Issuu on Google+

Classes offered in Brockton, Canton Middleborough & Online

New Life Science Courses Offered in Middleborough Summer Science Programs for Kids & Teens and so much more!

Apply Online

Summer 2013 Credit, Non-Credit & Online Courses Days/Evenings/Weekends Degree & Certificate Programs

Transfer Credit Affordable Open Enrollment Workforce Training

TODAY! Summer I

Classes begin May 28

Summer II

Classes begin July 8

Visit us at www.massasoit.edu/summer Call Toll Free: 1-800-CAREERS or 508-588-9100 TDD (for hearing impaired only) 508-427-1240 Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Brockton, MA 02302-3996 Permit #493 ECRWSS Postal Patron


THE MISSION OF THE COLLEGE We at Massasoit Community College pride ourselves in our tradition of excellence and in our historic mission of accepting all who desire to learn. We are dedicated to creating a challenging and supportive environment where the members of our community can attain their educational and personal goals. We encourage all to take responsibility for their learning, to discover their potential, and to achieve their ambitions. Recognizing that our diversity is an important source of our strength, we respond to the needs of our community and expect that everyone at Massasoit respects the rights and affirms the dignity of all people. We strive to construct a safe and trustful environment where together we can engage in open dialogue.

Take advantage of Summer! Your future is closer than ever stop in to an Open House this spring! Middleborough - April 17, 2013 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Brockton - May 6, 2013 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Summer Session I starts May 28, 2013

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

BROCKTON • CANTON • MIDDLEBOROUGH

Pamerson O. Ifill, Chair David L. Phillips, Vice Chair Peter G. Asiaf, Jr., Secretary Anthony Simonelli, Asst. Secretary Heather Grace Hilton, Student Trustee James M. Barrows, Jr. Mary T. Brophy, M.D., M.P.H. Jeanne Martins Nelson G. Ross Judith C. Waterston

COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION President Dr. Charles Wall Senior Vice President and Vice President of Faculty and Instruction Dr. Barbara Finkelstein Vice President for Administration/CFO William A. Mitchell Vice President Student Services and Enrollment Management David Tracy Vice President of the Canton Campus Nick Palantzas Vice President of Human Resources Lisa Lowery Executive Director of External Relations and Special Assistant to the President Phillip Sheppard, Esq.

508-588-9100

For more information call 1-800-CAREERS or visit us @ www.massasoit.mass.edu

CONTACT US!

General Information

All extensions can be accessed by dialing 508-588-9100 or 781-821-2222 For a full directory go to www.massasoit.mass.edu BROCKTON CANTON 1801 Academic Resource Center (ARC) 2516 1411 Admissions 2114 1461 Advisement & Counseling 2117, 2468 1507 Business Office 1507 1152 Bookstore 2159 1860, 1861, 1862 Conference Center (Direct Line: 508-427-1224) 1360 Directions 1360 1805 Disability Services 2132 1311 Evening Services 2677 1479 Financial Aid 2008 1994 GED Testing Center 1941 Library 2942 1477, 1063 Military & Veterans Services 1302 Professional Development Center (PDC) 1302 1949 Registrar/Registration 2135 1695 Senior Center 1482 Student Life 2118 1991, 1992 Testing and Assessment 1234 Theatre (Box Office) 1509, 1307 Workforce Development & Community 2304 Education 1041 Campus Police 2142

Your call is important to us!

781-821-2222 •

www.massasoit.mass.edu 1


CONTENTS

BROCKTON CAMPUS

What’s H

T At Massasoit!

Course Listings (Credit).......................................................................6 Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Listings.......................19

Save the date...

CANTON CAMPUS

Course Listings (Credit)......................................................................15 Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Listings.........................20

14th Annual Massasoit Community College

The

Phia Group, LLC

Foundation Golf Classic Platinum Title Sponsor The Phia Group, LLC

®

MIDDLEBOROUGH CENTER

Course Listings (Credit)....................................................................17 Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Listings.......................20

Monday, May 20, 2013 ~ Thorny Lea Golf Club For more information call 508-588-9100, x2602

Academic Calendar.............................................................................2 Academic Information......................................................................2-3 Bookstore Hours..................................................................................5 ESL/ESOL..........................................................................3 Financial Information...........................................................................2 Library.............................................................................5 Online Learning...................................................................................4 Registration Form.............................................................................32 Registration Schedule.........................................................................3 Senior Summer Institute......................................................................3 Testing & Assessment..........................................................................3

5th Annual

MASSAS IT

Traditional and speciality activities

Sunday, May 19, 2013 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Rain or Shine

SUMMER SESSION I Tuesday, May 28, 2013 - Classes begin Wednesday, May 29, 2013 - Last day to add or drop a course without record Friday, June 7, 2013 - Required make-up for Memorial Day Thursday, June 13, 2013 - Last day to withdraw from a portion of a schedule Thursday, June 27, 2013 - Classes end

COST Fees

Tuition General College Fee Technology Fee Total per credit

MA Resident Cost per credit $ 24 $ 137 $ 8 $169

Non MA Resident Cost per credit $ 230 $ 137 $ 8 $375

To calculate the cost for credit courses: MA Resident: $169.00 x number of credit hours + course fees = Total course cost Example:

Fundamentals of Math, 3 credit hours $169 x 3 = $507

Biological Principles I, 4 credit hours + course fee* $169 x 4 = $676 + $30 = $706 Non- Resident: $375 x number of credit hours + course fees = Total course cost Example:

Fundamentals of Math, 3 credit hours $375 x 3 = $1125

Biological Principles I, 4 credit hours + course fee* $375 x 4 = $1500 + $30 = $1530 *Additional course fees apply to Science, Allied Health and On-line courses.

SUMMER SESSION II Monday, July 8, 2013 - Classes begin Tuesday, July 9, 2013 - Last day to add or drop a course without record Thursday, July 25, 2013 - Last day to withdraw from a portion of a schedule Thursday, August 8, 2013 - Classes end

508-588-9100 • 781-821-2222

For more information call Old Colony YMCA at 781-341-2016 x283.

For the most up-to-date information on What’s Hot go to www.massasoit.mass.edu

In an effort to support the Sustainability Task Force Committee in their initiative, we are proud to announce that this brochure is printed on 100% recycled paper.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

June 24 - August 9, 2013 Full and half day sessions

at the Canton Campus

STATEMENT OF PUBLICATION: This is an official publication of Massasoit Community College. Course offerings, dates, tuition, fees, and other information are subject to change at any time. The College reserves the right to add, withdraw, or revise any provision or requirement described herein. The information in this publication is provided solely for the convenience of the reader, and the College expressly disclaims any liability which may otherwise be incurred. This publication is neither a contract nor an offer to make a contract.

Massasoit Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, maternity leave, and national origin in its education programs or employment pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 151B and 151C, Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Americans with Disabilities Act, and regulations promulgated thereunder, 34 C.F.R. Part 100 (Title VI), Part 106 (Title IX) and Part 104 (Section 504). All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to the College’s Executive Officer for Institutional Diversity and Affirmative Action Officer, Joyce Zymaris, Brockton Campus, Administration Building A234, 508-588-9100, ext. 1304.

A Summer to Discover

YMCA Summer Enrichment Day Camp at Massasoit Canton

Note: Students enrolled in the Self Supporting Allied Health Programs pay an additional $123 per credit. Fees are subject to change without notice.

www.massasoit.mass.edu 2


REGISTRATION SCHEDULE Registration for Summer Session I is available April 1 - May 29*

*Mail-in and fax-in registration deadline for Summer Session I is Friday, May 17.

Registration for Summer Session II is available April 1 - July 9**

**Mail-in and fax-in registration deadline for Summer Session II is Friday, June 28. Current students can register online through their MyMassasoit account. New students register by: Mail: Registrar’s Office, 1 Massasoit Blvd., Brockton, MA 02302 Fax: 781-401-9804 Walk-in: Brockton, Canton or Middleborough Offices Registrar’s Office Hours: 8 am - 5 pm

Monday-Wednesday, 7/1-7/3 (closed 7/4 holiday) 5 pm - 7 pm Monday & Tuesday, 7/8 & 7/9; 5 pm - 7 pm For more information, contact us: Brockton Canton Middleborough Registrar’s Office Registrar’s Office Director’s Office Administration Bldg. First Floor Main Floor Room A240 781-821-2222, 508-588-9100, 508-588-9100, Ext. 2135 Ext. 4002 Ext. 1949 Visit our website: www.massasoit.mass.edu/registrar

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)* Brockton & Canton Campuses

Massasoit’s ESL courses are advanced college-level courses. Potential students whose first language is not English must be assessed for English as a Second Language rather than for Introduction to Writing, English Composition, or Preparing for College Reading. Students must register for an ESL evaluation. Students will be placed in College ESL courses, if appropriate. Students desiring financial aid assistance must be accepted into a program of study (matriculated), and carry at least 6 credits each semester. We recommend students apply at least 2 months in advance of the beginning of the semester, and earlier, whenever possible. Students not ready for Massasoit’s college-level ESL classes will be directed to alternative ESOL programs for further development of English skills. Please call extension 1790 to register for an ESL evaluation, or sign up online at: http://www.massasoit.mass.edu/acad/test_assess/test_esl.cfm *By appointment only on both campuses.

Brockton Campus Only Day Thursday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday Monday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday

Canton Campus Only Date March 7 March 18 May 15 June 20 July 17 August 6

The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education requires all students attending public colleges in Massachusetts to take a series of placement tests that assess skills in writing, reading, and mathematics. The tests are not evaluated in terms of passing or failing. Rather, the tests are used to decide which courses should be taken at the beginning of a student’s college career. It is further recommended that you consult Massasoit Community College’s course descriptions for any testing pre-requisites. Testing may be completed at any of our campuses/sites and would be accepted for all classes offered by Massasoit Community College. Coaching Sessions to prepare for the placement tests are offered for free to students applying to Massasoit Community College. To register for math, reading and writing sessions, go to www.massasoit.mass.edu and type in coaching sessions in the search box. You can register online on the testing page. To make an appointment for your free assessment in writing, reading, and/or mathematics you may log on to www.massasoit.mass.edu/ testing or contact the Student Assessment Office at 508-588-9100 extensions 1991 or 1992.

Extended Hours (Brockton & Canton only): Monday-Thursday, 5/20-5/23; 5 pm - 7 pm Tuesday & Wednesday, 5/28 & 5/29; 5 pm - 7 pm

Date March 21 March 27 April 8 April 16 April 25 May 1 May 14 May 20 May 23 May 28 June 6 June 24 July 10 July 23 July 31 August 12

ASSESSMENT INFORMATION & TEST SCHEDULE

Day Thursday Monday Wednesday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday

TESTING LOCATIONS BROCKTON CAMPUS

Lower level of Student Center Room SC190 (SCCC) Computer Lab One Massasoit Boulevard, Brockton, MA 02302

CANTON CAMPUS – Room 435 900 Randolph Street, Canton, MA 02021 MIDDLEBOROUGH CENTER – Room 102 49 Union Street, Middleboro, MA 02346

To test in Brockton, Canton or Middleborough go to www.massasoit.mass.edu/testing and select a date, time, and location that fits your schedule. A photo I.D. must be brought with you to testing. All testing begins promptly at the specified times. Students arriving late may be required to reschedule.

COACHING SESSIONS FOR ACCUPLACER TESTING Coaching sessions are designed to help students perform to the best of their ability on Massasoit’s placement exams. Each one-hour session offers strategies for taking the mathematics or reading test. The sessions will include practice materials and an overview of the courses students may place into per their test scores. Also, a brief review of essay-writing will be included in the reading session. This coaching is free to Massasoit students who may attend one or both of the subject-area sessions. For dates and times, or additional information, please call 508-588-9100 x1811 or email lsantini@massasoit.mass.edu.

SENIOR SUMMER INSTITUTE June 17 through June 20

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

“A Program of Intellectual Stimulation and Personal Enrichment” All Brockton ESL Testing is from 4:30-7:30 PM in Room 149, Student Center, lower level. All Canton ESL Testing is from 4:30-7:30 PM in Room 108, Administration Building. See pages 21, 22 and 25 for course descriptions and scheduled ESL classes.

Massasoit Community College, through its Senior Center, encourages older adults interested in educational, cultural, and social issues to participate in a special weeklong summer program. Each day includes academic classes and discussions, as well as experiential opportunities for integrated learning. Students may register in the Brockton or Canton Registrar’s Office beginning April 1, 2013. Mail applications will not be processed prior to 4/1/2013. Cost: $50 For more information call ext. 1695 or 1309

3


Learning Summer 2013 Massasoit offers two types of online learning courses: Fully Online courses and Blended courses. Fully Online and Blended courses provide a way for you to customize your learning experience to match your educational goals, learning styles, and scheduling constraints. To learn more about Online Learning at Massasoit, visit the Massasoit Online web site at: www.massasoit.mass.edu/massasoit_online or contact us at onlinelearning@massasoit.mass.edu. Orientation sessions for online and blended courses are offered both online and through face-to-face orientation sessions held on campus. An Online Orientation may be accessed anytime at: https://massasoit.instructure.com/courses/215470 On-Campus and Online Orientations are available the week before classes begin and during the first week of classes. Orientation sessions provide assistance with getting started with your online course, strategies for ensuring your success and general information about your online class. Massasoit now offers all online and blended classes in Canvas. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in an orientation if they have not used Canvas in an online or blended class before. The orientation sessions begin promptly at the times listed below. Attendance is on a drop-in basis. SUMMER ORIENTATION DATES: Monday, May 20, 2013 Tuesday, May 21, 2013 Tuesday, May 28, 2013 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Monday, July 8, 2013 Tuesday, July 9, 2013

12:00 pm-1:00 pm 9:00 am -10:00 am 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 5:00 pm-6:00 pm 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 2:00 pm-3:00 pm

Room B543 C127 - Canton Campus Room B543 Room B543 Room B543 Room B543

ONLINE COURSES: Online courses allow students to take courses anyplace they have access to a computer connected to the internet. Each course has a site on the World Wide Web, where assignments and communication with the instructor can take place. Students are required to have regular access to a computer with a working internet connection for online courses. With online classes, students meet online during the semester. This gives students the opportunity to experience the individualized, student-centered attention for which Massasoit Community College is known, without having to leave home or rush from work every week.

