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North Central’s Institute for Business and Industry Training (IBIT) offers community education classes in Petoskey, East Jordan and Cheboygan. Find class descriptions, dates and times, and registration forms at www.ncmich. edu/ibit/bus_education.php. Register three days prior to workshop. Call 231-348-6613 or 231-348-6705 for more information.

Workshops Petoskey

East Jordan

Karate

Hatha Yoga

Tuesdays & Thursdays April 12 - May 5 6:30 - 8 p.m. $60 for 4 weeks of class (8 sessions)

Tuesdays, April 12 - May 24 7-8 p.m. - East Jordan High School Band Room. $40

Learn traditional Okinawan Martial Arts. This beginning class teaches hand-foot techniques, self-defense forms and empty-hand sparring. The practice improves physical conditioning, endurance, self-confidence, discipline and concentration. Instructor: Sensei Tim Reeves, Certified Instructor Isshin-Ryu Karate, 4th Degree Black Belt and 12-year karate teacher.

Business Development Petoskey Campus

Raising Rock Doves for Fun and Profit Wednesdays, May 11-25, 6-9 p.m. $90 Proper housing, feeding, medical care, training, and releasing Columba Livia rock doves, including safe management of a release flock, special event techniques, loft construction and stock housing, release and shipment containers, demonstration of proper release.

Computer Technology Petoskey Campus

Indicate which session(s) you are signing up for on the registration form. An intermediate yoga class. Basic knowledge of standing asanas is necessary. Students should have attended at least one previous yoga class. Consult with your physician before beginning this exercise program.

Exploring Michigan’s Wildlife Wednesdays, April 13, 20, 27 6-8:30 p.m. - East Jordan High School Room #30. $40 Wildlife videographers and photographers Michael and Teresa McGill have studied the American bald eagle, common loon, sandhill crane, black bear and other fascinating Great Lakes creatures. They will share tips on how to study and photograph these subjects.

Cheboygan Using Social Media to Market Your Business Wednesday, April 13 and 20, 6 – 9 p.m. $60

Registration Form Return by Mail or Fax Registration must be received at least three days before the start of the workshop. If class is scheduled for two or more sessions, please plan to attend all sessions. Class materials will be provided during the first session. If you have any questions, please call us at 231-348-6613 or 231-348-6705. Registration/Cancellations: If a class is cancelled, we will contact you using the phone number or email you provide below. If a class is cancelled, or if you cancel before the start of the class, North Central will issue a full refund. Print Name: ____________________________________________________________________ Last First MI Employer __________________________________________________________________ Home Street Address ________________________________________________________ City ______________________________________________________________________ State _____________________________________________________________________ Zip Code __________________________________________________________________ Daytime Telephone (

) _____________________________________________________

Birth Date_____/______/19____ SSN* _______/____/______ * required for CEU certification Email address ______________________________________________________________ Have you attended North Central before? ____No ___ Yes, your Student Number ________________________ 1) Course title: _____________________________________________________________ Date/s: _______________ Location: _____________ Amount: $ _______________

Understand the differences in digital communication, develop an engaging social media marketing plan, enhance on-line presence, monitor trends and increase customer base.

2) Course title: _____________________________________________________________

4) Course title: _____________________________________________________________

QuickBooks, Level II

Web Page Design Basics

Friday, April 29, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $60

Saturday, April 16 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $60

5) Course title: _____________________________________________________________

Set up an attractive, functional website to market your retail business or start your own on-line business. Build a website, add graphics, text and links, practice editing content and managing traffic flow. Leave the workshop with attractive, accessible and linked websites.

Total Amount Enclosed $ ____________________________ ( ) Check (make out to NCMC-IBIT) or money order for full amount ( ) Invoice employer (attach purchase order from employer on separate sheet) ( ) Credit Card (complete section below)

E-Commerce: Doing Business Online

CC Number: __________________________________ Date: _______________________

QuickBooks Basics Friday, April 15, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $60 Tracking and recording sales, managing accounts payable/receivable, recording banking transactions, reconciling bank accounts.

Create a budget, manage inventory, create financial statements, customize reports, forms and invoices, analyze income and expenses, understand payroll options, use import, export, synchronization features, customize QuickBooks options to your specific business needs.

MS PowerPoint Friday, May 6, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. $60 Prepare professional presentations, slides, handouts and outlines using PowerPoint’s built-in templates, color schemes and layout features. Organize text and artwork for perfect presentations. MS Word experience required.

Wednesday, May 11 & 18 6 – 9 p.m. $60 Find the best on-line markets, set up shop on-line, design virtual displays, attract customers and generate sales, avoid unnecessary expenses and on-line scams to protect your business and your customers.

Date/s: _______________ Location: _____________ Amount: $ _______________ 3) Course title: _____________________________________________________________ Date/s: _______________ Location: _____________ Amount: $ _______________ Date/s: _______________ Location: _____________ Amount: $ _______________ Date/s: _______________ Location: _____________ Amount: $ _______________

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( ) MasterCard ( ) Discover

Signature: _________________________________________________________________ Mail completed form to: NCMC-IBIT, 1515 Howard Street, Petoskey, MI 49770 or fax to: 231-348-6705 or 348-6708. Keep a copy of this form for your records.

www.ncmich.edu/ibit/bus_education.php


Programs of study North Central Michigan College offers many programs of study: North Central students can choose from a wide variety of programs of study. Applied science degrees, certificates and certificates of development help graduates acquire the necessary skills to pursue careers in health care, business, information technology and other areas upon graduation. Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university to continue their education might consider an associate of arts, associate of science or associate of general studies degree. Each degree includes the basic courses to prepare the student to pursue a wide variety of majors elsewhere.

Degree Programs For students who plan to transfer Associate of Arts Associate of Science Associate of General Studies

Career Programs Art Art Certificate

InformationTechnology

Allied Health

Cisco Certified Network Associate Preparation Certificate of Development

EMS/Paramedic Associate of Applied Science EMS/Paramedic Certificate

Computer Aided Design Certificate

Basic EMS Certificate of Development

Computer Information Systems Associate of Applied Science

Emergency Medical Technician

Computer Information Systems Certificate

Medical Assistant Certificate

Computer Networking Associate of Applied Science

Phlebotomy Technician Certificate of Development

Computer Networking Administrator Certificate

Surgical Technologist Associate of Applied Science

Graphic Arts Certificate of Development

Geographic Information Systems Associate of Applied Science

Textiles Certificate of Development

New Media Certificate of Development

Surgical Technologist Certificate

Other Applied Science Programs

Business Administration Accounting Associate of Applied Science

Criminal Justice/Law

Accounting Assistant Certificate

Corrections (State) Certificate of Development

Advertising Assistant Certificate

Law Enforcement (w/ NMC) Associate of Applied Science

Business Development Certificate of Development

Certified Nurse Aide Certificate of Development

Applied Plant Science (w/MSU) Associate of Applied Science Wooden Boat Building Associate of Applied Science

Law Enforcement (w/ KCC)

Viticulture and Enology Associate of Applied Science

Law Enforcement Aide Certificate

Viticulture and Enology Certificate

Entrepreneurship Certificate

Legal Assistant Associate of Applied Science

Entrepreneurship Essentials Certificate of Development

Nursing

Grape Growing and Wine Making Certificate of Development

General Office Professional Certificate

Nursing Associate of Applied Science

Business Management Associate of Applied Science

Hospitality and Casino Management Associate of Applied Science Hospitality and Casino Management Certificate Hospitality and Hotel Certificate of Development Management Certificate Marketing Associate of Applied Science Marketing Assistant Certificate Medical Billing and Coding Certificate of Development Medical Transcriptionist Certificate Microsoft Office Specialist Certificate of Development Office Administrative Services Associate of Applied Science Office Support Specialist Certificate of Development Receptionist Certificate of Development Small Business Management Certificate

