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Management Accounting - 22768 - ACC 203 - 1
An introduction to the process of gathering and analyzing accounting data for use by managers in planning, decision-making, and controlling. Topics include basic cost concepts, cost volume-profit relationships, relevant cost decisions, capital investment decisions performance evaluation, and budgeting. The student uses spreadsheet software.
Course Runs 5/21 - 8/27
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E159 May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Jeffrey A Galbraith (P)E-mail
Class 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E122 May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Jeffrey A Galbraith (P)E-mail


Management Accounting - 22991 - ACC 203 - 3
An introduction to the process of gathering and analyzing accounting data for use by managers in planning, decision-making, and controlling. Topics include basic cost concepts, cost volume-profit relationships, relevant cost decisions, capital investment decisions performance evaluation, and budgeting. The student uses spreadsheet software.
This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email galbraith@gcc.mass.edu Course runs 5/21 - 8/27
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Jeffrey A Galbraith (P)E-mail


Food Preservation and Storage - 23009 - AGR 112 - 1
Provides strategies and techniques for preserving and storing food. Topics include: kitchen safety, rules for food safety, canning basics, dehydration, cold storage and freezing, food selection, choosing and maintaining equipment, and awareness of local food resources. Special Requirement: Must possess physical ability to use kitchen tools
Class meets 6/11 - 7/9 in a commercial kitchen at the Franklin County Tech School.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jun 12, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Laboratory Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm W Franklin County Tech School Jun 11, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Laboratory Angela Roell (P)E-mail


Internship in Agriculture I - 23052 - AGR 293 - 1
Internship by arrangement 5/21 - 7/23 (Velez).
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: May 15, 2014 to May 23, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Internship Schedule Type
6.000 Credits
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Class 8:08 am - 8:09 am U Main Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Jul 23, 2014 Internship Abrah J Dresdale (P)E-mail


Internship in Agriculture I - 23053 - AGR 293 - 3
Internship by arrangement 5/21 - 8/26 (Gambardella, Back, Perreault).
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Internship Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Internship Abrah J Dresdale (P)E-mail


Internship in Agriculture I - 23059 - AGR 293 - 5
Internship by arrangement 5/21 - 7/9 (Mason & Rogers).
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Internship Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Internship Abrah J Dresdale (P)E-mail


Internship in Agriculture I - 23066 - AGR 293 - 7
Internship by arrangement for Shina, meets 5/21 - 8/27.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Internship Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Internship Abrah J Dresdale (P)E-mail


Drawing Foundation - 22995 - ART 131 - 1
Presents a series of problems to acquaint the student with perceptual and inventive skills in drawing. The course introduces the visual language, drawing materials, and techniques while examining ways of implying space on a two-dimensional surface.
Course meets 5/22-7/8
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Studio Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus S112 May 22, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Studio Jennifer L Simms (P)E-mail


Color - 22997 - ART 141 - 1
An exploration of the perceptual characteristics of color. Students develop sensitivity to color through direct visual experiences and practice. The course emphasizes color mixing and interaction in application.
Course meets 5/22-8/26. This is an Extended Summer I course.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Studio Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus S230 May 22, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Studio Penne A Krol (P)E-mail


Directed Study in Art - 23032 - ART 295 - B
Course runs 5/21-8/27 over both summer sessions.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Directed Study Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Directed Study Penne A Krol (P)E-mail


Directed Study in Art - 23050 - ART 295 - G
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Directed Study Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Directed Study Penne A Krol (P)E-mail


Biology I - 23000 - BIO 126 - 1
An introduction to the basic mechanisms of life. Major topics include the biochemical basis of life, cell structure, DNA structure and replication, protein synthesis, mitosis, meiosis, inheritance, respiration, photosynthesis, and biotechnology. Students use the scientific method in laboratory experiences that include selected topics in cell structure, cell functions, mitosis and meiosis, genetics, enzymes, respiration, photosynthesis, developmental biology, and microbiology. NOTE: Students may receive credit for BIO 119 or BIO 126, but not for both.
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture/Lab Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 10:50 am WR Main Building on Main Campus S341 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Laboratory Shannon L Compton (P)E-mail
Class 11:00 am - 12:20 pm WR Main Building on Main Campus S312 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Shannon L Compton (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm T Main Building on Main Campus S312 May 27, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Lecture Shannon L Compton (P)E-mail


