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 ACC103 - Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ACC110 and ACC101 or ACC108
A continuation of ACC110 applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as they relate to the use of QuickBooks for analyzing and reporting financial data. Topics include period-end procedures, new company setup-detailed start, payroll processing, jobs and time tracking, customizing company files and customer credits and bad debt write-offs. Fulfills open electives.
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ACC103–OL
98836
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 1 6/25 Oct 11, 2018
Nov 14, 2018
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  ACC103 OL runs Oct 11 - Nov 14 and uses Quickbooks software. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.

 ACC110 - Small Business Computerized Accounting
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiency
This course provides an overview of a computerized accounting system for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Topics include: Handling company files, backing up and restoring company information, entering and paying vendor bills, invoicing and receiving payments, managing inventories, new company setup-express start, payroll setup, and banking and reconciling accounts. Fulfills open electives.
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ACC110–OL1
98837
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 1 11/25 Nov 15, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  ACC110 OL1 runs Nov 15 - Dec 17 and uses Quickbooks software. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.

 ALH186 - Medical Terminology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication Proficiency
Designed to instruct the student in the most common word roots, prefixes, and suffixes in medical terminology. Emphasis is on spelling, word drills, pronunciation exercises, and definition of words. The student develops a broad medical vocabulary used by professionals in medical and allied health fields. Fulfills open elective.
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ALH186–OL2
98924
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 20/20 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
P Demers View
  This is a Distance Learning course. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This course runs October 29 - December 17.

 ANS122 - Fundamentals of Grooming
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This course is designed to familiarize the Animal Care Specialist with all the tools available for grooming dogs and cats. These tools include brushes, combs, dematting tools, nail clippers, scissors, thinning shears, electric clippers, clipper blades, and muzzles. The different coat types will be discussed, as well as which tools do best with which coat types. The student will also become familiar with the numerous shampooing, conditioning, dematting, and styling products available on the market. The student will be taught the skills of brushing, combing, dematting, washing, drying, ear care, foot grooming, and nail clipping. Safety and restraint while performing these skills will also be emphasized. (1 hour of lecture and 6 hours of lab per week)
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ANS122–XR1
91894
Fall
2018
01:00 PM
02:50 PM
    Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
111
1 8/10 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Kaminski View
  *ANS122 XR1 MEETS NOVEMBER 2 - DECEMBER 14. Deadline for 100% refund of Tuition and Fees: NOV 5. Withdrawal deadline: NOV 28.
ANS122–XR2
95496
Fall
2018
01:00 PM
02:50 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/HPSS
111
1 10/10 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Kaminski View
  ANS122 XR2 MEETS OCTOBER 31 - DECEMBER 12. Deadline for 100% refund of Tuition and Fees: NOV 5. Withdrawal deadline: NOV 28.

 ART110 - Basic Drawing 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Students will practice skill building so that they can delineate the shape and form of objects, the dimension of pictorial space, and qualities inherent in the object or its space. Lectures, discussion, demonstrations and individual critiques are directed to develop an appreciation for drawing that recognizes that activity as a formal statement that functions as a record of individual experience. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ART110–AL
99043
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW204
3 18/18 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
D Goldman View
  this is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 ART116 - Introduction to Digital Photography
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
Examine the use of sound photography principles, practices, terminology, digital camera components, lighting, scanning, image criteria, photo resources and purchasing of photography and ethics in image usage. Emphasize use of digital cameras in studios and on location. Investigation of B&W and color theory, usage of models and releases and successful photographers will be included. Producing a professional photography portfolio will be a goal to this course. Fulfills open, liberal arts and humanities electives. Formerly GRA 130.
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ART116–EC
98850
Fall
2018
09:00 AM
12:15 PM
      Saturday
Lynn/McGee
LW303
3 7/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Ambler View
  ART116 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program. This course meets Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 ASL101 - Elementary American Sign Language 1
Credit
How do I Register?
An introduction to ASL, the native language of deaf people in the United States. Emphasis on basic ASL vocabulary and grammatical rules, manual alphabet and numbers, visual/ gestural communication, and information about deaf culture. Fulfills open, liberal arts, humanities, and modern language electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ASL101–EC
93359
Fall
2018
09:00 AM
12:15 PM
      Saturday
Lynn/McGee
LW326
3 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Bedrosian View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17. This section is restricted to students in the Early College program.
ASL101–LR
98876
Fall
2018
01:00 PM
04:15 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LW326
3 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Bedrosian View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 BIO100 - Current Topics in Biology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics proficieny
A survey course of major topics in Biology with an emphasis on current topics. This course will explore the practical impact that modern biological concepts have on our lives. It will focus on current relevant topics in Biology and may include (but is not limited to) cell function, genetics, infectious diseases & cancer, as well as ecology & climate change. Provides a framework for making informed ethical decisions regarding pertinent biological issues. This non-majors course does not meet the pre-requisite for BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology I. The course meets 3 hours of lecture, 2 hours of lab per week and fulfills open, liberal arts, and lab science electives
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BIO100–BL
98817
Fall
2018
04:00 PM
05:25 PM
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Lynn/McGee
LE203
4 11/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Guindon View
05:30 PM
07:25 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW309
Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
  This is a late-starting class that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 BIO101 - Biology 1:The Basics of Life
Credit
How do I Register?
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–LM
99063
Fall
2018
02:05 PM
04:00 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LW309
4 9/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Hezzey View
12:30 PM
02:00 PM
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Lynn/McGee
LW224
Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sept 17 - Dec 17.

