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Spring 2009 Course Bulletin Credit Courses day, evening, 8 week cycles, hybrid, and online

Community Education Noncredit courses for enrichment and fun, GED, community resources

Business & Industry and Professional Development Noncredit Clases de Inglés (ESL) en Enero 2009 workforce development and occupational skills más información en la página 68. “Hybrid” classes: save on gas by attending classes one day a week. See page 18-19.

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Gardner • Leominster • Fitchburg • Devens Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284


On behalf of the trustees, faculty, and staff, I invite you to explore all that is available to you at Mount Wachusett Community College. This spring offers developments that will help to make your education more convenient, and even more “green.” MWCC is introducing a new four day schedule. Most spring classes are now scheduled either Monday/ Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, so most students will not have to attend classes on Fridays. The Devens Campus is also offering several “hybrid” courses which allow you to attend class once a week while completing the rest of your coursework from home. Just as the “hybrid” car saves on gas, so do these convenient courses.

In our noncredit section, you will find a new series of “green” courses on page 48 that can help you to build your skills in green technology. Several certificates and courses are available in subjects such as water treatment, air quality, energy analysis, solar hot water heating, photovoltaic systems, and much more. As always, MWCC offers several credit courses as well as noncredit professional development and community education courses to help you reach your goals or make your free time more enjoyable. Take advantage of all we have to offer. Enroll today! Sincerely,

Daniel M. Asquino, Ph.D. President, MWCC

Healthcare Dream Achieved at MWCC Inspired by a family friend, Tenneal Perron had her sights set on a career in nursing ever since she was a teenager. She was working her way through prerequisite courses in Rhode Island when her husband was named police chief of a North Central Massachusetts community. Once her family was settled into their new home, the former aesthetician resumed her mission of entering the field of healthcare. She had her prior course credits transferred to MWCC, enrolled in the Practical Nurse (PN) program, and picked up where she left off. “The faculty did an excellent job of building a solid foundation of knowledge. Many of us had families and jobs, and they helped us balance studies and clinical work,” she said. “It’s very gratifying to be able to not only care for people, but educate and empower people to take charge of their own health.” The program incorporates a wide range of healthcare experiences in a variety of clinical settings. Tenneal Perron ’07 Practical Nurse Alumna

At MWCC, Perron served as class representative, acting as a liaison between students and faculty and chairing the pinning ceremony committee. She focused on pulmonary care as a specialty, and is now working in a pulmonary clinic. In the future, she plans to continue her studies to become a Registered Nurse through MWCC’s Licensed Practical Nurse Bridge to Nursing associate degree program. Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) provide care for sick and injured patients under the direction of physicians and registered nurses. MWCC’s Practical Nursing Certificate provides short-term education leading to a rewarding healthcare career. After passing the licensure exam, graduates can pursue careers in hospitals, physician’s offices, rehabilitation centers, out patient settings, residential care facilities or in home care. MWCC offers PN Certificate programs at its campuses in Gardner and Devens.

For more information about enrolling in this program, contact the Enrollment Center, (978) 630-9110, email admissions@mwcc.mass.edu


Table of Contents

Courses Dates & Descriptions

General Information........................................................1-6 Registration Information.................................................................... 1-2 Campus Contacts and Directions ...................................................... 3-4 Associate Degree & Certificate List........................................................5 Credit Courses............................................................. 7-45 Credit Course Information................................................... 6 Course Schedule by Campus & Format............................................ 7-23 Intersession (Jan. 5–16)........................................................................7 Gardner Campus.............................................................................. 8-10 CISCO Academy at Worcester Tech. (NEW).........................................10 Leominster Campus....................................................................... 11-16 • Full Semester (Jan. 20 - May 13).................................................11 • Cycle I (Jan. 20 - Mar. 12)..................................................... 12-14 • Cycle II (Mar. 23 - May 13).................................................... 14-16 Devens Campus............................................................................. 16-18 • Full Semester (Jan. 20 - May 13).................................................17 • Devens Cycle I (Jan. 21 - Mar. 11)...............................................18 • Devens Cycle II (Mar. 23 - May 13).............................................18 • Hybrid Cycle I (Jan. 20 - Mar. 12).......................................... 18-19 • Hybrid Cycle II (Mar. 23 - May 13)..............................................19 MWCC Online Courses................................................................... 20-22 • Full Semester (Jan. 20 - May 13)........................................... 20-22 • Spanis Courses............................................................................22 • Cycle I (Jan. 20 - Mar. 11)...........................................................22 • Cycle II (Mar. 23 - May 13)..........................................................22 Mass. Colleges Online..........................................................................23 All Credit Courses—All Locations.....................................24-45 Noncredit Courses & Programs........................................46-64 Business & Professional Development...............................46-59 Training for Business & Industry.........................................................46 Institute for Nonprofit Development.....................................................47 Communications Skills........................................................................48 Going Green (NEW)....................................................................... 48-49 Healthcare Training..............................................................................49 Internet & Computing Skills.................................................................49 Management & Leadership (NEW)................................................. 50-51 Microsoft Office Professional Series.............................................. 52-53 OSHA Safety Training...........................................................................54 Sales....................................................................................................54 Spanish................................................................................................54 Website Development..........................................................................55 Wedding & Party Planning...................................................................55 Ed 2 Go Online Learning......................................................................56 Online Training Programs (Gatlin).................................................. 57-59 AutoCAD........................................................................................57 Business.................................................................................. 57-58 Card Dealing..................................................................................58 Computers............................................................................... 58-59 Construction Technology...............................................................59 Interior Design...............................................................................59 Pharmacy.......................................................................................59 Veterinary Assistant.......................................................................59 Video Game Design & Development..............................................59 Community Education...................................................57-67 Academic, College, & Test Preparation................................................60 Art & Leisure........................................................................................60 Autism Awareness...............................................................................60 Comedy................................................................................................61 Dance...................................................................................................61 Food & Drink........................................................................................61 Home Inspection..................................................................................61 Interior Design.....................................................................................62 Landscaping.........................................................................................62 Money & Investment............................................................................62 New Age...............................................................................................63 Photography........................................................................................63 SAT Preparation...................................................................................64 Scrapbooking.......................................................................................64 Writing.................................................................................................64 Fitness & Wellness Center...................................................................65 GED Testing.........................................................................................66 Gateway to College (alternative high school).......................................67 English-as-a-Second Language............................................................67 Información en Español.....................................................68 Notices....................................................................69-70 Tuition & Fees............................................................70-71 Noncredit Registration Form...............................................72 Credit Registration Form.........................................back cover

Credit Courses (pages 7-45 in dark pink) Jan. 5-16 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 10

Two week Intersession courses Classes begin—all campuses: day, evening, & Cycle I Last day to add a class Last day to withdraw and receive a partial refund

Feb. 16 Mar. 12 Mar. 23 Mar. 30-Apr. 3 Mar. 30 Apr. 20 May 6 May 8-13 May 13 May 20

Presidents Day—no classes Cycle I courses end Cycle II courses begin Advising/registration week Last day to drop a class without grade penalty Patriots Day celebrated—no classes Last day of classes Final exams Cycle II courses end Commencement

Full Semester (Jan. 20 - May 13)

16-week semester courses. Weekday and weekend courses available.

8 Week Cycles

8-week courses that meet twice a week. Courses are offered Mondays/Wednesdays or Tuesdays/Thursdays, mornings, afternoons, or late evenings. Two cycles are offered during the course of a full semester.

• Cycle I: Jan. 20 - Mar. 12 • Cycle II: Mar. 23 - May 13

Complete a program 2 classes, 2 nights per week

Hybrid Courses

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General Information

Registration Information

Complete your course half in-class, half online.

Distance Learning • Online (Jan. 20 - May 13, unless otherwise noted) Complete an online course from home using interactive computer correspondence, textbooks, supplemental reading, and CD’s.

• Mass Colleges Online

Business & Professional Development Noncredit (pages 46-59 in lime green) Community Education Noncredit (pages 57-67 in brown)

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

A consortium of Massachusetts’ 15 community colleges and nine state colleges which have joined to share convenient and flexible online courses and programs with students throughout the state and beyond. Students register and buy books through MWCC and follow the schedule of the college providing the course. www.mco.mass.edu


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Registration Information Credit Courses Continuing Students:

Register Now

Those enrolled in classes within the last 12 months may: • register online (see instructions to the right) • register in person at the Enrollment Center • complete and return the registration form on the inside back cover of this booklet. Send it in by mail, fax, or phone (see below). To pay by credit card, we recommend that you phone in your registration.

New/Former Students:

Students new to MWCC, or those who have not taken courses at MWCC in the past 12 months, must contact the Enrollment Center prior to registering. To begin, apply online at www.mwcc.edu or call (978) 630-9284 for an application. All new applicants are required to complete college placement testing, and must meet prerequisite requirements, prior to course selection.

General Information

See pages 69-71 for admissions, assessment, bookstore, tuition and fee information, and more...

Noncredit Courses

Register for noncredit courses using the registration form on page 72 and mail it to MWCC with your payment. To pay by credit card, we recommend that you phone in your registration. Noncredit courses must be paid in full upon registration.

Register for credit or noncredit courses By fax: (978) 630-9554 - Gardner (978) 840-1231 - Leominster (978) 772-2592 - Devens By phone: (978) 630-9284 - Gardner (978) 840-3221 - Leominster (978) 630-9569 - Devens Or in person starting NOW!

Home for the winter break? Take a course.

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

You can complete a course in just two weeks from Jan. 5 – 16. Transfer it back to your college or university. MWCC credits transfer to most colleges across the country. It’s easily done, usually through your college’s registrar’s office. Check there first to ensure the course meets their requirements. Once you complete your MWCC course, request a transcript from the MWCC Enrollment Center to transfer the credits to your home institution.

Current Students Can Register Online! To access:

• Go online: www.mwcc.edu, click on “Web Services,” then “Go to WebConnect” • Access from any location with Internet access (computers are available for use in the lower level of the library). • Register (new students must meet with an academic adviser prior to receiving access to online registration). • Add/drop courses • Open and/or forward your student email account • Review your financial aid information • View and print your class schedule, grades, and transcript (grades are no longer mailed) • Review and pay your bill online (after registering) • Access MWCC library web services • Find the most up-to-date credit course listings • Review the college catalog • Run a degree evaluation

Links assist you to:

• Create your WebConnect account • Register online • Review and print your grades and transcript

For help, call:

The Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284 or help desk (978) 630-9378.

How Much Does a Course Cost? Credit Courses:

Three-credit courses cost $480, four-credit courses cost $640 ($160 per credit) plus additional fees. Different rates apply for out-of-state and international students taking state-supported courses (see page 70). For a complete list of tuition and fees, see the college catalog. Payment Policy Payment of all charges is due in full by Tues., Jan. 6. Students whose accounts have not been cleared through commitments by other sources by this date will be subject to cancelation of class enrollment. Students will not be allowed to re-enroll without proper payment. All waivers must be presented at time of registration. Tuition and fees must be paid in full at time of registration for all those received after the bill due date. All phone registrations must be paid with a credit card at time of call. Please refer to the fee schedule on pages 70-71 for detailed information. Tuition and fees are subject to change. For information about financial aid, or a college finance planning worksheet, go to http://studentaccounts.mwcc.edu or contact the financial aid office (978) 630-9169, email financialaid@mwcc.mass.edu, or the Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284, email admissions@mwcc.mass.edu.

Noncredit Courses:

Pay only course cost listed with course descriptions. Noncredit courses must be paid in full upon registration. See page 70.


Campus Contacts

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Contacts Admissions (Enrollment Center) Gardner Campus (978) 630-9110 admissions@mwcc.mass.edu

English-as-a-Second Language (978) 840-3221 ext. 215 jmangual@mwcc.mass.edu

Leominster Campus (978) 840-3221 leominster@mwcc.mass.edu

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284 enrollment@mwcc.mass.edu

Alumni Office (978) 630-9594

Financial Aid (978) 630-9169 financialaid@mwcc.mass.edu

Bookstore Gardner Campus (978) 632-8238 bookstore@mwcc.mass.edu Center for Democracy & Humanity (978) 630-9163 http://democracy.mwcc.edu Devens Campus (978) 630-9569 devens@mwcc.mass.edu

GED Classes & Adult Basic Education (978) 630-9259 (978) 630-9527 GED Exams (978) 630-9173 ged@mwcc.mass.edu Health Services (978) 630-9136 healthservices@mwcc.mass.edu

Institute for Nonprofit Development (978) 840-3221, ext. 199 nonprofit@mwcc.mass.edu Library (978) 630-9125 library@mwcc.mass.edu Records Office (Enrollment Center) (978) 630-9238 records@mwcc.mass.edu Student Accounts (978) 630-9149 bursar@mwcc.mass.edu Student Services (978) 630-9142 students@mwcc.mass.edu Student Email and Blackboard Access helpdesk@mwcc.mass.edu Theatre Box Office (978) 632-2403 box-office@mwcc.mass.edu

Enroll now for Intersession and Spring classes!

General Information

Division of Lifelong Learning & Workforce Development (978) 630-9124 LLL@mwcc.mass.edu

Academic Advising Questions advisor@mwcc.mass.edu

Save your money, your time, and the environment with hybrid classes and MWCC’s new four-day class schedule. To enroll, contact the Enrollment Center (978) 630-9110, email admissions@mwcc.mass.edu

Most spring classes are now scheduled either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, so most students will not have to attend classes on Fridays.

Hybrid Classes

Complete half of your course in class, half online. Like the hybrid car, you will save money with these convenient courses.

This bulletin is published as a convenience and source of information for students, prospective students, and general public. However, the college reserves the right to add, revise, or withdraw courses and programs as described herein and to make changes to its catalog, policies, schedules, and fees at its discretion.

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

New four day schedule!


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Campus Locations, Directions, & Hours Locations & Business Hours Gardner Campus

Devens Campus

444 Green Street Gardner, MA 01440 (978) 632-6600 TTY (978) 632-4916

Hours: Mon - Thu, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Enrollment Center: admissions, financial aid, student accounts, and lifelong learning offices are open until 6:30 p.m. Fri, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 100 Erdman Way Leominster, MA 01453 (978) 840-3221 leominster@mwcc.mass.edu

Leominster Adult Education Center

Burbank Campus

286 Washington Street Leominster, MA 01453 (978) 534-1563

HealthAlliance Hospital 275 Nichols Road Fitchburg, MA 01420 (Dental Hygiene Only)

Fitchburg Adult Education Center

Devens Learning Center

Hours: Mon - Thu, 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

General Information

444 Green Street Gardner, MA 01440 (978) 630-9259

Adult Education Sites

Leominster Campus

Gardner Campus

Gardner Adult Education Center

One Jackson Place 27 Jackson Road Devens, MA 01434 (978) 630-9569 devens@mwcc.mass.edu

located at MWCC’s Devens Campus (978) 630-9527 devensLC@mwcc.mass.edu

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From Fitchburg and points east:

McKay Campus School Fitchburg State College Rindge Road Fitchburg, MA 01420 (978) 665-3433 For directions, go to: www.fsc.edu/aboutus/directions

On the web: http://directions.mwcc.edu

Route 2 West to Route 140 North (Exit 24B) in Westminster. Exit sign reads “140 North to Winchendon and Ashburnham.” Proceed three miles on this route. You will pass through two traffic lights. Proceed one-half mile past the second light and take a left turn onto Matthews Street. The college entrance is one mile on the right.

From Western and Central Massachusetts:

Route 2 East to Route 140 North (Exit 24) in Westminster. Turn left at the end of the exit ramp. Proceed three miles on this route. You will pass through two traffic lights. Proceed one-half mile past the second light and take a left turn onto Matthews Street. The college entrance is one mile on the right.

From Worcester and Providence:

I-190 North from Worcester. From I-190, take Route 2 West to Route 140 North (Exit 24B) in Westminster. Exit sign reads “140 North to Winchendon and Ashburnham.” Proceed three miles on this route. You will pass through two traffic lights. Proceed one-half mile past the second light and take a left turn onto Matthews Street. The college entrance is one mile on the right.

From points north:

Route 12 South to Route 140 South. Bear right onto Green Street. The college is one-half mile on the left.

Leominster Campus

Leominster

From Boston and points east:

Route 2 West to Exit 31B - Route 12 North. At the end of the exit ramp, go right. At the set of lights, take a right onto Erdman Way. The campus is located in the second building on the left (red brick building) across from the Four Points by Sheraton Leominster Hotel. Drive to the rear of the building.

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From points west:

Route 2 West to Exit 31B - Route 12 North. At the end of the exit ramp, go right (you will cross over Route 2). At the set of lights, take a right onto Erdman Way. The campus is located in the second building on the left (red brick building) across from the Four Points by Sheraton Leominster Hotel. Drive to the rear of the building.

Devens Campus/Devens Learning Center From Route 2:

Devens

From Route 2 East, take Exit 37; from Route 2 West, take Exit 37B. When you get off the exit, you will be on Jackson Road. Go approximately one mile and you will pass through a blinking light at the Lake George Street/Patton Road. Go through the light and your next left will bring you into the parking lot. Look for the sign, “Mount Wachusett Community College—Home of the BioManufacturing Program.”


Associate Degrees & Certificates Associate Degrees

Certificates

Art Traditional Program (RT) D G Professional Track (RTP) D G Automotive Technology (ATD) D G Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing (BTD) D E DE Broadcasting & Electronic Media (BCT) D G Business Administration Career (BAC) D E G L W Transfer (BA) D E G W Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) D G S Complementary Health Care & Massage Therapy Degree (CHD) D G S Computer Graphic Design–Print (CGD) D G Computer Graphic Design–Web Design (CGW) D G Computer Information Systems (CIS) D E G W Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Concentration (CJL) D G Corrections Concentration (CJCD) D G Dental Hygiene (DHY) D S Burbank Campus Early Childhood Education Career Concentration (ECC) D E G Transfer Concentration (ECT) D E G Fire Science Technology (FS) E G General Studies (GS) D E G L W Business Concentration (GSB) D E G W DE Computer Technologies Conc. (GSC) D E G L W Human and Social Services Conc. (GSHS) D E G L W Other career tracks available (see college catalog) Human Services (HS) D E G L W Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts (LA) D E G W DE Liberal Studies (LAS) D E G W Communications Option (LAC) D E G W Elementary Education Concentration (LAEL) D E G Fitness Leadership & Exercise Science Conc. (LAX) D E History & Political Science Conc. (LAHP) D E G Theatre Arts Option (LAT) D E G Manufacturing Technology Plastics Technology Concentration (Nypro, Inc.) (PT) E Medical Assisting (MAS) D G Natural Resources (NRD) D G Nursing (NU) D E G S Paralegal Studies (PLD) D E G L W Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) D G S

Automotive Technology (ATC) D G Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing (BTC) D E DE Business Administration (BUC) D E G L W Business Skills Enhancement (BSE) D E G Complementary Health Care (CHC) D E G Computer-assisted Accounting (CAA) D E G L W Computer Graphic Design–Print (CGDC) D G Computer Graphic Design–Web Design (CGWC) D G Computer Service Technician (CST) D E L Early Childhood Education (ECE) D E G Fitness Leadership & Exercise Science (EXS) D G Human Service Technician (HSC) D E G L Law Enforcement Certificate (CJLC) D G Massage Therapy (MTC) D G S Medical Office (MOC) D E DE G Networking Technology (NTC) D E L Paralegal (PLS) D E G L W Practical Nurse (PN) D DE G S Small Business Management (SBC) D E G L W

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The college reserves the right to add, revise, or withdraw programs.

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Visit www.mwcc.edu/programs for program information and department web pages.

Apply NOW for Financial Aid and Scholarships!

Your education may be more affordable than you think! To increase your chances of receiving financial aid for fall 09, complete the FAFSA before Apr. 1.

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= can be completed during the day

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= can be completed entirely at the Devens Campus

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= can be completed in the evening

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= can be completed entirely at the Gardner Campus

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= can be completed entirely at the Leominster Campus

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= most of the classes for this program are offered online

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= Admission to the program is selective. Prospective applicants must complete additional application requirements. The priority deadline for fall admission to NU and DHY is Feb. 1, and Mar. 1 for CLS, MTC, CHD, PTA, and advanced standing NU applicants. The PTA program is not accepting another class until fall 2010. The priority deadline for PN is Aug. 1 for spring admission at the Gardner Campus and May 1 for fall admission at the Devens Campus. Applications received after these dates are reviewed on a space-available basis.

MWCC Scholarship Application deadline is March 10, 2009.

*Transfer agreements exist with various four-year public and private colleges and universities.

Scholarship forms are available at the financial aid office or at http://www.mwcc.edu/financial/application.html

Go to www.mwcc.edu/programs for detailed information.

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English-as-a-Second Language Courses Honors Program Emergency Medical Technician Certificate of Completion Phlebotomy Certificate of Completion E G

General Information

Non-degree Programs


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Credit Course Information Campus Key

GAR............................... GARDNER CAMPUS LEO...........................LEOMINSTER CAMPUS DEV................................... DEVENS CAMPUS BUR............................... BURBANK CAMPUS

Part of Term Key (PTRM)

INTER...............................................................INTERSESSION (2 WEEKS) FULL.......................................... FULL SEMESTER COURSES (16 WEEKS) CYCLE I..................................FIRST HALF OF THE SEMESTER (8 WEEKS) CYCLE 2............................ SECOND HALF OF THE SEMESTER (8 WEEKS) PN1....................DEVENS PN PROGRAM FIRST PART OF THE SEMESTER PN2............... DEVENS PN PROGRAM SECOND PART OF THE SEMESTER PN3................ GARDNER PN PROGRAM FIRST PART OF THE SEMESTER PN4............ GARDNER PN PROGRAM SECOND PART OF THE SEMESTER

Credit Course Key Code Symbol for Days:

M...................................................... Monday T....................................................... Tuesday W................................................. Wednesday R..................................................... Thursday F............................................................Friday S...................................................... Saturday U........................................................ Sunday

Special Section Codes:

MOD......................................Modular Course (up to two semesters to complete) NET................ Mass Colleges Online Network WEB (ONLINE)............ Internet-based Course WBC...............................Brick & Click Course

Codes

*................................ COURSE INCLUDES A LAB &............................ STATE-SUPPORTED COURSE

General Information

Electives (See college catalog for degree requirements) The following elective key can be used as a guide to selecting courses that fulfill elective requirements for your degree or certificate program. Social Science Electives Prefix Course Behavioral Social Science electives ANT Anthropology DSI Deaf Studies PSY Psychology SOC Sociology SSC Social Science Non-behavioral Social Science electives ECO Economics GEO Geography HIS History POL Political Science SSC Social Science Lab Science Electives Prefix Course BIO Biology BTC Biotechnology CHE Chemistry EAS Earth Science ENV Environmental Science NRD Natural Resources PHY Physics, Physical Science (NOTE: Must be a 4-credit course)

Health Science Electives CHC, HEA, EXS102, EXS201, PTA101 Humanities Electives Prefix Course ART Art ASL American Sign Language ENG English HUM Humanities MUS Music PHL Philosophy SPA Spanish THE Theatre Literature Electives Course Prefix ENG 201, 203, 205, 210, 213, 214, 221, 227, 228, 233, 235, 236, 259, 260, 261 General Electives Any courses except the following: ESL prefixes, ENG099, ENG100, MAT090, MAT100, MAT120, RDG099, RDG100, CSS100, SSS101

Business Electives Prefix Course ACC Accounting BUS Business BSS Business Software Systems CIS Computer Information Systems ECO Economics MAS Medical Assisting MGT Management MKT Marketing PLS Paralegal Science Electives Prefix Course BIO Biology BTC Biotechnology CHE Chemistry EAS Earth Science ENV Environmental Science NRD Natural Resources PHY Physics

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Associate Degree

Can be completed in as little time as two years full-time, or part-time at whatever pace is best for you. It is challenging to complete most degree programs in two years, and a majority of students take slightly longer, especially if they have work or family responsibilities. Associate degrees often require the completion of twenty or more courses. Degrees prepare you for a career or transfer to a four-year college or university.

Certificate

Can be completed in as little time as one year full-time, or part-time at whatever pace is best for you. It often requires the completion of eight or more courses. Certificates are a great way to attain quick training to launch a new career, strengthen current skills, or pursue an interest. See degree and certificate requirements in the college catalog: http://catalog.mwcc.edu


Course Schedule by Campus, Date, & Time

CREDIT CRN# SUBJ

Sect Camp PTRM Course-Title

Intersession: Gardner Campus

CRED INSTR

Days Begin

7

End

Jan. 5 - 16 (unless otherwise noted)

Complete a course in two weeks. Classes begin Monday, Jan. 5. 19429 CIS127 ISG GAR INTER 19708 CLS102 ISG GAR INTER 19725 MAT126 ISG GAR INTER 19098 PER126 ISG GAR INTER 19099 PER126 I3G GAR INTER 19487 PLB203 ISG GAR INTER 20240 PTA105 ISG GAR INTER 19125 THE113 ISG GAR INTER

Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D MTWRF 9:00 AM Prac Phlebotomy and Urinalysis 2 Herold, R Permission of Instructor required Topics Mathematics 3 Blain, S MTWRF 9:00 AM Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N MWF 8:00 AM January 6,8,13,15 Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N MTWR 6:00 PM January 5,6,7,8, 12,13,14 Phlebotomy Practicum 4 STAFF To be arranged with instructor Assessment Tech. 3 Jaillet, M MTWRF 9:00 AM Speech 3 Steele, G MTWRF 9:00 AM

Intersession: Leominster Campus

12:45 PM 12:45 PM 2:00 PM 9:30 PM

12:45 PM 12:45 PM

Jan. 5 - 16 (unless otherwise noted)

19409 BUS112 ISL LEO INTER 19706 CIS127 ISL LEO INTER 19707 CIS127 I2L LEO INTER 19760 HST142 ISL LEO INTER 19622 PER126 ISL LEO INTER 20227 PER126 I1L LEO INTER 19285 PSY105 I2L LEO INTER 19273 SOC103 ISL LEO INTER 19299 SOC103 I2L LEO INTER 19275 THE113 ISL LEO INTER

Customer Relations 3 Reilly, J MTWRF 4:30 PM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J MTWRF 9:00 AM Computer Technologies 3 Moser, T MTWRF 4:30 PM Counseling Methods II 3 Noyes-Stevens,Y MTWRF 4:30 PM Fitness & Wellness 2 Rollins, R MTWRF 9:00 AM Class meets: Jan. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 12 Fitness & Wellness 2 Rollins, R MTWRF 4:30 PM Class meets: Jan. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 12 Intro To Psychology 3 Noyes-Stevens,Y MTWRF 9:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 Kelly, J MTWRF 9:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 Kelly, J MTWRF 4:30 PM Speech 3 Henshaw, D MTWRF 4:30 PM

8:15 PM 12:45 PM 8:15 PM 8:15 PM 12:45 PM 8:15 PM 12:45 PM 12:45 PM 8:15 PM 8:15 PM

Intersession

Complete a course in two weeks. Classes begin Monday, Jan. 5.

Intersession: Devens Campus Hybrid Courses Jan. 5 - 16 (unless otherwise noted) Half the course is completed in class, half online. BSS153 BSS236 CIS127 MAT120 MAT126 PER126 PER126 PSY105 PSY110 SOC103 THE101 THE113

*indicates a lab

INT INT INT INT INT INT I2T INT INT INT INT INT

DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV

INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER INTER

Keyboarding Word I Computer Technologies Intro To Math I Topics Mathematics Fitness & Wellness Fitness & Wellness Intro To Psychology Human Growth & Development Intro Sociology Fund.of Acting Speech

& indicates state-supported course

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 Encarnacion, e 3 Fierimonte, S 3 Fierimonte, S 2 morock, m 2 Morock, m 3 Griffin, k 3 noyes-stevens, y 3 griffin, k 3 warren, j 3 warren, j

MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF

5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 9:00 AM 5:00 PM 9:00 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 pM 5:00 PM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 5:00 PM

7:55 PM 7:55 PM 7:55 PM 11:55 AM 7:55 PM 11:55 AM 7:55 PM 7:55 pM 7:55 PM 11:55 AM 11:55 AM 7:55 PM

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Course Schedule by Campus, Date, & Time CRN# SUBJ

Sect Camp PTRM Course-Title

Gardner Campus Monday Night

CREDIT

CRED INSTR

Days Begin

End

444 Green Street, Gardner, MA Gardner Campus

Jan. 26 - May 11

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Gardner: Full Semester Evening Courses

Note: Because of Monday holidays, instructors may opt for a Friday evening make up class. 19100 19178 19458 19454 19430 19963 20275 19724 20276 19677 19678 19600 19693 19117 19103 19104 19601 19101 19377 19118 19300 19113

ACC102 M1G GAR ACC226 M1G GAR CHC101 M1G GAR CHC220 M1G GAR CIS127 M1G GAR ECE134 M1G & GAR ENG100 M1G GAR ENG102 M1G GAR FYE101 M1G GAR HCC111 MWG GAR HCC112 MWG GAR HST101 M1G GAR MAS101 M1G GAR MAT100 M1G GAR MAT120 M1G GAR MAT121 M1G GAR MAT126 M1G GAR MGT210 M1G GAR PER130 M1G GAR PSY101 M1G GAR PSY110 M1G GAR SOC103 M1G GAR

Tuesday Night

FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL

Principles of Accounting II Managerial Accounting Complementary Health Care Mind/Body/Spirit Connection Computer Technologies Guiding Childrens’ Behavior Fundamentals of Writing English Composition II First Year Seminar EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH I EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH II Intro Human Services Medical Secretarial Proced. I Fundamentals of Math Intro To Math I Intro To Math II Topics Mathematics Principles of Management Health, Fitness and Wellness Psychology of Self Human Growth & Development Intro Sociology

Gardner Campus

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Awdycki, J M Bolduc, L M King, D M Panagiotes, K M Donovan, D M Provost, M M Pera, F M Morris, K M Mayer, R M SHIPPEE, T MWF SHIPPEE, T MWF Campbell, M M Tatro, B M Garstka, M M Mascitti, S M Charalambous, M M Blain, S M Richard, p M Sapienza, N M Brooks, J M Tighe Stickles, M M Shivers, C M

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 4:00 PM

Jan. 20 - May 5

19116 ACC101 T1G GAR FULL Principles of Accounting I 3 STAFF T 6:00 PM 19135 ART105 T1G GAR FULL Introduction to Drawing 3 Cauthen, G T 6:00 PM 19428 ASL101 TRG GAR Cycle 2 BASIC SIGN LANGUAGE I 3 RENNIE, B TR 6:00 PM 20028 ASL102 TRG GAR Cycle 2 BASIC SIGN LANGUAGE II 3 RENNIE, B TR 6:00 PM 20274 BCT105 T1G GAR FULL Intro Mass Media 3 Goldstein, S T 4:00 PM 20515 BIO109 T1G GAR FULL BIOLOGY I 4 STAFF T 5:30PM MUST TAKE CRN20516 BIO109L1T 20516 BIO109 L1T GAR FULL BIOLOGY I 0 STAFF T 8:00PM 20359 BIO115 T1G GAR FULL Human Biology 4 STAFF T 5:30 PM Must take CRN20360 BIO115LTG 20360 BIO115 LTG * GAR FULL Human Biology 0 STAFF T 8:00 PM 20355 BIO205 TRG GAR FULL Microbiology 4 Nutting, W TR 6:00 PM Must take CRN20356 BIO205LTG 20356 BIO205 LTG * GAR FULL Microbiology 0 Nutting, W TR 7:15 PM 20031 BSS153 T1G GAR FULL Keyboarding 3 Thompson, J T 5:00 PM 19669 CGD104 T1G GAR FULL Digital Imaging 3 Mayer, R T 5:30 PM 20480 CHC114 T1G GAR CYCLE 2 INTRO TO TRAGER APPROACH 1 POPP-HAGAR, C T 4:00PM MEETS MAR 24, 31 APR 7, 14 & 21 20241 CHE108 T1G GAR FULL General Chemistry II 4 Gelbwasser, H T 5:30 PM Must take CRN20242 CHE108L1T 20242 CHE108 L1T * GAR FULL General Chemistry II 0 Gelbwasser, H T 8:00 PM 20243 CIS109 T1G GAR FULL Programming in BASIC 3 Taylor, S T 6:00 PM 19598 ECE105 T1G GAR FULL Day Care Administration 3 Feeley, S T 6:00 PM 19132 ENG101 T1G GAR FULL English Composition I 3 Hodgen, J T 6:00 PM 19108 ENG102 T1G GAR FULL English Composition II 3 Patterson, D T 4:00 PM 19190 HIS202 T1G GAR FULL History of U.S. II 3 Ganley, R T 6:00 PM 19459 HST140 T1G GAR FULL Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 Sebastian, C T 6:00 PM 19235 MAS102 T1G GAR FULL Medical Terminology 3 Rowland, C T 6:00 PM 19361 MAS203 T1G GAR FULL Medical Sec. Proc. II 3 Tatro, B T 6:00 PM 19110 MAT143 T1G GAR FULL Statistics 3 Wicklund, B T 4:00 PM 19107 MKT142 T1G GAR FULL Marketing 3 Haddad, S T 6:00 PM

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Tuesday Night (continued) 19460 MUS103 T1G GAR FULL 20344 PHY105 T1G GAR FULL 20345 PHY105 L1T * GAR FULL 19111 PSY105 T1G GAR FULL 19728 PSY240 T1G GAR FULL 20468 PSY246 T1G GAR FULL 20347 RDG100 T1G GAR FULL 20349 SOC210 T1G GAR FULL 19709 THE113 T1G GAR FULL

Wednesday Night 19565 ART113 W1G GAR FULL 20215 BCT115 W1G GAR FULL 19664 BCT124 w1G GAR FULL 19665 BCT124 L1w * GAR FULL 20350 BIO203 W1G GAR FULL 20351 BIO203 LWG * GAR FULL 20354 BIO204 W1G GAR FULL 19586 BIO204 LWG * GAR FULL 20357 BIO205 WFG GAR FULL 20358 BIO205 LWG * GAR FULL 20032 BSS236 W1G GAR FULL 20238 CGD105 W1G GAR FULL 19670 CIS120 W1G GAR FULL 19676 CJU250 W1G GAR FULL 20456 CLS103 W1G GAR FULL 19114 ENG101 W1G GAR FULL 19115 ENG102 W1G GAR FULL 20484 FIN250 W1G GAR FULL 19602 MAT124 W1G GAR FULL 19694 MGT110 W1G GAR FULL 19456 MTC110 W1G GAR FULL 19133 NUT101 W1G GAR FULL 19236 PER130 W1G GAR FULL 20346 POL211 W1G GAR FULL 19462 PSY108 W1G GAR FULL 20348 SOC103 W1G GAR FULL

Thursday Night

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Jan. 21 - May 6

Introduction to Studio 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R W 6:00 PM Audio Production IV 3 Little, J w 4:00 PM Must take CRN19665 BCT124L1R Audio Production IV 0 Little, J w 6:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 STAFF W 5:00 PM Must take CRN20351 BIO203LWG Anatomy & Physiology I 0 STAFF W 7:30 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 deDiego, P W 4:30 PM Must take CRN19586 BIO204LWG Anatomy & Physiology II 0 deDiego, P W 7:00 PM Microbiology 4 STAFF WF 6:00 PM Must take CRN20358 BIO205 LWG Microbiology 0 STAFF WF 7:15 PM Word I 3 Thompson, J W 5:00 PM Electronic Illustration 3 Shelton, S W 5:30 PM Microcomputer Applications 3 Taylor, R W 6:00 PM Intro Corrections 3 Culver, H W 6:00 PM Intro Clinical Science II 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM English Composition I 3 Niles, M W 6:00 PM English Composition II 3 Gearan, J W 6:00 PM BASIC FINANCE 3 STAFF W 6:00PM Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 Trahan, C W 6:00 PM Small Business Management 3 Richard, P W 6:00 PM Prof Issues/Ethics/Bodyworkers 3 Brewerton, P W 4:00 PM Intro To Nutrition 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 Sapienza, N W 5:00 PM Mass & Fed System 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM Child Development 3 Railsback, N W 6:00 PM Intro Sociology 3 Greene, A W 6:00 PM

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Jan. 22 - May 7

Principles of Accounting II 3 Barrett, S R 6:00 PM Introduction to Sculpture 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 Weitze, C R 5:00 PM Must take CRN20353 BIO203R1G Anatomy & Physiology I 0 STAFF R 7:30 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Conn, H R 5:00 PM Must take CRN19588 BIO204LRG Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Conn, H R 7:30 PM Business Law I 3 Goldstein, M R 6:00 PM Design Theory 3 Wrobel, T R 6:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D R 6:00 PM English Composition II 3 Cronin, J R 6:00 PM Children’s Literature 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM Intro To Math II 3 Blain, S R 6:00 PM College Math I 3 Charalambous, M R 6:00 PM

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Jan. 20 - May 5

Music Skill & Theory I 3 STAFF T 6:00 PM College Physics I 4 Stevens, E T 5:30 PM Must take CRN20345 PHY105L1T College Physics I 0 Stevens, E T 8:00 PM Intro To Psychology 3 Riordon, J T 6:00 PM Abnormal Psychology 3 Ambrozy, L T 4:30 PM Psychology and the Law 3 Culver, H T 6:00 PM Fundamentals of Reading 3 Scortico, D T 6:00 PM Child Abuse & Neg 3 STAFF T 6:00 PM Speech 3 Ellis, M T 6:00 PM

Gardner Campus

20023 ACC102 R1G GAR FULL 20026 ART103 R1G GAR FULL 20352 BIO203 R1G GAR FULL 20353 BIO203 LRG * GAR FULL 19587 BIO204 R1G GAR FULL 19588 BIO204 LRG * GAR FULL 19692 BUS211 R1G GAR FULL 19582 CGD101 R1G GAR FULL 19431 CIS127 R1G GAR FULL 19450 ENG102 R1G GAR FULL 19599 ENG235 R1G GAR FULL 20313 MAT121 R1G GAR FULL 19726 MAT160 R1G GAR FULL

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8:30 PM 8:30 PM 7:30 PM 9:30 PM 7:30 PM 9:30 PM 8:30 PM 9:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM

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20341 20342 19256 19119 19673 19112

MAT161 MKT241 PLB101 PSY105 PSY244 PSY280

R1G R1G R1G R1G R1G R1G

GAR GAR GAR GAR GAR GAR

FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL FULL

Gardner Campus

College Math II Advertising Introduction to Phlebotomy Intro To Psychology Child Special Needs Psy of Death & Dying

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3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF Beauvais, C Dubzinski, s STAFF Fiandaca, L

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Gardner: Full Semester Evening • Weekend • CISCO Academy

Saturday/Weekend 20239 CHC110 FSG GAR FULL 19189 PER126 X1G GAR CYCLE 1

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Jan. 22 - May 7 R R R R R R

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM 8:30 PM

Gardner Campus

Reiki:Traditional Usui Method 3 King, D Classes meet Fri Jan 30, Feb 27, Mar 27 6-9pm and Sat Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 7 & 28 9-5pm. Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N

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9:00 AM

5:00 PM

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9:00 AM 9:00 AM

5:00 PM 3:00 PM

Courses Completed by Arrangement 19134 CED203 X GAR FULL 19960 CJU252 X & GAR FULL 19215 CJU260 X & GAR FULL 20455 CLS102 Z GAR FULL 19170 ECE114 Z & GAR FULL 19171 ECE124 Z & GAR FULL 19257 PLB203 Z GAR FULL

Cooperative Education 3 Bolduc, L Must have permission to register from Co-op Director Internship in Criminal Justice 3 Hillman, R W 12:30 PM 1:30 PM Probation, Parole, & Comm Corr 3 Natalizia, E T 12:20 PM 1:30 PM Meets Tues only 12:20 - 1:30. Must have computer/Internet access. Prac Phlebotomy and Urinalysis 2 Herold, R “Permission of Instructor required“ Early Childhood Practicum I 4 Morel, R By Arrangement with Department Chair Childhood Practicum, II 4 Morel, R By Arrangement of Department Chair Phlebotomy Practicum 4 STAFF To be arranged with instructor.

