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Wild Foods - 23373 - AGR 116 - 2
A basic introduction to observing, identifying, harvesting and preserving native plants, herbs and weeds for edible and nutritional purposes. Topics also include how common weeds, including invasive species, can be turned in to value-added products--improving the productivity of farms, gardens or homesteads. Special Requirement: field trips; students assume any travel costs. Students must traverse uneven landscape.
Course meets 7/15 - 8/12 on these days/times: Tuesdays 7/15 and 7/22 from 1-4pm on campus; and on 8/5 from 10am-4pm and 8/12 from 1-4pm class meets off campus TBA. No class 7/29.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 16, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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Lecture/Field Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm T Main Building on Main Campus S420 Jul 15, 2014 - Jul 22, 2014 Lecture Brittany Wood Nickerson (P)E-mail
Class 10:00 am - 4:00 pm T Field Location Aug 05, 2014 - Aug 05, 2014 Field Brittany Wood Nickerson (P)E-mail
Class 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm T Field Location Aug 12, 2014 - Aug 12, 2014 Field Brittany Wood Nickerson (P)E-mail


Internship in Agriculture I - 23421 - AGR 293 - 2
Internship by arrangement for Nate Rogers.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

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Internship Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   Main Building on Main Campus Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 21, 2014 Internship Abrah J Dresdale (P)E-mail


Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States and the Global System - 23230 - ANT 104 - 2
An introduction to basic concepts of cultural anthropology. Students compare cultures of increasing scale and investigate specific universal issues related to why cultures change, who benefits from such change, and the costs of such changes. The course begins with an introduction to anthropological fieldwork, and continues with the description and analysis of different cultures representing domestic-scale autonomous tribal societies; politically organized, class-based systems and ancient empires; and global, industrial market based civilizations.
Course runs 7/10 - 8/27. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at vouros@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Gregory C Vouros (P)E-mail


History of Modern Art - 23314 - AHS 107 - 2
A survey of modern art from Post-Impressionism to the present. Topics include major expressions in painting, sculpture, performance, installation, architecture; an examination of the role of the artist in society and culture; and of the importance of art throughout modern history. NOTE: Students may receive credit for ART 107 or AHS 107, but not for both.
Course runs 7/10-8/26
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
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3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N330B Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Breta E. Petraccia (P)E-mail


Biology I - 23228 - BIO 126 - 2
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 7/10 - 8/27. Five seats reserved for STEM Starter Academy students.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Lecture/Lab Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 5:00 pm - 8:25 pm TWR Main Building on Main Campus S312 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Shannon L Compton (P)E-mail
Class 5:00 pm - 8:25 pm TWR Main Building on Main Campus S341 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Shannon L Compton (P)E-mail


Human Anatomy and Physiology II - 23180 - BIO 196 - 2
A second semester of a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, including endocrinology, blood, cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, lymphatic system, immunity, respiratory anatomy and physiology, digestive anatomy and physiology, metabolism, urinary anatomy and physiology, fluid dynamics, reproductive anatomy and physiology, genetics, and development. This is a Lab course that may require animal tissue dissection. NOTE: Students may receive credit for BIO 106 or BIO 196, but not for both.
Course meets 7/14 - 8/27.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 MT Main Building on Main Campus S312 Jul 14, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:25 pm W Main Building on Main Campus S406 Jul 16, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Laboratory Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail


Human Anatomy and Physiology II - 23296 - BIO 196 - 4
A second semester of a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, including endocrinology, blood, cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, lymphatic system, immunity, respiratory anatomy and physiology, digestive anatomy and physiology, metabolism, urinary anatomy and physiology, fluid dynamics, reproductive anatomy and physiology, genetics, and development. This is a Lab course that may require animal tissue dissection. NOTE: Students may receive credit for BIO 106 or BIO 196, but not for both.
Course meets 7/10 - 8/26.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 R Main Building on Main Campus S406 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 21, 2014 Laboratory Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:25 pm MT Main Building on Main Campus S312 Jul 14, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Stephanie A Moeckel Cole (P)E-mail


Microcomputer Software Tools I - 23382 - CIS 140 - 2
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.
This is an online course
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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   East Building on Main Campus Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


Microcomputer Software Tools II - 23206 - CIS 141 - 2
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 7/10 - 8/27. 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 II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Douglas H Wilkins (P)E-mail


College Reading Strategies - 23367 - ENG 094 - 2
Develops reading study skills for comprehension, vocabulary building, and critical reading and thinking. Students learn techniques for effectively and efficiently obtaining information from reading materials, especially textbooks. The course covers word processing and methods for conducting research 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. NOTE: Students may receive credit for COL 090 or ENG 094, but not for both.
Course meets 7/10-8/26
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N314 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Wendy Barnes (P)E-mail