Human Nutrition - 22767 - BIO 130 - 1
The study of nutrition and its application to good health and a sense of well being. Topics include the applications of nutrition to physical fitness, preventive medicine, and health care. NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130L.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at sheldonl@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NL-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Lisa A Sheldon (P)E-mail


Human Nutrition - 23036 - BIO 130 - 3
The study of nutrition and its application to good health and a sense of well being. Topics include the applications of nutrition to physical fitness, preventive medicine, and health care. NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130L.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mas.sedu/online/ or email instructor at sheldonl@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NL-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Lisa A Sheldon (P)E-mail


Human Nutrition Lab - 22839 - BIO 130L - 1
A laboratory supplement to BIO 130. This course introduces students to various biological and chemical aspects of nutrition using laboratory experiments designed to highlight specific nutrients and properties of foods. Students learn laboratory procedures and common techniques used by food scientists and chemists in the field of nutrition and food science. NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online lab with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at sheldonl@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Lisa A Sheldon (P)E-mail


Human Anatomy and Physiology I - 22752 - BIO 195 - 1
A first semester of a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, including biochemistry, cell anatomy and physiology, histology, the skeletal system, articulations, muscle anatomy and physiology, neurophysiology, the anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous systems, the anatomy and physiology of the special senses, and the neural integration. This is a Lab course that requires animal tissue dissections. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIO 105 or BIO 107 or BIO 117 or BIO 194 or BIO 195.
Course meets 5/22 - 7/8.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture/Lab Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 12:25 pm MR Main Building on Main Campus N335 May 22, 2014 - Jul 07, 2014 Lecture Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:25 pm T Main Building on Main Campus S406 May 27, 2014 - Jul 01, 2014 Laboratory Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:25 pm T Main Building on Main Campus N335 Jul 08, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Lecture/Lab Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail


Microbiology - 22753 - BIO 205 - 1
An introduction to the biology of microorganisms with emphasis on the properties of micro-organisms and their relation to disease. Lab required.
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture/Lab Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 8:30 am - 9:50 am MTWR Main Building on Main Campus S336 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Laboratory Mitchell J Walkowicz (P)E-mail
Class 10:00 am - 11:20 am MTWR Main Building on Main Campus S420 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Mitchell J Walkowicz (P)E-mail


The Contemporary Business World - 22933 - BUS 111 - 1
For students from any field of study who want to explore the study of business, and/or prepare themselves for employment, entrepreneurship, or simply informed, consumer decision-making. The course introduces students to the contemporary context of business practices by exploring topics related to globalization, business ethics, entrepreneurship, business plan development, strategic planning, management, marketing, finance, and personal investing.
Course runs 5/21 - 8/27. This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at simmonst@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Thomas T Simmons (P)E-mail


Principles of Management - 23003 - BUS 205 - 1
An introduction to managerial roles and functions. Topics include planning, organizing, controlling, leading, staffing, and decision-making in contemporary organizations. Students work in teams to develop group skills.
This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email simmonst@gcc.mass.edu Course runs 5/21-8/27
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Thomas T Simmons (P)E-mail


Microcomputer Software Tools I - 22769 - CIS 140 - 1
Provides students with an introduction to several major "productivity" programs used on microcomputers. Topics include the Windows operating system, word processing, electronic spreadsheet management and graph production using currently popular software packages, and some database management. This is a hands-on course. Special Requirement: Students not currently engaged in daily computer use should consider CIS 096 and CIS 110 prior to taking CIS 140.
Course runs 5/22 - 7/8 and meets on the following dates: May 22, 27, 29; June 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24; July 8.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 8:30 am - 12:30 pm TWRF East Building on Main Campus E144 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


Microcomputer Software Tools I - 22778 - CIS 140 - 3
Provides students with an introduction to several major "productivity" programs used on microcomputers. Topics include the Windows operating system, word processing, electronic spreadsheet management and graph production using currently popular software packages, and some database management. This is a hands-on course. Special Requirement: Students not currently engaged in daily computer use should consider CIS 096 and CIS 110 prior to taking CIS 140.
Course runs 5/22 - 7/9 This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email the instructor at wilkins@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