MWCC CISCO Academy at Worcester Technical High School CRN# SUBJ 20234 CET101 20235 EDC102 20237 EDC103 20482 CSCT412

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Jan. 27 - Apr. 30 1 Skyline Drive, Worcester, MA CRED

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WOR OFF FULL Computer Tech I:Operating Sys 4 Mann, F r WOR OFF FULL Netwkg for Home & Smll Businss 4 Mann, F T WOR OFF FULL Netwkg for Smll-to-Med Businss 4 Mann, F R WOR OFF FULL CONFIGURING WINDOWS VISTA 0 MANN, F NON‐CREDIT COURSE - SEE NONCREDIT SECTION OF BULLETIN FOR PRICE & DESCRIPTION

& indicates state-supported course

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30PM

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100 Erdman Way, Leominster, MA

Leominster Full Semester

Jan. 20 - May 13

19782 BSS236 WSL LEO FULL Word I 3 Mangual, J W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM “Brick and Click course: Requires 6 classes in Leominster - Wednesdays 6 - 8:30 PM. Requires fluency in Spanish. Contact Lisa Perez for more information: 978-840-3221 ext. 206.” 19783 ENG099 MWL LEO FULL Writing Readiness 3 STAFF MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 19687 MAT120 F1L LEO FULL Intro To Math I 3 Machemer, W F 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 19338 PSY105 F1L LEO FULL Intro To Psychology 3 staff F 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 19557 PSY110 F1L LEO FULL Human Growth & Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y F 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 19798 RDG099 M1L LEO FULL Reading Readiness 3 STAFF MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM

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Beginning Conversation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Adv. Begin. Conversation 3 STAFF TR 11:00 AM Adv. Begin. Conversation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Intermediate Conversation 3 STAFF TR 11:00 AM Intermediate Conversation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Conversation and Pronunciation 3 STAFF TR 11:00 AM Conversation and Pronunciation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Advanced Beginning Grammar 3 Sharma, M MW 9:00 AM Advanced Beginning Grammar 3 STAFF MW 5:00 PM Intermediate Grammar 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Intermediate Grammar 3 STAFF MW 5:00 PM Advanced Grammar 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Advanced Grammar 3 STAFF MW 5:00 PM Beginning Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Advanced Beginning Reading 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Advanced Beginning Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Intermediate Reading 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Intermediate Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Advanced Reading 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Advanced Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Advanced English Lang Skills 9 STAFF MWF 9:00 AM Must also take 19795 ELS103 LWF Advanced English Lang Skills 0 STAFF MWF 11:30 PM Advanced Beginning Writing 3 Sharma, M MW 11:00 AM Advanced Beginning Writing 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM Intermediate Writing 3 STAFF MW 11:00 AM Intermediate Writing 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM Advanced Writing 3 STAFF MW 11:00 AM Advanced Writing 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM

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8:45 PM 12:45 PM 8:45 PM 12:45 PM 8:45 PM 12:45 PM 8:30 PM 10:45 AM 6:45 PM 10:45 AM 6:45 PM 10:45 AM 6:45 PM 6:45 PM 10:45 AM 6:45 PM 10:45 AM 6:45 PM 10:45 AM 6:45 PM 11:30 PM 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 8:45 PM 12:45 PM 8:45 PM 12:45 PM 8:45 PM

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Leominster: Full Semester • ESL Courses

19318 ELC100 T1L LEO FULL 19986 ELC101 TRL LEO FULL 19992 ELC101 T1L LEO FULL 19620 ELC102 TRL LEO FULL 19481 ELC102 T2L LEO FULL 19789 ELC103 TRL LEO FULL 19793 ELC103 T1L LEO FULL 19752 ELG101 MWL & LEO FULL 19623 ELG101 M1L LEO FULL 19978 ELG102 M1L LEO FULL 19755 ELG102 MWL LEO FULL 19982 ELG103 M1L LEO FULL 19784 ELG103 MWL LEO FULL 19319 ELR100 T1L LEO FULL 19985 ELR101 TRL LEO FULL 19991 ELR101 T1L LEO FULL 19618 ELR102 TRL LEO FULL 19482 ELR102 T2L LEO FULL 19989 ELR103 TRL LEO FULL 19785 ELR103 T1L LEO FULL 19788 ELS103 MWF LEO FULL 19795 ELS103 LWF * LEO FULL 19753 ELW101 MWL & LEO FULL 19625 ELW101 M2L LEO FULL 19980 ELW102 M2L LEO FULL 19757 ELW102 M1L LEO FULL 19984 ELW103 M1L LEO FULL 19794 ELW103 MWL LEO FULL

Jan. 20 - May 13

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Leominster Cycle I •Monday/Wednesday 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

19263 20034 19341 19529 20035 19699 19530 19355 19704 19268 19541

ACC101 BUS113 CIS120 CIS127 ENG099 ENG100 ENG101 ENG102 MAT143 PSY101 SOC103

MWL MWL M2L M1L M1L M1L M1L MWL M1L MWL MWL

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

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Jan. 21 - Mar. 11

Principles of Accounting I Business Etiquette & Protocol Microcomputer Applications Computer Technologies Writing Readiness Fundamentals of Writing English Composition I English Composition II Statistics Psychology of Self Intro Sociology

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Schultz, R STAFF STAFF O’Brien, J STAFF STAFF Hosley, D STAFF Machemer, W Andrews, M Kelly, J

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM

11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM

Word I Complementary Health Care First Year Seminar Foundations of Arithmetic Intro To Math II Reading Readiness

3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF Andrews, M STAFF STAFF Shaughnessy, R STAFF

MW MW MW MW MW MW

11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

Managerial Accounting Fundamentals of Math Topics Mathematics MARKETING Fundamentals of Reading Speech

3 3 3 3 3 3

Bolduc, L mw STAFF MW STAFF MW STAFF MW Fiore, D MW STAFF MW

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW F MW MW MW MW

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

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MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM

11:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Leominster: Cycle I

20051 19869 20157 20158 19343 20050

BSS236 CHC101 FYE101 MAT090 MAT121 RDG099

MWL MWL MWL MWL MWL MWL

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM 19267 20160 19695 20052 19276 19340

ACC226 mwL MAT100 M3L MAT126 M1L MKT142 M1L RDG100 MWL THE113 MWL

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

(unless otherwise noted)

19344 ACC224 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Taxation 3 Hartshorn, S 20067 BUS113 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 Business Etiquette & Protocol 3 STAFF 19345 BUS211 M3L LEO CYCLE 1 Business Law I 3 Reilly, J 20068 CIS120 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Microcomputer Applications 3 STAFF 20071 ENG099 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 Writing Readiness 3 STAFF 20072 ENG100 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Fundamentals of Writing 3 STAFF 19280 ENG101 M4L LEO CYCLE 1 English Composition I 3 Jackson, J 19397 HIS201 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 History of U.S. I 3 Ganley, R 19398 HST101 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Intro Human Services 3 STAFF 20161 MAT090 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF 19608 MAT121 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 Intro To Math II 3 Machemer, W 19630 MAT211 MWF LEO CYCLE 1 Calculus I 4 Fierimonte, S 19531 MKT142 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Marketing 3 STAFF 20073 PLS110 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 Litigation 3 STAFF 19346 POL211 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 Mass & Fed System 3 staff 20075 SOC103 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 Intro Sociology 3 STAFF

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7:00 PM - 9:30 PM 19533 20140 19474 20077 20178 20141 19347 19768

ACC226 BSS236 CIS127 ENG102 FYE101 MAT100 MAT120 MAT121

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M1L M1L MWL M1L M1L M2L M2L M3L

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

Managerial Accounting Word I Computer Technologies English Composition II First Year Seminar Fundamentals of Math Intro To Math I Intro To Math II

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Hartshorn, S STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

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7:00 PM - 9:30 PM 19532 19271 20079 20139 19615

MAT126 PSY105 RDG099 RDG100 THE113

MWL MWL M2L M3L M1L

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

ACC227 BUS112 CIS118 ECO101 ENG101 ENG102 ENG221 ENG235 HST101 MAT090 MAT100 MAT120 PSY105 PSY143

TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 T2L LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 T2L LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL & LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1

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(continued) Topics Mathematics Intro To Psychology Reading Readiness Fundamentals of Reading Speech

Leominster Cycle I • Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 AM - 11:30 PM

20037 20038 19536 19342 19353 19534 20039 20225 20041 20043 19356 19287 19270 20045

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STAFF Rainville, J STAFF STAFF Ellis, M

MW MW MW MW MW

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM

Jan. 20 - Mar. 10

Computerized Accounting Customer Relations Internet Technologies Macroeconomics English Composition I English Composition II Women’s Literature Children’s Literature Intro Human Services Foundations of Arithmetic Fundamentals of Math Intro To Math I Intro To Psychology Group Dynamics

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF Knox, R STAFF Cummings, D Hosley, D STAFF Komperda, K STAFF STAFF Machemer, W Riazati, F Nowak, S STAFF

TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR

9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM

11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM

Business Ethics Computer Technologies English Composition II History of World CivilizationI Intro To Math I Human Growth & Development

3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF O’Brien, J Blake, S STAFF Machemer, W Ambrozy, L

TR TR TR TR TR TR

11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

Business Law I Film Appreciation First Year Seminar Intro To Math II Beg Spanish II

3 3 3 3 3

Daigle, P Henshaw, D STAFF Condon, R STAFF

TR TR TR TR TR

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

Principles of Accounting I Computerized Accounting Keyboarding Customer Relations Microcomputer Applications Computer Technologies Intro Criminal Justice Macroeconomics English Composition II Women’s Literature First Year Seminar American Ethnic History Foundations of Arithmetic Fundamentals of Math Intro To Math I Group Dynamics Fundamentals of Reading Victimology

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Bolduc, L STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF O’Brien, J Poitras, J STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF Rahaim, C STAFF STAFF Machemer, W STAFF Fiore, D Kelly, j

TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

11:30 AM - 2:00 PM 20053 19539 20467 20060 19540 19364

BUS105 CIS127 ENG102 HIS105 MAT120 PSY110

TRL LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 T3L & LEO CYCLE 1 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 T3L LEO CYCLE 1

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM 19269 19616 20179 19609 20056

BUS211 ENG245 FYE101 MAT121 SPA110

TRL TRL TRL TRL TRL

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

19264 20142 19698 20143 20144 19697 19660 20145 19283 20146 20180 19535 20147 19781 20148 20149 19627 19542

ACC101 ACC227 BSS153 BUS112 CIS120 CIS127 CJU131 ECO101 ENG102 ENG221 FYE101 HIS125 MAT090 MAT100 MAT120 PSY143 RDG100 SOC212

*indicates a lab

T2L T1L TRL T1L TRL T5L TRL T2L T2L T1L T1L TRL T1L T2L T4L T1L T1L TRL

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

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Sect Camp PTRM Course-Title

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

20150 20151 19551 19606 19552 20153 19550 19292 19365 20154

BUS105 T1L BUS211 T1L CIS127 T1L ENG100 TRL ENG235 TRL HIS105 T1L HST147 TRL MGT110 TRL SOC103 T3L SPA110 T1L

LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1 LEO CYCLE 1

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Business Ethics Business Law I Computer Technologies Fundamentals of Writing Children’s Literature History of World CivilizationI Topics in MH/Retardn Small Business Management Intro Sociology Beg Spanish II

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 staff 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y 3 Reilly, J 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

Leominster: Cycle I & II

Leominster Cycle II • Monday/Wednesday 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

19265 19611 19399 19281 19700 20220 19558 19288 19349 19480 19351 20040

ACC102 MWL CIS127 M4L ENG100 M3L ENG101 M2L ENG102 M3L FYE101 M2L HST140 M1L MAT120 MWL MGT210 MWL PSY280 MWL SOC103 M3L THE103 MWL

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

11:30 PM - 2:00 PM

19870 19350 19284 19607 19286 20063 20095

CHC105 ECO102 ENG102 HST101 MAT100 PSY101 RDG100

MWL MWL M5L M1L MWL M1L M2L

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

20066 20084 20069 20076 19400 19475 20080

BUS113 M1L MAT120 M1L MAT160 MWL MGT110 MWL POL211 MWL PSY105 M1L RDG099 M3L

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

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4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM

Mar. 23 - May 13

Principles of Accounting II Computer Technologies Fundamentals of Writing English Composition I English Composition II First Year Seminar Counseling Methods/Interv Tech Intro To Math I Principles of Management Psy of Death & Dying Intro Sociology Intro to Theatre

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Schultz, R O’Brien, J Hosley, D Cummings, D STAFF STAFF STAFF Shaughnessy, R STAFF STAFF STAFF Henshaw, D

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM

11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM

Intro to the Chakra System Microeconomics English Composition II Intro Human Services Fundamentals of Math Psychology of Self Fundamentals of Reading

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Andrews, M Murphy, T Hosley, D Noyes-Stevens, Y Machemer, W STAFF STAFF

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

Business Etiquette & Protocol Intro To Math I College Math I Small Business Management Mass & Fed System Intro To Psychology Reading Readiness

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF Labrousse, C Nowak, S STAFF

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW F MW

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 4:30 pm 4:30 PM

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 9:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 pm 7:00 PM

(unless otherwise noted)

19560 ACC227 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 Computerized Accounting 3 Hartshorn, S 19559 CIS121 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 Microcomputer Applications II 3 Moser, T 19561 CIS127 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J 19563 EAS125 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 The Dynamic Earth 4 Dernalowicz, M 19279 ENG100 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 Fundamentals of Writing 3 Fiore, D 19352 ENG102 M6L LEO CYCLE 2 English Composition II 3 Jackson, J 19796 HIS202 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 History of U.S. II 3 Ganley, R 19562 HST147 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 Topics in MH/Retardn 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y 20086 MAT100 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF 19291 MAT143 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 Statistics 3 Machemer, W 19631 MAT212 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 Calculus II 4 Fierimonte, S 20105 MGT210 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 Principles of Management 3 STAFF

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4:30 PM - 7:00 PM 20131 20033 20134 19272 20042 19376

PLS104 POL211 PSY101 SOC103 THE103 THE113

M1L M1L M2L M4L M1L M2L

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

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Days Begin

15

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(unless otherwise noted) (continued) Introduction to Family Law Mass & Fed System Psychology of Self Intro Sociology Intro to Theatre Speech

3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF Henshaw, D

MW MW MW MW MW MW

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Principles of Accounting I Business Etiquette & Protocol English Composition I English Composition II Fundamentals of Math Intro To Math I Intro To Math II College Math I Small Business Management Litigation Intro To Psychology Reading Readiness Fundamentals of Reading

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Hartshorn, S STAFF Jackson, J STAFF Weiderman, T STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF McHugh, M STAFF STAFF Fiore, D

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 AM 7:00 PM

9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 AM 9:30 PM

ACC101 M2L BUS113 M3L ENG101 M3L ENG102 M2L MAT100 M4L MAT120 M3L MAT121 M2L MAT160 M1L MGT110 M1L PLS110 MWL PSY105 M2L RDG099 M4L RDG100 M1L

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

Leominster Cycle II • Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM (unless otherwise noted) 19405 BSS236 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20155 BUS211 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 19668 CIS123 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19371 ENG102 T4L & LEO CYCLE 2 19401 ENG235 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20169 HST140 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20221 MAT090 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 19701 MAT120 T3L & LEO CYCLE 2 19290 MAT121 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 19564 PER126 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 20176 PSY110 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19425 RDG100 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19372 SOC205 TRL LEO CYCLE 2

Mar. 24 - May 12

Word I 3 staff TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Business Law I 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Micro. Database Mgmt. 3 Knox, R TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition II 3 Blake, S TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Service Learning Opportunities Children’s Literature 3 Komperda, K TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math I 3 Riazati, F TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math II 3 Blain, S TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Fitness & Wellness 2 Rollins, R TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Class meets; Apr 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, May 5, 7, & 12 Human Growth & Development 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Fundamentals of Reading 3 Fiore, D TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Social Problems 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM

Leominster: Cycle II

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM 19404 20083 19282 19478 19360 20090 19358 20074 20078 19359 20081 20082 19610

11:30 PM - 2:00 PM 19948 20198 19373 20200 19696 19274

BIO209 CIS120 ENG101 HIS140 MAT121 THE113

TRL T1L T4L TRL T1L TRL

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

Human Sexuality Microcomputer Applications English Composition I Hist New England Intro To Math II Speech

3 staff 3 STAFF 3 Hosley, D 3 STAFF 3 Condon, R 3 Henshaw, D

TR TR TR TR TR TR

11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM 11:30 PM

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

Computer Technologies Macroeconomics American Literature I Topics Mathematics Abnormal Psychology Child Abuse & Neg Beginning Spanish I

3 staff 3 Murphy, T 3 Hamm, E 3 STAFF 3 Rainville, J 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

TR TR TR TR TR TR TR

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

CIS127 ECO101 ENG213 MAT126 PSY240 SOC210 SPA109

*indicates a lab

T2L TRL TRL TRL TRL TRL TRL

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

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2:00 PM - 4:30 PM 19406 19278 19792 20203 19378 20195 20212


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Days Begin

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(unless otherwise noted)

19266 ACC102 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Principles of Accounting II 19949 BIO209 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 Human Sexuality 19451 BUS125 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Comm for Business & Industry 20156 BUS211 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 Business Law I 20522 chc101 trl leo cycle 2 complementary health care 19407 CIS127 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 Computer Technologies 19613 ENG101 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 English Composition I 20159 ENG102 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 English Composition II 20231 ENG261 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Short Story I 20222 FYE101 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 First Year Seminar 20171 HST140 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 19571 HUM240TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Comparative Religion 20223 MAT090 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 Foundations of Arithmetic 19612 MAT100 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 Fundamentals of Math 20174 PLS101 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 Introduction to the Law 19628 PSY110 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Human Growth & Development 19375 SOC205 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 Social Problems

3 Bolduc, L TR 3 staff TR 3 Reilly, J TR 3 STAFF TR 3 staff tr 3 O’Brien, J TR 3 staff TR 3 STAFF TR 3 Fullerton, M TR 3 STAFF TR 3 STAFF TR 3 Rahaim, C TR 3 STAFF TR 3 Machemer, W TR 3 STAFF TR 3 staff TR 3 Kelly, J TR

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 Pm 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 pm 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM 9:30 PM

Leominster: Cycle II

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM 20199 19614 20193 19769 20226 20201 19289 20202 20204 19702 19293 19452 20209 20197 20213 20214

CIS120 T2L CIS127 T4L ECO101 T3L ENG101 T1L ENG239 TRL HIS140 T1L MAT120 T2L MAT121 T2L MAT126 T1L MAT143 TRL MGT210 TRL MGT250 TRL PSY240 T1L SOC210 T1L SPA109 T1L THE113 T1L

LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2 LEO CYCLE 2

Microcomputer Applications Computer Technologies Macroeconomics English Composition I Creative Writing I Hist New England Intro To Math I Intro To Math II Topics Mathematics Statistics Principles of Management Strategic Management Abnormal Psychology Child Abuse & Neg Beginning Spanish I Speech

STAFF Moser, T STAFF Fiore, D Komperda, K STAFF Hartshorn, S STAFF STAFF Fierimonte, S STAFF Reilly, J STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR

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Complementary Health Care*/Massage Therapy*/Physical Therapy Assistant* (2-3 p.m. in the Enrollment Center) Jan. 19, Feb. 23, Mar. 16, Apr. 27, May 18, and June 15 Clinical Lab Science* (3-4:30 p.m., held in the lab ed. room at Heywood Hospital) Jan. 21, Feb. 18, Mar. 18, Apr. 15, May 20, June 17, Aug. 19, Sept. 16, Oct. 21 and Nov. 18 Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing (5:30 p.m., at the Devens Campus) Jan. 12, Feb. 9, Mar. 9, Apr. 13 & 29, May 11 & 28, June 1, July 20, and Au. 10 & 20

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10:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 12:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:45 AM 3:15 PM 8:00 PM 10:00 PM 8:00PM 10:00PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 8:00 PM 10:00 PM 12:00 pM 2:00 pM 12:45 PM 12:45 PM 3:45 PM

Devens: Full Semester Courses

Biology I 4 Montagno, T M 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO109 LAB - CRN 20121 Biology I 0 Montagno, T M 8:00 PM BIOLOGY I 4 STAFF MW 1:15 PM MUST TAKE BIO109 LAB – CRN 20514 BIOLOGY I 0 STAFF MW 2:30 PM HUMAN BIOLOGY 3 STAFF M 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO115 LAB – CRN 20528 HUMAN BIOLOGY LAB 0 STAFF M 5:30 PM Human Biology 4 Greene, E F 9:30 AM MUST TAKE BIO115 LAB - CRN 20117 Human Biology 0 Greene, E F 12:00 PM Human Biology 4 STAFF T 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO115 LAB - CRN 20119 Human Biology 0 STAFF T 8:00 PM Principles of Biochemistry 4 STAFF TR 9:30 AM MUST TAKE BIO160 LAB-CRN 20314 Principles of Biochemistry 0 STAFF R 1:45 PM Principles of Biochemistry 4 STAFF T 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO160 LAB - CRN 20316 Principles of Biochemistry 0 STAFF T 8:00 PM CELL BIOLOGY 4 STAFF M 5:30PM MUST TAKE BIO170 LAB – CRN 20511 CELL BIOLOGY 0 STAFF M 8:00PM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 3 STAFF T 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO203 LAB – CRN 20532 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB 0 STAFF T 5:30 PM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 3 ARNOLD, C W 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO204 LAB – CRN 20530 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB 0 ARNOLD, C W 5:30 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 LeFrancois, W R 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO204 LAB - CRN 20125 Anatomy & Physiology II 0 LeFrancois, W R 8:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Greene, E w 9:30 AM MUST TAKE BIO204 LAB - CRN 20127 Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Greene, E w 12:00 pM Microbiology 4 Arnold, C Tr 11:30 AM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20129 Microbiology 0 Arnold, C tr 11:30 AM Microbiology 4 Arnold, C Tr 2:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20132 Microbiology 0 Arnold, C tR 3:45 PM Microbiology 4 Arnold, C Tr 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20135 Microbiology 0 Arnold, C tR 6:15 PM Microbiology 4 STAFF Wf 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20138 Microbiology 0 STAFF wF 6:15 PM Introduction to Biotechnology 4 STAFF S 9:30 AM MUST TAKE BTC101 - CRN 20305 Introduction to Biotechnology 0 STAFF S 12:00 PM Basic Solution/Scientfc Media 2 STAFF R 6:00 PM MUST TAKE BTC102 LAB - CRN 20307 Basic Solution/Scientfc Media 0 STAFF R 7:00 PM Biotech Experience II 4 Dowland, L TR 11:00 AM MUST TAKE BTC120 LAB - CRN 20309 Biotech Experience II 0 Dowland, L T 1:45 PM Biotech Experience II 4 Dowland, L R 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BTC120 LAB - CRN 20311 Biotech Experience II 0 Dowland, L R 8:00 PM Writing Readiness 3 STAFF F 5:00 PM Fundamentals of Writing 3 STAFF W 5:00 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF F 5:00 PM Medical Ethics 3 STAFF M 5:00 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF T 5:00 PM Fundamentals of Reading 3 STAFF R 5:00 PM

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20120 BIO109 M3D DEV FULL 20121 BIO109 L3D * DEV FULL 20513 BIO109 MW1 DEV FULL 20514 BIO109 LMW DEV FULL 20527 BIO115 DEV DEV FULL 20528 BIO115 LDV DEV FULL 20116 BIO115 F1D DEV FULL 20117 BIO115 L1D * DEV FULL 20118 BIO115 T2D DEV FULL 20119 BIO115 L2D * DEV FULL 20312 BIO160 R2D DEV FULL 20314 BIO160 L2D * DEV FULL 20315 BIO160 R3D DEV FULL 20316 BIO160 RLD * DEV FULL 20510 BIO170 M1D DEV FULL 20511 BIO170 L1D DEV FULL 20531 BIO203 DEV DEV FULL 20532 BIO203 LDV DEV FULL 20529 BIO204 DEV DEV FULL 20530 BIO204 LDV DEV FULL 20124 BIO204 R5D DEV FULL 20125 BIO204 L5D * DEV FULL 20126 BIO204 W6D DEV FULL 20127 BIO204 L6D * DEV FULL 20128 BIO205 T7D DEV FULL 20129 BIO205 L7D * DEV FULL 20130 BIO205 T8D DEV FULL 20132 BIO205 L8D * DEV FULL 20133 BIO205 T9D DEV FULL 20135 BIO205 L9D * DEV FULL 20137 BIO205 W1D DEV FULL 20138 BIO205 L1D * DEV FULL 20304 BTC101 SCD DEV FULL 20305 BTC101 SLD * DEV FULL 20306 BTC102 RCD DEV FULL 20307 BTC102 RLD * DEV FULL 20308 BTC120 TRD DEV FULL 20309 BTC120 TLD * DEV FULL 20310 BTC120 R1D DEV FULL 20311 BTC120 L1D * DEV FULL 20340 ENG099 F1D DEV FULL 20337 ENG100 F1D DEV FULL 20339 FYE101 F1D DEV FULL 20335 HUM212 FID DEV FULL 20336 MAT100 F1D DEV FULL 20338 RDG100 F1D DEV FULL


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ENG102 TH1 CHC108 C1D ENG101 C1D HIS125 C1D HST140 RH1 MAS101 C1D MAS102 C1D MAT120 C1D MAT121 C1D PSY105 C1D PSY110 RH1 SOC103 C1D THE113 C1D

DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II Transforming Stress English Composition I AMERICAN ETHNIC HISTORY COUNSELING METHODS.INTERV TECH Medical Secretarial Proced. I Medical Terminology Intro To Math I INTRO TO MATH II Intro To Psychology HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Intro Sociology SPEECH

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Devens: Cycle I & II • Hybrid Cycle I Courses

Devens Cycle II • Monday/Wednesday 20386 20328 20452 20488 20318 20331 20491 20333 20332 20407 20330 20392 20334

ENG101 TH1 ENG102 C2D ENG235 HR1 HUM260 C2D MAS201 C1D MAS203 C2D MAT120 C2D MAT121 C2D NUT101 C2D PSY105 RH2 PSY110 C2D SOC103 TH1 SOC205 C2D

DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2 DEV CYCLE 2

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ENGLISH COMPOSITION I English Composition II CHILDREN’S LITERATURE ART OF BEING HUMAN Medical Machine Transcription Medical Sec. Proc. II INTRO TO MATH I Intro To Math II Intro To Nutrition INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY Human Growth & Development INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY Social Problems

Hybrid Courses Cycle I Devens Campus

Days Begin

End

Jan. 21 - Mar. 11 3 meigs, f 3 STAFF 3 parks, p 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 Bissonnette, J 3 bissonnette, j 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 noyes-stevens, y 3 griffin, k 3 STAFF 3 warren, j

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

4:30PM 7:00PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 7:00PM 9:30PM 7:00PM 9:30PM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 7:00PM 9:30PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:30PM 7:00PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:30PM 7:00PM

Mar. 23 - May 13 3 meigs, f 3 parks, p 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 Bissonnette, J 3 Bissonnette, J 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 noyes-stevens, y 3 noyes-stevens, y 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW MW

4:30PM 7:00PM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 7:00PM 9:30PM 4:30PM 7:00PM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 7:00PM 9:30PM 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:30PM 7:00PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM 7:00PM 9:30PM 12:00 PM 2:30 PM

Jan. 20 - Mar. 12

Complete half of the course in class, half online. 20317 20380 20170 20383 20300 20395 20165 20523 20374 20406 20162 20391 20402 20410 20400 20376 20401 20393 20164 20184 20379 20404 20181 20409 20389 20399 20413 20387 20408

ACC101 C1D BSS153 TH1 BSS153 S2D BSS236 TH1 CHC101 S1D CIS127 RH1 CIS127 S1D ECO101 RH1 ENG101 TH2 ENG101 RH1 ENG101 S1D ENG102 TH2 ENG102 RH1 ENG213 RH1 ENG261 RH1 HIS201 TH1 HST101 RH1 HUM260 TH1 MAS101 S1D MAS201 S2D MAT120 TH1 MAT120 RH1 MAT120 S2D MAT121 RH1 MAT124 TH1 MAT126 RH1 MAT160 RH1 MGT110 TH1 MGT210 RH1

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BASIC ACCOUNTING Keyboarding Keyboarding Word I Complementary Health Care Computer Technologies Computer Technologies MACROECONOMICS English Composition I English Composition I English Composition I English Composition II English Composition II American Literature I Short Story I History of U.S. I Intro Human Services Art of Being Human Medical Secretarial Proced. I Medical Machine Transcription INTRODUCTION TO MATH 1 Intro To Math I Intro To Math I Intro To Math II Accelerated Intro to Algebra Topics Mathematics College Math I Small Business Management Principles of Management

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3 HARTSHORN, S T 3 STAFF T 3 Encarnacion, E S 3 mangual, j T 3 andrews, t s 3 STAFF R 3 Encarnacion, E S 3 JONES, R R 3 rahaim, c T 3 meigs, f R 3 Meigs, f S 3 niles, m T 3 niles, m R 3 Niles, m R 3 Hamm, e R 3 rahaim, c T 3 noyes-stevens, y R 3 fiandaca, l T 3 Bissonnette, J S 3 Bissonnette, J S 3 KELL, V T 3 staff R 3 fierimonte, s S 3 STAFF R 3 palumbo, j T 3 Fierimonte, S R 3 kell, v R 3 oden, l T 3 oden, l R

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DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1 DEV CYCLE 1

Fitness & Wellness INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY Intro To Psychology Intro To Psychology Child Development Child Development Child Development Human Growth & Development Psy of Death & Dying INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY Intro Sociology Social Problems SPANISH FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROF BEGINNING SPANISH I

