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Spring 2013 Schedule and Registration Bulletin for Credit Courses

NEW FOR SPRING • Friday-only classes • Expanded online offerings

INSIDE • Online courses • Classes at Smith College • January Intersession • Courses listed by day and time • Evening classes • Course descriptions

Published 10.26.2012

Greenfield Community College Apply online today… www.gcc.mass.edu


General Information • Intersession classes begin Thursday, January 3 • Spring 2013 New Student Orientation, Thursday, January 24 • Spring semester day and evening classes begin Friday, January 25 • Last day to add spring semester day and evening classes, Thursday, January 31

Gerald Martins

A Message from President Pura

Please join with us in celebrating Greenfield Community College’s 50th Anniversary. We take pride in the quality of our programs and the many ways we’ve helped students, families, businesses and our community grow over the past five decades. Together, we are helping to strengthen the social and economic future for our region. We invite you to celebrate GCC’s 50th anniversary with our community of teachers and learners who every day deliver on the promise of access and excellence. Over the past 50 years, Greenfield Community College has made a true and sustaining difference. We extend a warm invitation to GCC alumni everywhere and to all of our neighbors to visit this community’s College and join with us in celebration of all that GCC has to offer. Sincerely,

Robert L. Pura, Ph.D., President

Academic Calendar Please note: Dates listed on academic calendars relate to full semester classes only. Calendars for classes with a modified schedule, e.g. extended weeks, reduced weeks, etc., are available in the Registrar’s Office.

January Intersession 2013 Jan 3 . . . . . . . . . . . .Classes begin Jan 4 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to add classes Jan 7 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw from credit courses with 100% refund* Jan 8 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw from credit courses with 75% refund* Jan 9 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw - No Record Jan 10 . . . . . . . . . .Early Progress Reports due by 2:00 p.m. Jan 16 . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw with a grade of “W” Jan 21 . . . . . . . . . .Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday - no classes Jan 23 . . . . . . . . . .Last day of classes Jan 24 . . . . . . . . . .Reserved for make-up due to cancellation Jan 25 . . . . . . . . . .Final grades due by 10:00 a.m.

Spring 2013 Semester Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr

We make every effort to offer our classes as indicated in this publication. Occasionally, there are changes beyond our control. For up-to-date information on all courses, visit our website: www.gcc.mass.edu/bulletin.

May May May May May Jun

24 25 31 31

. . . . . . . . . .New Student Orientation . . . . . . . . . .Day and evening classes begin . . . . . . . . . .Last day to add day and evening classes . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw from credit courses with 100% refund* 7 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw from credit courses with 75% refund* 18 . . . . . . . . . .Washington’s Birthday - no day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled 22 . . . . . . . . . .Incomplete (“IN”) grades converted to “F” 28 . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw - No Record 18-22 . . . . . . . .Spring Recess - no day or evening classes 26 . . . . . . . . . .Early Progress Reports due by 2:00 p.m. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . .Advising Day - no day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled 2 . . . . . . . . . . . .Fall registration for current students begins 5 . . . . . . . . . . . .Applications for June Commencement due in Enrollment Services 9 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to drop/withdraw with a grade of “W” 12 . . . . . . . . . .Staff Development Day - no day classes 15 . . . . . . . . . .Patriots’ Day - no day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled 17 . . . . . . . . . .Follow Monday’s schedule for day classes; follow Wednesday’s schedule for evening classes 9 . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day of evening classes 13-16 . . . . . . . .Final Exams for evening classes 15 . . . . . . . . . .Last day of day classes 16-21 . . . . . . . .Final Exams for day classes 23 . . . . . . . . . .Final grades due by 10:00 a.m. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . .Commencement

* minus $20 registration fee

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Greenfield Community College


General Information

January Intersession Intersession classes run January 3–24 Get a jump start on the Spring 2013 Semester at GCC! Intersession courses are a great way to earn credits toward your degree in a condensed term. Same quality instruction and small classes, but in a month’s time! Take the fast track to a degree and try one of our Intersession courses today. Register now through January 4 at www.gcc.mass.edu/January. Financial aid can apply. See you in January!

See page 8 for a list of January Intersession Classes

Contents Messages/Announcements ....................................................................................2 Academic Calendar ....................................................................................................2 Registration Information ..........................................................................................3 Key........................................................................................................................................4 Online Credit Courses ............................................................................................5 Hybrid Credit Courses ............................................................................................5 Courses at Smith College ......................................................................................5 Friday-only Courses ..................................................................................................5 Late Start Courses......................................................................................................5 Credit Courses by Day and Time ................................................................6–7 January Intersession Courses................................................................................8 Classes for Students Enrolled Into Developmental English Courses ....................................................8 Classes Meeting the UMass Social and Cultural Diversity Requirement......................................................8 Credit Courses by Evening and Time..............................................................9 Credit Course Schedule................................................................................10-29 Credit Course Descriptions........................................................................30-46 Phone numbers ........................................................................................................46

Registering for Credit Courses ❥ Before registering for credit courses, CuRRENtly ENROllED StuDENtS… should schedule an appointment to register with your assigned academic advisor. If you are unsure of your assigned advisor please visit my.gcc.mass.edu on the GCC web site to access this information.

❥ Prior to registering for credit courses, NEW StuDENtS… who plan to earn a degree or certificate or apply for financial aid must submit an application for admission to the Office of Admission available online at: www.gcc.mass.edu/admission. If you have completed the admission process, you may schedule an appointment to register by calling the Academic Advising Center at (413) 775-1339. who do not plan to earn a degree or certificate do not need to apply for admission and may schedule an appointment to register by calling the Academic Advising Center at (413) 7751339, after taking placement tests or providing transcripts of college-level work from other schools. must demonstrate appropriate preparation for all courses by taking placement tests or providing transcripts of college-level work from other schools. You may schedule an appointment for a placement test by calling the Testing Center at (413) 7751147 or (413) 775-1821.

❥ After meeting the above conditions, students… may register by mail through the final registration date (one week in advance of later starting classes) using the registration form available at www.gcc.mass.edu/academics/. Print, complete and mail the form and your payment along with transcripts showing proof of meeting prerequisites, if necessary to: Greenfield Community College Enrollment Services–C103 One College Drive Greenfield, MA 01301 may register in person Enrollment Services–C103 (413) 775-1801 For office hours, please call ahead or www.gcc.mass.edu/hours Academic Advising Center–C118 (413) 775-1339 For office hours, please call ahead or www.gcc.mass.edu/hours

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Register early to be sure of having a seat in the course of your choice!

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Scheduling Details–Credit hOW tO READ thE COuRSE SChEDulE Course code

Course name

PSy 101

Principles of Psychology 

Course credits

Semester course is offered Course prerequisite

(Offered: Every term) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores Building where class section meets: 33195 2 LEC: W 5:00 pm-7:50 pm EAST Becker EAST – East Building at the Main Campus 33236 14 LEC: Th 6:30 pm-9:20 pm SMCOL LaChance MAIN – Main Building at the Main Campus Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street SMCOL – Smith College, Northampton 33196 A LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am EAST Garvey TOWN – Downtown Center, Greenfield 33197 B LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Boyce Instructor UMASS – University of Mass., Amherst 33198 C LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:15am EAST Boyce VAHOSP –Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Leeds 33199 D LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST OTHER – Other location as listed 33200 E LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am EAST 33237 F LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am EAST Additional comments 33369 G LEC: TTh 3:30pm-5:00pm EAST LATE START class begins 9/14. Currently closed. Course meets at these times 33380 H DIS: This is an online class with one optional on-campus meeting on 9/7. Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of instructor is required. For more info go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail garveya@gcc.mass.edu.

Course meets on these days

CRN

Course section

Type of class meetings:

5-digit course registration number

A number indicates that the section is an evening, weekend, intersession, or summer class; a letter indicates a daytime class in fall and spring semesters.

lecture, field, studio, practicum, hybrid, distance learning or lab

key *

Course meets University of Massachusetts’ social and cultural diversity requirement.

Cr

Credit(s); College work is measured in units called credits.

LEC:

Lecture; The actual time classes will meet in the classroom.

L/L:

Lecture/Laboratory; Class time is a combination of lecture and laboratory.

LAB:

Laboratory; Some classes also have laboratory hours.

STU:

Studio; The actual time classes will meet in a studio setting.

FLD:

Field; Class meets in a field setting usually away from the college.

DIS:

Distance Learning; This is an online class which does not meet regularly on campus.

HYB:

Hybrid course; Class has both classroom meetings and 50-79% of online instructions.

PRA:

Practicum; Class includes practical work experience.

Prereq: Courses or other requirements which must be successfully completed before enrolling in this course. Coreq:

Courses which must be taken in the same or an earlier semester as the courses in which the student is enrolling.

Recomm: A recommended prerequisite for enrolling in this course.

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Scheduling Details–Credit ONlINE COuRSES Fully online course instruction is completed entirely through the online learning system. AHS 102 2 Art History Survey II ANT 104 2 Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States and the Global System BIO 130 2 Human Nutrition BIO 130 4 Human Nutrition BIO 132 A Lifestyle, Health, and Medicine BUS 111 B The Contemporary Business World BUS 203 2 Human Resources Management CIS 140 4 Microcomputer Software Tools I CIS 141 2 Microcomputer Software Tools II CIS 145 2 Relational Database Design and Application CIS 150 2 Programming Principles and Concepts CIS 251 2 Java Programming CRJ 101 2 Introduction to Criminal Justice ECO 102 C Principles of Microeconomics EDU 101 2 Introduction to Early Childhood Education EDU 201 2 Early Childhood Curriculum ENG 103 2 English Composition I: Purposes and Technique of Prose ENG 105 B English Composition I: The Impact of Language ENG 112 4 English Composition II: Exploring Literature ENG 114 4 English Composition II: Literature and Creative Writing ENG 241 A Survey of Children's Literature ENG 247 A Women in Literature I FST 101 2 Introduction to Fire Protection GGY 101 1 Introduction to Geography GGY 101 2 Introduction to Geography GGY 101 4 Introduction to Geography HSV 101 2 Introduction to Human Services MAT 106 4 Intermediate Algebra MAT 107 4 College Algebra MAT 117 4 Mathematical Problem Solving MOM 110 4 Introduction to Medical Terminology PCS 141 2 Interpersonal Communication PCS 141 C Interpersonal Communication PHI 103 2 Introduction to Philosophy POL 101 2 American Politics PSY 101 I Principles of Psychology PSY 217 2 Human Growth and Development PSY 233 A Child Behavior and Development SOC 101 C Principles of Sociology SOC 101 H Principles of Sociology THE 101 2 Introduction to Theater

hyBRID COuRSES A hybrid course includes a combination of online and on-campus instruction, reducing but not eliminating face-to-face classroom time. CIS 140 C Microcomputer Software Tools I CIS 201 2 Introduction to Discrete Computation EDU 216 A Student Teaching II SCI 119 2 Introduction to Global Warming SCI 135 2 Green Careers Exploration & Career Skill Building

COuRSES At SMIth COllEGE GCC courses at Smith College meet at Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. AHS 101 14 Art History Survey I ANT 104 14 Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States and the Global System BIO 130 14 Human Nutrition CRJ 101 14 Introduction to Criminal Justice ECO 101 14 Principles of Macroeconomics ENG 103 14 English Composition I: Purposes and Technique of Prose ENG 114 14 English Composition II: Literature and Creative Writing ENG 203 14 American Literature I EVS 101 14 Environmental Studies: Issues in Sustainability HIS 127 14 History of African-American Peoples POL 101 14 American Politics PSY 101 14 Principles of Psychology PSY 217 14 Human Growth and Development SOC 101 14 Principles of Sociology SPA 101 14 Elementary Spanish I

www.gcc.mass.edu

Refer to the credit course section for additional course information.

FRIDAy-ONly COuRSES Friday-only courses are a low-cost, convenient way to meet your busy lifestyle. AGR 113 A Mushroom Foraging & Cultivation ART 255 A Video Art ART 256 A Video Portfolio BUS 111 C The Contemporary Business World BUS 116 A E-Commerce EDU 111 A Introduction to Special Education ENG 116 A English Composition II: Analysis of Literature and Film ESL 110 A ESL Computer Training EVS 204 A Environmental Justice HSC 127 C Survey of Health Careers LED 170 B Gentle Yoga PCS 101 D Public Speaking SOC 101 I Principles of Sociology

lAtE StARt COuRSES AGR 110

2

AGR 111

2

AGR 111

4

AGR 113

A

DAN 184

2

ESL 110

A

EVS 151

10

EVS 152

10

EVS 153

10

HUD 114

A

LED 158

A

LED 161

A

LED 162

A

LED 168

A

PSY 101

J

SCI 131

A

SCI 136

A

SCI 136

B

SCI 221

A

SOC 101

D

Beekeeping Course starts 4.16 Four Season Farming Course starts 3.27 Four Season Farming Course starts 3.27 Mushroom Foraging & Cultivation Course starts 4.12 Ballroom Dance: Latin Style Course starts 3.25 ESL Computer Training Course starts 3.1 Youth, Culture and Rites of Passage in Contemporary America Course starts 4.23 Sustainable Agriculture: Organic Gardening Course starts 4.18 Ancient Wilderness Living Skills Course starts 4.3 College Success Course starts 2.5 Advanced Aerobics Course starts 3.25 Golf Course starts 3.26 Principles of Weight Training II Course starts 3.25 Introductory Tae Kwon Do II (Karate) Course starts 3.25 Principles of Psychology Course starts 2.5 Introduction to Piping Course starts 2.26 Applied Residential Energy Auditing Course starts 4.11 Applied Residential Energy Auditing Course starts 4.11 Photovoltaic (Solar Electric) Installation Course starts 4.8 Principles of Sociology Course starts 2.5

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Credit Courses by Day and Start time MtWthF begins 7:00am

MWF begins 8:45am

❏ NUR 109

❏ AGR 113 ❏ AGR 113

A (TWTh) ends 3:00pm

MtWthF begins 8:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

ENG 101 ENG 112 EDU 216 NUR 107 NUR 107C NUR 107C NUR 105

1 1 A A A B 1

ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 12:00pm (MTh) ends 11:00am (TW) ends 3:00pm (TW) ends 3:00pm (MTWTh) ends 3:30pm

MtWthF begins 8:30am ❏ NUR 202

A (MT) ends 10:30am

MtWthF begins 9:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

ENG 261 PCS 101 PHI 104 FRE 112 PSY 101 SPA 111 OLP 146 OLP 147 OLP 202 OLP 205 OLP 216 OLP 230 OLP 231 OLP 232 OLP 234 OLP 238 OLP 239

1 1 1 1 1 1 A A A A A A A A A A A

ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm ends 4:00pm

MtWthF begins 2:00pm ❏ NUR 105

3 (MTWTh) ends 9:30pm

MWF begins 7:00am ❏ NUR 202C F (W)

ends 9:00pm

MWF begins 7:30am ❏ LED 295 ❏ LED 296

A A

ends 8:50am ends 8:50am

MWF begins 8:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

MAT 106 MAT 202 CHE 111 CIS 096 CRJ 103 LED 167 LED 168 ENG 221 HIS 101 ENG 094 ENG 094 ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 112 ART 123 ART 131 ART 237 NUR 109

A A A A A A A A A A B K L B B A A A

(MW)

(MW) (MW) (WF) (MW) (WF) (WF) (MW) (MW) (MW) (W) (MF)

ends 8:30am ends 8:30am ends 8:50am ends 8:50am ends 8:50am ends 8:50am ends 8:50am ends 9:15am ends 9:15am ends 9:40am ends 9:40am ends 9:40am ends 9:40am ends 9:40am ends 9:59am ends 10:00am ends 12:00pm ends 2:00pm

MWF begins 8:30am ❏ AHS 101

A (MW) ends 9:45am

MWF begins 8:40am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

CIS 201 MAT 106 MAT 107 MAT 202 MAT 204

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A A A A A

ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am

A (F) A (F)

MWF begins 10:30am ends 11:45am ends 12:45pm

MWF begins 9:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

ACC 152 BUS 105 CHE 111 CIS 140 CRJ 109 MAT 090 MAT 105 MUS 107 PSY 101 PSY 217 DAN 107 DAN 108 DAN 207 NUR 106 NUR 108 BUS 111 HSC 127 SOC 101 SCI 120

A A A C A A C A B B A A A A A C C I A

ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am (MW) ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 9:50am ends 10:20am ends 10:20am ends 10:20am (F) ends 11:00am (W) ends 11:00am (F) ends 11:50am (F) ends 11:50am (F) ends 11:50am (F) ends 12:00pm

MWF begins 9:30am ❏ NUR 111

1 (W)

ends 12:30pm

MWF begins 10:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

MAT 107 MAT 108 ACC 152 ESL 119 MAT 090 MAT 105 MUS 103 PCS 101 PSY 101 PSY 217 SOC 101 ECO 102 ENG 210 MAT 117 MOM 110 PSJ 225 THE 105 NUR 111 ACC 122 ENG 090 ENG 090 ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 112 ENG 114 ENG 116 FRE 101 SPA 101 SPA 102 PHY 102 PHY 112 ART 121 ART 151 ART 152 ART 242 ART 243 ART 263

B A B A B A A A C A E A A A A A A 1 B A D B J A B B A A A A A A B A A A A

(MW) (WF) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (F) (MW) (MW) (WF) (MF) (WF) (WF) (MF) (MW) (MF) (MF) (MF)

(MW) (WF) (MW) (M) (M) (MW)

ends 10:30am ends 10:30am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 11:15am ends 11:15am ends 11:15am ends 11:15am ends 11:15am ends 11:15am ends 11:30am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm ends 12:00pm

MWF begins 10:10am ❏ MAT 114

A

Refer to the credit course section for additional course information.

ends 10:39am

❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

HIS 105 HUD 114 DAN 111 DAN 112 DAN 211 SCI 120

A (MW) ends 11:45am Z (MW) ends 11:45am A ends 11:50am A ends 11:50am A ends 11:50am A (W) ends 12:00pm

MWF begins 10:40am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

MAT 106 MAT 107 MAT 108 MAT 114

B (MW) ends 11:50am B ends 11:50am A ends 11:50am A ends 11:50am

MWF begins 10:45am ❏ NUR 204

A (M)

ends 2:15pm

MWF begins 11:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

BIO 126 BIO 126 BIO 126 ESL 123 ESL 124 GEO 104 MAT 090 MAT 105 PCS 141 SOC 101 BIO 120

A B C A A A E B A F B (MW)

ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 11:50am ends 12:15pm

MWF begins 11:30am ❏ NUR 111

1 (F)

ends 12:30pm

MWF begins 12:00pm ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

EGR 100 LED 157 LED 158 ESL 110 ACC 209 HUM 108 NUR 108

A A A A A Z A

(F)

ends 12:50pm ends 12:50pm ends 12:50pm (F) ends 2:00pm (MW) ends 2:30pm (MW) ends 2:30pm (W) ends 4:00pm

ANT 104 BIO 195 PSY 101 SOC 101 CRJ 215 MAT 106 MAT 107 MAT 151 BIO 103 BIO 124 BUS 224 CHE 202 CIS 151 ECO 102 HIS 105 MAT 090 PHI 104 POL 101 PSY 209 SPA 102 FRE 201 LED 170 ENG 101 ENG 112 ENG 116 MUS 138 SPA 202 DAN 116 DAN 117

A C G G A C C A A A A A A B B F A C B B A B A C C A A A A

(M)

(MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) (M) (M) (F) (MW) (WF) (MW) (W) (MW) (MW) (MW)

DAN 216 DAN 217 FRE 201 ART 161 ART 242 ART 243 ART 269 HSV 271 SPA 101 SPA 102 BUS 116 CRJ 107 EDU 111 EVS 204 ENG 116 ART 236 ART 251 ART 252 ART 255 ART 256

ends 1:50pm ends 1:50pm ends 1:50pm ends 1:50pm ends 2:00pm ends 2:10pm ends 2:10pm ends 2:10pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:15pm ends 2:30pm ends 2:30pm ends 2:40pm ends 2:40pm ends 2:40pm ends 2:40pm ends 2:40pm ends 2:50pm ends 2:50pm

A A A A A A A A B B A A A A A A A A A A

(MW) (MW) (W) (MW) (M) (M) (MW) (W) (M) (W) (F) (W) (F) (F) (F) (W) (M) (M) (F) (F)

ends 2:50pm ends 2:50pm ends 2:50pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:15pm ends 3:15pm ends 3:50pm ends 3:50pm ends 3:50pm ends 3:50pm ends 4:40pm ends 5:00pm ends 5:00pm ends 5:00pm ends 5:00pm ends 5:00pm

MWF begins 2:00pm ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

HUD 131 LED 156 LED 162 SPA 101

A A A B

(W) (MW) (MW) (W)

ends 3:00pm ends 3:15pm ends 3:15pm ends 3:15pm

MWF begins 2:30pm ❏ HUD 114 C (MW) ends 3:45pm ❏ SCI 128 A (W) ends 5:20pm

MWF begins 3:00pm ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

PHI 206 LED 170 LED 171 THE 113 THE 213 MUS 139 HIS 129

A A A A A A A

(MW) (W) (M) (MW) (MW) (W) (M)

ends 4:15pm ends 4:30pm ends 4:30pm ends 4:50pm ends 4:50pm ends 5:30pm ends 5:50pm

MWF begins 3:05pm ❏ ART 173

MWF begins 1:00pm ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

A (MW) ends 5:05pm

MWF begins 3:45pm ❏ EGR 210

A (MW) ends 5:00pm

MWF begins 5:30pm ❏ EMS 202

3 (MW) ends 10:00pm

MWF begins 6:00pm ❏ SCI 221

A (M)

Greenfield Community College

ends 8:50pm


Credit Courses by Day and Start time tth begins 8:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

CIS 140 CIS 280 HSC 127 MAT 090 MAT 105 PSY 101 HUD 114 ENG 101 MAT 106 ART 155 ART 161 SCI 103 NUR 106 NUR 108C NUR 108C NUR 108C NUR 108C NUR 106C NUR 106C NUR 106C NUR 106C

A A B G G A A G F A B A A A B C D A B C D

(Th)

(T) (T) (T) (T)

tth begins 11:00am ends 9:15am ends 9:15am ends 9:15am ends 9:15am ends 9:15am ends 9:15am ends 9:25am ends 9:40am ends 9:40am ends 10:00am ends 10:00am ends 10:20am ends 12:00pm ends 12:30pm ends 12:30pm ends 12:30pm ends 12:30pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm ends 3:00pm

tth begins 9:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

MAT 090 MAT 105 ACC 122 ENG 090 DAN 103 DAN 104 DAN 203

C D A E A A A

ends 9:29am ends 9:29am ends 10:40am ends 10:40am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am ends 10:50am

tth begins 9:30am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

AHS 102 BIO 120 BIO 130 BIO 196 BIO 196 BIO 196 BUS 205 CIS 140 CIS 145 CRJ 101 CRJ 121 ECO 101 ESL 106 ESL 107 ESL 108 ESL 118 EVS 101 HIS 102 HSV 215 HUD 117 MAT 090 MAT 105 MAT 117 MUS 111 PCS 101 PSY 101 PSY 209 SOC 208

A A A A B C A B A A A A A A A A A A A A C D B A B D A A

ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am ends 10:45am

tth begins 10:00am ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏

ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 112 MAT 106 ENG 101

C D E E D F

ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:40am ends 11:50am

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ACC 207 ANT 104 BIO 126 BIO 126 BIO 195 BIO 195 BUS 111 BUS 205 CHE 112 CIS 150 CRJ 105 DAN 101 EDU 112 ENG 206 ESL 103 ESL 104 GWS 115 HSC 127 HSV 101 MAT 090 MAT 094 MAT 105 MAT 117 MUS 137 PCS 141 POL 207 PSY 101 SOC 101 SPA 101 SPA 102 SPA 201 ART 121 ART 132 ART 151 SPA 101 SPA 102 GEO 102

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JANuARy INtERSESSION COuRSES Intersession classes run January 3–24 and are a great way to earn credits toward your degree in a condensed term. ENG 101 ENG 112 ENG 261 FRE 112 GGY 101

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English Composition I: Expository Writing English Composition II: Exploring Literature The Short Story French Skills Practice II Introduction to Geography

PCS 101 PHI 104 PSY 101 SCI 110 SPA 111

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Public Speaking Introduction to Ethics Principles of Psychology Community Energy Solutions Spanish Skills Practice I

ClASSES FOR StuDENtS ENROllED INtO DEvElOPMENtAl ENGlISh COuRSES Students who place into ENG 090 and ENG 094 (formerly COL 090) can also take courses from the list below during Spring 2013: AGR 110 AGR 111 AGR 113 CIS 096 CIS 110 DAN 101 DAN 102 DAN 103 DAN 107 DAN 111 DAN 116 DAN 183 DAN 184 EGR 100 EVS 151 EVS 152 EVS 153 FRE 101 HSC 101

Beekeeping Four Season Farming Mushroom Foraging & Cultivation Keyboarding for Information Processing Introduction to Computers Introduction to Dance Pilates Mat Work Jazz Dance I Ballet I Modern Dance I Middle Eastern Dance I Ballroom Dance: American Smooth Style Ballroom Dance: Latin Style Engineering Culture Youth, Culture and Rites of Passage in Contemporary America Sustainable Agriculture: Organic Gardening Ancient Wilderness Living Skills Elementary French I Introduction to Patient Care Skills

HSC 127 HUD 114 HUD 117 HUM 110 LED 156 LED 157 LED 161 LED 167 LED 170 LED 171 LED 172 MAT 090 MUS 111 MUS 130 MUS 139 MUS 230 SCI 110 SPA 101 THE 113

Survey of Health Careers College Success Managing Stress Media Literacy: The World of Advertising Principles of Weight Training Aerobics Golf Introductory Tae Kwon Do I (Karate) Gentle Yoga Yoga Self-Defense for Women Basic Mathematics Skills Chorus Applied Music Contemporary Music Ensemble Applied Music 2-credit Community Energy Solutions Elementary Spanish I Fundamentals of Acting

ClASSES MEEtING thE uMASS SOCIAl AND CultuRAl DIvERSIty REquIREMENt AHS 101 ANT 104 DAN 116 DAN 117 DAN 216 DAN 217 ENG 219 ENG 247 GWS 115

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Art History Survey I Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States and the Global System Middle Eastern Dance I Middle Eastern Dance II Middle Eastern Dance III Middle Eastern Dance IV Ethnic Literature Women in Literature I Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies

HIS 127 HIS 129 HIS 131 HUM 150 MUS 137 SOC 101 SOC 108 SOC 201 SOC 208

History of African-American Peoples Introduction to Modern Africa Women in American History The Lively Arts World Music and Cultures Principles of Sociology Crime & Punishment in the U.S.: A Sociological Overview Social Problems Sociology of Gende

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Evening Credit Courses MONDAy CREDIt ART 151 BUS 119 CIS 140 DAN 183 DAN 184 ENG 114 ENG 219 ESL 113 SOC 101

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tuESDAy, SAtuRDAy AND SuNDAy CREDIt EVS 151 10 T 4:00pm-5:50pm Course meets from 4:00-5:50pm on Tue 4/23 in E114A; and from 9am Sat 4/27 to 4pm Sun 4/28 in the field.