Microcomputer Software Tools II - 23021 - CIS 141 - 1
Provides students with intermediate training in the use of word processing and electronic spreadsheet software. In addition to building upon software skills taught in CIS 140, Microcomputer Software Tools I, students learn the integration of data created in various programs and the development of presentation-quality output. Students use each application's macro language to automate and customize documents, worksheets, and data entry operations. Students are introduced to graphics software used for business and multimedia presentations.
Course runs 5/21-8/27. This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email wilkins@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


Relational Database Design and Application - 23004 - CIS 145 - 1
Provides a foundation in business information management, data mining and business intelligence using a relational database. Topics include the theory of managing data; planning and design of a database; creation, normalization and management of tables; design and development of queries to extract specific information and data; creation of reports and forms for controlling ease and accuracy of data entry; and use of macros to automate operations. Students learn to create, manage, and extract data from a variety of common business database applications.
This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email wilkins@gcc.mass.edu Course runs 5/21-8/27
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


Programming Principles and Concepts - 22889 - CIS 150 - 1
Computer problem-solving principles and techniques for students contemplating a career in computer programming, or computer information systems. Structured problem-solving methods are introduced, including techniques for decomposing complex problems, and expressing the problem solutions in terms which can be expressed in any computer programming language.
Course runs 5/21 - 8/27. This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at wilkins@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: M-Math/Quantitative Reasoning

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


Modern Dance I - 22934 - DAN 111 - 1
An introduction to modern dance. Students learn the terminology and practice the fundamental movement vocabulary of modern dance. Classes consist of a full body warm-up, specific modern dance exercises, traveling step patterns, short dance combinations, and improvisational assignments. Class activities are designed to increase strength, flexibility, coordination, rhythmic awareness and musicality, and self expression. The course presents the history, theory and significance of modern dance through lectures, video viewing, outside-of-class reading, or assigned performance attendance. NOTE: Students may earn a total of three credits in DAN 111.
Course meets 5/22-7/8. This is a 1 credit course.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Studio Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class 10:00 am - 12:00 pm TR East Building on Main Campus E107 May 22, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Studio Margaret A Van Dyck (P)E-mail


Ballroom Dance: American Smooth Style - 22927 - DAN 183 - 1
Provides physical enjoyment to participants through the performance of the specific rhythms and movements of American smooth style dancing and social interaction through group participation. Topics include the fundamentals of waltz, fox trot, jitterbug (swing), with an emphasis on dance positions, leading and following, and dance etiquette. NOTE: Students may repeat this course once for a maximum of two credits. Special Requirement: Lightweight shoes with non-skid soles.
Course meets 6/2-7/14. This is an Extended Summer I course.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jun 03, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
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1.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm M East Building on Main Campus E107 Jun 02, 2014 - Jul 14, 2014 Studio Emily Fox (P)E-mail


Principles of Macroeconomics - 23007 - ECO 101 - 1
A study of economic analysis of the national and global economy with discussion of current issues. This course includes business cycles, unemployment, inflation, economic growth, banking systems, monetary and fiscal policies.
Course runs 5/21-8/27. This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email simmonst@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Thomas T Simmons (P)E-mail


Principles of Macroeconomics - 23035 - ECO 101 - 3
A study of economic analysis of the national and global economy with discussion of current issues. This course includes business cycles, unemployment, inflation, economic growth, banking systems, monetary and fiscal policies.
Course runs 5/21-8/27. This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email simmonst@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Thomas T Simmons (P)E-mail


Principles of Microeconomics - 22932 - ECO 102 - 1
A study of the economics of the firm, the consumer, and their interaction in the domestic and global marketplace. This course includes resource allocation, supply and demand, elasticity, market structure, labor, and an economic perspective of current issues facing business and society.
Course runs 5/21 - 6/11
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 11:50 am MTWRF East Building on Main Campus E126 May 21, 2014 - Jun 11, 2014 Lecture Martha K Field (P)E-mail


