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 ACC102 - Basic Accounting 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ACC101
A continuation of ACC101 applying communicative, quantitative, and critical thinking skills to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Topics include: accounting for receivables, plant assets, natural resources, intangible assets, investments, payroll, accounting for various types of equity, introductory current and long term liabilities, partnerships, corporations, and preparation of the Cash Flow Statement. General ledger software and other appropriate computer applications may be included. Fulfills open and business electives. (3 hours of lecture per week)
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ACC102–XL
62605
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW323
3 4/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
S Leahy View

 ACC203 - Managerial Accounting
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ACC102 or ACC108
Emphasizes the use of cost issues for management to make informed decisions for business planning. Topics include cost classifications, job cost systems, process costing, cost behavior, cost- volume-profit analysis, budgeting with variance analysis using standard costs, relevant costs for decision making, capital investments, Activity Based Costing and financial statement analysis; additional topics may be covered. Fulfills open and business electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ACC203–XD
64150
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
303
3 13/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
G Pappas View

 ANT102 - Cultural Anthropology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Examines the nature of culture in simple tribal communities living in various regions and natural environments on the planet. Inuit/Eskimo peoples of the Arctic, African, Villagers, Asian cultures, and American Indians of the Americas are groups that may be discussed. Industrial/hi-tech cultures will be compared to pre-industrial/low-tech tribal cultures. Fulfills open, liberal arts, behavioral science, and social science electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ANT102–XD
65031
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
204
3 3/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
Staff View

 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–XD
63457
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
305
3 18/18 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Jansson View

 BIO102 - Biology 2: Diversity of Life
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency and BIO101 or BIO124
An evolutionary survey of living organisms. Topics include life's beginnings, and unicellular organisms, fungi, plants, invertebrates and vertebrates and how they evolved. Laboratory includes dissection of selected species of the representative phyla. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and when taken with BIO101 or BIO124, the laboratory science sequence electives. (3 hours of lecture, 2 hours lab per week)
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BIO102–XD
64941
Summer
2018
08:30 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
119
4 8/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
P Dugger View
08:30 AM
12:45 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Math&Sci
217
Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018

 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–XD
65029
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:15 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
102
3 2/0 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Harari View
  This section is restricted to STEM Starter Academy Summer Bridge students.

 BIO212 - Anatomy and Physiology 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: BIO211 with 'C' or better.
Continuation of Anatomy and Physiology 1. Topics include the digestive, respiratory, urogenital, and circulatory systems and the endocrines. Laboratory work is designed to supplement the lecture material and includes dissection of the fetal pig. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and with BIO211, laboratory science sequence electives (3 hours of lecture and 2 hours of lab per week.)Formerly BIO 104
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BIO212–XD
62340
Summer
2018
08:30 AM
12:30 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Math&Sci
209
4 22/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Gottlieb View
08:30 AM
12:45 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Math&Sci
221
Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  BIO104 XD meets July 9 - Aug 18.
BIO212–XL
61401
Summer
2018
05:45 PM
10:00 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW309
4 21/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D O'Dwyer-Swensen View
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW329
Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  BIO212 XL meets July 9 - Aug 18.

 BUS100 - Introduction to Business
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
Designed to introduce the student to the various aspects of the business world. Topics include economic systems, management principles, organizing concepts, motivation theory, production and quality, marketing principles, accounting concepts, financial management and contracts. Fulfills open and business elective.
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BUS100–XL
64456
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS213
3 3/30 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
Y Rondon View

 BUS102 - Business Law
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications proficiency
Introduction to business law with emphasis on the formation of a contract, defenses to avoid contractual liability, discharge of contracts, remedies for breach of contract, introduction to the Uniform Commercial Code, sales, warranties, and consumer protection. Fulfills open and business electives.
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BUS102–CT
61376
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW202
3 22/30 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
N Gerardi View
  BUS102 CT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings.

