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1 Carroll Community College Credit Class Schedule Winter Spring 2015 EARN A DEGREE OR COLLEGE CREDITS

2 Welcome to Carroll Community College As the new president of Carroll Community College, I want to extend my warmest welcome to you as you chart your course towards a degree from Carroll. I am thrilled that you have made Carroll your choice for higher education. We endeavor to support you in every way possible so that you can both explore options for majors and careers and then complete your degree or certificate program at Carroll. Planning your pathway to a degree can be challenging, so take advantage of our advising and counseling services. They will work with you to develop your personal plan to degree completion and subsequent transfer or entry into the workforce. The information in this class schedule is a start, but our in-person and online guidance and advising will answer your important questions about registration, financial aid, student services and career development. I am excited to begin my tenure as president. Together, we will continue Carroll s tradition of teaching excellence, personal service, and student success that has made Carroll Community College one of the finest institutions of higher learning in the state. I look forward to our journey together. Sincerely, Dr. James D. Ball President Reasons to Complete Your Associate Degree at Carroll 1. On average, workers with an associate degree earn $423,000 more over the course of their careers than workers with a high school diploma. 2. Complete your associate degree at Carroll and transfer to a University of Maryland campus as a junior. 3. Classes at Carroll cost half as much as those at a university campus. Your savings from two years at Carroll may cover your university tuition for a year! 362-A REC

3 Important Information About the Winter Spring 2015 Credit Schedule of Classes Winter Term, 2015 Registration information and course offerings begin on page 8. Spring Term, 2015 Registration information and course offerings begin on page 15. For assistance in planning your academic program and in identifying courses to best meet your career and transfer goals, contact the Advising and Transfer Center in Room A102, Additional Course Offerings Although class listings in this printed version of the Credit Schedule of Classes are complete at the time of publication, the faculty and staff of Carroll Community College remain committed to constantly updating courses and programs of study. Furthermore, new technology, flexible learning options, and articulation agreements with other colleges and universities provide additional opportunities for course development. Consequently, exciting new classes may be added to the schedule throughout the year. Consult the college s web site: and click search for classes for the most complete and up-to-date listing of course offerings. On-line Courses See page 6 for details about the availability of on-line courses! Carroll Community College Bookstore On-line Go to for information on ordering your textbooks via the Internet! Course Textbooks Carroll Community College is aware of the high cost of college textbooks. Our instructors endeavor to select reasonably priced texts that provide currency, relevance, and the most effective presentation of course content. Students buying textbooks will find specific ordering information such as author, title, edition, ISBN, etc. for each textbook on the Carroll Community College Bookstore website (www.carrollbookstore.com) three weeks prior to each semester. For noncredit courses, the bookstore will post ordering information as soon as possible prior to the start of the course. Students are encouraged to purchase textbooks from the College bookstore; however, they may also purchase used or new textbooks from other bookstores or online vendors. Carroll Community College Board of Trustees David S. Bollinger, Chairperson David P. O Callaghan, Vice Chairperson Barbara H. Biller Barbara Charnock Diane A. Foster R. Delaine Hobbs, Jr. Donald E. Lippy Dr. James D. Ball, Secretary/Treasurer David H. Roush, Ex-officio Dr. James D. Ball, President of the College Carroll Community College is an Equal Opportunity, ADA Title 504 compliant institution. Table of Contents Academic Center, tutoring...4 Advising...4 Child Care...5 Disabilities, Students with...3 Distance Learning Courses...6 Enrollment Application...53 Final Exam Schedule Spring...49 Financial Aid...4 How to Register...3 Loans...4 Programs of Study, listing...2 Registration/Schedule Change Form...56 Spring Schedule of Classes...16 Steps to becoming a Carroll Student...3 Tuition and Fees Tuition Payment Plan...4 Veterans Services...4 Web Registration/Web Advisor...5 Winter Schedule of Classes...9 If You Need to Call General Information Toll Free Number TTY/TDD Administration Admissions Advising and Transfer Center Billing Information Blackboard Help Desk Bookstore Career Services Cashier s Office Child Development Center Community Relations Continuing Education & Training Disabilities, Students with Faculty Offices Business Education English and Humanities Fine and Performing Arts Reading and Transitional English Science Social Sciences Mathematics Nursing, EMT and PTA Financial Aid Foundation Library Loans Mount Airy College Center for Healthcare Education President Records/Registration Student Activities Student Government Testing Center Transcript Evaluation Tutoring Veterans Services Weather C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 1 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

4 Carroll Community College Credit Programs of Study Transfer Options Begin any bachelor s degree at Carroll With proper advising and planning you can complete the first two years of most baccalaureate degrees and transfer without loss of credits. Use ARTSYS, the Maryland State Articulation System to determine transferability of courses from Carroll Community College to all Maryland public four year institutions and many participating private institutions. To access this website visit: artweb.usmd.edu Transfer Programs Transfer Programs are intended for students who plan on pursuing a baccalaureate degree. Don t see your academic program below? Don t worry! You can still begin your intended degree program at Carroll Community College by declaring Arts and Sciences and advisors will create a personal transfer plan for you. Associate of Arts Degree (A.A.) Arts and Sciences (customized transfer plan) Aging Studies Arts and Sciences Business Administration General Business Business Administration International Business Business Administration Management Information Systems Criminal Justice Arts and Sciences Dental Hygiene Arts and Sciences Diagnostic Medical Sonography% Arts and Sciences Engineering Arts and Sciences (if A.S.E. is unavailable) English/Creative Writing Arts and Sciences English/Jounalism Arts and Sciences English Literature Arts and Sciences Exercise Science Arts and Sciences Forensic Studies Arts and Sciences General Studies (for undecided students) Health Science Arts and Sciences Legal Studies Arts and Sciences Nursing Arts and Sciences Track to BSN Transfer Paralegal Arts and Sciences Psychology Arts and Sciences Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Arts and Sciences Teacher Education (if A.A.T. is unavailable) Teacher Education Physical Education Theatre Arts and Sciences Visual Art Arts and Sciences Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree (A.A.T.) provides graduates the opportunity for seamless transfer as juniors to corresponding baccalaureate education programs in the state of Maryland, at both public and private institutions. Early Childhood Education/Special Education Elementary Education/Special Education Secondary Education Chemistry Secondary Education English Secondary Education Mathematics Secondary Education Spanish Associate of Science in Engineering (A.S.E.) provides graduates the opportunity for seamless transfer as juniors to corresponding baccalaureate education programs in the state of Maryland, at both public and private institutions. Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Associate of Fine Arts Degree (A.F.A.) Music Career Options Careers for the 21st Century Carroll has one-year certificates and two-year degrees in a wide variety of career fields to prepare you for immediate entry into the workforce. Career Programs Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.) Accounting Biopprocessing Technology* Cardiovascular Technology* Computer-Aided Design Computer Graphics Graphic Design Computer Graphics Multimedia Design Computer Information Systems Early Childhood Education Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (selective admissions) Health Information Technology*# Law Enforcement (selective admissions) Nuclear Medicine Technology*% Physical Therapist Assistant (selective admissions)*# Technical and Professional Studies Radiography% Respiratory Therapy* Surgical Technology* Associate of Science Degree (A.S.) Nursing Registered (selective admissions) Nursing Registered Nursing Track for Licensed Practical Nurses (selective admissions) Certificates Accounting CPA Exam Qualification Cardiovascular Technology* Certified Bookeeping Computer-Aided Design Computer Graphics Graphic Design Computer Graphics Multimedia Design Health Information Technology, Core Certificate and Advanced Certificate*# Nursing Practical Nursing (selective admissions)# Office Technology Letter of Recognition Art History Computer Graphics Computer Information Systems Computer Programmer Computer Information Systems Web Developer Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Office Technology Administrative Assistant Office Technology Legal Secretary Office Technology Medical Transcription Visual Art Studio Admissions: Advising: * These programs are offered as part of the mid-maryland health education consortium. Pre-clinical courses will be completed at Carroll Community College. Actual degree will be granted at the transfer institution (Frederick Community College or Howard Community College). Physical Therapist Assistant and Health Information Technology can be completed at Carroll Community College. Students will pay the In-county tuition rate for clinical coursework. % Johns Hopkins Hospital transfer plan. # Health Manpower Shortage Program. 336-A REC C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 2 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

