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1 Offering classes in Brockton, Canton, Middleborough & Online You re Invited to attend our Spring Open House April 9 th in Brockton 5:30 pm-7:00 pm Summer 2015 Summer Athletics, Science Programs for Kids, STEM Starter Academy and so much more! Credit, Non-Credit & Online Courses Degree & Certificate Programs Days/Evenings/Weekends Transfer Credit Affordable Tuition Open Enrollment Corporate Education Apply Online TODAY! Summer I Classes begin May 26 Summer II Classes begin July 6 Visit us at massasoit.edu/summer Call Toll Free: CAREERS or TDD (for hearing impaired only)

2 The Mission of the College We at Massasoit Community College pride ourselves in our tradition of excellence and in our historic mission of accepting all who desire to learn. We are dedicated to creating a challenging and supportive environment where the members of our community can attain their educational and personal goals. We encourage all to take responsibility for their learning, to discover their potential, and to achieve their ambitions. Recognizing that our diversity is an important source of our strength, we respond to the needs of our community and expect that everyone at Massasoit respects the rights and affirms the dignity of all people. We strive to construct a safe and trustful environment where together we can engage in open dialogue. Board of Trustees Pamerson O. Ifill, Chair David L. Phillips, Vice Chair Peter G. Asiaf, Jr., Secretary Anthony Simonelli, Assistant Secretary Bonnie Blackler Mary T. Brophy, M.D., M.P.H. Thomas E. Carroll, Jr. Maria Jeanne Martins David M. Offutt Judith C. Waterston Jean B. Derenoncourt, Student Trustee College Administration President Dr. Charles Wall Senior Vice President and Vice President of the Canton Campus and College Advancement Nick Palantzas Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Barbara McCarthy Vice President for Administration/CFO William A. Mitchell Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management David Tracy Executive Director of External Relations and Special Assistant to the President Phillip Sheppard, Esq. Table of Contents Brockton Campus Course Listings (Credit)... 7 Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Listings Canton Campus Course Listings (Credit) Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Listings Middleborough Center Course Listings (Credit) Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Listings Academic Calendar... 5 Academic Information Bookstore Hours... 5 College Directory... 3 Community Education (Non-Credit) Course Descriptions ESL/ESOL... 4 Financial Information... 3 Library... 4 Online Learning... 6 Registration Form Registration Schedule... 5 Senior Summer Institute... 5 Testing & Assessment... 4 Statement of Publication This is an official publication of Massasoit Community College. Course offerings, dates, tuition, fees, and other information are subject to change at any time. The College reserves the right to add, withdraw, or revise any provision or requirement described herein. The information in this publication is provided solely for the convenience of the reader, and the College expressly disclaims any liability which may otherwise be incurred. This publication is neither a contract nor an offer to make a contract. In an effort to support the Sustainability Task Force Committee in their initiative, we are proud to announce that this brochure is printed on 100% recycled paper. Massasoit Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexual orientation in its programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes and college policies. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence is prohibited. Inquiries or complaints shall be referred to the Affirmative Action Officer/Title IX Coordinator: Yolanda Dennis, Executive Director of the Office of Institutional Diversity at , ext or Administration Building Room 229. Inquiries or complaints may also be directed to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission or the United States Department of Education s Office for Civil Rights

3 College Office Directory General Information All extensions can be accessed by dialing or For a full directory, go to BROCKTON CANTON 1801 Academic Resource Center (ARC) Admissions Advisement & Counseling 2114, Bookstore Business Office Center for Lifelong Learning 1041 College Police , 1310 Community Education , 1861, 1862 Conference Center (Direct Line: ) 1509, 1302 Corporate Education 1302 Development and Alumni Relations Office 2602, 2603, Directions Disability Services Evening Services Financial Aid Health Services Library , 1063 Military & Veterans Services 1949 Registrar/Registration Student Life , 1994 Testing and Assessment 1234 Theatre (Box Office) Your call is important to us! Cost of Attendance Fees MA Resident Non-MA Resident Cost per credit Cost per credit Tuition $24 $230 General College Fee $147 $147 Technology Fee $8 $8 Total per credit $179 $385 To calculate the cost for credit courses: MA Resident: $179 x number of credit hours + course fees = Total course cost Examples: Fundamentals of Math, 3 credit hours $179 x 3 = $537 Biological Principles I, 4 credit hours + course fee* $179 x 4 = $716 + $30 = $746 Non-Resident: $385 x number of credit hours + course fees = Total course cost Examples: Fundamentals of Math, 3 credit hours $385 x 3 = $1155 Biological Principles I, 4 credit hours + course fee* $385 x 4 = $ $30 = $1570 *Additional course fees apply to Science, Allied Health, and Online courses. Note: Students enrolled in the Self Supporting Allied Health Programs pay an additional $123 per credit. Students enrolled in the Paramedic Certificate Program pay an additional $ per credit. Fees are subject to change without notice. Contact Massasoit Brockton Campus One Massasoit Blvd Brockton, MA Canton Campus 900 Randolph Street Canton, MA Middleborough Center 49 Union Street Middleborough, MA By Telephone Dial Direct: or Toll Free: CAREERS Callers who are deaf/hard of hearing may access any campus extension via preferred relay service. Financial Aid Massasoit Community College participates in a variety of financial aid programs to assist students in financing the cost of a college education. Students who wish to be considered for all forms of federal, state and institutional financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at Students seeking financial aid for the Summer I session should complete the FAFSA. Students seeking financial aid for the Summer II session should complete the FAFSA. All applicants are also required to complete an institutional financial aid application for each summer session. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office and online at www. massasoit.mass.edu/admissions/fin_aid/ documents.cfm. Further information about financial aid at Massasoit may be accessed at mass.edu/admissions/fin_aid/. If you need assistance, or have questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at , ext. 1479, or visit us on either the Brockton or Canton campus. The Financial Aid Office may also be reached via at 3