 CHE104 - General Chemistry 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CHE103 with grade of C or better
Co: Continuation of General Chemistry 1.
This course is a continuation of General Chemistry 1. Topics include: intermolecular forces as applied to condensed phases of matter: solids and liquids, solution properties including colligative properties, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory/Brønsted-Lowry reactions/acid-base equilibria including hydrolysis and buffers, thermodynamics/enthalpy/entropy/Gibbs free energy/link to equilibria, electrochemistry, 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. This course fulfills open, liberal arts, and together with CHE103, laboratory science sequence electives. (3 hours of lecture, 3 hours of lab per week)
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CHE104–XL
64657
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
01:00 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW310
4 20/20 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Gardner View
09:00 AM
12:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW325
Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  CHE104XL meets July 9 - August 18.

 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–ALP
64505
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 10/11 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Gangi View
CMP101–EC1
65101
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 9/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
K Brown View
  This course restricted to students in the Early College program.
CMP101–XD
60011
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
106
3 11/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Capra View
CMP101–XL
60012
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
3 5/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
H Zacchini View
CMP101–XOL
64063
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 17/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Burt View
  CMP101 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.
CMP101–YL
65297
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS211
3 10/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Thibeault View

 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–ALP
64813
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 8/11 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
Staff View
  Students taking CMP101A ALP must also register for FFL015 ALP.

 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–OL2
65089
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 15/15 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Green View
  This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. Course meets July 9 - Aug 18.
CMP102–XD
65255
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
121
3 13/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Folk View
CMP102–XL
65091
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 6/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
P Dibenedetto View
CMP102–YD
65092
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
226
3 8/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Burt View
CMP102–YL
65093
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE140
3 8/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Maya View

 CMP126 - Composition 2: Writing about Film
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CMP101 or CMP102H
Emphasis is on analytical and researched writing about film. The course introduces students to the principles of film criticism and briefly covers the history of international cinema. Classes are devoted to the viewing and analyzing a range of films within an historical, aesthetic context.
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CMP126–XL
65104
Summer
2018
03:00 PM
06:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
3 2/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Zamparelli View

 CMP150 - Composition 2: Technical Writing
Credit
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Pre: CMP101 or CMP101H with a 'C' or permission of instructor
An intermediate to advanced technical and researched writing course focusing on the types of writing frequently done in industry, science, and government, which stresses clear, concise wording and logical organization. Students write mechanical descriptions, letters, abstracts, reports, proposals, and instructions. Class time is divided between lecture/discussion on the writing process and writing workshop activities.
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CMP150–X01
65292
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 15/15 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
C Jean View
  CMP150 X01 is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.
CMP150–XOL
64763
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 3/15 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Williams View
  CMP150 XOL 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–XD
60123
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
202
3 10/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Baker View

 CPS102 - Computer Science 2 (Java 2)
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS101
This course develops advanced computer programming skills through the use of the Java programming language. Advanced features of the Java language are studied. Topics include object-oriented programming, polymorphism, inner class, interface and abstract class, various string processing, graphics and design strategies, exception handling, debugging, threading and multithreading, files and streams, and the serialization of objects. Topics will be reinforced through exercises in writing programs for varied applications. Fulfills open, liberal arts and computer language electives. (4 lecture hours per week)
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CPS102–XOL
61396
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 4 16/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Hatch View
  CPS102 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CPS122 - Operating Systems
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100
A comprehensive study of current operating system (OS) technology including the OS architecture, utilities and tools of the OS, file system management and system optimization, system processes, application support, system commands, system documentation, customization, diagnostics, fault tolerance, and features of different OS systems. Emphasis is placed on the efficient use of the OS to monitor, manage and maximize use of system resources, and troubleshooting. Fulfills open and software electives. (4 hours of lecture per week)
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CPS122–XOL
64980
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 4 19/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
H Guan View
  CPS122 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 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–OL
63416
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 4 15/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
H Guan View
  CPS218 OL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CRJ101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
Credit
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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–XD
65063
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
101
3 10/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
F Dagostino View
CRJ101–XL
64793
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS110
3 4/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Mori View

 CRJ208 - Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CRJ 101 and CMP 101
An opportunity to reflect more deeply on those issues that challenge the criminal justice system. Of particular importance to Criminal Justice students is the need to give careful evaluation on moral values, and how these values can be challenged both on and off the job. This course, therefore, will focus on issues in criminal justice that often ask the professional to make value decisions.
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CRJ208–XOL
64654
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 23/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Roesler View
  CRJ208 XOL meets July 9 - Aug 18. 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.