5 Helpful Information Steps to becoming a Carroll Community College Student Apply for Admission and Watch Your Complete an enrollment application, located in the back of this publication (also available in the Admissions Office, Room A101) or apply online at carrollcc.edu/applynow. Your student WebAdvisor Information will arrive in two s. Request Transcripts and Scores Use the external transcript request form in the admission packet. Do this immediately, since high schools and colleges may need up to two weeks to process your request. To be official for Financial Aid, high school transcripts must be issued after your graduation date. If you have CLEP, AP, or other credits, have original results sent by College Board or ETS. Find Out About Financial Aid Services Visit the Financial Aid Office, Room A114, to learn about scholarships, grants, veteran s education benefits, or the FACTS payment tuition plan. Loans are available. Assess Your Skills Schedule and take Placement Tests: Call Admissions at to schedule an appointment to take needed placement tests. Students with disabilities requesting special accommodations must call the Office of Support Services, Room A101, at , prior to scheduling placement tests. See an Advisor in Room A101 If you have already completed 12 credits at another college or university, some or all of the placement tests may be bypassed. Walk-in advising is available Monday Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. and Friday, 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Complete Online Pre-Advising Following testing, you will receive a packet of information to review, including a link to an online Pre-Advising session. Complete the online session at your earliest convenience. Review the section of the Pre-Advising session about understanding your scores and decide which classes to take. Prepare a tentative schedule and then visit with an advisor (A102, no appointment necessary) for final approval on your courses. Classes fill. Register soon! Register for Classes Submit your completed registration form to the Records Office, Room A112. Forms are processed daily Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. and Fridays, 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Schedule an appointment to see an advisor or walk in by 6:30 p.m. For the most up-to-date list of Carroll courses go to carrollcc.edu/learn and click on search for classes. Check the Schedule for Payment Due Dates A payment plan is available. Ask the cashier for information on the FACTS payment plan. Payments for the term s tuition and fees are due by the 15th of the month prior to the start of the term. Procedures for Registering New Students (Part-Time or Full-Time) 1. All new students must have an enrollment application on file in the Admission Office. 2. New students must submit high school transcripts or GED scores, ACT/SAT results if available, and any other college transcripts as early as possible. 3. New students should make arrangements to take the college s placement tests by calling the Admissions Office at The results of these tests together with the high school/ college record and ACT/SAT scores, if available, will be used to determine actual class placement. 4. New students complete an online Pre-Advising session following placement tests. After this session, new students see an advisor during the scheduled registration times listed in this booklet. Finally, new students register (with advisor signature). Procedures for Registering Returning Students (Part-Time or Full-Time) Previously enrolled students may register in the Records Office, Room A112, during the scheduled times listed in this schedule booklet. Previously enrolled students may also register by mail or over the web through Web Advisor. Students are encouraged to register early for best course selection. Advising for Registration If a student is in need of academic advising, advisors are available on a walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m., Monday Thursday, and 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. on Friday in the Advising and Transfer Center, Room A102. Call or Students with Disabilities Students in need of accomodation services should contact the Director of Disability Support Services, , at least three weeks prior to the beginning of a semester. Dual/Concurrently Enrolled Students Students in high school intending to register concurrently for college courses must take the college s placement tests or forward official qualifying ACT or SAT scores before they register. See an advisor for details. Transfer Students Students who have earned college credit at other institutions are asked to hand carry with them copies of transcripts when they come for advising if official transcripts are not yet on file at Carroll Community College. These documents will help advisors determine whether course prerequisites have been satisfied. General Education Courses & Throughout this schedule, the book icon & will highlight General Education courses. Students who enroll in a degree program at Carroll Community College will complete a core of courses referred to as General Education. This course distribution is intended to ensure that students have met the General Education Learning Goals. These General Education courses are transferable to all two and four year public institutions (and many private institutions) in Maryland and are guaranteed so in the Maryland State Transfer Policies. While technology competency is not part of the General Education core, students are expected to be familiar with computers and to use technology within their courses. Students are encouraged to complete CIS-101, Introduction to Computer Technologies. Diversity/Worldview Courses N Carroll is committed to expanding the community s understanding of the world around us with Diversity/Worldview centered courses that can be integrated into any career or transfer program. Throughout this schedule, the World View icon N will highlight Diversity/Worldview courses. Get to know the world you live in, and have a better understanding of your role by taking these designated courses. Instructional Method Carroll identifies the instructional method or learning format of courses in the Credit Class Schedule and on WebAdvisor in the schedule details. Where a specific synchronous class meeting is required, days of the week and times will be listed. If the course requires meetings with the instructor, workshops, or other obligations outside of class (a possibility with all courses except online courses), these meetings will be individually arranged between the student and the instructor. Online courses deliver course materials and learning activities completely online. Students may be required to complete activities or take proctored exams or other assessments at a testing center. Instructors facilitate regular asynchronous interaction between students. Dependable access to the internet is absolutely required. The format will be listed as Internet. Hybrid courses meet more than 50% online, along with on-site classroom meetings. Hybrid courses use Blackboard or other learning technologies extensively, and use classroom meetings for lecture, active learning, lab experiences, demonstrations, presentations, performance art, etc. Dependable access to the internet is absolutely required. The format will be listed as Hybrid. C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 3 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

6 Helpful Information Blended courses have a strong on-site classroom component, meeting 50% or less online. Blended courses use Blackboard, or other learning technologies, to post course materials, assignments, or activities. Regular access to the internet is absolutely required. The format will be listed as BLND. Computer-Based Lecture courses meet in a classroom with an instructor who facilitates student use of learning software. Students use the learning software tool (for example, MyMathLab) and/or Blackboard as with blended courses. Dependable access to the internet is provided during class meetings, but additional access outside of class is often required. The format will be listed as CBL. Lecture courses meet entirely in a traditional classroom setting with an instructor who facilitates learning. Blackboard or other software supports these courses and may be utilized to post course materials, assignments, and discussions to accentuate or enhance classroom experiences or to present material if classes are cancelled (due to snow or instructor illness, for example). Regular access to Blackboard will be required. The format will be listed as Lect. Schedule Changes Students needing to make changes in their schedules may do so in person in the Records Office, Room A112. Students may consult with an Academic Advisor first. Returning students may make schedule changes through WebAdvisor through the refund period for the course. Financial Responsibility By registering for classes, a student acknowledges responsibility for payment of tuition and fee charges generated by the registration. The College s policies regarding payments and collections apply to payments directly to the College, as well as payments at the College bookstore and other auxiliary services. See the calendar preceeding each term listing for payment due dates. Delinquent accounts will be assigned to The State of Maryland Central Collection Unit for collection with a 17% service fee added to amount owed. The State of Maryland Central Collection Unit has the authority to intercept Maryland Income Tax Refunds or to take legal action through the State s Attorney General s Office. Tuition Payment Plan The College offers a deferred payment plan, which allows students to budget their tuition payment. Details may be obtained by contacting the Business Office at The plan is zero interest and requires a $25.00 fee to join. Log into WebAdvisor to access FACTS enrollment. Refund Policy For courses that encompass the 15-week term, the refund period concludes at the end of the day one calendar week after the start of the term (7% of the instruction time for the course). For courses that encompass less than the full term, the refund period is calculated as 7% of the instruction time for the course, per the following chart. See the Records Office, A112, for assistance in confirming deadline dates and logistics for withdrawing from a course: Duration of Course in Weeks Refund Calculation (days from start of class) To qualify for a refund, students must officially drop courses via WebAdvisor or by completing a Registration/Schedule Change Form in the Records Office or by mailing or faxing a signed written request to the Records Office within the time period cited above. Students who fail to attend classes, or stop attending classes, but who do not formally drop the classes in writing, will continue to be financially responsible for all tuition and fees related to those classes and will receive final grades of F for those classes. This refund policy applies to all students who have registered for classes, including financial aid applicants. Students who have any outstanding debt to the College will first have their refunds automatically applied to the payment of the debt. Electronic Image Use Because Carroll Community College is a public institution, photographs of students, staff, faculty, or visitors in common areas on campus or in public ceremonies or events can be used in printed or electronic public relations materials without their permission. The individual has no privacy rights in this instance and no model s release is required. However, every effort will be made by the photographer to notify individuals within the shoot area so that they may choose to exclude themselves from the photograph. Petition to Graduate All students must file a graduation application to initiate graduation procedures. Students should see an advisor the term before they expect to complete graduation requirements. The last day to apply for Aug. graduation is Aug. 1. The last day to apply for Dec. graduation is Dec. 1. The last day to apply for May graduation is May 1. The application deadline to participate in commencement and graduate in May is March 1. Financial Aid & Veteran s Benefits To request assistance with The Free Application for Federal Student Aid available from call the Financial Aid Office. Please allow a minimum of eight weeks for a request for financial aid to be processed. For additional information on available programs, as well as Veteran s benefits, contact the Financial Aid Office, Academic Center Located on the second floor of the Library, the Academic Center offers workshops, individualized study programs, peer and professional tutoring, and lab opportunities to work on skills. The Center serves students in need of counseling or academic support in their college work and with any subject matter or skill. Students should feel free to drop by during the Center s day or evening hours or to call for an appointment. Through the Center, open lab hours are also scheduled for students to work on the computers in the College s computer labs. For more information call Advising and Transfer Center Academic advising and information is available in the Advising and Transfer Center, Students who are planning to begin at Carroll and later transfer to another college should consider graduation and program requirements of the transfer institution. The Advising and Transfer Center offers ARTSYS, a computer program that coordinates transfer for Maryland Institutions. Visit ARTSYS at Monday Thursday Friday 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Course Textbooks Carroll Community College is aware of the high cost of college textbooks. Our instructors endeavor to select reasonably priced texts that provide currency, relevance, and the most effective presentation of course content. Students buying textbooks will find specific ordering information such as author, title, edition, ISBN, etc. for each textbook on the Carroll Community College Bookstore website (www.carrollbookstore.com) three weeks prior to each semester. For noncredit courses, the bookstore will post ordering information as soon as possible prior to the start of the course. Students are encouraged to purchase textbooks from the College bookstore; however, they may also purchase used or new textbooks from other bookstores or online vendors. Library The Library provides access to a wide variety of print and electronic resources. Newspapers, journals, circulating books, reference books, audiovisual materials, and reserve materials for all courses are available. Internet and electronic database access is also provided at computer workstations throughout the Library. An online catalog may be used to locate the Library and other Carroll County library resources. Telecourse videos and instructional films may be viewed in the Library. Professional librarians offer guidance in research, term paper, and bibliography preparation. For information, drop by, call , or visit our web site from the college web page. C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 4 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