Communications Communications Certificate

Associate of Applied Science Specialty Program


Legend

for Summer Schedule AD/CL ......... Administration/ Classroom building

Summer Semester Class Schedule Summer 2011 Last Updated 3/23/2011

Course/ Sect #

Title

Credits /Contact/Fee

Day

Time

Begin/End Date

Instructor

AH 154 A

CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE TRAINING

5

7 30

T W HF

9:00 AM 4:55 PM

6/6/11

7/1/11

Allen-Cary

37

AD/CL

PET

TBD

AH 154 B

CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE TRAINING

5

7 30

T W HF

9:00 AM 4:50 PM

7/5/11

7/29/11 Patricia

Wiltse

37

AD/CL

PET

TBD

AH 285 A

WORK BASED LEARNING-MED ASST I

3

3 0

6/6/11

7/29/11 Barbara

Algenstedt

ARR

ARR

TBD

ART 105 OL A

ART HISTORY I

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Andrea

Gerring

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

ART 106 OL A

ART HISTORY II

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Andrea

Gerring

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

ART 228 A

SOY WAX TO THE MAX

1

1 45

3:00 PM 7:20 PM

6/23/11

6/26/11 Shanna

Robinson

18C

AD/CL

PET

TBD

ART 297 A

SURFACE DESIGN FOR POTTERY-SP TOP

1

1 35

W

5:00 PM 8:55 PM

6/1/11

6/1/11

Yasmin

Richmond

18A

AD/CL

PET

TBD

W

6:00 PM 8:55 PM

6/8/11

6/29/11 Yasmin

Richmond

18A

AD/CL

PET

TBD

Sandra

Room

Building Location Textbook

B

155 OL A

PERSONAL FINANCE

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Cornelia

Webb

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

B

161 OL A

INTRO TO BUSINESS

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Chet

Jessick

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

B

200 OL A

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Chet

Jessick

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

B

207 OL A

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Abigail

Uhrick

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

B

211 A

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

4

4 0

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

143

AD/CL

PET

Memorial Hospital

B

211 OL A

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

4

4 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Richard

Parker

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

CBO ............. Cheboygan Board

B

291 OL A

ARR ............. By arrangement AU ................ Audit CBMH ......... Cheboygan

of Education

CHS .............. Cheboygan High School

EJHS ............ East Jordan High School

GAYL ........... Gaylord GHS ............. Gaylord High School

GUC ............. Gaylord University Center

H .................. Thursday HY ................ Hybrid I-NET .......... Internet

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Philip

Moore

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

4

5 35

6/6/11

7/29/11 Jane

Mooradian

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

BIO 235 HY A

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 40

6/6/11

7/29/11 Maria

Nicholson

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

T

LKSCT ........ Lake Street Center (East Jordan)

LTBHC ........ Little Traverse Bay

M

H

4:00 PM 5:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Maria

Nicholson

270

SCI

PET

TBD

W

5:30 PM 8:20 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Jane

Bowe

150

AD/CL

PET

TBD

H

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 John

Desmarais

18D

AD/CL

PET

TBD

W

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 John

Desmarais

LTGOV

LTGOV TBD

1:00 PM 2:20 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Ralph

Christensen 243

CEM

PET

TBD

2:30 PM 5:20 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Ralph

Christensen 249

CEM

PET

TBD

CAP 125 A

MS EXCEL I

3

3 25

CAP 140 A

INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

3

3 25

CAP 145 A

INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

3

3 25

M

CEM 101 A

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

4

6 40

M TW H

T

T

H

CEM 110 A

CHEMISTRY OF CHOCOLATE

3

3 20

M TW H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

7/5/11

7/29/11 Ralph

Christensen 230

TEC

PET

TBD

CEM 212 A

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

4

6 0

M

W

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 David

Rodgers

243

CEM

PET

TBD

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 David

Rodgers

247

CEM

PET

TBD

T

H

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Christopher Anderson

218

TEC

PET

TBD

W

10:00 AM12:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Christopher Anderson

218

TEC

PET

TBD

CIS 100 A

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

3

3 20

CIS 100 B

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

3

3 20

CIS 100 OL A

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

3

3 45

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

COM 111 A

SPEECH

3

3 0

T

H

3:00 PM 5:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Robert

White

123

AD/CL

PET

COM 111 B

SPEECH

3

3 0

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

105

GUC

GAYL TBD

COM 111 HY A

SPEECH

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Marleah

Dean

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

W

1:00 PM 3:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Marleah

Dean

AD/CL

PET

TBD

AD/CL

PET

TBD

GUC

GAYL TBD

M

M INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

3

3 0

T

H

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Robert

White

COM 170 B

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

3

3 0

T

H

12:00 PM 2:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Paula

Markham

COM 170 HY A

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Marleah

Dean

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

6/6/11

7/29/11 Marleah

Dean

57

AD/CL

PET

ECE 200 OL A

FOUNDATIONS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC 3

3 43

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kenya

Swiss

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

ECE 220 A

CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

3

3 12

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

ECE

ECE

PET

ECE 225 OL A

ADMINISTRATION OF PROGRAMS

3

3 37

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kenya

Swiss

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

ECO 111 HY A

MACROECONOMICS

3

3 30

M

T

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

H

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

CPR AND FIRST AID

1

1 20

EMS 101 B

CPR AND FIRST AID

1

1 20

EMS 101 C

CPR AND FIRST AID

1

1 20

EMS 110 A

EMT BASIC

9 12 28

EMS 130 A

PARAMEDIC 2

9 13 100

T

AD/CL

PET

TBD

S

9:00 AM 4:50 PM

7/9/11

7/16/11 Brian

Patten

CBMH

CHEB TBD

S

GUC

GAYL TBD

6:00 PM 9:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Brian

Patten

27

AD/CL

PET

TBD

8:00 AM 12:00 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Brian

Patten

27

AD/CL

PET

TBD

6/6/11

7/29/11 Peter

Olson

ARR

ARR

TBD

3 10

Band Government Center

ENG 095 A

COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING

3

3 5

ENG 095 B

COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING

3

3 5

ENG 095 C

COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING

3

3 5

ENG 095 D

COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING

3

3 5

ENG 111 A

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

3 5

ENG 111 B

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

3 5

ENG 111 C

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

3 5

ENG 111 OL A

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

3 30

ENG 112 A

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3

3 5

H

ENG 112 B

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3

3 5

M

W

ENG 112 C

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3

3 5

M

ENG 210 A

CREATIVE WRITING I

3

3 0

ENG 240 OL A

CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

3

3 25

ENG 241 OL A

WORLD LITERATURE, ANCIENT-1700

3

ENG 250 OL A

MYTHOLOGY

ENT 125 A

YR ................ Yoga Roots

27

H

3

TEC ............. Technology Building

Patten

Duncan

WRITING FUNDAMENTALS

Community Resource Center

6/24/11 Brian

Wandrie

ENG 090 A

SCRC ........... Student and

TBD

6/17/11

8/26/11 David

LTGOV ........ Little Traverse Bay

SCI ............... Science Building

PET

9:00 AM 4:50 PM

6/25/11 Daniel

4 5

SCC .............. Cafeteria

I-NET TBD

AD/CL

5/16/11

4

School

I-NET

123

6/18/11

PARAMEDIC FIELD INTERNSHIP

PHS .............. Petoskey High

I-NET

Webb

6:00 PM 9:55 PM

EMS 270 A

PET .............. Petoskey

Webb

7/29/11 Cornelia

9:00 AM 4:50 PM

Health Clinic

OL ................ Online

7/29/11 Cornelia

6/13/11

W

F

CHEB TBD

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Christina

Rajala

63

AD/CL

PET

TBD

W

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Deborah

Dean

140

AD/CL

PET

TBD

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Angela

Trudeau

18D

AD/CL

PET

TBD

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

LKSCT

EJ

TBD

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Shelley St. Ange-Sheldon

GUC

GAYL TBD

W

3:00 PM 5:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Heidi

Marshall

AD/CL

PET

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Judy

King

GUC

GAYL TBD

T

H

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Catherine Bright

140

AD/CL

PET

6/6/11

7/29/11 Mary

Striegel

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

12:00 PM 2:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Rebekah

Leist

140

AD/CL

PET

TBD

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Maartje

Nolan

140

AD/CL

PET

TBD

W

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Shelley St. Ange-Sheldon 103