 CRJ212 - Police and Society
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications proficiency
Examines law enforcement practices and problems, including (1) legal, political, and historical framework, (2) an analysis of police organizations and their relationship with other criminal justice and social agencies, (3) individual and community aspects of police-society relations, police and minority groups, social change and law enforcement and finally (4) police discretion and its role within the police oragnaization and its impact on society. Fulfills open elective.
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CRJ212–XOL
65065
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 20/20 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Smith View
  CRJ212 XOL meets July 9 - Aug 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 ECO103 - Principles of Macroeconomics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
The study of the overall level of economic activity - output, employment, and prices - and the forces that shape that activity. Topics include: national income accounting; the role of consumption, saving, investment, and government spending; money and economic activity; the tools of public policy available which may be used to promote the macro goals of growth, full employment, and price stability; the different economic maps of reality that explain and shape our decisions about economic landscape. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and social science electives.
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ECO103–XL
65040
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS111
3 7/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Yasuda View
ECO103–XOL
64728
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 22/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Obrien View
  ECO103 XOL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance. This class runs July 9 - August 18.

 EMS104 - Emergency Medical Technician
Credit
How do I Register?
EMT-Basic certification is the prerequisite for many EMS related careers including firefighting, paramedic programs, and involvement in college EMS squads. Upon successful completion of the course, tests, and skill stations, students will be prepared to take the Massachusetts State EMT exam for EMT-B certification. Topics include bleeding, shock, wounds, fractures, seizures, scene safety and control, drug overdose, childbirth, sudden illness, poisoning, burns, airway management, infection control, documentation, pre-hospital splinting, CPR, bandaging, defibrillation, oxygen administration, spine immobilization, and patient assessment will be taught. This course requires attendance for 95% of classes. Note: EMT-B certification requires passing a State exam within 12 months of completing the course. Exam fees are not included in the cost of the course. Students must be 18 years old to take the State exam.
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EMS104–XD
63498
Summer
2018
08:00 AM
02:00 PM
 Monday WednesdayThursday
Danvers/HPSS
227
9 6/26 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Moore View
  EMS104 XD is an intensive course and meets 3 days a week for 18 hours per week.

 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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FFL015–ALP
65078
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 8/11 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Gangi View
  FFL015 ALP meets Jul 9 - Aug 18. Students taking FFL015 ALP must also register for CMP101A ALP.

 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.
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FFL100–EC1
65099
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 15/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
P Sirote View
  This course is contextualized for students interested in Health Care/Life Science and restricted to students in the Early College program.
FFL100–EC2
65100
Summer
2018
04:00 PM
05:30 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 13/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Buksa View
06:15 PM
09:05 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  This course is contextualized for students interested in Engineering/Computer Science and is restricted to students in the Early College program.
FFL100–M
65312
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 0/0 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Deleveaux View
  FFL100 GC1 is restricted to Start Strong students. This course runs July 9 - Aug 18.
FFL100–OL
65296
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 5/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Rodweller View
  FFL100 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.
FFL100–XD
65080
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
102
3 6/0 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Forte View
  This section is restricted to STEM Starter Academy Summer Bridge students.
FFL100–XL
65081
Summer
2018
04:00 PM
05:30 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW329
3 14/0 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
K Ikuomenisan View
06:15 PM
09:05 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW329
Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  This section is restricted to STEM Starter Academy Summer Bridge students.