 BIO108 - The Body in Health and Disease
Credit
How do I Register?
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)
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BIO108–R
98940
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:25 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
210
3 24/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Pawson View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 BUS103 - Advanced Excel
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100 and ACC101 or ACC108
Utilizes Microsoft Excel for analyzing financial data. Topics include use of advanced formatting and filtering techniques, functions, tools, tables, charts, as well as collaborating, performing what-if-analysis, automating repetitive tasks, and importing and exporting data. Fulfills open elective.
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BUS103–OL
98840
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 1 8/30 Nov 15, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  BUS103 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance. This course runs Nov 15 - Dec 17.

 CFS109 - Principles of Baking
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CFS107
This lab based course will cover baking techniques that are industry standards for bakeries and bake shops. Techniques covered will include but not be limited to pate a choux, puff pastry, tarts, pies, mini pastries, and simple tortes. Students will demonstrate the pre-cooked method, non-yeasted lamination, foaming and rubbed dough method to produce a variety of bakery ready items. Students will focus on classic bakery desserts, holiday and seasonal items.
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CFS109–R2
98861
Fall
2018
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Middleton/NSBC
119E
3 8/12 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
D Phillips View
  CFS109R2 runs Oct 29 - Dec 17.

 CFS234 - Culinary Arts Workplace Seminar
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
Students will have the opportunity to gather first-hand knowledge of various career opportunities and workplace expectations as well as creating applicable tools for the job application process. Question-and-answer sessions with guest speakers from the field will present further opportunities to prepare students for entry into the workplace. Seminar topics will include developing job search skills, preparing cover letters and a resume, mock interviews, and identifying work ethic components needed for success in the workplace.
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CFS234–R
98938
Fall
2018
01:30 PM
02:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Middleton/NSBC
119C
1 1/25 Oct 11, 2018
Nov 14, 2018
Staff View
  CFS234 R runs Oct 11 - Nov 14.

 CHE103 - General Chemistry 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre:Communication Proficiency or PSAT Evidence based Reading and Writing of 550 or above (taken in 2016 or later), or, SAT Evidenced based Reading and Writing of 550 or above (taken in 2016 or later), or ACT English of 22 or above and CEAR 82 or above, or PSAT Math 560 or above or SATM 530 or above (if taken prior to 2016) or SATM 560 or above or ACT 24 or above or MAT 003 or MAT 062 or MAT 094 or MAT 131 or MAT 135 with a C or better or Math Module 12.
This is a descriptive and quantitative general chemistry course designed for science and engineering majors. Topics include: introduction to measurement/significant figures/dimensional analysis/classification of matter, atomic structure/naming ionic and covalent compounds/nuclear processes, stoichiometry including molarity and balancing chemical equations, ionic equations including precipitation, acid-base, and oxidation-reduction reactions, gas laws, thermochemistry, quantum theory/electronic configurations/periodicity, chemical bonding/Lewis structures/resonance/valence bond/hybridization and molecular orbital theory (introductory), molecular geometry (VSEPR)/electronegativity, and other topics as needed. Laboratory work reinforces lecture concepts, and is intended to give students hands-on experience that will help them understand, appreciate, and apply chemical concepts. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and laboratory science electives. (3 hours of lecture, 3 hours of lab per week)
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CHE103–EC1
98862
Fall
2018
04:30 PM
06:05 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
4 7/20 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Gardner View
06:20 PM
09:30 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW310
Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
  CHE103 EC1 is reserved for students in the Early College program.

 CMP101 - Composition 1
Credit
How do I Register?
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–A17
98741
Fall
2018
05:30 PM
07:00 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
211
3 20/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Jean View
  CMP101 A17 is a late start course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.
CMP101–A20
98759
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 22/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
W Lang View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.
CMP101–A23
99076
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM102
3 22/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Flint View
  This is a late-starting course that runs the week beginnning September 17 - December 17th.
CMP101–A24
99087
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
02:40 PM
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Lynn/Modular
LM103
3 4/11 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Carlson View
  This is a 7-week course that runs October 29 - December 17.
CMP101–EC
98872
Fall
2018
04:30 PM
05:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 6/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Barile View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17. All seats are reserved for students in the Early College program.
CMP101–GC
99033
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
310
3 7/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
A Savory View
  This section is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. This is a late-starting course that begins the week of Sep 17 - Dec 17.
CMP101–GC1
98699
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW223
3 12/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Mazzarini View
  CMP101 GC1 is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. This is a late-starting course which begins the week of Sep 17 - Dec 17.
CMP101–LR
98311
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
3 22/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Sherf View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 18 - Dec 18.