Summer Session I 2013 Online Courses BIOL138 Human Nutrition BUSN110 Introduction to Business BUSN112 Principles of Management BUSN113 Managerial Communication BUSN120 Principles of Marketing BUSN123 Advertising CJUS302 Correction I CJUS305 Criminal Law I CJUS309 Probation & Parole CTIM100 Computer Keyboard CTIM157 Introduction to Java Programming CTIM271 Database Concepts & Practices ENGL101 English Composition I ENGL102 English Composition II

ENGL119 ENGL121 ENGL213 ENGL214 HIST103 HIST104 MATH112 MATH131 MDIA111 PHIL101 PSYC203 PSYC301 SOCI204

Creative Writing Children’s Literature American Literature I American Literature II U S History I U S History II Intermediate Algebra & Trigonometry Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Mass Communication Introduction to Philosophy Adolescent Psychology Social Psychology Sociology of Deviance

Summer Session II 2013 Online Courses BIOL138 BUSN127 BUSN201 BUSN301 CCED221 CJUS101 CJUS215 CJUS306 CTIM101 CTIM102 CTIM103 CTIM168 ENGL101 ENGL102 ENGL121 ENGL213 ENGL214 HIST104 MATH101 MATH121 MATH131 MATH221 PSYC101 PSYC205 PSYC301

Human Nutrition Human Resources Management Business Law I Organizational Behavior Education Design/Childcare Introduction to-Criminal Justice Terrorism & the Criminal Justice System Criminal Procedure Beginning Windows Beginning Word Beginning Excel Advanced Java Programming English Composition I English Composition II Children’s Literature American Literature I American Literature II U S History II Introductory Algebra Topics Math I Introduction to Statistics Calculus I General Psychology Human Growth & Development Social Psychology

Blended Courses on the Brockton Campus - Summer Session I 2012 Blended courses are a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. Each course typically has a course website, where assignments and communication with the instructor can take place. Approximately half of the class sessions are conducted faceto-face to further explain course material. Students are required to have regular access to a computer with a working internet connection for hybrid (blended) online courses. Blended courses allow students the opportunity to balance the best of two worlds: faceto-face interaction with an instructor and classmates combined with the opportunity to experience individualized, student-centered attention while accessing campus resources from home or work. BIOL121-H1 Biological Principles I - Summer Session I Face-to-face class on Brockton Campus every Tuesday and Thursday Rm: S246 5/28, 5/30, 6/6, 6/11, 6/18, 6/20, 6/27 Don’t see a course you are looking for? Check out the Community Education online course offerings beginning on page xx.

4


Brockton & Canton Bookstore

Library

Summer Session Hours

Summer Session I Brockton

Summer Hours 2013

May 28 - May 31, 2013

Tuesday - Thursday Friday

9:00 am - 6:30 pm 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Brockton - Summer Session I & II

508.588.9100 x1941

Canton

Tuesday - Thursday

9:00 am - 6:30 pm

Friday Summer Session II Brockton Monday - Thursday

Canton

Monday - Thursday

Closed

July 8 - July 11, 2013

9:00 am - 6:30 pm

9:00 am - 6:30 pm

When classes are in session: Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

8:00 am - 9:00 pm 8:00 am - 4:30 pm CLOSED

During Breaks*: Monday - Friday Saturday & Sunday

8:00 am - 4:30 pm CLOSED

Canton - Summer Session I & II CLOSED

Brockton / Regular Summer Hours Monday - Thursday Friday

9:00 am - 4:00 pm 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

508.588.9100 x2942

(*During BREAKS hours may vary. Please call for exact hours).

Your library card is your valid student ID with a barcode.

Transformation Agenda Career Training Opportunities!

Massasoit Community College’s Transformation Agenda, in collaboration with Brockton CareerWorks, Quincy Career Center, and the Plymouth Career Center, assists individuals who are unemployed or underemployed looking for re-training or updating of their professional skills. Transformation Agenda identified programs include: • Home Health Aide • Medical Interpreting • Microsoft Office Specialist

• Biotechnology • Respiratory Care

For more information, contact Paula Fontes at 508-588-9100 x1998 or pfontes@massasoit.mass.edu. Massachusetts Community Colleges and Workforce Development Transformation Agenda (MCCWDTA) is 100% funded by a $20 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration TAACCCT. Grant Agreement #TC-22505-11-60-A-25.

508-588-9100

781-821-2222 •

www.massasoit.mass.edu 5


Brockton Summer Session I - 2013 ABBREVIATIONS KEY: CRN-Course Reference Number; Fees-Denotes an additional monetary fee; PR-Pre-requisite; + Course has a pre-and/or co-requisite. See course description on website for details. Days: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday. ATTRIBUTES: AR-Architecture; ATF-Visual Arts-Fine Arts; ATG-Visual Arts-Art & Graphic Design; BU-Business; ET-Electronics; FA-Fine Arts; HU-Humanities; LA-Liberal Arts; LS-Lab Science; ML-Modern Language; SC-Science; SS-Social Science

The makeup day for Memorial Day, Monday May 27 is Friday, June 7. This applies to all Monday classes. Online courses: orientation is recommended for first time students.

ACCOUNTING CRN PR Course

Days

Time

30135 + ACCT105-10 Financial Acct I 30306 + ACCT107-10 Managerial Account 30137 + ACCT302-10 Computr Bus Appl

MW R M TR MW

6:00P-9:30P 4 Pacheco 6:00P-9:30P 8:30A-12:00P 4 Sterlin 8:30A-12:00P 6:00P-10:00P 3 Murray

30474 + 30318 30164 30319

TR MW TR MTWR

ARTG100-10 ARTG113-10 ARTG221-10 ARTG223-10

Title

Art His-West Wrld Color/Design I Painting Watercolor

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

B 336 5/28-6/27 B 440 5/28-6/27 B 103 5/28-6/27 B 336 5/28-6/27 B 440 5/28-6/27

BU BU BU BU BU

FA 329 FA 455 FA 455 FA 455

ATF FA HU LA FA HU LA ATF ATG FA HU LA ATF ATG FA HU LA

ART 9:00A-12:45P 9:00A-2:00P 9:00A-2:00P 6:00P-8:30P

3 3 3 3

Hays Walsh Boutin STAFF

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/286/27 5/28-6/27

BIOLOGY

30059 + BIOL121-10 Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 Hilton S 216 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30060 + BIOL121-11 Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 Helton S 219 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30061 + BIOL121-12 Biological Prin I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 McCutche S 216 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30062 + BIOL121-H1 Biological Prin I TR 12:30P-4:10P 4 $30 Barrett S 216 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC Blended class meets on the Brockton campus the following dates: 5/28, 5/30, 6/6, 6/11, 6/18, 6/20, & 6/27. 30065 + BIOL138-10 Human Nutrition MW 12:30P-4:30P 3 Comeau S 538 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30066 + BIOL138-E1 Human Nutrition 3 $30 Griggs 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored final exams. 30253 + BIOL138-E2 Human Nutrition 3 $30 Schrama 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored final exams. 30290 + BIOL139-10 Nutrition Lab W 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 Griggs S 219 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30063 + BIOL140-10 Intro Biology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Bankson S 219 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30064 + BIOL142-10 Lab Intro Biology M 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 Giguere S 219 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30067 + BIOL201-10 Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 Campbell S 535 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30068 + BIOL201-11 Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 Hassanza S 535 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30069 + BIOL202-10 Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 Bumpus S 546 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30070 + BIOL202-11 Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 Burke S 546 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30071 + BIOL231-10 Microbiology MTWR 8:00A-12:15P 4 $30 Hassanza S 325 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30292 + BIOL231-11 Microbiology MTWR 12:45P-5:00P 4 $30 Schreiner S 325 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC 30072 + BIOL231-12 Microbiology MTWR 5:30P-9:45P 4 $30 Cucchiara S 325 5/28-6/27 LA LS SC

BUSINESS

30138 + 30140 + 30141 + 30142 + 30143 + 30147 + 30460 +

BUSN110-E1 Intro to Business Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN112-E1 Prin of Management Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN113-E1 Managerial Comm Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN120-E1 Prin of Marketing Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN123-E1 Advertising Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN201-10 Business Law I TR 6:00P-10:00P BUSN301-10 Organiz Behavior MTWR 10:00A-11:55A

3

$30

Laidler

5/28-6/27

BU

3

$30

Thompson

5/28-6/27

BU

3

$30

STAFF

5/28-6/27

BU

3

$30

Frizzell

5/28-6/27

BU

3

$30

STAFF

5/28-6/27

BU

Devito STAFF

B 224 B 222

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

BU BU

3 3

6


Brockton Summer Session I - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

Marganian Coelho Beaupre Wohlers

S 431 S 433 S 433 S 431

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC

Hanson STAFF

LA 447 B 222

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

CHEMISTRY 30073 30074 + 30075 + 30293 +

CHEM131-10 Ps-Surv Chemistry CHEM151-10 Gen Chemistry I CHEM151-11 Gen Chemistry I CHEM152-10 Gen Chemistry II

MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR

6:00P-9:00P 8:30A-12:00P 6:00P-9:30P 8:30A-12:00P

3 4 4 4

$30 $30 $30 $30

CHILD CARE EDUCATION

30298 + CCED101-10 Behav Mgmt in CC 30101 + CCED102-10 Dev-Early Child

TR MW

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

30461 30471 30472 30473 30580 30322 30156 + 30470 30595

CTIM100-E1 Computer Keyboard Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. CTIM101-10 Beginning Windows TR 5:30P-10:00P Class meets 5/28, 5/30, and 6/4. CTIM102-10 Beginning Word TR 5:30P-10:00P Class meets 6/6, 6/11, and 6/13. CTIM103-10 Beginning Excel TR 5:30P-9:00P Class meets 6/18, 6/20, 6/25, and 6/27 CTIM106-80 Intermediate Excel MW 1:00P-3:30P CTIM148-10 Keyboard Workshop W 6:00P-9:00P CTIM157-E1 Intro Java Prog Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. CTIM271-E1 Database Con&Prac Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. CTIM287-E1 HTML5 Web & Apps Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

3

$30

Sherry

5/28-6/27

1

STAFF

B 111

5/28-6/4

1

STAFF

B 111

6/6-6/13

1

STAFF

B 111

6/18-6/27

1 1 3 $30

Manson B 545 STAFF B 111 Brown-Sed

5/6-5/20 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

3

$30

Meggison

5/28-6/27

3

$30

Sherry

5/28-6/27

$30

STAFF

5/28-6/27

3 3 $30

STAFF Faiella

LA 445

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

3

Black

5/28-6/27

Curtis

SC 222

5/28-6/27

Travis Costello

B 548 H 227

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 $30

Rankin Schaub Marconi Hague Paone Marinelli Kowalski Takki Pahl

H 340 LA 219 H 226 B 103 H 444 H 224 B 547 B 103

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA

3

Jones-Hyde

5/28-6/27

HU LA

Hirschy H 442 Sanati-Zak H 330 STAFF B 326

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HU LA HU LA HU LA

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 30486 + 30104 + 30105 + 30173 +

CJUS223-E1 Invest Foren Serv Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. CJUS302-10 Corrections MTWR 10:00A-11:55A CJUS305-E1 Criminal Law I Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. CJUS309-E1 Probation & Parole Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

3

$30

CULINARY ARTS 30462

CULA160-10 Choc-Sugr Artistry

TWR

6:00P-9:40P

3

ECONOMICS 30107 + ECON201-10 Prin of Econ I 30106 + ECON201-11 Prin of Econ I 30002 + 30004 + 30003 + 30005 + 30007 + 30008 + 30009 + 30010 + 30011 + 30441 + 30013 + 30014 + 30017 +

MTWR MW

8:00A-9:55A 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

ENGLISH

ENGL091-10 Prep Col Read I MW 6:00P-10:00P ENGL092-10 Prep Col Read II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A ENGL092-11 Prep Col Read II TR 5:30P-9:30P ENGL099-10 Intro Writing MW 6:00P-10:00P ENGL101-10 English Comp I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A ENGL101-11 English Comp I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A ENGL101-12 English Comp I MW 6:00P-10:00P ENGL101-13 English Comp I TR 5:30P-9:30P ENGL101-E1 English Comp I Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL101-E2 English Comp I Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL102-10 English Comp II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A ENGL102-11 English Comp II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A ENGL102-12 English Comp II MW 5:30P-9:30P

$30

3 3 3

7


Brockton Summer Session I - 2013 CRN PR Course 30016 + 30018 + 30019 + 30021 + 30022 30273 30442 30023 + 30299 + 30024 + 30026 +

Title

Days

Time

ENGL102-13 English Comp II TR 5:30P-9:30P ENGL102-E1 English Comp II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL102-E2 English Comp II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL119-E1 Creative Writing Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL121-E1 Children’s Lit Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL121-E2 Children’s Lit Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL171-10 Intro to Fiction MTWR 8:00A-9:55A ENGL213-10 Amer Literature I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A ENGL213-11 Amer Literature I TR 6:00P-10:00P ENGL213-E1 Amer Literature I Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL214-E1 Amer Literature II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

Cr Fees

Faculty

3 3 $30 3

Room

Dates

Attributes

STAFF H 223 Miley

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HU LA HU LA

$30

Walsh

5/28-6/27

HU LA

3

$30

STAFF

5/28-6/27

HU LA

3

$30

Vaughan

5/28-6/27

HU LA

3

$30

STAFF

5/28-6/27

HU LA

3 3 3 3 $30

Fagan LA 219 Barrett LA 449 STAFF H 443 McPherson

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA

3

Clark-Rami

5/28-6/27

HU LA

Shea Chiano Smith

LA 217 LA 448 LA 562

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS LA SS

3 3 3 3 $30

Rotman H 227 STAFF LA 445 Nagle LA 449 Mastrangel

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS

3

STAFF

5/28-6/27

LA SS

$30

GOVERNMENT 30109 + GOVT105-10 Amer Nat Governmnt MTWR 30451 + GOVT105-11 Amer Nat Governmnt TR 30110 + GOVT301-10 State & Local Govt MW 30111 + 30452 + 30112 + 30113 + 30114 + 30115 + 30116 + 30453 +