4 Assessment Information & Testing Schedule The Assessment office provides Accuplacer testing on a walk-in and appointment basis on the following days in Brockton: Monday 9:30 am Appointment only Tuesday 5:30 pm Appointment only Wednesday 9:00 am Walk-in session 11:30 pm Thursday 12:00 pm Walk-in session 2:00 pm Friday 9:30 am Appointment only Testing on the Canton and Middleborough campuses are administered one to two times a month by appointment only. Be sure to check the campus location when you schedule your appointment. TEAS tests, Biology challenge exams are by appointment only. For further information please contact the Testing and Assessment office at x1991 or x1994. A photo ID is REQUIRED for all testing. HiSET (formerly GED) transcript requests are now processed by Diploma Sender. Please submit your request by logging onto If a student arrives late they may have to reschedule their testing date. Coaching Sessions Coaching sessions are designed to help students perform to the best of their ability on Massasoit s placement exams. Each one-hour session offers strategies for taking the mathematics or reading test. The sessions will include practice materials and an overview of the courses students may place into per their test scores. Also, a brief review of essay-writing will be included in the reading session. This coaching is free to Massasoit students who may attend one or both of the subject-area sessions. Dates & Times Select the coaching session(s) you wish to attend Monday, June 8, Brockton Campus, Room TBA Math: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Reading & Writing: 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm Monday, June 15, Brockton Campus, Room TBA Math: 10:00 am-11:00 am Reading & Writing: 11:15 am-12:15 pm Monday, June 22, Brockton Campus, Room TBA Reading & Writing: 6:00 pm-7:00 pm Math: 7:15 pm-8:15 pm Monday, July 13, Brockton Campus, Room TBA Reading & Writing: 3:00 pm-4:00 pm Math: 4:15 pm-5:15 pm Monday, July 20, Brockton Campus, Room TBA Math: 6:00 pm-7:00 pm Reading & Writing: 6:15 pm-7:15 pm For additional information on the coaching sessions, please call x1811. Library Summer Hours 2015 Brockton - Summer Session I & II x1941 When classes are in session: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Saturday & Sunday Library Closed During Breaks*: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Saturday & Sunday Library Closed Canton - Summer Session I x2942 When classes are in session: Monday Thursday 8:00 am 8:00 pm Friday 8:00 am 4:00 pm Saturday & Sunday Library Closed During Breaks*: Library Closed Canton - Summer Session II Library will be available for classes and/or orientations by appointment only. Call Pauline x1948 During Breaks*: Library Closed (*During Breaks hours may vary. Please call for exact hours.) Your Library Card is your validated Student ID with a barcode. English as a Second Language (ESL)* Brockton & Canton Campuses Massasoit s ESL courses are advanced college-level courses. Potential students whose first language is not English must be assessed for English as a Second Language rather than for Introduction to Writing, English Composition, or Preparing for College Reading. Students must register for an ESL evaluation. Students will be placed in College ESL courses, if appropriate. Students desiring financial aid must be accepted into an eligible degree or certificate program for ESL courses to be financial aid eligible. We recommend students apply at least 2 months in advance of the beginning of the semester, and earlier, whenever possible. Students not ready for Massasoit s college-level ESL classes will be directed to alternative ESOL programs for further development of English skills. Please call extension 1790 to register for an ESL evaluation, or sign up online at: *By appointment only on both campuses. Brockton Campus Only Date March 24 April 2 April 13 April 21 April 23 April 27 May 12 May 18 May 21 May 26 May 27 June 4 June 22 July 8 July 21 July 30 August 10 Day Tuesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Monday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Monday Canton Campus Only Date March 25 April 15 May 13 June 18 July 13 August 4 Day Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Tuesday All Brockton ESL Testing is from 4:30-7:30 pm in Room 149, Student Center, lower level. All Canton ESL Testing is from 4:30-7:30 PM in Room 108, Administration Building. See pages 22 and 29 for scheduled ESL classes and course descriptions. 4

5 Registration Information Summer 2015 Registration Schedule Registration for Summer Session I is available March 30 May 27 Registration for Summer Session II is available March 30 July 7 Current students can register online through their MyMassasoit account. New students register by: Mail: Registrar s Office, 1 Massasoit Blvd., Brockton, MA Fax: Walk-in: Brockton, Canton, or Middleborough Offices Registrar s Office Hours: 8 am 5 pm Extended Hours: Monday Thursday 5/18 5/21 5 p.m. 7 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday 5/26 & 5/27 5 p.m. 7 p.m. Monday Wednesday 6/329 7/2 5 p.m. 7 p.m. (closed 7/3; holiday observed) Monday & Tuesday 7/6 & 7/7 5 p.m. 7 p.m. Deadline/Refund Schedule Academic Calendar Summer Session I Tuesday, May 26 Summer I 2015 classes begin Wednesday, May 27 Last day to add or drop a Summer I 2015 course without a record Friday, June 5 Thursday, June 11 Thursday, June 25 Summer Session II Monday, July 6 Thursday, July 23 Thursday, August 6 Makeup for Memorial Day Last day to withdraw from a portion of a schedule for Summer I 2015 Summer I 2015 classes end Summer II 2015 classes begin Last day to withdraw from a portion of a schedule for Summer II 2015 Summer II 2015 classes end Last day to add a class or Last day for 50% refund Last day to withdraw drop without a record; (no refund after this date) from an individual course online registration available; (WD on record) (WD on record) 100% refund Summer I (5/27 6/25) May 27 May 27 June 11 Summer II (7/6 8/6) July 7 July 7 July 23 For more information, contact us: Brockton Canton Middleborough Registrar s Office Enrollment Center Director s Office Administration Bldg., Room A240 First Floor Main Floor , ext , ext , ext Visit our website Senior Summer Institute June 22 through June 25 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. A Program of Intellectual Stimulation and Personal Enrichment Massasoit Community College, through the Center for Lifelong Learning, encourages older adults interested in educational, cultural, and social issues to participate in a special weeklong summer program. Each day includes academic classes and discussions, as well as experiential opportunities for integrated learning. Students may register in the Brockton or Canton Registrar s Office beginning March 30, Mail applications will not be processed prior to March 30, Cost: $50 For more information call ext or 1309 Massasoit Bookstore Hours Summer 2015 Brockton & Canton Summer Session I May 26 June 25, 2015 Tuesday Thursday Friday Brockton Friday Canton 9:00am 6:30pm 9:00am 5:00pm Closed Summer Session II July 6 August 6, 2015 Monday Thursday 9:00am 6:30pm Regular Summer Hours - Brockton Monday Thursday Friday 9:00am 4:00pm 9:00am 1:00pm 5