 CMP101A - Composition 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Placement exam score
Co: FFL 015
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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CMP101A–A24
99085
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
02:40 PM
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Lynn/Modular
LM103
3 5/11 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
Staff View
  Students taking CMP101A A24 must also register for FFL015 A24. This is a 7-week course that runs October 29 - December 17.

 CMP102 - Composition 2
Credit
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Pre: CMP 101 or CMP 101H
Emphasis is on analytical and researched writing based on a range of texts. Classic and contemporary authors will be studied.
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CMP102–CT1
98427
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:15 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/Modular
LM102
3 15/15 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
N Buscemi View
  This course runs October 29 - December 17. This is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings.
CMP102–CT2
98845
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:15 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
309
3 13/22 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Soferr View
  CMP120 CT2 is a Hybrid course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs October 29 through December 17.
CMP102–OL4
98429
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 22/22 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
R Green View
  CMP102 OL4 runs October 29 - December 17 and is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CPS100 - Information Technology and Its Applications
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This course provides an introduction to the technical and social aspect of IT. Topics include computer hardware, software, telecommunications concepts, Web applications, Internet services, ethical issues, data security, and privacy. IT applications in areas such as business, education, and the arts will be examined. Course projects using operating system, word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software will be integrated throughout the course. CPS100 may be fulfilled by a challenge exam and successfully completing a 3-credit liberal arts course. Credits are not awarded for passing the challeng exam. (3 lecture hours per week). Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.
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CPS100–AL
98941
Fall
2018
05:30 PM
08:45 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW306
3 10/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
A Milligan View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning September 17- December 17.
CPS100–CT1
90445
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:45 AM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
202
3 26/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Wermers View
  CPS100 CT1 is a Hybric course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.
CPS100–CT2
98122
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:15 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW306
3 22/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Wermers View
  CPS100 CT2 is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.
CPS100–LR1
90448
Fall
2018
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW306
3 6/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Stimpson View
  This is a late startig course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17

 CPS130 - Computer Hardware
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100
Examines the principles and skills required to understand and work with computer hardware. Topics include system architecture, CPU and systemboard, memory, I/O devices, disassembly and assembly, documentation, upgrades, system diagnostics and troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance. Instruction includes lectures, demonstrations and hands-on work. Fulfills open and software electives.(3 hours of lecture per week)
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CPS130–XCT
97974
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
01:00 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW210
3 14/16 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
H Guan View
  CPS130 XCT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs Oct 29 - Dec 17.

 CPS173 - Data Management Using Excel
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100 and MAT092 or MAT094 with C or better or CEAR 82 or above
A comprehensive study of the powerful analytical tools in Excel including advanced features to consolidate, analyze, and report information. The analytical tools within PivotTables, PivotCharts, and data tables will be covered along with advanced statistical and database functions. Students will use validation methods to protect the integrity of data and perform What-if Analysis to find solutions to problems. Fulfills liberal arts, software and open electives.
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CPS173–CT1
98852
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:15 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW306
3 14/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Wermers View
  CPS173 CT1 is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late start course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 CPS218 - UNIX
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100
This course will teach the student how to use UNIX. It introduces the student to the fundamental concepts of the UNIX operating system. It provides the student with the basic tools necessary to use this operating system effectively. This course is intended for students who need to learn the basics of UNIX because the student may be working in a UNIX environment: be it a programming environment, a database system, a general business system, or a scientific environment operating under UNIX. Fulfills open and web development electives. (4 hours of lecture per week)
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CPS218–LR
98219
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
01:15 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW206
4 15/18 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
H Guan View
  CPS218 LR is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 CRJ101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
Credit
How do I Register?
Introduces students to the study of the criminal justice system. Three components of this system, the police, courts, and corrections, will be studied and interrelationships will be shown between components. Outside readings and guest speakers will combine the practical and academic aspects.
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CRJ101–LR
98937
Fall
2018
01:30 PM
02:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS110
3 18/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Aiello View
  This is a late-starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 DRG103 - Physiological and Medical Aspects of Addiction
Credit
How do I Register?
Covers the effects of substances on the body and its systems, the various health conditions associated with addiction, and the pharmacological, nutritional, and other approaches used to manage and treat addiction.
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DRG103–CT
98025
Fall
2018
06:30 PM
09:15 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
311
3 11/20 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Malone View
  DEG103 CT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. 15 seats restricted to students in the Substance Addiction Counseling certificate program.