GUC

GAYL TBD

H

1:00 PM 3:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

GUC

GAYL TBD

6/6/11

7/29/11 Jami

Blaauw-Hara I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 David

Payne

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 David

Payne

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

LEGAL ISSUES FOR ENTREPRENEURS

1

1 0

W

6:00 PM 9:50 PM

6/6/11

7/1/11

Staff

CL

LTGOV

LTGOV TBD

ENT 130 A

TAX LAW AND POLICY

1

1 0

W

6:00 PM 9:50 PM

7/5/11

7/29/11

Staff

CL

LTGOV

LTGOV TBD

GEO 111 A

ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY

3

3 5

T

H

11:00 AM1:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Lawrence Cummings

124

AD/CL

PET

GIS 150 A

GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS

3

3 30

T

H

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Thomas

Kellogg

103

GUC

GAYL TBD

HE

NUTRITION

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Julie

Scheier

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

200 OL A

T

TBD

6/6/11

F

M

TBD

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

M EMS 101 A

123

TBD

COM 170 A

LIB ............... Library LK ................ Linked

TBD

HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB

Education Building

EJ ................. East Jordan

12:00 PM 3:50 PM

BUSINESS LAW II

CR ................ Credit ECE .............. Early Childhood

H

BIO 133 OL A

CEM ............. Chemistry Building CHEB .......... Cheboygan

T

M

M

T

T

140

TBD

TBD

TBD


Course/ Sect # HE

200 OL B

Title

Credits/Contact /Fee

NUTRITION

3

3 25

HST 131 A

HISTORY OF U.S. 1607-1877

3

3 5

HST 132 A

HISTORY OF U.S.1877-PRESENT

3

3 5

IT

130 A

IT

Day

Time

Begin/End Date

Instructor

Building Location Textbook

6/6/11

7/29/11 Julie

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

W

8:00 AM 10:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Lawrence Cummings

124

AD/CL

PET

TBD

H

8:00 AM 10:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Lawrence Cummings

124

AD/CL

PET

TBD

MICRO WIN2000 NETWRK INFRASTRUCTURE 2.52.5 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

131 A

WINDOWS WEB SERVER

1.51.5 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

141 A

MANAGING WINDOWS NETWORKS

4

4 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

150 A

WINDOWS 2000 DIRECTORY SERVICES

2.52.5 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

160 A

ADVANCED HARDWARE AND ROUTING

3

3 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

161 A

INTRODUCTORY DIGITAL LOGIC

2

2 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

221 A

DESIGNING WINDOWS NETWORKS

6

6 50

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

222 A

NETWORK SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS

3

3 75

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

270 A

CAPSTONE PROJECT

3

3 50

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

271 A

CERTIFICATION PREPARATION MICROSOFT

2

2 0

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

272 A

CERTIFICATION PREPARATION CISCO

3

3 275

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

224

TEC

PET

TBD

IT

280 A

INTERNSHIP/PROJECT

3

3 0

6/6/11

7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

ARR

ARR

TBD

M

200 A

INTRO TO MARKETING

3

3 5

6/6/11

7/29/11 Eleanor

Panci

GUC

GAYL TBD

M

200 OL A

M T

M

Scheier

Room

W

3:00 PM 5:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Chet

Jessick

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

H

10:00 AM12:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Andrew

Peters

44

AD/CL

INTRO TO MARKETING

3

3 30

MTH 090 A

COLLEGE PREP MATH

3

3 10

PET

TBD

MTH 096 A

PRE-ALGEBRA AND BEGINNING ALGEBRA A 1

1 0

M TW

2:46 PM 3:20 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Eugene

Hodulik

57

AD/CL

PET

TBD

MTH 106 A

PRE-ALGEBRA AND BEGINNING ALGEBRA I 4

4 0

M TW

12:00 PM 2:45 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Eugene

Hodulik

57

AD/CL

PET

TBD

MTH 111 A

BEGINNING ALGEBRA

4

4 10

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8:00 AM 9:50 AM

6/20/11

7/29/11 Gary

Kersting

41

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BEGINNING ALGEBRA

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4 10

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6/6/11

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Zimmerman

GUC

GAYL TBD

MTH 113 A

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4

4 10

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10:00 AM11:50 AM

6/6/11

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Kersting

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COLLEGE ALGEBRA

4

4 10

M TW H

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6/6/11

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Kersting

41

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MU 120 OL A

HISTORY OF MUSIC

3

3 25

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7/29/11 Erick

Haight

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NISH 100 A

THE WAGANAKISING ODAWAK

3

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OAS 101 A

CUSTOMER SERVICE

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OAS 116 A

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

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MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

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3 10

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3 35

OAS 121 A

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING/SOFTWARE FUND 3

3 15

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COMPUTER KEYBOARDING/SOFTWARE FUND 3

3 15

OAS 141 A

FILING AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

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2 10

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EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS

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2 25

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BEGINNING MEDICAL BILLING

2

OAS 230 OL A

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ADVANCED MEDICAL CODING CPT

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2 25

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MICROSOFT OFFICE FOR WINDOWS

3

3 10

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MICROSOFT OFFICE FOR WINDOWS

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3 10

PE

116 AU

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116 CR

INTRO TO PHYSICAL CONDITIONING

PE

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216 CR

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7/29/11 Fred

Harrington

AD/CL

PET

TBD

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12:00 PM 12:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 William

Miller

LKSCT

EJ

TBD

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6/6/11

7/29/11 Judith

King

LTBHC

LTBHC TBD

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6/6/11

7/29/11 Rita

Courier

GUC

GAYL TBD

6/6/11

7/29/11 Judith

King

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

150

AD/CL

PET

TBD

EJHS

EJ

TBD

AD/CL

PET

TBD TBD

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12:00 PM 2:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kimberly

Simpson

H

2:00 PM 4:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kimberly

Simpson

W

3:00 PM 4:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Lori

Smith

H

1:00 PM 1:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 William

Miller

LKSCT

EJ

6/6/11

7/29/11 William

Hess

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

2 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 William

Hess

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

2 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 William

Hess

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

Hess

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

218

TEC

PET

GUC

GAYL TBD

T M T

150

6/6/11

7/29/11 William

H

3:00 PM 5:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Christopher Anderson