6 Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses Summer 2015 Online Learning ENGL101 Massasoit Community College offers two types of online learning courses: fully online courses and hybrid courses. These courses provide a way for you to customize your learning experience to match your educational goals, learning styles, and scheduling constraints. Please visit our webpage (http://massasoit.mass.edu/massasoit_online/) to learn more about online learning at Massasoit, or contact us at Online learning orientation sessions are held on campus the week before and/or during the first week of classes. Orientation sessions provide assistance with using Canvas (Massasoit s learning management system), strategies for ensuring your success, and general information about your online class. All students are also enrolled in the Canvas Student Orientation course an optional, self-paced online course which they can refer to throughout the semester: https://massasoit.instructure.com/courses/ The orientation sessions begin promptly at the times listed below. Attendance is on a drop-in basis. Summer Orientation Dates: Wednesday, May 20 5:00 6:00 pm Room B543 Thursday, May 21 5:00 6:00 pm Room C127, Canton Campus Tuesday, May 26 12:30 1:30 pm Room B543 Wednesday, May 27 12:00 1:00 pm Room C127, Canton Campus Thursday, May 28 5:00 6:00 pm Room MD102, Middleborough Center Monday, July 6 12:00 1:00 pm Room B543 Tuesday, July 7 5:00 6:00 pm Room B543 Wednesday, July 8 12:00 1:00 pm Room C127, Canton Campus Thursday, July 9 5:00 6:00 pm Room MD102, Middleborough Center Online Courses Online courses allow students to take courses any place they have access to a computer connected to the Internet. Each course has a site on the World Wide Web, where assignments and communication with the instructor can take place. Students are required to have regular access to a computer with a working Internet connection for online courses. With online classes, students meet online during the semester. This gives students the opportunity to experience the individualized, studentcentered attention for which Massasoit is known, without having to leave home or rush from work every week. Summer Session I - Online Courses ANTH101 Introduction to Anthropology BIOL138 Human Nutrition BUSN110 Introduction to Business BUSN112 Principles of Management BUSN113 Managerial Communication BUSN120 Principles of Marketing BUSN123 Advertising BUSN201 Business Law I CCED201 Admin/Sup/Mgmt of Child Care Programs CJUS101 Introduction to-criminal Justice CJUS223 Invest Forensic Services CJUS234 Management of Criminal Justice Organizations CJUS305 Criminal Law CJUS309 Probation & Parole CTIM100 Computer Keyboard CTIM157 Introduction to Java Programming CTIM271 Database Concepts & Practices ECON201 Principles of Economics I English Composition I ENGL102 English Composition II ENGL119 Creative Writing ENGL121 Children s Literature ENGL141 Women in Literature ENGL213 American Literature I ENGL214 American Literature II HIST103 U S History I HIST104 U S History II MATH112 Intermediate Algebra MATH131 Introduction to Statistics MDIA111 Introduction to Mass Communication MLSP101 Beginning Spanish I PHIL101 Introduction to Philosophy PSYC202 Child Psychology PSYC203 Adolescent Psychology PSYC205 Human Growth & Development PSYC301 Social Psychology SOCI204 Sociology of Deviance SPCH105 Speech Communication Summer Session II - Online Courses BIOL138 Human Nutrition BUSN110 Introduction to Business BUSN127 Human Resources Management BUSN201 Business Law I BUSN301 Organizational Behavior CJUS101 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJUS211 Introduction to Private Security CJUS215 Terrorism and the Criminal Justice System CJUS306 Criminal Procedure CTIM101 Beginning Windows CTIM102 Beginning Word CTIM103 Beginning Excel CTIM168 Advanced Java Programming CTIM285 Python CTIM287 HTML5 Web & Applications ECON201 Principles of Economics I ENGL101 English Composition I ENGL102 English Composition II ENGL121 Children s Literature ENGL213 American Literature I ENGL214 American Literature II GOVT105 American National Government HIST104 U S History II MATH121 Topics Math I MATH131 Introduction to Statistics MATH221 Calculus I PHIL101 Introduction to Philosophy PSYC101 General Psychology PSYC205 Human Growth & Development SPCH105 Speech Communication Summer Session I - Hybrid Courses (Brockton Campus) Hybrid courses are a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. Each course will have a course website in Canvas, where assignments and communication with the instructor can take place. Approximately half of the class sessions are conducted face-to-face to further explain course material. Students are required to have regular access to a computer with a working Internet connection for hybrid courses. Hybrid courses allow students the opportunity to balance the best of two worlds: face-to-face interaction with an instructor and classmates combined with the opportunity to experience individualized, student-centered attention while accessing campus resources from home or work. BIOL121 Biological Principles I Summer Session I Face-to-face class every Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 to 4:10 pm, Room S216 Go to Massasoit Community College s quick course search for updated information at: Don t see a course you are looking for? Check out the Community Education online course offerings beginning on page 22. 6

7 Summer 2015 Session I Abbreviations Key: CRN-Course Reference Number; Fees-Denotes an additional monetary fee; PR-Pre-requisite; + - Course has a pre-and/or co-requisite. See course description on website for details. Days: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday, U-Sunday. Attributes: AR-Architecture; ATF-Visual Arts/Fine Arts; ATG-Visual Arts/Art & Graphic Design; BU-Business; ET-Electronics; FA-Fine Arts; HU-Humanities; LA-Liberal Arts; LS-Lab Science; ML-Modern Language; SC-Science; SS-Social Science Brockton Campus CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Accounting ACCT Financial Acct I MW 6:00P-10:00P 4 Pacheco B 439 5/26-6/25 BU Financial Acct I R 6:00P-10:00P 4 Pacheco B 440 5/26-6/25 BU ACCT Finan Acct II MT 8:00A-12:00P 4 Sterlin B 336 5/26-6/25 BU Finan Acct II R 8:00A-12:00P 4 Sterlin B 440 5/26-6/25 BU ACCT Managerial Account MR 6:00P-10:00P 4 Regan B 336 5/26-6/25 BU Managerial Account T 6:00P-10:00P 4 Regan B 440 5/26-6/25 BU ACCT Computr Bus Appl MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 Murray B 545 5/26-6/25 BU Anthropology ANTH101-E10 Intro Anthropology 3 $30 Belrose 5/26-6/25 LA SS Art ARTG Drawing I MW 1:00P-6:25P 3 OLeary FA 455 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA ARTG Color/Design I TR 9:00A-2:25P 3 Simpson Wa FA 455 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA Biology BIOL Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 216 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 219 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Biological Prin I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 216 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL121-H10 Biological Prin I TR 12:30P-4:10P 4 $70 STAFF S 216 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Blended class: meets on the Brockton campus the following dates: 5/28, 5/30, 6/4, 6/6, 6/11, 6/18, & 6/ BIOL Human Nutrition MW 12:30P-4:30P 3 STAFF S 538 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL138-E10 Human Nutrition 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Face-to-face proctored midterm & final exams BIOL138-E11 Human Nutrition 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Face-to-face proctored midterm & final exams BIOL138-E12 Human Nutrition 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Nutrition Lab W 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 STAFF S 219 5/26-6/25 LS BIOL Intro Biology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF S 219 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Lab Intro Biology M 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 STAFF S 219 5/26-6/25 LS BIOL Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 535 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 535 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 546 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 546 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Microbiology MTWR 8:00A-12:15P 4 $30 STAFF S 325 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Microbiology MTWR 12:45P-5:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 325 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Microbiology MTWR 5:30P-9:45P 4 $30 STAFF S 325 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Business BUSN Intro to Business MTWR 10:00A-12:00P 3 McRorie B 224 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN112-E10 Prin of Management 3 $30 Thompson 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN113-E10 Managerial Comm 3 $30 Laidler 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN120-E10 Prin of Marketing 3 $30 Frizzell 5/26-6/25 BU Online course: orientation recommended for first time students BUSN123-E10 Advertising 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN Business Law I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Devito B 224 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN201-E10 Business Law I 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 BU * The makeup day for Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) is Friday, June 5. 7Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses

8 Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses Summer 2015 Session I CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes BUSN Organiz Behavior MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 326 5/26-6/25 BU Chemistry CHEM Ps-Surv Chemistry MTWR 6:00P-8:50P 3 $30 STAFF S 431 5/26-6/25 LA SC CHEM Gen Chemistry I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 433 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC CHEM Gen Chemistry I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 433 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC CHEM Gen Chemistry II MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 431 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Child Care Education CCED Behav Mgmt in CC TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Hanson LA 447 5/26-6/ CCED Dev-Early Child MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 222 5/26-6/ CCED201-E10 Adm-Supr-Mgt Child 3 $30 Manganaro 5/26-6/25 Computer Technology Information Management CTIM100-E10 Computer Keyboard 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/ CTIM Beginning Windows MTWR 8:00-9:55A 1 Sherry B 103 5/26-6/25 Class meets May 26-June CTIM Beginning Word MTWR 8:00-9:55A 1 STAFF B 103 5/26-6/25 Class meets June 4-June CTIM Beginning Excel MTWR 8:00-9:55A 1 STAFF B 103 5/26-6/25 Class meets June 16-June CTIM Keyboard Workshop T 6:00P-9:00P 1 STAFF B 111 5/26-6/ CTIM157-E10 Intro Java Prog 3 $30 Brown-Sede 5/26-6/25 Online course: orientation recommended for first time students CTIM271-E10 Database Con&Prac 3 $30 Meggison 5/26-6/25 Criminal Justice CJUS101-E10 Int-Crim Justice 3 $30 Dicarlo 5/26-8/6 10-week course: 5/26/15-8/6/ CJUS Evid & Court Procd TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 562 5/26-6/ CJUS223-E10 Invest Foren Serv 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/ CJUS234-E10 Mgmt Crim Just Org 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/ CJUS Corrections MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF B 225 5/26-6/ CJUS305-E10 Criminal Law 3 $30 Faiella 5/26-6/ CJUS309-E10 Probation & Parole 3 $30 Black 5/26-6/25 Culinary Arts CULA Intro to Baking TWR 8:00A-11:40A 3 Curtis SC 224 5/26-6/25 Dance DANC Latin Dance II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 1 STAFF FH 205 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA Economics ECON Prin of Econ I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 560 5/26-6/25 LA SS ECON Prin of Econ I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Travis B 548 5/26-6/25 LA SS ECON201-E10 Prin of Econ I 3 $30 Roy 5/26-6/25 LA SS English ENGL Prep Col Read I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 221 5/26-6/ ENGL Prep Col Read I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 220 5/26-6/ ENGL Prep Col Read II TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF T 220 5/26-6/ ENGL Prep Col Read II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF T 220 5/26-6/ ENGL Intro Writing MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 222 5/26-6/ ENGL English Comp I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF T 221 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 221 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 222 5/26-6/25 HU LA 8 * The makeup day for Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) is Friday, June 5.

9 CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes ENGL English Comp I TR 5:30P-7:30P 3 STAFF T 221 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MW 5:00P-9:00P 3 STAFF T 220 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL101-E10 English Comp I 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL101-E11 English Comp I 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF T 222 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 330 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp II TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF T 222 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 339 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL102-E10 English Comp II 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL102-E11 English Comp II 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL119-E10 Creative Writing 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL121-E10 Children s Lit 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL121-E11 Children s Lit 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA Online course: orientation recommended for first time students ENGL141-E10 Women in Lit 3 $30 Fallas 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL Amer Literature I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF LA 449 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL Amer Literature I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 443 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL213-E10 Amer Literature I 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students ENGL214-E10 Amer Literature II 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA Online course: orientation recommended for first-time students English as a Second Language ENSL College ESL I MW 6:00P-8:20P 3 STAFF LA 219 5/26-7/20 HU LA ENSL College ESL II MW 6:00P-8:20P 3 STAFF LA 447 5/26-7/20 HU LA ENSL Conv/Pronun ESL TR 6:00P-8:20P 3 STAFF LA 556 5/26-7/20 HU LA Government GOVT Amer Nat Governmnt TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 217 5/26-6/25 LA SS GOVT Amer Nat Governmnt MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Chiano LA 217 5/26-6/25 LA SS GOVT State & Local Govt MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Smith LA 562 5/26-6/25 LA SS History HIST Hist West Civ I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Rotman H 227 5/26-6/25 LA SS HIST Hist West Civ II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 329 5/26-6/25 LA SS HIST U S History I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Nagle LA 449 5/26-6/25 LA SS HIST103-E10 U S History I 3 $30 Mastrangel 5/26-6/25 LA SS Online course: orientation recommended for first time students HIST103-E11 U S History I 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA SS HIST U S History II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF LA 447 5/26-6/25 LA SS HIST104-E10 U S History II 3 $30 Wojtowicz 5/26-6/25 LA SS Human Services HSRV Group Dynamics TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Shipman LA 559 5/26-6/25 Mathematics Summer 2015 Session I MATH Fundament of Math MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH Fundament of Math TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 441 5/26-6/ MATH Fundament of Math MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 443 5/26-6/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/25 * The makeup day for Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) is Friday, June 5. 9Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses

10 Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses Summer 2015 Session I CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF B 223 5/26-6/25 The makeup day for Memorial Day is Friday, June MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 5/26-6/ MATH112-E10 Inter Algebra 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 Face-to-face proctored midterm & final exams MATH Topics Math I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF B 439 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Topics Math I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 444 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Math Elem Teach I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 224 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Intro Statistics MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 441 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Intro Statistics MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 443 5/26-6/25 LA MATH131-E10 Intro Statistics 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA Face-to-face proctored midterm & final exams MATH131-E11 Intro Statistics 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA Face-to-face proctored midterm & final exams MATH College Algebra MTWR 10:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF S 101 5/26-6/25 LA MATH College Algebra TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF S 101 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Precalculus MWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF T 102 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Calculus I MWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF S 115 5/26-6/25 LA Media MDIA111-E10 Intro to Mass Comm 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA Online course: orientation recommended for first time students. Modern Language-Arabic MLAR Begin Arabic II MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF H 224 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML Modern Language-Cape Verdean MLCV Cape Verdean Cr I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF FA 327 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML Modern Language-French MLFR Begin French I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 441 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML Modern Language-Spanish MLSP Begin Spanish I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 329 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSP Begin Spanish I TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF H 330 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSP Begin Spanish I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 330 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSP101-E10 Begin Spanish I 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSP Begin Spanish II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 340 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSP Begin Spanish II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 226 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSP Inter Spanish I MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF H 441 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML Philosophy PHIL101-E10 Intro Philosophy 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 HU LA Physics PHYS Survey Astronomy TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF S 327 5/26-6/25 LA SC PHYS College Physics I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 327 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Psychology PSYC General Psychology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Boutin LA 560 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC General Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Godin LA 562 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC Abnormal Psych TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Strangis LA 219 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC Abnormal Psych MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF LA 562 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC Child Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Galante B 547 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC202-E10 Child Psychology 3 $30 Lucabaugh 5/26-6/25 LA SS 10 * The makeup day for Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) is Friday, June 5.

11 CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes PSYC203-E10 Adolescent Psych 3 $30 Clark 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC Human Growth & Dev MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Buker B 544 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC205-E10 Human Growth & Dev 3 $30 Azzara 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC301-E10 Social Psychology 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA SS Sociology SOCI Prin of Sociology MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 559 5/26-6/25 LA SS SOCI Prin of Sociology MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 McDonnell LA 217 5/26-6/25 LA SS SOCI Criminology MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Coole H 223 5/26-6/25 LA SS SOCI204-E10 Soc of Deviance 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 LA SS SOCI Family & Community MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 223 5/26-6/25 LA SS Speech SPCH Speech Comm MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF FA 329 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA SPCH Speech Comm MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF FA 329 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA SPCH Speech Comm TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF H 329 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA SPCH Speech Comm MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF FA 330 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA SPCH105-E10 Speech Comm 3 $30 STAFF 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA SPCH Oral Interpret TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF FA 329 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA Canton Campus Summer 2015 Session I CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Accounting ACCT Finan Acct II MT 6:00P-10:00P 4 Garren C 125 5/26-6/25 BU Finan Acct II R 6:00P-10:00P 4 Garren C 127 5/26-6/25 BU Art ARTG Painting MTW 9:00A-12:40P 3 Boutin C 412 5/26-6/25 ATF ATG FA HU LA Biology BIOL Biological Prin I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF C 320 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Intro Enviro Sci MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF C 314 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 9:00A-12:30P 4 $30 STAFF C 320 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Business BUSN Intro to Business TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Bielenin C 208 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN Prin of Marketing MTWR 9:00A-10:50A 3 STAFF C 208 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN Organiz Behavior MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 208 5/26-6/25 BU Computer Technology Information Management CTIM Beginning Windows TR 8:00A-12:00P 1 Tamulinas C 127 5/26-6/25 Class meets May 26, 28, & June CTIM Beginning Word TR 8:00A-12:00P 1 Tamulinas C 127 5/26-6/25 Class meets June 4, 9, & CTIM Beginning Excel TR 8:00A-11:00A 1 Tamulinas C 127 5/26-6/25 Class meets June 16, 18, 23, & 25. Economics ECON Prin of Econ I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 124 5/26-6/25 LA SS English ENGL English Comp I TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF C 312 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF C 135 5/26-6/25 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF C 312 5/26-6/25 HU LA History HIST U S History I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 310 5/26-6/25 LA SS * The makeup day for Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) is Friday, June 5. 11Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses

12 Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses Summer 2015 Session I CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes HIST U S History II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Finkle C 301 5/26-6/25 LA SS Mathematics MATH Fundament of Math MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF C 303 5/26-6/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF C 303 5/26-6/ MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF C 307 5/26-6/ MATH Contemporary Math TR 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF C 309 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Intro Statistics MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF C 305 5/26-6/25 LA MATH Technical Math I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 307 5/26-6/25 LA MATH College Algebra MTW 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF C 305 5/26-6/25 LA Modern Language-Spanish MLSP Begin Spanish II TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF C 135 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML Physics PHYS Con Tech Phy I MTW 6:00P-9:40P 3 $30 STAFF C 314 5/26-6/25 LA SC Psychology PSYC General Psychology MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Frizzell C 309 5/26-6/25 LA SS Sociology SOCI Prin of Sociology MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Klenert C 305 5/26-6/25 LA SS Speech SPCH Speech Comm MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 124 5/26-6/25 FA HU LA Middleborough Center CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Biology BIOL121-M10 Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF MD 108 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL138-M10 Human Nutrition MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 104 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC BIOL201-M10 Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF MD 108 5/26-6/25 LA LS SC Business BUSN110-M10 Intro to Business TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF MD 103 5/26-6/25 BU BUSN201-M10 Business Law I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF MD 104 5/26-6/25 BU EMS - Paramedic EMSP112-M10 Para Pharmacology W 5:30P-7:30P 2 $260 STAFF 5/26-6/25 English ENGL101-M10 English Comp I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF MD 104 5/26-6/25 HU LA History HIST103-M10 U S History I TR 8:30A-12:30P 3 STAFF MD 103 5/26-6/25 LA SS Journalism JOUR120-M10 Journalism Basics MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF MD 105 5/26-6/25 HU LA Mathematics MATH010-M10 Fundament of Math MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF MD 102 5/26-6/ MATH101-M10 Intro Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF MD 102 5/26-6/ MATH112-M10 Inter Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF MD 102 5/26-6/ MATH131-M10 Intro Statistics TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF MD 106 5/26-6/25 LA Modern Language-Sign Language MLSL101-M10 Amer Sign Lang I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF MD 109 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML MLSL102-M10 Amer Sign Lang II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 109 5/26-6/25 HU LA ML 12 * The makeup day for Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) is Friday, June 5.