7 Helpful Information Testing Center Hours Students must make an appointment to take the College s placement tests by calling Admissions at Testing Center hours are as follows: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. 9 a.m. 8 p.m. 9 a.m. 8 p.m. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. WebAdvisor WebAdvisor provides direct access to information contained in Carroll s administrative database. Students can access personal information at their convenience through this web interface. To find out more, visit the College s home page at and click on the WEB ADVISOR link. New students receive instructions for WebAdvisor during their face-to-face advising session. To register via WebAdvisor, students must be in good academic standing, must have been successful in all attempts at transitional course work, and not have address or billing issues. See an advisor for information about your eligibility. Students can access WebAdvisor at WebAdvisor offers many services online. Register for course(s) Drop/add course(s) before and during the term s refund period Check grades and GPA Print an unofficial transcript Use degree audit to check graduation progress Change address Update emergency contact Pay the bill Manage waitlist seats And, more. Students who are on probation, have been unsuccessful in transitional courses, or have Cashier or Registrar issues may not register using WebAdvisor. In addition, English and Math must be completed within 24 credits to complete web registration. Student Use Disclaimer Carroll Community College uses addresses, as supplied by students, for official and confidential College communications. It is the student s responsibility to confirm that the address is correct. Students may view their official address via Blackboard and update their official address via WebAdvisor. Students may also visit the Records and Registration Office, room A112, to have addresses corrected. The Carroll Community College Child Development Center The on-site Child Development Center offers full and part-time licensed Childcare and an early care and educational program that is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The program offers care throughout the year for ages 2 6 and is in operation Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. 5 p.m. The Center features planned programs of learning opportunities for young children in a supportive nurturing environment. The Center, located in K135, enrolls children of students, faculty and staff, and community residents. Although students are given priority, they should register early to assure a place for their children. Call the Child Development Center at The Child Development Center is dedicated to Kenneth and M. Peggy Holniker, honored advocates for children. Smoke and Tobacco-Free Campus Policy Carroll Community College is a smoke- and tobacco-free environment. Smoking and/or tobacco use is prohibited in college-owned or leased buildings and off-campus sites operated by the college; all college property including parking lots, athletic fields, and amphitheater; and college-owned vehicles. Tobacco and smoking products restricted from use include, but are not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, bidi, clove cigarettes, dip, chew, snuff, snus and electronic cigarettes. Information for Parents Information for parents of college students may be found on the Carroll Community College website (type parents in the search engine). In addition, New Student Orientation includes a special program for parents. Campus Emergency Notification System (e2campus) Carroll s state-of-the-art notification system, e2campus, allows messages to be sent instantly and simultaneously to all registered students, faculty and staff via mobile phones (SMS text message), BlackBerrys, wireless PDAs, pagers, and addresses. Notifications include campus closings and security alerts and are sent by designated administrators and are immediately delivered to recipients. This service is voluntary and students may opt-in or opt-out at any time. For more information and to register for an account, go to the college website: Class Session Cancellation due to Inclement Weather, etc. Weather related closing information can be found on the Carroll Community College Web site at You may register with e2campus, the College s Emergency Notification System, at edu/alerts in order to receive weather-related announcements automatically via text message. Be sure to visit the College s website or your for the complete announcement due to the limited size of the emergency messaging capability. The following radio and TV stations in and around the Carroll County/Baltimore County area will carry the announcements for Carroll Community College: RADIO STATIONS: WBAL 1090AM, WIYY 98FM, WTTR 1470AM TV STATIONS: WMAR-2, WBAL-11, WJZ-13, FOX 45 Announcements will be made beginning at approximately 6:30 a.m. through 9 a.m. for day classes/events. Announcements for the closing of evening classes/events will be made beginning at approximately 4 p.m. or earlier if possible. When the College is closed, all activities will also be canceled unless an announcement is made to the contrary. Announcements will be made on Saturdays and Sundays as well. When the Carroll County Public School System closes for the day or during the day, the credit College courses being held in the public school facilities will be canceled. You may call and press 1 for information about non-credit courses. Credit late openings: If the College opens late, all credit class sessions starting prior to the scheduled opening time will be canceled. Credit Lab sections that begin after the opening time will be held even though the lecture component of that class may have been cancelled. If a credit class session is cancelled or the college campus is closed for any reason, it is each student s responsibility to visit his or her course Blackboard site/s for announcements and/or assignments related to the cancelled class sessions. If the student is unable to access the internet, he or she is to contact his or her instructor/s at the phone number on the course syllabus. It is strongly suggested that the student do this as soon as word is provided that a class session will be cancelled or the college campus closed so that any alternative or makeup assignments may be completed prior to the next scheduled class meeting/s. Please note that a student s failure to access Blackboard or otherwise contact his or her instructors may result in an unexcused absence and lost credit for any work missed. Continuing Education non-credit late openings: Classes starting at the late opening time or later will meet as scheduled. Unless notified otherwise, full-day seminars and classes scheduled to run from morning into the afternoon WILL begin at the late opening time and continue until their regularly scheduled end time. All other continuing education classes are cancelled. Come to the next session as scheduled. If this is the last session, you will be contacted by college staff about a make-up class. When the College closes due to inclement weather, classes are canceled in all locations, including North Center Street the public schools. You may call and press 1 for information about non-credit courses. Please check our website, call the College Inclement Weather Number, , listen to one of the radio or TV stations listed or register for e2campus for closing information. If no announcement is made, you may assume that the regular schedule is in effect. C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 5 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

8 Distance Learning Courses Distance Learning Courses A valid address on record with the college is required for distance learning students. Getting Started information for all distance learning courses may be found at Carroll Community College uses a learning management system called BlackBoard (Bb) for the online component of distance courses. What is distance learning? Distance learning is any educational opportunity where the student and instructor are separated by time and distance and are connected by using a communication technology. Distance courses cover the same competencies and have the same expectations as courses offered in the traditional classroom-based format. At Carroll, students may enroll in several distance learning formats: completely online (section-75), or hybrid (both online and on-campus, section-65). What is Blackboard (Bb)? Carroll Community College uses a learning management system called Blackboard to facilitate all distance learning courses. A link to Carroll s Blackboard site can be found on the college s home web page. Students have easy access to course materials, interactions with the instructor and other students, course grades, and much more. To learn more about Blackboard, visit Who enrolls in online courses? Anyone who is highly motivated, responsible, self-directed, and a good time manager may be a good candidate for an online course. If you enjoy being able to access your course materials at different times throughout the week, and have dedicated, quiet space to do your work at home, then online learning might be for you. Talk with an Academic Advisor at Carroll about your options! Students must have a G.P.A. of 2.0 to register for a Distance Learning Course. How do I succeed as an online student? Successful online (or hybrid course) students are committed to accessing their course several times a week to keep up with weekly assignments and activities. They also have appropriate technology skills and regular access to a computer and the required technology. In a typical 15-week semester, online students expect to spend 7 15 hours per week working on a three-credit course. What is my next step? If you are interested in enrolling in a distance learning course, contact Academic Advising, , about the course and how it fits into your program at Carroll, then register for the course. Before the semester begins, you will receive notification through the mail about how to get started. This includes going to the Distance Learning web page for important information about accessing your online or hybrid course, obtaining books, and contacting your instructor. Good luck! Visit C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 6 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

9 Distance Learning Courses Winter, /6/15-1/30/15 unless marked with *. Check schedule for dates. Blended/Hybrid Courses Blended/Hybrid Courses-(section-65) are delivered both online and on campus. See Helpful Information page 3 for details/ description. Section Name Short Title PSYC Human Dev Through Life Span PTA Neuromuscular Anatomy Skills Online Courses Online Courses ((section 75, 75A,75B,75C) are delivered completely online. Some tests may be on campus or proctored. See Helpful Information page 3, for details/description. ART Art Appreciation CIS Intro. to Comp. Info. Systems CRIM Intro to Criminal Justice Sys ECON Principles of Micro Economics ENV Environmental Science FN Principles of Financial Mgmt. MUSIC Music Appreciation OFFC Keyboarding 1 for Comp Usage OFFC Keyboarding 2 for Comp Usage OFFC Outlook OFFC Introduction to Word OFFC Introduction to Excel OFFC Powerpoint OFFC Access OFFC Advanced Word OFFC Advanced Excel PHIL Introduction to Philosophy PHIL Ethics PSYC General Psychology PSYC Human Dev Through Life Span SOC Introduction to Sociology SOC Introduction to Aging Studies THTR Theatre Appreciation HLTH A Sci & Theory of Health & Wel HLTH A Women s Health MUSIC A Music Appreciation PSYC A General Psychology PSYC A Human Dev Through Life Span SOC A Introduction to Sociology HLTH B Sci & Theory of Health & Wel HLTH B Women s Health MUSIC B Music Appreciation PSYC B General Psychology SOC B Introduction to Sociology Spring, /2/15-5/22/15 unless marked with *. Check schedule for dates. Blended/Hybrid Courses Blended/Hybrid Courses-(section-65) are delivered both online and on campus. See Helpful Information page 3 for details/ description. Section Name Short Title ACCT Principles of Accounting 2 BIOL Fund of Bio 2: Org & Pop BIOL Microbiology CIS Intro. to Comp. Info. Systems CIS Principles of Programming CIS Adv. Principles of Programming ECE Nutrition, Health, & Safety *ECE School-Age Care (SAC) ECE Early Childhood Ed. Field Exp. EDUC Introduction to Education EDUC Field Exper for Intro to Educ EDUC Intro to Special Education EDUC Field Exp for Intro to Spec Ed *EDUC Materials for Teaching Reading EDUC Assessment in Education EMS Emergency Medical Technician 2 EMS Patient Assessment 2 EMS Pharmacology 2 EMS Ems Management 2 EMS Cardiology EMS Als Clinical Experience 2 ENGL College Writing ENGL Writing About Literature FSCI Intro. to Forensic Science PSYC General Psychology PSYC Human Dev Through Life Span PTA Overview of Special Population SPCH Intro to Speech Communication ENGL A Writing About Literature SPCH A Intro to Speech Communication Online Courses Online Courses (section 75, 75A,75B,75C) are delivered completely online. Some tests may be on campus or proctored. See Helpful Information page 3, for details/description. ACCT Principles of Accounting 2 ACCT Principles of Taxation 2 ACCT Cost Accounting ANTH Intro to Cultural Anthropology ART Art Appreciation BIOL General Biology BIOL Nutrition BUAD Introduction to Business BUAD Human Relations BUAD Business Ethics BUAD Business Law CIS Intro. to Comp. Info. Systems CIS Intro. to Web Develop. Tech. CIS Dev. Rich Internet Application CIS Developing Adv.Internet Appl. COL Developing College Readiness Skills CRIM Intro to Criminal Justice Sys CRIM Constitutional Law ECE Child Growth and Development ECE Intro to Early Childhood Educ ECE Literacy in Early Childhood Ed ECON Principles of Micro Economics ECON Principles of Macro Economics EDUC Tchg Rdg Content Areas, Part 1 ENG A-E-75 Transitional English modules ENGL College Writing ENGL Written Comm. for Business ENV Environmental Science FN Personal Finance FPA Introduction to the Arts FPA Introduction to Film GEOSC Introduction to Oceanography HES Intro to Exercise Science HIST Western Civilization 2 HIST History of the U.S. From 1876 HIT-111-MA75 Medical Terminology HIT-112-MA75 Health Care Data Content and Structure HIT-115-MA75 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology HIT-201-MA75 Computer Applications in Healthcare HIT-222-MA75 Advanced Coding Concepts HIT-223-MA75 Reimbursement Methodologies HLTH Intro to Hol Hlth and Comp Med LGST Personal Law LGST Intro to Paralegal Studies LGST Constitutional Law LGST Business Law MAT Intermediate Algebra MATH Fund Geometry and Measurement MATH Intro to Statistical Methods MATH Intro. to College Math. MATH Precalc. Pt.1 Coll. Alg W/Trig MGMT Principles of Management MKTG Principles of Marketing MUSIC Music Appreciation MUSIC The History of Rock and Roll MUSIC Fundamentals of Music MUSIC History of Jazz OFFC Keyboarding 1 for Comp Usage OFFC Keyboarding 2 for Comp Usage OFFC Outlook OFFC Introduction to Word OFFC Introduction to Excel OFFC Powerpoint OFFC Access OFFC Advanced Keyboarding OFFC Advanced Word OFFC Machine Transcription OFFC Legal Typing & Transcription OFFC Advanced Excel OFFC Medical Transcription OFFC Quickbooks for Business Pros. PHIL Introduction to Philosophy PHIL Ethics PHIL Business Ethics POLS American Government PSYC General Psychology PSYC Psychology of Aging PSYC Abnormal Psychology PSYC Human Dev Through Life Span SOC Introduction to Sociology SOC Social Problems THTR Theatre Appreciation BIOL A Nutrition HLTH A Sci & Theory of Health & Wel HLTH A Women s Health HIT-111-MA75A Medical Terminology *PSYC A General Psychology PSYC A Human Dev Through Life Span SOC A Introduction to Sociology HLTH B Women s Health C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 7 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