W

6:00 PM 8:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Douglas

1 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Margaret Daniels

570A

SCRC

PET

TBD

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1 25

6/6/11

7/29/11 Margaret Daniels

570A

SCRC

PET

TBD

1

1 20

6/6/11

7/29/11 Margaret Daniels

570A

SCRC

PET

TBD

PHYSICAL CONDITIONING II

1

1 20

6/6/11

7/29/11 Margaret Daniels

570A

SCRC

PET

TBD

PHO 100 OL A

BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY

3

3 55

6/6/11

7/29/11 Anthony

Dunaske

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

PHO 100 OL B

BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY

3

3 55

6/6/11

7/29/11 Anthony

Dunaske

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

PHO 295 A

FIELD STUDIES IN PHOTOGRAPHY

3

3 100

6/5/11

6/26/11 Anthony

Dunaske

ARR

ARR

TBD

6:00 PM 9:50 PM

6/7/11

6/28/11 Anthony

Dunaske

18D

AD/CL

PET

TBD

TW H

9:00 AM 10:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Steven

Anderson

277

SCI

PET

TBD

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11:00 AM12:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Steven

Anderson

277

SCI

PET

TBD

T

H

12:00 PM 2:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

123

AD/CL

PET

TBD

W

12:00 PM 2:50 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Christine

Rinehart

GUC

GAYL TBD

H

8:00 AM 10:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Erick

Haight

AD/CL

PET

W

9:00 AM 11:50 AM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Christine

Rinehart

GUC

GAYL TBD

T M

U M

Kassuba

TBD

GIS in

Gaylord

Sheila Simpson, Director Lake Superior State University-Gaylord Regional Center select group of North Central Michigan College students has ventured forth into the new field of geographic information science (GIS), a blend of technology, geology, and geography that leads to a wide choice of indemand careers. The students are enrolled in the GIS Associate of Applied Science degree program at the University Center at Gaylord.

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Graduates can continue on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Geographic Information Science (AGIS) at Lake Superior State University’s Gaylord Center. The unique collaboration between North Central and LSSU allows students to build on their success and easily transfer the credits they have earned. North Central is one of just a few community colleges in Michigan to offer the associate’s degree in GIS. LSSU-Gaylord is the only university in northern Lower Michigan to offer this cuttingedge AGIS bachelor’s degree for students throughout the region. It is one of the most exciting educational opportunities we offer for technology-oriented careers. What is GIS? Do Google Earth and OnStar sound familiar? These are just two examples of the geospatial uses of GIS.

PHY 101 A

CONCEPTS IN PHYSICS

4

5 40

PLS 141 A

INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

3

3 5

PLS 141 B

INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

3

3 5

PSY 161 A

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY

3

3 5

PSY 161 B

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY

3

3 5

PSY 161 OL A

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

PSY 161 OL B

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

PSY 241 OL A

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

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3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Erick

Haight

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

PSY 255 OL A

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

3

3 35

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kenya

Swiss

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

PSY 261 OL A

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

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3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Erick

Haight

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

• predicting ecological impacts for the future.

SD

115 A

READ TO SUCCEED

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6/6/11

7/29/11 Lynne

Zimmer

66

AD/CL

PET

TBD

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READING FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS

3

3 0

M

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12:30 PM 3:20 PM

6/6/11

7/29/11 Lynne

Zimmer

66

AD/CL

PET

TBD

SD

125 A

The list of GIS applications grows daily, with practical implications for business, government, non-profit sectors and school systems worldwide.

M T M

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3 25

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6/6/11

7/29/11 Deborah

Dean

AD/CL

PET

TBD

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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

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3 5

M

W

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6/6/11

7/29/11

Staff

66

AD/CL

PET

TBD

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RACE AND ETHNICITY IN AMERICA

3

3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kerri

Finlayson

I-NET

I-NET

I-NET TBD

SOC 250 A

DEVIANT BEHAVIOR

3

3 0

6/6/11

7/29/11 Kristy

Torsky

GUC

GAYL TBD

THF 276 OL A

CONTEMPORARY FILM

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3 30

6/6/11

7/29/11 Erick

Haight

I-NET

I-NET TBD

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VITICULTURE INTERNSHIP I

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Go to http://www.ncmich.edu/Summer_2011.pdf for the most current summer schedule.

See

Fall Semester Class schedule on page 9 ...

Other uses: • tracking of traffic patterns; • data systems analysis for urban and rural economic growth; • mapping climate and natural disaster patterns;

The University Center at Gaylord has invested in the advanced equipment necessary for GIS instruction. Students are able to utilize the hands-on technology in each class. Work-based internships allow students to contribute to area companies that seek this expertise. For more information, call North Central at 989-705-3775 or LSSU at 989-705-3791.


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North Central Michigan College

Founders Society

AWARD Nominations Sought

The NCMC Foundation is seeking nominations for the third annual Founders Society Award. The Board of Trustees of North Central created the award to honor individuals and organizations that have made a significant impact on the growth and development of the college. To be eligible, nominees must have demonstrated financial and volunteer support as well as leadership for the college, shown foresight and vision in the advancement of the college and its students, and inspired others to seek leadership within the college. Nomination forms and instructions are on-line at www.ncmich.edu. Deadline for nominations is July 1. Nominations should be mailed to NCMC Foundation, 1515 Howard Street, Petoskey, Michigan 49770. The recipients of the Founders Society Award will be honored at a luncheon in October. In 2010, Jean Beckley and Keith Lamkin joined 2009 recipients Ann K. Irish, John C. Linck and W. Richard Smith on the Founders Society. For more information, contact Sean Pollion at 231-348-6621.

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Call 231-995-1756 today! www.cel.cmich.edu/traversecity • Traverse.City@cmich.edu CMU is an AA/EO institution. Individuals with disabilities who need accommodation should call 800-950-1144, ext. 3018 at least one week before the event. www.cmich.edu/offcampus cmuoffcampus@cmich.edu 30678 3/11

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Lecture SERIES:

Robert Kenner, director of

FOOD, INC.

Elementary/Secondary Education (BA/Post–BA/Endorsements) Summer & Fall 2011

Special Education– Learning Disabilities (Endorsement/Major) Fall 2011

Wednesday, April 20 The director of the documentary, Food, Inc., will appear at North Central as part of the Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 20. Robert Kenner’s graphic look into the environmental, health and social impacts of the food production business has changed the way many people view food and how we eat. Variety called Food, Inc., “a civil horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally curious, and the hungry. It does for the supermarket what Jaws did for the beach.” The free event will be presented in the Student and Community Resource Center gymnasium at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are required and are available at the North Central business office and bookstore on the Petoskey campus, at our Gaylord, Cheboygan and East Jordan locations, at chamber of commerce offices in Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Indian River and Charlevoix, and at the Grain Train Natural Foods Co-op in Petoskey.

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

PETOSKEY SITE 1515 Howard St. | Petoskey, MI 49770 sara.lancaster@arbor.edu 231.439.6203 | arbor.edu/petoskey


Fall 2010

Academic EXCELLENCE President’s List (4.0 GPA) ALANSON Chad Alexander Alexander Mark-Allen Babcock Kimberly Jean Fazio

BELLAIRE Barbara Leann Moran

BOYNE CITY Lisa Ann Baker Tom Heath Kayla Marie Orban Jayelee G. Robinson-Evans

BOYNE FALLS Adam Franklin Balogh Hannah Michelle Zowada

BRUTUS Felicia Hope Gregory

CADILLAC Annette L. Morris

CENTRAL LAKE Karen Emig Melissa L. Zelenak

CHARLEVOIX Kristin Jardine Belfy Kali Crain Anna C. Schmidt Kathryn Elizabeth Slocum Tina M. Sundelius

CHEBOYGAN Lisa Ann Porteous Kristin Skiera Shelby Marie Stempky Deborah Walters

CORONA, CA Annis Kennedy Roberts

EAST JORDAN Betsy Jasmine Boris Tammy Belinda Lapeer

GAYLORD Nicole Elizabeth Blanzy Rachel Lynn Cromell

Jaimee Lynn Johnston Michele Len Lamberies Travis Aaron Charles Larsen Darcie Elena Lochinski Caitlin Anne O’Connor Tyler Leroy Ormsbee Elizabeth Morgan Smith Tasha Snook