13 CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Psychology PSYC101-M10 General Psychology MW 5:30P-8:30P 3 STAFF MD 103 5/26-6/25 LA SS PSYC101-M11 General Psychology TR 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF MD 105 5/26-6/25 LA SS Sociology SOCI104-M10 Prin of Sociology TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF MD 105 5/26-6/25 LA SS Summer 2015 Session II Brockton Campus Summer 2015 Session II CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Accounting ACCT Financial Acct I MR 8:30A-12:00P 4 STAFF B 544 7/6-8/6 BU Financial Acct I T 8:30A-12:00P 4 STAFF B 545 7/6-8/6 BU ACCT Finan Acct II MW 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF B 544 7/6-8/6 BU Finan Acct II R 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF B 440 7/6-8/6 BU ACCT Managerial Account MR 8:30A-12:00P 4 STAFF B 336 7/6-8/6 BU Managerial Account T 8:30A-12:00P 4 STAFF B 440 7/6-8/6 BU ACCT Computr Bus Appl MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 545 7/6-8/6 BU Art ARTG Drawing I TR 9:00A-2:25P 3 Boutin FA 455 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA ARTG Color/Design II MW 9:00A-2:25P 3 Simpson Wa FA 455 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA Biology BIOL Biological Prin I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 216 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Biological Prin I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 216 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Biological Prin II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 535 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Human Nutrition MW 12:30P-4:30P 3 STAFF B 336 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL138-E20 Human Nutrition 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exam BIOL138-E21 Human Nutrition 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exam BIOL Nutrition Lab W 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 STAFF S 219 7/6-8/6 LS BIOL Intro Biology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF S 219 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Lab Intro Biology M 5:30P-10:00P 1 $30 STAFF S 219 7/6-8/6 LS BIOL Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 535 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 8:00A-11:30A 4 $30 STAFF S 546 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 546 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Microbiology MTWR 8:00A-12:15P 4 $30 STAFF S 325 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Microbiology MTWR 5:30P-9:45P 4 $30 STAFF S 325 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC Business BUSN110-E20 Intro to Business 3 $30 Peterson 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN Prin of Management MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 439 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN Prin of Marketing MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF B 222 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN Advertising TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 Fisher B 225 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN127-E20 Human Res Mgmt 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN Business Law I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 547 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN201-E20 Business Law I 3 $30 Pennel 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN301-E20 Organiz Behavior 3 $30 Bradford 7/6-8/6 BU Chemistry CHEM Ps-Surv Chemistry MTWR 6:00P-8:50P 3 $30 STAFF S 431 7/6-8/6 LA SC CHEM Gen Chemistry I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 433 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC CHEM Gen Chemistry II MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 431 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC CHEM Gen Chemistry II MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF S 433 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC 13Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses

14 Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses Summer 2015 Session II CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Child Care Education CCED Int Early Child Ed MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 101 7/6-8/ CCED Early Child Curr TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 217 7/6-8/6 Computer Technology Information Management CTIM101-E20 Beginning Windows 1 $10 STAFF 7/6-8/6 Session dates:7/6-7/ CTIM102-E20 Beginning Word 1 $10 STAFF 7/6-8/6 Session dates: 7/16-7/ CTIM103-E20 Beginning Excel 1 $10 STAFF 7/6-8/6 Session dates: 7/27-8/ CTIM168-E20 Adv Java Program 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/ CTIM285-E20 Python 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/ CTIM287-E20 HTML5 Web & Apps 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 Criminal Justice CJUS101-E20 Int-Crim Justice 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/ CJUS211-E20 Int Priv Security 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/ CJUS215-E20 Terr-Crim Just Sys 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/ CJUS306-E20 Criminal Procedure 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/ CJUS Police, Comm & Soc MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF B 223 7/6-8/6 Culinary Arts CULA Yeast Doughs TWR 8:00A-11:40A 3 STAFF SC 222 7/6-8/6 Economics ECON Prin of Econ I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 559 7/6-8/6 LA SS ECON Prin of Econ I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF B 223 7/6-8/6 LA SS ECON201-E20 Prin of Econ I 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS ECON Prin of Econ II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 559 7/6-8/6 LA SS English ENGL Prep Col Read II MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF T 221 7/6-8/ ENGL Intro Writing MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 220 7/6-8/ ENGL English Comp I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 222 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF T 220 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF T 222 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 221 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL101-E20 English Comp I 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL101-E21 English Comp I 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 222 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 329 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp II MW 5:00P-9:00P 3 STAFF T 220 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL English Comp II TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF T 221 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL102-E20 English Comp II 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL102-E21 English Comp II 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL121-E20 Children s Lit 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL213-E20 Amer Literature I 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL Amer Literature II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF LA 449 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL Amer Literature II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 225 7/6-8/6 HU LA 14