WEDNESDAy, SAtuRDAy AND SuNDAy CREDIt EVS 153 10 W 4:00pm-4:50pm Course meets from 4:00-4:50pm on Wed 4/3 and 4/10 in E123; and from 9am Sat 4/13 to 4pm Sun 4/14 in the field.

thuRSDAy AND SuNDAy CREDIt EVS 152 10 Th 6:00pm-8:50pm Course meets from 6-8:50pm on Thur, 4/18, in S341 and from 9am - 3pm on Sundays 4/21 and May 5 in the field.

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➀ Course also has Saturday and/or Sunday meeting date(s). Refer to the credit course listing.

For course titles, prerequisites, and credits refer to pages 10-29. For course descriptions go to www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog or pages 30-46

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For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog

ACCOUNTING ACC 122 Prereq: ACC 16050 15525 15526

ACC 152

Principles of Financial Accounting II 121 2 A B

EAST EAST EAST

Galbraith Fredrick Fredrick

LEC: MWF LEC: MWF

9:00am-9:50am 10:00am-10:50am

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr EAST EAST

Galbraith Galbraith

Financial Accounting Systems and Procedures

Prereq: ACC 122 15529 A

ACC 209

6:00pm-9:50pm 9:00am-10:40am 10:00am-11:40am

Concepts of Financial Accounting II

Prereq: ACC 151 15615 A 16673 B

ACC 207

LEC: T LEC: TTh LEC: MW

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

LEC: TTh

11:00am-12:15pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Fredrick

Introduction to Income tax Preparation

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ACC 208 16674 A

PRA: TTh 12:30pm-2:30pm EAST Fredrick PRA: MW 12:00pm-2:30pm Students arrange schedules based on credits desired and within parameters of scheduled meeting times. Students meet with instructor once by arrangement prior to semester start date. Course ends 4/15.

AGRICULTURE AGR 110

Beekeeping

(Offered: Periodically) 1 cr

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use hand tools. Field trip required. NOTE: Students work with bees. LEC: T 6:30pm-8:00pm EAST Hatch 16969 2 9:00am-1:00pm FLD: S Course meets from 6:30-8:00pm on Tuesdays 4/16 & 4/23 in E114A, and from 9am-1pm on Saturdays 4/27, 5/4, & 5/11 in the field.

AGR 111

Four Season Farming

(Offered: Periodically) 1 cr

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use hand tools. Field trip required. 16968 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:30pm MAIN Botkin FLD: S 10:00am-3:00pm Course meets from 6-8:30pm on Wed 3/27 & 4/3 in xxxx, and from 10am-3pm on Sat 4/6 & 4/13 in the field. 17081 4 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:30pm MAIN TBA FLD: U 10:00am-3:00pm Course meets from 6-8:30pm on Wed 3/27 & 4/3 in xxxx, and from 10am-3pm on Sun 4/7 & 4/14 in the field. Currently Closed

AGR 113

Mushroom Foraging & Cultivation

Prereq: None; Recomm: SCI 137 Special Requirement: Field trips required. 17194 A L/F: F 8:45am-12:45pm L/F: F 8:45am-11:45am Course meets 4/12 - 5/3.

(Offered: ) 1 cr EAST

TBA

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASl 101

Elementary American Sign language I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15607 2 LEC: MW 6:30pm-8:20pm MAIN 16960 4 LEC: TTh 5:00pm-6:50pm MAIN

ASl 102

Lacy-Limoges Lacy-Limoges

Elementary American Sign language II

Prereq: ASL 101 or equivalent, or permission of instructor 15608 2 LEC: MW 4:30pm-6:20pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr MAIN

Lacy-Limoges

ANTHROPOLOGY ANt 104

Cultural Anthropology: tribes, States and the Global System *

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16801 2 DIS: ONLINE Vouros This is an online course with NO initial meeting. For more information, students may email instructor Vouros@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distanceed/online-courses. 15955 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Booxbaum Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. 15595 A LEC: MWF 1:00pm-1:50pm EAST TBA Currently Closed. 16474 B LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Kapitulik

ART HISTORY AhS 101

Art history Survey I *

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment NOTE: Credit can be granted for ART 103 or AHS 101, but not for both. 16658 14 LEC: Th 6:15pm-9:05pm SMCOL Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street 17179 A LEC: MW 8:30am-9:45am MAIN

AhS 102

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr Petraccia Petraccia

Art history Survey II

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment NOTE: Credit can be granted for ART 104 or AHS 102, but not for both. 16660 2 DIS: ONLINE Petraccia This is an online course. Students should email: petracciab@gcc.mass.edu or call Breta Petraccia at: 413.775.1348. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/onlinecourses.. 16659 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Petraccia

ART (Additional fees for ART courses: $30) ARt 121

visual Concepts I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or concurrent enrollment or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score 15611 A STU: MW 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Bross 16910 B STU: TTh 11:00am-1:00pm MAIN Simms

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For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog ARt 123

visual Concepts II

Prereq: ART 121 17180 A 17181 B

ARt 131

STU: TTh STU: MW

Credit Courses (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

2:00pm-4:00pm 8:00am-9:59am

MAIN MAIN

Popoff Simms

Drawing Foundation

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or concurrent enrollment or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score STU: MW 8:00am-10:00am MAIN Popoff 16592 A STU: TTh 2:00pm-4:00pm MAIN Simms 16911 B

ARt 132

Drawing II

Prereq: ART 131 16661 A

ARt 151

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

STU: TTh

11:00am-1:00pm

MAIN

Popoff

Photography Foundation

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score Special Requirement: Students must provide their own digital camera, preferably with shutter speed and f-stop controls. 16815 2 STU: M 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN Sexton 16816 A STU: TTh 11:00am-1:00pm MAIN O'Beirne 16817 B STU: WF 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Sexton

ARt 152

Film and the Darkroom

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ART 121 and ART 151 Special Requirement: Students must provide their own non-digital camera, preferably with shutter speed and f-stop controls. STU: MW 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN O'Beirne 17182 A

ARt 155

video Foundation

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score STU: TTh 8:00am-10:00am MAIN Purnell 15523 A

ARt 161 Prereq: ENG 17183 15524 15616

ARt 173

Computer Arts Foundation

Digital Design

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ART 121 and ART 161 16912 A STU: MW

ARt 236

MAIN

Krol

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

STU: W

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr 8:00am-12:00pm

MAIN

Krol

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr 1:00pm-4:00pm

MAIN

Krol

STU: M STU: M

10:00am-12:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Hyde

Painting and Drawing II

Prereq: ART 242 15657 A

ARt 251

1:00pm-5:00pm

Painting and Drawing I

Prereq: ART 241 15531 A

ARt 243

Boisvert

Painting

Prereq: ART 123 and ART 132 15530 A STU: TTh

ARt 242

MAIN

Figure Drawing II-B

Prereq: ART 236 16664 A

ARt 241

3:05pm-5:05pm

Figure Drawing II-A

Prereq: ART 132 and ART 235 15645 A STU: W

ARt 237

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score 2 STU: T 5:00pm-9:00pm MAIN Petraccia A STU: MW 1:00pm-3:00pm MAIN Petraccia B STU: TTh 8:00am-10:00am MAIN TBA

STU: M STU: M

10:00am-12:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Hyde

Intermediate Photography

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ART 152 or ART 151 and permission of the instructor. Special Requirement: Students must provide their own camera with shutter speed and f-stop controls. 15532 A STU: M 1:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Young

ARt 252

Intermediate Photography II

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ART 251 Special Requirement: Students must provide their own camera with shutter speed and f-stop controls. 15533 A STU: M 1:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Young

ARt 255

video Art

Prereq: ART 155 16556 A

ARt 256

STU: F

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr 1:00pm-5:00pm

Purnell

STU: MW

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr 10:00am-12:00pm

MAIN

Lindale

1:00pm-3:00pm

MAIN

Lindale

3D Animation

Prereq: ART 268 16555 A

ARt 273

MAIN

Web Site Design

Prereq: ART 161 16694 A

ARt 269

Purnell

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ART 255 or permission of Art department chair 16557 A STU: F 1:00pm-5:00pm

ARt 263

MAIN

video Portfolio

STU: MW

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Image and text

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105; ART 123; one 200-level art studio course within major concentration; and ART 151, ART 161, or ART 155. 17184 A STU: TTh 2:00pm-4:00pm MAIN O'Beirne

BIOLOGY BIO 103

Ecology

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15631 A LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN LAB: W 2:30pm-4:20pm

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Introduction to Environmental Science

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 15658 A LEC: TTh LAB: T 16795 B LEC: MW LAB: F

BIO 122

For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

090), or satisfactory placement test scores 9:30am-10:45am MAIN 2:00pm-4:50pm 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN 1:00pm-3:50pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr Stein TBA Hyde Hyde Hyde Williams Williams

Biology II

Prereq: BIO 126 15958 A

BIO 130

Jones

Biology I

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for BIO 119 or BIO 126, but not both. 16798 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN LAB: T 6:00pm-7:50pm 17158 4 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN LAB: T 4:00pm-5:50pm Currently Closed. 16578 A LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN LAB: W 1:00pm-2:50pm 16579 B LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN LAB: F 1:00pm-2:50pm 16739 C LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN 1:00pm-2:50pm LAB: M LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN 16796 D 12:30pm-2:20pm LAB: T LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN 16797 E LAB: Th 12:30pm-2:20pm

BIO 127

Adams

Introductory horticulture

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for BIO 111 or BIO 124, but not for both. LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN 16684 A 2:30pm-4:15pm LAB: M Field trips required.

BIO 126

Devlin

Freshwater Ecology

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN 16049 A 2:00pm-3:50pm LAB: Th

BIO 124

Adams

LEC: TTh LAB: Th

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr 2:00pm-3:15pm 3:30pm-5:20pm

MAIN

Hyde

human Nutrition

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130L. 16685 2 DIS: ONLINE Sheldon This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email instructor at sheldonl@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses 17160 4 DIS: ONLINE TBA This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses Currently Closed 15677 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Sheldon Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street 15527 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Sheldon

BIO 130l

human Nutrition lab

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores and BIO 130 concurrently or satisfactory completion. NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130. 16811 A LAB: T 11:00am-12:50pm MAIN Fydenkevez This lab taken with BIO 130 will fulfill the 4-credit lab science requirement. 17066 B LAB: T 3:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Feliciano

BIO 132

lifestyle, health, and Medicine

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; MAT 105 or satisfactory placement test score or permission of instructor. 16932 A DIS: ONLINE Gump This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email instructor at GumpJ@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses..

BIO 194

Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Students can earn graduation credit for only one of the following: BIO 105 or BIO 107 or BIO 117 or BIO 194 or BIO 195. Students can earn graduation credit for BIO 106 or BIO 196, but not both. 16599 2 LEC: TTh 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Eck 16047 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN TBA LAB: T 8:00am-10:50am Currently Closed.

BIO 195

human Anatomy and Physiology I

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: College Biology within the past ten years or BIO 126; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. NOTE: Students can earn credit for only one of the following courses: BIO 105 or BIO 107 or BIO 117 or BIO 194 or BIO 195. 15799 2 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Markush LAB: M 5:00pm-6:50pm 16596 4 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN TBA LAB: M 7:00pm-8:50pm Currently closed. 16597 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN TBA LAB: T 1:00pm-2:50pm 16799 B LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN TBA LAB: Th 1:00pm-2:50pm 16800 C LEC: MWF 1:00pm-1:50pm MAIN TBA LAB: M 2:00pm-3:50pm Currently closed.

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human Anatomy and Physiology II

Credit Courses (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: BIO 195 and BIO 126 or a college level equivalent; or BIO 117 or BIO 194 with a grade of B or better within the past five years and BIO 126 or a college level equivalent. NOTE: Students can earn graduation credit for BIO 106 or BIO 196, but not both. 16480 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Murray LAB: Th 6:00pm-7:50pm 16535 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Gump LAB: T 11:00am-12:50pm 16580 B LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Gump LAB: Th 11:00am-12:50pm 16600 C LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Gump LAB: T 3:00pm-4:50pm

BIO 205

Microbiology

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: BIO 126 or BIO 194 or BIO 195 LEC: TTh 4:00pm-5:15pm 15528 A 2:15pm-3:45pm LAB: TTh LEC: TTh 4:00pm-5:15pm 15843 B 5:30pm-7:15pm LAB: TTh

MAIN

Fydenkevez

MAIN

Fydenkevez

BUSINESS BuS 105

Personal Financial literacy

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; MAT 090 or placement by examination 16916 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA 16584 A LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am EAST Field

BuS 111

the Contemporary Business World

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 15536 15537 17187

090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Luippold A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Vranos B DIS: ONLINE Simmons This is an online course with no on-campus meetings. Email SimmonsT@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 17198 C LEC: F 9:00am-11:50am EAST TBA

BuS 116

E-Commerce

(Offered: Every Fall & January) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; Recomm: Competency in word processing and spreadsheet operation 17084 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA This is a HYBRID class with 67% of course requirements online. 17199 A LEC: F 1:00pm-3:50pm EAST TBA

BuS 119

Principles of Real Estate

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16818 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST

BuS 155

Business law I

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17190 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST

BuS 203

McGuire TBA

human Resources Management

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: BUS 111 16552 2 DIS: ONLINE Barthelemy This is an online course with no on-campus meetings. Email instructor Barthelemy@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.

BuS 205 Prereq: BUS 16707 15539 15540

BuS 209

Principles of Management 111; Recomm: PSY 101 2 LEC: W A LEC: TTh B LEC: TTh

EAST EAST EAST

Ineman Galbraith Galbraith

Principles of Marketing

Prereq: BUS 111. Recomm: PSY 101 16585 A LEC: TTh

BuS 224

6:00pm-8:50pm 9:30am-10:45am 11:00am-12:15pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

12:30pm-1:45pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Vranos

EAST

Vranos

Business Communications

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 17189 A LEC: MW

1:00pm-2:15pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

CHEMISTRY ChE 105

Basic Principles of Chemistry

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores 17161 2 LEC: TTh 4:00pm-5:15pm MAIN

ChE 111

Nordstrom

General Chemistry I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), MAT 106 (096), or satisfactory placement test scores 16045 A LEC: T 2:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Basford LAB: Th 2:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Rees 16740 B LEC: T 2:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Basford LAB: Th 5:30pm-8:20pm MAIN Rees

ChE 112

General Chemistry II

Prereq: CHE 111; MAT 107 concurrently or placement by examination 15626 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm LAB: W 6:00pm-8:50pm 15560 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm LAB: Th 8:00am-10:50am

ChE 202

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr MAIN MAIN MAIN

Basford Nordstrom Basford

Organic Chemistry II

Prereq: CHE 201 16933 A

LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm LAB: F 1:00pm-3:50pm LAB: F 12:30pm-12:59pm Optional pre-lab meets F 12:30-12:59.

(Offered: Periodically) 4 cr MAIN

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COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS 096

keyboarding for Information Processing

Prereq: None 16920 A LEC: MW 8:00am-8:50am Class meets 1/28 - 3/25 (seven weeks).

CIS 110

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr EAST

Wilkins

Introduction to Computers

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: This course does not satisfy Program Elective or CIS elective requirements in any Business program. LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Lavoie 16708 2

CIS 140

Microcomputer Software tools I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores Special Requirement: Students not currently engaged in daily computer use should consider CIS 096 and CIS 110 prior to taking CIS 140. LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Duvall 15647 2 DIS: ONLINE Wilkins 16734 4 is an online course with NO initial meeting. Students should email Wilkins@gcc.mass.edu before class begins. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/onlineThis courses. LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:15am EAST Muller 15648 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Muller 15649 B HYB: MW 9:00am-9:50am EAST Wilkins 16733 C This is a HYBRID class with two weekly on-campus meetings. Thirty-three % of course requirements will occur online and students should feel skilled with independent online work.

CIS 141

Microcomputer Software tools II

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: CIS 140 16675 2 DIS: ONLINE Wilkins This is a fully online course with NO initial meeting. Email wilkins@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15650 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Wilkins

CIS 145

Relational Database Design and Application

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement testscores; CIS 140 or permission of instructor. 16788 2 DIS: ONLINE Anderson This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email AndersonG@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15951 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Anderson

CIS 150

Programming Principles and Concepts

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT 106 (096) or equivalent; ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment 16550 2 DIS: ONLINE Wilkins This is fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email wilkins@gcc.mass.edu For more info go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15651 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Wilkins

CIS 151

Web Site Development

Prereq: CIS 140, or CIS 150, or permission of instructor. 16676 A LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm

CIS 201

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

TBA

Introduction to Discrete Computation

(Offered: ) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 202 and permission of a Business or an Engineering Program Chair. Recomm: MAT 203 17213 2 HYB: EAST Anderson This is a hybrid class that is 95% online and 5% face to face because the student must take the mid-term and the final on campus. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. or email andersong@gcc.mass.edu 17197 A LEC: MWF 8:40am-9:50am EAST Anderson

CIS 251

Java Programming

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: CIS 150 or status as a second year engineering student 17078 2 DIS: ONLINE Anderson This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email AndersonG@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 16917 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Anderson

CIS 280

Network Server Administration

Prereq: CIS 180 16918 A

LEC: TTh

8:00am-9:15am

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr EAST

Anderson

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJ 101

Introduction to Criminal Justice

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17221 2 DIS: ONLINE Lanoie This is an online course. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. or email the instructor at lanoied@gcc.mass.edu 16496 14 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm SMCOL Fox Course meets at Smith College in Seeley Hall, located just off Green St. 15627 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Palazzo

CRJ 103

Criminal law

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15620 A LEC: MWF 8:00am-8:50am EAST

CRJ 105

Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor. Recomm: CRJ 103 15632 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm

CRJ 107

EAST

Nieliwocki

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Auskern

Corrections Process

Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor Special Requirement: Field trips required. 15636 A LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am

CRJ 121

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Adjudication Process

Prereq: CRJ 101 and 103, or permission of instructor 15522 A LEC: W 1:00pm-3:50pm

CRJ 109

Lanoie

Police Process

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Lanoie

Criminology

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; Recomm: CRJ 101 and CRJ 103 15667 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Eisenberg

CRJ 203

Criminal Investigation

Prereq: CRJ 101 and CRJ 105. Recomm: CRJ 103 16055 A LEC: T 1:00pm-3:50pm Maximum 15 students accepted into this class

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Field Experience

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: CRJ 101 and 103, or permission of instructor 16054 A L/F: M 1:00pm-2:00pm Seventy hours of field placement required.

CRJ 219

Credit Courses

EAST

Nieliwocki

Constitutional Criminal Procedure

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: CRJ 101, 103, or permission of instructor. Recomm: POL 101, POL 203, or CRJ 121 LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST 16492 A

Eisenberg

DANCE DAN 101 Introduction to Dance Prereq: None 17173 A

STU: TTh

11:00am-12:15pm

(Offered: Every Fall, January & Summer) 3 cr EAST

Arslanian

DAN 102 Pilates Mat Work

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. STU: TTh 12:30pm-1:20pm EAST 15954 A

Van Dyck

DAN 103 Jazz Dance I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 103. 15593 A STU: TTh 9:00am-10:50am This is a 3 credit course

EAST

Van Dyck

EAST

Van Dyck

DAN 104 Jazz Dance II

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 103, or permission of instructor 16948 A STU: TTh 9:00am-10:50am

DAN 107 Ballet I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 107. STU: MWF 9:00am-10:20am 15594 A This is a 3 credit course.

EAST

Sorvino

DAN 108 Ballet II

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 107, or permission of instructor STU: MWF 9:00am-10:20am 16576 A

EAST

Sorvino

DAN 111 Modern Dance I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 111. 15598 A STU: MWF 10:30am-11:50am This is a 3 credit course

EAST

Sorvino

DAN 112 Modern Dance II Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 111, or permission of instructor 15599 A STU: MWF 10:30am-11:50am

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Sorvino

DAN 116 Middle Eastern Dance I * Prereq: None NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 116. 15622 A STU: MW 1:00pm-2:50pm This is a 3 credit course

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Arslanian

DAN 117 Middle Eastern Dance II * Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 116, or permission of instructor 15655 A STU: MW 1:00pm-2:50pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Arslanian

DAN 183 Ballroom Dance: American Smooth Style

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 1 cr

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Lightweight shoes with non-skid soles. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. 16813 2 STU: M 6:00pm-8:00pm EAST Course meets 1/28-3/11

Fox

DAN 184 Ballroom Dance: latin Style

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 1 cr

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Lightweight shoes with non-skid soles. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. 16814 2 STU: M 6:00pm-8:00pm EAST Course meets 3/25-5/13

Fox

DAN 201 Dance Repertory Group: Mixed Company

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: Open to students by audition or permission of Dance Program Coordinator. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in a dance studio course. NOTE: The course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. 16489 A STU: T 2:00pm-4:50pm EAST Arslanian

DAN 203 Jazz Dance III

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: DAN 104, or permission of instructor 16949 A STU: TTh 9:00am-10:50am

EAST

Van Dyck

EAST

Sorvino

DAN 207 Ballet III

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: DAN 108, or permission of instructor 16577 A STU: MWF 9:00am-10:20am

DAN 211 Modern Dance III Prereq: DAN 112, or permission of instructor 15656 A STU: MWF 10:30am-11:50am

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Sorvino

DAN 216 Middle Eastern Dance III * Prereq: DAN 117, or permission of instructor 16520 A STU: MW 1:00pm-2:50pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Arslanian

DAN 217 Middle Eastern Dance Iv * Prereq: DAN 216, or permission of instructor 16551 A STU: MW 1:00pm-2:50pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

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ECONOMICS ECO 101

Principles of Macroeconomics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 105 (095), or satisfactory placement test scores 17005 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Simmons Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street 15550 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Simmons

ECO 102 Prereq: ENG 15551 15552 17191

ECO 113

Principles of Microeconomics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 105, or satisfactory placement test scores A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:15am EAST Field B LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST Field C DIS: ONLINE Simmons This is an online course wtih no on-campus meetings. Email simmonst@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.

Environmental Economics

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST 16789 A

ECO 212

Field

Economics of tourism

Prereq: MAT 105; BUS 112 or ECO 101 or ECO 102 17196 A LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm

(Offered: ) 3 cr EAST

Simmons

EDUCATION EDu 101

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores DIS: ONLINE Sartz 17150 2 This is an online class with no on campus meetings For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. or email sartzc@gcc.mass.edu

EDu 111

Introduction to Special Education

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17169 A LEC: F 1:00pm-3:50pm EAST

EDu 112

Early Childhood Special Education

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST 16908 A

EDu 121

TBA Finnegan

Reading and language for the young Child

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16793 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA 17200 13 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Audette This class is reserved for students already in the Early Education and OST workforce who submitt and application to the Western Mass E.P.S. program via Kim Audette, Education Department, x1270 or audettek@gcc.mass.edu. Special consideration will be given to ECE, LEC and LEO students as space permits. Register through Kim Audette only

EDu 201

Early Childhood Curriculum

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: EDU 101 or permission of instructor 17151 2 DIS: ONLINE Roth This is an online class with no oncampus meetings. For more information go to http://online.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. or email roth@gcc.mass.edu 15549 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Roth

EDu 205

Philosophy of Education

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 15633 A LEC: TTh

EDu 216

2:00pm-3:15pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Finnegan

Student teaching II

(Offered: Every Spring) 6 cr

Prereq: EDU 215 or permission of instructor 16046 A HYB: Th 3:30pm-5:45pm EAST Roth FLD: MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm Field Work begins after first lecture on Thur. 1/31. This is a hybrid course with class meetings: 1/31, 2/21, 3/7, 3/14, 3/28, 4/11, 4/28, 5/9

EMERGENCY MEDICAL/PARAMEDIC EMS 101

Emergency Medical technician- Basic

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 6 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15625 2 L/L: MW 6:00pm-10:00pm EAST Garvey Course will meet on some Saturdays throughout the semester. Please note; there is an additional $50.00 equipment fee.

EMS 202

Pharmacology

(Offered: Every January) 2 cr

Prereq: Successful completion of EMS 105 or permission of instructor 15623 1 L/L: TTh 5:00pm-9:30pm EAST Course meets on some Saturdays - TBA course meets Jan 3 - Jan 24, 2012 16807 3 L/L: MW 5:30pm-10:00pm OTHER Course meets on some Saturdays-TBA. Course meets 1/2-1/23 at STCC.

EMS 203

Ruff TBA

Management of Medical and Shock-trauma Emergencies

(Offered: Every Spring) 8 cr

Prereq: Successful completion of EMS 202 or permission of instructor 15624 2 L/L: TTh 5:00pm-9:30pm EAST Ruff Course meets on some Saturdays to be announced Class runs 1/25/13 - 5/11/13 16806 4 L/L: MW 5:00pm-10:00pm OTHER Ruff Course meets on some Saturdays- TBA. Course meets one Sunday- TBA. Class runs 1/25-5/12 at STCC. students will be assigned a section by the professor.

