent me on a good, confident path. When I graduate from Corcoran, I would love to get into a teaching position at the college level. Teaching will allow me to pursue my own artwork and explore my own ideas.”

Recently, Doney had his first one-man show at a New York gallery and found

In the summer of 2013, Doney will have a one-person show at the Morris Museum. “They like to showcase local artists and the fact that I paint the Great Swamp makes it a true Jersey show.” One of his paintings of the Great Swamp appears on the cover of this publication. He has encouraged his own children to paint, having learned early on that some artistic boundaries need to be established. “My son was goofing around with my paints and I was not in the room. I came in a little while later and found that he was adding his artistic touch to one of my paintings,” Doney recalls. Apparently, the goo-that-is-paint had also drawn his son’s fascination. Doney gave the painting to his mother. “Mom liked it all the more because her grandson had added his mark to it.” Such is art. ND

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Patrick Masterson ’11, AFA, Fine Arts Class of 2015, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC

He has long wanted to teach art full-time. This year, he achieved that ambition when he joined CCM as a full-time professor teaching drawing, painting, and portfolio and presentation classes. “It’s rewarding when somebody learns from you,” he says, “and students provide you with fresh artistic perspectives as well.”

the event offered a special challenge. The gallery required 40 paintings. “I only had 20 in my studio, so I had three months to come up with the balance of those paintings,” he says. “It all came together and I got it done.” Every painting exhibited that night sold.

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Making a Living and Going Green Landscape and Horticultural Technology By Nancy Dreyfus

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For the past 30 years, the County College of Morris (CCM) Landscape and Horticultural Technology (LHT) department has been preparing students for “green-collar” jobs, long before the term was even coined. Guided by Chair Jan-Marie Traynor until her retirement this year and now by her successor, Brian Oleksak, the department has won the National Association of Agricultural Educators Award for the quality of its curriculum. “Students attracted to this discipline tend to share a love for plants and concern for the environment,” Oleksak says. “They work together on a day-to-day basis and often form friendships that turn into business associations.” LHT offers three Associate in Applied Science degrees: Turf and Turfgrass Management, Landscape Management and Design, and Agribusiness. The department also offers certificate programs in Landscape Design, Landscape Contractor, Garden Center and Grounds Maintenance. Students can enter the job market immediately after graduation or transfer to a four-year college for science degrees. Graduates have gone on to schools such as Penn State, Rutgers and the University of Maryland. In addition, CCM has a transfer agreement with the

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Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, PA, allowing credits to be directly applied there. CCM graduates with two-year degrees have been hired to work in landscaping construction and landscape design firms. Many have also started their own landscaping businesses. Those with advanced degrees are working in plant science, ornamental horticulture, community and urban planning, large nurseries, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other government agencies. “What attracts people is that we offer a high-quality, affordable education without a long commute. Everything they need is right here in New Jersey,” says Oleksak. Soon a new 7,200-square-foot LHT building will be opening at CCM. It will feature a drafting room with dual-use drafting and computer workstations, a computer lab, two “hands-on” classrooms, a conference room and a large entry corridor for student displays. “This structure reflects our philosophy of sustainable practices,” Oleksak adds. Designed to meet U.S. Green Building LEED Gold certification, the facility boasts geothermal heating and cooling, photovoltaic panels, a vegetated flat roof, recycled and recyclable building materials, a rain-collection system and maximum use of natural light.


Faculty Profile Defending the Environment Brian Oleksak, Chair, Landscape and Horticultural Technology Brian Oleksak, chair of the Landscape and Horticultural Technology program at County College of Morris, grew up getting his hands dirty in the family garden. “I think I knew at a very young age that I would go into this field,” he says. Today, as a professional horticulturalist, his greatest environmental concern is the introduction of invasive species – both plants and insects – into North America. Some culprits include Japanese stilt grass, the now-familiar Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, the Emerald Ash Borer and the Asian Longhorn Beetle.

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Horticultural professionals stand at the forefront of fighting these invaders through education and coordination with government agencies. “These species come in shipping wood or packing materials,” says Oleksak. “Once shipped into the country, they can gain a foothold in the landscape. New Jersey has a large volume of international shipping entering through its ports. We’re ground zero for many invasive species.” It’s not hopeless, however. When Asian Longhorn beetles came into the country a few years back, government agencies and private horticulturalists banded together in an educational campaign to eradicate them.

“We had landscapers and homeowners look for the beetles,” says Oleksak. “The New Jersey Department of Agriculture took the lead and quarantined them. Scientists were sent in to triage the area. Trees were removed where the beetle was positively identified, then chipped and incinerated. Field agents monitored areas to ensure that the beetle didn’t spread. It was a great success story for New Jersey.” Education is important in horticulture, not only for preserving but also for appreciating the environment. “The most rewarding aspect of teaching is the number of people who tell me that their studies here provided a life-changing moment for them,” says Oleksak. He notes that those who are typically drawn to the field have a concern for the environment, so they’re working with like-minded people. “We have natural resources that are potentially being threatened at various levels including water, topsoil and native species. I challenge students to look in the newspaper every day to find ecologically relevant stories,” he says “The population is increasing and areas are being developed that will be challenged environmentally. Horticulturalists will play an important role on the front lines of defending and maintaining our environment.” ND

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“In 2004, I was getting out of the Marines and attended a major league baseball game. Right then, I knew that turf management was what I wanted to do, so I enrolled in the horticultural program at CCM. Upon graduation, I was hired as the head groundskeeper for the Winston-Salem (North Carolina) Dash baseball team. I maintain a 100,000-square-foot playing field and 35 acres around the stadium, control all hiring for my department and manage my staff. Eventually, I hope to work in the major leagues. I’m glad I went to CCM. I would not be where I am today had I not gone there.” Doug Tanis ’06 Associate in Applied Science, Turf Management Head Groundskeeper, Winston-Salem Dash Minor League “Class A” Sports Turf Manager of the Year Connections

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Working Inside the Box Broadcasting Arts and Technology By Nancy Dreyfus Ever thought of working in television, radio, music-video production or a corporate video department? That’s precisely what graduates of the County College of Morris (CCM) Broadcasting Arts and Technology program have gone on to do. “The program introduces students to the process of broadcasting so they can transfer to four-year schools and complete their degrees,” says Professor Ray Kalas. Students have transferred to Columbia College in Chicago; Cornell in Ithaca, NY; Hofstra in Hempstead, NY; San Francisco State University; the School of Visual Arts in New York City; Syracuse; The New School in Manhattan; the University of Pennsylvania; and the University of Rhode Island, as well as to New Jersey colleges. One of the program’s particular strengths is the hands-on experience it provides. For example, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs called CCM last year to ask if students could produce a series of public service announcements (PSAs). The project was immediately incorporated into the curriculum. The Division of Consumer Affairs explained what it was looking

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for – a set of ads on how to protect against fraudulent activities – and the students worked in groups to produce the PSAs. Subjects covered included scams against the elderly, identity theft and sweepstakes frauds. The PSAs can be viewed at www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/mccpsa/. In addition to projects like the PSAs, students have gained real-world experience through internships at NBC, Fox News, MSNBC, WDHA, Grey Sky Films, Nabisco and ADP. “Two former CCM students became music-video producers and worked on projects for Sting, Roger Waters and My Chemical Romance,” says Kalas. Another student, after graduating from NYU, joined NBC Universal working on Hulu. Broadcasting careers include camerapersons, audio and video editors, writers, technical directors, marketing directors and producers. Plans are in the works to renovate the CCM broadcasting studio. “There will be two studios: a teaching studio and a professional production studio. The latter will be available to outside companies for media projects, providing students with experience as production assistants,” says Kalas.

What Kalas enjoys most about teaching is the camaraderie. “Last semester, I had a group of students in my Television 1 class and I could tell from the beginning that they were going to like working with one another. One night, between classes, I discovered the entire class renovating the studio to music. They were painting, scraping, dancing, whistling and smiling. They didn’t have to be there. The entire class just showed up. These guys are fun!”

“Barbara Walters was my idol when I was 10. I always loved writing. I’m also outgoing and like to meet people. My family and friends said, ‘You should do broadcast journalism. You’d be great.’ And I thought, ‘Well, why not?’ I learned a great deal about broadcasting at CCM, including lighting, camera work and interviewing skills. All of that has helped me in my present job. I work for a small station so I set up the camera, interview people, run back to the studio to edit the film and then go on the air to present it. I really love this job. The day flies.” Lisa Martone, ’02, A.A. Broadcast Journalism B.A. Journalism, Marist College Reporter/Photojournalist, WOI-TV, a Des Moines, IA, WABC affiliate

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“To work in the entertainment industry is not working; it’s fun.”

Faculty Profile From Film Noir to Mentoring Ray Kalas, Professor, Media Studies Broadcasting projects can lead anywhere. One took Ray Kalas, an independent producer before he started teaching at County College of Morris, into the world of film noir. “Our client, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, came to us with a challenge: show their cargo agents how the airlines moved packages from point A to point B worldwide,” recalls Kalas, professor of Media Studies at County College of Morris. The solution: follow a Sam Spade character tracking a package from New York to Casablanca. “We shot the film in black and white, hinted about what was in the package and turned it into a contest. The cargo agent who guessed the package contents would win a trip around the world.” Participants had to watch the videos repeatedly for hints. The film

increased the airline’s cargo tonnage by millions of dollars. “It was like making a full-length movie except we did it all in a 10-minute video,” says Kalas. The film won a CLIO, ORCA (Dutch award) and International Television Association Award. Kalas wrote and produced the video on a modest $300,000 budget. He says his entry into broadcasting was inspired by the times. “I’m part of the first TV generation. I remember the tiny square box in the big cabinet and wanted to be part of it.” First he served in the Air Force and was discharged near San Francisco. “Coincidentally, that was the location of one of the largest broadcasting schools in the world – San Francisco State University,” he recalls.