ST. IGNACE

WATERS

Prentiss Benjamin Belknap

Scott Laslo

SAMMAMISH,WA

WOLVERINE

Annmarie Kelly Morro

Neile Elizabeth Davis Missy Marie McNeil Travis John Szarenski

HARBOR SPRINGS

Kristina Marie Drayton

SOULSBYVILLE, CA Dillon Dewey Hadden

VANDERBILT

WRAY, CO Deann Noelle Sullivan

Jessica Martha Maglothin Jenny Kay Schlehuber

INDIAN RIVER Kevin R. Leffert

LEVERING Samantha Marion Herscher

LEWISTON Michelle Klein

MANCELONA Joseph Karson Variot

MILLERSBURG Heidi Flewelling Trevor J. O’Meara

NORFOLK, NE Hilary Jane Smith

PELLSTON Kodi Knott Jasmine Lace Petrie Melanie F. Schmidt

Certificate programs leading to jobs in landscape maintenance and installation, turfgrass industries, fruit and the wine industry are offered in partnership with North Central Michigan College. For more information contact Mr. Andy Norman at normanl@msu.edu or 231-995-1719. MSU is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity institution.

PETOSKEY Jessica Lori Allen Spencer Michael Cross Jennifer M. Dawson Michael Dembek Amanda Rae Herscher Craig D. Keith Bethany Kohler Lieberman Amy Lynn Mogford Donna L. O’Neil Margaret Ann Pflug Megan Marie Preston

888.247.4832/IAT.MSU.EDU


Dean’s List (3.5 GPA or higher) Holly Anne Nolde

AFTON Megan Elaine Bruniquel

ALANSON Evan Russell Auten Patricia Ann Baker John Henry Binko Jodi L Cannon Leah Katherine Claus Jennifer Hayman Allison Ray Holbrook Cale Matthew Kuchnicki Jeremy Lee Kummer Angel Ann Pierdinock-Hagen Evan Rogers Kelcey Beth Sanville Kristin Elizabeth Ann Walker Roxanne M Wilson

BATAVIA, NY Erin Michele Stamp

BEAR LAKE Danielle Ashley Simo

BELLAIRE Janine Howland

BELLEFONTAINE, OH Lauren Mechele Heydinger

BOYNE CITY Carrie Marie Beemon Samantha Marie Bricker Tyler Allen Clute Charlynn Ann Dole Nelson David Duncan Kaitlin Beth Fitzpatrick Robert Irving Garcia Hannah Hausler Christine J Hayden Jayne Lynn Howard Christopher Adam Jones Ashley Marie Lockery John Richard Marshall Meghan Marie Martinez Jack C Mathers Evan Dale Orban Ann Marie Purdy Hannah Marie Robinson Kimberly Sue Skrocki Evan Paul Wise Suzanne Wise Rosemary Yardley

BOYNE FALLS Sheilah Blackledge Katelyn Jarema Sarah E Massey Taylor Nadine Puroll Corey Matthew Simon

BRUTUS Joshua Albert Abby Lynn Sydow

CALHAN, CO Kala Renee Bruce

CARP LAKE Meghan Paige Mitchell Traci Lea-Raymond Parra

CENTRAL LAKE Kari Brookins Kay Ellen Mcpherson Norma Mosher Wade Robert Thomas

CHARLEVOIX Michelle Ann Burke Annette C Butterfield Jason Mathew Clees Starlah Ann Cooley

Fred Patrick Gorton Rebecca Jadwin Christopher James Parks Ariel Ramsey Elizabeth Joy Sherwood Veronica Marie Shull Nichole Lee Speigl Alyssa Rae Themm Madeline A Trask

CHEBOYGAN Jenna L. Ashbaugh Stephanie Lynn Baxter Kayla Justine Champion Calvin James Downing Joshua Michael Drier Jamie Lynn Fisher Tiffany Gray Dawn Marie Johnson Nicole Elizabeth Lafrinere Janet Rivera Aaron Michael Simpson Samantha Jo Wichlacz Tara Lee Woiderski

CHEYENNE,WY Samuel Shea Benson

CORONA, CO

Alyssa Stuk

Tina Boser Evan Michael Moreau Nicolette Brooke Olree Randi Lynn Pettyjohn Annette Lynn Porter Stephanie P Porter Christal Marie Roat Dawn Marie Wregglesworth

Shawn Carol Hewitt VaLyndi R Hurd Whitney Johns Eric Leech Jeff Lee Mays Ronald Midyett Jessica Muha Martha J Mullan Megan D Mundy Michelle Leann Radsvick Michelle Kimberlynn Remeur Jennifer Nicole Sachtleben Bailey Salsbury Chrystal Jewell Schemanski Katherine Marie Suter Michael Ervin Suter William Arthur Switzer Erica Syverson Alexandra Lee Vanslembrouck Shannon Lynn Vining-Stout

HOLLIS

PELLSTON

REDMOND, WA

David Michael Storm Samuel Steven Wohlfeil

NAUBINWAY

GRAND RAPIDS

NEW PRAGUE, MN

Jordan Henry Luth

Laken Fennern

HARBOR SPRINGS

NEWARK, NY

Christopher Alan Baughman Jesse Brandon Berg Aleli Beth DeForest David Nicholas Doucette Terence Robert Frank Christina Lynne Johnson Aaron Roger Kitscher Emily Maglothin-Clear Kristine Frances Parson Nash Evan Perreault Brittni Lea Rohrer

Christopher Robert Martin

HOLLAND

Kimberly Joy Stanizzi

INDIAN RIVER Jacqueline Marie Bisaha Katie E Hopper Taylor Raye Powell

Phillip Nassen

KALKASKA

DENALI,AK

Jodi Lynn George Teri Lea Pruss

Ellen M. King

EAST JORDAN Katherine Nicole Anderson Rusty Lee Baur Dawn Elaine Beckman Rhoda Bennett Christopher Alan Berish Andrew James Boyer Thomas Johnathan Brown Wendy S Congdon Adrianna Melody Coultes Shannon Rae Fender Karina M. Hosler Ryan Gerald Kilpatrick Deborah Kay Kinner Edward D Mathers Arlane Gwendolyn Russell Jennifer Marie Sutton Jerilyn Taylor Margaret Jean Willette Pamela Wiskochil

ELLSWORTH Cheryl Essenberg

KEWADIN Kari Marie Fineout

KINCHELOE Raymond Schuh

LAKE ORION Caitlin Ann Carlson

LARGO, FL Katherine Elizabeth Speicher

LEVERING Elizabeth Emily Dankert Anna J Holeman Patrick Michael Holt Matthew Ryan Swoboda Melissa Marie Vega

LEWISTON Selena Mara Creed

LINDON, UT Brandie Dawn Frampton

LONG BEACH, CA Travis J Stoltz

ELMIRA Christopher Allen Coale Margaret Elizabeth Dudek Stephany Goddard Trevor M Massey Jennifer Annette Ostrander

GAYLORD William Joseph Arnold Aaron Michael Burzynski William T Buzzell Walls Andrea Cherwinski Melissa Ann Gee Jesse Lee Graham Austin Hall Virginia Hall Samantha Michelle Hoogerhyde Jenny Kay Jones Martin Kucharek Traci Mcconnell Kevin Michael Murphy Nicholas Cruise Newberry Greta Nicole Nowicki Brittney Elizabeth Sides Channa Marie Snyder Rachel Stevens