EMS 212

Paramedic Fieldwork Internships II

(Offered: Every Summer) 2 cr

Prereq: Successful Completion of EMS 211 16059 1 CLN: FIELD Meeting times by arrangement of the instructor. Course meets 1/2/2013 - 6/1/2013

O'Brien

ENGINEERING EGR 100

Engineering Culture

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Open to Engineering majors only. NOTE: Students may repeat this course without limit. 16809 A STU: F 12:00pm-12:50pm

EGR 105

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 0 cr

MAIN

Johnson

Introduction to Engineering, Science, technology, and Society

(Offered: Every Fall) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 107 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College Level Math placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: Any 3-credit course coded ANT, ECO, EVS, HSV, POL, PSJ, PSY, or SOC NOTE: Students may earn credit for EGR 105 or SCI 105 but not both. 16991 2 L/L: TTh 5:15pm-8:00pm MAIN Ehmann

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For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog EGR 107

Engineering Graphics

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 105, or satisfactory placement test scores 16476 A L/L: TTh 12:30pm-3:20pm MAIN

EGR 205

Statics

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT 201, PHY 111 LEC: TTh 16613 A

EGR 210

3:45pm-5:00pm

Ehmann

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr MAIN

Jackson

Circuit Analysis II

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: EGR 211 with a grade of C or better. 16986 A LEC: TTh 2:30pm-5:00pm

EGR 213

MAIN

thermodynamics

Prereq: MAT 202, PHY 112; Recomm: MAT 203 LEC: MW 3:45pm-5:00pm 17152 A

EGR 212

Ehmann

OTHER

Jackson

OTHER

TBA

Statistics for Engineering

Prereq: MAT 202 LEC: TTh 16987 A Class meets at HCC.

3:00pm-5:30pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

ENGLISH ENG 090

College Writing Strategies

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: None 16972 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-9:50pm MAIN TBA 15663 A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Ruiz 15664 B LEC: TTh 12:00pm-1:40pm MAIN Barnes This is an accelerated course and students in this section of ENG 090 must also register for ENG 101 D and have tested out of ENG 094. 15665 C LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:40pm MAIN Ram 16553 D LEC: WF 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Monahan This is an accelerated course and students in this section of ENG 090 must also have registed for ENG 101 L and have tested out of ENG 094. 17154 E LEC: TTh 9:00am-10:40am MAIN Ram

ENG 094 Prereq: None NOTE: Credit 16990 16950 16951 16952 16953

ENG 101

College Reading Strategies may be granted for COL 2 LEC: W A LEC: WF B LEC: MW C LEC: TTh D LEC: TTh Currently Closed

090 or ENG 094, but not for both. 6:00pm-9:50pm 8:00am-9:40am 8:00am-9:40am 1:00pm-2:40pm 12:00pm-1:40pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN

TBA Barnes TBA Kelly TBA

English Composition I: Expository Writing

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105. 15592 1 LEC: MTWThF 8:00am-11:50am MAIN Kearns Class meets 1/3 - 1/23. No class 1/21. Theme: "The Natural World: Perspectives and Problems" 15581 2 LEC: W 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Monahan 15612 A LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Ram 15634 B LEC: MF 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Ram 16494 C LEC: TTh 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Barnes 17206 D LEC: TTh 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Barnes Students in this section of ENG 101 must also be registered for ENG 090 B. 15583 E LEC: TTh 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Herstad 16701 F LEC: TTh 10:00am-11:40am MAIN TBA 16702 G LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:40am MAIN Kearns 15584 H LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:40pm MAIN Kearns Theme: "The Natural World: Perspective and Problems" 16700 I LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:40pm MAIN Herstad 15582 J LEC: WF 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Barnes 17207 K LEC: WF 8:00am-9:40am MAIN Monahan 17208 L LEC: WF 8:00am-9:40am MAIN Monahan Students in this section of ENG 101 must also be registered for ENG 090 D.

ENG 103

English Composition I: Purposes and technique of Prose

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105. 16695 2 DIS: ONLINE TBA This is a online course. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 16955 14 LEC: T 6:00pm-9:50pm SMCOL TBA Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street

ENG 105

English Composition I: the Impact of language

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105. 16495 A LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:40pm MAIN Poulin 16696 B DIS: ONLINE Poulin This is an online course. There is one optional on-campus meeting Jan. 29 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm in N314. Students should email: poulin@gcc.mass.edu or call Steve Poulin at: 413.775.1233. For more informaion go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.

ENG 112

English Composition II: Exploring literature

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116. 15684 1 LEC: MTWThF 8:00am-11:50am MAIN Monahan Class meets 1/3 - 1/23. No class 1/21. 16697 2 LEC: Th 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN TBA 17215 4 DIS: ONLINE Monahan This is an online course. Students should email: monahan@gcc.mass.edu or call Christine Monahan at: 413.775.1273. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.. 15585 A LEC: WF 10:00am-11:40am MAIN TBA Currently Closed 15587 B LEC: MW 8:00am-9:40am MAIN TBA 15588 C LEC: WF 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Herstad 16475 D LEC: TTh 12:00pm-1:40pm MAIN Ruiz 16743 E LEC: TTh 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Ruiz

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Credit Courses ENG 114

For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog

English Composition II: literature and Creative Writing

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116. 16974 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-9:50pm MAIN TBA 16477 4 DIS: ONLINE Kearns This is an online class. Students should email: kearnst@gcc.mass.edu or phone Trevor Kearns at: 413.775.1264. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/onlinecourses.. 16554 14 LEC: T 6:00pm-9:50pm SMCOL TBA Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street. 16812 B LEC: MF 10:00am-11:40am MAIN TBA

ENG 116

English Composition II: Analysis of literature and Film

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116. LEC: T 6:00pm-9:50pm MAIN 16698 2 LEC: F 1:00pm-4:40pm MAIN 16479 A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:40am MAIN 15589 B LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN 15590 C

ENG 203

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr (Offered: Periodically) 3 cr 10:00am-11:15am

MAIN

Herstad

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr 5:30pm-8:00pm

MAIN

Barnes

8:00am-9:15am

MAIN

Ruiz

Shakespeare

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 15591 A LEC: MW

ENG 241

Poulin

Ethnic literature *

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 17157 2 LEC: M

ENG 221

MAIN

Creative Nonfiction

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 LEC: WF 16784 A

ENG 219

TBA

British literature II

Prereq: ENG 112, ENG 114 or ENG 116 15674 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm

ENG 210

Poulin TBA Hayes Hayes

American literature I

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL 16704 14 Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street

ENG 206

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Survey of Children's literature

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 16705 A DIS: ONLINE Kearns This is an online course. Students should email: kearnst@gcc.mass.edu or call Trevor Kearns at: 413.775.1264. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/onlinecourses..

ENG 243

Modern Poetry

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 16957 A LEC: TTh

ENG 247

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr 12:30pm-1:45pm

MAIN

Hayes

Women in literature I *

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 17156 A DIS: ONLINE Monahan This is an online course. Students should e-mail: monahan@gcc.mass.edu or call Christine Monahan at: 413.775.1273. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distanceed/online-courses..

ENG 261

the Short Story

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 16790 1 LEC: MTWThF 9:00am-11:50am Course meets 1/3-1/23. No class 1/21.

MAIN

Poulin

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES ESl 103

Written English-Intermediate level

Prereq: ESL 102 or placement by examination 15600 A LAB: TTh 12:30pm-1:30pm L/L: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm

ESl 104

9:30am-10:45am 12:30pm-1:30pm

Olin

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Olin

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Carpenter

(Offered: Periodically) 2 cr MAIN

TBA

(Offered: Periodically) 1 cr MAIN

Olin

MAIN

Haigis

Spoken English-Intermediate level

Prereq: ESL 112 or placement by examination 17188 2 LEC: M 5:00pm-7:50pm

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MAIN

ESl Computer training

Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 103 or permission of instructor 16706 A LEC: F 12:00pm-2:00pm This is a late start course. Course starts 3/1 and ends 4/19.

ESl 113

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Intermediate Grammar Review

Prereq: ESL 107 or permission of instructor 17209 10 LEC: S 9:00am-11:00am

ESl 110

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

American English Grammar in use

Prereq: ESL 107 or placement by examination 15603 A LAB: TTh 12:30pm-1:30pm L/L: TTh 9:30am-10:45am

ESl 109

TBA

American English Grammar in Context

Prereq: ESL 106 or placement by examination 15602 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am LAB: TTh 12:30pm-1:30pm

ESl 108

MAIN

English Grammar-Advanced Beginners

Prereq: Placement by examination 16780 A LEC: TTh LAB: TTh

ESl 107

TBA

Written English-Advanced level

Prereq: ESL 103 or placement by examination 15601 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm LAB: TTh 12:30pm-1:30pm

ESl 106

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Greenfield Community College


For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog ESl 118

Advanced ESOl Grammar

Prereq: ESL 104, or ESL 108, or permission of instructor 16500 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am LAB: TTh 12:30pm-1:30pm

ESl 119

Credit Courses (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

MAIN

Carpenter

English at Work

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

="Prereq: For students whose native language is not English. Intermediate level of English proficiency determined by ESOL placement examination. Contact ESOL Program Coordinator. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 110 or CIS 110 or basic proficiency in LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Carpenter 16781 A

ESl 123

Reading and vocabulary-Intermediate level

Prereq: ESL 122 or placement by examination LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am 15604 A 9:00am-9:50am LAB: MW

ESl 124

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Carpenter

Reading and vocabulary-high Intermediate

Prereq: ESL 123 or placement by examination 15605 A LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am LAB: MW 9:00am-9:50am

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Carpenter

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES EvS 101

Environmental Studies: Issues in Sustainability

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for HEC 101 or EVS 101, but not for both. 17167 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. 16709 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST

EvS 121

TBA

Gender and the Environment

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for HEC 121 or EVS 121, but not for both. 16710 2 LEC: Th 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST

EvS 151

TBA

Steward

youth, Culture and Rites of Passage in Contemporary America

(Offered: Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Students must be 18 to register for this course. NOTE: Course graded credit/no credit. Credit can be granted for EVS 151 or HEC 151, but not for both. 16712 10 LEC: T 4:00pm-5:50pm EAST Buell Course meets from 4:00-5:50pm on Tue 4/23 in E114A; and from 9am Sat 4/27 to 4pm Sun 4/28 in the field.

EvS 152

Sustainable Agriculture: Organic Gardening

(Offered: Periodically) 1 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: Course graded credit/no credit. Credit can be granted for EVS 152 or HEC 152, but not for both. 16713 10 L/F: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA L/F: U 9:00am-3:00pm Course meets from 6-8:50pm on Thur, 4/18, in S341 and from 9am - 3pm on Sundays 4/21 and May 5 in the field.

EvS 153

Ancient Wilderness living Skills

(Offered: Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Students must be 18 to register for this course. NOTE: Course graded credit/no credit. Credit can be granted for EVS 153 or HEC 153, but not for both. 16714 10 L/F: W 4:00pm-4:50pm EAST Korby Course meets from 4:00-4:50pm on Wed 4/3 and 4/10 in E123; and from 9am Sat 4/13 to 4pm Sun 4/14 in the field.

EvS 204

Environmental Justice

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: Any 3-credit course coded ANT, ECO, EVS, HSV, POL, PSJ, PSY, or SOC; Recomm: PSJ 101 or EVS 101 16802 A LEC: F 1:00pm-3:50pm EAST Steward

FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY FSt 101

Introduction to Fire Protection

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16945 2 DIS: ONLINE Greene This is an online course. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. or email the instructor at greenej@gcc.mass.edu

FSt 113

Fire hydraulics

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090) and MAT 105 (095), or satisfactory placement test scores. 17201 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Stromgren

FSt 201

Fire Protection Systems and Equipment I

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17202 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST

FSt 206

Nichols

legal Aspects of Fire Protection

Prereq: FST 101 or permission of instructor or program coordinator 17203 A LEC: T 3:00pm-3:50pm

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr EAST

Godin

MAIN

Steadman-Ball

FRENCH FRE 101

Elementary French I

Prereq: None 16655 A

FRE 112

LEC: MF LAB: W

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr 10:00am-11:40am 10:00am-10:50am

French Skills Practice II

Prereq: FRE 102 or equivalent 17217 1 LEC: MTWThF 9:00am-12:00pm

FRE 201

MAIN

Gifford

Intermediate French I

Prereq: FRE 102 or equivalent. 16656 A LEC: W LEC: M

FRE 257

(Offered: Every January) 2 cr

1:00pm-2:50pm 1:00pm-2:30pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr MAIN

Gifford

French Film and language II

Prereq: FRE 202 or equivalent NOTE: This course and FRE 255 are not sequential; they may be taken in either order. 17186 A LEC: TTh 3:30pm-4:45pm MAIN

www.gcc.mass.edu

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr Gifford

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Credit Courses

For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog

GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES GWS 115 Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies *

(Offered: Every Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 17176 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST

Wiley

GEOGRAPHY GGy 101

Introduction to Geography

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores DIS: ONLINE Lally 16819 1 This is an online course. Course runs from 1/3-1/23. Students should e-mail: lallymichael@gcc.mass.edu or phone Michael Lally at: 413.775.1269. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.. DIS: ONLINE Lally 16963 2 This is an online course. Students should email: lallymichael@gcc.mass.edu or phone Michael Lally at: 413.775.1269. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.. 4 DIS: ONLINE Lally 16964 This is an online course. Students should email: lallymichael@gcc.mass.edu or phone Michael Lally at: 413.775.1269. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses..

GEOLOGY GEO 102

historical Geology

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for GEO 102 or GEO 103, but not for both. L/L: TTh 11:00am-1:50pm MAIN 15652 A

GEO 104

Little

Introduction to Oceanography

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for GEO 104 or GEO 105 but not for both. 15534 A LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN LAB: F 1:00pm-2:50pm

McLain

HEALTH SCIENCE hSC 101

Introduction to Patient Care Skills

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: None 16808 A LEC: TTh 1:00pm-2:50pm EAST Course meets in room E114B for first class then shares between E114B and 118.

hSC 127 Prereq: None 16939 16940 16941 17219

TBA

Survey of health Careers 2 A B C

LEC: Th LEC: TTh LEC: TTh LEC: F

6:00pm-8:50pm 11:00am-12:15pm 8:00am-9:15am 9:00am-11:50am

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr EAST EAST EAST EAST

Luzzi Luzzi Dodge Dodge

HISTORY hIS 101

Western Civilization to 1500 A.D.

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16776 A LEC: MW 8:00am-9:15am MAIN

hIS 102

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15541 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Focus on modern revolutions with a non-traditional componet.

hIS 105

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

(Offered: Every Fall & Summer) 3 cr

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr Afesi

Introduction to Modern Africa *

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16663 A LEC: M 3:00pm-5:50pm MAIN

hIS 131

Afesi Afesi

history of African-American Peoples *

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17204 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street

hIS 129

Blagg Afesi Afesi

history of the American People Since 1865

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for HIS 106 or 108 but not for both. 15548 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN 16589 B LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN

hIS 127

Cox

history of the American People to 1865

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Credit can be granted for HIS 105 or 107 but not for both. 17164 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN 15546 A LEC: MW 10:30am-11:45am MAIN 15654 B LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN

hIS 106

Sherter

Western Civilization Since 1500 A.D.

Afesi

Women in American history *

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16056 2 LEC: T 4:00pm-6:50pm MAIN

Hayes

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT huD 114 College Success

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: None 16930 A LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:25am MAIN O'Hearn This late start section meets 2/5-5/21. 16583 B LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Luzzi 16931 C LEC: MW 2:30pm-3:45pm MAIN Caffery 17214 Z LEC: MW 10:30am-11:45am MAIN Freeland Section for Women in Transition. Registration requires signature of J. Raper or R. Freeland.

huD 117 Managing Stress Prereq: None 15606 A LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am Course meets 1/29 - 4/9.

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(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 2 cr EAST

McGowan

Greenfield Community College


For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog huD 122 Practicum in Governance

Credit Courses (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: Must be currently enrolled in GCC, must have completed one academic semester at GCC, and must be appointed in the manner required by the GCC Assembly Bylaws. NOTE: Students receive one credit per semester upon successful completion of the course. Students may repeat this course two times, for a maximum total of three credits. GCC waives tuition and fees for this course. 16865 A PRA: EAST Eisenberg

huD 131 Student Ambassador

(Offered: ) 1 cr

Prereq: Must submit a completed student ambassador application, have a minimum of a 2.5 cummulative GPA, and have completed a minimum of 12 credits at GCC. Recomm: Student plans to continue at GCC for at least one more academic year. LEC: W 2:00pm-3:00pm MAIN Hudgik/ Coskran 17211 A Registration requires signature of S. Coskran or M. Hudgik.

HUMAN SERVICES hSv 101

Introduction to human Services

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16954 2 DIS: ONLINE Brown This is an online class witn no on-campus meetings For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15621 A LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST TBA

hSv 215

Counseling Skills

Prereq: HSV 115 15556 A

hSv 271

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

LEC: TTh

9:30am-10:45am

EAST

Jenks

Practicum in human Services

Prereq: HSV 215 (or concurrent enrollment) 15596 A LEC: W 1:00pm-3:00pm One hundred hours practicum required.

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr EAST

Jenks

HUMANITIES huM 108 Introduction to topics in humanities

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores, or concurrent enrollment 17121 Z LEC: MW 12:00pm-2:30pm OTHER TBA Course is reserved for Clemente 101, The Care Center, Holyoke. Course meets at The Care Center, 247 Cabot Street, Holyoke. Anita Gallers is the approval contact: agallers@yahoo.com. Course runs 3/4-5/22.

huM 110 Media literacy: the World of Advertising Prereq: None 15957 2

LEC: Th

4:00pm-4:50pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr MAIN

Ruiz

huM 150 the lively Arts *

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15735 2 LEC: W 4:50pm-7:15pm OTHER TBA Course meets Wednesdays at UMass, Amherst beginning 1/25 from 6:00-7:15 in Bezanson Recital Hall. Discussion section meets before lecture from 4:50-5:40 in Room 155, Fine Arts Center. 15736 4 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:15pm OTHER TBA Course meets Wednesdays at UMass, Amherst beginning 1/25 from 6:00-7:15 in Bezanson Recital Hall. Discussion section meets after lecture from 7:25-8:15 Room 155, Fine Arts Center.

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IDS 108

Mathematics for Medical Dosage Calculations

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT 105 or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic Placement test and a score of 61 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. NOTE: Credit can be granted for IDS 110 or IDS 108, but not for both. 16810 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Burrill

LATIN lAt 102

Elementary latin II

Prereq: LAT 101 or equivalent 15660 A LEC: TTh

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr 12:30pm-2:10pm

MAIN

Cox

LEISURE EDUCATION lED 156

Principles of Weight training

Prereq: None 15668 A LEC: MW Course meets 1/30-3/13.

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

2:00pm-3:15pm

EAST

Roy

12:00pm-12:50pm

EAST

TBA

Prereq: LED 157 or permission of instructor and a cardiovascular evaluation 15561 A LEC: MWF 12:00pm-12:50pm EAST Course meets 3/25-5/15.

TBA

lED 157

Aerobics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: None 15559 A LEC: MWF Course meets 1/25-3/15.

lED 158

lED 161

Advanced Aerobics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Golf

(Offered: Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: None 16967 A

LEC: TTh 2:00pm-2:50pm LEC: TTh 2:00pm-5:30pm Class meets 3/26 to 5/7 Class meets 5/9 and 5/14.

lED 162

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr EAST

Roy

Introductory tae kwon Do I (karate)

Prereq: None 15562 A LEC: MWF Course meets 1/25-3/15.

lED 168

Roy

Principles of Weight training II

Prereq: LED 156 or permission of instructor 16821 A LEC: MW 2:00pm-3:15pm Class meets 3/25-5/15

lED 167

EAST

8:00am-8:50am

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr EAST

Pearson

Introductory tae kwon Do II (karate)

Prereq: LED 167 or permission of instructor 15563 A LEC: MWF 8:00am-8:50am Course meets 3/25-5/15.

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr EAST

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Credit Courses lED 170

Gentle yoga

Prereq: None 16487 A 16588 B

lED 171

STU: W STU: F

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr 3:00pm-4:30pm 1:00pm-2:30pm

EAST EAST

Ahlstrom Ahlstrom

yoga

Prereq: None 16488 A

lED 172

For full credit course descriptions see pages 30–46 or www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr STU: M

3:00pm-4:30pm

EAST

Ahlstrom

Self-Defense for Women

Prereq: For women only LEC: Th 15686 2

4:00pm-6:05pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 2 cr EAST

Williams

MATHEMATICS MAt 090

Basic Mathematics Skills

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill associate degree credit requirements; final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. LEC: T 5:30pm-8:20pm MAIN Howard 15641 2 LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am MAIN Burrill 15642 A This course will use MyMathLab. Access to a high speed Internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of MyMathLab. LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Keenan 15643 B STU: TTh 9:00am-9:29am MAIN TBA 15644 C 9:30am-10:45am LEC: TTh This is a self-paced section. Traditional lectures are replaced by individual & small group work with instructor assistance as needed. Studio time 9:00-9:29 is optional. This course will use MyMathLab. Access to a high speed internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of MyMathLab. LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Magee 15661 D LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Keenan 16678 E LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN TBA 16679 F This course will use MyMathLab. Access to a high speed internet connection nis highly recommended for optimal use of MyMathLab. LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:15am MAIN TBA 16791 G

MAt 094

Preparatory Course for Algebra

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT090 or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test; ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score or concurrent enrollment. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill associate degree credit requirements. Final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Beebe 15688 A 17107 B LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN TBA Currently Closed.

MAt 105

Introductory Algebra

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT 090 or a score of 67 or higher on Arithmetic placement test; ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: If you've never been successful in or it has been decades since you studied introductory algebra or if you received a C or C- in MAT 090, then consider taking MAT 094 before taking MAT 105. NOTE: The course grants elective credits, which may not transfer to another institution. The course does not satisfy requirements for college level mathematics at any institution. A final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. 16944 2 LEC: W 6:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Beebe 16538 4 LEC: W 6:30pm-9:20pm MAIN TBA Currently Closed. 16539 A LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Gokey 16540 B LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Gokey 16541 C LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am MAIN TBA 16542 D STU: TTh 9:00am-9:29am MAIN TBA LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am This is a self-paced section. Traditional lectures are replaced by individual & small group work with instructor assistance as needed. Studio time 9:00-9:29 is optional. This course will use MyMathLab. Access to a high speed internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of MyMathLab. 16543 E LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Gokey 16736 F LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Gokey 16741 G LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:15am MAIN Ehmann 16792 H LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN TBA Currently Closed.

MAt 106

Intermediate Algebra

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 61 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score, or concurrent enrollment; ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score. NOTE: The course grants elective credits, which may not transfer to another institution. This course does not satisfy requirement for college level mathematics at any institution. A final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. 16544 2 LEC: TTh 6:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Lucas 17153 4 DIS: W 4:00pm-5:00pm MAIN TBA This is an online course with one optional info session on Wed Jan 30 from 4-5pm. Midterm and final exams must be taken by appointment on campus or at a remotely proctored site arranged by the student but with the approval of the instructor. For more information, go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. or email the instructor 16545 A STU: MWF 8:00am-8:30am MAIN TBA LEC: MWF 8:40am-9:50am Studio time 8:00-8:30am is optional. 16546 B LEC: MW 10:40am-11:50am MAIN TBA Currently Closed. 16547 C LEC: MWF 1:00pm-2:10pm MAIN Winokur 16680 D LEC: TTh 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Shannon 16689 E LEC: TTh 12:00pm-1:40pm MAIN Shannon 16681 F LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:40am MAIN TBA Currently Closed.

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College Algebra

Credit Courses (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 106 (096); or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 91 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 15543 2 LEC: MW 5:30pm-7:20pm MAIN Worth/Cavanaugh This course will use WebAssign. Access to a high speed internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of WebAssign. 16794 4 DIS: Th 4:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Worth This is an online class with one optional info session on Thur 1/31 from 4-5pm. Two midterms and the final exam must be taken by appointment on campus or at a remotely proctored site arranged by the student but with the approval of the instructor. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15542 A LEC: MWF 8:40am-9:50am MAIN Rees This course will use WebAssign. Access to a high speed Internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of WebAssign. 15544 B STU: MWF 10:00am-10:30am MAIN TBA LEC: MWF 10:40am-11:50am Studio time 10 - 10:30 is optional. This course will use Web Assign. Access to a high speed Internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of WebAssign. 16735 C LEC: MWF 1:00pm-2:10pm MAIN Worth This course will use WebAssign. Access to a highspeed Internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of WebAssign.

MAt 108

Precalculus

(Offered: Every Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College Level Math placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. LEC: MW 6:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Lucas 15545 2 STU: MWF 10:00am-10:30am MAIN TBA 15547 A 10:40am-11:50am LEC: MWF Studio time 10:00-10:30 is optional.

MAt 114

Introduction to Statistics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 106 (096) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 91 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. LEC: MW 6:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Indurkhya 15646 2 Class REQUIRES use of a computer. STU: MWF 10:10am-10:39am MAIN Burrill 15597 A 10:40am-11:50am LEC: MWF Class REQUIRES use of a computer. Studio time 10:10 - 10:39 is optional.

MAt 116

Mathematics for Early Childhood and Elementary Educators

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 72 or higher on the Algebra placement test; must be an Early Childhood Education or Liberal Arts/Education Option major or have permission from a full-time math or education faculty person; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 16682 2 LEC: MW 5:00pm-6:40pm MAIN TBA

MAt 117

Mathematical Problem Solving

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 72 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 15689 2 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Abraham 15628 4 DIS: T 4:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Worth This is an online class with one optional info session on T 1/29 from 4:00-5:00pm. Midterm and final exams must be taken either by appointment on campus or at a remotely proctored site arranged by the student but with approval of the instructor. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15553 A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:15am MAIN Worth This course will use MyMathLab. Access to a high speed Internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of MyMathLab. 15554 B LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN TBA Currently Closed. 16683 C LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Worth This course will use MyMathLab. Access to a high speed Internet connection is highly recommended for optimal use of MyMathLab

MAt 151

Applied Calculus I

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College Level Math placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 16051 A LEC: MWF 1:00pm-2:10pm MAIN McGuigan

MAt 202

Calculus with Analytic Geometry II

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 201; ENG 090 or ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 15555 A STU: MWF 8:00am-8:30am MAIN Winokur LEC: MWF 8:40am-9:50am Studio time 8:00 - 8:30 is optional.