10 Winter Term Helpful Information Winter Term 2015 Classes begin Tuesday, January 6, 2015 Online Priority Registration for Eligible Returning Students* Date:... Tuesday, Nov. 11 Time:... 6:30 a.m. *Eligible students are students in good academic standing, never unsuccessful in a transitional course, with no address or billing issues. Students who have not completed ENGL-101 and a General Education Math course by 24 credits will also be blocked from WebAdvisor registration. See an advisor for more information. Priority Registration (In-Person) for Returning Students Dates:...Wednesday Thursday, Nov Times:... 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mail-In* Registration for Returning Students Dates:... Nov. 12 Dec. 12 * Mail-In registrations with payment must be received by Dec. 19. Walk-In Registration for New Students* Dates:...Nov. 13 Jan. 6 Times:...Monday Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Schedule an appointment to see an advisor or walk in by 6:30 p.m. Times:... Friday, 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Closed For Winter Break... Dec.22 Jan. 5 *New Students must see an advisor. Winter Calendar Winter Payment Due...Dec. 15 Winter Recess (campus closed)... Dec. 22 Jan. 4 Classes Begin... Jan % Refund Period Ends...7 p.m. Jan. 7 Last Day to Drop without a W grade...jan. 7 Martin Luther King s Birthday (closed)...jan Last Day to Drop with a W grade... Jan. 20 Last Day to Audit a Class... Jan. 20 Classes End... Jan. 30 Grades Posted on WebAdvisor... Feb. 1 Spring Classes Begin... Feb. 2 Last Day to Apply for May Graduation...March 1 Winter Library Hours Monday and Friday... 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday... 8 a.m. 10 p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday Winter Bookstore Hours Monday Thursday... 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Friday a.m. 1 p.m. Tuition Payment If you register by December 1, you will receive a bill in the mail that is due by December 15. Any student who registers after December 1 will be expected to pay tuition and related fees in full at the time of registration. Refund Policy For the winter term, the refund period is calculated as 7% of the instruction time of the course. As winter courses are 4 weeks in length, refund period ends at the end of the second day of classes: note the date on the calendar to the left. Please contact the Records Office, A112, for assistance in confirming dates and logistics for withdrawing from a course. To qualify for a refund, students must officially drop courses via WebAdvisor or by completing a Registration/ Schedule Change Form in the Records Office or by mailing or faxing a signed written request to the Records Office within the time period cited above. Students who fail to attend classes, or stop attending classes, but who do not formally drop the classes in writing, will continue to be financially responsible for all tuition and fees related to those classes and will receive final grades of F for those classes. This refund policy applies to all students who have registered for classes, including financial aid applicants. Students who have any outstanding debt to the College will first have their refunds automatically applied to the payment of the debt. Financial Responsibility By registering for classes, a student acknowledges responsibility for payment of tuition and fee charges generated by the registration. Additional Course Offerings Although class listings in this printed version of the Credit Schedule of Classes are complete at the time of publication, the faculty and staff of Carroll Community College remain committed to constantly updating courses and programs of study. Furthermore, new technology, flexible learning options, and articulation agreements with other colleges and universities provide additional opportunities for course development. Consequently, exciting new classes may be added to the schedule throughout the year. Consult the college s web site: or contact the Advising and Transfer Center for the most complete and up-to-date listing of course offerings. Classes listed in this brochure may be full. For the most up-to-date information, please consult the Search for Classes web page: Go to click on search for classes in the Registration section. Select the term from the drop down box; Select a credit subject from the subjects drop down box and click Submit at the bottom of the form. The online listing is accurate to the moment. Inclement Weather Procedures The following radio and TV stations in and around the Carroll County/Baltimore County area will carry the announcements for Carroll Community College: WBAL 1090AM, WIYY 98FM, WTTR 1470AM WMAR-2, WBAL-11, WJZ-13, FOX-45 You may register with e2campus, the College s Emergency Notification System, at edu/alerts for weather-related announcements. Be sure to visit the College s website for the complete announcement due to the limited size of the emergency messaging capability. Announcements will be made beginning at approximately 6:30 a.m. through 9 a.m. for day class sessions. Announcements for the closing of evening class sessions will be made beginning at approximately 4 p.m. or earlier if possible. When the College is closed, all activities will also be canceled unless an announcement is made to the contrary. Announcements will also be made on weekends if the College must be closed. When the Carroll County Public School System closes for the day or during the day, the College courses being held in the high school facilities will be canceled. If the College opens late, all class sessions starting prior to the scheduled opening time will be canceled. Lab sections that begin after the opening time will be held even though the lecture component of that course may have been cancelled. Students should also check Blackboard for information from their instructors. Please check our website, or listen to one of the radio or TV stations listed above for announcements. You may call the College Inclement Weather number for closing information. If no announcement is made, you may assume that the regular schedule is in effect. C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 8 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

11 Winter Term 2015 Please Note: Any class time lost during the Winter Session (due to College closing for inclement weather) will be made up on a Monday. ACCOUNTING ACCT-101, Principles of Accounting 1, is an intensive study of the development of the accounting cycle, preparation of financial statements, and accounting for sole proprietorships. This course emphasizes generally accepted accounting principles and their application in understanding inventory costing methods, internal control, accounts receivable, depreciation, and liabilities. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D plus MAT-097. CLEP exam accepted. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ACCT Lect TWTh 06:00PM-09:25PM ART AND DESIGN ART-125, Art Appreciation, gives attention to the parameters of art in our everyday life and to the influences of art and design on our society. Concern is given to the historic, ethnic, and contemporary social influences on art. In addition, guidelines for the critical analysis of art forms and for the consideration of aesthetic preferences are covered. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ART Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM ART Internet *ART is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for CHEMISTRY CHEM-198, Chemistry Topics for UMCP, is a special topics course for those students who intend to major in engineering fields and wish to pursue their further education at University of Maryland College Park (UMCP). Upon completion of CHEM-105 and this course, the students would have met the requirement of UMCP s CHEM-135 gateway course in their engineering department. This add on module to CHEM-105 is not equivalent to and nor does it satisfy the stand-alone CHEM-106 course for any program / discipline. Topics covered in the course include properties of solids and liquids, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base reactions and equilibrium, electrochemistry, and an introduction to organic chemistry. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion with a C grade or better in CHEM-105 and MATH-128 or consent of the department chair. One hour lecture. One credit. One billable hour CHEM Lect TTh 09:00AM-11:30AM COLLEGE SUCCESS COL-099, Developing College Readiness Skills, is required for any student who on the basis of the placement test is required to take one or more transitional courses in reading, English and/ or mathematics. Topics covered in this course will focus on specific learning and study strategies needed for success in college courses. It will also assist students to develop attitudes and behaviors needed to succeed in the college setting. This course must be taken concurrently with the student s first transitional course and is a prerequisite for subsequent transitional courses the student may need to qualify for credit-bearing courses. READ A also fulfills this requirement. (Students who have completed reading prior to 2014/Spring are exempt from this requirement.) Prerequisite: exemption/ placement into ENG and READ modules. One hour lecture each week. No credit. One billable hour. COL-101, Winter Bridge Program, is a week-long workshop designed to provide supplemental instruction and review in reading, writing and math for those students who score close to, but under, the cut-off for credit level courses. The workshop will prepare students to re-take the placement tests for reading, writing and math while allowing them to get acquainted with college resources, staff and students. To participate in the workshop, students will need to make an appointment with the Testing Center to take diagnostic tests in reading, writing and math. The results of the diagnostic tests will be used to create an individualized learning path for each student. At the end of the workshop, students will re-take the placement tests and may test out of one or more of their developmental courses. The cost of the materials and re-take of the placement test are included in the fee for the workshop COL Lect TWTh 01:00PM-04:00PM 1/6-1/15 *Off-cycle course. See above for dates. COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS-101, Introduction to Computer Information Systems, is designed to prepare students to focus upon the technological demands of the 21st century workforce. Students use creative thinking, problem solving, effective communication, team building, and analyze social and ethical issues related to computers, networks, and the Internet. Students gain hands-on experience through examples and team-based scenarios using Web/Internet applications, current word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation applications, and the current Windows operating system. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D and MAT-097. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours CIS Lect TWTh 06:00PM-09:25PM CIS Internet *CIS is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRIM-101, Introduction to the Criminal Justice System, surveys the historical development of law enforcement, courts and corrections. It examines the organization within the United States of federal, state and local agencies and institutions with staff functions and appointment requirements. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION CRIM Internet *CRIM is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for ECONOMICS ECON-101, Principles of Micro Economics, is a study of micro-economic principles with regard to institutions, business firms, households, perfect and imperfect competition, price, output, and distribution. Related readings are required. Prerequisite: exemption/completion of READ-A-D. Note: This course may be taken separately or concurrently with ECON-102. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ECON Internet *ECON is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for COL Lect TWTh 11:00AM-12:10PM C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 9 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