 DVD101 - Introduction to Developmental Disabilities
Credit
How do I Register?
Develops a sensitivity to individuals who have developmental disabilities. Explores major causes, current teaching techniques, and behavioral intervention strategies. Also focuses on the history of services, litigation and consent decrees, and the philosophy of inclusion, perspectives of treatment models, key roles litigation and the courts have played, and the current inclusionary philosophy. (Formerly MEH107)
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DVD101–CT1
98855
Fall
2018
03:30 PM
06:15 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
204
3 6/20 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Gilmore View
  DVD101 CT1 is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17. This is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom. Mandatory meeting dates for classroom are 9/19, 10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, 11/28, 12/12.

 ECE101 - Child Growth and Development
Credit
How do I Register?
Course material will be dealt with through lecture/discussions, workshops, observations, and field work and should enable the student to: observe and record children's behavior; describe stages children go through in the major areas of growth and discuss appropriate methods of guiding behavior at each stage; discuss major developmental and learning theories; defend the value of play and design play experiences to enhance growth at each developmental stage.
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CRN
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Room
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Start/
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Books
ECE101–GF
99072
Fall
2018

 
3 26/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Yoder View
ECE101–GF1
99079
Fall
2018

 
3 25/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Yoder View
ECE101–GF2
99088
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 19/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Kandler View

 ECE201 - Supporting the Young Child's Physical and Mental Health
Credit
How do I Register?
Students completing this course should be able to: provide experience in nutrition, motor development, and health care for young children based on their knowledge of the young child's developmental needs and the principles of curriculum development; design accident free environments and experiences for young children based on their developmental needs; identify children under stress and utilize methods designed to promote their mental health during these life crises; knowledge of first aid procedures.
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CRN
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Room
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Books
ECE201–GF
99080
Fall
2018

 
3 29/0 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
Staff View

 ECE206 - Supervision & Administration of ECE Programs
Credit
How do I Register?
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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CRN
Term Start/
End Time
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Room
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Books
ECE206–GF
99069
Fall
2018

 
3 24/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
Y Beirne View

 ECO104 - Principles of Microeconomics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
A study of the economics of markets and market economies. This study of individual decision makers and their interaction in markets includes: the basic concepts of demand, supply, and the price mechanism; elasticity; the economics of the firm and market structures; the microeconomic role of government; the distribution of income; international trade and finance; the problems of economic development, and comparative economic systems. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and social science electives.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
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Room
Credit Seats
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Start/
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Books
ECO104–AD
98444
Fall
2018
04:00 PM
07:15 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
306
3 4/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
W Suozzo View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17- Dec 17.
ECO104–EC
98680
Fall
2018
04:30 PM
07:45 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW223
3 2/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
W Suozzo View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 ESL001 - ESL Support Lab
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW score 1-2, or ELLC score of 96-123, or ESL061 C- to D-, or ESL063 C- to D- or ESL065 C- to D-, or ESL075 C- to D-
This course is designed for ESL students who have basic language skills needs such that they require additional support in order to take ESL Level I courses. Students in this course will take ESL Writing and Grammar I and/or ESL Integrated Skills 1 concurrently. Coursework will consist of in-class activities as well as work in the ESL Language Lab.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
ESL001–BL
98918
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW205
3 9/11 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
G Chase View
  Students taking ESL001 BL must also register for ESL003 or ESL002.
ESL001–LR
98900
Fall
2018
08:30 AM
10:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE140
3 5/11 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Justice View
  Students taking ESL001 LR must also register for ESL002 or ESL003.
ESL001–LR1
98932
Fall
2018
08:30 AM
10:25 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW222
3 9/11 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Hintze View

 ESL002 - ESL Integrated Skills I
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLC 124-155, or ESL063 D-, or ESL064 C- to D-, or ESL075 D-, or ESL076 C- to D-
This course introduces intermediate level ESL students to reading for academic purposes. Students develop reading strategies, critical thinking skills and academic vocabulary to increase reading comprehension. In addition, students will develop note taking skills and improve their listening comprehension. They will also build fluency and accuracy in their use of spoken English from a wide range of academic disciplines to improve class discussion and presentation skills.
Course-Sec/
CRN
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
ESL002–AL
98913
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
   Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
6 16/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Klug View
ESL002–LR
98903
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
02:15 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
6 19/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Cheung View
ESL002–LR1
99058
Fall
2018
08:00 AM
11:15 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
6 7/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Wheeler View

 ESL003 - Writing and Grammar 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW score of 3, or ESL061 or ESL065 C to A-, or ESL062 C- to D-, or ESL066 C- to D-
The goal of this course is the acquisition and control of intermediate level grammatical forms and sentence structures. Students will be able to form accurate simple, compound, and complex sentences and to develop a variety of paragraph types with a clear topic sentence and supporting ideas.
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CRN
Term Start/
End Time
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Room
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Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
ESL003–AL
98909
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
6 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
P Boutin View
ESL003–LR
98901
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
02:15 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
6 19/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Cheung View