Leadership in Early Care and Education - 23047 - EDU 244 - 1
The self as leader in early care and education. Topics include one's own leadership in a specific local program, as well as leadership at the regional, statewide, and national levels in early care and education with a focus on building capability as both a supervisor and mentor. The impact of external regulatory bodies on leadership is a focus.
This is a hybrid course with 3 on campus meetings. Course meets 6/23, 7/21 & 8/4 from 2pm-5pm at Head Start 56 Vernon Street Northampton, MA. Course enrollment is restricted to Head Start employees with the permission of Instructor or Kate Finnegan
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jun 24, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
3.000 Credits
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Class 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm M Other Jun 23, 2014 - Jun 23, 2014 Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Catherine M Finnegan (P)E-mail, Gwendolyn D Hawk E-mail
Class 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm M Other Jul 21, 2014 - Jul 21, 2014 Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Catherine M Finnegan (P)E-mail, Gwendolyn D Hawk E-mail
Class 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm M Other Aug 04, 2014 - Aug 04, 2014 Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Catherine M Finnegan (P)E-mail, Gwendolyn D Hawk E-mail


Emergency Medical Technician- Basic - 22747 - EMS 101 - 1
Provides training in the primary care of injuries, semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED), acute illnesses, birth, and people in emergency situations. Students learn rescue extrication, transportation, communication, medical-legal aspects, and ambulance training. The course is taught using lectures, slides, demonstration, and practice. Students completing the course are eligible for the Massachusetts Basic EMT examination.
Course will meet on most Saturdays, 10:00-2:00 dates TBA. Please note there is an additional $50.00 equipment fee and $13.00 liability insurance fee. Course runs 5/21-8/27. Lecture portion will be held in E124/E155
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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6.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm MW East Building on Main Campus E124 May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Kevin M Garvey (P)E-mail
Class 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm MW East Building on Main Campus E155 May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Kevin M Garvey (P)E-mail
Class 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm MW East Building on Main Campus E122 May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Kevin M Garvey (P)E-mail


Management of Cardiovascular Emergencies - 22755 - EMS 204 - 1
A comprehensive approach to adult cardiac emergencies encountered by paramedics. The course includes cardiovascular pathophysiology, 3-lead and 12-lead dysrhythmia interpretation techniques, dysrhythmia management, electrical therapy and cardiac pharmacology. Students practice intensive patient management simulation. The student receives Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification upon successful course completion.
Course meets 5/14-8/29 2 Saturday dates TBA. Class also meets M-F 9:00-5:00 week of 7/14-7/18
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 20, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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8.000 Credits
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Class 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm TR East Building on Main Campus E155 May 14, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Monty J Ruff (P)E-mail, Christopher Bascomb E-mail, Scott J Chapman E-mail, Stephen P Gaughan E-mail, Sandra L Mizula E-mail, John Peter O'Brien E-mail, David R Owen E-mail, Solon W Sadoway E-mail, Matthew F Sandler E-mail, David Saquet E-mail, Zachary Smith E-mail, Kathleen Sullivan E-mail
Class 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm TR East Building on Main Campus E124 May 14, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Monty J Ruff (P)E-mail, Christopher Bascomb E-mail, Scott J Chapman E-mail, Stephen P Gaughan E-mail, Sandra L Mizula E-mail, John Peter O'Brien E-mail, David R Owen E-mail, Solon W Sadoway E-mail, Matthew F Sandler E-mail, David Saquet E-mail, Zachary Smith E-mail, Kathleen Sullivan E-mail


Management of Cardiovascular Emergencies - 22844 - EMS 204 - 3
A comprehensive approach to adult cardiac emergencies encountered by paramedics. The course includes cardiovascular pathophysiology, 3-lead and 12-lead dysrhythmia interpretation techniques, dysrhythmia management, electrical therapy and cardiac pharmacology. Students practice intensive patient management simulation. The student receives Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification upon successful course completion.
Course Meets 5/14-8/29 2 Saturday dates TBA Class also meets M-F 9:00-5:00 week of 7/14-7/18
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 20, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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8.000 Credits
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Class 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm MW Other May 14, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Monty J Ruff (P)E-mail, Christopher Bascomb E-mail, Scott J Chapman E-mail, Stephen P Gaughan E-mail, Sandra L Mizula E-mail, John Peter O'Brien E-mail, David R Owen E-mail, Solon W Sadoway E-mail, Matthew F Sandler E-mail, Zachary Smith E-mail, Kathleen Sullivan E-mail


Student Internship in EGR - 23072 - EGR 293 - 1
Internship by arrangement 6/16 -8/15 for E. Baird.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Jun 15, 2014 to Jun 18, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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Internship Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus Jun 16, 2014 - Aug 15, 2014 Internship Theodore Johnson (P)E-mail


