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1 SPRING 2015 CREDIT COURSE GUIDE Winter Classes January 2 to 15 Spring Classes January 20 to May 16 Register online at

2 Contents Admission Information...4 Bookstore...6 Child Care Facilities...6 Course Descriptions...34 Course Schedule...10 Directions to Campuses...9 Financial Aid...5 Identification Cards...6 Online Courses...7 Open House...2 Registration Dates and Times...3 Registration Information...5 Telephone Numbers...2 Testing Information...4 Tuition and Fees...47 Mission Statement Atlantic Cape Com munity College creates opportunity by providing access to superior educational programs. Values Integrity Caring Accountability Respect Excellence Telephone Numbers Callers can dial the 343- direct phone numbers from any location. If the 343- exchange is a long distance call for you, dial and the appropriate extension to avoid a toll charge. Cape May County residents can dial and the appropriate extension to reach campus offices without a toll charge. All telephone numbers are area code 609. ATLANTIC CAPE SPRING OPEN HOUSE Apply for admission Meet faculty and staff Learn about financial aid options and scholarships for new students Mays Landing Atlantic City Cape May County Campus Campus Campus 609/ Direct Dial #s 609/ Academy of Culinary Arts ext ext Admissions ext ext Alumni Association ext ext Bookstore Follett ext ext Business Office ext ext Cape May County Campus ext Career & Academic Planning Center ext ext Child Care Gateway Head Start ext ext Disabled Student Services ext ext Distance Education Department ext ext Distance Education Tech Support Enrollment Services ext ext Financial Aid ext ext Security ext Testing ext ext Worthington Atlantic City Campus ext ext Discover short-term training programs that can launch your new career Refreshments and giveaways April 12, 2015 Noon to 3 p.m. For information, call 609/ Or 609/ , ext 5009 Or visit Atlantic Cape does not discriminate in admission or access to its programs and activities or on the basis of race/color, national origin, religion/creed, disability, age, marital status, gender, sexual orientation or veterans status. Atlantic Cape s catalog is the official document containing detailed information relevant to college and program admission, degree listings and course requirements, and college policies and procedures. Catalogs are available at all college locations. 2 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

3 Calendar Winter/Spring 2015 If you have never attended Atlantic Cape, you must first apply for admission online at apply.atlantic.edu, or download and print a copy of the application or apply in person at any college location. WAYS TO REGISTER In person Register on the dates/times listed below, according to the number of credits earned. By mail Postmarked by Dec. 31 for Winter term, and by Jan. 19 for Spring term. Send registration form and full payment to: Atlantic Cape Community College Enrollment Services 5100 Black Horse Pike Mays Landing, NJ By fax Fax registration form with full payment information to (609) by Jan. 2 for Winter term, and by Jan. 19 for Spring term Online WebAdvisor will be continuously available for registration beginning at midnight on Dec. 1. Students must have earned the number of credits posted below to register on the dates listed until registration for all new and returning students begins Dec. 8. Registration begins for Winter/Spring 2015 terms Dates In person Online* Notify Financial Aid before dropping classes Students with 48+ earned credits Dec.1 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. beginning at midnight Students with 32+ earned credits Dec. 2 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. beginning at midnight Students with 17+ earned credits Dec. 3 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. beginning at midnight All returning students Dec. 4 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. beginning at midnight All returning students Dec. 5 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning at midnight New and returning students Dec. 8 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. beginning at midnight SAGES, Unemployed, Fire, First Aid or Rescue Squad Volunteer Registrations** Dec. 23 Last day to drop with 100% refund in person, Winter term Dec. 23 Last day to drop with 100% refund, online, mail or fax, Winter term Jan. 1 Winter term begins Jan. 2 Last day to drop with 50% refund, Winter term Jan. 2 Last day to drop with Withdraw grade, Winter term Jan. 5 Last day of classes, Winter term Jan. 15 (If one of the 11 days is cancelled for inclement weather, classes will meet on January 16.) Registration continues for Spring 2015 only Dates In person Online* Notify Financial Aid before dropping classes Registration, All students Jan a.m. to 4 p.m. Last day to register for Spring, all students Jan a.m. to 4 p.m. SAGES, Unemployed, Fire, First Aid or Rescue Squad Volunteer Registrations** Jan a.m. to 4 p.m. Last day to drop with 100% refund, in person, Spring term Jan a.m. to 4 p.m. Last day to drop with 100% refund, online, mail or fax, Spring term Jan. 19 Spring term begins Jan. 20 Drop/Add, Spring term Jan a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Drop/Add, Spring term Jan a.m. to 4 p.m. Last day to Drop/Add, Spring term Jan a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Last day to drop with 50% refund, Spring term Feb. 2 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Last day to drop with Withdraw grade, Spring term March 27 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Last day of classes, Spring term May 9 Final examinations, Spring term May **tuition free, in person only, excludes Culinary Arts, Baking/Pastry and Nursing. Registrations submitted prior to the designated date are not eligible for tuition waiver Students seeking a tuition waiver MUST apply for financial aid. Important Dates Dates Holiday Break, College offices closed, Online access available Dec. 24-Jan. 1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, College closed, Online access available Jan. 19 Spring Break March Academy of Culinary Arts Awards Ceremony May 18 Commencement May 21 3