MACKINAW CITY Marsha Lou Furgason

MAGNOLIA, DE Jenny Lynn Brumbaugh

MANCELONA Kelly Ann Marie Birchfield Michelle Leigh Clark Linda F Hoig Teri Ann Lamia Marcia Magee Lisa Marie Meadows Rustie Lynn Navarre Catherine Shook Jonathan William Smith Samantha Roxanne Rose Variot Bobby Jean Wagner

MILLERSBURG Rebekah Raelynn Bacon

MUSKEGON Andrew James Bartkowiak Brettmichael Dame Chelsea Louise Houseman

Shannon Browning

NORFOLK, NE Jacob Anthony Figueroa

ONAWAY

Casey Lyn Carter Colby Mathew Mckethen Christopher M Stempky

Jennifer Elizabeth Fishbaugher

SONORA, CA Kirsten Lynn Smith

PETOSKEY Timothy Steven Bellmer Krista Husak Benson Roman Michael Benson Damaris Joy Blatt Christopher David Boring Nicholas Frank Burek Alyssa Joy Burns Sarah Ann Butcher Andrea Leigh Caron Noelle Elizabeth Cromwell Christopher R Dean Ryan Matthew Dunshee Kimberly Joyce Elzinga Peggy Ann Fettig Sara L Gezon Andrew Christopher Goebel Elizabeth Katherine Green William Allen Hansen Katherine Claire Hartson Keith Head

ST IGNACE Molly J Therrian Beverly M Uhelski Russell Winberg

THE WOODLANDS, TX Christine Woodward

TOPINABEE Jennifer Ann Mayer

VANDERBILT Debbi R Badgley Patsy Jurek

WALLOON LAKE Charles R Billings Sarah Elizabeth Lounsbury

WOLVERINE Drew Brian Richard Mason

Lawrence Technological University MBA in Northern Michigan

EARN YOUR

ABRAMS,WI

NCMC University Center Petoskey NMC University Center Traverse City For more information, call 877.LTU.8866 or 231.995.1725, email NorthernMI@ltu.edu, or visit ltu.edu.

Lawrence Tech also offers over 100 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management, at its Southfield Campus. Lawrence Technological University Office of Admissions 21000 West Ten Mile Road Southfield, MI 48075-1058 800.CALL.LTU admissions@ltu.edu • ltu.edu


Fall Semester Class Schedule Fall 2011 Last Updated 3/23/2011

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8:55 PM 5:25 PM 8:55 PM 2:25 PM

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9:00 AM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

10:55 AM 9:25 PM 9:55 PM 8:55 PM 3:55 PM 8:55 PM 8:55 PM 8:55 PM

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3 25

BIO 101 A

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY

4

5 39

BIO 101 B

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY

4

5 39

T T T T

H H H

4:00 PM 5:25 PM 10:00 AM11:25 AM 12:00 PM 1:55 PM 10:00 AM11:25 AM 12:00 PM 1:55 PM

9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 10/4/11 11/1/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/22/11 10/20/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11

Instructor

12/16/11 Sandra 12/16/11 Sandra 12/16/11 Richard 12/16/11 Suzanne 12/16/11 Charlotte 12/16/11 Vivian 10/28/11 Patricia 12/2/11 Patricia 12/16/11 Sandra 12/16/11 Sandra 12/16/11 Deanna 12/16/11 Deanna 12/16/11 Barbara 12/16/11 Kerri 12/16/11 Kerri 12/16/11 Sanjay 12/16/11 Rosemary 12/16/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Andrea 12/16/11 Andrea 12/16/11 Richard 12/16/11 Joel 12/16/11 Karen 12/16/11 Karen 12/16/11 Dawn 12/16/11 Andrea 12/16/11 Sharon 12/16/11 Rosemary 12/16/11 Lynn 12/16/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Yasmin 12/16/11 Yasmin 12/16/11 Bonnie 12/16/11 Bonnie 12/16/11 Dawn 9/24/11 Shanna 10/22/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Shanna 12/16/11 Lynn 12/16/11 12/16/11 12/16/11 12/16/11 Charles 12/16/11 12/16/11 Richard 12/16/11 Jane 12/16/11 Cornelia 12/16/11 Rod 12/16/11 Charles 12/16/11 Chet 12/16/11 Chet 12/16/11 Eleanor 12/16/11 Chet 12/16/11 12/16/11 Patricia 12/16/11 Patricia 12/16/11 Abigail 12/16/11 Abigail 12/16/11 12/16/11 12/16/11 Michael 12/16/11 Lori 12/16/11 Richard 12/16/11 Richard 12/16/11 12/16/11 Christine 12/16/11 Lori 12/16/11 Thomas 12/16/11 Philip 12/16/11 Stephen 12/16/11 George 12/16/11 12/16/11 Philip 12/16/11 Philip 12/16/11 Philip 12/16/11 Philip 12/16/11 Kathleen 12/16/11 Kathleen 12/16/11 Kathleen 12/16/11 Kathleen

Room

Allen-Cary Allen-Cary Barber Holguin Browe Legrand Wiltse Wiltse Allen-Cary Allen-Cary Klosinski Klosinski Algenstedt Finlayson Finlayson Singhal Gould Robinson Gerring Gerring Cunningham Stoppel Kubovchick Kubovchick Swaim Gerring Peters Gould Dinning Robinson Robinson Richmond Richmond Hill Hill Swaim Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Dinning Staff Staff Staff Lyk Staff Parker Bowe Webb Anderson Lyk Jessick Jessick Panci Jessick Staff Duffy Duffy Uhrick Uhrick Staff Staff Dell Smith Parker Parker Staff Brooks Smith Sobeck Moore Tresidder Mertz Staff Moore Moore Moore Moore Colby Colby Colby Colby

66 122 27 37 37

63 I-NET 132 CF2 18C 18C 70 I-NET 18C 18C 18B 18C I-NET 18C 18B 18C 18A 18A 18A 18A 18B 18B 18C 18A 18A 18B

70 143 143

123 150 I-NET 63 I-NET 63 I-NET 44 140 44 I-NET 143 143 143

I-NET 143 143 123 122 66

I-NET I-NET 262 262 262 262

Building Location Textbook AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL LTBHC AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL I-NET ARR AD/CL LIB AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL I-NET AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL CHS AD/CL I-NET AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL CHS AD/CL AD/CL GUC CHS AD/CL AD/CL I-NET AD/CL GUC I-NET AD/CL GUC I-NET AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL I-NET AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL GUC CHS I-NET AD/CL AD/CL GUC AD/CL AD/CL AD/CL GUC CHS I-NET AD/CL I-NET AD/CL SCI SCI SCI SCI

PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD LTBHC TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD I-NET TBD ARR TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD PET TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD CHEB TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD CHEB TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD

Legend

for Fall Schedule AD/CL ......... Administration/ Classroom building

ARR ............. By arrangement AU ................ Audit CBMH ......... Cheboygan Memorial Hospital

CBO ............. Cheboygan Board of Education

CEM ............. Chemistry Building CHEB .......... Cheboygan CHS .............. Cheboygan High School

CR ................ Credit ECE .............. Early Childhood Education Building

EJ ................. East Jordan EJHS ............ East Jordan High School

GAYL ........... Gaylord GHS ............. Gaylord High School

GUC ............. Gaylord University Center

H .................. Thursday HY ................ Hybrid I-NET .......... Internet LIB ............... Library LK ................ Linked LKSCT ........ Lake Street Center (East Jordan)

LTBHC ........ Little Traverse Bay Health Clinic

LTGOV ........ Little Traverse Bay Band Government Center

OL ................ Online PET .............. Petoskey PHS .............. Petoskey High School

SCC .............. Cafeteria SCI ............... Science Building SCRC ........... Student and Community Resource Center