10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3 3

HISTORY

HIST101-10 Hist West Civ I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A HIST102-10 Hist West Civ II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A HIST103-10 U S History I TR 6:00P-10:00P HIST103-E1 U S History I Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. HIST103-E2 U S History I Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. HIST104-10 U S History II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A HIST104-E1 U S History II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. HIST104-E2 U S History II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

$30

3 3 $30

STAFF LA 447 Wojtowicz

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS

3

STAFF

5/28-6/27

LA SS

Shipman

LA 559

5/28-6/27

$30

HUMAN SERVICES

30315 + HSRV103-10 Group Dynamics

TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

MATHEMATICS 30076 + 30077 + 30078 + 30440 + 30080 + 30081 + 30083 + 30084 + 30085 + 30424 + 30294 + 30086 + 30087 + 30088 +

MATH010-10 Fundament of Math MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 OLoughlin S 538 5/28-6/27 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH010-11 Fundament of Math TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 DiBona H 441 5/28-6/27 MATH101-10 Intro Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Vecchi H 443 5/28-6/27 MATH101-11 Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 OLoughlin S 538 5/28-6/27 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH101-12 Intro Algebra TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Rosato S 538 5/28-6/27 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH112-10 Inter Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Shea B 223 5/28-6/27 MATH112-11 Inter Algebra TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Rosato S 538 5/28-6/27 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH112-E1 Inter Algebra 3 $30 Snyder 5/28-6/27 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. MATH121-10 Topics Math I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Sultana B 439 5/28-6/27 LA MATH121-11 Topics Math I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Shea T 222 5/28-6/27 LA MATH127-10 Math Elem Teach I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Kelly H 224 5/28-6/27 LA MATH131-10 Intro Statistics MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Keating T 221 5/28-6/27 LA MATH131-11 Intro Statistics MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Gomes T 221 5/28-6/27 LA MATH131-E1 Intro Statistics 3 $30 Cotter 5/28-6/27 LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. 8


Brockton Summer Session I - 2013 CRN PR Course 30254 + 30089 + 30090 + 30091 + 30092 +

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

MATH131-E2 Intro Statistics 3 $30 STAFF 5/28-6/27 LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. MATH203-10 College Algebra MTWR 10:00A-12:00P 3 Taylor S 101 5/28-6/27 LA MATH203-11 College Algebra TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 Stevenson S 101 5/28-6/27 LA MATH217-10 Precalculus MWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 Cleary T 102 5/28-6/27 LA MATH221-10 Calculus I MWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 Janey S 115 5/28-6/27 LA

MEDIA 30300 + MDIA111-E1 Intro to Mass Comm 3 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

$30

STAFF

5/28-6/27

FA HU LA

5/28-6/27

HU LA ML

H 330 H 329 H 330 H 226 LA 445 B 223

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HU LA ML HU LA ML HU LA ML HU LA ML HU LA ML HU LA ML

5/28-6/27

HU LA

S 327

5/28-6/27

LA LS SC

3 Godin LA 562 3 Boutin LA 560 3 STAFF LA 562 3 Strangis LA 562 3 Galante B 547 3 $30 Clark

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS

3 3 $30

STAFF B 544 Lucabaugh

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS

STAFF LA 559 McDonnell H 224 Coole H 223 Azzara

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS

STAFF Kelly Bowers Keith

FA 330 FA 330 FA 329 H 329

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

FA HU LA FA HU LA FA HU LA FA HU LA

FH 205

5/28-6/27 FA

MODERN LANGUAGE – CAPE VERDEAN 30027

MLCV101-10 Cape Verdean Cr I

TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

Montrond LA 445

MODERN LANGUAGE – SPANISH 30301 30030 30031 30302 + 30443 + 30033 +

MLSP101-10 MLSP101-11 MLSP101-12 MLSP102-10 MLSP102-11 MLSP201-10

Begin Spanish I Begin Spanish I Begin Spanish I Begin Spanish II Begin Spanish II Inter Spanish I

MTWR MTWR TR MTWR MW MW

8:00A-9:55A 10:00A-11:55A 5:30P-9:30P 8:00A-9:55A 5:30P-9:30P 5:30P-9:30P

3 3 3 3 3 3

Davoli Baghdadi McDonald Hall STAFF STAFF

PHILOSOPHY 30034 + PHIL101-E1 Intro Philosophy 3 $30 Ambrose Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. 30093 + PHYS151-10 College Physics I 30118 + 30117 + 30321 + 30454 + 30120 + 30121 + 30122 + 30317 +

PHYSICS MTWR

8:30A-12:00P

4

$30

Tressel

PSYCHOLOGY

PSYC101-10 General Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A PSYC101-11 General Psychology TR 6:00P-10:00P PSYC201-10 Abnormal Psych MTWR 8:00A-9:55A PSYC201-11 Abnormal Psych TR 6:00P-10:00P PSYC202-10 Child Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A PSYC203-E1 Adolescent Psych Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. PSYC205-10 Human Growth & Dev MW 6:00P-10:00P PSYC301-E1 Social Psychology Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

SOCIOLOGY 30123 + SOCI104-11 Prin of Sociology MW 6:00P-10:00P 30124 + SOCI104-10 Prin of Sociology MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 30125 + SOCI203-10 Criminology MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 30126 + SOCI204-E1 Soc of Deviance Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

3 3 3 3 $30

SPEECH 30304 30036 30037 30038

SPCH105-10 SPCH105-11 SPCH105-12 SPCH105-13

30444 THET200-10

Speech Comm Speech Comm Speech Comm Speech Comm

MTWR MTWR MW TR

8:00A-9:55A 10:00A-11:55A 5:30P-9:30P 5:30P-9:30P

3 3 3 3

THEATRE Intro to Acting

MTWR

10:00A-11:55A

3

Kane

HU LA 9


Canton Summer Session I - 2013 ACCOUNTING CRN PR Course

Title

30463 + ACCT106-60 Finan Acct II Finan Acct II

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

M TR

6:00P-9:30P 6:00P-9:30P

4 4

Garren Garren

C 127 C 301

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

BU BU

Parker Weiner

C 205 C 205

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

Hays Walsh Priest Lazebnik Han STAFF

C 401 C 408 C 412 C 412 C 417 C 412

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

ATF FA HU LA FA HU LA FA HU LA FA HU LA ATG FA HU LA ATF ATG FA HU LA

STAFF STAFF Zoubina

C 320 C 314 C 320

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC

STAFF McRorie Fisher

C 301 C 305 C 307

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

BU BU BU

STAFF Wasko Trocher

C 209 C 216 C 218

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

ET

Buja STAFF Fallas STAFF

C 124 C 124 C 125 C 125

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA

STAFF

C 310

5/28-6/27

LA SS

ARCHITECTURE

30476 + ARCH121-60 Working Drawings I TWR 30477 ARCH401-60 Arch Tech Intshp T 30475 + 30478 + 30479 30480 30481 30482

6:00P-9:30P 9:00A-12:30P

3 3

ART ARTG100-60 ARTG105-60 ARTG107-60 ARTG107-61 ARTG143-60 ARTG221-60

Art His-West Wrld Graphic Design I Drawing I Drawing I Adobe Photoshop Painting

MW MTW MW TWR MWR TR

9:00A-12:45P 6:00P-9:30P 9:00A-2:00P 6:00P-9:30P 9:00A-12:30P 9:00A-2:00P

3 3 3 3 3 3

BIOLOGY 30426 + BIOL121-60 Biological Prin I 30427 + BIOL143-60 Intro Enviro Sci 30428 + BIOL201-60 Anatomy & Phys I

MTWR MTWR MTWR

6:00P-9:30P 8:30A-12:00P 8:30A-12:00P

4 4 4

$30 $30 $30

BUSINESS 30464 + BUSN110-60 Intro to Business 30465 + BUSN111-60 Personal Finance 30466 + BUSN120-60 Prin of Marketing

MTWR MW TR

9:00A-10:55A 6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3 3

ENGINEERING 30483 ENGT107-60 Comp-Aid Drafting 30484 + ENGT111-60 Elec Circuit I 30593 ENGT129-60 IT Essentials

MTW MTW MTW

30445 + 30446 + 30447 + 30448 +

MTWR MW MTWR TR

ENGL101-60 ENGL101-61 ENGL102-60 ENGL102-61

English Comp I English Comp I English Comp II English Comp II

5:30P-9:00P 5:00P-9:15P 5:30P-9:00P

3 4 3

ENGLISH 10:00A-11:55A 5:30P-9:30P 10:00A-11:55A 5:30P-9:30P

3 3 3 3

GOVERNMENT 30586 + GOVT105-60 Amer Nat Governmnt TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 30594 + HVAC206-60 Hydro & Pip Design TWR

8:00A-12:15P

4

Fitzgerald C 201

5/28-6/27

STAFF Finkle

C 401 C 312

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

STAFF Demers

C 303 C 303

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

HISTORY 30587 + HIST102-60 Hist West Civ II 30588 + HIST103-60 U S History I

MW TR

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

LA SS LA SS

MATHEMATICS 30429 + MATH010-60 Fundament of Math MTWR 30430 + MATH101-60 Intro Algebra MTWR

6:00P-7:55P 10:00A-11:55A

3 3

10


Canton Summer Session I - 2013 PR Course CRN 30431 + 30432 + 30433 + 30434 + 30435 +

MATH112-60 MATH115-60 MATH131-60 MATH141-60 MATH203-60

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

Inter Algebra Contemporary Math Intro Statistics Technical Math I College Algebra

MTWR TR MTWR MW MTWR

10:00A-11:55A 8:00A-12:00P 10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P 8:00A-9:55A

3 3 3 3 3

Costa Miley Cerbarano Shea Dunbury

C 307 C 309 C 305 C 307 C 305

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA LA LA LA

STAFF

C 314

5/28-6/27

LA SC

PHYSICS

30436 + PHYS132-60 Con Tech Phy I

MTWR

6:00P-9:00P

3

$30

PSYCHOLOGY 30589 + PSYC101-60 General Psychology TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

STAFF

C 401

5/28-6/27

LA SS

SOCIOLOGY 30590 + SOCI104-60 Prin of Sociology 30591 + SOCI104-61 Prin of Sociology 30449

MTWR TR

9:00A-10:55A 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

STAFF STAFF

C 310 C 404

5/28-6/27 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS

O’Connor C 125

5/28-6/27

FA HU LA

SPEECH SPCH105-60 Speech Comm

MW

5:30P-9:30P

3

Middleborough Summer Session I - 2013 ACCOUNTING 30469 + ACCT105-M1 Financial Acct I

MTR

6:00P-10:00P

4

STAFF

MD 102 5/28-6/27

BU

STAFF Gulati

MD 108 5/28-6/27 MD 108 5/28-6/27

LA LS SC LA LS SC

Morosco STAFF

MD 109 5/28-6/27 MD 106 5/28-6/27

BU BU

STAFF

MD 103 5/28-6/27

LA SS

BIOLOGY 30437 + BIOL201-M1 Anatomy & Phys I 30438 + BIOL202-M1 Anatomy & Phys II

MTWR MTWR

6:00P-9:30P 8:30A-12:00P

4 4

$30 $30

BIOLOGY

30467 + BUSN201-M1 Business Law I 30468 + BUSN301-M1 Organiz Behavior

TR MW

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

HISTORY 30455 + HIST103-M1 U S History I

TR

5:30P-9:30P

3

MATHEMATICS 30439 + 30096 + 30098 + 30175 +

MATH010-M1 Fundament of Math TR 8:00A-12:00P 3 Byron MD 106 5/28-6/27 MATH101-T1 Intro Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 Shevory MD 102 5/28-6/27 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH112-T1 Inter Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 Shevory MD 102 5/28-6/30 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH131-M1 Intro Statistics TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF MD 106 5/28-6/27

LA

MODERN LANGUAGE - SIGN LANGUAGE 30323 + MLSL102-M1 Amer Sign Lang II

MTWR

10:00A-11:55A

3

STAFF

MD 109 5/28-6/27

HU LA ML

11


Middleborough Summer Session I - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

STAFF STAFF STAFF

MD 103 5/28-6/27 MD 103 5/28-6/27 MD 105 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS LA SS

STAFF STAFF

MD 105 5/28-6/27 MD 105 5/28-6/27

LA SS LA SS

PSYCHOLOGY 30456 + PSYC101-M1 General Psychology MTWR 30133 + PSYC101-M2 General Psychology MW 30457 + PSYC205-M1 Human Growth & Dev MW

8:00A-9:55A 5:30P-9:30P 5:30P-9:30P

30458 + SOCI104-M1 Prin of Sociology 30459 + SOCI104-M2 Prin of Sociology

8:00A-9:55A 5:30P-9:30P

MTWR TR

3 3 3

SOCIOLOGY 3 3

Brockton Summer Session II - 2013 ACCOUNTING 40103 + ACCT106-20 40469 + ACCT107-20 40470 + ACCT302-20

Finan Acct II Finan Acct II Managerial Account Managerial Account Computr Bus Appl

MW R M TR TR

6:00P-9:30P 6:00P-9:30P 6:00P-9:30P 6:00P-9:30P 6:00P-10:00P

4 4 4 4 3

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

B 544 B 440 B 440 B 336 B 103

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

BU BU BU BU BU

Walsh Boutin

FA 455 FA 455

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

FA HU LA ATF FA HU LA

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC

7/8-8/8

LA LS SC

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC

ART 40478 + ARTG114-20 Color/Design II 40479 + ARTG222-20 Painting II

MW TR

9:00A-2:00P 9:00A-2:00P

3 3

BIOLOGY 40416 + 40417 + 40418 + 40044 + 40045 + 40215 + 40419 + 40420 + 40421 + 40422 + 40423 + 40424 + 40425 + 40426 +

BIOL121-20 Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 Salvetti S 216 BIOL121-21 Biological Prin I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 216 BIOL122-20 Biological Prin II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 535 BIOL138-20 Human Nutrition MW 12:30P-4:30P 3 Beaupre B 336 BIOL138-E1 Human Nutrition 3 $30 Griggs Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored final exams. BIOL138-E2 Human Nutrition 3 $30 Schrama Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored final exams. BIOL139-20 Nutrition Lab W 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 Griggs S 219 BIOL140-20 Intro Biology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Bankson S 219 BIOL142-20 Lab Intro Biology M 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 Giguere S 219 BIOL201-20 Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 Bumpus S 535 BIOL202-20 Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 8:00A-11:30A 4 $30 Campbell S 546 BIOL202-21 Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 Hassanzade S 546 BIOL231-20 Microbiology MTWR 8:00A-12:15P 4 $30 STAFF S 325 BIOL231-21 Microbiology MTWR 5:30P-9:45P 4 $30 Cucchiara S 325