 FPS162 - Fundamentals of Technical Rescue
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Co:
An introduction to technical rescue and progressing through discussions of tools and equipment, incident management, and conducting search operations. This course will introduce members of rescue organizations to all aspects of the rescue process and the various environments in which they may be responding. Fulfills Open and Fire Protection electives
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Books
FPS162–OL
64494
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 19/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
F Ryan View
  FPS162 OL runs July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 FPS166 - Occupational Safety and Health for Emergency Services
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communicatons and Mathematics Proficiencies
This course introduces the basic concepts of occupational health and safety as it relates to emergency service organizations. Topics include risk and hazard evaluation and control procedures for emergency service organizations. This course is an approved course in the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education(FESHE) Recognition Program sponsored by FEMA.
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Books
FPS166–XOL
65011
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 12/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
F Ryan View
  FPS166 XOL runs July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 GOV104 - State and Local Government in America
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
The study of the structure, process and policies of state and local government, with a focus on the Massachusetts political system. Emphasis is placed on the policies and problems of state and local government and their relationship to the federal government. Special attention is given to direct participation in the political process in addition to the study of public policies on issues such as spending and taxation, crime, education, housing, and welfare. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and social science electives.
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Books
GOV104–XOL
64821
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 18/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Burt View
  GOV104 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 HIS104 - United States History 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Examines the economic, political, social and cultural development of the United States since 1877 and its implications for the present. Also surveys the U.S. Constitution and important Supreme Court decisions since Reconstruction. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and with HIS103, a history sequence elective.
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Books
HIS104–XD
60209
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
105
3 6/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
C Chow View

 HIS124 - African-American History
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
This course presents the history and culture of African- Americans from their roots in Africa, to the slave trade, to social, economic, and political factors during the period of slavery, the Civil War, and the century afterwards. It includes the various approaches taken to equality, assimilation, and separation by African-American leaders of the 20th century and stresses African-American contributions and successes in recent years. Fulfills open, liberal arts and social science electives.
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Books
HIS124–EC
64999
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW223
3 9/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Smith View
  This course is restricted to students in the Early College program.

 HIS131 - World History 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
An examination of the major themes and their legacies in world history from its origins until the era of global interaction. Attention will focus on a comparative analysis of various world societies. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and with HIS132, history sequence electives.
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CRN
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Books
HIS131–OL1
65303
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 11/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Ward View
  This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This class meets July 9 - August 18.
HIS131–XL
60208
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE305
3 1/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
Z Martin View
HIS131–YD
65075
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Math&Sci
219
3 9/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Keebaugh View

 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.
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CRN
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Books
HIS132–XD
63478
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
101
3 3/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
K Kaufman View
  This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.
HIS132–YD
65299
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
204
3 2/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
W Collins View

 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–XL
60069
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE140
3 12/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
K Nielsen View

 IDS106 - Understanding Nutrition
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
This course presents an overview of human nutrition by exploring nutrients and how they function in the body. In addition, students will learn tools for planning adequate diets for individuals and groups. The role of foods and nutrients in health and disease is discussed throughout the course, underlining the use of research to validate nutrition claims. Prior course work in biology and/or chemistry is helpful, but not required. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science and science elective. (3 hours of lecture per week)
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Books
IDS106–OL1
65044
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 24/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
B Lucas View
  IDS106 OL1 is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.
IDS106–XOL
63155
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 23/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
B Lucas View
  IDS106 XOL meets July 9 - Aug 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 IDS148 - Yoga, Meditation, & Stress Management 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Through lecture, discussion, and experiential exercises, the student will learn physical skills and breathing techniques that help to revitalize and quiet the mind. Practical applications of a series of gentle yogic movements, meditative techniques, and non-verbal communication skills including listening to the mind/body and recognition of the body's various energetic/emotional levels will promote self awareness. An overview of different health systems will be offered to establish a common ground of understanding useful in one's professional and personal life. Designed for students of all ages and physical abilities. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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Books
IDS148–XD1
65013
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
227
3 13/20 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Day View