4 How To Register Accreditation Atlantic Cape is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, a regional institution accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The Commission is located at 3624 Market St. Philadelphia, PA, Telephone, 215/ STEP 1 Apply for admission Admission to Atlantic Cape Community College is available to all applicants who: Have graduated from an accredited secondary or preparatory school, or Have a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), or Are 18 years of age or older There is a $35 non-refundable application fee. An Application for Admission is available from the Admissions Office at any college location or at High School Students High school students who have completed their first year of high school may apply for admission and register part-time with the written approval and recommendation of their high school guidance counselor or principal. International Students International students should contact the Admissions Office or visit the college website at for application information. Project Second Chance Non-high-school graduates who are 18 years of age or older can earn a state-issued high school diploma through Atlantic Cape s Project Second Chance. Contact the Admissions Office for details. Transfer Students Students transferring from other colleges must meet admission criteria and submit official transcripts from all colleges attended. Complete a Transcript Evaluation Request form available from the Admissions Office or at The fee is $20. STEP 2 Skills assessment & advisement Career and Academic Planning Center It is important that students meet with an advisor to be sure that the courses they select comply with the degree requirements for graduation. Career and Academic Planning Centers are located at the Mays Landing and Cape May County campuses. Services provided include transfer counseling, academic planning and scheduling, career counseling, co-op and job placement, computerized career planning programs, resources for choosing a major and/or transfer to colleges and universities. For information: call 609/ , ext. 5621, 609/ or 609/ Testing For information, call 609/ , 609/ , ext. 5099, or 609/ Placement Test Students are required to take the Placement Test prior to registering for a mathematics, English or other course requiring a demon - strated level of ability. Students seeking to complete one course for professional development purposes only, may request a waiver of the Test by meeting with the Director of Admissions and College Recruitment or the Director of Student Development and Judicial Officer. Non-degree seeking students who do not take the Placement Test will be significantly limited as to their selection of courses and may not be able to maintain full-time status. Financial aid applicants and out-of-county residents are required to take the test. Transfer students, who have not completed a college-level English Composition or mathematics course, must take the test. The test is given free of charge to all students who have submitted an application and have been admitted to the college. Students who have taken Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT) within the last four years and received a mathematics score of 530 and/or an English score of 540 may be exempt from taking the Placement Test. Call the Testing Office for more information. ESL Placement Test Students whose native language is not English will be required to take the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Results are used to determine whether a student needs further instruction. Students who have been educated in the U.S.A. since the 8th grade and have graduated from an American high school are exempt from taking the ESL Placement Test. Students who entered the American school system after the 8th grade may be exempt based on an interview with the ESL department chairperson. Other exemptions include a TOEFL result of IBT 54, written 480, CBT157 or an SAT score of 540 in Critical Reading. Upon successful completion of the ESL program, students are required to take an essay exam for placement into their next English course. Additionally, students are required to take the Math portion of the ACCUPLACER. Nursing Entrance Test For information, contact the Testing Office at 609/ or 609/ , ext ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

5 STEP 3 Processing your registration IN PERSON see dates and times on page 3. FAX Registration forms with payment information may be faxed to Enrollment Services at 609/ See page 3 for dates. MAIL Mail registration form with payment information to: Enrollment Services Atlantic Cape Community College 5100 Black Horse Pike Mays Landing, NJ ONLINE Returning students can register online at New students can download an Application for Admission or apply online. Choose the Admissions/ Registration button for further information. See page 3 for dates. Provide Proof of Immunization The New Jersey Department of Health requires all full-time students born after January 1, 1957 to provide proof of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella. In addition, proof of a second immunization for measles must also be submitted to the enrollment services office. STEP 4 Payment & financial aid See page 47 for tuition and fees. The provisions, statements, policies, tuition and fees listed in this publication are current as of the date of printing and are subject to change without notice. Full payment for classes is due at the time of registration unless other arrangements are made through the Business Office. Cash, checks (payable to Atlantic Cape Community College), American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA are accepted forms of payment. Vouchers or purchase orders are accepted from any person or agency that provides a form or letter authorizing Atlantic Cape to bill them for tuition and fees. Payment Plan Atlantic Cape s interest-free tuition payment plan is available to all credit students in good standing with the college. For credit students, other than Culinary Arts and Nursing, an initial payment of fifty-percent (50%) of tuition and fees is required, followed by