12 Winter Term 2015 Transitional English ENG A, Introduction to Academic Writing, Information Literacy, is required for students whose scores on the Accuplacer Sentence Skills test and writing sample place them into the developmental sequence for English modules B-F. ENG A introduces writing strategies required in academic writing and information literacy. To meet the requirements for this course, students should register for ENG-A along with the other modules listed on the student s placement output. Successful completion of the required modules satisfies the English pre-requisite for credit-level English. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: COL-099 or READ A. 0 credits. 1 billable hour. *Students who need more than one term to complete the modules will enroll in ENG A2 in subsequent terms for 0 billable hours ENG-A-01 CBL TWThF 01:00PM-04:00PM ENG-A2, Information Literacy 2, is for students continuing the ENG mods and needing more than 1 semester to complete the course requirements. 0 credits. 0 billable hours ENG-A2-01 CBL TWThF 01:00PM-04:00PM ENG B, Introduction to Academic Writing, Review of Basic Grammar, Sentence Structure and Style, is required for any student who, on the basis of the placement test and/ or the writing sample, needs to review basic grammar, sentence structure and style. This includes parts of speech, subject-verb and pronoun agreement, shifts, and modifiers; types of sentences, using varied sentence structures, using coordination and subordination, and eliminating run-on, fragment, and parallel structure errors. Students required to take this module must also register for ENG A/A2. Successful completion of the required modules satisfies the English pre-requisite for credit-level English. Prerequisite: ENG-A. 0 credits. 1 billable hour ENG-B-01 CBL TWThF 01:00PM-04:00PM ENG C, Introduction to Academic Writing, Writing Process and Paragraph Development, is required for any student who, on the basis of the placement test or writing sample needs improvement in the areas of basic paragraph construction. The module also introduces the writing process, laying the foundation for writing strategies required for writing college essays. This includes evaluating the audience, purpose, and occasion for a writing assignment, as well as utilizing prewriting and organizing strategies. Paragraph development will examine the essential components for writing effective paragraphs, including the development of topic sentences, supporting detail, effective concluding sentences, and transitions, unity and coherence. Students required to take this module must also register for ENG A. Successful completion of the required modules satisfies the English pre-requisite for credit-level English class. Prerequisite: ENG-B. 0 credits. 1 billable hour ENG-C-01 CBL TWThF 01:00PM-04:00pm ENG D, Introduction to Academic Writing, College Essays, is required for any student who, on the basis of the placement test or writing sample, needs improvement in writing college essays. This includes writing an essay for a particular mode with an introduction, thesis, supporting paragraphs, and conclusion. Students will review the use of a correct punctuation, effective transitions, style, and expression. Students required to take this module must also register for ENG-A. Successful completion of the required modules satisfies the English pre-requisite for credit-level English. Prerequisite: ENG-C. 0 credits. 1 billable hour ENG-D-01 CBL TWThF 01:00PM-04:00PM ENG E, Introduction to Academic Writing, Persuasive Writing (Argumentation), is required for any student who, on the basis of the writing sample, needs improvement in persuasive writing. Students will learn the components of an effective argument, logical reasoning and the use of supporting information to construct an effective argument essay. Students will also review the use of a correct punctuation, effective transitions, style, and expression. Students required to take this module must also register for ENG-A. Successful completion of the required modules identified by the placement test or writing sample satisfies the English pre-requisite for credit-level English. Prerequisite: ENG-D. 0 credits. 1 billable hour ENG-E-01 CBL TWThF 01:00PM-04:00PM ENGLISH It is strongly recommended that all students complete both a mathematics and English course within their first 12 credit hours. To ensure maximum success, mathematics and English courses should be taken during consecutive terms until the sequence is completed. All students must have begun their English and mathematics sequences by completion of their first 24 credit hours or registration will be blocked. ENGL-102, Writing About Literature, provides a program in critical reading and interpretive writing. Students will build on rhetorical and research skills developed in English 101 by critically reading literature from three genres, writing analytical and interpretative essays, and conducting and documenting academic research, culminating in at least one research essay. Students will also study the principles of three literary types (fiction, poetry, and drama) by reading and analyzing examples of each. Throughout the course, students will compile Part 2 of their writing portfolios, which will be evaluated as the final examination. Prerequisite: ENGL-101. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM ENGL Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENV-100, Environmental Science, is a study of human interaction with the environment. The first part of the course is devoted to understanding how ecosystems function in terms of nutrient cycles, energy flow, and population dynamics. Secondly, imbalances in various areas of human concern such as agriculture, resource utilization, waste disposal, energy, and population are compared and contrasted with the balances that exist in similar areas of natural ecosystems. Throughout the course, the student will come to recognize that survival of modern humans will depend upon bringing the human system into ecological balance. Prerequisite: Exemption/ completion of READ A-F with a C grade or better and proficiency through MAT-097 with a C grade or better. Credit by exam available. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ENV Internet ENV has an online learning component requiring internet access. For Information about Distance Learning Courses, visit GPA of required. GPA of required. FINANCE FN-215, Principles of Financial Management, provides students with fundamental principles associated with business financing decisions. Topics include financial markets, present value, business risk, interest rates, cost of capital, capital budgeting, lease/purchase, financial statement analysis, working capital, and taxation. Prerequisite: ACCT-101 and READ A-F. Three lecture hours per week. Three credits. Three billable hours FN Internet *FN has an online learning component requiring internet access. For Information about Distance Learning Courses, visit GPA of required. GPA of required. HEALTH HLTH-101, The Science and Theory of Health and Wellness, is a study of essential health practices as they relate to current concepts of preventive medicine. In the pursuit of a wellness lifestyle, this course investigates the latest scientific findings germane to the major diseases and causes of premature death in the U.S. The importance of self-responsibility within a wellness lifestyle is stressed. Emphasis on nutrition, weight management, stress management, substance abuse, health frauds, chronic diseases, and human sexuality will hopefully motivate the student to take the initiative and thereby enhance her or his quality of life. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION HLTH A Internet HLTH B Internet *HLTH A and 75B are online courses, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 10 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

13 For up-to-the-minute class offerings and course openings, visit and click on search for classes. HLTH-201, Women s Health, examines the latest scientific research developments affecting the lives of women in contemporary society. Course content includes a multidisciplinary approach to women s health issues and provides a framework for informed personal decisions. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION HLTH A Internet HLTH B Internet *HLTH A and HLTH B are online courses, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for HISTORY HIST-101, Western Civilization 1, surveys classical, medieval, and early modern civilization, as well as its interactions with other civilizations including the world of Islam. The course examines political, economic, cultural, social, and religious history, and identifies sources of both violence and dialogue between different civilizations. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Credit by exam available. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION HIST Lect TWThF 01:00PM-03:40PM HIST-105, History of the United States to 1876, surveys American History from Colonial Times through the end of Reconstruction. It focuses upon the major political, diplomatic, economic, and social developments, paying particular attention to the interaction of red, white, and black cultures, the development of democracy, territorial expansion, and the changes of the Civil War era. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Credit by exam available. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION HIST Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM MANAGEMENT MGMT-201, Principles of Management, provides the student with a conceptual framework for understanding the basic theories of management. Emphasis is placed on the internal and external environment, ethics, planning, goal setting, decision making, organizational structure, motivation and group dynamics, and effective control mechanisms. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW MGMT Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM TRANSITIONAL MATHEMATICS It is strongly recommended that all students complete both a mathematics and English course within their first 12 credit hours. To ensure maximum success, mathematics and English courses should be taken during consecutive terms until the sequence is completed. All students must have begun their English and mathematics sequences by completion of their first 24 credit hours or registration will be blocked. ***MAT course sections described as Lect for the instructional method are facilitated in a traditional lecture format. Course sections described as CBL for the instructional method are facilitated by an instructor, but rely heavily on mathematical learning software that assures students master each course objective. MAT-197, Independent Study Extension Transitional Algebra, is a non-credit course to allow students to master both the final unit and the final exam for the computer-based transitional MAT-097, Introductory Algebra or MAT-099, Intermediate Algebra courses. Students will master three unit quizzes, master the final unit s post-test, and pass the final exam. Students will start at the last mastered assessment from the prior term. The course is audit only, and successful mastery of the requirements will result in a change of grade for the previous term s transitional algebra course. Prerequisite: mastery of all but one unit during last term s attempt of computer-based MAT- 097 or MAT-099 and permission of the coordinator of MAT-099, Brianna McGinnis; coordinator of MAT-097, Nanci Barker; or the MATH Department Chair. Instructional method: computer-based, individualized, self-paced. 0 credits, one billable hour MAT CBL TTh 09:00AM-11:00PM MAT CBL TTh 06:30PM-08:30PM MUSIC MUSIC-101, Music Appreciation, is designed to sharpen the student s listening focus in order to enrich his/her listening experience. The course accomplishes this by moving in easy steps from elements of its language to masterpieces of Western music. World music and popular music are also included. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION MUSIC Internet MUSIC A Internet MUSIC B Internet *MUSIC ,75A,75B are online courses, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFICE TECHNOLOGY All Office Technology courses are offered in a self-directed format. Students may complete the coursework in the Office Technology Lab, at home (or other location outside the college), or a combination of lab and home. Students will find all course materials on their course Blackboard site; and textbooks should be purchased from the college bookstore. During Staffed Lab Hours, the Office Technology Lab, located in Room A-226, is staffed with instructional assistants who can assist students with questions about course materials and assignments. Students may also call or lab staff for assistance. During Open Lab Hours, the Office Technology Lab is open for use, but the lab is not staffed during this time. The Staffed Lab Hours for Winter 2015 are Mondays, Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays from 9:00 am through 2:00 pm; Tuesdays, from 4:30 pm through 8:30 pm. Open Lab Hours for Winter 2015 will be posted on the lab door. Orientation for Winter Office Technology classes may be completed online by clicking on the Course Orientation menu tab on the course Blackboard site. Students may also visit the Office Technology Lab during Staffed Lab Hours for further assistance in getting started. Students should complete the Course Orientation no later than the first week of the semester. OFFC-101, Keyboarding 1 for Computer Usage, is a self-directed online course, using web-based software instruction which develops touch-typing skills used to operate a computer keyboard. Credit by examination is available. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D Self-paced. One credit. One billable hour OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-102, Keyboarding 2 for Computer Usage, is a self-directed online course, using web-based software instruction for microcomputers. The course focuses on proper formatting techniques in the preparation of letters, tables, memos, and reports while continuing to develop keyboarding speed and accuracy. Credit by examination is available. Prerequisite: Exemption/ completion of OFFC-101. Self-paced. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 11 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

14 Winter Term 2015 OFFC-111, Outlook, develops students ability to use personal information manager software to send and receive s, organize contacts and tasks, use calendar features, plan meetings, and manage information and notes. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to complete the Microsoft Outlook 2010 certification exam. It is suggested that students possess basic technology skills to be successful in this course. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D. One lecture hour each week. One credit. One billable hour OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-115, Introduction to Word, develops students ability to create and enhance textbased documents while using Microsoft Word software. Students learn and apply skills to format cover letters, resumes, newsletters, and research papers including proper formatting for citations, footnotes, and bibliographies. Students will also create mail merges, web pages, and use proofing and markup tools. It is suggested that students possess basic technology skills to be successful in this course. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to complete the MS Word 2010 Certification Exam. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-135, Introduction to Excel, develops students ability to create and enhance electronic worksheets and charts while using the Microsoft Excel software package. Students learn and apply skills to create and edit worksheets, chart and analyze data using various chart types and what-if analysis tools, use intermediate functions and formulas, manage large workbooks, and use advanced sorting and filtering methods for evaluating data. It is suggested that students possess basic technology skills to be successful in this course. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to complete the MS Excel 2010 Certification Exam. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D and MAT-097. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-155, PowerPoint, develops students ability to create and enhance presentations while using Microsoft PowerPoint software. Students learn and apply skills to create and edit professional presentations and templates, manage the presentation environment, incorporate graphical and multimedia elements, integrate charts and tables, apply transitions and animations, use collaboration tools, and prepare for and deliver an electronic presentation. It is recommended that students possess basic technology skills to be successful in this course. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to complete the MS PowerPoint 2010 Certification Exam. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-170, Access, develops students ability to create, manage, and search databases, design forms, create queries, produce and format reports, and understand concepts of database programming using the Microsoft Access software package. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to complete the MOS Access 2013 Certification Exam. It is suggested that students possess basic technology skills to be successful in this course. Prerequisite: exemption/ completion of READ A-D. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-205, Advanced Word, advances students ability to create and enhance text-based documents while using Microsoft Word software. Students use introductory skills to apply advanced skills to format advanced tables, create mass mailings and forms, customize the ribbon, create digital signatures, work with long documents including indexes and table of contents, integrate other programs such as Excel, PowerPoint and Word, and use macros. It is suggested that students possess basic technology skills to be successful in this course. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of OFFC-115. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-235, Advanced Excel, allows students to apply advanced skills to electronic worksheets and charts while using the Microsoft Excel software package. Students create pivottable and pivotchart reports and audit worksheets, use data analysis, solver, and scenario features, use macros and Visual Basic, import external data from other applications, and prepare a workbook for collaboration and distribution. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of OFFC-135. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for OFFC-265, Advanced Access, allows students to perform advanced database operations to forms and reports, work with macros, pivottables and pivotcharts, integrate with other applications, administrate and secure databases, and write SQL statements using the Microsoft Access software package. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of OFFC-165. Three lecture hours each week. Three credits. Three billable hours OFFC Internet *OFFC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for PHILOSOPHY PHIL-101, Introduction to Philosophy, involves students in the critical and open activity of philosophical inquiry. Philosophy is an on-going conversation that explores who we are, what our world is, and how we are to act toward the world. Students will read and discuss some of the contributions to that conversation by classic and contemporary philosophers for the purpose of seeing how these people engaged questions that have real applications to us and to see how their thoughts shaped or prod at our lives today. Students will be expected to critique the contributions made by these philosophers and to critique their own ideas and worldviews. Prerequisite: Exemption/ completion of ENG-097 and READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION PHIL Internet * PHIL is an online courses which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for PHIL-105, Ethics, explores values as they are applied to who we are and what we do. This class engages students in critically examining their systems of values through the careful exploration of the views of classic and contemporary moral philosophers. As we work with moral theory, we will explore a variety of moral issues including those that are well known and controversial and those that are often overlooked yet relevant. The overall goal is to raise awareness about, and to refine our capacity to act effectively in, our roles as moral agents. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of ENG-097 and READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION PHIL Internet *PHIL is an online courses which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for online learning, please visit C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 12 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