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ACC102 C2D BSS236 S1D BUS112 HR1 CHC105 SID CHC108 HT1 CIS120 S2D CIS127 HT1 CIS127 HR1 ECO102 HR1 ENG101 HT1 ENG102 HT1 ENG102 HR1 ENG102 S1D ENG213 HT1 ENG235 HR1 HIS125 HR1 HST101 HR1 HST140 HT1 MAS202 S2D MAS203 S1D MAT120 HT1 MAT121 HT1 MAT121 HR1 MAT121 S2D MAT124 HT1 MAT143 HR1 MAT161 HR1 MAT161 HR1 MKT142 HT1 PER126 HR1 PER126 S2D PSY105 HT1 PSY105 HR1 PSY110 HR1 PSY110 HR2 PSY110 S1D PSY112 HT1 PSY244 HT1 PSY244 HR1 PSY244 S2D SOC103 HR SOC103 HT1 SOC103 HR1 THE113 HR1

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BASIC ACCOUNTING II Word I Customer Relations INTRO TO THE CHAKRA SYSTEM Transforming Stress Microcomputer Applications Computer Technologies Computer Technologies MICROECONOMICS English Composition I English Composition II English Composition II English Composition II American Literature I Children’s Literature American Ethnic History Intro Human Services Counseling Methods/Interv Tech Medical Coding and Billing Medical Sec. Proc. II Intro To Math I Intro To Math II Intro To Math II Intro To Math II Accelerated Intro to Algebra Statistics COLLEGE MATH II College Math II Marketing Fitness & Wellness FITNESS & WELLNESS Intro To Psychology Intro To Psychology Human Growth & Development Human Growth & Development Human Growth & Development DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Child Special Needs Child Special Needs Child Special Needs INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY Intro Sociology Intro Sociology Speech

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2 morock, m 3 GRIFFIN, K 3 Griffin, K 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y 3 fiandaca, l 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y 3 Griffin, K 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y 3 GRIFFIN, K 3 Griffin, K 3 noyes-stevens, y 3 Mangual, J 3 Mangual, j

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PER126 PSY105 PSY105 PSY105 PSY108 PSY108 PSY108 PSY110 PSY280 SOC103 SOC103 SOC205 SPA103 SPA109

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19415 ACC101 WEB GAR FULL Principles of Accounting I 3 Bolduc, L 19413 ACC102 WEB GAR FULL Principles of Accounting II 3 Bolduc, L 19882 BCT115 WEB GAR FULL Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R Photoshop 7.0 or higher, or Photoshop Elements 3.0 or higher. Min 4 mp digital camera, prefer manual exposure control 19886 BCT215 WEB GAR FULL Advanced Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R Photoshop 7.0 or higher, or Photoshop Elements 3.0 or higher. Min 4 mp digital camera, prefer manual exposure control 19419 BSS153 WEB GAR FULL Keyboarding 3 Reed, C Keyboarding Pro Software, MS Word 2007 19653 BUS105 WEB GAR FULL Business Ethics 3 Fielding, J 19902 BUS112 WEB GAR FULL Customer Relations 3 Greenwood, C 19129 BUS211 WEB GAR FULL Business Law I 3 Korman, J 19424 BUS212 WEB GAR FULL Business Law II 3 Korman, J 19675 CGD107 WEB GAR FULL Designing Business Graphics 3 Mayer, R CGD/CGW/CGWC/CGDC majors excluded, Adobe Photoshop CS or later ed. 19414 CGD205 WEB GAR FULL Digital Photo Art 3 Gillis, M CGD majors - Adobe Photoshop CS series (CS2 or CS3), non-majors - Adobe Photoshop Elements 5 or 6, or use of MWCC labs. Optional on-campus meetings 19446 CGD235 WEB GAR FULL Typography in Visual Comm 3 Gillis, M Adobe InDesign series (CS2 or CS3) or use of MWCC labs. Optional on-campus meetings 19124 CIS109 WEB GAR FULL Programming in BASIC 3 Caisse, P Software included w/text 19336 CIS115 WEB GAR FULL Surveying Tech via Internet 3 Rogers, R 19186 CIS118 WEB GAR FULL Internet Technologies 3 Caisse, P Free software download 19195 CIS120 WEB GAR FULL Microcomputer Applications 3 Donovan, D 19710 CIS121 WEB GAR FULL Microcomputer Applications II 3 Donovan, D 19936 CIS123 WEB GAR FULL Micro. Database Mgmt. 3 Rogers, R MS Access 2007 19420 CIS127 WEB GAR FULL Computer Technologies 3 Taylor, S MS Access 2007-free download available, PhotoShop Elements 6.0-free trial download available

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Linux Programming 4 Donovan, D Microcomp Networking Applic 3 Donovan, D Microcomputer Network Apps II 3 Donovan, D JAVA II 3 Taylor, S Software included w/text Criminal Law 3 Toothaker, B Macroeconomics 3 Jones, R Microeconomics 3 Jones, R Fundamentals of Writing 3 Patterson, D MS Word 97 or higher English Composition I 3 Patterson, D MS Word 97 or higher English Composition II 3 Tietjen, J MS Word 97 or higher English Composition II 3 Goldstein, S Learning Community: must take HUM260 W2B CRN 20219. MS Word 97 or higher American Literature I 3 Wyman, D Women’s Literature 3 Beaudry, A MS Word 97 or higher FILM APPRECIATION 3 POTHIER-HILL, W MOVIE ACCESS REQUIRED, MS WORD 97 OR HIGHER Lit Masterpieces I 3 Foye, B First Year Seminar 3 Costa, K MS Word 97 or higher, PowerPoint World & Cultural Geography 3 Walko, J History of U.S. I 3 Buttermore, L History of U.S. II 3 Buttermore, L Intro Human Services 3 Shivers, C Movie rental access Cultural Awareness 3 Shivers, C Movie rental access Art of Being Human 3 Valois, M MS Word 97 or higher Art of Being Human 3 Valois, M Learning Community: must take ENG102 W2B CRN 19305. MS Word 97 or higher Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Intro To Math I 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Intro To Math II 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Topics Mathematics 3 Laverty, P Access code included w/text Intermediate Math 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Statistics 3 Wicklund, B Software included w/text College Math I 3 Zona, S On-campus midterm, testing center option for true distance students College Math II 3 Wicklund, B Software included w/text Calculus I 4 Elinevsky, Y Access code included w/text Calculus II 4 Elinevsky, Y Access code included w/text Principles of Management 3 Reilly, J

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19502 CIS131 WEB GAR FULL 19193 CIS140 WEB GAR FULL 19205 CIS141 WEB GAR FULL 19295 CIS292 WEB GAR FULL 19871 CJU133 WEB GAR FULL 19001 ECO101 WEB GAR FULL 19130 ECO102 WEB GAR FULL 19002 ENG100 WEB GAR FULL 19192 ENG101 WEB GAR FULL 19206 ENG102 WEB GAR FULL 19305 ENG102 W2B & GAR FULL 20454 ENG213 WEB GAR FULL 19412 ENG221 WEB GAR FULL 20483 ENG245 WEB GAR FULL 19003 ENG259 WEB GAR FULL 19901 FYE101 WEB GAR FULL 19508 GEO129 WEB GAR FULL 19505 HIS201 WEB GAR FULL 19908 HIS202 WEB GAR FULL 19422 HST101 WEB GAR FULL 20002 HST150 WEB GAR FULL 19656 HUM260 WEB GAR FULL 20219 HUM260 W2B & GAR FULL 19423 MAT100 WEB GAR FULL 19042 MAT120 WEB GAR FULL 19043 MAT121 WEB GAR FULL 19296 MAT124 WEB GAR FULL 19657 MAT126 WEB GAR FULL 19511 MAT128 WEB GAR FULL 19131 MAT143 WEB GAR FULL 19658 MAT160 WEB GAR FULL 19681 MAT161 WEB GAR FULL 19690 MAT211 WEB GAR FULL 19691 MAT212 WEB GAR FULL 19209 MGT210 WEB GAR FULL


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19122 MGT235 WEB GAR FULL 19121 MKT241 WEB GAR FULL 19466 NUR204 WEB GAR FULL 19297 PLS101 WEB GAR FULL 19298 PLS104 WEB GAR FULL 19503 PLS110 WEB GAR FULL 19654 PLS220 WEB GAR FULL 19160 POL205 WEB GAR FULL 19655 PSY101 WEB GAR FULL 19126 PSY105 WEB GAR FULL 19207 PSY110 WEB GAR FULL 19123 PSY240 WEB GAR FULL 19509 PSY246 WEB GAR FULL 19333 RDG100 WEB GAR FULL 19005 SOC103 WEB GAR FULL 19208 SOC205 WEB GAR FULL 19225 SOC206 WEB GAR FULL 19512 SSC120 WEB GAR FULL 19507 THE103 WEB GAR FULL 19294 THE113 WEB GAR FULL

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Human Resources Management 3 Fielding, J Subscription to the Wall Street Journal recommended Advertising 3 Ialenti, V Trends in Nursing 3 kendrick, a Introduction to the Law 3 Howard, L MS Word 97 or higher Introduction to Family Law 3 Korman, J Litigation 3 Osowski, M Insurance Law 3 Goldstein, M Amer National Gov’n 3 Fielding, J Psychology of Self 3 Capozzi, J Intro To Psychology 3 Murphy, S Human Growth & Development 3 Coleman, R Abnormal Psychology 3 Coleman, R Psychology and the Law 3 Tesconi, L Fundamentals of Reading 3 Carney, J Intro Sociology 3 Szivos, J MS Word 97 or higher Social Problems 3 Tesconi, L Marriage & Family 3 Riordon, J Perspectives on Leadership 3 Carney, J Intro to Theatre 3 Steele, G Speech 3 Steele, G Access to video camera-preferably digital, 3 on-campus meetings

Online Courses in Spanish/Cursos por Internet en Español 20228 HST101 WBS GAR FULL 19803 MGT210 WBS GAR FULL 19492 PSY105 WBS GAR FULL 19802 SOC103 WBS GAR FULL

Intro Human Services 3 Principles of Management 3 Offered by Inter American University of Puerto Rico. Intro To Psychology 3 Intro Sociology 3 Offered by Inter American University of Puerto Rico.

Online Cycle I Courses 19337 PER126 WEB GAR CYCLE 1 Fitness & Wellness

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Rosi, C STAFF Castellanos, C STAFF

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Mar. 23 - May 13 (unless otherwise noted)

19888 BCT115 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R Photoshop 7.0 or higher, or Photoshop Elements 3.0 or higher. Min 4 mp digital camera, prefer manual exposure control 19468 BUS211 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Business Law I 3 Korman, J 19662 CGD107 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Designing Business Graphics 3 Mayer, R CGD/CGW/CGWC/CGDC majors excluded, Adobe Photoshop CS or later ed. 19501 CIS109 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Programming in BASIC 3 Caisse, P Software included w/text 19472 CIS115 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Surveying Tech via Internet 3 Rogers, R 19476 CIS118 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Internet Technologies 3 Caisse, P Free software download 19473 CIS123 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Micro. Database Mgmt. 3 Rogers, R MS Access 2007 19479 ENG101 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 English Composition I 3 Beaudry, A MS Word 97 or higher 19477 ENG259 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Lit Masterpieces I 3 Foye, B 19470 MAT100 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text 19510 MAT120 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Intro To Math I 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text 19469 POL205 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Amer National Gov’n 3 Fielding, J 19471 RDG100 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Fundamentals of Reading 3 Carney, J

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Cultural Anthropology 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11 Environmental Science/Lab 4 STAFF Offered by Bunker Hill Community College, Jan 20 - May 14 History of World CivilizationI 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11 History-World Civilization II 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11 Comparative Religion 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11. Music Appreciation 3 STAFF Offered by Bunker Hill Community College, Jan 20 - May 14 Beginning Spanish I 3 STAFF Offered by North Shore Community College, Jan 20 - May 13.

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Mass. Colleges Online

Massachusetts Colleges Online (MCO), a consortium of Massachusetts’ 15 community colleges and nine state colleges, offers convenient and flexible online courses and programs to students throughout the state and beyond. For the following courses, you’ll register and buy books through MWCC. The course delivery software system, technical support, and instruction are


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Accounting 19046 19047 20317 19116 19263 19264 19404 19415 20329 19054 19055 19100 19265 19266 19413 20023 20329 19344 19178 19267 19533 19057 19560 20037 20142

ACC101 ACC101 ACC101 ACC101 ACC101 ACC101 ACC101 ACC101 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC102 ACC224 ACC226 ACC226 ACC226 ACC227 ACC227 ACC227 ACC227

C & B & C1D T1G MWL T2L M2L WEB C2D D & E & M1G MWL TRL WEB R1G C2D MWL M1G MWL M1L F & MWL TRL T1L

GAR GAR DEV GAR LEO LEO LEO GAR DEV GAR GAR GAR LEO LEO GAR GAR DEV LEO GAR LEO LEO GAR LEO LEO LEO

FULL FULL CYCLE 1 FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 FULL CYCLE 2 FULL FULL FULL CYCLE 2 CYCLE 2 FULL FULL CYCLE 2 CYCLE 1 FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 FULL CYCLE 2 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1

Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting I BASIC ACCOUNTING Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting I BASIC ACCOUNTING II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Principles of Accounting II Taxation Managerial Accounting Managerial Accounting Managerial Accounting Computerized Accounting Computerized Accounting Computerized Accounting Computerized Accounting

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Bolduc, L MW 9:30 AM Bolduc, L TR 8:00 AM HARTSHORN, S T 5:00 PM STAFF T 6:00 PM Schultz, R MW 9:00 AM Bolduc, L TR 4:30 PM Hartshorn, S MW 7:00 PM Bolduc, L HARTSHORN, s T 5:00PM Bolduc, L TR 9:30 AM Bolduc, L MW 11:00 AM Awdycki, J M 6:00 PM Schultz, R MW 9:00 AM Bolduc, L TR 4:30 PM Bolduc, L Barrett, S R 6:00 PM STAFF MW 9:00 AM Hartshorn, S MW 4:30 PM Bolduc, L M 6:00 PM Bolduc, L MW 2:00 PM Hartshorn, S MW 7:00 PM Bolduc, L TR 11:00 AM Hartshorn, S MW 4:30 PM STAFF TR 9:00 AM STAFF TR 4:30 PM

10:45 AM 9:15 AM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 9:30 PM 7:00PM 10:45 AM 12:15 PM 8:30 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 4:30 PM 9:30 PM 12:15 PM 7:00 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM

American Sign Language 19428 ASL101 TRG GAR CYCLE 1 Basic Sign Language I 19907 ASL101 F & GAR FULL Basic Sign Language I 20028 ASL102 TRG GAR CYCLE 2 Basic Sign Language II

3 Rennie, B 3 March, H 3 Rennie, B

TR TR TR

6:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM

8:30 PM 12:15 PM 8:30 PM

Anthropology 19567 ANT111 NET GAR FULL 19964 ANT111 SA GAR FULL

Cultural Anthropology 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11 Cultural Anthropology 3 STAFF MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM

Art 20026 ART103 R1G GAR FULL 19135 ART105 T1G GAR FULL 19012 ART110 SD GAR FULL 19198 ART110 SF GAR FULL 19244 ART113 sfh GAR FULL 19565 ART113 W1G GAR FULL 19137 ART241 sbf GAR FULL 19013 ART242 SBf GAR FULL 19138 ART251 CE & GAR FULL 19139 ART251 AC & GAR FULL 19140 ART254 FH & GAR FULL 19141 ART259 FH & GAR FULL 19142 ART259 CE & GAR FULL 19143 ART260 NO & GAR FULL 19144 ART263 BD & GAR FULL 19145 ART264 CE & GAR FULL 19146 ART264 GI & GAR FULL 19147 ART272 FH & GAR FULL 19201 ART273 FH & GAR FULL 19240 ART284 NO & GAR FULL 19239 ART285 NO & GAR FULL

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Introduction to Sculpture 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Introduction to Drawing 3 Cauthen, G T 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Art History II 3 Schofield, D TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Art History II 3 Schofield, D TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Introduction to Studio 3 Montgomery, S T 12:15 PM 2:45 PM Introduction to Studio 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Watercolor Painting 3 Montgomery, S T 8:00 AM 12:00 PM Advanced Watercolors 3 Montgomery, S T 8:00 AM 12:00 PM Two-Dimensional Design 3 Pacheco, J MW 10:15 AM 12:15 PM Two-Dimensional Design 3 Pacheco, J MW 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Painting II 3 Pacheco, J T 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Ceramics I 3 Miller, J T 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Ceramics I 3 Miller, J MW 10:15 AM 12:15 PM Ceramics II 3 Miller, J F 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Drawing I 3 Matsuda, T TR 8:45 AM 10:45 AM Service Learning Opportunities Drawing II 3 Matsuda, T MW 10:15 AM 12:15 PM Service Learning Opportunities Drawing II 3 Matsuda, T MW 1:30 PM 3:30 PM Service Learning Opportunities Sculpture II 3 Matsuda, T R 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Service Learning Opportunities Sculpture III 3 Matsuda, T R 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Service Learning Opportunities Ceramics III 3 Miller, J F 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Permission of instructor. By arrangement. Ceramics IV 3 Miller, J F 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Permission of instructor. By arrangement.

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Automotive Technology 10:00 AM 10:45 AM 5:00 PM 11:00 AM 5:00 PM 11:00 AM 3:45 PM 5:00 PM 11:30 AM 5:00 PM

Biology 19277 BIO103 C & GAR FULL 19880 BIO103 E & GAR FULL 20224 BIO106 H & GAR FULL 20513 BIO109 MW1 DEV FULL 20514 BIO109 LMW DEV FULL 19199 BIO109 E GAR FULL 19525 BIO109 LGI * GAR FULL 19366 BIO109 SB GAR FULL 19438 BIO109 LF2 * GAR FULL 19735 BIO109 SC GAR FULL 19736 BIO109 LMN * GAR FULL 19892 BIO109 SD GAR FULL 19439 BIO109 LFH * GAR FULL 20120 BIO109 M3D DEV FULL 20121 BIO109 L3D * DEV FULL 20515 BIO109 T1G GAR FULL 20516 BIO109 L1T GAR FULL 19817 BIO110 SF GAR FULL 19819 BIO110 LF1 * GAR FULL 19159 BIO115 SC GAR FULL 19893 BIO115 LN * GAR FULL 19894 BIO115 SD GAR FULL 19367 BIO115 LF * GAR FULL 19621 BIO115 LF2 * GAR FULL 20116 BIO115 F1D DEV FULL 20527 BIO115 DEV DEV FULL 20528 BIO115 LDV DEV FULL 20117 BIO115 L1D * DEV FULL 20118 BIO115 T2D DEV FULL 20119 BIO115 L2D * DEV FULL 20359 BIO115 T1G GAR FULL 20360 BIO115 LTG * GAR FULL 19823 BIO140 SB GAR FULL 19824 BIO140 LDB * GAR FULL

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Human Health and Disease 3 Nutting, W MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Human Health and Disease 3 Nutting, W MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Hon:Hum Disease:Past,Prsnt,Fut 3 Weitze, C TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Honors Collq: For Honors Students Only BIOLOGY I 4 STAFF MW 1:15 PM 2:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO109 LAB – CRN 20514 BIOLOGY I 0 STAFF MW 2:30 PM 4:00 PM Biology I 4 Montagno, T MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Must take 19525 BIO 109 LGI - Reserved for Visions students. Biology I 0 Montagno, T M 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Reserved for Visions Students. Biology I 4 Lussier, A TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Must take 19438 BIO109 LF2 Biology I 0 Lussier, A R 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Biology I 4 Gagne, R MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19736 BIO109 LMN Biology I 0 Gagne, R F 8:45 AM 10:45 AM Biology I 4 Lussier, A TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19439 BIO109 LFH Biology I 0 Lussier, A T 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Biology I 4 Montagno, T M 5:30 PM 8:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO109 LAB - CRN 20121 Biology I 0 Montagno, T M 8:00 PM 10:00 PM BIOLOGY I 4 STAFF T 5:30PM 8:00PM MUST TAKE CRN20516 BIO109L1T BIOLOGY I 0 STAFF T 8:00PM 10:00PM Biology II 4 Pomeroy, M TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Must take 19819 BIO110 LF1 Biology II 0 Pomeroy, M R 1:05 PM 3:05 PM Human Biology 4 Silkey, H WF 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19893 BIO115 LN Human Biology 0 Silkey, H F 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Human Biology 4 Silkey, H TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19621 BIO115 LF2 or 19367 BIO115 LF Human Biology 0 Silkey, H R 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Human Biology 0 Silkey, H T 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Human Biology 4 Greene, E F 9:30 AM 12:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO115 LAB - CRN 20117 HUMAN BIOLOGY 3 STAFF M 5:30 PM 10:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO115 LAB – CRN 20528 HUMAN BIOLOGY LAB 0 STAFF M 5:30 PM 10:00 PM Human Biology 0 Greene, E F 12:00 PM 2:00 PM Human Biology 4 STAFF T 5:30 PM 8:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO115 LAB - CRN 20119 Human Biology 0 STAFF T 8:00 PM 10:00 PM Human Biology 4 STAFF T 5:30 PM 8:00 PM Must take CRN20360 BIO115 LTG Human Biology 0 STAFF T 8:00 PM 10:00 PM Intro Greenhouse Management 4 Pomeroy, M TR 7:30 AM 8:45 AM Must take 19825 BIO140 LBD or 19824 BIO142 LDB Intro Greenhouse Management 0 Pomeroy, M R 8:50 AM 10:50 AM

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Perf & Diagnosis II 5 Kaufmann, P F 9:00 AM Must take 19576 AUT121 LMP W 9:30 AM Perf & Diagnosis II 0 Kaufmann, P F 10:15 AM Electrical System II 4 Kaufmann, P R 9:30 AM Must take 19577 AUT124 LFL Electrical System II 0 Kaufmann, P R 12:00 PM Steering Suspensions 4 Seeley, P T 9:30 AM Must take 19578 AUT127 LFL M 1:45 PM Steering Suspensions 0 Seeley, P T 12:00 PM Automatic & Manual Drivetrains 4 Seeley, P M 9:30 AM Must take 19580 AUT130 LCI Automatic & Manual Drivetrains 0 Seeley, P W 10:30 AM

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19061 AUT121 C & GAR FULL 19576 AUT121 LMP *& GAR FULL 19062 AUT124 D & GAR FULL 19577 AUT124 LFL *& GAR FULL 19065 AUT127 GI & GAR FULL 19578 AUT127 LFL *& GAR FULL 19579 AUT130 CE & GAR FULL 19580 AUT130 LCI *& GAR FULL


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19825 BIO140 LBD * GAR FULL 20312 BIO160 R2D DEV FULL 20314 BIO160 L2D * DEV FULL 20315 BIO160 R3D DEV FULL 20316 BIO160 RLD DEV FULL 20510 BIO170 M1D DEV FULL 20511 BIO170 L1D DEV FULL 20531 BIO203 DEV DEV FULL 20532 BIO203 LDV DEV FULL 19202 BIO203 C & GAR FULL 19440 BIO203 LHJ *& GAR FULL 19441 BIO203 LJH *& GAR FULL 19820 BIO203 SD GAR FULL 19821 BIO203 LFH * GAR FULL 19822 BIO203 LF2 * GAR FULL 20003 BIO203 SCE GAR FULL 20004 BIO203 LGI * GAR FULL 20350 BIO203 W1G GAR FULL 20351 BIO203 LWG * GAR FULL 20352 BIO203 R1G GAR FULL 20353 BIO203 LRG * GAR FULL 19383 BIO204 F & GAR FULL 19895 BIO204 LHJ *& GAR FULL 19896 BIO204 LJH *& GAR FULL 19484 BIO204 D & GAR FULL 19737 BIO204 LEX *& GAR FULL 19587 BIO204 R1G GAR FULL 19588 BIO204 LRG * GAR FULL 19626 BIO204 GI & GAR FULL 20001 BIO204 LIK *& GAR FULL 19897 BIO204 E & GAR FULL 19898 BIO204 LGI *& GAR FULL 19899 BIO204 LG2 *& GAR FULL 20124 BIO204 R5D DEV FULL 20125 BIO204 L5D * DEV FULL 20529 BIO204 DEV DEV FULL 20530 BIO204 LDV DEV FULL 20126 BIO204 W6D DEV FULL 20127 BIO204 L6D * DEV FULL 20354 BIO204 W1G GAR FULL 19586 BIO204 LWG * GAR FULL 19067 BIO205 D & GAR FULL 19385 BIO205 LBD *& GAR FULL 19900 BIO205 LH *& GAR FULL 19374 BIO205 C & GAR FULL

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Intro Greenhouse Management 0 Pomeroy, M T 8:50 AM 10:50 AM Principles of Biochemistry 4 STAFF TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM MUST TAKE BIO160 LAB-CRN 20314 Principles of Biochemistry 0 STAFF R 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Principles of Biochemistry 4 STAFF T 5:30 PM 8:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO160 LAB - CRN 20316 Principles of Biochemistry 0 STAFF T 8:00 PM 10:00 PM CELL BIOLOGY 4 STAFF M 5:30 PM 8:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO170 LAB – CRN 20511 CELL BIOLOGY 0 STAFF M 8:00 PM 10:00 PM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 3 STAFF T 5:30 PM 10:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO203 LAB – CRN 20532 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB 0 STAFF T 5:30 PM 10:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 LeFrancois, W MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19441 BIO203-LJH or 19440 BIO203-LHJ Anatomy & Physiology I 0 LeFrancois, W T 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 0 LeFrancois, W R 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 Graham, T TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must also take 19821 BIO203 LFH or 19822 BIO203 LF2 Anatomy & Physiology I 0 Graham, T T 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 0 Graham, T R 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 Barney, J M 9:30 AM 12:00 PM Must take 20004 BIO203 LGI Anatomy & Physiology I 0 Barney, J M 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 STAFF W 5:30 PM 8:00 PM “Must take CRN 20351 BIO203 LWG“ Anatomy & Physiology I 0 STAFF W 8:00 PM 10:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology I 4 Weitze, C R 5:30 PM 8:00 PM Must take CRN20353 BIO203 LRG Anatomy & Physiology I 0 STAFF R 8:00 PM 10:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Barney, J TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Must take 19896 BIO204-LJH or 19895 BIO204-LHJ Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Barney, J T 1:00 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Barney, J R 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Kisiel, C TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19737 BIO204 LEX Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Kisiel, C W 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Conn, H R 5:30 PM 8:00 PM Must take 19588 BIO204 LRG Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Conn, H R 8:00 PM 10:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Kisiel, C M 1:45 PM 4:15 PM Must take 20001 BIO204 LIK Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Kisiel, C M 4:15 PM 6:15 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 LeFrancois, W MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Must take 19898 BIO204 LGI or 19899 BIO204 LG2 Anatomy & Physiology II 0 LeFrancois, W M 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 0 LeFrancois, W W 1:45 PM 3:45 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 LeFrancois, W R 5:30 PM 8:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO204 LAB - CRN 20125 Anatomy & Physiology II 0 LeFrancois, W R 8:00 PM 10:00 PM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 3 ARNOLD, C W 5:30 PM 10:00 PM MUST TAKE BIO204 LAB – CRN 20530 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB 0 ARNOLD, C W 5:30 PM 10:00 PM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Greene, E w 9:30 AM 12:00 pM MUST TAKE BIO204 LAB - CRN 20127 Anatomy & Physiology II 0 Greene, E w 12:00 pM 2:00 pM Anatomy & Physiology II 4 deDiego, P W 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Must take CRN19586 BIO204LWG Anatomy & Physiology II 0 deDiego, P W 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Microbiology 4 Nutting, W TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19385 BIO205 LBD or 19900 BIO205 LH Microbiology 0 Nutting, W T 7:30 AM 9:20 AM - R 8:15 AM 9:15 AM Microbiology 0 Nutting, W T 1:45 PM 3:35 PM - R 1:45 PM 2:45 PM Microbiology 4 Barney, J WF 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19526 BIO205-Lgi OR 19527 BIO205-LEI

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19526 BIO205 LGI *& GAR FULL 19527 BIO205 LEI *& GAR FULL 20128 BIO205 T7D DEV FULL 20129 BIO205 L7D * DEV FULL 20130 BIO205 T8D DEV FULL 20132 BIO205 L8D * DEV FULL 20133 BIO205 T9D DEV FULL 20135 BIO205 L9D * DEV FULL 20137 BIO205 W1D DEV FULL 20138 BIO205 L1D * DEV FULL 20355 BIO205 TRG GAR FULL 20356 BIO205 LTG * GAR FULL 20357 BIO205 WFG GAR FULL 20358 BIO205 LWG * GAR FULL 19948 BIO209 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19949 BIO209 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20182 BIO220 SE GAR FULL 20183 BIO220 LGI * GAR FULL

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Microbiology 0 Barney, J W 11:00 AM - F 11:30 AM Microbiology 0 Barney, J F 1:00 PM - W 1:45 PM Microbiology 4 Arnold, C Tr 11:30 AM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20129 Microbiology 0 Arnold, C tR 12:45 pM Microbiology 4 Arnold, C Tr 2:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20132 Microbiology 0 Arnold, C tR 3:45 PM Microbiology 4 Arnold, C T 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20135 Microbiology 0 Arnold, C tR 6:45 PM Microbiology 4 STAFF Wf 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BIO205 LAB - CRN 20138 Microbiology 0 STAFF wF 6:45 PM Microbiology 4 Nutting, W TR 6:00 PM Must take CRN20356 BIO205LTG Microbiology 0 Nutting, W TR 7:15 PM Microbiology 4 STAFF WF 6:00 PM Must take CRN20358 BIO205LWG Microbiology 0 STAFF WF 7:15 PM Human Sexuality 3 Rollins, R TR 11:30 PM Human Sexuality 3 Rollins, R TR 4:30 PM Soil Science 4 STAFF MW 11:00 AM Must take CRN 20183 BIO220LGI Soil Science 0 STAFF W 1:45 PM

End 1:00 PM 12:30 PM 2:00 PM 3:45 PM 12:45 PM 1:45 PM 3:45 PM 4:45 PM 6:45 PM 7:45 PM 6:45 PM 7:45 PM 7:15 PM 8:45 PM 7:15 PM 8:45 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 12:15 PM 3:45 PM

Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing 20304 BTC101 SCD DEV FULL 20305 BTC101 SLD DEV FULL 20306 BTC102 RCD DEV FULL 20307 BTC102 RLD DEV FULL 20308 BTC120 TRD DEV FULL 20309 BTC120 TLD DEV FULL 20310 BTC120 R1D DEV FULL 20311 BTC120 L1D * DEV FULL

Introduction to Biotechnology 4 STAFF S 9:30 AM MUST TAKE BTC101 - CRN 20305 Introduction to Biotechnology 0 STAFF S 12:00 PM Basic Solution/Scientfc Media 2 STAFF R 6:00 PM MUST TAKE BTC102 LAB - CRN 20307 Basic Solution/Scientfc Media 0 STAFF R 8:00 PM Biotech Experience II 4 Dowland, L TR 11:00 AM MUST TAKE BTC120 LAB - CRN 20309 Biotech Experience II 0 Dowland, L T 1:45 PM Biotech Experience II 4 Dowland, L R 5:30 PM MUST TAKE BTC120 LAB - CRN 20311 Biotech Experience II 0 Dowland, L R 8:00 PM

12:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 12:15 PM 3:15 PM 8:00 PM 10:00 PM

Broadcasting & Electronic Media 20274 BCT105 T1G GAR FULL 19348 BCT115 SG GAR FULL 19882 BCT115 WEB GAR FULL 19888 BCT115 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 20215 BCT115 W1G GAR FULL 19553 BCT122 SC GAR FULL 19624 BCT122 LFD * GAR FULL 19878 BCT122 LDF * GAR FULL 19731 BCT122 SE GAR FULL 19732 BCT122 LBD * GAR FULL 19733 BCT122 LDB * GAR FULL 19664 BCT124 w1G GAR FULL 19665 BCT124 L1w * GAR FULL 19167 BCT208 B & GAR FULL 19734 BCT208 F & GAR FULL 19048 BCT213 C & GAR FULL

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Intro Mass Media 3 Goldstein, S T 4:00 PM 6:30 PM Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R Photoshop 7.0 or higher, or Photoshop Elements 3.0 or higher. Min 4 mp digital camera, prefer manual exposure control Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R Photoshop 7.0 or higher, or Photoshop Elements 3.0 or higher. Min 4 mp digital camera, prefer manual exposure control Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Audio Productions II 3 Little, J MW 9:55 AM 10:45 AM Must take 19878 BCT122 LDF or 19624 BCT122 LFD Audio Productions II 0 Little, J R 10:15 AM 12:15 PM Audio Productions II 0 Little, J T 10:15 AM 12:15 PM Audio Productions II 3 Little, J MW 11:00 AM 11:55 AM Must take 19732 BCT122 LBD or 19733 BCT122 LDB Audio Productions II 0 Little, J T 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Audio Productions II 0 Little, J R 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Audio Production IV 3 Little, J w 4:00 PM 6:00 PM Must take 19665 BCT124 L1W Audio Production IV 0 Little, J w 6:00 PM 8:00 PM Broadcast Writing 3 Wilson, T TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Broadcast Writing 3 Wilson, T TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM TV Prod & Dir II 3 Anderson, J MW 9:55 AM 10:45 AM Must take a BCT213 Lab

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19881 BCT213 E & GAR FULL 19049 BCT213 LBD *& GAR FULL 19050 BCT213 LDB *& GAR FULL 19051 BCT213 LFD *& GAR FULL 19566 BCT213 LDF *& GAR FULL 19052 BCT214 A & GAR FULL 19886 BCT215 WEB GAR FULL 20460 BCT225 SG GAR FULL 20461 BCT225 LIK * GAR FULL 20462 BCT226 SG & GAR FULL 20463 BCT226 LIK * GAR FULL 19056 BCT229 G & GAR FULL 19554 BCT240 SI GAR FULL

Business

19653 19968 20053 20150 19409 19902 20038 20143 20445 20034 20066 20067 20083 19451 19128 19129 19269 19345 19468 19692 20151 20155 20156 19424 19685

BUS105 BUS105 BUS105 BUS105 BUS112 BUS112 BUS112 BUS112 BUS112 BUS113 BUS113 BUS113 BUS113 BUS125 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS211 BUS212 BUS212

WEB E TRL T1L ISL WEB TRL T1L HR1 MWL M1L M2L M3L TRL A WEB TRL M3L WE2 R1G T1L T2L T3L WEB SG

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GAR GAR LEO LEO LEO GAR LEO LEO DEV LEO LEO LEO LEO LEO GAR GAR LEO LEO GAR GAR LEO LEO LEO GAR GAR

FULL FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 INTER FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLE 2 FULL FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLE 2 FULL FULL