15 Summer 2015 Session II CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes ENGL214-E20 Amer Literature II 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA ENGL214-E21 Amer Literature II 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA Government GOVT Amer Nat Governmnt TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 562 7/6-8/6 LA SS GOVT Amer Nat Governmnt MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 443 7/6-8/6 LA SS GOVT105-E20 Amer Nat Governmnt 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS GOVT State & Local Govt TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 222 7/6-8/6 LA SS History HIST Hist West Civ I MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF B 439 7/6-8/6 LA SS HIST Hist West Civ II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF LA 562 7/6-8/6 LA SS HIST U S History I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 Kelly LA 559 7/6-8/6 LA SS HIST U S History II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 439 7/6-8/6 LA SS HIST104-E20 U S History II 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS HIST104-E21 U S History II 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS Human Services HSRV Interview Techniq MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 Prospere LA 559 7/6-8/6 Mathematics MATH Fundament of Math MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 224 7/6-8/ MATH Fundament of Math MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Fundament of Math MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 441 7/6-8/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Intro Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF H 443 7/6-8/ MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH Inter Algebra MTWR 6:00P-7:55P 3 STAFF H 442 7/6-8/ MATH121-E20 Topics Math I 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams MATH Topics Math II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 444 7/6-8/6 LA MATH Math Elem Teach II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF FA 329 7/6-8/6 LA MATH Intro Statistics TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 224 7/6-8/6 LA MATH131-E20 Intro Statistics 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams MATH131-E21 Intro Statistics 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams MATH College Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF T 542 7/6-8/6 LA MATH College Algebra MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 441 7/6-8/6 LA MATH Precalculus MTWR 8:00A-10:40A 4 STAFF H 444 7/6-8/6 LA MATH221-E20 Calculus I 4 $40 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA Face-to-face proctored midterm and final exams MATH Calculus II MWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF B 223 7/6-8/6 LA Modern Language-Cape Verdean MLCV Cape Verdean Cr II TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 339 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML Modern Language-French MLFR Begin French II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 227 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses

16 Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses Summer 2015 Session II CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Modern Language-Spanish MLSP Begin Spanish I MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 219 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML MLSP Begin Spanish II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 113 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML MLSP Begin Spanish II MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 330 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML MLSP Inter Spanish II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 330 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML Philosophy PHIL Intro Philosophy MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF B 547 7/6-8/6 HU LA PHIL101-E20 Intro Philosophy 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 HU LA Online Course: orientation recommended for first-time students. Physics PHYS College Physics II MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF S 327 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC Psychology PSYC General Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF B 547 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC General Psychology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF LA 560 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC101-E20 General Psychology 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC101-E21 General Psychology 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC Abnormal Psych TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 441 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC Human Growth & Dev TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 336 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC Human Growth & Dev MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF B 222 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC205-E20 Human Growth & Dev 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC205-E21 Human Growth & Dev 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 LA SS Sociology SOCI Prin of Sociology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF LA 562 7/6-8/6 LA SS SOCI Prin of Sociology MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF H 552 7/6-8/6 LA SS SOCI Criminology MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF FA 329 7/6-8/6 LA SS Speech SPCH Speech Comm TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF T 113 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA SPCH Speech Comm MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF FA 329 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA SPCH Speech Comm MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF H 340 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA SPCH105-E20 Speech Comm 3 $30 STAFF 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA SPCH Oral Interpret MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF H 441 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA Theatre THET Intro to Theatre MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF FH 205 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA Discover Massasoit at Middleborough Center Visit us at an Information Session to learn more about our programs and how to get started, take a tour of the facility, and meet our staff. Information sessions are Mondays & Thursdays, at 3:00 pm. 16

17 Canton Campus Summer 2015 Session II CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Art ARTG Art His-West Wrld MW 9:00A-1:00P 3 STAFF C 125 7/6-8/6 ATF FA HU LA CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Biology BIOL Anatomy & Phys I MTWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 $30 STAFF C 320 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF C 320 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC Business BUSN Personal Finance TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 208 7/6-8/6 BU BUSN Prin of Management MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 Laurie C 208 7/6-8/6 BU English ENGL English Comp II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF C 301 7/6-8/6 HU LA Government GOVT State & Local Govt MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF B 222 7/6-8/6 LA SS Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning HVAC Electric & Cont TWR 8:00A-12:30P 4 Leahy C 201 7/6-8/6 History HIST U S History I MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF C 124 7/6-8/6 LA SS Mathematics MATH Intro Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF C 435 7/6-8/ MATH Inter Algebra MW 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF C 435 7/6-8/ MATH Intro Statistics MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF C 310 7/6-8/6 LA MATH Technical Math II MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 307 7/6-8/6 LA MATH Calculus I TWR 6:00P-9:30P 4 STAFF C 309 7/6-8/6 LA Modern Language-Spanish MLSP Begin Spanish I TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 301 7/6-8/6 HU LA ML Physics PHYS Con-Tech Phy II MTWR 6:00P-8:50P 3 $30 STAFF C 314 7/6-8/6 LA SC PHYS College Physics I MTWR 8:30A-12:00P 4 $30 STAFF C 314 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC Psychology PSYC General Psychology MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 124 7/6-8/6 LA SS Sociology SOCI Prin of Sociology TR 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 303 7/6-8/6 LA SS Speech SPCH Speech Comm MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF C 303 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA For those who serve, the support they deserve. The Veterans Services Office at Massasoit is located in the Student Center, room SC118 & SC120 on the Brockton Campus. For more information about Veterans Services please contact Brian Smith, Military Veterans Counselor, at x1063 or 17Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses

18 Summer 2015 Session II Middleborough Center Massasoit Summer 2015 Courses Credit Courses CRN PR Course Title Days Time Credits Fees Faculty Room Session Dates Attributes Biology BIOL115-M20 Human Form & Funct MTWR 6:00P-8:50P 3 $30 STAFF MD 108 7/6-8/6 LA SC BIOL121-M20 Biological Prin I MTWR 8:00A-11:30A 4 $30 STAFF MD 108 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC BIOL202-M20 Anatomy & Phys II MTWR 2:00P-5:30P 4 $30 STAFF MD 108 7/6-8/6 LA LS SC English ENGL102-M20 English Comp II MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF MD 105 7/6-8/6 HU LA Film FILM311-M20 Film Analysis MW 6:00P-10:00P 3 STAFF MD 103 7/6-8/6 FA HU LA Mathematics MATH010-M20 Fundament of Math MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 102 7/6-8/ MATH101-M20 Intro Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 102 7/6-8/ MATH112-M20 Inter Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 102 7/6-8/ MATH131-M20 Intro Statistics MTWR 8:00A-9:55A 3 STAFF MD 106 7/6-8/6 LA MATH203-M20 College Algebra MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 105 7/6-8/6 LA Psychology PSYC101-M20 General Psychology MTWR 10:00A-11:55A 3 STAFF MD 106 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC101-M21 General Psychology TR 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF MD 105 7/6-8/6 LA SS PSYC205-M20 Human Growth & Dev TR 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF MD 109 7/6-8/6 LA SS Sociology SOCI104-M20 Prin of Sociology TR 8:00A-12:00P 3 STAFF MD 104 7/6-8/6 LA SS SOCI104-M21 Prin of Sociology MW 5:30P-9:30P 3 STAFF MD 105 7/6-8/6 LA SS The 7th Annual 16 th Annual Massasoit Community College Foundation Golf Classic June 8, 2015 Thorny Lea Golf Club Registration/Lunch at 11:30 am Tee Time at 1:00 pm 18 Sunday, May 17, Randolph St., Canton, MA am - 5pm / Rain or Shine massasoit.edu/artsfestival massasoit.edu/golf Development Office x 2602, 2603