two twenty-five percent (25%) payments. The plan carries a $25 non-refundable application fee, payable with the initial payment. For more information about the plan or the Culinary Arts payment plan, call 609/ or , ext Chargebacks Atlantic and Cape May County Residents Chargebacks are issued to Atlantic and Cape May County residents who are enrolled in programs not currently offered by Atlantic Cape Community College. Eligible students may request a Certification of Inability to Admit (Chargeback) from Atlantic Cape by October 15 for fall classes, March 1 for spring classes, and July 18 for summer classes. NO CHARGEBACKS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER THESE DATES. Atlantic County residents must take the form to the Atlantic County Treasurer s Office, Atlantic and Tennessee Avenues, Atlantic City, 609/ Cape May County residents must take the form to the Cape May County Treasurer s Office, 4 Moore Road, Cape May Court House 609/ If you are issued a Chargeback refusal, you must take the form back to the college you are attending. Call the Admissions Office at 609/ , 609/ or 609/ , ext for information. Chargebacks Other Counties Students who are not residents of Atlantic or Cape May counties are required to file chargeback forms every semester upon registration, or they must pay out-of-county fees. A chargeback authorizes Atlantic Cape to bill the student s home county in New Jersey for the out-of-county portion of the tuition. It is the responsibility of the student to verify eligibility for a chargeback with the home county. Forms are available from the local county treasurer s office or community college. In order to be eligible for chargebacks, residents of counties other than Atlantic or Cape May will need to: Be a valid resident per the requirements of their home county. Enroll for a course or program that is not offered by their home county college. Demonstrate minimum competency on the Placement Test. Request an Inability to Admit Form (chargeback certificate) from their home county college admissions office certifying they do not offer the course. Process necessary paperwork from the home county treasurer s office to obtain chargeback. Check with the home county for additional information, deadlines and residency requirements. Atlantic Cape will allow registration at the incounty rate for students from counties that require proof of registration to obtain a chargeback. The student must sign a chargeback promissory note. For further information on payments or chargebacks, call the Business Office at 609/ , 609/ , ext. 5105, or 609/ , ext Health Insurance Legislation pending the governor's signature is expected to remove the requirement that full-time community college students carry health insurance as a condition of their enrollment in college. Due to that expected change, Atlantic Cape is not charging fulltime students for health insurance for the Fall 2013 semester if they cannot show they are covered by another policy. While the state legislation is pending, the college is working with other New Jersey community colleges to identify a health insurance plan for students who wish to purchase it. Once that coverage is identified, the college will communicate with students about the availability of the health insurance plan. It is expected that the cost will be higher than what had been charged in the past due to the limits and coverage required under the federal Affordable Care Act and the smaller number of students who will elect to purchase the insurance plan. Please visit for updated information. Refunds If Atlantic Cape cancels a class, or changes the time, day or date of a scheduled class, students may transfer tuition and fees to another class or elect to receive a full refund of tuition and fees. An official withdrawal must be in writing and postmarked or received in the Enrollment Services Office by the refund deadlines (see page 3.) Exceptions may be made for documented extenuating circumstances. Financial Aid In order to be eligible for financial aid at Atlantic Cape, students must: 1. File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applications are available at local high schools and college financial aid offices. Call 609/ to request a copy or visit the FAFSA Web site at to apply online. Atlantic Cape s code number is Qualify for eligibility, which is determined by information supplied on the FAFSA according to state and federal regulations. 5

6 The applicant must be a degree-seeking student, have a high school diploma or GED, or demonstrate minimum proficiency on the Placement Test (ACCUPLACER). Stafford Loans To apply, students must meet the requirements in items 1 and 2 under the Financial Aid section and complete a Stafford Loan application, which is available at most lending institutions and the Financial Aid Office. Financial Aid Deadlines Apply early, see preferred deadlines* but we strongly recommend at least 8 to 10 weeks before you plan to register. Call the Financial Aid Office at 609/ , 609/ , ext. 5082, or 609/ , ext to make an appointment. *Preferred deadlines: April for upcoming Fall/Summer semesters October for upcoming Spring semesters Veterans Information Veterans Benefits are available. Call the Financial Aid Office at 609/ for information. Go to for complete information regarding Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs. What Next? Obtain an Identification Card Students need a valid Atlantic Cape photo identification card to use campus facilities, including the Library and the Learning Assistance Center Computer Lab. Identification cards may be obtained at all campuses. Obtain a Parking Decal Available from Security at all campuses. SERVICES CHILD CARE FACILITIES Child Care is available at the Mays Landing campus. For information call Atlantic Cape Gateway Head Start/ELC at 609/ , 609/ , ext or 609/ , ext SECURITY To contact security, pick up an internal telephone in the main hallway of any building for a direct line to the Security Office. You may also dial extension 5125 from any phone on the Mays Landing Campus. The Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus number is 609/ For the Cape May County Campus, call 