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TV Prod & Dir II 3 Anderson, J MW 11:00 AM 12:05 PM Must take BCT 213 Lab TV Prod & Dir II 0 Anderson, J T 8:00 AM 10:00 AM TV Prod & Dir II 0 Anderson, J R 8:00 AM 10:00 AM TV Prod & Dir II 0 Anderson, J R 10:45 AM 12:45 PM TV Prod & Dir II 0 Anderson, J T 10:15 AM 12:15 PM BCT Media Oper & Mgt 3 Ialenti, V MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Advanced Digital Photography 3 Mayer, R Photoshop 7.0 or higher, or Photoshop Elements 3.0 or higher. Min 4 mp digital camera, prefer manual exposure control Intro To Photography 3 Mayer, R TR 3:40 PM 4:40 PM Must take 20461 BCT 225 LIK Intro To Photography 0 Mayer, R TR 4:41 PM 5:25 PM Advanced Photography 3 Mayer, R TR 3:40 PM 4:40 PM Must take 20463 BCT226 LIK Advanced Photography 0 Mayer, R TR 4:41 PM 5:25 PM Editing Digital Video 3 Anderson, J MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Portrait Photography 3 Mayer, R MW 3:10 PM 4:25 PM Business Ethics Business Ethics Business Ethics Business Ethics Customer Relations Customer Relations Customer Relations Customer Relations Customer Relations Business Etiquette & Protocol Business Etiquette & Protocol Business Etiquette & Protocol Business Etiquette & Protocol Comm for Business & Industry Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Business Law II Business Law II

3 Fielding, J 3 Reilly, J MW 11:00 AM 3 STAFF TR 11:30 PM 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 3 Reilly, J MTWRF 4:30 PM 3 Greenwood, C 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 3 oden, l R 5:00 PM 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 3 Reilly, J TR 4:30 PM 3 Korman, J MW 8:00 AM 3 Korman, J 3 Daigle, P TR 2:00 PM 3 Reilly, J MW 4:30 PM 3 Korman, J 3 Goldstein, M R 6:00 PM 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 3 Korman, J 3 Korman, J MW 1:45 PM

12:15 PM 2:00 PM 9:30 PM 8:15 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 11:30 AM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 9:30 PM 7:00 PM 9:15 AM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:30 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM

Business Software Systems

19180 BSS153 G & GAR FULL Keyboarding 3 Reed, C MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Service Learning Opportunities 19419 BSS153 WEB GAR FULL Keyboarding 3 Reed, C Keyboarding Pro Software, MS Word 2007 19698 BSS153 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 Keyboarding 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 20031 BSS153 T1G GAR FULL Keyboarding 3 Thompson, J T 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 20170 BSS153 S2D DEV CYCLE 1 Keyboarding 3 Encarnacion, E S 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 20299 BSS153 INT DEV INTER Keyboarding 3 STAFF MWF 5:00 PM 7:55 PM 20380 BSS153 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 Keyboarding 3 STAFF T 10:30 AM 12:30 PM 19179 BSS236 C & GAR FULL Word I 3 Reed, C MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Service Learning Opportunities 19405 BSS236 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Word I 3 staff TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM 19782 BSS236 WSL LEO FULL Word I 3 Mangual, J W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Brick and Click course: Requires 6 classes in Leominster Wednesdays 6 - 8:30 PM. Requires fluency in Spanish. Contact Lisa Perez for more information: 978-840-3221 ext. 206. 20032 BSS236 W1G GAR FULL Word I 3 Thompson, J W 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 20051 BSS236 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Word I 3 STAFF MW 11:30 PM 2:00 PM 20140 BSS236 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 Word I 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM 20189 BSS236 S1D DEV CYCLE 2 Word I 3 Encarnacion, E S 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 20296 BSS236 INT DEV INTER Word I 3 STAFF MWF 5:00 PM 7:55 PM 20383 BSS236 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 Word I 3 mangual, j T 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

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Chemistry

19904 CHE108 SC GAR FULL 19905 CHE108 LGI * GAR FULL 20241 CHE108 T1G GAR FULL 20242 CHE108 L1T * GAR FULL 20458 CHE120 E & GAR FULL

Clinical Laboratory Science

19708 CLS102 ISG GAR INTER 20455 CLS102 Z GAR FULL 20456 CLS103 W1G GAR FULL 19777 CLS204 SA GAR FULL 19778 CLS206 SB GAR FULL 19779 CLS208 SD GAR FULL 19780 CLS214 SC GAR FULL

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General Chemistry II 4 STAFF MW 9:30 AM Must take 19905 CHE108 LGI General Chemistry II 0 STAFF W 1:45 PM General Chemistry II 4 Gelbwasser, H T 5:30 PM Must take 20242 CHE108 L1T General Chemistry II 0 Gelbwasser, H T 8:00 PM Environmental Chemistry 4 Conn, H MW 11:00 AM Prac Phlebotomy and Urinalysis 2 Herold, R “Permission of Instructor required“ Prac Phlebotomy and Urinalysis 2 Herold, R “Permission of Instructor required“ Intro Clinical Science II 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM Clinical Hematology II 3 Herold, R MWF 8:00 AM By Instructor Arrangement Clinical Immunohematology II 3 Herold, R MWF 10:30 AM By Instructor Arrangement Clinical Microbiology II 3 Herold, R MWF 10:30 AM By Instructor Arrangement Clinical Chemistry II 3 Herold, R MWF 8:00 AM By Instructor Arrangement

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Complementary Health Care 20522 chc101 trl leo cycle 2 complementary health care 3 staff tr 19458 CHC101 M1G GAR FULL Complementary Health Care 3 King, D M 19869 CHC101 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 Complementary Health Care 3 Andrews, M MW 20300 CHC101 S1D DEV CYCLE 1 Complementary Health Care 3 andrews, t s 20302 CHC105 SID DEV CYCLE 2 INTRODUCTION TO THE CHAKRA SYSTEM 3 ANDREWS, T S 19870 CHC105 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 Intro to the Chakra System 3 Andrews, M MW 19761 CHC108 SH GAR FULL Transforming Stress 3 Brown, L TR 20325 CHC108 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 Transforming Stress 3 STAFF MW 20239 CHC110 FSG GAR FULL Reiki:Traditional Usui Method 3 King, D S Classes meet Fri Jan 30, Feb 27, Mar 27 6-9pm and Sat Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 7 & 28 9-5pm. S 20480 CHC114 T1G GAR Cycle 2 INTRO TO TRAGER APPROACH 1 POPP-0HAGAR, C T MEETS MAR 24, 31 APR 7, 14 & 21 19454 CHC220 M1G GAR FULL Mind/Body/Spirit Connection 3 Panagiotes, K M

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Computer Tech I:Operating Sys 4 Mann, F r 4:30 PM Classes held at Worcester Vocational Technical High School

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Computer & Electronic Technolgy 20234 CET101 WOR OFF FULL

Computer Graphic Design 19582 CGD101 R1G GAR FULL 19444 CGD103 SHJ GAR FULL 19669 CGD104 T1G GAR FULL 19148 CGD105 SAC GAR FULL 19320 CGD105 GI & GAR FULL 20238 CGD105 W1G GAR FULL 19149 CGD106 HJ & GAR FULL 19335 CGD107 SE GAR FULL 19662 CGD107 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19675 CGD107 WEB GAR FULL 19903 CGD112 SF GAR FULL

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Design Theory 3 Wrobel, T R 6:00 PM 9:30 PM Open to all majors Print Production for Designers 3 Jordan, K T 1:00 PM 4:30 PM Reserved for CGD and CGDC Majors Digital Imaging 3 Mayer, R T 5:30 PM 9:00 PM Open to all majors. Electronic Illustration 3 Shelton, S MW 9:00 AM 10:45 AM Reserved for CGD, CGDC, CGW and CGWC Majors Electronic Illustration 3 Cullen, L MW 1:45 PM 3:30 PM Reserved for CGD, CGDC, CGW and CGWC Majors Electronic Illustration 3 Shelton, S W 5:30 PM 9:00 PM Open to all majors Portfolio Preparation 3 Cullen, L R 1:00 PM 4:30 PM Reserved for CGD and CGDC Majors Designing Business Graphics 3 Mayer, R MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM CGD/CGDC/CGW/CGWC majors excluded. Adobe Photoshop CS or later edition. Designing Business Graphics 3 Mayer, R CGD/CGW/CGWC/CGDC majors excluded, Adobe Photoshop CS or later ed. Designing Business Graphics 3 Mayer, R CGD/CGW/CGWC/CGDC majors excluded, Adobe Photoshop CS or later ed. Communications in Desgn & Tech 3 Gerry, R TR 11:00 AM 12:45 PM Reserved for CGW and CGWC majors

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19445 CGD204 SHJ GAR FULL 19414 CGD205 WEB GAR FULL 19150 CGD210 AC & GAR FULL 19446 CGD235 WEB GAR FULL 19011 CGD240 F & GAR FULL 19151 CGD240 BD & GAR FULL 19321 CGD240 SHJ GAR FULL 20070 CGD242 SE GAR FULL

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19124 CIS109 WEB GAR FULL 19501 CIS109 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 20243 CIS109 T1G GAR FULL 19336 CIS115 WEB GAR FULL 19472 CIS115 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19186 CIS118 WEB GAR FULL 19476 CIS118 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19536 CIS118 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19195 CIS120 WEB GAR FULL 19341 CIS120 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 19670 CIS120 W1G GAR FULL 20068 CIS120 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 20144 CIS120 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20198 CIS120 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20199 CIS120 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 20343 CIS120 S2D DEV CYCLE 2 19559 CIS121 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 19710 CIS121 WEB GAR FULL 19473 CIS123 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19668 CIS123 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19936 CIS123 WEB GAR FULL 19328 CIS127 G & GAR FULL 19329 CIS127 E & GAR FULL 19406 CIS127 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 19407 CIS127 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 19416 CIS127 A2 & GAR FULL 19417 CIS127 C & GAR FULL 19420 CIS127 WEB GAR FULL 19429 CIS127 ISG GAR INTER 19430 CIS127 M1G GAR FULL 19431 CIS127 R1G GAR FULL 19455 CIS127 SF GAR FULL 19474 CIS127 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19518 CIS127 E2 & GAR FULL 19529 CIS127 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 19539 CIS127 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19551 CIS127 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 19561 CIS127 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 19611 CIS127 M4L LEO CYCLE 2 19614 CIS127 T4L LEO CYCLE 2

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Advanced Digital Imaging 3 Mayer, R TR 1:45 PM 3:30 PM Open to all majors except CGD and CGW Digital Photo Art 3 Gillis, M CGD majors - Adobe Photoshop CS series (CS2 or CS3), non-majors Adobe Photoshop Elements 5 or 6, or use of MWCC labs. Optional on-campus meetings Advanced Website Development 3 Swerzenski, P MW 9:00 AM 10:45 AM Reserved for CGW and CGWC Majors Typography in Visual Comm 3 Gillis, M Adobe InDesign series (CS2 or CS3) or use of MWCC labs. Optional on-campus meetings Creative Web Design 3 Swerzenski, P TR 11:00 AM 12:45 PM Reserved for CGD, CGDC, CGW and CGWC Majors Creative Web Design 3 Swerzenski, P TR 9:00 AM 10:45 AM Reserved for CGD, CGDC, CGW and CGWC Majors Creative Web Design 3 Gerry, R TR 1:45 PM 3:30 PM Reserved for CDG, CGDC, CGW and CGWC majors or permission of instructor. Advanced Web Animation 3 Gerry, R MW 11:00 AM 12:45 PM CGD, CGDC, CGW, CGWC Programming in BASIC 3 Caisse, P Software included w/text Programming in BASIC 3 Caisse, P Software included w/text Programming in BASIC 3 Taylor, S T 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Surveying Tech via Internet 3 Rogers, R Surveying Tech via Internet 3 Rogers, R Internet Technologies 3 Caisse, P Free software download Internet Technologies 3 Caisse, P Free software download Internet Technologies 3 Knox, R TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Microcomputer Applications 3 Donovan, D Microcomputer Applications 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Microcomputer Applications 3 Taylor, R W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Microcomputer Applications 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Microcomputer Applications 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Microcomputer Applications 3 STAFF TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Microcomputer Applications 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Microcomputer Applications 3 Encarnacion, E S 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Microcomputer Applications II 3 Moser, T MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Microcomputer Applications II 3 Donovan, D Micro. Database Mgmt. 3 Rogers, R MS Access 2007 Micro. Database Mgmt. 3 Knox, R TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Micro. Database Mgmt. 3 Rogers, R MS Access 2007 Computer Technologies 3 Westover, D MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 Reed, C MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Service Learning Opportunities Computer Technologies 3 staff TR 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Computer Technologies 3 Taylor, S MS Access 2007-free download available, PhotoShop Elements 6.0-free trial download available Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D MTWRF 9:00 AM 12:45 PM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D M 4:00 PM 6:30 PM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D R 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Computer Technologies 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Computer Technologies 3 Donovan, D MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Computer Technologies 3 Moser, T TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM

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19697 CIS127 T5L LEO CYCLE 1 19706 CIS127 ISL LEO INTER 19707 CIS127 I2L LEO INTER 19767 CIS127 C3 & GAR FULL 19808 CIS127 D & GAR FULL 19813 CIS127 H & GAR FULL 19955 CIS127 A & GAR FULL 20369 CIS127 X2G GAR FULL 20395 CIS127 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20433 CIS127 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 20438 CIS127 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19502 CIS131 WEB GAR FULL 19064 CIS140 D & GAR FULL 19193 CIS140 WEB GAR FULL 19205 CIS141 WEB GAR FULL 19957 CIS143 B & GAR FULL 19954 CIS224 E & GAR FULL 19295 CIS292 WEB GAR FULL

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Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 O’Brien, J MTWRF 9:00 AM 12:45 PM Computer Technologies 3 Moser, T MTWRF 4:30 PM 8:15 PM Computer Technologies 3 Taylor, S MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Computer Technologies 3 Taylor, S TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Computer Technologies 3 Reed, C TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Service Learning Opportunities. Computer Technologies 3 Wilson, T MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Computer Technologies 3 STAFF S 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Meets every other Saturday starting Jan 31. Half of the course done in class, half done online. Computer Technologies 3 STAFF R 8:30 AM 10:30 AM Computer Technologies 3 STAFF T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Computer Technologies 3 STAFF R 10:30 AM 12:30 PM Linux Programming 4 Donovan, D Microcomp Networking Applic 3 Donovan, D TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Microcomp Networking Applic 3 Donovan, D Microcomputer Network Apps II 3 Donovan, D PC Maintenance 3 Donovan, D TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Beginning PL/SQL 3 Wilson, T MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM JAVA II 3 Taylor, S Software included w/text

Cooperative Education 19134 CED203 X GAR FULL

Cooperative Education 3 Bolduc, L Must have permission to register from Co-op Director

Criminal Justice 19660 CJU131 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19871 CJU133 WEB GAR FULL 19152 CJU134 F & GAR FULL 19153 CJU134 C & GAR FULL 19182 CJU140 D & GAR FULL 19332 CJU232 H & GAR FULL 19959 CJU232 E & GAR FULL 19676 CJU250 W1G GAR FULL 19960 CJU252 X & GAR FULL 19183 CJU255 G & GAR FULL 19246 CJU255 JL & GAR FULL 19215 CJU260 X & GAR FULL

Intro Criminal Justice 3 Poitras, J TR 4:30 PM Criminal Law 3 Toothaker, B Criminal Procedure 3 Hillman, R TR 11:00 AM Criminal Procedure 3 Hillman, R MW 9:30 AM American Policing 3 Hillman, R TR 9:30 AM Intro Criminology 3 Natalizia, E TR 1:45 PM Intro Criminology 3 Natalizia, E MW 11:00 AM Intro Corrections 3 Culver, H W 6:00 PM Internship in Criminal Justice 3 Hillman, R W 12:30 PM Seminar in Criminal Justice 3 Natalizia, E MW 1:45 PM Seminar in Criminal Justice 3 Natalizia, E R 3:30 PM Probation, Parole, & Comm Corr 3 Natalizia, E T 12:20 PM Meets Tues only 12:20 - 1:30. Must have computer/Internet access.

7:00 PM 12:15 PM 10:45 AM 10:45 AM 3:00 PM 12:15 PM 8:30 PM 1:30 PM 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:30 PM

Dental Hygiene 19391 DHY105 BDF BUR FULL 19392 DHY106 HJF BUR FULL 19393 DHY107 BDF BUR FULL 19394 DHY108 F BUR FULL 19395 DHY108 L1 * BUR FULL 19396 DHY108 L2 * BUR FULL 19519 DHY206 CE BUR FULL 20232 DHY206 LGK * BUR FULL 19521 DHY207 AC BUR FULL 19522 DHY207 LBJ * BUR FULL 19523 DHY207 LJB * BUR FULL 19524 DHY208 AE BUR FULL

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Anatomic Science II 3 Shakar, J TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Dental Material (and Lab) 3 Heroux, V R 12:30 PM 2:20 PM - F 12:30 PM 2:20 PM Periodontology 3 Bibaud, K F 8:00 AM 10:30 AM Process of Care II 6 McCracken, E TR 10:00 AM 11:15 AM Must take 19395 DHY108 L1 or 19396 DHY108 L2 Process of Care II 0 STAFF MW 12:30 PM 5:45 PM Process of Care II 0 STAFF MW 8:00 AM 12:15 PM Community Health 3 McCracken, E M 2:00 PM 3:40 PM Must take 20232 DHY206 LGK Community Health 0 McCracken, E M 2:00 PM 3:40 PM Dental Hygn Process of Care IV 5 STAFF W 8:30 AM 9:20 AM Must take 19522 DHY207-LBJ or 19523 DHY207-LJB Dental Hygn Process of Care IV 0 McCracken, E T 8:00 AM 5:00 PM - F 8:00 AM 11:00 AM Dental Hygn Process of Care IV 0 Heroux, V R 8:00 AM 5:00 PM - F 12:30 PM 3:30 PM Dental Ethics & Prof Issues 2 Heroux, V W 10:00 AM 11:40 AM

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19006 ECE101 D & GAR FULL 19515 ECE102 D & GAR FULL 19007 ECE103 F & GAR FULL 19598 ECE105 T1G GAR FULL 19170 ECE114 Z & GAR FULL 19937 ECE114 IX & GAR FULL 19009 ECE124 IX & GAR FULL 19171 ECE124 Z & GAR FULL 19963 ECE134 M1G & GAR FULL 19679 ECE260 D & GAR FULL

Intro Early Child Ed 3 Kane, M TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Early Childhood Cur & Prg Pln 3 Provost, M TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Service Learning Opportunities Home, School and Community 3 Morel, R TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Day Care Administration 3 Feeley, S T 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Early Childhood Practicum I 4 Morel, R By Arrangement with Department Chair Early Childhood Practicum I 4 Morel, R W 12:20 PM 2:00 PM Childhood Practicum, II 4 Morel, R W 12:20 PM 2:00 PM Childhood Practicum, II 4 Morel, R By Arrangement of Department Chair Guiding Childrens’ Behavior 3 Provost, M M 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Leadership in Education Semnar 3 Morel, R TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM

Earth Science 19059 EAS115 C & GAR FULL 19060 EAS115 LGI *& GAR FULL 20216 EAS115 F & GAR FULL 20217 EAS115 LHJ *& GAR FULL 19563 EAS125 M1L LEO CYCLE 2

Biogeology:History of Life 4 Conn, H MW 9:30 AM Must take 19060 EAS115 LGI Biogeology:History of Life 0 Conn, H W 1:45 PM Biogeology:History of Life 4 Conn, H TR 11:00 AM Must take 20217 EAS 115 LHJ Biogeology:History of Life 0 Conn, H T 1:45 PM The Dynamic Earth 4 Dernalowicz, M MW 4:30 PM

10:45 AM 3:45 PM 12:15 PM 3:45 PM 9:00 PM

Economics 19001 20523 19278 19342 20145 20193 19015 19016 19130 19350 20524

ECO101 ECO101 ECO101 ECO101 ECO101 ECO101 ECO102 ECO102 ECO102 ECO102 ECO102

WEB RH1 TRL T1L T2L T3L E & D & WEB MWL HR1

GAR DEV LEO LEO LEO LEO GAR GAR GAR LEO DEV

FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 FULL FULL FULL CYCLE 2 CYCLE 2

Macroeconomics MACROECONOMICS Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics MICROECONOMICS

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Jones, R JONES, R R 7:00 PM Murphy, T TR 2:00 PM STAFF TR 9:00 AM STAFF TR 4:30 PM STAFF TR 7:00 PM Greenwood, M MW 11:00 AM Greenwood, M TR 9:30 AM Jones, R Murphy, T MW 11:30 PM JONES, R R 7:00 PM

9:00 PM 4:30 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 9:30 PM 12:15 PM 10:45 AM 2:00 PM 9:00 PM

Electronic Communications & Digital Media 20235 EDC102 WOR OFF FULL 20237 EDC103 WOR OFF FULL 19516 EDU101 C & GAR FULL

Netwkg for Home & Smll Businss 3 Mann, F T 4:30 PM 7:30 PM Classes held at Worcester Vocational Technical High School Netwkg for Smll-to-Med Businss 4 STAFF R 4:30 PM 7:30 PM Classes held at Worcester Vocational Technical High School Introduction to Education 3 Provost, M MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM

English 19783 ENG099 MWL LEO FULL 20035 ENG099 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 20071 ENG099 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 20340 ENG099 F1D DEV FULL 19002 ENG100 WEB GAR FULL 19279 ENG100 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 19399 ENG100 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 19606 ENG100 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19649 ENG100 F & GAR FULL 19699 ENG100 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 20072 ENG100 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 20275 ENG100 M1G GAR FULL 20337 ENG100 F1D DEV FULL 19017 ENG101 SF GAR FULL 19114 ENG101 W1G GAR FULL 19132 ENG101 T1G GAR FULL 19158 ENG101 SA GAR FULL 19175 ENG101 SH2 GAR FULL 19192 ENG101 WEB GAR FULL 19204 ENG101 SD3 GAR FULL 19241 ENG101 SG2 GAR FULL

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Writing Readiness 3 STAFF MW 9:30 AM Writing Readiness 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Writing Readiness 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Writing Readiness 3 STAFF F 5:00 PM Fundamentals of Writing 3 Patterson, D MS Word 97 or higher Fundamentals of Writing 3 Fiore, D MW 4:30 PM Fundamentals of Writing 3 Hosley, D MW 9:00 AM Fundamentals of Writing 3 staff TR 7:00 PM Fundamentals of Writing 3 Patterson, D TR 11:00 AM Fundamentals of Writing 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Fundamentals of Writing 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Fundamentals of Writing 3 Pera, F M 6:00 PM Fundamentals of Writing 3 STAFF W 5:00 PM English Composition I 3 Gordon, E TR 11:00 AM English Composition I 3 Niles, M W 6:00 PM English Composition I 3 Hodgen, J T 6:00 PM English Composition I 3 Pothier-Hill, W MW 8:00 AM English Composition I 3 Croteau, J TR 1:45 PM English Composition I 3 Patterson, D MS Word 97 or higher English Composition I 3 Gordon, E TR 9:30 AM English Composition I 3 STAFF MW 1:45 PM

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19242 ENG101 SC3 GAR FULL 19243 ENG101 SE3 GAR FULL 20386 ENG101 TH1 DEV CYCLE 2 19280 ENG101 M4L LEO CYCLE 1 19281 ENG101 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 19282 ENG101 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 19326 ENG101 SB GAR FULL 19353 ENG101 T2L LEO CYCLE 1 19373 ENG101 T4L LEO CYCLE 2 19410 ENG101 SC2 GAR FULL 19479 ENG101 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19530 ENG101 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 19613 ENG101 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19636 ENG101 SA2 GAR FULL 19650 ENG101 SH3 GAR FULL 19651 ENG101 SI GAR FULL 19769 ENG101 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19909 ENG101 F2 & GAR FULL 19910 ENG101 SG GAR FULL 20162 ENG101 S1D DEV CYCLE 1 20320 ENG101 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 20374 ENG101 TH2 DEV CYCLE 1 20406 ENG101 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20427 ENG101 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 19020 ENG102 C & GAR FULL 19021 ENG102 C2 & GAR FULL 19023 ENG102 D & GAR FULL 19024 ENG102 H2 & GAR FULL 19108 ENG102 T1G GAR FULL 19115 ENG102 W1G GAR FULL 19168 ENG102 G & GAR FULL 19176 ENG102 D2 & GAR FULL 19177 ENG102 H & GAR FULL 19206 ENG102 WEB GAR FULL 19283 ENG102 T2L LEO CYCLE 1 19284 ENG102 M5L LEO CYCLE 2 19305 ENG102 W2B & GAR FULL 19322 ENG102 A & GAR FULL 19323 ENG102 E3 & GAR FULL 20377 ENG102 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19352 ENG102 M6L LEO CYCLE 2 19355 ENG102 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19371 ENG102 T4L & LEO CYCLE 2 19384 ENG102 F & GAR FULL 19450 ENG102 R1G GAR FULL 19478 ENG102 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 19534 ENG102 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19638 ENG102 E & GAR FULL 19640 ENG102 SI GAR FULL 19641 ENG102 E2 & GAR FULL 19643 ENG102 D3 & GAR FULL 19700 ENG102 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 19724 ENG102 M1G GAR FULL 20077 ENG102 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 20159 ENG102 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20186 ENG102 S1D DEV CYCLE 2 20328 ENG102 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 20391 ENG102 TH2 DEV CYCLE 1 20402 ENG102 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20416 ENG102 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2

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English Composition I 3 Motew, M MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM English Composition I 3 Motew, M MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 meigs, f MW 4:30PM 7:00PM English Composition I 3 Jackson, J MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM English Composition I 3 Cummings, D MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition I 3 Jackson, J MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM English Composition I 3 Morris, K TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM English Composition I 3 Cummings, D TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition I 3 Hosley, D TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM English Composition I 3 Paul, S MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM English Composition I 3 Beaudry, A MS Word 97 or higher English Composition I 3 Hosley, D MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition I 3 staff TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM English Composition I 3 Paul, S MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM English Composition I 3 STAFF TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM English Composition I 3 STAFF MW 3:15 PM 4:30 PM English Composition I 3 Fiore, D TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM English Composition I 3 Goldstein, S TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM English Composition I 3 niles, m MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM English Composition I 3 meigs, f S 8:00 AM 10:00 AM English Composition I 3 parks, p MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition I 3 rahaim, c T 8:30 AM 10:30 AM English Composition I 3 meigs, f R 5:00 PM 7:00 PM English Composition I 3 hamm, e T 5:00 PM 7:00 PM English Composition II 3 Donahue, L MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Service Learning Opportunities English Composition II 3 Pitkiewicz, P MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM English Composition II 3 Donahue, L TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Service Learning Opportunities English Composition II 3 Donahue, L TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Service Learning Opportunities English Composition II 3 Patterson, D T 4:00 PM 6:30 PM English Composition II 3 Gearan, J W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM English Composition II 3 Blake, S MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM English Composition II 3 Pitkiewicz, P TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM English Composition II 3 Wyman, D TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM English Composition II 3 Tietjen, J MS Word 97 or higher English Composition II 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM English Composition II 3 Hosley, D MW 11:30 PM 2:00 PM English Composition II 3 Goldstein, S Learning Community: must take HUM260 W2B CRN 20219. MS Word 97 or higher English Composition II 3 Patterson, D MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM English Composition II 3 Wyman, D MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 meigs, f MW 4:30PM 7:00PM English Composition II 3 Jackson, J MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM English Composition II 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition II 3 Blake, S TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Service Learning Opportunities English Composition II 3 Pitkiewicz, P TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM English Composition II 3 Cronin, J R 6:00 PM 8:30 PM English Composition II 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM English Composition II 3 Hosley, D TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition II 3 Patterson, D MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM English Composition II 3 STAFF MW 3:15 PM 4:30 PM English Composition II 3 Blake, S MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM English Composition II 3 Patterson, D TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM English Composition II 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition II 3 Morris, K M 4:00 PM 6:30 PM English Composition II 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM English Composition II 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM English Composition II 3 STAFF S 8:00 AM 10:00 AM English Composition II 3 parks, p MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM English Composition II 3 niles, m T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM English Composition II 3 niles, m R 10:30 AM 12:30 PM English Composition II 3 rahaim, c T 8:30 AM 10:30 AM

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20444 ENG102 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 English Composition II 3 meigs, f R 5:00 PM 20467 ENG102 T3L & LEO CYCLE 1 English Composition II 3 Blake, S TR 11:30 PM 19639 eng102 g3 gar full english composition II 3 pitkiewicz, p mw 1:45 pm 19203 eng102 g4 gar full english composition II 3 wyman, d mw 1:45 pm 19921 ENG106 h & GAR FULL Technical Writing 3 Patterson, D TR 1:45 PM 19792 ENG213 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 American Literature I 3 Hamm, E TR 2:00 PM 20410 ENG213 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 American Literature I 3 niles, m R 7:00 PM 20420 ENG213 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 American Literature I 3 hamm, e T 10:30 AM 20454 ENG213 WEB GAR FULL American Literature I 3 Wyman, D 19026 ENG214 F & GAR FULL American Literature II 3 Wyman, D TR 11:00 AM 19412 ENG221 WEB GAR FULL Women’s Literature 3 Beaudry, A MS Word 97 or higher 20039 ENG221 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 Women’s Literature 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 20146 ENG221 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 Women’s Literature 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 19922 ENG224 E & GAR FULL Mystery Fiction Literature 3 Pitkiewicz, P MW 11:00 AM 19028 ENG235 G & GAR FULL Children’s Literature 3 Donahue, L MW 1:45 PM Service Learning Opportunities 20452 ENG235 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 CHILDREN’S LITERATURE 3 STAFF MW 7:00PM 19401 ENG235 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 Children’s Literature 3 Komperda, K TR 9:00 AM 19552 ENG235 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 Children’s Literature 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 19599 ENG235 R1G GAR FULL Children’s Literature 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM 20225 ENG235 T2L LEO CYCLE 1 Children’s Literature 3 Komperda, K TR 9:00 AM 20452 ENG235 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 Children’s Literature 3 STAFF mw 7:00 PM 19923 ENG239 E & GAR FULL Creative Writing I 3 Valois, M MW 11:00 AM 20226 ENG239 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Creative Writing I 3 Komperda, K TR 7:00 PM 19247 ENG240 E & GAR FULL Creative Writing II 3 Valois, M MW 11:00 AM 19327 ENG241 C & GAR FULL Journalism I 3 Goldstein, S MW 9:30 AM Service Learning Opportunities 19924 ENG242 C & GAR FULL Journalism II 3 Goldstein, S MW 9:30 AM 19616 ENG245 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 Film Appreciation 3 Henshaw, D TR 2:00 PM 20483 ENG245 WEB GAR FULL FILM APPRECIATION 3 POTHIER‐HILL W MS WORD 97 OR HIGHER. MOVIE ACCESS REQUIRED. 19003 ENG259 WEB GAR FULL Lit Masterpieces I 3 Foye, B 19477 ENG259 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 Lit Masterpieces I 3 Foye, B 19324 ENG261 C & GAR FULL Short Story I 3 Blake, S MW 9:30 AM 20231 ENG261 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 Short Story I 3 Fullerton, M TR 4:30 PM 20400 ENG261 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 Short Story I 3 hamm, e R 10:30 AM

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English as a Second Language 19318 ELC100 T1L LEO FULL 19986 ELC101 TRL LEO FULL 19992 ELC101 T1L LEO FULL 19481 ELC102 T2L LEO FULL 19620 ELC102 TRL LEO FULL 19789 ELC103 TRL LEO FULL 19793 ELC103 T1L LEO FULL 19623 ELG101 M1L LEO FULL 19752 ELG101 MWL & LEO FULL 19755 ELG102 MWL LEO FULL 19978 ELG102 M1L LEO FULL 19784 ELG103 MWL LEO FULL 19982 ELG103 M1L LEO FULL 19319 ELR100 T1L LEO FULL 19985 ELR101 TRL LEO FULL 19991 ELR101 T1L LEO FULL 19482 ELR102 T2L LEO FULL 19618 ELR102 TRL LEO FULL 19785 ELR103 T1L LEO FULL 19989 ELR103 TRL LEO FULL 19788 ELS103 MWF LEO FULL 19795 ELS103 LWF * LEO FULL 19625 ELW101 M2L LEO FULL 19753 ELW101 MWL & LEO FULL 19757 ELW102 M1L LEO FULL 19980 ELW102 M2L LEO FULL 19794 ELW103 MWL LEO FULL 19984 ELW103 M1L LEO FULL

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Beginning Conversation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Adv. Begin. Conversation 3 STAFF TR 11:00 AM Adv. Begin. Conversation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Intermediate Conversation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Intermediate Conversation 3 STAFF TR 11:00 AM Conversation and Pronunciation 3 STAFF TR 11:00 AM Conversation and Pronunciation 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Advanced Beginning Grammar 3 STAFF MW 5:00 PM Advanced Beginning Grammar 3 Sharma, M MW 9:00 AM Intermediate Grammar 3 STAFF MW 5:00 PM Intermediate Grammar 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Advanced Grammar 3 STAFF MW 5:00 PM Advanced Grammar 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Beginning Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Advanced Beginning Reading 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Advanced Beginning Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Intermediate Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Intermediate Reading 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Advanced Reading 3 STAFF TR 5:00 PM Advanced Reading 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Advanced English Lang Skills 9 STAFF MWF 9:00 AM Must also take 19795 ELS103 LWF Advanced English Lang Skills 0 STAFF MWF 11:30 PM Advanced Beginning Writing 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM Advanced Beginning Writing 3 Sharma, M MW 11:00 AM Intermediate Writing 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM Intermediate Writing 3 STAFF MW 11:00 AM Advanced Writing 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM Advanced Writing 3 STAFF MW 11:00 AM

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Environmental Science 19939 EVS105 NET GAR FULL

Environmental Science/Lab 4 STAFF Offered by Bunker Hill Community College, Jan 20 - May 14

Finance 20484 FIN250

W1G

GAR FULL

BASIC FINANCE

3 STAFF

W

6:00PM

8:30PM

First Year Seminar 3 Costa, K MS Word 97 or higher, PowerPoint First Year Seminar 3 Jabloski, l MW 8:00 AM First Year Seminar 3 Jabloski, l MW 9:30 AM First Year Seminar 3 Richard, P TR 9:30 AM First Year Seminar 3 Provost, M MW 11:00 AM First Year Seminar 3 Richard, P TR 11:00 AM First Year Seminar 3 Bushey, M TR 1:45 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF MW 11:30 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF TR 2:00 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM First Year Seminar 3 Mayer, R M 6:00 PM First Year Seminar 3 STAFF F 5:00 PM

9:15 AM 10:45 AM 10:45 AM 12:15 PM 12:15 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 9:30 PM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 8:00 PM

Fitness Leadership & Exercise Science 19174 EXS203 C & GAR FULL

Exercise Testing & Prog. Desig 4 Sapienza, N MW 9:30 AM Lab to be arranged

19508 GEO129 WEB GAR FULL

World & Cultural Geography

Geography

10:50 AM

3 Walko, J

Healthcare 19677 HCC111 MWG GAR CYCLE 1 Emergency Medical Tech I 19678 HCC112 MWG GAR CYCLE 2 Emergency Medical Tech II