BUSINESS 40106 + 40216 + 40108 + 40472 + 40109 + 40110 + 40111 +

BUSN112-20 Prin of Management MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 439 7/8-8/8 BUSN120-20 Prin of Marketing MTWR 8:00A-9:50A 3 Bradford B 222 7/8-8/8 BUSN123-20 Advertising TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 225 7/8-8/8 BUSN125-H1 Small Bus Org&Mgmt T 6:00P-10:00P 3 $30 STAFF B 222 7/8-8/8 Hybrid course: class meets face-to-face every Tuesday night on the Brockton campus. Internet access is required. BUSN127-E1 Human Res-Mgmt 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN201-E1 Business Law I 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. BUSN301-E1 Organiz Behavior 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

BU BU BU BU BU BU BU

12


Brockton Summer Session II - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

Beaupre STAFF STAFF

S 433 S 431 S 433

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA LS SC LA LS SC LA LS SC

STAFF

7/8-8/8

CHEMISTRY 40427 + CHEM151-20 Gen Chemistry I 40429 + CHEM152-20 Gen Chemistry II 40428 + CHEM152-21 Gen Chemistry II

MTWR MTWR MTWR

4 4 4

$30 $30 $30

CHILD CARE EDUCATION

40079

8:30A-12:00P 8:30A-12:00P 6:00P-9:30P

CCED221-E1 Ed Design/Childcar 3 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

$30

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 40112 CTIM101-E1 Beginning Windows 1 $10 STAFF 7/8-7/17 Online course: orienation recommended for first-time students. Session dates: 7/8-7/17. 40113 CTIM102-E1 Beginning Word 1 $10 STAFF 7/18-7/28 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Session dates: 7/18-7/28. 40114 CTIM103-E1 Beginning Excel 1 $10 STAFF 7/29-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Session dates: 7/29-8/8. 40244 + CTIM168-E1 Adv Java Program 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. CRIMINAL JUSTICE 40246 + CJUS101-E1 Int-Crim Justice 3 $30 STAFF 5/28-8/8 10-week course. Course meets 5/28-8/8. Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. 40247 + CJUS215-E1 Terr-Crim Just Sys 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. 40453 + CJUS234-E1 Mang Crim Just Org 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 10-week course. Course meets 5/28-8/8. Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. 40081 + CJUS306-E1 Criminal Procedure 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. 40491 + CJUS316-20 Police, Comm & Soc MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF 7/8-8/8

CULINARY ARTS 40473 + CULA128-20 Yeast Doughs 40082 + ECON201-20 Prin of Econ I 40083 + ECON202-20 Prin of Econ II

TWR

6:00P-9:40P

3

STAFF

SC 222

7/8-8/8

STAFF STAFF

B 439 B 327

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS

STAFF STAFF Marconi Takki Pahl

H 223 H 330 H 339 H 330

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA

Jones-Hyde

7/8-8/8

HU LA

STAFF Kowalski Hague Miley

H 329 H 329 H 329

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA

Walsh

7/8-8/8

HU LA

STAFF

7/8-8/8

HU LA

McPherson

7/8-8/8

HU LA

Barrett LA 449 Clark-Rami

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

HU LA HU LA

ECONOMICS TR MW

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

ENGLISH 40003 + 40007 + 40008 + 40006 + 40009 + 40445 + 40011 + 40012 + 40446 + 40014 + 40015 + 40016 40017 + 40018 + 40019 +

ENGL099-21 Intro Writing MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 ENGL101-20 English Comp I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 ENGL101-21 English Comp I MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 ENGL101-22 English Comp I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 ENGL101-E1 English Comp I 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL101-E2 English Comp I 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL102-20 English Comp II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 ENGL102-21 English Comp II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 ENGL102-22 English Comp II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 ENGL102-E1 English Comp II 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL102-E2 English Comp II 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL121-E1 Children’s Lit 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL213-E1 Amer Literature I 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. ENGL214-20 Amer Literature II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 ENGL214-E1 Amer Literature II 3 $30 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

13


Brockton Summer Session II - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 40038 40394 + 40041

ENSL101-20 College ESL I MW 6:00P-8:30P 10-week ESL course. Course meets 5/28-7/29. ENSL102-20 College ESL II MW 6:00P-8:30P 10-week ESL course. Course meets 5/28-7/29. ENSL112-20 Conv/Pronun ESL TR 6:00P-8:30P 10-week ESL course. Course meets 5/28-7/29.

3

STAFF

LA 220

5/28-7/29

HU LA

3

Cametti

LA 447

5/28-7/29

HU LA

3

Bachrach LA 556

5/28-7/29

HU LA

GOVERNMENT 40084 + GOVT105-20 Amer Nat Governmnt MW 40454 + GOVT301-20 State & Local Govt TR

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

STAFF STAFF

LA 562 LA 222

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS

3 3 3 3 3 3 $30

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

B 224 LA 562 LA 219 B 225 T 542

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS

3

STAFF

7/8-8/8

LA SS

HISTORY 40248 + HIST101-20 Hist West Civ I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 40087 + HIST102-20 Hist West Civ II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 40088 + HIST103-20 U S History I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 40455 + HIST103-Y1 U S History I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 40089 + HIST104-20 U S History II TR 6:00P-10:00P 40090 + HIST104-E1 U S History II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. 40091 + HIST104-E2 U S History II Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

$30

MATHEMATICS 40055 + 40056 + 40058 + 40057 + 40060 + 40061 + 40062 + 40430 + 40237 + 40063 + 40064 + 40225 + 40065 + 40066 + 40067 + 40068 + 40069 +

MATH010-20 Fundament of Math MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Niles H 224 7/8-8/8 MATH010-21 Fundament of Math MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 Hoxie S 538 7/8-8/8 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH101-20 Intro Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Sundstrom H 441 7/8-8/8 MATH101-21 Intro Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 Hoxie S 538 7/8-8/8 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH112-20 Inter Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Ferrell-Lo H 443 7/8-8/8 MATH112-21 Inter Algebra TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Alden T 541 7/8-8/8 MATH121-E1 Topics Math I 3 $30 Snyder 7/8-8/8 LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. MATH122-20 Topics Math II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 222 7/8-8/8 LA MATH128-20 Math Elem Teach II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Kelly T 221 7/8-8/8 LA MATH131-20 Intro Statistics TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Fuerschbac B 224 7/8-8/8 LA MATH131-E1 Intro Statistics 3 $30 Cotter 7/8-8/8 LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. MATH131-E2 Intro Statistics 3 $30 STAFF 7/8-8/8 LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. MATH203-20 College Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Yellen T 542 7/8-8/8 LA MATH203-21 College Algebra MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Shea H 441 7/8-8/8 LA MATH217-20 Precalculus MWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF H 444 7/8-8/8 LA MATH221-E1 Calculus I 4 $40 Torres 7/8-8/8 LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams. MATH222-20 Calculus II TWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 Janey B 546 7/8-8/8 LA

MODERN LANGUAGE – CAPE VERDEAN 40447 + MLCV102-20 Cape Verdean Cr II

TR

40022 40024 + 40023 + 40026 +

MW MTWR TR MW

MLSP101-20 MLSP102-20 MLSP102-21 MLSP202-20

Begin Spanish I Begin Spanish II Begin Spanish II Inter Spanish II

6:00P-10:00P

3

Montrond LA 217

7/8-8/8

HU LA ML

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

HU LA ML HU LA ML HU LA ML HU LA ML

MODERN LANGUAGE - SPANISH 6:00P-10:00P 10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3 3 3

Monteros Davoli McDonald STAFF

T 219 B 327 T 116 H 330

14


Brockton Summer Session II - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

$30

Ambrose

7/8-8/8

HU LA

$30

STAFF

S 327

7/8-8/8

LA LS SC

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 $30 STAFF

LA 560 LA 560

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS LA SS

3

PHILOSOPHY 40028 + PHIL101-E1 Intro Philosophy 3 Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

PHYSICS 40431 + PHYS152-20 College Physics II

MTWR

8:30A-12:00P

4

PSYCHOLOGY 40456 + 40092 + 40222 + 40414 + 40457 + 40129 + 40094 + 40130 + 40226 + 40458 +

PSYC101-20 General Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A PSYC101-21 General Psychology MW 6:00P-10:00P PSYC101-E1 General Psychology Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. PSYC101-E2 General Psychology Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. PSYC201-20 Abnormal Psych TR 6:00P-10:00P PSYC205-20 Human Growth & Dev MTWR 10:00A-11:55A PSYC205-21 Human Growth & Dev TR 6:00P-10:00P PSYC205-E1 Human Growth & Dev Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. PSYC205-E2 Human Growth & Dev Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students. PSYC301-E1 Social Psychology Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students.

$30

STAFF

7/8-8/8

LA SS

3 3 3 3 $30

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

LA 562 B 222 B 223

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS LA SS LA SS

3

$30

STAFF

7/8-8/8

LA SS

3

$30

STAFF

7/8-8/8

LA SS

STAFF STAFF

LA 562 H 552

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS

Kelly FA 329 ODonnell T 113

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

FA HU LA FA HU LA

SOCIOLOGY

40097 + SOCI104-20 Prin of Sociology 40096 + SOCI104-21 Prin of Sociology

MTWR MW

10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

SPEECH 40030 40029

SPCH105-20 Speech Comm SPCH105-21 Speech Comm

MTWR TR

10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

Canton Summer Session II - 2013 ARCHITECTURE 40480 + ARCH122-70 Work Draw II w/CAD TWR 40481 ARCH401-70 Arch Tech Intshp T

6:00P-9:30P 9:00A-1:00P

3 3

STAFF Weiner

C 205 C 205

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

AR

Hays Han Lazebnik Dalton STAFF STAFF

C 402 C 408 C 412 C 418 C 418 C 412

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

ATF FA HU LA ATG FA HU LA FA HU LA ATF ATG FA HU LA ATF FA HU LA ATF FA HU LA

Gulati Francis

C 320 C 320

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA LS SC LA LS SC

ART 40482 + 40483 + 40484 + 40485 40251 40486 +

ARTG100-70 ARTG106-70 ARTG108-70 ARTG121-70 ARTG215-70 ARTG222-70

Art His-West Wrld Graphic Design II Drawing II Intro to Photo Pastel Painting II

MW MTW MTW MWR MW TR

5:00P-9:00P 5:30P-9:00P 5:30P-9:00P 5:00P-9:00P 9:00A-2:00P 9:00A-2:00P

3 3 3 3 3 3

BIOLOGY 40072 + BIOL201-70 Anatomy & Phys I 40049 + BIOL202-70 Anatomy & Phys II

MTWR MTWR

6:00P-9:30P 8:30A-12:00P

4 4

$30 $30

15


Canton Summer Session II - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

Bielenin STAFF

C 125 C 125

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

BU BU

STAFF Wasko Trocher

C 209 C 216 C 218

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

ET ET

Fagan STAFF Buja Smith

C 124 C 305 C 125 C 303

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

HU LA HU LA HU LA HU LA

STAFF

C 303

7/8-8/8

LA SS

BUSINESS 40476 + BUSN110-70 Intro to Business 40477 + BUSN203-70 Prin-Real Estate

TR MW

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

ENGINEERING 40487 + ENGT109-70 Inter CAD MTW 40489 + ENGT112-70 Elec Circuits II MTW 40488 ENGT130-70 Network Fundament MTW 40448 + 40449 + 40450 + 40451 +

5:30P-9:00P 5:00P-9:15P 5:00P-10:00P

3 4 4

ENGLISH ENGL101-70 ENGL101-71 ENGL102-70 ENGL214-70

English Comp I English Comp I English Comp II Amer Literature II

MTWR MW MTWR MTWR

10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-8:00P 10:00A-11:55A 8:00A-9:55A

3 3 3 3

GOVERNMENT

40466 + GOVT105-70 Amer Nat Governmnt TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 40635 + HVAC207-70 Psychro & Duct Sys

TWR

8:00A-1:00P

4

Fitzgerald C 201

7/8-8/8

STAFF STAFF

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

HISTORY 40467 + HIST102-70 Hist West Civ II 40099 + HIST103-70 U S History I

MW TR

6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

C 401 C 312

LA SS LA SS

MATHEMATICS 40074 + 40075 + 40076 + 40432 +

MATH101-T1 Intro Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 Shevory C 435 7/8-8/8 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH112-T1 Inter Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 Shevory C 435 7/8-8/8 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH131-70 Intro Statistics MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Marin C 310 7/8-8/8 MATH142-70 Technical Math II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 307 7/8-8/8

LA LA

MODERN LANGUAGE - SPANISH 40239

MLSP101-70 Begin Spanish I

TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

STAFF

C 301

7/8-8/8

HU LA ML

STAFF C 314 Khederian C 314

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SC LA LS SC

STAFF

C 124

7/8-8/8

LA SS

STAFF STAFF

C 402 C 310

7/8-8/8 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS

O’Connor C 303

7/8-8/8

FA HU LA

PHYSICS 40434 + PHYS133-70 Con-Tech Phy II 40435 + PHYS151-70 College Physics I

MTWR MTWR

6:00P-9:00P 8:30A-12:00P

3 4

$30 $30

PSYCHOLOGY 40100 + PSYC101-70 General Psychology TR

6:00P-10:00P

3

SOCIOLOGY 40468 + SOCI104-70 Prin of Sociology 40101 + SOCI104-71 Prin of Sociology