English Composition I: Expository Writing - 23368 - ENG 101 - 2
Focuses on the writing of essays. This course offers students the opportunity to understand writing as a process and to develop clear, effective presentation of ideas. The student develops an awareness of the relationship between writer and reader. 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.
This is an online class with no required meetings. Course runs 7/10-8/27. For more information, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: kearnst@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: E-English Composition Courses

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Trevor Kearns (P)E-mail


English Composition II: Exploring Literature - 23369 - ENG 112 - 2
Examination and analysis of the three major literary genres: prose fiction, poetry, and drama. Writing assignments emphasize the formal, thoughtful, "critical" paper, but do not preclude more personal and creative responses. Students develop analytical standards for both reading and writing about literature. The course includes selections from a wide variety of authors. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 7/10-8/27. For more information, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: monahan@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: E-English Composition Courses

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Christine M. Monahan (P)E-mail


English Composition II: Exploring Literature - 23391 - ENG 112 - 4
Examination and analysis of the three major literary genres: prose fiction, poetry, and drama. Writing assignments emphasize the formal, thoughtful, "critical" paper, but do not preclude more personal and creative responses. Students develop analytical standards for both reading and writing about literature. The course includes selections from a wide variety of authors. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 7/10-8/27. For more information, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online or email instructor at: monahan@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: E-English Composition Courses

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
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3.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Christine M. Monahan (P)E-mail


Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies - 23320 - GWS 115 - 2
Introduction to gender and women's studies as a basis for understanding human development, social systems, and the historical and biological perspectives that affect people's lives in the contemporary world.
Cousre runs 7/10 - 8/27. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at monahan@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Christine M. Monahan (P)E-mail


Introduction to Geography - 23364 - GGY 101 - 2
Explores major geographic concepts, contemporary world regions and the development of the science of geography. Subjects of discussion range from basic map and globe concepts to population dynamics and economic development. Student use case studies from around the world to increase their awareness of geography.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 7/10-8/27. For more informtion, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: lallymichael@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Michael Lally (P)E-mail


History of the American People to 1865 - 23366 - HIS 105 - 2
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.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 7/10-8/27. For more information, go to: http://web. gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: obrienl@gcc.mass.edu . The extra meeting times are optional only for info on how to access course and how to use Moodle.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm R Main Building on Main Campus N241 Jul 10, 2014 - Jul 10, 2014 Distance Learning Liam O'Brien (P)E-mail
Class 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm R Main Building on Main Campus N241 Jul 10, 2014 - Jul 10, 2014 Distance Learning Liam O'Brien (P)E-mail
Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Liam O'Brien (P)E-mail


History of the American People to 1865 - 23402 - HIS 105 - 4
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.
This is an online course with no required meetings. Course runs 7/10-8/27. For more information, go to: http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at: obrienl@gcc.mass.edu . Additional meeting times are optional for help with course access and Moodle use.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm R Main Building on Main Campus N241 Jul 10, 2014 - Jul 10, 2014 Distance Learning Liam O'Brien (P)E-mail
Class 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm R Main Building on Main Campus N241 Jul 10, 2014 - Jul 10, 2014 Distance Learning Liam O'Brien (P)E-mail
Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Liam O'Brien (P)E-mail


Personal Fitness Training - 23323 - LED 157 - 2
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 7/14-8/27.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: G-General Elective

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
1.000 Credits
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Class 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm MWF East Building on Main Campus E107 Jul 14, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Stephen M Roy (P)E-mail


Introductory Algebra - 23318 - MAT 095 - 2
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 7/10 - 8/26. Five seats reserved for STEM Starter Academy students.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N404 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Laura RF Rubinaccio (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TRF East Building on Main Campus E164 Aug 11, 2014 - Aug 22, 2014 Lecture Laura RF Rubinaccio (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm F Main Building on Main Campus N404 Aug 22, 2014 - Aug 22, 2014 Lecture Laura RF Rubinaccio (P)E-mail


Introductory Algebra - 23392 - MAT 095 - 4
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 7/10 - 8/26.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus S420 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Amy Nicole Ehmann (P)E-mail


Intermediate Algebra - 23319 - MAT 096 - 2
Develops algebra skills and a conceptual understanding of algebraic topics, and focuses on the relationship between algebraic, graphical, and numeric approaches to solving problems. Students study topics that include linear equations and systems of equations, methods for solving problems, radicals and radical equations, quadratic equations and the quadratic formula, rational exponents and rational expressions. The course places emphasis on graphing in the Cartesian coordinate system with particular stress on graphing linear equations and systems of equations. Students work at times with calculators and/or computers. 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 7/10 - 8/27. Five seats reserved for STEM Starter Academy students.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: D-Developmental Course

