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 ACC110 - Small Business Computerized Accounting
Credit
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This course provides an overview of a computerized accounting system for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Topics include: Setting up the business and accounts, invoicing and receiving payments, creating automatic transactions and alerts, analyzing payables and receivables, reconciling accounts, and generating financial statements and reports. Fulfills open and business electives. (1 hour of lecture per week)
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ACC110–OL
17822
Spring
2017

 
Distance Learning 1 16/24 Jan 30, 2017
Mar 4, 2017
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  ACC110 OL uses QuickBooks software. A PC is necessary. At this point, the QuickBooks software used for the class has limited or no Mac accessibility, reason for which students taking this class are strongly advised to make sure they have access to a Windows based computer for the duration of the course. This is a distance learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. Runs Jan 30- Mar 4. Deadline for 100% refund: Feb 1. Withdraw deadline: Feb 25.

 ACC201 - Intermediate Accounting 1
Credit
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Pre: ACC102 or ACC108
An in-depth study of accounting concepts, theory, and principles as applied to financial accounting. Focuses on the preparation and analysis of the income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows. Emphasis is on accounting issues relating to cash, temporary investments, receivables, inventories, and time value of money. Fulfills open and business electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ACC201–XL
19088
Spring
2017
12:30 PM
02:35 PM
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Lynn/McGee
LW203
3 4/30 Mar 20, 2017
May 6, 2017
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  ACC201 XL runs March 20 - May 5 for seven weeks. Deadline to receive 100% refund of tuition and fees: March 26. Withdrawal deadline: April 27.

 BIO101 - Biology 1:The Basics of Life
Credit
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
An introduction to the basic principles of biology. The course covers the chemistry of the cell, cell structure and function, cell division, genetics and some evolution. The laboratory is designed to enhance lecture and to develop investigative skills. (3 hours of lecture, 2 hours of lab per week) Fulfills open, liberal arts, and lab science sequence elective when taken with BIO102 or BIO128 and BIO130, or BIO140 or BIO 142.
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BIO101–OL1
19156
Spring
2017

 
Distance Learning 4 22/24 Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
R Westphal View
  This is an online course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This course runs January 30 - May 8. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Feb 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 19.

 BUS106 - Introduction to Excel
Credit
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This course provides basic training in Microsoft Excel for Windows. Students will learn the essentials of spreadsheet creations, including data entry and editing, formatting, printing, saving, and retrieving worksheets. Other topics include creating and using simple formulas and functions, moving and copying data, Autofill, and Fill Right/Down features. Both business and personal spreadsheet applications geared to class participants will be completed in class. Fulfills open, business, and software electives.
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BUS106–OL
12862
Spring
2017

 
Distance Learning 1 16/28 Jan 30, 2017
Mar 4, 2017
J Bosco View
  BUS106 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This course runs January 30 - March 4. Deadline for 100% refund: February 1. Withdrawal deadline: FEB 25.

 CFS102 - Meat/Poultry/Fish Fabrication & Production
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiency
Co: CFS101
Students will learn to identify meat, poultry and fish structure, primal and sub-primal cuts, methods of cutting and grading, and the proper cooking methods for each.
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CFS102–R
12866
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
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Middleton/NSBC
116B
2 6/15 Feb 21, 2017
Mar 28, 2017
K Demchenko View
  *CFS102 R meets Feb 21 - March 28. Deadline for 100% tuition and fees: Feb 21. Withdrawal deadline: March 21. Knife kit and chef uniform are required for this course.

 CFS108 - Table Service
Credit
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This five-week course deals with the smooth and efficient management of the dining room. On-site instruction is provided as students take part in all aspects of running a dining room, including customer relations, table settings, napkin folding, seating, billing, etc.
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CFS108–R
12239
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
   WednesdayThursday
Middleton/NSBC
118
2 11/16 Feb 22, 2017
Mar 30, 2017
L Tirrell View
  *CFS108 R meets February 22 - March 30. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees:February 22. Withdrawal deadline: March 23. NOTE: Service uniform is required for this course. This is a writing-supported course.

 CFS110 - Introduction to Garde Manger
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CFS101
Co: CFS102
All areas of the cold kitchen are explored in this introductory course. These include salads, oils and vinegars, cheeses, pates, cold sauces, aspic, chaud foid, garnishes, and cold buffet presentation.
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CFS110–R
18902
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
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Middleton/NSBC
119E
2 11/12 Apr 3, 2017
May 2, 2017
D Phillips View
  CFS110 R meets April 3 - May 2. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: April 3. Withdrawal deadline: April 25. Knife kit and chef uniform are required for this course.