609/ Atlantic Cape s Security Report The college s report is available through the Dean of Students office at the Mays Landing Campus, or call 609/ , 609/ , ext. 5083, or 609/ , ext Follett Bookstore Textbooks are available in the bookstore at the Mays Landing and Cape May County campuses. The Cape May bookstore only supplies books for classes offered at that campus. There are extended hours during the first weeks of the semester. To purchase textbooks for courses being taken at the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, call for days and times of availability at 609/ , 609/ or 609/ , ext The schedule of hours will be posted at the bookstore and at Bookstore Phone Numbers Mays Landing Campus 609/ / / , ext Fax: 609/ Cape May County Campus 609/ Online Service You may also order online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at New! Atlantic Cape Late Start Classes February 16 to May 16 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD20 MW 2:00PM-03:50PM Composition I ENGL-101-ME07 TR 05:00PM-06:50PM Western World I HIST-101-ME01 MW 05:00PM-06:50PM Statistical Methods MATH-220-MD05 TR 02:00PM-03:50PM 6 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

7 Distance Learning Online Courses For further information, call the Office of Instructional Technology at (609) , , ext. 4930, or , ext Online courses are listed in the Course Schedule section and are identified with the prefix OL. Refer to the Course Schedule Section for fees (in addition to tuition) and computer software requirements. After registering for a course, go to Atlantic Cape s website at: for information about login instructions. It is highly recommended that students taking online courses possess excellent organizational and time management skills. Interested students are encouraged to complete the online survey Are Online Courses Right for You? located at: Technical Requirements for Blackboard Learn 9 Mac or Windows computer Web browser validated for use with Blackboard Learn 9 (see list below) Internet Connection Pop-up blocker disabled The latest version of Sun JRE 7 or JRE 6, which can be downloaded for free at You'll need one of the below validated Web browsers for use with Blackboard Learn 9: Windows Windows Vista Internet Explorer 9 Firefox (Final Release Channel) Google Chrome (Stable Channel) Windows 7 Internet Explorer 9, 10 or 11 Firefox (Final Release Channel) Google Chrome (Stable Channel) Windows 8 Internet Explorer 11 Firefox (Final Release Channel) Google Chrome (Stable Channel) Mac OS 10.7 "Lion" Safari 6 Firefox (Final Release Channel) Google Chrome (Stable Channel) 10.8 "Mountain Lion" Safari 6 Firefox (Final Release Channel) Google Chrome (Stable Channel) You can download Firefox (Final Release Channel) for free at: You can download Google Chrome (Stable Channel) for free at: You'll need the ability to: browse the Internet, find, open and save files, download and install software, learn independently and manage time effectively. You'll also need to meet the prerequisites of the course (see online course description for more information about prerequisites). ACCT-130 Financial Accounting ACCT-131 Managerial Accounting ALHT-108 Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-110 Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-160 Essentials/Culinary Nutrition ANTH-103 Cultural Anthropology ARTS-103 Art Appreciation ARTS-109 Art/Renaissance-Modern Era ARTS-116 Graphic Design ARTS-128 Intro to Photographic Methods BIOL-103 Biology of Our World BIOL-104 Bioethics/New Millennium BIOL-118 The Human Body BUSN-101 Intro to Business BUSN-102 Principles of Marketing BUSN-104 Entrepreneurship BUSN-120 Principles of Management BUSN-205 Human Resources Management BUSN-210 Business Law I BUSN-211 Business Law II BUSN-247 Management Info Systems CDCC-103 Roles/Early Childhood Pro. CDCC-104 Infant/Toddler Development CHEM-100 Intro to College Chemistry CISM-125 Intro to Computers CISM-127 Internet/World Wide Web CISM-130 Using PC Operating Systems CISM-135 Computer Program/C++ CISM-154 Computer Programming-Java CISM-160 Systems Analysis & Design CISM-174 Computer Prog-Visual Basic CISM-176 Systems Security Methods CISM-244 Advanced Project Management CISM-247 Management Info Systems COMM-110 Interpersonal Communication COMM-220 Creative Writing I COMM-221 Creative Writing II CRIM-101 Intro to Criminal Justice CRIM-102 Intro to Criminology CRIM-105 Police Operations CRIM-106 Intro to Corrections CRIM-108 Intro to Terrorism CRIM-120 Victimless Crime CRIM-202 Constitutional Law CRIM-203 Criminal Investigation CRIM-206 Juvenile Justice CRIM-214 Organized Crime ECON-110 Macroeconomics ECON-111 Microeconomics EDUC-101 Historical Found American Ed EDUC-213 Educational Psychology ENGL-101 Composition I ENGL-102 ENGL-104 ENGL-201 ENGL-220 ENGL-221 ENGL-230 ESCI-100 GEOG-102 GIST-101 GOVT-110 HIST-101 HIST-102 HIST-103 HIST-104 HOSP-132 HOSP-134 HOSP-205 HOSP-250 HPED-150 HUMT-201 HUMT-202 MATH-073 MATH-074 MATH-121 MATH-122 MATH-150 MATH-220 MUSC-100 OSTM-101 OSTM-110 OSTM-126 OSTM-141 OSTM-210 OSTM-230 PHIL-101 PHIL-102 PHIL-104 PHIL-105 PHIL-110 PSYC-101 PSYC-135 PSYC-204 PSYC-213 PSYC-214 RELG-110 SOCL-101 SOCL-102 SOCL-204 SOCL-206 TCOM-125 THEA-110 TVRF-130 Composition II Intro to Literature World Literature Creative Writing I Creative Writing II Technical Writing Earth Science Intro to Cultural Geography Intro to Geo Info Systems American National Government Western World I Western World II U.S. History I U.S. History II Food Serv Sanitation Restaurant Operations Human Resources Management Catering and Events Planning Concepts of Physical Fitness Introduction to Humanities I Introduction to Humanities II Intro to Algebra I-Prealgebra Introduction to Algebra II Applications of Mathematics College Algebra Precalculus Statistical Methods Music Appreciation Keyboarding Keyboarding Doc Prod I Office Automation Word Processing I Keyboarding/Document Prod II Admin Office Procedures Introduction to Logic Intro to Philosophy Bioethics/New Millennium World Myths and Legends Introduction to Ethics General Psychology Child Psychology Social Psychology Educational Psychology Abnormal Psychology World Religions Principles of Sociology Contemporary Social Problems Social Psychology Juvenile Justice Technical Communication Introduction to Theater Visual Communicaton 7