History

19568 HIS105 NET GAR FULL 20060 HIS105 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20153 HIS105 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 19031 HIS106 SD GAR FULL 19569 HIS106 NET GAR FULL 19965 HIS106 SF GAR FULL 19535 HIS125 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20494 HIS125 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 20447 HIS125 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19032 HIS140 G & GAR FULL 20200 HIS140 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20201 HIS140 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19397 HIS201 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19505 HIS201 WEB GAR FULL 20376 HIS201 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19184 HIS202 D & GAR FULL 19190 HIS202 T1G GAR FULL 19689 HIS202 F & GAR FULL 19796 HIS202 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19908 HIS202 WEB GAR FULL

4 Shippee, T 4 Shippee, T

MWF 6:00 PM MWF 6:00 PM

10:00 PM 10:00 PM

History of World CivilizationI 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11 History of World CivilizationI 3 STAFF TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM History of World CivilizationI 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM History-World Civilization II 3 Fielding, J TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM History-World Civilization II 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11 History-World Civilization II 3 Fielding, J TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM American Ethnic History 3 Rahaim, C TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM AMERICAN ETHNIC HISTORY 3 STAFF MW 7:00PM 9:30PM American Ethnic History 3 hamm, e R 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Hist New England 3 Welch, W MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Hist New England 3 STAFF TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Hist New England 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM History of U.S. I 3 Ganley, R MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM History of U.S. I 3 Buttermore, L History of U.S. I 3 rahaim, c T 10:30 AM 12:30 pM History of U.S. II 3 Welch, W TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM History of U.S. II 3 Ganley, R T 6:00 PM 8:30 PM History of U.S. II 3 Welch, W TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM History of U.S. II 3 Ganley, R MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM History of U.S. II 3 Buttermore, L

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First Year Experience 19901 FYE101 WEB GAR FULL 19925 FYE101 SA GAR FULL 19926 FYE101 sc GAR FULL 19928 FYE101 SD GAR FULL 19929 FYE101 SE GAR FULL 19930 FYE101 SF GAR FULL 19931 FYE101 SH GAR FULL 20157 FYE101 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 20178 FYE101 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 20179 FYE101 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20180 FYE101 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 20220 FYE101 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 20222 FYE101 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 20276 FYE101 M1G GAR FULL 20339 FYE101 F1D DEV FULL

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Intro Human Services 3 Shivers, C MW 8:00 AM Intro Human Services 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Intro Human Services 3 Shivers, C Movie rental access Intro Human Services 3 Campbell, M M 6:00 PM Intro Human Services 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MW 11:30 PM Intro Human Services 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM

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9:15 AM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 2:00 PM 11:30 AM

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Human Services 19010 HST101 A & GAR FULL 19398 HST101 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19422 HST101 WEB GAR FULL 19600 HST101 M1G GAR FULL 19607 HST101 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20041 HST101 TRL LEO CYCLE 1


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Sect Camp PTRM Course-Title

20228 HST101 WBS GAR FULL 20401 HST101 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20441 HST101 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19210 HST140 D & GAR FULL 19459 HST140 T1G GAR FULL 20396 HST140 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19558 HST140 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20169 HST140 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20171 HST140 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20434 HST140 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 19760 HST142 ISL LEO INTER 19550 HST147 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19562 HST147 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 20002 HST150 WEB GAR FULL

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Intro Human Services 3 Rosi, C La instrucciÓn se ofrece en espaÑol Intro Human Services 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y R 10:30 AM Intro Human Services 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y R 10:30 AM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 Capozzi, J TR 9:30 AM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 Sebastian, C T 6:00 PM COUNSELING METHODS.INTERV TECH 3 STAFF MW 7:00PM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 Jablonski, L MW 9:00 AM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM Counseling Methods/Interv Tech 3 fiandaca, l T 7:00 PM Counseling Methods II 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MTWRF 4:30 PM Topics in MH/Retardn 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y TR 7:00 PM Topics in MH/Retardn 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MW 4:30 PM Cultural Awareness 3 Shivers, C Movie rental access

End 12:30 PM 12:30 PM 10:45 AM 8:30 PM 9:30PM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 9:00 PM 8:15 PM 9:30 PM 7:00 PM

Humanities 19504 HUM212 SF GAR FULL 20335 HUM212 FID DEV FULL 19571 HUM240 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19938 HUM240 NET GAR FULL 19033 HUM260 A & GAR FULL 19325 HUM260 H & GAR FULL 19656 HUM260 WEB GAR FULL 20488 HUM260 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 20219 HUM260 W2B & GAR FULL 20393 HUM260 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1

Medical Ethics 3 Nacke, J TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Medical Ethics 3 STAFF M 5:00 PM 8:00 PM Comparative Religion 3 Rahaim, C TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Comparative Religion 3 STAFF Offered by Northern Essex Community College, Jan 20 - May 11. Art of Being Human 3 Goldstein, S MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Service Learning Opportunities Art of Being Human 3 Valois, M TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Art of Being Human 3 Valois, M MS Word 97 or higher ART OF BEING HUMAN 3 STAFF MW 4:30PM 7:00PM Art of Being Human 3 Valois, M Learning Community: must take ENG102 W2B CRN 19305. MS Word 97 or higher Art of Being Human 3 fiandaca, l T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Management 19292 MGT110 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19330 MGT110 B & GAR FULL 19694 MGT110 W1G GAR FULL 20076 MGT110 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 20078 MGT110 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20387 MGT110 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19101 MGT210 M1G GAR FULL 19209 MGT210 WEB GAR FULL 19293 MGT210 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19349 MGT210 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19386 MGT210 A & GAR FULL 19803 MGT210 WBS GAR FULL 19804 MGT210 D & GAR FULL 20105 MGT210 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20408 MGT210 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19122 MGT235 WEB GAR FULL 19967 MGT235 C & GAR FULL 19426 MGT250 F & GAR FULL 19452 MGT250 TRL LEO CYCLE 2

Small Business Management 3 Reilly, J TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Small Business Management 3 Reilly, J TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Small Business Management 3 Richard, P W 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Small Business Management 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Small Business Management 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Small Business Management 3 oden, l t 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Principles of Management 3 Richard, p M 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Principles of Management 3 Reilly, J Principles of Management 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Principles of Management 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Principles of Management 3 Reilly, J MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Principles of Management 3 STAFF Offered by Inter American University of Puerto Rico. La instrucciÓn se ofrece en espaÑol Principles of Management 3 Reilly, J TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Principles of Management 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Principles of Management 3 oden, l R 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Human Resources Management 3 Fielding, J Subscription to the Wall Street Journal recommended Human Resources Management 3 Reilly, J MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Strategic Management 3 Greenwood, M TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Strategic Management 3 Reilly, J TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM

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Marketing 19107 19185 19531 20052 20426 19121 20342 19686

MKT142 MKT142 MKT142 MKT142 MKT142 MKT241 MKT241 MKT245

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T1G C MWL M1L HT1 WEB R1G B

& &

GAR GAR LEO LEO DEV GAR GAR GAR

FULL FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 FULL FULL FULL

Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing Advertising Advertising Salesmanship

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3 Haddad, S T 6:00 PM 3 Greenwood, M MW 9:30 AM 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 3 oden, l T 5:00 PM 3 Ialenti, V 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM 3 Greenwood, M TR 8:00 AM

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Massage Therapy

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11:30 AM 3:00 PM 11:30 AM 3:00 PM 6:30 PM 10:45 AM

Foundations of Arithmetic 3 moury, a MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 McNamara, M TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF MW 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Foundations of Arithmetic 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 Garstka, M M 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 Mascitti, S TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 Machemer, W MW 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 Machemer, W TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Fundamentals of Math 3 Weiderman, T MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Computer Usage for HW required Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Comptuer Usage for homework required Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text Fundamentals of Math 3 Machemer, W TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 Gelbwasser, H TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Fundamentals of Math 3 Takvorian, K TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Computer Usage for HW required Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Fundamentals of Math 3 STAFF T 5:00 PM 8:00 PM Intro To Math I 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Intro To Math I 3 Gelbwasser, H MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Intro To Math I 3 Gelbwasser, H MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Intro To Math I 3 Mascitti, S M 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Intro To Math I 3 Gelbwasser, H TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Intro To Math I 3 Riazati, F TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math I 3 Shaughnessy, R MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math I 3 Hartshorn, S TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM INTRO TO MATH I 3 STAFF MW 7:00PM 9:30PM Intro To Math I 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Intro To Math I 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text Intro To Math I 3 Machemer, W TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Intro To Math I 3 Machemer, W F 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Intro To Math I 3 Riazati, F TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math I 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Intro To Math I 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Intro To Math I 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM 7:00 PM INTRO TO MATH I 3 KELL, V T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Intro To Math I 3 fierimonte, s S 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Intro To Math I 3 Fierimonte, S MWF 9:00 AM 11:55 AM Intro To Math I 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM

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Mathematics

19932 MAT090 SA GAR FULL 19933 MAT090 SH GAR FULL 20043 MAT090 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20147 MAT090 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 20158 MAT090 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 20161 MAT090 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 20221 MAT090 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 20223 MAT090 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 19117 MAT100 M1G GAR FULL 19191 MAT100 SF GAR FULL 19286 MAT100 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19356 MAT100 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19360 MAT100 M4L LEO CYCLE 2 19423 MAT100 WEB GAR FULL 19432 MAT100 C & GAR FULL 19433 MAT100 E & GAR FULL 19470 MAT100 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19612 MAT100 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19781 MAT100 T2L LEO CYCLE 1 19818 MAT100 D & GAR FULL 19934 MAT100 B & GAR FULL 20086 MAT100 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20141 MAT100 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 20160 MAT100 M3L LEO CYCLE 1 20336 MAT100 F1D DEV FULL 19042 MAT120 WEB GAR FULL 19070 MAT120 A & GAR FULL 19071 MAT120 E & GAR FULL 19103 MAT120 M1G GAR FULL 19250 MAT120 B & GAR FULL 19287 MAT120 TRL & LEO CYCLE 1 19288 MAT120 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19289 MAT120 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 20491 MAT120 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 19347 MAT120 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 19510 MAT120 WE2 GAR CYCLE 2 19540 MAT120 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 19687 MAT120 F1L LEO FULL 19701 MAT120 T3L & LEO CYCLE 2 20084 MAT120 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20090 MAT120 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 20148 MAT120 T4L LEO CYCLE 1 20379 MAT120 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20181 MAT120 S2D DEV CYCLE 1 20292 MAT120 INT DEV INTER 20326 MAT120 C1D DEV CYCLE 1

Massage Therapy III 4 McGinn, K TR 9:00 AM MTC and CHD Majors Only. Course meets first half of semester. Must take 18217 MTC103 LBJ Massage Therapy III 0 McGinn, K TR 12:30 PM Massage Therapy IV 4 McGinn, K TR 9:00 AM MTC and CHD Majors Only. Meets second half of the semester. Must take 18218 MTC104 LSB Massage Therapy IV 0 McGinn, K TR 12:30 PM Prof Issues/Ethics/Bodyworkers 3 Brewerton, P W 4:00 PM Massage Therapy Practicum II 4 Shakar, J M 9:45 AM Times to be arranged with instructor. MTC Majors Only.

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19173 MTC103 BJ & GAR CYCLE 1 19790 MTC103 LBJ *& GAR CYCLE 1 19155 MTC104 SBJ GAR CYCLE 2 19791 MTC104 LSB *& GAR CYCLE 2 19456 MTC110 W1G GAR FULL 19253 MTC202 C GAR FULL


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CRN# SUBJ

Sect Camp PTRM Course-Title

20404 MAT120 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20431 MAT120 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 19043 MAT121 WEB GAR FULL 19104 MAT121 M1G GAR FULL 19232 MAT121 SA GAR FULL 19234 MAT121 H & GAR FULL 19290 MAT121 T3L LEO CYCLE 2 19343 MAT121 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 20493 MAT121 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 19358 MAT121 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 19608 MAT121 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 19609 MAT121 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19634 MAT121 C & GAR FULL 19696 MAT121 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19768 MAT121 M3L LEO CYCLE 1 19775 MAT121 F & GAR FULL 20190 MAT121 S2D DEV CYCLE 2 20202 MAT121 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 20313 MAT121 R1G GAR FULL 20333 MAT121 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 20409 MAT121 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20421 MAT121 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 20442 MAT121 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19296 MAT124 WEB GAR FULL 19435 MAT124 F & GAR FULL 19602 MAT124 W1G GAR FULL 20389 MAT124 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20430 MAT124 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 19532 MAT126 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19538 MAT126 SC GAR FULL 19601 MAT126 M1G GAR FULL 19657 MAT126 WEB GAR FULL 19695 MAT126 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 19725 MAT126 ISG GAR INTER 19743 MAT126 SG GAR FULL 20203 MAT126 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20204 MAT126 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20294 MAT126 INT DEV INTER 20399 MAT126 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19511 MAT128 WEB GAR FULL 19110 MAT143 T1G GAR FULL 19131 MAT143 WEB GAR FULL 19291 MAT143 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19543 MAT143 C & GAR FULL 19702 MAT143 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19704 MAT143 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 20437 MAT143 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19658 MAT160 WEB GAR FULL 19726 MAT160 R1G GAR FULL 19742 MAT160 B & GAR FULL 19744 MAT160 A & GAR FULL 19745 MAT160 E & GAR FULL 19746 MAT160 SD GAR FULL 20069 MAT160 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 20074 MAT160 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20413 MAT160 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19681 MAT161 WEB GAR FULL 19747 MAT161 SH GAR FULL

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Intro To Math I 3 Palumbo, J R 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Intro To Math I 3 kell, v T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Intro To Math II 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Intro To Math II 3 Charalambous, M M 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 Blain, S MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Intro To Math II 3 Takvorian, K TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Computer Usage for HW required Intro To Math II 3 Blain, S TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math II 3 Shaughnessy, R MW 11:30 PM 2:00 PM INTRO TO MATH II 3 STAFF MW 7:00PM 9:30PM Intro To Math II 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 Machemer, W MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Intro To Math II 3 Condon, R TR 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 Riazati, F MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Intro To Math II 3 Condon, R TR 11:30 PM 2:00 PM Intro To Math II 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 Takvorian, K TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Computer Usage for HW required Intro To Math II 3 fierimonte, s S 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Intro To Math II 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 Blain, S R 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro To Math II 3 STAFF R 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Intro To Math II 3 fierimonte, s T 10:30 AM 12:30 PM Intro To Math II 3 palumbo, j R 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 Gelbwasser, H TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 Trahan, C W 6:00 PM 9:00 PM Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 palumbo, j T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Accelerated Intro to Algebra 3 palumbo, j T 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Topics Mathematics 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Topics Mathematics 3 Blain, S MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Topics Mathematics 3 Blain, S M 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Topics Mathematics 3 Laverty, P Access code included w/text Topics Mathematics 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Topics Mathematics 3 Blain, S MTWRF 9:00 AM 12:45 PM Topics Mathematics 3 STAFF MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Topics Mathematics 3 STAFF TR 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Topics Mathematics 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Topics Mathematics 3 Fierimonte, S MWF 5:00 PM 7:55 PM Topics Mathematics 3 Fierimonte, S R 8:30 AM 10:30 AM Intermediate Math 3 Takvorian, K Access code included w/text. Optional introductory meeting Statistics 3 Wicklund, B T 4:00 PM 6:30 PM Statistics 3 Wicklund, B Software included w/text Statistics 3 Machemer, W MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Statistics 3 Laverty, P MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Statistics 3 Fierimonte, S TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Statistics 3 Machemer, W MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Statistics 3 fierimonte, s R 8:30 AM 10:30 AM College Math I 3 Zona, S On-campus midterm, testing center option for true distance students College Math I 3 Charalambous, M R 6:00 PM 8:30 PM College Math I 3 Laverty, P TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM College Math I 3 Riazati, F MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM College Math I 3 Laverty, P MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Visions students only College Math I 3 Charalambous, M TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM College Math I 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 4:30 PM College Math I 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM College Math I 3 kell, v R 7:00 PM 9:00 PM College Math II 3 Wicklund, B Software included w/text College Math II 3 Charalambous, M TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM

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19748 MAT161 E & GAR FULL 20341 MAT161 R1G GAR FULL 20453 MAT161 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 20453 MAT161 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19630 MAT211 MWF LEO CYCLE 1 19690 MAT211 WEB GAR FULL 19058 MAT212 CE & GAR FULL 19631 MAT212 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19691 MAT212 WEB GAR FULL

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College Math II 3 Riazati, F MW 11:00 AM College Math II 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM College Math II 3 kell, v R 7:00 PM COLLEGE MATH II 3 KELL, V R 7:00 PM Calculus I 4 Fierimonte, S F 4:30 PM - MW 5:00 PM Calculus I 4 Elinevsky, Y Access code included w/text Calculus II 4 STAFF MW 9:30 AM Calculus II 4 Fierimonte, S MW 5:00 PM - F 4:30 PM Calculus II 4 Elinevsky, Y Access code included w/text

12:15 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM

Medical Secretarial Proced. I 3 Tatro, B M 6:00 PM Medical Secretarial Proced. I 3 Bissonnette, J S 8:00 AM Medical Secretarial Proced. I 3 Bissonnette, J MW 9:00 AM Medical Terminology 3 Rowland, C T 6:00 PM Medical Terminology 3 Bissonnette, J MW 12:00 PM Medical Machine Transcription 3 Tatro, B MW 1:45 PM Medical Machine Transcription 3 Bissonnette, J S 10:00 AM Medical Machine Transcription 3 Bissonnette, J MW 9:00 AM Medical Coding and Billing 3 Tatro, B MW 9:30 AM Medical Coding and Billing 3 Bissonnette, J S 10:00 AM Medical Sec. Proc. II 3 Reed, C TR 9:30 AM Service Learning Opportunities Medical Sec. Proc. II 3 Tatro, B T 6:00 PM Service Learning Opportunities Medical Sec. Proc. II 3 Bissonnette, J S 8:00 AM Medical Sec. Proc. II 3 Bissonnette, J MW 12:00 PM Externship I 1 Tatro, B By Arrangement Med.Legal Concepts/Prac/Ethics 3 Tatro, B MW 8:00 AM Externship II 4 Tatro, B By Arrangement

8:30 PM 10:00 AM 11:30 AM 8:30 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:30 AM 10:45 AM 12:00 PM 10:45 AM

Music Skill & Theory I 3 Ufema, R TR 11:00 AM Music Skill & Theory I 3 STAFF T 6:00 PM Voice I 3 Ufema, R TR 1:00 PM Voice II 3 Ufema, R TR 1:00 PM Musical Theater Dance Styles 3 Warren, J M 1:00 PM Music Appreciation 3 STAFF Offered by Bunker Hill Community College, Jan 20 - May 14

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Renewable Energy Sources 4 Montagno, T TR 11:00 AM Must take 19545 NRT104 LHJ Renewable Energy Sources 0 Montagno, T T 1:45 PM

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11:10 AM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM

10:00 AM 2:30 PM 9:15 AM

Music 19249 MUS103 SF GAR FULL 19460 MUS103 T1G GAR FULL 19645 MUS111 SH GAR FULL 19977 MUS112 SH GAR FULL 19646 MUS120 SG GAR FULL 19513 MUS210 NET GAR FULL

Natural Resources 19544 NRT104 F & GAR FULL 19545 NRT104 LHJ *& GAR FULL

Nursing

19447 NUR099 M1G GAR FULL 19379 NUR101 MWO GAR PN3 19381 NUR101 LBJ * GAR PN3 19382 NUR101 LJB * GAR PN3 19915 NUR101 RCD DEV PN3 19918 NUR101 LCD * DEV PN3 19919 NUR101 CD1 * DEV PN3 19920 NUR101 CD2 * DEV PN3 19797 NUR103 SWR GAR PN4 20281 NUR105 M1D DEV PN1 20283 NUR105 LZ1 * DEV PN1 20284 NUR105 LZ2 * DEV PN1

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Foundations of Nursing Success 3 STAFF M 4:30 PM 7:30 PM Fund. of Practical Nursing 11 Panagiotes, K MW 8:00 AM 11:00 AM PN students only. Must take 19381 NUR101-LBJ or 19382 NUR101-LJB. Jan 6-May 7 Fund. of Practical Nursing 0 Urquhart, M T 8:00 AM 3:00 PM Fund. of Practical Nursing 0 Urquhart, M R 8:00 AM 3:00 PM Fund. of Practical Nursing 11 STAFF R 8:00 AM 11:30 AM “Must take a NUR101 LCD or CD Lab. Health Partnership Devens Contract Course. “ Fund. of Practical Nursing 0 STAFF R 12:30 PM 2:00 PM Fund. of Practical Nursing 0 STAFF T 6:45 AM 1:15 PM Fund. of Practical Nursing 0 STAFF T 6:45 AM 1:15 PM Practical Nursing Practicum 2 STAFF WR 6:45 AM 3:00 PM Nursing Care of Adults/Familiy 14 STAFF MF 8:00 AM 12:00 PM Must take an NUR105 LZ lab TW 8:00 AM 3:30 PM Nursing Care of Adults/Familiy 0 Thaxton, C TW 6:45 AM 3:30 PM Pediatric Community (various) Nursing Care of Adults/Familiy 0 STAFF TW 6:45 AM 3:30 PM Heywood Psych/North Central

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Medical Assisting 19693 MAS101 M1G GAR FULL 20164 MAS101 S1D DEV CYCLE 1 20321 MAS101 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 19235 MAS102 T1G GAR FULL 20324 MAS102 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 19971 MAS201 G & GAR FULL 20184 MAS201 S2D DEV CYCLE 1 20318 MAS201 C1D DEV CYCLE 2 19972 MAS202 C & GAR FULL 20191 MAS202 S2D DEV CYCLE 2 19213 MAS203 D & GAR FULL 19361 MAS203 T1G GAR FULL 20188 MAS203 S1D DEV CYCLE 2 20331 MAS203 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 19066 MAS210 SX GAR FULL 19248 MAS309 A & GAR FULL 19068 MAS310 SX GAR FULL


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20285 NUR105 LZ3 * DEV PN1 Nursing Care of Adults/Familiy 0 STAFF TW 6:45 AM 3:30 PM Heywood OB 20286 NUR105 LZ4 * DEV PN1 Nursing Care of Adults/Familiy 0 Trout, C TW 6:45 AM 3:30 PM Seven Hills, Groton 20287 NUR107 MCD DEV PN2 Adv. Concepts in Prac. Nursing 5 Thaxton, C M 8:00 AM 2:30 PM Must take and NUR107 LC lab 20288 NUR107 LC1 * DEV PN2 Adv. Concepts in Prac. Nursing 0 Thaxton, C TWR 7:00 AM 3:30 PM Life Care Nashoba 20289 NUR107 LC2 * DEV PN2 Adv. Concepts in Prac. Nursing 0 STAFF TWR 7:00 AM 3:30 PM Baldwinville Nursing Home 20290 NUR107 LC3 * DEV PN2 Adv. Concepts in Prac. Nursing 0 Trout, C TWR 7:00 AM 3:30 PM Seven Hills, Groton 20291 NUR107 LC4 * DEV PN2 Adv. Concepts in Prac. Nursing 0 STAFF TWR 7:00 AM 3:30 PM 19072 NUR113 ACE & GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 4 LeBlanc, R M 9:30 AM 12:15 PM Must take an NUR113-L Lab. Course meets first half of semester. T 9:30 AM 12:15 PM 19073 NUR113 L1 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Picone, M W 7:00 AM 3:00 PM 19074 NUR113 L2 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Picone, M R 7:00 AM 3:00 PM 19313 NUR113 L3 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Costello, E S 7:00 AM 7:00 PM 19077 NUR113 SAC GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing Care Children & Family 4 LeBlanc, R M 9:30 AM 12:15 PM Must take an NUR113-LL Lab. Meets second half of the semester. T 9:30 AM 12:15 PM 19078 NUR113 LL1 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Picone, M W 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Meets second half of the semester. 19079 NUR113 LL2 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Picone, M R 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Meets second half of the semester. 19497 NUR113 LL3 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Costello, E S 7:00 AM 7:00 PM Meets second half of the semester. 19161 NUR113 DCE GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 4 Luzzetti, E R 4:00 PM 6:00 PM Must take an NUR113 LE lab. Course meets first half of semester. M 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 19162 NUR113 LE1 * GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Luzzetti, E T 3:00 PM 11:00 PM 19163 NUR113 LE2 * GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Luzzetti, E F 3:00 PM 11:00 PM 19314 NUR113 LE3 * GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Meza, P T 3:00 PM 11:00 PM 19315 NUR113 LE4 * GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Meza, P W 3:00 PM 11:00 PM 20481 NUR113 LE5 * GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing Care Children & Family 0 Amadon, j S 7:00 AM 7:00 PM 19082 NUR114 ACE & GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing - Childbearing family 4 Tully, D M 9:30 AM 12:15 PM Must take a NUR114-L Lab. Course meets first half of semester. T 9:30 AM 12:15 PM 19083 NUR114 L1 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Tully, D R 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Health Alliance - Leominster 19084 NUR114 L2 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Tully, D W 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Health Alliance - Leominster 19085 NUR114 L3 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Fredette, J R 7:00 AM 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner 19086 NUR114 L4 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Fredette, J F 7:00 AM 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner 19498 NUR114 L5 *& GAR CYCLE 1 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 STAFF S 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Health Alliance - Leominster 19087 NUR114 SAC GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 4 Tully, D M 9:30 AM 12:15 PM Must take a NUR114-LL Lab. Meets second half of the semester. T 9:30 AM 12:15 PM 19088 NUR114 LL1 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Tully, D R 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Health Alliance - Leominster 19089 NUR114 LL2 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Tully, D W 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Health Alliance - Leominster 19090 NUR114 LL3 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Fredette, J R 7:00 AM 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner 19091 NUR114 LL4 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Fredette, J F 7:00 AM 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner 19317 NUR114 LL5 *& GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 STAFF S 7:00 AM 3:00 PM Health Alliance - Leominster 19164 NUR114 DCE GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 4 Luzzetti, E R 4:00 PM 6:00 PM Must take NUR114 LE lab. Meets second half of the semester. M 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 19165 NUR114 LE1 * GAR CYCLE 2 Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Luzzetti, E T 3:00 PM 11:00 PM At Leominster Hospital, Leominster

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Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Luzzetti, E F 3:00 PM At Leominster Hospital, Leominster Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Meza, P T 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner Nursing - Childbearing family 0 Meza, P W 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner Nursing - Childbearing family 0 STAFF S 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner Nursing - Childbearing family 0 STAFF F 3:00 PM At Emerson Hospital Trends in Nursing 3 Kendrick, A M 11:00 AM - T 11:00 AM Trends in Nursing 3 Silberzweig, J R 4:00 PM - M 7:00 PM Trends in Nursing 3 kendrick, a Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 10 Pecorelli, K M 8:00 AM Must take a NUR222 L Lab T 8:00 AM Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Fletcher, J WR 7:00 AM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Shea, J WR 7:00 AM Health Alliance - Leominster Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Kendrick, A WR 7:00 AM UMass Memorial Hospital, Worcester Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Pecorelli, K WR 7:00 AM Health Alliance - Leominster Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Coolidge, R FS 7:00 AM Health Alliance - Leominster Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 STAFF WR 7:00 AM At St. Vincent’s Hospital, Worcester Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Smith, M WR 7:00 AM Nashoba Valley Medical Center - Ayer Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 STAFF WR 7:00 AM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 10 Langford, M M 4:00 PM Must take NUR222 LE Lab R 5:45 PM Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Brassard, A TW 3:00 PM At Leominster Hospital, Leominster Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Langford, M TW 3:00 PM At Leominster Hospital, Leominster Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Bjork, C TW 3:00 PM Nashoba Valley Medical Center - Ayer Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 Coutu, W FS 3:00 PM At Heywood Hospital, Gardner Med/Surgical Nursing, Part II 0 STAFF TW 3:00 PM At St. Vincent’s Hospital - Worcester

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Nutrition 19069 NUT101 SD GAR FULL Intro To Nutrition 19133 NUT101 W1G GAR FULL Intro To Nutrition 20332 NUT101 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 Intro To Nutrition

3 Bushey, M 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

TR 9:30 AM W 6:00 PM MW 12:00 PM

10:45 AM 8:30 PM 2:30 PM

Paralegal 19297 PLS101 WEB GAR FULL 20174 PLS101 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19298 PLS104 WEB GAR FULL 20131 PLS104 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 19211 PLS106 C & GAR FULL 19359 PLS110 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 19503 PLS110 WEB GAR FULL 20073 PLS110 M2L LEO CYCLE 1 19654 PLS220 WEB GAR FULL 19216 PLS250 BD & GAR FULL 19169 PLS265 SX GAR FULL 19961 PLS270 SH GAR FULL

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Introduction to the Law 3 Howard, L MS Word 97 or higher Introduction to the Law 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM Introduction to Family Law 3 Korman, J Introduction to Family Law 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Introduction Real Estate Law 3 Korman, J MW 9:30 AM Litigation 3 McHugh, M MW 7:00 PM Litigation 3 Osowski, M Litigation 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Insurance Law 3 Goldstein, M Legal Research and Writing 4 Korman, J TR 9:15 AM Paralegal Practicum 3 Korman, J Legal Studies Seminar 3 Korman, J TR 1:45 PM

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Phlebotomy 19256 PLB101 R1G GAR FULL 19257 PLB203 Z GAR FULL 19487 PLB203 ISG GAR INTER

Introduction to Phlebotomy 3 Beauvais, C R 5:00 PM Phlebotomy Practicum 4 STAFF To be arranged with instructor. Phlebotomy Practicum 4 STAFF To be arranged with instructor

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Physical Education 19098 PER126 ISG GAR INTER 19099 PER126 I3G GAR INTER 19189 PER126 X1G GAR CYCLE 1 19301 PER126 H & GAR FULL 19337 PER126 WEB GAR CYCLE 1 19564 PER126 T2L LEO CYCLE 2 19622 PER126 ISL LEO INTER 20227 PER126 I1L LEO INTER 20277 PER126 INT DEV INTER 20293 PER126 I2T DEV INTER 20412 PER126 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20450 PER126 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 20485 PER126 S2D DEV CYCLE 2 19217 PER130 E & GAR FULL 19218 PER130 LJ *& GAR FULL 19219 PER130 G & GAR FULL 19220 PER130 LH2 *& GAR FULL 19221 PER130 I & GAR FULL 19222 PER130 LK *& GAR FULL 19223 PER130 F & GAR FULL 19224 PER130 LD2 *& GAR FULL 19236 PER130 W1G GAR FULL 19254 PER130 B & GAR FULL 19255 PER130 LD3 *& GAR FULL 19377 PER130 M1G GAR FULL

Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N MWF 8:00 AM 2:00 PM January 6,8,13,15 Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N MTWR 6:00 PM 9:30 PM January 5,6,7,8, 12,13,14 Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N S 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Jan 31 - Feb 21 Fitness & Wellness 2 McNally, J TR 1:45 PM 2:35 PM Fitness & Wellness 2 Sapienza, N Fitness & Wellness 2 Rollins, R TR 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Class meets; April 15,17,22,24,29,May 1,6, & 8 Fitness & Wellness 2 Rollins, R MTWRF 9:00 AM 12:45 PM Class meets; Jan. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 12 Fitness & Wellness 2 Rollins, R MTWRF 4:30 PM 8:15 PM Class meets; Jan. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 12 Fitness & Wellness 2 Morock, m MWF 9:00 AM 11:55 AM Fitness & Wellness 2 Morock, m MWF 5:00 PM 7:55 PM Fitness & Wellness 2 Morock, m R 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Fitness & Wellness 2 Morock, m R 7:00 PM 9:00 PM FITNESS & WELLNESS 2 Morock, m S 10:00AM 12:00 PM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 McNally, J MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Must take 19218 PER 130 - LJ Health, Fitness and Wellness 0 McNally, J T 3:15 PM 4:30 PM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 McNally, J MW 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Must also take 19220 PER 130 - LH2 Health, Fitness and Wellness 0 McNally, J R 3:15 PM 4:30 PM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 McNally, J MW 3:15 PM 4:30 PM Must also take 19222 PER 130 - LK Health, Fitness and Wellness 0 McNally, J W 4:45 PM 6:00 PM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 Sapienza, N TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Must also take 19224 PER 130 - LD2 Health, Fitness and Wellness 0 Sapienza, N T 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 Sapienza, N W 5:00 PM 8:45 PM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 Sapienza, N TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Must take 19255 PER 130-LD3 Health, Fitness and Wellness 0 Sapienza, N R 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Health, Fitness and Wellness 3 Sapienza, N M 5:00 PM 8:45 PM

Physical Therapy Assistant 20240 PTA105 ISG GAR INTER 19988 PTA107 SGI GAR FULL 19990 PTA107 LCE *& GAR FULL 19993 PTA107 LD2 * GAR FULL 19994 PTA108 AE & GAR FULL 19995 PTA108 LGI *& GAR FULL 19996 PTA108 LG2 *& GAR FULL 19597 PTA139 AC & GAR FULL

Assessment Tech. 3 Jaillet, M Therapeutic Exercise 4 DiLorenzo, M Therapeutic Exercise 0 DiLorenzo, M Therapeutic Exercise 0 STAFF Clinical Orthopedics 4 Shakar, J - Clinical Orthopedics 0 Shakar, J Clinical Orthopedics 0 DiLorenzo, M Human Disease&Pathology 4 McGinn, K

MTWRF 9:00 AM W 1:45 PM W 9:30 AM W 9:30 AM W 8:00 AM M 11:00 AM M 1:45 PM M 1:45 PM MF 8:00 AM

12:45 PM 4:30 PM 12:15 PM 12:15 PM 9:15 AM 12:15 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 9:40 AM

Intro to Physical Science 4 Stevens, E TR 11:00 AM Must take 19805 PHY101 LHJ Intro to Physical Science 0 Stevens, E R 1:45 PM College Physics I 4 Stevens, E TR 9:30 AM Must take 19549 PHY105 LJH College Physics I 0 Stevens, E T 1:45 PM College Physics I 4 Stevens, E T 5:30 PM Must take CRN20345 PHY105 L1T College Physics I 0 Stevens, E T 8:00 PM

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Political Science WEB WE2 E H M2L MWL M1L W1G

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GAR GAR GAR GAR LEO LEO LEO GAR

FULL CYCLE 2 FULL FULL CYCLE 1 CYCLE 2 CYCLE 2 FULL

Amer National Gov’n Amer National Gov’n Mass & Fed System Mass & Fed System Mass & Fed System Mass & Fed System Mass & Fed System Mass & Fed System

3 Fielding, J 3 Fielding, J 3 Welch, W MW 11:00 AM 3 Welch, W TR 1:45 PM 3 staff MW 4:30 PM 3 Labrousse, C MW 2:00 PM 3 mchugh, m MW 4:30 PM 3 STAFF W 6:00 PM