MAt 204

Elementary Differential Equations

(Offered: Periodically) 4 cr

Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 203; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. 17155 A LEC: MWF 8:40am-9:50am MAIN Worth

MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT MOM 110 Introduction to Medical terminology

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16921 2 LEC: W 6:30pm-9:20pm EAST Dodge 16922 4 DIS: M 6:00pm-7:45pm Dodge This is an online class with one optional info session on Mon, 1/28. Email dodge@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 16925 A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:15am MAIN Gaspard

MOM 120 Introduction to Medical Coding Prereq: ADM 122 or MOM 110 or permission of instructor 16924 A LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

TBA

MUSIC MuS 103

Music theory Fundamentals

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15662 A LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am MAIN

MuS 107

Cunningham

Music theory I

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor 15618 A LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am

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Chorus

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 8 credits. STU: TTh 9:30am-10:45am MAIN 15578 A

MuS 137

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN 17178 A

MuS 138

Heins

World Music and Cultures * Shippee

Creative Musicianship

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 2 credit Applied Music Lessons. Non-music majors need permission of instructor NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of 2 credits. 17177 A LEC: W 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Shippee

MuS 139

Contemporary Music Ensemble

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: Permission of instructor or Program Coordinator; basic instrumental or vocal proficiency; the ability to read and play chord changes NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 8 credits. 17175 A STU: W 3:00pm-5:30pm MAIN TBA

MuS 140

vocal Jazz Ensemble

(Offered: ) 2 cr

Prereq: None Recomm: Vocalists need basic vocal proficiency, instrumentalists need advanced proficiency; All students need permission of instructor or Department Chair. NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 8 credits. STU: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Shippee 17212 A

MuS 147

Aural Skills I

(Offered: Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in MUS 107 15685 A LAB: M 11:00am-11:50am MAIN

MuS 221

Cunningham

Audio Recording and Production I

Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor. 16603 A LEC: Th 2:30pm-5:00pm LEC: Th 2:00pm-6:00pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Shippee

APPLIED MUSIC Individual instruction on a wide variety of western instruments, as well as some non-western instruments. Individual instruction is also available for music technology and computers (i.e. midi/computer notation), but not as a primary instrument for music majors. These are college level, letter-graded courses that require student commitment to study and practice. MUS 130 is a 1 credit course in which students and instructors meet for one-half hour per week. MUS 230 is a 2 credit course in which students and instructors meet for one hour per week. The music department assigns instructors to students prior to or during the first week of each semester. Students intending to take lessons should contact the music program coordinator at (413) 775-1228 prior to or not later than the first week of classes each semester. A studio instructor fee is charged for lessons and is non-refundable after the college deadline. Lesson fees are covered by financial aid like any other course fees. Students interested in music and technology may consider attending periodic music keyboard/computer tutoring sessions in the MAC lab. The music department also offers a variety of workshops and master classes on a regular basis. Questions regarding music faculty and lessons should be addressed to the GCC Music Department Coordinator at (413) 775-1228. Questions regarding registration, payment or refund of fees, or course withdrawal should be addressed to the Registrar’s Office at Student Services, (413) 775-1801.

MuS 130

Applied Music

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: None NOTE: There is a charge for a studio instructor fee in addition to tuition. Students may repeat this course without limit. See college course catalog for details. Students can register for only one section of MUS 130 per semester. 15693 A STU: Violin MAIN 15694 B STU: Cello MAIN 15695 C STU: Accoustic/Electric Bass MAIN 15696 D STU: Acoustic/Electric Guitar MAIN 15697 E STU: Clarinet MAIN 15698 F STU: Saxophone MAIN 15699 G STU: Flute MAIN 15700 H STU: Trombone MAIN 15701 I STU: French Horn MAIN 15702 J STU: Trumpet MAIN 15703 K STU: Tuba MAIN 15704 L STU: Piano MAIN 15705 M STU: Drum Kit MAIN 15706 N STU: Hand Drums MAIN 15707 O STU: Voice MAIN 15708 P STU: Music Technology MAIN 15709 Q STU: Mandolin MAIN 15710 R STU: Other MAIN

MuS 230

Applied Music 2-credit

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: None. Recomm: concurrent enrollment in MUS 231 NOTE: There is a charge for a studio instructor fee in addition to tuition. Students may repeat this course without limit. See college course catalog for details. Students can register for only one section of MUS 230 per semester. 15711 A STU: Violin MAIN 15712 B STU: Cello MAIN 15713 C STU: Accoustic/Electric Bass MAIN 15714 D STU: Acoustic/Electric Guitar MAIN 15715 E STU: Clarinet MAIN 15716 F STU: Saxophone MAIN 15717 G STU: Flute MAIN 15718 H STU: Trombone MAIN 15719 I STU: French Horn MAIN 15720 J STU: Trumpet MAIN 15721 K STU: Tuba MAIN 15722 L STU: Piano MAIN 15723 M STU: Drum Kit MAIN 15724 N STU: Hand Drums MAIN 15725 O STU: Voice MAIN 15726 P STU: Music Technology MAIN 15727 Q STU: Mandolin MAIN 15728 R STU: Other MAIN

MuS 231

Recital Participation

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 0 cr

Prereq: Non-music majors need permission of Music Program Coordinator; concurrent enrollment in MUS 230 for music majors NOTE: Students may repeat this course without limit. 15729 A LEC: MAIN Shippee

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Credit Courses

NURSING NuR 105

Practical Nursing Practicum

Prereq: NUR 103; BIO 117 or BIO 194; PSY 101 15579 1 CLN: MTWTh 8:00am-3:30pm Course meets 1/4/13-1/24/13 15959 3 CLN: MTWTh 2:00pm-9:30pm Course meets 1/4/13 through 1/25/13

NuR 106

(Offered: Every January) 2 cr OTHER

Forcier/Wahl/Klien

OTHER

Forcier/Wahl/Klien

Pediatric Nursing

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 108 LEC: F 9:00am-11:00am EAST Ducharme 15671 A 8:00am-12:00pm L/L: Th Students must also register for NUR 106C

NuR 106C Pediatric Nursing Clinical

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 108 CLN: T 8:00am-3:00pm CLINIC Ducharme 15682 A Course runs from 2/5/13-3/12/13. Students must also register for Nur 106 A. CLN: T 8:00am-3:00pm CLINIC TBA 15683 B Course runs from 3/26/13-5/7/13. Students must also register for NUR 106 B. CLN: T 8:00am-3:00pm CLINIC TBA 15691 C Course runs from 2/5/13-3/12/13. Students must also register for NUR 106 A D CLN: T 8:00am-3:00pm CLINIC TBA 15692 Course runs from 3/26/13-5/7/13. Students must also register for NUR 106 B.

NuR 107

Nursing Care of Clients and Families

Prereq: NUR 105; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment 15580 A LEC: MTh 8:00am-11:00am LAB: MTh 12:00pm-1:00pm Students must also register for NUR 107C Sect A or B.

(Offered: Every Spring) 10 cr VAHOSP

Forcier/Wahl/Klien Forcier/Wahl

NuR 107C Nursing Care of Clients and Families Clinical Prereq: NUR 105; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment 16498 A CLN: TW 8:00am-3:00pm Students must also register for NUR 107 sect. A 16499 B CLN: TW 8:00am-3:00pm Students must also register for NUR 107 A.

NuR 108

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr OTHER

Wahl

OTHER

Wlostoski

Obstetric Nursing

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; enrollment in PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 106 16060 A LEC: W 12:00pm-4:00pm EAST Craig-Williams LEC: W 9:00am-11:00am Students must also register for section 108C.

NuR 108C Obstetric Nursing Clinical

(Offered: ) 2 cr

Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; enrollment in PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 106 16061 A CLN: TTh 8:00am-12:30pm CLINIC Craig-Williams course meets from 2/15/13-3/12/13. Students must also register for NUR 108 section A. 16062 B CLN: TTh 8:00am-12:30pm CLINIC Phillips Clinical runs from 3/26/13-5/7/13. Students must also register for NUR 108 sec. B 16063 C CLN: TTh 8:00am-12:30pm CLINIC Phillips Clinical runs from 2/5/13-3/12/13. Students must also register for NUR 108 section A 15690 D CLN: TTh 8:00am-12:30pm CLINIC Craig-Williams Clinical runs from 3/26/13-5/7/13. Students must also register for NUR 108 section B.

NuR 109

Advanced Concepts in Practical Nursing

Prereq: NUR 107; PSY 217 16058 A LEC: TWTh 7:00am-3:00pm LEC: MF 8:00am-2:00pm Course runs from 5/16/12-6/22/12.

NuR 111

(Offered: Every Spring) 5 cr VAHOSP

Forcier

Introduction to Nursing Process

(Offered: Periodically) 1 cr

Prereq: Advanced placement into the ADN program with successful score in Excelsior Fundamentals exam; ENG 101, 103, or 105; BIO 195; PSY 101 15666 1 LEC: F 10:00am-11:30am EAST TBA LEC: W 9:30am-12:30pm LEC: F 11:30am-12:30pm Requires Program Coordinator's approval.

NuR 202

Medical-Surgical Nursing II

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: NUR 201, NUR 203, ENG 112, 114, or 116 or concurrent enrollment; any 3- or 4-credit course coded AHS, ART, ASL, DAN, ENG, FLK, FRE, GGY, HIS, HUM, LAT, MUS, PCS, PHI, SPA, or THE (other than ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), 101, 103, 105 112, 114, 116) or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 204. 15730 A LEC: MT 8:30am-10:30am EAST Bell Students must also register for NUR 202C sect A or sect B.

NuR 202C Medical-Surgical Nursing II Clinical

(Offered: Every Spring) 5 cr

Prereq: NUR 201, NUR 203; ENG 112, 114, or 116 or concurrent enrollment; any course with advising code HC or HL or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 204 15731 A CLN: ThF 7:00am-3:00pm CLINIC Bell Students must also register for NUR 202 sect A. 15732 B CLN: WTh 3:00pm-11:00pm CLINIC TBA Students must also register for NUR 202 section A 16935 C CLN: ThF 7:00am-3:00pm CLINIC TBA Section C note: Students must also register for NUR 202 section A. 16936 D CLN: ThF 7:00am-3:00pm CLINIC TBA Section D note: Students must also register for NUR 202 section A. 16937 E CLN: WTh 7:00am-3:00pm CLINIC TBA Section E note: Students must also register for NUR 202 section A. 17159 F CLN: W 7:00am-9:00pm CLINIC TBA Section F note: students must also register for NUR 202 section A.

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trends and Issues in Nursing

Prereq: NUR 203. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 202 15586 A LEC: M 10:45am-2:15pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Craig-Williams

OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP OlP 146

Whitewater kayaking

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112 and OLP 120 16978 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

OlP 147

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr MAIN

Mountaineering and Ice Climbing

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr

Prereq: OLP participants only; successful completion of OLP 111, OLP 120 and OLP 143 L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm MAIN 16979 A

OlP 202

MAIN

Sayers/Paulson

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr MAIN

Paulson

MAIN

Sayers

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr (Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr MAIN

Sayers

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr MAIN

Sayers

Coastal kayak Instructor

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120 16985 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

OlP 239

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Challenge Course Practitioner

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120 16984 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

OlP 238

Sayers/Paulson

Nordic Ski Instructor

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112 and OLP 120 L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm 16983 A

OlP 234

MAIN

River Canoe Instructor

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120 16982 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

OlP 232

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr

Rock Climbing Instructor

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120. L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm 16981 A

OlP 231

Paulson/Sayers

Adventure Program Planning and Fieldwork II

Prereq: OLP Participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120 15614 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

OlP 230

(Offered: Every Spring) 1 cr MAIN

leadership and Group Management II

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 112 15613 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

OlP 216

Sayers/Paulson

Individual Project in Outdoor leadership II

Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 201 L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm 15617 A

OlP 205

Paulson/Sayers

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr MAIN

Sayers/Paulson

MAIN

Sayers/Paulson

Backcountry travel Instructor II

Prereq: OLP participants only; completion of OLP 143 16980 A L/F: MTWThF 9:00am-4:00pm

(Offered: Every Spring) 2 cr

PEACE & SOCIAL JUSTICE PSJ 225

Peacemaking and Sustainability in Practice: Strategies for a Sustainable Future

Prereq: PSJ 101 or EVS 101; Recomm: PSJ101 and EVS 101 Special Requirement: Service Learning component of 21 hours is required. 16497 A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:15am

EAST

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

TBA

PERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS PCS 101

Public Speaking

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment NOTE: Students may receive credit for PCS 101 or PCS 131, but not both. 16493 1 LEC: MTWThF 9:00am-11:50am Course meets 1/3- 1/23. No class 1/21. 16481 A LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am 16482 B LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am 16989 C LEC: TTh 3:30pm-4:45pm 17216 D LEC: F 9:00am-11:50am

PCS 131

MAIN

Ruiz

MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN

Morin Morin Gallagher Berger

Intercultural Communication

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment NOTE: Students may receive credit for PCS 101 or PCS 131, but not both. 17220 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm

PCS 141

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr MAIN

Ruiz

Interpersonal Communication

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment 17170 2 DIS: ONLINE Morin This is an online course. Students should contact Kimberley Morin by email at: morin@gcc.mass.edu or phone at: 413.775.1278. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.. 16484 A LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Morin 16485 B LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Morin 16820 C DIS: ONLINE Morin This is an online course. Students should contact Kimberley Morin by email at: morin@gcc.mass.edu or phone at: 413.775.1278. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses..

PHILOSOPHY PhI 103

Introduction to Philosophy

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15952 2 DIS: ONLINE Makinster This is an online course. Students should email: makinster@gcc.mass.edu or phone David Makinster at: 413.775.1265. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses..

PhI 104

Introduction to Ethics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17166 1 LEC: MTWThF 9:00am-11:50am MAIN Course runs 1/3-1/23. No class 1/21. 15953 A LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN

PhI 206

Makinster

Environmental Ethics

Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or permission of instructor 16965 A LEC: MW 3:00pm-4:15pm

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(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr MAIN

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Credit Courses

PHYSICS Phy 102

General Physics II

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: PHY 101 or permission of instructor 15535 A L/L: MWF 10:00am-11:50am MAIN Class meets in laboratory for mixture of discussion and lab exercises

Phy 112

Johnson

General Physics II with Calculus

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: PHY 111; MAT 202 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 202 L/L: MWF 10:00am-11:50am MAIN 15670 A Class meets in laboratory for mixture of discussion and lab exercises

Johnson

POLITICAL SCIENCE POl 101

American Politics

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16490 2 DIS: ONLINE O'Meara This is a fully ONLINE class with NO initial meeting. For more information, Email OMearaR@gcc.mass.edu or go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology/ 15676 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL TBA Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. 15675 A LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST Eisenberg 15956 B LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST TBA 16803 C LEC: MW 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST TBA

POl 207

Politics of the Middle East

Prereq: POL 105 or POL 205 or permission of the instructor LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm 16913 A

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr EAST

Gray

PSYCHOLOGY PSy 101

Principles of Psychology

(Offered: Every term) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15638 1 LEC: MTWThF 9:00am-12:00pm EAST Harrison Class meets 1/3 - 1/23. No class 1/21. 15564 2 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST Becker 16537 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Becker Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. 15565 A LEC: TTh 8:00am-9:15am EAST Garvey 15566 B LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am EAST Boyce 15567 C LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am EAST Boyce 15568 D LEC: TTh 9:30am-10:45am EAST Wiley 15569 E LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST Wiley 15570 F LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Garvey 15639 G LEC: MWF 1:00pm-1:50pm EAST Garvey 15680 H LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST TBA 15842 I DIS: ONLINE Wiley This is an online course with one optional on-site meeting on 1/31. Email instructor wiley@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 16666 J LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:25pm EAST TBA LATE START class begins Tuesday, 2/5. Currently Closed.

PSy 209

Abnormal Psychology

Prereq: PSY 101 15571 A 15640 B

PSy 212

LEC: TTh LEC: MW

9:30am-10:45am 1:00pm-2:15pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr EAST EAST

Boyce Boyce

Research Methods in Psychology

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: PSY 101; PSY 210 or MAT 114 or permission of Social Sciences department chair. Recomm: ENG 101, ENG 103, or ENG 105 16667 A LEC: TTh 3:30pm-4:45pm EAST TBA

PSy 214

Psychology of Peace, Conflict and violence

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. Any 3-credit course coded ANT, ECO, EVS, HSV, POL, PSJ, PSY, or SOC. Recomm: ENG 101, 103, or 105; PSJ 101 or PSY 101 15679 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Jenks

PSy 217

human Growth and Development

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor 16491 2 DIS: ONLINE Wolfe This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email WolfeK@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 16668 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL TBA Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. 15573 A LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am EAST Garvey 15572 B LEC: MWF 9:00am-9:50am EAST Garvey

PSy 233

Child Behavior and Development

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor 16669 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Berry 15635 A DIS: ONLINE Finnegan This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email finnegan@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses.

SCIENCE SCI 103

Astronomy

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores 16478 2 L/L: TTh 6:00pm-8:20pm MAIN 16053 A L/L: TTh 8:00am-10:20am EAST

SCI 110

Community Energy Solutions

Prereq: None Special Requirement: Field trips required. 16549 1 LEC: S 9:00am-5:00pm Class meets on two Saturdays, January 12 and 19.

SCI 117

Price Johnson

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr MAIN

Benander

Meteorology

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores 15653 2 L/L: MW 4:00pm-6:20pm EAST

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Introduction to Global Warming

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16687 2 HYB: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Gran This is a HYBRID class and 77% of class content is delivered online. In-class sessions provide 23% of class content on the following dates: 1/31, 2/28, 3/28, & 5/9. For more info Email GranW@gcc.mass.edu

SCI 120

Sustainable Energy: theory and Practice

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or concurrent enrollment; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test score. Special Requirement: Field trips required. LEC: W 10:30am-12:00pm MAIN Jones 16057 A 9:00am-12:00pm L/L: F

SCI 127

Introduction to Sustainable Design and Green Building

Prereq: MAT 105, ENG 090, and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores Special Requirement: Field trips required. LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN 16926 2 9:00am-12:00pm LEC: S Class also meets two Saturdays: 9am-12pm on 4/13 and 5/11.

SCI 128

Toal

Solar thermal Systems

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr

Prereq: MAT 105, ENG 090, and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores Special Requirement: Field trips required. 16595 A LEC: W 2:30pm-5:20pm MAIN

SCI 131

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Talmage

Introduction to Piping

(Offered: Periodically) 2 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use power tools. NOTE: Course is taught at an off campus location. LEC: T 3:00pm-5:50pm OTHER TBA 16927 A Class meets Tuesdays 2/26 - 5/14 at Franklin County Technical School, plumbing/HVAC shop. No class 3/19 or 4/16.

SCI 135

Green Careers Exploration & Career Skill Building

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: CIS 140 or competency in word processing & spreadsheets. Special Requirement: Field trips required. 17163 2 HYB: T 6:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Risley-Schroeder This is a HYBRID class and 52% of class content is delivered online. In-class sessions provide 48% of class content on the following dates: 1/29, 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/26, 4/9, 4/30, 5/14. Six hours of field trips are also required.

SCI 136

Applied Residential Energy Auditing

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: MAT 105, ENG 090, and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; SCI 126 or concurrent enrollment Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use power tools. Must be able to handle test equipment weighing up to 20 pounds. Must be able to climb short ladders and be capable of wearing a respirator and a dust mask. 16928 A LAB: Th 9:00am-11:50am OTHER Talmage Class meets 4/11 - 5/9 at Franklin County Tech School, Clean Energy building. 16929 B LAB: Th 3:00pm-5:50pm OTHER TBA Class meets 4/11 - 5/9 at Franklin County Tech School, Clean Energy building. Currently Closed

SCI 137

Permaculture Design

(Offered: Every Spring) 4 cr

Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: SCI 125 and or SCI 138 and/or any course coded AGR Special Requirement: Field trips required. 16934 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Dresdale LAB: Th 2:00pm-4:50pm Thursday lab will meet in both N405 and N404.

SCI 221

Photovoltaic (Solar Electric) Installation

(Offered: Every Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: SCI 112 and SCI 121 Special Requirement: Field trips required. 16548 A LEC: S 9:00am-5:00pm MAIN LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm Class meets Mondays from 4/8 - 5/13; and Saturdays on 4/20, 4/27, and 5/4.

Talmage

SOCIOLOGY SOC 101

Principles of Sociology *

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 15574 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Barcelos 15687 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL TBA Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street. 15575 A LEC: TTh 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST McCarthy 15576 B LEC: TTh 11:00am-12:15pm EAST McCarthy 15577 C DIS: ONLINE Kapitulik This is a fully online class with NO initial meeting. Email KapitulikB@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 15637 D LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:25pm EAST TBA LATE START class begins Tuesday, 2/5. Currently Closed 16671 E LEC: MWF 10:00am-10:50am EAST Kapitulik 16672 F LEC: MWF 11:00am-11:50am EAST Kapitulik 16805 G LEC: MWF 1:00pm-1:50pm EAST Kapitulik 16914 H DIS: ONLINE McCarthy This is an online class with NO initial meeting. Email McCarthyL@gcc.mass.edu For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses. 17195 I LEC: F 9:00am-11:50am EAST Daube

SOC 108

Crime & Punishment in the u.S.: A Sociological Overview *

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: Special application and interview process; permission of the instructor/Education Director at FCHC required. 16966 2 LEC: MTh 6:00pm-7:45pm OTHER Schendler Class meets inside the Franklin County House of Correction in Greenfield. For more information, contact Revan Schendler via Email: SchendlerR@gcc.mass.edu. Class meets 1/31 - 4/18.