 ESL004 - ESL Integrated Skills II
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ESL002, or ESL064, or ESL076 all with C or better, or ESL112 or ESL116 both C- to D-,or ESL Test Composite score 157-185
In this course, high intermediate level students build upon their skills in reading for academic purposes. Students improve reading strategies, critical thinking skills and vocabulary to increase reading comprehension. In addition, students will develop note taking and listening comprehension skills. They will also build fluency and accuracy in their use of spoken English from a wide range of academic disciplines to improve class discussion and presentation skills.
Course-Sec/
CRN
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End Time
Days Location/
Room
Credit Seats
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Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
ESL004–AL
98914
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW205
6 13/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
G Devino View
ESL004–LR
98904
Fall
2018
11:45 AM
02:45 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
6 15/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Hintze View

 ESL005 - Writing and Grammar 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW score of 4, or ESL003 with a 75% or higher, or ESL062 C to A, or ESL066 C to A, or ESL110 C- to D-, or ESL114 C- to D-
The goal of this course is the acquisition and control of high intermediate level grammatical forms and sentence structures. In this class, students will also continue to develop their skills in writing the three sentence types, unified and cohesive paragraphs, and a variety of types of essays.
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CRN
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
ESL005–AL
98910
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS210
6 5/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Azeni View
ESL005–LR
98902
Fall
2018
08:15 AM
11:30 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM103
6 15/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Brown View

 ESL006 - ESL Integrated Skills III
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ESL 112 or ESL116 C to A, or ESL 122 or ESL 126 C- to D-, or ESL004 or ELLC with score of 186 or above
This capstone course prepares advanced level ESL students to engage in college level academic discourse. Students strengthen reading and listening comprehension, critical thinking and speaking skills in order to successfully give formal and informal presentations and effectively participate in class discussions.
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CRN
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Start/
End Dates
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Books
ESL006–ES2
98917
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:45 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
3 9/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Howland View
  Students taking ESL006 ES2 must also register for SPE102 ES2.

 ESL007 - Writing and Grammar 3
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW 5-8, or ESL005 with passing grade or ESL110 C to A, or ESL114 C to A, or ESL128 C- to D-
The goal of this course is the acquisition and control of advanced level grammatical forms and sentence structures. Students will improve the accuracy and variety of their sentences, build on their academic vocabulary, and write a variety of types of college essays.
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CRN
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Room
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Start/
End Dates
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Books
ESL007–ES1
98906
Fall
2018
08:15 AM
11:30 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW222
6 4/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Hintze View
  Students taking ESL007 ES1 must also register for FFL100 ES1.
ESL007–ES2
98911
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS311
6 8/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
P Maestranzi View
  Students taking ESL007 ES2 must also register for FFL100 ES2.

 FFL011 - College Writing 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ESL019 or ESL084 & 086 with C or C+, or placement exam
Co: FFL 013
Develops writing and critical thinking skills through a combination of reading, thinking, discussing, and writing on current topics. Instruction emphasizes the use of the writing process to develop both informal and formal paragraphs relevant to personal, academic, and career needs. Students identified through the College Assessment Program should enroll in this course in their first semester. This course satisfies no elective requirement.
Course-Sec/
CRN
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End Time
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
FFL011–BL
99061
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW204
3 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
F Caraballo View
  This is a late-starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.
FFL011–LR1
90391
Fall
2018
11:40 AM
12:35 PM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Beauclair View
  This is a late starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 FFL013 - College Reading 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ESL019 or ESL084 & 086 with C or C+, or placement exam
Co: FFL011
Develops basic reading skills using a broad cross section of articles written in response to current issues or events. Students improve their ability to comprehend factual material, build confidence in their ability to learn independently, and gain new perspectives and broaden horizons. Students employ effective reading strategies to improve concentration, identify and resolve comprehension problems, analyze and organize author's ideas, evaluate them critically, and record them for future use. By meeting the academic and behavioral challenges of this course, students will develop the skills, habits, and attitudes necessary for success in college. Students identified through the College Assessment Program should enroll in this course in their first semester. This course satisfies no elective requirement.
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CRN
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Room
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Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
FFL013–BL
99062
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
F Caraballo View
  This is a late-starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.
FFL013–LR1
90408
Fall
2018
10:30 AM
11:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 21/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
S Beauclair View
  This is a late starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 FFL015 - Composition 1 Seminar
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: FFL011 and FFL013 with 'C' or better 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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CRN
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Room
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Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
FFL015–A17
98743
Fall
2018
07:15 PM
08:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
211
3 7/9 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Jean View
  Students taking FFL015 A17 must also register for CMP101A A17. This is a late starting course which begins the week of Sep 17 - Dec 17.
FFL015–A20
98761
Fall
2018
02:00 PM
03:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 11/11 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
W Lang View
  This is a late-starting course and runs September 17 - December 17. Students taking FFL015 A20 must also register for CMP101A A20.
FFL015–A23
99075
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM102
3 11/11 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Flint View
  Students taking FFL015 A23 must also register fo CMP101A A23. This is a late starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.
FFL015–A24
99086
Fall
2018
03:00 PM
05:00 PM
 MondayTuesdayWednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM103
3 5/11 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Carlson View
  Students taking FFL015 A24 must also register for CMP101A A24. This is a 7 week course that runs October 29 - December 17.
FFL015–GC1
98701
Fall
2018
02:00 PM
03:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW223
3 7/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Mazzarini View
  FFL015 GC1 is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. This is a late starting course which begins the week of Sep 17 - Dec 17. Students must also register for CMP101A GC1.