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 10:55 am MTWR Main Building on Main Campus N435 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Jessica Turner (P)E-mail
Class 9:00 am - 10:55 am MTWR East Building on Main Campus E123 Aug 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Jessica Turner (P)E-mail


Precalculus - 23181 - MAT 108 - 2
A preparation for MAT 201 and the physical sciences. Students study principles, properties, and applications of functions and their graphs. They revisit functions introduced in MAT 107 and expand their knowledge of them. The course focuses heavily on circular trigonometric functions and introduces conic sections. Laboratory activities place particular emphasis on the use of functions to model real problems. Computers and/or graphing calculators are used to enhance the study of mathematics.
Course meets 7/10 - 8/26. This is a HYBRID class: 64% will be online, and 36% in class. This class will use WileyPlus. Access to a highspeed internet is highly recommended. For more information contact instructor WorthC@gcc.mass.edu Five seats reserved for STEM Starter Academy students.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: M-Math/Quantitative Reasoning

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
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 N401 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Hybrid Distance & Campus Mtgs Caitlin Worth (P)E-mail


Mathematical Problem Solving - 23182 - MAT 117 - 2
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 meets 7/10 - 8/26.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: M-Math/Quantitative Reasoning

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 9:30 am - 12:30 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N405 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Solomon Abraham (P)E-mail
Class 9:30 am - 12:30 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus S311 Aug 12, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Solomon Abraham (P)E-mail


Public Speaking - 23184 - PCS 101 - 2
Principles of public speaking as communication, stressing the role of the speaker in the communication process. The course emphasizes the proper preparation and delivery of speeches. Each student delivers a minimum of five speeches and participates in small group activities. NOTE: Students may receive credit for PCS 101 or PCS 131, but not both.
Course meets 7/10-8/26
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HL-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
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3.000 Credits
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Class 9:00 am - 12:00 pm TR Main Building on Main Campus N247 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Lillian Ruiz (P)E-mail


Principles of Psychology - 23183 - PSY 101 - 2
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 7/10 - 8/26.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Term
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 TR East Building on Main Campus E123 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 26, 2014 Lecture Thomas N Harrison (P)E-mail


Human Growth and Development - 23210 - PSY 217 - 2
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 meets 7/14 - 8/27.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm MW East Building on Main Campus E123 Jul 14, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture Meaghan E Pilling (P)E-mail


Meteorology - 23371 - SCI 117 - 2
An introductory course in meteorology, which is a study of how the atmosphere interacts with solar energy to create dynamic weather systems. The student applies basic meteorological and climatological principles to the study of local and regional weather patterns. Students do a portion of their work in the computer lab.
Course meets 7/10 - 8/27. 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 johnsont@gcc.mass.edu
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Distance Learning Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Theodore Johnson (P)E-mail


Cosmic Life Becomes You: Scientific Literacy for Today - 23372 - SCI 141 - 2
An introduction to the joy of science for all comers through the exploration of the beauty, wonder, and interconnectedness of the natural world. Together the class explores contemporary issues in cosmology, astronomy, physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, and art through dialogue, group research, and guest experts. The course helps the student to work with models, experimentation, and laboratory verification to understand the physical world.
Course meets 7/10 - 8/27. May be taken credit free. Five seats reserved for STEM Starter Academy students.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NC-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Core

Grant or Contract Course (Eve) Campus
Lecture/Lab Schedule Type
4.000 Credits
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Class 8:00 am - 10:30 am MTWR East Building on Main Campus E126 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Lecture/Lab Theodore Johnson (P)E-mail


Principles of Sociology - 23256 - SOC 101 - 2
The study of society through basic concepts and scientific methodology. Examines culture, social systems, institutions, status, role, norms, interaction, deviance, small groups, and social stratifications.
Course runs 7/10 - 8/26. This is an online class with no required meetings. for more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at KapitulikB@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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 Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Brian P Kapitulik (P)E-mail


Principles of Sociology - 23334 - SOC 101 - 4
The study of society through basic concepts and scientific methodology. Examines culture, social systems, institutions, status, role, norms, interaction, deviance, small groups, and social stratifications.
Course runs 7/10 - 8/26. This is an online class with no required meetings. For more information go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/online/ or email instructor at kapitulikb@gcc.mass.edu.
Associated Term: Summer II 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Jul 11, 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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Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class TBA   On-Line Jul 10, 2014 - Aug 27, 2014 Distance Learning Brian P Kapitulik (P)E-mail



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