“To work in the entertainment industry is not working; it’s fun. And not doing the same thing every day – perhaps that’s the most exciting thing.” After decades in the field, he decided to take on a new challenge: teaching what he learned to a new generation of broadcast professionals. “I found that I enjoyed teaching more than being in the field,” says Kalas. “I love seeing students get excited about what they do. Knowing you’ve really reached someone is gratifying. I don’t know of any other job where you come home at night and feel as much a sense of accomplishment as that. I love working with students. They keep me going. I have not had a bad day in 14 years.” ND

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Student Profile Finding the Right Environment for Success Nicholas Lionetti, Exercise Science Student at CCM Nicholas Lionetti of Rockaway Township was first introduced to the field of physical therapy when he injured his knees playing sports. Then he switched to the other side of that experience by working for a sports care clinic in Parsippany.

“At CCM, there’s a lot of interaction with the teachers.”

“I watched and aided people, fetched weights and ice packs, and set up machines for weight lifting and running,” he says. From that point on, the County College of Morris (CCM) Exercise Science major knew what profession he wanted to pursue – physical therapy.

His move to the community college setting had another positive effect. “I made a lot of great friends and developed great study habits,” says Lionetti. “My study habits are so much better from coming here. It’s just a better learning environment.” He recently assumed a leadership role as the vice president of the newly formed Exercise Science Club. The club was started to create awareness, on campus and in the community, that exercise science goes beyond the stereotypic career of gym teacher. The club also intends to sponsor a number of community projects including exercise screenings, endurance testing and other health assessments. Following graduation, Lionetti plans to attend a four-year school to get an advanced degree in physical therapy. He has applied to several colleges and expects to be accepted by all of them. “As my education goes along, I definitely am going to look back and be thankful I came here,” he says, “It gave me a strong foundation.” His ultimate career goal is to help people. “I love sports and I want to put what I have learned in college into action as a physical therapist. I want to see people get well and make their lives better.” ND

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Originally, he attended a large state university, but felt lost there. “The class size was 300 students,” he recalls. “It was very discouraging. You expect teachers to care about students and in a large university setting they don’t. CCM offered a smaller, more caring environment. At CCM, there’s a lot of interaction with the teachers. Everyone is very friendly and that’s a help.”


Alumna Profile Expressing Creativity, One Landscape at a Time Olinger first developed an appreciation for gardening while working at a garden center. “I really enjoyed working with the plants and I decided to learn more,” she says. “The first person who I spoke with at CCM was very helpful in pointing out what courses were coming up that semester and where I should start. It gave me a good feeling about the program.”

Landscapes designed by CCM graduate Susan Olinger, pictured above

Susan Olinger ’99, President, Association of Professional Landscape Designers If Susan Olinger ’99 of Flanders could have seen into the future when she began studying Landscape Design and Management at County College of Morris (CCM) 18 years ago, her accomplishments would have surprised her. “I was always shy,” recalls Olinger. “I thought of myself as more of a follower than a leader.” Today, she is a landscape and garden designer and the 2012 president of the national Association of Professional Landscape Designers. She founded the New Jersey chapter of that organization in 2007. She has attended numerous workshops and conference tours in this country and in Europe, and completed certificate courses at both Rutgers University and the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

She began her studies in 1994, attending part-time while she worked, and completed her Associate in Science in Landscape Design and Management five years later. From there, she transferred to Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) to major in English. “Another goal of mine was to be a garden writer, but I didn’t finish at FDU because my career was taking off. I figured I’d go back. At some point, I will.” Today, she works as a landscape and garden designer with a company in Flanders. Prior to that, she worked in a retail nursery, managed private gardens, and served a two-year horticultural internship at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Morristown. She has lectured to groups on garden design and plant maintenance, and is a freelance garden writer and member of the Garden Writers Association. This spring, she will be donating her services to design a garden space during the annual Mansion in May fundraiser for the Morristown Medical Center. “I like working with people and it’s wonderful to be outdoors,” she says. “I wouldn’t call myself an artist, but I’ve always had a creative desire and landscape design offers an outlet for that.” ND

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Unleashing Your Potential through Hands-On Experience Cooperative Education and Internships By Lauren Nelson, Class of 2012 Believing in your dreams is where it starts. It is the first step toward fulfilling your destiny. For me, the place to start was County College of Morris (CCM), which offers students numerous opportunities to develop the skills they need to succeed. Two years ago, I entered the Journalism program at CCM. Unsure of what I wanted to do, I dived into writing in hopes of discovering a vocation I loved and one where I could earn a decent income. As a student at CCM, I not only have discovered the field of communications, I also have gained valuable hands-on experience. Renae McEvoy, Stephen Feuss and I are just a few examples of students who have taken advantage of the Cooperative Education and Internship program through the Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education at CCM to gain that kind of experience. McEvoy first discovered her interest in criminal justice in her high school criminology class at Morris Knolls. The class was taught by William Chegwidden, mayor of Wharton and deputy director of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders. She realized the challenge of entering a field dominated by men but was determined to prove herself. As a student at CCM, she worked with the counselors in Career Services and was hired for an internship at the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office. Now she is working there part-time as she continues her education. Feuss became a successful graphic designer and entrepreneur as a result of an internship he obtained through Career Services. After earning his associate’s degree in graphic design, he began his career on his CCM education and internship experience alone. Today he owns his own firm, iDesign Creative Services.

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While majoring in journalism at CCM, I was directed by my professors and Career Services to several real-world opportunities to develop my skills. I started writing for the Youngtown Edition, CCM’s student newspaper, my first semester as a requirement for a course. That turned into a position as a features editor. Following that, Dr. Noel Robinson, my journalism professor, offered me a paid position on the paper as the business manager where I learned about the advertising side of the business. Those experiences led me to being hired as a paid public relations intern with the Communications and College Relations department at CCM. The feeling of knowing all my hard work had been recognized was amazing. CCM places a high emphasis on providing students with opportunities to develop the credentials that will make them attractive to future employers. Approximately


The Value of Internships • Gain practical, hands-on experience • Develop strong interpersonal skills • Research different career options • Establish a network • Build your resume

“I participated in a Criminal Justice Career Service Workshop created by Career Services at CCM with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Community Affairs Unit. Throughout the next few weeks, I was able to meet the FBI, local police departments, the Federal Air Marshall Service, Port Authority officers and the New Jersey State Police. The various agencies gave tips and advice about entering into law enforcement careers. The assistant prosecutors, on the other hand, gave advice on creating professional resumes and the option of applying for an internship at the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office (MCPO). In July of 2011, I applied, interviewed and was offered to participate in the internship program. I had Professor (John) Hurd since my freshman year at CCM, and when I told him I got the internship he was thrilled. He is one of the reasons my final semester and my internship was such a success. He expects his students to put forth their best efforts and gives us the inspiration to do so. Professor Hurd helped me focus on my goals and kept me on the path to my career. At the end of the semester, I was offered a part-time position as an analyst for the MCPO. I absolutely love it.” Renae McEvoy ’11 A.S., Criminal Justice

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150 to 200 students participate in the Cooperative Education and Internship program each year and more than 60 percent of those students are offered continued employment, according to Career Services. “The message we are always giving is that there is nothing like getting real, first-hand knowledge of what a particular field is all about,” says Denise Schmidt, director of Career Services. As a public relations intern, I have had the opportunity to write on a variety of topics and build a portfolio, as I also have gotten to work with some of the most inspiring and encouraging people I have yet to meet. Writing is something that I am passionate about because I believe that words can be used to inspire people to be all that they were made to be. You never know what life will bring. But one thing I have learned is that achieving your dreams is possible if you keep a good attitude, keep working and keep seeking out opportunities to succeed.

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A Daughter Gives Voice to Her Father’s Heroic Actions CCM Health Coordinator Elizabeth Hoban Publishes Book on WWII Exploits By Kathleen Brunet Eagan

Without the Internet and his daughter’s deep desire and need to write, the remarkable story of Lt. Col. Henry Supchak as a WWII pilot might never have been told. Coordinator of Health Services at County College of Morris (CCM) and an avid writer, Elizabeth Hoban, R.N., MSN, is the author of The Final Mission, A Boy, a Pilot, and a World at War. The book, released by Westholme Publishing this spring, tells the story of her father’s courageous actions to save an Austrian village and a shepherd boy’s decades-long search to thank him. Supchak was flying his second-to-last mission over Germany in July 1944 when his B-17 bomber, Priority Girl, was hit by enemy fire. He was attempting to reach Switzerland, but with two engines incapacitated was forced instead to order his eight crewmen to bail out over Austria. As Supchak was about to abandon the aircraft, he noticed it was on a collision course with an Alpine village. He got back in his seat, directed the aircraft toward the base of a mountain and then jumped from the

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plane, saving the village from destruction. From the ground below, a shepherd boy watched as the pilot fell from the sky and was immediately surrounded by German soldiers and taken to a prison camp where Supchak and his crew remained for the rest of the war. It was not a story Hoban knew as a child. She does, however, recall her father suffering from nightmares and that D-Day was always a solemn time in their home. It was only when she Googled her father’s name on a whim in 2006 that she discovered Ander Haas, the shepherd boy turned successful entrepreneur, had been searching for her father for years. Once connected, Haas invited Supchak, then 91 years old, to return to the village. “He wanted to honor my dad and hold a ceremony at the bronze monument the village had installed commemorating him for his humanitarianism,” recalls Hoban. Hoban’s mother, Gene Elizabeth Supchak, a Korean MASH nurse, had passed away shortly before the trip could be arranged.

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Lt. Col. Henry Supchak with his plane Priority Girl So it was Hoban who accompanied her father on that journey, opening up the doors to the unfolding of a story the pilot’s daughter had the skills to put to paper. As a young girl, Hoban had dreamed of being a writer but was guided instead to become a nurse because it would provide her with a more stable career. She never gave up writing, however; not as a young wife married to a military pilot moving from base to base; not as a young mother; and not as a young widow after her husband, Lt. James Hoban, was killed during the Libyan Crisis in 1986.