 CFS116 - Banquet and Function Management
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This five-week course will cover the operation of a banquet style facility. It includes hands-on operation in areas of dealing directly with the public, running a dining room smoothly, and merging kitchen and dining room operations into a pleasing whole.
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CFS116–R
14318
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
   WednesdayThursday
Middleton/NSBC
118
2 9/16 Apr 5, 2017
May 4, 2017
L Tirrell View
  CFS116 R meets April 5 - May 4. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: April 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 27. NOTE: Service uniform is required for this course.

 CFS118 - Stocks, Soups, & Sauces
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiency
Co: CFS101 and CFS102
This course focuses on the production of the basic building blocks used in the professional kitchen and their relationship to soups and sauces. Brown and white beef, veal, chicken, fish, and vegetable stocks are prepared from scratch. Various liaisons or thickening agents are covered as well as the classical and petite sauces and their uses as well as a variety of hot and cold soups made from the initial stocks. Fresh herbs and vegetables are introduced as flavor enhancers to finished products. Students will use a variety of large and small kitchen equipment and utensils. Sanitation principles and basic knife skills are emphasized, in addition to weights, measures, accurate yields, and portion control.
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CFS118–R
16710
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
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Middleton/NSBC
116A
2 5/15 Apr 3, 2017
May 2, 2017
K Demchenko View
  CFS118 R meets April 3 - May 2. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: April 3. Withdrawal deadline: April 25. Knife kit and chef uniform are required for this course.

 CFS204 - Classical Baking
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Pre: CFS104
Co: CFS106
Students will incorporate a variety of base products to produce a finished, marketable product line such as cheesecakes, artisan breads and rolls, tortes, mini pastries and specialized cakes that can be used by restaurants, caterers and food service institutions. Many classical and traditional holiday/seasonal items will be produced in class.
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CFS204–R
18340
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
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Middleton/NSBC
116C
2 12/12 Feb 21, 2017
Mar 28, 2017
D Phillips View
  CFS204 R meets February 21 - March 28. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: February 21. Withdrawal deadline: March 21. Knife kit and chef uniform are required for this course.

 CFS206 - A La Carte Restaurant Operations
Credit
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Pre: CFS102
Students will run an a la carte restaurant operation that is open to the public. Each student will rotate through all stations, including sauteing, broiling, roasting, expediting, plating and cleaning.
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CFS206–R
12248
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
   WednesdayThursday
Middleton/NSBC
116B
2 13/14 Feb 22, 2017
Mar 30, 2017
L Bassett View
  CFS206 R meets February 22 - March 30. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: February 22. Withdrawal deadline: March 23. Knife kit and chef uniform are required for this course.

 CFS214 - Buffet & Specialty Food Preparation
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Pre: CFS102
Topics include the planning, preparation, set up and break down of buffets. Domestic, international, holidays, and ethnic buffets will be prepared.
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CFS214–R
14939
Spring
2017
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
   WednesdayThursday
Middleton/NSBC
116B
2 12/14 Apr 5, 2017
May 4, 2017
K Demchenko View
  CFS214 R meets April 5 - May 4. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: April 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 27. Knife kit and chef uniform are required for this course.

 CMP101 - Composition 1
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Pre: Placement exam score
Emphasis is on developing skills of writing, reading, analytical thinking, and research. Students are introduced to thought provoking ideas in readings from a variety of disciplines and learn to organize material, analyze ideas, and produce clear writing. Fulfills open and liberal arts electives.
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CMP101–A10
19144
Spring
2017
05:30 PM
07:10 PM
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Lynn/McGee
LW204
3 19/22 Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
A Perrault View
  This is a late starting course which runs Jan 30 - May 8. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Feb. 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 19.

 CMP104 - Composition 2: Introduction to Literature
Credit
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Pre: CMP101
Emphasis is on analytical and researched writing based on an appreciation of fiction, poetry, and drama. Classic and contemporary authors will be studied. Fulfills open, liberal arts, composition 2, composition -LT, and humanities electives.
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CMP104–RL
19138
Spring
2017
06:30 PM
09:35 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW325
3 15/22 Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
P Kalami View
  This is a late-starting course which runs from Jan 30- May 8. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Feb 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 19.

