1 Summer Semester 2015 Sandhills Community College CURRICULUM CLASSES Pages 4-13 (910) Apply Online or in Student Services Session A May 27-July 30 Session B May 27-June 25 Session C June 30-July 30 CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES Pages (910) ß Class Start Dates Vary Throughout the Summer
2 84,197 copies of this publication were printed at a cost of.10 each. 79,197 copies were mailed to each household and business in Moore County and Hoke County at a cost of.10 each. Sandhills Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability. No part of the material printed may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage retrieval system without the permission of the publisher. Sandhills Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about the accreditation of Sandhills Community College. For more information about SCC graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information on programs that award certificates or diplomas or are Title IV eligible, please visit Costs, policies, regulations and procedures may be changed at any time because of legislative action, board action or state and federal laws and regulations. Information in this publication was accurate at the time it went to press. Classes may be added, changed or cancelled based on demand and reasonable accommodations.
3 Questions about Sandhills Community College curriculum programs can be directed to the Student Services Department at(910) To inquire about Continuing Education courses, call (910) Publisher...Dr. John Dempsey President of Sandhills Community College Editor and Graphic Artist... Karen McKellar Manning Director of Marketing and Public Relations Sandhills Community College Board of Trustees George W. Little, Chairman Robert S. Hayter, Vice Chairman Joseph A. Clendenin, Secretary Mickey R. Brown Larry R. Caddell James O. Cunningham Gary W. Evans Eugene B. Horne Linda A. McCaskill Debbie F. Riley-Hobbs Pamela D. Thompson Mary G. Upchurch Raymond G. Washington, Sr. Sandhills Community College Administration Dr. John Dempsey, President or (910) Brenda Jackson, Executive Vice President or (910) Andi Korte, Vice President, Continuing Education & Workforce Development or (910) Ron Layne, Vice President, College Initiatives or (910) Dr. Rebecca Roush, Vice President, Academic Affairs or (910) Kellie Shoemake, Vice President, Student Services or (910) Kirk Lynch, Assistant to the President, Special Projects or (910) Germaine Elkins, Executive Director of the SCC Foundation or (910) Linda Chandler, Dean of Instruction or (910) Alan Duncan, Dean of Business and Industry Services or (910) David Farmer, Dean of Student Services or (910) Dr. John Stacey, Dean of Learning Resources or (910) Dr. Kristie Sullivan, Dean of Planning and Research or (910) Alfreda Stroman, Associate Dean of Campus Diversity and Cultural Programs or (910) All rights reserved Sandhills Community College Summer Semester 2015 Table of Contents Curriculum/College Credit Focus on Healthcare Career Training. 4 Tutoring... 6 UNCP at SCC... 6 Cost, Payment & Refunds... 6 Honoring Graduates... 6 Curriculum Programs List... 9 College & Career Promise Focus on Public Safety Career Training Lifelong Learning Institute Scholarships Cost, Payment & Refunds Summer Holiday Closings Learn With a Friend Career Training Health Care Occupations Medical Office Online Medical Online Veterinary Assistant Online Business Office Online Business Office Banking Education for Teachers Education for Teachers Online Hospitality & Food Service Automotive Technologies Trades Education Welding Electrical Certified Production Technician Technology Windows 7 OS Windows 8.1 OS Office Applications Accounting Macintosh Operating System and ipad Google Chromebook Internet, Social Media & Web Design Photography Continuing Education Transfer Summer Credits What Students Say Summer Semester 15 Courses Cosmetology Services Hoke Center Evening/Online/Hybrid Region X Golf Champs ed2go Online Certificates ed2go Online Career Training Public Safety Law Enforcement Training Health & Medical Services Fire & Rescue Small Business Center Career Development College & Career Readiness Summer Pathways Camp Adult High School Adult Basic Education Math & English Sense High School Equivalency Diploma & Transcripts ESL Basic Skills Plus Sandhills Community College 3395 Airport Road, Pinehurst Sandhills Hoke Center 1110 East Central Avenue, Raeford James H. Garner Center for Community Education 2332 NC Hwy 705, Robbins Larry R. Caddell Public Safety Training Center 333 Niagara-Carthage Road Carthage
4 Curriculum/College Credit Programs Federal & state financial aid is available for associate degree programs plus we award SCC scholarships. University Studies Associate in Arts Associate in Science Associate in Fine Arts Automotive Automotive Systems Collision Repair & Refinishing Public Services BLET* Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Human Services Hospitality & Culinary Arts Baking & Pastry Culinary Arts Hospitality Computers Engineering Programming Digital Media Networking Simulation & Games Cosmetology Green Industry Landscape Gardening Golf Course Management Business Accounting Business Administration Office Administration Medical Office Administration Engineering Architectural Civil Geomatics Nursing Associate Degree in Nursing Nurse Aide Health Sciences EMS Health & Fitness Medical Lab Ophthalmic Assistant Respiratory Radiography Therapeutic Massage Polysomnography Surgical Tech Continuing Education Programs Scholarships are available for qualified students. Public Safety Fire Academy EMT Basic Automotive Recertification Courses Healthcare Phlebotomy EKG Technician Nurse Aide Medication Aide Pharmacy Technician Trades Welding Electrical Certified Production Technician Business Notary Public Bank Teller Computer Software Small Business Center Seminars Workshops Counseling Hospitality & Food Service Serve Safe Bartending START Online Ed2Go Courses Ed2Go Career Training Personal Interest Computers & Devices Photography Art & Hobbies Languages Career Development College & Career Readiness *This is a Continuing Education program during summer semester.
