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SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT COURSES

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SPRING 2020

Workforce Training | Travel & Tours | Nursing & Allied Health Professions Physical Fitness | Driver Education | Preschool & Youth Programs | Art, Crafts & Hobbies...& More!

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020

EARLY LEARNING CENTER HALF-DAY PRESCHOOL

FULL-DAY PRESCHOOL

September–May Limited Enrollments Available

Accepting Enrollments Year-Round

YOUNG 3-YEAR-OLDS Tuesday/Thursday 9–11:30 AM | $155/month

2- TO 5-YEAR OLDS Full Week Monday–Friday $225/week

• MSDE-approved Creative Curriculum

Partial Week 3 or fewer days per week $180/week

• Outside Playground

3-YEAR-OLDS Tuesday/Thursday 9–11:30 AM | $155/month Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9–11:45 AM | $185/month 4-YEAR-OLDS Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9 AM–12 PM | $215/month Monday-Friday 9 AM–12 PM | $320/month

Center operating hours are 6:30 AM to 6 PM. A healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided.

• Maryland EXCELS Participant • Interactive Smart Boards • Indoor Activity Room

For more information, contact Jen Eder at 443.412.2393, jeder@harford.edu. 401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, Maryland 21015 www.harford.edu/ELC


WELCOME

TO OUR SPRING SCHEDULE OF CLASSES!

Now is the perfect time to boost your career, earn a certificate or degree, or learn something new! All of Harford's programs and classes—workforce development, community education, and credit—are included in this schedule. There is something for everyone! What are you waiting for? Hope to see you on campus or online this spring!

REGISTRATION

WHAT'S INSIDE COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Credit Classes Visit the Registration and Records office located in the Student Center at Harford Community College.

Creative arts classes including ceramics, drawing, and painting; crafts, such as glass works and paper crafts; hobbies; music; photography; driver education and motorcycle safety; financial planning; foreign language; fitness and wellness; seniors; youth and more!

Continuing Education Classes

Visit the registration desk in Edgewood Hall on the Harford Community College campus.

Open:

PG. 7

ACADEMIC PREPARATION

MON-THU: 7:30 AM-6:30 PM FRI: 7:30 AM-4:30 PM

PG. 39

SAT prep, Adult Basic Education, GED test prep, and English as a Second Language.

Contact: 443.412.2376, option 1

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

PG. 42

Registration instructions and form, financial aid information, general information, campus map, and off-campus course sites.

SYMBOLS KEY

Icons u = Senior Adult and Disabled

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply ¥ = Transcript Available µ = Flash Drive Required

PG. 49

Computer training; workforce development certifications and courses; nursing and allied health programs and certifications; and professional career training including business, human resources, leadership, service career training, and more!

Abbreviations MON=Monday TUE=Tuesday WED=Wednesday THU=Thursday FRI=Friday SAT=Saturday SUN=Sunday

ONLINE TRAINING CLASSES

PG. 78

CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES PG. 91

BUILDINGS

A complete listing of all spring credit classes.

Classes that meet in a Harford Community College building are listed with the abbreviation as shown below, followed by a dash and the room number. For example, if a class meets in Room 014 in Joppa Hall, it would be listed as J-014. A=Aberdeen Hall C=Chesapeake Center E=Edgewood Hall J=Joppa Hall M=Maryland Hall SC=Student Center HHH=Hays-Heighe House

B=Bel Air Hall DH=Darlington Hall H=Havre de Grace Hall L=Library S=Susquehanna Center ELC=Early Learning Center

ANATOMY OF A COURSE Introduction to Business Computing Course Description

Classes that meet in a non-Harford Community College building are listed with the full name.

BUILDING LOCATIONS

A map of all campus buildings can be found in the General Information section of this book on page 45. For addresses of off-campus locations, see page 46.

Course Number (use this to register) Course Meeting Day(s) Course Meeting Time(s)

Course Title

Are you a new computer user? Learn the basics of Microsoft Windows, file management, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and Microsoft PowerPoint. Produce a document, make a spreadsheet, create a database, and create a presentation. Textbook purchase required. Icons (see explanation in box at left) u¥µ CRN: 25207

Tuition: $79

Fee: $55

TUE 2/11-3/18 9 AM-12:10 PM Sessions: 6 E-215 J. Reilly Tuition Course Location (building and room)

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Instructor

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Number of Sessions

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020

TABLE OF CONTENTS

35 COMMUNITY EDUCATION

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CREATIVE ARTS

YOUTH Youth Arts/Crafts................................................35 Cooking..............................................................36 Homeschool........................................................36 Music..................................................................37

PREPARATION 40 ACADEMIC Academic Skills...................................................40

Art.........................................................................8 Ceramics...........................................................8 Drawing............................................................8 Painting.............................................................9 Cooking..............................................................10 Crafts..................................................................11 Hobbies...............................................................12 Beekeeping......................................................12 Floral Design...................................................12 Photography....................................................13

Adult Basic Education | Literacy.........................40 English as a Second Language.............................41 GED Test Preparation.........................................40 Literacy Education Volunteer Program...............41

INFORMATION 42 GENERAL Registration Instructions.....................................42

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DRIVER EDUCATION | MOTORCYCLE SAFETY Driver Education.................................................14 Driver Improvement............................................14 Motorcycle Safety...............................................15

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ENRICHMENT Communication..................................................16 Financial Planning...............................................16 Savvy Social Security Series.................................17 Foreign/Sign Language........................................18 History................................................................19 Literature............................................................21 Music..................................................................22 Religious Thought...............................................22 Writing................................................................23

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Workforce Development H.O.T. Certificate .Programs Mean Wages & Employment Growth................48

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RECREATION | FITNESS WELLNESS Adult Dance........................................................24 Boating Safety.....................................................24 Certifications.......................................................24 Fishing................................................................25 Fitness Classes.....................................................25 Health/Wellness...................................................26 Physical Education..............................................27 Swimming/Aquatics............................................28

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SENIOR ADULT

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TRAVEL TOURS

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Financial Aid.......................................................43 General Information...........................................44 Campus Map & Policies.....................................45 Off-Campus Course Sites....................................46 Registration Form...............................................47

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Trips | Tours........................................................30 Travel Liability Form..........................................34 Upcoming Travel Opportunities..........................33

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COMPUTER TRAINING Big Data, Data Analytics.....................................52 CISCO................................................................55 Cloud Computing...............................................53 CompTIA Certifications.....................................53 A+ Certification...............................................53 Network+ Certification...................................54 Security+ Certification.....................................54 CASP Certification..........................................55 Computer Fundamentals.....................................50 Computer & Network Security..........................55 Computerized Accounting..................................52 Microsoft Certifications......................................50 Microsoft Office Applications.............................51

TRADES | TECHNOLOGY Applied Engineering Technician..........................57 Apprenticeships...................................................56 Electrical..........................................................56 HVAC.............................................................56 Building Maintenance.........................................59 Commercial Truck Driver...................................58 Construction.......................................................59 Drone Technology...............................................63 Environmental Technology.................................64

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NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS Certified Nursing Assistant.................................69 Classes Offered...................................................71 CPR | First Aid....................................................73 Dental Assistant..................................................67 Emergency Medical Technician...........................68 Expanded Functions Dental Assistant.................68 Histologic Technician..........................................68 LPN to RN Transition........................................74 Medical Administrative Assistant........................68 Medicine Aide.....................................................69 Nurse Refresher................................................. 69 Paramedic...........................................................69 Phlebotomy.........................................................70 Physical Therapy Technician...............................70

COURSES 78 ONLINE Allied Health.......................................................78 Computer Training.............................................78 Trades/Technology..............................................79 Professional.........................................................79

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PROFESSIONAL Business and Management..................................80 Career Development...........................................80 Harford Leadership Academy.............................83 Human Resources...............................................81 Leadership...........................................................82 Project Management...........................................82 Real Estate..........................................................83 Small Business.....................................................83 Small Business Development Center Series (Digital Marketing for Business).........................84 Small Business Development Center Series (An Entrepreneurship Overview)........................85

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SERVICE Animal Services ..................................................86 Animal First Aid & CPR.................................87 Dog Grooming................................................86 Veterinary Assistant.........................................87 Bartending...........................................................87 Child Care...........................................................88 Culinary Technician............................................89 Floral Design.......................................................89 Nail Technician...................................................90

CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

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HCC BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Forklift Training..................................................65 Heavy Equipment Operations.............................62 Home Improvement License...............................60 Home Inspection License....................................61 HVAC & Refrigeration.......................................61 Industrial Technology.........................................65 Machine Manufacturing.....................................65 Refrigerant Recovery Certification Prep.............64 Solar Photovoltaic Installer.................................62

LISTED BY DIVISION Arts and Humanities...........................................92 Behavioral and Social Sciences............................99 Community Education, Business, and Applied Technology...................................102 Nursing and Allied Health Professions.............104 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics..............................................105 Programs of Study.............................................108 Credit Certificates.............................................108 Degrees Offered................................................108

Cordell E. Hunter, Sr. Chair, Councilmanic, At-Large Representative

Laura L. Henninger, Esq., CPA Vice Chair, At-Large Representative

Judith A. Holloway, O.D., M.S.

Steve Linkous

Christopher C. Payne

James W. McCauley, Ph.D.

Councilmanic District E Representative

Councilmanic District A Representative

Brian Walker

Councilmanic District C Representative

Councilmanic District D Representative

Councilmanic District F Representative

Richard P. Streett, III, D.V.M. At-Large Representative

Vacant

Councilmanic District B Representative

The Schedule of Classes is a publication supported by Harford Community College and its Board of Trustees and is intended to illustrate the College’s vision: to be a national higher education leader by transforming lives through imagination, compassion, and rigor. Harford Community College provides accessible, innovative, learner-centered education opportunities and as an open-access institution, promotes graduation, transfer, individual goal attainment and career and workforce development. The College fosters lifelong learning, global awareness, and social and cultural awareness.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020

Study online with

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Harford Community College offers these classes in partnership with ed2go.

ONLINE CLASSES Visit www.ed2go.com/harford and choose from hundreds of courses. Affordable Education!

115 or $299

$

for most courses

Flexible Scheduling within a 6-week course timeline

ONLINE CAREER TRAINING

Online classes begin once a month, and lessons may be completed anytime, from any computer, during the 6-week class sessions.

Online career training courses through ed2go are designed to provide advanced training and certifications that will make you more marketable in the workplace. Courses are on-demand­—they do not have a set start date. Begin whenever you choose and complete lessons at your own pace. All textbooks are included in the cost and will be mailed to you.

Registration must be completed online at www.ed2go.com/harford. Once payment has been made, you will receive your log-in information.

All ed2go courses are listed with an HCC course number. Registration must be completed through the standard HCC noncredit registration process (see page 42). Once registered, you will be contacted by email with log-in information.

CLASSES BEGIN MONTHLY

Register and begin classes any time you choose!

For course descriptions, visit www.ed2go.com/harford.

A sample of COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS

foundation online classes: ACADEMIC/SAT PREPARATION

Achieving Top Search Engine Positions

Grammar Refresher

Computer Skills for the Workplace

PRAXIS Preparation

Introduction to Linux Keyboarding Using the Internet in the Classroom

INTERNET AND WEB SOLUTIONS Achieving Top Search Engine Positions Creating Web Pages Designing Effective Websites Introduction to CorelDRAW

GARDENING Growing Your Own Plants for Fun and Profit

GRE, GMAT and LSAT Preparation

Start Your Own Edible Gardens

HEALTH/WELLNESS

Teaching ESL/EFL

Introduction to Natural Health and Healing

COOKING

Lose Weight and Keep it Off

Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals

HOBBIES

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Genealogy Basics

Creating K-12 Learning Materials Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom

HEALTHCARE & MEDICAL Spanish for Medical Professionals Human Anatomy and Physiology

Intermediate Dreamweaver Introduction to Animate

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For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION


COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 Drawing with Pen and Ink Investigate a new drawing medium with pen and ink. Practice mix media drawing with a variety of wet mediums and learn different techniques in shading, texture, depth and value. Complete assignments that focus on a specific skill related to pen and ink drawing.

u CRN:

25239

Tuition:

65

$

Fee:

39

$

WED 4/1-4/29 2-4:30 PM Sessions: 5 J-015 J. Branch

Fundamentals of Drawing

CR EATIVE ARTS

ART

DRAWING

CERAMICS

Capturing a Likeness

Ceramic Raku Workshop Learn Raku, the ancient Japanese style of firing pottery. Pieces can be made on the potter’s wheel or by hand-building. Participate in the firing process and leave with your finished work at the end of the firing day. Class hours are: first session: Saturday, 12-5 PM; second session: Sunday, 12-3 PM; third session: Friday, 5:30-9:30 PM; fourth session: Saturday, 9 AM-6 PM. No experience necessary. CRN:

25247

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

45

$

FRI, SAT, SUN 5/30-6/7 Sessions: 4 J-070 G. Walsh See description for times.

Ceramics: Wheel-Throwing Workshop Work at the potter’s wheel in the Harford ceramics studio and learn the fundamentals of throwing clay. After creating various forms, learn to bisque-fire, and then how to glaze the finished product. Bring a bucket, sponge, and towel. Pottery tools may be purchased at the College Store. CRN:

25248

Tuition:

129

$

Fee:

50

$

SAT 2/1-4/11 9 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 10 J-070 G. Walsh No class 3/21.

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Appropriate for the beginner or as a refresher for the out-of-practice artist. By using a series of simple exercises, you will learn accurate proportions, shapes, textures, and values within a composition, culminating in an individual project of the student’s choice. CRN:

Learn what’s important to capture a likeness in drawing portraits. Using a photo or white cast as reference, you will develop a portrait in charcoal or pencil. Each class starts with a 15-30 minute demonstration/lecture covering these topics: Block-in Methods, Boney Landmarks and Proportions, Facial Features I, Facial Features II, and Creating Mass and Form. Individual instruction follows each demo.

25198

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

WED 2/12-4/22 10 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 10 J-015 J. Branch No class 3/18.

u CRN:

25253

Tuition:

65

$

Fee:

39

$

WED 1/29-2/26 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 5 J-016 C. Fifty

Drawing with Color Improve your drawing skills by incorporating the use of color. This class introduces dry color mediums such as color pencils and pastels to create vibrant drawings.

u CRN:

25196

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

TUE 2/11-4/21 1:30-4 PM Sessions: 10 J-015 J. Branch No class 3/17 .

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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Drawing by instructor Ellie Tryon, member of the Harford County Artists Association, Arts by the Bay Gallery, and Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association.

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CREATIVE ARTS Still Life Drawing

NEW!

Create your version of still life drawings in a variety of media such as pencils, charcoal and oil pastels. Go beyond the traditional fruit bowls and flower vases to learn some dynamic techniques and tricks to bring your art work to the next level. Prior art experience not needed; this class is for all levels.

Art Dabbler

u CRN:

25500

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

29

$

TUE 2/4-2/25 7-9 PM Sessions: 4 J-016 N. Murphy

PAINTING NEW!

Advanced Painting Skills Improve your painting skills by studying underpainting, color theory and color mixing and incorporating these techniques in your work.

u CRN:

25197

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

MON 2/10-4/20 2-4:30 PM Sessions: 10 J-015 J. Branch No class 3/16.

NEW!

Alcohol Inks Experiment with a new growing media for arts and crafts—alcohol inks. Create several projects including a wine bottle light, abstract style paintings, and tiles. Alcohol inks are a fluid, vibrant coloring medium that are a fun way to add color to products. No artistic experience needed! CRN:

25499

Tuition:

19

$

Fee:

19

$

SAT 2/1 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Session: 1 J-016 N. Murphy

Landscape Painting

NEW

Love art and being creative but not sure what media works best for you? Come create and experiment with a little smorgasbord or art sampler. Create a collage, a felt (wool needle work) work, a few drawings and even paintings. Novice or experienced artists can learn some new techniques and tricks. Go outside your comfort zone and try something new. CRN:

25502

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

10

$

TUE 3/31-4/28 6:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 5 J-016 N. Murphy

NEW! Bob Ross Painting Learn to paint “happy little trees” in the Bob Ross style. Once you have mastered this skill, you will learn to paint calm landscapes one technique at a time until you create your own masterpiece. No prior experience necessary, only a desire to paint. Classes are taught by a Bob Ross-trained and certified instructor. Student should bring the following items to each class: Bob Ross Master Paint set with full brush set (approx. $68 through Jerry’s Artarama), Terpenoid Natural (no substitute for our enclosed area), 16” x 24” canvases (8-10 or one per class needed), and refill paints as needed (Bob Ross paints only). CRN:

25510

Tuition:

89

$

Fee:

15

$

MON 3/2-4/27 5:30-8 PM Sessions: 8 J-016 M. Silver No class 3/16.

Introduction to Painting Investigate painting with acrylic or oil paint. Practice color theory, stylistic choices, and various application techniques while working from a still life. Finish the course by creating a painting of your choice with assistance of the instructor and class critiques. Those returning to painting are welcome.

u CRN:

25195

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

TUE 2/11-4/21 9:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 10 J-015 J. Branch No class 3/17.

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Choose your preferred painting medium (oil, watercolor, or acrylic) as you develop your own personal, artistic style. Focus on painting skills and techniques necessary to create beautiful landscape artworks. Paint in various locations on campus and participate in critique and classroom discussions about artwork and the art-making experience.

u CRN:

25194

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

MON 2/10-4/20 10 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 10 J-015 J. Branch No class 3/16.

Landscapes in Watercolor For the beginner and more experienced student wanting to learn how to execute landscapes in luminous, transparent watercolor. Emphasis is on good composition, color properties, and watercolor techniques including wet into wet, lost edges, and glazing. A supply list will be discussed at the first class.

u CRN:

25147

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

MON 2/3-4/13 10:30 AM-1 PM Sessions: 10 J-016 R. Cooper No class 3/16. CRN:

25148

Tuition:

119

$

Fee:

65

$

THU 2/6-4/16 1:30-4 PM Sessions: 10 J-016 R. Cooper No class 3/19.

Landscapes on Canvas Learn how to execute landscapes in oils or acrylics. Explore various techniques including alla prima (wet into wet), underpainting, and layering. Emphasis is on good composition, color properties, and confident brushwork. Materials will be discussed during the first class. All levels welcome.

u CRN:

25150

Tuition:

129

$

Fee:

65

$

MON 2/3-4/13 2-5 PM Sessions: 10 J-016 R. Cooper No class 3/16. CRN:

25149

Tuition:

129

$

Fee:

65

$

FRI 2/7-4/24 10 AM-1 PM Sessions: 10 J-016 R. Cooper No class 3/20 or 4/10.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 Understanding Color Theory Learn the principles of color theory and put these theories to use in your art. Topics include complementary colors vs. primary colors, warm colors vs. cool colors, hue, chroma, value, and how to mix primary colors to make all the colors you would ever want. CRN:

25191

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

29

$

TUE 2/25-4/7 6-8:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 E. Tryon-Elgin No class 3/17.

Watercolor Floral Painting Learn to paint glowing florals in luminous, transparent watercolors. Simple to more complicated shapes will be covered, as well as color properties, glazing, and lost-edge techniques. A supply list will be distributed at the first class. If you have supplies, bring them to the first class.

u CRN:

25146

Tuition:

Indian Cuisine

COOKING

119

$

Fee:

65

$

THU 2/6-4/16 10 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 10 J-016 R. Cooper No class 3/19.

Watercolor Fundamentals This is a methodical and structured approach to painting dynamic range, mood-rich watercolors. Learn about basic materials, tools, and techniques as well as the importance of composition, value range, color, and edge control.

Asian Cooking Want some delicious, healthy alternatives? Try stir frying! Try different sauces, vegetables, and preparation techniques for your eating pleasure. This is predominately a demonstration class; however, each session you will try your hand at stir frying and sample the foods we prepare. The last session culminates in a feast, as each participant creates a dish for all to share. CRN:

25503

Tuition:

59

$

TUE, THU 6:30-9 PM E-159

Fee:

59

$

4/7-4/16 Sessions: 4 S. Woo

Drinks and Desserts from the Middle East Non-alcoholic drinks and desserts are the focus of this class. Each beverage and dessert, which will have a Middle Eastern flair you can easily make at home. CRN:

25212

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

MON 5/4-5/18 6:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 3 E-159 R. Muhi

NEW!

Healthy Plant-Based and Vegan Foods

Are you interested in eating more plant-based or vegan foods to improve your health, for compassion for animals, or to reduce your impact on the environment? This course will introduce you to delicious u and nutritious plant-based foods, including a disease-fighting sweet citrus kale salad, a $ $ CRN: 25209 Tuition: 129 Fee: 65 hearty lentil vegetable soup, creamy cashew THU 2/6-4/16 cheese macaroni and peas, homemade 6-9 PM Sessions: 10 yogurt for sweet and savory dishes, and an J-016 Staff almond joy cookie made from dates, nuts, No class 3/19. and a chocolate ganache. CRN:

25596

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 3/3-3/10 6-9 PM Sessions: 2 E-159 W. McPherson CRN:

25549

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

SAT 2/1-2/8 2-5 PM Sessions: 2 E-159 W. McPherson

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Love food spiced up with earthy spices like cumin, cardamom and cinnamon? Then you’ll love this class! Let’s get together to cook and taste delicious Indian food. Experiment with recipes including Paneer Tikka, Samosa, Creamy Butter Chicken Curry, Kadhi Pakora, Chicken Korma, Cumin Rice, and others. Come to class hungry! CRN:

25210

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

59

$

TUE 2/4-2/25 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 E-159 S. Arora

Indo-Chinese Cuisine Learn to make Chinese food with an Indian flare and learn the origin of this unique cuisine. Recipes include Chinese Bhel, fried rice, Manchurian, Hakka noodles, and other delicious recipes. CRN:

25211

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 4/21-5/5 6-9 PM Sessions: 3 E-159 Staff

Middle Eastern Kitchen The Middle Eastern kitchen is full of savory dishes that are economical, healthy, and easy to make. Experiment with recipes such as hummus, tabouli, falafel, foul mudammas, baba ganoush, along with different rice dishes, kabobs, and other Middle Eastern favorites. CRN:

25504

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

59

$

THU 2/6-2/27 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 E-159 R. Muhi

Tofu, Tempeh, and Plant-based Meats Tofu and tempeh are made with protein-packed soy and are staples for many who follow a plant-based diet. Learn their importance in a vegan diet and practice recipes ideal for breakfast, lunch and dinner. CRN:

25550

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

WED 5/6-5/13 6-9 PM Sessions: 2 E-159 W. McPherson

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CREATIVE ARTS Soup and Salad Meals

Mosaic Flower Pots

Quick and easy meals at your fingertips! Learn some of Chef Ellie’s favorite soup and salad combinations. Recipes are perfect as side dishes or can be served as the main dish.

Create a one-of-a-kind mosaic flower pot! Learn basic mosaic cutting techniques using glass and grouting techniques. Students will cut and glue glass pieces onto their flower pots and will also learn to grout their flower pots. Supply fee is $25 payable to the instructor.

CRN:

25283

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

49

$

THU 3/5-3/26 6-9 PM Sessions: 3 E-159 E. Doyle

Fused Jewelry Make your own gifts and give them to the special people in your life. Create one-of-a-kind pendants, bracelets, pins, wine bottle stoppers, and more, using fusible glass, dichroic glass, frit, and mosaic pieces. Supply fee of $25 payable to the instructor. No glass cutting experience required.

25157

Tuition:

29

$

MON 2/10 6:30-9:30 PM Session: 1 J-015 P. Stein CRN:

25158

25159

Tuition:

29

$

MON 4/13 6:30-9:30 PM Session: 1 J-015 P. Stein

CRAFTS

CRN:

CRN:

Tuition:

29

$

WED 3/11 6:30-9:30 PM Session: 1 J-015 P. Stein

Mosaic Paver Create a stepping stone paver for your garden using broken ceramic tile/glass. Students will bring a concrete paver (e.g. 12x12) or two regular-sized bricks to class (can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowe’s). $15 supply fee payable to the instructor which includes glass/tile, adhesive and grout. CRN:

25160

Tuition:

29

$

MON 5/11 6:30-9:30 PM Session: 1 J-015 P. Stein

NEW!

Welcome spring with these brilliant bird houses made from gourds. You will be provided with pre-cut gourds for the birdhouses and will make two different styles. Paint one with alcohol inks and create a bird house with modern, flowing color, and paint the other with traditional designs using acrylic paints. Birds will inhabit these art works, adding additional beauty to your backyard. No experience needed—just love of nature and art!

Gourd Group This creative evening allows those interested in gourd crafts to share ideas and tips to get the most from their gourds. It is open to anyone who has previously taken a gourd class. Cost is $10 per semester. The Gourd Group meets once a month and participants are notified of the meeting dates by email. Current meeting date is the last Wednesday of the month. CRN:

25551

Course fee:

25501

Tuition:

21

$

Fee:

10

19

$

SAT 3/7 9:30 AM-1 PM Session: 1 J-016 N. Murphy

$

Design and create at least three glass projects. Learn the history and techniques of glass cutting, soldering, and copper foiling. Students should wait until first class session to know what supplies are needed. Students are responsible for cost of supplies at approximately $75. CRN:

Painting Bird Houses

CRN:

Stained Glass Beginning

25153

Tuition:

79

$

Fee:

21

$

WED 1/29-3/4 6:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 P. Stein CRN:

25154

Tuition:

79

$

Fee:

21

$

WED 3/25-4/29 6:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 P. Stein

Stained Glass Studio Need designated time and space to work on your stained glass project? Join HCC each week for stained glass studio time. NO INSTRUCTION is included but advice and suggestions abound. For the experienced stained glass lover. CRN:

25155

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

19

$

WED 1/29-3/4 6:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 P. Stein CRN:

25156

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

19

$

WED 3/25-4/29 6:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 P. Stein

WED 1/29-6/24 6-9 PM Session: 6 J-016 Volunteers

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 FLORAL DESIGN

HOBBIES

Easter Basket Fill a fun, festive basket with shades of spring flowers and accessories. CRN:

25277

Tuition:

31

$

Fee:

31

$

WED 4/8 6-9 PM Session: 1 Harford Technical HS-012 D. Flack

Create colorful, eye-catching, fresh floral arrangements as you learn the basic principles of floral design. Take home a completed arrangement each week. Material fee includes fresh flowers, containers, and equipment for each project.

Beekeeping This class is offered in partnership with the Susquehanna Beekeepers Association and introduces students to the basics of beekeeping. Learn to assemble and maintain equipment, examine honeybees, manipulate hives, manage diseases and parasites, and start your own beekeeping business. Material fee includes a one-year membership in the Susquehanna Beekeepers Association. Last session meets at a local bee-yard for hands-on experience.

u CRN:

25282

Fee:

60

$

FRI 2/28-4/17 7-9 PM Sessions: 7 B-236 C. Preston No class 3/20.

CRN:

25274

Tuition:

98

$

Fee:

Your mom is going to love the design you make of carnations, alstromeria, baby’s breath, and greens in a white basket. CRN:

25275

31

$

Fee:

31

$

WED 5/6 6-9 PM Session: 1 Harford Technical HS-012 J. Kortisses

89

$

Have you ever wondered how a florist gets a flower vase to look so perfect? You won’t wonder again after creating a stunning bouquet of roses, arranged to perfection in a glass vase. CRN:

25278

Tuition:

31

$

Fee:

31

$

THU 2/13 6-9 PM Session: 1 Harford Technical HS-012 D. Flack

WED 1/15-2/19 6:30-9 PM Sessions: 6 Harford Technical HS-012 J. Kortisses

St. Patrick’s Day Pup-of-the-Irish This is the luckiest puppy around and you will love having him in your home and in your design. He is made with seasonal green flowers and is on a bed of festive flowers. CRN:

25276

Tuition:

31

$

Fee:

31

$

TUE 3/10 6-9 PM Session: 1 Harford Technical HS-012 J. Kortisses

Sympathy Floral Design for Floral Certification

Students should bring floral tools to class or they can be purchased from the instructor at the first class.

This class is designed to introduce students to the mechanics of sympathy floral design. Students will design and create four basic arrangements: a dish garden, a basket design, a spray easel and a saddle design. Students will also be introduced to the many aspects of funeral orders and delivery procedures.

u CRN:

25339

Tuition:

209

$

Fee:

249

$

WED 3/11-4/1 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 Harford Technical HS-012 J. Kortisses

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Tuition:

Valentine’s Dozen Roses Vase

Introduction to Floral Design

BEEKEEPING

Thanks, Mom!

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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CREATIVE ARTS

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photoshop Basics This course is an introduction to basic Photoshop tools used to enhance and improve photographs. Focus on crop tools, exposure adjustment tools, color management tools, black and white conversion tools, and saving options. Please bring a thumb drive of 10 of your photos with you to class.

Digital Photography I Learn to see like a photographer as you master all the buttons and controls particular to your camera. Take good shots in modes other than auto and discover how to take portraits, landscapes, night portraits, macros, and sports/action shots. Bring your camera with user manual and a flash drive or memory card reader.

uµ CRN:

uµ CRN:

25182

Tuition:

89

$

Fee:

25176

Tuition:

89

$

Fee:

49

$

CRN:

CRN:

25161

Tuition:

89

Fee:

49

$

49

WED 4/8-4/29 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 DH-348 T. Grumbach

Digital Photography Critique Lab

Build on your knowledge of shooting in aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual mode. Learn more advanced techniques involved in aperture and depth of field. Learn light metering modes and auto exposure bracketing and more. Shoot in manual and fine tune your ability to have full artistic control of your images. Bring your DSLR camera fully charged to class.

u CRN:

25167

Tuition:

89

$

Fee:

49

$

SAT 5/2-5/23 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 4 DH-348 T. Grumbach

Fee:

49

$

25163

Tuition:

79

$

Fee:

49

$

Photoshop 2: Building on the Basics

$

Digital Photography: Advanced Techniques

79

$

MON 4/6-4/27 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 J-006 T. Grumbach No class 4/13.

TUE 3/3-3/31 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 DH-348 L. Gerber No class 3/17. $

Tuition:

TUE 2/4-2/18 6-9 PM Sessions: 3 J-006 T. Grumbach

SAT 2/1-2/22 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 4 E-143 T. Grumbach CRN:

25162

Take your digital photographs to the next level learning how to discuss, analyze, and critique photography. In this lab course, students will be participating in weekly photo challenges, turning in photos to be critiqued by peers and the instructor, and participating in positively critiquing their peers’ photos! Prerequisite of Digital Photography 1 or higher OR an in-depth understanding of aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and composition. CRN:

25165

Tuition:

89

$

Fee:

49

$

TUE 3/3-3/31 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 DH-210 T. Grumbach No class 3/17.

Continue to build on your knowledge of Adobe Photoshop CC. Move beyond basic adjustments and learn to resize your photos, create actions and copyright signature stamps, create and use layers, use advanced selection tools, and more. Prerequisite: Introduction to Photoshop or basic knowledge of Photoshop CC. Bring a thumb drive with 10 of your own photos to use.

uµ CRN:

25166

Tuition:

89

$

Fee:

49

$

TUE 5/5-5/26 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 J-004 T. Grumbach

Secrets to Amazing iPhone Pics Learn the secrets to using the native iPhone camera app, the Camera+ 2 app, and the Snapseed App to create amazing pictures on your iPhone! Instructor will cover shooting techniques, camera setting options, and tips for each of the apps. Bring your iPhone (with Camera+ 2 app and Snapseed app installed) and the phone’s charger. CRN:

25164

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

49

$

SAT 3/7-3/28 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 E-149 T. Grumbach No class 3/21.

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 CRN:

25226

Tuition:

335

$

TUE, THU 6-9:15 PM J-013 CRN:

25227

25228

25

$

1/14-2/13 Sessions: 10 T. Foster Tuition:

335

$

SAT, SUN 3-6:15 PM J-013 CRN:

Fee:

Fee:

25

$

1/18-2/16 Sessions: 10 D. Albright Tuition:

335

$

Fee:

25

$

MON-FRI 2/24-3/6 6-9:30 PM Sessions: 10 J-013 T. Foster CRN:

DRIVER EDUCATION & MOTORCYCLE SAFET Y

DRIVER EDUCATION

Driver Education

Behind-the-Wheel Instruction Do you need extra hours behind the wheel? HCC is offering individualized sessions to help you prepare for your driver’s test or just increase your level of comfort behind the wheel. Students must have a valid learner’s permit or driver’s license. Fee:

105 for two-hour session 170 for four hours $ 235 for six hours

$ $

* 30 hours of classroom instruction (10 3-hour sessions) * 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction by appointment * Classroom instruction meets in Joppa Hall, Rm. 13. * Students have 3 years to complete all requirements.

CRN:

25230

MVA-approved Online Driver Improvement Program: Register online. Read course materials online. Call 443.412.2177 to make an appointment to take the in-person test. Pass the exam and you're done! You must be 18 or older for online study.

CRN:

25231

CRN:

25232

CRN:

25233

Tuition:

335

$

Fee:

25

$

Tuition:

335

$

Fee:

25

$

Tuition:

335

$

Fee:

25

$

Tuition:

335

$

Fee:

25

$

MON-FRI 6/1-6/12 6-9:15 PM Sessions: 10 J-013 T. Foster

u

75

$

|

25

$

MON-FRI 5/11-5/26 6-9:15 PM Sessions: 10 J-013 T. Foster No class 5/21 & 5/25.

This course meets the MVA GRADUATED LICENSING PROGRAM. Parent or driver coach requested to attend the first class session, mandatory for students. Optional for parents of students 18 and over at time of class.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

Fee:

MON-FRI 4/27-5/8 6-9:15 PM Sessions: 10 J-013 T. Foster

Contact Continuing Education 443.412.2177, if you have any questions.

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335

$

MON-FRI 4/13-4/24 6-9:15 PM Sessions: 10 J-013 T. Foster

* Bring a pencil and pen to each class.

Online Driver Improvement Program (DIP)

Tuition:

MON-FRI 3/30-4/10 6-9:15 PM Sessions: 10 J-013 T. Foster

* Students who do not complete in 3 years will have to retake the class.

Call 443.412.2177, for registration information.

Fee:

This course is required for those who want to obtain a driver’s license. To register, bring proof of age (birth certificate, learner’s permit, or valid passport) to Harford Community College’s Edgewood Hall. Students must be age 15 by first class session.

25229

www.harford.edu/register


DRIVER EDUCATION Basic Rider Course We provide the motorcycles for the beginning rider with little or no riding experience. Includes at-home e-course, classroom, and riding instruction. E-course must be completed prior to first day of class. You must be able to ride a bicycle to participate in this course. You must provide driver's license and valid email address at the time of registration. If a student is under 18 years of age, he/she must have a parent or legal guardian present at first class session to sign release waiver.

u CRN:

25479

Tuition:

189

$

Fee:

110

$

WED, THU 4/15 & 4/16 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 J-012 Staff

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY The following courses are approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). • Motorcycle Safety & Licensure (Basic Rider Course) • Alternate Basic Rider Course • Advanced Motorcycle Rider Course An online version of the Rider Handbook is available at: http://www.msf-usa.org/ downloads/BRCHandbook.pdf. You must register for motorcycle safety training classes in-person, or by mail/fax and include a copy of your driver’s license. Please call 443.412.2177 for registration information. Although helmets (DOT-certified), gloves, and eyewear are provided, for your best comfort and fit, you should consider bringing these items with you, if you have them, for the range part of the course.

Additional meeting times and/or dates

Alternate Rider Course Do you have some riding experience and are seeking a Class “M” license? Can you use the clutch and throttle to get the motorcycle in motion, stop the motorcycle properly in a designated area, execute gradual and tight turns, up- and down-shift smoothly, and achieve a speed of at least 25 mph? Please provide driver’s license number at the time of registration. If a participant student is under 18 years of age, he/she must have a parent or legal guardian present at first class session to sign release waiver.

u CRN:

25481

Tuition:

129

$

Fee:

110

$

SAT, SUN 4/18 & 4/19 8 AM-1:30 PM J-012 Staff CRN:

25480

Tuition:

189

$

Fee:

110

$

WED, THU 4/22 & 4/23 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 J-012 Staff Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT, SUN 4/25 & 4/26 8 AM-1:30 PM J-012 Staff CRN:

25482

Tuition:

189

$

Fee:

110

$

WED, THU 5/13 & 5/14 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 J-012 Staff

SAT 5/2 Additional meeting times and/or dates 7:30 AM-3:30 PM Session: 1 SAT, SUN 5/16 & 5/17 J-012 Staff 8 AM-1:30 PM CRN:

25484

Tuition:

129

$

Fee:

110

$

J-012 Staff

25483

SAT 6/6 CRN: 7:30 AM-3:30 PM Session: 1 WED, THU J-012 Staff 6-9 PM

Classes will be held in the rain as long as conditions are safe; the decision will be made onsite at the time. We break for hard rain, lightning, or other unsafe conditions.

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

Tuition:

189

$

Fee:

110

$

5/27 & 5/28 Sessions: 4 J-012 Staff Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT, SUN 5/30 & 5/31 8 AM-1:30 PM J-012 Staff

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 FINANCIAL PLANNING Elder Law and Asset Protection Protect and preserve assets during the retirement years. This course is for seniors and family members who may be called upon to deal with these issues. Topics include minimizing the high cost of nursing homes, keeping assets in the family, and tax-reducing techniques. The course is co-taught by an experienced elder law attorney and a chartered financial consultant.

ENRICHMENT

Relationship Literacy

Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This class will introduce students to professional voice acting and explore numerous aspects of work for television, radio, audiobooks, documentaries, and the Internet. Learn to prepare the all-important demo to be successful and earn money in this field. Go to www.voicecoaches.com/gptt for more information. CRN:

25497

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

10

$

MON 2/10 6:30-9 PM Session: 1 B-103 Voice Coaches CRN:

25498

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

10

$

Learn how to find true love and maintain a healthy relationship. Students will discover and learn from their mistakes to make better choices. The focus is not on placing blame for a divorce, break-up, or separation. It will instead keep the focus on “the buyer” or the person who is choosing their mate. After all we can only control ourselves. By the end of the course, students will know what it takes to attract the right person and maintain the relationship. Text included. CRN:

25241

CRN:

25471

Tuition:

33

$

Fee:

33

$

SAT 2/29-3/14 9:30-11:30 AM Sessions: 3 B-236 A.Albidress

COMMUNICATION NEW! Getting Paid to Talk

u

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

15

$

MON 3/2-3/23 6:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 3 B-103 F. Ogunjinmi No class 3/16.