8 Classes offered at Worthington Atlantic City and Cape May County Campuses Refer to the Course Schedule for information about fees and computer software requirements. WORTHINGTON ATLANTIC CITY CAMPUS ACCT-130 Financial Accounting ALHT-108 Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-110 Comprehensive Med Terminology ARTS-110 Fundamental Drawing BUSN-101 Intro to Business BUSN-120 Principles of Management CHEM-100 Intro to College Chemistry CISM-102 Computer Fundamentals-Windows CISM-125 Intro to Computers CISM-154 Computer Programming-Java COMM-120 Public Speaking DEVA-110 Intro Career Development DEVA-155 Student Success Seminar DEVS-111 College Skills ECON-110 Macroeconomics ENGL-070 Reading/Writing I ENGL-080 Reading/Writing II ENGL-099 Accelerated Learning Prog. Sup ENGL-101 Composition I ENGL-102 Composition II ENGL-104 Intro to Literature ESCI-100 Earth Science ESLN-062 Elementary ESL II ESLN-070 Intermediate ESL I ESLN-071 Fundamentals of Pronunciation ESLN-072 Intermediate ESL II ESLN-075 Fundamental English Grammar ESLN-090 Advanced ESL I ESLN-092 Advanced ESL II ESLN-093 Advanced ESL: Listen/Speak ESLN-094 Advanced ESL: Grammar ESLN-099 Strategies/American Classroom ESLN-100 Academic Reading/Writing GEOG-102 Intro to Cultural Geography HIST-101 Western World I HIST-102 Western World II HIST-104 U.S. History II HPED-150 Concepts of Physical Fitness HSRV-116 Social Agency Skills/Processes MATH-073 Intro to Algebra I-Prealgebra MATH-074 Introduction to Algebra II MATH-122 College Algebra MATH-155 Calculus I MATH-220 Statistical Methods MUSC-100 Music Appreciation OSTM-110 Keyboarding Doc Prod I PHYS-100 Conceptual Physics PSYC-101 General Psychology PSYC-135 Child Psychology RELG-110 World Religions SOCL-101 Principles of Sociology SPAN-112 Elementary Spanish II CAPE MAY COUNTY CAMPUS ACCT-130 Financial Accounting ACCT-131 Managerial Accounting ALHT-108 Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-110 Comprehensive Med Terminology ARTS-110 Fundamental Drawing ARTS-115 Intro to the Visual Arts BIOL-103 Biology of Our World BIOL-120 Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-121 Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-203 Microbiology BUSN-101 Intro to Business BUSN-102 Principles of Marketing BUSN-120 Principles of Management BUSN-211 Business Law II CDCC-130 Early Childhood Practicum CHEM-110 General Chemistry I CISM-125 Intro to Computers COMM-110 Interpersonal Communication COMM-120 Public Speaking DEVA-110 Intro Career Development DEVA-155 Student Success Seminar DEVS-111 College Skills ECON-110 Macroeconomics EDUC-101 Historical Found American Ed EDUC-226 Psychology of Exceptionality ENGL-070 Reading/Writing I ENGL-080 Reading/Writing II ENGL-099 Accelerated Learning Prog. Sup ENGL-101 Composition I ENGL-102 Composition II ENGL-104 Intro to Literature ESCI-100 GEOG-102 GEOG-110 HIST-101 HIST-102 HIST-103 HIST-104 HIST-117 HSRV-115 MATH-073 MATH-074 MATH-121 MATH-122 MATH-150 MATH-155 MATH-220 NURS-112 NURS-206 NURS-208 PHIL-102 PSYC-101 PSYC-135 PSYC-214 PSYC-226 RELG-110 SOCL-101 SPAN-111 THEA-110 THEA-111 THEA-112 Earth Science Intro to Cultural Geography World Geography Western World I Western World II U.S. History I U.S. History II The Holocaust and Genocide Intro/Soc Work/Human Svcs Intro to Algebra I-Prealgebra Introduction to Algebra II Applications of Mathematics College Algebra Precalculus Calculus I Statistical Methods Nursing II Nursing IV Nursing Trends & Issues Intro to Philosophy General Psychology Child Psychology Abnormal Psychology Psychology of Exceptionality World Religions Principles of Sociology Elementary Spanish I Introduction to Theater Acting I Acting II 8 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

9 SECTION CODES Worthington Atlantic City Campus AD01 AD99 Day AE01 AE99 Evening AW01 AW99 Saturday Mays Landing Campus MD01 MD99 Day ME01 ME99 Evening MW01 W99 Saturday Cape May County Campus CD01 CD99 Day CE01 CE99 Evening CW01 CW99 Saturday LOCATION CODES CM OF AC ML Mays Landing Campus Cape May County Campus 341 Court House-South Dennis Rd., Cape May Court House Online Internet class (off campus) Worthington Atlantic City Campus 1535 Bacharach Blvd., Atlantic City Mays Landing Campus 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing Rooms Building Letter and Name A102-A164 A-Simon Lake Hall B102-B116 B1-Silas Morse Hall B121-B138 B2-Charles Boyer Hall B142-B148 B3-Samuel Richards Hall C119-C137 C-Walter Edge Hall D131 D-Richard Somers Hall D114 D-Daniel Leeds Hall Library and Learning Assistance Center E130 E-Jonathan Pitney Gym H110-H119 H-Ruth Lee Allied Health Building J206-J210 J Building second floor K133-K141 K Building KIT Academy of Culinary Arts Kitchens M111-M129 M-Academy of Culinary Arts Building Q Q-Rutgers Building Theater C-Walter Edge Hall Days of the Week Legend M T W R F S SU MT MTRF Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday/Tuesday Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday Online OL01 OL99 Online Please allow sufficient travel time for traveling between campuses. MTWR Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday MW Monday/Wednesday MWF Monday/Wednesday/Friday TBA To be announced TWR Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday TWRF Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday TR Tuesday/Thursday WF Wednesday/Friday WR Wednesday/Thursday For detailed directions to our Mays Landing, Atlantic City and Cape May County campuses visit Atlantic Cape graduates often continue their education at four-year colleges, many of which we have transfer agreements with. Our students have transferred to: Boston University Brigham Young University Columbia University Drew University Drexel University Fairleigh Dickinson University Florida State University Gwynedd-Mercy University Hampton University Howard University Kean University Monmouth University Montclair State University N.J. Institute of Technology New York University North Carolina State University Penn State University Ramapo College of New Jersey Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Rider University Rowan University Rutgers University Seton Hall University St. Joseph s University Temple University The College of New Jersey Thomas Edison State College Thomas Jefferson University Towson University Tufts University University of Colorado University of Delaware University of Florida University of Maryland University of Pennsylvania Villanova University Wesley College Widener University and others! 9