 FFL100 - First Year Experience
Credit
How do I Register?
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. Service-Learning is recommended.Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
Days Location/
Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
FFL100–AL
98666
Fall
2018
07:00 PM
09:55 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW203
3 7/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
R Deleveaux View
  This section is contextualized to law, criminal justice, and emergency response pathways. This is a late-starting class that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.
FFL100–CT1
98170
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
302
3 9/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
D Santos View
  FFL100B is a Service-Learning course. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This is a hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.
FFL100–CT2
98896
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 9/22 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
W Pothier-Hill View
  This is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. The course runs October 29 - December 17. This section contextualized to Mass Media.
FFL100–EC1
98164
Fall
2018
04:30 PM
05:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE304
3 10/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Tirrell View
  FFL100 EC1 is restricted to students in the Early College program and contextualized to Business. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17
FFL100–ES1
98907
Fall
2018
11:45 AM
01:10 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW222
3 4/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Justice View
  FFL100 ES1 is reserved for students taking ESL007 Writing and Grammar 3.
FFL100–ES2
98912
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 8/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
P Maestranzi View
  FFL100 ES2 is reserved for students taking ESL007 ES2 Writing and Grammar 3.
FFL100–GC
99032
Fall
2018
03:00 PM
04:30 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
303
3 6/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
R Green View
  This section is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. This is a late-starting coruse which begins the week of Sep 17 - Dec 17.
FFL100–GC1
98719
Fall
2018
03:00 PM
04:30 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE304
3 12/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
R Collins View
  FFL100 GC1 is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. It is a late-starting course beginning the week of September 17 - December 17.
FFL100–LR
99042
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW203
3 22/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
A Keebaugh View
  This is a late-starting course beginning the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 GEO108 - Environmental Science
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
An introduction to the field of environmental science. Environmental relationships are studied with regards to the strengths and fragilities of natural systems. Among other topics, the course covers utilization of natural resources, biodiversity, ecosystems, and environmental economics and politics. Fulfills open, liberal arts and science electives. (3 hours of lecture per week)
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
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Room
Credit Seats
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Start/
End Dates
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Books
GEO108–LR
98943
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW329
3 10/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
P Dugger View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Septembe 17 - December 17.

 HIS132 - World History 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
An examination of the major themes and their legacies in world history since the era of global interaction. Attention will focus on a comparative analysis of various world societies. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and with HIS131, history sequence electives.Students are NOT required to take World History 1 before taking World History 2. These courses may be taken out of sequence.
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Room
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Books
HIS132–LJ
98870
Fall
2018
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS211
3 7/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Davis View
  This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. HIS132 LJ is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 -Dec. 17.
HIS132–LL
97019
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE304
3 10/28 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Davis View
  This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. HIS132 LL is a late state course which runs week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.
HIS132–OL1
93273
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 18/25 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Davis View
  HIS132 OL1 is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This is a course that uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This course runs Oct 30 - Dec 18. Deadline for 100% refund: Nov 5. Withdrawal deadline: Nov 28.

 HON210 - Exploring the Arts
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CMP101 and a GPA of 3.5
Exploring the Arts examines a variety of art forms including art, music, and literature and requires in depth research and analysis. The student will develop the vocabulary, historical knowledge, and critical thinking skills required to articulate an informed response to art works in various genres and will submit a research project on a topic in the arts. No prerequisite or background in art, music, and literature required. Fulfills open, humanities, and liberal arts electives.
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Books
HON210–OL
97057
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 7/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
T Whitney View
  HON210 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 18 - Dec 18.

 HUS101 - The Human Services Worker
Credit
How do I Register?
Provides the instruments to explore and evaluate personal values, motives, feelings, needs, attitudes, interests and personality traits especially as they pertain to awarenesses which will help a Human Services worker; and explores personal and societal prejudices, stereotyping behaviors, and biases.
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Books
HUS101–CT
91773
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
01:45 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LE140
3 16/24 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Figgins-Hill View
  HUS101 CT is reserved for DSC grant recipients. This is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom. This course runs Oct 29 - Dec 17.