MON 5/11 6:30-9 PM Session: 1 B-103 Voice Coaches

Financial Planning for New Families and Millennials A financial planning course for new families and millennials. What you learn here will help you live well for decades. Key topics include effective budgeting, funding your retirement, saving for your children’s college, managing debt, and reducing your financial risk. CRN:

25470

Tuition:

45

$

Fee:

12

$

WED 2/5-2/12 6-8 PM Sessions: 2 DH-228 K. Bress

Fundamentals of Investing Learn about ways to generate income, reduce taxes, and protect assets from inflation. Learn the four most common mistakes people make and ways to avoid them. Emphasis on real-life examples of success with tax-free bonds, stocks, and mutual funds. Changes in the tax law will be covered.

u CRN:

25467

Tuition:

33

$

Fee:

33

$

TUE 4/7-4/21 6-8:30 PM Sessions: 3 DH-210 R. White

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For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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www.harford.edu/register


ENRICHMENT Legacy Planning for Baby Boomers What would happen to your loved ones if something should happen to you? Would they have a process to follow, or would their world be engulfed in chaos? Legacy Planning takes you beyond estate documents, discussing how you can convert chaos to clarity and closure. Legacy Planning follows a logical progression, and each participant will be given a workbook for planning purposes. Legacy planning is a dynamic process that is not hard—you just need to get started! CRN:

25476

Tuition:

40

$

WED 4/22 6:30-8:30 PM Session: 1 B-243 C. Wolpoff

Long Term Care Insurance Start the Conversation One of the wisest things anyone can do to prepare for their financial future is learn about long-term care services long before they are needed. Knowing and understanding the choices puts you in a better position to make wise decisions and avoid stress when care is needed. Learn how to protect your family, start a retirement nest egg, and avoid a stressful lifestyle. CRN:

25473

Tuition:

29

$

Fee:

9

$

TUE 3/10 11 AM-1 PM Session: 1 DH-136 M. Barnickel CRN:

25474

Tuition:

29

$

Fee:

9

$

THU 4/23 6:40-8:40 PM Session: 1 DH-136 M. Barnickel

Medicare Planning for Baby Boomers When you turn 65, the federal government gives you a birthday present: Entrée into the brave new world of Medicare. This course will address Medicare basics and help you navigate through potentially costly traps. We will also discuss how to shop for the private insurance you need to supplement Medicare. CRN:

25475

Tuition:

40

$

WED 4/1 6:30-8:30 PM Session: 1 B-243 C. Wolpoff

Savvy Social Security: Planning Strategies for Couples The Social Security decisions spouses make when they are in their 60s will determine the amount of total income they will receive over their lifetime including the lifetime of spouse who lives the longest. This session will cover the little-known rules and claiming strategies that can help married couples coordinate their claiming decisions to get more out of the Social Security system.

Retirement Asset Management

CRN:

It’s not just what you save for retirement; it’s how you manage it. Learn the 13 mistakes to avoid when managing money during retirement. Maximize retirement income, minimize tax burden, and spend your money the way you want. Class is co-instructed by a Certified Financial Planner specializing in retirement income planning and a CPA.

u CRN:

25468

Tuition:

28

$

Fee:

28

$

SAT 2/1-2/8 9:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 2 B-241 A. Albidress CRN:

25469

Tuition:

28

$

Fee:

28

$

WED 4/22-4/29 6:15-8:45 PM Sessions: 2 B-242 A. Albidress

SAVVY SOCIAL SECURITY SERIES Savvy Social Security: Planning Strategies for Women Social Security is one of the few income sources that keeps up with inflation and lasts for life. But most women fail to maximize their benefits because they don’t understand the little-known rules and claiming strategies that can help them get more out of the system. This session will cover essential information all women need to have if they are concerned about financial security and retirement. CRN:

25492

Tuition:

25493

Tuition:

40

$

WED 3/25 6:30-8:30 PM Session: 1 B-243 J. Davis

Savvy Social Security: Planning Strategies & Basic Rules to Maximize Retirement Income Social Security is far more complicated than most people realize. The claiming decisions you make now can have a tremendous impact on the total amount of benefits you stand to receive over your lifetime. This session will review 5 factors to consider when deciding when and how to apply for benefits, when it makes sense to delay benefits—and when it does not, and how to coordinate Social Security with your other sources of retirement income. CRN:

25494

Tuition:

40

$

WED 4/8 6:30-8:30 PM Session: 1 B-243 J. Davis

Wills, Estates, and Trusts Planning now may save your family a lot later! Learn the basics of what should be in your will, essential legal documents, and how trusts work. Concepts covered are probate, federal estate tax law, home deeds, and asset protection strategies.

u CRN:

25472

Tuition:

28

$

Fee:

28

$

SAT 3/28-4/4 9:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 2 B-243 K. Bress

40

$

WED 3/11 6:30-8:30 PM Session: 1 B-243 J. Davis

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 FOREIGN/SIGN LANGUAGE Conversational Arabic This course is designed to introduce the student to the standard Arabic language in a cultural context. Learn basic grammar, vocabulary, and idiomatic expressions that are necessary for travel, business, and everyday conversation. The emphasis is on listening, speaking, and mastering the Arabic alphabet.

u¥ CRN:

25246

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

TUE 2/11-4/21 6:30-9 PM Sessions: 10 B-202 R. Muhi No class 3/17.

French-Advanced

Italian Conversation I

After completing French II (or equivalent), continue with French language instruction at a higher level. Build a larger vocabulary, increase fluency, and explore culture and customs. The emphasis is on how to hold a conversation, read, and write French. Textbook purchase required.

Learn how to speak Italian with an instructor who is a native speaker. Conversation, reading, and vocabulary are coupled with culture in this class. Textbook purchase required.

CRN:

CRN:

25281

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

MON 2/3-4/27 5:15-7:15 PM Sessions: 12 B-104 C. Calhoun No class 3/16.

German I

Visiting France? Hosting an exchange student? Learn the basic structure and vocabulary of the French language, as well as French customs, culture, and civilization. Textbook purchase required.

Learn the basic vocabulary, grammar, and idiomatic expressions of German to provide a sound basis for further study. Beginning reading and conversation in German are stressed. Students will also learn about German culture, history, food, and customs. Great for those planning to travel to Germany, Austria, or Switzerland for business or pleasure. Textbook required for first session.

French I

CRN:

25279

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

MON 2/3-4/27 3-5 PM Sessions: 12 B-104 C. Calhoun No class 3/16.

CRN:

25244

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

TUE 2/4-4/28 5-7 PM Sessions: 12 DH-126 G. Marquardt No class 3/17.

French II

German II

A continuation of French I with continued emphasis on reading and speaking French. A variety of materials will be used for further study of French culture and traditions. Uses same textbook as French I.

Prerequisite: German I or equivalent, 2 years of high school German within the last two years, or permission of instructor. The emphasis of this course is on progressive reading and speaking skills through dialogue, role-playing, and conversational exercises. A study of basic grammar is included. A variety of materials will be used for the further study of German life, culture, and traditions. Textbook required for first session.

u¥ CRN:

25280

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

TUE 2/4-4/28 3-5 PM Sessions: 12 B-104 C. Calhoun No class 3/17.

25254

25245

109

$

Fee:

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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55

$

After completing the basics of “Italiano,” students continue with the Italian language at a higher level. There is an emphasis on a variety of topics important to the Italian culture that are more in depth than in the previous class. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25255

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

TUE 2/18-4/28 6:15-8:15 PM Sessions: 10 B-202 M. Perino No class 3/17.

Italian for Travelers CIAO! This class is designed specifically for travelers and tourists. Learn enough to have a level of comfort in Italy (or host an exchange student). Textbook purchase required.

25256

Tuition:

59

$

TUE 5/26-6/16 4-6 PM Sessions: 4 B-202 M. Perino

55

$

TUE 2/4-4/28 7-9 PM Sessions: 12 DH-126 G. Marquardt No class 3/17.

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Fee:

Intermediate Italian

CRN:

Tuition:

109

$

TUE 2/18-5/12 4-6 PM Sessions: 12 B-202 M. Perino No class 3/17.

u¥ CRN:

Tuition:

www.harford.edu/register


ENRICHMENT

HISTORY

Spanish I: Culture & Language Your trip to Spain or Latin America can be more enjoyable after a course in basic grammar and conversation. The focus is on real-life situations. You’ll learn to order meals, go sightseeing, ask directions, and have basic conversation as you learn about Spanish-speaking culture. Textbook announced first day of class.

u¥ CRN:

25173

Tuition:

109

Fee:

55

$

Spanish II: Conversational Review the fundamentals of grammar and then expand your ability to communicate about your experiences and daily life. The emphasis is on structure and practical use of the language. Textbook purchase required (same as Spanish I).

25178

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

55

$

WED 2/5-4/29 7:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 12 DH-126 A. Zuniga No class 3/18.

Sign Language for Fun Learn signs to communicate basic ideas and information in this fun class for all ages. Topics include proper use of the manual alphabet, signs for family and places, animals, money, feelings, food, and other basics of communication.

¥ CRN:

25563

Study the Battle of the Little Big Horn where US forces under Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer were defeated by an alliance of the Lakota Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho Indians. This battle would ultimately signal the defeat, in spite of the Indian victory, of the Plains Indians.

u $

TUE 2/4-4/28 7:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 12 DH-228 A. Zuniga No class 3/17.

CRN:

Battle of Little Big Horn

Tuition:

48

$

Fee:

48

$

WED 3/4-4/29 5:30-7:30 PM Sessions: 8 B-228 M. Silver No class 3/18.

CRN:

25168

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

31

$

TUE 2/4-2/11 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 2 E-222 N. Noppinger

Current Issues and Political History Discussion Join us each week for a discussion of today’s political, social, and economic issues from various viewpoints. Interesting topics, interesting discussions. Make it a part of your week.

u CRN:

25174

Tuition:

99

$

Fee:

59

$

WED 3/4-5/13 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 10 C-Dining Room P. Smeton/ No class 3/18. D. Harris

Founding Fathers and Mothers Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison, presidents, legislators, and war heroes, but what do we know about the wives, daughters, girlfriends, and significant others who were influential in their lives? Learn what the history books have neglected to teach us through lecture and video clips. Examine the founders’ policies, their views on the Constitution, and their relationships with each other.

French and Indian War Study the British conquest of French America as you learn about the war that served as the training ground for a young George Washington. The French and Indian War, aka the Seven Years War, was one of the first truly global “world” wars and was fought on every continent with the exception of Antarctica.

u CRN:

25172

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 5/5-5/19 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 3 E-222 N. Noppinger

Genealogy Research Discover your roots. Gain basic genealogical information and techniques for researching family history using local sources and the Internet. Discuss documenting and publishing research findings. Learn how to find and use genealogical source records, how to apply research strategies, and how to keep yourself organized. CRN:

25234

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 2/4-2/18 1:30-4 PM Sessions: 3 J-004 M. Dixon

u CRN:

25192

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

29

$

TUE 2/11-2/25 6-9 PM Sessions: 3 B-103 E. Mease

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 NEW!

NEW!

Examine the dark underside of history, shocking murders from long ago that once stunned communities and filled newspapers with sensational headlines. Students will examine the early workings of the criminal justice system and what law enforcement did or could have done to solve cases and bring about justice. The course will consider local and national crimes as we take up the project of CSI, the historical edition.

King George III ruled the British kingdom through some turbulent times including the American Revolutionary War after which the colonies gained independence. Following the lecture, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant with our instructor where you can continue the dialogue about one of Britain’s longest-reigning monarchs. Lunch included.

Intriguing Cold Cases

u CRN:

History of the First Ladies Examine and discuss the lives of America’s Presidential wives throughout history. Review the early years, education, social status, careers before the White House, and life after the White House. In addition, students examine the First Ladies’ years in the White House and their impact on their husbands’ presidency and on American society and culture.

u CRN:

25190

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

42

$

THU 5/28-7/2 6-8:30 PM Sessions: 6 E-222 P. Heline

NEW!

History of U.S. Vice Presidents: John Adams to Daniel D. Tompkins Review and analyze the lives and public careers of the Vice Presidents of the United States. Study the early careers of these men, along with their political and personal views on issues facing the nation at the time, and their actions while in the Vice Presidency.

u CRN:

25189

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

42

$

THU 5/28-7/2 2-4:30 PM Sessions: 6 E-222 P. Heline

25236

Tuition:

24

$

Fee:

24

$

TUE 4/14-4/21 2-4 PM Sessions: 2 E-222 M. Dixon

Jamestown vs. Plymouth One sought religious freedom, the other gold. For decades they have been in competition for the hearts of America. This course will compare and contrast the competitive histories of Jamestown and Plymouth from their beginnings in 1607 and 1620 respectively, and show how these different establishments created “America the Beautiful.”

u CRN:

25193

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

29

$

Lunch and Lecture: King George

CRN:

25553

Lost Villages on the Susquehanna The Conowingo Dam had a tremendous impact on the landscape and people of Harford and Cecil counties. Trace the history of the dam and how it changed this rural area in northeastern Maryland.

u CRN:

25235

Lunch and Lecture: Patrick Henry Patrick Henry was an American attorney, planter, and orator best known for his declaration to the Second Virginia Convention: “Give me liberty, or give me death!” A Founding Father, he served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia, from 1776 to 1779 and from 1784 to 1786. Following the lecture, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant with our instructor where you can continue the conversation. Lunch included. Fee:

64

$

FRI 5/29 10 AM–2 PM Sessions: 1 E-219 P. Heline

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Tuition:

32

$

Fee:

29

$

TUE 3/3-3/10 1:30-4 PM Sessions: 2 E-222 M. Dixon

NEW!

25552

64

$

THU 6/4 10 AM–2 PM Sessions: 1 E-219 P. Heline

TUE 3/24-4/7 6-9 PM Sessions: 3 B-103 E. Mease

CRN:

Fee:

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ENRICHMENT

LITERATURE

Rommel and North Africa Study the Campaign for North Africa, one of the longest land campaigns of World War II. What started out as a sideshow quickly became the principal theater for land operations which pitted the Western Allies against the forces of Italy and Germany. Particular focus will be placed upon the creation and tactical use of Germany’s famed Afrika Korps under the command of the Desert Fox Erwin Rommel.

NEW!

An Inspector Calls Explore the fascinating short play An Inspector Calls (1945) by British playwright J. B. Priestly, alongside its recent BBC film adaptation (2015). This drawing room drama looks at one mysterious and troubling night in the lives of the prosperous Birling family in order to analyze the political climate and class warfare of post-Victorian/pre-WWI England. Readings will be provided in class.

u CRN:

25171

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 4/7-4/21 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 3 E-143 N. Noppinger

CRN:

Spanish American War This class covers the Spanish-American War in which the United States defeated Spain and acquired the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Guam, and de facto control of Cuba. This war led to the rise of the United States as a world power in which the U.S. gained international prestige. The class focuses on the naval war in the Philippines and Cuba, as well as the land campaigns in Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines.

u CRN:

25169

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

u

31

$

TUE 2/25-3/3 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 2 E-143 N. Noppinger

Theodore Roosevelt as Commissioner

Tuition:

22

$

WED 3/11 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 1 E-222 D. Munsen

The 82nd Airborne Division NEW! Learn about the 82nd Airborne Division from its transition from an infantry division to an airborne one. The main focus is on the division’s actions in World War II, but it will include its service during the Cold War, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Desert Storm and the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars. The class will be taught by a combat veteran of the division.

u CRN:

25170

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

31

$

TUE 3/24-3/31 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 2 E-143 N. Noppinger

In 2020, the nation will observe the passage of 100 years since women gained the right to vote. For this anniversary, this course examines the long struggle to extend voting rights to women. The national, state and local perspective are considered.

25237

Tuition:

Fee:

19

$

Drinks with Dorothy Parker Meet Dorothy Parker, an American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist. Best known for her wit, wisecracks, and eye for 20th century urban foibles, Parker rose to acclaim, both for her literary output in such venues as The New Yorker and as a founding member of the Algonquin Round Table. Portrayed by Harford Community College professor Colleen Webster. Appetizers and one cocktail included. Additional beverages may be purchased on your own. CRN:

Voters at Last

CRN:

29

$

NEW!

During his tenure as police commissioner, Reformer Theodore Roosevelt cleaned up the vast corruption that plagued the New York City Police Department from 1895-1897. Examine how after two years, he was able to resign his position and how he left the department in a much better state.

25564

Tuition:

FRI 3/6-3/13 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 2 E-222 L Browning

NEW!

CRN:

25544

25505

Fee:

49

$

FRI 2/21 3-5 PM Session: 1 Vandiver Inn, C. Webster Havre de Grace MD

22

$

TUE 3/31 2-4 PM Session: 1 E-222 M. Dixon

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 MUSIC

NEW!

How to Read Literature

RELIGIOUS THOUGHT

Acquaint yourself with some of the foundational principles and techniques of literary analysis with Thomas C. Foster’s entertaining guide "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" (2003). Join us as we learn how to apply new interpretive skills to our personal and group reading endeavors, so that you, too, can “read like a professor.” Readings will not be provided in class, so participants are encouraged to obtain a copy of the text prior to the first course date.

u CRN:

25188

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

49

$

FRI 3/27-5/8 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 7 E-222 L. Browning

NEW!

To Kill a Mockingbird This course looks at the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (1960) as a companion course for the HCC trip to see the Broadway production of the play on March 11, 2020. Join us as we explore this unforgettable story for its literary merits and historical significance for American culture more broadly. Readings will not be provided in class, so participants are encouraged to obtain a copy of the text prior to the first course date.

u CRN:

25187

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

49

$

MON 1/27-3/9 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 7 E-222 L Browning Travel with Harford Community College to see the Broadway performance of To Kill a Mockingbird on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. For details, see page 31.

A Victorian Era Conundrum Examine events unfolding in various places in the world including America, Europe and the Middle East during the 19th century. Focus will be on the development of several religious movements, including that which was begun by the Bab and further developed by Baha’u’llah. Selections from the Baha’i Sacred Writings will be offered and opportunities for further reading will be made available.

Beginning Piano Lab for Adults/Teens

u

Study music fundamentals such as note reading, rhythm, and theory; piano techniques and interpretation; methods for analyzing music and developing good practice habits; sight reading; and ensemble playing on electric pianos. Textbook purchase required. CRN:

25185

Tuition:

69

$

Fee:

40

$

THU 2/6-3/12 7:15-8:45 PM Sessions: 6 J-114 S. Winter

Class Piano: Intermediate Begin with a short review of major and minor scales, intervals up to an octave, secondary chords, and syncopation. Then continue your study with an emphasis on reading music, harmonizing, playing by ear, and improvising. Outside practice is required. Textbook purchase required. CRN:

25186

Tuition:

69

$

Fee:

40

$

THU 4/2-5/7 7:15-8:45 PM Sessions: 6 J-114 S. Winter

Literary Tour of New England June 2020. See page 33 for details.

CRN:

25565

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

42

$

TUE 3/3-3/31 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 4 E-223 M. Dixon No class 3/17.

Faith of Our Fathers A driving force behind the Revolutionary War and the final split from Great Britain was the influence of religion. The conflict went beyond a particular desire to worship freely. The purpose of this course is to look into the window of 18th century colonial religion and to provide a corrective to many of the misconceptions about the role of faith in the lives of our founding fathers. A book by Alf J. Mapp, Jr. will be used for the study.

u CRN:

25181

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

42

$

THU 2/20-3/12 10 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 4 E-222 S. Melton

Judaism’s Gifts to the World Learn how major Jewish ideas have become universal values. In Judaism’s Gifts to the World, we unpack six of the world’s most cherished values and how they were delivered to humankind by the Torah. By tracing the journey of these values to the mainstream, we’ll discover their timeless gifts of clarity, consistency and confidence—unique lights on the way to our own daily moral choices.

u CRN:

25572

Tuition:

48

$

Fee:

52

$

TUE 1/28–3/3 11 AM–12:30 PM Sessions: 6 E-232 Rabbi Schusterman

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ENRICHMENT Pathway to Peace This is an opportunity to learn how a community is overcoming past divisions and separations, to guide the world toward a more peaceful and prosperous future. Study materials will include, but not be limited to ‘The Promise of World Peace’ which can be found online. Prospective students may also want to reference the website of the Baha’i Chair for World Peace at the University of Maryland, where students and visiting professors of diverse backgrounds are stimulating research and study in five areas perceived as impediments to the establishment of world peace.

u CRN:

25566

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

42

$

MON 4/20-5/11 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 4 E-232 M. Dixon

Secrets of the Bible A garden. . . a snake. . . forbidden fruit. . . temptation. . . the sin of knowledge. . . mortality. . . shame. . . What’s really going on? Secrets of the Bible revisits six bizarre, 3,000-year-old classic biblical stories that many recall from Hebrew school, exposing their hidden themes and eye-opening insights into the mysteries of life. Examine these iconic stories, mystical meanings, and their lessons for life.

u CRN:

25572

Tuition:

48

$

Fee:

52

$

TUE 5/5–6/9 11 AM–12:30 PM Sessions: 6 E-232 Rabbi Schusterman

WRITING Advanced Fiction Writing Are you a writer with a work in progress? In a workshop environment, students will develop the plots of their stories using the three-act structure and feedback from fellow students. Bring a one-page outline to the first class. There will be an opportunity to receive critiques on written work.

u CRN:

25152

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

39

$

MON 5/4-6/15 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 6 E-143 R. Broomall

Creative Writing Fundamentals What's your story? Need a little motivation and direction putting words to paper or perhaps dusting off a closeted work in progress? Then this class is for you. Come hone your skills in a supportive environment that will help you discover the writer within.

u CRN:

There are opportunities for almost anyone to publish a book at little to no cost. That novel that’s been lurking in the back of your mind, the one your friends all say you should write, can now become a reality. Learn how to prepare your manuscript, the importance and advantage of Print-on-Demand (POD) companies, printers to avoid, formatting your writing for e-readers, and much more. A comprehensive take-home binder containing reference information provided for each participant. Get to writing—there is nothing stopping you!

u CRN:

25179

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 1/28-3/3 6-8 PM Sessions: 6 B-241 D. Jennings CRN:

Guide to Self-Publishing

25180

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

39

$

TUE 5/5-6/9 6-8 PM Sessions: 6 B-241 D. Jennings

25495

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

39

$

SAT 3/7 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 E-215 P. Sekulic CRN:

25496

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

39

$

SAT 6/20 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 E-215 P. Sekulic

Fiction Writing Learn the techniques that best-selling authors use to captivate their audiences. Employ these methods when writing your own manuscript. Short writing exercises are included.

u CRN:

25151

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

49

$

MON 3/2-4/20 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 7 E-219 R. Broomall No class 3/23.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 CERTIFICATIONS Personal Fitness Trainer Certification

RECREATION, FITNESS & WELLNESS

ADULT DANCE

BOATING SAFETY

Basic Adult Tap Dancing

Maryland Basic Boating Certification

Learn the basics of tap in this once-a-week, one-hour class. Dancers will work on their sense of rhythm and balance to broadwaystyle music. The beginner tap class is geared toward adults with little to no tap experience. CRN:

25435

Tuition:

30

$

Fee:

15

$

TUE 3/24-4/28 12:30-1:30 PM Sessions: 6 S-212 P. Lauer

Intermediate Adult Tap Dancing Have you already taken the Beginner Tap Class? Are you ready to take your tap skills to the next level? Join us in our intermediate level tap class to continue improving your tap dancing skills. CRN:

25436

Tuition:

30

$

Fee:

15

$

THU 3/26-4/30 12:30-1:30 PM Sessions: 6 S-212 P. Lauer

u

25462

Tuition:

39

$

SAT, SUN 9 AM-1:30 PM OELIB-135 CRN:

25463

SAT, SUN 9 AM-1:30 PM OELIB-135

Fee:

15

$

4/11-4/12 Sessions: 2 R. Snyder Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

u CRN:

15

$

5/16-5/17 Sessions: 2 R. Snyder

25421

Tuition:

24

$

Fee:

75

$

SAT 1/11 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 S-232 Staff CRN:

Learn boating skills necessary to meet the certification requirements of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police and earn your certification card. Topics covered include types of vessels, navigational aids, marine weather, regulations, emergency actions, personal watercraft, and maneuvering. This course meets the Maryland Boating Safety Education Act requirement needed for persons born after July 1, 1972 to operate a registered pleasure vessel on Maryland waters. CRN:

This course will teach you to safely and effectively work with individuals during personal fitness training sessions and enhance your exercise and health knowledge. An exam is given at the end of the day for those attempting to become certified. Those attempting certification must study before the test. Topics included are muscle physiology, cardiovascular physiology, exercise guidelines, program design, fitness marketing, myth busting and more. AAAI/ ISMA has books that can be purchased by calling 609.397.2139.

25423

Tuition:

24

$

Fee:

75

$

SUN 4/19 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 S-232 Staff

Sports Nutrition Certification Learn principles of nutrition to help sports clients with specific dietary and nutritional needs. Discuss current nutritional research, herb and vitamin supplements and body composition testing. Explore links between nutrition and athletic performance and types of diet plans. Includes written exam. Study guide recommended. Call 609.397.2139 to purchase guide.

u CRN:

25424

Tuition:

24

$

Fee:

SUN 2/2 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 S-231 Staff

The Personal Fitness Trainer and Sports Nutrition certification courses are approved by The American Aerobic Association International/International Sports Medicine Association (AAAI/ISMA). For these courses you receive certification documentation directly from AAAI/ISMA four to six weeks after successful completion of the class. To order your study guide, call 609.397.2139. Registrants need to order and review the study guide before each class begins.

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75

$

www.harford.edu/register


RECREATION, FITNESS & WELLNESS

FISHING

Pool Operator’s License Training

FITNESS CLASSES

Students must be 16 years old by last day of class and will be required to present proof of age with a photo I.D. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a national pool operator’s license recognized by the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Harford County Health Department.

Barbells Use bars and plates to isolate and define major muscle groups, stabilize the core and train the cardiovascular system. Barbell workouts are a great complement to a variety of sports-specific training programs, and a proven means of increasing physical health. All levels welcome.

u CRN:

25370

Tuition:

72

$

Fee:

207

$

CRN:

SAT, SUN 3/7-3/8 9 AM-5 PM Sessions: 2 S-231 Staff Explore fundamentals of fly casting and fly

Fly Fishing Techniques

25371

72

$

207

$

fishing. Instruction focuses on casting, line handling, and fly presentation techniques. SAT, SUN 5/2-5/3 Learn several casts to allow proper fly 9 AM-5 PM Sessions: 2 presentation in different situations and S-231 Staff stream conditions to deal with wind, current, and obstructions. Knot tying, dry Red Cross fly presentation, and nymphing techniques Lifeguard Training will be presented. Participants must be 15 years old on or $ $ CRN: 25364 Tuition: 69 Fee: 11 before the last session. The participant will FRI 4/17 & 4/24 be required to pass a pre-course test (see web 6:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 4 description). Successful exit requirements for B-104 P. McCall this course are: attending all sessions, passing Additional Meeting Times and/or Dates three water skill scenarios and achieving at least an 80% grade on the 2 written exams. SAT 4/18 & 4/25 Online textbook included. 9 AM-12 PM CRN:

Tuition:

Fee:

u CRN:

25366

Tuition:

72

$

Fee:

218

$

B-104 P. McCall Saturday trips held at Eden Mill & Jerusalem Mill .

25367

Tuition:

72

$

Fee:

218

$

Fly Casting Techniques: Advanced

25365

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

75

$

Fee:

10

$

MON 1/13-4/27 4-4:45 PM Sessions: 14 S-207 V. Collins No class 1/20 & 3/16.

Core & Restore Yoga/ Pilates Fusion This core-focused class is a fusion of Yoga and Pilates movements for all levels of fitness. It is designed for those who desire stronger cores and more flexibility. You will be guided step-by-step in core strengthening movements that match your current abilities. You will also balance this intense work with relaxing restorative yoga poses to increase your flexibility. Yoga props will be provided. Bring a mat and a towel. CRN:

25461

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

30

$

Cross Training

Gain techniques to increase your casting distance and develop better line control. SAT, SUN 4/18-4/25 9 AM-5 PM Sessions: 3 Advanced casts will be taught such as S-241 Staff aerial mends, double and single haul, $ $ single-handed spey, and many others. CRN: 25368 Tuition: 72 Fee: 218 Learn ways to successfully fish in windy, SAT, SUN 5/9-5/16 tree-infested, fast-current areas, as well as 9 AM-5 PM Sessions: 3 placid, wide-open lakes. S-241 Staff CRN:

Tuition:

WED 1/15-5/13 8-9:15 AM Sessions: 17 S-212 B. Warren No class 3/18.

SAT, SUN 3/21-3/28 9 AM-5 PM Sessions: 3 S-241 Staff CRN:

25440

11

$

Cross Training will offer a training routine that involves several different forms of exercise using a variety of equipment including barbells, steps, rowers, jump ropes, resistance bands and more. CRN:

25425

Tuition:

45

$

Fee:

5

$

TUE 3/31-5/12 5:30-6:30 PM Sessions: 7 S-207 S. Wright

SAT 5/2-5/23 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 Class held offsite P. McCall No class 5/16.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 Indoor Cycling

Zumba

An indoor ride designed to provide you with the optimum in fat burning, endurance, and strength building. This ride will simulate varied terrain as you tackle rolling hills, sprints, and other drills that will give you great interval workouts. Come find the inspiration you’ve been looking for to achieve your personal goals! This class is for beginners as well as seasoned cyclists.

Zumba combines high-energy, motivating Latin and international music with unique moves and combinations that allow you to dance away your worries. It is based on the principle that a workout should be “Fun and Easy To Do!” A feel-happy workout, Zumba creates a party-like atmosphere! Be prepared to sweat!

CRN:

25360

Tuition:

135

$

TUE, THU 6:30-7:30 PM S-206

Fee:

22

$

1/7-2/27 Sessions: 16 J. Davis

This class is for anyone wishing to explore yoga for the first time or those who simply desire the benefit of practicing basic yoga poses to create a well-balanced mind and body. Students will be guided in a step-bystep method linking yoga poses (asanas) to breath (pranayama). Every class will begin with a warm-up including breathing techniques, Sun or Moon Salutations, followed by poses to strengthen, balance, and relax specific areas of the body, ending with meditation. Yoga props, blocks/belts will be provided. Please bring a mat or a towel.

25459

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

30

$

TUE 1/14-5/12 8-9:15 AM Sessions: 17 S-212 B. Warren No class 3/17. CRN:

25460

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

30

$

THU 1/16-5/14 8-9:15 AM Sessions: 17 S-212 B. Warren No class 3/19.

25464

Tuition:

60

$

25430

Tuition:

42

$

19

$

Fee:

13

$

SAT 1/18-3/7 10-11 AM Sessions: 8 S-207 C. Weddle CRN:

25431

Tuition:

42

$

Fee:

13

$

SAT 3/28-5/16 10-11 AM Sessions: 8 S-207 C. Weddle

Zumba Gold A series of fitness classes specifically designed to take the exciting Latin and international dance rhythms to the active older adult. Guaranteed to provide you a safe and effective total body workout! Same great music and moves as Zumba, but a little slower pace and more time teaching the steps. Beginners and active older adults welcome! CRN:

25432

Tuition:

45

$

MON, WED 6-7 PM S-207 No class 1/20. CRN:

25433

CRN:

25434

MON, WED 6-7 PM S-207

Fee:

15

$

1/6-2/10 Sessions: 10 J. Wurm Tuition:

45

$

MON, WED 6-7 PM S-207 No class 3/16 & 3/18.

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Fee:

MON 1/13-4/13 6:30-7:30 PM Sessions: 12 S-212 A. Fothergill No class 1/20 & 3/16. CRN:

Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga

CRN:

CRN:

Tuition:

Fee:

15

$

2/17-3/25 Sessions: 10 J. Wurm

45

$

Fee:

15

$

3/30-4/29 Sessions: 10 J. Wurm

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HEALTH/ WELLNESS Introduction to Meditation This course introduces the range of contemplative practices beginning with meditation which includes the history, psychology, and philosophy, presenting the latest research on both meditation and mindfulness. We will explore mindfulness including all mindful practices now taught in schools, hospitals, and corporations. There will also be self-reflection and journaling as a part of the course. CRN:

25465

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

20

$

TUE 1/21-2/25 6:30 PM-7:30 PM Sessions: 6 S-207 K. Keay

Reiki Level II Have you taken Reiki Level I and are interested in the next level? In this class, you continue exploring Reiki energies and learn about distance healing. Please provide a copy of your Usui Reiki Level 1 certificate at the first session (from any Reiki Master Teacher). Instructor is a Certified Reiki Master Teacher. CRN:

25427

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

11

$

SAT 3/7-3/14 9 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 2 F-204 J. Hauser

Self Care and Relaxation A course designed as half activity and half lecture. A hands-on experience with self-care and stress management through the utilization of various types of mind-body practices and other clinically proven relaxation techniques (autogenic, progressive muscle relaxation and more). CRN:

25466

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

20

$

TUE 3/3-4/14 6:30 PM-7:30 PM Sessions: 6 S-212 K. Keay No class 3/17.

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RECREATION, FITNESS & WELLNESS Tai Chi General level class in the Wu Dong style of Tai Chi Chuan. Strengthen and stretch the body, and complete short exercises in Qi Gong. Develop the deeper meditative side of Tai Chi. Practice the four basic stances of Chinese martial arts and the practice of walking Qi Gong. CRN:

25426

Tuition:

135

$

Fee:

14

$

SAT 1/25-4/18 11 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 13 S-207 E. Smith No class 3/21.

Tai Chi: Health/Wellness Beginning level classes in the style of Tai Chi. Class will start with a warm-up designed to strengthen and stretch the body followed by short exercises. The four basic stances of Chinese martial arts will also be taught. CRN:

25439

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

10

$

MON 1/13-4/27 5-5:45 PM Sessions: 14 S-207 V. Collins No class 1/20 & 3/16.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Learn fundamentals such as grip, posture, stance, and alignment. Also, etiquette, terminology and different shot techniques will be covered including full swing, pitching, chipping, putting, and bunker play. Most importantly, prepare to enjoy the game of golf—from making a tee time to keeping pace and selecting the correct equipment.

25363

Tuition:

132

$

This course is for women just learning the game of golf. Emphasis will be on the fundamentals of grip, stance, and alignment, as well as swing mechanics. Equipment, etiquette, terminology, and methods of play will also be covered. CRN:

25362

Tuition:

132

$

Fee:

46

$

WED 4/15-5/13 5:30-7:30 PM Sessions: 5 Ruggles Golf Course Staff

Leisure Hiking Have fun with new friends exploring trails in Harford and Baltimore counties. Hikes range from hilly woodland to flat rail trails. They are 4-5 miles at an easy pace with some breaks, for up to 3.5 hours including time for lunch. CRN:

25428

Tuition:

78

$

Fee:

12

$

SUN 4/19-6/7 10:30 AM-2 PM Sessions: 6 TBA D. Adle No class 5/10 and 5/24.

Local Hiking

Golf Fundamentals

CRN:

Golf Fundamentals for Women

Fee:

46

$

MON 4/13-5/11 5:30-7:30 PM Sessions: 5 Ruggles Golf Course Staff

Enjoy nature and have fun while hiking on flat rail trails to steep woodland terrain in Harford, Cecil & Baltimore counties. Hikes are 5-6 miles at a moderate pace for up to 3.5 hours including a lunch break. CRN:

25429

Tuition:

96

$

Fee:

16

$

SAT 4/4-5/30 9:30 AM-1 PM Sessions: 8 TBA D. Adle No class 5/23.

Rape Aggression Defense Rape Aggression Defense is a proven method that provides women with realistically employed self-defense tactics to protect and defend themselves from physical attack. You will learn important life skills to stay safe in threatening or harmful environments. Ideal for high school seniors to senior citizens. CRN:

25361

MON, WED 6-9 PM DH-202C

Tuition:

50

$

Fee:

5

$

5/11-5/20 Sessions: 4 E. Mosser

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

Small Group Fitness Training Join alone or get up to 6 friends and join our small group training program. Sessions will be 60 minutes of combination cardio, circuit, and resistance equipment workout. Possible class outside fitness center, weather permitting! Recommended 3-4 times weekly! CRN:

25485

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

MON 1/13-3/9 9-10 AM Sessions: 8 Fitness Center A. Fothergill No class 1/20. CRN:

25486

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

TUE 1/14-3/3 9-10 AM Sessions: 8 Fitness Center A. Fothergill CRN:

25487

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

THU 1/16-3/5 9-10 AM Sessions: 8 Fitness Center A. Fothergill CRN:

25488

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

MON 3/23-5/11 9-10 AM Sessions: 8 Fitness Center A. Fothergill CRN:

25489

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

TUE 3/24-5/12 9-10 AM Sessions: 8 Fitness Center A. Fothergill CRN:

25490

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

THU 3/26-5/14 9-10 AM Sessions: 8 Fitness Center A. Fothergill

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 SWIMMING

Flex Swim

Adult Stroke Mechanics Instruction in the basic mechanics of swimming. Skills emphasized will be breathing, floating, gliding, crawl stroke, and elementary backstroke as well as safety skills. No senior citizen tuition waiver. CRN:

25450

Tuition:

90

$

Fee:

90

$

TUE 1/7-5/12 7:05-8:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff No class 3/17. CRN:

25449

Tuition:

90

$

Fee:

90

$

Independently improve your swim strokes or fitness level. Get active and move more with less stress on your joints! Lifeguard is on duty, but there is no instructor for this class. Students may only swim during the college’s spring semester open recreation swim hours which are posted on Harford’s website or call 443.412.2113 for a list of those hours. CRN:

25478

Tuition:

90

$

Fee:

30

$

Scuba Diving

Aquacise, which is excercise in water, provides buoyancy, taking away impact on bones, joints, and muscles. This will allow you to work harder for longer, burning more fat and calories. exercises will range from basic aerobics to resistance training to kick boxing or even tai chi. Many can benefit from Aquacise including beginners, pregnant women, elderly people, patients recovering from injury and even the fittest athletes. CRN:

25437

Tuition:

87

$

Fee:

17

$

MON 1/13-4/27 10-11 AM Sessions: 14 S-241 V. Collins No class 1/20 & 3/16. CRN:

25438

Tuition:

87

$

Fee:

17

$

MON 1/13-4/27 11 AM-12 PM Sessions: 14 S-241 V. Collins No class 1/20 & 3/16.

Evening Lap Swim Independently improve your swim strokes or fitness level. Get active and move more with less stress on your joints! Lifeguard is on duty, but there is no instructor for this class. CRN:

25477

Tuition:

69

$

Fee:

safe diving through academic and water skills training. You will learn the importance of equipment and safety, diving physics and physiology, and marine life and oceanography under the guidance of your certified professional instructor. Students need to have basic swimming skills, be reasonably fit, and at least 16 years of age. After successful completion of this course, you will be an SDI-certified scuba diver. Students must purchase or own the basic gear required for this class, which includes text packet, mask, snorkel, fins, booties, and weight belt. Checkout dives will be held at a local quarry. (Fees not included.) CRN:

25357

Tuition:

50

$

Fee:

CRN:

25441

Tuition:

$

115

Fee:

$

CRN:

25442

Tuition:

$

90

115

Fee:

$

349

$

90

TUE 1/7-5/12 7:05-8:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff No class 3/17. CRN:

25443

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

90

$

WED 1/8-5/13 6:05-7:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff No class 3/18. CRN:

25444

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

90

$

WED 1/8-5/13 7:05-8:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff No class 3/18. CRN:

25445

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

90

$

THU 1/9-5/14 6:05-7:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff No class 3/19.