MTWR TR

10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

SPEECH 40037

SPCH105-70 Speech Comm

MW

6:00P-10:00P

3

16


Middleborough Summer Session II - 2013 CRN PR Course

Title

Days

Time

Cr Fees

Faculty

Room

Dates

Attributes

STAFF

MD 102 7/8-8/8

BU

STAFF STAFF

MD 108 7/8-8/8 MD 108 7/8-8/8

LA LS SC LA LS SC

STAFF

MD 104 7/8-8/8

BU

STAFF STAFF

MD 103 7/8-8/8 MD 103 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS

ACCOUNTING 40474 + ACCT106-M5 Finan Acct II

MTR

6:00P-8:00P

4

BIOLOGY 40436 + BIOL121-M5 Biological Prin I 40437 + BIOL202-M5 Anatomy & Phys II

MTWR MTWR

8:00A-11:30A 6:00P-9:30P

4 4

$30 $30

BUSINESS 40475 + BUSN112-M5

Prin of Management MTWR

3

HISTORY

40459 + HIST103-M5 U S History I 40460 + HIST104-M5 U S History II 40438 + 40439 + 40440 + 40441 +

10:00A-11:55A

MW MTWR

6:00P-10:00P 10:00A-11:55A

3 3

MATHEMATICS

MATH010-M5 Fundament of Math MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Ketler MD 106 7/8-8/8 MATH101-M5 Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 102 7/8-8/8 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program MATH112-M5 Inter Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 7/8-8/8 Self-paced course: students work independently with faculty assistance using an interactive computer program. MATH131-M5 Intro Statistics MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF MD 106 7/8-8/8

LA

PSYCHOLOGY 40461 + PSYC101-M5 General Psychology MTWR 40462 + PSYC101-M6 General Psychology MW 40463 + PSYC205-M5 Human Growth & Dev MW

8:00A-9:55A 6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

3 3 3

STAFF STAFF STAFF

MD 103 7/8-8/8 MD 105 7/8-8/8 MD 106 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS LA SS

STAFF STAFF

MD 105 7/8-8/8 MD 103 7/8-8/8

LA SS LA SS

SOCIOLOGY 40464 + SOCI104-M5 Prin of Sociology 40465 + SOCI104-M6 Prin of Sociology

MTWR TR

10:00A-11:55A 6:00P-10:00P

3 3

Summer Science Exper ence The Summer Science Program provides students entering 4th through 12th grade with an engaging and handson science and math experience. Participating students use creativity and teamwork to solve interesting design challenges. In a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere, students interact with college professors who are committed to making learning science and math both rewarding and fun. Summer Science Experience will run July 8-August 16, 2013, offering 6 weeks of summer experience in the STEM fields. The weeks will run Monday-Friday 9:00am-2:00pm. Each session will concentrate on one of the STEM areas

For more information please visit our website at: www.massasoit.edu/science4kids

17


COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Summer Highlights

GED Announcement

New GED Test Current GED exam expires on coming in 2014! December 18, 2013! In order to take the current GED test, all participants need to register for the official test by October 18, 2013.

• Basic Dog Training - New! • AKC-Canine Good Citizen - New! • Immigration Law - New! • Beginner & Intermediate Acting - New! • Basic Life Support- CPR & AED

Prepare yourself for this deadline and register for our 48-hour GED Review Course!

• EMT Basic • The Real Estate Institute • QuickBooks Pro - (Now 21 hours!)

For more information, please contact Kelley Tilden at 508-588-9100 x1310 or by email at ktilden@massasoit.mass.edu

• Get Paid to Talk

Technical Series

Prepare for the LEED Green Associate Exam New e Onlin e! Cours

This 16-hour, self-paced course examines green design, construction and operations concepts that are fundamental to the LEED green building rating system. It will prepare students to sit for the LEED Green Associate exam given by USGBC.

Electrical D License Program (300 hrs.) • MA State Building Codes • NFPA ‘72 Part 1

Plus 15-hr. MCE C&D License Renewal & 6-hr. Professional Development courses!

Home Inspector License Renewal Series

ICD-10 Certified by the American Association of Profesional Coders, this self-paced overview of the ICD-10 for both diagnosis and procedure coding covers the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 and reviews the changes and updates.

Marine Technician Certificate Program (350 hours) (New program starting in September)

C R E D I T

Contact Rose Paquette at 508.588.9100 x1307

For more information email Kelley Tilden at ktilden@massasoit.mass.edu.

Coming this Fall! • EKG Technician Certificate Program • Electrical Systems Contractors 75-hr License Program - New! • Event Planning Certificate • Home Health Aide ~ Approved for Section 30, TAA and ITAs • Human Resource Certificate • Interior Design Certificate • MCLP Test Prep • Medical Interpreting ~ Approved for Section 30, TAA and ITAs • Ophthalmic Assistant Certificate • Pharmacy Technician 120-hr. program ~ Now in Brockton & Canton • Solar PV ~ Level 1 (Preparation & NABCEP Entry Level Exam) • Sustainable Horticultural ~ New Program!

N O N

Adult Basic Education Program *Stoughton ESOL Program *College Transitions Program

Free!

For more information call Program Director Linda Aspinwall at 508-588-9100 x1301!

We encourage new course ideas, development and instruction! We’d like to hear from you, please contact 508.588.9100, x1307, rpaquette@massasoit.mass.edu or visit our website: www.massasoit.mass.edu and click on “Workforce Development”.

C O U R S E S 18


BROCKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION I CRN

Course

Title

Days

Time

Cost

NON CREDIT

Instructor

Room

Session Dates

STAFF

FA 325

6/3-6/26

ARTS AND MUSIC – NON CREDIT 30487

CSAL111-B1

Beginner Acting

MW

6:30P-8:30P

$117

BUSINESS SKILLS – NON CREDIT 30490 CSBU012-01 Blackjack Dealer $1597 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30491 CSBU013-01 Poker Dealer $1597 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30488 CSBU052-B2 Vet Assistant 1 T 6:00P-10:00P $217 Gouthro B 544 5/21-6/25 Saturdays: 6/1 & 6/15 9am-12pm. 30489 CSBU070-B1 Get Paid to Talk M 6:30P-9:00P $37 STAFF B 225 6/24-6/24

COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT 30492 CSCC001-B2 Start Computers 7 T 6:00P-10:00P $147 Meggison B 440 5/28-6/11 30493 CSCC301-01 Cisco CCNA Cert $1997 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30494 CSCC302-01 CompTIA Network+ $1497 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30495 CSCC303-01 MS Office 2010 $1197 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310.

EDUCATION – NON CREDIT 30535 CSED200-01 Teacher Survival $97 STAFF 5/15-6/21 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30536 CSED201-01 Classroom Website $97 STAFF 5/15-6/21 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30537 CSED202-01 Teaching Preschool $97 STAFF 5/15-6/21 Online course: For further details call x1310.

FINANCE – NON CREDIT 30538 CSFN300-01 Tax Preparer Cert $2197 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310.

HEALTH AND FITNESS – NON CREDIT 30539 CSHH001-B1 CPR & AED T 4:00P-9:00P $67 Wood H 555 5/28-5/28 30540 CSHH001-B2 CPR & AED S 9:00A-2:00P $67 Wood H 555 6/1-6/1 30541 CSHH001-B3 CPR & AED T 4:00P-9:00P $67 Wood H 555 6/4-6/4 30542 CSHH001-B4 CPR & AED T 4:00P-9:00P $67 Wood H 555 6/11-6/11 30543 CSHH013-02 ICD-10 $247 STAFF 6/5-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30544 CSHH105-B1 NCLEX Review MTWRF 10:00A-2:30P $247 McDonald H 552 5/20-6/7 Class dates: 5/20, 5/22, 5/24, 5/28, 5/29, 5/31, 6/3, 6/5, and 6/7. 30579 CSHH108-B6 CT Registry Review S 8:30A-4:30P $157 Donahue H 329 6/8-6/8 30545 CSHH360-B2 Water Aerobics TR 5:30P-6:30P $77 STAFF FH 101 5/21-6/27 30546 CSHH370-01 Elec Health Record $1497 STAFF 5/28-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310.

LANGUAGE AND TRAVEL – NON CREDIT 30547 CSLT006-B2 Sign Language WS T 6:30P-9:00P $67 Duke FA 330 5/28-6/25 30548 CSLT114-01 Speed Spanish $97 STAFF 5/15-6/21 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30549 CSLT194-01 Span/Medical Profs $97 STAFF 5/15-6/21 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30550 30551 30552 30553 30554 30555 30556

PERSONAL INTERESTS – NON CREDIT CSPI225-B2

Decorating Basics

T

7:00P-9:00P

$77

Surrette

SC 221

6/4-6/25

Pacheco Pacheco Pacheco Pacheco Pacheco Pacheco

B 544 B 544 B 544 B 544 B 544 B 544

6/1-6/1 6/8-6/8 6/8-6/8 6/1-6/1 6/8-6/8 6/1-6/1

REAL ESTATE – NON CREDIT CSRE005-B6 CSRE009-B6 CSRE021-B6 CSRE026-B6 CSRE029-B6 CSRE030-B6

Contract Law Res. Rental Agency Condos/Coop/Timesh Appraisal Process Invest Property Brokerage Relation

S S S S S S

1:15P-3:15P 1:15P-3:15P 8:00A-10:00A 10:15A-12:15P 10:15A-12:15P 8:00A-10:00A

$47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47

19


BROCKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION I CRN

Course

Title

Days

Time

Cost

Instructor

Room

NON CREDIT Session Dates

SPORTS / RECREATION – NON CREDIT 30557 CSSR025-B1 Scuba MTWR 6:00P-6:55P $107 Milauskas FH 202 6/3-6/6 Scuba MTWR 7:00P-9:00P Milauskas FH 101 6/3-6/6

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT 30558 CSTT013-02 LEED Green Assoc $597 STAFF 6/5-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 30559 CSTT020-B4 Professional Ethic R 4:45P-5:45P $37 Balutis B 222 6/6-6/6 30560 CSTT023-B4 266 CMR Regulation R 6:00P-10:00P $67 Balutis B 222 6/6-6/6 30561 CSTT027-B6 Plumbing/Home Insp S 8:30A-12:00P $57 Balutis B 222 6/8-6/8 30562 CSTT028-B6 Heating/Home Insp S 12:30P-4:00P $57 Balutis B 222 6/8-6/8 30564 CSTT315-B6 Elec C & D Renewal SU 8:00A-4:00P $207 Finkelstei B 336 6/15-6/16 30563 CSTT381-B3 Burglar Alarm W 6:00P-9:00P $67 Finkelstei T 542 6/5-6/12 30592 CSTT600-02 Supply Chain Mgmt $1497 STAFF 6/5-6/26 Online course: For further details call x1310.

CANTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION I

NON CREDIT

ART AND MUSIC – NON CREDIT 30566

CSAL015-C1

1-Stroke Paint/Adu

M

7:00P-9:00P

$107

Recca

C 416

6/3-6/24

STAFF

C 309

5/29-5/29

Hoyt

C 133

6/4-6/25

STAFF STAFF

C 309 C 309

6/3-6/10 6/20-6/27

BUSINESS SKILLS – NON CREDIT 30567

CSBU007-C3

Starting Business

W

5:30P-9:00P

$47

COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT 30568

CSCC102-C2

Excel Basic 2010

T

6:00P-9:00P

$147

FINANCE – NON CREDIT 30569 30570

CSFN008-C1 CSFN011-C4

Money Investments Stocks and Bonds

M R

6:00P-9:00P 6:00P-9:00P

$67 $67

PERSONAL INTEREST – NON CREDIT 30571 CSPI016-C3

Basic Dog Training W 6:00P-8:00P $117 STAFF 5/29-6/26

SPORTS / RECREATION – NON CREDIT 30572

CSSR209-C1

Wedding Dancing

M

7:00P-8:30P

$87

Piazza

C 404

6/3-6/24

C 211

5/30-6/27

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT 30573

CSTT320-C4

Elect D/MA Codes

R

6:00P-10:00P

$207

Finkelstei

MIDDLEBOROUGH COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION I

NON CREDIT

COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT 30574

CSCC001-M4

Start Computers 7

R

6:00P-9:00P

$147

Hoyt

MD 104

5/30-6/20

$57 Davis $57 Davis

MD 109 TBD

6/5-6/12 6/19-6/26

PERSONAL INTEREST – NON CREDIT 30575 CSPI103-M3 30576 CSPI105-M3

Digital Photograph Still Life Photo

W 7:00P-9:00P W 7:00P-9:00P

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT 30577 CSTT020-M3 Professional Ethic W 4:45P-5:45P $37 Balutis MD 109 5/29-5/29 30578 CSTT034-M3 Report Writing/HI W 6:00P-9:30P $57 Balutis MD 109 5/29-5/29 20


BROCKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION II CRN

Course

Title

Days

Time

Cost

NON CREDIT

Instructor

Room

Session Dates

STAFF

FA 325

7/15-8/7

ART AND MUSIC – NON CREDIT 40492

CSAL112-BM

Interm Acting

MW

6:30P-8:30P

$117

BUSINESS SKILLS – NON CREDIT

40493 CSBU053-BT Vet Assistant 2 T 6:00P-10:00P $217 Gouthro B 544 7/9-8/13 Saturdays: 7/27 & 8/10 9am-12pm 40494 CSBU133-BT Immigration Law T 6:00P-8:00P $97 STAFF T 220 5/28-7/30 40495 CSBU300-02 Lean Manufacturing $897 STAFF 6/12-7/31 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40496 CSBU301-02 Sarbanes Oxley Act $327 STAFF 6/26-7/31 Online course: For further details call x1310.