 LIT208 - World Literature 2: Eighteenth Century to Present
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 eighteenth century to the present. Among the authors whose works may be studied are Goethe, Chekhov, Voltaire, Ibsen, Lessing, Douglass, and Kafka. Fulfills open, liberal arts, advanced literature, and humanities electives.
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Instructor View
Books
LIT208–XD
63440
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
105
3 9/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Deneen View

 LIT210 - American Literature 1: Colonial Period to the Civil War
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: 6 credits of Freshman Composition
Students read, interpret and discuss selected works from the Age of Exploration to the Civil War. Among the authors whose works may be studied are Smith, Bradstreet, Franklin, Wheatley, Douglass, Thoreau, Poe, Hawthorne, Whitman, and Dickinson. Fulfills open, liberal arts, advanced literature, and humanities electives.
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Books
LIT210–XOL
64764
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 13/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
C Keebaugh View
  LIT210 XOL 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.

 LIT212 - American Literature 2: Civil War to the Modern Age
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: 6 credits of Freshman Composition
Students read, interpret, and discuss selected works from the Civil War to contemporary times. Among the authors whose works may be studied are Jewett, Twain, Chopin, Frost, Hughes, Hemingway, O'Neill, Morrison, Updike, and Erdrich. Fulfills open, liberal arts, advanced literature, and humanities electives.
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Room
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Books
LIT212–XD
60026
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
206
3 0/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Deneen View
LIT212–XOL
65041
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 10/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Carlson View
  LIT212 XOL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 MAT094 - Intermediate Algebra
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Placement Exam Score
Designed for students who have completed two years of high school algebra. Primary topics in MAT091-Elementary Algebra 1 and MAT092-Elementary Algebra 2 are covered in an intensive, rapid format. Topics include: algebraic operations, fractional algebraic expressions and equations, solution of linear, quadratic, and systems of equations, factoring, radicals, fractional and negative exponents, graphing linear and quadratic equations. This course fulfills no elective requirements. Formerly numbered MAT104. (4 hrs of lecture per week)
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Books
MAT094–XL
64440
Summer
2018
06:30 PM
09:30 PM
 Monday WednesdayThursday
Lynn/McGee
LS311
4 5/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
C Noftle View

 MAT140 - Liberal Arts Mathematics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre:Communications and Mathematics Proficiency and CEAR 54 or above, or SATM 510 or above, or Math Module 8 or above, or MAT 110 with C or better or MAT002 with a C or better.
A course consisting of mathematical topics chosen to provide an overview of a broad range of higher mathematics to aid students in interpreting and understanding current issues and to increase students' ability to reason and think critically. Topics may include but are not limited to reasoning and problem solving, sets, logic, social choice, numeration systems, growth and symmetry, and fractals. MAT102 and 104 are equivalent to MAT092 and 094. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and mathematics electives.
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Room
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Books
MAT140–XD
60097
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
306
3 5/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
K Natale View

 MAT143 - Introduction to Statistics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre:Communications and Mathematics Proficiency and CEAR 54 or above, or SATM 510 or above, or Math Module 8 or above, or MAT 110 with C or better or MAT002 with a C or better.
This course is an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics and the basic laws of probability as used in business, social science, or education. Topics examined are: frequency distributions, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, normal distributions, confidence intervals, sampling, introduction to hypothesis testing, correlation, and linear regression. Other topics such as chi-square distribution and F-distribution will be covered as time permits. The course emphasizes the practical understanding and use of concepts and procedures essential to statistical analysis (statistical software may be used at the instructor's discretion for solving applied problems). Fulfills open, liberal arts and mathematics electives.
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Books
MAT143–XD
60092
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Math&Sci
209
3 29/32 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Fitzgerald View
MAT143–YD
64500
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Math&Sci
211
3 29/29 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Gawrys View

 MAT151 - Precalculus 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: MAT092 or 094 or 131 or 135 w/C or better,or place exam score
First of a two-course sequence which prepares students for the study of Calculus. A study of advanced topics in algebra including: equations, inequalities, circles, functions, properties of functions, zeros of polynomial functions and complex numbers, graphs of functions including polynomial and rational functions. Conic sections and advanced topics in systems of equations will be included as time permits. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and mathematics electives. (Formerly titled College Algebra 1)
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Books
MAT151–XD
60087
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
306
3 10/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Sicuso View