SAT 2/1-2/15 12-5 PM Sessions: 3 $ $ CRN: Tuition: Fee: S-241 Staff $ $ THU 1/9-5/14 Tuition: Fee: CRN: 7:05-8:05 PM Sessions: 18 SAT 2/29-3/14 S-241 Staff 12-5 PM Sessions: 3 No class 3/19. S-241 Staff $ $ CRN: Tuition: Fee: $ $ CRN: Tuition: Fee: SAT 1/11-5/16 SAT 5/2-5/24 10-11 AM Sessions: 18 12-5 PM Sessions: 3 S-241 Staff S-241 Staff No class 3/21.

25358

50

349

25359

50

349

CRN:

35

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

25446

115

90

25447

115

90

25448

Tuition:

115

$

Fee:

90

$

SAT 1/11-5/16 11 AM-12 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff No class 3/21.

$

TUE, THU 1/7-5/14 8:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 36 S-241 Staff No class 3/17 & 3/19.

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Swimmer will get conditioned for their upcoming season while also working on stroke mechanics. Instructors will train the swimmers while pointing out technical flaws with the hopes of improving each stroke. Starts and turns will be improved as well. All swimmers must be able to swim competently as this is not swim lessons.

MON - FRI 1/6-5/15 TUE 1/7-5/12 7:30-9:30 AM Sessions: 89 6:05-7:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff S-241 Staff No class 1/20 & 3/16-3/20. No class 3/17.

THU 1/9-5/14 7:05-8:05 PM Sessions: 18 S-241 Staff This course teaches the basics of enjoyable, No class 3/19.

Aquacise

Swim Conditioning and Stroke Mechanics

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SENIOR ADULT Senior Aquatic Wellness Learn the value of exercise in the water as a helpful tool for fitness and health and in reducing illness and physical concerns. Improve your levels of cardiovascular fitness and range of motion. Instruction in basic swimming skills, safety precautions, and how to monitor pulse rate will also be covered.

u CRN:

25453

Tuition:

113

$

Fee:

82

$

TUE 1/14-5/12 9:45-10:45 AM Sessions: 17 S-241 B. Warren No class 3/17. CRN:

25454

Tuition:

113

$

Fee:

82

$

TUE 1/14-5/12 11 AM-12 PM Sessions: 17 S-241 B. Warren No class 3/17. CRN:

25457

Tuition:

113

$

Fee:

82

$

WED 1/15-5/13 9:45-10:45 AM Sessions: 17 S-241 B. Warren No class 3/18. CRN:

25458

Tuition:

113

$

Fee:

82

$

WED 1/15-5/13 11 AM-12 PM Sessions: 17 S-241 B. Warren No class 3/18. CRN:

25455

Tuition:

113

$

Fee:

82

$

THU 1/16-5/14 9:45-10:45 AM Sessions: 17 S-241 B. Warren No class 3/19. CRN:

25456

Tuition:

113

$

Fee:

82

$

THU 1/16-5/14 11 AM-12 PM Sessions: 17 S-241 B. Warren No class 3/19.

Current Issues and Political History Discussion Join us each week for a discussion of today’s political, social, and economic issues from various viewpoints. Interesting topics, interesting discussions. Make it a part of your week.

Elder Law and Asset Protection Protect and preserve assets during the retirement years. This course is for seniors and family members who may be called upon to deal with these issues. Topics include minimizing the high cost of nursing homes, keeping assets in the family, and tax-reducing techniques. The course is co-taught by an experienced elder law attorney and a chartered financial consultant.

u CRN:

25471

Tuition:

33

$

25174

Tuition:

99

$

Fee:

33

$

SAT 2/29-3/14 9:30-11:30 AM Sessions: 3 B-236 A.Albidress

SENIOR ADULT

iPad: Beyond the Basics Have you mastered the basics of your iPad but know you could do more with a little help? That’s what this class is for . . . to take you a little beyond the basics.

u CRN:

25184

Tuition:

65

$

Fee:

65

$

THU 3/5-4/2 9-11 AM Sessions: 4 E-223 T. Grumbach No class 3/19.

Learn to Use Your iPad/iPhone

u CRN:

25183

Tuition:

65

$

Fee:

59

$

THU 2/6-2/20 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 E-223 T. Grumbach

59

$

WED 3/4-5/13 10 AM-12 PM Sessions: 10 C-Dining Room P. Smeton/ No class 3/18. D. Harris

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

Retirement Asset Management It’s not just what you save for retirement; it’s how you manage it. Learn the 13 mistakes to avoid when managing money during retirement. Maximize retirement income, minimize tax burden, and spend your money the way you want. Class is co-instructed by a Certified Financial Planner specializing in retirement income planning and a CPA.

u

Make your iPad or iPhone work for you. Learn to find and download apps, music, books, and more; set up your wireless connections; the do’s and don’ts of using public wireless; using the operating system (OS) apps like Calendar and Contacts; and syncing with your other devices.

u CRN:

Fee:

CRN:

25468

Tuition:

28

$

Fee:

28

$

SAT 2/1-2/8 9:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 2 B-241 Staff CRN:

25469

Tuition:

28

$

Fee:

28

$

WED 4/22-4/29 6:15-8:45 PM Sessions: 2 B-242 Staff

Wills, Estates, and Trusts Planning now may save your family a lot later! Learn the basics of what should be in your will, essential legal documents, and how trusts work. Concepts covered are probate, federal estate tax law, home deeds, and asset protection strategies.

u CRN:

25472

Tuition:

28

$

Fee:

28

$

SAT 3/28-4/4 9:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 2 B-243 Staff

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 International Spy Museum Washington, DC Thursday, February 27 8 AM-6 PM The new International Spy Museum at L’Enfant Plaza is now open! With interactive exhibitions and installations, this foremost collection of spy artifacts and first-person accounts from top intelligence officers and experts places visitors in the shoes of a spy. The Museum explores the successes, failures, challenges and controversies of the hidden world of intelligence and espionage. Join us for this fun-filled day. Lunch is on your own in the museum cafe or at L’Enfant Plaza.

TR AVEL & TOURS

FEBRUARY National Museum of African American History and Culture Washington, DC Monday, February 10 8 AM-6 PM The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a place where all Americans can learn about the richness and diversity of the African American experience, what it means to their lives and how it helped shape the nation. Complete your visit by enjoying lunch (on your own) in the museum’s Sweet Home Café. Stations are organized to showcase traditional African American cuisine from the following U.S. regions: the Northern States, the Agricultural South, the U.S. Creole Coast, and the West Range. CRN:

25308

Fee:

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Washington, DC Monday, February 10 8 AM-6 PM The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America’s national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history and serves as a memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. This internationallyacclaimed museum tells the story of the Holocaust through artifacts, films, photos, and oral histories. Lunch is on your own in the Museum Cafe. CRN:

25309

Fee:

CRN:

25311

Thursday, February 27 8 AM-6 PM The Museum of the Bible is housed in a 430,000-square-foot building just two blocks from the National Mall and three blocks from the United States Capitol. Enjoy an immersive and personalized experience as you explore the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible. The Museum of the Bible is an unparalleled experience, using cutting-edge technology to bring the Bible to life. Lunch is on your own. CRN:

25310

69

$

69

$

Deadlines for refunds depend on when final payments are made by the College. Requests for refunds must be received at least seven days before departure. Once final payment has been made for meals/tickets, refunds are not available unless a substitute can be found. Contact lsturgill@harford.edu to request a refund.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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99

$

Museum of the Bible Washington, DC

Participants are required to complete both the Registration Form (page 47) and the Travel Liability Form (page 34) and submit prior to departure. Trips leave from Entrance 6, Lot W unless otherwise indicated. Please note: Entrance 6 is NOT near Entrance 5.

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Fee:

www.harford.edu/register

Fee:

114

$


TR AVEL & TOURS Frank Lloyd Wright and Flight 93 Memorial Champion, PA

MARCH

APRIL

Monday-Tuesday, March 23-24 6 AM (Departure from Lot E, Entrance 3) Travel on this overnight adventure to visit several of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous homes including Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob, Polymath Park, and Duncan House. A visit to the Flight 93 Memorial and overnight accommodations at Seven Springs Mountain Resort is included. CRN:

25251

534

Fee:

$

Fee:

$

Per person double occupancy

Philadelphia Flower Show Philadelphia, PA Tuesday, March 3 8:30 AM-7 PM Inspired by the world’s exotic Mediterranean gardens, the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show invites you to fall in love with gardening all over again. Citrus trees grace the entrance providing a lush dramatic promenade to the sunshine-drenched landscape ahead. Drifts of purple and white spiked salvia, specimen succulents, and an intoxicating variety of scented geraniums, roses, rosemary and sage create a stunning mosaic that is at once picturesque and charming. Walk the esplanade of flowering arches. Become enraptured by the delightful dimension of show gardens and dramatic accents that rise in soft meadows of horticultural perfection. Course:

25258

Fee:

105

$

Broadway: To Kill a Mockingbird New York City, NY

CRN:

25252

622

Single occupancy

This unforgettable lunch cruise aboard the Odyssey includes a narration of the Washington monuments and affords a breathtaking view of the cherry blossoms. The Odyssey offers exclusive river views of the nation’s greatest monuments from every table.

CRN:

Fee:

25249

149

Fee:

$

25250

Fee:

$

149

THU 4/2

Grounds for Sculpture is an amazing 35-acre outdoor sculpture garden comprised of over 240 large-scale contemporary sculptures. It includes works by Johnson, as well as renowned and emerging American and international artists. You will have a guided tour of the Seward Johnson Atelier and then have ample time to explore on your own. In addition, on this last Saturday of March, the artists’ studios are open for viewing. Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity! Lunch, on your own, is available at the café or at Rat’s Restaurant (reservations highly recommended). Wear your walking shoes and dress for the weather.

Wednesday, March 11 7 AM-9 PM

Thursday, April 2 8 AM-6 PM

WED 4/1

Saturday, March 28 7:30 AM-6:30 PM

25560

Wednesday, April 1 8 AM-6 PM

CRN:

Grounds for Sculpture: Artist Weekend Hamilton, NJ

Course:

Cherry Blossom Cruise Washington, DC

105

$

Wolf Sanctuary of PA and Lunch Lititz, PA Thursday, April 9 7:30 AM–6 PM In the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, quietly secured on 80+ acres of natural woodland, you will find the home of the Speedwell Wolves. Originally created as a private rescue, Wolf Sanctuary of PA has grown into an education facility that is devoted to assuring the most comfortable and stimulating environments for the wolves. Following the guided tour, take a few minutes to visit the gift shop before heading to lunch. Lunch (included) is at Lititz Family Cupboard. After lunch, spend some time exploring the town of Lititz, known as one of America’s coolest small towns. CRN:

25305

Fee:

109

$

The novel written by Harper Lee is now a Broadway play. Don’t miss this performance that shows the sensitive treatment of a child’s awakening to racism and prejudice in the American South. Tickets are for the 1 PM performance, orchestra seating. A stop for dinner (on your own) will be made at Mastoris Diner on the way home. CRN:

25312

Fee:

235

$

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020 Central Park New York, NY

MAY Shortcut to Europe Embassy Tour Washington, DC

Monday, May 18 7 AM-7 PM

Saturday, May 9 7:30 AM-7 PM

The Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden Bronx, NY Tuesday, April 14 7 AM–8 PM See thousands of dazzling orchids on display at the New York Botanical Garden. Now in its 18th year, The Orchid Show will showcase thousands of dramatically displayed orchids in every shape and size, creating a horticultural spectacle not to be missed. CRN:

25313

Fee:

The European Union Delegation to the U.S. and the embassies of the EU Member States invite visitors to experience the authentic music, dance, food, film, and art of 28 distinctive nations along with a rare behind-the-scenes look into the European Union embassies. Previous participating embassies include Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Austria, Cyprus, Estonia, France and the Federal Republic of Germany, plus many others. CRN:

25259

Fee:

69

$

129

Georgetown House Tour Washington, DC Saturday, April 25 8 AM–7 PM

CRN:

25257

Fee:

110

$

Pentagon Tour and Lunch Washington, DC Tuesday, May 12 7 AM-6 PM

25567

Fee:

120

$

Arlington National Cemetery Arlington, VA

Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active duty service members, veterans and their families. Service to country is the common thread that binds all who are remembered and honored at Arlington. Visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Kennedy gravesite, and the various monuments and memorials on the grounds during the fully narrated tour. Lunch is included at Gadsby’s Tavern. CRN:

25307

This is your opportunity to see inside the building that houses those responsible for the planning and execution of the defense of our country. Your guided tour lasts about an hour, followed by time to explore the memorial garden on your own. Government -issued ID required for admission. After visiting the Pentagon, head over to Gadsby’s Tavern for lunch. Registration must be received by February 11, 2020 and the liability form MUST include your Social Security number. This tour is pending approval from the Pentagon. Failure to provide required information at the time of registration may result in your name being eliminated from the request for admission. CRN:

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CRN:

Thursday, May 28 8 AM-6 PM

$

Enjoy this delightful walking tour that includes 8-12 of Georgetown’s most beautiful homes and gardens. Homes open from 11 AM-5 PM for easy walking at your own pace in the order you prefer. Also included is the Rectory of St. John’s Church, a fine example of period architecture built in 1874. Enjoy a lovely tea, featuring homemade tea sandwiches and sweets, courtesy of St. John’s between the hours of 2-5 PM. Those wishing a more substantial meal will find a variety of restaurants nearby. The tour is held rain or shine, so dress for the weather.

A pedicab tour of Central Park is a great way to see the sights without doing a lot of work! Your driver will show you many well-known attractions and famous landmarks throughout all parts of Central Park. Stops include sites such as Strawberry Fields, Bethesda Terrace, the Belvedere Castle, the Shakespeare Garden, and the San Remo, among others. Following your tour, you will have plenty of time to explore the park on your own.

25306

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

Fee:

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109

$

www.harford.edu/register

Fee:

115

$


TR AVEL & TOURS

JUNE

UPCOMING TR AVEL OPPORTUNITIES The Mansions of Rhode Island August 16–19, 2020 Explore the Magnificent Mansions and Gardens of Newport & Bristol Tour includes transportation, baggage handling, breakfast each morning, 2 dinners, 1 lunch, admission to Mystic Seaport Museum, guide service two full days, tour of Bristol, tour of Colt State Park, tour of Blithewold, admission to Green Animal Topiary Gardens, free time in Newport, tour of Preservation Society Mansion, tour of one additional mansion, cruise of Newport Harbor.

Scotland and Ireland June 28–July 10 Regal cities, bucolic countryside, and Celtic culture await you on a journey through Scotland and Ireland. Highlights include Edinburgh, whisky distillery, Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Loch Lomond, Glasgow, Belfast, Titanic Experience, Giant’s Causeway, The Causeway Coast Rail Journey, Derry, Glenveagh National Park, Armagh, Castle Stay, Dublin. Call 443.412.2175 for availability.

Doug Kerr

Literary Tour of New England New England Join Harford Community College on this exciting tour that takes you to the homes and haunts of some of America’s most famous literati. Literature in New England blossomed during the 1800s; it was the age of Hawthorne, Melville, Emerson, Twain, the Alcotts, and many others. Each became a “Giant of American Literature.” Email lsturgill@harford.edu for complete itinerary. CRN:

25594

Sunny Portugal

Exploring New Zealand

October 12-22, 2020

February 2021

Information Session: February 26, 2020

Information Session: April 7, 2020

Explore historic Evora, known as the “Museum City of Portugal,” venture to Lagos, spend three nights on the sunny coast of the Algarve and three nights on the Portuguese Riviera, plus more.

This is the ultimate New Zealand adventure! Join this epic tour of the North and South Island. Explore modern cities, rugged coastlines, fjords, glaciers and Maori culture. Don’t miss it!

916

Fee:

$

Fee:

$

Per person double occupancy CRN:

25595

Marcus Holland-Moritz

Oren Rozen

June 18–21

1,096

Single occupancy

Exploring South Africa, Victoria Falls, and Botswana October 2021 Experience an Africa you've only dreamed about. Visit Cape Town, Table Mountain the famous winelands of the Western Cape, Victoria Falls, and the Botswana wilderness. Don’t miss your chance! Email lsturgill@harford.edu to receive more information as it becomes available.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020

TRAVEL | TOURS HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRAVEL PARTICIPANT RELEASE OF LIABILITY FORM This form details certain risks and responsibilities that you will be assuming while participating in off-campus activities. Please read the form carefully before signing and return with your registration form to Noncredit Registration, Edgewood Hall, 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015.

RISKS AND DANGERS

HEALTH AND SAFETY

TRANSPORTATION

 here are certain dangers, T hazards and risks in off-campus activities. Harford Community College does not assume responsibility for any injuries, death or damage resulting from these dangers, hazards or risks. The College is not responsible or liable for any injury, damage, loss, accident, delay or other irregularity which may be caused by any supplier of any goods or services used by or during offcampus activities.

Harford Community College does

Harford Community College

not provide health insurance. Participants are responsible for providing their own health insurance. Participants are required to carefully follow instructions and safety procedures provided by the activity supervisor and the College. Participants are also required to abide by the rules and regulations of the off-campus site and College, including the Student Code of Conduct. Those failing to act in accordance with the rules and regulations of the College may not be permitted to continue to participate in the activity.

assumes no liability for any personal injuries or property damages caused by the acts or omissions of others during transportation. Further, Harford Community College makes no recommendations or guarantees as to any transportation providers you may deal with in making your arrangements.

ACTIVITIES AND ASSOCIATIONS  arford Community College H makes no representations or recommendations regarding the activities. Further, Harford Community College assumes no responsibility or liability for personal or property injuries resulting to the student or for damages caused by the student resulting from the student’s participation in these activities outside of professional duties assigned by the College.

Complete ONE form for each trip. Name _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Your Preferred Name/Nickname (Please print.) _____________________________________________________________ Cell Phone Number ____________________________________________________________________________________ Email __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Title of Activity ______________________________________________________ Date of Event ___________________ Meal Selection (Where applicable) __________________________________________________________________________ Your Travel/Seat Partner ________________________________________________________________________________ Others in Your Group ___________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Emergency Contact (Include name, relationship, and relevant phone number of someone who is NOT traveling with you.) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Signature of Participant ______________________________________________ Date ___________________________

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YOUTH Portfolio Development This studio art class is designed for students who are looking for private instruction or are working on creating an art portfolio for college admission or AP Studio test. Classes are differentiated to meet the needs of each student working with a variety of materials, techniques, and subject matter. Students will receive a supply list and must bring sketchbook; most materials included. CRN:

25301

Tuition:

100

$

Fee:

25

$

SUN 2/2-3/8 2:30-5:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-016 A. Comoglio Ages 12-17.

YOUTH

ARTS/CRAFTS (YOUTH)

NEW!

Students will explore the foundations of art such as color theory, composition, art elements, and design principles. Using art history as an inspiration, students will gain an understanding of a variety of materials and techniques. Materials included in price. Students must bring sketchbook; all other materials are included. CRN:

25297

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

SUN 2/2-3/8 10:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 6 J-016 J. Branch Ages 6-10. CRN:

25298

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

SUN 3/29-5/3 10:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 6 J-016 J. Branch Ages 6-10.

Get creative with your little one in our Painting Playdate class! Each painting playdate focuses on building skills such as caring for materials, color mixing, shape observation, and space and texture, all while developing fine motor skills and creativity. Take home an original piece of art created by you and your child each class! Tuition and fees reflective of one adult and one child. CRN:

25416

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

SUN 2/2 10:30 AM-12 PM Session: 1 J-015 A. Comoglio Ages 3-5. CRN:

25417

Tuition:

35

$

25302

Tuition:

100

$

Fee:

25

$

SUN 3/29-5/3 2:30-5:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-016 A. Comoglio Ages 12-17.

Sculpture

Mommy & Me Painting Playdate

Art Explorers

CRN:

Fee:

5

$

Explore the elements of art in a new way through 3D design and sculpture. We will experiment, plan and build to gain new skills and understanding of the art-making process. Learn how to use a variety of materials, tools and mediums to create art work for the 3D world. CRN:

25299

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

SUN 2/2-3/8 12:15-2:15 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 J. Branch Ages 12-17. CRN:

25300

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

SUN 3/29-5/3 12:15-2:15 PM Sessions: 6 J-015 J. Branch Ages 12-17.

SUN 3/8 10:30 AM-12 PM Session: 1 J-015 A. Comoglio Ages 3-5. CRN:

25418

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

SUN 4/5 10:30 AM-12 PM Session: 1 J-015 A. Comoglio Ages 3-5. CRN:

25419

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

SUN 5/10 10:30 AM-12 PM Session: 1 J-015 A. Comoglio Ages 3-5.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020

COOKING (YOUTH) NEW!

Art Studio for Teens

Bakeology Have a desire or passion to be in the kitchen? Learn to bake like a pro! Make handmade breads, pies, muffins, cookies and cupcakes with a culinary instructor. All materials included. All experience levels encouraged to attend. CRN:

25285

Tuition:

75

$

Fee:

25

$

SAT 4/4-4/25 1-3 PM Sessions: 4 E-159 Staff Ages 8-12.

HOMESCHOOL

CRN:

25286

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

TUE 3/24-4/28 10-11 AM Sessions: 6 J-016 E. Tryon-Elgin Ages 13-17.

25376

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

Students will explore the foundations of art such as basic color theory and learn to turn shapes into animals, cars, etc. Students must bring their own sketchbook; all other materials are included. Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

10

$

10

$

TUE 5/5-6/9 10 AM-11 AM Sessions: 6 J-016 E. Tryon-Elgin Ages 13-17.

Art Studio for Kids

25287

Theatre for Kids

Students will explore the foundations of art such as color theory, composition, art elements and design principles. Using art history as an inspiration, students will gain an understanding of a variety of materials and techniques. Students must bring their own sketchbook; all other materials are included.

CRN:

NEW!

CRN:

NEW!

In this class, students will learn to develop stage skills like volume, diction, characterization, confidence and dramatic expression. All experience levels are encouraged to enroll. CRN:

25328

25377

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

10

$

Theatre for Teens In this class, students will learn to develop stage skills like volume, diction, characterization, confidence and dramatic expression. All experience levels are encouraged to enroll. CRN:

25324

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

10

$

FRI 3/27-5/1 2:30-3:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-032 L. Stoltzfus Ages 14-17.

10

$

10

$

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

Fee:

NEW!

TUE 5/5-6/9 9–10 AM Sessions: 6 J-016 E. Tryon-Elgin Ages 7-12.

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35

$

FRI 3/27-5/1 1:30-2:30 PM Sessions: 6 J-032 L. Stoltzfus Ages 9-13.

TUE 3/24-4/28 9–10 AM Sessions: 6 J-016 E. Tryon-Elgin Ages: 7-12. CRN:

Tuition:

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YOUTH NEW!

Physical Education for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to compose an essay. They will learn both the format of an essay and the skills to develop a powerful, clear, and concise paper.

In this class, students will participate in structured activities that help develop muscle strength, endurance, flexibility and agility. The class offers a variety of fun games and sports.

Basic Essay Writing

CRN:

25288

Tuition:

55

$

Fee:

20

$

CRN:

WED 3/25-4/29 1-3 PM Sessions: 6 E-231 D. Lembach Ages 12-17.

CRN:

Persuasive Essay Writing

Fitness Training for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to compose a persuasive essay. Students will learn both the format of a persuasive essay and the skills to develop a powerful, clear, and concise paper. Students must complete Basic Essay Writing as a prerequisite to Persuasive Essay Writing.

In this class, students will learn the importance of safety and weight room etiquette while participating in ageappropriate exercises. Students will learn proper fitness training techniques to help build muscle mass and strength. All experience levels are encouraged to enroll.

25507

Tuition:

55

$

Fee:

20

$

WED 5/6-6/10 1-3 PM Sessions: 6 E-231 D. Lembach Ages 12-17.

NEW!

Enrich your child’s homeschool learning experience with an agriculture field trip! Students will learn how food is raised and experience life on the farm. Students will feed a baby calf, tour a milking parlor, explore farm equipment and so much more! This field trip provides some great opportunities to connect your social studies, science and technology curriculum to agriculture. Parents/guardians and children under 2 may attend with a student for free. For more specific details on the field trip, please contact Kelly Pulaski, Coordinator for Youth Programs, at kpulaski@harford.edu. CRN:

25420

CRN:

Fee:

20

$

WED 4/22 12:30-3:30 PM Session: 1 K. Pulaski

25385

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

TUE 3/24-4/28 9-10 AM Sessions: 6 S-202 C. Wood Ages 14-17. CRN:

Agriculture Farm Tour

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

TUE 3/24-4/28 10-11 AM Sessions: 6 S-216 C. Wood Ages 13-17.

NEW!

CRN:

25380

25386

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

TUE 5/5-6/9 9-10 AM Sessions: 6 S-202 C. Wood Ages 14-17.

Physical Education for Kids In this class, students will participate in structured activities that help develop muscle strength, endurance, flexibility and agility. The class offers a variety of fun games and sports. CRN:

25378

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

WED 3/25-4/29 2-3 PM Sessions: 6 S-216 C. Wood Ages 5-12. CRN:

25379

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

WED 5/6-6/10 2-3 PM Sessions: 6 S-216 C. Wood Ages 5-12.

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

25384

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

5

$

TUE 5/5-6/9 10-11 AM Sessions: 6 S-216 C. Wood Ages 13-17.

MUSIC (YOUTH) Harford String Orchestra Become a member of the Harford String Orchestra and join a group of talented musicians who have been performing in Harford County since 1999! The purpose of the Harford String Orchestra is to provide an extension experience for string, wind, and percussion middle school students. Seating auditions begin in January. CRN:

25290

Tuition:

155

$

Fee:

20

$

WED 1/29-4/22 7-9 PM Sessions: 12 J-108 A. Pape No class 3/18. This is for middle school-age students only.

Harford Youth Orchestra Become a member of the Harford Youth Orchestra and join a group of talented musicians who have been performing in Harford County since 1999! The purpose of the Harford Youth Orchestra is to provide an extension experience for string, wind, and percussion high school students. Seating auditions begin in January. CRN:

25289

Tuition:

155

$

Fee:

20

$

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This summer, ignite their imagination. Imagination and creativity come alive at Camp Curiosity, where kids can advance their athletic skills, explore cooking as an edible science, engineer devices with LEGOS, learn the art of circus performance, explore the natural world, and so much more!

Register at:

harford.edu/campcuriosity

REGISTRATION OPENS JAN 20. Full- and half-day camps for kids pre-K through 12th grade


ACADEMIC PREPARATION


ACADEMIC PREPARATION SAT Prep: Math This course will assist you in reviewing math skills and test-taking strategies needed to excel on the SAT test. The math course is recommended for students who are currently taking or have taken geometry. Students are required to bring a calculator to class. Textbook purchase required.

u CRN:

25401

Tuition:

120

$

Fee:

10

$

SAT 2/8-3/14 9:30 AM-12 PM Sessions: 6 E-223 J. Ploskonka

SAT Prep: Writing/Reading This course will assist you in reviewing writing and reading skills and test-taking strategies needed to excel on the SAT test. Textbook purchase required.

u CRN:

25402

Tuition:

120

$

Fee:

10

$

WED 2/5-3/11 6-8:30 PM Sessions: 6 B-234 P. Reed

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION Reading, Writing and Math Classes Are you interested in learning or improving basic reading, writing, or math skills? To enroll and receive assistance in choosing a program, attend the free advising sessions. Room numbers for the advising sessions will be posted on the front door of the building. Registration is required for the advising sessions. The advising sessions will start promptly at the scheduled time. Registration/Advising is a 2-day process. You MUST attend both advising dates to register for classes. FREE Adult Basic Education I (ABE) literacy classes, ABE II basic skills, or PreGED® review classes are being offered in our program. With the help of supportive teachers and volunteers, you will be able to work at your speed to meet your goals. Day and evening ABE classes meet twice a week at locations throughout Harford County. For information, call 443.412.2616 or 443.412.2054.

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GED® TEST INFORMATION Harford Community College has a testing center where students can take the computerized GED® test. The Pearson Vue Testing Center is located in the Edgewood Hall building at Harford Community College. For more information, call 443.412.2406 or email literacy@harford.edu. For more information about the GED® test, visit www.ged.com/

GED® TEST PREPARATION CLASSES If you are an adult 18 years of age or older, who did not complete high school, GED® classes will prepare you for the GED® examination. Instruction will include the review and practice of those skills necessary for passing the GED® exam and earning a Maryland High School Diploma. Tuition is charged for GED® classes. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. GED® classes may be eligible for VA benefits. GED® classes will be held at the Edgewood Public Library and Harford Community College. Students may call 443.412.2616 to inquire if they are eligible to enroll in a class. Adults must attend one of the free two-day advising sessions. The dates are listed in the advising section. The ABE/GED® program is supported by federal and state funds granted by the Maryland Department of Labor.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

The following Advising Sessions are for entry into the late January classes:

Tue & Wed, January 7-8 6:30 PM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 136

Wed & Thu, January 8-9 10 AM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 136

Mon & Tue, January 13-14 6:30 PM Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 215

The following Advising Sessions are for entry into late April classes:

Mon & Tue, February 24-25 6:30 PM Harford Community College Darlington Hall, Rm. 211

Mon & Tue, March 9-10 6:30 PM Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 215

Tue & Wed, March 24-25 6:30 PM Harford Community College Darlington Hall, Rm. 211

Tue & Wed, April 7-8 6:30 PM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 136

Wed & Thu, April 8-9 10 AM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 136

Mon & Tue, April 13-14 6:30 PM Harford Community College Darlington Hall, Rm. 211

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ACADEMIC PREPAR ATION The following Advising Sessions are for entry into the July classes):

Mon & Tue, May 4-5 6:30 PM Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 215

Mon & Tue, May 18-19 6:30 PM Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 215

Tue & Wed, June 23-24 6:30 PM Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 215

Mon & Tue, June 29-30 6:30 PM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 136

Tue & Wed, June 30-July 1 10 AM Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 136

*Edgewood Public Library - enter by the side door on Hanson Road For more information about the program or future advising session dates, call 443.412.2616.

WORKSHOP TO IMPROVE YOUR SUCCESS IN EDUCATION Students have the opportunity to prepare themselves as they start Adult Basic Education courses and work toward a Maryland High School diploma. In the workshop, students will learn how to set Specific, Measurable, Action, Relevant, Time-bound (SMART) goals. Students will establish goal action plans as well as develop the skills in note-taking and study strategies to be successful in class and work toward obtaining their GED®. The workshop meets 90 minutes a week for four weeks while students build learning communities to help each other navigate the demands of being a student and balance their lives. For more information, call 443.412.2115 or email literacy@harford.edu.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) If you are a foreign-born adult 18 years of age or older (NOT an F1 or J1 Visa holder) who would like to improve your English communication skills, the English as a Second Language (ESL) program can assist you. You will have the opportunity to improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. FREE beginning, intermediate, and Adult Basic Education for ESL classes are held during the day in the Aberdeen and Edgewood areas and the evening in the Bel Air and Edgewood areas. New students may sign up for classes by attending one of the free advising sessions listed below. Room numbers for advising sessions will be posted on the front door of the building. Registration is not necessary for the advising sessions, just walk in. The advising session will start promptly at the scheduled time. Persons who arrive late may have to reschedule their advising sessions. Former ESL students may enroll in classes by calling 443.412.2152. The ESL program is supported by federal and state funds granted by the Maryland Department of Labor.

The following Advising Sessions are for entry into the April classes:

Tueday, February 18 6:30 PM Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 132

Wednesday, February 26 6:30 PM

EPICENTER at Edgewood, Edgewood MD

Wednesday, May 6 6:30 PM

EPICENTER at Edgewood, Edgewood MD

Monday, May 11 6:30 PM

Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 132

Wednesday, June 3 10 AM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 135

Monday, June 15 6:30 PM

Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 132

Tueday, June 16 10 AM

Havre de Grace Housing Authority *Edgewood Public Library - enter by the side door on Hanson Road For more information about the program or future advising session dates, call 443.412.2152.

LITERACY EDUCATION VOLUNTEER PROGRAM The Literacy Education Department offers volunteer opportunities in the classroom instructional program. Classroom volunteers assist instructors in Adult Basic Education (ABE) or English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, which are held at locations throughout Harford County. Classes meet two evenings or mornings a week for 2 1/2 or 3 hours per session. Volunteers may choose to assist in one or two class sessions per week.

Wednesday, March 4 6:30 PM

Edgewood Public Library*, Rm. 135

Monday, March 9 6:30 PM

Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Rm. 132

Monday, March 30 10 AM

The following Advising Sessions are for entry into the July classes:

For more information about these volunteer opportunities and to register for the orientation, call 443.412.2054.

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PAYING FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES Tuition & Fees Payment for continuing education courses is due at the time of registration. Unless otherwise noted, out-of-county residents pay a $20 surcharge for each continuing education course that charges tuition. Out-of-state residents pay a $35 surcharge. Fees, where applicable, are the same for all students. Call 443.412.2376, opt. 1 with questions.

Course Cancellation Policy

CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION BEFORE YOU REGISTER All students will be assigned a Harford student identification number. Please keep your H-ID handy as it will be used for any credit and continuing education course registrations and for all College business transactions. Enrollment in continuing education courses is limited to those age16 and older, except for courses that specify they are open to those under age 16. Non-citizens must provide original documentation (most current resident card, work card, or visa) to register. Students must register in person at the Continuing Education Registration Office in Edgewood Hall. Please note: Non-citizens who have never taken a credit or continuing education class at HCC must go to the Credit Registration Office in the Student Center the first time they register.

Payment Payment for continuing education classes is due at time of registration. We accept check, money order, Discover, MasterCard, American Express, and Visa.

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HOW TO REGISTER Online Go to www.harford.edu/register and follow the prompts for continuing education classes. Payment for continuing education courses is due at the time of registration. Continuing education students using a tuition waiver must apply in person.

In Person Students should complete the registration form (p. 47) and bring it to the registration desk in Edgewood Hall on the Harford Community College campus. Enter at Entrance 3 on Thomas Run Road. Edgewood Hall will be on your right. Parking is available in Lot E on your left. Hours: MON-THU, 7:30 AM–6:30 PM FRI, 7:30 AM–4:30 PM

By Mail or Fax Complete, sign and date the registration form (p. 47). (Please include check or money order. Do not include credit card information on registration form.)

MAIL TO: Continuing Education Registration Harford Community College 401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015

The College reserves the right to cancel any class when there is insufficient enrollment. You will be notified of the cancellation by mail, telephone, email or at the first class meeting and 100% of the tuition and fees will be refunded by check. Allow approximately four weeks from the date of cancellation to receive the refund. If payment was made by credit card, call 443.412.2208 to request that the refund be posted to your credit card.

Withdrawals To withdraw from a continuing education class, call 443.412.2376, opt. 1 or stop by the registration desk in Edgewood Hall to complete a withdrawal form. The withdrawal becomes effective the day you contact the office. Book returns must be accompanied by a copy of the withdrawal form. If you withdraw before the first class meeting, the College will refund 100% of the tuition and fees. If you withdraw before the second class meeting, the College will refund 50% of the tuition but no fees. There will be no refunds after the second class meeting, and no official withdrawal is necessary.

Failure to pay at the time of registration will incur a debt to the College that must be paid whether or not you attend the class. To avoid receiving a bill, call 443.412.2376, opt. 1 before the class begins in order to process a withdrawal.

or FAX TO: 443.412.2383 (call 443.412.2376, option 1 to provide credit card information.) Please allow ample time for registrations to arrive and be processed. No confirmation will be sent. Attend the first session unless notified that the course has been canceled.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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CONTINUING GENER AL EDUCATION CREATIVE INFORMATION ARTS INFO

WAIVERS Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Some continuing education courses offer waivers for Maryland residents who are 60 years of age or older or who are retired by reason of total and permanent disability. These courses (indicated by u) are state-funded and senior adults and disabled retirees are exempt from paying tuition. Fees, however, must be paid in full. Please note that there is no out-of-county surcharge for these students.

For more information, call 443.412.2376, opt. 1

FINANCIAL AID Financial resources and services are available for continuing education students. Please review the information below to see if you and/or your program of study qualify.

Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship If you’re interested in pursuing a career in IT, Construction/Trades, or Healthcare, this scholarship may be for you! Ten Harford Community College Workforce Development programs (A+ Certification, Culinary Technician, Drone Technology, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), HVAC, Heavy Equipment Operations, Nursing Assistant, Nurse Refresher, Paramedic, Phlebotomy) have recently been approved as eligible for Maryland’s new Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship. The scholarship is state funded and available to Maryland residents or graduates of a Maryland high school who are registering for an approved Workforce Development program—both new and current students may apply. Up to $2,000 per fiscal year can be awarded. Applications are reviewed in the order received and based on available funding.

Chizmar Family Paramedic Scholarship This scholarship is available to students who are accepted into the HCC Paramedic Program and meet the eligibility requirement. One scholarship is awarded per cohort, up to $5,000. Funds can be used for tuition, fees, textbooks and program associated costs.

Hunter Memorial Scholarship

Military Benefits

This scholarship is available to Harford County residents applying to a Workforce Development Program. Must be able to demonstrate you are a graduate of Harford County Public Schools OR have earned your GED in Harford County, and received a 2.75 GPA or higher from a HCPS. Funds can be used for tuition, fees, textbooks and program associated costs. Scholarship is in the amount of $500.

Mayhorne Scholarship This scholarship is for students completing a Workforce Development Program and are graduates of Harford County Public Schools, having completed a Career & Technology Education Program. Funds can be used for tuition, fees, textbooks and program-associated costs. One $500 scholarship is awarded per year.

Presidential Scholarship

Military benefits may be used for certain workforce and allied health programs. Please call 443.412.2100 for more info. The A+ Certification, Certified Nursing Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician, Network+ Certification, Paramedic, Phlebotomy, and Security + Certification and CASP-CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner programs are approved for Military educational benefits. For more information, call 443.412.2100 or 443.412.2612.

Susquehanna Workforce Network Vouchers If you are unemployed, please check with Susquehanna Workforce Network: • Aberdeen: 410.272.5400 • Bel Air: 410.836.4625 • Cecil County: 410.996.0550

This College-funded scholarship is awarded based on financial need and available for those students completing a Workforce Development Program. Funds will cover tuition and fees. Applications are reviewed in the order received and based on available funding.

Rockfield Manor Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to Harford County residents registering for a Workforce Development Program. Funds can be used for tuition, fees, textbooks and program-associated costs. Up to $1,000 will be awarded.

Certificate to Career in One Year Scholarship Program Funded by the Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc., scholarships for workforce development programs are available to students 18-24 years of age who qualify. Contact dwills@harford.edu or 443.412.2695 to learn more.

Educational Loans Many banks offer low-interest alternative education loans. Contact your local bank or credit union for information.