40497 40498 40499

COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT CSCC101-BT CSCC102-BR CSCC109-BW

Word Basic 2010 Excel Basic 2010 QuickBooks Pro

T R W

6:00P-9:00P 6:00P-9:00P 6:00P-9:00P

$147 $147 $247

Berry Berry Johnson

B 111 B 111 SC 200

7/9-7/30 7/11-8/1 6/5-7/24

EDUCATION – NON CREDIT

40582 CSED010-BM Transitional ESOL MW 9:00A-12:00P $177 Floyd Ogaw LA 220 6/3-7/31 Required pre-assessment; see course description. 40581 CSED010-BT Transitional ESOL TR 6:00P-9:00P $177 Floyd Ogaw LA 220 5/28-7/25 Required pre-assessment; see course description. 40634 CSED020-B2 GED Review TR 6:00P-9:00P $147 STAFF H 442 8/13-10/3 Pre-assessment required. Walk-in 5:30pm sharp, room H 442. Dates: Monday: 5/20; Tuesdays: 6/11, 7/16, 8/6. 40583 CSED020-BM GED Review MW 6:00P-9:00P $147 STAFF H 442 6/3-7/31 Pre-assessment required. Walk-in 5:30pm sharp, room H 442. Dates: Monday: 5/20; Tuesdays: 6/11, 7/16, 8/6. 40584 CSED203-02 Teach/ADHD Student $97 STAFF 6/19-7/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40585 CSED204-02 Teach Autism $97 STAFF 6/19-7/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40586 CSED205-03 K-12 Materials $97 STAFF 7/17-8/23 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40587 CSED206-03 Inclusive Classrm $97 STAFF 7/17-8/23 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40588 CSED207-02 GED - Science $307 STAFF 6/19-7/10 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40589 CSED208-03 GED-Social Studies $307 STAFF 7/17-8/7 Online course: For further details call x1310.

HEALTH AND FITNESS – NON CREDIT

40590 CSHH001-B1 CPR & AED T 4:00P-9:00P $67 Wood H 555 7/9-7/9 40591 CSHH001-B2 CPR & AED S 9:00A-2:00P $67 Wood H 555 7/20-7/20 40592 CSHH001-B3 CPR & AED T 4:00P-9:00P $67 Wood H 555 8/6-8/6 40593 CSHH001-B4 CPR & AED S 9:00A-2:00P $67 Wood H 555 8/3-8/3 40594 CSHH006-B1 Meditation 101 W 6:00P-7:30P $77 STAFF LA 555 6/12-7/24 40633 CSHH035-BT EMT Basic TR 6:00P-10:00P $657 STAFF B 326 5/21-8/22 Saturday class dates: 6/29, 8/3, 8/24 (8am-5pm). 40595 CSHH360-BT Water Aerobics TR 5:30P-6:30P $77 STAFF FH 101 7/9-8/15

KIDS COLLEGE – NON CREDIT

40609 CSZK001-BM STEM in Motion MTWRF 9:00A-2:00P $177 STAFF S 219 8/5-8/9 40610 CSZK002-BM Creating! MTWRF 9:00A-2:00P $347 STAFF S 219 7/8-7/19 40611 CSZK006-BM Science MTWRF 9:00A-2:00P $347 STAFF S 219 7/22-8/2

LANGUAGE AND TRAVEL – NON CREDIT

40596 CSLT115-02 Speed Spanish II $97 STAFF 6/19-7/26 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40597 CSLT185-03 Speed Spanish III $97 STAFF 7/17-8/23 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40598 CSLT193-02 Span/Law Enforcmnt $97 STAFF 6/19-7/26 Online course: For further details call x1310.

21


BROCKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION II CRN 40599 40600 40601

40602

Course

Title

Days

Time

Cost

NON CREDIT

Instructor

Room

Session Dates

Davis Davis Surrette

T 102 B 222 SC 221

5/28-7/23 7/10-7/24 7/9-7/30

Pacheco

B 547

5/28-8/6

PERSONAL INTERESTS – NON CREDIT CSPI101-BT CSPI104-BW CSPI226-BT

Photo I/Film/Digt Portrait Photo Flower/Cake Design

T W T

7:00P-9:00P 7:00P-9:00P 7:00P-9:00P

$107 $67 $77

REAL ESTATE – NON CREDIT CSRE100-BT

MA Sales Prep

T

5:45P-10:00P

$397

SPORTS AND RECREATION – NON CREDIT

40603 CSSR025-BM Scuba MTWR 6:00P-6:55P $107 Milauskas FH 202 7/15-7/18 Scuba MTWR 7:00P-9:00P Milauskas FH 101 7/15-7/18

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT

40604 CSTT315-BS Elec C & D Renewal SU 8:00A-4:00P $207 Finkelstei B 336 7/20-7/21 40606 CSTT603-03 LEED AP Opt/Maint W $367 STAFF 7/10-7/10 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40607 CSTT604-03 LEED AP Bldg/Const $367 STAFF 7/24-7/31 Online course: For further details call x1310. 40608 CSTT605-03 LEED AP Intr/Const $367 STAFF 7/31-8/7 Online course: For further details call x1310.

CANTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION II

NON CREDIT

ART AND MUSIC – NON CREDIT 40612 CSAL016-CM

Adv 1-Stroke Paint

M

7:00P-9:00P

$107

Recca

C 416

7/8-7/29

STAFF Salhaney

C 305 C 135

8/6-8/6 6/3-7/15

Hoyt

C 133

7/9-7/30

Cametti

C 402

6/6-8/1

McCarthy

C 402

5/28-9/10

BUSINESS SKILLS – NON CREDIT 40613 40614

CSBU070-CT CSBU149-CM

Get Paid to Talk Event Overview

T M

6:30P-9:00P 6:00P-8:30P

$37 $167

COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT 40615

40616

40636

CSCC202-CT

Excel 2010 Level 2

T

6:00P-9:00P

$147

EDUCATION – NON CREDIT CSED012-CR

ESOL Conversation

R

6:30P-9:00P

$117

HEALTH AND FITNESS – NON CREDIT CSHH047-CT

Pharmacy Tech-Pt 2

T

6:00P-10:00P

$367

PERSONAL INTERESTS – NON CREDIT

40618 CSPI001-CT Beg Calligraphy T 6:30P-9:00P $107 Recca C 416 7/9-7/30 40619 CSPI015-CW Train Dog Series W 6:00P-8:00P $207 STAFF 5/29-8/7 40620 CSPI017-CW AKC-CGC W 6:00P-8:00P $117 STAFF 7/10-8/7 40621 CSPI024-CW Gardening W 6:00P-8:00P $147 Watson C 133 5/29-7/31

40622

40623 40624 40625

SPORTS AND RECREATION – NON CREDIT CSSR213-CM

Swing Dancing

M

7:00P-8:30P

$87

Piazza

C 404

7/8-7/29

Balutis Balutis Finkelstei

C 401 C 401 C 211

8/1-8/1 8/1-8/1 7/11-8/8

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT CSTT020-CR CSTT023-CR CSTT321-CR

Professional Ethic 266 CMR Regulation Elect D/NFPA-Part 1

R R R

4:45P-5:45P 6:00P-10:00P 6:00P-10:00P

$37 $67 $207

22


MIDDLEBOROUGH COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION II CRN

Course

40627 CSBU070-MM 40628 CSBU130-MT

Title

Days

Time

Cost

NON CREDIT

Instructor

Room

Session Dates

BUSINESS SKILLS – NON CREDIT Get Paid to Talk Paralegal Cert

M TR

6:30P-9:00P 6:00P-10:00P

$37 STAFF $1189 STAFF

MD 109 7/15-7/15 TBD 5/23-8/8

COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT

40629 CSCC007-MM Website-Wordpress MW 6:00P-9:00P $147 STAFF MD 104 8/5-8/7

EDUCATION – NON CREDIT 40630 CSED020-MT

GED Review TR 6:00P-9:00P $147 Pre-assessment required. Walk-in 5:30pm sharp, Tuesdays: 5/14, 6/4.

Jarvinen

TBD

6/11-8/8

Balutis Balutis

MD 109 MD 109

7/17-7/17 7/24-7/24

40631 40632

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT CSTT023-MW CSTT035-MW

266 CMR Regulation Exterior Aspects/H

W W

5:30P-9:30P 6:00P-9:30P

$67 $57

Train With Someone You Trust We offer corporate & professional training at your company site or any of our locations - Brockton, Canton or Middleborough.

Summer Trainings • ServSafe, Parts 1 & 2 • OSHA 10-hrs., Parts 1 & 2 • Conflict Management • Everything DiSC Management • Excel for Project Managers, Parts 1 & 2 • QuickBooks • WordPress 101 • Microsoft Office Series (Excel, Powerpoint, Word, and Outlook) To register your staff, develop a new training, or for more information, please contact: Louise Howard, Director of Corporate & Professional Training 508-588-9100 x1302 lhoward@massasoit.mass.edu www.massasoit.mass.edu - click on “Corporate Training” New Courses!

Middleborough Center

Offering contract training in: Management & Supervision DiSC Training Health Care Training ESOL for the Workplace Computer Training LEAN Management OSHA & Safety Training Hospitality & Customer Service Sales & Marketing Visit us online for our complete training calendar!

More than 200 online courses

• GED Review

Instructor facilitated Online Courses

• Paralegal Certificate

Learn at your leisure! Convenient, affordable, effective ‑ Just a click away! Choose from more than 200 online classes with our online partners—Ed2Go, Gatlin Education, Pearson & Protrain.

• Home Inspector License Renewal Series • Digital & Still Life Photography • Start Computers 7 • Create Your First Website-Wordpress • VoiceOvers: Get Paid to Talk Plus Corporate Training programs on Wednesday afternoons, see above for training topics and details!

New Courses this Summer! • Certified Electronic Health Records (CEHRS) • Teachers Professional Series ~ PDPs available! • Casino BlackJack Dealer / Casino Poker Dealer • LEED Certifications & Exam Preparation For more information contact: ktilden@massasoit.mass.edu

23


Community Education Course Descriptions ARTS AND MUSIC – NON CREDIT CSAL015 One-Stroke Painting for Adults Learn how to paint even if you have never painted before. You will learn the hottest new techniques of decorative painting, which could be incorporated into a thriving business. Additional material fee payable the first night of class. CSAL016 Advanced 1-Stroke Painting Now that you have learned the One-Stroke basics, take it to the next level and master your skills with more advanced strokes! From the shell stroke to reverse and wiggle strokes, you will learn to create the more difficult flowers such as the iris and rose. Additional material fee payable the first night of class. CSAL111 Acting for Beginners This class is for those new to acting ages 16 and up. It is an introductory course designed to get students up on their feet and teach them some basics about acting through the use of acting techniques, tools, improv and scripted exercises. Students will develop an understanding of what acting is, what it is not, confidence, and acting skills in the areas of imagination, concentration, focus, listening and reactions. CSAL112 Intermediate Acting This class is for actors 18 and up who wish to take the next step and hone/fine-tune their existing skills as well as learning even more tools and techniques for auditioning, performing, character development, scene work, and monologues for both theater and film.

BUSINESS SKILLS – NON CREDIT CSBU007 Starting Your Business This workshop will help entrepreneurs develop a plan to start their own successful business. Entrepreneurs will learn how to test the feasibility of their idea and the steps that will turn the idea into a winning business plan. CSBU012 Casino Blackjack Dealer You’ll learn everything you need to know in order to become a professional blackjack dealer, including shuffling, how to handle cheques, limits, and betting procedures. This training will prepare you for a new and exciting career as a casino blackjack dealer. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSBU013 Casino Poker Dealer You’ll learn everything you need to know in order to become a professional poker dealer, including shuffling, how to handle cheques, limits, and betting procedures. You’ll also learn all about seven card stud, Omaha, and Texas hold ‘em. This training will prepare you for a new and exciting career as a casino poker dealer. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSBU052 Veterinary Assistant Part 1 This course is the first of a two-course certificate program. Learn invaluable veterinary hospital and office procedures and the skills needed to succeed as a Veterinary Assistant! From professional conduct, laws and effects on policy and procedures to front office and exam room procedures and administrative duties, you will also learn restraint, safety concerns and basic procedures for small animals. Textbook is required at additional cost. Must complete both courses to receive certificate and possess a GED or high school diploma. To learn more view our brochure at www.massasoit.mass.edu and click on Workforce Development.

CSBU053 Veterinary Assistant Part 2 In this second course, you will learn the legal issues regarding pharmacy and pharmacology, laboratory and surgical preparation procedures as well as introduction of Radiology and Ultrasound imaging equipment. Courses must be taken in sequential order. Must complete bothcourses to receive certificate and possess a GED or high school diploma. To learn more view our brochure at www. massasoit.mass.edu and click on Workforce Development. CSBU070 Voice Overs: Get Paid to Talk Learn how to be a voiceover actor in one night! Take a realistic and entertaining look at the various components of building a successful career. You will learn the creative and business aspects of the field and have an opportunity to record a real script under the direction of the producer. CSBU130 Paralegal Certificate Program Learn to increase your efficiency and billable hours with this intensive, nationally acclaimed, 84-hour Paralegal program. Designed for beginners as well as advanced legal workers, you will be trained to interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. No prerequisite but expect to complete a significant amount of homework for each session! Certificates issued upon successful completion of course. Additional cost for five required books, call x1509 for booklist. To learn more view our brochure at www.massasoit.mass.edu and click on Workforce Development. CSBU133 Immigration Law—Petition to Removal This course will allow students to become familiar with the basic tenants of Immigration Law. The course will include instruction on how to petition candidates for admission into the US. The course will also instruct students on the basics of the defense of the people currently in Removal (also known as Deportation proceedings) and those individuals barred from entry into the US. CSBU149 Event Planning Overview This is an overview of the event planning industry and the process of planning for all types of events. Students will gain insight into the knowledge and skills that are required to succeed in this rapidlygrowing global industry. This course is ideal for those that are currently working in the industry or for those thinking about turning that passion for planning events into a new and rewarding career! CSBU300 Lean Manufacturing Most experts agree that Lean Manufacturing is not just a toolset, rather a holistic, comprehensive, enterprise-wide program designed to be integrated into an organization’s core strategy. In addition, experts in this field believe that philosophy-based Lean Manufacturing strategy is the most effective way to launch and sustain Lean activities. This program includes Lean Strategies, Lean Logic, Lean Value, Lean Techniques and Test Prep to the final exam. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSBU301 Sarbanes Oxley Act Training The series of corporate financial scandals that took place in the United States has led to the framing of new legislation called Sarbanes-Oxley Act. This legislation was implemented to help strengthen corporate governance, restore investor confidence, and eliminate corporate corruption. The law was intended to bolster public confidence in the nation’s capital markets and imposes new duties and significant penalties for non-compliance to executives, directors, auditors attorneys and securities analysts in public companies. This course is delivered online. For more information, call x1310. 24