 COM015 - Composition 1 Seminar
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Pre: Completions of Level 1 Communication Skills class or by placement exam
Co: CMP101A
This course will inform and grow out of the companion Composition 1 Course*. Students will acquire the ability to write a clear, unified and grammatically correct essay, using this class time to break down, analyze and extend material which is related to the Composition 1 course. All phases of the writing process are practiced. This course integrates reading and writing to enable students to develop and reinforce their communication skills. In addition, this course helps students apply their skills to other writing activiites so they may achieve success in college. *(Accelerated Learning Program Course)
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COM015–A10
19146
Spring
2017
07:30 PM
09:10 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW204
3 13/13 Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
A Perrault View
07:30 PM
09:10 PM
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Lynn/McGee
LW303
Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
  This is a late-starting course which runs Jan 30 - May 8. Students taking COM015 A10 must also register for CMP101A A10. Deadline for 100% refunf of tuition and fees: Feb 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 19.

 COM100 - First Year Experience
Credit
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Pre: CPT test score 32 or above or its equivalent
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. Service-Learning is recommended.
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COM100–LF
18841
Spring
2017
01:30 PM
02:30 PM
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Lynn/McGee
LE140
3 9/22 Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
R Green View
  This is a late-starting course which runs Jan 30 - May 8. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Feb 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 19. This is a service-learning course.

 CPS136 - Advanced Computer Networks
Credit
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Co: CPS134
Advanced course in computer networks and internet infrastructure including client-server network, peer-to-peer network, OSI model, network protocols, network file system management, file system security, network administrations and policies, network server management, network services, network performance and fault tolerance. The configuration and administration of client-server networks are used to reinforce the course content. Fulfills open, software, and Web development electives. (4 hours of lecture per week)
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CPS136–XOL
15506
Spring
2017

 
Distance Learning 4 19/28 Feb 21, 2017
Apr 29, 2017
H Guan View
  CPS136 XOL meets February 21 - April 29. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees Feb 27: . Withdrawal deadline: April 19. This is a Distance Learning course. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CPS148 - XML
Credit
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Co: CPS140
This course will provide students with practical experience developing XML solutions, including writing well-formed XML documents, modeling business requirements using XML, coding XML reserved characters, validating an XML document with a DTD, using entities, capturing user requirements with XML Schemas, and writing XSL templates to transform XML documents into HTML. Fulfills open and software electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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CPS148–XOL
11093
Spring
2017

 
Distance Learning 3 25/28 Mar 20, 2017
May 6, 2017
L Wermers View
  CPS148 XOL meets March 20 - May 6. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: March 26. Withdrawal deadline: April 27. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 ECE202 - Using the Expressive Arts With Young Children
Credit
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Identifies the elements of the creative process and traces the development of this process within the student; develops expressive experiences that will guide young children in the discovery of their own creative potential; designs experiences appropriate for children in the specific expressive arts curriculum areas of music, body movement, art, storytelling, drama, and play for their own use both as creative outlets and as therapeutic tools. Fulfills open elective only. (3 hours of lecture per week)
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ECE202–GF
19155
Spring
2017

 
3 19/0 Apr 3, 2017
Jun 26, 2017
L Soucy View

 ECE204 - Children With Special Needs
Credit
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Pre: ECE101
Students will learn to: identify criteria and describe procedures for early identification of children with diverse abilities; identify and describe special needs in the areas of sensory and communication impairments, developmental and physical disabilities, and emotional and behavioral disorders, and evaluate their impact on family and peers; plan for inclusion by designing environments and activities that enhance the strengths of individual children and reflect an awareness of each child's needs.
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ECE204–GF
19153
Spring
2017

 
3 18/0 Mar 20, 2017
May 6, 2017
R Wolkiewicz View

 ECE206 - Supervision & Administration of ECE Programs
Credit
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Students completing this course should be able to: identify a director's responsibilities in various types of agencies serving children and plan strategies to meet them; design a program to meet the needs of children being served that is in compliance with the state's licensing rules and regulations; develop a system of communication involving the home, school, and community that makes use of effective interpersonal skills, and design a method for evaluating both staff and programs.
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ECE206–GF
19154
Spring
2017