“I can’t not write. That’s my time,” she says. During her parenting years, she wrote a syndicated newspaper column on the humorous antics of children. She also has published magazine articles. But her real love is writing books. While her father’s story is her first published book, her agent has sent some of her other work to several publishing houses. The Final Mission was put together on the road trips she and her father took to visit her mother’s grave at Doyle Cemetery in Bordentown. She’d drive, ask questions, and her father would release his memories. Writing the book came easy for her. Throughout her adult life, she has spent at least three hours a night – every night – writing. It is that commitment – passion really – that gave her the skills to craft such intense memories into a book that reads like a novel.

23; and Matthew, 17. She also was a foster parent to two boys whom she raised into adulthood “because they were friends of my children and I did not want to see them split up in foster care.” While both her father and husband were pilots, flying is not something Hoban enjoys. There is, however, one flight that stands out as a cherished memory. When her father returned to Austria for the

ceremony in his honor, he was given the controls of a four-seat plane provided by Swarovski Crystal. Sitting in the seat behind her father, Hoban was flown “by the oldest pilot to fly through Austria’s Stubai Valley, past Italy and across the Swiss border, the border that he had been trying to reach so many years before.” (Article also appeared in the Daily Record, March 11, 2012)

Along with the writing, Hoban also enjoys her work as a college nurse and being surrounded by students. “It’s where I find a lot of material for my books,” she says. “I just love this age group. They are fascinating.” Hoban began her career at CCM as an adjunct professor and in 2005 was named health coordinator. She is the mother of four children, Justin, 28; Ryan, 26; Chase,

Henry Supchak flies over Austria’s Stubai Valley with his daughter Elizabeth Hoban in a plane provided by Swarovski Crystal so he could reach the Swiss border that he had been trying to reach so many decades earlier.

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You Can Afford College Financial Aid: The Gateway to Higher Education Four-year college tuition rates are rising fast, leading many prospective students to turn to local community colleges. Even though community college tuitions are typically one fifth of the cost of an average four-year institution, according to the College Board, many students still find funding their education a challenge. That’s why almost half of students attending college seek financial aid. “Financial aid is extremely important, especially in these economically trying times,” says Harvey Willis, director of Financial Aid at County College of Morris (CCM). “For many students, educational funding is what makes a higher degree possible.” CCM Financial Aid Facts Amount of aid that students received in 2010 Federal (grants and loans)

$13.1 million

State (grants, scholarships and loans)

$1.8 million

Institutional (CCM scholarships)

>$200,000

Other (community scholarships)

$380,000

Percentage of students who receive financial aid 2011

45%

2012 (projected)

50%

FAFSA: A Prerequisite to Financial Aid

CCM Foundation Scholarship Recipient Channels Energy through Dance Heather Smith, Recipient of the Sherri Marie McDonald Memorial Scholarship

To receive the best financial aid package possible, students need to apply for financial aid every year. This process includes completing the government’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Both a paper version and an online version are available but the online version provides better accuracy and a faster turnaround time. Once processed, the college obtains the results electronically.

Heather Smith, recipient of the Sherri Marie

“Students should work on this form with their parents,” says Willis. “I can’t stress enough the importance of filing on time and that students respond immediately to the office’s requests for additional documents.”

daughter dance around the house. When

FEDERAL PROGRAMS Pell Grant A Pell Grant, unlike a loan, does not have to be repaid. The maximum Pell grant for the 2012-13 award year is $5,550. The amount depends on financial need, costs to attend school and status as a full-time or part-time student.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) The FSEOG program provides need-based grants to students with exceptional financial need. Pell grant recipients with the lowest expected family contribution are the first to be considered for these grants.

McDonald Memorial Scholarship for Music, Fine Arts or Performing Arts at County College of Morris (CCM), was always a very active child. Her mother channeled that energy by playing music and watching her they moved, her mom suggested dance lessons as a way to meet people. “I had a natural energy and rhythm for it,” says Smith. Her spirited constitution has also served her well in coping with a lifelong battle with Sickle Cell Anemia – a condition diagnosed when she was 5. The Ringwood native began studying at a four-year college as an English major. “I wasn’t ready for school and didn’t know what I wanted to do,” she says. As a result, a stressed-induced attack of Sickle Cell Anemia landed her in the hospital for

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“After a long break from school, I finally figured out what I wanted to do, dropped out of that college and majored in dance at CCM,” she says. She notes that she was fortunate that her first year was also Professor Terence Duncan’s first year as dance coordinator at CCM. “He’s toured and trained everywhere including with the New York Theatre Ballet. He’s very into what each specific student needs. He has so much to offer as a dancer and a mentor.”

Federal Work Study (FWS) The FWS program provides funds that are earned through part-time employment usually at the college. Federal Direct Loan Program The Federal Direct Loan program provides loans to undergraduate students who are enrolled at least half time. Students can borrow up to $5,500 for the first year and $6,500 for the second year.

Smith came to CCM for a degree. But she

Federal Direct Plus Program The Federal Direct Plus Loan program provides loans to parents of undergraduate students. Parents who pass the necessary credit approvals can borrow up to the cost of education for students enrolled at least half-time. Veterans’ Benefits Veterans’ benefits include the Post 9/11, Chapters 30, 1607, 31 and 35, Federal Tuition Assistance and Education Assistance programs. CCM counselors can help students apply for these benefits.

soon became involved in the Dance Club, was elected senator in the Student Government Association, and served as public relations officer of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She also performed at the national American College Dance Festival. “I like to be involved in things and have a say, but I also work full time so it’s a lot to juggle. I came for a degree but I am actually leaving with a bigger and better experience than I imagined.” After graduation, she plans to continue her dance education at a four-year college. “I want to eat, drink and dance my way around the world and write about it. Then I want to teach at a school of performing arts. They can read my awesome book and say, ‘Hey, is that your book?’”

Make a Gift The County College of Morris Foundation awards more than $200,000 each year in scholarships to help students realize their dreams of a high-quality education. The foundation accepts gifts of: • Cash or Check

• Securities

• Life Insurance

• Real Property

STATE PROGRAMS State Tuition Aid Grant The State Tuition Aid Grant provides need-based grants to part-time (6-credit minimum) or full-time low-income undergraduate students who live in New Jersey. Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) The EOF provides need-based grants to economically and educationally disadvantaged students. Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholars Program These scholarships are awarded to students who are selected based on a combination of class rank and SAT scores. Urban Scholars Award These are merit-based scholarships that recognize high-achieving secondary school students in New Jersey’s urban and economically distressed areas. NJ STARS NJ STARS is a merit-based scholarship awarded to New Jersey students who graduate in the top 15 percent of their high school classes.

New Jersey World Trade Center Scholarships These scholarships benefit the dependent children and surviving spouses of New Jersey residents killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks or who died as a result of an illness caused by exposure to the attack sites. Survivor Tuition Benefit (STB) STB scholarships assist dependent children and surviving spouses of New Jersey firefighters, emergency workers and law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. New Jersey Class Loan These are state-funded loans based on a student’s unmet financial needs. Funding is given up to the cost of education. For additional New Jersey grant and scholarship information, visit www.hesaa.org. CCM Scholarships Each year, the CCM Foundation offers nearly 80 scholarships totaling more than $200,000.

• Estate Gifts • Planned Gifts (including Charitable Gift Annuities and Charitable Trusts) Gifts also can be made online at www.ccm.edu/donate/. For more information, contact the foundation at foundation@ccm.edu or 973-328-5060, or visit www.ccm.edu/foundation.

For more information, contact the Financial Aid office at 973-328-5230 or finaid@ccm.edu or visit www.ccm.edu/admissions/finanicalAid. Scan to view Financial Aid Terms to Know.

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It’s All About Choice

Course Options

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How does college fit into your lifestyle? Do you want to experience a traditional college setting? Or are you juggling work and family and need a non-traditional environment? County College of Morris (CCM) offers a variety of course options to make it as easy as possible to connect learning with your life. While the majority of our classes are taught as traditional in-classroom courses within a 16-week semester, many others are offered in alternative formats as listed below:

• Online Courses

• Fast Track Courses

All instruction traditionally provided in class is replaced with online in­struction. However, you may still be required to attend an in-person student orientation, test or assessment on campus.

All Fast Track courses are condensed from 16 weeks to eight weeks or less. The courses are taught in a hybrid format with combined in-class and online instruction.

• Hybrid Courses

Accelerated courses reduce the amount of time it takes to complete a 16-week semester. Start and end dates may differ each semester.

Instruction is provided both in-class and online. The online portion reduces the amount of in-class time that is traditionally required. Hybrid courses are generally 16-weeks long but may be offered in less time. Start and end dates may differ within a semester.

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• Accelerated Courses

• Late Start Courses Late Start courses begin after the first week of a semester. They are generally eight-weeks long and can be taught in-class, online or as a hybrid course.


Earn a Certificate Want to expand your knowledge base, enhance your resume or transition into a new career but are not ready to earn an associate’s degree? At County College of Morris, you can find more than 30 credit and continuing education certificate programs to build your skills and open up new opportunities. • Administrative Support Computer Information Systems • Advanced Electronics • Advanced Mechanical Analysis

• Engineering Technology • Finance • Garden Center • Grant Writing (NC) • Grounds Maintenance

• Assembly and Testing

• Horticulture Apprenticeship

• Basic Electronics

• Human Resources (NC)

• Restaurant Management and Event Planning • Routing (CISCO CCNA) • Small Business Management • Supply Chain (NC) • Sustainable Practices (NC) • Systems Networking

Program Options CCM offers more than 70 academic programs in the following broad disciplines. For a complete list of majors, visit www.ccm.edu. • Business

• Fine Arts

• Liberal Arts

• Communications

• Graphic Design

• Music

• Computer Information Systems

• Healthcare

• Psychology and Sociology

• Education

• History

• Restaurant and Culinary Arts

• Engineering

• Landscape and Horticulture

• Science

• Basic Telecommunications Fundamentals

• Information Security

• Web Development

• Landscape Contractor

• Web Master (NC)

• Computer Aided Drafting Technology

• Landscape Design

• Computer Software Applications

• Media Technology

• Exercise Science

• Culinary Arts • Digital Technology • Early Childhood Development • Electronic Health Records System Technologist (NC)

• Mechanical CAD

Note: Programs marked NC are non-credit programs. All others are credit programs.