Interest-Free Payment Plan Harford Community College offers a NelNet payment plan that allows you to make monthly payments with a minimum balance of $500 in tuition and course fees for a Workforce Development program. For details and application process, please call 443.412.2376.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Despite our best efforts, an error may occasionally occur in a course description, tuition, fee, or other entry in the Schedule of Classes. In the event of a printing error, the College reserves the right to apply the correct information.

RESOURCES Career Services Students currently enrolled in continuing education courses may visit Advising, Career and Transfer Services, located on the upper level of the Student Center, for resume, interview, and job search assistance. Call 443.412.2301 or visit www.harford.edu/advising for more information.

Continuing Education Transcripts Harford Community College offers official transcripts to students enrolled in continuing education courses indicated by the ¥. To obtain a transcript request form, call 443.412.2376, opt. 1. A $5 fee is required for each transcript requested.

Disability Support Services HCC is committed to serving students who have documented physical, learning, psychological, or other disabilities. Please call Disability Support Services at 443.412.2402 to discuss needs and establish eligibility for services and accommodations or go to www.harford.edu/ student-services/disability-support-services.aspx.

Textbooks If the course description indicates that a text is required, you may purchase the textbook at Harford’s College Store (443.412.2209) in the Student Center, or online at bookstore.harford.edu.

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CAMPUS POLICIES Pets on Campus It is the policy of Harford Community College to prohibit all pets from all campus buildings, offices, laboratories and athletic fields with the exception of service animals used as bona fide instructional aids, or animals used for contracted entertainment purposes. Dogs that are properly controlled (leashed) and licensed will be permitted in open campus areas. Owners will be responsible for all pet clean-up.

Nondiscrimination Harford Community College, as an institution of higher learning, believes in equal opportunity in education and in employment and encourages the enrollment and employment of all interested persons, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age (for students age 16+), disability or any other characteristic protected by law or policies and practices of HCC.

Personal Injury Upon enrollment, students agree to assume the risks and liabilities entailed in any course requirement. The student releases and holds harmless Harford Community College, its trustees, faculty, staff and administration from any injury sustained through his/her actions or the actions of other students enrolled in the course.

Code of Conduct and Sexual Harassment and Misconduct When enrolling in Harford Community College, students accept and agree to abide by the policies and regulations of HCC, including those in the Student Code of Conduct, the Drug and Alcohol Policy, the Computer Use Policy, and the Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Policy and Procedures. Students should understand that violation of these regulations will subject them to the penalties and sanctions contained in these policies. The Code of Conduct can be found online at www.harford.edu/codeofconduct and the Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Policy and Procedure can be found online at www.harford.edu/sexualmisconduct.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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Tobacco-Free Campus It is the policy of Harford Community College that the College is a smoke- and tobacco-free environment. The use of any type of tobacco product, smoking device or equipment, or any item that simulates smoking (i.e. e-cigarettes) is prohibited on all areas of the College’s property, as well as off-campus sites supervised by the College. Violators of the tobacco policy are subject to a $50 fine and/or disciplinary action. Contact the Office of Student Life, 443.412.2140, for more information on wellness assistance and smoking cessation classes.

Visitors Policy All persons attending classes must be officially registered for those classes. Any visitors (including children), other than those with bona fide academic, educational, and/or approved business with the College, are not to be in offices, labs, classrooms, break rooms, work areas, or hallways. Children (ages 12 and under) are not to be left unattended at any time, under any circumstances.

CAMPUS CLOSINGS Emergency Closings If the College announces it is closing for any reason, all classes—both on and off campus—will be canceled. Emergencies will be communicated through the HCC Alert Me system, local media outlets, and social media. You may also call the HCC Emergency Information/Weather Closings number, 443.412.2322, or visit www.harford.edu for more information.

Holiday Closings Classes at Harford Community College will not be held on the following dates: January 20 March 16-22 May 25 Classes at Harford County Public School locations will not be held on the following dates: January 20 February 17 March 16-22 April 10, 13, 28 May 25

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GENER ALCREATIVE INFORMATION ARTS

PARKING

SAFETY AND SECURITY

Parking and Traffic Control Procedures Parking is available for students in designated open lots. The maximum speed limit on campus is 15 MPH and pedestrians have the right-of-way at all times. Public Safety issues tickets for traffic and parking violations. High-speed driving, reckless driving, and failure to yield to pedestrians may result in revocation of operating privileges on campus in addition to a fine of $150.

Disabled Parking Disabled parking is clearly marked and is reserved for those displaying a valid State handicapped vehicle registration plate or permit, or a temporary HCC disabled permit. If no disabled parking is available, permit holders may park in any un-numbered employee space. Temporary HCC disabled permits are available from the Department of Public Safety for students and visitors. Requesters must submit a valid doctor’s note. The fine for illegally parking in a reserved disabled parking space is $150.

Sex Offender Registry

Campus Crime Statistics The Annual Security Report contains three consecutive years of campus crime statistics and information on how to help keep individuals and their property safe on campus. It is published and available annually by October 1. A hard copy may be requested in writing, by phone, or in person at the Department of Public Safety, 443.412.2272, located in the Belcamp building at 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015. The Annual Security Report can be accessed online at www.harford.edu/cleryreport

On-Campus Safety and Escort Services The Department of Public Safety is available on campus 24/7, and regularly patrols all campus buildings and facilities. Upon request, uniformed security officers provide escort services to and from classes. Call ext. 2272 from any campus phone to access this service.

Towing State law allows for towing of vehicles from fire lanes without warning or notification. Fire lanes are clearly marked, and this law will be strictly enforced for the safety of the community.

Numbers to Remember

The College prohibits the enrollment of individuals listed on the National or Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services Sex Offender Registry or registered with the Harford County Child Advocacy Unit. A list of registered sex offenders is available from Public Safety, 443.412.2272.

Weapons/Violence Prohibitions All persons who enter any College property are prohibited from carrying a handgun, firearm, or weapon of any kind. Only persons affiliated with a law enforcement agency who are licensed to carry a weapon and have notified College officials are exempt from this prohibition. Any form of violence, threatening behavior, or verbal/nonverbal harassment that involves or affects Harford Community College or which occurs on the College campus, or its satellites, off-site facilities, or in any off-campus location that could be considered an extension of the workplace [i.e., official travel] is prohibited. This includes threatening behavior, violent actions, and harassment by/against or between/among students, employees, supervisors, and visitors.

911 for Immediate Assistance Public Safety: 443.412.2272 (ext. 2272 on-campus) Emergency Notification/Weather Closing Line: 443.412.2322

401 Thomas Run Road • Bel Air, MD 21015 | 443.412.2000 or 410.836.4000 | www.harford.edu

BUILDING INDEX A Aberdeen Hall P Amoss Center APG APG Federal Credit Union Arena B Bel Air Hall BC Belcamp Center C Chesapeake Center CO Conowingo Center DH Darlington Hall E Edgewood Hall F Fallston Hall FHC Forest Hill Center

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HSC Harford Sports Complex Building H Havre de Grace Hall D Hays-Heighe House HC Hickory Center J Joppa Hall L Library M Maryland Hall O Observatory SC Student Center S Susquehanna Center

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Accessible Pathway Public Transportation Stop Main Entrances

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Constellation Way

DARLINGTON HALL

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FOREST HILL CENTER

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Stadium Ave.

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Fighting Owls Blvd.

Success Way

E HICKORY CENTER

S Alumni Lane

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HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPORTS COMPLEX

SUSQUEHANNA CENTER Cross Campus Drive

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Pond CONOWINGO CENTER

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OFF-CAMPUS COURSE SITES & ADDRESSES Amoss Center

Forest Hill Extension Office

North Harford High School

200 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015

2335 Rock Spring Road Forest Hill, MD 21050

211 Pylesville Road Pylesville, MD 21132

Bel Air Middle School

The GroundFloor at Harford Patterson Mill High School

99 Idlewild Street Bel Air, MD 21014

2021-G Pulaski Hwy Havre de Grace, MD 21078

85 Patterson Mill Road Bel Air, MD 21015

C. Milton Wright High School

Harford Community Action Agency

Perry Point Veterans Hospital

1301 N. Fountain Green Road Bel Air, MD 21015

1321 Woodbridge Station Way Edgewood, MD 21040

Chenowith Activity Center

Harford Technical High School

1707 Fallston Road Fallston, MD 21047

Edgewood High School

Havre de Grace Activity Center

Edgewood Public Library

351 Lewis Lane Havre de Grace, MD 21078

EPICENTER at Edgewood 1918 Palaski Hwy Edgewood, MD 21040

Fallston High School 2301 Carrs Mill Road Fallston, MD 21047

Fallston Middle School 2303 Carrs Mill Road Fallston, MD 21047

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Ruggles Golf Course 5600 Maryland Boulevard Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

200 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015

2415 Willoughby Beach Road Edgewood, MD 21040

629 Edgewood Road Edgewood, MD 21040

515 Broad Street Perry Point, MD 21902

Southampton Middle School 1200 Moores Mill Road Bel Air, MD 21014

Havre de Grace High School 700 Congress Avenue Havre de Grace, MD 21078

Life Church 1007 S. Stepney Road Aberdeen, MD 21001

McFaul Activities Center 525 W. MacPhail Road Bel Air, MD 21015

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 Spring  Summer  Fall

Harford Community College Noncredit Registration 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 P: 443.412.2376 | F: 443.412.2383

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How did you hear about this course?  Newspaper  Radio  HCC Marquee  HCC Website  Printed Schedule of Classes  HCC Kids Summer Program Booklet  Email  Postcard/Flyer/Brochure  HCC Social Media  Referral from Family or Friend  Referral from Instructor  Other ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COURSE #

COURSE TITLE

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FEE

OUT-OF-COUNTY SURCHARGE $20

OUT-OF-STATE SURCHARGE $35

COST

SUBTOTAL WAIVER ELIGIBILITY:

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Payment is due at time of registration.  Check  Money Order  VISA  MasterCard  Discover  American Express

I accept and agree to abide by the policies and regulations of HCC. I understand that violation of these regulations may subject me to penalties and sanctions. (A copy of the Student Code may be obtained from the Student Activities Office.) I certify that the information on this form is accurate and complete. Failure to provide accurate information may be just cause for dismissal from the College.

We will contact you for payment by credit/debit card as soon as your registration has been processed. Date

NOTE: Photographs may be taken in classrooms and/or on campus and used for Harford Community College promotions including, but not limited to, use on Facebook, the College website, and print materials. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform the photographer.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING 2020

H.O.T. C E R T I F I C AT E PROGRAMS HIGH-DEMAND OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING

Maryland Mean Wage†

HEALTHCARE

Employment Growth (US)‡

Dental Assistant

$40,430

18%

Histotechnician

$42,090

18%

Medical Administrative Assistant

$36,880

21% *

Nursing Assistant

$29,700

18%

Paramedic 

$41,320

24%

Phlebotomy Technician

$38,060

25%

Physical Therapy Technician

$27,610

41%

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Computer Network Support Specialist

$72,730

8%

Computer User Support Specialist

$54,320

13%

Information Security Analyst

$104,830

18%

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

$106,000

9%

Certified Child Care Provider

$25,060

5%

Culinary Technician

$46,610

5%

$133,500

9%

$27,450

9%

PROFESSIONAL/SERVICE Human Resources Manager Veterinary Assistant

TRADES Are you looking to start a career in a growing industry? Consider a H.O.T. Certificate at HCC.

Apprenticeship - Electrician 

$53,830

14%

Apprenticeship - HVAC 

$54,830

14%

Applied Engineering Technician

$70,000

7% **

Harford Community College has developed High-Demand Occupational Training (H.O.T.) Certificates based on the projected employment growth in various industries. Choose the career that’s right for you and boost your career by earning a H.O.T. Certificate.

Building Maintenance Technician

$41,430

6%

Commercial Truck Driver

$46,010

5%

Forklift Operator

$38,560

3%

Heavy Equipment Operator

$47,160

10%

$54,830

14%

† State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for the State of Maryland, May 2016.

HVAC/Refrigeration Repair Technician Home Improvement Contractor

$43,600

6%

Home Inspector

$56,680

8%

Machine Manufacturing Technician

$43,160

6%

Solar Photovoltaic Installer

$39,490

105%

Welder

$46,410

4%

‡ U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment Projections Program. Percent change in employment, projected 2014-24. * Source: acinet.org ** Source: careeronestop.org. Projected employment growth in Maryland. *** Occupational Outlook Handbook Median Annual Wages, May 2016 (US). U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics.

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The intent of the publication is to provide community residents with information on Harford Community College’s educational offerings applicable to the current occupational outlook. The College does not guarantee that an offer of employment will result for students who have completed the recommended HCC courses/ programs.

 LICENSURE PROGRAMS

Information on this chart was obtained through the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, 201617 Occupational Outlook Handbook, www.bls.gov/ooh.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Computer Training Attendance Requirements: For computer training courses, you must attend 75% of the course in order to receive a certificate of completion.

COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS Introduction to Business Computing

COMPUTER TR AINING

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATES Computer Fundamentals with Microsoft Office Certificate Earn a Computer Fundamentals certificate when you successfully complete a series of six computer classroom courses: four core courses and two additional classroom computer courses. Students may take the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint courses in any order. The certificate recognizes the student’s achievement in gaining knowledge in using computers for business or personal applications. 1. Complete four core courses: • Introduction to Business Computing or Computer Basics for Allied Health • Learn Word in a Day • Learn Excel in a Day • Learn PowerPoint in a Day

2. Complete two electives: • Select any two full-day classroom computer courses listed in the Noncredit Schedule.

3. Call 443.360.9108 to receive your Computer Fundamentals certificate.

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Microsoft Office Power User Certificate Become part of an elite group of qualified, knowledgeable Microsoft Office users in the modern workplace. Complete this certificate program and prove your ability as a productive Microsoft Office user and increase your credibility with employers. Earn the Microsoft Office Power User certificate when you successfully complete all core classroom courses and one classroom elective as listed below. These classes will help prepare you to sit for the Microsoft Office 2016 Specialist Certification Exams. 1. Complete five core courses: • • • • •

Word Intermediate Features Excel Intermediate Features Word Advanced Features Excel Advanced Features Introduction to Access

2. Complete one elective course from the following list: • Advanced PowerPoint • Access Intermediate

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25199

Tuition:

199

$

MON, WED 9:15 AM-12:25 PM E-215 CRN:

25200

Tuition:

CRN:

25201

Fee:

59

$

1/27-2/12 Sessions: 6 J. Reilly

199

$

TUE, THU 6-9:10 PM E-215

Fee:

59

$

3/24-4/16 Sessions: 6 G. Williamson Tuition:

199

$

TUE, THU 9:15 AM-12:25 PM E-215

Fee:

59

$

6/2-6/18 Sessions: 6 J. Reilly

Computer Basics for Allied Health Acquire the basic computer skills required for employment as an Allied Health professional. Learn the fundamentals of MS Windows, file management, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. Along with learning the basic components of the computer, you will learn to navigate the desktop; store and retrieve files; create, save and print a Word document; work with formulas and tables in an Excel spreadsheet; and create and modify an Access database using building queries. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ CRN:

3. Call 443.360.9108 to receive your Microsoft Office Power User certificate.

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Are you a new computer user? Learn the basics of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and Microsoft PowerPoint. Produce a document, make a spreadsheet, create a database, and create a presentation. Textbook purchase required.

25202

TUE, THU 5:30-9:40 PM DH-211

www.harford.edu/register

Tuition:

269

$

Fee:

59

$

1/28–2/20 Sessions: 8 B. Lamka


COMPUTER TR AINING

MICROSOFT EXCEL

MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONS Learn Word in a Day (or 2 Nights) Learn how to use Microsoft Word to format text and paragraphs; work with tabs and margins; add borders and shading; insert headers and footers; add and format page numbers; and create, format, and edit tables. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ CRN:

25203

125

Fee:

49

$

WED 3/11 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 J. Reilly

CRN:

u¥µ Tuition:

125

$

25206

Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

THU 4/23 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 B. Ekey

Word Advanced Features Expand your intermediate Microsoft Word knowledge with the advanced features of the software. Integrate Word with other Microsoft programs; create and modify forms; create and modify screenshots; add comments; track changes; and learn to customize Word. Prerequisite: Word Intermediate Features. Textbook purchase required.

25207

Tuition:

125

$

25205

49

Fee:

49

$

THU 3/12 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 B. Ekey

25213

Tuition:

125

$

CRN:

25214

Fee:

49

$

4/13 & 4/15 Session: 2 B. Ekey Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

TUE 5/12 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 J. Reilly

Excel Intermediate Features Expand your knowledge of Microsoft Excel by learning to create more complex workbooks. Create, modify, and format charts; analyze table data; create and run simple macros; and use what-if analysis. Prerequisite: Learn Excel in a Day. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ CRN:

25215

Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

THU 5/21 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 B. Ekey

u¥µ CRN:

Fee:

$

TUE 2/4 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 J. Reilly

MON, WED 6-9:25 PM E-215

Improve your Microsoft Word skills by producing more complex documents. Work with graphics; learn mail merge; create labels; design styles and templates; generate an index; and insert headers and footers in multiple sections. Prerequisite: Learn Word in a Day. Textbook purchase required.

25204

u¥µ

CRN:

Word Intermediate Features

CRN:

Maximize your time with tools and techniques to create professional spreadsheets. Create a spreadsheet from scratch; insert formulas and functions; use formatting features; and create a simple chart. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. Textbook purchase required.

CRN: Tuition:

If you’re interested in pursuing a career in IT, Construction/Trades, or Healthcare, this scholarship may be for you!

Learn Excel in a Day (or 2 Nights!)

MICROSOFT WORD

$

Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship

The scholarship is state funded and available to Maryland residents or graduates of a Maryland high school who are registering for an approved Workforce Development program—both new and current students may apply. Up to $2,000 per fiscal year can be awarded. Applications are reviewed in the order received and based on available funding.

Chizmar Family Paramedic Scholarship Available to students who are accepted into the HCC Paramedic Program and meet the eligibility requirement. One scholarship is awarded per cohort, up to $5,000.

Hunter Memorial Scholarship Available to Harford County residents applying to a Workforce Development Program. Must be able to demonstrate you are a graduate of HPCS OR have earned your GED in Harford County, and received a 2.75 GPA or higher from a HCPS. Scholarship is in the amount of $500.

Mayhorne Scholarship For students completing a Workforce Development Program and graduates of HCPS, having completed a Career & Technology Education Program. One $500 scholarship is awarded per year.

Presidential Scholarship College-funded scholarship is awarded based on financial need and available for those students completing a Workforce Development Program.

Rockfield Manor Scholarship Awarded to Harford County residents registering for a Workforce Development Program. Up to $1,000 will be awarded.

Susquehanna Workforce Network Vouchers If you are unemployed, please check with Susquehanna Workforce Network: • Aberdeen:

410.272.5400

• Bel Air:

410.836.4625

• Cecil County: 410.996.0550 Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

MON 5/11 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 L. Meyers

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Excel Advanced Features Expand your intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Excel by learning the advanced features of the software. Create pivot tables; create a template; use advanced analysis features; insert comments; embed an Excel chart into a PowerPoint slide; and import a table into Access. Prerequisite: Excel Intermediate Features. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ CRN:

25216

Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

MON 6/8 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 T. Hoerl

Create imaginative and attention-grabbing PowerPoint presentations by inserting objects, modifying the master slide, and using animation. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ

25217

Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

WED 4/22 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 C. Blubaugh

Expand your knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint with the advanced features of the software. Work with charts; update a linked Excel worksheet; create custom tables; design and format SmartArt; animate a chart, add action buttons; add comments; and design a custom show. Prerequisite: Learn PowerPoint in a Day. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ CRN:

25218

Tuition:

125

$

Fee:

49

$

TUE 5/19 8:30 AM-4 PM Session: 1 E-215 B. Ekey

Introduction to Big Data

u¥µ

25219

Tuition:

249

$

Fee:

49

$

6/15 & 6/22 Sessions: 2 B. Ekey

MICROSOFT PROJECT

u¥µ Tuition:

289

$

Fee:

49

$

MON 3/2 & 3/9 8:30 AM-4 PM Sessions: 2 E-215 Staff

COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING Gain knowledge of how to automate business finances, including how to set up a new or existing company. In addition, learn to track expenses and income; monitor and pay sales tax; receive and deposit payments and reconcile bank statements; and print invoices, statements, payroll checks, and reports. Prerequisites: Knowledge of accounting and Windows.

25221

Tuition:

289

$

Fee:

49

$

WED 1/29–2/26 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 5 E-215 B. Lam

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25262

Tuition:

399

$

MON, TUE 8 AM-5 PM E-215

Fee:

99

$

4/6 & 4/7 Sessions: 2 C. Greco

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Introduction to Data Analytics This course will prepare the student to gather and do preliminary analytics on data sampled from a larger data set. The student will review the statistical elements to analyze data, the “rules” behind determining if the data is valid, and finally using the knowledge gained from the course to analyze real-world data from probably the largest data repositories in the United States. The student is not required to know statistics or math, since the course is not statistics focused as much as it is understanding the logic behind data gathering and analysis. CRN:

QuickBooks

CRN:

CRN:

NEW!

Discover the uses of Microsoft Project. Create a task list; set up resources; assign resources to tasks; format and share your plan; track progress on tasks; and fine-tune task details, resource details, assignment details, and the Project Plan. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. Textbook purchase require.

25220

This course covers one of the most important topics of our time—Big Data. After a review of statistical concepts and fundamentals, the student will understand the concept of Big Data and how organizations use Big Data in order to provide the services necessary for daily routines. The student will also comprehend how the Internet of Things (IOT) associates with Big Data.

DATA ANALYTICS

Introduction to Microsoft Project

CRN:

Advanced PowerPoint

NEW!

Learn the fundamentals of database design and explore key terms and concepts within Microsoft Access. Create a database, use queries to find and analyze data, and design simple forms and reports. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. Textbook purchase required.

MON 8:30 AM-4 PM E-215

Learn PowerPoint in a Day (or 2 Nights!)

BIG DATA

Introduction to Access

CRN:

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT

CRN:

MICROSOFT ACCESS

25263

THU, FRI 8 AM-5 PM E-215

Tuition:

399

$

Fee:

4/16 & 17 Sessions: 2 C. Greco

HYBRID COURSE  = Look for this symbol for courses with instruction both in the classroom and online.

www.harford.edu/register

99

$


COMPUTER TR AINING

CLOUD COMPUTING NEW!

AWS Cloud Foundations AWS Academy’s Cloud Foundations is intended for students who seek an overall understanding of cloud computing concepts, independent of specific technical roles. It provides a detailed overview of cloud concepts, AWS core services, security, architecture, pricing, and support. Prerequisite: Basic IT and business knowledge.

CRN:

25264

HYBRID COURSE Tuition:

349

$

Fee:

99

$

FRI 1/31-2/14 8 AM–5PM Sessions: 3 J-008 M. Shirk CRN:

25265

Tuition:

349

$

MON, WED, FRI 8 AM–5 PM J-008

Fee:

99

$

4/20-4/24 Sessions: 3 D. Law

NEW!

Fundamentals of Cloud Admin

CRN:

25266

HYBRID COURSE Tuition:

TUE, THU 11 AM–12:50 PM J–008

399

$

Fundamentals of PC Repair

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE A+ Certification

Fee:

80

$

1/21–5/14 Sessions: 32 D. Law

Gain a basic foundational knowledge of personal computers and the skills required to work in an IT career.

What is A+ Certification? Sponsored by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), A+ Certification is an industry-wide, globally recognized credential for today’s PC Repair Technicians. It is a marketable certification that organizations seek when hiring PC Technicians to support and maintain PCs in a diverse network environment. Whether a student pursues A+ Certification for its own merit or as a starting point for other certifications, the courses offered at Harford Community College give a firm foundation of knowledge, ability, and skills in the field of maintenance and PC Repair. Practice tests are used in preparing for the exam. Required Courses

Students will gain knowledge and develop hands-on experience solving real-world problems in the area of cloud administration. This includes the process to provision, orchestrate, scale, manage and monitor cloud services across computers, storage, networking, and security using various cloud interfaces. All projects utilize existing public cloud infrastructure, tools, and services. Specifically, students will be exposed to real-world scenarios, infrastructure, and data. It is our goal that students will develop the skills needed to become a cloud administrator.

A+ CERTIFICATION

CompTIA CERTIFICATIONS

• Fundamentals of PC Repair • PC Repair Technician Level 1 • PC Repair Technician Level 2

CRN:

25597

Tuition:

449

$

Fee:

49

$

MON 2/10-2/22 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 4 B-242 J. Pulaski Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT 2/10-2/22 8:30 AM-3:30 PM B-242 J. Pulaski

PC Repair Technician Level 1 This is the second course in a series of three designed to prepare students to sit for the A+ Certification exam. Learn how different hardware and software components interact to make a PC system function. Install Windows to discuss, troubleshoot, and repair common problems. Skills include basic maintenance techniques, configuring, optimizing, and troubleshooting Windows initialization/support files. Prerequisite: Fundamentals of PC Repair. Textbook purchase required.

Textbooks/Exams

Texts for courses must be purchased before the first day of class. Textbooks can be purchased at the College Store or online at bookstore.harford.edu. Classes include practice test sessions. It is recommended that exams be taken within six weeks of course completion

CRN:

25223

Tuition:

1,375

$

Fee:

199

$

MON 2/24-4/11 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 12 OELIB-137 J. Pulaski Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT 2/24-4/11 8:30 AM-3:30 PM No class 3/16 & 3/21.

CompTIA's recommended sequence is A+, Network+, Security +, a Workforce Development Scholarship-eligible program

Technical Certifications Technical certifications measure competency and capability to demonstrate technical knowledge to potential employers. Increase your marketability, salary, and the business value of your future company. Today, virtually every technology professional can benefit by pursuing a well-chosen certification. Advance your career or start a new one with industry certifications offered online or in the traditional classroom setting. Harford Community College provides affordable, flexible IT certification and training programs designed to build skills and fit a busy lifestyle. Discover more with HCC’s certification training. For information, call 443.360.9108 or visit www.harford.edu/computertraining.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 PC Repair Technician Level 2 This is the third course in a series of three designed to prepare students to sit for the A+ Certification exam. Building on the knowledge learned in the Fundamentals of PC Repair and the PC Repair Technician Level 1 course, learn to dismantle and reassemble a complete PC system and to be able to identify, repair, and/or replace every component in the PC system. Students work with motherboards, CPUs, power supplies, BIOS, memory, video cards, hard drives, CD-ROMs, sound cards, network cards, SCSI, and printers. Prerequisite: Fundamentals of PC Repair and PC Repair Technician Level 1. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25225

Tuition:

1,375

$

Fee:

199

$

MON 4/13-5/23 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 12 OELIB-137 J. Pulaski Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT 4/13-5/23 8:30 AM-3:30 PM

A+ Exam Prep This course explains why anyone looking to get hired in IT should earn A+ certification, and how to go about studying for and passing both of the 90-question exams. The nine objectives that are covered on these exams are hardware; networking; mobile devices; hardware and network troubleshooting; Windows operating systems; other operating systems and technologies; security; software troubleshooting; and operational procedures. This class looks at sample exam questions from all nine of these areas.

u¥ CRN:

25238

Tuition:

549

$

Fee:

99

$

FRI 2/21-4/17 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 8 OELIB-137 J. Pulaski

NETWORK+ CERTIFICATION

SECURITY+ CERTIFICATION

Network Technician

Fundamentals of Network Security (Security+)

Advance from an A+ certified (or equivalent) technician to a network support technician. This hands-on course covers every aspect of PC networks, from basic troubleshooting through advanced system configuration. Prerequisite: A+ Certified or Fundamentals of PC Repair, PC Repair Technician Level 1 and 2, or equivalent experience. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25322

Tuition:

1,495

$

Fee:

199

$

MON 6/1-8/15 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 20 OELIB-137 J. Pulaski Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT 6/1-8/15 8:30 AM-3:30 PM No class 6/29 & 7/4.

This course helps individuals study and pass their Network+ exam. The five domains that are covered on the exam are network architecture, network operations, network security, troubleshooting, and industrial standards, practices and network theory. This class examines sample exam questions from all five of these area.

25240

Tuition:

379

$

Fee:

99

$

FRI 4/24-5/22 6-9:10 PM Sessions: 5 OELIB-137 J. Pulaski

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u¥ CRN:

25224

Tuition:

1,559

$

Fee:

199

$

MON-FRI 2/17-2/21 8 AM-5 PM Sessions: 5 E-215 L. Hewitt

Security+ Exam Prep

Network+ Exam Prep

CRN:

Benefit from an in-depth discussion of the current risks and threats to an organization’s data as well as the strategies for safeguarding critical electronic assets. This course provides a foundation for those responsible for protecting network services, devices, traffic, and data. Gain the information necessary to sit for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. Textbook purchase required.

This course helps individuals study and pass their Security+ exam. The five domains that are covered on the exam are network security; compliance and operational security; threats and vulnerabilities; application, data and host security; and access control and identity management. This class examines sample exam questions from all five of these areas.

u¥ CRN:

25242

THU, FRI 8 AM-5 PM E-215

www.harford.edu/register

Tuition:

379

$

Fee:

99

$

5/14 & 5/15 Sessions: 2 D. Reese


COMPUTER TR AINING

CASP CERTIFICATION

COMPUTER & NETWORK SECURITY

CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

The CASP certification is an international, vendor-neutral exam that proves competency in enterprise security; risk management; research and analysis; and integration of computing, communications, and business disciplines. This certification is CompTIA’s first mastery-level certification exam and was voted onto the DoD 8570 exam list in February 2013. Prerequisite: While there is no required prerequisite, the CASP certification is intended to follow CompTIA Security+ or equivalent experience and has a technical, hands-on focus at the enterprise level. Textbook purchase required.

CISSP Certification is an international standard designed to recognize the mastery of information security of a Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). This test preparation course both educates on and reviews the eight CISSP information systems security domains relevant to the professional certification exam. This certification is one of the requirements of the DoD 8570 directive. Prerequisites: Significant IT security experience is required and prior certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, MCSE or SCNP are recommended. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25284

u¥ Tuition:

1,799

$

Fee:

99

$

MON-FRI 2/24-2/28 8 AM-5 PM Sessions: 5 E-215 D. Reese

CISCO CISCO classes to return Fall 2020

CRN:

25260

Tuition:

1,799

$

Fee:

Certified Ethical Hacker To beat a hacker you have to think like one! Ethical hacking is the process of penetrating computers, networks, and applications that you have official authorization to access in order to determine if vulnerabilities exist. Once the vulnerabilities are discovered, what should be done to undertake preventative, corrective, and protective countermeasures before an actual compromise to the system takes place? This course will teach you how to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems. You will use the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker, but in a lawful and legitimate manner to assess the security of a target system. Students will complete the exam in class.

u¥ CRN:

25261

Tuition:

MON - FRI 8:30 AM-4:30 PM E-215

1,399

$

Fee:

849

$

4/27-5/1 Sessions: 5 D. Reese

99

$

MON-FRI 5/4-5/8 8 AM-5 PM Sessions: 5 E-215 L. Hewitt

Certified Information Systems Security Professional Exam Prep (CISSP)

NOTICE: All Department of

This course helps individuals study and pass their CISSP exam. The eight domains that are covered on the exam are security and risk management; asset security; security engineering; communications and network security; identity and access management; security assessment and testing; security operations; and software development security. This class examines sample exam questions from all eight of these areas. Textbook purchase required.

Get Your Company DFARS Compliant in 6 Hours of Training by Accomplishing the Following:

u¥ CRN:

25243

SAT 8 AM-5 PM E-215

Tuition:

379

$

Fee:

99

$

6/6 & 6/13 Sessions: 2 L. Hewitt

Defense Contractors and SubContractors expected to be compliant with NIST SP 800-171 by December 31, 2017.

• Learn the DFARS requirements and train for your company’s Self-Assessment. • Protect your company’s Intellectual Property, Trade Secrets and Proprietary System Designs secured in FEDRAMP. This course is great for IT managers, CIO, CEO, CISO, a 2 person Sub-Contractor Shop or any person designed by your company for Assessment. If interested, contact pkarwowski@ harford.edu and reference this ad.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM Heating & Air Conditioning

TR ADES/TECHNOLOGY

APPRENTICESHIPS Apprenticeships are a great way to gain an in-demand skill while earning income and beginning your career. As an apprentice, you get real on-the-job experience and earnings while learning your trade. By completing one of our apprenticeship programs, you will earn a journeyperson’s license and have a career that can help you reach your goals!

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

If you are interested in becoming an HVACR professional or are currently employed by a licensed HVACR company, you can now train to become a licensed journeyman through HCC’s partnership with the Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland (HACC of MD). The program takes four years to complete and includes a classroom portion along with 8,000 hours of on-the job training. Upon completion of the program, you will be eligible to receive your journeyman license from the State of Maryland without taking the exam. To enroll in this program, you must apply. More information and the application can be found at haccmd. org/apprenticeship.html. Applications for 2020 will be available from July 1, 2020 to August 14, 2020. For more information, please contact Stephanie Anderson at sanderson@ haccmd.org or 410.431.8889, or go to www.haccmd.org.

Electrical

The Harford County Electrical Contractors Association and Harford Community College offer a Maryland State-approved four-year Electrical Apprenticeship Program. For information about the Harford County Electrical Contractors Association or to obtain an application, call Ronn Blaney, 443.412.2800, or email rblaney@ harford.edu. Students must apply before May 31 to be considered for the fall classes beginning at the end of August for that calendar year.

For general information about HCC's apprenticeship programs, contact Matt Baylis at mbaylis@harford.edu or call 443.412.2728.

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For further information on apprenticeships in Maryland, call Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Programs, Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation at 410.767.2246.

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TR ADES/TECHNOLOGY

APPLIED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Applied Engineering Technician

According to CareerOneStop, a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, employment of engineering technicians and technologists is expected to increase 7% through 2024, with a median wage in Maryland of $70,000! Students completing a certificate program could find a wide variety of job opportunities in manufacturing, electronics, production and processing, operations, and research and development.

Some specific tasks performed by an Engineering Technician: • Assist engineers and scientists in conducting applied research in electrical engineering. • Design or modify engineering schematics for electrical transmission and distribution systems or for electrical installation in residential, commercial, or industrial buildings, using computer­ aided design (CAD) software. • Diagnose, test, or analyze the performance of electrical components, assemblies, or systems. • Install or maintain electrical control systems, industrial automation systems, or electrical equipment, including control circuits, variable speed drives, or programmable logic controllers. Required Courses • Introduction to Engineering Technology • Introduction to Electrical Control Systems • Basic Electricity/Electronics for Engineering Technicians • Print Reading • Technical Writing

Elective Courses • CAD

•3D Printing

Students should have solid applied technology skills/background or good math, science and computer skills. HS Diploma/GED required. For more information, contact JeanMarie Lewis, jmlewis@harford.edu.

Introduction to Engineering Technology

Technical Writing for Engineering Technicians

This course introduces students to the history, responsibilities, and career opportunities within the engineering technology field. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students study report writing, calculator usage, data collection and analysis, measurement systems, geometry, introductory trigonometry, and basic computer skills, including word processing and spreadsheet applications. Also examined are the ethical standards that guide engineering practices.

This course prepares students to communicate specialized information to different audiences (e.g., technical and nontechnical people, colleagues and clients, peers and supervisors, in-house departments, and government agencies), work in teams, and address organizational and ethical issues. The course material is drawn primarily from professional contexts, principally engineering.

u¥ CRN:

25291

Tuition:

479

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA

Fee:

99

$

1/21-2/20 Sessions: 10 H. Richardson

Basic Electricity/ Electronics for Engineering Technicians This course covers the basic concepts of electronics: Semiconductor and zener diodes, junction field-effect and metallic-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors, bipolar and unijunction transistors. An introduction to electrical systems as they relate to electronics is also covered.

u¥ CRN:

25292

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA

Tuition:

549

$

Fee:

99

$

3/3-4/16 Sessions: 12 H. Richardson

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

u¥ CRN:

25538

Tuition:

150

$

Fee:

150

$

WED 4/1-4/22 6-8:30 PM Sessions: 4 TBA Staff

Introduction to Electrical Control Systems This course covers the basic concepts needed to understand the operation and programming techniques common to most Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). An overview of Programmable Logic Controllers and the different number systems are covered. Topics include various number systems, programming fundamentals, timers, counters, sensors and their wiring, input/output modules and wiring, arithmetic instructions, and an overview of plant floor communications.

u¥ CRN:

25293

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA

¥ = Transcript Available

Tuition:

459

$

Fee:

99

$

4/28-5/28 Sessions: 10 H. Richardson

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Engineering Technical Print Reading

This course examines the basic principles of blueprint reading. Topics include line types, orthographic projections, dimensioning methods, and notes. Students learn how to interpret different types of blueprints and schematics used in various engineering, technical or industrial environments. Students interpret the different types of standard symbols and abbreviations found on the drawings and schematics, such as electrical or mechanical drawings and wiring diagrams.

u¥ CRN:

25539

Tuition:

250

$

Fee:

250

$

TUE, THU 6/2-6/25 6-9 PM Sessions: 8 TBA Staff

Instrumentation for Industrial Applications This program prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers engaged in developing control and measurement systems and procedures. Includes instruction in instrumentation design and maintenance, calibration, design and production testing and scheduling, automated equipment functions, applications to specific industrial tasks, and report preparation. Successful graduates will be prepared to work as entry-level technicians equipped with skills required for testing, installing, inspecting, calibrating, maintaining, and troubleshooting process-controlled systems.

u¥ CRN:

25294

Tuition:

295

$

Fee:

175

$

SAT 4/4-5/9 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 6 TBA H. Richardson

COMMERCIAL TRUCK DRIVER H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Truck Driver Training

America needs more truck drivers. A 2017 report by the American Trucking Association said that this industry needs to hire almost 900,000 more drivers to meet the rising demand. Harford Community College partners with Cecil College to offer one of the few, exclusive Commercial Truck Driver training programs in the country certified by the Professional Truck Drivers Institute (PTDI). PTDI certification means that your training meets industry-leading standards for the highest quality driver training, professionalism, and safety. You can complete your Class A license to drive the “big rigs,” or complete your Class B license to drive straight trucks such as box trucks, dump trucks, or cement mixers. You can also complete the passenger endorsement course if you want to drive busses. The Class A program is 300 hours, completed over eight weeks full-time, or ten weeks of evenings and weekends. Mandatory physical/drug testing, permitting, and the actual driving tests are included in the cost of the course for Class A. The Class B can be completed in just 75 hours and 10 days. Testing is included in the cost of the course.

In order to register for CDL courses, students must: 1. Be at least 18 years of age. Federal regulations require interstate drivers to be at least 21 years old. 2. Be able to read and speak English well enough to converse, take written tests, make reports, and keep records. 3. Pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical and drug screen. 4. Possess a valid driver’s license from your state of residence. 5. Pass a basic reading and math test. 6. Have no more than three points on your license. 7. Have no alcohol- or drug-related vehicle violations showing on your MVA driving record. 8. Have no outstanding tickets or suspensions from any state. 9. Have the ability to learn how to shift a manual transmission vehicle. 10. Have reliable transportation. All students must be interviewed prior to registering. To receive your application and schedule your interview, please contact Tina Durborow, 410.287.1615, or email tdurborow@cecil.edu.