5 Curriculum Classes Summer Semester Sessions A & B Begin Wednesday, May 27 Session C Begins Tuesday, June 30 Register for Classes: Tuesday, May 26 Monday, June 29 Fall Semester Begins August 17 Register for Classes: May 1, 4-5, 26, 27, June 16-18, 22, 23, July 13-16, or August 13 To expedite the enrollment process, new students can apply online prior to coming to campus to take the placement test. The College computers are available if needed. Testing Center Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday Testing on May 30 8:30 a.m. Registering for Classes Continuing Education Classes Registration for Summer Semester Begins May 4 Start Dates Vary Throughout the Semester Please register for Continuing Education classes at least one week prior to the starting date. Classes may fill and prohibit further enrollment or may be cancelled if enrollment is low. By Phone Call us at Credit card required. In Person Come to our offices on the first floor of Van Dusen Hall Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. or Friday 8 a.m. - Noon (Closed May 25 & July 3) Four Easy Ways to Register FAX Print the Registration Form found online and fax to By Mail Print the Registration Form found online and mail. Continuing Education students must be at least 16 years of age. FALL Semester Begins AUGUST -17- New Students: Apply Online Take the Placement Test Register for Fall Semester Classes Current or Returning Students: Register for Classes via WebAdvisor or on Campus on Registration Days.
6 SUMMER 2015 CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT Associate Degree Nursing Our Nursing curriculum provides knowledge, skills and strategies to integrate safety and quality into nursing care, to practice in a dynamic environment, and to meet individual needs that impact health, quality of life, and achievement of potential. Graduates of this program are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Employment opportunities are vast within the global health care system and may include positions within acute, chronic, extended, industrial, and community health care facilities. For general inquiries or to discuss admissions requirements contact Tricia Donadio at (910) or CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT focus on Healthcare career training Surgical Technology Our Surgical Technology program prepares you to assist in the care of surgical patients in the operating room and to work as a member of the surgical team. Employment opportunities include labor, delivery, emergency departments, inpatient/outpatient surgery centers, dialysis units or facilities, physicians offices, and even central supply processing units. We have a diploma program that can completed in one year and two-year degree program. Contact Jeannine Kenzel at (910) or Ophthalmic Medical Assistant The Ophthalmic Medical Assistant program prepares you to perform ophthalmic (eye) procedures under the supervision of a licensed physician specializing in Ophthalmology. You will be able to find work in medical institutions, clinics or in physician practices. Our program takes only one year to complete. Contact Alberta Purvis at (910) or Radiography Our Radiography program prepares you to be a radiographer, a skilled health care professional who uses radiation to produce images of the human body (X-Rays). You could be employed in hospitals, clinics, physicians offices, medical laboratories, government agencies and industry. Our degree program takes only two years to complete. Contact Pat Brannan at (910) or Medical Laboratory Technology Our Medical Laboratory Technology program will prepare you to perform clinical laboratory procedures that are be used in the maintenance of health and diagnosis and treatment of disease. Employment opportunities include laboratories in hospitals, medical offices, industry and research facilities. Our degree program takes only two years to complete. Contact Christy Forrest at (910) or sandhills.edu 4 Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes.