15 For up-to-the-minute class offerings and course openings, visit and click on search for classes. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Students should dress appropriately for physical assessment and movement the first day of class. PHED-101, Lifetime Fitness and Wellness, introduces the student to the fundamental relationship between physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. The theoretical components of fitness, principles of training, individual pre/post assessments, and prescription exercise programs are examined. Varied physical activity media are introduced to give the student practical experiences with the ultimate goal of self-directed lifetime wellness. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Credit by exam available. Additional $50 fee required. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION PHED Lect TWTh 06:00PM-09:25PM PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT Students must be admitted to the Physical Therapist Assistant Program to be eligible to enroll in PTA courses. PTA-099, Neuromuscular Anatomy Skills and Palpation, serves as a foundation for the development of skill and proficiency in anatomical and neuromuscular locations, actions, origins, and insertions and innervations. Topics include upper and lower extremity, trunk and head muscular origins and insertions, innervations and actions, location and palpation of these structures, and their relation to function. Prerequisite: Admission to the PTA Program, or permission of the program director. No credit. Three billable hours. Offered Winter Term only. This course is optional and is intended for students needing instruction prior to taking the PTA Neuromuscular examination PTA Hybrid TTh 01:00PM-04:00PM *PTA has an online learning component requiring internet access. For Information about Distance Learning Courses, visit GPA of required. PTA-113, Modalities, is designed to develop and refine knowledge and understanding of the physical and physiological principles, which govern the therapeutic application of thermal agents, electrotherapy, and hydrotherapy as they are used in a clinical setting. Students will demonstrate skill in the application of modalities based upon knowledge of human anatomy and the physiological effect of each particular modality as well as effects, parameters, indications, and contraindications for each modality. Students will discuss and explain indications for modalities as related to specific signs, symptoms, and disease processes. Three credits. Three billable hours. Offered Winter term only PTA Lect TTh 08:00AM-12:45PM PSYCHOLOGY PSYC-101, General Psychology, introduces the methods and theories of psychology, as well as findings in the areas of biological, cognitive and social processes. Topics may include: the brain, intelligence, thinking learning, social relationships and psychological disorders and treatments. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION PSYC Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM PSYC Internet PSYC A Internet PSYC B Internet *PSYC ,75A, and 75B are online courses, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for PSYC-210, Human Development Through the Life Span, is a survey of the biological, psychological, and social changes which accompany the developmental process. The content includes a study of the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development of the individual from conception to death. Prerequisite: PSYC-101. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours PSYC HYB TTh 09:30AM-12:10PM *PSYC has an online learning component requiring Internet access. For Information about Distance Learning Courses, visit GPA of required PSYC Internet PSYC A Internet *PSYC and PSYC A are online courses, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for READ Modules A-F READ Modules A-F: Developing College Reading Skills. This course, taken as a series of modules, will replace the content of READ-099. Students who score between 61 and 78 on the reading component of the Accuplacer placement test will be directed to take the Reading Diagnostic in order to determine the student s individual learning path. On the basis of the diagnostic, students may be directed to register for two or more modules in order to satisfy the reading pre-requisites for credit level classes. Students sign up for their series of modules in a specific time slot by selecting the same section on their modules (READ-A-01, READ-B-01, READ-C-01, etc.). Successful completion of the required modules satisfies the READ-099 prerequisite for College courses and moves the student into a Reading Exempt status. For the 2015/WI term the following READ modules will be offered. Students may need to register for a varying combination depending on their diagnostic scores. The 01 sections are all scheduled at the same time. See list below. READ-A-01 TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ-A2-01 TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ-B-01 follows A/A2 READ-C-01 follows A/A2 READ-D-01 follows A/A2 READ-E-01 follows A/A2 READ-F-01 follows A/A2 The sections are listed by Module below: READ A, Developing College Reading Skills-Reading and Learning Strategies, is required for any student who, on the basis of the reading diagnostic, is required to take one or more modules B through F. This module lays the foundation for vocabulary building and learning and reading strategies required throughout the modules. To meet the requirements for this course, students should register for READ A along with other modules listed on the student s diagnostic report. Successful completion of the required modules identified on the diagnostic test satisfies the reading pre-requisite for credit-level classes. 0 credits. 1 billable hour READ-A-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ A2, Reading and Learning Strategies 2, Study Skills 2, is for students continuing the READ mods and needing more than 1 semester to complete the course requirements. Four hours lecture each week. 0 credit. 0 billable hours READ-A2-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ B, Developing College Reading Skills Main Idea is required for any student who, on the basis of the reading diagnostic, needs improvement in identifying the main idea of a passage, distinguishing the main idea from supporting ideas, or determining the central focus of a passage even when it is not explicitly stated. Students will also work on developing vocabulary for improved reading comprehension. Students required to take this module, must also register for READ A. Successful completion of the required modules identified on the diagnostic test satisfies the reading pre-requisite for credit level classes. 0 credits. 1 billable hour READ-B-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 13 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

16 Winter Term 2015 READ C, Developing College Reading Skills Supporting Detail is required for any student who, on the basis of the reading diagnostic, needs improvement in comprehending specific information in a passage and identifying key ideas that support the main idea. Students will also work on developing vocabulary for improved reading comprehension. Students required to take this module, must also register for READ-A. Successful completion of the required modules identified on the diagnostic test satisfies the reading pre-requisite for credit level classes. 0 credits. 1 billable hour READ-C-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ D, Developing College Reading Skills Inference is required for any student who, on the basis of the reading diagnostic, needs improvement the ability to comprehend details and ideas conveyed implicitly in a passage, and to understand connections and implications. Students will also work on developing vocabulary for improved reading comprehension. Students required to take this module, must also register for READ-A. Successful completion of the required modules identified on the diagnostic test satisfies the reading pre-requisite for credit level classes. 0 credits. 1 billable hour READ-D-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ E, Developing College Reading Skills Author s Purpose and Rhetorical Strategies is required for any student who, on the basis of the reading diagnostic, needs improvement in the ability to recognize the purpose of a passage, how the author uses language to achieve that purpose, the author s tone and rhetorical strategies. Students will also work on developing vocabulary for improved reading comprehension. Students required to take this module, must also register for READ-A. Successful completion of the required modules identified on the diagnostic test satisfies the reading pre-requisite for credit level classes. 0 credits. 1 billable hour READ-E-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM READ F, Developing College Reading Skills Relationships and Critical Reading is required for any student who, on the basis of the reading diagnostic, needs improvement in understanding the relationships between sentences, how they relate to each other, perceiving patterns of organization and logical relationships required for critical reading. Students will also work on developing vocabulary for improved reading comprehension. Students required to take this module, must also register for READ-A. Successful completion of the required modules identified on the diagnostic test satisfies the reading pre-requisite for credit level classes. 0 credits. 1 billable hour READ-F-01 CBL TWThF 09:00AM-12:00PM SOCIOLOGY SOC-101, Introduction to Sociology, examines the patterns by which people interact with each other in society. Topics typically included are methods of sociological research, the nature of culture, the influences of others on the development of the individual, conformity and deviance, female and male roles, relations between groups, social inequality, institutions and change. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION SOC-120, Introduction to Aging Studies(Social Gerontology), examines the social processes encountered in adulthood and old age, using socio-cultural perspective. This course will explore current concepts and controversies in broad areas of aging, such as health care, retirement, socio-economic trends, as well as the impact of ageism and societal attitudes regarding the elderly. Prerequisite: exemption/completion of ENG-097 and READ-A-F (successful completion of ENGL-101 recommended). Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW SOC Internet *SOC is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for SPANISH SPAN-102, Elementary Spanish 2, is basic Spanish for students with little or no knowledge of the language. The course provides a solid foundation in the four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking, as well as grammar. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of SPAN-101; one year of high school Spanish will meet the prerequisite with an academic advisor s approval. Three hours lecture each class. Three credits. Three billable hours. N DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW SPAN Lect TWTh 06:00PM-09:25PM SPEECH SPCH-101, Introduction to Speech Communication, is designed to provide a foundation for theories focusing specifically in relational, group, public, and cultural communication contexts. Students will engage in communication theory and practice focusing on interpersonal, small group, and public speaking skills. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F, plus assessment for placement in ENGL-101 or better. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION SPCH Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM SPCH Lect TWThF 01:00PM-03:40PM THEATRE THTR-101, Theatre Appreciation, is designed to prepare the student for greater understanding and enjoyment of the theatrical arts, with attention to critical, aesthetic, and practical aspects. The course concentrates on various dramatic forms, historical background, and contemporary practices in the staging, directing, and performing of theatrical productions. Prerequisite: exemption/completion of READ-A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION THTR Internet *THTR is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for SOC Lect TWThF 09:30AM-12:10PM SOC Lect TWTh 06:00PM-09:25PM SOC Internet SOC A Internet SOC B Internet *SOC , 75A, and 75B are online courses, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 14 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