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TRUCK DRIVING TRAINING SPRING SCHEDULE Class A — Daytime Fee: 8 AM-5 PM (MON-FRI) Bainbridge Range No class 1/20.

1/6–2/28

8 AM-5 PM (MON-FRI) Bainbridge Range No class 3/20.

3/16–5/8

8 AM-5 PM (MON-FRI) Bainbridge Range No class 5/25.

5/4–6/26

Class A — Evenings and Weekends Fee:

4,625

$

4,625

$

6-10 PM (TUE-THU) 8 AM-5 PM (SAT, SUN) Bainbridge Range

1/7–3/15

6-10 PM (TUE-THU) 8 AM-5 PM (SAT, SUN) Bainbridge Range No class 4/12.

3/10–5/17

6-10 PM (TUE-THU) 8 AM-5 PM (SAT, SUN) Bainbridge Range No class 7/4-7/10.

5/26–8/9

Class B — Daytime Fee: 8 AM-5 PM (TUE-FRI) 1/21–2/5 (TUE & WED 3rd WEEK ONLY) Bainbridge Range

8 AM-5 PM (TUE-FRI) 3/31–4/15 (TUE & WED 3rd WEEK ONLY) Bainbridge Range 8 AM-5 PM (TUE-FRI) 5/19–6/3 (TUE & WED 3rd WEEK ONLY) Bainbridge Range

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2,125

$


TR ADES/TECHNOLOGY

CONSTRUCTION/TRADE

Basic Carpentry Develop the basic carpentry skills needed to build, repair, and maintain structural and finishing components of buildings. Emphasis will be placed on proper tools and terminology for particular jobs. Learn how to fit joints, erect inside walls, and install drywall on ceilings and walls. Also learn basic siding and roofing techniques.

u¥ CRN:

25085

Tuition:

295

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 3/28-6/6 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 10 E-155 Staff

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

Building Maintenance A Building Maintenance Technician maintains and manages a variety of systems in various buildings. This program is designed to provide students with the most up to-date information and skills necessary for effectively and efficiently maintaining residential and commercial properties. Courses focus on maintaining plumbing, air conditioning, heating and electrical systems, and carpentry skills. In addition, the student must take the OSHA 10-hour safety course. Program graduates are prepared for entry-level positions for maintenance workers, facilities managers, building contractors, construction material sales, and inspectors. With additional experience and education, students may progress to management and supervisory positions in the construction and maintenance fields. Must take Basic Refrigeration or have instructor approval prior to taking any other HVAC courses. Required Courses • Basic Carpentry • Basic Electricity [See p. 65] • Basic Plumbing • Basic Refrigeration [See p. 61] • OSHA 10-Hour [See p. 64] • Preparation for Refrigerant Recovery Certification (CFC) [See p. 64]

Other Recommended Courses • Blueprint Reading • Boiler Plant Operator [See p. 65] • First Aid/CPR • Forklift Certification [See p. 65]

For more information, contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu.

Basic Plumbing This course covers identifying pipe and fittings, proper methods for joining all types of pipe and fittings, hanging and securing pipe, and using materials and tools. Topics include removing, replacing, and repairing plumbing fixtures; new installations; and troubleshooting. Upon completion, students will be able to make plumbing repairs, install plumbing fixtures, and be able to join various pipe and fittings.

u¥ CRN:

25086

Tuition:

315

$

Fee:

205

$

SAT 1/25-3/14 8 AM-12 PM Sessions: 9 TBA M. McBain CRN:

25087

Tuition:

315

$

Fee:

205

$

SAT 4/25-6/27 8 AM-12 PM Sessions: 9 E-157 M. McBain

Construction Blueprint Reading This course teaches the construction worker how to read the different parts of blueprints. Topics include site work; architectural plans including elevations, section and schedules; structural plans; mechanical drawings including plumbing, heating, and air conditioning; and electrical work on power, lighting, and controls. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25092

Tuition:

175

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA

Fee:

175

$

1/14-1/23 Sessions: 4 F. Stoker

Construction Cost Estimating I This course includes types of estimates and estimating procedures; types of construction drawings; specifications that include state and local building codes; calculating and processing bids, quotes, and contracts; and a review of math associated with estimating. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25093

Tuition:

299

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA

Fee:

189

$

2/4-3/5 Sessions: 10 F. Stoker

Drywall Repair

This course will teach the student basic electrical theory and hands-on wiring knowledge. The student will practice repairing cords, plugs, lights and doorbells. Also emphasized are switches and receptacles.

Drywall repair comes in these 5 categories: small holes, large holes, cracks, loose tape joints, and nail heads. For textured walls, you will first need to follow the procedures to repair the wall, then you can use texturing techniques to match the existing wall surface. For plaster walls, many of the techniques listed here can also be used to repair plaster cracks and holes. This is an 8-hour course. Textbook purchase required.

Basic Residential Wiring

CRN:

25089

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

109

$

SAT 2/22 8 AM-4:30 PM Session: 1 E-144 Staff CRN:

25090

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

CRN:

25094

TUE, THU 5:30-9:30 PM E-155

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

119

$

3/3-3/5 Sessions: 2 D. Wills

109

$

SAT 4/25 8 AM-4:30 PM Session: 1 E-144 Staff

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Drywall/Plaster Repair Maintenance Drywall repair comes in these 5 categories: small holes, large holes, cracks, loose tape joints, and nail heads. For textured walls, you will first need to follow the procedures to repair the wall, then you can use texturing techniques to match the existing wall surface. For plaster walls, many of the techniques listed here can also be used to repair plaster cracks and holes. This is a 24-hour course. Textbook purchase required.

u짜 CRN:

25095

Tuition:

159

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM E-155

Fee:

179

$

4/21-5/14 Sessions: 8 D. Wills

MOSH Training Classes Safety Training courses are offered in partnership with Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH). Confined Space 3/11 | 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Emergency Response Disaster Preparedness 4/17 | 8:30 AM-3:30 PM Electrical Safety/LOTO 4/21 | 8:30 AM-3:30 PM

Introduction to Construction Project Management This course will introduce the concepts and life cycle of managing a project, concentrating on construction project management, and focusing on the mechanical aspect. CRN:

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE This course prepares students to take the Maryland Home Improvement License Examination. A secondary objective is to familiarize students with the home improvement contractor business. Topics include home improvement law, the Door-to-Door Sales Act, labor laws, safety regulations, payroll taxes, statutory liens of real property, business practices, finances, and cost estimating. Textbook purchase required.

u짜

25098 Tuition: 189

TUE, THU 6-8 PM TBA

Fee:

149

$

4/7-4/23 Sessions: 6 F. Stoker

For more information, contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu.

For additional dates and to register, go to www.dllr.state.md.us/labor/mosh and tab to seminar registration.

Introduction to Construction Industry

MOSH can be contacted directly:

This course will introduce students to the basic skills necessary to pursue a career in construction. It also offers career preparation standards, which include basic academic skills, communication, interpersonal skills, problem solving, workplace safety, technology, and employment literacy. CRN:

25314

Tuition:

49

$

MON, WED 6-8:30 PM Edgewood Library CRN:

25315

Tuition:

MON, WED 6-8:30 PM Edgewood Library

60 |

295

$

Fee:

199

$

Residential Plumbing Repair This course is an introduction to basic plumbing repair and maintenance work including identification of plumbing materials, repair and maintenance of plumbing fixture components, replacement of piping, unclogging drainage systems, identification and location of plumbing problems, and assessment of plumbing repair jobs.

u짜 $

Silica in Construction 5/19 | 8 AM-1 PM

Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation Division of Labor and Industry, Maryland Occupational Safety and Health 10946 Golden West Drive, Suite 160 Hunt Valley, MD 21031 Phone: 410.527.4499 Fax: 410.527.4495

Tuition:

THU 4/2-5/7 6-9 PM Sessions: 6 TBA F. Stoker

Home Improvement License

CRN:

25099

Fee:

39

$

4/6-4/8 Sessions: 2 F. Stoker

49

$

Fee:

39

$

CRN:

25101

|

99

$

Fee:

119

$

TUE 4/7-4/14 5:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 2 E-155 Staff

Small Engine Repair This course will familiarize the student with the basic shop safety, small engine terminology, operation, service, and repair of small engines. The small engine class allows students the opportunity to gain basic knowledge of small engines and the skills necessary to perform maintenance and repair.

u짜 CRN:

25103

Tuition:

199

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA CRN:

25102

TUE, THU 6-9 PM TBA

5/11-5/13 Sessions: 2 F. Stoker

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

Tuition:

www.harford.edu/register

Fee:

295

$

3/3-4/16 Sessions: 12 K. Dawe Tuition:

199

$

Fee:

295

$

4/28-6/4 Sessions: 12 K. Dawe


TR ADES/TECHNOLOGY Summer Construction Academy

Basic Refrigeration This course is designed to improve the competency level of the participant in the basic and fundamental areas of refrigeration—definitions and terms, the refrigeration cycle of operation, and component recognitions. Learn the theory of heat transfer as applied to refrigeration processes including compression, types of refrigerants, regulations and procedures for refrigerant recovery, recycling, reclaiming, and more. Textbook purchase required.

In this two-week Summer Academy, students will learn about careers in construction, carpentry, plumbing, HVAC, electrical/solar, OSHA safety, professional and interview skills/resume writing. Students will also learn about apprenticeship programs. CRN:

25330

Tuition:

375

$

Fee:

375

$

MON-FRI 6/22-7/2 9 AM-3:30 PM Sessions: 9 E-155 Various

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Home Inspection License

Home Inspection Master After completing this course, the student will understand what is needed to perform a professional home inspection, how to write a clear and precise inspec­tion report, and how to report findings according to the Maryland Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. The student will learn hands-on through lab exer­cises, demonstrations and on-site home inspections. This program meets the requirements to seek a home inspection license in Maryland and other states. Topics Covered • Heating Systems • Interior & Exterior Systems • Maryland Code of Ethics • Standards of Practice and Report Writing • Structural Systems • Final Exam

Cost of the program

1,995

$

Upcoming classes: March 28-April 4 June 20-27 September 26-October 3 December 5-12 For more information, including how to register, contact JeanMarie Lewis, jmlewis@harford.edu.

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

Harford's HVAC/R program prepares students for entry-level positions in the HVAC industry in under 12 months. Many of our hands-on classes take place in simulated work environments so that you get the skills and experience you need to attract employers and find in-demand job opportunities. The training at Harford is fast track and career focused so you can move more quickly into the working world. At Harford, students have access to an up-to-date lab environment for training and lessons in the diagnosis, repair, and service of basic HVAC/R systems. The lab is fully equipped to support all class lessons with the latest in HVAC/R equipment. The HVAC/R program provides experience working on small-, medium-, and large-scale heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. If you enjoy working with your hands and are interested in learning air conditioning repair and maintenance, this program could be right for you. Required Courses • Basic Refrigeration* • Comfort Cooling • Electrical for the HVAC Technician • Heating Systems • Preparation for Refrigerant Recovery Certification (CFC) [See p. 64] *Must take Basic Refrigeration or have instructor approval prior to any other HVAC courses.

For more information, contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu.

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

CRN:

25088

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 1/11-2/15 8 AM-4:30 PM Sessions: 6 Observatory G. Milich

Comfort Cooling This training introduces the basics of the refrigeration system as it applies to comfort cooling. This course will cover such topics as the refrigeration cycle and its components, refrigerant types and issues, and basic building refrigeration systems. Learn the technical skills to operate a mechanical refrigeration system from function to installation. Learn to install and service all types of cooling equipment. Basic refrigeration or permission of instructor required. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25091

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 2/22-4/4 8 AM-4:30 PM Sessions: 6 Observatory G. Milich

Heating Systems This course will focus on gas-fired and oilfired warm air furnaces and cover the three methods of heat transfer, combustion, types of fuel used, and more. Under supervision, students will monitor and measure manifold pressure on a gas furnace, identify major components on different types of furnaces, and learn cleaning and filter replacement. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25097

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 4/11-5/16 8 AM-4:30 PM Sessions: 6 Observatory G. Milich

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Electrical for HVAC Technicians

Heavy Equipment Operations Site Work and Grading

In this hands-on, performance-based training program, the participant will learn the electric and electronic controls used in connection with mechanical systems and gain a working knowledge of the basic concepts of electricity. The participant will be able to systematically implement procedures to analyze HVAC electrical system operation. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25096

Tuition:

395

$

MON, WED 6-9 PM Observatory

Fee:

195

$

4/13-6/3 Sessions: 15 G. Milich

Residential Heat LoadManual J This course demonstrates how to calculate heat losses and gains (loads) for residential applications using ACCA’s Manual J. Learn to select the proper heating and cooling equipment for maximum comfort and energy efficiency and how to calculate energy consumption and operating costs. Experience in HVAC trade required.

u¥ CRN:

25100

Tuition:

135

$

TUE, THU 6-10 PM Observatory

Fee:

135

$

3/10-4/9 Sessions: 8 G. Milich

Introduction to Heavy Equipment Operations This first of four core classes will provide a thorough introduction to the trade and cover heavy equipment safety, identification, and basic operational techniques including how to safely start, move, steer, stop and shut down different types of machines. Textbook purchase required. CRN:

25320

TUE, THU 5:30-9:45 PM E-209

Tuition:

495

$

Fee:

295

$

1/21-2/27 Sessions: 12 J. Alexander

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Heavy Equipment Operations

CRN:

Heavy Equipment Operators drive, maneuver, or control the heavy machinery used to construct roads, bridges, buildings and other structures. There’s a lot more that goes along with being a Heavy Equipment Operator than running the controls. Great operators know how to read construction stakes, how to calculate cut and fill for grading, and understand how to control surface and ground water on a job site. Having these skills will make you a valuable part of a construction team. Employment of construction equipment operators is projected to grow 10% until 2024. Spending on infrastructure should generate many new jobs for construction equipment operators. The average earning in Maryland for 2015 were $22.67 per hour or about $47,160 per year. Harford Community College will be using the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum on Heavy Equipment Operations. Required Courses

495

$

Fee:

295

$

3/3-4/14 Sessions: 11 J. Alexander

Solar Photovoltaic Installer

This course uses a blended mix of instructor-led and hands-on training. You will learn solar-electric system design, installation, and safety procedures. Our hands-on solar training covers the common steps of a residential solar electric retrofit. You will learn how to work with DC disconnects, inverters, AC disconnects, and load center/service panels to tie in with the utility. We will also demonstrate the connection of a live solar array feeding power into the grid. Textbook purchase required.

No application required. For more information, email JeanMarie Lewis, jmlewis@harford.edu.

CRN:

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Tuition:

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

CRN:

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

25321

TUE, THU 5:30-9:45 PM E-209 No class 3/17 & 3/19.

• Introduction to Heavy Equipment Operations • Heavy Equipment Operator – Site Work and Grading • Heavy Equipment Operator – Enhanced Site Work & Soils • Excavation Math & Interpreting Civil Drawings

CONTRACTORS: Your employees are welcome in these classes!

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For those interested in pursuing a career as a heavy equipment operator, this course will prepare you with introductory skills and knowledge of earth moving, grades, and utility tractors. This course will also cover identification of construction stakes and interpretation of marks on each type of stake. An essential course that describes the duties and responsibilities of a heavy equipment operator. Textbook purchase required.

25105

Tuition:

195

$

Fee:

219

$

SAT 3/7-4/4 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 4 E-157 R. Blaney

25104

Tuition:

195

$

Fee:

219

$

SAT 4/25-5/16 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 4 E-157 R. Blaney

For more information, contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu.

www.harford.edu/register


TR ADES/TECHNOLOGY

DRONE TECHNOLOGY

Introduction to Drone Technology

PT 107 Prep/Pilot Training

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), including their history and developing role in the modern aviation industry. Topics include basic information regarding structural elements, avionics, flight control and guidance systems, navigation, remote sensing and human factors. It also covers UAS integration into commercial applications as well as some basic regulations and sanctions. Emphasis is on future employment in the field with a focus on commercial airspace.

CERTIFICATE

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)/Drone Technology Drones, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUASs), and Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), are gaining in popularity! The regulations are constantly changing, opening up opportunities for potential uses and occupations. Some of the industries that are benefiting from the use of drones are agriculture, meteorology, aerial photography, search and rescue, construction and even sports. The FAA has estimated that annual sales of these units are about $7 million in 2020 and it is estimated that over 2500 jobs will be created in the State of Maryland by 2025. The Drone Technology Certificate from Harford Community College will help you learn about these versatile vehicles, understand the constantly changing regulations, and how to fly both small and large professional-use drones. The courses will contain information on how to pass the test to obtain FAA’s Part 107 Certificate as well as provide several hours of simulator training and hands-on flight training using professional drones. This Part 107 certificate is MANDATORY if you desire to fly professionally.

CRN:

25317

Tuition:

125

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM E-215

Fee:

325

$

2/4-2/25 Sessions: 7 R. Gutierrez

Drone Regulations/ Preliminary Flight Training You bought a drone. And you’re probably chomping at the bit to get the battery charged and take it out for the first test flight. But before you do, you need to be aware of the rules and regulations that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has put in place for flying drones in the U.S. And you should also be aware of your rights and the rights of those around you. This class will teach you about the basic rules and regulations guiding the use of flying drones for both personal and professional use. Class will consist of both lectures and hands-on time with the JJRC H36 6 Axis Quadcopter. CRN:

25318

TUE, THU 5:45-9 PM DH-202 ABC

Tuition:

109

$

Fee:

295

$

3/3-3/10 Sessions: 3 R. Gutierrez

Be both certified and qualified! The overall objective of this course is to provide the participants with a thorough understanding of what procedures and documentation are required to obtain a FAA Part 107 Commercial Drone Pilot’s License. The course curriculum will include sUAS Operating Rules; Airspace Classification; Aviation Weather; and Sectional Chart Reading for passing the FAA test, as well as basic maneuvers with both small and large quadcopters. Class will consist of both lectures, micro-drone flying practice, and hands-on time with the professional grade DJI Mavic Pro Quadcopter. CRN:

25319

TUE, THU 6-9 PM DH-202 ABC

Tuition:

295

$

Fee:

495

$

3/24-4/16 Sessions: 8 R. Gutierrez

Certificate To Career In One Year Certificate programs that can provide a fast track to employment are available in many fields. Individuals 18-24 may qualify for full scholarships* to these complete programs! Contact training@harford.edu, or call 443.412.2440 to discover how HCC can get you started! *Full or partial scholarships are available from Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc., and Harford Community College.

Required Courses: • Introduction to Drone Technology • Drone Regulations & Preliminary Flight Training • PT 107 Prep/Drone Pilot Training

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 OSHA 10-Hour Construction

ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY Effective Particle/Turbidity Removal at Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities Designed to assist water and wastewater facility operations staff, this advanced course focuses on the operational considerations associated with effective turbidity and particle removal in conventional water treatment plants and advanced wastewater treatment plants. Physical and chemical methods of treatment will be covered in detail including coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation/clarification, and filtration. Descriptions of the technology associated with each as well as routine monitoring, operation, and troubleshooting will be discussed. Exercises in solving typical operational problems associated with these treatment technologies and related process math will be included. CRN:

25555

Tuition:

9

$

Fee:

120

$

WED 3/11 8 AM-4 PM Session: 1 TBA G. Smith

Evaluating Water System Processes to Eliminate Sanitary Risks Water system supervisory and operating staff must have a thorough knowledge of all processes that comprise their water system. This would include the treatment, storage, and distribution system processes. Building on that knowledge, this course will focus on the elimination of sanitary risks in each process to ensure the delivery of safe drinking water to the consumer. Conducting this evaluation will not only eliminate potential threats to water quality, but will also prepare water staff for sanitary survey inspections conducted by MDE regulatory personnel as required by the SDWA. CRN:

25556

Tuition:

9

$

Fee:

This course is designed for construction workers, foremen, job supervisors and anyone involved in the construction industry. OSHA recommends the 10-hour construction outreach training program as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29, CFR 1926.

u¥ CRN:

25070

Tuition:

150

$

Fee:

150

$

SAT 2/15-2/22 8 AM-2 PM Sessions: 2 TBA R. Schwanke CRN:

25071

Tuition:

150

$

Fee:

150

$

SAT 5/9-5/16 8 AM-2 PM Sessions: 2 TBA R. Schwanke

Wastewater Certification Examination Prep Operators often struggle when preparing for their certification exam. This course is designed to assist them in their effort to prepare for their wastewater certification exam and includes a basic overview on general wastewater treatment principles including regulations, nutrient removal, treatment processes, disinfection, wastewater sources, activated sludge, filtration, and pumps; and test-taking strategies. Operators will take a practice examination and then break down each question to better understand test taking strategies and material. If you are preparing to take the State of Maryland wastewater certification exams, this class will equip you with the tools you need to study and get ready for those tests. Each participant must bring a calculator to this course. CRN:

25557

Tuition:

9

$

Fee:

120

$

THU 6/11 8 AM-4 PM Session: 1 TBA M. Harrington

120

$

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Preparation for Refrigerant Recovery (CFC)

The EPA has strict regulations about the recovery, handling, and disposal of refrigerant or CFCs. In order to work with any type of refrigeration unit fully, you have to be certified for recovery by passing the EPA exam and earn your certification. Completing this certification program will prepare you to take the exam, and you will earn your certificate when you pass the exam. Required Courses • Basic Refrigeration [pg. 61] • Preparation for Refrigerant Recovery Certification

For more information, contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu.

Preparation for Refrigerant Recovery Certification Learn about the regulations, procedures and equipment that apply to refrigerant recovery, reclaiming and recycling in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certification standards. Basic refrigeration or permission of instructor required.

u¥ CRN:

Tuition:

185

$

Fee:

95

$

FRI 2/7-2/14 5-10 PM Sessions: 2 TBA J. Bonomo CRN:

TUE 4/21 8 AM-4 PM Session: 1 TBA E. Cope

25072

25073

Tuition:

185

$

Fee:

95

$

FRI 4/3-4/10 5-10 PM Sessions: 2 TBA J. Bonomo CRN:

25074

Tuition:

185

$

Fee:

95

$

FRI 6/5-6/12 5-10 PM Sessions: 2 TBA J. Bonomo

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TR ADES/TECHNOLOGY Basic Machining Applications

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

This course provides an introduction to a variety of material-working processes that are common to the machining industry. Topics include safety, process-specific machining equipment, measurement devices, set-up and layout instruments, and common shop practices.

WAREHOUSING/ DISTRIBUTION

u¥ CRN:

25079

Tuition:

535

$

Fee:

525

$

TUE, THU 2/4-3/24 6-9 PM Sessions: 15 TBA Staff

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

Basic Machine Manufacturing Technology Learn to use conventional lathes and milling machines, as well as grinders and other equipment commonly found in manufacturing facilities. Explore manufacturing theory and practical skills as well as blueprint reading. The program lab includes many brands of machining equipment so you will become comfortable using a variety of controls and displays. Required Courses • Print Reading for Machining • Maintenance Shop Skills • Introduction to Arc Welding

• Hydraulics • Basic Electricity • Pneumatics

For more information, contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu.

Basic Electricity Develop an understanding of the terminology, basic electrical skills, and the use of hand tools and electrical materials. Learn basic electrical theory and perform basic mathematical computations, learn layout for installation, repair of electrical fixtures, installation of fixtures, basic wiring, light fixtures, safety procedures, and more.

u¥ CRN:

25077

Boiler Plant Operator Learn about the physics of water; heat transfer; boiler types; boiler accessories; operation of boilers; feedwater treatment; safety features of controls, pumps, valves, and burners; fire safety devices and sprinkler systems; and stream traps. The successful completion of this DLLR-approved course will qualify the student to take the PSI examination to obtain a Fourth Grade Stationary Engineer’s license. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

Tuition:

335

Fee:

125

$

CRN:

25078

Tuition:

335

Fee:

125

Fee:

250

$

An introduction to arc welding machines and accessories, oxyacetylene cutting equipment, and types and uses of electrodes. Learn flat and horizontal welds, types of joint design (butt, lap and T-joints), basic welding symbols, and safety practices. Safety equipment and metal supplied during class time. Note: Class size is limited to 7 students because of equipment constraints. Please sign up early.

Forklift Training

Satisfies 29 CFR 1910.178, OSHA’s 1998 revised Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training Standard. It includes both classroom and hands-on training for first-time drivers and individuals needing refresher training.

u¥ CRN:

25106

Tuition:

295

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 4/18 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 TBA M. Kardash CRN:

25107

Tuition:

295

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 5/16 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 TBA M. Kardash CRN:

25108

Tuition:

295

$

Fee:

195

$

SAT 6/20 9 AM-5 PM Session: 1 TBA M. Kardash

COMPLETE CERTIFICATION IN JUST ONE DAY!

25075

Tuition:

315

$

MON, WED 6-9 PM TBA

25076

$

315

$

Introduction to Arc Welding

SAT 1/18-3/7 8-11 AM Sessions: 8 CRN: E-144 Staff $

Tuition:

MON 2/17-4/27 6-9 PM Sessions: 10 TBA W. Ritmiller

CRN: $

25080

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

MON, WED 6-9 PM TBA

TUE, THU 3/24-4/16 6-9 PM Sessions: 8 E-144 Staff

Fee:

355

$

3/2-4/6 Sessions: 10 W. Fuentes Tuition:

315

$

Fee:

355

$

4/20-5/20 Sessions: 10 W. Fuentes

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 HCC Career Source

EMPLOYEE TRAINING

Employers: Are you looking to train your employees to become more productive? Does your team need cross training? New employee training? Harford Community College Can Help.

Harford Community College provides:

Your needs are constantly changing. Investing in your employees is essential to develop, maintain and expand your business. As your partner in professional development, Harford Community College can provide any course, anytime, anywhere.

• Convenient, accessible sites with well-equipped facilities throughout the county

Ask about our training and certification courses in: • Soft Skills • Project Management • Information Technology • Leadership • Healthcare • Industrial and Occupational Skills • Technical Training • Safety Choose from an extensive array of professional development courses designed to meet the needs of business, industry and government, or ask about courses specific to your organization’s needs.

Local. Affordable. Flexible. Harford Community College offers the convenience of well-equipped, local facilities, or we can come to you. Our experienced instructors offer a first-rate education at a cost that respects your bottom line. And because we know time is money, we will work with you to make sure our courses fit into your schedule.

Unemployed? Looking for Work? Need a Job?

HCC Career Source Can Help. Harford Community College, Susquehanna Workforce Network (SWN), and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) can help find the right career for you.

Career Resources

• Onsite training at your facility available • The vast learning resources of one of Maryland's largest community colleges • High-caliber instruction blending the best of the academic and business worlds • Flexible, affordable and customized education and training programs • Academic credit for life and work experience • Credentials designed to meet continuing education requirements in such fields as health care, real estate, technical, industrial and information technology

Funding for workforce development training may be available through: Harford County Office of Community and Economic Development 410.638.3045 www.harfordcountymd.gov Susquehanna Workforce Network 410.939.4240 www.swnetwork.org

Computer resource labs, national job database with access to thousands of employment opportunities, workspace with telephones/fax/copy machines, labor market information, resource library, professional seminars to help with resumé development, interview skills, and job search strategies and techniques.

Career Consultation Professional career consultation, employment planning and guidance, on-site job postings, job fairs, specialized recruitments, job referrals, and specialized veteran services

Career Training H.O.T. Certificates for in-demand careers in business, industry, and healthcare; computer training; apprenticeships and technical training; and professional certifications and licensure

Small Business Services Starting a business, expanding workforce assistance, and workplace education and training

Contact: SWN Susquehanna Workforce Network 410.939.4240 • www.swnetwork.org SWN Workforce Center at Ground Floor

2021G Pulaski Hwy, Havre de Grace, MD 21078

Partner with Harford Community College to meet all your education and training needs. For more information, email Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu, or Pam Karwowski, pkarwowski@harford.edu.

410.638.3059

SWN Bel Air Workforce Center 2 South Bond Street • Bel Air, MD 21014

410.836.4603

Maryland Small Business Development Center (SBDC) 401 Thomas Run Road • Bel Air, MD 21015

443.412.2237 • sbdc@harford.edu

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NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH

PROGRAMS: H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Dental Assistant

NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH

PROGRAMS OFFERED: Certified Medicine Aide S T A R T D A T E : January 28 Certified Nursing Assistant S T A R T D A T E : January 22 Dental Assistant S T A R T D A T E : March 2 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) S T A R T D A T E : Spring 2020 Expanded Functions Dental Assistant S T A R T D A T E : April 4 Histologic Technician S T A R T D A T E : On Demand LPN to RN Transition S T A R T D A T E : January 2020 Medication Administration S T A R T D A T E : March 7 Medical Administrative Assistant S T A R T D A T E : Ongoing Nurse Refresher S T A R T D A T E : March 23 Oral Radiography S T A R T D A T E : May 6 Paramedic S T A R T D A T E : January 4 Paramedic Refresher S T A R T D A T E : TBA Phlebotomy S T A R T D A T E : TBA Physical Therapy Technician S T A R T D A T E : On Demand

INFORMATION: Must be at least 18 years of age or older for Nursing & Allied Health classes. High school diploma or GED required. Before registering for the courses associated with the following programs; Certified Nursing Assistant, Dental Assistant, Medical Administrative Assistant, Phlebotomy, and Physical Therapy Technician, students are required to pass the Math and Reading Assessments available on campus at the Test Center in Maryland Hall. No appointment is necessary. Assessments are free to take 2 times each. Call 443.412.2352 for more information. If a clinical/externship component is included in the program, students will need to complete a health assessment form and provide immunization records. These forms are available at the Registration Desk located in Edgewood Hall and online on the program webpage on the college website; www.harford.edu. The Clinical Coordinator arranges start date and placement with each student. Evening and weekend hours not available. It may take up to 6 months for students to be placed at a clinical site.

Completion of the Dental Assistant Training program provides the knowledge and skill needed to work in a dental office as an entry-level dental assistant, receptionist, front office assistant or back office assistant. Topics include dental terminology; disease transmission; disinfection and sterilization; dental anatomy; dental records and charting; instrumentation; impressions and castings; radiation health and safety; insurance and billing; and front desk responsibilities. This course also provides x-ray training that qualifies you to sit for the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Radiation Health and Safety Examination. Upon successful completion of the training, you are eligible to participate in a 40-hour externship at an area dental facility. Must be at least 18 years of age or older. High school diploma or GED required. Must have current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS. Scrubs are provided. Textbook purchase required. Approximate cost of the program:

$3,188.

Required Classes • Healthcare Provider BLS CPR [pg. 73] • Dental Assistant Training* (88 hours) [pg. 71] • Dental Assistant Externship (30 hours) [pg.71]

If your class requires a textbook, you are expected to have it for the first night of class. All classes are enrollment dependent. For program information contact: Dawn Reimer, CET Associate, 443.412.2317, dreimer@harford.edu Pam Wheeler, Coordinator for Allied Health Programs, 443.412.2038, pwheeler@harford.edu

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

NOTE: Background checks may be required by clinical sites and will be at the student’s expense.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Expanded Functions Dental Assistant

If you are currently a Maryland certified dental assistant currently employed by a dental facility, you are invited to participate in this Expanded Functions course. Upon successful completion of this training, you are eligible to sit for the Maryland General Dental Assisting Expanded Functions exam and apply to the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners for state recognition as a Maryland Dental Assistant Qualified in General Duties.

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Emergency Medical Technician

This program prepares student to obtain certification as an Emergency Medical Technician with National Registry Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). Emergency Medical Technicians must possess the basic knowledge and skills required to stabilize patients, work as part of a team under medical supervision, either with other BLS providers or with paramedics. They respond to both critical and emergent patients. Classes focus on general emergency care, EMS foundations, airway management, patient assessment and EMS operations. Students will be placed by the clinical coordinator to ride with county EMS and required to perform 10 patient assessments. Students must be at least 18 years old. Textbook purchase required. Approximate cost of the program: Required Classes • Emergency Medical Technician I [TBA] • Emergency Medical Technician II [TBA]

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1,200.

$

The course consists of seven sessions held at a local dental facility. There is a clinical component of the program which will be completed at the dental facility in which you are employed. Part of the requirements for this course is that your employer agrees to supervise your clinical experience. Approximate cost of the program

1,050.

$

Required Classes • Expanded Functions [pg. 72]

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

Histologic Technician This online program, accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS), meets the eligibility requirements for the American Society of Clinical Pathologist (ASCP) HT Registry Examination. To be eligible, you must be an incumbent worker currently employed by a laboratory. The prerequisites for this program are an associate degree or higher from a regionally accredited college/university and successful completion of high school and/or college-level biology and chemistry. The associate degree is not major specific.

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

Medical Administrative Assistant Gain the administrative skills you need to work in a front office for a physician practice or clinic. Upon successful completion of all required courses, you are eligible to participate in a 40-hour externship at an area medical office. This program integrates all of the topics and skill competencies required to meet current healthcare industry standards. After completing the required courses, you will be able to sit for National Certification as a Certified Medical Administrative Assistant through the National Healthcareer Association. Approximate cost of the program Required Classes • Computer Basics for Allied Health [pg. 71] • Healthcare Provider BLS CPR [pg. 73] • Ed2go Online HIPAA Compliance [pg. 74] • Ed2go Online Medical Terminology [pg. 75] • Medical Business Writing & Communication

[pg. 74]

• Core class: Medical Office Processes [pg. 75] • Medical Front Office Externship [pg. 74]

Visit our website: www.harford.edu/ histotech, email htonline@harford.edu, or call 443.412.2498 for more information.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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1,826.

$

www.harford.edu/register


NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

Approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing (MBON), this course enables graduates to apply for certification with the MBON and to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) examination for certification as both a CNA & GNA. During training, you will participate in a 66-hour clinical at an area healthcare facility. Fingerprinting, MBON registration fee, and NNAAP exam fee included in the cost of the program. Textbook purchase required.

The Harford Community College Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, (www.caahep.org) upon recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions, (CoA EMSP).

Nursing Assistant

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Medicine Aide

Under the supervision of a Registered Nurse, learn to perform the skills necessary to become a Certified Medicine Aide (CMA). Qualified applicants must have 2 years of full-time experience as a CNA in a Long-Term Care facility (LTC) or 1 year of full-time experience as a GNA in a LTC facility. Agency and Assisted Living Facility hours do not apply. Content includes classroom instruction, skills lab practice, and clinical at a local LTC facility. Perfect attendance is mandatory for all classes and clinical. Textbooks purchase required. All students are required to bring the following to the first class: • Original and a copy of your current, active, unencumbered Maryland CNA/ GNA registry card • Proof of immunizations and health assessment form completed by a licensed primary care physician • Signed letter of recommendation from the Director of Nursing, typed on LTC facility letterhead, indicating current employment and verifying a minimum of 2,000 hours of compensated experience as a CNA/ GNA over the last three years Approximate cost of the program: Required Classes • Medicine Aide Training [pg. 75]

714.

$

Approximate cost of the program

2,028.

$

Required Classes • Healthcare Provider BLS CPR [pg. 73] • Nursing Assistant Theory (100 hours) [pg. 76] • Nursing Assistant Clinical (66 hours) [pg. 76]

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Nurse Refresher

Are you an RN interested in maintaining or reactivating your license? This Nurse Refresher series fulfills the MBON requirements for nurses returning to active practice. You must register for and successfully complete the theory, skills lab, and clinical portions of this program to reactivate your Maryland nursing license. Proof of a current, unencumbered, active, inactive, or temporary Maryland nursing license required. Students will need internet access, as there is an online component. Nursing kits required. Approximate cost of the program

Paramedic

Are you an EMT? Do you have what it takes to assess injuries, administer emergency medical care, extricate trapped individuals, and transport them to a hospital or trauma center? Complete this program and become eligible to seek certification as a paramedic. This program prepares you to sit for the National Registry Exam. These classes progress as a cohort group. For information on applying, please call 443.412.2317. Approximate cost of the program

5,158.

$

Required Classes • EMS Foundations [pg. 72] • EMS Core Competency Validation [pg. 72] • Paramedic Pharmacology [pg. 77] • EMS Assessment Based Management [pg. 72] • EMS Medical & Trauma Emergencies

[summer 2020]

• Paramedic Medical Emergencies [fall 2020] • Paramedic Trauma Emergencies [fall 2020] • EMS Special Populations [pg. 72] • Paramedic Special Considerations & Operations [pg. 77] • EMS Clinical Externship [pg. 72] • Paramedic Clinical Externship [pg. 77]

2,232.

$

Required Classes • Nurse Refresher Theory [pg. 76] • Nurse Refresher Skills Lab [pg. 75] • Nurse Refresher Clinica [pg. 75]

NOTE: Background checks may be required by clinical sites and will be at the student’s expense.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Become Nationally Certified HCC offers courses to prepare you for the following national certifications:

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Phlebotomy

Phlebotomists work with patients in hospitals, blood banks, and other medical facilities. You will learn basic anatomy and physiology, specimen collection and processing, and laboratory operations. Upon completion of all required courses, you are eligible to participate in an 80-hour externship at an area phlebotomy lab. After completion of the program, you will be able to sit for national certification as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician through the National Healthcareer Association. Approximate cost of the program:

1,885.

$

Required Classes • Healthcare Provider BLS CPR [pg. 73] • Phlebotomy I [TBA] • Phlebotomy II [TBA] • Phlebotomy Clinical [spring 2020]

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Physical Therapy Technician

Work directly under the supervision of physical therapists and physical therapy assistants to help make therapy sessions more productive. As a member of the rehabilitation team, you will move patients to and from treatment areas; assist patients with their treatment plans and exercise programs; maintain a clean and organized work environment; perform routine clerical duties; order supplies; answer the phone; and fill out insurance forms and other paperwork. Upon successful completion of all required courses, you are eligible to participate in a 40-hour externship at an area physical therapy clinic. Students must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. Physical requirements include the ability to observe the client’s activity both close up and at a distance of up to 30 feet; sit/stand in an upright position for approximately 6 hours a day; safely maneuver self and move another individual’s body parts; move objects in excess of 100 pounds; and lift and/ or carry a minimum of 50 pounds without restriction. Approximate cost of the program:

• • • • • • •

Dental Assistant Emergency Medical Technician Histologic Technician Medical Administrative Assistant Medical Insurance Billing Paramedic Phlebotomy Technician

National Healthcare Association (NHA) Exams Students must register with NHA at www.nhanow.com to schedule their exam(s). Register to take the exam at Harford Community College for the following certifications: CPT (Certified Phlebotomy Technician) CBCS (Certified Billing & Coding Specialist) CMAA (Certified Medical Administrative Assistant) CET (Certified EKG Technician) CEHRS (Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist) CPCT (Certified Patient Care Technician) CCMA (Certified Medical Assistant)

Harford Community College Exam Date Friday, April 24 DH-129

Arrive by 8:30 AM. Exam begins at 9 AM.