7 SUMMER 2015 CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT focus on Healthcare career training Emergency Medical Science The Emergency Medical Science program is designed to prepare you to enter the workforce as a paramedic. Employment opportunities include ambulance services, fire and rescue agencies, air medical services, specialty areas of hospitals, industry, educational institutions and government agencies. We offer a two-semester part-time Advanced EMT certificate, a diploma and a degree that take two years to complete (fewer classes per semester for diploma). Contact Tom Ferrell at (910) or edu. Polysomnography Our Polysomnography curriculum can prepare you, working in conjunction with a physician, to perform and interpret sleep studies and to provide comprehensive clinical evaluations that are required for the diagnosis of sleep related disorders. Employment opportunities may be found in hospitals and freestanding sleep centers. Our degree program takes only two years to complete. Contact Tammy Williams at (910) or edu. Respiratory Therapy By studying Respiratory Therapy, you will be prepared to work as a respiratory therapist. You will perform diagnostic testing, treatments and help manage patients with heart and lung diseases. You will be able to find work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, education, industry and home care. Our degree program takes only two years to complete. Contact Leslie Williams at (910) or edu. Health & Fitness Science The Health and Fitness Science program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the fitness and exercise industry: in commercial fitness clubs, YMCA s/ywca s, wellness programs in business and industry, parks and recreation departments and organizations that implement exercise and fitness programs. Our degree program takes only two years to complete and the certificate can be earned in one semester (four months). Contact Shelby Basinger at or Therapeutic Massage Therapeutic Massage prepares graduates to work in direct client care settings to provide manipulation, methodical pressure, friction and kneading of the body for maintaining wellness or treating alterations in wellness throughout the lifespan. You will be able to find work in hospitals/rehabilitation centers, health departments, home health, medical offices, nursing homes, spas/health/ sports clubs, and private practice. We have a diploma program that can completed in one year and two-year degree program. Contact Samantha Allen at (910) or sandhills.edu. Nursing Assistant Our Nursing Assistant program prepares individuals to work under the supervision of licensed health care professionals in performing nursing care and services for persons of all ages. Graduates of this curriculum may be eligible to be listed on the registry as a Nursing Assistant I and Nursing Assistant II. They may be employed in home health agencies, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, extended care facilities, and doctors offices. Contact Jenell Morris Powell at (910) or Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes. 5
8 SUMMER 2015 CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT OWE OFFERO Free Tutoring FACE-TO-FACE OR ONLINE 7 Free Tutoring is available to our students in the Kelly Tutoring Center and online with Upswing. One-on-one help from volunteers or peer tutors can help individuals become responsible learners by helping them stay on track with coursework, understand assignments, and improving study skills. Online, Upswing makes it possible for students to search for a subject, see accredited coaches, book a session, and engage in one-on-one coaching. In less than 60 seconds they are talking to their own live coach. The North Carolina Community College System is among the most comprehensive in the nation, with 58 institutions enrolling more than 800,000 students each year. You can earn bachelor s and master s degrees on the Sandhills Community College campus in Pinehurst! Undergraduate Programs: Business Administration, Nursing, Interdisciplinary Studies, & Social Work Graduate Programs: School Administration, Reading and Elementary Education, Public Administration (Online), Social Work and Business Administration Rebecca Roberts, Coordinator 156 Kennedy Hall (910) Honoring Graduates On May 16, Sandhills will hold its fortyninth graduation ceremony. This year the college will graduate over seven hundred students at 10 AM on the Boyd Library Green. As a way to honor graduates and alumni of Sandhills, the Alumni Association offers graduates, their friends and family and alumni an opportunity to leave their permanent mark on the campus. The Sandhills Community College Graduate Walk is a beautifully designed brick area; centrally located on campus on the path all graduates pass each May at commencement. Each brick is laser engraved with their name, year of graduation and degree. The Cost of College Credit Courses, Payment and Refunds The North Carolina General Assembly sets tuition rates for in-state and out-ofstate residents. The current rates can be found on our website. If you do not pay the tuition and fees required for your classes by the last day to pay indicated on the current academic calendar, your registration is not complete. In addition, the classes for which you have registered will be dropped and you will need to register again. We accept cash, checks, money orders, credit cards (except American Express), and debit cards. Payment is accepted online through WebAdvisor, in person in the Business Office, via a drop box located outside the Business Office and by mail. A pre-registered curriculum student who officially drops one or more classes prior to the first day of the semester will be eligible for a one-hundred percent tuition refund. The student activity and technology fees will also be refunded if the student officially drops all classes prior to the first day of the semester. Thereafter, a refund of seventy-five percent of only the tuition will be made through the ten percent date of the semester. Students do not qualify for a refund of fees after the one hundred percent date. All tuition will be refunded if a class is canceled. Refunds will be processed within four weeks of the ten percent date. The bricks are available for a $100 contribution to the SCC Alumni Association. Those ordered now will be placed into the walkway prior to Homecoming in October. To purchase a Graduate Walk brick, please contact Jennifer Dail at (910) or 6 Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes.