12:15 PM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM

Psychology 19044 PSY101 B & GAR FULL 19118 PSY101 M1G GAR FULL 19268 PSY101 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19331 PSY101 SD GAR FULL 19655 PSY101 WEB GAR FULL 20063 PSY101 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20134 PSY101 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 19018 PSY105 D2 & GAR FULL 19019 PSY105 E2 & GAR FULL 19111 PSY105 T1G GAR FULL 19119 PSY105 R1G GAR FULL 19126 PSY105 WEB GAR FULL 19154 PSY105 F & GAR FULL 19172 PSY105 D & GAR FULL 19270 PSY105 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 19271 PSY105 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19285 PSY105 I2L LEO INTER 19338 PSY105 F1L LEO FULL 19390 PSY105 F2 & GAR FULL 19475 PSY105 M1L LEO CYCLE 2 20407 PSY105 RH2 DEV CYCLE 2 19489 PSY105 E & GAR FULL 19492 PSY105 WBS GAR FULL 20081 PSY105 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 20163 PSY105 S1D DEV CYCLE 1 20278 PSY105 INT DEV INTER 20323 PSY105 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 20384 PSY105 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20397 PSY105 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20414 PSY105 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 20448 PSY105 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19022 PSY108 F & GAR FULL 19462 PSY108 W1G GAR FULL 20172 PSY108 S2D DEV CYCLE 1 20385 PSY108 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1 20394 PSY108 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19207 PSY110 WEB GAR FULL 19212 PSY110 F & GAR FULL 19300 PSY110 M1G GAR FULL 19303 PSY110 C & GAR FULL 20411 PSY110 RH1 DEV CYCLE 1 19364 PSY110 T3L LEO CYCLE 1 19557 PSY110 F1L LEO FULL 19628 PSY110 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20176 PSY110 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20187 PSY110 S1D DEV CYCLE 2 20295 PSY110 INT DEV INTER 20330 PSY110 C2D DEV CYCLE 2 20375 PSY110 TH3 DEV CYCLE 1

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Psychology of Self 3 Shivers, C TR 8:00 AM May also enroll in RDG 100 Psychology of Self 3 Brooks, j M 4:00 PM Psychology of Self 3 Andrews, M MW 9:00 AM Psychology of Self 3 Jablonski, L TR 9:30 AM May also enroll in RDG 100 Psychology of Self 3 Capozzi, J Psychology of Self 3 STAFF MW 11:30 PM Psychology of Self 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Intro To Psychology 3 toothaker, b TR 9:30 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Gearan, J MW 11:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Riordon, J T 6:00 PM Intro To Psychology 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM Intro To Psychology 3 Murphy, S Intro To Psychology 3 Murphy, S TR 11:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Gearan, J TR 9:30 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Nowak, S TR 9:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Rainville, J MW 7:00 PM Intro To Psychology 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MTWRF 9:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 staff F 4:30 PM Intro To Psychology 3 Toothaker, B TR 11:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Nowak, S MW 2:00 PM INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MW 4:30PM Intro To Psychology 3 Murphy, S MW 11:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Castellanos, C La instrucciÓn se ofrece en espaÑol Intro To Psychology 3 STAFF MW 7:00 PM Intro To Psychology 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y S 8:00 AM Intro To Psychology 3 griffin, k MWF 5:00 pM Intro To Psychology 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MW 12:00 PM INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY 3 GRIFFIN, K T 5:00 PM Intro To Psychology 3 Griffin, K R 8:30 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y T 8:30 AM Intro To Psychology 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y R 7:00 PM Child Development 3 Kane, M TR 11:00 AM Child Development 3 Railsback, N W 6:00 PM Child Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y S 10:00 AM Child Development 3 fiandaca, l T 5:00 PM Child Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y R 8:30 AM Human Growth & Development 3 Coleman, R Human Growth & Development 3 Gearan, J TR 11:00 AM Human Growth & Development 3 Tighe Stickles, M M 6:00 PM Human Growth & Development 3 Gearan, J MW 9:30 AM HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 3 griffin, k MW 4:30PM Human Growth & Development 3 Ambrozy, L TR 11:30 PM Human Growth & Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y F 4:30 PM Human Growth & Development 3 staff TR 4:30 PM Human Growth & Development 3 STAFF tr 9:00 AM Human Growth & Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y S 8:00 AM Human Growth & Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MWF 5:00 PM Human Growth & Development 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y MW 12:00 PM Human Growth & Development 3 Griffin, K T 8:30 AM

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20436 PSY110 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 20443 PSY110 HR2 DEV CYCLE 2 20486 PSY112 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 19966 PSY143 XG & GAR FULL 20045 PSY143 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20149 PSY143 T1L LEO CYCLE 1 19014 PSY240 D & GAR FULL 19123 PSY240 WEB GAR FULL 19378 PSY240 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19728 PSY240 T1G GAR FULL 20209 PSY240 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 19025 PSY244 H & GAR FULL 19673 PSY244 R1G GAR FULL 20192 PSY244 S2D DEV CYCLE 2 20424 PSY244 HT1 DEV CYCLE 2 20435 PSY244 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19509 PSY246 WEB GAR FULL 20468 PSY246 T1G GAR FULL 19112 PSY280 R1G GAR FULL 19480 PSY280 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 20373 PSY280 TH1 DEV CYCLE 1

Human Growth & Development 3 griffin, k R 8:30 AM Human Growth & Development 3 Griffin, K R 5:00 PM DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 3 STEVENS, Y T 10:30 AM Group Dynamics 3 Toothaker, B W 12:30 PM Group Dynamics 3 STAFF TR 9:00 AM Group Dynamics 3 STAFF TR 4:30 PM Abnormal Psychology 3 Murphy, S TR 9:30 AM Service Learning Opportunities Abnormal Psychology 3 Coleman, R Abnormal Psychology 3 Rainville, J TR 2:00 PM Abnormal Psychology 3 Ambrozy, L T 4:30 PM Abnormal Psychology 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Child Special Needs 3 Kane, M TR 1:45 PM Child Special Needs 3 STAFF R 6:00 PM Child Special Needs 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y S 10:00 AM Child Special Needs 3 Meigs, F T 5:00 PM Child Special Needs 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y R 8:30 AM Psychology and the Law 3 Tesconi, L Psychology and the Law 3 Culver, H T 6:00 PM Psy of Death & Dying 3 Fiandaca, L R 6:00 PM Psy of Death & Dying 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Psy of Death & Dying 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y T 8:30 AM

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Reading Readiness Reading Readiness Reading Readiness Reading Readiness Reading Readiness Reading Readiness Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading Fundamentals of Reading

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Sociology

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19005 SOC103 WEB GAR FULL 19029 SOC103 E2 & GAR FULL 19113 SOC103 M1G GAR FULL 19127 SOC103 E & GAR FULL 19200 SOC103 F & GAR FULL 19272 SOC103 M4L LEO CYCLE 2 19273 SOC103 ISL LEO INTER 19299 SOC103 I2L LEO INTER 19351 SOC103 M3L LEO CYCLE 2 19365 SOC103 T3L LEO CYCLE 1 19387 SOC103 G & GAR FULL 19541 SOC103 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19766 SOC103 G2 & GAR FULL 19802 SOC103 WBS GAR FULL 19969 SOC103 SC & GAR FULL 19970 SOC103 C & GAR FULL 20392 SOC103 TH1 DEV CYCLE 2

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Intro Sociology 3 Szivos, J MS Word 97 or higher Intro Sociology 3 Capozzi, J MW 11:00 AM Service Learning Opportunities Intro Sociology 3 Shivers, C M 4:00 PM Intro Sociology 3 Shivers, C MW 11:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 Shivers, C TR 11:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Intro Sociology 3 Kelly, J MTWRF 9:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 Kelly, J MTWRF 4:30 PM Intro Sociology 3 STAFF MW 9:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Intro Sociology 3 Capozzi, J MW 1:45 PM Service Learning Opportunities Intro Sociology 3 Kelly, J MW 9:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 Shivers, C MW 1:45 PM Intro Sociology 3 STAFF Offered by Inter American University of Puerto Rico. La instrucciÓn se ofrece en espaÑol Intro Sociology 3 Natalizia, E MW 9:30 AM Intro Sociology 3 Capozzi, J MW 9:30 AM Service Learning Opportunities INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3 STAFF MW 7:00PM

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Spanish

20487 SPA103 S1D DEV CYCLE 1 20489 SPA109 S2D DEV CYCLE 1 19036 SPA109 F & GAR FULL 20027 SPA109 NET GAR FULL 20212 SPA109 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 20213 SPA109 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20027 SPA109 NET GAR FULL 19037 SPA110 D & GAR FULL 20056 SPA110 TRL LEO CYCLE 1 20154 SPA110 T1L LEO CYCLE 1

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Intro Sociology 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM Intro Sociology 3 Griffin, K S 10:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 griffin, k MWF 9:00 AM Intro Sociology 3 STAFF MW 12:00 PM Intro Sociology 3 Greene, A W 6:00 PM INTRO SOCIOLOGY 3 GRIFFIN, K R 5:00 PM INTRO SOCIOLOGY 3 SHUMAN, S R 10:30 AM Intro Sociology 3 Griffin, K T 5:00 PM Intro Sociology 3 STAFF R 10:30 AM Social Problems 3 Jablonski, L TR 11:00 AM Service Learning Opportunities Social Problems 3 Tesconi, L Social Problems 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y TR 9:00 AM Social Problems 3 Kelly, J TR 4:30 PM Social Problems 3 STAFF MW 12:00 PM Social Problems 3 Noyes-Stevens, Y T 10:30 AM Marriage & Family 3 Capozzi, J TR 11:00 AM Marriage & Family 3 riordon, j Child Abuse & Neg 3 STAFF TR 2:00 PM Child Abuse & Neg 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM Child Abuse & Neg 3 STAFF T 6:00 PM Victimology 3 kelly, j TR 4:30 PM

End 7:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:55 AM 2:30 PM 8:30 PM 7:00 PM 12:30 PM 7:00 PM 12:30 PM 12:15 PM 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 2:30 PM 12:30 PM 12:15 PM 4:30 PM 9:30 PM 8:30 PM 7:00 PM

SPANISH FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROF 3 mangual, j S 8:00 AM 10:00 AM BEGINNNING SPANISH I 3 mangual, j S 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Beginning Spanish I 3 Sharma, M TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Beginning Spanish I 3 STAFF Offered by North Shore Community College, Jan 20 - May 13. Beginning Spanish I 3 STAFF TR 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Beginning Spanish I 3 Uribe, L TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Beginning Spanish I 3 STAFF Offered by North Shore Community College, Jan 20 - May 13. Beg Spanish II 3 Sharma, M TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Beg Spanish II 3 STAFF TR 2:00 AM 4:30 PM Beg Spanish II 3 Uribe, L TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM

Special Topics-Social Science 19512 SSC120 WEB GAR FULL

Perspectives on Leadership

3 Carney, J

Theatre 20279 THE101 INT DEV INTER 19038 THE103 SD GAR FULL 19507 THE103 WEB GAR FULL 20040 THE103 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 20042 THE103 MWL LEO CYCLE 2 20492 THE113 C1D DEV CYCLE 1 19039 THE113 SF GAR FULL 19040 THE113 C & GAR FULL 19041 THE113 SF2 GAR FULL 19125 THE113 ISG GAR INTER 19274 THE113 TRL LEO CYCLE 2 19275 THE113 ISL LEO INTER 19294 THE113 WEB GAR FULL 19340 THE113 MWL LEO CYCLE 1 19376 THE113 M2L LEO CYCLE 2 19418 THE113 SH GAR FULL 19615 THE113 M1L LEO CYCLE 1 19709 THE113 T1G GAR FULL 20214 THE113 T1L LEO CYCLE 2 20297 THE113 INT DEV INTER 20451 THE113 HR1 DEV CYCLE 2 19258 THE284 SHJ GAR FULL 19259 THE284 SJH GAR FULL 20464 THE284 SGI GAR FULL 19260 THE285 SHJ GAR FULL 19261 THE285 SJH GAR FULL 20465 THE285 SGI GAR FULL

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Fund.of Acting 3 warren, j MWF 9:00 AM 11:55 AM Intro to Theatre 3 West, V TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Intro to Theatre 3 Steele, G Intro to Theatre 3 Henshaw, D MW 9:00 AM 11:30 AM Intro to Theatre 3 STAFF MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM SPEECH 3 warren, j MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Speech 3 Warren, J TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Speech 3 Steele, G MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM Speech 3 West, V TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM Speech 3 Steele, G MTWRF 9:00 AM 12:45 PM Speech 3 Henshaw, D TR 11:30 AM 2:00 PM Speech 3 Henshaw, D MTWRF 4:30 PM 8:15 PM Speech 3 Steele, G Access to video camera-preferably digital, 3 on-campus meetings Speech 3 STAFF MW 2:00 PM 4:30 PM Speech 3 Henshaw, D MW 4:30 PM 7:00 PM Speech 3 Warren, J TR 1:45 PM 3:00 PM Speech 3 Ellis, M MW 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Speech 3 Ellis, M T 6:00 PM 8:30 PM Speech 3 STAFF TR 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Speech 3 warren, j MWF 5:00 PM 7:55 PM Speech 3 warren, j R 7:00 PM 9:00 PM Tech Theatre Pract 3 Boisseau, J T 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Tech Theatre Pract 3 Boisseau, J R 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Tech Theatre Pract 3 Boisseau, J W 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Tech Theatre Prac II 3 Boisseau, J T 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Tech Theatre Prac II 3 Boisseau, J R 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Tech Theatre Prac II 3 Boisseau, J W 1:00 PM 4:00 PM

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Workforce Development & Professional Development Training for Business & Industry

Attention company owners & reps!

With more than forty years of delivering customized, affordable training to businesses in the region, MWCC’s many areas of expertise can help your organization perform better, stronger and faster. Get the training you need on a schedule and at the location that best fits your company’s production needs. Our customized training solutions provide relevant, applied programs that result in measurable growth throughout your entire operation.

MWCC’s training solutions serve many industry sectors:

• Manufacturing

• Management and Communications

• Human Resources

• Marketing and Sales

• Accounting and Finance

• Information Systems

• Skill Building and ESL

Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, Logistics, Facility Design and Operation, Cost Control, Quality Assurance, Plastics Manufacturing and the Wood Products Institute

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Project Management, Leadership, Supervisory Skills, Negotiation Skills, Supervisory Spanish, Training and Evaluating Employees, Business and Technical Writing Recruitment and Selection, Performance Appraisals, Time Management, Diversity, OSHA Safety Training, Successful Interviewing Customer Service Excellence, Selling, Public Relations, Corporate Communications, Motivating Sales People, Writing a Marketing Plan, Keeping Customers for Life

Accounting, Budgeting, and Finance for Non-Financial Managers, Financial Analysis, Cash Flow Re-engineering, Activity Based Costing, Accounting Management

CISCO, Multimedia, Database Programming, IT Essentials (A+), Internet & Computer Core Certification, System Analysis and Design

Workplace English as a Second Language, Basic Mathematics, Reading Improvement, Blueprint Reading, Graphic Design, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access & PowerPoint)

These are just a few of our customized solutions. Contact us today at (978) 895-2893 or by email at jriordon@mwcc.mass.edu to find out more about what we can offer your organization. Attention company owners & reps!

Training Funds Available for Massachusetts Companies In exchange for contracting your training with MWCC Workforce Development, we offer: Free Grant Writing Assistance with every step of the grant submission process, waiving our 20 percent grant writing fee. Free Training Needs Assessment (a $3,500 per day value) Free Training Plan Design based on company needs, by MWCC’s experienced workforce training managers. Free Grant Administration to maintain rosters, registrations, and training evaluations, and submit supporting documentation. Other trainers often charge additional fees for this service. Trainer Choice Options using MWCC’s experienced, industry recognized trainers, or a preferred training provider with whom the company has a pre-existing training relationship. Other training providers limit the choice to their internal training pool, or may charge additional fees to use outside trainers. Preferred Trainer Status has been awarded to MWCC for grant awards due to our non-profit status, further magnified by MWCCs 40+ years of excellent training services for area businesses.

Training Grants Available

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General Fund Training Grant: Provides training grants, ranging from $2,000 to $250,000 (under some circumstances up to $1 million) to employers, employer groups and labor organization. Grant applications are due the first business day of every other month (January-March-May-July-September-November). $15,000 Express Grant: $2,000 to $15,000 available for training for companies with a maximum of 50 employees. Easy grant application can be completed anytime and most grant award decisions are made within 21 days.

Find out more about your grant options and MWCC writing a grant for your company! Contact Jeremiah Riordon about training opportunities for businesses at (978) 895-2893 or jriordon@mwcc.mass.edu


Institute for Nonprofit Development • Healthcare Conference

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Institute for Nonprofit Development

More information about the institute and its programs is available by following the Institute for Nonprofit Development link at http://democracy.mwcc.edu.

For nonprofit professionals looking to refine and improve their grant writing skills. Learn: how to write a compelling problem or needs statement, outcome-focused goals and objectives, thoughtful evaluation plans and realistic budget proposals. Participants should have some grant writing experience. Instructor: Sarah Lange. Thu Apr 2 9 AM – 12 PM CRN 20503 $60 Materials included

Fundraising Basics: Building Bridges for Donor Relations

Gardner

Do multiple demands and competing agendas leave your donors feeling like an ATM? Learn the secrets of cultivation and stewardship which will help you maximize individual giving. Create the framework for a cultivation and stewardship program to implement when you get back to your agency. Instructor: Sarah Lange. Thu Apr 16 9 AM – 12 PM CRN 20230 $60 Materials included

Attention Students & Employees in the Healthcare Field!

Exploring the Dynamics of Healthcare Conference Friday May 29, 2009 • 9 AM – 3 PM The healthcare field is one of continuous change. Changes in technology, law and consumer demands make it necessary for those working in the field to always be a step ahead. Please join us as we explore these dynamics and discover methods to prepare yourself, both professionally and personally, to meet these new challenges head on. Keynote Address is by Leslie Ahearn & Paul Antokolsky of LaughterforHealth.com. Leslie and Paul are also hosts of the Boston syndicated TV show, “Taking Care.” Leslie is a gerontologist with over 25 years experience. Paul is a Vietnam Veteran and Harvard graduate who is a commentator and humorist.

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Gardner

Register by April 15 for the $99 early bird special conference rate. Registration after April 15th - $129 Continental breakfast and buffet lunch included. Clinical Lab Science Professionals, CEU’s available. Nursing CEU’s pending approval. For registration information, please go to: http://www.mwcc.edu/dynamic or call the Division of Lifelong Learning (978) 630-9273.

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Communication Skills • Going Green Communication Skills

Leominster

Getting Paid to Talk: Voice-overs as a Profession

Professional voice work can be exciting, fun, and lucrative. This introductory class explores aspects of voice-over work for television, film, radio, and narration, and emerging opportunities for voice in multimedia. Learn the basics, including how to prepare the all-important demo tape as well as how to bypass the competition and get the job. Listen to professional voice-over recordings and prepare and read a piece of commercial copy for critique. Mon May 11 6:30 – 9 PM CRN 20205 $35

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Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Going Green ProTrain Green Online Training (NEW) Online Training + You = Success!

• Landfill Operations – 25 Hours • Composting Operations – 25 Hours • Household Hazardous Waste – 18 Hours • Wastewater Treatment II – 64 Hours CRN 20017 132 Hours $800

Online

Wastewater Treatment Operations Certificate • Wastewater Treatment I – 64 Hours • Wastewater Treatment II – 64 Hours • Wastewater Treatment – Industrial – 64 Hours • Wastewater Collection Systems – 64 Hours • Wastewater Analysis – 64 Hours CRN 20018 320 Hours $1,000

Online

Water Treatment Operations Certificate

Looking for affordable, self-paced, online “green” courses and certificate programs that can train you for the latest, in-demand job skills? MWCC, in partnership with Protrain Online, is your solution! With online training you have flexible anytime, anywhere learning. We select our courses with one thing in mind: Will this course aid in making a positive difference in your life in some way? Program features: • Effective, convenient, affordable, high-quality training • Most courses have 12-month online access • Mentors available live online 24/7 to provide support in a variety of courses • Hands-on exercises contained within courses • Tests and quizzes within most courses

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for New Construction v2.2 Exam Prep

Certificates Solid Waste Operations Certificate

Online

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System® is a voluntary, consensusbased national standard for developing high performance, sustainable buildings. “Building green” can have environmental, economic, and health and safety benefits. This seven hour intensive online course with practice exam simulator will cover the six categories of the LEED for New Construction 2.2 rating system, from Sustainable Sites to Innovation and Design Processes. Participants will receive training on the integrated project management and documentation processes that are fundamental to the LEED program and will learn tips for working as LEED Accredited Professionals in the field. The training series will conclude with an overview of recommended study methods, exam-taking skills and practice questions for the LEED for New Construction v2.2 accreditation exam. This course is for general contractors, construction managers, project managers, superintendents, subcontractors, architects, designers, suppliers to the construction industry, building owners and end-users, real estate developers, and facility managers. 7 Hours $275

• Wastewater Treatment I – 64 Hours • Wastewater Treatment II – 64 Hours • Water Distribution Systems – 64 Hours • Water Analysis – 48 Hours CRN 20019 240 Hours $800

Courses

Descriptions can be viewed online at www.theknowledgebase.org/mwcc/ Certified Indoor Environmentalist CRN 20009 32 Hours $1,000 Certified Microbial Investigator CRN 20010 28 Hours $800 Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager CRN 20011 28 Hours $800 Weatherization Energy Auditor CRN 20013 50 Hours/7 week course $800 Home Energy Analyst CRN 20014 50 Hours/7 week course $800 Intro to Building Energy Efficiency CRN 20012 35 Hours/5 week course $495 Fundamentals of Solar Hot Water Heating Course CRN 20015 60 hours/12 weeks $695 Photovoltaic System Design & Installation CRN 20016 85 Hours/17 week course $795 Green Building Sales Professional CRN 20020 40 Hours $395 Green Building Technical Professional CRN 20021 40 Hours $395

Online


Going Green • Healthcare Training • Internet & Computing Skills Learning how to live a more natural life benefits your health as well as the environment. Topics include: going green in your own life, eating, paring down purchases, and cleaning with natural items as opposed to chemical cleaners. Instructor: Lauren Roy. Mon Apr 6 – May 4 6:30 – 8:30 PM Gardner CRN 19947 $69 (no class Apr 20) Sat May 2 – 16 9:00 AM – 12 NOON CRN 19973 $69

Devens

Fri Apr 3, 17, 24 9:00 AM – 12 NOON CRN 19974 $69

Leominster

Healthcare Training Nurse Aide Training

Gardner This 77-hour course meets the state and federal guidelines for Nurse’s Aide Training and is approved by the Department of Public Health. Prepare for employment in a long-term care institution and be eligible to take the Nurse Aide Certifying exam. Students must: • Be 18 years old or older • Have a high school diploma or GED • Take an assessment test and score within set guidelines • Be CPR certified before clinical • Submit a copy of their license or ID • Have a CORI check completed (by MWCC) • Have proof of current TB test (within one year) • Have at least two Hepatitis B shots before clinical • Have a signed health release form To receive a course schedule and registration packet, contact Missi Sargent, (978) 630-9273, or email msargent@mwcc.mass.edu Mon & Wed Jan 26 – Mar 11 5:30 – 9:30 PM $815 (includes book and certification exam) Clinical Orientation: Clinical Site: Life Care Center of Leominster Clinical I Tue - Thu Mar 17-19 7 AM – 3 PM, and Fri Mar 20 7 AM – 12 NOON Clinical II Tue - Thu Mar 24-26 7AM – 3 PM, and Fri Mar 27 7 AM – 12 NOON

Internet and Computing Skills

The IC3 modules provide students with basic technology skills, allowing them to be more competitive in today’s job market. This IC3 series prepares you to take an optional IC3 certification exam. Gardner • Computer software

IC3 Computing Fundamentals

• Computer hardware • Using an operating system Tue & Thu Feb 3-12 6 – 8 PM CRN 20006 $75

IC3 Key Applications

Gardner

IC3 Living Online

Gardner

• Common program functions • Word processing functions • Spreadsheet functions • Presentation software Tue & Thu Feb 17-26 6 – 8 PM CRN 20007 $25 • Networks and the Internet • Electronic mail • Using the Internet • The impact of computing and the Internet on society Tue & Thu Mar 3-12 6 – 8 PM CRN 20008 $75

Configuring Vista Client (MCTS)

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

NEW

NEW

Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure successful configuration of the IT Pro tools and productivity applications that ship with Windows Vista. Students will focus on six main areas: maintenance and optimization tools, media applications, productivity applications, notebook computers, mobile devices, and Tablet PCs. This course helps you prepare for the following Microsoft Certified Professional exams: 70-620, Technology Specialist: Configuring Windows Vista Client. Classes held at Worcester Vocational Technical High School, 1 Skyline Ave, Worcester, MA. Instructor: Frank Mann Tue Jan 27 – Apr 28 4:30-8 PM CRN 20482 $989

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Management and Leadership Management and Leadership

Legal Liabilities for the Supervisor

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

The Employers Association of the NorthEast (EANE) and MWCC offer bottom-line, practical, NEW results-oriented training programs on management and staff development topics. The extensive practical experience of EANE’s staff and the “hands-on,” straightforward approach used in EANE programs are some of the reasons why many member companies continuously use them as their “total training resource.” How to register: Call EANE toll free at (877) 662-6444.

Leadership Skills for Lead People

Explore the unique challenges faced by employees who lead and give direction to their co-workers, have increased responsibility coupled with limited authority and perform similar duties as those they guide and influence. Increase your confidence and insight into leading your peers to meet goals, learn skills and gain new perspectives about your responsibilities. Tue Jan 13 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $240

Foundation of Effective Leadership

Devens

Business results and goals are achieved through motivated, involved employees. It is important that your organization’s leaders are prepared to create a positive, supportive and communicative environment. This program provides the knowledge and skills to take the necessary actions to demonstrate these qualities. Wed Feb 11 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $240

Communication Skills and Conflict Management

Devens

Successful leadership depends heavily on being a skilled communicator. Giving clear directions, practicing active listening skills and using non-defensive communication techniques will improve leadership effectiveness. Learning to resolve conflicts will enable leaders to create a more positive and productive workplace. Wed Feb 18 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $240

Administrative Professional Support Staff Program

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Devens

Devens

It’s important to be on the move: boosting the skills you have and adding new ones for success. You will find there is no cap on the job you do or what you may be expected to do. Powering up with skill techniques will make the difference! You’ll be able to “do more” in less time, learn ways to stop crises before they start. Increase your productive power and master methods that ensure success for working effectively with others. Tue Feb 24 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $215 for members, $280 for non-members

Devens

You represent the company to the employees you supervise. This practical workshop covers federal and state specific employment laws and clarifies your responsibility to ensure compliance. Become familiar with the terms: employment-atwill, hostile work environment, and reasonable accommodation. Explore and discuss what your role is to ensure the workplace is free from harassment and discrimination. Wed Feb 25 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $240

Coaching Skills and Employee Training

Devens

The skillful use of coaching can improve performance, increase employee skills and motivation. Effective coaching and training skills can help employees develop a more positive attitude toward their leader and their jobs. Learning to identify training needs and the ability to deliver effective on-the-job training is essential for developing a high-performance and motivated team. Wed Mar 4 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $240

Goal Setting and Team Building

Devens

Creating Workplace Respect

Devens

Setting clear measurable goals and well-defined action plans lay the foundation for business and leadership success. Successful team leadership requires an understanding of team dynamics and helping teams to work together to achieve goals. Wed Mar 11 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM $240

In today’s work environment, we all deal not only with differences in race, gender and culture, but we also address issues that include differences in communication style, ages, education, values and so much more. To be successful, we must learn how to see opportunities, strengths and potential where today we might just see differences. We must learn to respect each others’ differences in order to communicate, work as a team and achieve success within the workplace. Learn why it is so important to create workplace understanding and respect in your organization and strategies to make it happen. Wed Mar 18 8:30 AM – 12:00 NOON $105 for members, $140 for non-members

CPR/AED/First Aid Certification Training

Devens

Knowing how to respond to a CPR or First Aid emergency is one of the most important skills a person can possess. EANE’s CPR/AED/First Aid training program meets the OSHA requirements and is a great tool for training your employees on the latest skills and techniques in life-saving procedures. Certification through the National Safety Council is provided to all participants who successfully complete the course and pass the written exam. Wed Apr 1 CPR/AED: 8 AM – 12 NOON First Aid: 1 – 4 PM $65 for members, $95 for non-members: half-day $115 for members, $145 for non-members: full-day


Enterprise Performance Management Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)™ Workshops

Designed for public, private for profit, and not-for-profit organizations to reach peak performance!

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This management “powertool” will assist your organization in implementing a highly effective performance management system including specific performance objectives and their associated performance measures for any area of your enterprise. (More specifics of this system are available at www.ObjectiveSolutionsInc.com.) The primary audiences for these workshops are managers and/or management teams responsible for each functional area of your organization—finance, sales, customer service, production, distribution and more. You can choose to take Performance Management Plan Development as a program overview or take individual workshops from Section 2 (see below) to launch and sustain EPM in a specific area of your organization right now. Additionally, you can take Section 1, one or more workshops from Section 2, and Section 3 to earn a Performance Management Certificate and apply performance management across your entire enterprise.

Performance Management Plan Development

Leominster

Learn how to prepare for performance management plan development. A team approach will help facilitate a shared sense of ownership and bring creativity and innovation to developing each plan element. Because enterprise performance management is a team effort, you will save time and effort during the development process by learning how to perform these four key preparation tasks: assembling the performance team leadership, collecting and reviewing background materials, developing a performance work plan, and conducting a team briefing meeting. Fri. Mar 6 9 AM -12 NOON CRN 20504 $99

Section 2

Develop a performance framework focusing on developing a collection of documented and synchronized performance objectives related to one another by a specific performance perspective (e.g. customer satisfaction). A performance framework is the foundation for a sound performance management system. A good performance framework is a useful tool for management and organizational learning—it provides intelligence for decision-makers, and thus serves as a constant reference to guide the assessment of results.

Managing Customer Satisfaction Performance

Leominster

Managing People &Team Performance

Leominster

Topics include: managing customer retention, turnover, loyalty, feedback and suggestions, complaint resolution, the value of existing customers, and more. Fri Mar 20 9 AM -12 NOON CRN 20505 $99

Topics include: managing employee productivity performance, multi-skilling, training, speed of skill development and more. Fri Apr 3 9 AM -12 NOON CRN 20506 $99

Managing Demand Generation (Sales & Marketing) Performance

Leominster

Managing Business Unit Strategy Performance

Leominster

Topics include: sales force productivity, market share performance, proposal success rates, customer retention and loyalty, revenue and growth performance, and more. Fri Apr 17 9 AM - 12 NOON CRN 20507 $99

Topics include: managing strategic objective achievement performance, managing mission / vision achievement performance, managing communications with stakeholders performance, and more. Fri Apr 24 9 AM - 12 NOON CRN 20508 $99

Section 3

Use, Review & Revise Your Performance Management Plan

Leominster

This workshop rounds off the three necessary steps in adopting enterprise performance management, and focuses on how to implement and continually improve the plan as a best practice. The performance management plan, when used as standard across your organization, is the foundation for a sound performance management system. Use the performance management plan continuously to make informed management decisions, improve tactics and organizational processes, identify performance gaps, and set goals for improvements. Topics include: using the performance framework & plan; reviewing the performance framework & plan; and revising the performance framework & plan. Fri May 1 9 AM -12 NOON CRN 20509 $99

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Section 1

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

All workshops are offered at an introductory price of $99 and are taught by the creator of this performance system, Charles P. Collins from Objective Solutions. For more information contact Deidre Carroll, workforce training manager at (978) 630-9178 or email: dcarroll@mwcc.mass.edu.


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Microsoft Office Professional Series

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Microsoft Office Professional Series Microsoft Access

Leominster

This series of hands-on workshops presents skills training and assessment for the major applications in the Microsoft Office personal productivity software suite. Step-by-step instructor-guided labs help you to learn the most productive method of using each software system in a fully hands-on environment. The laboratory manuals and enclosed CDs provide a valuable long term reference guide.

Access I

The Level I Introductory courses (with the exception of Intro to Computers) require a working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system, basic keyboarding, and mouse skills. Levels II and III assume a solid working knowledge of the topics covered in lower level(s). Any prospective student unsure of their competency level is encouraged to attend one or both of the Introduction to Computers sections and the instructor can assist in evaluating their skill level for continuing sections.

Tue & Thu Apr 14 & 16 6 – 9 PM CRN 20250 $125

Using the most up-to-date version of Office, experience one of the most powerful application software systems ever created. Feel the strength of the new fluent user interface. Encounter ribbons, galleries, live preview and the other major advances the newest product offers. Even if you are currently using previous versions of Office these sessions will develop and enhance your skill set in the latest and greatest adaptation of desktop productivity systems.