1,190.

$

Required Classes

NOTE: Background checks may be required by clinical sites and will be at the student’s expense.

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• Computer Basics for Allied Health [pg. 71] • Healthcare Provider BLS CPR [pg. 73] • HIPAA Compliance*-Ed2Go [pg. 74] • Bloodborne Pathogens [pg. 73] • Become a Physical Therapy Aid- Ed2Go [pg. 71] • Physical Therapy Technician Externship – Scheduled individually

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH

CLASSES OFFERED FOR SPRING 2020 Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Please call 443.412.2172 for available classes.

Online Classes Become a Physical Therapy Aide Prepare for a rewarding career as a valued member of the physical therapy team while learning all about the human body, specific disorders, and the way physical therapists treat these disorders. You’ll get training in physical therapy terminology, and communication skills. By the end of the course, you’ll know the legal and ethical issues that are becoming increasingly important for every physical therapy aide to understand.

Fee:

$144

To register, go to www.ed2go.com/harford.

Computer Basics for Allied Health Acquire the basic computer skills required for employment as an Allied Health professional. Learn the fundamentals of MS Windows, file management, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. Along with learning the basic components of the computer, you will learn to navigate the desktop; store and retrieve files; create, save and print a Word document; work with formulas and tables in an Excel spreadsheet; and create and modify an Access database using building queries. Textbook purchase required.

Dental Assistant Externship Dental Assistant Training Apply the knowledge and skill gained in dental assistant training theory and skills lab. This 40-hour, individually scheduled, externship provides you with the opportunity for a clinical experience in a dental office with a practicing dental assistant. The clinical coordinator arranges the site, dates, and times with you. Evening and weekend placements are unavailable. Placement may take up to three months. Completion of the class can take up to six months. Prerequisites: completion of Dental Assistant Training; healthcare provider BLS CPR, proof of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella; and a negative TB skin test or chest x- ray.

u¥ CRN:

25031

Tuition:

99

$

25202

TUE, THU 5:30-9:40 PM DH-211

Tuition:

269

$

Fee:

199

$

12/2-5/30 OSITE Staff Must also enroll in 45872, Dental Assistant Training. Placement can take up to 3 months.

u¥µ CRN:

Fee:

59

$

1/28-2/20 Sessions: 8 B. Lamka

Interested in working in a dental office? Complete this intense training program and gain the knowledge and skill needed to work in a dental office as an entry-level dental assistant, receptionist, front office assistant, or back office assistant. Topics include dental terminology, disease transmission, disinfection and sterilization, dental anatomy, dental records and charting, instrumentation, impressions and castings, radiation health and safety, insurance and billing; and front desk responsibilities. This course also provides x-ray training that qualifies you to sit for the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Radiation Health and Safety Examination. Must be at least 18 years of age or older. High school diploma or GED required. Technical standards apply. Before registration, visit the Test Center (443.412.2352) to complete the reading (ACR) and math (ACA) assessments. Prerequisite: American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR. All classes meet at Dental One, 3435 Box Hill Corporate Center Drive, Ste. E, Abingdon, MD 21009. Navy blue scrubs are provided, and you are required to wear them to both the theory class and the externship. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25390

Tuition:

895

$

Fee:

1,995

$

MON 3/2 6-10:15 PM Sessions: 23 DH-126 Staff Additional meeting times and/or dates MON, WED 3/4-5/27 6-10:15 PM ONSITE Staff Mandatory orientation 3/2. No class 3/16 or 3/18.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 EMS Clinical Externship

EMS Special Populations

Apply your knowledge of the theory and skills required to treat patients requiring both emergency and non-emergency advanced life support assessment and management. Under the direct supervision of a qualified preceptor, you will participate in an individually scheduled, skill-based externship in a variety of settings. Times and locations vary. Documentation of immunizations, a current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card, and a negative TB skin test required prior to placement. No textbook purchases required. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply.

Some patients involved in emergency situations require unique interventions. This course introduces you to the assessment techniques for the pre-hospital management of obstetrical, neonatal, pediatric, and geriatric clients. No additional textbook purchase required. Prerequisite courses are required. Technical standards apply.

Emergency Medical Services Core Competency Validation Assess your readiness for the real world and track your progress toward building the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to perform advanced emergency care. Receive personalized evaluation and feedback in an instructor-led online environment that provides you with the tools necessary to schedule clinical rotations, enter patient care data, generate reports, set goals, and identify knowledge deficits. Instructor permission required for enrollment.

¥ CRN:

25354

Fee:

180

$

SAT 1/4-3/7 8 AM-5:45 PM Sessions: 10 DH-123 K. Sanner

EMS Assessment Based Management

CRN:

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

10

$

4/18-11/07 ONSITE Staff

EMS Foundations Build on the knowledge you gained as an EMT-B while you explore the role of the EMT-I and the components of advanced pre-hospital care including patient assessment, the function of human body systems, advanced airway management, intravenous access, pharmacology, medication administration, and legal implications. Entrance exam, a current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card, and documentation of a current Maryland EMT-B card with one year (or 150 calls) experience as an EMT-B or a waiver from the program specialist required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

Demonstrate your understanding and knowledge of patient assessment and pre-hospital management of medical and trauma emergencies. By participating in interactive, scenario-based teaching methodologies, you will gain the proficiency you need to provide treatment. No additional textbook purchase required. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply.

35005

25353

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

98

$

SAT 1/4-3/7 8 AM-5:45 PM Sessions: 10 DH-128 K. Sanner

u¥ CRN:

25387

Tuition:

295

$

TUE, THU 6-10:15 PM DH-128

Fee:

98

$

1/30-3/24 Sessions: 14 S. Proctor

General Practice Expanded Functions Gain the ability to perform the skills approved by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners for general practice expanded functions. You must have six months experience working in a dental office, and your employing dentist must verify employment. All theory is taught in a classroom setting and the clinical training will occur at your place of employment. Content includes applying topical anesthetics; impressions; preparing and removing temporary crowns; placing and removing matrix bands; etching and bonding; removing sutures; and constructing mouth guards and trays. Preparation for the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Maryland General Dental Assisting Expanded Functions (MDG) exam included. Must be at least 18 years of age or older. High school diploma or GED required. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25392

Tuition:

320

$

Fee:

795

$

SAT 4/4-5/16 9 AM-2:45 PM Sessions: 7 ONSITE Staff

u¥ CRN:

25356

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

98

$

SAT 4/25-6/27 8 AM-5:45 PM Sessions: 10 DH-126 K. Sanner

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For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

NOTE: Background checks may be required by clinical sites and will be at the student’s expense.

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NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH Healthcare Provider BLS CPR This class is designed for the healthcare provider, following the American Heart Association guidelines. Instruction includes basic life support applications for both in-facility and pre-hospital settings, including one- and two-rescuer, high quality CPR, AED, relief of choking, bag valve masks and pocket masks for the adult, child and infant. Ability to kneel on the floor is mandatory. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25372

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

FRI 1/3 8:30 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 M. Danner CRN:

25406

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 1/4 8 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith CRN:

25407

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 2/1 8 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith CRN:

25408

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 3/7 8 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith CRN:

25409

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 4/11 8 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith CRN:

25410

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 5/2 8 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith CRN:

25411

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 6/6 8 AM-12:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith

Healthcare Provider CPR Refresher

Heartsaver First Aid with CPR & AED

Designed for healthcare providers and delivers instruction for CPR (one- and two-rescuer) and relief of choking for the adult, child and infant victim. Includes information on airway devices like the bag valve mask and pocket masks. Ability to kneel on the floor beside a manikin is mandatory. Textbook purchase required.

Make a difference! Designed for first responders, individuals needing credentialed training for job or regulatory requirements, or lay people interested in helping others. Respond to emergencies by learning basic first aid, CPR, and AED skills. Meets OSHA regulations. Textbook purchase required.

CRN:

25413

Tuition:

40

$

Fee:

35

$

SAT 2/1 1:30 PM-5:45 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith

Be prepared! Designed for first responders, individuals needing credentialed training for job or regulatory requirements, and those interested in responding to emergencies. Provides the opportunity to learn basic first aid, including medical, injury, and environmental emergencies. Meets OSHA regulations. Textbook purchase required.

25415

Tuition:

30

$

Fee:

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

25

$

SAT 2/8 8 AM-12:15 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith

CRN:

25414

Tuition:

35

$

Fee:

59

$

SAT 2/8 8 AM-5:15 PM Session: 1 DH-121 S. Smith

Heartsaver First Aid

CRN:

Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens Learn to protect yourself and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. Provided by the American Heart Association (AHA), this online course meets Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for bloodborne pathogen training when paired with site-specific instruction. A participation certificate is provided upon course completion. This course meets the prerequisite requirement of the Physical Therapy Technician Program. Access the course here, register and pay the AHA directly: https://elearning.heart.org/course/19.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 IV Therapy Basics

Online Classes HIPAA Compliance Demystify the complexities of HIPAA! To be a successful healthcare professional, it’s mandatory that you know the ins and outs of HIPAA compliance. This course focuses on the Administrative Simplification portion of HIPAA. Topics include transactions, code sets, and identifiers; the Privacy Rule and the Security Rule. By the end of the course, you’ll feel confident in your ability to comply with HIPAA requirements.

¥ CRN:

25005

Fee:

144

$

Online 1/15-3/16 CRN:

25006

Fee:

144

$

Online 2/12-4/13 CRN:

25007

Fee:

144

$

Online 3/18-5/18 CRN:

25008

Fee:

144

$

Online 4/15-6/15 CRN:

25009

Fee:

144

$

Online 5/13-7/13

Human A&P Online This online course focuses on the structure and function of the human body. Students will gain an understanding of basic chemistry, the human cell and the anatomy of the body's organ systems and function. Topics include physical disorders, recent advances in medicine, and health maintenance. CRN:

25015

Fee:

144

$

Online 1/15-3/16 CRN:

25016

Fee:

144

$

Online 2/12-4/13 CRN:

25017

Fee:

144

$

Online 3/18-5/18 CRN:

25018

Fee:

144

$

Online 4/15-6/15 CRN:

25019

Fee:

144

$

Online 5/13-7/13

This course is designed to introduce allied healthcare students to the insertion and removal of intravenous devices. Topics include site selection, infection control, equipment, complications, patency, legal and ethical considerations, documentation, insertion, removal, and skill performance demonstration and practice. Prior to taking this course, students must have completed a phlebotomy program, or by permission of the instructor. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

25412

Medical Business Writing & Communication Effective communication is essential in the healthcare environment. This course emphasizes the principles common to written and oral communication from a business perspective. Learn the art of communication, telephone procedures, mail processing, electronic communication, and the use of social media.

u¥µ CRN:

Tuition:

100

$

Fee:

50

$

MON 1/13 9 AM-4 PM Session: 1 DH-131 L. Ridley

25524

Fee:

97

$

Medical Front Licensed Practical Nurse to Office Externship Registered Nurse Transition Gain the opportunity to launch your career Make the transition from LPN to RN at Harford Community College. Applicants must follow the Nursing program application process and meet all admission requirements for the Associate Degree Nursing Program; complete all nursing course prerequisites, take the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS), and have successfully completed the NCLEX-PN licensure examination. The ATI cost is not included in course fees, and is at the student’s expense. Please call 443.412.2229 prior to registering for this course. Selected applicants will be notified by mail and may than register. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

as an entry-level medical office professional! During this “real world” experience, you will build professional relationships and demonstrate the technical skills you learned in the classroom. Consists of a supervised, individually scheduled, 40-hour clinical assignment in a healthcare facility. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

35002

This course is designed to provide child care professionals with an overview of medication administration procedures in child care facilities. Topics include: common types of medications, care and storage of medication, requirements to administer medications, and how to prevent medication errors. Technical standards apply.

25542

Tuition:

65

$

Fee:

20

$

SAT 3/7 8:30 AM-3:30 PM Session: 1 DH-136 D. Garza

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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Tuition:

345

$

Fee:

79

$

5/1-10/31 OSITE Staff Must also enroll in 25393, Medical Office Processes. Placement can take up to 3 months.

Medication Administration

CRN:

74 |

145

$

MON 2/03-3/23 7-9:30 PM Sessions: 7 J-002 S. Massoni No class 3/16.

u¥ * The Clinical Coordinator arranges start date and placement with each student. Evening and weekend hours not available. It may take up to 6 months for students to be placed at a clinical site.

Tuition:

www.harford.edu/register


NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH Medical Office Processes Prepare for a career as an entry-level medical office professional by mastering office management computer software. Learn communication techniques, medical records management, patient accounts, claim submission, and general office procedures. Prerequisite courses required. Textbook purchase required.

u¥µ CRN:

25393

Tuition:

TUE, THU 6-9:15 PM DH-129

325

$

Fee:

125

$

3/24-4/28 Sessions: 12 M. Marino

Additional Meeting Times and/or Dates THU 4/30 6-9:15 PM DH-136 M. Marino No class 3/17 or 3/19.

Online Classes Medical Terminology Online Learn to analyze medical terminology through spelling and word building. Identify descriptive terms used in the medical profession and apply them to the human body systems. Computer literacy and internet access required. CRN:

25010

Fee:

144

$

Online 1/15-3/16 CRN:

25011

Fee:

144

$

Online 2/12-4/13 CRN:

25012

Fee:

Medicine Aide Training

Nurse Refresher Clinical

Under the supervision of a Registered Nurse, learn to perform skills necessary to become a Certified Medicine Aide (CMA). If you are currently employed as a CNA/ GNA in a Maryland licensed long-term care (LTC) facility with a minimum of one year of full-time compensated employment, this class is for you. Reading (ACR) and math (ACA) assessments required before registration. Technical standards apply.

Apply the knowledge and skills you learned in the theory and skills lab components of the Nurse Refresher Series in a 60-hour supervised clinical setting. Includes the application of the nursing process, management of patient care, delegation, documentation, and medication administration. You will need a uniform, stethoscope, and a watch with a second hand. Documentation of the following information must be provided prior to the first day of class: a current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card, proof of immunizations, a negative TB skin test or a negative chest x-ray, and current liability insurance. Corequisite courses required. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

25543

TUE, THU 5:30-9:45 PM DH-121

Tuition:

595

$

25013

Fee:

Additional meeting times and/or dates SAT 2/22-3/7 7 AM-3:30 PM ONSITE D. Campbell

144

$

144

$

Online 4/15-6/15 CRN:

25014

Fee:

119

$

1/28-3/12 Sessions: 16 D. Campbell

Online 3/18-5/18 CRN:

Fee:

144

$

Online 5/13-7/13

u¥ CRN:

25398

Tuition:

795

$

Fee:

91

$

SAT, SUN 4/25-5/17 6:30 AM-4 PM Sessions: 8 ONSITE Staff Must also register for 25396 and 25397.

Nurse Refresher Skills Lab Practice your clinical skills and learn about the latest patient care procedures in a skills lab. Join other licensed nurses who are returning to the clinical setting. Explore current trends and patient care procedures including physical assessment, documentation, and medication administration. Must also register in Theory and Clinical. Skills kit provided. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

25397

Tuition:

215

$

Fee:

91

$

FRI 4/17 8 AM-5:30 PM Session: 1 DH-131 C. Balcar Must also register for 25396 and 25398.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Technical Standards Many Nursing & Allied Health programs have essential technical standards that include physical abilities and behavioral characteristics necessary for successful completion. It is the policy of HCC to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students with disabilities to ensure equal opportunity to meet the academic and technical standards. Determination of a reasonable accommodation will be considered on an individual basis and is an interactive collaboration with the disability support services provider, the student, the program advisor, and the faculty member, when indicated. For a complete statement of the technical standards, please visit www.harford. edu/cet-healthcare or contact the Nursing & Allied Health Professions Office at 443.412.2172 or email healthcaretraining@harford.edu.

Nurse Refresher Theory

Nursing Assistant Theory

Are you an RN or an LPN interested in maintaining or reactivating your license? This Nurse Refresher Series fulfills the MBON requirements for nurses returning to active practice. You must register for and successfully complete the theory, skills lab, and clinical portions of this program to reactivate your Maryland nursing license. Proof of a current, unencumbered, active, inactive, or temporary Maryland nursing license required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

This Maryland Board of Nursing (MBON) approved course prepares you to safely perform delegated nursing functions with clients of any age and various levels of physical, sensory, motor, and emotional ability. Preparation for certification with the MBON and the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (GNA) examination included. Reading and math assessments required before registration. Corequisite: American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Assistant Clinical required. The MBON requires a federal and state criminal background check prior to certification. Technical standards apply.

u짜 CRN:

25396

Tuition:

875

$

Fee:

165

$

MON 3/23 8 AM-12:15 PM Sessions: 20 DH-129 C. Balcar

CRN:

Additional meeting times and/or dates ONLINE 3/23-5/27 C. Balcar Must also register for 25397 and 25398.

Nursing Assistant Clinical Practice skills learned in Nursing Assistant Theory. This clinical placement provides experience in area nursing homes under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Perfect attendance mandatory. American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider and evidence of adequate immunizations required. Current enrollment in Nursing Assistant Theory required. Technical standards apply.

u짜 CRN:

25395

Tuition:

560

$

Fee:

218

$

SAT 2/15 8-11 AM Sessions: 10 ONSITE Staff Additional meeting times and/or dates

LOOK FORWARD TO

2 CATALOGS

u짜

SAT, SUN 2/16-4/5 7 AM-3 PM ONSITE Staff Must also register for Theory 25394. Class meets 2/15, 2/16, 2/29, 3/1, 3/14, 3/15, 3/28, 3/29, 4/4, 4/5.

25394

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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985

$

Fee:

190

$

MON, WED 1/22-4/22 5-9:15 PM Sessions: 25 DH-121 Staff Must also register for Clinical 25395. No class 3/16 & 3/18.

Oral Radiography Training Are you a practicing dental assistant interested in sitting for the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Radiation Health and Safety Examination? Complete this course to gain the knowledge and skill needed to take dental radiographs including full-mouth and bitewing x-rays. A working knowledge of oral anatomy, infection control, and dental terminology required. Topics include the proper placement of dental x-rays and radiation health and safety. Skills lab practice included. Textbook purchase required.

u짜 CRN:

25391

Tuition:

445

$

Fee:

495

$

MON, WED 05/06-05/27 6-10:15 PM Sessions: 6 ONSITE Staff

COMING TO YOUR MAILBOX STARTING SUMMER 2020.

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Tuition:

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NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH Venipuncture & Specimen Collection Clinical Complete the training provided in the Venipuncture and Specimen Collection course during an 80-hour clinical experience. Evidence of adequate immunization and proof of a current negative TB skin test required prior to placement. Instructor arranges start date, time, and placement with each student. Mandatory attendance. Prerequisite courses required.

u¥ CRN:

Paramedic Clinical Externship Experience the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills learned as an EMT to paramedic transition courses in supervised clinical settings. Times and locations for this 100-hour clinical rotation vary and are individually scheduled. Required documentation includes a current AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card, proof of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella, HBV vaccination verification or waiver, and a negative TB skin test or a negative chest x-ray reading. No additional textbook purchase required. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

25389

Tuition:

10

$

Fee:

795

$

12/20-8/18 ONSITE Staff

Paramedic Pharmacology Study the classification, pharmacokinetics, dosage calculation, and administration of drugs used in pre-hospital emergency care. Course includes toxicology and substance abuse. No additional textbook purchase required. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

25355

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

79

$

SAT 3/14-4/18 8 AM-5:45 PM Sessions: 6 DH-128 K. Sanner

Unique situations require specialized care and management. Discover the different approaches needed for the advanced pre-hospital management of obstetrical, neonatal, pediatric, and geriatric emergencies. Also explores issues related to chronic-care clients, victims of abuse/assault, and other challenges. Additional topics include assessment-based management, operations, incident management, and terrorist attacks. No additional textbook purchase required. Prerequisites: Paramedic Trauma Emergencies and Paramedic Medical Emergencies.

25388

Tuition:

395

$

TUE, THU 6-10:15 PM DH-128

Tuition:

335

$

Fee:

125

$

2/17-8/31 ONSITE Staff Must also enroll in 45890.

Paramedic Special Considerations & Operations

CRN:

25109

Fee:

79

$

3/26-5/5 Sessions: 12 S. Proctor

Paramedic Trauma Emergencies Explore the “Golden Hour” of pre-hospital trauma management as you learn the role of the paramedic in the EMS system. Content includes mechanism of injury analysis, patient presentations, assessment, and advanced management of a variety of emergencies involving trauma to the major human body systems. No additional textbook purchase required. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply.

Healthcare Career Fair FOR HCC STUDENTS ONLY

MONDAY, APRIL 6 10 AM-12:30 PM Darlington Hall, Room 202 Visit with representatives from area hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. Learn about available career opportunities, including CNA, RN, dietician, medical office, housekeeping, transporter, and so much more.

Come dressed for success, and remember to bring multiple copies of your resume!

For more information, email healthcaretraining@harford.edu or call 443.412.2172.

u¥ CRN:

25041

TUE, THU 6-10:15 PM DH-128

Tuition:

395

$

Fee:

79

$

12/5-1/28 Sessions: 13 S. Procto

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SPRING 2020 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ONLINE TRAINING CLASSES Listed in this section are some of the online programs that are available at Harford Community College. These programs are self-paced; you can begin whenever you wish and have 6-12 months to complete. To register for one of these courses, please contact 443.412.2317. If you would like to view the full catalog of programs, you can visit harford.edu/ed2go. Payment in full is due at the time of registration. Not eligible for payment plans, waivers and scholarships. Once you are registered, you will receive an email from ed2go with instructions to access your program. Textbooks are mailed to you. Please note: Once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons, there are no refunds.

ALLIED HEALTH CBCS Certified Medical Administrative Assistant with Medical Billing and Coding Combining medical office management with medical billing and coding prepares you to work in a variety of settings. Start a career as a medical receptionist, an insurance specialist, or a diagnostic or procedural coder. Preparation for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification examinations included CMAA (Certified Medical Administrative Assistant) and CBCS (Certified Billing and Coding Specialist).

$2,695

Fee:

Advanced Hospital Coding & CCS Preparation This nationally recognized training program prepares medical coding students to take the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) official certification exam to become a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS). Covers advanced ICD-10 medical coding procedures to help students meet the challenge of today’s changing standards while improving their coding skills.

$1,895

Fee:

CBCS Medical Billing & Coding Gain the skills you need to begin work as a medical billing and coding specialist. Provides experience working with the main coding manuals in the profession, the ICD-9-CM and the CPT. Preparation for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) examination included.

 Ed2Go Training Program | Look for the  symbol for self-paced courses that may be started at your convenience.

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Introduction to Database Development This course will guide you step-by-step through all the phases of a system development project to guarantee that the resulting product will not only work as it was designed to work, but also that the design truly responds to user needs.

 Fee:

$2,195

Fee:

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$144

MON-FRI 2/19-4/10

Introduction to Google Analytics This course guides you step-by-step, report-by-report, through the major parts of the Google Analytics interface. From setting up your Google Analytics account and getting the all-important code you will need to add to your website’s pages to begin tracking your visitors, you will learn everything you need to know to get everything you can from the data that Google Analytics provides. You will even find out about Google AdWords and other tools to enhance your traffic as well as your Google Analytics reporting

 Fee:

$144

MON-FRI 2/19/-4/10

Introduction to PC Security This course will quickly bring you up to speed on the fundamentals of PC network security. You will understand and explore the vulnerability of operating systems, software, and networks. Then, you will get into the minds of hackers and crackers, developing an understanding of the exploits they use to access your computer without your knowledge. You will find out why, where and how viruses, worms, and blended threats are created. You will learn a safe way to handle files and data across the Internet through a virtual private network.

 Fee:

For registration information, see page 40 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

COMPUTER TRAINING

$144

MON-FRI 2/19-4/10

www.harford.edu/register


ONLINE CLASSES Introduction to PHP and MySQL Learn how to create an interactive website, allowing visitors to post and retrieve information provided by you or your site’s visitors. In this six-week online course, you'll see how to create dynamic web pages using the PHP programming language and the MySQL database server.

 Fee:

$144

MON-FRI 2/19-4/10

Introduction to Python 3 Programming This course will show you how to create basic programming structures including decisions and loops. Then you will move on to more advanced topics such as objectoriented programming with classes and exceptions. In addition, you will explore unique Python data structures such as tuples and dictionaries. You will even learn how to create Python programs with graphic elements that range from simple circles and squares to graphical user interface (GUI) objects like buttons and labels.

 Fee:

$144

MON-FRI 2/19-4/10

TRADES/ TECHNOLOGY Freight Broker/Agent Training Become a part of the exciting trucking, freight logistics, and transportation industries as a licensed freight broker or as a freight broker agent. From licensing to operations, to sales and marketing, you'll learn the basics of how to run a domestic freight brokerage or agency in the United States. Written by freight brokerage specialist, the Freight Broker/Agent Online Training Program will provide you with the knowledge and resources needed to break into the $400 billion-plus shipping industry. Freight broker professionals are in demand. No matter the state of the economy, goods will always need to be shipped. A motivated and disciplined freight broker or freight agent who has recevied the proper training can build up his or her business into

six-figure earning potential. It’s an ideal home business for a self-starter who enjoys fast-paced work. This is a Gatlin online course that is self-paced and can be started at your convenience. For more information, visit careertraining.ed2go.com/harford.

¥

Fee:

$1,895

Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Explore the integrated approach to planning, acquisition, flow, and distribution, from raw materials to finished products, including developing a corporate culture, working successfully with teams, developing and implementing successful people management strategies, and workflow and performance management. This is a Gatlin online course that is self-paced and can be started at your convenience. For more information, visit careertraining.ed2go.com/ harford.

¥ Fee:

$2,295

This online program was created by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) to prepare experienced bookkeepers for the certification exam. The AIPB certification is the only national standard for bookkeepers. The program consists of six separate subject areas: adjusting entries, correction of accounting errors (including the bank reconciliation), book and tax depreciation, basic payroll, merchandise inventory, internal controls, and fraud prevention.

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

Fee:

¥

Fee:

$2,295

Payroll Practice and Management This course will teach you all facets of payroll, from the basics to the complexity of fringe benefits, taxation, and garnishments. If you have payroll experience, this program will refresh your skills, keep you up-to-date with regulations, and provide a thorough review for the Certified Payroll Professional test given by the American Payroll Association. Fee:

Certified Bookkeeper

This program provides an introductory perspective on some of the unique issues facing management of a nonprofit organization. In addition to basic managerial skills, you'll learn about finance and accounting, employment law, marketing, leadership, communication, budgeting, and fundraising. This is a Gatlin online course that is self-paced and can be started at your convenience. For more information, visit careertraining.ed2go.com/harford.

¥

PROFESSIONAL

¥

Non-Profit Management

$1,795

Records Management Certificate Benefit from a basic overview of records management terminology, concepts, and procedures to successfully manage records. Learn to make decisions based upon certain characteristics of the records as well as how to code and file according to the rules established by the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA). This is a Gatlin online course that is self-paced and can be started at your convenience. For more information, visit careertraining.ed2go.com/harford.

$1,995  ¥

Fee:

$1,595

Ed2Go Training Program | Look for the  symbol for self-paced courses that may be started at your convenience.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Interviewing Skills Learn interview skills designed to specifically allow you to effectively present yourself in the best possible manner when interviewing for a job. Learn types and techniques to shine in your interview. Get the most of your interviewing appointments with interpersonal skills to highlight your talents, accomplishments, and abilities. CRN:

25540

Tuition:

59

$

Individually Scheduled TBA

Fee:

69

$

Sessions: 1 D. Litterello

HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL The Millennial Workforce

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT Customer Service and Conflict Resolution Learn to handle customer complaints and difficult customers successfully. Explore ways to view customer complaints as opportunities, identify problems that prompt complaints, handle complaints effectively, and satisfy customers who complain.

u¥ CRN:

25326

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

109

$

WED 4/8 6-9 PM Session: 1 TBA L. Sauter

Learn active listening skills to facilitate the exchange of ideas in meetings and presentations. Practice organizing your ideas to create coherent and convincing oral presentations, while also utilizing available visual aids and using public speaking techniques to strengthen your delivery. Prepare strategies for business meetings and learn to conduct meetings efficiently.

25327

Tuition:

39

$

Fee:

149

$

WED 3/4-3/11 6-9 PM Sessions: 2 TBA J. Shoaff

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CRN:

25335

Tuition:

79

$

Fee:

139

$

THU 4/23 6-9 PM Session: 1 TBA R. Bourn

CAREER DEVELOPMENT Resume Writing Workshop

Delivering Effective Presentations

CRN:

Millennials will make up nearly half of the nation's workforce in just a few years, but their expectations and work habits are very different from any of their predecessors. Learn about these differences and how to make the most of your organization’s resources to get the full potential from this group.

Create an effective resume or improve the one you already have. Transform your resume into a powerful tool that will get you interviews. This workshop will lead you through a self-assessment series so you will have extensive knowledge about the product you are marketing—YOU! Learn different resume formats, how to write an employment objective, and tricks to writing persuasive cover letters. Make the most of your work experience. Know what to reveal in a resume, and what to keep to yourself. This course also covers the use of online resumes and Internet resume secrets. CRN:

25541

Tuition:

Individually Scheduled TBA

59

$

Fee:

69

$

SHRM Certified Test Prep Offered in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the curriculum for the SHRM Certified HR Professional Test Prep Course covers the entire body of Competency and Knowledge™ (SHRM BoCK™) which encourages HR professionals to acquire the Competencies and Knowledge they’ll need to effectively perform their jobs and achieve career success. CRN:

25121

|

825*

$

Fee:

545

$

TUE 2/4-5/5 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 12 TBA Staff *Reduced tuition for SHRM and SHRA members. CRN:

25122

Tuition:

925*

$

Fee:

545

$

TUE 2/4-5/5 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 12 TBA Staff *Non SHRM and SHRA members CRN:

25123

Tuition:

925*

$

Fee:

570

$

TUE 2/4-5/5 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 12 TBA Staff *For ALL registrations after 1/24.

Session: 1 D. Litterello

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

Tuition:

www.harford.edu/register


PROFESSIONAL SHRM Essentials of Human Resources Management This program, offered through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), provides a comprehensive overview of human resource roles and responsibilities. This program is ideal for those just starting out in the human resources profession or more seasoned professionals looking to boost their employee management skills.

u¥ CRN:

25117

Tuition:

299*

$

Fee:

250

$

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT SERIES

TUE 2/18-3/31 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 6 TBA Staff *Reduced tuition for SHRM and SHRA members These strategic $ $ Tuition: Fee: CRN: management courses TUE 2/18-3/31 are designed to provide 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 6 you with tools to align TBA Staff your activities with your *Non SHRM and SHRA members organization’s business plan and to help you make $ $ CRN: Tuition: Fee: a greater contribution TUE 2/18-3/31 to your organization’s success. This series of 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 6 courses is designed to TBA Staff provide practical and *For ALL registrations after 2/7. useful knowledge, tools, and techniques.

CRITICAL BUSINESS SKILLS TO ENHANCE LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT EXECUTION

25118

25119

349*

349*

250

295

Earn continuing education certificates in a wide range of subject areas through a series of costeffective and time-efficient courses. You will earn continuing education certificates by completing all of the courses listed under each certificate program shown. Harford Community College will offer courses under each certificate of the series on an ongoing basis.

Team Building Leading a Team Team Effectiveness Increasing Team Communications Team Conflict Management

Effective Business Writing Skills

Customer Service Management

Basic Writing Skills Effective Business Writing Advanced Business Writing Technical Writing Writing for Business Success

Customer Service Training Customer Service and Conflict Resolution Interpersonal Skills Delivering Superior Customer Service

Supervisory Development

Effective Presentations

Goal Setting Strategic Planning for Growth Strategic Marketing Managing Organizational Change Data Analysis and Interpretation Time Management

Strategic Business Management Goal Setting Strategic Planning for Growth Strategic Marketing Managing Organizational Change Data Analysis and Interpretation Time Management

Delivering Effective Presentations Facilitation Tips and Techniques Speaking in Public Facilitating Groups Professional Presentations

Effective Communications Introduction to Communication Techniques Communication and Team Dynamics Communication in the Workplace Conflict and Communication High Powered Communication

Optional Courses Emotional Intelligence Critical Thinking

High Performing Teams

Contact Victor Cyran, vcyran@harford.edu, 443.412.2398 u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020

LEADERSHIP Boosting Team Communication Increase productivity and become more successful on the job by improving the quality of working relationships with peers, employees, supervisors, customers, and others.

u¥ CRN:

25323

Tuition:

159

$

Fee:

149

$

TUE 3/3-3/10 6-9 PM Sessions: 2 TBA J. Shoaff

25329

Tuition:

39

This course will prepare the student to gather and do preliminary analytics on data sampled from a larger data set. The student will review the statistical elements to analyze data, the “rules” behind determining if the data is valid, and finally using the knowledge gained from the course to analyze real world data from probably the largest data repositories in the United States. The student is not required to know statistics or math, since the course is not statistics focused as much as it is understanding the logic behind data gathering and analysis.

If you are interested in developing a better corporate climate, this course is for you. You will learn how to interpret mission statements and goals, and determine how well they are being met. Discussions will also include how to assess an organization’s culture dynamics, management styles, power bases and political behavior, and how conflict and change may actually help better align staff with the vision and direction of an organization.

CRN:

This course will teach participants how to act as facilitators who can draw out and process audience input for the purpose of moving a discussion forward. Participants will learn how to recognize group dynamics and motivations through dialogue, feedback, and consensus building. CRN:

Understanding an Organization’s Behavior

Facilitation Tips & Techniques

$

Introduction to Data Analytics

Fee:

149

$

WED 4/8-4/15 6-9 PM Sessions: 2 TBA Staff

Introduction to Big Data This course covers one of the most important topics of our time—Big Data. After a review of statistical concepts and fundamentals, the student will understand the concept of Big Data and how organizations use Big Data in order to provide the services necessary for daily routines. The student will also comprehend how the Internet of Things (IOT) associates with Big Data.

25263

Tuition:

399

$

THU, FRI 8 AM-5 PM E-215

Fee:

4/16-4/17 Sessions: 2 C. Greco

Lean Six Sigma-Yellow Belt This training covers an introduction to the terminology, tools, and methods of the Lean Six Sigma methodology for front-line staff/supervisors that will support improvement projects in your organization (not necessarily a prerequisite for Green Belt level training). This training uses quizzes, structured presentations and hands-on exercises to reinforce the tools and concepts taught in order to cultivate a strong foundation for the Lean Six Sigma methodology within your organization.

u¥ CRN:

25334

Tuition:

MON, WED 11:30 AM-1:30 PM TBA

39

$

Fee:

25262

MON, TUE 8 AM-5 PM E-215

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Tuition:

399

$

Fee:

129

$

2/24-3/2 Sessions: 3 R. Glab

25336

Tuition:

49

$

|

129

$

PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Management: PMP Prep Attending this 35-hour comprehensive course will provide you with the knowledge you need to pass the Project Management Institutes PMP® or CAPM® Certification Exam. At the conclusion of the course, you will be able to understand the concepts and vocabulary of project management from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition. The course is taught by a PMI Registered Education Provider (PMI R.E.P.) The provider has been approved by PMI to issue professional development units (PDUs) for the course.

u¥ CRN:

25303

25304

MON - FRI 8 AM-5 PM E-215

4/6-4/7 Sessions: 2 C. Greco

Fee:

THU 3/5-3/12 6-9 PM Sessions: 2 TBA R. Glab

CRN:

99

$

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

CRN:

Tuition:

2,045

$

MON - FRI 8 AM-5 PM E-215

u¥ CRN:

99

$

www.harford.edu/register

Fee:

255

$

3/9-3/13 Sessions: 5 J. Launi Tuition:

2,045

$

Fee:

255

$

6/1-6/5 Sessions: 5 J. Launi


PROFESSIONAL

HARFORD LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

Class of 2019

HARFORD LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

DEVELOPING

HARFORD COUNTY’S

LEADERS

For more information about applying to HLA, contact Victor Cyran, 443.412.2398, or email vcyran@harford.edu. Application deadline: January 17, 2020

ESTABLISHED 1991

Introduction to Microsoft Project Discover the uses of Microsoft Project. Create a task list; set up resources; assign resources to tasks; format and share your plan; track progress on tasks; and fine-tune task details, resource details, assignment details, and the project plan. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25220

Tuition:

MON 8:30 AM-4 PM E-215

289

$

Fee:

49

$

3/2 & 3/9 Sessions: 2

REAL ESTATE

SMALL BUSINESS

Real Estate Appraisal

Becoming a Notary

Harford Community College partners with the Maryland Association of Appraisers to offer continuing education courses. For more information and to register, visit www.mdappraisers.org.

Learn about the roles, regulations, and correct practices in performing the responsibilities of a new notary public. Topics include a brief history, Maryland rules, practical advice, avoiding problems, new developments, and performing competently as a notary.

Residential Appraising: New Things to Think About TUE 3/10 8 AM-4 PM Session: 1 J-018 Bill Riedel 2020-2021 USPAP Update class TUE 5/5 8 AM-4 PM Session: 1 J-018 Bill Riedel

u¥ CRN:

25338

Tuition:

19

$

Fee:

129

$

SAT 3/7 9 AM-2 PM Session: 1 TBA T. Cavacos

Home Inspection License training offered March 28-April 4 and June 20-27. For more details see page 61.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 SBDC SERIES 1: Introduction to Digital Marketing for Business Within the last decade, the world of business marketing hasn’t just gotten a face lift; it’s undergone a complete remodel. Your customers are more distracted. Your competition is more abundant. And your efforts to promote your business just get lost in the noise of it all. Modern small business owners have to become savvier when it comes to digital marketing– or risk being left behind. In this introductory series, we’ll take broad looks and deep dives into how small business owners can dive headfirst into the world of digital marketing without getting swept out with the tide. Enrollment in this series includes the following four sessions at a discount compared to individual sessions. The Northern Region Small Business Development Center is dedicated to providing training and no-cost business consulting services to aspiring and existing entrepreneurs in the areas of money, management and marketing. HCC is the regional program host and offers two convenient locations; on campus at Edgewood Hall or The GroundFloor, in Havre de Grace, MD. Make your appointment today, 443.412.2237. The Northern Region Small Business Development Center is offering entrepreneurs two exciting opportunities to help launch their businesses:

Harford County Shark Tank

January 30 | Chesapeake Theatre A business challenge like no other where the audience determines the most appropriate prize package for the final five contestants based on the business pitch! Thanks to our generous community partners, all final contestants will be awarded a prize-package to move their business forward. From the aspiring business entrepreneur to the established business owner, all are encouraged to apply. To learn more call 443.412.2237.

Lender’s Lounge March 12 | TBA

Lender's Lounge invites business owners to engage one-on-one with lenders to discuss their business growth plans and financing options through a speed-dating simulation. Four minutes of focused dialogue equals 15 lenders in less than 60 minutes. Create a financial proposal with your SBDC consultant today. Call 443.412.2237 for more information. SBDC and HCC are also partnering to offer two programs to further build your business. You can take the entire series or individual sessions. See information on this page.