• Medical Billing and Coding Project Management (NC) • Microsoft Office (NC) • Notary (NC) • Personal Trainer • Project Management (NC)

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Summer Courses Main Campus: 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph, NJ 07869 • CCM in Morristown: 30 Schuyler Place, Suite 220, Morristown, NJ 07960

Course ID Course Title

Location

Accounting

Course ID Course Title

Location

Course ID Course Title

Location

Design

BUS-212 Prin Finance

ONL

ACC-110 Elements of Accounting

HYBD

BUS-213 Business Law I

CCM

DSN-110 History of Design

CCM

ACC-111 Prin Accounting I

HYBD

BUS-215 Prin Management

CCM

DSN-125 Design Rendering

CCM

ACC-111 Prin Accounting I

ONL

BUS-215 Prin Management

ONL

DSN-234 Ind Study in Design

CCM

ACC-112 Prin Accounting II

CCM

BUS-218 Investment Principles

ONL

DSN-255 Fashion Design Computer

CCM

ACC-112 Prin Accounting II

ONL

BUS-219 Small Bus Operations

ONL

BUS-224 Coop Work Exper-Bus

CCM

BUS-225 Coop Related-Bus

CCM

Academic Skills ACS-024 Acad Strategies I

CCM

ACS-111

CCM

Become a Master Student

Art ART-101

Art Start

ART-122 Drawing I - AFA

CCM CCM

ART-130 Two Dimensional Design - AFA

CCM

ART-133 Art History I

CCM

ART-134 Art History II

CCM

ART-230 Portfolio & Presentation

CCM

ART-237 Watercolor Painting

CCM

ART-292 Special Topics in Art

CCM

Biology BIO-101

Anatomy and Physiology I

CCM

BIO-102

Anatomy and Physiology II

CCM

BIO-121

General Biology I

CCM

BIO-122 General Biology II

CCM

BIO-127 Bio-Environ Concerns

CCM

BIO-127 Bio-Environ Concerns

HYBD

BIO-132 Concepts in Biology

CCM

BIO-133 Human Biology

CCM

BIO-133 Human Biology

HYBD

BIO-215 Microbiology

CCM

BIO-215 Microbiology

HYBD

BIO-270 Immunology

ONL

Business

BUS-240 Small Business Planning & Fin

CCM

BUS-240 Small Business Planning & Fin

ONL

BUS-242 Customer Relations

ONL

Chemistry

CCM

ECO-211 Prin Economics I

ONL

ECO-212 Prin Economics II

CCM

ECO-212 Prin Economics II

ONL

Electronic Engineering Technology ELT-200

Biomedical Electronics

ELT-227

Biomedical Clinical Exp

HYBD CCM

Biomedical Clinical Exp

HYBD

CHM-105 Forensic Science

CCM

ELT-227

CHM-117 Introduction to Chemistry

CCM

ELT-239

Coop Wrk Exper - Elect

CCM

CHM-118 Intro Chemistry - Lab

CCM

ELT-291

Spec Topics in Elect

CCM

CHM-125 Gen Chem I - Lecture

CCM

CHM-126 Gen Chem I - Lab

CCM

CHM-127 Gen Chem II - Lecture

CCM

CHM-128 Gen Chem II - Lab

CCM

CHM-210 Essentials of Organic Chem

CCM

Criminal Justice

English ENG-007 Writing Skills Ia

CCM

ENG-022 Elements of Writing

CCM

ENG-025 Writing Skills

CCM

ENG-109 Speech Fundamentals

CCM

ENG-111 Composition I

CCM

CJS-116

Intro to Criminology

CCM

ENG-111 Composition I

ONL

CJS-121

Criminal Justice System

CCM

ENG-112 Composition II

CCM

CJS-121

Criminal Justice System

ONL

ENG-243 World Lit: Beginning to 1650 CCM

CJS-222

Concepts of Criminal Law

ONL

ENG-244 World Lit: 1650 to Present

CCM

ENG-249 Amer Lit: Colonial - Civil War CCM

CJS-223 Criminal Evidence & Procedure

CCM

ENG-249 Amer Lit: Colonial - Civil War ONL

CJS-224

ONL

ENG-250 Amer Lit: Civil War - 20th Cent CCM

Police Operations

Computer Information Systems CMP-101 Comp Info Literacy

ONL

CMP-110 Intro to Data Proc

HYBD

CMP-110 Intro to Data Proc

ONL

CMP-113 Comp Conc Prob Solv

CCM

BUS-112 Intro to Business

CCM

BUS-112 Intro to Business

HYBD

BUS-112 Intro to Business

ONL

CMP-124 Network Security

HYBD

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

CCM

CMP-125 Mgt of Info & Sys Security

HYBD

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

HYBD

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

ONL

CMP-203 Comp Software Appl (MS Office)

BUS-136 Personal Finance

ONL

CMP-208 C Programing Language (C#) HYBD

CMP-120 Foundations of Info Security

ONL

ONL

CMP-220 Object Oriented Tech (JAVA) CCM

BUS-205 Landscape Specifications and Estimating

ONL

CMP-239 Internet & Web Page

CCM

BUS-211

ONL

CMP-239 Internet & Web Page

ONL

Money and Banking

Economics ECO-211 Prin Economics I

ENG-250 Amer Lit: Civil War - 20th Cent ONL

Engineering ENR-117 Comp-Aided Draft I

CCM

English for Speakers of Other Languages ESL-010

ESOL Reading I

CCM

ESL-019

ESOL Reading II

CCM

ESL-021

Conversational English

CCM

ESL-022

Advan Con English

ESL-033

Writing III

ESL-040

ESL Writing Review

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For a complete listing of courses, including dates and times, go to CCM’s website at www.ccm.edu

Course ID Course Title

Location

French

Course ID Course Title

Location

Italian Elementary French I

CCM

ITL-111

Elementary Italian I

CCM

FRE-112

Elementary French II

CCM

ITL-112

Elementary Italian II

CCM

GRD-255 Advertising Design

CCM

HED-128 Lifetime Wellness

ONL

HED-286 Per Health & Wellness HED-286 Per Health & Wellness HED-295 First Aid + Em Care

Intro Exercise Science

LHT-110

Plant Science

HYBD

Marketing MKT-113 Principles of Marketing I

CCM

MKT-113 Principles of Marketing I

HYBD

MKT-113 Principles of Marketing I

ONL

Music MUS-011 Basic Musicianship I

CCM

ONL

LHT-231 Lands Constr & Equip

HYBD

MUS-114 American Music

CCM

ONL

LHT-233 Coop Agri Experience

CCM

MUS-117 Music Theory I

CCM

MUS-153 Piano II

CCM

MUS-154 Piano III

CCM

MUS-155 Piano IV

CCM

MUS-163 Rock His & Culture

CCM

MUS-248 Enjoyment of Music

CCM

MUS-291 Spec Topics - Music

CCM

LHT-291 Spec Topics in Agriculture I CCM

HYBD

Mathematics

CCM

MAT-009 Basic Mathematics Ia

CCM

HES-126 Personal Fitness

CCM

MAT-009 Basic Mathematics Ia

ONL

HES-127 Weight Training

CCM

MAT-010 Basic Algebra Ia

CCM

HES-128 Yoga

CCM

MAT-010 Basic Algebra Ia

ONL

HES-129 Self-Defense

CCM

MAT-011 Basic Mathematics I

CCM

HES-131 Pilates

CCM

MAT-011 Basic Mathematics I MAT-014 Basic Algebra I

History Early Modern Europe

ONL

CCM

HES-125 Stretching & Strengthening

HIS-113

MED-110 Multimedia I

LHT-115 Horticult Computer Application HYBD

Health and Wellness HES-111

 andscape and L Horticulture Technology LHT-108 Herbaceous Plant Materials HYBD

Health Education

Location

Media Studies

FRE-111

Graphic Design

Course ID Course Title

Nursing

ONL

NUR-106 Medical Terminology

ONL

CCM

NUR-220 Phar for Health Pro

ONL

ONL

MAT-014 Basic Algebra I

ONL CCM

PHL-111

Intro to Philosophy

CCM

ONL

PHL-111

Intro to Philosophy

HYBD

HIS-114

Modern Europe

ONL

MAT-016 Intermediate Algebra

HIS-117

Ancient World

ONL

MAT-016 Intermediate Algebra

HIS-118

The Middle Ages

ONL

HIS-164

Civil War & Reconstr

ONL

MAT-050 Fundamentals of Mathematics HYBD

HIS-166

Emer of Amer U.S. I

CCM

HIS-166

Emer of Amer U.S. I

ONL

HIS-167

20th Cen Amer U.S. II

CCM

HIS-167

20th Cen Amer U.S. II

ONL

HIS-203

His Minorities U.S.

