Danvers Campus

(10 seats in each course reserved for Early College)

 

BIO108 – The Body in Health & Disease                                                                                              
Monday/Wednesday: 1:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Pre: Communications Proficiency

A study of the interrelationships of anatomy, physiology, and pathology with chemical and microbiological consideration for students in the health care field. Primarily for mental health technicians, medical assistants, medical secretaries and public and environmental health officers. Fulfills open, science and liberal arts electives. (3 hours of lecture per week)

FFL100 - First Year Experience (with Health Science focus)                                           
Monday/Wednesday 9:00 am – 12:20 pm
Pre: Reading = 32+ or 220+

This course provides the skills, knowledge, and abilities for academic persistence and performance development, as well as the psychosocial influencers on college and career success. In addition to decision making, critical thinking, study, oral and written communication skills, topics include educational goal setting, college orientation, successful academic behaviors, and career and life planning. Emphasis is placed on cross cultural awareness, personal and social responsibility, resource availability, and college policies and procedures. This course is highly recommended for first-year students and students seeking an Associate Degree. Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.

PHI120 - Medical Ethics                                                                                                                 
Monday/Wednesday: 12:30 pm – 3:50 pm
            
Pre: Communications Proficiency

Recent developments in the bio-medical fields have led to considerable moral perplexity about the rights and duties of patients, health professionals, research subjects, and researchers. This course presents a brief introduction to ethical theory and a set of diverse, carefully selected readings (pro and con) on some of the most contemporary issues in bioethics. Some of these issues that will be analyzed and discussed are the following: abortion and infanticide, the problems of birth defects, euthanasia, psycho-surgery, behavior and genetic control, and the claim to health care.  Fulfills open, liberal arts and humanities electives.

 

Lynn Campus

(10 seats in each course reserved for Early College)

FFL100 - First Year Experience (with Engineering & Computer Science focus)                              
Tuesday/Thursday: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 4:00 pm – 6:50 pm                           
Pre: Reading = 32+ or 220+

This course provides the skills, knowledge, and abilities for academic persistence and performance development, as well as the psychosocial influencers on college and career success. In addition to decision making, critical thinking, study, oral and written communication skills, topics include educational goal setting, college orientation, successful academic behaviors, and career and life planning. Emphasis is placed on cross cultural awareness, personal and social responsibility, resource availability, and college policies and procedures. This course is highly recommended for first-year students and students seeking an Associate Degree

Intro to Robotics and 3D Printing                                                                                                           
Tuesday/Thursday: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
(This is a non-credit course)
Pre:  None

This course will introduce 3D Printing & Robotics Applications using RasPI as a Single-board computer, like a PC, that can do many tasks and runs on Linux (OS - operating system). It involves using a Robot car from a kit where some of its parts are 3D printed. Students will also learn to configure the system to access, program remotely (with Wireless LAN connectivity) and develop various challenges that the Robot learns to do that mimic real life applications either at home, in the enterprise, or on the factory floor.

 

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