Student Internship in EGR - 23073 - EGR 293 - 3
Internship by arrangement 6/16 - 8/25 for D. Nims
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Jun 17, 2014 to Jun 19, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus Jun 16, 2014 - Aug 28, 2014 Internship Theodore Johnson (P)E-mail


College Writing Strategies - 22999 - ENG 090 - 1
Develops the writing strategies, critical thinking skills, research methods, and confidence required in English Composition I and other college-level courses. This course covers word processing and methods of using print texts, electronic texts and databases, as well as techniques for evaluating those resources. This course does not satisfy the English composition requirements of the College and does not fulfill associate degree credit requirements. "C-" is the lowest passing grade in this course.
This is an online course. There is one optional (not required) meeting 6/9 from 5:30-6:30 pm in N314. Course runs 6/9-7/9. For more information, go to: http://web.banner.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: monahan@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jun 10, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line Jun 09, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Christine M. Monahan (P)E-mail


English Composition I: The Impact of Language - 22993 - ENG 105 - 1
Develops a personal writing style to express the results of critical and analytic thinking. This course is designed for the student who enjoys reading and writing and includes assignments from essays, novels, poetry, and other materials which serve as models and sources for written exercises. The student explores the history of the English language. The topics for discussion and writing include the languages of race, gender, advertising, and politics. The course includes word processing methods and research and documentation using print and electronic texts. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105.
Course meets 5/22-7/8
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: E-English Composition Courses

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3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 1:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N314 May 22, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Stephen Poulin (P)E-mail


Women in Literature I - 22763 - ENG 247 - 1
A study of works by women writers through the 19th century. Students discuss literature in various genres within the historical and social context of the times, in relation to early literary movements and from the perspective of a unique female literary tradition.
Course meets 5/22-7/8.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

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Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N330B May 22, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Lillian Ruiz (P)E-mail


Valley Geology - 22761 - GEO 103 - 1
An introduction to the unique geology and geohistory of our region. Topics include rocks, minerals, rivers, glaciers, dinosaurs, continental drift, resources, and geologic hazards. Lab required. NOTE: If credit is granted for GEO 103, it cannot also be granted for either GEO 101 or GEO 102.
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

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4.000 Credits
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Class 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm MTW Main Building on Main Campus N350 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture/Lab George D Price (P)E-mail


History of the American People to 1865 - 22994 - HIS 105 - 1
Economic, social, and cultural development of the American people prior to the Civil War. Utopianism; the Revolutionary Era; the development of national consciousness; consensus and conflicts; constitutionalism; the roots of American foreign policy; race relations; slavery and war. NOTE: Students may receive credit for HIS 105 or 107, but not for both.
Course meets 5/21-7/9
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

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Class 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm MW Main Building on Main Campus N333 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Dovi Afesi (P)E-mail


Introduction to Topics in Humanities - 23054 - HUM 108 - 1
A one-semester course concentrating on a specified topic or period in the humanities (art, dance, geography, history, language, literature, music, philosophy, and theater). Students learn about the disciplines of the humanities that influence and are influenced by culture, and how the interplay of passion and creativity combine to give meaning and identity to perspectives of society. Topics or major themes are announced each semester.
Course is reserved for Upward Bound students. Course meets at Northfield Mount Hermon campus. Gisele Litalien is the approval contact: glitalien@nmhschool.org or call: 413.498.3652. Course runs 6/23-7/29.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: May 27, 2014 to Jun 24, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Grant or Contract Course (Day) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 8:30 am - 10:35 am MTWR Other Jun 23, 2014 - Jul 29, 2014 Lecture Carlin Mackie (P)E-mail


Introduction to Topics in Humanities - 23055 - HUM 108 - 3
A one-semester course concentrating on a specified topic or period in the humanities (art, dance, geography, history, language, literature, music, philosophy, and theater). Students learn about the disciplines of the humanities that influence and are influenced by culture, and how the interplay of passion and creativity combine to give meaning and identity to perspectives of society. Topics or major themes are announced each semester.
Course reserved for Upward Bound students. Course meets at Northfield Mount Hermon campus. Gisele Litalien is the approval contact: glitalien@nmhschool.org or call: 413.498.3652. Course runs 6/23-7/29.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: May 27, 2014 to Jun 24, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