ONL

MAT-060 Fundamentals of Algebra

HYBD

Philosophy

PHL-114 Ethics

CCM

PHL-114 Ethics

ONL

Photography

MAT-108 Basic Statistics

CCM

MAT-108 Basic Statistics

ONL

PHO-111 Intro to Photography

MAT-110 College Algebra

CCM

PHO-115 Photography I

CCM HYBD

MAT-110 College Algebra

ONL

MAT-117 Math Analysis/Bus

CCM

MAT-118 Calculus Appl/Bus

CCM

MAT-118 Calculus Appl/Bus

ONL

MAT-123 Precalculus

CCM

ONL

MAT-124 Statistics

CCM

HYBD

MAT-124 Statistics

MOR

ONL

MAT-124 Statistics

ONL

MAT-130 Probability & Statistics

CCM

HOS-201 Marketing and Event Planning ONL

MAT-130 Probability & Statistics

ONL

HOS-211 Human Resources in Hospitality Industry

ONL

MAT-131 An/Geom Calculus I

CCM

HOS-213 Food - Bev Pur & Cost Cont

ONL

MAT-132 An/Geom Calculus II

CCM

PSY-113

General Psychology

HOS-223 Coop Work Experience

CCM

MAT-230 Calculus III

CCM

PSY-113

General Psychology

ONL

MAT-232 Differential Equations

CCM

PSY-213

Child Psychology

CCM

HIS-209

His American Women

ONL

Hospitality HOS-101 Introduction to Food HOS-102 Food Management HOS-103 Food Production HOS-104 Food Safety and Nutrition HOS-118 Intro to Hospitality Industry

HOS-224 Hospitality Related Class

HYBD

ONL

HYBD

Physics PHY-103 Concepts of Physics

CCM

PHY-125 General Physics I - Lecture

CCM

PHY-126 General Physics I - Lab

CCM

PHY-127 General Physics II - Lecture

CCM

PHY-128 General Physics II - Lab

CCM

Political Science POL-111

American Government

POL-222 Constitutional Law

CCM CCM

Psychology CCM

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Course ID Course Title

Location

Course ID Course Title

Location

Respiratory Therapy

Course ID Course Title

Location

PSY-213

Child Psychology

ONL

PSY-214

Adolescent Psychology

CCM

RTH-207 Neonatal & Pedia Resp Care

CCM

SOC-214 Cultur Diversity America

ONL

PSY-217

Educational Psychology

ONL

RTH-208 Advanced Respiratory Care

CCM

SOC-222 Deviant Behavior

CCM

PSY-218

Cross-Cultural Psych

CCM

RTH-212 Clinical Practice III

PSY-225

Maladapt Personality

CCM

Public Administraiton CCM

Radiography

OC

Science SCI-106

PUB-250 Field Exp - Public Adm

SOC-209 The Family

Intro to Astronomy

CCM

Spanish SPN-111

Elementary Spanish I

CCM

SPN-111

Elementary Spanish I

ONL

SPN-112 Elementary Spanish II

Sociology SOC-120 Principles of Sociology

ONL

CCM

RAD-120 Intermed Clinical Practice

OC

SOC-120 Principles of Sociology

ONL

RAD-230 Advanced Clinical Practice

OC

SOC-202 Contemp Social Issue

CCM

SOC-206 Religion & Human Experience ONL

CCM

SPN-112 Elementary Spanish II

ONL

SPN-211

CCM

Intermediate Spanish I

Telecommunications TEL-220

Routing III (CISCO)

MOR

Fall Courses Course ID Course Title

Location

Accounting

Course ID Course Title ART-116

American Art

Location ONL

Course ID Course Title

Location

Aviation

ACC-110 Elements of Accounting

MOR

ART-122 Drawing I - AFA

CCM

AVT-101

Intro to Aviation

CCM

ACC-111 Prin Accounting I

CCM

ART-122 Drawing I - AFA

HYBD

AVT-110

Flight Operations I

CCM

ACC-111 Prin Accounting I

HYBD

ART-123 Drawing II - AFA

CCM

AVT-111

Flight Training IA

OC

ACC-111 Prin Accounting I

ONL

ART-124 Figure Drawing - AFA

CCM

AVT-208 Flight Oper Instru

CCM

ACC-112 Prin Accounting II

CCM

ACC-112 Prin Accounting II

HYBD

ART-130 Two Dimensional Design - AFA

CCM

ACC-112 Prin Accounting II

ONL

ACC-213 Tax Procedures

CCM

ART-130 Two Dimensional Design - AFA

Academic Skills

ART-131 Color Theory - AFA

Biology BIO-101

Anatomy and Physiology I

CCM

HYBD

BIO-101

Anatomy and Physiology I

MOR

CCM

BIO-102

Anatomy and Physiology II

CCM

BIO-116

Animal Control Officer Train CCM General Biology I

CCM

ART-132 Three Dimensional Design - AFA

CCM

BIO-121

CCM

ART-133 Art History I

CCM

BIO-122 General Biology II

CCM

ACS-125 Acad Strategies II

CCM

ART-133 Art History I

ONL

BIO-123 Cell Biology

CCM

ACS-125 Acad Strategies II

HYBD

ART-134 Art History II

CCM

BIO-127 Bio Environmental Concerns CCM

ART-134 Art History II

ONL

BIO-127 Bio Environmental Concerns HYBD

ART-219 Painting I - AFA

CCM

BIO-132 Concepts in Biology

CCM

ART-228 Sculpture I - AFA

CCM

BIO-132 Concepts in Biology

HYBD

ART-230 Portfolio & Presenta - AFA

CCM

BIO-133 Human Biology

CCM

ART-233 Independent Study I

CCM

BIO-133 Human Biology

HYBD

ACS-024 Acad Strategies I ACS-111

Becoming a Master Student

Arabic ARA-111

Elementary Arabic I

CCM

CCM

ARA-112 Elementary Arabic II

CCM

ARA-211

Intermediate Arabic I

CCM

ART-234 Independent Study II

CCM

BIO-180 General Biology I - Honors

CCM

ART-101

Art Start

CCM

ART-241 Ceramics I

CCM

BIO-202 Ecology

CCM

ART-114

Contemporary Art

CCM

ART-242 Ceramics II

CCM

BIO-215 Microbiology

CCM

BIO-215 Microbiology

HYBD

Art

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Course ID Course Title

Location

Business

Course ID Course Title

Location

Course ID Course Title

Location

CHM-231 Org Chem I - Lecture

CCM

CMP-207 Elec Spreadsheets (MS Excel) CCM

CCM

CHM-232 Org Chem I - Lab

CCM

CMP-207 Elec Spreadsheets (MS Excel) ONL

BUS-112 Intro to Business

CCM

CHM-233 Org Chem II - Lec

CCM

CMP-208 C Programing Language (C#) CCM

BUS-112 Intro to Business

HYBD

CHM-234 Org Chem II - Lab

CCM

CMP-209 Unix

CCM

CMP-217 Coop Work Exper CIS

CCM

CMP-218 Coop Related Class

ONL

BUS-111

Business Mathematics

BUS-112 Intro to Business

ONL

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

CCM

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

HYBD

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

MOR

BUS-119 Business Info Sys & Appl

ONL

BUS-135 Intro International Business

CCM

BUS-136 Personal Finance

ONL

BUS-205 Landscape Specifications and Estimating

ONL

BUS-211

Money and Banking

CCM

BUS-211

Money and Banking

HYBD

Criminal Justice CJS-115

Intro to Security

CCM

CJS-116

Intro to Criminology

CCM

CJS-121

Criminal Justice System

CCM

CJS-121

Criminal Justice System

ONL

CJS-214

Juv Delinquency & Crime Prev CCM

CJS-215

Investigate Function

CCM

CJS-222

Criminal Law

CCM

CJS-222

Criminal Law

ONL

CCM CCM

CJS-291

Spec Topics - CJS

CCM

ONL

BUS-218 Investment Principles

CCM

CMP-101 Comp Info Literacy

BUS-218 Investment Principles

HYBD

CDC-110 Early Child Develop

CCM

CDC-228 Coop Wrk Exper-Child Care

CCM

CDC-229 Coop Wrk Exper-Related Class CCM

Chinese CHI-111

Elementary Chinese I

CMP-243 Ethical Hacking & Sys Defense CCM CMP-245 Web Design Tools

BUS-215 Principles of Management

Child Care

ONL

CMP-240 Advan Obj Orient Tech (JAVA) CCM CMP-244 Web Design II

HYBD

CCM

CCM

CMP-239 Internet & Web Page Design

CCM

BUS-215 Principles of Management

BUS-242 Customer Relations

HYBD

CMP-239 Internet & Web Page Design

CCM

CCM

CCM

HYBD

CMP-237 Visual Basic (VB.net)

Police Operations

BUS-215 Principles of Management

BUS-240 Small Business Planning & Finance

CMP-233 Data Struc & Algor

CJS-224

CCM

ONL

CMP-230 Computer Assembly Language CCM

CJS-223 Criminal Evidence & Procedure

BUS-213 Business Law I

BUS-219 Small Bus Operations

CMP-220 Object Oriented Tech (JAVA) CCM

Communications COM-101 Intro to Communications

CCM

CCM

COM-101 Intro to Communications

ONL

CMP-101 Comp Info Literacy

ONL

COM-103 Intro to Public Relations

CCM

CMP-104 Internet Literacy

ONL

COM-111 Intro Journ - Newswriting

CCM

CMP-108 Game Design Concepts

CCM

COM-112 Advance Journ - Report

CCM

CMP-110 Intro to Data Proc

CCM

COM-115 Intro to Mass Media

CCM

CMP-110 Intro to Data Proc

ONL

COM-234 Introduction to Film

CCM

CMP-113 Comp Conc Prob Solv

CCM

CMP-113 Comp Conc Prob Solv

ONL

DAN-111 Intro to Dance

CCM

CMP-120 Foundations of Info Security

ONL

DAN-112 Dance Appreciation

CCM

CMP-123 Sys Analysis Design

CCM

DAN-117 Introduction to Ballet

CCM

CMP-124 Network Security

CCM

DAN-135 Dance Theater Workshop

CCM

CMP-125 Mgt of Info & Sys Security

CCM

DAN-136 Dance Theatre Workshop II

CCM

Computer Information Systems

Dance

CCM

CMP-126 Computer Technology & Appl HYBD

CHI-112 Elementary Chinese II

CCM

DAN-137 Ballet I

CCM

CMP-126 Computer Technology & Appl ONL

CHI-211

CCM

DAN-141 Modern Dance I

CCM

CMP-128 Computer Science I

CCM

DAN-146 Dance - Musical Theater

CCM

CMP-128 Computer Science I

HYBD

DAN-211 Intermediate Ballet

CCM

CCM

DAN-212 Advanced Ballet

CCM

Intermediate Chinese I

Chemistry CHM-105 Forensic Science

CCM

CMP-150 Game Programming

CHM-117 Introduction to Chemistry

CCM

CMP-200 Computer Oper Sys & Utility CCM

DAN-216 Intermediate Modern Dance CCM

CHM-117 Introduction to Chemistry

HYBD

CMP-200 Computer Oper Sys & Utility ONL

DAN-217 Advanced Modern Dance

CCM

CHM-117 Introduction to Chemistry

MOR

CMP-203 Computer Software Appli

DAN-220 Dance Theatre Workshop III

CCM

CHM-118 Intro Chemistry - Lab

CCM

DAN-222 Dance Theatre Workshop IV

CCM

CHM-125 Gen Chem I - Lecture

CCM

CMP-203 Comp Software Appl (MS Office)