10 COURSE SCHEDULE SPRING 2015 The following course information is current as of the date of printing and is subject to change without notice. If a course section lists a fee, it is in addition to the tuition cost and is for use of the computer or science labs, clinical costs, online lab kits, or for courses requiring fieldwork or an internship. Assigned faculty are subject to change. WINTER TERM Classes meet January 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15 Classes meet for eleven days, no classes on Saturday 1/10. If one of the eleven days is cancelled due to inclement weather, classes will meet Friday, Jan. 16. Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee ALHT-ALLIED HEALTH Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-OJ01 WEB 3 OF Grohman BUSN-BUSINESS Business Ethics BUSN-106-OJ01 LEC 3 OF CISM-COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Intro to Computers CISM-125-AJ01 LLB 3 MTWRF09:00AM-01:00PM 232 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-CJ01 LLB 3 MTWRF09:00AM-01:00PM 205 CM $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MJ01 LLB 3 MTWRF09:00AM-01:00PM B124 ML $62.10 GEOG-GEOGRAPHY Intro to Cultural Geography GEOG-102-OJ01 LEC 3 OF Andrews HIST-HISTORY Western World II HIST-102-MJ01 LEC 3 MTWRF01:00PM-05:00PM A103 ML Gibbons U.S. History II HIST-104-MJ01 LEC 3 MTWRF09:00AM-01:00PM B105 ML Nigro HOSP-HOSPITALITY Food Serv Sanitation HOSP-132-MJ01 LEC 1 MTWRF09:00AM-11:45AM M129 ML Carlson The above section meets 1/5 to 1/9 HPED-HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Concepts of Physical Fitness HPED-150-OJ01 LEC 1 OF Barbieri Bullard MATH-MATHEMATICS Intro to Algebra I-Prealgebra MATH-073-MJ01 LLB 4 MTWRF09:00AM-02:00PM A115 ML Desai $40.10 Introduction to Algebra II MATH-074-AJ01 LLB 4 MTWRF09:00AM-02:00PM 213 AC Osler $40.10 Introduction to Algebra II MATH-074-MJ01 LLB 4 MTWRF09:00AM-02:00PM A114 ML Leacott $40.10 College Algebra MATH-122-MJ01 LEC 4 MTWRF09:00AM-02:00PM A113 ML Soifer Statistical Methods MATH-220-MJ01 LEC 4 MTWRF09:00AM-02:00PM B122 ML Fortune $82.80 PSYC-PSYCHOLOGY General Psychology PSYC-101-MJ01 LEC 3 MTWRF09:00AM-01:00PM B121 ML Marino SOCS-SOCIOLOGY Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-MJ01 LEC 3 MTWRF09:00AM-01:00PM B138 ML Boone Please Note: There may be additional costs for supplies, supplements, and/or access codes in some classes. Students may also be required to dedicate time outside of class meetings for service learning projects and/or group work. Course requirements will be addressed by faculty with students during the first week of classes. ML-Mays Landing Campus CM-Cape May County Campus AC-Worthington Atlantic City Campus OL-Online OF-Off Site M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday...SU-Sunday 10 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

11 SPRING TERM Classes meet January 20 to May 16 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee ACCT-ACCOUNTING Financial Accounting ACCT-130-AD01 LEC 4 MW 09:00AM-10:50AM 274 AC Financial Accounting ACCT-130-CE01 LEC 4 M 06:00PM-09:50PM 214 CM Camma Financial Accounting ACCT-130-MD01 LEC 4 TR 10:00AM-11:50AM M129 ML Camma Financial Accounting ACCT-130-MD02 LEC 4 TR 02:00PM-03:50PM M129 ML Camma Financial Accounting ACCT-130-ME01 LEC 4 M 06:00PM-09:50PM M129 ML Lemons Financial Accounting ACCT-130-OL01 WEB 4 OF Camma Managerial Accounting ACCT-131-CE01 LEC 4 W 06:00PM-09:50PM 202 CM Managerial Accounting ACCT-131-MD01 LEC 4 MW 02:00PM-03:50PM M129 ML Lemons Managerial Accounting ACCT-131-ME01 LEC 4 W 06:00PM-09:50PM M129 ML Lemons Managerial Accounting ACCT-131-OL01 WEB 4 OF Lemons Microcomputer App Spreadsheets ACCT-162-ME01 LLB 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM ML Yoa $62.10 ALHT-ALLIED HEALTH Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-108-AD01 LEC 3 T 09:00AM-11:45AM 208 AC Ranelle Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-108-CD01 LEC 3 M 01:00PM-03:45PM 313 CM Ranelle Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-108-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM J206 ML Ranelle Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-108-OL01 WEB 3 OF Ranelle Fundamentals of Nutrition ALHT-108-OL02 WEB 3 OF Gray Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-AE01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM 213 AC Royal Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-CD01 LEC 3 R 04:00PM-06:45PM 215 CM Krafft Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-MD01 LEC 3 M 09:00AM-11:45AM H119 ML Caplan Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-MD02 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM H119 ML Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-MD03 LEC 3 R 09:00AM-11:45AM H119 ML Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-MD04 LEC 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM H119 ML Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-OL01 WEB 3 OF Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-OL02 WEB 3 OF Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-OL03 WEB 3 OF Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-OL04 WEB 3 OF Grohman Comprehensive Med Terminology ALHT-110-OL05 WEB 3 OF Wunnenberg Essentials/Culinary Nutrition ALHT-160-ME01 LEC 3 W 06:00PM-08:45PM M111 ML Ranelle Essentials/Culinary Nutrition ALHT-160-OL01 WEB 3 OF McFarlane ANTH-ANTHROPOLOGY Cultural Anthropology ANTH-103-MD01 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM J206 ML Andrews Cultural Anthropology ANTH-103-OL01 WEB 3 OF Cultural Anthropology ANTH-103-OL02 WEB 3 OF ARTS-ARTS Color and 2-D Design ARTS-100-MD01 LST 3 F 02:00PM-05:40PM K136 ML Gazsi $62.10 Art Appreciation ARTS-103-MD01 LEC 3 T 11:00AM-12:20PM K136 ML Monteleone WEB The above section meets online and on campus. Art Appreciation ARTS-103-MD02 LEC 3 F 11:00AM-01:45PM K136 ML Gazsi Art Appreciation ARTS-103-ME01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM K136 ML Sear Art Appreciation ARTS-103-OL01 WEB 3 OF Knowles-Harrigan Art Appreciation ARTS-103-OL02 WEB 3 OF Knowles-Harrigan Art Appreciation ARTS-103-OL03 WEB 3 OF Chudzinski Art/Renaissance-Modern Era ARTS-109-MD01 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM A112 ML Lehr Art/Renaissance-Modern Era ARTS-109-OL01 WEB 3 OF Lehr