Tue & Thu Apr 21 & 23 6 – 9 PM CRN 20252 $125

Intro to Computers: 1st Time User

Leominster

• Access platform • Using forms • Databases & tables • Reports • Fields & records • Basic queries • Data entry rules Tue & Thu Apr 14 & 16 1 – 4 PM CRN 20249 $125

Access II

Leominster

• Relational databases • Advanced forms • Related tables • Charts • Complex queries • Reports & printing • PivotTables & PivotCharts Tue & Thu Apr 21 & 23 1 – 4 PM CRN 20251 $125

Access III

Leominster

• Queries with SQL • Macros • Advanced queries • Advanced macros • Import, export & linking • Internet integration • Database management Tue & Thu Apr 28 & 30 12 – 4 PM CRN 20253 $167 Tue & Thu Apr 28 & 30 5 – 9 PM CRN 20254 $167

For the true beginner. Start with a tour through operating the hardware including using the keyboard, mouse skills, disks, printers and more. Learn the basics of working in Microsoft Windows. Explore the start menu. Understand the desktop. Become familiar with folders and file management using “My Computer.” Get your first exposure to cyberspace including the Internet and the World Wide Web, browsers, search engines, and email. This is a highly interactive course where students learn by doing with instructor-led hands on exercises. Interaction is always encouraged! Tue, Wed, & Thu Jan 27-29 1 – 4 PM CRN 20208 $177

Microsoft Excel

Tue, Wed, & Thu Jan 27-29 6 – 9 PM CRN 20246 $177

• Multiple sheets & books • Lists & tables • Advanced formatting • Cell & range names • Outlines & subtotaling • Advanced charting • Web & Internet features • Templates & settings • Documentation & auditing Tue & Thu Mar 31 & Apr 2 1 – 4 PM CRN 20257 $125

Intro to Computers: Novice User

Leominster

Use Windows accessories to manage PC housekeeping tasks. Learn how to configure and buy your PC. Understand the control panel to customize the user interface including mouse activities, display screen settings and removing software. Learn basic troubleshooting, fundamentals of Microsoft Office, and how to protect your PC locally and in cyberspace. Download and install software. Discover the necessities of your computer’s health including temperature, power and backup strategies. Tue, Wed, & Thu Feb 3-5 1 – 4 PM CRN 20247 $177 Tue, Wed, & Thu Feb 3-5 6 – 9 PM CRN 20248 $177

Excel I

Leominster

• Excel platform • Formatting sheets • Enter & edit data • Printing • Modifying worksheets • Charts & graphs • Using functions • Manage large books Tue & Thu Mar 24 & 26 1 – 4 PM CRN 20255 $125 Tue & Thu Mar 24 & 26 6 – 9 PM CRN 20256 $125

Excel II

Leominster

Tue & Thu Mar 31 & Apr 2 6 – 9 PM CRN 20258 $125

Excel III

Leominster

• Advanced functions • Analytical options • Lookups & data tables • Export & import • Advanced list • PivotTables & management PivotCharts • Macros & custom functions • Conditional formatting & SmartArt Tue & Thu Apr 7 & 9 12 – 4 PM CRN 20259 $167 Tue & Thu Apr 7 & 9 5 – 9 PM CRN 20260 $167


Microsoft Office Professional Series • CFD & H

Microsoft PowerPoint PowerPoint I

• New presentations • Proofing & delivery • Drawing objects • Tables & charts Tue & Thu Mar 3 & 5 1 – 4 PM

Leominster

• The PowerPoint platform • Graphics • Formatting slides • Advanced set-up CRN 20261 $125

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The Center for Democracy & Humanity

Tue & Thu Mar 3 & 5 6 – 9 PM CRN 20262 $125

• Custom set-up options • SmartArt & tables • Graphics & multimedia • Integrating Office files • Action buttons & custom shows • Distributing presentations Tue & Thu Mar 10 & 12 1 – 4 PM CRN 20263 $125 Tue & Thu Mar 10 & 12 6 – 9 PM CRN 20264 $125

Microsoft Word Word I

Leominster

• The Word window • Formatting text • Creating documents • Working with tables • Word help • Page layout • Navigation & • Proofing & printing selection techniques • Graphics • Editing text Tue & Thu Feb 10 & 12 1 – 4 PM CRN 20265 $125

The Center for Democracy & Humanity promotes civic engagement, positive social change, and healthier, more vibrant communities through innovative programming and partnerships that benefit the college and the greater community. To promote civic and community engagement, the Center for Democracy & Humanity employs four strategies: • student engagement; • resident engagement; • capacity building; and • systemic change.

Tue & Thu Feb 10 & 12 6 – 9 PM CRN 20266 $125

Word II

Leominster

• Using styles • Advanced graphics • Sections & columns • Managing revisions • Formatting tables • Web features • Templates & • Printing envelopes & building blocks labels Tue & Thu Feb 17 & 19 1 – 4 PM CRN 20267 $125 Tue & Thu Feb 17 & 19 6 – 9 PM CRN 20268 $125

Word III

Leominster

• Mail merge • Forms • Objects & • Macros backgrounds • XML features • Long document • Custom toolbars & management keyboard Tue & Thu Feb 24 & 26 12 – 4 PM CRN 20269 $167 Tue & Thu Feb 24 & 26 5 – 9 PM CRN 20270 $167

For more information, go to http://democracy.mwcc.edu or call (978) 630-9163.

Biotechnology ProgramGet started in this “Growing” Field

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Leominster

Biotechnology/ Biomanufacturing Degree & Certificate Programs

Learn how you can prepare for a career in biotechnology at MWCC.

MWCC recently received a $1.6 million Department of Labor Grant for credit and noncredit technician training. These programs are offered in partnership with Bristol-Myers Squibb. More than 350 new jobs are anticipated when they open their $750 million facility in Devens.

For more information, contact Lara Dowland, director of the biotech program, (978) 630-9433 or ldowland@mwcc.mass.edu

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OSHA Safety Training • Sales • Spanish OSHA Safety Training

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Safety Training

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Safety Training

Receive an overview of OSHA general industry procedures, policies, and standards, as well as how to effectively manage administrative and legal responsibilities and duties under OSHA. Learn the basic building blocks of an effective safety and health program and various proven management techniques to control workplace injuries and associated workers’ compensation insurance. Topics include: an in-depth look at OSHA and the OSH Act; General Duty Clause; OSHA inspections & citations; OSHA penalties & compliance; hazard communication/health; machine guarding; walking and working surfaces; personal protective equipment; material handling; hazardous materials; means of egress; and much more. Instructor: Steven St. Laurent. Gardner Tue & Wed Feb 10 & 11 9 AM – 2:30 PM CRN 20490 $194 Tue & Wed Apr 14 & 15 9 AM – 2:30 PM CRN 20495 $194

An in-depth look at the OSHA construction industry procedures, policies, and standards, as well as the responsibilities under OSHA. Learn the basic building blocks of an effective safety and health program and various proven management techniques to control workplace injuries and associated workers’ compensation insurance. Topics include: an in-depth look at OSHA and the OSH Act; health and safety; health hazards; personal protective equipment; fire protection and prevention; tools, hand and power; electrical; scaffolding; floor and wall openings; stairways and ladders; materials handling; and much more. These topics are expanded upon in greater detail than in the OSHA 10-Hour course and you will learn to read and understand the OSHA standards. Instructor: Steven St. Laurent. Mon - Thu Apr 27-30 8 AM – 4 PM Gardner CRN 20500 $550 For required text information, call (978) 630-9575.

Gardner

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety Training

Receive an overview of the OSHA construction industry procedures, policies, and standards, as well as the responsibilities under OSHA. Learn the basic building blocks of an effective safety and health program and various proven management techniques to control workplace injuries and associated workers’ compensation insurance. Topics include: an in-depth look at OSHA and the OSH Act; health and safety; health hazards; personal protective equipment; fire protection and prevention; tools, hand and power; electrical; scaffolding; floor and wall openings; stairways and ladders; materials handling; and much more. Instructor: Steven St. Laurent. Mon & Wed Jan 26 & 28 4 – 9 PM Gardner CRN 20496 $194 Mon & Wed Mar 9 & 11 4 – 9 PM CRN 20497 $194

Gardner

Mon & Wed May 4 & 6 4 – 9 PM CRN 20498 $194

Gardner

OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Safety Training

An in-depth look at the OSHA policies, and standards, as well as how to effectively manage administrative and legal responsibilities and duties under OSHA. Basic building blocks of an effective safety and health program and various proven management techniques to control workplace injuries and associated workers’ compensation insurance. Topics include: an in-depth look at OSHA and the OSH Act; General Duty Clause; OSHA inspections & citations; OSHA penalties & compliance; hazard communication/health; machine guarding; walking and working surfaces; personal protective equipment; material handling; hazardous materials; means of egress; and much more. These topics are expanded upon in greater detail than in the OSHA 10-Hour course and you will learn to read and understand the OSHA standards. Instructor: Steven St. Laurent. Tue - Fri Mar 17-20 8 AM – 4 PM Gardner CRN 20499 $550 For required text information, call (978) 630-9575.

Sales Successful Networking

Gardner

Sales—Tips for Success

Gardner

Learn to network successfully, gain additional customers and contacts, and learn where to go to network. Instructor: Edward Herter. Thu Mar 26 6 – 9 PM CRN 19872 $30 Gain from 45+ years of sales experience. Learn how to increase sales. Bring your sales situations to class. Instructor: Edward Herter. Thu Apr 16 6 – 9 PM CRN 19873 $30

Spanish Pronto Spanish

Online

Do you want to be able to communicate with your Spanishspeaking co-workers, customers, students and neighbors? We offer two unique programs created specifically for the busy adult wanting to learn conversational Spanish. Once you purchase your online course, please email lll@mwcc.mass.edu. An email will be sent to you with a username and password. Login with this username and password to start your course at our Online Learning Center (www.prontolearning.com). All courses are $99. Spanish for Educators, CRN 19854 Spanish for Health Care, CRN 19855 Spanish for the Workplace, CRN 19856 Spanish for Banking, CRN 19857 Spanish for Construction, CRN 19858 Spanish for Food Service, CRN 19859 Spanish for Hospitality, CRN 19860 Spanish for Human Resources, CRN 19861 Spanish for Law Enforcement, CRN 19862 Spanish for Manufacturing, CRN 19863 Spanish for Social Workers, CRN 19864


Website Development • Wedding & Party Planning Website Development

How to Plan a Successful Wedding

Build a Dynamic Website

Gardner

Learn about running a mixed static/dynamic internal LAN IP network so you can run a server at home and get the benefits of a dynamic IP network. You’ll receive the necessary software to create and run a home-based web and email server. Instructor: Alberto Ortiz. Mon Feb 9 – Mar 2 6 – 8:30 PM CRN 19841 $69 Materials: $6.50 payable to instructor

Learn the basics of website development including how to create and publish a dynamic website without any programming knowledge and with free software. Participants should be familiar with Windows. Instructor: Alberto Ortiz. Mon & Wed Feb 2 & 4 6 – 9 PM CRN 19840 $69 Materials: $6.50 payable to instructor Gardner

An intensive introductory hands-on course for those who want to learn to build effective and informative websites. Web theory, navigation, viewer interactivity and Internet fundamentals will be explored. Gain an overview of two of the most commonly used website-building software programs, Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Dreamweaver. No computer or software prerequisites. Individual websites will be produced by participants. Instructor: Craig Devonshire. Thu Jan 22 – Feb 26 6 – 9 PM CRN 19868 $129

Wedding & Party Planning Online Covers everything a wedding planner needs to know: contracts, etiquette, flowers, music, day of service, marketing, how to work with vendors, and how to work with prospective brides and grooms. This certification course can be taken at anytime online. Students have up to six months to complete. Student will receive a student ID and password and have access to our instructors for questions and assistance through web-conference sessions and email. Students can also connect with other students locally and internationally through message boards. Course cost includes CDs, testing, and national certification from the Wedding Planning Institute. Course cost: $799, includes workbook, CD, testing, & Certification. CRN 19865

Wedding Planner Certification

Innovative Party Planning

Gardner

Tired of spending too much on a party? Running out of places to host a party? This exciting hands-on course will provide ideas for low cost party planning. Timely tips for coordinating themes, party etiquette, entertaining games, and all you need to know to have a fun and low budget event that everyone will be raving about. Instructor: Chezelle Rodriguez, certified wedding/ event consultant. Tue & Wed Feb 24 & 25 6 – 9 PM CRN 20535 $59

Attention MWCC Alumni Visit the alumni website www.mwcc.edu/alumni • See profiles of your favorite faculty • Take our alumni development survey • Review career services

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Gardner

Gardner This exciting hands-on course is perfect for anyone who is interested in becoming a wedding planner or for those who are involved in planning a wedding and just need a few tips on how to run it smoothly. You will gain in-depth knowledge of wedding planning and how to build a preferred vendor list. This course covers everything to plan, coordinate and direct weddings of all types and provides the tools necessary to launch and grow a business as a wedding planner. Instructor: Chezelle Rodriguez, certified wedding/ event consultant. Mon & Thu Jan 5 – Mar 5 6 – 9 PM CRN 20534 $429 (no class Jan 19 & Feb 16)

For more information, call Sharyn Rice, (978) 630-9216, email srice@mwcc.mass.edu

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A s s o c i a t i o n

Start near...Go far...Stay connected

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Home-based Web and Email Hosting

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Ed 2 Go Online Learning Ed 2 Go Online Learning

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night.

Listed are the most popular courses. Many other courses are available and can be reviewed by visiting the website, for information and to register, go to www.ed2go.com/mwcc.

For more information, call (978) 630-9124 or How to Get Started: email dwhitney@mwcc.mass.edu 1. Visit the Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/mwcc 2. Click the Orientation link and follow the instructions to For information and to register, go to enroll and pay for your course. During orientation, you will learn important information about your course. You will also www.ed2go.com/mwcc Course cost: $119 be provided an opportunity to choose the name and password you will use to access your course. Each course begins: 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Jan 21, Feb 18, Mar 18, Apr 15 Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with the name and password you selected during orientation. 4. Contact MWCC’s Enrollment Center at (978) 630-9123 to register and pay for your course.

MWCC’s Devens Campus

1. Creating Web Pages 2. Accounting Fundamentals

Makes Your Education More Convenient

3. Speed Spanish 4. Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach 5. Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2003 6. Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007 7. A to Z Grant Writing 8. Medical Coding 9. Grammar Refresher 10. Project Management Fundamentals 11. Beginning Writer’s Workshop 12. Introduction to PHP and MySQL 13. Introduction to SQL 14. Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003 15. Introduction to Dreamweaver CS3 16. Computer Skills for the Workplace 17. Secrets of Better Photography 18. Introduction to QuickBooks 2007 19. Creating Web Pages II 20. Discover Digital Photography 21. Introduction to CSS and XHTML 22. Introduction to PC Troubleshooting 23. Introduction to QuickBooks 2008

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Requirements: All courses require Internet access, email, Netscape Navigator, or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information.

24. Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 25. Administrative Assistant Fundamentals

• A full-service 40,000 square foot campus • Convenient location minutes off of Route 2 • Hybrid courses allow you to attend just one day a week and complete the rest of your coursework from home • Liberal arts and general education courses • Quick training programs in EMT, Medical Office, Practical Nursing and Nurse Assisting • Biotechnology/BioManufacturing Certificate & Degree • College credit courses offered in a 16 week or accelerated 8 week format. Day and evening courses available. • Adult Basic Education (Free!)

Fall classes begin January 20. Enroll now! www.mwcc.edu/devens Devens Campus One Jackson Place 27 Jackson Road, Devens (978) 630-9569


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Online Workforce Training Programs

MWCC is pleased to announce a partnership with Gatlin Education—the leader in online certification programs. These self-paced programs are designed with a team of professionals to provide the most effective web-based learning experience possible. Generally, programs can be completed in less than six months. Instructors are actively involved in students’ online learning experience by responding to questions and encouraging and motivating students to succeed. Each program includes everything needed to succeed (books, lessons, quizzes and assignments)! Grades are a combination of computer-graded tests and the instructor’s evaluation of students’ work. Enjoy the quality and convenience of anytime, anywhere learning. For detailed course outlines and demos, please visit www.mwcc.edu/LLL/gatlin/default.html

Refund Policy Students are given all materials and complete access to their entire course upon registration. Therefore, once the course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons, there are no refunds.

AutoCAD AutoCAD 2009

Online

We are very excited to announce our new AutoCAD 2009 program. The AutoCAD 2009 program will include the textbook and a 13 month student license of the AutoCAD 2009 software. CRN 20115 $1995 150 Hours

Business Certified Bookkeeper

Online

This course for experienced bookkeepers leads to national certification with the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). The AIPB certification is a high professional standard and the only national standard for bookkeepers. This course was created by the AIPB to prepare bookkeepers for the national certification exam. Textbooks are included. CRN 20099 $1795 80 Hours

Certified Global Business Professional

Online

This preparatory program for the Certified Global Business Professional Credential exam is a prestigious acknowledgement of international business expertise. The North American Small Business International Trade Educators Association (NASBITE) Certified Global Business Professional Credential (CGBP) provides a benchmark for competency in global commerce. CRN 20100 $2495 400 Hours

Chartered Tax Professional

Online

With this certificate program, you can start working and earning money while completing coursework. You will be qualified to prepare individual tax returns for almost all US taxpayers. CRN 19951 $1795 180 Hours

Corporate Governance and Ethics

Online

eBusiness

Online

Freight Broker/Agent Training

Online

Uses a stakeholder management framework, emphasizing business’ social and ethical responsibilities to both external and internal stakeholder groups. A twin theme of business ethics illustrates how ethical or moral considerations are included in the public issues facing organizations and the decision-making process of managers. This innovative program teaches companies and professionals how to reduce fraud losses—and how to effectively work to eliminate future frauds. It offers comprehensive coverage of fraud detection, warning signs, technology tools, investigation techniques (for auditors, security personnel and managers), financial statement screening, fraud risk in e-commerce, pro-active fraud risk and much more. CRN 20101 $895 15 Hours

Provides a comprehensive introduction to eBusiness, increasingly important in our networked world of transactions and global competition.The primary objective of this program is to introduce concepts, tools and approaches to eBusiness. Textbook is included. CRN 20102 $1995 200 Hours

Entrepreneur Magazine has rated the freight brokerage business as one of the top home-based businesses, and a recent Wall Street Journal article cited freight brokering and logistics as the largest growing sector of the transportation industry. Written by freight brokerage specialists, the freight broker/agent training course will provide you with the knowledge and resources needed to break into the $400 billion plus shipping industry. Students will learn the “how-tos” of building up a freight brokerage agency: from licensing to operations, to sales and marketing. CRN 20103 $1695 150 Hours

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Starting Your Course Once registered, MWCC processes your registration with Gatlin Education Services (GES). Please allow at least 48 hours for processing. Once GES has received your information, you will receive an initial welcome email with detailed course information, course login, and instructor contact information. GES will UPS all course materials directly to you.

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Need financial assistance? Gatlin Education offers an excellent opportunity for obtaining financial assistance to help with the tuition of GES programs. Students may apply for a loan online through the Gatlin Loan Program at www.collegeloanapplication.com. Loans may not exceed $1,595. A deposit of $300 is required. TFC loans are not affiliated with the MWCC office of financial aid or federal financial aid programs. Please contact gatlin@tfcloaninfo.com, 1(800)832-5626 if you have questions.


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Online Training: Business • Card Dealing • Computers Six Sigma Black Belt

Gatlin Online Programs continued... see page 57 for more information Lean Mastery

Online Contains clear, concise information on transforming an enterprise to lean.This program is packed with examples, photographs, graphics, quizzes, progress tests, case studies and many interactive features that provide tips, “try this” exercises and in-depth information.The program covers all of the lean enterprise concepts and was authored by people who have successful, hands-on, practical worldwide experience. CRN 20104 $1695 60 Hours

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Payroll Practice and Management

Provides detailed instruction in all facets of payroll—from the basics to the intricate complexity of fringe benefits, taxation, and garnishments. The primary objective of this program is to teach the solid skills and knowledge of payroll rules and regulations to the beginner and to increase or refresh the skills of more experienced students. An excellent overall review for the Certified Payroll Professional test of the American Payroll Association. Textbook & workbook included. CRN 20106 $1595 80 Hours

Project Management

Online

Records Management

Online

Provides a comprehensive education in project management and includes preparation for the Project Management Professional national certification exam. Textbook & exam prep included. CRN 20107 $1495 40 Hours

A power-packed training program teaching you how to manage electronic records and conquer the paper pile-up. Textbook is included. CRN 20108 $1395 80 Hours

Seven Steps to Leading High Achieving Teams

Online

Provides the information and application to develop, work in, and lead high-achieving teams at work, at home, and in the community. This leadership program follows an authentic Everest expedition with Tom Whittaker, the first disabled person to conquer Everest, to illustrate and develop experiential and mastery learning techniques to empower every aspect of your interactions with others. Current managers and leaders who wish to enhance existing skills or those who are progressing toward leadership positions will benefit greatly. CRN 20109 $1395 70 Hours

Six Sigma Greenbelt Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

Online

Online

A quality improvement methodology structured to reduce product or service failure rates. This program encompasses all aspects of a business, including management, service delivery, design, production and customer satisfaction. Six Sigma is one of the highest standards for companies and individuals to achieve. Gain this highly valuable skill while preparing for national certification. Materials included. CRN 20110 $1895 100 Hours

Online Integrates learning and hands-on data analysis. Get an in-depth look at the DMAIC problem-solving methodology, as well as deployment and project development approaches. The course flow follows the DMAIC methodology, with the appropriate tools and concepts taught at each stage of project deployment. Since software will be used for data analysis, the course material concentrates on the application and use of the tools, rather than on detailed derivation of the statistical methods. Workshops are incorporated throughout the training to challenge your analytical and problem-solving skills. CRN 20111 $2695 200 Hours

Travel Agent Training

Online

Prepares students for the Institute of Certified Travel Agents TAP Certification. Learn the basic skills needed to operate a computer reservation system. Consists of two modules including your choice of SABRE, WORLDSPAN, APOLLO, OR AMADEUS GDS systems. All materials included. CRN 20112 $1595 120 Hours

Card Dealing Casino Poker Dealer

Online

This highly interactive program, offered in partnership with the Johnny Chan Academy, will teach you everything you need to know to become a professional poker dealer. CRN 20092 $1395 100 Hours

Computers Forensic Computer Examiner

Online

Prepare for a career as a forensic computer examiner. Learn to retrieve evidence and prepare reports based on evidence which will stand up in a court of law. The ethics of computer forensics and the preparation and analysis of investigation results is also covered. This program is an authorized Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) training course and thoroughly prepares students to take the CCE certification exam. CRN 20094 $3095 150 Hours

Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist

Online

As more companies grow to rely on ever-increasing and more complex technologies to satisfy production and service demands, so too does their need for individuals equipped to support those technologies while maintaining high customer satisfaction levels. This program uniquely prepares the support specialist to keep the customer productive by focusing on the business needs of the customer, establishing credibility and trust, and by handling the most difficult customer scenarios. Emphasis is given to problem solving and troubleshooting, team dynamics, and interpersonal communication skills. It also provides a broad overview of the back-office operations of a support center, and exposes students to common industry tools and technologies used in providing exceptional customer support. CRN 20096 $1495 80 Hours


Construction Tech. • Int. Design • Pharmacy • Vet. Asst. • Video Game Pharmacy

Our Administrative Professional with MCAS training will not only provide you with Administrative Professional training, but will also prepare you to become a Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS). MCAS training will teach you how to use the new Microsoft Office 2007 suite of programs (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and PowerPoint) as well as the new Vista operating system. CRN 20089 $1995 240 Hours

Construction Technology HVAC Technician Certificate

Online

A comprehensive HVACR training program for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration installers and technicians.This program prepares learners using an online, mentor-facilitated, self-paced environment for entry-level positions in the HVACR industry, continuing education for upgrading skills, or becoming certified or licensed (NATE, etc). CRN 20097 $3095 320 Hours

A (CNPR™) is a federally trademarked certification which can be obtained by acquiring the necessary knowledge in pharmacology, medical terminology, physiology, and regulations for selling pharmaceuticals. Prepare for a new career as a pharmaceutical sales representative and for national certification through NAPSR. As a registered student of the CNPR program, you will automatically become a member of NAPSR and receive eligibility to sit for the CNPR national certification exam at no additional cost. CRN 20085 $1595 120 Hours

Pharmacy Technician

Online

Learn the construction, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of late-model automobiles and light trucks. Use a building-block approach starting with the fundamental principles of system operation and progresses gradually to complex diagnostic and service procedures. Students and professionals learn quickly and easily, helped by thousands of color illustrations, scores of 2-D and 3-D animations, built-in quizzes, and other interactive features. The program provides thorough coverage of the latest developments in the automotive field, including OBD II diagnostics, enhanced emissions testing, misfire monitoring, air bag systems, anti-lock brakes, and security systems. Organized around the eight ASE automobile test areas, this program is a valuable resource for students preparing for a career in automotive technology, as well as experienced technicians preparing for ASE Certification/Recertification Tests. The program is correlated to standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). CRN 20098 $2695 380 Hours

Interior Design Interior Design

Online

Learn how to create spaces for living, working, and enjoyment. This interactive program focuses on design theory, design process methods and design studio work. Learn design elements and principles, color theory, programming, space planning and the design of residential, commercial, and retail spaces. CRN 20093 $2295 350 Hours

Online

Gain the skills necessary for national certification and employment as an entry-level pharmacy technician in a hospital or retail setting. Receive one-on-one assistance. This program includes a forty-hour externship. All materials included. CRN 20087 $1795 240 Hours

Veterinary Assistant Veterinary Assistant

Modern Automotive Service Technician

Online

Online

Prepare for an exciting new career as a veterinary assistant. Learn about the care of animals and how to recognize signs of illness and disease. This program also covers interpersonal communication, interaction with clients and their animals, and assisting the veterinarian during examinations. Administrative duties, such as fee collection, banking, and accounts payable are emphasized, and the program contains basic information about pet insurance. Textbooks are included. CRN 20088 $1795 240 Hours

Video Game Design & Development Online Learn how to use both 3D Studio max and Character Studio to design, develop, and animate 3D video game characters. Design professional 3D games that look and feel just like the ones you play at home! CRN 20113 $4095 650 Hours

3ds max

Video Game Design and Development

Business & Professional Development Noncredit

Online

Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative

Online

The perfect starting place for students seeking to break into the exciting gaming industry. This program lays the groundwork for students who wish to learn the high-end techniques and engineering principles behind modern videogame technology. Using a comprehensive and analytical approach to game development principles and techniques, begin to develop the skills necessary to implement your own game ideas. CRN 20114 $1995 500 Hours

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Academic, College & Test Prep. • Arts & Leisure • Autism Awareness Become a Continuing Education Instructor

If you have teaching experience and skills, talents, or knowledge you would like to share, we would like to hear from you. Email: jfeldman@mwcc.mass.edu

Employers!

Do you see a course you would like to offer your staff? MWCC can offer any course listed or design one to meet your needs. We can also bring the classroom to you at your convenience. Please call (978) 895-2893.

Academic, College & Test Preparation Preparation for the Communication and Literacy Skills Test (CLST)

Gardner

Community Education

Portion of the Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL)

Massachusetts law requires candidates for initial educator licensure in Massachusetts to meet several requirements, including passing a test of Communication and Literacy Skills. The CLST must be taken and passed before a student is accepted into a four-year Early Childhood or Elementary Education program. Students sometimes fail the CLST because they are not adequately prepared. Participation in this workshop will help. Some topics include English and grammar, writing thesis statements, writing essays, and summarizing reading passages. Instructor: Bob Mayer. Tue Jan 6-20 5:30 – 9 PM CRN 19876 $109 Materials: A THEA study guide is required ($12) and available in the bookstore.

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Beading 101

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Think you need to be tall or skinny to work as a model? Think again. The modeling industry is open to more people now than ever before (especially 25 to 55 years of age). We dispel myths and discuss ways of getting started in the real world of modeling. Experience a photo shoot (for experience and evaluation purposes only). Learn tips on how to be photographed. This course will take you into the world of the modeling agencies and jobs. This is the time of the ordinary model! Mon Apr 13 7 – 9PM CRN 19839 $49

Arts & Leisure Calligraphy

Gardner

Learn the art of beautiful writing using pen, paper and ink in this introduction to calligraphy. The Italic hand is taught first. Learn how to hold your pen, create letters by using strokes, and what pens, nibs, papers and inks are best used for each style. A variety of styles will be discussed and demonstrated. Instructor: Lisa Williams. Tue Mar 24 – Apr 28 5 – 7 PM CRN 19846 $79

Knitting for Beginners

Gardner

In this introductory course, you’ll learn knitting basics including casting on, the knit & purl stitch, and casting off. Choose your own first project: scarf, hat, wristlet, or blanket. The instructor will provide materials including yarn, needles and pattern. Instructor: Josephine Amato. Materials: $20 payable to the instructor and includes yarn, needles and pattern. Tue Apr 21 – May 19 6:30 – 8PM CRN 19837 $79

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Introduction to Modeling

If you have ever wondered and wished you knew what to do with a beautiful strands of beads, this workshop is for you! Gain the basic knowledge to create single strand bracelets and necklaces. Receive one-on-one instruction on how to string beads, handouts so you may continue on your own, and leave with a new bracelet—made by you! Instructor: Kay Richard. Wed May 6 6 – 8 PM CRN 19849 $19 Materials: $25 payable to instructor

Autism Awareness (NEW) Autism Awareness: A Primer for Parents and Educators

Online

Gain an in-depth understanding of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), how it is diagnosed, signs and symptoms that warrant an evaluation by a pediatrician, and questions to raise when a child is being evaluated. This course reviews the latest research and how it supports the most effective learning environments and teaching strategies. Learn how to cope with challenging behaviors and to reinforce socially appropriate and constructive behaviors in children. Internet access required. Instructor: Susan Langlois, DPE. CRN 19852 $189


Comedy • Dance • Food & Drink • Home Inspection Comedy Introduction to Stand-up Comedy

Gardner

Learn everything you ever wanted to know about the world of stand-up comedy: how to write a joke, a set-up and a punch line, and how to get material. You’ll also learn how to: create your own style, do impressions, write song parodies and secret comedy formulas, get a gig, book a show, get an audition and deal with hecklers. There will be a chance to perform at an actual comedy show. Consider giving this course as a gift or as a stress buster. Instructor: Jerry Caruso, comic and impressionist. Tue Mar 3-31 7 – 9 PM CRN 19845 $79 (no class Mar 17)

Wine Making and Its History

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Covers the history, cultural significance, and biochemistry of wine. Students will gain hands-on experience making wine and be able to bring it home with them. Must be 21 with a valid ID. Instructor will check IDs. Classes will be held at St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner. Instructor: Bruce Lucier. Fri Feb 13 & Mar 13 7 PM CRN 19884 $39 Materials: $15 payable to instructor. Location: St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner.

Dance Learn the basics of ballroom dancing, including the ChaCha, Foxtrot, Polka and Rhomba. All are welcome, singles and couples. Instructor: Pauline Richard. Thu Feb 5 – Mar 12 7 – 8:30 PM CRN 19913 $59 Location: St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner. Thu Mar 26 – Apr 30 7 – 8:30 PM CRN 19914 $59 Location: St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner.

Line Dancing

Learn the favorites like Cadillac Tears, Tush Push, Boot Scootin’ Boogie and others. It’s great exercise and its fun. Instructor: Pauline Richard. Wed Feb 4 – May 13 7 – 9 PM CRN 19912 $150 Location: St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner.

Food & Drink Brewing Beer at Home

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Home Inspection Home Inspection and Energy Efficiency for the Beginner

Gardner

This course is designed with the first time homebuyer in mind. Learn about structure, siding, roofing, electrical, plumbing and heating along with attic and basement inspection. This course also focuses on major items and windows along with energy efficiency tips. Instructor: Erik Storm Tue & Thu Feb 3-12 6 – 8PM CRN 19838 $79

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Covers the history, cultural significance, and biochemistry of beer. Students will gain hands-on experience making beer and be able to bring it home with them. Must be 21 with a valid ID. Instructor will check IDs. Instructor: Bruce Lucier. Fri Jan 9 – 16 7 PM CRN 19883 $39 Materials: $15 (sufficient to make a batch of beer) payable to instructor. Location: St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner.

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Tue Feb 3 – May 12 7 – 9 PM CRN 19962 $150

Covers the history, cultural significance, and biochemistry of cheese. Students will make cheese and be able to bring it home with them. Instructor: Bruce Lucier. Fri Mar 6 7 PM CRN 19885 $25 Materials: $25 payable to instructor. Location: St. Paul’s Church, 79 Cross St, Gardner.

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Interior Design • Landscaping • Money & Investment Interior Design I Hate This Room!

Gardner

Learn ideas to change that room into something you love . . . for pennies. Instructor: Bonnie Wicklund Mon Feb 9 6:30 – 8 PM CRN 19987 $13

Decorating Secrets

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Color Confidence

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Simple decorating secrets will make amazing changes in your rooms. Instructor: Bonnie Wicklund Mon Mar 2 6:30 – 8 PM CRN 20064 $13

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Are you afraid of color, confused by all of the choices? Learn the basics of using color with confidence. Instructor: Bonnie Wicklund. Mon Apr 6 6:30 – 8 PM CRN 20065 $13

Landscaping Create a Butterfly/Bird Garden

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Learn how to create a backyard haven for birds and butterflies. Learn about the best plants to attract our feathered friends, and how to landscape your yard to provide food, shelter and nesting sites for the winged wonders that will help bring nature right into your life. Instructor: Ellen Sousa. Wed Apr 22 6 – 8:30 PM CRN 19943 $25

Money & Investment Reverse Mortgage: Use Your Home to Stay at Home - Attention Seniors!

This course, especially for seniors, will provide information on the increasingly popular Federal Housing Administration Reverse Mortgage program allowing homeowners 62+ to free up equity in their home, tax free, with no payments required. Eligible owners may receive a lump sum, a line of credit, even fixed monthly payments for life, allowing them to “age in place”—staying in their home as long as they want, and easing the financial worries associated with growing older. Instructor: Van Easton. Wed Feb 11 10 AM CRN 19874 $10 Tue Apr 28 6:30 PM CRN 19875 $10

Money Smarts—Forging Your Financial Future Gardner

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Starting out right can make all the difference on your life’s financial road. This course, designed specifically for 20 and 30 somethings, reviews many common financial pitfalls that have been experienced by those in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. Come learn about the pitfalls of credit card, mortgage and education debt and how to avoid them. Learn how you can determine how much house or rent you can really afford and how to weather a job loss using basic budgeting tools. Learn how saving a little now for retirement can pay off big later on. Instructor: Janice Swenor. Wed Feb 25 6:30 – 8:30 PM CRN 19953 $15


New Age • Photography Gardner

Grow some of the most beautiful flowers in your garden: then eat them!, or use them as medicine, or make a poultice or salve with them, or create lasting arrangements, or tie some with ribbon and a prayer for their folklore, wisdom and magical uses. A garden plan will be presented with uses for six to ten herbs. Recipes for food, salves and rituals will also be discussed. Instructor: Nancy Quinn. Thu Apr 30 6:30 – 9 PM CRN 19916 $25

The Power of Self Hypnosis

Gardner

In this highly empowering workshop, you will gain the knowledge to transform what is into what you want it to be! This is a lecture-based class with time for some experiential practice. By learning the techniques and skills offered, you will have transformational tools to apply to the many different facets of your personal and professional life. Give some thoughts to your fondest dreams and see how you can bring them to life. Instructor: Nancy Quinn. Thu Mar 12 6:30 – 9 PM CRN 19917 $25

Introduction to Aromatherapy

Leominster

Introduction Medicinal Herbs

Leominster

Explore the healing properties of essential oils and learn how they’re derived and used for common ailments. Discover the differences between quality diffusers and carrier oils while experiencing aromas from dozens of different plants and trees. We’ll cover the European method of blending and all participants will be invited to create their own customized blends to take home and enjoy. Instructor: Linda Patterson. Fri Mar 27 9 AM – 12 NOON CRN 19975 $40

Herbs have been used medicinally for thousands of years and are still the main source of medicine for most of the world today. Venture into the ancient wisdom of herbs and gain the basic tools necessary for creating herbal medicines. We’ll cover the different methods of preparation and which conditions and herbs are best suited for each preparation. We’ll discuss quality of herbs, harvesting tips, standardization and sources. There will be demonstrations on tincture making, infused oils, and salves. All participants will leave with a sample salve. Instructor: Linda Patterson. Fri Apr 17 9 AM – 12 NOON CRN 19976 $40

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Past Life Regression

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Your intuition is a vital part of your everyday life. Everyone makes decisions based on a “hunch” or a “gut feeling.” In this interactive and experiential class, become more in tune with your intuition, gain confidence in letting your intuition work for you, and develop your intuition further. Different topics relating to intuition, meditation, dowsing and journaling will be covered. Instructors: Jim & Holly Anne Evans. Thu Apr 2-23 7 – 8:30 PM CRN 19867 $49

Ever wondered if you have lived before? This seminar will help you to recall several past lives. No firm belief in past lives or reincarnation necessary. Instructor: Sharon Alley. Tue Apr 7 6 – 9 PM CRN 19853 $35

Photography Photography for Beginners, Digital or Film

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Intermediate Photography—Film/ Digital Photographers

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Photoshop for Photographers

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New digital or film photographers will learn to get the most out of their camera by improving technical/compositional skills. Learn about film and digital photography and their differences. Covered in this course are: the creative controls on both cameras, f stops and shutter speeds, making visually exciting photo compositions, making great flash pictures, and using basic equipment for studio quality pictures. There will be weekly assignments and two Saturday field trips–TBA. Instructor: Norm Eggert. Mon Mar 2 – May 4 6:30 – 9 PM CRN 19847 $179 (no class Mar 16 and Apr 20)

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For the Love of Herbs

Developing Your Intuition

Improve your photographic composition. Practice some tried and true techniques guaranteed to add pizzazz to your photographs. Learn to “break out” of the old ways and try something new. Two field trips included, dates and locations to be announced in class. Instructor: Norm Eggert Thu Apr 9 – May 14 6:30 – 9 PM CRN 19848 $149

Learn about the features of Adobe Photoshop that are important to you, the photographer. Learn to edit your photos to make them look their best. Instructor: Bob Mayer. Tue May 12 & 19 6 – 9 PM CRN 19877 $59

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SAT Preparation • Scrapbooking • Writing SAT Preparation SAT Preparation (Math & English) Attention high school students!