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3.000 Credits
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Class 8:30 am - 10:35 am MTWR Other Jun 23, 2014 - Jul 29, 2014 Lecture Cassie Sanchez (P)E-mail


Introduction to Topics in Humanities - 23056 - HUM 108 - 5
A one-semester course concentrating on a specified topic or period in the humanities (art, dance, geography, history, language, literature, music, philosophy, and theater). Students learn about the disciplines of the humanities that influence and are influenced by culture, and how the interplay of passion and creativity combine to give meaning and identity to perspectives of society. Topics or major themes are announced each semester.
Course reserved for Upward Bound students. Course meets at Northfield Mount Hermon campus. Gisele Litalien is the approval contact: glitalien@nmjschool.org or call: 413.498.3652. Course runs 6/23-7/29.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: May 27, 2014 to Jun 24, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Grant or Contract Course (Day) Campus
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Class 10:45 am - 12:45 pm MTWR Other Jun 23, 2014 - Jul 29, 2014 Lecture Carlin Mackie (P)E-mail


Media and Popular Culture - 22762 - HUM 153 - 1
Discussion and critique of photographs, film, and video from the Depression to the present. Analyses of the influences of mass-media images on popular culture. Focus is on developing visual literacy and critical thinking.
Course meets 6/10-8/7. This is an Extended Summer I course.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jun 12, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

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Class 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N247 Jun 10, 2014 - Aug 07, 2014 Lecture Lillian Ruiz (P)E-mail


Personal Fitness Training - 22937 - LED 157 - 1
To help students at all fitness levels learn safe and proper exercise techniques and the importance of nutrition to promote a healthy lifestyle. The course introduces a circuit of calisthenic and dynamic movements for a whole body workout that includes strength and cardiovascular endurance. Participants progress at their own pace through the course activities. NOTE: This course may be repeated three times for credit. Students may not earn more than four credits combined for LED 157 and LED 158. Special Requirement: Students participate in movement every class. Specific footwear and clothing requirements will be discussed in the first class session, or students may email the instructor prior to class for further information.
Course meets 5/21-7/9
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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Class 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm MWF East Building on Main Campus E107 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Stephen M Roy (P)E-mail


Basic Mathematics Skills - 22749 - MAT 090 - 1
Useful as a foundation for math and math related courses, for developing quantitative job skills, or as a refresher. Students use a variety of materials and problem-solving techniques to deepen their understanding of basic arithmetic operations, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, rates, proportions, and percents. Students analyze problems and arrive at solutions using the techniques of mathematical reasoning. Students practice mathematical discovery and develop study skills for math. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill degree or certificate requirements. A grade of C minus or higher is required to pass this course (Ds are not awarded). Students may receive credit for MAT 090 (MAT 100), or MAT 090S, but not for both.
Course Meets 5/22 - 7/8.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

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3.000 Credits
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Class 9:30 am - 12:30 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N407 May 22, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Lecture Phyllis Keenan (P)E-mail


Basic Mathematics Skills - 22928 - MAT 090 - 3
Useful as a foundation for math and math related courses, for developing quantitative job skills, or as a refresher. Students use a variety of materials and problem-solving techniques to deepen their understanding of basic arithmetic operations, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, rates, proportions, and percents. Students analyze problems and arrive at solutions using the techniques of mathematical reasoning. Students practice mathematical discovery and develop study skills for math. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill degree or certificate requirements. A grade of C minus or higher is required to pass this course (Ds are not awarded). Students may receive credit for MAT 090 (MAT 100), or MAT 090S, but not for both.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online class with no required meetings. The exams must be taken either at the testing center by appointment or at a remotely proctored site arranged by the student but with approval of the instructor. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email the instructor at barthelemym@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Michelle M Barthelemy (P)E-mail