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11 University Studies Associate in Arts (AA) Associate in Science (AS) Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) Automotive Technologies Automotive Systems Technology Automotive Systems Technology (AAS, D) Electrical & Engine Performance (C) Mechanical (C) Motorsports/Drag Race Vehicle (C) Transmission/Driveline (C) Light Duty Diesels & Emerging Technologies (C) Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology Collision Repair & Refinishing (AAS, D) Paint & Refinishing (C) Non-Structural Repair (C) Structural Repair (C) Cosmetology Cosmetology (AAS, D, C) Engineering Architectural Technology (AAS, C) Civil Engineering Technology (AAS, C) Geomatics Technology (AAS, C) Green Industries Landscape Gardening (AAS, C) Golf Course Management (AAS) Hospitality & Culinary Arts Hospitality Management (AAS) Baking and Pastry Arts (AAS, C) Culinary Arts (AAS, C) Nursing Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) Nursing Assistant (C) CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT PROGRAMS All associate degree program classes are eligible for federal and state financial aid. We have many scholarships in most programs as well as general scholarships for qualified students. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Diploma (D) Certificate (C) Computer Technologies Computer Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Tech (AAS) Computer Upgrade and Repair (D) Microcomputer Servicing (C) Repair (C) Advanced Repair (C) Electronics (C) Forensics (C) Advanced Forensics (C) Networking (C) Security (C) Computer Programming Computer Programming (AAS) C# Programming (C) Database Programming (C) Mobile Application Programming (C) Visual Basic Programming (C) Digital Media Technology Digital Media Technology (AAS, C) Print Design (C) Web Content Management (C) Web Design (C) Networking Technology (AAS) Networking Fundamentals (D) Network Security (C) Cisco Networking (C) IT Support (C) Advanced IT Support (C) Information Security (C) Advanced Information Security (C) Simulation and Game Development Simulation & Game Development (AAS, C) Business Accounting (AAS, D) Banking & Finance (C) Certified Bookkeeper (C) Business Administration (AAS) Entrepreneurship (C) Medical Office Administration (AAS) Medical Office Coding (C) Small Business (C) Office Administration (AAS) Healthcare Emergency Medical Science (AAS, D) Advanced EMT (C) Health and Fitness Science (AAS, C) Medical Laboratory Technology (AAS) Ophthalmic Medical Assistant (D) Polysomnography (AAS) Radiography (AAS) Respiratory Therapy (AAS) Surgical Technology (AAS, D) Therapeutic Massage (AAS, D) Public Services Basic Law Enforcement Training (C) Criminal Justice Technology (C) Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education (AAS) Early Childhood Administration (C) Early Childhood Education- Infant/Toddler Care (C) Early Childhood Education- Preschool Care (C) Early Childhood Education- School-Age Care (C) Human Services Technology Human Services Technology (AAS) Human Services Technology/ Substance Abuse (AAS) Partner Programs Health Information Technology (AAS) We offer general education requirements that allow application to this program at Pitt Community College in Winterville, NC. Complete information about all of our curriculum/college credit programs can be found on our website. Look under Programs & Majors and follow the links to learn about career opportunities, courses required, unique aspects of programs, admission requirements, program scholarships, who to contact and all other information you may need. Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes. 9
12 SUMMER 2015 CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT Begin college when a high school Junior WITH Career & College Promise X X FREE COLLEGE CLASSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Ask your high school counselor for details. What Students Say About Sandhills Quotes from our most recent Current Student Survey The instructors are very professional, hardworking and more than willing to help. My teachers never fail to impress. Your guidance and encouragement has helped my transition from workplace-to student much easier! The advisors really take the time to get to know you and make sure you are on the right track! Loved all the help they gave! Whenever I need help I always get directed to the person that can help me the most. Summer Course Credits Can Transfer to Home College Generally, students away at college return home for the summer. When they do, they either find work, travel, volunteer, or take internships. Sandhills Community College often sees many college students home for the summer take college-credit courses and transfer the credits back to their college or university. The cost of a class is usually substantially less at Sandhills when compared to the home college. A few of the subject areas that transfer are: science, English, mathematics, history, humanities, psychology, religion, and sociology. Typically, only the credits transfer, not the grade. Students are advised to verify beforehand with their home college that the credits for the courses they plan to take will transfer. I love that the advisors and teachers are very helpful and available (either through or in person). Even though I don t get face-to-face time with my online instructors I have to say that I am relieved and impressed that they get back to me through so quickly. A A A A A A A A 10 Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes.