Scrapbooking: The Fine Arts Gardner

The SAT Reasoning Test contains new content and new types of questions in writing, math, and critical reasoning. Are you, or is your high school-age child, prepared to succeed on this exam? Could you use some assistance in navigating the new format as well as in strengthening your skills in both math and English, enabling you to get the best possible score? Then this course is for you! Sat May 9-30 8 AM – 12 NOON CRN 19842 $125 Materials included

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Scrapbooking Scrapbooking 101

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Scrapbooking: Beyond the Basics

Gardner

Gain the skills you need to get started in this popular and amazing hobby. Transform your simple photo albums into works of art for your whole family to enjoy. From cropping photos, color selection, journaling and embellishing, you’ll learn everything you need to get started. Instructor: Tiffany Call. Wed Feb 11 6 – 9 PM CRN 19887 $35 Materials: $25 payable to instructor

Are you ready to take your scrapbooking to the next level? You’ll learn great new techniques like eyelet setting, embossing and stitching to enhance your scrapbooking pages and highlight all your wonderful memories. Instructor: Tiffany Call. Wed Feb 25 6 – 9 PM CRN 19889 $35 Materials: $25 payable to instructor

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Scrapbooking: Telling Your Story

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You can create beautiful scrapbook layouts showcasing vacations, parties and even the family pet, but what about you? Get out from behind the camera and add yourself to the scrapbook. From your favorite things, your hopes and dreams and fun facts people don’t know about you, you’ll learn about yourself while creating a meaningful scrapbook. Instructor: Tiffany Call. Wed Mar 11 6 – 9 PM CRN 19890 $35 Materials: $25 payable to instructor

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This scrapbook will combine your love of scrapbooking with all things creative. Add an artistic flair to your layouts with watercolors, wax resist techniques, decoupage and clay accents. We’ll try new media each week to incorporate into your memory albums. Instructor: Tiffany Call. Wed Mar 25 6 – 9PM CRN 19891 $35 Materials: $25 payable to instructor

Writing Life-lines: A Memoir Writing Jumpstart

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Journal to the Self

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Imagine sitting in your favorite chair, reading through the journals and diaries of your ancestors. They carry you through their days, leaving you with a sense of history…of belonging. Now, imagine leaving this legacy to your descendents! The simplicity of this workshop is guaranteed to help jog your memory and begin your writer’s notebook. If you’ve always wanted to write your memoirs, but did not know where to start, this workshop is for you. Grammar, spelling, and punctuation are not as important as getting your life on paper. Young or old, we all have stories to tell, and histories to share. Don’t lose your stories! Bring paper, notebook, pen, and some old photos. Instructor: Kay Richard. Wed Feb 25 – Apr 1 6 – 8 PM CRN 19851 $59

Designed for personal growth, creative expression, and career enhancement. Learning different ways to write in your journal adds color, perspective and dimension to your reflective writing. The sixteen different journal techniques, including captured moments, unsent letters, inventory, perspectives, clustering and more, will gently, but powerfully, help you explore various aspects of yourself, your life and your relationship with others. Meets the requirements for 18 contact hours for nurses as specified by the Mass. Board of Registration in Nursing-244 CMR 5.04. Instructor: Kay Richard. Wed Apr 1 – 29 6 – 9 PM CRN 19850 $119 Materials: $10 payable to instructor


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Open to the public

Facility and Pool Rentals Available

Hours: Mon. -Fri., 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM Sat. - Sun., 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Adult & Child Red Cross Swim Lessons Group & Private We are happy to earn your business every month • No high pressure sales • No cancelation fee • Free orientation The Best Va lue in F

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Our 65,000-square-foot, air-conditioned center offers: • 65 plus group exercise classes per week • Aqua aerobics • Birthday parties • Group Power / Group Ride / Group Step / Group Kick / Group Centergy / Group Groove / Group Active • Free weights, plate-loaded, and selectorized weights • Tanning / massages / sauna • Personal training • Circuit training room • Swim lessons - youth and adult • Silver Sneakers facility • Arthritis programs • Nursery • Masters Swim Program • Treadmills, ellipticals, bikes, steppers, climbers, Rowers, & more

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3 sessions starts Sun., Feb. 8

• Pitching Clinic

2 sessions starts Sun., Mar. 15

• Softball Clinic

2 sessions starts Sun., Mar. 1

• Golf Lessons

8 week lessons: beginner, intermediate, advanced Begins Mon., Feb. 23

For more information, call (978) 630-9212.

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GED Testing GED Testing Contact Information

email: ged@mwcc.mass.edu • phone: (978) 630-9173 Angela Lunn-Marcustre, chief examiner (978) 630-9173 or email: alunn-marcustre@mwcc.mass.edu Call for the Regional GED Test Center schedule or to schedule a GED registration appointment.

Adult Basic Education & GED Preparation The Regional Adult Education Center at MWCC offers Adult Basic Education (ABE), GED preparation, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).

All GED testing registrations must be done at the Gardner Campus

GED Testing Registration

Registration must be done in person. The full test fee of $65 must be paid at the time of registration. Cash, check, money order, or vouchers may be used for payment. Testing fees are nonrefundable.* *Students who fail to show up for their scheduled exam will be charged $25 for each test they miss.

Community Education

Age Requirements

Students must be at least sixteen years of age to register. Students under age eighteen must provide a letter from the last school they attended. They must also have a parent or guardian sign a verification of eligibility form.

Classes are free of charge through funding from the Massachusetts Department of Education, Employment Links, and the Robinson Broadhurst Foundation. Day and evening classes are available on an open-entry basis at four convenient locations. For more information please call:

Gardner

Pamela Dempsey-O’Connell, (978) 630-9259, or email pdempsey-oconnell@mwcc.mass.edu

Winchendon

Janet Brown, (978) 297-1667

Leominster

Other Requirements

Proper ID is required: either a current driver’s license or government photo ID. All registrations for re-test must also be in person. The fee for re-tests is $15 each; this fee is also non-refundable. The test is available in English and Spanish on a limited basis. A large print version is also available in English. Students must request the large print version in advance. Limited copies are available. Persons with a disability who may require accommodations to participate in a fair testing session should contact the GED chief examiner at (978) 630-9173 to determine eligibility. Requests should be made prior to registering for any test session.

Russell Hayes, (978) 534-1563, or email rhayes@mwcc.mass.edu

Fitchburg

Kathleen Russell, (978) 665-3433, or email krussell@mwcc.mass.edu

Devens

Kim Kayser/Melinda Sanchez (978) 630-9527, or email kayser@mwcc.mass.edu, or msanchez@mwcc.mass.edu

English GED Testing

Call (978) 630-9173 or email alunn-marcustre@mwcc.mass.edu for an appointment.

Registration Date

Examen de GED en Español

Llame al (978) 630-9173 or email alunn-marcustre@mwcc.mass.edu papa una cita.

Registración Fecha de examen

Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284

2 de diciembre martes, 20 de enero jueves, 22 de enero

Hora de examen

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10:30am-2:45pm Gardner 10:30am-2:45pm Gardner

9 de marzo

viernes, 20 de marzo 10:30am-2:45pm Leominster viernes, 27 de marzo 10:30am-2:45pm Leominster

4 de mayo

martes, 12 de mayo jueves, 14 de mayo

10:30am-2:45pm Gardner 10:30am-2:45pm Gardner

Testing Dates

Testing Times

Location

February 9, 2009 By appointment

Mon., Feb. 23 Wed., Feb. 25

3:30pm-8:00pm 3:30pm-8:00pm

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March 9, 2009 By appointment

Mon., Mar. 23 3:30pm-8:00pm Wed., Mar. 25 3:30pm-8:00pm

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April 1, 2009 By appointment

Mon., Apr. 27 Wed., Apr. 29

3:30pm-8:00pm 3:30pm-8:00pm

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May 4, 2009 By appointment

Mon., May 11 3:30pm-8:00pm Wed., May 13 3:30pm-8:00pm

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January no testing


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Gateway to College For those who did not complete high school

An alternative education opportunity where students can earn a high school diploma with the added benefit of receiving college credits toward an associate degree or certificate. Enrollment is limited, and acceptance is subject to a selection process. Applicants must meet the following eligibility guidelines: The student must: • Have dropped out, or be on the verge of dropping out of high school • Be between the ages of 16-20 • Reside in a Massachusetts school district • Be significantly behind in high school credits for age/grade

Accepting applications for spring 09.

Additional Requirements: Students must: • complete a Gateway to College application packet; • complete three required essays; • obtain an official copy of their high school transcript; and • register for a two-day information session. This initiative is funded by Portland Community College, with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and their partners, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Ford Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and through memorandum of agreements with ‘partnering’ high school districts, to serve students who have dropped out of high school, or who are on the verge of dropping out.

English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses

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The cost for the courses is the same as other 3 credit courses. Applicants must have completed high school or the equivalent (GED). ESL courses are held at the Leominster Campus.

Apply for Admission Now

Complete a college application and bring it or mail it to the Gardner Campus or to the Leominster Campus with the following: • High school diploma or equivalent (GED). If these documents are not in English, please include a translation into English. • $10 application fee • Official transcripts of past college courses and grades. If you are transferring credits from a college or university located in another country, include an official evaluation of courses completed in another country.

Financial Aid

US citizens and permanent residents may apply for financial aid, preferably before May 1. Complete the application online at www.fafsa.ed.gov or make an appointment with a representative who can assist you: • Financial aid office in Gardner (978) 630-9169 • Educational Opportunities Center (EOC) in Leominster (978) 840-0176 ext. 107.

Schedule of ESL Courses

ESL courses are offered in the fall semester which runs from September through December and the spring semester which runs from January through May, and in the summer. ESL courses meet twice a week for 14 weeks. Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. Grammar and Writing: Mondays and Wednesdays Reading and Conversation: Tuesdays & Thursdays ESL courses begin Jan. 20. Register now!

Visit the Leominster Campus

Ask about the new Advanced Conversation and Pronunciation class and the Integrated Advanced Grammar and Writing class at the Leominster Campus. You can apply for admission and financial aid, take the ESL placement exam, and take advantage of other services including advising, registration, making payments, and buying books. For more information, visit or call: José Mangual at (978) 840-3221 ext. 215 or Lisa Pérez at (978) 840-3221 ext. 206. Leominster Campus 100 Erdman Way, Leominster, MA 01453 www.mwcc.edu

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English as a Second Language courses are designed for speakers of other languages who want to advance their conversation, grammar, writing and reading skills in English. Applicants must take a test to determine their knowledge of the English language and to place them in one of four levels: beginner -100, advanced beginner -101, intermediate -102, and advanced -103.

Community Education

There will be a one time $100 student fee. Access applications on the web: http://capp.mwcc.edu or call (978) 630-9248.


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Cursos de Inglés como Segundo Idioma • Cursos en línea en español ¡MWCC es para usted!

MWCC ofrece más de 45 grados asociados de 2 años y certificados de un año. Muchos de estos son transferibles a colegios o universidades de 4 años. MWCC ofrece horarios convenientes que permiten que los estudiantes trabajen y asistan al colegio en la mañana, en la noche, los fines de semana y por medio del Internet. También pueden adquirir experiencia en nuestro Centro de Educación Cooperativa y en el programa federal de Estudio y Trabajo.

Información en Español

Ayuda Financiera

Estos cursos están diseñados para ayudar a que los estudiantes que dominan otros idiomas desarrollen o mejoren sus destrezas de gramática, escritura, lectura, y conversación en inglés. Después de tomar un examen que determina sus conocimientos en inglés, los estudiantes son matriculados en uno de 4 niveles: básico-100, básico avanzado- 101, intermedio – 102, y avanzado- 103. Los cursos de ESL cuestan lo mismo que otros cursos de 3 creditos.

Ciudadanos norteamericanos y residentes permanentes pueden solicitar ayuda financiera, preferiblemente antes del 1ro de mayo. Pueden llenar el formulario de FAFSA que encontraran en www.fafsa.ed.gov o pueden hacer una cita con un representante que habla español: • Oficina de Ayuda Financiera en Gardner (978) 630-9425 • Centro de Oportunidades Educativas -EOC en Leominster (978) 840-0176 ext. 107.

Las clases comienzan el 4 de septiembre. Todos los cursos de ESL se ofrecen en el recinto de Leominster: De dia: 9 AM a 1 PM de lunes a viernes En la noche: 5 PM a 9 PM de lunes a jueves

Solicite Admisión Ahora

Pregunte sobre la nueva clase de Conversación y Pronunciación Avanzada y la clase de Gramática y Escritura Integrada. Puede solicitar admisión, ayuda financiera, examen de inglés, asesoramiento académico, matrícula, hacer pagos, y comprar los libros en el recinto de Leominster. Para más información llame a José Mangual al (978) 840-3221 ext. 215 o a Lisa Pérez al (978) 840-3221 ext. 206.¡Le esperamos!

El requisito de entrada es un diploma de escuela superior o el equivalente - GED. Solicite admisión ahora para las clases que comienzan el 4 de septiembre y terminan el 18 de diciembre. • Llene una solicitud y tráigala o envíela al recinto de Leominster, 100 Erdman Way. • Incluya una copia de su diploma de escuela superior o el GED. Si el documento esta en otro idioma que no sea inglés, incluya una traducción al inglés. • Incluya $10 de costo de solicitud. • Si desea transferir créditos a MWCC, incluya una trascripción de sus créditos acompañada por una evaluación oficial en inglés, si ha completado estos cursos en otros países.

Introducción a la Computadora - En Español Para principiantes

Introducción a Word I - En Español Para personas que ya tienen un conocimiento básico de la computadora

Solicite admisión ahora. Vea el horario de cada curso en la página 34.

Visitenos en el recinto de Leominster

LEOMINSTER CAMPUS 100 Erdman Way, Leominster, MA 01453 (978) 840-3221 www.mwcc.edu Examen para obtener el GED MWCC ofrece este examen en español, además de inglés. Para más información, llame al (978) 630-9173.

Cursos por Internet en Español

Leominster

Este taller es para personas que se inician en el manejo de la computadora. Comience familiarizándose con el uso del teclado, el “mouse”, los discos, la impresora, el “start menú”, el “desktop”, manejo de archivos, Internet, y el correo electrónico. martes y jueves 10 y 12 de enero 6 – 9 PM CRN 20520 $125

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Cursos de Inglés Como Segundo Idioma (ESL)

Leominster

Aprenda conocimientos básicos sobre WORD 2007: como crear, editar, guardar, e imprimir documentos, crear tablas, columnas, acentuación, técnicas de navegación y selección de información en la “Web”. lunes y miercoles 23 y 25 de febrero 6 – 9 PM CRN 20521 $125

PSY 105 Introducción a Sicología HST 101 Introducción a Servicios Humanos SOC 103 Introducción a Sociología MGT 210 Teoría Administrativa BSS 236 Introducción a Word I - (Combinación de clases en línea y en el salón de clase)

Estos cursos de 3 crédito se ofrecen en línea, tienen el mismo costo que otros cursos de 3 créditos, y pueden ser pagados por ayuda financiera. Los cursos comienzan el 20 de enero 2009. Para obtener más información llame a Lisa Perez (978) 840-3221 ext. 206 lperez@mwcc.mass.edu. Para más información llame a José Mangual al (978) 840-3221 ext. 215 ó visítenos en el recinto de Leominster.


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Matriculating Students: A matriculating student has been accepted in a certificate or degree program. Only matriculated students are eligible for financial aid (if qualified). Students planning to matriculate in a degree or a certificate program must certify attainment of a high school diploma or equivalency (GED). This requirement may be waived for those whose experience indicates that they have the ability to succeed in college work by successfully completing the Ability to Benefit test (ATB). Non-matriculating Student: A non-matriculating student has not declared or been accepted into a certificate or degree program. Students in this category are not eligible for financial aid and may take a maximum of 12 credits before declaring a program (this requirement may be waived; please see a college adviser for details). All students must possess a high school diploma, GED, or demonstrate the ability to succeed in college work by successfully completing the Ability to Benefit test (ATB). To register, non-matriculating students need only complete and forward the application and mail-in registration form on the inside back cover of this booklet. Academic Placement Testing: As a newly-accepted student, you are required to have your academic skills assessed. Assessments are provided in writing, reading, and mathematics. Testing can take 2 ½ hours to complete. Results will be used by an academic adviser to assist you in selecting courses. After being accepted, call (978) 630-9244 for more information and a testing schedule. If you have a documented disability that will require accommodations, contact the disabilities counselor (978) 630-9120, TTY (978) 632-4916. TEAS Test Requirement for Practical Nursing and Nursing Programs: Students wishing to enter the college’s Practical Nursing (PN) or Nursing (NU) programs, must take the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) test, administered in the assessment services office at the Gardner Campus only. Please call (978) 630-9244 for more information about the exam and to schedule your appointment. The TEAS test costs $40. Financial Aid: Financial aid is available to matriculated students. The priority filing date for the 2009-2010 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is Apr. 1. Most financial aid recipients must be enrolled in at least six credits to qualify for grants or student loans. For new spring applicants, the 2008-2009 application is available to students online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. For more information, call the financial aid office (978) 630-9169. Advisement: Advising services are available in Devens, Gardner, and Leominster to assist you with evaluating degree requirements, course selection, and academic decision-making. These services are available days and evenings. For more information, call (978) 630-9569 in Devens,

Transfer Services: If your educational goal is to transfer to a baccalaureate degree-granting institution, make an appointment with the transfer counselor early in your academic career. Joint Admissions agreements are currently in place to make your transition to a public four-year college seamless. To contact a transfer adviser, call (978) 630-9321. For more information, log on to http://transfer.mwcc.edu. Career Services: Learn more about yourself and career opportunities. The career development process involves the assessment of your interests, abilities, values, and personality through a variety of inventories. This can enhance your self-knowledge, an important step in making meaningful academic and career choices. All career services are free for current students. For more information, call (978) 630-9244 or (978) 630-9190, or log on to www.mwcc.edu/services/career. Disability Services: MWCC offers various types of assistance to support students with disabilities. According to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, “No otherwise qualified handicapped individual in the United States...shall solely by reason of his (or her) handicap be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.” MWCC is committed to its students and has various types of assistance available to support qualified students with disabilities. Appropriate documentation of a disability is required. Available support services include, but are not limited to, reserved parking, elevator privileges, note takers, scribes, extended time exams/ alternative testing, tutorial services, readers, study skills, taped lectures, computer-assisted instruction, consultation with faculty addressing individual issues, assistance in obtaining auxiliary aids, and adaptive computer technology. If you have a disability and may require accommodation(s) to participate fully in program activities, please contact the coordinator for students with disabilities, (978) 630-9120 or Rick Gilbert, evening disabilities counselor at the Gardner campus, (978) 630-9180. When an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter is needed, reasonable notification of at least two weeks before the event is necessary.

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You can apply to MWCC online! Apply online now at: www.mwcc.edu and the college will waive your $10 application fee. Go to: www.mwcc.edu For more info., call the Enrollment Center (978) 630-9284.

(978) 630-9238 in Gardner, or (978) 840-3221 in Leominster, TTY (978) 632-4916, or log on to www.mwcc.edu/services/enrollment.

En Español Si usted tiene una incapacidad y requiere acomodación para participar en un programa de actividades, favor de contactar, Coordinador de Servicios para Estudiantes con Incapacidades, Coordinadora de 504, (978) 630-9120; o Rick Gilbert, consejero de incapacidades en el recinto de Gardner (nocturno), (978) 630-9180. Cuando un interprete de Señas es necesitado, una notificación de por lo menos dos semanas antes del eventoes necesario. Notice of Non-discrimination: MWCC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, physical or mental disability, sex, national origin or ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information or veteran status. This policy incorporates by reference and where applicable, the requirements of Federal Executive Orders 11246 and 11375 as amended; the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended; the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1988; the Civil Rights Act of 1991; Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972 as amended; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974; and pertinent laws, regulations and executive orders; directives of the Board of Higher Education, the Boards of Trustees of the Community Colleges and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and other applicable local, state and federal statutes.

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Admissions: As a new student, you must complete an application form and submit the application fee prior to registering for classes. For your convenience, the application and registration process may be completed during the same visit if testing has been completed. Apply online at www.mwcc.edu or call (978) 630-9284 for an application. The $10 application fee is waived for online applicants. Applicants should have a high school diploma or equivalency certificate. Please read the following matriculation information below. Representatives from the college’s Enrollment Center are available to meet with you to discuss educational opportunities at MWCC. Please call (978) 630-9284 for information on admissions, programs, and course selection.

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Inquiries concerning the application of non-discrimination policies may also be referred to the regional director, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, J. W. McCormack POCH, Room 222, Boston, MA 02109-4557. Telephone: (617) 223-9662. Política de No-Discriminación: MWCC es un patrono con igualdad de oportunidades y no discrimina en base de raza, credo, color, religión, origen nacional, género, edad, estado militar, impedimento físico o mental, orientación sexual, estado civil ó información genética. Esta política incorpora por referencia ó cuando aplique, los requisitos de las Ordenes Ejecutivas Federales 11246 y 11375 según enmendadas, el Acta del 1992; el Acta de Derechos Civiles del 1964 según enmendada; el Acta de Restauración de Derechos Civiles del 1988; el Acta de Derechos Civiles del 1991; Título IX de las Enmiendas al Acta de Educación Superior del 1972 según enmendadas; la Sección 503, 504 del Acta de Rehabilitación del 1973; el Acta del 1990 de Americanos Incapacitados; Sección 402 del Acta del 1974 de Asistencia de Reajuste para los Veteranos de Vietnam y leyes pertinentes, regulaciones y órdenes ejecutivas; directivas del Consejo de Educación Superior, Junta de Directores de MWCC y cualquier otro estatuto local, estatal y federal que aplique. Preguntas relacionadas con la aplicación del Título VI y Título IX arriba mencionados pueden ser dirijidas al Oficial de Acción Afirmativa quien es también el Oficial de Título VII.Preguntas sobre ADA y la Sección 504 pueden ser dirijidas al Decano de Servicios Estudiantiles (Coordinador ADA) y al Consejero de Estudiantes con Incapacidades (Coordinador Sección 504). Las siguientes personas han sido designadas en caso de preguntas en relación a programas y políticas concernientes a prácticas no-discriminatorias. • Diane M. Ruksnaitis, Oficial de Acción Afirmativa • Donna Thibault, Coordinadora de Servicios para Estudiantes con Incapacidades, Coordinadora de 504 • Ann McDonald, Vice Presidenta de Servicios de Estudiantes y Manejo de Matriculación, Coordinadora de el Acto Americano de Incapacidades 444 Green Street, Gardner, MA 01440 Teléfono: Voz (978) 632-6600; TTY: (978) 632-4916 Preguntas relacionadas con la implementación de políticas no discriminatorias también pueden ser referidas al Director Regional, Oficina de Derechos Civiles, Departamento de Educación Federal, J.W. McCormack POCH, Oficina 222, Boston, MA 02109-4557. Teléfono (617) 223-9662

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Accidents: Report all personal physical injuries occurring on campus immediately to the college nurse or, in her absence, the campus police office. Report all vehicle accidents occurring on campus immediately to the campus police office. Accreditation: MWCC is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., a non-governmental, nationally-recognized organization whose affiliated institutions include elementary schools through collegiate institutions offering post-graduate instruction. Please note: certain programs have additional industry-specific accreditation. See the college catalog for individual program information.

Bookstore: Books and supplies may be purchased from the bookstore at the Devens, Gardner, and Leominster campuses or online: go to www.mwcc.edu and click on “Buy Your Textbooks.” The bookstore has extended hours at the beginning of each semester. For information about the bookstore and its hours, check the bookstore website or, call (978) 632-8238. Gardner Bookstore hours: Mon. – Thurs., 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. & Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Student ID Cards All students should obtain an MWCC student ID for use at all campus facilities. The cost for a student ID is $5. Students should bring their MWCC student ID number and their license or another photo ID. Student IDs are issued by the student life office as follows: During New Student and Transfer Student Orientation Jan. 14, 11:00 a.m. in North Cafeteria Gardner Campus, room 149 (located by the bookstore): Jan. 26, 27, 28 from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Feb. 5 & 9 from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Leominster Campus: Feb. 3 & 4, 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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Noncredit Courses Pay only the cost listed with course descriptions. Noncredit courses must be paid in full upon registration. Credit Courses Application fee: $10.00 (first-time student, non-refundable, non-waivable) Registration fee: $20.00 (non-refundable, non-waivable to be paid once per semester regardless of day or evening course selections) Tuition: $25.00 per credit hour College fee: $135.00 per credit hour Technology access fee: $35.00 (non-refundable, non-waivable to be paid once per semester regardless of day or evening course selections) LEM (Laboratory, equipment, and materials) fee: $10.00 per credit applies to all courses with prefixes: ACC 227, ART, ASL, AUT, BIO (except 103), BCT, BSS, BTC, CAD, CET, CGD, CHE, CIS, CJU 234, CLS, DHY, DSI (201, 202), EAS, EET, EDC, EKG, EVS, MTC, MAS (except 101, 102), MET, NRD (120, 130), NUR, PLB, PTA, PHY, SPA, WPT and all courses with section codes NET, WEB, MCO, W2B, and “Brick & Click” courses. Example: a 3-credit LEM course would be $30. Health insurance: All students in nine credits or more are charged a health insurance fee of $575. The fee is waivable if you have comparable coverage of your own. To waive insurance, go to www.universityhealthplans.com. Tuition & Fees for Non-residents of Massachusetts and International Students Students registered for non-state supported courses pay the rates as indicated under “Tuition & Fees” above. Otherwise non-residents of Massachusetts and international students registered for state-supported course (those with an “&“ code) pay the following: New England Regional Student Program Tuition per credit hour $37.50 College fees per credit hour $135.00 Total per credit hour $172.50 Non-resident & International Students Tuition per credit hour $230.00 College fees per credit hour $135.00 Total per credit hour $365.00


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Day Nursing fee: An additional $50 fee per credit for day nursing courses; regular tuition and college fees apply to general education courses. LEM fees ($10.00 per credit) also apply. Payment of Tuition & Fees Cash, check, money order, Discover, Visa, and MasterCard. You may pay online by accessing WebConnect from the MWCC homepage: www.mwcc.edu Payment Policy Payment of all charges is due in full by Tues., Jan. 6. Students whose accounts have not been cleared through commitments by other sources by this date will be subject to cancelation of class enrollment. Students will not be allowed to re-enroll without proper payment. All waivers must be presented at time of registration. Tuition and fees must be paid in full at time of registration for all those received after due date. All phone registrations must be paid with a credit card at time of call. FACTS Monthly Payment Plan The MWCC interest-free monthly payment plan, administered through the FACTS Management Company, provides an easy way to pay for college tuition and fees. This plan is open to part-time and full-time credit students. The enrollment fee is $30. Payment can be made using a credit card or automatic bank payments. For questions regarding your bill, contact student accounts at bursar@mwcc.mass.edu. For questions about student financial assistance, contact financial aid at financialaid@mwcc.mass.edu. After registering for your classes, go to www.mwcc.edu to enroll in the FACTS monthly payment plan. Or, for more information on tuition and fee payments, go to http://studentaccounts.mwcc.edu Tuition Waivers: Tuition waivers (for example: financial aid tuition waivers, Veterans tuition waivers, and some state-contract driven employee benefits) apply to state-supported courses only, with an approved waiver. Senior Citizen Tuition/Fee Waiver: Credit Courses: Senior citizens, 60 and over, eligible for a tuition/fee waiver may not register for classes until one week prior to the start of classes, on a space available basis, to take advantage of the senior citizen tuition and fee waiver. Individuals registering prior to that time will be expected to pay all applicable tuition and fees. Noncredit Courses: Senior citizens, 60 and over, eligible for a tuition/fee discount may register, on a space-available basis, one week prior to start of a noncredit course. The fee for that course will be reduced by 50%. The remaining 50% is to be paid at the time of registration. Veterans: For information, please call the records office, (978) 630-9270. To be eligible for veteran tuition waivers: 1. Student must be enrolled in an associate degree or certificate program. 2. Student must be taking credit courses and be a permanent legal resident of Massachusetts for at least six months prior to the start of the semester. 3. Veteran waivers apply only to state-supported courses.

Refund Policy: In the case of withdrawal, an official withdrawal form must be completed. Credit Courses: The college refund policy is as follows (this policy is subject to change without notice): A. Application fee is nonrefundable. B. The registration fee and the information technology access fee are non-refundable unless a class is canceled by the college and a student is enrolled in no other day or evening classes. C. Tuition and other fees will be refunded as follows: 1. Prior to classes starting 100% (excluding registration and info. tech. fee) 2. Through the first week of classes 100% (excluding registration and info. tech. fee) (Jan. 20-27) 3. During the second week of classes 50% (excluding registration and info. tech. fee) (Jan. 28-Feb. 3) 4. During the third week of classes 25% (excluding registration and info. tech. fee) (Feb. 4-10) 5. After the third week of classes 0% (Feb. 11) 6. If a class is canceled by the college, all tuition and fees will be refunded. D. Student financial assistance recipients will have their refunds calculated according to applicable federal regulations. E. For sessions of eight weeks or less (including all summer courses), each class will be considered to be one week for the refund calculation above. F. Weekend courses, intersession courses, modular courses, distance learning courses (excluding WEB courses), telecourses, cooperative education, and other non-standard length courses have a separate refund policy. Please contact the Enrollment Center. Noncredit Courses: Prior to first class meeting: 100% refund. After first class: no refund.

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Practical Nursing / Evening Nursing / LPN Bridge to Nursing tuition/ fees: $249 ($25 tuition/$224 fees) per credit hour for nursing courses with NUR prefix; regular tuition and college fees apply to general education courses.

4. The Vietnam Veteran waiver applies only to tuition ($25 per credit for state-supported and non-state supported courses). All appropriate fees must be paid. 5. The student must not have earned a prior bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

Why Courses Are Canceled: The college reserves the right to cancel any course for any reason it may deem necessary. There must be a minimum number of students enrolled for a class to be held. In case of a course cancelation, every effort is made to contact the students registered. It is helpful to be prepared with a second choice in case of a course cancelation. Please keep a copy of your registration form. The college will not send out schedules, but these may be accessed on WebConnect at www.mwcc.edu. Registrations are accepted until the second class meeting, provided seats are available. Policy on Unpaid Debt Students or former students having any unpaid obligations for tuition or any fees due to the college and who have not made acceptable arrangements for settlements of such obligations, will be subject to the withholding of any grades, reports, transcripts, diplomas and certificates, and will not be eligible to enroll in any course or program of the college until satisfactory settlement of unpaid debts. Students will incur all costs of collection if the college must place their accounts with a collection agency and with the Commonwealth of MA for intercept of other state payments (tax refunds, etc...).

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Special Tuition Rates Dental Hygiene tuition/fees: $359 ($25 tuition/$334 fees) per credit for dental hygiene courses with DHY prefix; regular tuition and fees apply to general education courses.

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❖ LEM (Lab, Equipment & Materials) AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEES: LEM fees applies to all courses with prefixes: ACC227, ART, ASL, AUT, BIO (except 103), BCT, BSS, BTC, CAD, CET, CGD, CHE, CIS, CJU234, CLS, DHY, DSI (201, 202), EAS, EDC, EET, EKG, EVS, MTC, MAS (except 101, 102), MET, NRD (120, 130), NUR, PLB, PTA, PHY, SPA, WPT and all courses with section codes NET, WEB, MCO, W2B, and “Brick & Click” courses. (Example: a 3-credit LEM course would be $30.) Student Activities Fee $20 applies if you are taking 9 credits or more in one semester. KEEP A COPY OF YOUR REGISTRATION FORM. THE COLLEGE WILL NOT SEND OUT SCHEDULES. ALL FEES MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION form AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.

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Learn From the Best at MWCC With 25 years of service with the Massachusetts State Police, including three years as commander of the 2,600-person department, Reed V. Hillman brings extensive experience and insight to MWCC as the new chairman of the Criminal Justice program. Pair that background with the six years he served as a state representative and Hillman is imparting knowledge to students that spans the spectrum of enacting and enforcing laws to the post-trial realm of corrections.

Reed V. Hillman, JD Chairman of the Criminal Justice Program

“As colonel, I interacted with all the rest of the criminal justice system from clerk magistrates and judges to local police officers and federal criminal justice agencies. I have a good working knowledge of the entire system, so I know what to emphasize in the classroom. I can bring almost any important concept alive with a real-life anecdote to illustrate a point. If I haven’t been through the experience myself, one of the troopers had been.” “Criminal justice provides great career opportunities. You really have the ability to help people in so many ways and make a positive impact in their lives.”

Hillman, who ran for Lieutenant Governor in 2006, earned his undergraduate degree at Babson College and his juris doctor at Suffolk University Law School. The MWCC Criminal Justice program provides students with the option of selecting a law enforcement concentration of a corrections concentration. The law enforcement concentration emphasizes areas such as community policing, investigation, criminalistics and the administration of justice. The corrections concentration focuses on counseling and rehabilitation of offenders, probation, parole, community corrections and juvenile services. Criminal Justice is also a good foundation for those pursuing a career in law. For students interested in continuing on for a bachelor’s degree, MWCC has transfer agreements with a number of colleges and universities including Fitchburg and Salem state colleges, and UMass Amherst, Boston and Lowell.

For more information on MWCC’s Criminal Justice program, call the Enrollment Center (978) 630-9110, email admissions@mwcc.mass.edu


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