 MAT152 - Precalculus 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: 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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Room
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Books
MAT152–EC
65105
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS312
3 11/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
S Kelkar View
  This course is restricted to students in the Early College program.
MAT152–XL
65094
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS111
3 26/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Mcguinness View

 MAT252 - Calculus 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: MAT251 with 'C' or better
A continuation of the study of calculus. Topics include: the antiderivative, the definite integral, applications of the definite integral, methods of integration, numerical integration methods, hyperbolic functions, improper integrals, sequences, infinite series and power series. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and mathematics electives. (4 hours of lecture per week)
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Books
MAT252–XD
60095
Summer
2018
06:30 PM
09:30 PM
 Monday WednesdayThursday
Danvers/Berry
205
4 25/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Gambino View

 MDA108 - Television Studies: The Big Picture
Credit
How do I Register?
Develops an awareness of the impact of television on society. A study of television's handling and packaging news, politics, social issues and entertainment as well as how television reflects questions, attitudes, and beliefs about ourselves and our world. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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Room
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Books
MDA108–XL
65003
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW223
3 5/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Carlson View
  Twelve seats are reserved for students in the Early College Program.

 MEH206 - Advanced Helping Skills
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: HUS102
Builds upon the course, Helping Skills in Human Services, focusing attention on the different action steps used to deal with specific types of problems and people. Techniques of relaxation and shaping will be covered.
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Books
MEH206–XL
64782
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS312
3 4/20 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Gauthier View

 MGT102 - Principles of Management
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications proficiency
Covers the fundamentals of management including the functions of planning, organizing, influencing, and controlling in organizations. Prepares business students to better understand the management process.
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Books
MGT102–XL
63114
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS213
3 4/30 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Ogasian View

 MUS106 - Music Appreciation from 1810
Credit
How do I Register?
A listening course designed for all students which follows the history and development of music from 1810 to the present day. No previous background in music is necessary and MUS104 is not a prerequisite. A study of various historically significant works which seeks to identify what to listen for in music and emphasizes the aesthetic experience. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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Books
MUS106–XL
65001
Summer
2018
01:00 PM
04:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW323
3 12/30 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Keebaugh View
  Five seats are reserved for Early College students.

 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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Books
PHI106–XD
60043
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
226
3 4/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Rollins View
PHI106–XL
65002
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS211
3 8/30 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Whelan View

 PHI116 - Ethics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Study of the philosophical approach to moral experience. A systematic inquiry into human conduct with the purpose of discovering both the rules that ought to govern human action and the goods that are worth seeking in human life. Both classical and contemporary philosophers are studied. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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Room
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Books
PHI116–XOL
65283
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 24/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
F Altieri View
  PHI116 XOL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.

 PHI120 - Medical Ethics
Credit
How do I Register?
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.
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Books
PHI120–XD
64733
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
206
3 12/0 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
P Murano View
  PHI120 XD is restricted to STEM Starter Academy Summer Bridge students.
PHI120–YD
65305
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
306
3 14/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Decker View

 PLG205 - Computer Applications for the Law Office
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100 or OFT101 & OFT222 or OFT102 & OFT222
Introduction to computer applications within the law firm. This course focuses on document preparation, timekeeping, docket control, litigation support, case management, email communications, internet and computer-assisted legal research. Review of word-processing, database management, and spread sheet design is included.
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PLG205–CT
60204
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/HPSS
305
3 7/24 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
N Gerardi View
  PLG205 CT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings.