 IDS102C - IDS Seminar: Comics in American Culture
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CMP101
This course approaches comic art as a legitimate medium to be understood and appreciated. Students will learn about the history of comics from the late 19th century to the present and gain critical reading skills for deconstructing text/image based information and all other media. This course will help students identify and analyze symbolism, themes, styles, genres and cultural uses of comic art while improving their overall abilities as critical readers. Fulfills open and liberal arts electives.
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Books
IDS102C–OL1
99066
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 5/25 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Eaton View
  This course runs Oct 29 - Dec 17. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 LIT202 - British Literature 1: Eighth Century to Nineteenth
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: 6 credits of Freshman Composition
Students read, interpret and discuss works of major British writers from Beowulf to the nineteenth century. Among the authors whose works may be studied are Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Pope, and Swift. Fulfills open, liberal arts, advanced literature, and humanities electives.
Course-Sec/
CRN
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Books
LIT202–LD
97667
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW329
3 7/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
N Buscemi View
  This is a late-starting class that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.
LIT202–OL
97011
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 9/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Altomari View
  LIT202 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This is a late-starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 LIT206 - World Literature 1: Ancient World to Eighteenth Century
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: 6 credits of Freshman Composition
Students read, interpret, and discuss selected works of major writers of the world from the ancient world to the eighteenth century. Among the authors whose works may be studied are Homer, Sophocles, Sappho, Dante, Cervantes, Shakespeare, and Lao Tzu. Fulfills open, liberal arts, advanced literature, and humanities electives.
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CRN
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Room
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Books
LIT206–LR
90660
Fall
2018
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE305
3 10/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
P Hennessey View
  LIT206 LB is a writing supported course. This is a late- starting class that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 MAT050 - Foundations of Mathematics Literacy
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Placement into Level 2 Communications or a B- or higher in ESL Advanced 2 and CARR test score between 25 and 55.
This course is designed to strengthen basic math skills and to provide students with the necessary foundations for mathematics literacy. Topics include solving relevant mathematical problems using numeracy, mathematical thinking and investigations, proportional reasoning, personal financial applications and fundamental algebraic reasoning. Use of technology is integrated throughout the course. Successful completion of this course with a grade of C or better confers mathematics proficiency and satisfies prerequisites for the following: MAT 110, MAT 002, MAT061.
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MAT050–LR
98305
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW205
4 22/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
D Timmons View
  This is a late-starting course that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 MAT110 - Mathematics Literacy
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Mathematics proficiency (CARR score of 56 or higher) and CEAR score of less than 54 or MAT 050 with a C or better and completion of Communications Skills Level 1 or placement into Communication Skills Level 2 or higher (CRDR of 56 or higher) or a B- or better in ESL Advanced 2.
This course is designed to develop mathematics literacy skills that are required in non-STEM pathways. Topics include solving relevant real world problems using equations, graphs, proportions, algebraic concepts, finance, and linear functions. Use of technology is integrated throughout the course. Successful completion of this course with a grade of C or better satisfies math prerequisites for MAT 14X courses. Fulfills liberal arts and open elective. Does not fulfill college level math elective (MAT 140 or higher).
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MAT110–AD
97943
Fall
2018
06:30 PM
08:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
310
4 9/20 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Petrocelli View
  This is a late starting coutse that runs the week begining September 17 - December 17
MAT110–CT
98920
Fall
2018
04:00 PM
06:45 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
313
4 13/22 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Noftle View
  MAT110 CT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom.This course runs Oct 29 - Dec 17.
MAT110–GC
99031
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
02:45 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
304
4 7/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Casey View
  This section is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. This is a late-starting course which begins the week of Sept 17 - Dec 17.
MAT110–GC1
98683
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
02:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW203
4 10/0 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Casey View
  MAT110 GC1 is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. This is a late starting course which begins the week of Sep 18 - Dec 18.

 MAT152 - Precalculus 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CEAR 82 or above and CCMR 40-55, or MAT 151 with a C or better
Second of a two-course sequence which prepares students for the study of Calculus. Topics include: trigonometric functions, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities and equations, inverse trigonometric functions, applications of trigonometry, vectors and polar coordinates. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and mathematics electives.
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MAT152–R
90946
Fall
2018
06:30 PM
09:45 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LE304
3 17/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Sicuso View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 PER110 - Career and Life Planning
Credit
How do I Register?
Open to all students. This course is designed to develop the student's awareness of personal values, needs, skills, and interests as they relate to careers. Students will participate in exercises designed to help them establish and plan for life goals.
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PER110–WT
94943
Fall
2018
10:30 AM
11:20 AM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Danvers/Berry
209
1 8/20 Nov 15, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
M Figgins-Hill View
  PER110 WT is reserved for students in the Women In Transition program or by permission of the W.I.T. coordinator. For more info about W.I.T. contact 978-739-5515. Course meets Nov 15 - Dec 17. Withdrawal deadline: Dec 5. 100% refund of tuition and fees: Nov 16.