17 Spring Term Helpful Information Spring Term 2015 Mount Airy (MA) classes begin Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 Classes begin Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 Online Priority Registration for Eligible Returning Students* Date:... Tuesday, Nov. 11 Time:... 6:30 a.m. *Eligible students are students in good academic standing, never unsuccessful in a transitional course, with no address or billing issues. Students who have not completed ENGL-101 and a General Education Math course by 24 credits will also be blocked from WebAdvisor registration. See an advisor for more information. Priority Registration (In-Person) for Returning Students Dates:... Wednesday Thursday Nov Times:... 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mail-In* Registration for Returning Students Dates:... Nov. 12 Jan. 30 (Registrations received after December 15 must include payment.) Walk-In Registration for New Students* Dates:...Nov. 13 Jan. 31 Times:...Monday Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Schedule an appointment to see an advisor or walk in by 6:30 p.m. Times:... Friday, 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. And Date:...Jan. 31 Times:... Saturday, 9 a.m. 12:30 p.m. *New Students must see an advisor. Spring Calendar Spring Payment Due...Jan. 15 Mount Airy (MA) Classes Begin... Jan. 26 Main Campus Classes Begin... Feb. 2 Mount Airy (MA) 100% Refund Period Ends...7p.m., Feb. 2 Mount Airy (MA) Last Day to Drop without a W grade... Feb % Refund Period Ends 7 p.m.*... Feb. 9 Last Day to Drop without a W Grade...Feb. 9 Last Day to Apply for May Graduation...March 2 Spring Recess... March 29 April 5 Classes Resume...April 6 Mount Airy (MA) Last Day to Drop with W grade...april 6 Mount Airy (MA) Last Day to Audit...April 6 Main Campus Last Day to Drop with W Grade*...April 8 Main Campus Last Day to Audit*...April 8 Mount Airy (MA) Final Examinations... May 9 15 Mount Airy (MA) Term Ends... May 15 Main Campus Final Examinations... May Main Campus Term Ends...May 22 Memorial Day Holiday... May Carroll Commencement Ceremony... May 27 Summer Term Begins... June 1 *Drop/Audit dates may vary for courses that do not run the traditional 15-week term. See the Records Office for details. Spring Library Hours Monday Thursday... 7:30 a.m. 10 p.m. Friday... 7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday... 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Closed Sundays Spring Bookstore Hours Monday Thursday... 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Friday* a.m. 1 p.m. *The Bookstore will be open the first two Fridays of Spring and Fall terms from 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m.. PLEASE NOTE: The Bookstore will be open on Saturdays one week prior and one week immediately following the start of the above referenced term. Tuition Payment If you register by Jan. 1, you will receive a bill in the mail that is not due until Jan. 15. Any student who registers after Jan. 1 will be expected to pay tuition and related fees in full at the time of registration. The College offers a deferred tuition payment plan which allows students to budget their tuition payment. Details may be obtained by contacting the Business Office at Refund Policy For courses that encompass the full term, the refund period will conclude at the end of the day one calendar week after the start of the term (7% of the instruction time for the course). For 2014 spring term standard courses, the refund period ends on Monday, Feb. 9 (Feb. 2 for Mount Airy.) For courses that encompass less than the full term, the refund period is calculated as 7% of the instruction time for the course, per the following chart. Please contact the Records Office, A112, for assistance in confirming dates and logistics for withdrawing from course(s): Duration of Course in Weeks Refund Calculation (days from start of class) To qualify for a refund, students must officially drop courses by completing a Registration/ Schedule Change Form in the Records Office or by mailing or faxing a signed written request to the Records Office within the time period cited above. Students who fail to attend classes, or stop attending classes, but who do not formally drop the classes in writing, will continue to be financially responsible for all tuition and fees related to those classes and will receive final grades of F for those classes. This refund policy applies to all students who have registered for classes, including financial aid applicants. Students who have any outstanding debt to the College will first have their refunds automatically applied to the payment of the debt. Financial Responsibility By registering for classes, a student acknowledges responsibility for payment of tuition and fee charges generated by the registration. Additional Course Offerings Although class listings in this printed version of the Credit Schedule of Classes are complete at the time of publication, the faculty and staff of Carroll Community College remain committed to constantly updating courses and programs of study. Furthermore, new technology, flexible learning options, and articulation agreements with other colleges and universities provide additional opportunities for course development. Consequently, exciting new classes may be added to the schedule throughout the year. Consult the college s web site: or contact the Advising and Transfer Center for the most complete and up-to-date listing of course offerings. Classes listed in this brochure may be full. For the most up-to-date information, please consult the Search for Classes web page: Go to click on search for classes in the right/registration column. Select the term from the drop down box; Select a credit subject from the subjects drop down box and click Submit at the bottom of the form. Campus Emergency Notification System Carroll s state-of-the-art notification system, e2campus, allows messages to be sent instantly and simultaneously to all registered students, faculty and staff via mobile phones (SMS text message), BlackBerrys, wireless PDAs, pagers, and addresses. Notifications include campus closings and security alerts and are sent by designated administrators and are immediately delivered to recipients. This service is voluntary and students may opt-in or opt-out at any time. For more information and to register for an account, go to the college website: C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 15 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

18 Spring Term 2015 ACCOUNTING ACCT-101, Principles of Accounting 1, is an intensive study of the development of the accounting cycle, preparation of financial statements, and accounting for sole proprietorships. This course emphasizes generally accepted accounting principles and their application in understanding inventory costing methods, internal control, accounts receivable, depreciation, and liabilities. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D plus MAT-097 CLEP exam accepted. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ACCT Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM ACCT Lect MW 12:30PM-01:50PM ACCT Lect TTh 09:30AM-10:50AM ACCT Lect W 06:30PM-09:20PM ACCT-102, Principles of Accounting 2, introduces accounting for corporations and explores both debt and equity financing. Students will also analyze financial statements within the larger context of the annual report. In addition, students examine accounting for manufacturing entities and cost accounting. Prerequisite: ACCT-101. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ACCT Lect MW 08:00AM-09:20AM ACCT Lect M 06:30PM-09:20PM ACCT Hybrid TTh 12:30PM-01:50PM *ACCT also has an online learning component requiring internet access. For Information about Distance Learning Courses, visit GPA of required ACCT Internet *ACCT is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for ACCT-202, Intermediate Accounting 2, involves a thorough study of accounting for current and non-current liabilities, stockholders equity, and investments. In addition, emphasis is placed on proper financial statement disclosure of leases, deferred income taxes, accounting changes, pension obligations, and development of the cash flow statement. Prerequisite: ACCT-201. Four hours lecture each week. Four credits. Four billable hours ACCT Lect T 06:30PM-10:05PM ACCT-211, Principles of Taxation 2, is a comprehensive study of federal taxation of corporations and partnerships, as well as exempt entities, multistate taxation issues, taxation of international transactions, federal gift and estate taxes, and taxation of trusts and estates. Prerequisite: ACCT-210 or permission of the instructor. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. Offered Spring Term only ACCT Internet *ACCT is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for ACCT-220, Cost Accounting, provides an overview of the nature and purpose of cost accounting and covers job order and process costing, as well as standard costing, spoilage, budgeting and relevant costs for decision making. Prerequisite: ACCT-102. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. Offered Spring Term only ACCT Internet *ACCT is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH-101, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, is the study of the nature and development of culture through an examination of cultures throughout the world and across time. Topics include language, ecological adaptation, religion, family, diversity, economic and political patterns and cultural change. Prerequisite: Exemption or completion of READ A-F and ENG-097. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ANTH Lect MW 09:30AM-10:50AM ANTH Lect TTh 11:00AM-12:20PM ANTH Internet *ANTH is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for ANTH-201, Anthropology of American Culture, is the study of American culture and its social institutions utilizing an anthropological perspective and methodology. Topics include an examination of the patterns of American culture as an integrated, functional and holistic explanation of culture traits including language, arts, religion, human ecology, global connections and influence, political structure, economic patterns, technology and culture change. Particular emphasis will be given to problems of multiculturalism and diversity within the U.S. population. Content is based on the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion ENGL-101. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ANTH Lect MW 02:00PM-03:20PM ANTH-201-HL Lect TTh 09:30AM-10:50AM *ANTH-201-HL is for Hill honor students only. ART AND DESIGN ART-101, Fundamentals of Art, focuses on the development of concepts and elements of art, thus on the compositional basics of line, form, value, color, texture, and spatial relationships. Art projects are oriented toward developing these fundamental artistic skills, understanding their application and exploring them through the use of various tools and materials. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D. Students who have satisfactorily completed two years of high school art may enroll directly in ART-105. Three hours lecture/studio each week. Three Credits. Three billable hours. This course does not fulfill the Arts and Humanities requirement for Carroll graduation ART Lect MW 12:30PM-01:50PM ART Lect TTh 12:30PM-01:50PM ART-105, 2-D Design, develops the use of formal elements and principles through assigned projects. Emphasis is on original, well-crafted rendering, adherence to project specs, and analytical assessment of skills through critique. This course is intended for students who will be taking additional art courses, which involve applications of the concepts developed in 2-D Design, and for those taking certain computer graphics programs. Prerequisite: ART-101 or two years of high school art, or permission of the instructor, and exemption of READ A-D. Two hours lecture/two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect MW 02:00PM-03:50PM ART Lect T 06:30PM-10:05PM ART-110, 3-D Design, introduces materials, methodology, and basic concepts applicable to sculpture, display, interior and architectural design, industrial design and other areas dealing with three-dimensional form. This course is intended for students who will be taking additional art courses which involve applications for the concepts developed in 3-D Design. Prerequisite: Exemption /completion of READ A-D and ART-101 (or two years of high school art). Two hours lecture. Two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect Th 06:30PM-10:05PM C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 16 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

