1 ECC Summer College Experience ECC High School to College Summer Academic Institute Take college courses Jump start your college credits towards a degree Learn and feel the college experience Decide on your college degree path Credit and Non-Credit Courses offered Courses offered at all three ECC campuses. Check course description for location. Erie Community College South Campus 4041 Southwestern Orchard Park Erie Community College North Campus 6205 Main Street Williamsville Erie Community College City Campus 121 Ellicott Street Buffalo For More Information contact (716) or Visit: Enroll in an ECC Course and earn college credit Cost is $65 per credit hour (a 60% savings) Online Courses are an additional $75 Credited courses run July 6 th August 14 th Students may be required to purchase a textbook. A $15 fee will be assessed if there is a drop or cancellation by the student Course Descriptions American History (HI 102: 3 credit hours) Survey of American history from Reconstruction to the contemporary era. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic narrative of American history since This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: William Marcy Days: M, T, Th Time: 10:45am 1:10pm Anatomy & Physiology (BI 147: 3 credit hours): This course is closed for 2015 What is going on inside your body? Explore the structures and functions of the human body. The 12 systems of human anatomy and physiology will be covered. This course will give students a foundation for further study in any medical career. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Paulette Snyder Days: T, W, Th Time: 8:00am-10:25am
2 Anatomy & Physiology Lab (BI 148: 1.5 credit hours): This course is closed for 2015 This course is for those students who enroll in Anatomy and Physiology and want to add to their learning experience by participating in a hands-on lab. This course will include experiments and demonstrations to correlate with the topics presented in BI 147. Models and dissection of preserved specimens are used to illustrate concepts. Students will use microscopes and lab instruments. This course must be taken concurrently with BI 147 unless you ve already taken BI 147 for college credit in high school. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Christine Wilkolaski Days: T, W, Th Time: 10:45AM - 01:10PM Biomedical Ethics ( PY 111: 3 credit hours) This is a course in applied ethics which concentrates on moral problems that arise in medical and biological research. A variety of problems will be evaluated through lecture and discussion. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Andrea Escobar Days: M, T, Th Time: 10:45 am 1:10pm College Physics I & Lab (PH 270 & PH 271: 4.5 credit hours) This is an introductory course in general physics designed to meet the needs of liberal arts, medical/health and two-year bound technical engineering students. Emphasis placed on fundamental laws. Topics include vector analysis, linear and circular motion, Newtonian mechanics, conservation of energy and momentum, rigid body rotation, gravitation, wave motion, sound, thermal concepts, and gas laws. Laboratory experiments designed to reinforce the physical principles of the topics in the PH 270 lectures and designed to provide students training in data analysis, error analysis and report writing. Student must have completed algebra and trigonometry prior to taking this course. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Elena Brewer Days Lecture Lab Monday 11:00am - 1:20pm 1:30pm 4:20pm Tuesday Wednesday 11:00am - 1:20pm 1:30pm 4:20pm 7/15, 7/22, 7/29 only Thursday 11:30am 2:20pm Friday 11:00am - 1:20pm Digital Photography (AT 222: 3 credit hours) This course is an introduction to digital imaging as it relates to photographic practice, theory, and history. Assignments will emphasize technical skills and conceptual development. Students will learn basic digital image manipulation, input and output strategies using digital cameras and creative camera controls. Students must have their own digital camera with adjustable exposure and focus. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Alison Slein Days: M, T, Th Time: 10:45am 2:00pm
3 English Composition (EN 110: 3 credit hours)-offered at three locations This course is the first semester English course required for all ECC programs and is fully transferable to most colleges and universities. This course will truly give you a jump start on college! This course will develop your writing skills through a variety of assignments. A documented research paper will be required in this course. It is highly recommended that students have completed 11 th grade Regents English and have achieved an 85% on the Regents exam. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Andrew Hyzy (North) Sabrina Caine (City) Erika Hendra (South) Days: M, T, Th Time: 08:00AM - 10:25AM Locations: North Campus, City Campus, South Campus **Environmental Science (PH 120: 3 credit hours) You hear about environmental issues every day in the news. Energy and the environment are two of the most important issues of our time. In this course you will have the opportunity to learn about today s environmental issues from both sides of the political spectrum. This course will offer students a variety of learning environments including traditional classroom, online learning, and Service Learning. Students will have the opportunity to work on-site with the Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper organization on paddling tours and on planting expeditions. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Jeffrey Green Days: T, Th Time: 9:30am-12:30pm Locations: North Campus and Buffalo Riverkeeper sites General Psychology (PS 100: 3 credit hours)- offered at three locations Learn about the nature of psychology as a science and the biological foundations of behavior, sensation, learning, motivation, and reactions to frustration and mental health. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Location South Campus City Campus North Campus Days T, Th M, T, Th M, T, W Times 8:00am 11:10am 10:45am 1:10pm 10:45 am 1:10pm Location South Campus City Campus North Campus Instructor Christopher Grandits Paul Kochmanski Erikson Neilans **Homeland Security (HS 100: 3 credit hours) Since September 11, 2001 this country has faced new challenges in law enforcement. This course takes a look at the threats posed to our national security by terrorism and how our government responds. Techniques used in the fight against terrorism such as facial recognition and document fraud recognition will be presented. Students will also tour a local agency such as the border patrol sector or the new public safety building downtown. Students considering a career in law, law enforcement, or criminal justice will love this course. Instructor: Gregg Blosat Days: T, Th Time: 8:30am-9:45am