SOC 201

Social Problems *

Prereq: SOC 101 15977 2

SOC 208

6:00pm-8:50pm

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EAST

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Sociology of Gender *

Prereq: SOC 101 17174 A

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9:30am-10:45am

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Credit Courses

SPANISH SPA 101

Elementary Spanish I

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Prereq: None 16472 14

Lopez Garcia

15557

Lopez Garcia

15610 16581

SPA 102

LEC: Th 7:30pm-8:45pm SMCOL LEC: T 6:30pm-8:45pm LAB: Th 6:30pm-7:20pm Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off Green Street A LEC: MF 10:00am-11:40am MAIN LAB: W 10:00am-10:50am B LEC: W 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN LEC: M 1:00pm-3:15pm LAB: W 1:00pm-1:50pm C LEC: T 11:00am-1:15pm MAIN LEC: Th 11:00am-12:15pm LAB: Th 12:25pm-1:15pm 6:30pm-8:45pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 7:30pm-8:45pm 10:00am-11:40am 11:00am-11:50am 1:00pm-3:15pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 2:25pm-3:15pm 11:00am-12:15pm 11:00am-1:15pm 12:25pm-1:15pm

Belmonte

MAIN

Quesada

MAIN

Quesada

MAIN

Belmonte

MAIN

Lopez Garcia

(Offered: Every January) 2 cr

11:00am-12:40pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr MAIN

Steadman-Ball

Intermediate Spanish II

Prereq: SPA 201 or equivalent. 15558 A LEC: MW

SPA 256

MAIN

Intermediate Spanish I

Prereq: SPA 102 or equivalent. 16591 A LEC: TTh

SPA 202

(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 4 cr

Spanish Skills Practice I

Prereq: SPA 101 or equivalent or permission of instructor LEC: MTWThF 9:00am-12:00pm 16657 1 Course meets 1/8-1/18

SPA 201

Quesada

Elementary Spanish II

Prereq: SPA 101 or equivalent. 16971 2 LEC: T LEC: Th LAB: Th 15659 A LEC: MF LAB: W 16582 B LEC: W LEC: M LAB: M 16961 C LEC: T LEC: Th LAB: T

SPA 111

Lopez Garcia

1:00pm-2:40pm

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4 cr MAIN

Steadman-Ball

Spanish Reading for Communication

Prereq: SPA 202 or equivalent NOTE: Course offered in Spring 2012 semester only. 17218 A LEC: TTh 2:00pm-3:15pm

(Offered: Periodically) 3 cr MAIN

Quesada

THEATER thE 101

Introduction to theater

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 17172 2 DIS: ONLINE Geha This is an online class. Students should e-mail: gehat@gcc.mass.edu or call Tom Geha at: 413.775.1847. For more information go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/online-courses..

thE 105

Play Analysis

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores 16977 A LEC: MW 10:00am-11:15am MAIN

thE 113

Prereq: none 16976 A

thE 133

Geha

Fundamentals of Acting LEC: MW

3:00pm-4:50pm

(Offered: Every Fall) 3 cr MAIN

Geha

College theater Workshop

(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 1 cr

Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 4 credits. No more than one credit may be earned in any given semester. 16693 A LEC: MAIN Geha

thE 213

Advanced Acting

Prereq: THE 113 17171 A

LEC: MW

(Offered: Every Spring) 3 cr 3:00pm-4:50pm

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Credit Course Descriptions ACCOUNTING ACC 122

Principles of Financial Accounting II 4 cr

A continuation of ACC 121. Topics include internal control and accounting for cash, accounts receivable, property and equipment and related depreciation, intangible assets, long term liabilities, accounting for a partnership and corporation, payroll accounting, and preparation of the cash flows statement. The student completes an electronic practice set. Credit may be granted for ACC 122 or ACC 152 but not for both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ACC 121

ACC 152

Concepts of Financial Accounting II 3 cr

A continuation of ACC 151. Topics include internal control and accounting for cash, accounts receivable, property and equipment and related depreciation, intangible assets, long term liabilities, accounting for a partnership, payroll accounting, and preparation of the cash flows statement. The student completes a detailed analysis of a corporate annual report with an emphasis on the analysis and interpretation of financial information. Credit may be granted for ACC 152 or ACC 122 but not for both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ACC 151

ACC 207

Financial Accounting Systems and Procedures 3 cr

AhS 102

Introduction to Income tax Preparation 3 cr

Beekeeping 1 cr

Provides strategies and techniques for the beginner beekeeper. Topics include: hive construction, life cycle of the honey bee, hive management through the seasons, threats to the health and wellness of bees, diverse approaches and the joys of beekeeping. Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use hand tools. Field trip required. NOTE: Students work with bees. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: None

Four Season Farming 1 cr

Mushroom Foraging & Cultivation 1 cr

Applies permaculture principles in the foraging and cultivation of wild fungi. Field activities include collection, identification, and cultivation of fungi for culinary purposes. Students learn to identify, cook, and preserve safe-to-eat mushrooms using field guides. Students acquire cultivation skills for shiitake, reishi, and/or oyster mushrooms and understand how to integrate mushroom logs into homescale gardens. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: ) Prereq: None; Recomm: SCI 137

Elementary American Sign language II 4 cr

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visual Concepts II 3 cr

Continues to develop proficiency in visual problem-solving through the investigation of composition, spatial issues, the perceptual use of color and the development of visual ideas in 2D, 3D, and time. Students produce a portfolio of work that demonstrates a critical understanding of the principles of design. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 121

ARt 131

Drawing Foundation 3 cr

Presents a series of problems to acquaint the student with perceptual and inventive skills in drawing. The course introduces the visual language, drawing materials, and techniques while examining ways of implying space on a two-dimensional surface. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or concurrent enrollment or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score

ARt 151

Elementary American Sign language I 4 cr

A continuation of ASL 101, designed to further develop students' proficiency infrequently used signs. The course offers students the opportunity for individual hands

visual Concepts I 3 cr

Introduces the visual language of art-making and the principles of design. The course emphasizes problem-solving through the investigation of composition, spatial issues, the perceptual use of color and the development of visual ideas in 2D, 3D, and time. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or concurrent enrollment or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score

Drawing II 3 cr

A continuation of Drawing I with emphasis on perceptual and inventive skills. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 131

Presents basic grammatical rules in the use of American Sign Language. The course covers basic ASL vocabulary, manual alphabet/numbers, visual-gestural communication, and information related to deaf culture. Students develop basic competence in receptive and expressive use of ASL. Students and teacher use ASL in the class to communicate. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

ASl 102

Art history Survey II 3 cr

ART ARt 121

ARt 132

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASl 101

Art history Survey I * 3 cr

A survey of the history of art from the early Renaissance in Europe to the contemporary International scene. Topics include the study of art from non-western cultures; an examination of the role of the artist in society and culture; and of the importance of art throughout history. NOTE: Credit can be granted for ART 104 or AHS 102, but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment

ARt 123

Explores strategies for extending growing seasons into the fall and winter. Topics include: hoophouses, coldframes, raised beds, mulch, managing seasonal crops, frost proofing, cold hardy crops, early spring greenhouse management, winter snow removal, and seed germination under unheated conditions. Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use hand tools. Field trip required. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: None

AGR 113

An introduction to basic concepts of cultural anthropology. Students compare cultures of increasing scale and investigate specific universal issues related to why cultures change, who benefits from such change, and the costs of such changes. The course begins with an introduction to anthropological fieldwork, and continues with the description and analysis of different cultures representing domestic-scale autonomous tribal societies; politically organized, class-based systems and ancient empires; and global, industrial market based civilizations. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

A survey of the history of art from pre-history through the Gothic period. Topics include an introduction to the vocabulary of art through contemporary forms, with an emphasis on developing visual awareness of formal elements, aesthetics, and the components of style; an examination of the role of the artist in society and culture; and of the importance of art throughout history. NOTE: Credit can be granted for ART 103 or AHS 101, but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment

AGRICULTURE

AGR 111

Cultural Anthropology: tribes, States and the Global System * 3 cr

ART HISTORY

A practicum in income tax preparation. The course provides training in tax preparation procedures and prepares the student for the VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) course examination. Upon successful completion of the VITA exam, the student performs community service in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue by filling out federal and state income tax returns for area residents. The students contract with the instructor to earn from one to three credits. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ACC 208

AGR 110

ANTHROPOLOGY ANt 104

AhS 101

The capstone course in financial accounting for students graduating with an Associate of Science in Accounting. Topics include the adjusting process, finding and correcting accounting errors, calculation of depreciation for both book and tax purposes, payroll administration, inventory systems and controls and internal control concepts and techniques. Students discuss and analyze current accounting and tax issues. Successful completion of this course qualifies the student to sit for the Certified Bookkeeper Examination issued by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ACC 122

ACC 209

on experience in language learning. The course emphasizes a study of cultural behaviors, values, and norms. The course uses video text to improve conversational skills and preserve the integrity of the language. Students and teacher use ASL in the class to communicate. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ASL 101 or equivalent, or permission of instructor

Photography Foundation 3 cr

Introduces the visual, critical, and technical issues of photography. Students learn the essential aspects of camera control and functionality leading to the production of a body of printed work. Special Requirement: Students must provide their own digital camera, preferably with shutter speed and f-stop controls. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score

ARt 152

Film and the Darkroom 3 cr

Introduces the visual, critical, and technical issues of darkroom-based black and white photography. The course covers the essential aspects of camera control and functionality when working with film and chemistry. Students produce a portfolio of silver gelatin prints. Special Requirement: Students must provide their own non-digital camera, preferably with shutter speed and f-stop controls. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 121 and ART 151

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Credit Course Descriptions ARt 155

video Foundation 3 cr

An art-based introduction to digital video. Topics include instruction in the use of digital video cameras, non-linear editing platforms, and digital sound. Students study video as a form of artistic expression with an emphasis on the development of the compositional, shooting, editing, conceptual, and critical skills associated with time-based media. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score

ARt 161

Computer Arts Foundation 3 cr

Introduces the computer as a medium for the creation of works of art. Students work through a series of problems that investigate different approaches to the medium providing a solid foundation in computer-based creation. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score

ARt 173

Digital Design 3 cr

An exploration of the tools and processes of digital design. The course emphasizes development of strong visual and technical skills in digital design, layout, and illustration. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ART 121 and ART 161

ARt 236

Figure Drawing II-A 3 cr

Focuses on drawing from the model with emphasis on gesture, proportion, foreshortening, and composition. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ART 132 and ART 235

ARt 237

Figure Drawing II-B 3 cr

A continuation of ART 236, Figure Drawing IIA, with emphasis on the development of a cohesive body of work. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ART 236

ARt 241

Painting 4 cr

Introduces the medium and craft of painting. The course includes study in the mixing and application of color, construction of canvases and other painting supports. The course emphasizes composition and image development. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 123 and ART 132

ARt 242

Painting and Drawing I 3 cr

An investigation of interrelationships of painting and drawing. Students work through a series of problems addressing formal and conceptual issues. The course emphasizes the development of an individual, cohesive, body of work. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 241

ARt 243

Painting and Drawing II 3 cr

A continuation of ART 242, Painting and Drawing I, with emphasis on the development of an individual, cohesive, portfolio of work. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 242

ARt 251

Intermediate Photography 3 cr

Emphasizes the range of possibilities in photography, including film, digital, and the exploration of experimental processes. Students explore their interests through a project orientation and discuss issues and methodologies that concern the contemporary photographer. Special Requirement: Students must provide their own camera with shutter speed and f-stop controls. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 152 or ART 151 and permission of the instructor.

ARt 252

Intermediate Photography II 3 cr

Continuation of ART 251 Intermediate Photography. Students discuss and analyze the photographic image in greater depth than in previous coursework and go on to create an individualized photography portfolio demonstrating a critical understanding of the (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 251

ARt 255

video Art 3 cr

An exploration of video as a medium for artistic expression. Students strengthen their conceptual, critical, technical and observational skills through the creation of a series of short video works that explore a single theme of their choosing. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ART 155

ARt 256

video Portfolio 3 cr

A continuation of ART 255, Video Art. Students produce a series of thematically linked video works that display a level of critical thinking and technical achievement beyond that of previous work. Students develop a video portfolio composed of previous and new work and refine and expand their understanding of, and ability to create video for artistic expression. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ART 255 or permission of Art department chair

ARt 263

Web Site Design 3 cr

An introduction to the languages, tools, methods, and philosophies relative to planning, designing, creating, and publishing web sites. Students develop their own DHTML/CSS-

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based web sites using contemporary industry-standard software. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ART 161

ARt 269

3D Animation 3 cr

An introduction to the fundamental concepts and techniques of computer-based threedimensional animation. Students use professional 3D software to create models and environments as the basis for animation. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ART 268

ARt 273

Image and text 3 cr

Addresses issues inherent in combining image and text. Students explore the voice and content of the written word when combined with visual imagery, and vice-versa, through the production of a thematic body of work. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105; ART 123; one 200-level art studio course within major concentration; and ART 151, ART 161, or ART 155.

BIOLOGY BIO 103

Ecology 4 cr

Environmental studies with emphasis on concepts of ecology, conservation of natural resources and their relationship to the quality of life. Lab sessions focus on forest, field, stream, and pond habitats, with field trips to local sites. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

BIO 120

Introduction to Environmental Science 4 cr

Provides an overview of the principles of environmental sciences with the overall objective of increasing student awareness and understanding of regional, national, and global environmental issues. Students focus on environmental problems, ecological principles, human population, natural resources, environmental quality, pollution, biodiversity, and conservation. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

BIO 122

Freshwater Ecology 4 cr

Provides an overview of the ecology of freshwater habitats and freshwater organisms. The course emphasizes the study of wetlands (marshes, bogs, swamps and vernal ponds), streams, rivers, ponds, lakes and the biological communities (including plants, insects, fish, reptiles and amphibians) that they support. Students utilize fish-stocked recirculating tanks to conduct experiments and study the science of aquaculture (aquatic plant and animal farming). Students study the composition and conditions of freshwater habitats and go on field trips to different freshwater sites. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

BIO 124

Introductory horticulture 4 cr

Provides knowledge on how to propagate and care for plants through experiences with soils, seeds, bulbs, potting, watering, pruning, dividing, terrariums, and fertilizers. Students learn how to design and manage a vegetable garden for maximum harvest. The laboratory sessions provide experiences with plants, such as mixing soil, planting seeds, taking cuttings, potting up plants, fertilizing plants, plant growth, constructing terrariums, and a trip to a local plant growing business. NOTE: Credit can be granted for BIO 111 or BIO 124, but not for both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

BIO 126

Biology I 4 cr

An introduction to the basic mechanisms of life. Major topics include the biochemical basis of life, cell structure, DNA structure and replication, protein synthesis, mitosis, meiosis, inheritance, respiration, photosynthesis, and biotechnology. Students use the scientific method in laboratory experiences that include selected topics in cell structure, cell functions, mitosis and meiosis, genetics, enzymes, respiration, photosynthesis, developmental biology, and microbiology. NOTE: Credit can be granted for BIO 119 or BIO 126, but not both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores

BIO 127

Biology II 4 cr

An introduction to the major structures, functions, and ecology of plants and animals. Major topics include basic plant structures and their functions, basic animal structures and physiology, survey of major animal groups, survey of major plant groups, and ecology. Students use the scientific method in laboratory experiences that include selected topics in basic mammalian anatomy, nervous system and senses, musculoskeletal systems, seedless plants, seed plants, plant anatomy, selected invertebrates, chordates, evolution, and ecology. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: BIO 126

BIO 130

human Nutrition 3 cr

The study of nutrition and its application to good health and a sense of well being. Topics include the applications of nutrition to physical fitness, preventive medicine, and health care. NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130L. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

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Credit Course Descriptions BIO 130l

human Nutrition lab 1 cr

examine database management requirements; and identify legal considerations. (Offered: Every Fall & January) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; Recomm: Competency in word processing and spreadsheet operation

A laboratory supplement to BIO 130. This course introduces students to various biological and chemical aspects of nutrition using laboratory experiments designed to highlight specific nutrients and properties of foods. Students learn laboratory procedu (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores and BIO 130 concurrently or satisfactory completion.

BIO 132

BuS 119

lifestyle, health, and Medicine 4 cr

An investigation into the impact of lifestyle on the human body with an emphasis on the treatment of lifestyle related disease. Topics include an overview of physiology, metabolism, stress, nutrition, and exercise. Topics relate to the treatment of obesity, heart disease, hypertension and type II diabetes. Students apply class knowledge to emerging trends in the business of medicine. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; MAT 105 or satisfactory placement test score or permission of instructor.

BIO 194

Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr

The study of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on anatomy. Students study the anatomy of the nine organ systems using the structure to underscore the function of body parts and their relationship to each other. This is a Lab course. NOTE: Students can earn graduation credit for only one of the following: BIO 105 or BIO 107 or BIO 117 or BIO 194 or BIO 195. Students can earn graduation credit for BIO 106 or BIO 196, but not both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

BIO 195

human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 cr

A first semester of a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, including biochemistry, cell anatomy and physiology, histology, the skeletal system, articulations, muscle anatomy and physiology, neurophysiology, the anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous systems, the anatomy and physiology of the special senses, and the neural integration. This is a Lab course that requires animal tissue dissections. NOTE: Students can earn credit for only one of the following courses: BIO 105 or BIO 107 or BIO 117 or BIO 194 or BIO 195. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: College Biology within the past ten years or BIO 126; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

BIO 196

human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 cr

A second semester of a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, including endocrinology, blood, cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, lymphatic system, immunity, respiratory anatomy and physiology, digestive anatomy and physiology, metabolism, urinary anatomy and physiology, fluid dynamics, reproductive anatomy and physiology, genetics, and development. This is a Lab course that may require animal tissue dissection. NOTE: Students can earn graduation credit for BIO 106 or BIO 196, but not both. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: BIO 195 and BIO 126 or a college level equivalent; or BIO 117 or BIO 194 with a grade of B or better within the past five years and BIO 126 or a college level equivalent.

BIO 205

An introduction to the biology of microorganisms with emphasis on the properties of micro-organisms and their relation to disease. Lab required. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: BIO 126 or BIO 194 or BIO 195

BUSINESS BuS 105

Personal Financial literacy 3 cr

Fundamentals of financial planning are presented to prepare students to make informed choices related to spending, saving, borrowing, and investing that lead to long-term financial security. Students learn to identify and evaluate choices as well as understand the consequences of their decision. Topics include the management of personal and family finances, budgeting, consumer buying, personal credit, savings and investment, home ownership, insurance and retirement planning. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; MAT 090 or placement by examination

BuS 111

BuS 203

human Resources Management 3 cr

Provides a practical approach to the tasks of recruiting, hiring, training, and compensating employees. Students will also study equal opportunity, motivation, health and safety, and labor relations. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: BUS 111

BuS 205

Principles of Management 3 cr

An introduction to managerial roles and functions. Topics include planning, organizing, controlling, leading, staffing, and decision-making in contemporary organizations. Students work in teams to develop group skills. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: BUS 111; Recomm: PSY 101

BuS 209

Principles of Marketing 3 cr

This course establishes fundamentals of marketing for small and large businesses, introducing students to the marketing concept and the development of a marketing plan through hands-on preparation of market research, a situation analysis, segmentation, target market definition, positioning statement, marketing mix, and measurement plan for a local business while exploring fundamentals in case studies. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: BUS 111. Recomm: PSY 101

BuS 224

Business Communications 3 cr

An introduction to best practices in business communication strategies. Topics include planning, organizing, composing and delivering persuasive oral and written business communications in various modes and media to fulfill the needs of professional audiences. Students practice effective grammar mechanics while understanding job search techniques, and preparing cover letters, resumes, and professional portfolios for individualized career goals. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105

CHEMISTRY Basic Principles of Chemistry 3 cr

A survey course for students interested in the basics of chemistry from a descriptive point of view. Topics include matter, properties of families of compounds and their characteristic compounds, mixtures, acids and bases, chemical reactions, introductory biochemistry, and environmental effect of chemistry. This course could be the basis for coursework in selected technical areas but is not a substitute for CHE 111, 112. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores

General Chemistry I 4 cr

Theoretical and descriptive topics of chemistry, including nature of matter, atomic and molecular structure, nuclear stability, periodic properties of the elements, chemical bonding, nomenclature, stoichiometry, gaseous, liquid, and solid states, and thermochemistry. Lab required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), MAT 106 (096), or satisfactory placement test scores

ChE 112

the Contemporary Business World 3 cr

E-Commerce 3 cr

For students interested in entrepreneurship, management, or marketing careers. This course is an exploration of the strategic, technical, and legal considerations of conducting business via the internet. Students investigate business-to-business and business-toconsumer models; identify necessary computer technologies and needed skill sets; explore methods for branding, communicating and persuading via internet marketing;

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Business law I 3 cr

An introduction to the law as it pertains to transactions in business and commercial fields. Laws of contracts, social forces, and legal rights, bailments, and personal property transactions. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

ChE 111

For students from any field of study who want to explore the study of business, and/or prepare themselves for employment, entrepreneurship, or simply informed, consumer decision-making. The course introduces students to the contemporary context of business practices by exploring topics related to globalization, business ethics, entrepreneurship, business plan development, strategic planning, management, marketing, finance, and personal investing. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

BuS 116

BuS 155

ChE 105

Microbiology 4 cr

Principles of Real Estate 3 cr

Surveys the principles of real estate. Designed for those who want to know more about the field for personal knowledge or for possible employment. Of help to those who intend to take a state real estate examination. Includes the legal, financial, brokerage, marketing, and other important aspects of the real estate business. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

General Chemistry II 4 cr

Interrelated descriptive and theoretical topics of chemistry, including chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, solubility equilibria, free energy, entropy, equilibrium and free energy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, environmental impact of chemistry. Some basic chemistry of metals and non-metals, as well as some organic chemistry concepts are covered in this course. Lab required. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: CHE 111; MAT 107 concurrently or placement by examination

ChE 202

Organic Chemistry II 4 cr

In-depth study of aromatic compounds, physical methods of structure determination, organic halides, organometallic compounds, alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, carboxylic acid derivatives, amines, and amides. Examination of various classes of natural products. Introduction to biochemistry. Polymers and polymerization. Lab required. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: CHE 201

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Credit Course Descriptions COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS 096

keyboarding for Information Processing 1 cr

An introduction to basic keyboarding skill by touch. Students learn to input alphanumeric information quickly and accurately. Additional topics include the basic vocabulary and concepts of keyboarding operations. Graded credit/no credit. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

CIS 110

Introduction to Computers 3 cr

An introduction to computer use for students with little or no experience. The course includes vocabulary, the components of the computer and peripherals, the basics of creating and printing a text document, how to transfer and organize files, manipulate graphics, use email, and avoid viruses. Other topics include: how to search for and evaluate information on the Internet; conduct research on the Internet; avoid Internet scams and identity theft; download and install software; and basic trouble-shooting. NOTE: This course does not satisfy Program Elective or CIS elective requirements in any Business program. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

CIS 251

Java Programming 3 cr

A study of computer programming using the Java language. The course emphasizes proper programming techniques and structure, and industrial practices. Teaching methodology includes lab activities, and problem solving, both individually and in small groups. Students complete extensive programming assignments. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: CIS 150 or status as a second year engineering student

CIS 280

Network Server Administration 3 cr

Provides instruction in the installation, configuration, and management of a local area network server using current industry server software. Topics include installation of software, configuration of software and common services, protection of data, client requirements and setup, setting up groups and users, managing and securing access to server files, remote access, and other topics. Students complete extensive hands-on lab activities and homework. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: CIS 180

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJ 101

Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 cr

Provides students with an introduction to several major "productivity" programs used on microcomputers. Topics include the Windows operating system, word processing, electronic spreadsheet management and graph production using currently popular software packages, and some database management. This is a hands-on course. Special Requirement: Students not currently engaged in daily computer use should consider CIS 096 and CIS 110 prior to taking CIS 140. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores

Examines the agencies and processes involved in the criminal justice system, including but not limited to the legislature, the police, the prosecution, the defense, the courts, probation, corrections, and social service agencies designed to function in the context of the criminal justice system. The course examines public policy concerns the system is intended to address, with a special emphasis on the tension between public safety and the due process rights of the accused, and the role that class, poverty, race, gender and other statuses might play in the effectiveness of the criminal justice system. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

CIS 141

CRJ 103

CIS 140

Microcomputer Software tools I 3 cr

Microcomputer Software tools II 3 cr

Provides students with intermediate training in the use of word processing and electronic spreadsheet software. In addition to building upon software skills taught in CIS 140, Microcomputer Software Tools I, students learn the integration of data created in various programs and the development of presentation-quality output. Students use each application's macro language to automate and customize documents, worksheets, and data entry operations. Students are introduced to graphics software used for business and multimedia presentations. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: CIS 140

CIS 145

Relational Database Design and Application 3 cr

Provides a foundation in business information management, data mining and business intelligence using a relational database. Topics include the theory of managing data; planning and design of a database; creation, normalization and management of tables; design and development of queries to extract specific information and data; creation of reports and forms for controlling ease and accuracy of data entry; and use of macros to automate operations. Students learn to create, manage, and extract data from a variety of common business database applications. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement testscores; CIS 140 or permission of instructor.

CIS 150

Programming Principles and Concepts 3 cr

Computer problem-solving principles and techniques for students contemplating a career in computer programming, or computer information systems. Structured problem-solving methods are introduced, including techniques for decomposing complex problems, and expressing the problem solutions in terms which can be expressed in any computer programming language. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 106 (096) or equivalent; ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment

CIS 151

Web Site Development 3 cr

A study of the creation of effective web sites and pages for use on the Internet or as an Intranet. Topics include: creating web sites and pages with a web site development tool; managing site presentation with Layers; block level elements and Cascading Style Sheets; Dynamic Web Templates; and behaviors. Students explore and modify HTML, CSS and JavaScript code, manage a web site's associated files and folders; manage the web publishing client/server process and administration of a web site. Students create and enhance a number of web sites in this course. Students need dependable internet access as part of this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: CIS 140, or CIS 150, or permission of instructor.

