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 ART116 - Introduction to Digital Photography
Credit
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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–ADX
64799
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
09:55 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
202
3 14/25 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
K Pickard View
  ART116 ADX meets June 4 - August 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.

 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–BLX
60145
Summer
2018
06:30 PM
09:05 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE301
4 24/24 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
N Abdelmageed View
06:30 PM
08:35 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE303
Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  *BIO101 BLX meets June 4 - August 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - July 7.

 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–ALX
62532
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
11:10 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE303
4 18/24 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R Khalid View
09:00 AM
11:35 AM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW309
Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  *BIO212 ALX meets June 4 - August 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.

 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–AP1
65018
Summer
2018
04:30 PM
06:35 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
3 8/11 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
N Mades-Byrd View
  This course meets Jun 4 - August 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.
CMP101–AP2
65096
Summer
2018
08:00 AM
10:10 AM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
121
3 11/22 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Santos View
  There are no classes the week of July 2-7. This is a Hybrid course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.

 EMS104 - Emergency Medical Technician
Credit
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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–CT
65281
Summer
2018
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
 Monday
Danvers/HPSS
106
9 14/20 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
R West View
  This is an intensive hybrid course that includes weekly mandatory class meetings (practical skills development) and weekly online assignments (research/reading that constitutes the bulk of the course content). Students should expect to spend 10-15 hours/week on the online portion of the course. There is a mandatory orientation on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 from 6-9 pm. Class will be held during the July 2-7 break. For more information contact Greg West rwest01@northshore.edu

 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.
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FFL011–ALX
65076
Summer
2018
05:30 PM
07:25 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW303
3 13/22 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Connelly View
05:30 PM
07:25 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LW304
Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
  FFL011 ALX meets June 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.

 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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FFL013–ALX
65077
Summer
2018
07:45 PM
09:40 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW325
3 13/22 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
E Cakounes View
  FFL013 ALX meets June 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.

 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–AP1
65079
Summer
2018
07:00 PM
09:05 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
3 6/11 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
N Mades-Byrd View
  FFL015 AP1 meets June 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes the week of July 2-7. Students taking FFL015 AP1 must also register for CMP101A AP1.
FFL015–AP2
65098
Summer
2018
10:30 AM
12:40 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
121
3 2/11 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Santos View
  Students taking FFL015 AP2 must also register for CMP101A AP2. There are no classes the week of July 2- 7. This is a Hybrid course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings.

 MAT050 - Foundations of Mathematics Literacy
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Placement into Level 2 Communications 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. College success content will be integrated with mathematical topics.Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the use of mathematics and technology to solve practical problems, and to analyze and communicate results. Successful completion of this course with a grade of C or better satisfies prerequisites for MAT110 or MAT002 and confers mathematics proficiency.
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MAT050–ADX
64947
Summer
2018
06:30 PM
09:10 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Math&Sci
208
4 9/20 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
T Serino View
  MAT050 ADX meets June 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.
MAT050–ALX
64946
Summer
2018
09:00 AM
10:45 AM
 Monday Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LE305
4 9/20 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
E Casey View
  MAT050 ALX meets June 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes the week of July 2 - 7.

 MAT110 - Mathematics Literacy
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Mathematics proficiency, CEAR score 20-53, and placement into Communications Level 2
The course is designed to develop mathematics literacy skills that are required by non-STEM majors to support their success in subsequent college mathematics courses. An activity-based approach is used to develop mathematics literacy through problem solving, critical thinking, writing and communicating mathematics. 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. Upon completion, students should be able to use conceptual and procedural mathematical tools in a variety of contexts required for MAT14X courses. Successful completion of this course with a grade of C or better satisfies math prerequisites for MAT14X courses. Fulfills liberal arts and open elective. Does not fulfill college level math elective (MAT140 or higher).
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MAT110–ALX
64699
Summer
2018
06:30 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
4 12/20 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
L Cole View
  MAT110 ALX meets June 4- Aug 18. There are no classes July 2 - 7.

 OFT138 - Medical Coding Practicum
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: OFT134 and OFT136 with 'C' or better
This course provides students with the opportunity to apply coding principles learned in the classroom environment in an actual on-site health care facility or by completing a hands-on coding simulation. The on-site practicum consists of thirty hours as arranged between the work site supervisor and the student. The simulation consists of thirty hours of coding practical scenario equivalent to thirty hours of work experience.
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OFT138–ADX
64802
Summer
2018
04:30 PM
05:45 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/HPSS
226
1 13/25 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Vance View
  OFT138 ADX meets Jun 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes July 2 - 7.

 OFT234 - Advanced Diagnosis and Procedure Coding
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: OFT134 and OFT136 with 'C' or better
This course is a continuation of instruction in diagnosis and procedure coding and includes a capstone project integrating knowledge and skills gained from previous coursework. Extensive use of inpatient and outpatient cases and scenarios, encoding and grouping software, along with a variety of external resources are utilized. Prospective payment systems and their role in code assignment is further explored with continued emphasis on coding compliance.
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OFT234–ADX
64803
Summer
2018
04:30 PM
07:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
305
3 12/30 Jun 4, 2018
Aug 18, 2018
D Vance View
  OFT234 ADX meets June 4 - Aug 18. There are no classes July 2 - 7.

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