19 For up-to-the-minute class offerings and course openings, visit and click on search for classes. ART-115, Color Theory, studies the physical characteristics and the psychological effects of color. Theory is translated into studio projects. Emphasis is on the impact and manipulation of color in both fine art and graphic design. Adherence to project specs and attention to craftsmanship is stressed. Prerequisite: ART-105, or can be taken concurrently with ART-105, and exemption /completion of READ A-D. Two Hours lecture, two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect MW 09:30AM-11:20AM ART-120, Drawing 1, includes the theories, practices, and appreciation of drawing. Using a variety of drawing media, the student will investigate landscapes, interiors, still life and the figure. Projects may include sketch books and assignments in addition to class work. Portfolio development and critique are emphasized. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D. Two hours lecture. Two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect M 12:30PM-04:05PM ART Lect W 06:30PM-10:05PM ART-125, Art Appreciation, gives attention to the parameters of art in our everyday life and to the influences of art and design on our society. Concern is given to the historic, ethnic, and contemporary social influences on art. In addition, guidelines for the critical analysis of art forms and for the consideration of aesthetic preferences are covered. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ART Lect MW 09:30AM-10:50AM ART Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM ART Lect MW 12:30PM-01:50PM ART Lect TTh 09:30AM-10:50AM ART Lect TTh 11:00AM-12:20PM ART Internet *ART is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for ART-130, Painting 1, provides an investigation of various approaches to painting. Stress will be placed upon basic methods and techniques of acrylic painting and color mixing. Class work and outside assignments of still life, landscape and the figure will be critically examined and discussed from the standpoint of formal organization. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D. Two hours lecture. Two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect W 12:30PM-04:05PM ART Lect M 06:30PM-10:05PM ART-135, Art of the Western World, Prehistoric-1300, introduces students to the arts of painting, sculpture, and architecture from Prehistoric to the Renaissance. The course will focus on the meaning of the artwork, on exploring and unfolding the works iconography and ideas, on its projection/reflection of human values, and on the relationship of this historic expression to our own milieu. Emphasis is thus centered on students understanding and development of their dialogue with Western cultural heritage and its non-western influences. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ART Lect MW 12:30PM-01:50PM ART-136, Art of the Western World, 1300-Present, introduces students to the arts of painting, sculpture, and architecture; from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. The course will focus on the meaning of the artwork, on exploring and unfolding the work s beliefs and ideas, on its projection/reflection of human values, and on the relationship of this historic expression to our own milieu. Emphasis is thus centered on students understanding and development of their dialogue with Western and Eastern cultural heritage. Prerequisite: exemption/completion of READ-A-F. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours. DIVERSITY/WORLDVIEW & GENERAL EDUCATION ART Lect M 06:30PM-09:20PM ART-220, Drawing 2, emphasizes composition and expression, and the additional development of theories and practices of drawing. Class work will include figure drawing, critiques and lectures. Emphasis is on the development of specialized skills and self-direction. Outside assignments may include drawings from landscapes, interiors, and still life. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D, ART-105, and ART-120. ART-105 may be taken concurrently. Two hours lecture. Two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect M 12:30PM-04:05PM ART Lect W 06:30PM-10:05PM ART-230, Painting 2, is designed to further painting skills and methods. Compositional organization and the use of color as an expressive element will be emphasized as well as specialized technique and self-direction. Models will be provided for figure or portrait studies. Class and outside assignments will be critically analyzed. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-D, ART-105 and ART-130, or by permission of instructor. Two hours lecture. Two hours lab each week. Three credits. Three billable hours ART Lect W 12:30PM-04:05PM ART Lect M 06:30PM-10:05PM BIOLOGY BIOL-100, General Biology, is a one-term course intended for non-science majors. It is well suited for students who plan to teach at the elementary and middle school level. In addition to concepts of science in general, this course will cover the major concepts of biology, including cells and cell processes, genetics, evolution, a survey of the diversity of life: microorganisms, animal anatomy and physiology, plant structure and function. Content is based on topics recommended by the National Science Education Content Standards and those of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of READ A-F and MAT-097 with C grades or better. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory each week. Four credits. Four billable hours. Content is similar to BIOL-101; students will not receive credit for both courses. & GENERAL EDUCATION BIOL Lect WF 09:30AM-10:50AM BIOL Lab F 11:00AM-12:50PM BIOL Lect TTh 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL Lab Th 10:30AM-12:20PM BIOL Lect W 06:30PM-09:20PM BIOL Lab M 06:30PM-08:20PM BIOL Lect Internet BIOL Lab Internet *BIOL is an online course, which may require daily internet access. To see if you are suited for online learning, please visit This course also requires the purchase of a lab kit in addition to the required text, which enables the student to complete the virtual lab work. The estimated total cost is $150 and the required text. Lab kit order information will be on the Bb course site after classes begin. GPA of required. BIOL-101, Fundamentals of Biology 1, gives the student who is a science major the basic biological principles common to all living things. Biochemistry, genetics, and evolution serve as central themes for the topics, which include cell structure and function, molecular and cellular energetics, and genetics. Through experiments the student will gain familiarity with various biological techniques and principles. The emphasis of the course is directed to the process of formulating questions and hypotheses, designing experiments, and the collection, reporting, and interpretation of data. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of MAT-097 and READ A-F with C grades or better. Credit by exam available. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory each week. Four credits. Four billable hours. Content is similar to BIOL-100; students will not receive credit for both courses. & GENERAL EDUCATION BIOL Lect MW 08:00AM-09:20AM BIOL Lab M 09:30AM-12:20PM BIOL Lect MW 08:00AM-09:20AM BIOL Lab W 09:30AM-12:20PM BIOL Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab M 12:30PM-03:20PM BIOL Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab W 12:30PM-03:20PM C a r r o l l C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e 17 C r e d i t C l a s s S c h e d u l e

20 Spring Term BIOL Lect TTh 08:00AM-09:20AM BIOL Lab T 09:30AM-12:20PM BIOL Lect TTh 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab T 12:30PM-03:20PM BIOL Lect TTh 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab Th 12:30PM-03:20PM BIOL Lect M 06:30PM-09:20PM BIOL Lab W 06:30PM-09:20PM BIOL Lect T 06:30PM-09:20PM BIOL Lab Th 06:30PM-09:20PM MOUNT AIRY COLLEGE CENTER OFFERINGS-The following sections are designated with MA in the section name and are scheduled at the Mount Airy College Center Location. Courses at MA will begin Monday January 26, Main Campus courses begin Monday, February 2, *25192 BIOL-101-MA01 Lect TTh 08:30AM-09:50AM BIOL-101-MA01 Lab T 10:00AM-12:50PM *25193 BIOL-101-MA02 Lect TTh 08:30AM-09:50AM BIOL-101-MA02 Lab Th 10:00AM-12:50PM *25194 BIOL-101-MA03 Lect Th 06:00PM-08:50PM BIOL-101-MA03 Lab T 06:00PM-08:50PM *Mount Airy College Center Location BIOL-102, Fundamentals of Biology 2: Organismic and Population Biology, focuses on whole organisms, of all kingdoms, and the ways in which they interact to create the dynamics of populations, ecosystems, and evolution. The course will emphasize fundamental principles of evolution, population genetics, and ecology; and it will show how integration and homeostasis at levels of organization above the organism are essential for sustaining and perpetuating life. Prerequisite: BIOL-101 with a C grade or better. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory each week. Four credits. Four billable hours. Offered Spring Term only. & GENERAL EDUCATION BIOL Hybrid Th 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab Th 12:30PM-03:20PM *BIOL also has an online learning component requiring internet access. For Information about Distance Learning Courses, visit GPA of required. BIOL-105, Human Biology, provides an understanding of the human organism through physical, cultural, genetic, and social viewpoints for students in general studies or certain allied health fields. In this course, the student will learn a basic overview of human anatomy and physiology, how the various systems of the body function together, how the human species has developed, and its interrelationship with its environment. Prerequisite: Exemption/completion of MAT-097 and READ A-F with a C grade or better. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory each week. Four credits Four billable hours (This course does not meet the prerequisite requirements for BIOL-210 or BIOL-215). & GENERAL EDUCATION BIOL Lect WF 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL Lab F 10:30AM-12:20PM MOUNT AIRY COLLEGE CENTER OFFERINGS-The following sections are designated with MA in the section name and are scheduled at the Mount Airy College Center Location. Courses at MA will begin Monday January 26, Main Campus courses begin Monday, February 2, *25201 BIOL-105-MA01 Lect W 06:00PM-08:50PM BIOL-105-MA01 Lab M 06:00PM-07:50PM *Mount Airy College Center Location BIOL-210, Human Anatomy and Physiology 1, focuses on the structure and function of the human body. Homeostasis is the underlying theme. Related facts, principles, and concepts of chemistry and biochemistry are integrated where needed for increased understanding. This part of the course will include study of the cell and tissues, and the following systems: skeletal, nervous, endocrine, and muscular. Prerequisite: BIOL-101 with a C grade or better or a college equivalent within the last 5 years. Students not meeting this Prerequisite should enroll in BIOL-101 or pass the Biology Placement Test. Credit by exam available. The sequence of BIOL-210 and 211 is designed for premedical, paramedical, physical education, nursing, physical therapy, and other allied health students. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory each week. Four credits. Four billable hours. & GENERAL EDUCATION BIOL Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab MW 09:30AM-10:50AM BIOL Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab MW 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL Lect TTh 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab TTh 09:30AM-10:50AM BIOL Lect TTh 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lab TTh 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL Lect MW 06:30PM-07:50PM BIOL Lab MW 05:00PM-06:20PM BIOL Lect TTh 06:30PM-07:50PM BIOL Lab TTh 05:00PM-06:20PM BIOL Lect TTh 06:30PM-07:50PM BIOL Lab TTh 08:00PM-09:20PM MOUNT AIRY COLLEGE CENTER OFFERINGS-The following sections are designated with MA in the section name and are scheduled at the Mount Airy College Center Location. Courses at MA will begin Monday January 26, Main Campus courses begin Monday, February 2, *25195 BIOL-210-MA01 Lect MW 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL-210-MA01 Lab W 09:00AM-11:50AM *25196 BIOL-210-MA02 Lect MW 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL-210-MA02 Lab W 02:00PM-04:50PM *25197 BIOL-210-MA03 Lect M 06:00PM-08:50PM BIOL-210-MA03 Lab W 06:00PM-08:50PM *Mount Airy College Center Location BIOL-211, Human Anatomy and Physiology 2, provides further study of the structure and function of the human body. The circulatory, respiratory, excretory, digestive, and reproductive systems will be emphasized in this term. Prerequisite: BIOL-210 with a C grade or better, within the last 5 years. Credit by exam available. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory each week. Four credits. Four billable hours BIOL Lect MW 09:30AM-10:50AM BIOL Lab MW 08:00AM-09:20AM BIOL Lect MW 09:30AM-10:50AM BIOL Lab MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL Lect MW 06:30PM-07:50PM BIOL Lab MW 08:00PM-09:20PM BIOL Lect TTh 06:30PM-07:50PM BIOL Lab TTh 08:00PM-09:20PM BIOL Lect TTh 12:30PM-01:50PM BIOL Lab TTh 02:00PM-03:20PM MOUNT AIRY COLLEGE CENTER OFFERINGS-The following sections are designated with MA in the section name and are scheduled at the Mount Airy College Center Location. Courses at MA will begin Monday January 26, Main Campus courses begin Monday, February 2, *25198 BIOL-211-MA01 Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL-211-MA01 Lab M 08:00AM-10:50AM *25199 BIOL-211-MA02 Lect MW 11:00AM-12:20PM BIOL-211-MA02 Lab M 01:00PM-03:50PM *25200 BIOL-211-MA03 Lect T 06:00PM-08:50PM BIOL-211-MA03 Lab Th 06:00PM-08:50PM *Mount Airy College Center Location BIOL-215, Microbiology, is an introduction to the study of bacteria, viruses, and fungi and their inter-relationships with man. 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