TEC ............. Technology Building YR ................ Yoga Roots


Program Highlights:

Course/ Sect #

Title

Credits/Contact /Fee

Day

BIO 101 C

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY

4

5 39

BIO 101 D

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY

4

5 39

BIO 101 E

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY

4

5 39

BIO 133 A

HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB

4

5 10

BIO 133 B

HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB

4

5 10

BIO 133 C

HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB

4

5 10

BIO 133 D

HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB

4

5 10

BIO 133 OL A BIO 133 OL B BIO 151 A

HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB HUMAN BIOLOGY WITH LAB GENERAL BIOLOGY I

4 4 4

5 35 5 35 6 56

BIO 151 B

GENERAL BIOLOGY I

4

6 56

M T M

BIO 226 A

MICROBIOLOGY

4

5 30

T

BIO 226 B

MICROBIOLOGY

4

5 30

T

NEW! VITICULTURE AND ENOLOGY PROGRAM

BIO 226 C

MICROBIOLOGY

4

5 30

North Central now offers degrees in grape growing and wine making. Students in these certificate and degree programs will combine North Central viticulture, science and general education courses with on-line courses through Michigan State University. Hands-on internships at area vineyards and wineries are key components of the program. Graduates are prepared for careers in the grape-growing and wine-making industry.

BIO 235 A

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

BIO 235 B

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

BIO 235 C

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

BIO 235 D

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

BIO 235 E

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

Students will take courses in plant science, vineyard stock selection and propagation, soils, vine nutrition and pest management.

BIO 235 F

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

BIO 235 G

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

T T M M M M T T T T M M M M M

BIO 235 HY A

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 40

NEW! SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST North Central now offers a Surgical Technologist Program. Surgical technologists work under the supervision of a surgeon to facilitate the safe and effective conduct of invasive surgical procedures. Courses are offered over four semesters (excluding summer), beginning this fall. The program offers students the chance to complete a Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science degree. This is a selective admission program. Students must complete the allied health program application form and return it with all necessary attachments by July 1. Find the form here: http://www.ncmich.edu/pdfs/Allied_Health_ Application.pdf . For more information, contact Peter Olson, Ph.D., director of allied health at polson@ncmich.edu or 231-348-6619.

Those interested in enology will receive training in the classroom and the field in the tools and techniques of wine making. Related courses in business, marketing, entrepreneurship and technology will produce a more well-rounded and employable graduate. For more information, contact Robert Marsh, Ph.D., at 231-439-6353 or rmarsh@ncmich.edu

NEW! MARINE TECHNOLOGY Build and take home your own boat! In collaborationF with North Central, The Michigan School of Boat Building and Marine Technology and Irish Boat Shop will offer workshops to build a variety of boats this summer. All The Michigan School workshops will be taught of Boat Building& MarineTechnology at Irish Boat Shop in Harbor Springs or Charlevoix by noted boat builder, teacher and author David Nichols. Bring a friend or family member to build a boat with you!! Tuition Cost: $570 for the one-week course (6 days); $1,140 for two-week course (12 days). Contact us for kit prices, registration information and other workshop details.

Willow Kayak or Chesapeake Light Craft Stand-up Paddleboard July 11-16 Chesapeake Light Craft Chester Yawl.....................................July 18-23 Pygmy Wherry .................................August 1-6 Newfound Lawton or Adirondack Guideboat .........................................August 8-19 For more information, please contact Dave Lesh at davidlesh@charter.net or 317-260-1263.

BIO 235 I

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I

4

5 15

BIO 236 A

GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II

4

5 15

CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CAP CEM

COMPUTERS FOR THE VERY BEGINNER COMPUTERS FOR THE VERY BEGINNER INTERNET SEARCHING & RESEARCHING MS EXCEL I MS EXCEL I MS EXCEL I WEB PAGE DESIGN WEB PAGE DESIGN INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE INDESIGN INTRO TO DIGITAL AUDIO AND VIDEO FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4

1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6

CEM 101 B

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

4

6 40

CEM 101 C

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

4

6 40

CEM 101 D

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

4

6 40

CEM 101 E

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

4

6 40

CEM 101 F CEM 121 A

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I

4 5

6 40 7 50

CEM 121 B

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I

5

7 50

CEM 121 C

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I

5

7 50

CEM 231 A

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

5

7 55

CEM 231 B

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

5

7 55

CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

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A B C D E F G OL A

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9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11 9/6/11

Instructor

12/16/11 Sarah Thayer 12/16/11 Sarah Thayer 12/16/11 Sarah Thayer 12/16/11 Sarah Thayer 12/16/11 David Caroffino 12/16/11 David Caroffino 12/16/11 Jane Mooradian 12/16/11 Jane Mooradian 12/16/11 Roy Mcfall 12/16/11 Roy Mcfall 12/16/11 Benjamin Crockett 12/16/11 Benjamin Crockett 12/16/11 Staff 12/16/11 Staff 12/16/11 Daniel Pepin 12/16/11 Jane Mooradian 12/16/11 Kathleen Colby 12/16/11 Kathleen Colby 12/16/11 Kathleen Colby 12/16/11 Kathleen Colby 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Charles Bump 12/16/11 Charles Bump 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Lars Syverson 12/16/11 Pamela Graves 12/16/11 Pamela Graves 12/16/11 Joseph Mikula 12/16/11 Joseph Mikula 12/16/11 Joseph Mikula 12/16/11 Joseph Mikula 12/16/11 Maria Nicholson 12/16/11 Maria Nicholson 12/16/11 Joseph Mikula 12/16/11 Joseph Mikula 12/16/11 Maria Nicholson 12/16/11 Maria Nicholson 9/30/11 James Weidman 12/16/11 Andrew Johnson 12/16/11 Kim Burns 12/16/11 Jane Bowe 12/16/11 Heather Clark 12/16/11 Heather Clark 12/16/11 Andrew Johnson 12/16/11 Edward Vergeldt, Jr. 12/16/11 John Desmarais 12/16/11 John Desmarais 12/16/11 Patrick McGinnis 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Michael Rekowski 12/16/11 Michael Rekowski 12/16/11 Guy Smith 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 David Rodgers 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Ralph Christensen 12/16/11 Fred Harrington 12/16/11 Fred Harrington 12/16/11 Christopher Anderson 12/16/11 Carlos Lopez 12/16/11 Edward Vergeldt, Jr. 12/16/11 Edward Vergeldt, Jr. 12/16/11 James Weidman 12/16/11 Fred Harrington

Room 262 262 262 262 262 262 270 270 211 211 270 270

I-NET I-NET 262 262 262 262 122 270 122 270

122 270 122 270 122 270 122 270 270 270

I-NET 270

270 270 18D 218 150

18D

CL CL 243 249 243 249 243 249 243 249 243 249 243 249 243 249 243 247 243 247 243 247 218 218 218 218

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Building Location Textbook SCI SCI SCI SCI SCI SCI SCI SCI CHS CHS SCI SCI EJHS EJHS I-NET I-NET SCI SCI SCI SCI AD/CL SCI AD/CL SCI GHS GHS AD/CL SCI AD/CL SCI AD/CL SCI AD/CL SCI SCI SCI GHS GHS GHS GHS I-NET SCI CHS CHS SCI SCI CHS AD/CL TEC AD/CL GHS CHS AD/CL GUC LTGOV LTGOV LTGOV CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM GHS CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM TEC TEC TEC TEC GUC GUC CHS I-NET

PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD CHEB TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD PET TBD EJ TBD EJ TBD I-NET TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD GAYL TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD GAYL TBD GAYL TBD GAYL TBD I-NET TBD PET TBD CHEB TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD PET TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD CHEB TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD LTGOV TBD LTGOV TBD LTGOV TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD PET TBD GAYL TBD GAYL TBD CHEB TBD I-NET TBD