DAN-224 Choreography I

CCM

CHM-126 Gen Chem I - Lab

CCM

DAN-230 Dance Internship

CCM

CHM-127 Gen Chem II - Lec

CCM

CHM-128 Gen Chem II - Lab

CCM

CCM HYBD

CMP-203 Computer Software Appli

ONL

CMP-205 Database Prog (MS Access)

CCM

CMP-205 Database Prog (MS Access)

ONL

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Course ID Course Title

Location

Drama

Course ID Course Title

Location

ELT-209

Adv Digital & Microprocessor CCM

DRA-110 Acting I - AFA

CCM

ELT-213

Active Circuit Design

CCM

DRA-114 Drama Workshop - AFA

CCM

ELT-239

Coop Work Exper - Elect

CCM

DRA-116 Dramatic Performance I - AFA CCM DRA-118 Dramatic Performance II - AFA CCM DRA-210 Acting III - AFA

CCM

DRA-216 Dramatic Performance III - AFA CCM DRA-218 Dramatic Performance IV - AFA CCM DRA-222 Movement for the Actor - AFA CCM

Design DSN-110 History of Design DSN-115 Basic Drafting

CCM CCM

English ENG-022 Elements of Writing

CCM

ENG-025 Writing Skills

CCM

ENG-109 Speech Fundamentals

CCM

ENG-111 Composition I

CCM

ENG-111 Composition I

MOR

ENG-111 Composition I

ONL

ENG-112 Composition II

CCM

ENG-112 Composition II

Course ID Course Title

Location

English for Speakers of Other Languages ESL-010

ESOL Reading I

CCM

ESL-017

ESOL Writing I

CCM

ESL-019

ESOL Reading II

CCM

ESL-020

ESOL Writing II

CCM

ESL-021

Conversa Eng (ESOL)

CCM

ESL-022

Advan Con English

CCM

ESL-033

Writing III

CCM

ESL-033

Writing III

HYBD

French

MOR

FRE-111

Elementary French I

CCM

Elementary French II

CCM

DSN-120 Design Concepts I

CCM

ENG-112 Composition II

ONL

FRE-112

DSN-125 Design Rendering

CCM

ENG-113 Creative Writing

CCM

FRE-211

Intermediate French I

CCM

DSN-135 Fashion Construction Tech

CCM

ENG-113 Creative Writing

ONL

FRE-212

Intermediate French II

CCM

DSN-145 Intro to Fashion & Visual Merc CCM

ENG-115 The Short Story

CCM

DSN-146 Fashion Merchandising II

CCM

ENG-118 Children’s Literature

CCM

DSN-160 Fashion Construction Tech II CCM

ENG-118 Children’s Literature

ONL

DSN-165 Drawing for Designers

ENG-131 Composition I Honors

CCM

CCM

DSN-219 Advanced CAD 3D Modeling CCM

ENG-224 Images/Women in Lit

ONL

DSN-220 Design Concepts II

CCM

ENG-233 His Theatre I

CCM

DSN-293 Special Topics in Design III

CCM

ENG-243 World Lit: Beginning to 1650 CCM ENG-244 World Lit: 1650 to Present

Economics ECO-113 Elements of Economics

CCM

ECO-113 Elements of Economics

ONL

ECO-211 Principles of Economics I

CCM

ECO-211 Principles of Economics I

HYBD

ECO-211 Principles of Economics I

ONL

ECO-212 Principles of Economics II

CCM

ECO-212 Principles of Economics II

HYBD

ECO-212 Principles of Economics II

ONL

Education EDU-111 Teaching in America: Foundations & Issues EDU-111 Teaching in America: Foundations & Issues

CCM

ENG-246 English Classics

CCM

ENG-249 Amer Lit: Colonial - Civil War ONL

German GER-111

Elementary German I

CCM

Intermediate German I

Graphic Design CCM

GRD-111 Intro Comp Graphics

CCM

ENG-283 Wrld Lit:begin-1650 - Honors CCM

GRD-116 Electronic Prepress

CCM

GRD-118 Typography

CCM CCM

Engineering ENR-103 Basic Engr Graph I

CCM

GRD-120 Graphic Design I

ENR-117 Comp-Aided Draft I

CCM

GRD-218 Typography II

CCM

ENR-118 Comp-Aided Draft II

CCM

GRD-220 Graphic Design II

CCM

CCM

GRD-227 Portfolio Project

CCM

CCM

GRD-229 Coop - Related Class

CCM

GRD-232 Graphic Design Intern - Coop Wk Ex

CCM

GRD-240 Computer Assisted Page & Cover Design

CCM

ENR-121 Engineering Graphics

ENR-223 Enr Mechanics I

CCM

ENR-235 Enr Circuit Anal I

CCM

ENR-236 Enr Circuit Anl Lab I

CCM

CCM

ITV

ENG-250 Amer Lit: Civil War - 20th Cent ONL

CCM

ELT-201 Electricity

Fire Investigation

GRD-110 His Graphic Design

ENR-125 Comp Prog - Engineers

CCM

Fire Protection - Build Constru ONL

FST-205

ENG-250 Amer Lit: Civil War - 20th Cent CCM

CCM

CCM

FST-204

ITV ONL

CCM

CCM

Studio Maintenance

Fire Service Management

ENG-249 Amer Lit: Colonial - Civil War CCM

ENR-124 Instrumen - Measurement

Digital Principles

FST-201

CCM

ENR-123 Intro to Engineering

ELT-123

ONL

GER-211

EDU-211 Behavior Observation in Educ MOR

ELT-110

Fire Protection Systems

ENG-247 Major Brit Wtrs: 19&20th Cen CCM

EDU-211 Behavior Observation in Educ CCM

Electronic Engineering Technology

Fire Fighting Tactics & Strat

FST-106

GER-112 Elementary German II

ENR-119 Tech Computer Applic MOR

CCM

Fire Science FST-103

GRD-250 Brochure and Magazine Design CCM GRD-255 Advertising Design

CCM

GRD-260 Branding for Graphic Designer CCM

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Course ID Course Title

Location

Hebrew HBR-111 Elementary Modern Hebrew I CCM

Health Educaiton HED-112 Drugs, Soc & Human Behavior CCM HED-115 Pers & Family Nutri

CCM

HED-115 Pers & Family Nutri

ONL

HED-128 Lifetime Wellness

CCM

HED-128 Lifetime Wellness

ONL

HED-130 Mind-Body Health

CCM

HED-132 Stress Management

CCM

HED-286 Personal Health & Wellness

CCM

HED-286 Personal Health & Wellness

ONL

HED-295 First Aid + Em Care

CCM

HED-295 First Aid + Em Care

ONL

HES-104 Founda of Personal Training CCM CCM

HES-107 Prog Design & Implementation CCM HES-111

Intro Exer Science

CCM

HES-121 Aerobic Exercise

CCM

HES-125 Stretching & Strengt

CCM

HES-126 Personal Fitness

CCM

HES-127 Weight Training

CCM

HES-128 Yoga

CCM

HES-129 Self-Defense

CCM

HES-130 Tai Chi

CCM

HES-131 Pilates

CCM

HES-141 Personal Challenge I

Location

OC

HES-186 Badminton

CCM

HES-187 Volleyball

CCM

HES-211 Kinesiology

CCM

HES-212 Exercise Physiology

CCM

HES-213 Exer Measure & Prescri

CCM

History HIS-113

Early Mod Europe

CCM

HIS-113

Early Mod Europe

ONL

HIS-114

Modern Europe

CCM

HIS-114

Modern Europe

ONL

HIS-117

Ancient World

CCM

HIS-117

Ancient World

ONL

HIS-118

The Middle Ages

CCM

HIS-118

The Middle Ages

ONL

Course ID Course Title

Location

Japanese

HIS-148

Modern Middle East

CCM

HIS-151

Latin American His

CCM

JPN-111

Elementary Japanese I

CCM

HIS-160

Colonial - Rev America

ONL

JPN-112

Elementary Japanese II

CCM

HIS-164

Civil War & Reconstr

CCM

JPN-211

Intermediate Japanese I

CCM

HIS-166

Emer of Amer U.S. I

CCM

HIS-166

Emer of Amer U.S. I

ONL

HIS-167

20th Cen Amer U.S. II

CCM

Elementary Latin I

CCM

HIS-184

Early Modern Europe - Honors CCM

HIS-203

His Minorities U.S.

CCM

HIS-203

His Minorities U.S.

HYBD

HIS-203

His Minorities U.S.