Community Education Course Descriptions COMPUTER COURSES – NON CREDIT

CSCC001 Get Started with Computers Windows 7 Thinking about getting that first computer but don’t know where to begin? This workshop in Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 7, is designed for the novice personal or business user. Stepby-step instruction will present new and enhanced features including the Start menu, taskbar, Aero Peek, Shake, file handling functionality, new Libraries, revel features and MORE! A textbook is required. CSCC007 Create Your First Website–Wordpress Have you ever wished you could build a website for your organization, church or personal use but thought you didn’t have the expertise? In this course, after two sessions, you will build a great looking, fully functional website, and the best part is no technical skills are required. CSCC101 Word 2010: Basic Level Learn how to use the most popular word processing program on the market! From general overview to time-saving basics, you will gain confidence in use of Word 2010. MS Word 2010 software is used in this class. Textbook may be required. CSCC102 Excel 2010: Basic Level Explore a variety of practical uses for a well-constructed spreadsheet. From designing your own spreadsheet to built-in functions, you will learn to simplify formulas and consolidate multiple spreadsheets. MS Excel 2010 software is used in this class. Textbook may be required. CSCC109 QuickBooks Pro Quickbooks Pro is a simplified computerized bookkeeping system. This 21-hour course will provide you with hands-on experience as you learn all the details involved in creating a company from the start and walk through all the phases of the program. Basic computer knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Windows is required. For backup purposes, please bring a memory stick to class. CSCC202 Excel 2010: Level 2 From modifying and formatting worksheets to special effects, continue to build your skills with this advanced course. MS Excel 2010 software is used in this class. Textbook may be required. CSCC301 Cisco CCNA Certification The Cisco CCNA Online Training Program will give you the essential knowledge to install, configure, and operate simple routed LANs and WANs. You’ll learn about switched LAN Emulation networks made up of Cisco equipment while you prepare for Cisco certification. The program provides focused coverage of Cisco router configuration procedures, which are mapped to exam objectives to prepare you for Cisco Exam 640-802. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSCC302 CompTIA Network & Certification In this program, you’ll learn the fundamentals you need to obtain a CompTIA Network & certification and start a career as a network technician. You’ll master basic networking concepts and learn about network design, security, routing, and switching. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSCC303 MS Office 2010 Looking for a way to get up to speed on the newest version of Microsoft Office, then this course is for you! Whether you’re upgrading from an earlier version or encountering the Office applications for the first time, you’ll appreciate this simplified approach. This course covers MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access and Publisher. For more information call x1310.

EDUCATION – NON CREDIT

CSED010 Transitional ESOL This 48-hour course is designed to bring students to the level of Massasoit’s college credit ESOL classes. Students who successfully complete this course may register for the first level of college credit ESOL courses in the following semester. This course focuses on speaking, listening, reading, and writing. To register for the class, students must first take the ESOL assessment test to determine if their level of English proficiency is appropriate. Please call extension 1790 to schedule an ESOL assessment test. CSED012 ESOL Conversation for Daily Life The ESOL conversation class is designed to provide non-native speakers with the opportunity to build skills and confidence in their oral communication skills through practice and repetition. Activities will focus on real-life discussions, in group and pair activities, with emphasis on vocabulary building, pronunciation, and comprehension. Learners will develop techniques to strengthen both listening and speaking competencies in order to more fully participate in discussions with native speakers. There are four available areas for focused class conversations: health, home and family, community, and work. As a group, the class will decide on their preferred topic. Practice in speaking the English language provides confidence, marketable skills, and fun. Join us for this enjoyable class. CSED020 GED Review Course This 48-hour course is designed to prepare students to take the GED test. From English language, writing, and mathematic skills to use of the GED test-specific calculator, you receive a basic understanding of GED test taking skills. A GED pre-assessment is required. CSED200 Survival Kit for New Teachers In this teacher development course, you will learn from a veteran instructor the secrets of achieving success in your new teaching career. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED201 Creating a Classroom Website In this teacher development course, you’ll learn how to create a classroom website and how having one can make you a more effective and dynamic teacher. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED202 Preschool: Year of Inspiring Lessons In this teacher development course, you’ll learn how to come up with creative and balanced preschool lesson plans for every month of the school year. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED203 Teaching Students with ADHD In this teacher development course, learn practical strategies for helping children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) succeed in school. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED204 Teaching Students with Autism In this teacher development course, learn to help your students with high-functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome unlock their potential in the classroom. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

25


Community Education Course Descriptions CSED205 Creating K-12 Learning Materials In this teacher development course, learn to increase student performance by converting your ideas for instructional aids into reality. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED206 Creating the Inclusive Classroom In this teacher development course, you’ll get the training you need to reach the diverse mix of students you face every day–learning proven strategies that turn diversity into opportunity. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED207 GED - Science This course will review the skills necessary to pass the Science portion of the GED. Topics include: Biology, Earth and Space Science, and Physical Science. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSED208 GED - Social Studies This course will review the skills necessary to pass the Social Studies portion of the GED. Topics include: World History, US History, Civics and Government, Economics, and Geography. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

FINANCE – NON CREDIT

CSFN008 Investments - Money, Money, Money A basic course on how to make money and keep it. A discussion of 401(k)s, money market funds, Roth IRAs, penny stocks, hot tips, as well as figuring out your game plan. CSFN011 The Stock and Bond Markets Learn to read stock tables! From IPs to Dollar Coast Averaging, you will learn how to do your own research and the 7 keys of successful investing! CSFN300 Professional Tax Preparer Certification This course is designed to prepare individuals fully in personal and business returns. Upon certification, qualified individuals receive the PTP designation, assuring potential employers and clients that they are qualified to take care of all their income tax needs expertly. Books included. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

HEALTH AND FITNESS – NON CREDIT CSHH001 Basic Life Support—CPR & AED This course is designed to provide you with the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely, and effective manner. This course incorporates the 2010 ECC standards. Textbook required. For more information call x1776. CSHH006 Meditation 101 Did you know that a regular practice for at least 30 minutes can help to reduce stress, lower blood pressure and so much more? Meditation is an ancient healing art that has been practiced for over 5,000 years. Join this six-week journey exploring this ancient healing art and let the path of meditation transform you from within for a greater sense of peace, health and well-being.

CSHH013 ICD-10 (Self-Paced) This self-paced course is an overview of the ICD-10 for both diagnosis and procedure coding. It covers the transition from ICD-9 to ICD10 and reviews the changes and updates. Learn new codes, the structure, and nature of the characters. You will also learn how to use the appropriate reference manuals and guides to create diagnosis codes from ICD-10-CM and procedure codes from the ICD-10-PCS. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSHH035 EMT Basic Training Course Designed to prepare you to become eligible for the MA EMT basic certification exam, you will learn how to handle medical, traumatic and psychiatric emergencies through 136-hours of lecture, 10-hours of clinical lab, and 5 patient assessments. Internet access is required in order to complete course assignments and tests. Certificates are issued upon successful completion of the course. Additional fees for required textbook, state exam and cost of uniforms. To learn more view our brochure at www.massasoit.mass.edu and click on Workforce Development. CSHH 047 Pharmacy Technician Part 2 This course is the 2nd of a 2-course certificate program. Building on Part 1, Part 2 will continue to train students on the fundamental and specific skills required of a pharmacy technician. College certificate issued upon successful completion of both courses. Applicants must be 18 years old, possess a GED or high school diploma, good command of the English language along with strong math skills. Additional fees for required textbook and national exam. To learn more view our brochure at www.massasoit.mass.edu and click on Workforce Development. CSHH105 Nursing Review for NCLEX Exam This course is a comprehensive and systematic State board review for RNs to successfully pass the NCLEX exam. To learn more, view our brochure at www.massasoit.edu and click on Workforce Development. CSHH108 Computerized Tomography Registry Review You can prepare for the advanced Computerized Tomography examination through this specially designed course. A comprehensive review will be accomplished during this 8-hour course. Students have taken this course in order to successfully complete the exam. You won’t want to miss this opportunity! CSHH360 Water Aerobics In this vigorous deep-water aerobics class, learn strength training and perform moderate to high level cardiovascular jogging using floatation belts and resistive gloves. Prerequisite: Swimming skills not required but will spend 75% of class in deep water. You will not be underwater but may be splashed and will need to complete a confidential short medical questionnaire for instructor. CSHH370 Certified Electronic Health Records This practical, hands-on course introduces you to the electronic health record (EHR) and shows you how to become proficient in using EHR software on the job. You will gain a thorough understanding of both the terminology of EHR systems and the practical use of such systems in a health care provider office setting. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

26


Community Education Course Descriptions KIDS COLLEGE – NON CREDIT CSZK001 STEM in Motion Do you want to try something new? Let’s build a robotic hand and test its talents! People are talking about Green Technology and Sustainability to take care of the Earth. What does that mean? Let’s design and build a solar oven and make a great dessert. Let’s meet women who work in science and find out what they do and why they love it. Working in teams and groups to create and build fun projects, we’ll explore and experiment together. Express your creativity in a new way! This course is designed for students entering grades 7 to 9 in the fall 2013. Course fee includes supplies. Students will need to bring a snack and lunch. CSZK002 Look What I Created! This week will introduce students to basic concepts in science, math, and engineering. Our goal is to spark scientific imagination through creative and challenging projects. We encourage teamwork and social responsibility. Is there an idea for constructing a bridge lurking in the back of your brain that we can test? Would you like to learn how to design and build a simple machine? Would you like to try your hand at studying habitats where local animals live? This is your chance to test your ideas or simply find out how things work. We’ll explore our world through science and use math to explain what happened. Team projects can include many topics. Sign on to join this investigative team and let’s head outdoors together to have some fun, to look at the world around us, and to figure out how does “that” work. Warning: after having this much fun, you may never look at science and math in the same way again! This course is designed for students entering grades 4 to 6 in the fall of 2013. Course fee includes supplies. CSZK006 Science Investigative Team Students will investigate the world around them through the eye of an engineer using science and math. Test materials to determine their characteristics then use what you learn to create your own unique design. Then we’ll put your design to the test to see how it works. We’ll explore a variety of topics that are fun and interesting, such as ecology, health and the body, physics and the environment. Let’s work together with team games and eye-opening, hands-on activities. This course is designed for students entering grades 7 to 9 in the fall of 2013. Course fee includes supplies.

LANGUAGE AND TRAVEL – NON CREDIT

CSLT006 Sign Language Workshop The Sign Language Workshop builds conversational signs, storytelling, and signed music. All levels are welcomed. Certificates awarded. Basic sign language skills are needed. CSLT114 Speed Spanish I Six easy recipes you can use to glue Spanish words together into sentences. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSLT115 Speed Spanish II Unlike any other Spanish classes. When you’ve completed both this course and Speed Spanish I, you’ll be on your way to fluency. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

CSLT185 Speed Spanish III Unlike any other Spanish classes. When you’ve completed both this course and Speed Spanish II, you’ll be on your way to fluency. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSLT193 Spanish/Law Enforcement Professional Master the fundamentals of the Spanish language by practicing basic conversational skills and learning essential Spanish terminology for law enforcement situations. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSLT194 Spanish for Medical Professionals Learn medical Spanish quickly and easily, honing your basic conversational skills and mastering key healthcare words and phrases. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310

PERSONAL INTERESTS – NON CREDIT

CSPI001 Beginning Calligraphy Learn the ancient “Fine Art of Writing” called Calligraphy. Emphasize your own style in this easy italic design while learning the basic technique. Perfect for any age, this course will enable you to create innovative and interpretive artwork, writings and projects and improve your penmanship at the same time. Additional material fee payable the first night of class. CSPI015 Dog Training Series Students who register for this course will receive a discounted rate and will be automatically signed up for both courses in the Dog Training Series. CSPI016 Basic Dog Training Student and animal will learn the basic obedience skills: sit, down, and stand, along with “stay” in each position, come when called, walk on a loose leash, allowing handling, inspection, examination, and grooming. CSPI017 AKC-Canine Good Citizen This course will build on the Basic Dog Training course and will cover the following: accepting a friendly stranger, greeting another dog, walking through a crowd, ignoring distractions, and a supervised separation. CSPI024 Introduction to Gardening Are you interested in getting your garden off to a great start? Learn the basics of botany, soils, planting, pruning, composting, and mulching. Plant health care will be discussed. Proper garden preparation is the key. This course is for the novice gardener. CSPI101 Photography I / Film / Digital Learn to avoid common errors and transform your snapshots into photographs! The class will be technical only enough to show how your camera works and how to manipulate the controls to achieve the effect you desire. From using natural and artificial light to working with digital images, you’ll learn to use your camera to its fullest potential. This is not a darkroom class. CSPI103 Digital Photography Learn how to make digital photography easy and fun! From selecting the right camera and printer to transferring, storing, printing and sharing images, you will learn basic photography techniques to get the most from any camera. This beginner class requires no experience and no camera is needed. 27


Community Education Course Descriptions CSPI104 Portrait Photography Basics Learn the basics of studio portraiture in 3 evening classes! From simple techniques of lighting and posing to using these skills to photograph each other, you’ll have the ability to create attractive business or pleasure portraits. CSPI105 Still Life Photography Skills Learn the simple techniques of still life photography. This twoevening class will teach and show you the basic skills and equipment needed to produce better still life photos for hobby or business. CSPI225 Decorating Basics Start decorating amazing birthday & holiday cakes now! An experienced Wilton Method instructor will guide you through every step— baking, icing, flower-making, borders and more. You can do it! Additional material fee payable the first night of class. CSPI226 Flowers and Cake Design Add to your Decorating Basics course skills—create breathtaking icing flower arrangements to enhance any cake! An experienced Wilton Method instructor will guide you through every step. You can do it! Additional material fee payable the first night of class.