 PER126 - Assertiveness Training
Credit
How do I Register?
Designed to help one become aware of passive and/or aggressive behaviors that may be self-defeating, to communicate honestly, to direct one's feelings and beliefs appropriately, and to stand up for one's rights in such a way that the dignity and right of others are not violated.
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PER126–WT
94942
Fall
2018
10:30 AM
11:20 AM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Danvers/Berry
209
1 8/20 Oct 11, 2018
Nov 14, 2018
M Figgins-Hill View
  PER126 WT is reserved for students in the Women In Transition program or by permission of the W.I.T. coordinator. For more information about W.I.T. contact 978-739-5515. This course meets Oct 11 - Nov 14. Withdrawal deadline: Oct 30. 100% refund of tuittion and fees: Oct 11.

 PHI106 - Introduction to Philosophy
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Introduction to philosophy as a specific way of thinking about human existence, the world, and God. It examines the arguments of philosophers concerning such topics as the existence of God, the problem of good and evil, free will and determinism, relationship of mind and body, and the limits of human knowledge. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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PHI106–OLR
98678
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 26/25 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
K Stanley View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 18 - Dec 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details long on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 PSY102 - Introduction to Psychology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Systematic study of behavior including the development of psychology as a science, the biological basis of behavior, learning and memory, motivation, sensation and perception, personality development, cognitive processes, maturation and development, and adjustment. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives.
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PSY102–R
99044
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
206
3 18/28 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Lopez Charles View
  This is a late-starting class that runs the week beginning September 17 - December 17.

 PSY204 - Human Growth and Development
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: PSY102
Study of the development sequences of growth from prenatal to death, including the methodological problems of developmental studies, individual differences, the interplay of heredity and environment and the development of language, motivation, and motor behavior. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives. (Formerly PSY118)
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PSY204–OL3
98415
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 25/25 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
L Azzara View
  PSY204 OL3 runs Oct 29 - Dec 17. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log onto: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 SOC106 - Introduction to Sociology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Introduction to the study of society, employing all the basic concepts of sociology, such as: the structure and functions of society, culture, norms, roles and status. Attention is given to the origins of sociology, its methods and its place as one of the social sciences. Fulfills open, liberal arts and social science electives.
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SOC106–EC
90849
Fall
2018
06:30 PM
09:45 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW326
3 20/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Manley View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17. This section is restricted to students in the Early College program.

 SOC202 - Race, Gender, and Class
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: SOC106
Emphasizes both the psychological and sociological conditions of minority groups. Discussions will include, but not be limited to, the dynamics of assimilation, stratification, and social mobility, as well as the impact of minority status on personalities. The nature and causes of prejudice and discrimination also will be explored. (Formerly SOC126)
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SOC202–LK
98029
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS111
3 6/26 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Marin View
  This is a writing supported course. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. SOC 202 -LK is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 SOC206 - Social Problems in a Globalized World
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: SOC106
This course explores some of the most challenging national and world social issues facing the United States and the globe. The course focuses on the interconnections of global issues with a local and national impact. The course examines the social problems associated with the impacts of climate change, population and emigration; terrorism and security; drug trafficking and human trafficking among other topics. The course uses sociological perspectives and critical thinking to analyze the causes, consequences and possible solutions to social problems.
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SOC206–OL
98813
Fall
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 8/20 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
C Marin View
  This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.

 SPE102 - Speech
Credit
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–CT
98897
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW323
3 23/24 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
A Sears View
  This is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs October 30 - December 17.
SPE102–ES2
98916
Fall
2018
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
     Friday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
3 9/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
A Stephenson View
  SPE102 ES1 is reserved for students taking ESL006 ES1 Integrated Skills 3.
SPE102–LR
98736
Fall
2018
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 24/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
Y Hayes View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 18 - Dec 18.
SPE102–LR1
98750
Fall
2018
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW203
3 24/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
Y Hayes View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 18 - Dec 18.
SPE102–R1
98849
Fall
2018
11:45 AM
03:00 PM
     Friday
Danvers/Berry
302
3 11/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
E Oregel View
  This is a late starting course which runs Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 SPE106 - Interpersonal Communication
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
This course explores how people communicate in relationship with one another. The class will engage concepts such as culture, gender, and identity from a Communication Studies perspective. Fulfills humanities, liberal arts, social science, and open electives.
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SPE106–EC1
98926
Fall
2018
04:30 PM
07:45 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 10/22 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
Y Hayes View
  SPE106 EC1 is reserved for students in the Early College program and is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Sep 17 - Dec 17.
SPE106–LR
98722
Fall
2018
12:30 PM
01:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW225
3 11/24 Sep 17, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
D Smyth View
  This is a late starting course which runs Sep 17 - Dec 17.

 SRG126 - Introduction to Surgical Technology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics proficiency
This course is an introduction to the profession and practices of surgical technology. It explores the history of surgery, personnel and communication in the health care environment, training and certification requirements, personal accountability, the scrub and circulating roles of the surgical technologist, principals of aseptic technique and OR attire. Additional emphasis will be on the biomedical connection and the physical environment of the surgical setting.
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SRG126–CT
98892
Fall
2018
08:00 AM
11:00 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
226
4 20/20 Oct 29, 2018
Dec 17, 2018
J Forte View
  This is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs October 30 through December 13.

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