Preparatory Course for Algebra - 22790 - MAT 094 - 1
A preparatory course for Introductory Algebra, MAT 095 (105). This course is for students with a working knowledge of arithmetic who have never had algebra before or who would benefit from a slower introduction to algebra. Students study many of the topics covered in Introductory Algebra but at a significantly more elementary level and at a slower pace. Topics include the concept of a variable, negative numbers, numeric and algebraic expressions, linear equations in one variable, positive exponents and square roots, and an introduction to graphing of equations in two variables. Students work with applications to help them understand and connect algebraic concepts to real world situations. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill degree or certificate requirements. A grade of C minus or higher is required to pass this course (Ds are not awarded).
Course meets 5/22 - 7/17.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 27, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

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Class 8:30 am - 11:00 am TR Main Building on Main Campus N403 May 22, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Lecture Norman J Beebe (P)E-mail
Class 8:30 am - 11:00 am TR Main Building on Main Campus N403 Jul 10, 2014 - Jul 17, 2014 Lecture Norman J Beebe (P)E-mail


Introductory Algebra - 22930 - MAT 095 - 1
An introductory algebra course that assumes a working knowledge of basic arithmetic skills. Students study topics that include the concept of a variable, negative numbers, properties of real numbers, numeric and algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities in one variable including their graphic representations, ratio and proportion, quadratic equations (with no linear term) in one variable, integer exponents (including scientific notation) and graphing of two-variable equations(by plotting points). Students work with applications throughout the course to help them understand and connect algebraic concepts to real world situations. NOTE: This course may not be used to fulfill degree or certificate requirements. A grade of C minus or higher is required to pass this course (Ds are not awarded).
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9. No class on 6/20 and 6/27.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

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3.000 Credits
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Class 8:30 am - 11:00 am MWF Main Building on Main Campus N403 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Norman J Beebe (P)E-mail


College Algebra - 22750 - MAT 107 - 1
The study of functions. This course is a gateway to the study of higher level mathematics and a useful preparation for courses with quantitative content. Students investigate the principles, properties, and applications of several common types of functions from numerical, algebraic, and graphical perspectives and use these functions to model real world problems. Principle types include polynomial, rational, composite and inverse functions. The course also introduces exponential and logarithmic functions and briefly examines absolute value, root, step, and piecewise functions. Students use graphing calculators extensively.
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9. This is a HYBRID class: 64% will be online, and 36% in class. This class will use MyMathLab. Access to high speed internet is highly recommended. For more info contact instructors: cavanaugh@gcc.mass.edu or worthc@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: M-Math/Quantitative Reasoning

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Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 10:30 am TR Main Building on Main Campus N405 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Caitlin Worth (P)E-mail, Linda M Cavanaugh E-mail


Introduction to Statistics - 22886 - MAT 114 - 1
An introduction to statistics that teaches broadly relevant concepts. Topics include but are not limited to graphical and numerical methods for summarizing data; linear regression and correlation; normal probability distributions; confidence intervals; statistical inference and hypothesis testing. Laboratory activities emphasize the analysis of real world data. Students use computer software to enhance the study of mathematics.
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: M-Math/Quantitative Reasoning

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4.000 Credits
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Class 10:30 am - 12:25 pm MTWR Main Building on Main Campus N401 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Elizabeth M Brown (P)E-mail


Mathematical Problem Solving - 22931 - MAT 117 - 1
Provides students in the liberal arts with a foundation to mathematical reasoning and quantitative skills in decision making processes. Students focus on ideas rather than techniques as they implement problem solving strategies. The course introduces students to topics that might include, but are not limited to mathematical modeling, graph theory, the mathematics of social choice, growth and symmetry, descriptive statistics, and probability.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online class with no required meetings. The exams must be taken either at the testing center by appt or at a remotely proctored site arranged by the student but with approval of the instructor. For more informaiton go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email the instructor at worthc@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: M-Math/Quantitative Reasoning

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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Caitlin Worth (P)E-mail


Introduction to Medical Terminology - 22888 - MOM 110 - 1
Provides students with a foundation to recognize medical terms using the four-word part approach of prefix, word root, suffix, and combining vowel. Students master terminology related to health care delivery, with an emphasis on improving written and oral communication skills. Medical terminology is applied through the use of pathology, case studies and medical histories. NOTE: Students may receive credit for MOM 110 or ADM 122, but not for both.
Course runs 5/21 - 8/27. This is a fully online class. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email dodge@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 28, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Jeanne A Dodge (P)E-mail