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CRN:

25519

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

349

$

TUE 4/7-4/28 3-4:30 PM Sessions: 4 TBA Staff

Digital Marketing 101

Diving into Google

Marketing can be an intimidating venture, especially in the online space. A tremendous amount of information (and misinformation) is widely available with a simple Google search–but how do you turn all of that noise into an opportunity? This class session will provide participants with an overview of digital marketing terminology, platforms, and trends that impact online promotion specifically for small- and mid-sized businesses.

Facebook may be a giant, but Google is a titan in a whole other class. Google receives 63,000 searches per second. It is the dominant information highway that connects people from problem to solution in an instant – and if you aren’t on it, you could be missing out on new tens, hundreds, or even thousands of new prospective customers daily. This session will go into detail on the steps to make sure that your business info is accurately listed in Google’s search index–and maybe even help people find it.

CRN:

25520

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

100

$

TUE 4/7 $ $ CRN: Tuition: Fee: 3-4:30 PM Session: 1 TBA Staff TUE 4/21 3-4:30 PM Session: 1 TBA Staff

25525

49

100

Diving into Facebook

Headlines may give the impression that there has been a mass exodus from Facebook by millennials; but while other platforms come and go in popularity, Facebook is a ubiquitous connector and a great storytelling platform with staying power – and it doesn’t hurt that the Facebook product line (including Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp) has more than two billion daily active users. Having a Facebook presence for your business is still critical to your marketing success. In this session, we’ll take a deeper look inside of Facebook and discuss how you can put the social media platform to work for you. CRN:

25521

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

100

$

Data Driven MarketingCreating A Recipe for Success Marketing, much like cooking, is equal parts art and science. There are no magic formulae, silver bullets, or super pills – and anyone that offers you one is simply practicing some marketing of their own. So once you learn how to market, how do you know if it’s working? In the final session of our series on digital marketing, we’ll discuss the data-driven approach to creating a successful, measurable marketing plan - and participants will collaborate to start drawing up a marketing plan for their own unique business.

TUE 4/14 3-4:30 PM Session: 1 $ $ CRN: Tuition: Fee: TBA Staff TUE 4/28 3-4:30 PM Session: 1 TBA Staff

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

25526

|

www.harford.edu/register

49

100


PROFESSIONAL The Business Model Canvas - Painting a Picture of Your Business

SBDC SERIES 2: Business Basics – An Entrepreneurship Overview Whether you spend your days in a cubicle, a kitchen, or at a cash register, it’s easy to daydream about new adventures and exciting opportunities. Visions of opportunity are a nice distraction from the boring day-to-day routine… until the phone rings or the food’s done. But what if you could remove the “dream” and those visions became your day? This four-part series covers everything you need to know about starting a business – and participants will build the foundation needed to take the reins, become the boss, and build a simple idea into a successful company. Enrollment in this series includes the following four sessions at a discount compared to individual sessions. CRN:

25527

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

349

$

TUE 4/7-4/28 6-7:30 PM Sessions: 4 TBA Staff

Ready, Set, Go- The Nuts and Bolts of Turning Ideas into Opportunities

Smart Start Your BusinessAn Evening with the Experts

If your car breaks down, do you have the skills needed to get it working again? If not, you probably wouldn’t make it very far in business as a mechanic. One of the biggest mistakes a business owner can make is to step too far out of their own area of expertise, especially when it comes to mission critical areas like accounting and taxes, legal counsel, and insurance. Knowing when to get an outside expert involved isn’t a weakness – it’s a strength. $ $ CRN: 25528 Tuition: 49 Fee: 100 In this session, we’ll introduce participants to several subject matter “mechanics” (aka TUE 4/7 experts) to discuss how they help small 6-7:30 PM Session: 1 TBA Staff businesses fix and maintain the engines of their businesses—and to answer your questions on what you may need when starting your own entrepreneurial adventure. There’s a simple rule in business: if you’re not growing, you’re dying. And the fastest way to kill an idea is to get stuck in “analysis paralysis” and wind up never taking action on it. In this session, we’ll start with the basics—giving participants a framework to explore their ideas and transform their “pipe dream” into a profitable company.

CRN:

25529

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

How do businesses like Starbucks, Amazon, Google, and more go from being homegrown to industry titans? Every good business starts with an idea – but so does every bad business. The thing that separates the success stories from the failures isn’t the idea – it’s the business model, or the “how” behind their success, rather than the what or the why. In this session, we’ll explore case studies of successful businesses and what their model looks like on a grand scale—and participants will start to paint their own picture of what their idea might look like when it’s brought to life. CRN:

25530

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

100

$

TUE 4/21 6-7:30 PM Session: 1 TBA Staff

Demystifying Business Plans Business plans can be a huge, scary obstacle between an eager entrepreneur and their dream. And rightly so, since a good business plan is 50+ pages with spreadsheets, graphs, affidavits, and addendums, right? Wrong. Business plans aren’t a hurdle; rather, they’re an opportunity! And in this session, we’ll take a look at the inner workings of a business plan—the what, how, and why of the information an aspiring business owner should pull together—and help make that business plan seem a little less terrifying and a little more exciting. After all, a business plan is a roadmap to your dream. And once you have a plan, the only thing left to do . . . is follow it. CRN:

25531

Tuition:

49

$

Fee:

100

$

TUE 4/28 6-7:30 PM Session: 1 TBA Staff

100

$

TUE 4/14 6-7:30 PM Sessions: 2 TBA Staff

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Dog Grooming III: Advanced Techniques Continue exploring the career of dog grooming as you learn advanced grooming techniques. Gain skills and knowledge related to pattern setting; blending/shaping; hair dying; competitive grooming; business planning; and service add-ons. Groom dogs in our on-campus grooming salon. Prerequisite course, completion of Dog Grooming I & II, and enrollment in externship required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

SERVICE

ANIMAL SERVICES CERTIFICATE

treatment options. Practice grooming dogs in our on-campus grooming salon. Prerequisite course required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

Dog Grooming

The demand for qualified groomers is very high. Dog groomers can work for an established salon or start their own business! In this certificate program, you will learn the skills, techniques, and tools of the trade while gaining hands-on experience.

CRN:

Prerequisite Class • First Aid & CPR for Groomers

Required Classes • Dog Grooming I: Introduction to Dog Grooming • Dog Grooming II: Basic Techniques • Grooming Externship • Dog Grooming III: Advanced Techniques

Dog Grooming I: Introduction to Dog Grooming Interested in a career in dog grooming? Take this course to learn about the role and responsibilities of a dog groomer as you explore the skills needed for the workplace. Covering the fundamental basics of dog grooming, you will receive both lecture and hands-on information on topics such as dog anatomy and breed identification; animal behavior and handling; sanitation; ethics and welfare; customer relations; equipment identification and care; basic skin disorders identification; and flea/tick evaluation and

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25346

Tuition:

695

$

Fee:

275

$

MON, WED, FRI 2/24-3/14 8-11:30 AM Sessions: 10 J-025 M. Taylor One Saturday salon class date TBD, 8 AM-12:30 PM.

Dog Grooming II: Basic Techniques Build on the knowledge you gained in Dog Grooming I as you explore basic grooming skills and techniques. Learn and practice essential skills such as proper bathing/ drying; brushing/combing/dematting; ear cleaning; nail trims; dental care; anal gland expression; proper clipper use; and scissor control. Practice grooming dogs in our on-campus grooming salon. Prerequisite course and completion of Dog Grooming I required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

25349

Tuition:

1,795

$

Fee:

695

$

MON, WED, FRI 5/25-7/13 8 AM-12 PM Sessions: 23 J-025 M. Taylor No class 7/3. Additional Saturday salon classes on 6/6 & 6/27, 9 AM-3 PM.

First Aid & CPR for Groomers This course is designed to train students, animal groomers, salon staff and owners how to manage medical emergencies that can happen in the grooming environment. There are a number of injuries that can occur in a grooming salon such as heatstroke, lacerations from shears/clippers, stress anxiety and more. It provides the participant an overview of what to do in an emergency situation at the salon prior to obtaining veterinary care. CRN:

25403

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

82

$

SAT 2/29 8 AM-12:15 PM Session: 1 J-025 Staff Fee includes Pet CPR Certification.

u¥ CRN:

25347

Tuition:

1,795

$

Fee:

695

$

MON, WED, FRI 3/23-5/13 8 AM-12 PM Sessions: 25 J-025 M. Taylor One Saturday salon class, 4/11, 9 AM–3 PM. Makeup/Snow Day 5/15.

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

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New On-Campus Grooming Salon. Appointments available to the public. Call Monique Brunson at 443.412.2338 or email mbrunson@harford.edu.

www.harford.edu/register


SERVICE Grooming Externship Participate in an individually scheduled, 50-hour, “hands on” experience related to dog grooming. Observe and practice procedures and skills under direct supervision in a grooming salon. Must be at least 18 years old with a valid driver’s license, and/or reliable transportation. Weekday, weekend, and holiday hours necessary for successful completion. Current negative TB skin test (or negative chest x-ray) and tetanus shot are mandatory. Hepatitis B vaccination recommended. Prerequisite course, completion of Dog Grooming I, and enrollment in Dog Grooming II required. Technical standards apply.

u¥ CRN:

25348

CERTIFICATE

Animal First Aid & CPR Animal first aid is the immediate care given to an injured or suddenly ill pet. This course provides pet owners and other interested parties with information on caring for dogs and cats as well as guidance about how to determine when pets need professional treatment. Course completion card included. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ CRN:

25344

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

82

$

SAT 2/8 8 AM-12:15 PM Session: 1

895

$

Fee:

375

$

ON DEMAND 4/6-6/12 J-025 Staff

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE Veterinary Assistant

The demand for certified veterinary assistants is growing! As a member of the team, you will assist the veterinarian and the veterinary technician in the delivery of patient care, maintaining a clean and safe work environment, administering medication to animals, and providing compassionate care to animals and their owners. Learn essential information and job skills, such as emergency care, nutrition, surgery, diagnostics, and more. Also experience hands-on learning in the classroom with a variety of animals. Students must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. Technical standards apply. Additionally, you must complete the Reading (ACR) and Math (ACA) assessments at the Test Center prior to enrollment in the program. Required Classes • Animal First Aid & CPR (prerequisite) • Massage Therapy for Animals (prerequisite) • VAC I: Intro to Veterinary Assisting • VAC II: Anatomy, Physiology, Disease, & Nutrition • VAC III: Diagnostic & Therapeutic Techniques • Small Animal Externship • VAC IV: Surgery & Emergency Care • VAC V: Large & Exotic Animals

Makeup/Snow date 2/22. Fee includes Certification wallet card.

CRN:

Learn the rudimentary skills of animal massage to gain complementary physical and emotional benefits, and facilitate the socialization of abused and/or traumatized pets. You may bring a licensed, socialized dog to class for use in the practice of massage. All dogs must have current rabies immunization and be kept on a lead.

25345

Tuition:

59

$

Fee:

25343

Tuition:

495

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM J-025 Makeup/Snow Date 3/10.

Massage Therapy for Animals

CRN:

Continue your journey through Veterinary Assistant Training! Module V prepares you to work with large and exotic animals including mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. Explore preventative medicine, nutrition, animal behavior, handling and restraint, husbandry, habitat design, ethical and conservation issues, and humane animal handling techniques. Immunizations necessary. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

J-025 P. Wheeler Tuition:

Veterinary Assistant Certification V: Large & Exotic Animals

49

$

SAT 3/7 12-4:25 PM Session: 1 J-025 J. Rainier Makeup/Snow Date 3/14.

Fee:

89

$

2/11-3/5 Sessions: 8 M. Brunson

BARTENDING A Course in Bartending For bartenders or bar operators, this course presents the basic procedures for implementing and maintaining a bar operation. Learn the various forms of alcoholic beverages including wine, beer, and spirits; how to stock a bar; bar layout; and other duties and functions.

u¥ CRN:

Veterinary Assistant Certification IV: Surgery & Emergency Care In this module, you will learn to provide services for small animals in need of specialized and emergent care. Areas of concentration include anesthesia, surgery, emergency care, dental care and the required restraint techniques for these interventions. Prerequisite courses required. Technical standards apply. Textbook purchase required.

25404

Tuition:

79

$

Fee:

259

$

MON 2/3-3/9 6-9 PM Sessions: 6 TBA Staff CRN:

25405

Tuition:

79

$

Fee:

259

$

MON 4/6-5/11 6-9 PM Sessions: 6 TBA Staff

u¥ CRN:

25342

Tuition:

495

$

TUE, THU 6-9 PM J-025 Makeup/Snow Date 2/6.

Fee:

89

$

1/7-2/4 Sessions: 9 M. Brunson

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 School-Age Child

CHILD CARE

This course focuses on the child from ages 5-12. Emphasis is placed on theories of physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development as well as approaches in program planning, curriculum development, and selection of age-appropriate materials and methods through which educational outcomes are attained. Elements of professionalism are also presented. Prerequisites: Materials & Curriculum and The Young Child.

The Young Child

u

Designed to provide students with knowledge to meet the needs of the young child from birth to age 12. Emphasis is on the practical aspects of caring for young children, creating environmental settings instrumental to providing optimal development. Current issues will be discussed. This course may also be taken for credit. Textbook purchase required.

CRN:

u¥ CRN:

25325

Tuition:

299

$

Fee:

100

$

1/21-5/16 OLL K. Bell CRN:

25331

Tuition:

299

$

MON, WED 8:30-9:50 AM F-101 No class 3/16 & 3/18.

Fee:

100

$

1/22-5/13 Sessions: 31 K. Bell

Materials & Curriculum Designed for parents, teachers, child care operators, prospective parents or teachers, and others interested in working with children. Through varied instructional materials and activities, students will learn various means of stimulating the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of young children through seven years of age.

25375

Tuition:

299

$

Fee:

100

$

1/2-1/17 ONLINE B. Cook

Infant and Toddler Curriculum

25373

25332

Tuition:

No class 3/16 & 3/18.

299

$

Fee:

Tuition:

299

$

Fee:

100

$

1/21-5/16 ONLINE K. Bell

Medication Administration

100

$

u¥ CRN:

25542

Tuition:

SAT 8:30 AM-3:30 PM DH-136

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Including ALL Children and the Americans with Disabilities Act, CC 1139 This course will provide information, strategies, and resources on how to develop and implement an early childhood environment that is inclusive to all children and families. Successful completion of this course results in receipt of the three-hour certificate required by Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Child Care.

Tuition:

65

$

Fee:

20

$

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Fee:

15

$

This course will provide information, strategies, and resources regarding how to create an early childhood environment which facilitates learning for all children. Specific techniques to incorporate into curriculum in order to effectively reach children with and without disabilities are discussed. Successful completion of this course results in receipt of a four-hour Core of Knowledge training certificate (2 hours in curriculum and 2 hours in special needs). Video production for this course was funded, in part, with a grant from the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council.

24

$

Fee:

15

$

Positive Discipline Techniques for Early Childhood Professionals This course will help early childhood professionals understand the “whys” behind children’s behavior. Participants will learn how to create an environment that supports the development of social skills and appropriate behavior. Ways to respond positively when difficult behaviors do arise are also shared. Successful completion of this course will result in the receipt of a 3-hour Core of Knowledge training certificate in child development. Video production for this course was funded, in part, with a grant from the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council.

Tuition:

3/7 Session: 1 Staff

For registration information, see page 42 or call 443.412.2376, option 1.

20

$

Universal Design for Learning in a Developmentally Appropriate Classroom, CC 1153

Tuition:

This course is designed to provide child care professionals with an overview of medication 1/21-5/16 administration procedures in child care OLL Staff facilities. Topics include: common types of $ $ medications, care and storage of medication, CRN: 25333 Tuition: 299 Fee: 100 requirements to administer medications, and MON, WED 1/22-5/12 how to prevent medication errors. Technical 10-11:20 AM Sessions: 30 standards apply. F-101 K. Bell CRN:

The following online non-credit Early Childhood Education classes are available on demand. Please contact Laura Hutton at lhutton@harford.edu or 443.412.2093 for registration information.

This course will explore best practices for the care of infants and toddlers. The importance of nurturing relationships will be discussed, along with how to turn caregiving routines into learning opportunities. Attention will be given to how partnerships can be formed with families and children, including those from diverse backgrounds. Issues important to the effective care of very young children will be addressed including: special needs, breastfeeding, SIDs prevention, effective environments, and equity. Students who complete both Infant and Toddler and The Young Child are eligible for the 90-hour Infant and Toddler Certificate required by the Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Child Care. This course may also be taken for credit. Textbook purchase required. CRN:

On Demand Early Childhood Education classes

www.harford.edu/register

13

$

Fee:

15

$


SERVICE

CULINARY TECHNICIAN

Culinary TechnicianProfessionalism

FLORAL DESIGN

This class provides students with a foundation for successful employment in the restaurant/food service/hospitality industry. Students will be cooking and making recipes during this course as well as learning about hospitality and culinary professions, professional etiquette and basic customer service. CRN:

25350

Tuition:

295

$

MON, WED 5:30-8:30 PM E-159 Makeup/Snow Date 2/5.

Fee:

95

$

1/20-2/3 Sessions: 5 A. Scott

CERTIFICATE Floral Design

Begin a career in floral design by earning your Floral Design, Certificate from HCC.

H.O.T. CERTIFICATE

In this program, starting with Introduction to Floral Design you will learn everything from simple arrangements through modern arrangements using different materials. Our creative instructors will show you many ways to make beautiful displays.

Culinary Technician

Learn about ingredients and cooking methods while gaining professional skills to prepare you for an exciting career as a culinary technician.

Students need to first complete the introduction class, then four more required classes, followed by three electives that can be taken in any order (see below). Classes are offered throughout the year, and not all classes are offered every term.

Required Courses • Culinary Technician – Professionalism • Culinary Technician – Applied Kitchen Skills

For more information, email JeanMarie Lewis, jmlewis@harford.edu.

Food Service Sanitation Developed by the National Restaurant Association, this course enables participants to become certified in food safety and sanitation. Upon completion of the course and a passing grade on the exam, students receive a certificate that is recognized by the State of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Textbook is required and should be purchased before first class session. The book is approximately $75. This is a hybrid class. First and last class session held on campus.

Culinary TechnicianApplied Kitchen Skills This hands-on skill-building class takes place in a commercial-style kitchen lab and focuses on essential culinary skills such as basic knife skills, equipment skills, ServSafe (food service sanitation) certification training, food handling and processing. Students will be cooking and preparing recipes in each class session. CRN:

25351

Tuition:

1,495

$

25341

Tuition:

99

$

Fee:

595

MON, WED 2/10-4/29 5:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 26 E-159 A. Scott No class on 3/16 & 3/18. Saturday classes 9 AM-3:30 PM, 2/22, 3/28, 4/11, 4/25.

u¥ CRN:

Fee:

$

119

$

MON 2/3-3/9 6:30-9:45 PM Sessions: 6 TBA K. Gingue

u = Senior Adult and Disabled Retiree Tuition Waivers Apply

Approximate cost of the program:

2,200.

$

Required Courses • Introduction to Floral Design • Floral Design, Advanced • Wedding Design • Sympathy Design • Contemporary Floral Design

Elective Courses* (Must complete 3): • Everlasting Flowers • Holiday Flowers • Flowers to Wear • Summer Wildflowers • Retail Flower Shop • Individual Holiday Courses, including • St. Patrick’s Day • Valentine’s Day • Mother’s Day • Easter • Thanksgiving • Halloween • Christmas *Current elective courses for each term are listed in Community Education section.

For more information, email training@harford.edu.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2020 Introduction to Floral Design Create colorful, eye-catching, fresh floral arrangements as you learn the basic principles of floral design. Take home a completed arrangement each week. Material fee includes fresh flowers, containers, and equipment for each project.

u¥ CRN:

25274

Tuition:

98

$

Fee:

89

$

WED 1/15-2/19 6:30-9 PM Sessions: 6 OHTHS J. Kortisses

Nail Technician

Contemporary Floral Design This course is designed for the advanced trained designer. We will learn the styles and techniques of the European designs. It is the last course of the core classes required for the certification program. There is a prerequisite of Introduction to Floral Design and Advanced Floral Design. The fee includes all materials needed. Student will take home an arrangement each week. CRN:

25340

Tuition:

229

$

Fee:

249

$

THU 2/20-3/12 6-10 PM Sessions: 4 TBA D. Flack

Sympathy Floral Design for Floral Certification This class is designed to introduce students to the mechanics of sympathy floral design. Students will design and create four basic arrangements: a dish garden, a basket design, a spray easel and a saddle design. Students will also be introduced to the many aspects of funeral orders and delivery procedures.

u CRN:

25339

Tuition:

CERTIFICATE

209

$

Fee:

249

$

WED 3/11-4/1 6-9 PM Sessions: 4 TBA J. Kortisses

If you’re creative and enjoy socializing, consider a career as a nail technician. There’s no need to go to an expensive beauty school because Harford Community College offers a Nail Technician Program. Approved by the Maryland State Department of Education, the program prepares students for the State-required examination to become a licensed manicurist. Consisting of three parts, the program is a total of 250 class hours that include theory, demonstration, and practical application. Students must enroll in and complete all three courses to be eligible to apply for the State exam. Textbook purchase required.

u¥ Approximate cost of the program:

2,915.

$

Required Classes: • Nail Technician I · Nail Technician II · Nail Technician III

For more information, email training@harford.edu.

Nail Technician I $ CRN: 25381 Tuition: 990

Fee:

1,575

$

MON, THU 2/4-5/14 5:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 25 TBA Staff

Nail Technician II $ CRN: 25382 Tuition: 100

Fee:

100

$

MON, THU 5/19-8/11 5:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 25 TBA Staff

Nail Technician III $ CRN: 35003 Tuition: 75

Fee:

75

$

MON, THU 8/13-9/29 5:30-9:30 PM Sessions: 13 TBA Staff

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CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

Disclaimer: All courses in this section are subject to change. Please consult the Harford Community College online Credit Schedule of Classes for the most up-to-date information. www.harford.edu/schedule

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SPRING 2020 CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES To provide the community with a complete listing of classes offered at Harford Community College, we are now including this schedule of credit classes, degrees, and programs as an addition to our noncredit classes. Registration for these classes can be completed by visiting the website at the bottom of each page in this section. Each course listing consists of the CRN # (the code used to register) as well as the day and time the class meets. For courses designated as ONLINE or HYBRID, consider taking our Online Readiness Quiz http://ww2.harford.edu/OnlineSurvey/eLearning/ OnlineReadiness/AmIReady.asp to determine if online classes are a good fit for you. For more information, please contact: Admissions: 443.412.2109 Cashier’s Office: 443.412.2208

Advising: 443.412.2301 Financial Aid: 443.412.2257

ARTS AND HUMANITIES Art + Design ART

101 Fundamentals of 2D Design CRN 20339 M CRN 20340 R

0830 1220 1800 2150

ART

103 Intro to Graphic Communication

ART

107 Fundamentals of 3D Design

ART

108 Digital Media Culture (I)

ART

109 Sculpture I

ART

111 Studio Drawing I: Observation

ART

113 Painting I

ART

115 Ceramics I

CRN 20341 R

CRN 20342 R CRN 20343 W

0800 1150

CRN 20369 R CRN 20370 M CRN 20372 T

CRN 20374 M CRN 20375 W CRN 20377 T

0800 1150 1410 1800 1800 2150 1410 1800 0830 1220 1800 2150

120 Digital Foundations I

ART

121 Intro to Drawing-Non-Major (GH)

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CRN 20381 F CRN 20382 W

ONLINE

1340 1730

ART

CRN 20378 M CRN 20379 TR

122 Color: Art, Science & Culture (GH)

ART

160 Time-Based Media

ART

201 History Art-Ancient & Medieval (H, D)

ART

202 History Art-Renaissance-Modern (H, D)

ART

203 Art & Architecture of US (H)

ART

207 Graphic Design

ART

213 Studio Drawing II: Contemporary Practice

ART

214 Painting II

ART

219 Sculpture II

ART

220 Ceramics II

ART

221 Studio Drawing: Illustration

ART

222 Studio Draw: Special Projects & Portfolio

0800 1150 1410 1800

CRN 20344 CRN 20346 T

ART

0830 1220 1340 1535 0830 1220 1830 2220

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CRN 20383 R CRN 20384 R

1340 1730 1800 2150

CRN 20386 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20387 ONLINE CRN 20388 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20389 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20390 T 1800 2050 HONORS CRN 20391 ONLINE CRN 20393 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20395 R CRN 21183

T

CRN 20399 W CRN 20402 T CRN 20404 T CRN 20405 M CRN 20406 W CRN 20407 T CRN 20408 W CRN 20409 W

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1800 2050 0800 1150 1410 1800 1800 2150 1340 1730 1410 1800 0830 1220 1800 2150 1410 1800 1410 1800


CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ART

223 Painting III

ART

224 Painting IV

ART

225 Ceramics III

ART

226 Ceramics IV

ART

227 Sculpture III

ART

228 Sculpture IV

ART

229 Design for the Web

ART

230 2D Computer Animation

ART

233 Portfolio Workshop

ART

CRN 20410 T CRN 20412 T CRN 20414 M CRN 20415 W CRN 20416 T CRN 20417 M CRN 20418 W CRN 20419 T

CRN 20174 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20175 ONLINE

1800 2150

CMST 210 Group Communication & Leadership (H)

1410 1800 0830 1220 1800 2150

CMST 230 Nonverbal Communication

CRN 20176 T 1100 1220 HYBRID CRN 20177 MW 1130 1250 CRN 21224 ONLINE CRN 20178

CRN 20421 T CRN 20422 T

W

CRN 20424 F

251 Ceramics Workshop CRN 20425 T CRN 20426 W

DRAM 204 Survey of Modern Drama (H, D)

English: Transitional

1340 1730

ENG

002 Reading Power & Comprehension

1800 2150

ENG

003 Reading & Understanding College Text

ENG

012 Basic Writing

ENG

017 Associated Reading & Writing

ENG

018 Integrated Reading and Writing

ENG

019 Accelerated Writing

1830 2220 0830 1220 0800 1150 1830 2220

ARTM 201 Arts Management Seminar II 1215

1315 HYBRID

American Sign Language ASL

101 American Sign Language I

ASL

102 American Sign Language II

ASL

201 American Sign Language III

CRN 20151

R

CRN 20152 T CRN 20153 T

0930 1050

1340 1730

Arts Management CRN 21301 F

ONLINE

Drama

1410 1800 0830 1220 1800 2150

CRN 20028 TR

CRN 20420 T

CRN 21325

CMST 105 Interpersonal Communication (I, D)

1800 2150

1510 1800 1510 1800 1510 1800

CRN 20154 M 1000 1120 CRN 20155 CRN 20156 F 1130 1420 CRN 20157 MW 1410 1530 CRN 20158 M 1540 1700 CRN 20160 W 1900 2150 CRN 20161 M 1700 1830 CRN 20163 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20164 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20165 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20166 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20167 TR 1510 1630 CRN 20168 M 1540 1800 CRN 20169 TR 1810 1930 CRN 20170 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20171

CRN 20185 MW RN 20186 TR CRN 20190 TR CRN 20324 MW CRN 21153 TR CRN 20197 CRN 20323 CRN 21145 CRN 21146 CRN 21223 CRN 21313 CRN 21318

CRN 21291 CRN 21292 CRN 21293 CRN 21294

TR MW MW TR TR MW MW W M T W

0800 0920 0830 0950 1340 1500 1100 1220 1050 1245 1340 1535 1020 1900 0830 0800 1340 1050 0800

1215 2055 1025 0955 1535 1245 1000

1025 1000 0930 1540

1120 1055 1025 1635

English

Communication Studies CMST 101 Speech Fundamentals (I)

CRN 20182 TR

ENG HYBRID ONLINE HYBRID

HYBRID ONLINE

101 English Composition (E) CRN 20029 CRN 20030 CRN 20031 CRN 20032 CRN 20033 CRN 20034 CRN 20035 CRN 20036 CRN 20037 CRN 20038 CRN 20039 CRN 20040 CRN 20041 CRN 20042 CRN 20043 CRN 20044 CRN 20045 CRN 20046 CRN 20047

TR MW MW T MW MW TR MW MW MW MW MW MW TR TR MW TR TR TR

0930 0830 0830 1640 1000 1000 1700 1130 1130 1410 1410 1000 1540 0930 1100 1410 1340 1100 1510

1050 0950 0950 1930 1120 1120 1940 1250 1250 1530 1530 1120 1700 1050 1220 1530 1500 1220 1630

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ENG

101 English Composition (E) (continued) CRN 20048 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20049 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20050 MW 1500 1630 CRN 20051 MW 1840 2000 CRN 20052 F 0830 1120 CRN 20053 CRN 20054 CRN 20056 CRN 20057 CRN 20058 CRN 20059 MW 1540 1700 CRN 20060 TR 1810 1930 CRN 20198 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20199 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20201 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20202 MW 1130 1250 CRN 21297 TR 0800 0920 CRN 21298 MW 1410 1530

ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

102 English Composition and Literature CRN 20062 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20063 MW 1410 1530 CRN 20064 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20065 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20066 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20067 CRN 20068 TR 1510 1630 CRN 20069 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20070 TR 1640 1800 CRN 20071 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20072 MW 1840 2000 CRN 21251 MW 1540 1700 CRN 21335 TR 1340 1500 CRN 21370 CRN 21371

ENG

215 Multicultural Literature: 20th Century (H, D)

ENG

216 Business Communications

ENG

219 American Women Writers (H, D)

ENG

233 African American Literature (H, D)

ENG

234 Ethnic American Literature (H, D)

ENG

235 Poetry II

ENG

236 Poetry III

ENG

237 Literature to Film (H)

ENG

239 English History and Grammar

HONORS

CRN 20085 TR

1100 1220

CRN 20086 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20087 ONLINE CRN 21270 T 1700 1830 HYBRID CRN 20088 CRN 20091 TR

CRN 20098 MW CRN 20206 M CRN 20207 M CRN 20102 TR

1100 1220 1130 1250 1730 2020 1730 2020 0930 1050

CRN 20109

ONLINE

FR

101 Elementary French I

FR

102 Elementary French II

GER

101 Elementary German I

CRN 21187 T CRN 21261

T

CRN 20110 TR

SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I

ONLINE ONLINE

CRN 21143 MW

1640 1800 HYBRID 1810 1930 HYBRID 0800 0920 1540 1700

107 Intro to Creative Writing

SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II

ENG

109 English Composition: Research Writing

SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I

CRN 21182 M

1100 1220

CRN 21374 W

CRN 20074 ONLINE CRN 20075 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20076 TR 1100 1220

1710 1830 HYBRID

HIST 101 History of Western Civilization I (B, D)

110 Poetry I

ENG

202 World Literature 1600-Present (H, D)

ENG

204 English Literature: Survey English Literature II (H)

ENG

205 American Literature: Early

ENG

206 American Literature: Late 19/20th Century (H, D)

ENG

209 Technical Writing

ENG

210 Literature Child & Young Adults (H, D)

ENG

214 Great Writers: Lives/Works (H)

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1710 1830 HYBRID

History

ENG

CRN 20205 M

CRN 21288 MW MW

CRN 20969 ONLINE CRN 20970 MW 1000 1120

1730 2020

CRN 20079

CRN 21162

ONLINE

Foreign Language

ENG

CRN 20073 TR

ONLINE

1410 1530

ONLINE

CRN 20082 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20083 ONLINE CRN 21384 ONLINE

CRN 21336 TR

CRN 21332 TR CRN 20971 MW

1100 1220 1130 1250

HIST 103 History of United States I (B, D)

1000 1120

CRN 20081

CRN 20084 TR

HIST 102 History of Western Civilization II (B, D)

ONLINE

0930 1050 0930 1050

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HIST 104 History of United States II (B, D)

CRN 20984 ONLINE CRN 20985 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20986 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20987 MW 1710 1830 CRN 21179 M 1700 1830 CRN 21229 MW 0830 0950 CRN 21375 W 1540 1700 HYBRID

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CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES HIST 109 World History I (B, D)

CRN 20988 MW 1410 1530 CRN 21334 ONLINE

HIST 110 World History II (B, D)

CRN 20989

ONLINE

HIST 202 Twentieth Century World (B, D) CRN 20991 TR

CRN 20546 W CRN 21327 W

Mass Communications 101 Intro to Electronic Media

MC

102 Audio Production

MC MC MC MC MC MC

CRN 20229 TR

CRN 20230 MW

CRN 20547 W CRN 21328 W

1340 1500

MUS 120 Orchestra I

1050 1245

MUS 121 Orchestra II

CRN 21236 T CRN 21237

1410 1800

CRN 20234

CRN 20252 W 1410 1800 CRN 20253 ONLINE CRN 20254 M 1800 2150 CRN 20255 ONLINE

MC

208 Multimedia Journalism I (GH)

MC

209 Multimedia Journalism II

MC

210 Introduction to Social Media

CRN 21217

M

CRN 20257 M

1800 2150

1830 2150 HYBRID ONLINE

Music MUS 101 Music Fundamentals

CRN 20502

MUS 104 Music Theory II

CRN 20516 MW

MUS 105 Chorus I

CRN 21234 M

MUS 106 Chorus II

CRN 21235

1900 2150

CRN 20572 CRN 20575 CRN 20576

MUS 132 Applied Music Woodwinds II

CRN 20578 CRN 20580 CRN 20581 CRN 20582 CRN 20584 CRN 20585

MUS 134 Applied Music Woodwinds IV

CRN 20662 CRN 20663 CRN 20664

MUS 135 Applied Music Brass I ONLINE

CRN 20675 CRN 20676 CRN 20678

MUS 136 Applied Music Brass II

CRN 20683 CRN 20684 CRN 20685

MUS 137 Applied Music Brass III M

MUS 107 A Cappella Singers I CRN 20520 T

MUS 108 A Cappella Singers II CRN 20522 T

MUS 109 Band I

1130 1250

MUS 131 Applied Music Woodwinds I

MUS 133 Applied Music Woodwinds III

1830 2150 HYBRID

CRN 20258

MUS 129 Applied Music Commercial Voice III CRN 20554

206 History of Film (H)

CRN 20256 T

1830 2120

MUS 130 Applied Music Commercial Voice IV

1340 1730 HYBRID

207 Digital Video I

1830 2120

CRN 20553

1800 2150

MC

T

1900 2150 1900 2150

CRN 20552

ONLINE

204 Video Production/Editing CRN 20251 T

1900 2150 1900 2150

MUS 128 Applied Music Commercial Voice II

203 Advanced Audio Production CRN 20250 R

1900 2150

CRN 20551

1020 1215

105 Intro to Journalism (H)

1900 2150

MUS 127 Applied Music Commercial Voice I

104 Electronic Media Performance CRN 20233 TR

1900 2150

MUS 119 Vocal Jazz Ensemble II

103 Television Studio Production CRN 20231 M

CRN 20541 R

MUS 112 Jazz Ensemble II MUS 118 Vocal Jazz Ensemble I

1100 1220

MC

CRN 20539 M

MUS 111 Jazz Ensemble I

CRN 20543 R

1340 1500

HIST 207 African American History (B, D) CRN 21230 TR

MUS 110 Band II

CRN 20536 M

1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150

CRN 20686 CRN 20687 CRN 20688

MUS 138 Applied Music Brass IV

CRN 20689 CRN 20690 CRN 20691

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MUS 139 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion I

MUS 160 Applied Music Electronic Bass II

MUS 140 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion II

MUS 161 Applied Music Electronic Bass III

MUS 141 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion III

MUS 162 Applied Music Electronic Bass IV

MUS 142 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion IV

MUS 163 Applied Music Electronic Guitar I

MUS 143 Applied Music Strings I

MUS 164 Applied Music Electronic Guitar II

MUS 143 Applied Music Strings I

MUS 165 Applied Music Electronic Guitar III

CRN 20692

CRN 20770

CRN 20693

CRN 20773

CRN 20694

CRN 20774

CRN 20695

CRN 20775

CRN 20698

CRN 20781

CRN 20995 CRN 20701

CRN 20782

MUS 166 Applied Music Electronic Guitar IV

MUS 144 Applied Music Strings II

CRN 20785

CRN 20735 CRN 20736 CRN 20737

MUS 167 Applied Music Compostion I

CRN 20799

MUS 168 Applied Music Compostion II

MUS 145 Applied Music Strings III

CRN 20800

CRN 20738 CRN 20739 CRN 20742

MUS 169 Applied Music Compostion III

CRN 20801

MUS 170 Applied Music Compostion IV

MUS 146 Applied Music Strings IV

CRN 20802

CRN 20743 CRN 20744 CRN 20745

MUS 171 Applied Music Improv I

CRN 20803

MUS 147 Applied Music Keyboard I

MUS 172 Applied Music Improv II

CRN 20746 CRN 21376

CRN 20804

MUS 173 Applied Music Improv III

MUS 148 Applied Music Keyboard II

CRN 20805

CRN 20747 CRN 21377

MUS 174 Applied Music Improv IV

CRN 20806

MUS 149 Applied Music Keyboard III

MUS 187 Chamber Music Ensemble I

CRN 20748 CRN 21378

CRN 20807 W

MUS 150 Applied Music Keyboard IV

CRN 20808 W

CRN 20750 CRN 21379

CRN 20811 MW

1000 1120

MUS 202 Mus:Art of Listening II (GH, D)

CRN 20752

CRN 20813

MUS 152 Applied Music Voice II

MUS 204 Music Theory IV

CRN 20753

CRN 20822 MW

MUS 153 Applied Music Voice III

MUS 205 Chorus III

CRN 20755

CRN 21238 M

MUS 154 Applied Music Voice IV

MUS 206 Chorus IV

CRN 20756

CRN 21239 M

MUS 155 Applied Music Guitar I

MUS 207 A Cappella Singers III

CRN 20762

CRN 20839 T

MUS 156 Applied Music Guitar II

MUS 208 A Cappella Singers IV

CRN 20764

CRN 20840 T

MUS 157 Applied Music Guitar III

MUS 209 Band III

CRN 20765

CRN 20841 M

MUS 158 Applied Music Guitar IV

MUS 210 Band IV

CRN 20767

CRN 20842 M

MUS 159 Applied Music Electronic Bass I

MUS 211 Jazz Ensemble III

CRN 20768

THERE'S STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR FALL CLASSES!