CIS 201

Introduction to Discrete Computation 4 cr

An introduction to discrete mathematics. Students study structures and concepts useful to computer science from the following areas: set theory, strings and formal languages, propositional and predicate calculus, relations and functions, and basic number theory. Additional topics include: interplay of inductive definition, inductive proof, combinatorics, recursive algorithms, search on graphs and trees, finite-state machines, regular languages, nondeterministic finite automata, and Kleene's Theorem. (Offered: ) Prereq: MAT 202 and permission of a Business or an Engineering Program Chair. Recomm: MAT 203

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Criminal law 3 cr

Examines the legal definition of crime and defenses; the presumption of innocence and proof beyond a reasonable doubt; purposes and functions of substantive criminal law, including statutes, constitutions and criminal procedure; historical foundations of criminal law, and the limits of criminal law. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

CRJ 105

Police Process 3 cr

Provides the student an appreciation of the social and historical perspectives on American Policing. Topics include a critical study of the police role, career, discretion, values; normal and deviant behavior; ethical and moral issues; diversity, ethnicity, and race. The course analyzes the challenges of policing in a democratic society with a discussion of interagency relations. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor. Recomm: CRJ 103

CRJ 107

Adjudication Process 3 cr

Examines the role of prosecution, public defense and the courts; basic elements of the substantive criminal law; procedural law and its relation to constitutional guarantees; and an analysis of trial and pretrial process, case law, rules of evidence and the appellate process. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: CRJ 101 and 103, or permission of instructor

CRJ 109

Corrections Process 3 cr

Examines post-conviction process; the development of correctional philosophy, theory and practice; management; and community-based correctional probation and parole. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor

CRJ 121

Criminology 3 cr

Examines various aspects of crime, criminals, criminal behavior, and society's response to all three. The course looks at behavior from a sociological perspective. Other topics include the history of criminological thought and crime causation; the nature and extent of crime, criminal typologies; victimization; and whether status such as class, poverty, race, and gender help to explain deviant or normative behavior in our society. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; Recomm: CRJ 101 and CRJ 103

CRJ 203

Criminal Investigation 3 cr

Examines fundamentals of investigation; crime scene search and recording, collection and preservation of physical evidence; scientific aids; modus operandi; sources of information; interview and interrogation; follow-up and case preparation. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: CRJ 101 and CRJ 105. Recomm: CRJ 103

CRJ 215

Field Experience 3 cr

A field experience at an agency within the criminal justice system. The course integrates classroom theory with practical experience. Placement is at the discretion of the criminal justice faculty consistent with the policies of the cooperating agency. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: CRJ 101 and 103, or permission of instructor

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Credit Course Descriptions CRJ 219

Constitutional Criminal Procedure 3 cr

DAN 112 Modern Dance II 3 cr

Examines general principles of criminal procedure contained in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, focusing on governmental power and the restrictions on it in the enforcement of state and federal criminal law. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: CRJ 101, 103, or permission of instructor. Recomm: POL 101, POL 203, or CRJ 121

A continuation of the study of modern dance. Students gain proficiency in movement fundamentals, learning and performing dance combinations and locomotor movements to various rhythms and styles of music in large and small groups. The course presents the history, theory and significance of modern dance through lectures, video viewing, outside of-class reading, or assigned performance attendance. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 111, or permission of instructor

DANCE

DAN 116 Middle Eastern Dance I * 3 cr

DAN 101 Introduction to Dance 3 cr Provides students with an introduction to the fundamentals of dance, and exposure to a wide range of different styles of dance, both western and non-Euro-American. The course includes a daily technique class with instructor or guest teacher, lectures and class discussions, video viewing, and outside-of-class reading assignments. Styles of dance introduced and experienced in the course may include: jazz, ballet, African, tap, Middle Eastern dance, Isadora Duncan dance, social and folk dance, modern, Classical Indian dance, Renaissance, and Baroque dance. (Offered: Every Fall, January & Summer) Prereq: None

DAN 102 Pilates Mat Work 1 cr An introduction to the Pilates method of body conditioning. The Pilates method is a unique system of stretching and strengthening the muscles. The Pilates series of floor mat exercises strengthens and tones muscles, improves posture, flexibility and balance. The mat work movements and philosophy support an understanding of functional anatomy and reeducate the body about correct alignment. Through the work, students develop a strong center and suppleness. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

DAN 103 Jazz Dance I 3 cr An introductory course in jazz dance. Classes consist of a full body warm up, and basic dance exercises to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination. Students learn and practice the movement vocabulary essential to the jazz style, including body isolations, propulsive and syncopated rhythms, and standard jazz style traveling steps. The course presents the history of jazz dance as a fusion form with African roots, and its impact on concert dance and the entertainment industry through lecture, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, and assigned performance attendance. NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 103. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

DAN 104 Jazz Dance II 3 cr A continuation of the study and practice of the basic elements of dance, with emphasis on movement vocabulary essential to the jazz style. The course presents the history of jazz dance as a fusion form with African roots, and its impact on concert dance and the entertainment industry through lecture, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, and assigned performance attendance. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 103, or permission of instructor

DAN 107 Ballet I 3 cr An introduction to the study of classical ballet. Students learn the ballet terminology that denotes the traditional position of the feet, arms, and body, and the basic ballet steps. Each class includes barre work, center floor exercises to improve balance and coordination, and traveling across the floor combinations incorporating jumps and leaps. The course presents the rich history and theory of ballet, and its widespread cultural impact through lectures, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, or assigned performance attendance. NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 107. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

DAN 108 Ballet II 3 cr A continuation of the study of classical ballet. Students learn the ballet terminology that denotes the traditional position of the feet, arms, and body, and the basic ballet steps. Each class includes barre work, center floor exercises to improve balance and coordination, and traveling across the floor combinations incorporating jumps and leaps. The course presents the rich history and theory of ballet, and its widespread cultural impact through lectures, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, or assigned performance attendance. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 107, or permission of instructor

DAN 111 Modern Dance I 3 cr An introduction to modern dance. Students learn the terminology and practice the fundamental movement vocabulary of modern dance. Classes consist of a full body warm-up, specific modern dance exercises, traveling step patterns, short dance combinations, and improvisational assignments. Class activities are designed to increase strength, flexibility, coordination, rhythmic awareness and musicality, and self expression. The course presents the history, theory and significance of modern dance through lectures, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, or assigned performance attendance. NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 111. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

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An introductory course in Middle Eastern Dance. Instruction includes the historical and social context in which the dance is traditionally performed, and general concepts of dance technique and practice. Students primarily learn Middle Eastern "Belly Dance, "which functions as a form of social dance and/or entertainment. The class also studies regional or national dances, such as Lebanese debke, and dance steps to the 9/8 and 6/8 rhythms of Turkey and Armenia. Video viewing and outside-of-class reading assignments augment in-class practice. NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 116. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

DAN 117 Middle Eastern Dance II * 3 cr A continuation of the study of the movements, steps, and aesthetics of Middle Eastern Dance within the historical and social context in which it is customarily performed. Students refine their ability to perform traditional movements with emphasis on personal expression, correct performance style and quality, the ability to respond appropriately to various tempos, rhythms and meters, and the ability to learn choreographed dances or to improvise. Video viewing and outside of class reading assignments augment in-class practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 116, or permission of instructor

DAN 183 Ballroom Dance: American Smooth Style 1 cr Provides physical enjoyment to participants through the performance of the specific rhythms and movements of American smooth style dancing and social interaction through group participation. Topics include the fundamentals of waltz, fox trot, jitterbug (swing), with an emphasis on dance positions, leading and following, and dance etiquette. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. Special Requirement: Lightweight shoes with non-skid soles. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

DAN 184 Ballroom Dance: latin Style 1 cr Provides physical enjoyment to participants through the performance of the specific rhythms and movements of Latin style dancing and social interaction through group participation. Topics include the fundamentals of rumba, cha cha, and tango with an emphasis on dance positions, leading and following, and dance etiquette. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. Special Requirement: Lightweight shoes with non-skid soles. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

DAN 201 Dance Repertory Group: Mixed Company 3 cr Provides an opportunity for students to learn, rehearse, and perform dances in a variety of styles in area schools, community centers, and at special events. When appropriate, students assist in teaching dance classes and give lecture/demonstrations. Students perform and rehearse outside of class. NOTE: The course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: Open to students by audition or permission of Dance Program Coordinator. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in a dance studio course.

DAN 203 Jazz Dance III 3 cr An intermediate course in jazz dance. Students continue to refine skills and movement vocabulary of the jazz style. Increased emphasis on performance skills, clarity of rhythm and line, expansion of range of movement, and personal expression. The course presents the history of jazz dance as a fusion form with African roots, and its impact as a performance style and in the entertainment industry through lecture, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, and assigned performance attendance. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 104, or permission of instructor

DAN 207 Ballet III 3 cr An intermediate course in classical ballet with emphasis on increased technical skill. Students learn principles of epaulement, placement, and multiple turns. Students may dance en pointe with instructor's approval. The course presents longer, more intricate combinations and repertoire, the rich history and theory of ballet, and its widespread cultural impact through lectures, video viewing, outside-of class reading, or assigned performance attendance. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 108, or permission of instructor

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Credit Course Descriptions DAN 211 Modern Dance III 3 cr An intermediate course in modern dance with increased emphasis on performance skills. The course presents specific techniques of modern dance pioneers, such as Graham, Humphrey-Weidman, Cunningham, and Taylor. Students learn and execute movement sequences and repertory dances with attention to quality, styles, musicality and expressiveness. Students are encouraged to work on individual creativity and development of personal movement style. The course presents the history, theory and significance of modern dance through lectures, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, or assigned performance attendance. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 112, or permission of instructor

DAN 216 Middle Eastern Dance III * 3 cr An intermediate course in Middle Eastern Dance. Students continue to practice the movements and rhythms of the dance, with an emphasis on personal expression, the development of individual style, musicality, improvisation and performance skills. Students learn extended dance sequences and group choreographies. The course incorporates the continued study of the complex history of the dance and its meaning and function in Middle Eastern and North African cultures, and in other areas that are home to people of Arabic heritage. Video viewing and outside of class reading assignments augment inclass practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 117, or permission of instructor

DAN 217 Middle Eastern Dance Iv * 3 cr A conclusion of the intermediate study of Middle Eastern Dance. Students continue to practice the movements, rhythms and choreography of the dance. The course emphasizes personal performance style, based on informed choices and improvisational and creative responses to both contemporary and traditional Arabic or Arab-influenced music and rhythms. Students learn extended dance sequences, group choreographies for performance, and to play zills as an accompaniment to the dance. The course incorporates the study of the history, meaning and function of Middle Eastern dance in the various cultures and countries in which it is performed. Video viewing and outside of class reading assignments augment in-class practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 216, or permission of instructor

ECONOMICS ECO 101

Principles of Macroeconomics 3 cr

A study of economic analysis of the national and global economy with discussion of current issues. This course includes business cycles, unemployment, inflation, economic growth, banking systems, monetary and fiscal policies. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 105 (095), or satisfactory placement test scores

ECO 102

Principles of Microeconomics 3 cr

A study of the economics of the firm, the consumer, and their interaction in the domestic and global marketplace. This course includes resource allocation, supply and demand, elasticity, market structure, labor, and an economic perspective of current issues facing business and society. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 105, or satisfactory placement test scores

ECO 113

Environmental Economics 3 cr

Introduction to the contemporary problems of environmental quality. Economic analysis of the institutions and practices leading to pollution of air, water, and land resources. Study of alternative public policies for improving environmental quality. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

ECO 212

Economics of tourism 3 cr

An application of economic prinicples to the tourism and hospitality industry. Topics include demand for leisure activities, industry structure, and the economic, environmental, and social impacts of the tourism industry on host communities. (Offered: ) Prereq: MAT 105; BUS 112 or ECO 101 or ECO 102

EDUCATION EDu 101

Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3 cr

settings. Students examine prominent preschool special education curricula and learn to eva (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EDu 121

Reading and language for the young Child 3 cr

Emphasizes the importance of effective communication and implements the belief that skills, abilities, and attitudes needed for such communication are identifiable and teachable. The integration of all the language arts into a curriculum for young children is stressed. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EDu 201

Early Childhood Curriculum 3 cr

Organization of curriculum including the research, theory, methods, and materials necessary in a classroom of young children. Emphasis on reading readiness and language skills. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: EDU 101 or permission of instructor

EDu 205

Philosophy of Education 3 cr

Examines the role of school in society, the organization and history of American education, the historical foundations of education and its theorists. The relationship between theoretical perspectives and current issues emphasized. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105

EDu 216

Student teaching II 6 cr

Provides work experience in an early childhood setting with extensive responsibility for the total management of a classroom; experience working with families; and providing an environment which promotes physical and intellectual competence in children. Placement in a teaching site for EDU 216 is not guaranteed and depends upon agreement among the teaching site, the EDU faculty, and the student. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: EDU 215 or permission of instructor

EMERGENCY MEDICAL/PARAMEDIC EMS 101

Emergency Medical technician- Basic 6 cr

Provides training in the primary care of injuries, semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED), acute illnesses, birth, and people in emergency situations. Students learn rescue extrication, transportation, communication, medical-legal aspects, and ambulance training. The course is taught using lectures, slides, demonstration, and practice. Students completing the course are eligible for the Massachusetts Basic EMT examination. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EMS 202

Pharmacology 2 cr

Introduces pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. The course includes a review of the metric system. Students calculate drug dosage concentrations and IV medication infusion rates. The course introduces basic concepts of pathophysiology. (Offered: Every January) Prereq: Successful completion of EMS 105 or permission of instructor

EMS 203

Management of Medical and Shock-trauma Emergencies 8 cr

Expands upon pharmacological interventions and integrates patient management skills with medical and trauma situations encountered by paramedics. This course includes the pathophysiology and management of disease processes and shock-trauma conditions. It provides special considerations of neonatology, pediatrics, geriatrics, medical incident command and rescue situations. Students begin limited clinical experiences. Students receive PreHospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) certification and Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP-Advanced Life Support) certification upon successful course completion. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: Successful completion of EMS 202 or permission of instructor

EMS 212

Paramedic Fieldwork Internships II 2 cr

A continuation of fieldwork assignments with certified paramedics. The course includes fieldwork rotation at a high-volume EMS system outside of New England. The student is eligible to take Massachusetts and National Registry qualifying examinations upo (Offered: Every Summer) Prereq: Successful Completion of EMS 211

Purposes of early childhood education and the role of the teacher. Considers the developmental needs of young children. Attention to physical environment, recording and reporting progress and administration. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EDu 111

Introduction to Special Education 3 cr

Overview of development, physical, and behavioral disabilities; basic principles of intervention techniques; overview of legislation (Chapter 766) and its implications for the young child. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EDu 112

Early Childhood Special Education 3 cr

Emphasizes the acquisition of strategies and skills to provide developmentally appropriate learning experiences for young children with special needs in multiple

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Credit Course Descriptions ENGINEERING EGR 100

Engineering Culture 0 cr

Supports engineering students' success through student-faculty interaction, peer study groups, and academic and career guidance. NOTE: Students may repeat this course without limit. Special Requirement: Open to Engineering majors only. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

EGR 105

Introduction to Engineering, Science, technology, and Society 4 cr

A survey introductory course that combines hands-on experience with sociological analysis of engineering, science, and technology using lab, lecture, research, design, and discussion. Includes aspects of electrical, mechanical, environmental, civil, and chemical engineering. NOTE: Students may earn credit for EGR 105 or SCI 105 but not both. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: MAT 107 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College Level Math placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: Any 3-credit course coded ANT, ECO, EVS, HSV, POL, PSJ, PSY, or SOC

EGR 107

ENG 105

Statics 3 cr

ENG 112

thermodynamics 3 cr

ENG 114

Circuit Analysis II 4 cr

Statistics for Engineering 3 cr

Probability and statistical theory, with primary emphasis on engineering applications. Students utilize techniques of collection, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and explore probability modeling using discrete and continuous random variables. Topics include: an examination of estimation and inference conducted through the use of confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 202

ENGLISH ENG 090

College Writing Strategies 4 cr

Develops the writing strategies, critical thinking skills, research methods, and confidence required in English Composition I and other college-level courses. This course covers word processing and methods of using print texts, electronic texts and databases, as well as techniques for evaluating those resources. This course does not satisfy the English composition requirements of the College and does not fulfill associate degree credit requirements. "C-" is the lowest passing grade in this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

ENG 094

College Reading Strategies 4 cr

Develops reading study skills for comprehension, vocabulary building, and critical reading and thinking. Students learn techniques for effectively and efficiently obtaining information from reading materials, especially textbooks. The course covers word processing and methods for conducting research using print texts, electronic texts and databases, as well as techniques for evaluating those resources. This course does not satisfy the English composition requirements of the College and does not fulfill associate degree credit requirements; "C-" is the lowest passing grade in this course. NOTE: Credit may be

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English Composition I: the Impact of language 3 cr

English Composition II: Exploring literature 3 cr

Examination and analysis of the three major literary genres: prose fiction, poetry, and drama. Writing assignments emphasize the formal, thoughtful, "critical" paper, but do not preclude more personal and creative responses. Students develop analytical standards for both reading and writing about literature. The course includes selections from a wide variety of authors. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105

Continuation of EGR 211. Analysis techniques for AC circuits, frequency response, resonance, Bode plots, phasor representation of sinusoidal steady-state systems, complex frequency domain, transfer functions. MOSFETs as amplifiers; operational amplifiers. Transformers, two-port networks, Fourier series. Lab includes circuit hardware and PSPICE simulation experiments. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: EGR 211 with a grade of C or better.

EGR 213

English Composition I: Purposes and technique of Prose 3 cr

Develops a personal writing style to express the results of critical and analytic thinking. This course is designed for the student who enjoys reading and writing and includes assignments from essays, novels, poetry, and other materials which serve as models and sources for written exercises. The student explores the history of the English language. The topics for discussion and writing include the languages of race, gender, advertising, and politics. The course includes word processing methods and research and documentation using print and electronic texts. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

Engineering Graphics 4 cr

The fundamentals of the science of thermodynamics including control volume analysis, conservation of mass and energy, the second law of thermodynamics, pure substance property relations, and applications of refrigeration and power systems. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: MAT 202, PHY 112; Recomm: MAT 203

EGR 212

English Composition I: Expository Writing 3 cr

Focuses on the writing of essays. This course offers students the opportunity to understand writing as a process and to develop clear, effective presentation of ideas. The student develops an awareness of the relationship between writer and reader. The course includes word processing methods and research and documentation using print and electronic texts. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores Emphasizes expository writing for students who feel confident of their skills in analysis and organization. The student develops an understanding of voice in writing. The course includes word processing methods and research and documentation using print (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

A vector treatment of equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies. Topics include: forces, moments, couples, equations of equilibrium, free body diagrams, machines, trusses, frames, friction and centroids, and shear and bending moment diagrams. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: MAT 201, PHY 111

EGR 210

ENG 101

ENG 103

An introduction to engineering graphics concepts and applications. Topics covered include lettering, scaling, orthographic projection, pictorials, sections, auxiliary views, dimensioning, tolerances, fasteners, isometric and orthographic depiction. The course includes Computer Aided Design, manual drafting, and sketching. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 105, or satisfactory placement test scores

EGR 205

granted for COL 090 or ENG 094, but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

English Composition II: literature and Creative Writing 3 cr

Examination of the creative modes of writing: short fiction, poetry, drama, and song. The writing assignments include creative experiments and literary analysis. The student develops skills in the production as well as understanding of literary art. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105

ENG 116

English Composition II: Analysis of literature and Film 3 cr

Study of film, fiction, poetry, and drama from Western and non-Western cultures. Coursework involves analysis of other electronic media which may include television, radio, and computer-mediated text. Students produce written work stressing critical evaluation and participate in classroom analysis of printed and electronic text. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105

ENG 203

American literature I 3 cr

Critical study of significant achievements in American literature from the Puritan period through the period of the Reconstruction. Emphasis on the growth of an American literature, its modes and purposes. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENG 206

British literature II 3 cr

Readings in English literature from the late 17th century to the present. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, ENG 114 or ENG 116

ENG 210

Creative Nonfiction 3 cr

Explores creative nonfiction essays and essay writing through extensive reading, individualized research, and writing workshops. Students develop familiarity with the variety and history of creative nonfiction. Students use multiple research methods, drafting approaches, and writing styles to explore topics of their choice. Students combine academic and creative writing strategies in new ways to explore and analyze their experiences and the world around them. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENG 219

Ethnic literature * 3 cr

A study of American literature through writers representative of various ethnic groups in the United States. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

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Credit Course Descriptions ENG 221

Shakespeare 3 cr

A critical study of a selected group of plays by Shakespeare, approached by theme. The course will also give some attention to contemporary presentations or adaptations. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENG 241

Survey of Children's literature 3 cr

Wide reading of classic and current children's literature, including the history and development of the genre. This course examines criteria for judging children's books and reviews classroom techniques in early childhood education. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENG 243

Modern Poetry 3 cr

An examination of modern poetry with an emphasis on interpretation and analysis of voice, language, sound, and form. This course provides an in-depth study of some major innovators as well as a study of other contemporary poets. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENG 247

Women in literature I * 3 cr

A study of works by women writers through the 19th century. Students discuss literature in various genres within the historical and social context of the times, in relation to early literary movements and from the perspective of a unique female literary tradition. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENG 261

the Short Story 3 cr

A survey of the short story as a literary genre from its beginnings in the early 19th century to the present time with emphasis on interpretation and analysis, characters in conflict, point of view, and symbolism. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES ESl 103

Written English-Intermediate level 3 cr

Develops students' writing skills for academic and professional use, such as patterns of organizing paragraphs and compositions, basic business letters, exercises in sentence structure and other composition skills. Writing and computer laboratories are required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 102 or placement by examination

ESl 104

Written English-Advanced level 3 cr

Emphasizes advanced writing skills in preparation for beginning-level college courses, such as research paper, reading and writing responses, essays, compositions, and grammar of advanced sentence structure. Writing and computer laboratories are required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 103 or placement by examination

ESl 106

English Grammar-Advanced Beginners 3 cr

Focuses on the systematic study of basic English grammar patterns through reading, writing, listening, and discussion. Individualized programs are provided as needed. Laboratory is required. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: Placement by examination

ESl 107

American English Grammar in Context 3 cr

The study of intermediate-level grammar patterns in English, with focus on verb tenses and on parts of speech. This course emphasizes recognition and understanding of grammar patterns in reading and speech, and the development of grammar skills in writing. Laboratory is required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 106 or placement by examination

ESl 108

American English Grammar in use 3 cr

Continued study of English verb tenses and parts of speech. The course includes practice of other complex patterns needed for college coursework in English as well as a review of articles and advanced sentence structure. Students will learn accurate and (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 107 or placement by examination

ESl 109

Intermediate Grammar Review 2 cr

An intensive grammar workshop for students who have completed ESL 107 or other intermediate ESL grammar courses. Students practice and master what they have learned about basic English verb tenses, question patterns, and subject-verb agreement. Students review grammar through listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing, group work, and discussion. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ESL 107 or permission of instructor

ESl 110

ESl Computer training 1 cr

Introduces English terms for basic keyboarding operations. Students develop techniques and concepts for word-processing using both Macintosh and IBM clone computers. ESL students begin to use electronic mail and learn how to find information on the Inte (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 103 or permission of instructor

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ESl 113

Spoken English-Intermediate level 3 cr

Emphasizes development of vocabulary, pronunciation, listening and speaking skills through group discussions, role plays, oral presentations, and interactive tasks. Content units reflect student interest in social and global issues and in situations from everyday life. Laboratory is required. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ESL 112 or placement by examination

ESl 118

Advanced ESOl Grammar 3 cr

Advanced topics in English grammar for bilingual students. Topics include verb tenses for narration; adjectives and prepositional phrases for description; active and passive voice; agreement and sentence combining; sentence transitions; time expressions (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 104, or ESL 108, or permission of instructor

ESl 119

English at Work 3 cr

Introduces English language and cultural patterns to students who are working or seeking work in the American workplace. Topics include basic English vocabulary for employment, basic mathematical operations in English, interacting with co-workers and supervisors, using electronic communications, resume writing, labor laws in the U.S. and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and cultural expectations on the job. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) ="Prereq: For students whose native language is not English. Intermediate level of English proficiency determined by ESOL placement examination. Contact ESOL Program Coordinator. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 110 or CIS 110 or basic proficiency in

ESl 123

Reading and vocabulary-Intermediate level 3 cr

Focuses on reading comprehension, vocabulary development, book reports, note-taking and test-taking strategies for intermediate-level ESL students. Students read fiction, nonfiction, newspapers, and a wide range of subjects to provide a foundation for success in college and the workplace. Laboratory is required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 122 or placement by examination

ESl 124

Reading and vocabulary-high Intermediate 3 cr

An intensive study of reading processes, college-level material including literature, and many kinds of college tests. Students learn techniques for independent vocabulary acquisition and effective writing about reading material in book reports and other writing assignments. Laboratory is required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ESL 123 or placement by examination

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES EvS 101

Environmental Studies: Issues in Sustainability 3 cr

An introduction to basic concepts and principles in ecology including ecosystems, population, food production, energy, pollution, technology, and resource depletion. The course focuses on people's impact on the natural environment emphasizing current problems and alternative solutions to them. NOTE: Credit can be granted for HEC 101 or EVS 101, but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EvS 121

Gender and the Environment 3 cr

Examination of historical and present day roles of women and men in relation to their environment. The course surveys how gender roles have affected survival in hunter gatherer and agrarian societies, earth-centered practices in religion and medicine, and the growth and influence of industrialism and nationalism. The course focuses on understanding gender-linked relationships between population, poverty, and environmental degradation and the importance of new cooperative models for converting to an ecologically sustainable society utilizing case studies and role models. NOTE: Credit can be granted for HEC 121 or EVS 121, but not for both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

EvS 151

youth, Culture and Rites of Passage in Contemporary America 1 cr

Investigates vision quest and rites of passage, ancient and contemporary ceremonies, and rituals that are found in most cultural traditions to assist individuals to pass symbolically and literally from youth to adulthood. This experiential course offers instruction in phases of personal transition, and connections to the natural environment to promote clarity and connections with the environment. Opportunities include in-the-field teachings and one night and two days of residency at a solo site in a backcountry area, and personal reflection through inner guidance. NOTE: Course graded credit/no credit. Credit can be granted for EVS 151 or HEC 151, but not for both. Special Requirement: Students must be 18 to register for this course. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: None

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Credit Course Descriptions EvS 152

Sustainable Agriculture: Organic Gardening 1 cr

Provides instruction in a natural gardening program and practical "hands-on" introduction to the basic philosophy, content, and methods of organic gardening and permaculture design. Using a model garden site, participants plan and design a garden, prepare the soil, plant the seeds, and prepare for harvesting and storage. Topics include compost, soil improvement, seed selection, crop rotation, and pest management. The course includes in-the-field instruction. NOTE: Course graded credit/no credit. Credit can be granted for EVS 152 or HEC 152, but not for both. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: None

EvS 153

Ancient Wilderness living Skills 1 cr

An introduction to the principles and practices of ancient wilderness living skills that enable people to live closer to the earth and to realize a deeper understanding of their heritage as human beings. The course introduces students to the following skills: carving and using a bow and drill fire making set; building and sleeping in a shelter made from natural materials; and instruction in crafts like natural baskets, wooden utensils, and natural rope. The course includes backcountry foraging for wild edible foods and materials for crafts as well as an overnight residency experience. NOTE: Course graded credit/no credit. Credit can be granted for EVS 153 or HEC 153, but not for both. Special Requirement: Students must be 18 to register for this course. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: None

EvS 204

Environmental Justice 3 cr

Fire hydraulics 3 cr

A study in incompressible fluids including fluid properties, principles of fluid status, fluid flow system principles, pipe friction and heat loss, flow measurements, pumps, and other hydraulic devices and machinery. Students study the applications of fire protection systems such as sprinklers, standpipes, hoses, nozzles, pumpers, and water supply systems. Demonstrations illustrate and supplement the principles developed in the class. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090) and MAT 105 (095), or satisfactory placement test scores.

Fire Protection Systems and Equipment I 3 cr

FSt 206

legal Aspects of Fire Protection 3 cr

Legal rights and responsibilities of fire fighters and departments in performing their duties. This course also examines the range of fire laws affecting property owners and others. Students cover recent developments in government regulations and liabil (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: FST 101 or permission of instructor or program coordinator

Intermediate French I 4 cr

French Film and language II 3 cr

The intermediate study of French through francophone films. The course emphasizes the acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, idioms, and cultures through the study of francophone films. Students study representative French language films, selected from films by Cocteau, Truffaut, Berri, Leconte, Denis and Jeunet. These are the subject of class discussions, dramatizations and oral and written assignments. Students practice listening comprehension, study idiomatic speech, analyze cultural content and examine historical contexts. The instructor and the students conduct the class in French. NOTE: This course and FRE 255 are not sequential; they may be taken in either order. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: FRE 202 or equivalent

GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES

Introduction to Fire Protection 3 cr

Reviews automatic and manual detection and extinguishing systems, including sprinkler and standpipe systems, inert gases, foam and dry chemicals, temperature and smoke responsive devices, and alarm and signaling systems. Demonstrations illustrate and supplement the class work. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

French Skills Practice II 2 cr

An intensive immersion workshop conducted in French for students who have completed at least FRE 102 or who are returning to the study of French. Students work to practice and internalize the basic building blocks of French in listening, speaking, reading and writing using the material studied in FRE 102. (Offered: Every January) Prereq: FRE 102 or equivalent

FRE 257

An introduction to fire protection and careers in the fire service. Students survey the history, scope, and resources of the fire service, including reviewing fire department structure and administration. The course provides students with an overview of the chemistry and physics of fire, of the training and support of fire service personnel, and of fire protection systems and equipment. Students gain an understanding of different career directions in the fire service and of the various local, state, and federal agencies that support and oversee fire service professionals. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

FSt 201

FRE 112

The intermediate study of French. The course emphasizes continued acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, idioms, structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, video, and selected readings. The class is conducted in French. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: FRE 102 or equivalent.

FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

FSt 113

Elementary French I 4 cr

Fundamentals of French. The course emphasizes the acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, and extensive laboratory practice. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: None

FRE 201

A social and ecological examination of human needs and scarce resources. Students focus on environmental justice and how sustainable development contributes to reduced conflict and increased security. Students learn new strategies for sustainable living and an ecological perspective as a tool for peace, sustainability and social change. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: Any 3-credit course coded ANT, ECO, EVS, HSV, POL, PSJ, PSY, or SOC; Recomm: PSJ 101 or EVS 101

FSt 101

FRENCH FRE 101

GWS 115 Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies * 3 cr Introduction to gender and women's studies as a basis for understanding human development, social systems, and the historical and biological perspectives that affect people's lives in the contemporary world. (Offered: Every Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

GEOGRAPHY GGy 101

Introduction to Geography 3 cr

Explores major geographic concepts, contemporary world regions and the development of the science of geography. Subjects of discussion range from basic map and globe concepts to population dynamics and economic development. Student use case studies from around the world to increase their awareness of geography. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

GEOLOGY GEO 102

historical Geology 4 cr

An introduction to the origin and development of the earth, with emphasis on the Eastern United States. Topics include geologic time, myths and science of creation, meaning and interpretation of rocks and fossils. Lab and Field trips are required. NOTE: Credit can be granted for GEO 102 or GEO 103, but not for both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

GEO 104

Introduction to Oceanography 4 cr

The nature of the ocean realm-its physical, chemical, biologic, and geologic characteristics and importance. Topics to be discussed: origin and characteristics of ocean basins, physical and chemical nature of sea water, origin and movement of water masses, importance of the oceans to life on earth. Lab and Field trips are required. NOTE: Credit can be granted for GEO 104 or GEO 105 but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

HEALTH SCIENCE hSC 101

Introduction to Patient Care Skills 3 cr

Provides a case based learning methodology through patient simulation and explores a variety of job duties related to health care occupations. Students learn vital signs, sterile techniques, handling of body fluids, body mechanics, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), first aid and proper chart documentation. Students gain familiarity with research techniques, professionalism, ethics, cultural diversity, and communication skills in healthcare settings. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

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Credit Course Descriptions hSC 127

Survey of health Careers 3 cr

An introduction to the responsibilities, settings and qualifications of various health careers. This course examines the role of different professionals as members of the healthcare team. Students develop strategies for achieving their career goals using selfevaluation and research. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

HISTORY hIS 101

Western Civilization to 1500 A.D. 3 cr

The major ideas, institutions, and developments of Western Civilization from ancient times to the Renaissance. Themes include the nature of humankind; relationship of the individual to society and the universe; the role of religion; the individual in history; the tradition to modern modes of life and thought. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hIS 102

Western Civilization Since 1500 A.D. 3 cr

Analysis of ideas, attitudes, and developments of Western Civilization from the dawn of the modern age to the present. Topics include the scientific and industrial revolutions; the rise and triumph of nation states; the French and Russian revolutions; European imperialism in Asia and Africa; socialism, communism, and fascism; dictatorships and World War II; challenge of the non-Western world. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hIS 105

history of the American People to 1865 3 cr

Economic, social, and cultural development of the American people prior to the Civil War. Utopianism; the Revolutionary Era; the development of national consciousness; consensus and conflicts; constitutionalism; the roots of American foreign policy; race relations; slavery and war. NOTE: Credit can be granted for HIS 105 or 107 but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hIS 106

history of the American People Since 1865 3 cr

Reconstruction; industrialism and triumphant capitalism; the capitalist model of society; business and the protestant ethic; labor, populism, and dissent; imperial expansion and the progressive politics; crisis in the American Dream; The Great Depression and the New Deal; minorities and change; the roots of contemporary American foreign policy to Vietnam. NOTE: Credit can be granted for HIS 106 or 108 but not for both. (Offered: Every Fall & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hIS 127

history of African-American Peoples * 3 cr

A survey of the African-American experience in the United States, including African heritage, enslavement and slavery, resistance, the Civil War and Reconstruction and their combined legacies of racism and oppression, and the continuing struggles of AfricanAmericans for full and equal rights. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hIS 129

Introduction to Modern Africa * 3 cr

A survey of geography, climate, and the diverse ethnic and cultural groups of the continent. After a brief outline of pre-European civilizations, concentration is on Africa's history from the period of European colonization to the present. Current political, social, and economic conditions are highlighted. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hIS 131

Women in American history * 3 cr

A survey of women's roles in American history emphasizing the social history of unknown as well as famous women of diverse ethnic and class backgrounds who helped shape life and culture in America from the Colonial period through the Revolutionary era, the Frontier movement, 19th Century political activism and urbanization, and the 20th century through reform movements and the global community. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT huD 114 College Success 3 cr Designed to assist incoming students make a successful transition from high school, home, or the workplace to college. Adopts a seminar approach requiring students to use a textbook, listen to lectures, participate in discussions, and complete a variety of written and oral assignments. Adjustment and transition issues-academic, career, and interpersonal-are addressed with a structured, content-based curriculum, flexible enough to promote the exploration and resolution of individual concerns. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

huD 122 Practicum in Governance 1 cr An opportunity for students to participate in group problem solving and decision making within the context of Greenfield Community College's governance structure. This practicum introduces the student to several skills including organizing and conducting a meeting, communicating within a group, understanding the roles of group members, handling conflict, and presenting group decisions to outside constituents. NOTE: Students receive one credit per semester upon successful completion of the course. Students may repeat this course two times, for a maximum total of three credits. GCC waives tuition and fees for this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: Must be currently enrolled in GCC, must have completed one academic semester at GCC, and must be appointed in the manner required by the GCC Assembly Bylaws.

huD 131 Student Ambassador 1 cr Develops leadership and communication skills of student ambassadors. Students gain a strong knowledge of theory related to leadership and student success; the services available to students at GCC; and they enhance their mentoring and communication skil (Offered: ) Prereq: Must submit a completed student ambassador application, have a minimum of a 2.5 cummulative GPA, and have completed a minimum of 12 credits at GCC. Recomm: Student plans to continue at GCC for at least one more academic year.

HUMAN SERVICES hSv 101

Introduction to human Services 3 cr

A study of the human service field from historical, ecological, economic, political, and social perspectives. This course familiarizes students with the basic skills, strategies, and functions common to the field through readings, discussions, guest lectures, research, field trips, and service learning projects. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

hSv 215

Counseling Skills 3 cr

Students move from theoretical understanding of the helping relationship to practical application as they practice interviewing, counseling, and referral processes. Specialized counseling skills such as crisis intervention introduced. Extensive demonstration and role play utilizing audio and video tapes. Students witness clinical supervision as they practice peer supervision. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: HSV 115

hSv 271

Practicum in human Services 4 cr

Provides students with field work in competency training and skill building through directed, closely-supervised involvement in a human service agency. Students practice their acquired skills through professionally supervised individual and/or group focused involvement. In addition to the fieldwork, students meet each week for two hours to discuss practicum experiences. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: HSV 215 (or concurrent enrollment)

HUMANITIES huM 108 Introduction to topics in humanities 3 cr A one-semester course concentrating on a specified topic or period in the humanities (art, dance, geography, history, language, literature, music, philosophy, and theater). Students learn about the disciplines of the humanities that influence and are influenced by culture, and how the interplay of passion and creativity combine to give meaning and identity to perspectives of society. Topics or major themes are announced each semester. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores, or concurrent enrollment

huM 110 Media literacy: the World of Advertising 1 cr An examination and discussion of print, audio, and electronic advertising in our society. This course develops critical thinking and critical writing skills through the analysis of various forms of advertising media. The topics for discussion may include gender, ethnicity, race, class, and politics. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

huM 150 the lively Arts * 3 cr Provides experience in the performing and visual arts through attendance at Fine Arts Center Performing Arts Series concerts of music and dance at the University of Massachusetts and guided visits to university gallery exhibitions of sculpture, photography, and drawings. Guest faculty present weekly lectures about the structure and history of music, dance, and visual arts. Discussion sections help students understand and apply information from weekly assignments, lectures, exhibitions, and concerts. Free tickets provided. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

huD 117 Managing Stress 2 cr Designed to transmit basic information about how stress works to help students isolate their own stress responses, and to help them find appropriate stress reduction techniques within a lab setting. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

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INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IDS 108

Mathematics for Medical Dosage Calculations 3 cr

Introduces math topics used in allied health fields. Students develop basic math skills and problem solving strategies necessary to perform medication dose calculations accurately. Topics include the four main methods of dosage calculations; standard forms of measurement and conversions; and the basic language of pharmacology necessary for interpretation of medication orders and labels. Students may use a web-based course management system, such as Blackboard, as a learning resource tool. NOTE: Credit can be granted for IDS 110 or IDS 108, but not for both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 105 or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic Placement test and a score of 61 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

LATIN lAt 102

Elementary latin II 4 cr

Fundamentals of the Latin language. Students continue to learn Latin vocabulary, syntax, and grammar and then translate Latin into polished English and vice-versa. Students use Latin orally and listen to and write Latin as a part of the language learning process. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: LAT 101 or equivalent

Principles of Weight training 1 cr

Aerobics 1 cr

Advanced Aerobics 1 cr

Advanced physical fitness exercises and techniques aimed at the development of the cardiovascular system. Introduction of more advanced exercises that promote flexibility, strength, and cardiorespiratory endurance through systematic approaches. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: LED 157 or permission of instructor and a cardiovascular evaluation

lED 161

Golf 1 cr

Designed for beginners interested in the basic skills of recreational golf. Students advance at their own pace. Topics include golf rules and etiquette. Students participate in field trips. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: None

lED 162

Principles of Weight training II 1 cr

Builds upon LED 156 Principles of Weight Training and incorporates weight training and other various exercises to create sound strategies and practices for improving fitness. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: LED 156 or permission of instructor

lED 167

Introductory tae kwon Do I (karate) 1 cr

A basic introduction to the Korean martial art of Tae Kwon Do-Moo Duk Kwan as it has evolved from its origins from Tae Kyun in approximately 57 BC. Emphasis is on familiarization with some Korean language, stretching exercises, calisthenics, punching, blocking, and kicking techniques, practical self-defense, hyung patterns of movement and exposure to some of the philosophical underpinnings of Tae Kwon Do. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

lED 168

Introductory tae kwon Do II (karate) 1 cr

Intermediate level skills and techniques of the Korean martial art of Tae Kwon Do-Moo Duk Kwan as it has evolved from its origins in Tae Kyun in approximately 57 BC. The emphasis is on familiarization with some Korean language, stretching exercises, calisthenics, punching, block, and kicking techniques, practical self-defense, hyung patterns of movement and exposure to some of the philosophical underpinnings of Tae Kwon Do. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: LED 167 or permission of instructor

lED 170

Gentle yoga 1 cr

Introduces students to gentle yoga practice with an emphasis on stress reduction and body awareness. Each session includes gentle movement warm-up and a series of gentle yoga postures, breath awareness, guided relaxation and meditation. Students gain sufficient practical knowledge to sustain independent yoga practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

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Basic Mathematics Skills 3 cr

Useful as a foundation for math and math related courses, for developing quantitative job skills, or as a refresher. Students use a variety of materials and problem-solving techniques to deepen their understanding of basic arithmetic operations, fractions, decimals, percents, and measurement. They analyze problems and arrive at solutions using the techniques of mathematical reasoning. The course emphasizes mathematical discovery and addresses issues of math anxiety, test-taking difficulties, and study skills for math. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill associate degree credit requirements; final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

Physical fitness exercises and techniques aimed at the development of the cardiovascular system. Exercises combined to promote flexibility, strength, and cardiorespiratory endurance through systematic approaches. Individual cardiovascular evaluation required and individual programs planned. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

lED 158

Self-Defense for Women 2 cr

Introduces physical and psychological skills necessary for self-defense. Involves learning the use of various parts of the body as weapons. Examines techniques of awareness necessary for prevention. Through meditation, discussion, and writing exercises, students learn to realize and overcome women's psychological blocks to their own defense. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: For women only

MATHEMATICS

Covers the basic training principles involved in the development of muscle strength and endurance. Includes guidelines concerning isometric, isotonic, and isokinetic progressive resistance exercises. The value of muscle strength and endurance as a lifetime physical fitness goal emphasized. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

lED 157

lED 172

MAt 090

LEISURE EDUCATION lED 156

yoga 1 cr

An introduction to Hatha Yoga practice. Students learn classical yoga postures such as standing poses, backbends, forward bends, hip openers, balances, inversions and restorative poses. Students study alignment principles of Yoga and incorporate basic philosophy, meditation and deep relaxation into each class for a well-rounded, active and enjoyable practice. The course follows a sequential flow building knowledge and skills from week to week. Students gain sufficient practical knowledge to sustain independent yoga practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

MAt 094

Preparatory Course for Algebra 3 cr

A preparatory course for Introductory Algebra (MAT 105) for students with a working knowledge of arithmetic who have never had algebra before or who would benefit from a slower introduction to algebra. Students study many of the topics covered in Introductory Algebra but at a significantly more elementary level and at a slower pace. These topics include the concept of a variable, negative numbers, numeric and algebraic expressions, linear equations in one variable, positive exponents and square roots, and an introduction to graphing of equations in two variables. Students work with applications to help them understand and connect algebraic concepts to real world situations. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill associate degree credit requirements. Final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MAT090 or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test; ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score or concurrent enrollment.

MAt 105

Introductory Algebra 3 cr

An introductory algebra course which assumes a working knowledge of basic arithmetic. Students study topics that include the concept of a variable, negative numbers, properties of real numbers, numeric and algebraic expressions, polynomials, linear equations and inequalities in one variable, integer exponents and coordinate geometry. The course introduces graphing of two variable equations. Students work with applications to help them understand and connect algebraic concepts to real world situations. NOTE: The course grants elective credits, which may not transfer to another institution. The course does not satisfy requirements for college level mathematics at any institution. A final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: MAT 090 or a score of 67 or higher on Arithmetic placement test; ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: If you've never been successful in or it has been decades since you studied introductory algebra or if you received a C or C- in MAT 090, then consider taking MAT 094 before taking MAT 105.

MAt 106

Intermediate Algebra 4 cr

Develops algebra skills and a conceptual understanding of topics, and focuses on the relationship between algebraic, graphical and numerical approaches to solving problems. Students study topics that include linear equations and systems of equations, methods for solving problems, radicals and radical equations, quadratic equations and the quadratic formula, rational exponents and rational expressions. The course places emphasis on graphing in the Cartesian coordinate system with particular stress on graphing linear equations and systems of equations. Students work at times with calculators and/or computers. NOTE: The course grants elective credits, which may not transfer to another institution. This course does not satisfy requirement for college level mathematics at any institution. A final grade of "D" will not be awarded in this course. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 61 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score, or concurrent enrollment; ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test score.

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Credit Course Descriptions MAt 107

College Algebra 4 cr

MAt 202

Calculus with Analytic Geometry II 4 cr

The study of functions. This course is a gateway to the study of higher level mathematics and a useful preparation for courses with quantitative content. Students investigate the principles, properties, and applications of several common types of functions from numerical, algebraic, and graphical perspectives and use these functions to model real world problems. Principle types include polynomial, rational, composite and inverse functions. The course also introduces exponential and logarithmic functions and briefly examines absolute value, root, step, and piecewise functions. Students use graphing calculators extensively. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: MAT 106 (096); or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 91 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

A second semester theoretical and applied calculus course for students interested in mathematics, engineering, and the physical sciences. Students should have a conceptual understanding of differentiation and integration and a working knowledge of derivatives of a wide range of functions (including trigonometric and exponential). Students examine antiderivatives and definite integrals numerically, graphically, and algebraically and work with a wide range of applications. They study and model real-world situations with differential equations and use infinite series for approximation of functions. Students use computer software and graphing calculators in and out of class to apply and enhance the understanding of calculus concepts. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 201; ENG 090 or ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

MAt 108

MAt 204

Precalculus 4 cr

A preparation for MAT 201 and the physical sciences. Students study principles, properties, and applications of functions and their graphs. They revisit functions introduced in MAT 107 and expand their knowledge of them. The course focuses heavily on circular trigonometric functions and introduces conic sections. Laboratory activities place particular emphasis on the use of functions to model real problems. Computers and/or graphing calculators are used to enhance the study of mathematics. (Offered: Every Spring & Summer) Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College Level Math placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

MAt 114

Introduction to Statistics 4 cr

An introduction to statistics that teaches broadly relevant concepts. Topics include but are not limited to graphical and numerical methods for summarizing data; linear regression and correlation; normal probability distributions; confidence intervals; (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 106 (096) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 91 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

MAt 116

Mathematics for Early Childhood and Elementary Educators 4 cr

Provides prospective early childhood and elementary teachers with a mathematical foundation designed to support their future work teaching mathematics. Students build on their mathematical understanding, enhance their comprehension of the mathematical/problem-solving process, develop their confidence in exploring mathematical concepts, and communicate that understanding to others. Students do college level mathematics in the context of the following topics with particular emphasis on the first two: Number Sense and Operations; Geometry and Measurement; Patterns, Relations and Algebra; and Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability. Students become conversant with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and with the Massachusetts Department of Education Mathematics Curriculum Frameworks, especially as those documents pertain to the level at which the student intends to teach. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 72 or higher on the Algebra placement test; must be an Early Childhood Education or Liberal Arts/Education Option major or have permission from a full-time math or education faculty person; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

MAt 117

Mathematical Problem Solving 3 cr

Provides students in the liberal arts with a foundation to mathematical reasoning and quantitative skills in decision making processes. Students focus on ideas rather than techniques as they implement problem solving strategies. The course introduces students to topics that might include, but are not limited to mathematical modeling, graph theory, the mathematics of social choice, growth and symmetry, descriptive statistics, and probability. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test and a score of 72 or higher on the Algebra placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

MAt 151

Applied Calculus I 4 cr

Provides a practical approach to the basic tools and methods of calculus. Topics include a review of polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs, limits, the derivative, and the integral. Students work with models and applications from many fields. Students utilize computer software and/or graphing calculators to enhance their understanding of mathematical concepts. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College Level Math placement test; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

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Elementary Differential Equations 4 cr

An introduction to ordinary differential equations with a dual focus on finding analytic solutions and on solving and understanding differential equations using numeric and qualitative approaches. Topics include separation of variables, methods of undetermined coefficients, integrating factor method, Euler's method, phase planes, first order linear systems, second order differential equations, an introduction to nonlinear systems, and LaPlace transforms. Throughout the course, students use and formulate differential equations that model real-world situations. Students use computer software and/or graphing calculators in and out of class to apply and enhance their understanding of differential equations and their solutions. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 203; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores.

MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT MOM 110 Introduction to Medical terminology 3 cr Provides students with a foundation to recognize medical terms using the four-word part approach of prefix, word root, suffix, and combining vowel. Students master terminology related to health care delivery, with an emphasis on improving written and oral communication skills. Medical terminology is applied through the use of pathology, case studies and medical histories. Credit can not be granted for both MOM 110 and ADM 122. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

MOM 120 Introduction to Medical Coding 3 cr An introduction to analyzing and classifying medical documents for reporting medical diagnostics, services and procedures by physicians according to current ICD-9-CM professional standards. Students learn specificity, completeness, and accuracy of coding procedures and techniques, and are introduced to ICD-10 coding system elements as they become available. Credit can not be granted for both MOM 120 and ADM 222. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ADM 122 or MOM 110 or permission of instructor

MUSIC MuS 103

Music theory Fundamentals 3 cr

Introductory music theory for students with little or no musical background. The course covers reading and writing notation, scales, melodic composition, and other elementary theoretical concepts. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

MuS 107

Music theory I 3 cr

Basic chordal structures, voice leading, inversions, figured bass, harmonic progressions, and non-harmonic tones. Harmonic analysis of great composers' works. Keyboard harmony and ear training. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor

MuS 111

Chorus 2 cr

An exploration of vocal technique and choral repertoire. Students prepare selections from the various style periods for public performance. The course is open to all students. NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 8 credits. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

MuS 130

Applied Music 1 cr

Individual music lessons open to all students of any level or interest. Lessons meet for one-half hour per week. Students and instructors arrange regular meeting times on an individual basis. NOTE: There is a charge for a studio instructor fee in addit (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

MuS 137

World Music and Cultures * 3 cr

A survey of music and culture including Native North America, Latin America, Black America, West and South Africa, the Mideast, India, Japan, and Eastern Europe. The course emphasizes strategies for understanding and listening to all kinds of music. Students do local cultural fieldwork projects and have the opportunity to produce field recordings as part of their final research project. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

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Credit Course Descriptions MuS 138

Creative Musicianship 1 cr

NuR 106C Pediatric Nursing Clinical 2 cr

An examination of a broad range of topics related to serious music study. The instructor leads cooperative class investigation into areas such as creative expression through free improvisation, preparing for auditions and performances, breaking creative blocks, responding to performance anxiety, adopting stretches/exercises, exploring career paths, making demos, and booking gigs. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of 2 credits. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 2 credit Applied Music Lessons. Non-music majors need permission of instructor

Introduces students to the uniqueness of pediatrics within our changing society. The course focuses on the care of the child through integration of theoretical principles and clinical experiences. Pediatric nursing emphasizes the ability to recognize no (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 108

NuR 107

Nursing Care of Clients and Families 10 cr

An ensemble that performs modern musical styles of rock, pop, folk-rock, and rhythm and blues. In addition, the ensemble creates original works and explores post-1945 avant-garde musical styles that have influenced popular music since the 1960s. Students should expect to practice and develop skills for reading music and playing by ear. The ensemble performs publicly twice each semester. NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 8 credits. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: Permission of instructor or Program Coordinator; basic instrumental or vocal proficiency; the ability to read and play chord changes

Focuses on the role of the practical nurse in the delivery of basic therapeutic, restorative and preventive nursing care in structured health care settings. The course emphasizes clients and their families as holistic beings adapting to common, well-defined health problems. The student uses the nursing process as a framework to study physiological and psychosocial health problems as they affect clients of all ages. The course provides instruction on anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology; physiologic changes related to all ages; nursing assessment, diagnosis and intervention, diagnostic tests and procedures; common therapeutic measures and patient education. The course includes vocational trends and entry into practice issues. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 105; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment

MuS 140

NuR 107C Nursing Care of Clients and Families Clinical 4 cr

MuS 139

Contemporary Music Ensemble 2 cr

vocal Jazz Ensemble 2 cr

An ensemble-based study of vocal jazz for singers and instrumentalists. Beginning and intermediate singers learn jazz standard repertoire, stylistic techniques, and perfomance elements of singing with rhythm section accompaniment. Advanced instrumental students in the group learn and practice the art of accompanying singers in a vocal jazz combo context. Students perform publicly twice each semester. NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 8 credits. (Offered: ) Prereq: None Recomm: Vocalists need basic vocal proficiency, instrumentalists need advanced proficiency; All students need permission of instructor or Department Chair.

MuS 147

Focuses on the role of the practical nurse in the delivery of basic therapeutic, restorative and preventive nursing care in structured health care settings. The course emphasizes clients and their families as holistic beings adapting to common, well-defined health problems. The student uses the nursing process as a framework to study physiological and psychosocial health problems as they affect clients of all ages. The course provides instruction on anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology; physiologic changes related to all ages; nursing assessment, diagnosis and intervention, diagnostic tests and procedures; common therapeutic measures and patient education. The course includes vocational trends and entry into practice issues. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 105; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment

Aural Skills I 1 cr

A practice lab in which students develop music listening and reading skills. This course emphasizes practical applications including ear training, sight singing, transcription, dictation, and conducting. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in MUS 107

MuS 221

NuR 108

Audio Recording and Production I 3 cr

Introduces students to basic practices in computer based audio recording, editing, and mixing. The course teaches students how to use Pro Tools software and hardware interfaces to make multi-track recordings. The course also introduces students to the role of the music producer. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor.