19 massasoit community college STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM* Summer Session I 20 Summer Session II 20 Mail Completed Form to: MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGISTRAR S OFFICE One Massasoit Blvd., Brockton, MA or fax form with credit card authorization to: Fax: LAST NAME FIRST NAME MIDDLE NAME SSN OR STUDENT I.D. NUMBER STREET ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE CELL PHONE OTHER PHONE HOME WORK DATE OF BIRTH *NOTE: ALL STUDENTS ENROLLING IN CREDIT COURSES MUST COMPLETE THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS FORM Race/Ethnicity: (Optional) Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic/Latino? Yes No Male In addition, select one or more racial categories to describe yourself: American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian Black/African-American Cape Verdean Haitian Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Female High School student Veteran Dependent of veteran Member of the armed forces Have you attended Massasoit before? Yes No address: If you have a disability for which you believe you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Disabilities Services Providers at ext or NOTE: Please be advised that ceasing to attend a class DOES NOT constitute a withdrawal. If the proper form is not completed, a grade of Failure (F) will be recorded and financial aid, if awarded, may be cancelled. Summer Session I CRN COURSE / SECTION COURSE TITLE Summer Session II CRN COURSE / SECTION COURSE TITLE Non-degree students must submit proof of successful completion of prerequisite(s) along with the registration form. SUMMER REFUND SCHEDULE: Credit courses: Withdrawal before classes begin: 100% of tuition and fees. Withdrawal during the first two calendar days of summer session: 100% of tuition and fees. Withdrawal during the 3rd and 4th day of each session: 50% of tuition and fees. NO REFUND AFTER THE 4TH CALENDAR DAY OF EACH SESSION. Non-credit courses: Withdrawal before the first class, 100% refund. Withdrawal after the 1st class and before the 2nd class varies from 0-50% depending on the total length of the course. Student Signature Date PAYMENT BY: Credit Card Check Cost Calculation Please be sure to check the current brochure for cost information. Credit Hours x $179 = $ + Course Fees (For Science, Allied Health and Online courses) $ + Community Education Courses $ TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $ Tuition for non-massachusetts residents (out-of-state and foreign) is $385 per credit. CHARGE CARD AUTHORIZATION MONTH YEAR ACCOUNT NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE NAME AS SHOWN ON CARD SIGNATURE OF CARDHOLDER 19

20 MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASSACHUSETTS COMMUNITY COLLEGES - IN-STATE TUITION ELIGIBILITY FORM Last Name First Name MI Street Address City State Zip Code SSN# or Student I.D. Number Date of Birth Are you a U.S. Citizen? Yes No. If not, please complete the following: Are you a Permanent Resident? Yes No (If yes, list alien registration number: ) If you are not a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, please state your Visa or immigration status in detail: Please check the in-state or reduced tuition eligibility category that applies to you: I have been a Massachusetts resident for six (6) continuous months and intend to remain here. As proof of my intent to remain in Massachusetts, I possess at least 2 of the following documents, which I shall present to the institution upon request. These documents* are dated within one (1) year of the start date of the academic semester for which I seek to enroll (except possibly for my high school diploma). The institution reserves the right to make any additional inquiries regarding the applicant s status and to require submission of any additional documentation it deems necessary. Please check-off those documents you possess as proof of your intent to remain in Massachusetts. Valid Driver s license Utility bills* Employment pay stub* Valid Car registration Voter registration* State/Federal tax returns* Mass. High School Diploma Record of parents residency for unemancipated person* Signed lease or rent receipt* Military home of record* I am an eligible participant in the New England Board of Higher Education s Regional Student Program. I am a member of the armed forces (or spouse or unemancipated child) on active duty in Massachusetts. Certification of Information Other I certify that this information is true and accurate. I understand that any misrepresentation, omission or incorrect information shall be cause for disciplinary action up to dismissal, with no right of appeal or to a tuition refund. Applicant Signature: Date: Parent/Guardian Signature (Applicant is Under 18 Years Old): Date: FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY - DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOX I have reviewed the above information in order to determine this individual s eligibility to receive the in-state tuition rate. Based on my review I have determined that this individual: IS eligible for the in-state tuition rate. IS NOT eligible for the in-state tuition rate. I am unable to make a determination at this time. The following additional information has been requested from the applicant: Authorized College Personnel: Date: PRIVACY STATEMENT By completing the registration form, I understand that the information will be held in confidence and Massasoit Community College will only disclose information to authorized school officials who act in the student s educational interest within the limitations of their need to know and to authorized government entities. Massasoit Community College strictly adheres to FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974) (http://www.massasoit.mass.edu//misc/ferpa.cfm) which sets forth requirements regarding the privacy of student records. Any inquiries or concerns regarding the methods of holding data and types of data to be held may be addressed to the Vice President of Enrollment Management. NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION Massasoit Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexual orientation in its programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes and college policies. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence is prohibited. Inquiries or complaints shall be referred to the Affirmative Action Officers/Title IX Coordinator: Yolanda Dennis, Executive Director of the Office of Institutional , ext or Administration Building Room 229. Inquiries or complaints may also be directed to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission or the United States Department of Education s Office for Civil Rights. CORI/SORI Students interested in participating in an Academic or Non-credit program that involves working with children, the disabled, or vulnerable populatons including a clinical affiliation with a private and/or public health care provider, may be required to undergo Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and/or a Sex Offender Record Information (SORI) checks. Unsatisfactory CORI status will prohibit participation in Clinical/Internship experiences. CORI checks may be performed pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 6, Sections B, and consistent with guidelines promulgated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health. SORI checks may be performed pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 6, Sections 178C. 20

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