REAL ESTATE – NON CREDIT

CSRE005 Contract Law / Real Estate License Topics include elements of a valid real estate contract, assignment, notation, equitable vs. legal title, unenforceable vs. enforceable, buyer agency contract, elements of a listing contract, offer to purchase, acceptance, termination and more! CSRE009 Residential Rental / Real Estate License Topics include landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities, security deposits, last month’s rent, eviction for non-payment or possession, terminating the tenancy. Fair Housing Laws-Anti-discrimination, MGL Chapter 151B, MA Commission Against Discrimination, MGL Chapter 93A, de-leading, lead paint issues, MGL Chapter 111 and more! CSRE021 Condo / Coop / Timeshare / Real Estate License Topics include terms and concepts, condominium formation, master deed, unit deed, common areas, by-laws, condo fees, rules and regulations, closing requirements, condo financing, conversion, major conversion provision, time to vacate and more! CSRE026 Appraisal Process / Real Estate License Topics include terms and concepts, purpose, history and development of the profession, value elements, environmental influences to value, economic variables to value, appraisal approach, cost approach, physical deterioration, functional obsolescence and economic obsolescence. CSRE029 Investment Property / Real Estate License Topics include valuation of quality of cash flow stream for purchase and lending purposes; understanding and calculating the concepts of value, capitalization rates; what the investor wants in assessing the risk; definition and formula for the Band of Investment approach; importance of income stream as compared to ‘Brick and Mortar Approach’ and much more! CSRE030 Real Estate Brokerage Relationships Topics include history of brokerage relationships; definition of basic terms in real estate brokerage; use of Massachusetts Mandatory

Licensee-Consumer disclosure; fiduciary; informed consent; vicarious liability; types of brokerage relations in Massachusetts; seller and buyer agency, dual and designated agency, alternative business models and much more! CSRE100 MA Real Estate Sales License Preparation This course will present the information necessary to take and pass the Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson’s Examination and meets the requirements of the MA Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons for license preparation. The course meets the new education requirements for classroom preparation for the Real Estate Salesperson. Classroom preparation for the Salesperson Examination has increased from 24 hours to 40 hours.

SPORTS AND RECREATION – NON CREDIT CSSR025 Scuba Explore the last great frontier on this planet! Experience weightlessness, adventure and beauty in our Olympic-size pool. Additional cost for textbook and required equipment, call x1509 for more information. Upon successful completion, you become eligible to register at SUBSEA DIVERS of East Bridgewater for 4-open water training dives that result in an International Certification. Additional fees apply and are payable to SUBSEA DIVERS at the scheduled dive date. CSSR209 Wedding Dancing Don’t sit there at one more wedding wishing you could dance–get up and get dancing! Designed for wedding couples, wedding party, family and friends, you’ll enjoy learning Foxy and Foxtrot. Two great slow dances everyone will love! CSSR213 Swing Dancing Come see what your feet are really meant for! Swing is one of the most popular, all around fun, upbeat social dances. Designed to teach the single and triple step swing allowing you to get out on the floor to different tempos of swing. This class is fast, fun and easy.

TECHNICAL TRAINING – NON CREDIT

CSTT013 LEED Green Assoc Prep (Self-Paced) This 16-hour, self-paced course examines green design, construction and operations concepts that are fundamental to the LEED green building rating system. It will prepare students to sit for the LEED Green Associate exam given by USGBC. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSTT020 Home Inspector Professional Ethics This course will provide licensed home inspectors with a one-hour review of the standards of professional and ethical conduct as set forth by the MA Board of Registration of Home Inspectors. CSTT023 266 CMR Regulations for Home Inspectors This course will provide licensed home inspectors with a four-hour review of the 266 CMR regulations including the MA Standards of Practice. Numerous illustrations will be used to teach each system that a home inspector is required to know, identify and report on. CSTT027 Plumbing / Gas Systems / Home Inspection This course is designed to improve the licensed Home Inspector’s understanding of basic principles necessary to recognize problems in plumbing and gas systems in residential properties. You will be 28


Community Education Course Descriptions trained to make observations and judgments regarding acceptable installation and operation of systems, as well as requirements for fixtures, materials, water temperature, pipe sizing, and venting. Basic observations will be made from CMR 248 Fuel Gas and Plumbing Code as it relates to home inspection. (3.5 contact hours) CSTT028 Heating Systems / Home Inspection This course is designed to assist licensed home inspectors in understanding and recognizing adequately installed and operating residential heating systems. Discussion will focus on warm air furnaces, boilers, and oil distribution systems. An overview of applicable MA State Code will be addressed as it relates to the home inspection process. (3.5 contact hours) CSTT034 Report Writing for Home Inspection This course will use the 266 CMR as a guide in assisting home inspectors in the development of their required home inspection reports (3.5 contact hours). CSTT035 Exterior Aspects of Home Inspection This course provides a discussion of the elements to look for on the exterior of a home when conducting a home inspection. Learn to make an informed assessment of outside features provides valuable insights about the interior, as well as the general condition of the home (3.5 contact hours). CSTT315 15-Hour MCE C & D License Renewal Course Every C & D license expires on July 31, 2013. You must complete a 15hour MCE course before July 31, 2013 in order to hold a valid license after that date. The State Board of Examiners of Electricians requires attendees to bring a 2011 National Electrical code. This book can be purchased through NFPA 1-800-344-3555, www.nfpa.org, or MECA 1-800-231-6322, www.mecanetwork.org. Upon completion of this 15-hour course and the 6-hour professional development workshop, your requirements will be complete. CSTT320 Electrician D License / MA Bldg Code One of 12 State-approved and mandated courses required to fulfill the NEW 300-hour classroom training requirement for the Electrician D-License. This course details the Massachusetts State Building Codes in relation to fire detection systems. Participants must possess a high school diploma or GED. CSTT321 Electrician D License / NFPA-Part 1 One of 12 State-approved and mandated courses required to fulfill the NEW 300-hour classroom training requirement for the Electrician D-License. This course is an introduction to NFPA-72. Participants must possess a high school diploma or GED. CSTT381 Burglar Alarm Basics This course is designed to meet the State Electrician Board requirement for an additional six-hour Professional Development Workshop and is appropriate for A, B, C, and D license-holders. The course will provide the basic information needed for burglar technicians and electricians to install burglar systems correctly. Wiring methods, codes, and layout will be covered. NFPA72 Code Book suggested. CSTT600 Green Supply Chain Professional Our GSCP certification program is designed to give our graduates a comprehensive knowledge of the sustainability areas confronting supply chain and operations professionals. This program will provide

508-588-9100 • 781-821-2222

the graduate with very unique credentials and experience. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSTT603 LEED AP Operations / Maintenance Replacing the LEED AP for Existing Buildings exam track, this specialty provides a standard for professionals participating in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings that implement sustainable practices and reduce the environmental impact of a building over its functional life cycle. Exam simulation prep included. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310. CSTT604 LEED AP Building Design / Construction Replacing the LEED AP for New Construction exam track, this specialty provides a standard for professionals participating in the design and construction phases of high-performance, healthful, durable, affordable, and environmentally sound commercial, institutional, and high-rise residential buildings. Exam simulation prep included. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

CSTT605 LEED AP Interior Design / Construction For professionals participating in the design and construction of environmentally responsible, high-performance commercial spaces and tenant improvements that provide healthful, productive places to work and are less costly to operate and maintain, the LEED AP Interior Design and Construction exam is designed to measure your knowledge and skill in understanding the LEED Rating System and ability to facilitate the project certification process. Exam simulation prep included. This course is delivered online. For more information call x1310.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR NON-CREDIT COURSES

Registration forms are available for download at: www.massasoit.mass.edu/forms To register for a class at any of our locations, you can:

• Come to the Registrar’s Office • Mail your completed form • Fax your completed form to: 781.401.9804 • Email your completed form to: registrar@massasoit.mass.edu

Withdrawal and Refund Information You must complete and submit in person a withdrawal form, which is available at any of our locations. Withdrawals before the start of the first class are granted a 100% refund. Withdrawals after the first class are refunded 0-50% depending on the length of the course. For more information call: 508-588-9100 x1307

www.massasoit.mass.edu 29


MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

MASSACHUSETTS COMMUNITY COLLEGES - IN-STATE TUITION ELIGIBILITY FORM Last Name______________________________________________First Name_________________________________MI________ Street Address_______________________________City_________________________State_____________Zip Code____________ SSN# or Student I.D. Number_____________________________________________________Date of Birth____________________ Are you a U.S. Citizen?___________Yes___________No. If not, please complete the following: Are you a Permanent Resident?______Yes _________No (If yes, list alien registration number:______________________________) If you are not a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, please state your Visa or immigration status in detail:_________________________ Please check the in-state or reduced tuition eligibility category that applies to you: _____I have been a Massachusetts resident for six (6) continuous months and intend to remain here. As proof of my intent to remain in Massachusetts, I possess at least 2 of the following documents, which I shall present to the institution upon request. These documents* are dated within one (1) year of the start date of the academic semester for which I seek to enroll (except possibly for my high school diploma). The institution reserves the right to make any additional inquiries regarding the applicant’s status and to require submission of any additional documentation it deems necessary. Please check-off those documents you possess as proof of your intent to remain in Massachusetts.

_____Valid Driver’s license

_____Utility bills*

_____Employment pay stub*

_____Valid Car registration

_____Voter registration*

_____State/Federal tax returns*

_____Mass. High School Diploma

_____Signed lease or rent receipt* _____Military home of record*

_____Record of parents’ residency for unemancipated person*

_____Other___________________

_____I am an eligible participant in the New England Board of Higher Education’s Regional Student Program. _____I am a member of the armed forces (or spouse or unemancipated child) on active duty in Massachusetts. Certification of Information I certify that this information is true and accurate. I understand that any misrepresentation, omission or incorrect information shall be cause for disciplinary action up to dismissal, with no right of appeal or to a tuition refund. Applicant Signature:__________________________________________________________________________Date:_____________ Parent/Guardian Signature (Applicant is Under 18 Years Old):_________________________________________Date:_____________ FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY - DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOX I have reviewed the above information in order to determine this individual’s eligibility to receive the in-state tuition rate. Based on my review I have determined that this individual: _____IS eligible for the in-state tuition rate.

_____IS NOT eligible for the in-state tuition rate.

_____I am unable to make a determination at this time. The following additional information has been requested from the applicant: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Authorized College Personnel:_________________________________________________________Date:____________ PRIVACY STATEMENT By completing the registration form, I understand that the information will be held in confidence and Massasoit Community College will only disclose information to authorized school officials who act in the student’s educational interest within the limitations of their “need to know” and to authorized government entities. Massasoit Community College strictly adheres to FERPA (Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974) (http://www.massasoit.mass.edu//misc/ferpa.cfm) which sets forth requirements regarding the privacy of student records. Any inquiries or concerns regarding the methods of holding data and types of data to be held may be addressed to the Vice President of Enrollment Management. NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION Massasoit Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, maternity leave, and national origin in its education programs or employment pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 151B and 151C, Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Americans with Disabilities Act, and regulations promulgated thereunder, 34 C.F.R. Part 100 (Title VI), Part 106 (Title IX) and Part 104 (Section 504). All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to the College’s Executive Officer for Institutional Diversity and Affirmative Action Officer, Joyce Zymaris, Brockton Campus, Administration Building A234, 508-588-9100, ext. 1304. CORI/SORI Students interested in participating in an Academic or Non-credit program that involves working with children, the disabled, or vulnerable populatons including a clinical affiliation with a private and/or public health care provider, may be required to undergo Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and/or a Sex Offender Record Information (SORI) checks. Unsatisfactory CORI status will prohibit participation in Clinical/Internship experiences. CORI checks may be performed pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 6, Sections 167-178B, and consistent with guidelines promulgated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health. SORI checks may be performed pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 6, Sections 178C.

30


massasoit community college

Mail-In/Fax-In Registration (Credit Courses) Deadline: Summer I - May 17, 2013; Summer II - June 28, 2013 Mail Completed Form to: MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE One Massasoit Blvd., Brockton, MA 02302-3996 or fax form with credit card authorization to: Fax # 781-401-9804

SUMMER 2013 STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM*

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

STREET ADDRESS

CITY

CELL PHONE

-

OTHER PHONE

HOME

MIDDLE NAME

SSN OR STUDENT I.D. NUMBER

STATE

ZIP CODE

DATE OF BIRTH

WORK

*NOTE: ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING IN CREDIT COURSES MUST COMPLETE THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS FORM

Race/Ethnicity: (Optional) Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic/Latino? Yes No In addition, select one or more racial categories to describe yourself: American Indian/Alaskan Native

Haitian

Asian

Black/African-American

Cape Verdean

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Have you attended Massasoit before?

Yes

No

White

Male

Veteran

Female

Dependent of veteran

High School student

Member of the armed forces

If you have a disability for which you believe you need a reasonable accomodation, please contact the Disabilities Services Providers at Ext. 1805 or 2132.

NOTE: Please be advised that ceasing to attend a class DOES NOT constitute a withdrawal. If the proper form is not completed, a grade of Failure (F) will be recorded and financial aid, if awarded, may be cancelled.

Summer Session I CRN

COURSE / SECTION

COURSE TITLE

Summer Session II CRN

COURSE / SECTION

COURSE TITLE

1._____________________________________________________________________________

1._____________________________________________________________________________

2._____________________________________________________________________________

2._____________________________________________________________________________

3._____________________________________________________________________________

3._____________________________________________________________________________

Non-degree students must submit proof of successful completion of prerequisite(s) along with the registration form. TUITION REFUND POLICY: CREDIT COURSES - Withdrawal before classes begin, 100% of tuition and fees. Withdrawal during the first two calendar days of summer session, 100% of tuition and fees, less $50. Withdrawal during the 3rd and 4th day of each session, 50% of tuition and fees. NO REFUND AFTER THE 4TH CALENDAR DAY OF EACH SESSION. NON-CREDIT COURSES WITHDRAWAL & TUITION REFUND POLICY: Withdrawals before the start of the first class are granted a 100% refund. Withdrawals after the first class are refunded 0-50% depending on the length of the course.

Student Signature

PAYMENT BY:

Date Cost Calculation Please be sure to check page 3 of this brochure for cost information.

Credit Hours x $169 = $ + Course Fees (For Science, Allied Health and Online courses) $ Credit Card + Community Education Courses $ TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $ Check

Tuition for non-Massachusetts residents (out-of-state and foreign) is $375 per credit. CHARGE CARD AUTHORIZATION ACCOUNT NUMBER

MONTH

YEAR

EXPIRATION DATE

­­­­­______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NAME AS SHOWN ON CARD SIGNATURE OF CARDHOLDER


2013 Summer Brochure