ONL

Latin LAT-111

Landscape and Horticulture Technology LHT-101 Intro to Turf Management LHT-110

CCM CCM HYBD

HIS-204

His African Amer Experience CCM

HIS-209

His American Women

CCM

LHT-114 Lands Ident Mangt Use

HIS-209

His American Women

ONL

LHT-115 Horticult Computer App

HMS-215 Intro Social Welfare and Human Services

CCM

Hospitality HOS-100 Serv-Safe Food Handling

HYBD

HYBD

Plant Science

LHT-114 Lands Ident Mangt Use

Human Services

Health and Wellness HES-106 Personal Trainer Field Exper

Course ID Course Title

CCM

LHT-211

Lands Design - Plan I

CCM

LHT-211

Lands Design - Plan I

HYBD

LHT-215 Plant Pest Management

CCM

LHT-215 Plant Pest Management

HYBD

LHT-231 Lands Constr & Equip

CCM

LHT-233 Coop Agri Experience

CCM

HOS-101 Introduction to Food

CCM

LHT-291 Spec Topics in Agriculture I

CCM

HOS-101 Introduction to Food

HYBD

LHT-292 Spec Topics in Agriculture II

CCM

HOS-102 Food Management

HYBD

HOS-104 Food Safety and Nutrition

HYBD

HOS-110 Dining Room Service

HYBD

HOS-117 Introduction to Baking

CCM

HOS-118 Intro Hospitality Industry

CCM

HOS-118 Intro Hospitality Industry

HYBD

HOS-120 Hotel - Hosp Management

HYBD

HOS-122 World Cuisines

CCM

HOS-126 American Regional Cuisine

CCM

HOS-201 Marketing and Event Planning CCM HOS-209 Foodservice Sant, Safe & Reg HYBD HOS-211 Human Resources Hosp Ind HYBD HOS-215 Food & Beverage Service Management HYBD

International Studies ISA-110

Intercultural Communication CCM

ISA-215

A Survey of Islam

HYBD

Italian

Mathematics MAT-011 Basic Mathematics I

CCM

MAT-011 Basic Mathematics I

HYBD

MAT-011 Basic Mathematics I

MOR

MAT-011 Basic Mathematics I

ONL

MAT-014 Basic Algebra I

CCM

MAT-014 Basic Algebra I

ONL

MAT-016 Intermediate Algebra

CCM

MAT-016 Intermediate Algebra

ONL

MAT-050 Fundamentals of Mathematics CCM MAT-050 Fundamentals of Mathematics HYBD MAT-050 Fundamentals of Mathematics ONL MAT-060 Fundamentals of Algebra

CCM

MAT-060 Fundamentals of Algebra

HYBD

MAT-060 Fundamentals of Algebra

ONL

MAT-108 Basic Statistics

CCM

MAT-108 Basic Statistics

ONL

MAT-110 College Algebra

CCM

ITL-111

Elementary Italian I

CCM

MAT-110 College Algebra

ONL

ITL-111

Elementary Italian I

HYBD

MAT-113 Applied Calculus

CCM

ITL-112

Elementary Italian II

CCM

MAT-117 Math Analysis - Business

CCM

ITL-211

Intermediate Italian I

CCM

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Course ID Course Title

Location

Course ID Course Title

Location

Course ID Course Title

Location

MAT-118 Calculus Appl - Business

CCM

MKT-114 Prin Marketing II

CCM

MUS-176 Aural Comprehension I

CCM

MAT-118 Calculus Appl - Business

ONL

MKT-114 Prin Marketing II

ONL

MUS-178 Aural Comprehension III

CCM

MAT-120 Math for Liberal Arts

CCM

MUS-180 Microphone Techniques

CCM

MAT-120 Math for Liberal Arts

HYBD

MAT-120 Math for Liberal Arts

ONL

MAT-123 Precalculus

CCM

MAT-124 Statistics

CCM

MAT-124 Statistics

MOR

MAT-124 Statistics

ONL

MAT-130 Probability & Statistics

CCM

MAT-130 Probability & Statistics

HYBD

MAT-130 Probability & Statistics

ONL

MAT-131 Analytic Geometry Calculus I CCM MAT-132 Analytic Geometry Calculus II CCM MAT-140 Math for Radiographers

CCM

MAT-180 Statistics - Honors

CCM

MAT-228 Linear Algebra

CCM

MAT-230 Calculus III

CCM

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Music MUS-011 Basic Musicianship I

CCM

MUS-101 Chorus I

CCM

MUS-102 Chorus II

CCM

MUS-109 App Mus Secondary - Voice I CCM MUS-112 Intro/Electron Music

CCM

MUS-114 American Music

CCM

MUS-117 Music Theory I

CCM

MUS-118 Music Theory II

CCM

MUS-124 Electronic Music II

CCM

MUS-125 App Mus Secondary - Piano I CCM MUS-126 App Mus Secondary - Piano II CCM

MUS-182 Audio Production Technique CCM MUS-201 Jazz Ensemble I

CCM

MUS-202 Jazz Ensemble II

CCM

MUS-203 Jazz Ensemble III

CCM

MUS-204 Jazz Ensemble IV

CCM

MUS-209 App Mus Secondary - Voice III CCM MUS-215 Music Theory III

CCM

MUS-216 Music Theory IV

CCM

MUS-217 Music His Lit 1750

CCM

MUS-221 Chamber Ensemble I

CCM

MUS-222 Chamber Ensemble II

CCM

MUS-223 Chamber Ensemble III

CCM CCM

MUS-127 Prin Strings I

CCM

MUS-128 Prin Strings II

CCM

MUS-129 Music - Early Childhood

CCM

MUS-135 App Mus Primary I

CCM

MUS-136 App Mus Primary II

CCM

MUS-224 Chamber Ensemble IV MUS-225 App Music Secondary Piano III MUS-226 App Music Secondary Piano IV

CCM

MUS-227 Oper Music Thea Wksp I

CCM CCM

MUS-137 App Mus Primary III

CCM CCM

MEC-104 Statics

CCM

MUS-138 App Mus Primary IV

CCM

MUS-228 Oper Music Thea Wksp II

MEC-110 Materials - Engr Tech

CCM

MUS-139 Wind Ensemble I

CCM

MUS-229 Oper Music Thea Wksp III

CCM

MEC-117 Mechanical Prototyping

CCM

MUS-140 Wind Ensemble II

CCM

MUS-230 Oper Music Thea Wksp IV

CCM

MUS-141 Wind Ensemble III

CCM

MUS-233 Indep Study - Music

CCM

MUS-142 Wind Ensemble IV

CCM

MUS-243 Music Theater Audition

CCM

MUS-145 Chamber Choir I

CCM

MUS-244 Ind Study Elec Music I

CCM

MUS-146 Chamber Choir II

CCM

MUS-245 Ind Study Elec Music II

CCM

MUS-147 Chamber Choir III

CCM

MUS-253 Ind Music Study II

CCM

MUS-258 Contemp Music: 20th-21st Cent

CCM

MUS-259 Hard Disk Recording

CCM

MUS-291 Spec Topics-Music

CCM

MEC-118 Computer Integrated Manufact CCM MEC-141 Strength Material Eng Tech

CCM

MEC-229 Coop-Work Exper Mech

CCM

Media Studies MED-110 Multimedia I

HYBD

MUS-148 Chamber Choir IV

CCM

MED-110 Multimedia I

ONL

MUS-152 Piano I

CCM

MED-113 Multimedia II

CCM

MUS-153 Piano II

CCM

MED-114 Media Aesthetics

CCM

MUS-154 Piano III

CCM

MED-117 Intro - Broadcasting

CCM

MUS-155 Piano IV

CCM

MED-119 Digital Media Production

CCM

MUS-159 Guitar I

CCM

NUR-105 Foundations of Nursing

MED-211 TV Production I

CCM

MUS-160 Guitar II

CCM

NUR-106 Medical Terminology

ONL

MED-212 TV Production II

CCM

MUS-163 Rock His & Culture

CCM

NUR-121 Fundamentals of Nursing

CCM

MED-220 Videograph - Animation

CCM

MUS-165 Intro Music Recording

CCM

MED-230 Media Internship

CCM

MUS-166 Intro Music Business

CCM

NUR-123 Basic Medical - Surgical Nursing CCM

MED-240 Advanced Animation

CCM

MUS-167 Music Recording II

CCM

MUS-170 Symphony Orchestra I

CCM

MUS-171 Symphony Orchestra II

CCM

MUS-172 Symphony Orchestra III

CCM

MUS-173 Symphony Orchestra IV

CCM

Marketing MKT-113 Principles of Marketing I

CCM

MKT-113 Principles of Marketing I

HYBD

MKT-113 Principles of Marketing I

ONL

Nursing ONL

NUR-213 Maternal-Child - Mental Health CCM NUR-214 Adv Medical - Surgical Nursing CCM NUR-220 Phar for Health Pro