13 SUMMER 2015 CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT Please refer to the Course Schedule at for course times, locations, instructors, and prerequisites. If you have not taken a distance learning or hybrid course at Sandhills since January 2011, please go to: myscc.sandhills.edu and read the guides for distance learning students before signing up for an internet course. ACADEMIC RELATED ACA 115 SUCCESS & STUDY SKILLS... I ACA 122 COLLEGE TRANSFER SUCCESS... I ACCOUNTING ACC 120 PRIN OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING... I ACC 121 PRIN OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING... I ANTHROPOLOGY ANT 210 GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY... I ART ART 111 ART APPRECIATION... I AUTOBODY REPAIR WBL 111/112 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE I...T AUB 114 SPECIAL FINISHES...T AUB 132 STRUCTURAL DAMAGE II...T AUB 162 AUTOBODY ESTIMATING...T AUTOMOTIVE WBL 111 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE I...T WBL 121 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE II...T WBL 131 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE III...T AUT 221 AUTO TRANSM/TRANSAXLES...T BAKING & PASTRY BPA 130 EUROPEAN CAKES AND TORTES...T BIOLOGY BIO 110 PRIN OF BIOLOGY... I BIO 111 GENERAL BIOLOGY...T BIO 155 NUTRITION... I BIO 165 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I...T BIO 166 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II...T BIO 271 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY...H BIO 275 MICROBIOLOGY...H BUSINESS BUS 110 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS... I BUS 137 PRIN OF MANAGEMENT... I CHEMISTRY CHM 130/AGENERAL, ORGANIC & BIOCHEMISTRY & LAB...T CHM 151 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I...T CHM 152 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II...T COMMUNICATIONS COM 110 INTRO TO COMMUNICATION...T, H, I COM 120 INTRO INTERPERSONAL COM... I COM 231 PUBLIC SPEAKING...T, H, I T-Traditional Classroom Delivery I-Internet Class H-Hybrid Class COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CET 111 COMPUTER UPGRADE/REPAIR I....T COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS...H, I CIS 111 BASIC PC LITERACY...T, H, I COMPUTER PROGRAMMING CSC 134 C++ PROGRAMMING...H COSMETOLOGY & ESTHETICS WBL 111 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE I...T WBL 115 WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR I.....H COS 115 COSMETOLOGY CONCEPTS III......T, H COS 116 SALON III...T CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY CJC 113 JUVENILE JUSTICE (HOKE)...T CJC 141 CORRECTIONS (HOKE)...T CJC 212 ETHICS AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS... T, I CJC 232 CIVIL LIABILITY (P hurst & Hoke) T, I CULINARY TECHNOLOGY CUL 110/110A SANITATION & SAFETY (AND LAB)... H/T CUL 170 GARDE MANGER I...T DIGITAL MEDIA DME 115 GRAPHIC DESIGN TOOLS...H DME 140 INTRO AUDIO/VIDEO MEDIA...H DME 210 USER INTERFACE DESIGN...H EARLY CHILDHOOD EDU 144 CHILD DEVELOPMENT I... I EDU 151 CREATIVE ACTIVITIES...H EDU 262 EARLY CHILDHOOD ADMIN II... I EDU 271 EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY... I EDU 288 ADV ISSUES/EARLY CHILD ED... I ECONOMICS ECO 151 SURVEY OF ECONOMICS... I ECO 251 PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS... I ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY ELN 133 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS...H EMERGENCY MEDICAL SCIENCE EMS 220 CARDIOLOGY...T EMS 221 EMS CLINICAL PRACTICUM II...T EMS 260 TRAUMA EMERGENCIES...T ENGINEERING EGR 251 STATICS...H DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH DRE 097 INTEGRATED READING & WRITING I...T DRE 098 INTEGRATED READING & WRITING II... T, I ENGLISH DRE 097 INTEGRATED READING & WRITING I...T DRE 098 INTEGRATED READING & WRITING II... T, I ENG 111 WRITING & INQUIRY... T, I ENG 112 WRITING & RESEARCH... T, I ENG 114 PROF RESEARCH & REPORTING... T, I ENG 131 INTRO. TO LITERATURE... I ENG 231 AMERICAN LITERATURE I... I ENG 232 AMERICAN LITERATURE II...H ENG 241 BRITISH LITERATURE I...T FRENCH FRE 111 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I... I FRE 112 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II... I GERONTOLOGY GRO 120 GERONTOLOGY...H GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT WBL 121 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE II...T HIS 131 AMERICAN HISTORY I...H, I HIS 132 AMERICAN HISTORY II...T HISTORY HIS 111 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I... I HIS 112 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II...H, I HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT HRM 220 COST CONTROL FOOD & BEV...H HRM 245 HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT HOSP...H HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY WBL 111 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE I...T COE 115 WORK EXPER. SEMINAR I... I HUMANITIES HUM 110 TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY... I HUM 115 CRITICAL THINKING... I HUM 122 SOUTHERN CULTURE...H HUM 130 MYTH IN HUMAN CULTURE... I HUM 150 AMERICAN WOMEN S STUDIES.I HUM 160 INTRODUCTION TO FILM...H, I Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes. 11