1545 1835

MUS 202 Mus:Art of Listening II (GH, D)

MUS 151 Applied Music Voice I

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MUS 188 Chamber Music Ensemble II

CRN 20843 R

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1000 1120 1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150 1900 2150

ONLINE


CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES MUS 212 Jazz Ensemble IV CRN 20844 R

MUS 235 Applied Music Brass V

1900 2150

CRN 20903 CRN 20904 CRN 20905

MUS 215 Intro to Electronic Music CRN 20845 TR

MUS 216 World Music (H, D) CRN 20846 MW

1340 1535 1130 1250

MUS 216 World Music (H, D)

CRN 20847

MUS 216 World Music (H, D) CRN 21326 TR

MUS 236 Applied Music Brass VI

ONLINE

1340 1500

MUS 218 Vocal Jazz Ensemble III CRN 20848 W

1900 2150

MUS 218 Vocal Jazz Ensemble III CRN 21329 W

1900 2150

MUS 219 Vocal Jazz Ensemble IV CRN 20849 W

1900 2150

MUS 219 Vocal Jazz Ensemble IV CRN 21330 W

MUS 220 Orchestra III

CRN 21240 T

MUS 221 Orchestra IV

CRN 21241 T

CRN 20906 CRN 20907 CRN 20908

MUS 237 Applied Music Brass VII

CRN 20923 CRN 20924 CRN 20925

MUS 238 Applied Music Brass VIII

CRN 20926 CRN 20927 CRN 20928

MUS 239 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion V CRN 20929

1900 2150

MUS 240 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion VI

1830 2120

MUS 241 Applied Music: Drum Set/Percussion VII

1830 2120

MUS 242 Applied Music:Drum Set/Percussion VIII

MUS 222 Popular Music of the US (GH, D)

CRN 20865 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20866 F 1130 1420 CRN 20867 ONLINE CRN 20868 MW 1130 1250

MUS 223 Listening to Jazz (H, D)

CRN 20871 TR 1510 1630 CRN 20872 ONLINE

MUS 227 Applied Music Commercial Voice V CRN 20876

MUS 228 Applied Music Commercial Voice VI CRN 20877

MUS 229 Applied Music Commercial Voice VII CRN 20878

MUS 230 Applied Music Commercial Voice VIII CRN 20879

MUS 231 Applied Music Woodwinds V

CRN 20880 CRN 20881 CRN 20882

MUS 232 Applied Music Woodwinds VI

CRN 20883 CRN 20884 CRN 20885

MUS 233 Applied Music Woodwinds VII

CRN 20886 CRN 20898 CRN 20899

MUS 234 Applied Music Woodwinds VIII CRN 20900 CRN 20901 CRN 20902

CRN 20930 CRN 20931 CRN 20932

MUS 243 Applied Music Strings V

CRN 20933 CRN 20934 CRN 20935

MUS 244 Applied Music Strings VI

CRN 20936 CRN 20937 CRN 20938

MUS 245 Applied Music Strings VII

CRN 20939 CRN 20940 CRN 20941

MUS 246 Applied Music Strings VIII

CRN 20942 CRN 20943 CRN 20944

MUS 247 Applied Music Keyboard V

CRN 20945 CRN 21380

MUS 248 Applied Music Keyboard VI

CRN 20946 CRN 21381

MUS 249 Applied Music Keyboard VII

CRN 20947 CRN 21382

MUS 250 Applied Music Keyboard VIII

CRN 20948 CRN 21383

MUS 251 Applied Music Voice V

CRN 20949

MUS 252 Applied Music Voice VI

CRN 20950

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MUS 253 Applied Music Voice VII

Philosophy

MUS 254 Applied Music Voice VIII

PHIL 101 Intro to Philosophy (H)

CRN 20951

CRN 20132 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20133 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20134 T 1900 2150 CRN 20135 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20136 TR 0800 0920 CRN 21258 ONLINE

CRN 20952

MUS 255 Applied Music Guitar V

CRN 20953

MUS 256 Applied Music Guitar VI

CRN 20954

PHIL 200 Principles of Logic (H)

MUS 257 Applied Music Guitar VII

CRN 20137 MW CRN 20138 MW

CRN 20955

MUS 258 Applied Music Guitar VIII

1540 1700 1410 1530

PHIL 205 Ethics (H)

CRN 20956

CRN 20139 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20140 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20141 ONLINE CRN 21385 ONLINE

MUS 259 Applied Music Electronic Bass V CRN 20957

MUS 260 Applied Music Electronic Bass VI CRN 20958

PHIL 220 Bioethics (H)

MUS 261 Applied Music Electronic Bass VII

CRN 20142 MW CRN 20143 W

CRN 20959

MUS 262 Applied Music Electronic Bass VIII

PHIL 221 Business Ethics (H)

CRN 20960

CRN 20144 TR CRN 20145 TR CRN 21268 W

MUS 263 Applied Music Electronic Guitar V CRN 20961

1410 1530 1900 2150 1510 1630 1100 1220 1700 1830 HYBRID

MUS 264 Applied Music Electronic Guitar VI

PHIL 250 Philosophy of Religion (H)

MUS 265 Applied Music Electronic Guitar VII

Photography

CRN 20146 TR

CRN 20962 CRN 20963

0930 1050

PHOT 101 Black and White Photography I

MUS 266 Applied Music Electronic Guitar VIII

CRN 20312 W

CRN 20964

1830 2220

PHOT 102 Black and White Photography II

MUS 267 Applied Music Compostion V

CRN 20314 W

CRN 20965

PHOT 105 Photojournalism

MUS 268 Applied Music Compostion VI

CRN 20315 R

CRN 20966

PHOT 131 Digital Photography I

MUS 269 Applied Music Compostion VII

CRN 20316 M CRN 20317 W

CRN 20967

MUS 270 Applied Music Compostion VIII

1410 1800 1340 1730 1830 2220 0830 1220

PHOT 202 Alternative Photographic Processes

CRN 20968

CRN 20319 W

MUS 271 Applied Music Improv V

PHOT 206 Studio Lighting

CRN 20972

CRN 20320 R

MUS 272 Applied Music Improv VI

1410 1800 1340 1730

PHOT 209 History of Photography (H)

CRN 20974

CRN 20321 TR

MUS 273 Applied Music Improv VII

PHOT 231 Digital Imaging II

CRN 20975

CRN 20322 M

MUS 274 Applied Music Improv VIII

0930 1050 1830 2220

Religion

CRN 20977

MUS 275 Applied Music Keyboard Theory

RELG 210 Comparative Religion (H, D)

CRN 20978

CRN 20149 M

1900 2150

MUS 287 Chamber Music Ensemble III

Theater

MUS 288 Chamber Music Ensemble IV

THEA 101 Introduction to Theatre (H)

CRN 20979 W CRN 20981 W

1545 1835 1545 1835

CRN 20278 ONLINE CRN 20279 TR 1340 1500

THEA 102 Acting I

CRN 20281 MW

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CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES THEA 103 Acting II

CRN 20283 MW

THEA 105 Stagecraft II

CRN 21403 TR

Economics

1050 1245

ECON 101 Macroeconomics (B)

CRN 20535 W 1830 2120 CRN 20531 ONLINE CRN 20528 ONLINE CRN 20532 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20533 TR 0930 1050 HONORS CRN 20534 TR 1340 1500

1545 1735

THEA 201 Fund of Play Directing CRN 20285 TR

THEA 202 Scene Design

CRN 21184 TR

1100 1220 1545 1735

ECON 102 Microeconomics (B)

THEA 223 Makeup for the Performer

CRN 21324 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20538 ONLINE CRN 20537 ONLINE CRN 20559 R 1900 2150 CRN 20558 MW 1130 1250

CRN 20287

THEA 279 Theatre Workshop I

CRN 20288

THEA 280 Theatre Workshop II

CRN 20289

Education

THEA 281 Theatre Workshop III

CRN 20290

VPA

201 Visual & Perf Arts Survy (H, D) CRN 21161

EDUC 101 Intro to Education CRN 20596 TR

ONLINE

CRN 20600 CRN 20599 MW 0830 0950

BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES CRN 21322

CRN 20604 ONLINE CRN 20603 MW 1000 1120

EDUC 108 Classroom Management

CRN 20605

ONLINE

ANTH 102 Intro to Cultural Anth (B, D) CRN 20473 TR

1800 2050 T2

ANTH 193 Independent Study: Anthropology CRN 21181

CRN 20476 TR 1100 1220 CRN 21212 R 1900 2150 CRN 20474 ONLINE

CJ

103 Intro to Corrections

CJ

104 Procedural Law & Evidence

CJ

109 Police Org & Administration

CJ

111 Prin of Criminal Law

CJ

201 Police-Community Relations

CRN 20479 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20478 ONLINE

CRN 20483 TR CRN 20484 TR CRN 20485 M CRN 21323

CRN 21193

ONLINE ONLINE

EDUC 113 Intro to Early Childhood Education CRN 20607 R

1830 2120

CRN 20614

101 Intro to Criminal Justice

CRN 20482 T

EDUC 110 Infant & Toddler Curriculum

EDUC 201 Field Placement I

Criminal Justice CJ

ONLINE

EDUC 104 Materials & Curriculum Early Childhood

Anthropology

ANTH 101 Intro Phys Anthro & Arch (B, D)

0800 0920

EDUC 103 The Young Child

1730 2020 0930 1050 1340 1500 1900 2150

TR

1340 1500

CRN 20486 W

1900 2150

CJ

213 Criminology

CJ

283 Field Practicum Criminal Justice

CRN 20487

EDUC 202 Field Placement II

CRN 20616

EDUC 206 Literacy in Content Area: I

CRN 20617

ONLINE/T2

EDUC 207 Processes & Acquisition of Reading

CRN 20619 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20620 ONLINE

EDUC 208 Avenues to Children's Literacy CRN 20621

EDUC 210 Child with Behavior Challenges CRN 20631

ONLINE ONLINE

EDUC 217 Intro to Special Education

CRN 20634 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20633 ONLINE

EDUC 218 Exploring Teaching Next Career CRN 20635

EDUC 219 Everyday Classroom Assessment CRN 20637

ONLINE ONLINE

Exercise Science EXSC 101 Intro to Exercise Science CRN 21401 MW

1130 1250

EXSC 201 Fitness Assess & Program Design CRN 21353

MW

1000 1120

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Geography

PE

133 Aqua Yoga

GEOG 101 Physical Geography (B)

PE

134 Cross Training for Fitness

PE

135 Indoor Cycling

PE

136 Cardiovascular Fitness

PE

138 Jogging

PE

154 Hatha Yoga

PE

155 Matwork Pilates

PE

178 Dance Movement

PE

228 Weight Training

PE

229 Advanced Weight Training

PE

230 Fitness Walking

CRN 20562 ONLINE CRN 20566 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20563 MW 1410 1530

GEOG 103 World Regional Geography (B, D)

CRN 20568 ONLINE CRN 20624 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20611 MW 1000 1120

GEOG 204 Intro to Geographic Info System CRN 20626 TR

1340 1600

Health HLTH 101 Contemporary Health Issues (I)

CRN 21048 ONLINE CRN 21047 ONLINE CRN 21045 TR 1100 1220 CRN 21044 TR 0930 1050

HLTH 102 EMC, First Aid, and Safety CRN 21050 T CRN 21319 T

0930 1050 HYBRID/T1 0930 1050 HYBRID/T2

HLTH 103 Wellness Theory & Application (I) CRN 21409 TR

1340 1500

HLTH 104 Environmental Health (I)

CRN 21053

ONLINE

HLTH 106 Nutrition Personal Wellness (I)

CRN 21056 TR 0800 0920 CRN 21055 ONLINE

HLTH 107 Stress Management

CRN 21400 MW 0830 0950 CRN 21058 ONLINE

HLTH 201 Human Sexuality (D)

CRN 21059

HLTH 202 Health Behavior

CRN 21354

HLTH 203 The U.S. Health Care System (B) CRN 21273

ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

HLTH 281 Field Placement in Comm Health Program CRN 21407

Physical Education PE

101 Beginning Tennis

PE

102 Intermediate Tennis

PE

104 Beginning Bowling

PE

130 Hiking

PE

131 Beginning Badminton

100 |

CRN 21061 S CRN 21062 S

CRN 21064 R CRN 21063 R

0750 1030 T2 0750 1030 T2 0800 1040 T2 0800 1040 T1

CRN 21263 CRN 21066 F 1400 1640 CRN 21169 CRN 21262 CRN 21065 F 1100 1340 CRN 21068 TR CRN 21067 TR

ONLINE T2 ONLINE ONLINE T2

CRN 21069 MW CRN 21070 MW

CRN 21075 MW CRN 21076 MW

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CRN 21085 CRN 21084 CRN 21083 CRN 21082 CRN 21080 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21079 MW 0830 0950 CRN 21086 CRN 21074 CRN 21073 CRN 21266 CRN 21265 CRN 21264

CRN 21095 CRN 21092 CRN 21093 CRN 21094

MW MW MW MW

CRN 21096 TR CRN 21097 TR CRN 21098 TR CRN 21099 TR

CRN 21104 CRN 21103 CRN 21355 CRN 21105

TR MW TR MW

CRN 21106 MW CRN 21107 MW

1130 1000 1130 1000

1250 1120 1250 1120

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ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE T1 T2 ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE T2 T1 T1 T2

0930 1050 T1 0930 1050 T2 1100 1220 T2 1100 1220 T1 1940 2010 1940 2010

2100 2130 2100 2130

T1 T1 T2 T2

0830 0950 T1 0830 0950 T2

CRN 21368 CRN 21369 CRN 21416 CRN 21417 CRN 21108 CRN 21109 CRN 21110 CRN 21111 CRN 21112 CRN 21113 CRN 21114 CRN 21115 CRN 21116 CRN 21117 TR 1640 1800 CRN 21267 MW 1540 1700 CRN 21289 CRN 21356 MW 1000 1120

1100 1220 T2 1100 1220 T1

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ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE T2 T1 ONLINE T2


CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES Paralegal PL

101 Introduction to Law (B)

PL

105 Legal Research

PL

122 Torts and Insurance

PL

124 Civil Litigation & Procedure

PL

242 Real Estate Transactions

PL

248 Internship Paralegal Studies

CRN 20997 TR CRN 20909 T CRN 20998 M

CRN 20999 TR CRN 20910 TR

0930 1050 1800 2050 1830 2120 1100 1220

PSY

207 Educational Psychology

PSY

208 Alcohol/Drugs: Impact on Behavior

PSY

209 Social Psychology (D)

PSY

212 The Helping Relationship

PSY

214 Human Dev Across Life Span

PSY

216 Adolescent Psychology

1510 1630

CRN 21000

Political Science PS

101 American National Government (B)

CRN 21001 ONLINE CRN 21002 TR 0930 1050

CRN 21028 T CRN 21027 TR CRN 21024 M

1900 2150 1340 1500 1900 2150

CRN 21025 CRN 21034 TR

1510 1630

CRN 21039 MW 1540 1700 CRN 21038 MW 1410 1530 CRN 21037 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21036 ONLINE CRN 21042 T 1900 2150 CRN 21041 TR 1100 1220 CRN 21029 ONLINE CRN 21040 TR 0930 1050 CRN 21043 MW

1130 1250

PS

101 American National Government (Honors) (B)

Sociology

PS

102 State & Local Government (B)

SOC

101 Intro to Sociology (B, D)

PS

106 Introduction to Law (B)

PS

201 Intro International Relations (B)

PS

283 Internship in Political Science

SOC

101 Intro to Sociology (B, D) (continued)

CRN 21003 M

CRN 21004 MW CRN 21005 TR

1130 1250 HYBRID 0830 0950 0930 1050

CRN 21006 MW 1410 1530 CRN 21415 ONLINE CRN 21331

Psychology PSY

PSY

101 General Psychology (B)

CRN 21010 MW 0830 0950 CRN 21009 ONLINE CRN 21012 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21013 MW 1130 1250 CRN 21014 MW 1130 1250 CRN 21015 MW 1410 1530 CRN 21016 MW 1540 1700 CRN 21017 TR 0800 0920 CRN 21018 TR 0930 1050 CRN 21019 TR 1100 1220 CRN 21011 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21008 ONLINE CRN 21231 ONLINE/T2

101 General Psychology (B) CRN 21033 CRN 21032 CRN 21031 CRN 21030

W MW TR TR

PSY

105 Human Relations

PSY

202 Child Psychology

PSY

CRN 21035 MW

1800 1710 1340 1100

2050 1830 1500 1220

1130 1250

CRN 21021 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21020 ONLINE

204 Abnormal Psychology CRN 21022 MW CRN 21023 TR

1410 1530 1640 1800

CRN 21352 CRN 21177 CRN 21135 CRN 21134 CRN 21133 CRN 21132 CRN 21131 CRN 21130 CRN 21129 CRN 21128 CRN 21127

TR W R T TR TR TR TR MW MW MW

1100 1730 1900 1730 1640 1340 0930 0930 1410 1410 1130

1220 1910 HYBRID 2150 2020 1800 1500 1050 1050 1530 1530 1250

CRN 21214 S 1000 1250 CRN 21396 M 1800 2050 CRN 21121 CRN 21122 CRN 21123 MW 0830 0950 CRN 21124 MW 0830 0950 CRN 21125 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21126 MW 1130 1250

SOC

102 Social Problems (B, D)

SOC

200 Introduction to Social Work

SOC

201 Marriage and the Family (B, D)

SOC

212 Race, Class & Gender-US (GB, D)

T1 ONLINE ONLINE

HONORS

CRN 21138 TR 1100 1220 CRN 21137 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21136 ONLINE CRN 21139 TR 1800 2050 T1 CRN 21140 TR

0930 1050

CRN 21141 ONLINE CRN 21156 MW 1410 1530 CRN 21195

SOC 213 Criminology CRN 21157

SOC

ONLINE

TR

1340 1500

W

1900 2150

214 Juvenile Delinquency CRN 21158

TR

1100 1220

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND APPLIED TECHNOLOGY Accounting

ACCT 101 Accounting Principles I

CRN 21142 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20208 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20209 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20210 T 1900 2150 CRN 20211 ONLINE CRN 20212 ONLINE CRN 20204 MW 1410 1530

BA

109 Principles of Management

BA

110 Intro to Entrepreneurship

BA

115 Employee Relations

BA

116 Employee Training and Development

BA

117 Strategic Human Capital Mgmt

BA

203 Principles of Marketing

ACCT 102 Accounting Principles II

CRN 20214 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20213 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20216 TR 1340 1500 CRN 21228 ONLINE CRN 20218 ONLINE CRN 20215 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20217 ONLINE

ACCT 108 Computerized Accounting

CRN 21185

ACCT 205 Auditing

CRN 20220

ACCT 208 Managerial Accounting

CRN 20221

210 Business Computer Applications

BA

212 Internet Research

BA

245 Contemporary Issues in Business

BA

246 Legal Environment of Business

ONLINE

CRN 20228 MW 1130 1250 CRN 21218 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20226 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20225 ONLINE CRN 20223 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20222 MW 1410 1530 CRN 21221 ONLINE CRN 20227 M 1900 2150 CRN 20236 ONLINE CRN 20235 MW 1000 1120

BA

104 Advertising & Sales Promotion

BA

105 Professional Selling

BA

108 Human Resource Management

CRN 20240 T

CRN 20242

CRN 20272 T 1900 2150 HYBRID CRN 21232 ONLINE CRN 20273

CRN 20276 ONLINE CRN 20274 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20275 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20277 CRN 20280 M

ONLINE

1830 2030 HYBRID

CRN 21275 MW 1000 1120 CRN 21306 ONLINE CRN 20294 R 1900 2150 HYBRID CRN 20295 ONLINE CRN 20296 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20297 TR 0800 0920

CADD 101 Introduction to CADD CRN 20299 M CRN 20298 R

CADD 102 Intermediate CADD CRN 20300 R

ONLINE

1800 2150 1340 1730 1800 2150

CADD 252 Customizing AutoCAD CRN 20301 T

CRN 20302

CADD 263 Special Topics: Revit II

CRN 20303

ONLINE

CRN 20304 W

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CADD 260 AutoLISP for AutoCAD

ONLINE

CADD 265 Solidworks

102 |

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CADD

0930 1050

CRN 20241

ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

BA

101 Introduction to Business (I)

CRN 20239

HYBRID

ONLINE

1900 2150 HYBRID

103 Public Relations

CRN 21406 R 1500 1730 CRN 21171 TR 1100 1220 CRN 21222 CRN 21225 CRN 21226 CRN 21227 CRN 21305 CRN 21304 CRN 20271 CRN 20270

ONLINE

206 Entrepreneurship and Small Business

1830 1930 HYBRID

BA

CRN 20269

ONLINE

BA

Business BA

CRN 20248

ONLINE

ONLINE

ACCT 212 Intermediate Accounting II CRN 21307 M

CRN 20247

ONLINE ONLINE

205 Business Law

ACCT 210 Capstone-Cert Bookkeeper Prep CRN 21233 M

CRN 20245 CRN 20246

BA

CRN 20219 ONLINE CRN 21299 W 1900 2020 HYBRID

ACCT 204 Tax Accounting II

CRN 20244 ONLINE CRN 20243 TR 0930 1050

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ONLINE ONLINE


CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES Computer Information Systems CIS

CIS

CRN 20310 TR 1510 1630 CRN 20353 R 1830 2120 CRN 20309 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20350 CRN 20308 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20307 TR 0930 1050 CRN 21243 CRN 21242 W 1800 2050 CRN 21186 CRN 21170 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20311 CRN 20349 CRN 20306 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20305 MW 1000 1120

104 Computer Operating Systems

CRN 21362 MW 1840 2000 CRN 21245 CRN 20356 R 1830 2120 CRN 20355 T 1640 1800 CRN 20354 MW 1540 1700

110 Intro to UNIX/Linux

CIS

111 Programming I: C/C++

CIS

114 Intro to Computer User Support

CIS

115 Fundamentals of Programming

CIS

211 MS Windows Server Operating System

CIS

214 Programming II: Java

ONLINE

CIS

217 Intro to Web Programming

ONLINE

CIS

221 Programming II: C/C++

ONLINE ONLINE

CIS

229 Python Programming Language

102 Intro to Information Science (I)

CIS

CIS

CIS

CRN 20357 R

ONLINE

HYBRID ONLINE HYBRID HYBRID

ONLINE

CRN 20361 ONLINE CRN 20363 M 1900 2150 HYBRID CRN 20360 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20362 R 1640 1800 HYBRID

119 Programming I: Java

CRN 21167 ONLINE CRN 20364 TR 1340 1535 HYBRID

CRN 21247 CRN 20367 R 1830 2120 CRN 20366 CRN 20365 W 1410 1530

CIS

136 Intro to Internet Technologies

CIS

145 Introduction to Excel

CIS

162 Database Mgmt in Healthcare

CIS

201 Assembly Programming Language

CIS

203 Computer Systems & Procedures

CIS

210 Fundamentals of Network Security

CRN 20503 CRN 20504 CRN 21311 CRN 20505 T

CRN 20513 CRN 20514 MW CRN 20515 M

ONLINE

1410 1530 1900 2150 HYBRID

ENGT 101 Intro to Engineering Tech CRN 20659 T

ENGT 102 Blueprint Reading CRN 20660 T

ONLINE HYBRID ONLINE HYBRID ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

CRN 20661 R

1830 2120 1720 1820 HYBRID

CRN 21249 MW

1410 1530

ENGT 106 Intro to Additive Manufacturing CRN 21256 T

1800 2050

ENGT 107 Principles of Hydraulics & Pneumatics CRN 20669 T

1830 2120

ENGT 108 Introduction to Electronics CRN 21373

TR

1340 1630

ENGT 109 LabVIEW Fundamentals CRN 20671 W

1800 2050

ENGT 110 3D Printing for Additive Manufacturing CRN 21372

W

1800 2050

ENGT 223 Principles of Mechanics CRN 20674 R

1800 2050 HYBRID

ENGT 224 Quality Assurance for Technicians CRN 21250 W

1800 2050

Finance FIN

100 Personal Finance

CRN 21166

ONLINE

Information Systems Security ISS

105 Intro to Cybersecurity (GI)

ISS

111 Cisco 1

ONLINE

CRN 21363 MW 2010 2130 HYBRID CRN 20508 T 1830 2120 HYBRID CRN 20507 ONLINE

1800 2000

ENGT 105 Electrical Control Systems

1800 2000

CRN 20506

CRN 20511 TR 1545 1730 HYBRID CRN 20512 ONLINE

ENGT 103 Introduction to 3D Printing

1830 2120 HYBRID

135 Introduction to Networks

HYBRID ONLINE HYBRID HYBRID

Engineering Technology

1830 2120 HYBRID

CRN 21246 CRN 21244 T

HYBRID

CRN 21364 MW 1710 1830 CRN 21248 CRN 20509 M 1830 2120 CRN 20510 T 1830 2120

CRN 20521 ONLINE CRN 20523 T 1830 2120 HYBRID CRN 21168 TR 1510 1630 CRN 21252 W 1800 2050 CRN 21404 T 1500 1730 HYBRID CRN 21253 CRN 21365 MW 1840 2220 CRN 20525 TR 1800 2050 CRN 20524 MW 1410 1700

ONLINE HYBRID HYBRID HYBRID

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ISS

ISS ISS

112 Cisco 2

MAS 126 Medical Billing

CRN 20527 TR 1800 2050 HYBRID CRN 21309 ONLINE CRN 20526 MW 1410 1700 HYBRID

CRN 20100 CRN 20101

213 Cisco 3

CRN 20103

CRN 20106

CRN 20544 TR 1340 1630 HYBRID CRN 20542 ONLINE

ISS

221 Network Defense & Countermeasures

ISS

222 Computer Forensics

CRN 20545

ONLINE

CRN 20111 CRN 20112 CRN 20113 CRN 20114

113 Inter Keyboarding & Document Processing

OS

116 Communication Technologies

OS

129 Intro to Office Procedures & Management

OS

135 Medical Office Systems

OS

140 Fundamentals of Healthcare

OS

214 Advanced Keyboarding & Document Processing

OS

245 End User Technology Solutions

CRN 20115 CRN 20116

ONLINE

CRN 21412

CRN 20117 CRN 20118

CRN 20121 CRN 20122

ONLINE

MW

900

MAS 124 Clinical Medical Assisting II CRN 20097

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TR

1800

1200 915

M M

830 1100

CRN 20129 CRN 21359

ONLINE

NURS 212 Leadership in Nursing

MW MW

830 1110

NURS 220 Maternal-Newborn Nursing CRN 20123 CRN 20124

R R

NURS 230 Pediatric Nursing ONLINE ONLINE

CRN 20127 CRN 20128

1120 HYBRID/T1 2050 HYBRID/T2 1250 T1 2220 T1

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T1 T2 T1 T2

1300 1300 1300 1300 1105 1350 1350 1105

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ONLINE ONLINE

1020 1250 1020 1300

CRN 20125 CRN 20126 CRN 20996

MAS 120 Medical Assisting Fundamentals

CRN 20095

F F

NURS 211 Medical-Surgical Nursing III

Medical Assisting

MAS 122 Clinical Medical Assisting I

915 1200

ONLINE

CRN 20089 CRN 20090

830 1800

F F

NURS 210 Medical-Surgical Nursing II

ONLINE

101 Medical Terminology & Ethics

F R

1110 1110 1110 1110

CRN 20119 CRN 20120

Allied Health Sciences

CRN 20093 CRN 20094

MW MW MW MW

NURS 112 Contemporary Issues in Nursing

NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS AHS

1150

random

NURS 110 Mental Health Nursing

1900 2130 HYBRID

CRN 20709

1150

random

NURS 105 Medical/Surgical Nursing I

ONLINE

1900 2130 HYBRID

CRN 20708

800

NURS 101 Fundamentals of Nursing

OS

CRN 20707

800

Nursing

100 Keyboarding Basics

CRN 20706 M

TR

CRN 20108

OS

CRN 20705 R

TR

CRN 20107

Office Systems

CRN 20704

2050

MAS 210 Medical Assisting Practicum

1830 2120 HYBRID

CRN 20703

1800

MAS 210 Medical Assisting Practicum

CRN 20591 ONLINE CRN 21255 W 1800 2020 HYBRID CRN 20595 R

1950

MAS 202 Pharmacology for Medical Assisting

214 Cisco 4

220 Strategic Infrastructure Security

M

1800

MAS 200 Laboratory Procedures for Med Asst

CRN 20529 ONLINE CRN 20530 TR 1340 1630 HYBRID

ISS

W

MAS 127 Medical Coding

1030 1330

1220 1520

1330 1030

1520 1220

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SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH

BIO

203 Anatomy and Physiology I (L)

BIO

204 Anatomy and Physiology II (L)

BIO

205 Microbiology (GL)

BIO

208 Genetics

BIO

210 Nutrition (S)

These courses also require lab time. See online Credit Schedule of Classes before registering: www.harford.edu/credit  stronomy A

ASTR 151 Astronomy (S*)

CRN 20003 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20005 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20004 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20001 TR 0930 1050 CRN 20002 ONLINE

ASTR 152 Sky & Telescope Lab (L*) CRN 20007 W CRN 20010 T CRN 21345 T

1410 1600 1940 2130 0930 1120

 iology B

BIO

100 Fundamentals of Biology (L)

CRN 20011 W 0830 1120 CRN 20019 ONLINE CRN 20018 ONLINE CRN 20017 ONLINE CRN 20016 TR 1640 1800 CRN 20015 MW 1540 1700 CRN 20014 TR 1100 1220 CRN 20013 TR 1100 1220

BIO

108 Human Body in Health & Disease (S*)

BIO

109 Human Genetics (S)

BIO

110 Intro to Plant Sciences (L)

BIO

116 Humn Body Health Disease Lab (L*)

BIO

119 Biology for Health Prof (L)

BIO

BIO

CRN 20021 ONLINE CRN 20022 MW 1410 1530 CRN 20024 CRN 20025 MW CRN 20027 F

CRN 21271 CRN 20332 CRN 20331 CRN 20330 CRN 21367 CRN 20329

TR MW R TR MW MW

120 General Biology (L) CRN 20338 CRN 20337 CRN 20333 CRN 20334 CRN 20336

MW TR TR TR TR

121 General Biology II (L) CRN 20347 MW CRN 20348 TR

ONLINE

1410 1530 1130 1320

1810 1710 1340 0930 1300 1130

1930 1830 1630 HYBRID 1050 1420 1250

0830 1510 0800 0800 1510

0950 1630 0920 0920 1630

CRN 20385 CRN 20380 CRN 20396 CRN 20368 CRN 20392 CRN 20394 CRN 20376

CRN 20401 CRN 20859 CRN 20857 CRN 20400 CRN 20429 CRN 20435 CRN 20437 CRN 20434 CRN 20432 CRN 20431

TR F TR MW TR TR MW

MW MW MW MW MW TR MW TR TR MW

CRN 21360 MW

1100 0830 1810 0830 1100 1810 0830

1220 1120 HYBRID 1930 0950 1220 1930 0950

1130 1710 1710 1130 0830

1250 1830 1830 1250 0950

0930 1840 0800 1510 0830

1050 2000 0920 1630 0950

1130 1250

CRN 20438 ONLINE CRN 20440 ONLINE CRN 20439 MW 1410 1530

 hemistry C

CHEM 010 Preparatory Chemistry

CRN 20445 S 0900 1145 CRN 20444 ONLINE CRN 20443 TR 1810 1930 CRN 20442 TR 0800 0920

CHEM 100 Chem for Changing Times (L)

CRN 20446

CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (L) CRN 20450 CRN 20449 CRN 20448 CRN 20447 CRN 20452

TR TR MW MW TR

0930 0930 0830 0830 1730

ONLINE

1050 1050 0950 0950 1850

CHEM 112 General Chemistry IIA (L) CRN 20456 TR CRN 20457 TR CRN 20458 MW

0800 0920 0800 0920 0830 0950

CHEM 135 Chemistry for Engineers CRN 20460 MW

CHEM 207 Organic Chemistry I CRN 20461 TR

CHEM 208 Organic Chemistry II CRN 20462 TR CRN 20463 MW

0830 0950 0800 0920 1340 1500 1410 1530

1130 1250 1510 1630

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Computer Science

Math: Transitional

CSI

MATH 014 Intensive Review of Intermediate Algebra

CSI

131 Computer Science I

CRN 20517 ONLINE CRN 20518 MW 1700 1850

132 Computer Science II

CRN 20519

CRN 20548 MW

MATH 020 Pre-Algebra I

CRN 21337 S CRN 21341 TR CRN 21340 MW

ONLINE

Engineering

MATH 021 Pre-Algebra II CRN 21257 CRN 21026 CRN 20571 CRN 20574 CRN 20583 CRN 20579

ENGR 103 Intro to Engineering Design CRN 20481 TR CRN 20480 MW

ENGR 104 Statics

CRN 20488 MW

ENGR 202 Mech of Materials

CRN 20490 MW

1710 2005 0830 1120 0830 0950

MATH 022 Liberal Arts Track I

1000 1120

CRN 20601 CRN 20602 CRN 20613 CRN 20623 CRN 20622 CRN 21339

ENGR 232 Engineering Thermodynamics CRN 20493 TR

1100 1220

 nvironmental Science E

ENV

111 Intro to Environmental Science (S)

112 Environmental Science Lab (L*)

ENV

220 Principles Environmental Analysis I

CRN 20497 M CRN 20499 T

MATH 024 STEM Track I

0930 1220

CRN 20672 MW CRN 20666 MW CRN 20668 TR

 arth Science E

105 Earth Science (S*)

ES

106 Earth Science Laboratory (L*)

ES

107 Earth and Space Science

MATH 025 STEM Track II

CRN 21163 ONLINE CRN 20557 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20556 ONLINE CRN 20501 ONLINE

CRN 20711 MW CRN 20680 TR CRN 20677 S

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101 Basic Forensics Science Lab (L*)

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1000 1200 0800 1000 0930 1130 0800 1000 0930 1130 0900 1310

CRN 20754 S 0900 1310 CRN 20751 ONLINE CRN 20749 MW 1840 2040 CRN 20740 MW 0930 1120 CRN 20741 MW 1130 1320

CRN 21300 ONLINE CRN 20465 T 1510 1630 HYBRID CRN 20467 W 1900 2150 CRN 20468 T

1210 2040 2010 1200 2040 1310

MATH 027 STAT Track Mathematics

Forensic Science 100 Basic Forensic Science (S)

1010 1840 1810 1000 1840 0900

CRN 20715 S 0900 1310 CRN 20716 TR 0930 1130 CRN 20720 ONLINE CRN 20717 TR 1810 2010

1610 1830

FS

2010 1610 1210 1610 1130 2040

MATH 026 STEM Track III

CRN 21351 T 1510 1700 CRN 20561 ONLINE CRN 20577 MW

1810 1410 1010 1410 0930 1840

CRN 20642 MW 0800 1000 CRN 20643 ONLINE CRN 20647 S 0900 1310 CRN 20649 MW 1010 1210 CRN 20650 MW 1840 2040

1130 1250

ES

MW MW TR MW MW S

0900 1310 1810 2010 0800 1000

MATH 023 Liberal Arts Track II

CRN 20496 ONLINE CRN 20494 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20495 MW 1410 1530

ENV

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MATH 216 Intro to Statistics (M)

CRN 21180 CRN 20862 TR 0800 0950 CRN 20833 MW 0800 0950 CRN 20834 T 1730 1915 CRN 20835 MW 1050 1240 CRN 20836 MW 0800 0950 CRN 20837 TR 1410 1600 CRN 20838 S 0900 1310 CRN 20850 MW 1000 1150 CRN 20851 MW 1050 1240 CRN 20852 MW 1340 1530 CRN 20854 CRN 20855 CRN 20856 TR 1340 1530 CRN 20858 MW 1830 2020 CRN 20860 TR 1640 1830 CRN 20861 TR 0900 1050

MATH 101 College Algebra (M)

CRN 20766 MW 1130 1250 CRN 20763 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20761 ONLINE CRN 20760 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20772 W 1845 2130 CRN 20758 MW 1410 1530 CRN 20757 MW 1000 1120 CRN 20555 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20759 TR 0930 1050

MATH 102 Contemporary Mathematics (M)

CRN 21405 ONLINE CRN 20776 MW 0830 0950 CRN 20777 TR 0800 0920 CRN 20778 MW 1410 1530 CRN 20779 TR 1340 1500 CRN 20786 ONLINE

MATH 103 Trigonometry (M) CRN 20791 CRN 21408 CRN 21410 CRN 20790

TR MW MW TR

1610 1540 1000 0930

1730 1700 1120 1050

MATH 109 Precalculus Mathematics (M) CRN 20795 TR CRN 20794 MW CRN 20792 MW

1340 1530 1000 1150 0800 0950

MATH 217 Linear Algebra

CRN 20863 TR

MATH 225 Numerical Methods CRN 21411

1100 1250 1730 1920 HYBRID

MATH 203 Calculus I (M)

CRN 20814 TR 1340 1530 CRN 20815 ONLINE CRN 20812 MW 0800 0950 CRN 20810 MW 1410 1600

MATH 204 Calculus II (M)

CRN 20819 TR CRN 20820 MW CRN 20821 MW

MATH 206 Calculus III

CRN 20823 MW

0930 1120 1410 1600 1840 2030 1410 1600

CRN 20825 MW CRN 20826 TR

CRN 20648 MW

MATH 211 Elements of Geometry (M) CRN 20827 MW CRN 20828 MW

1410 1600 1540 1730

ONLINE ONLINE

1510 1700 1340 1500

0830 0950

PHYS 102 Introductory Physics II (L) CRN 20702 TR CRN 20722 MW

0800 0920 1840 2000

PHYS 200 General Physics I Lab (L) CRN 20725 W

1410 1700

PHYS 203 Gen Phys: Mechanics and Particle Dynamic (S) CRN 20729 MW

1000 1120

PHYS 204 Gen Phys: Vibr, Wave, Heat, Elec and Magt (L) CRN 20730 TR

0800 0920

PHYS 205 Gen Phys: Elec, Light Rel, MPhy CRN 20733 TR

1640 1800

Physical Science SCI

105 Phys Science I (S*)

SCI

106 Phys Science Lab: Matter (L*)

0830 0950 1100 1220

HONORS

PHYS 101 Introductory Physics I (L)

MATH 208 Elementary Differential Equations MATH 210 Discrete Structures

HYBRID

Physics

MATH 131 Concepts in Mathematics I CRN 20732 MW CRN 20734 T

TR

ONLINE

CRN 20630 S CRN 20632 TR CRN 21343 MW CRN 21342 M CRN 20639 S CRN 20641 R

0900 1150 1810 1930 1410 1530 1540 1730 1200 1350 1940 2130

MATH 212 Calculus with Applications (M)

CRN 20830 TR 1810 1930 CRN 20832 ONLINE CRN 20829 MW 1130 1250

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Accounting Certificate CPA Exam Qualification Lower-Level Certificate Photography Certificate Biotechnology Certificate Business Administration Lower-Level Certificate Business Management Certificate - Admin Professions Business Management Certificate - Agribusiness Business Management Certificate - Entrepreneurship Business Management Certificate - Human Resources Business Management Certificate - Marketing Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Certificate Computer Information Systems Certificate - Programming Computer Information Systems Certificate - Software Computer Information Systems Certificate - Unix Cyber Defense Certificate Environmental Technology Certificate Health Information Technology Certificate Information Assurance and Cybersecurity Certificate Mass Communications - Production and Announcing in the Electronic Media Certificate Medical Assisting Certificate Medical Office Assistant Certificate Paralegal Studies Certificate

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