Get ready for

Course/ Sect #

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3

ENG 111 HY B

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

3 30

ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG

111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 112 112 112 112 112 112 112

I J K L M OL A OL B P A B C D F G HY A

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

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

5 5 5 5 5 30 30 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 30

ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG

112 130 130 130 210 213 215 231 240

OL A A B C A A A OL A HY A

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE CREATIVE WRITING I SHAKESPEARE I INTRO TO POETRY AMERICAN LITERATURE I CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

30 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 25

ENG 241 HY A

WORLD LITERATURE, ANCIENT-1700

3

3 25

ENG 250 A ENG 251 HY A

MYTHOLOGY CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE I

3 3

3 0 3 25

ENG 290 ENGR ENGR ENT 110 ENT 120 ENT 120 ENT 140 ESC 101

INTRO TO WRITING FOR FILM & VIDEO ENGINEERING GRAPHICS INTRODUCTION TO ALTERNATIVE ENERGY ESSENTIALS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP FINANCING AN ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSNES FINANCING AN ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSNES TECHNOLOGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE

3 3 3 3 1 1 1 4

3 3 3 3 1 1 1 5

ESC 101 B

INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE

4

5 40

ESC 101 HY A

INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE

4

5 65

6. College Preparation:

ESC 110 A

ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY

4

5 40

MANDATORY before registration will be allowed. Complete both items.

ESC 121 A

PHYSICAL GEOLOGY

4

5 40

ESC 121 B

PHYSICAL GEOLOGY

4

5 40

ESC 201 A

FOUNDATIONS OF ASTRONOMY

4

5 40

FR FR FR FR GEO GEO GEO GEO

111 112 211 212 111 121 121 121

A A A A A A B HY A

ELEMENTARY FRENCH I ELEMENTARY FRENCH II INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY WORLD GEOGRAPHY WORLD GEOGRAPHY WORLD GEOGRAPHY

4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4

5 0 5 5 5 5 5 30

GIS GIS HE HE HE HE HE HE HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST HST

110 130 200 200 200 200 200 200 131 131 131 132 132 140 141 231 231 255

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

INTRO TO GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEMS I ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN GIS NUTRITION NUTRITION NUTRITION NUTRITION NUTRITION NUTRITION HISTORY OF U.S. 1607-1877 HISTORY OF U.S. 1607-1877 HISTORY OF U.S. 1607-1877 HISTORY OF U.S.1877-PRESENT HISTORY OF U.S.1877-PRESENT CELTS AND NATURE CULTURE & MYTH: QUEST FOR THE GRAIL SURVEY OF EARLY WEST. CIVILIZATION SURVEY OF EARLY WEST. CIVILIZATION HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL ERA

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

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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1. Portal Sign-up: Go to www.ncmich.edu, click on Student and Community Portal. Complete sign-in and you will be directed to the Admissions Application.

2.Apply for Admission: No cost. You will be notified of your status and next steps by mail.

3. If you have attended other colleges/ universities: Request official transcripts from all colleges you have attended to be sent to the Records Office.

4.Apply for Financial Aid: Go to www.ncmich.edu under Financial Aid. Apply early, processing takes at least four weeks.

5.Assessment is Mandatory: Submit ACT scores or take the COMPASS by appointment. For Petoskey call 231-348-6682, for other Campus Centers, see locations below. Allow 2 hours. No cost for COMPASS. Retakes are charged.

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7.Advising: After you have completed College Preparation in Step 6, call for an appt. at any Campus Center (see locations below) for assistance in goal clarification, course selection, and planning.

8. Register for Classes: Login in to the Student and Community Portal using your username and password, choose my North Central, then Online Registration.

9. Pay for Classes: Payment due dates are published on the web, found on the paper class schedule each semester and on your bill. For payment options go to www.ncmich.edu, click on Paying for College.

10. UseYour free College Mymail Account: Your mymail account will be the primary way you will receive correspondence from North Central. Your username is the same as the Portal so your address would be username@student.ncmich.edu

Important Optional Steps Apply for Housing: Check out our affordable, fun, and safe on-campus living. Get more information by clicking on Campus Housing on our homepage.

Campus or Residence HallTour: Call 231-348-6605 to schedule one.


College Calendar SUMMER Semester 2011 March 30 Registration begins May 4 Payment due June 6 Semester begins

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FALL Semester 2011 April 13 Registration begins August 10 Payment due September 6 Semester begins November 24-25 Thanksgiving break December 16 Semester ends

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INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

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INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY

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INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY THEORIES OF PERSONALITY ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY CHILD PSYCHOLOGY CHILD PSYCHOLOGY DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO OUTDOOR RECREATION

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Instructor

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Go to http://www.ncmich.edu/Fall_2011.pdf for the most current fall schedule.

Guatamala Lecture “Service Learning and Global Awareness: Student Immersion in Guatemala,” is the topic of the next Michigan Global Awareness Consortium lecture at North Central. The free program will be held on Monday, April 25, at 7 p.m. in the Library. This dynamic, interactive presentation focuses on the people of Guatemala, their lack of opportunities and modern conveniences, the political situation and issues related to health, women, indigenous people and human rights. The program will feature Nick Holton, a math faculty member at Kirtland Community College. His students travelled to Guatemala last May. For more information, contact hleithauser@ncmich.edu.

Going Green

ON-LINE CAREER DEVELOPMENT North Central’s Institute for Business and Industry Training, in partnership with ed2go (formerly Gatlin Education) offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to enter highdemand occupations. The newest career training programs are dedicated to “going green” and focus on natural resources, alternative energy and green building.

Programs include: • Biofuel Production Operations • Building Analyst Quick Start • Certified Green Supply Chain Professional • Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager • Certified Indoor Environmentalist • Natural Gas Plant Operations • Performing Comprehensive Building Assessments • Principles of Green Buildings • Senior Certified Sustainability Professional • Wind Energy Professional For more information on these green programs or any of the college’s professional development/career training online programs, please call Tom Nathe at 231-3486613 or Helen Leithauser at 231-348-6705.

www.gatlineducation.com/ncmc or www.ed2go.com/ncmc


Fifteenth Annual

Benefit Golf Outing

Save the Date All proceeds go to the NCMC Scholarship Fund!

Registration form on-line at

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Residents of all other Michigan counties: $123 per contact hour. Residents of other states: $158.75 per contact hour. Fees: Technology fee, $4 per contact hour; registration fee, $3 per contact hour; activity fee, $1.50 per contact hour on campus; building and energy conservation fee (Petoskey, hybrid and online), $10 per contact hour; and off-campus operations fee, $2.50 per contact hour (off-campus locations only). Individual course fees may also apply.

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Where can you go from here? Almost anywhere! North Central offers courses of study and degree programs for students who wish to transfer to senior institutions. Transferability is essential since liberal arts education is an important part of our mission. North Central students have the assurance of transfer agreements between colleges, along with curriculum guides and an important website, www.macrao.org, to verify the transferability of courses. The website is maintained by the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers (MACRAO) and is easy to use. Participating universities post on-line transfer guides on the MACRAO site.

MAIN CAMPUS

GAYLORD

CHEBOYGAN

EAST JORDAN

1515 Howard Street, Petoskey

University Center at Gaylord 80 Livingston Blvd, Gaylord

Cheboygan High School 801 W. Lincoln Avenue Cheboygan

Lake Street Center 115 S. Lake Street, East Jordan

231-348-6600

989-705-3775

231-597-0322

231-536-9702


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