15 SUMMER 2015 CURRICULUM/COLLEGE CREDIT Cosmetology Services by SCC Students Day and Evening Services Affordable Prices Walk-in Basis Only Shampoos Cuts Styles Treatments Perms Color Ethnic Soft Curl Straighters and Relaxers Day Services: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays beginning at 9 AM. Chemical services must be assigned by 10 AM, all other services by 11 AM Evening Services: Wednesday & Thursdays 5-7 PM 1110 E. Central Avenue Raeford, NC Our University Studies Associate in Arts, Criminal Justice Technology and BLET programs can be completed entirely at the Sandhills Hoke Center. For questions regarding Curriculum/College Credit at the Hoke Center contact Rosa McAllister-McRae at or SCC Golfers Win Region Titles The SCC Women s Golf Team captured the Region X title in April with four of the five ladies earning honors on the All Region X Team. They will compete in mid-may in Mesa, AZ in the NJCAA National Championship. Members of the team are Erica Clinard, Emily Cunningham, Allyson Duranceau, Heather Hancock and Brianna Newton. The Men s Golf Team garnered the Region X title in April. Ediz Kemaloglu won the individual medalist honors as well as Player of the Year. The men s team will defend their 2014 title in early June at the Chautauqua Golf Club in Chautauqua, NY. Members of the team are Henry McGannon, Brandon Grzywacz, Ediz Kemaloglu, Cody Roberts, Alex Austin and Nick Kroustalis. More than one fourth of those with an associate degree wind up averaging more income than a person with a bachelor s degree. Georgetown University s Center on Education and the Workplace 2011 Report Many SCC curriculum degrees, diplomas and certificates can be completed during evening hours, through online or hybrid classes or a combination. Degrees Associate of Arts Business Administration Networking Technology Cosmetology Diplomas Automotive Technology Collision Repair and Refinishing Cosmetology Certificates Basic Law Enforcement Training Collision Repair and Refinishing Cosmetology Web Design Digital Media Print Design Call (910) for information regarding curriculum programs or classes. 13
16 SUMMER 2015 CONTINUING EDUCATION ire Academy to egin in July CONTINUING EDUCATION focus on Public Safety career training aunched in 2012, the Fire cademy at Sandhills Community ollege will welcome its fifth class f incoming cadets. pplications are being accepted ow for the summer program, which egins on July 13 and will graduate n November. t the end of this full-time program, adets will graduate with the newly evised Firefighter Certification. lus, they will earn additional ertifications: Technical Rescuer eneral, Technical Rescuer ehicle and Machinery Rescue, griculture Rescue and Wildland ire Suppression. The cadets who begin the program n July will be Class Five for the ire Academy, says Director had Thomason, who also serves s Captain of the Cary Fire epartment. We are proud of the raduates of our program who are ow contributing to fire services in oore County and beyond. diverse class of cadets is xpected. The students from past cademies have ranged in age from 7 to 35, and include people right ut of high school, former military ersonnel, and people who want to change careers, Thomason says. But they all have one thing in common: the desire to learn how to expertly serve their communities with excellent firefighting skills. Our Fire Academy trains students to become competent, confident and fully prepared, adds Instructor Forrest Cox, Captain of the Aberdeen Fire and Rescue Department. We have high expectations of our students and, in turn, we make sure their training is complete and top notch. Justin Taylor, a fulltime firefighter with the Southern Pines Fire Department, graduated from Sandhills Fire Academy in The instructors are very knowledgeable because they have real experiences to share, Taylor says. They know what we need to not only get certified but also be ready to step into the job. I would recommend Sandhills Fire Academy to anyone interested in a career in fire services, says Austin Moss, also a 2012 graduate of the program and now a fulltime firefighter in the Aberdeen Fire and Rescue Department. The instructors are tough it builds structure. But the instructors are right there to help you if you re struggling. They give one-on-one help where needed. Top Notch Training Center Fire services have changed from the days when primarily a volunteer force. Today, highly trained, competent individuals staff fire and rescue departments. A considerable advantage to cadets in training is Sandhills facility, the Larry R. Caddell Public Safety Training Center. Located on almost 40 acres on Niagara-Carthage Road, this permanent training center is state-of-the art in fire training. A residential burn building, four-story drill tower, and an auto extrication/burn pit help instructors teach fire and rescue techniques in a wide range of situations and circumstances. We create conditions that develop skills you can t learn from books or in a classroom, says Thomason. The feedback we re getting from fire chiefs who have hired our graduates tells us we re on the right track in preparing the cadets. 14