Introduction to Professional Nursing and the Nursing Process - 22992 - NUR 112 - 1
Introduces the concepts of the curriculum framework: cultural competence, professional development, communication, collaboration, clinical reasoning and client-centered care. Utilizing the nursing process as the foundation for professional nursing practice provides licensed practical nurse with the opportunity to demonstrate assessment of client health care status through the use of Gordon's functional health patterns and physical assessment skills. Nursing care planning for the older adult and maternity client and family are introduced. Comparative discussions related to the care of the pediatric client and family provide an exploration of the pediatric experience. Attention is paid to the LPN to RN transition. Introduces service learning, focusing on a health promotion activity provided in the community.
Course meets by arrangement. 5/21-8/27
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 23, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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2.000 Credits
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Class TBA   East Building on Main Campus May 21, 2014 - Aug 20, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E155 Jun 24, 2014 - Jun 24, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E167 Jun 24, 2014 - Jun 24, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E124 Jun 24, 2014 - Jun 24, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E167 Jul 22, 2014 - Jul 22, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E124 Jul 22, 2014 - Jul 22, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E155 Jul 22, 2014 - Jul 22, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E155 Aug 12, 2014 - Aug 12, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E167 Aug 12, 2014 - Aug 12, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail
Class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm T East Building on Main Campus E124 Aug 12, 2014 - Aug 12, 2014 Lecture Melanie Ames Zamojski (P)E-mail, Laurie A Meunier E-mail


Interpersonal Communication - 22996 - PCS 141 - 1
Provides an opportunity for students to increase their ability to communicate effectively in daily interactions through the study of basic interpersonal communication concepts and the practice of speaking, listening, and conflict resolution skills. Students identify and analyze current communication patterns as a step toward increasing interpersonal communication competence.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 5/21-7/9. For more information, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: morin@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Kimberley K Morin (P)E-mail


Introduction to Philosophy - 22841 - PHI 103 - 1
Introduction to the major, classical philosophical problems through a thematic approach. Emphasis on active, informal discussion of contemporary issues.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 5/21-7/9. For more information, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: makinsterd@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning David P. Makinster (P)E-mail


Principles of Psychology - 22764 - PSY 101 - 1
Introduction to the field of psychology and human behavior. The student considers such topics as the history of psychology, research methods, psychophysiology, sensation, perception, learning, cognition, memory, development, motivation, personality, and mental illness.
Course meets 5/22 - 7/8.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Term
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TR East Building on Main Campus E123 May 22, 2014 - Jul 08, 2014 Lecture Lisa Fiorenzo (P)E-mail


Abnormal Psychology - 22840 - PSY 209 - 1
A review of research methods, assessment procedures, the history of mental illness, and the major perspectives utilized in understanding mental illness. The course gives particular attention to the diagnostic system and categorization of conditions as developed by the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) as well as attention to current psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological treatment interventions.
Course meets 5/21 - 7/9.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm MW East Building on Main Campus E123 May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Lecture Joshua M Becker (P)E-mail


Human Growth and Development - 22756 - PSY 217 - 1
A survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from birth through death. Framework for the study of the individual's cumulative, integrative growth experience. Theories of development and their applications.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email the instructor at beckerj@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Joshua M Becker (P)E-mail


Human Growth and Development - 23051 - PSY 217 - 3
A survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from birth through death. Framework for the study of the individual's cumulative, integrative growth experience. Theories of development and their applications.
Course runs 5/21 - 7/9. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more informaiton go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email the instructor at beckerj@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Joshua M Becker (P)E-mail


Internship in Science - 23074 - SCI 293 - 1
Internship by arrangement 6/14 - 8/28 for E. Blevin
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Jun 17, 2014 to Jun 19, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Internship Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus Jun 16, 2014 - Aug 28, 2014 Internship Teresa Jones (P)E-mail


Social Problems - 23006 - SOC 201 - 1
A sociological examination of the nature, structure, causes, and consequences of social problems, with a particular focus on their interconnections. The course uses major theoretical frameworks to examine social problems at both the micro and macro level. The course investigates a variety of social problems, with a focus on problems in the United States. The course examines how to define and distinguish social problems from social issues.
This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.edu/online/ or email the instructor at kapitulikb@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer I 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to May 22, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line May 21, 2014 - Jul 09, 2014 Distance Learning Brian P Kapitulik (P)E-mail



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