4 Human Biology (BI 107: 3 credit hours) A science elective designed for non-science majors. Topics will include digestive system and nutrition, genetics and reproduction, nervous system and drugs and survey of disease. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Angela Crocker Days: M, T, Th Time: 1:30-3:55 Pre-Calculus (MT 180: 4 credit hours) Get a jump start on Calculus this summer! If you are planning to enroll in a science or Engineering major in college, this course will help get you prepared. Topics in the course include: solutions to equations and inequalities, behavior of polynomial, rational, transcendental and other functions, sequences and series, two and three dimensional coordinate systems, vectors and matrices. Graphing calculators will be used throughout the course. Prerequisite: Students must complete 11 th grade math prior to taking this course. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: TBA Days: M,T,W,Th Time: 10:50am-1:10pm Programming Visual Basic (DA 150: 4 credit hours) An introduction to Microsoft Windows based programming using Visual Basic. This course is intended as an introductory programming course which assumes no prior programming knowledge. Students will create applications with graphical interfaces using dialog boxes, list boxes and menus as well as display graphics. Visual Basic has become such a powerful product that skilled Visual Basic programmers are in demand in the job market. Instructor: Russell Goldberg Days: M,T,W,Th Time: 8:00am 10:20am Sociology (SO 100: 3 credits) An introductory course in the concepts of sociology; a study of social interaction, social organization and processes which are common to group and institutional life. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Jacob Long Instructor: Carolyn Storms Days: T,Th Time: 8:00am 11:10am Days: M,T, Th Time: 8:00am-10:25am Survey of Mathematics (MT 112: 3 credits) The objective of this one-semester course is to further develop students interest in mathematics. This course introduces sets, logic, probability, statistics and at least one topic from the following areas: consumer finance, geometry, game theory, mathematical systems, systems of numeration, graph theory, voting and apportionment and linear programming. The history of mathematics will be integrated throughout all topics. Students will be expected to use elementary algebra skills in solving problems. This course will fulfill a math requirement for students not entering a science or technology degree program. This course fulfills a SUNY general education requirement. Instructor: Mary Lee Seitz Days: M,T, Th Time: 8:00am-10:25am
5 Online Courses *Personal Health (HT 105: 3 credit hours) Through a series of lectures and assignments, students will examine their current level of health/wellness and their readiness to change and develop a positive approach to dealing with stress, nutrition, fitness, weight management, safety, disease and disease prevention. Emphasis will be on the development of a healthy lifestyle for individuals. Students who wish to use this course for high school credit, must ask permission from their high school. Cost: $270 Cost includes tuition plus distance learning fee of $25/credit hour Instructor: Perry Jenkins *Business Law (BU 261: 3 credit hours) A survey of legal principles often encountered in business. Consideration is given to judicial procedures, torts, crimes, contracts, insurance, real property and negotiable instruments. Cost: $270 Cost includes tuition plus distance learning fee of $25/credit hour Instructor: Remy Orffeo Enroll in a non-credit Summer Camp or Workshop Career Planning Workshop offered at two Locations - This workshop is closed for 2015 An exploratory workshop specifically designed for students who are unsure of their career direction. Students will be helped in becoming knowledgeable career planners. Skills such as self-assessment, career search, identifying individual career options and decision making as they relate to career choice will be presented as students are guided through the career planning process. This workshop does not overlap with Summer College courses. Cost: $50 North Campus Dates: 7/24 & 7/31 - Friday South Campus Dates: 7/15 & 7/22 - Wednesday Time: 9:00am 11:00am CNC Precision Machining Summer Camp Advances in Technology have changed the way we manufacture products and have created a high tech, high demand career field for Advanced Manufacturing. In this camp, students will be introduced to CNC Programming and Machining. They will have the opportunity to use CAD/CAM software and CNC Machines to design and manufacture their own project. They will also have an introduction to the state of the art Water Jet Machining technique used in ECC s labs. camp will also include a tour of a local Engineering/Manufacturing Company. This is a great opportunity for students in pre-engineering courses or technology courses in high school. Cost: $150 Dates: Monday July 27 th -Friday July 31st Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Computer Electronics Camp Students will learn how to assemble a computer and how to use test equipment to trouble shoot computer problems. Students will become familiar with equipment such as digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, frequency counters, and frequency generators. Students will measure voltage level and learn basic compute circuits. Perfect for a student interested in computer technology. Cost: $150 Dates: Monday July 13 th -Friday July 17 th Time: 9:00am-12:00pm The
6 Visual Design Camp This camp offers students a chance to explore their creative side. Students will learn how to use design software programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Students will work on designing their own project during this week long session. Cost: $150 Dates: Monday July 6 th -Friday July 10 th Time: 9:00am-12:00pm *Online Course: Students must have regular access to a computer with an internet connection and be familiar with Internet use, use, and file management. **HYBRID Course: HYBRID courses are conducted in the classroom and online. Students must attend the scheduled class sessions and will be responsible to complete assignments online as well. Students must have computer skills and reliable Internet and computer access to participate in a Hybrid course.
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