17 SUMMER 2015 CONTINUING EDUCATION The North Carolina Office of the State Fire Marshal approves Sandhills Fire Academy program. Job Opportunities Helping graduates secure jobs is an additional advantage of the Sandhills Fire Academy, Cox points out. We have chiefs and deputy chiefs visiting our classes, getting to know our cadets, he says. We have recruiters coming from across the state to discuss job opportunities in their fire departments. Also, we let students know of job openings statewide. Often cadets start the interview and hiring process with departments before graduation. Sandhills cadets get significant assistance with the interview process. We set up a mock interview with each cadet, says Thomason. A panel of fire chiefs evaluate the cadet s interviewing skills and give pointers. Class Five Begins in July Current volunteer firefighters may be eligible for a fee waiver based on their membership with a local, city, county, or state fire department. Firefighter Moss, who graduated from Pinecrest High School in 2008, had been a volunteer at Aberdeen s fire department and had his class fees waived for all his classes at Sandhills Fire Academy. Fire Academy Class Five is a fulltime program with classes held Mondays through Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. This July academy is a great opportunity for graduating high school seniors who are finishing up in June, says Capt. Thomason. They could walk right out of high school into this five month training and hold employable certification toward a very good career. Those interested in being members of Class Five of the Fire Academy should request more information and an application from Michelle Bauer, Sandhills Fire and Rescue Coordinator at (910) Applications can be found on the college s website under Continuing Education Public Safety Fire and Rescue. Applications will be accepted as long as there are seats available. CLASS FOUR WILL GRADUATE IN JUNE Front Row: Nick Anderson, Greg Lowry, Jacob Donathan, Jeremy Williams. Back Row: Adam Harmeling, Austin Parker, Eric Adams, Drew Drummond, Stephen Gore Continuing Education Public Safety Education and Instruction also includes Law Enforcement Training and Health & Medical Services. See pages 30 and 31 for summer classes. 15
18 SUMMER 2015 CONTINUING EDUCATION The Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI), a partnership with St. Joseph of the Pines. Community members are invited to become students of the LLI. You will be invited to participate in campus and community programs designed to expand your creativity, sharpen skills, and enhance overall intellectual wellness. Members will receive special notices regarding: Classes Campus Events Seminars Concerts Lectures Plays & Musicals Exhibits & Displays Culinary Luncheons LLI classes and events will be held on the Sandhills Community College campus, at Belle Meade and Pine Knoll and at other locations throughout the community. To become a member go to and register or call Lori Degre at Look for this icon throughout the schedule of classes. It highlights courses that may be of interest to LLI members. Continuing Education Scholarships We are able to award scholarships to help remove financial barriers for students seeking to gain new job skills or upgrade current skills. Scholarships have specific requirements and uses. Please do not assume you do not qualify, you won t know unless you apply. Contact Kimberly Blue at or or Terrie Williams at or The Cost of Continuing Education Courses, Payment and Refunds A fee schedule is used to determine course fees. This does not include a $5 technology fee for each course with the exception of College & Career Readiness. Course Length Registration Fee 0-24 Hours $ Hours $ Hours $180 A limited number of scholarships may be available. The entire cost of the course will be refunded if requested before it begins or if the course is cancelled. Thereafter, a refund of seventy-five percent if requested after a course begins, but before ten percent of the total class meetings. Summer Holiday Closings The college will be closed on Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day and on Friday, July 3 for Independence Day. Learn with a Friend A minimum number of students is needed for Continuing Education classes. Courses may be cancelled if this minimum number is not met a week prior to the start date. Register early your registration may make the difference between a a class being held or cancelled. Encourage a friend to take a class with you. Taking a class or learning something new is always more fun when you re with a friend who shares interest in the topic. 16
19 CONTINUING EDUCATION CAREER TRAINING The Career Training Department is a perfect resource for adult learners who want to improve workplace skills, achieve job certification or recertification, improve employment marketability, or explore new opportunities. Career Training courses meet the criteria for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). All Career Training courses are Lifelong Learning Institute eligible. HEALTH CARE OCCUPATIONS Phlebotomy Technician & Clinical Rotation Learn the skills necessary to draw blood specimens in various healthcare settings and blood donation centers. Topics include venipuncture, specimen handling, record-keeping, and the healthcare profession. A drug screening, background check, and current immunizations are required for registration. Prerequisites: Please sandhills.edu for a complete list of program requirements. CEU: $ text Course Number: 2341 Instructor: Susan Boulton, MT, ASCP Tuesdays & Thursdays + 3 Saturdays TBD August 13 - December pm 104 Van Dusen Hall Course Number: 2342 Instructor: Rachel Hall, CPT Mondays & Wednesdays + 3 Saturdays Shelley Louya August 10 - December pm 109 Johnson Hall Sandhills Hoke Center Nurse Aide, Level 1 This State-certified program will prepare students for work under the supervision of licensed healthcare professionals in performing hands-on patient care. The course includes preparation for the State Board examination for NC NA Registry listing. Prerequisites: Please contact Jenell Powell at for additional program