 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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Books
PSY102–EC
65106
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS110
3 24/30 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Lendall View
  PSY102 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program. This course meets July 9 - August 18.
PSY102–OL3
61418
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 23/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Harris View
  PSY102 XO2 meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.
PSY102–XL
62265
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 13/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
G Griffin View
PSY102–YD
63844
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
101
3 11/28 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Barr View

 PSY136 - Perspectives on Child Abuse
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Considers the issue of childism, as an attitude of unthinking and automatic superiority of elders over children. Topics will include but not be limited to: psychological attitudes and behavior society has towards children, motivational and dynamic aspects of abuses, behavior, victim reactions, environmental and chance factors contributing to child abuse, the effects of child abuse on the physical, emotional, psychological, social, and intellectual development of the child. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives.
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Books
PSY136–XOL
63499
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 25/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
C Genatossio View
  PSY136 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 PSY142 - Human Sexual Behavior
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
Human Sexual Behavior includes the diversity of topics necessary to obtain a holistic understanding of human sexual behavior. Aspects of sex and sexuality to be studied include: biological and developmental perspectives, clinical differentiation of sexual values; sexual physiology; sexual orientation; sexually transmitted diseases; contraception; sexual dysfunction; and sex therapy. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and social science electives.
Course-Sec/
CRN
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End Time
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
PSY142–XOL
64017
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 25/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Azzara View
  PSY142 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 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)
Course-Sec/
CRN
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
PSY204–XD
64812
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
101
3 17/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
J Dizio View
PSY204–XOL
64818
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 24/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Vazquez View
  PSY204 XO1 meets July 9 - August 18. 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.

 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.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
SOC106–XD
65293
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
302
3 10/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Mori View
SOC106–XL
60064
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS210
3 19/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
M Cote View
SOC106–XOL
63430
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 25/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Messina Duluk View
  SOC106 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 SOC204 - Criminology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: SOC106
Study of criminal and delinquent behavior in the United States with emphasis on measures of preventive control and treatment. Crime and delinquency are examined as personal and social problems. Fulfills open, liberal arts and social science electives. (Formerly SOC104)
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
Days Location/
Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
SOC204–XOL
64819
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 21/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Messina Duluk View
  SOC204 XOL meets July 9 - August 18. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 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.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
SPE102–EC
63462
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE304
3 13/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Mazzarini View
  This course is restricted to students in the Early College program.
SPE102–XD
63461
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
226
3 17/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Burt View
SPE102–XL
65333
Summer
2018
04:00 PM
07:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS210
3 2/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Mazzarini View
SPE102–XOL
64621
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 23/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
A Sears View
  SPE102 XOL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.
SPE102–YL
64862
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
12:15 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS213
3 9/22 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
Y Hayes View

 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.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
Days Location/
Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
SPE106–XL
64824
Summer
2018
12:30 PM
03:50 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS213
3 12/20 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
Y Hayes View

 SPN102 - Elementary Spanish 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: SPN101 or SPN101A or SPN101B
Elementary Spanish 2 is a continuation of SPN101. This course continues its emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills through dialogues, role playing situations and open-ended speech. Introduces new grammatical structures, increases the use of the language and enhances appreciation of cultural differences. Classroom activities are reinforced by assigned work using multimedia materials. Fulfills open, liberal arts, humanities, and modern language electives.
Course-Sec/
CRN
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End Time
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Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
SPN102–XD
62344
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
313
3 10/20 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Richmond View

 SPN202 - Intermediate Spanish 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: SPN201
Intermediate Spanish 2 is the continuation of SPN201. It reviews and presents new grammar topics and develops an active vocabulary. Students attain an intermediate communicative competence and continue their awareness of the range of cultures in the Spanish-speaking countries. The course combines class discussions, oral presentations, compositions, analysis of literary pieces; articles and films are a part of this course. This course is conducted primarily in the target language. Fulfills open, liberal arts, humanities, and modern language electives.
Course-Sec/
CRN
Term Start/
End Time
Days Location/
Room
Credit Seats
Taken
Start/
End Dates
Instructor View
Books
SPN202–XOL
65286
Summer
2018

 
Distance Learning 3 1/25 Jul 9, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
I Fernandez View
  SPN202 XOL 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.

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