ONL

NUR-224 Nursing Colloquium

CCM

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Course ID Course Title

Location

Philosophy

Course ID Course Title

Location

Psychology

Course ID Course Title

Location

Science

PHL-111

Intro to Philosophy

CCM

PSY-112

Career Development

CCM

SCI-106

Intro to Astronomy

CCM

PHL-111

Intro to Philosophy

HYBD

PSY-113

General Psychology

CCM

SCI-118

General Astronomy

CCM

PHL-111

Intro to Philosophy

ONL

PSY-113

General Psychology

ONL

PHL-114 Ethics

CCM

PSY-116

Psych & Ed of Disabled

MOR

PHL-114 Ethics

ONL

PSY-117

Health Psychology

CCM

PSY-180

General Psychology - Honors CCM

PSY-213

Child Psychology

PSY-213

Child Psychology

ONL

Adolescent Psychology

CCM

PHL-180 Intro to PhilosophyHonors Seminar

CCM

Photography

CCM

PHO-111 Intro to Photography

CCM

PSY-214

PHO-112 Equip, Mater & Process

CCM

PSY-217

Educational Psychology

CCM

PHO-113 His of Photography

ONL

PSY-217

Educational Psychology

ONL

PHO-115 Photography I

CCM

PSY-221

Psych Personality

CCM

PHO-115 Photography I

HYBD

PSY-225

Maladapt Personality

CCM

PHO-115 Photography I

ONL

PSY-225

Maladapt Personality

ONL

PHO-116 Photography II

CCM

PSY-229

Commun Mentl Health

CCM

PHO-119 Contemp Photography

HYBD

PHO-204 Digital Imaging I

HYBD

PHO-213 Documentary Photography HYBD PHO-216 Studio Lighting I

CCM

PHO-290 Indep Study I in Photography CCM

Portuguese PTG-111

Elementary Portuguese I

CCM

Public Administration PUB-111

Public Administration

CCM

Radiography

Physics PHY-103 Concepts of Physics

CCM

PHY-111

CCM

Technical Physics I

RAD-100 Intro to Radiography

CCM

RAD-104 Prin of Radiography I

CCM

RAD-107 Radiography Clinc Prac I

OC

PHY-112 Technical Physics II

CCM

PHY-118 Meteorology

CCM

PHY-125 Gen Physics I - Lecture

CCM

PHY-126 Gen Physics I - Lab

CCM

PHY-130 Engr Physics I

CCM

PHY-133 Engr Physics II - Lecture

CCM

PHY-134 Lab-Engr Physics II

CCM

Respiratory Therapy

PHY-232 Engr Physics III-Lecture

CCM

RTH-199 Respir Theraputics

CCM

PHY-233 Lab for Engr Physics III

CCM

RTH-202 Cardiopul Pharmacol

CCM

RTH-203 Cardiopul Physiology

CCM

Political Science POL-111

American Government

CCM

POL-111

American Government

MOR

RAD-200 Pathology for Radiography

CCM

RAD-204 Prin of Radiography III

CCM

RAD-207 Radiologic Special Imaging

CCM

RAD-210 Radiographic Exposure

CCM

RAD-213 Radiography Clin Prac III

CCM

RTH-210 Clinical Practice I

OC

Russian

POL-222 Constitutional Law

CCM

RUS-111

Elementary Russian I

CCM

POL-231 State and Local Govt

CCM

RUS-211

Intermediate Russian I

CCM

POL-240 Intl Politics

CCM

Sociology SOC-108 Cultural Geography

CCM

SOC-120 Princ of Sociology

CCM

SOC-120 Princ of Sociology

ONL

SOC-180 Princ of Sociology - Honors

CCM

SOC-202 Contemp Social Issues

CCM

SOC-202 Contemp Social Issues

ONL

SOC-206 Religion - Human Exp

HYBD

SOC-209 The Family

HYBD

SOC-209 The Family

ONL

SOC-214 Cultur Diversity America

ONL

SOC-217 Archeology

CCM

SOC-222 Deviant Behavior

CCM

SOC-222 Deviant Behavior

ONL

SOC-224 Social Psychology

CCM

SOC-230 Sociology of Globalization

CCM

Spanish SPN-111

Elementary Spanish I

CCM

SPN-111

Elementary Spanish I

HYBD

SPN-111

Elementary Spanish I

ONL

SPN-112 Elementary Spanish II

CCM

SPN-112 Elementary Spanish II

ONL

SPN-211

Intermediate Spanish I

CCM

SPN-211

Intermediate Spanish I

ONL

SPN-212 Intermediate Spanish II

CCM

SPN-218 Adv Spanish Convers

CCM

SPN-224 Survey Spanish LitMiddle Ages-Present

CCM

Telecommunications TEL-109

Intro Telecommunications

TEL-110

Routing I (CISCO)

CCM CCM

TEL-120

Routing II (CISCO)

HYBD

TEL-220

Routing III (CISCO)

HYBD

TEL-233

Network Operating Systems

CCM

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Academic Calendar Summer Sessions 2012 May 21 Summer 1 begins May 22 Last day to add classes – Summer 1 May 25 Last day to drop classes without academic grade – Summer 1 May 28 Memorial Day – College Closed May 29 Summer 2 begins May 30 Last day to add classes – Summer 2 June 4 Last day to drop classes without academic grade – Summer 2 June 14 Last day to drop classes with a W – Summer 1 June 14 Last day to withdraw from college – Summer 1 June 23 Summer 1 ends

Summer/Fall 2012 Connections is produced by the Department of Communications and College Relations. 973-328-5052 Executive Editor: Joseph Vitale Executive Director of College Advancement and Planning Managing Editor: Kathleen Brunet Eagan Director of Communications and College Relations Magazine Design: Gina Garcia Graphic Designer Contributors: Nancy Dreyfus Lauren Nelson

June 25 Summer 3 begins June 26 Last day to add classes – Summer 3 June 29 Last day to drop classes without academic grade – Summer 3 July 4 Independence day – College Closed July 9 Last day to drop classes with a W – Summer 2 July 9 Last day to withdraw from college – Summer 2 July 19 Last day to drop classes with a W – Summer 3 July 19 Last day to withdraw from college – Summer 3 July 21 Summer 2 ends July 28 Summer 3 ends July 30 Summer 4 begins July 31 Last day to add classes – Summer 4 August 3 Last day to drop classes without academic grade - Summer 4 August 13 Last day to drop classes with a W – Summer 4 August 13 Last day to withdraw from college – Summer 4 August 18

Summer 4 ends

Photographers: Shelley Kusnetz Photography, Life in MoPhoto

Meet Our Writers Kathleen Brunet Eagan is Director of Communications and College Relations at County College of Morris (CCM). Prior to joining CCM in 2010, she ran her own communications firm, Clarus Associates, serving such clients as Rutgers University, the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Nancy Dreyfus has been a professional writer for more than three decades, penning articles about education, medicine and the environment. She has worked as a newspaper reporter, magazine editor, public relations manager and advertising executive. In the 1970s, she attended CCM as a visiting student, transferring her credits to a four-year university. Both of her parents graduated from CCM while she was in high school. Lauren Nelson, a resident of Hackettstown, served as a public relations intern at CCM for the Spring 2012 Semester. She plans to transfer to the College of Saint Elizabeth following her graduation from CCM this May and earn her bachelor’s degree in communications.

Fall 2012 August 30 Classes begin September 3 Labor Day – College Closed September 6 Last day to add classes September 13 Last day to drop classes without academic grade November 15 Last day to drop classes with a W November 15 Last day to withdraw from college November 21 Thanksgiving recess begins 10:45 p.m.

214 Center Grove Road Randolph, NJ 07869

November 26 Classes resume December 12 Classes end at 10:45 p.m. Dec. 13-18

Final exams (day classes)

Dec. 13-19

Final exams (evening classes)

December 19 Semester ends

County College of Morris is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer. County College of Morris is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, 267-284-5000. Copyright 2012. All rights reserved.

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Trustees & Administration Board of Chosen Freeholders William J. Chegwidden, Director Douglas R. Cabana, Deputy Director

Visit www.ccm.edu for more detailed information on the following topics.

Gene Feyl Ann F. Grossi Hank Lyon Thomas J. Mastrangelo

Summer Registration

John J. Murphy Board of Trustees All trustees also serve concurrently as members of the CCM Foundation. Members noted with an * serve on the Foundation Board of Directors. Jeffrey M. Advokat, Esq., Chair *

ONLINE: Begins February 13

Fall Registration Dates

Stanley T. Omland, P.E., P.P., Vice Chair

ONLINE: Begins April 9

Thomas A. Pepe, Treasurer * Dr. Kathleen C. Serafino, Secretary

MAIL/FAX: April 19 – July 20

Dr. Barbara L. Hadzima J. Richard Rajoppi

IN-PERSON REGISTRATION: Student Community Center August, 25, 27, 28 and 29

Dr. Joseph L. Ricca, Jr. Cynthia E. Samuel Dean C. Strawn Michael A. Van Allen Dr. Joseph S. Weisberg * Richard Koval, Alumni Trustee

Check the CCM website for times, www.ccm.edu

William T. McNerney, Trustee Emeritus College Administration All college administrators also serve as members of the CCM Foundation.

Tuition and Fees

Dr. Edward J. Yaw, President

In-county residents

Dr. Dwight L. Smith, Vice President of Academic Affairs Karen VanDerhoof, Vice President of Business and Finance Dr. Bette M. Simmons, Vice President of Student Development and Enrollment Management Joseph Vitale, Executive Director for College Advancement and Planning and President of the CCM Foundation Roger Flahive, Executive Director of Information Systems (CIO) Thomas Burk, Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations County College of Morris Foundation Joseph T. Vitale, President

(Effective Summer 2012)

Out-of-county Out-of-state residents residents

Tuition per credit hour

$116.00

$232.00

$330.00

College Fee per credit hour

$ 17.50

$ 17.50

$ 17.50

Approximate cost per credit hour

$133.50

$249.50

$347.50

Katie A. Olsen, Director of Development Board of Directors Gil Zweig, Chair Glenbrook Technologies, Inc. Everton Scott, Vice Chair Public Service Electric and Gas Company Richard Ricca, Treasurer Verizon New Jersey Bonnie Murphy ‘71, Secretary & Faculty Representative, County College of Morris Carol Fitzpatrick ‘86, Assistant Secretary United Parcel Service Marilyn Ayres County College of Morris (Ret.) Sandra Geiger Thomas Hayes New Jersey Natural Gas Company William McElroy ‘83 Liberty International Underwriters Edward Nelson ‘72 McGivney & Kluger, PC John C. Parry, Jr. Solix Eileen Paragano ‘91 Paragano Family Foundation Michael Prokop Wanda Sims Novartis, Inc.

Example of Tuition and College Fees In-county

Out-of-county Out-of-state

3 credits

$400.50

$748.50

$1,042.50

6 credits

$801.00

$1,497.00

$2,085.00

9 credits

$1,201.50

$2,245.50

$3,127.50

12 credits

$1,602.00

$2,994.00

$4,170.00

15 credits

$2,002.50

$3,742.50

$5,212.50

* Other course-related fees may apply.

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