information. CEU: 20.4 $ (no text required) Course Number: 2343 Instructor: Dorothy McFadden Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays May 18 - August 5 8:30 am - 2 pm Lab 2-4 E4 Pine Knoll, Saint Joseph of the Pines Course Number: 2344 Instructor: Shelley Louya Monday - Thursday May 27 - July 22 8:30 am - 2 pm Lab Upchurch Hall Sandhills Hoke Center Nurse Aide, Level 1 Refresher This forty-hour program is designed for individuals whose listing has expired on the NC Nurse Aide I Registry. Eligible individuals must have completed a State-Approved Nurse Aide I program and have a certificate or transcript supporting completion. This program is also designed for individuals with a state-recognized or military health care credential. Please contact Jenell Powell at for enrollment approval. CEU: 4.0 Course Number: 2345 Instructor: Jenell Powell Tuesday - Thursday July 7, 8, 9, 14, and 15 8 am - 4 pm 107 Van Dusen Hall $130 Nurse Aide, Level 2 Refresher CEU: 1.8 Course Number: 2365 Instructor: Jenell Powell Monday, Tuesday, Thursday May 18, 19 & am - 4 pm 107 Van Dusen Hall.00 Pharmacy Technician This course is designed to prepare students for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam and for entrylevel employment. Topics include technical procedures for preparing and dispensing prescriptions, packaging and labeling, controlled substance procedures, inventory control, pharmacy calculations, and overthe-counter drugs. Upon completion, students will be able to perform basic supervised dispensing techniques in a community pharmacy setting. CEU: 10.5 Course Number: 2346 Instructor: Kim Kremer, Pharm-D, B.S. Chemistry Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays May August pm 207 Van Dusen Hall $185 + text EKG Technician Learn the required skills to become a certified EKG Technician and work in a variety of healthcare settings. Topics include cardiac anatomy and physiology, cardiac cycle, EKG strip analysis, 12 lead EKG, and EKG procedures. CEU: 4.8 $ text Course Number: 2347 Instructor: Teresa Hurtt Mondays & Wednesdays May July pm 104 Van Dusen Hall Course Number: 2348 Instructor: Teresa Hurtt Tuesdays & Thursdays June 23 August pm 109 Johnson Hall Sandhills Hoke Center 17
20 CONTINUING EDUCATION CAREER TRAINING MEDICAL OFFICE ONLINE Explore a Career as an Administrative Medical Assistant Learn all about the in-demand career of medical information management as you explore the job of an administrative medical assistant (AMA)--from appointment scheduling and chart creation to medical billing and coding. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Prepare for a career in the health services Industry by learning medical terminology in a memorable and enjoyable fashion. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to to enroll. Medical Coding Learn how to use the CPT manual and the ICD-9 CM to find medical codes for any disease, condition, treatment or surgical procedure. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to to enroll. Spanish for Medical Professionals Learn medical Spanish quickly and easily, improving your basic conversational skills and mastering key healthcare words and phrases. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. MEDICAL ONLINE Human Anatomy and Physiology I Gain a greater appreciation and understanding of the human body and its systems. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. This is a Continuing Education course and does not earn transferable college credit. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to to enroll. Human Anatomy and Physiology II Learn the basic characteristics of the four main types of tissues, the general and specific senses, cellular metabolism, body chemistry, and significant events in the life span. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. This is a Continuing Education course and does not earn transferable college credit Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. VETERINARY ASSISTANT ONLINE Become a Veterinary Assistant I This course, taught by a practicing veterinarian and college instructor, will give you the information you need to prepare for work in veterinary hospitals. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. Become a Veterinary Assistant II -- Canine Reproduction This course is the definitive guide to the principles of sound dog breeding. If you re a veterinary assistant or preparing to become one, this course will help you understand the essential facts so you can knowledgeably converse with clients on the complexities of canine reproduction. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. Become a Veterinary Assistant III -- Practical Skills Learn the practical skills you ll need to be a valuable veterinary assistant or educated pet owner. Taught by a practicing veterinarian, this course is the third installment in our Become a Veterinary Assistant series. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. BUSINESS OFFICE ONLINE Administrative Assistant Fundamentals This course will help you discover and master the essentials of managerial and staff support, information and records management, communications technology, travel and meeting coordination, space planning, and office ergonomics. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to to enroll. Accounting Fundamentals I & II Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. Classes begin on May 13, June 17, July 15 & August 12. Go to sandhills to enroll. 18
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