MuS 230

Applied Music 2-credit 2 cr

NuR 108C Obstetric Nursing Clinical 2 cr

Individual music lessons open to all students of any level or interest. Lessons meet for one hour per week. Students and instructors arrange regular meeting times on an individual basis. Music majors must take MUS 230 on a primary instrument for four se (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None. Recomm: concurrent enrollment in MUS 231

MuS 231

Recital Participation 0 cr

Fulfills one-fourth of recital attendance and performance requirement for music majors. Students must attend and perform in student recital events scheduled for the end of the semester. With direction from applied music instructors and the Music Program Coordinator, students are expected to prepare and perform one or more musical pieces in solo, duo, or group settings. NOTE: Students may repeat this course without limit. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: Non-music majors need permission of Music Program Coordinator; concurrent enrollment in MUS 230 for music majors

NURSING NuR 105

Practical Nursing Practicum 2 cr

Provides direct application of all the basic principles learned in NUR 103, BIO 194 and PSY 101. The course emphasizes the application of nursing concepts, skills, interventions and therapeutic communication principles to the delivery of holistic nursing care in structured health care settings. (Offered: Every January) Prereq: NUR 103; BIO 117 or BIO 194; PSY 101

NuR 106

Pediatric Nursing 2 cr

Introduces students to the uniqueness of pediatrics within our changing society. The course focuses on the care of the child through integration of theoretical principles and clinical experiences. Pediatric nursing emphasizes the ability to recognize no (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment; PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 108

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Obstetric Nursing 2 cr

Focuses on the care of families during the childbearing experience, including pregnancy, labor, birth, and the initial postpartum and neonatal periods. Utilizing the nursing process, students provide care to new mothers and neonates, integrating curriculum concepts. Teaching and learning is emphasized and the course concludes with an overview of women's health issues. The service learning component focuses on health promotion activities in selected community settings. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; enrollment in PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 106 Focuses on the care of families during the childbearing experience, including pregnancy, labor, birth, and the initial postpartum and neonatal periods. Utilizing the nursing process, students provide care to new mothers and neonates, integrating curriculum concepts. Teaching and learning is emphasized and the course concludes with an overview of women's health issues. The service learning component focuses on health promotion activities in selected community settings. (Offered: ) Prereq: NUR 101 or NUR 111; enrollment in PSY 217 or concurrent enrollment; BIO 196 or concurrent enrollment; SOC 101 or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 106

NuR 109

Advanced Concepts in Practical Nursing 5 cr

Continues to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for utilizing the nursing process through classroom and clinical experience to deliver holistic nursing care to individuals and their families as they adapt to common, well-defined health problems. Course topics include maternal, child and family nursing as well as leadership skills. The course emphasizes integration and application of all previous content in this final course of the curriculum with opportunities to practice supervision and delegation skills in the clinical area. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 107; PSY 217

NuR 111

Introduction to Nursing Process 1 cr

Introduces the concept of the curriculum framework: cultural competence, professional development, communication, collaboration, clinical reasoning and client-centered care. The nursing process is introduced as the foundation of professional nursing practice. Provides licensed practical nurses with the opportunity to demonstrate assessment of client's health status through the use of Gordon's functional health patterns and physical assessment skills. Attention to the impact and process of the LPN to RN role transition. Service learning is introduced and focuses on a health promotion activity provided in the community setting. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: Advanced placement into the ADN program with successful score in Excelsior Fundamentals exam; ENG 101, 103, or 105; BIO 195; PSY 101

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Credit Course Descriptions NuR 202

Medical-Surgical Nursing II 4 cr

A continuation of NUR 201 with an additional focus on developing time management and leadership skills. The course emphasizes honing the prioritization of individual client needs, and the incorporation of delegation, supervision and client advocacy into the professional nurse role. The course expands the teaching role of nurses to provide health promotion education to a selected community group. The service learning component focuses on health promotion activities in selected community groups. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 201, NUR 203, ENG 112, 114, or 116 or concurrent enrollment; any 3- or 4credit course coded AHS, ART, ASL, DAN, ENG, FLK, FRE, GGY, HIS, HUM, LAT, MUS, PCS, PHI, SPA, or THE (other than ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), 101, 103, 105 112, 114, 116) or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 204.

NuR 202C Medical-Surgical Nursing II Clinical 5 cr A continuation of NUR 201 with an additional focus on developing time management and leadership skills. The course emphasizes honing the prioritization of individual client needs, and the incorporation of delegation, supervision and client advocacy into the professional nurse role. The course expands the teaching role of nurses to provide health promotion education to a selected community group. The service learning component focuses on health promotion activities in selected community groups. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 201, NUR 203; ENG 112, 114, or 116 or concurrent enrollment; any course with advising code HC or HL or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 204

NuR 204

trends and Issues in Nursing 3 cr

Focuses on the political, social, economic, and legal issues that influence the nursing profession and the delivery of health services throughout the community. The course introduces the history of nursing, professional organizations, educational and employment opportunities in nursing and provides a context for professional practice. Students participate in credentialing activities related to licensure and continuing education. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: NUR 203. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 202

OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP OlP 146

Whitewater kayaking 2 cr

Promotes an understanding of American Canoe Association (ACA) river kayak curriculum. Topics include; moving and whitewater boat skills, strokes and maneuvers, paddling in a cold river environment, surfing and rolling, and river safety. This course progresses from flatwater review through moving and whitewater up to class II-III. Students participate in Advanced Swift Water Rescue training. Students participate in regional fieldtrips to area waterways. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112 and OLP 120

OlP 147

Mountaineering and Ice Climbing 2 cr

Provides students with an introduction to the philosophy and principles of mountaineering and ice climbing in New England. Topics include; equipment selection and use, mountain travel, objective hazard evaluation, safety systems, snow/ice climbing techniques, and climbing experiences. This course introduces AAIRE competencies and curriculum for avalanche awareness certificate. Students participate in local and regional field trips, including New Hampshire's White Mountains. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; successful completion of OLP 111, OLP 120 and OLP 143

OlP 202

Individual Project in Outdoor leadership II 1 cr

Continuation of OLP 201. Students complete and present the final project involving a significant expedition planned, curriculum development, or business plan. Self, peer, and instructor assessment will focus on research, written and oral communications, and unique personal inquiry. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 201

OlP 205

leadership and Group Management II 2 cr

Continuation of OLP 112. Students evaluate core competencies in outdoor leadership. Topics include: interpersonal relations skills, group development concepts, situational leadership, self-assessment, professional portfolio and job search, application and interview process. Students participate in fieldtrips. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 112

OlP 216

Adventure Program Planning and Fieldwork II 3 cr

Continuation of OLP 116. Topics include: managing logistics, organizing, conducting, and evaluating outdoor adventure education programs with diverse populations. Students refine their instructional and shared leadership abilities. Students participate in field trips. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP Participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120

OlP 230

Rock Climbing Instructor 2 cr

Introduces the professional Climbing Instructors Association (PCIA) instructor competencies and curriculum for institutional top rope rock climbing certification. Topics include: technical proficiency, selection of equipment, safety systems, site and group management, leadership and teaching approaches, curriculum development, and basic

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rock rescue. Students participate in local and regional fieldtrips, including Acadia National Park. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120.

OlP 231

River Canoe Instructor 2 cr

Introduces American Canoe Association (ACA) instructor competencies and curriculum for certification in canoe touring and river canoe courses. Topics include hazard assessment and safety, technical knowledge and skills development, decision-making and judgment, instructional and leadership abilities in a river environment. This course progresses from flatwater review through moving and whitewater up to class II-III. Students participate in Advanced Swift Water Rescue training. Students participate in regional field trips to area waterways. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120

OlP 232

Nordic Ski Instructor 2 cr

Introduces Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) competencies and curriculum for certification in Nordic Track and Skate and Nordic Downhill disciplines. Topics include: beginner and intermediate cross-country track and ski touring skills, technical knowledge, decision-making and judgment, and instructional/leadership abilities in low to moderate elevation snow terrain. Students participate in regional field trips. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112 and OLP 120

OlP 234

Challenge Course Practitioner 2 cr

Introduces Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) low and high ropes course competencies and curriculum for certification. Topics include: adventure foundations, facilitation and technical skills, risk management, program design, delivery and evaluation. Students participate in regional field trips. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120

OlP 238

Coastal kayak Instructor 2 cr

Introduces American Canoe Association (ACA) instructor competencies and curriculum for certification in kayak touring and coastal kayaking courses. Topics include hazard assessment and safety, technical skills development, technical knowledge, decision-making and judgment, and instructional and leadership abilities in a coastal environment, including proficiency in rescues. Students participate in pool sessions. Students participate in local and regional fieldtrips, including mid-Maine Coast. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; OLP 111, OLP 112, OLP 116 and OLP 120

OlP 239

Backcountry travel Instructor II 2 cr

Continuation of OLP 143. Students design, execute and evaluate a winter backcountry ski and snowshoe expedition and demonstrate core competencies for effective leadership. Topics include; advanced planning, winter navigation, snow/ice terrain, sled travel, snow shelters, cold-weather food management, and wilderness medical considerations. Students participate in field trips, including Adirondack State Park. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: OLP participants only; completion of OLP 143

PEACE & SOCIAL JUSTICE PSJ 225

Peacemaking and Sustainability in Practice: Strategies for a Sustainable Future 3 cr

An exploration of strategies for social change and creating an ecologically sustainable future. Students study the history of nonviolent and environmental movements and actions, the women and men who promote nonviolence and sustainability and under what cultural conditions social change occurs. The course gives special attention to the strategic significance of direct individual actions. Students complete a related service learning component in the form of a placement or action in the wider community. Special Requirement: Service Learning component of 21 hours is required. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: PSJ 101 or EVS 101; Recomm: PSJ101 and EVS 101

PERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS PCS 101

Public Speaking 3 cr

Principles of public speaking as communication, stressing the role of the speaker in the communication process. The course emphasizes the proper preparation and delivery of speeches. Each student delivers a minimum of five speeches and participates in small group activities. NOTE: Students may receive credit for PCS 101 or PCS 131, but not both. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment

PCS 131

Intercultural Communication 3 cr

Principles of communication, stressing the role of culture as a key variable in the communication process. Students examine the way culture and its various components affect the way humans communicate verbally and nonverbally. Students complete oral communication projects in the form of speeches and group discussions on subjects that pertain to culture and communication. NOTE: Students may receive credit for PCS 101 or PCS 131, but not both. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment

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Credit Courses PCS 141

Interpersonal Communication 3 cr

PSy 212

Provides an opportunity for students to increase their ability to communicate effectively in daily interactions through the study of basic interpersonal communication concepts and the practice of speaking, listening, and conflict resolution skills. Students identify and analyze current communication patterns as a step toward increasing interpersonal communication competence. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment

PSy 214

PHILOSOPHY PhI 103

Introduction to Philosophy 3 cr

Introduction to the major, classical philosophical problems through a thematic approach. Emphasis on active, informal discussion of contemporary issues. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

PhI 104

Introduction to Ethics 3 cr

Introduces the philosophical, theological, and theoretical foundations of ethics. The course surveys the range of applications in contemporary society including business, law, government, health care, and the media. It also examines specific issues such as distributive justice, capital punishment, Just War Theory, and cultural relativism. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

PhI 206

Environmental Ethics 3 cr

An examination of how philosophy has contributed to our thinking about environmental issues. The course surveys major influences in the development of environmental ethics including: the land ethic, biocentrism, deep ecology, ecofeminism, and social ecology. Applications to specific environmental issues allow students to clarify their own views and hone their critical thinking skills. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or permission of instructor

PHYSICS Phy 102

General Physics II 4 cr

A continuation of PHY 101, non-calculus treatment of the fields of light, electricity, and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics with some topics from modern physics. Lab required. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: PHY 101 or permission of instructor

Phy 112

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Politics of the Middle East 3 cr

Examines the politics of the Middle East from a thematic perspective and explores issues such as the formation of the state of Israel, oil, terrorism and modernization. The course focuses on particular political systems such as Democracy, Theocracy and Monarchy and countries such as Israel, Iran, and Saudi Arabia. The course also examines the current dynamic within Islam. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: POL 105 or POL 205 or permission of the instructor

PSYCHOLOGY PSy 101

Principles of Psychology 3 cr

Introduction to the field of psychology and human behavior. The student considers such topics as the history of psychology, research methods, psychophysiology, sensation, perception, learning, cognition, memory, development, motivation, personality, and mental illness. (Offered: Every Term) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

PSy 209

Abnormal Psychology 3 cr

PSy 217

human Growth and Development 3 cr

A survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from birth through death. Framework for the study of the individual's cumulative, integrative growth experience. Theories of development and their applications. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor

PSy 233

Child Behavior and Development 3 cr

Focuses on the development of the child from conception to adolescence. The concept of development is explored in depth and all aspects of the developing child are considered: social, emotional, physical, verbal, intellectual, and creative. Major theories of child development are reviewed. Research in child development is studied with particular attention paid to naturalistic observation. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor

SCI 103

Astronomy 4 cr

An introductory course in Astronomy. Students examine the history of the universe from 13.7 billion years ago to the present. Concepts include the nature of space and time, Quasars, galaxies, stars, star systems, planets, life, and how each has changed over time. Coursework involves independent article reviews, research, observing and reporting. Students learn to work with mathematical formulas and use scientific calculators. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores

SCI 110

American Politics 3 cr

American national government and politics. The principles, processes, and institutions which make up the American political system: constitutional framework; federalism; interest groups, parties, elections; Congress; the Presidency; the judicial system. Policymaking and contemporary problems. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

POl 207

Psychology of Peace, Conflict and violence 3 cr

A focus on the key concepts of peace psychology: the relationships among violence, social inequalities, peacemaking and the pursuit of social justice. Topics include ethnic conflict, family violence, hate crimes, militarism, conflict management, social justice, nonviolent approaches to peace, and peace education. Students examine systems of violence and systems of peace. Through lectures, discussions, readings, experiential activities, projects, film, and dialogue, students study the philosophy of non-violence, and develop more complex views of the immediate causes of violence and deeper appreciation for the structural roots of violence with an emphasis on healing from trauma through reconciliation methods. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores. Any 3credit course coded ANT, ECO, EVS, HSV, POL, PSJ, PSY, or SOC. Recomm: ENG 101, 103, or 105; PSJ 101 or PSY 101

SCIENCE

General Physics II with Calculus 4 cr

A calculus-based study of the laws of electricity and magnetism. Topics include properties of electricity and magnetism, fields, elementary electric current analysis, wave motion, electromagnetic waves. This course is taught in the physics laboratory using a combination of lecture, demonstration, discussion, and laboratory exercise. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: PHY 111; MAT 202 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 202

POl 101

Research Methods in Psychology 3 cr

Examines research methods in psychology as well as the importance of understanding the methodology to conduct research. Topics include typical research methods in psychology, ethical issues, interpretation and communication of research methods and results. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: PSY 101; PSY 210 or MAT 114 or permission of Social Sciences department chair. Recomm: ENG 101, ENG 103, or ENG 105

Community Energy Solutions 1 cr

Explores community-based solutions to our current environmental, energy and climate change crises. Students learn the fundamental concepts of energy use and conservation, different regional energy sources and their environmental and economic impacts, with an emphasis on exploring how sustainable energy systems create opportunities for social and economic justice. Students participate in field trips to grass-roots energy projects in the community. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None

SCI 117

Meteorology 4 cr

An introductory course in meteorology, which is a study of how the atmosphere interacts with solar energy to create dynamic weather systems. The student applies basic meteorological and climatological principles to the study of local and regional weather patterns. Students do a portion of their work in the computer lab. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores

SCI 119

Introduction to Global Warming 3 cr

An introduction to global warming and global climate change. Topics include climate change history and projections, the impacts of climate change, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change, and strategies to reduce the impact of global warming. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

A review of research methods, assessment procedures, the history of mental illness, and the major perspectives utilized in understanding mental illness. The course gives particular attention to the diagnostic system and categorization of conditions as developed by the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) as well as attention to current psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological treatment interventions. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: PSY 101

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Credit Course Descriptions SCI 120

Sustainable Energy: theory and Practice 4 cr

Explores the theoretical and practical aspects of renewable and nonrenewable energy sources with an emphasis on sustainable energy use and efficiency. Students investigate fundamental scientific concepts--in biology, chemistry and physics--that underpin energy efficiency and renewable energy (RE/EE) strategies and technologies, and provide a foundation for further technical study in the college certificate and degree programs. Topics include conventional and alternative power generation, solar (thermal and electric), wind, transportation, green building and building efficiency, climate change, bioenergy, sustainable agriculture and others. Field trips and labs provide hands-on experience working with a variety of energy technology models. Students explore potential career and educational pathways in the field. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or concurrent enrollment; ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test score.

SCI 127

Introduction to Sustainable Design and Green Building 3 cr

An introduction to sustainable design and Green building. Topics include the study of energy issues related to buildings. Additional topics include residential building site analysis and design; air, heat and moisture flow; Green building materials; climate and designing with nature; energy conservation and efficiency; sustainable energy systems; and on-site power generation. Students visit Green buildings to reinforce classroom learning. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 105, ENG 090, and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

SCI 128

Solar thermal Systems 3 cr

An examination of solar water heating for domestic hot water, house heating, swimming pool heating, process heating and electrical generation. Topics include system economics, environmental benefits, siting and sizing of systems, types of systems, equipment installation, operation and maintenance. Students assemble and operate a domestic solar hot water system. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: MAT 105, ENG 090, and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

SCI 131

Introduction to Piping 2 cr

An introduction to piping and materials used to install various piping systems, with an emphasis on solar thermal energy applications. Topics include analysis and characteristics of the most commonly used piping system materials - copper, steel and polyvinylchloride (PVC); best methods to join these materials; and calculation and proper assemblage of basic piping projects. NOTE: Course is taught at an off campus location. Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use power tools. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores

SCI 135

Green Careers Exploration & Career Skill Building 3 cr

Explores the diverse array of expanding green career opportunities and the impact of sustainability on existing occupations and industries. Students engage local community members, organizations and employers. Students develop important work-finding skills such as resume creation, interviewing and networking. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090) or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: CIS 140 or competency in word processing & spreadsheets.

SCI 136

Applied Residential Energy Auditing 1 cr

A hands-on use of equipment for conducting a residential home energy efficiency audit. Students perform an inspection and evaluation of the exterior and interior of an actual structure; operate a blower door and measure air leakage; evaluate air sealing and insulation; test heating systems, stoves and water heaters. Successful completion of SCI 136 prepares students to take the Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst I Field Exam. Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use power tools. Must be able to handle test equipment weighing up to 20 pounds. Must be able to climb short ladders and be capable of wearing a respirator and a dust mask. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: MAT 105, ENG 090, and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores; SCI 126 or concurrent enrollment

SCI 137

SCI 221

Photovoltaic (Solar Electric) Installation 3 cr

An examination of the practical skills needed to install utility-connected and off-grid Photovoltaic (PV) systems. Topics include the study of electric load analysis, system and component design and sizing, system siting, shading, electrical and mechanical system configuration, and safety and electrical and building code compliance supplemented with hands-on system installation. Successful completion of this course enables the student to sit for the NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) PV Entry Level Certificate. With additional education, training and installation experience, this certificate can lead to becoming a NABCEP Certified PV Solar Installer. In Massachusetts, only licensed electricians may install PV systems. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Spring & Summer) Prereq: SCI 112 and SCI 121

SOCIOLOGY SOC 101

Principles of Sociology * 3 cr

The study of society through basic concepts and scientific methodology. Examines culture, social systems, institutions, status, role, norms, interaction, deviance, small groups, and social stratifications. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

SOC 108

Crime & Punishment in the u.S.: A Sociological Overview * 3 cr

An examination of a variety of perspectives on crime and punishment in U.S. society-from personal testimonies to historical accounts, from statistical reports and articles to documentary film and popular media. This interdisciplinary course is appropriate for a wide variety of students in social sciences, criminal justice, humanities, and the arts. Its aim is to cultivate a transformative conversation between students of diverse backgrounds. Topics include: History of incarceration in the U.S., the economics of the contemporary prison system, gender and incarceration, concepts of retributive and restorative justice, race and the legacies of slavery, enfranchisement and education, and shifting attitudes towards crime and punishment. Classes meet at the Franklin County House of Correction (FCHC)in Greenfield. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: Special application and interview process; permission of the instructor/Education Director at FCHC required.

SOC 201

Social Problems * 3 cr

A sociological examination of the nature, structure, causes, and consequences of social problems, with a particular focus on their interconnections. The course uses major theoretical frameworks to examine social problems at both the micro and macro level. The course investigates a variety of social problems, with a focus on problems in the United States. The course examines how to define and distinguish social problems from social issues. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: SOC 101

SOC 208

Sociology of Gender * 3 cr

A focus on sociological dimensions of gender. This course examines the ways in which society and its institutions create, maintain and reproduce gender. Students investigate how gender categories are constructed and represented, and examine the consequences of these categories for the lives of individuals. Students learn about the significance of gender differences in the experiences of women, men, and transgender people on the micro and macro levels. The course investigates structural inequalities and the reproduction of those hierarchies in social processes and in everyday life, especially within the matrix of race, class, and gender. Contemporary research on gender is incorporated into the course. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: SOC 101

Permaculture Design 4 cr

An introduction to permaculture: a practice of designing systems, modeled from ecological relationships, that respects the land while serving its inhabitants. Topics include permaculture theory, innovative techniques, systems-thinking, and site assessment and analysis. (e.g. patterns of sun/shade, drainage, vegetation). Lab components include handson learning and technical skills through field work on campus, field trips, and design studio. Students apply these skills to a real design project and recommend appropriate permaculture applications such as perennial food production, soil regeneration, and integrated water management. Note: students who successfully complete a minimum of 72 class hours and the final design project will receive a Permaculture Design Certificate. Special Requirement: Field trips required. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090, ENG 094 (COL 090), and MAT 090, or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: SCI 125 and or SCI 138 and/or any course coded AGR

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Credit Course Descriptions SPANISH SPA 101

THEATER

Elementary Spanish I 4 cr

thE 101

Fundamentals of Spanish. The course emphasizes the acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities and extensive laboratory practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: None

SPA 102

Introduction to theater 3 cr

An introductory course for students who are interested in theatre and performance but may or may not have any direct experience. The course explores all the basic elements of Theatre Arts: its origins, history, cultural importance and relevance in modern society. It also focuses on each aspect of production: acting, directing, dramaturgy and design. Students read and study major works and have the opportunity to see, discuss, and analyze live performance. The course provides a sampling of the many kinds of experiences that can be had in the Theatre as a practitioner and/or audience member. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

Elementary Spanish II 4 cr

Fundamentals of Spanish. The course emphasizes continued acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, and extensive laboratory practice. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Prereq: SPA 101 or equivalent.

thE 105

Play Analysis 3 cr

An intensive immersion workshop conducted in Spanish. For students who have completed at least SPA 101 or who are returning to the study of Spanish. Using the material studied in SPA 101, students practice and internalize the basic building blocks of Spanish in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Class time is spent on pair and small group work, drill, video, readings, and authentic materials. (Offered: Every January) Prereq: SPA 101 or equivalent or permission of instructor

Concentrates on the interpretation and analysis of various types of dramatic literature. Students learn to explore and respond to plays effectively in the context of dramaturgical elements such as plot, theme, character development, structure and other critical components specific to the genre. The course covers a variety of traditional and contemporary forms and texts. Students also explore the challenges and opportunities of translating these texts into live production and film. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

SPA 201

thE 113

SPA 111

Spanish Skills Practice I 2 cr

Intermediate Spanish I 4 cr

The intermediate study of Spanish. The course emphasizes continued acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, idioms, structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, video, and selected readings. The class is conducted in Spanish. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: SPA 102 or equivalent.

SPA 202

Intermediate Spanish II 4 cr

Conclusion of the basic intermediate sequence in Spanish. The course emphasizes continued acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, idioms, structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, video, and selected readings. The class is conducted in Spanish. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: SPA 201 or equivalent.

SPA 256

Spanish Reading for Communication 3 cr

Emphasizes continuing acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, idioms, and cultures through an introduction to authentic Spanish -language texts. Students study a representative selection of Spanish readings. The readings serve as the basis of class discussions, dramatizations, and oral and written assignments. Students practice reading comprehension, study idiomatic speech, analyze cultural content, and examine historical contexts within the selected readings. The instructor and the students conduct the class in Spanish. NOTE: Course offered in Spring 2012 semester only. (Offered: Periodically) Prereq: SPA 202 or equivalent

Fundamentals of Acting 3 cr

An introduction to acting with emphasis on characterization, voice, and movement, as well as varieties of acting techniques, script analysis, improvisation, and theatre games. Students prepare monologues, scenework and short one-act plays. The course also emphasizes the uses of acting skills to improve self-confidence and self-expression. (Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: none

thE 133

College theater Workshop 1 cr

Practical experience in acting, house management, public relations, publicity, shop and production crews as the current G.C.C. semester production requires. NOTE: Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 4 credits. No more than one credit may be earned in any given semester. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ENG 090 and ENG 094 (COL 090), or satisfactory placement test scores

thE 213

Advanced Acting 3 cr

Explores the actor's use of improvisation, character development, motivation, and action through internal and external techniques. The course includes an in-depth concentration in training, theory, and practice in relation to character, scene and ensemble work. These studies are directly applied in workshops, rehearsal, and performance. (Offered: Every Spring) Prereq: THE 113

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Dinner available until 6 pm Monday–Thursday at the GCC Dining Commons

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Greenfield Community College Associate Degree and Certificate Programs Associate of Arts Degree

Associate of Science Degree

Certificate Programs

• Business Administration transfer (BAt) • liberal Arts

• Accounting (ACC) • Art/visual Arts (AvC) • Art/visual Arts Masstransfer Option (AvA) • Computer Information Systems (CIS) • Criminal Justice (CRJ) ➀ • Criminal Justice Masstransfer Option (CJC) ➀ • Early Childhood Education Masstransfer Option (ECE) ➁ • Engineering Science (EGS) • Fire Science technology (FSt) • Management (MAN) • Marketing (Mkt) • Nursing (NuR) ➂ • Office Management (OMN)

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you may focus on one of the following options (your diploma will read “liberal Arts”) • American Studies (LAS) • Art (LAA) • Computer Science (LCS) • Computer Science Applications (LCA) • Dance (LAD) • Economics (LES) • Education (LEO) • English (LAE) • Environmental Science (LEN) • Farm and Food Systems (LFF) • Food Science (LFO) • Gender and Women’s Studies (LGW) • Healing Arts (LHA) • Health Science (LAH) • Hospitality and Tourism Management (LHT) • Human Services (LHS) • International Studies (LIS) • Math-Science (LMO) • Music (LMU) • Peace, Justice and Environmental Studies (LPE) • Renewable Energy/ Energy Efficiency (LRE) • Science-Math Education (LSM) • Social Sciences (LSS ) • Theater (LAT)

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Digital Media (DME) Early Childhood Education (lEC) ➃ Entrepreneurship (ENt) Environmental Science (NRC) human Services (hSv) Office Assistant (OFF) Outdoor leadership (OlP) ➄ Paramedic (PMC) ➅ Practical Nursing-l.P.N. (PNC) ➆ Real Estate (RSt) Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency (REE) Web Development and Design (WDD)

Programs in Collaboration with Neighboring Community Colleges • Physical therapist Assistant • Radiologic technology Program

Police Career Incentive Pay Program (PCIPP) or Quinn Bill approved by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children Accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission Program not eligible for federal and state financial assistance Accredited by the Association for Experiential Education Accredited by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Office for Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration for Nursing


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