 
3 25/0 Apr 3, 2017
Jun 26, 2017
C Yoder View

 HRT230 - Field Placement and Seminar in Horticulture
Credit
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Pre: Communications and Mathematics proficiency
Co: HRT101, HRT106, HRT110, HRT122, HRT210 or by permission of instructor
Students enrolled in the Horiticulture programs are required to successfully complete 240 hours of professionally supervised work in an approved horticultural business. The objective of the field placement is to assist in the development of on-the-job skills, which completes the in-class experience gained in the Horticulture Program. This field placement will also include on-campus, faculty guided seminars, site visits from faculty and employee performance evaluations.
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HRT230–LR
17830
Spring
2017
10:30 AM
12:30 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
6 9/20 Apr 3, 2017
Jun 26, 2017
C Goldfield View
  HRT230 LR runs from April 3 - June 26. Deadline for refund of 100% tuition and fees:APR 9. Withdrawal deadline:JUN 5 There are seven class sessions that meet on the following dates: 4/3, 4/10, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22.

 HUS114A - Curriculum Planning for School-Age Child Care Programs
Credit
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Pre:
An overview of individual learning styles, strength-based learning, the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and Core Competencies, cognitive theory, Out of School Time (OST)standards of quality, curriculum to address ADHD, autistic, bullying behaviors, key points of cooperative discipline, and principles of relationship building.
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HUS114A–GF
19198
Spring
2017

 
1 21/0 Feb 21, 2017
Mar 28, 2017
S Kandler View

 HUS124 - Supervision and Leadership in Human Services
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This course is designed for current and potential supervisors who work in human services. Students will strengthen time management and conflict management skills; assess different forms of leadership and supervision; develop a stronger knowledge base of how each supervisor fits into an organization and promote the team process as an integral part of agency dynamics.
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HUS124–R
18750
Spring
2017
11:30 AM
12:25 PM
     Friday
Danvers/Math&Sci 3 26/20 Mar 20, 2017
May 6, 2017
M Labella View
12:30 PM
04:45 PM
     Friday
Danvers/Math&Sci
214
Mar 20, 2017
May 6, 2017
  HUS124 R is restricted to DDS grant participants. This course runs March 20 - May 6. Deadline to receive 100% refund of tuition & fees: March 26. Withdrawal deadline: April 27.

 OTA201 - Therapeutic Application of Modalities 3
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Pre: BIO104, OTA104 and 110
Co: OTA203 and OTA207
A culminating laboratory course that integrates knowledge and skills for clinical application of the occupational therapy process including evaluation, intervention, and outcomes. Case studies and simulations are utilized to facilitate clinical reasoning in the development and implementation of occupational therapy intervention plans, documentation, and clinical performance. (15 hours of lecture and 60 hours of lab)
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OTA201–RX
15063
Spring
2017
01:30 PM
03:20 PM
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Danvers/HPSS
307
3 11/12 Mar 20, 2017
May 5, 2017
M Malone View
01:30 PM
02:20 PM
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Danvers/HPSS
307
Mar 20, 2017
May 5, 2017
08:30 AM
12:20 PM
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Danvers/HPSS
307
Mar 20, 2017
May 5, 2017
10:30 AM
12:20 PM
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Danvers/HPSS
307
Mar 20, 2017
May 5, 2017
  *OTA201 RX meets for seven weeks: March 20 - May 5. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: March 26. Withdrawal deadline: April 27.

 PTA206 - Physical Therapist Assistant Seminar
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: All required PTA courses, all gen ed courses req in PT
Co: PTA210 and PTA208
Offers a faculty-guided forum for discussion of clinical experiences and knowledge necessary for clinical practice, professional development, and lifelong learning. (15 hours of seminar)
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PTA206–R
10626
Spring
2017
08:30 AM
03:30 PM
 
1 23/25 Mar 20, 2017
May 6, 2017
M Meng-Lee View
  PTA206R meets on March 10 and May 8, 2017.

 SPE102 - Speech
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How do I Register?
Focuses on the nature and effects of verbal communication. Students will become familiar with the communication process, including some of the following: principles of organization, purpose, language structure, effective delivery, and audience analysis. Students individually will use these elements in informative and persuasive speaking in the traditional speaker-audience relationship. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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SPE102–RL
19137
Spring
2017
06:30 PM
09:35 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM101
3 23/22 Jan 30, 2017
May 8, 2017
J Mclaughlin View
  This is a late-starting course which runs Jan 30 - May 8. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Feb 5. Withdrawal deadline: April 19.

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