12 COURSE SCHEDULE SPRING 2015 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee Fundamental Drawing ARTS-110-AD01 LST 3 F 12:00PM-03:40PM 256 AC Heisman $62.10 Fundamental Drawing ARTS-110-CD01 LST 3 M 02:00PM-05:40PM 202 CM Crews-Lynch $62.10 Fundamental Drawing ARTS-110-MD01 LST 3 M 11:00AM-02:40PM K136 ML Lehr $62.10 Fundamental Drawing ARTS-110-ME01 LST 3 R 06:00PM-09:40PM K136 ML Lehr $62.10 Crafts ARTS-111-MD01 LST 3 W 11:00AM-02:40PM K136 ML Michalenko $62.10 Intro to Ceramics ARTS-112-MD01 LST 3 M 09:00AM-12:40PM K141 ML Michalenko $62.10 Intro to Ceramics ARTS-112-MD02 LST 3 M 01:00PM-04:40PM K141 ML Michalenko $62.10 Intro to Ceramics ARTS-112-ME01 LST 3 T 06:00PM-09:40PM K141 ML Michalenko $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-CD01 LLB 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM 202 CM Federici $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-CE01 LLB 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM 202 CM Payne $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-MD01 LLB 3 M 08:00AM-10:45AM K136 ML Lehr $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-MD02 LLB 3 M 03:00PM-05:45PM K136 ML Knowles-Harrigan $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-MD03 LLB 3 T 08:00AM-10:45AM K136 ML Monteleone $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-MD04 LLB 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM K136 ML Monteleone $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-MD05 LLB 3 W 08:00AM-10:45AM K136 ML Knowles-Harrigan $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-MD06 LLB 3 F 08:00AM-10:45AM K136 ML Knowles-Harrigan $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-ME01 LLB 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM K136 ML McCarten $62.10 Intro to the Visual Arts ARTS-115-ME02 LLB 3 T 06:00PM-08:45PM K136 ML McCarten $62.10 Graphic Design ARTS-116-OL01 WEB 3 OF Scafiddi Intro to Photographic Methods ARTS-128-MD01 LLB 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM K133 ML Weeks $62.10 Intro to Photographic Methods ARTS-128-OL01 WEB 3 OF Giardina Art with Computers ARTS-135-MD01 STU 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM K133 ML Ivie $62.10 Art with Computers ARTS-135-ME01 STU 3 R 06:00PM-08:45PM K133 ML Ivie $62.10 Advanced Art with Computers ARTS-208-ME01 LLB 3 M 06:00PM-08:45PM K133 ML Ivie $62.10 Intermediate Ceramics ARTS-209-MD01 LST 3 T 08:45AM-12:25PM K141 ML Michalenko $62.10 Advanced Drawing ARTS-218-MD01 LST 3 R 02:00PM-05:40PM K136 ML Lehr $62.10 Advanced Ceramics ARTS-221-MD01 LST 3 T 08:45AM-12:25PM K141 ML Michalenko $62.10 ATCT-AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL Aviation Weather ATCT-120-MD01 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM A120 ML $ ATC Regulations ATCT-170-MD01 LEC 4 MW 09:00AM-10:50AM A120 ML $ Control Tower Operations II ATCT-280-MD01 LEC 6 MW 01:00PM-03:45PM D130 ML $ AVIT-AVIATION Experiential Flight AVIT-101-OD01 LLB 1 OF $ The above section has a course fee of $2, Simulated Flight AVIT-103-OD01 LLB 1 OF $ Private Pilot Ground School AVIT-110-MD01 LLB 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM A120 ML $ Special Topics Aviat. Studies AVIT-125-ME01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM A115 ML Intro/Unmanned Aircraft Syst. AVIT-135-ME01 LLB 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM B121 ML Private Pilot Helicopter AVIT-145-OD01 LLB 4 OF $ The above section has a course fee of $27, Remote Sensing Using UAS AVIT-185-ME01 LLB 4 T 06:00PM-09:50PM C125 ML $ Please Note: There may be additional costs for supplies, supplements, and/or access codes in some classes. Students may also be required to dedicate time outside of class meetings for service learning projects and/or group work. Course requirements will be addressed by faculty with students during the first week of classes. ML-Mays Landing Campus CM-Cape May County Campus AC-Worthington Atlantic City Campus OL-Online OF-Off Site M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday...SU-Sunday 12 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

13 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee Private Pilot AVIT-210-OD01 LEC 2 TBA OF $ The above section has a course fee of $13, Instrument Pilot AVIT-240-OD01 LLB 4 TBA OF $ The above section has a course fee of $14, Instrument Pilot Helicopter AVIT-255-OD01 LLB 4 OF $ The above section has a course fee $25, Fundamentals/Flight Instruct. AVIT-276-OD01 LEC 3 OF $ Airplane Flight Instructor AVIT-278-OD01 LLB 1 OF $ The above section has a course fee of $7, Commercial Pilot AVIT-280-OD01 LLB 5 OF $ The above section has a course fee of $21, BIOL-BIOLOGY Biology of Our World BIOL-103-CD01 LEC 4 R 09:30AM-12:15PM 305 CM Schroer $ LAB R 02:00PM-04:45PM Biology of Our World BIOL-103-MD01 LEC 4 M 09:30AM-12:15PM A163 ML Xu $ LAB W 09:30AM-12:15PM S112 Biology of Our World BIOL-103-ME01 LEC 4 M 07:00PM-09:45PM A110 ML $ LAB W 07:00PM-09:45PM S112 Biology of Our World BIOL-103-OL01 WEB 4 OF Sargente Bioethics/New Millennium BIOL-104-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM A146 ML Benner Bioethics/New Millennium BIOL-104-OL01 WEB 3 OF Benner Bioethics/New Millennium BIOL-104-OL02 WEB 3 OF Benner General Biology I BIOL-109-MD01 LEC 4 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM A146 ML Huey $ LAB M 02:00PM-04:45PM S112 Huey General Biology I BIOL-109-MD02 LEC 4 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM A146 ML Huey $ LAB W 02:00PM-04:45PM S112 Huey General Biology II BIOL-110-MD01 LEC 4 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM A110 ML Huey $ LAB R 02:00PM-04:45PM S112 Huey General Biology II BIOL-110-ME01 LEC 4 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM B138 ML $ LAB M 07:00PM-09:45PM S112 The Human Body BIOL-118-MW01 LEC 4 S 09:00AM-11:45AM A112 ML LAB S 12:30PM-03:15PM A163 The Human Body BIOL-118-OL01 WEB 4 OF Dieterly The Human Body BIOL-118-OL02 WEB 4 OF Archetto Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-CE01 LEC 4 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM 212 CM $ LAB W 02:00PM-04:45PM 305 Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-CE02 LEC 4 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM 212 CM $ LAB W 07:00PM-09:45PM 305 Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD01 LEC 4 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM A110 ML Xu $ LAB M 02:00PM-04:45PM A155 Xu Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD02 LEC 4 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM A110 ML Xu $ LAB R 02:00PM-04:45PM A163 Xu Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD03 LEC 4 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM A110 ML Master $ LAB M 09:00AM-11:45AM A155 Master Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD04 LEC 4 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM A110 ML Master $ LAB W 09:00AM-11:45AM A155 Master Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD05 LEC 4 MW 02:00PM-04:45PM A110 ML Master $ LAB T 02:00PM-04:45PM A155 Xu Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD06 LEC 4 MW 02:00PM-04:45PM A110 ML Master $ LAB R 02:00PM-04:45PM A155 Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MD07 LEC 4 F 09:00AM-11:45AM A110 ML $ LAB F 12:30PM-03:15PM A155 Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-ME01 LEC 4 W 07:00PM-09:45PM A110 ML $ LAB M 07:00PM-09:45PM A

14 COURSE SCHEDULE SPRING 2015 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MW01 LEC 4 S 12:30PM-03:45PM A110 ML $ LAB S 09:00AM-11:45AM A155 Human Anatomy Physiology I BIOL-120-MW02 LEC 4 S 12:30PM-03:15PM A110 ML $ LAB R 07:00PM-09:45PM A155 Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-121-CE01 LEC 4 TR 05:30PM-06:45PM 212 CM $ LAB T 07:00PM-09:45PM 305 Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-121-MD01 LEC 4 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM A110 ML Master $ LAB T 09:30AM-12:15PM A155 Master Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-121-MD02 LEC 4 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM A110 ML Master $ LAB R 09:30AM-12:15PM A155 Master Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-121-ME01 LEC 4 R 07:00PM-09:45PM A110 ML Xu $ LAB W 02:00PM-04:45PM A155 Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-121-ME02 LEC 4 R 07:00PM-09:45PM A110 ML $ LAB W 07:00PM-09:45PM A155 Human Anatomy Physiology II BIOL-121-MW01 LEC 4 S 09:00AM-11:45AM A110 ML $ LAB S 12:30PM-03:45PM A155 Microbiology BIOL-203-CD01 WEB 4 TBA CM Heard $ LAB M 07:00PM-09:45PM 305 The above section meets online for lecture and on campus for lab. Microbiology BIOL-203-MD01 LEC 4 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM A110 ML Heard $ LAB T 09:30AM-12:15PM S107 Heard Microbiology BIOL-203-MD02 LEC 4 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM A110 ML Heard $ LAB W 02:00PM-04:45PM S107 Heard Microbiology BIOL-203-MD04 WEB 4 TBA ML Heard $ LAB W 07:00PM-09:45PM S207 The above section meets online for lecture and on campus for lab. BUSN-BUSINESS Intro to Business BUSN-101-AD01 LEC 3 R 09:00AM-11:45AM 287 AC Intro to Business BUSN-101-CE01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM 314 CM Intro to Business BUSN-101-MD01 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM A102 ML Intro to Business BUSN-101-MD02 LEC 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM B103 ML Intro to Business BUSN-101-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM A146 ML Intro to Business BUSN-101-OL01 WEB 3 OF Camma Intro to Business BUSN-101-OL02 WEB 3 OF Camma Principles of Marketing BUSN-102-CD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM 312 CM Giulian Principles of Marketing BUSN-102-MD01 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM A104 ML Giulian Principles of Marketing BUSN-102-MD02 LEC 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM B102 ML Principles of Marketing BUSN-102-ME01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM A115 ML Principles of Marketing BUSN-102-OL01 WEB 3 OF Katz Small Business Management BUSN-104-ME01 WEB 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM OF Giulian Principles of Management BUSN-120-CD01 LEC 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM 119 CM Principles of Management BUSN-120-MD01 LEC 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM B104 ML Giulian Please Note: There may be additional costs for supplies, supplements, and/or access codes in some classes. Students may also be required to dedicate time outside of class meetings for service learning projects and/or group work. Course requirements will be addressed by faculty with students during the first week of classes. ML-Mays Landing Campus CM-Cape May County Campus AC-Worthington Atlantic City Campus OL-Online OF-Off Site M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday...SU-Sunday 14 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

15 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee Principles of Management BUSN-120-MD02 LEC 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM B102 ML Giulian Principles of Management BUSN-120-MD03 LEC 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM B102 ML Giulian Principles of Management BUSN-120-MD04 LEC 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM A102 ML Principles of Management BUSN-120-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM B102 ML Principles of Management BUSN-120-OL01 WEB 3 OF Giulian Principles of Management BUSN-120-OL02 WEB 3 OF Giulian Human Resources Management BUSN-205-OL01 WEB 3 OF Vassallo Business Law I BUSN-210-MD01 LEC 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM A146 ML English-Martin Business Law I BUSN-210-MD02 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM B102 ML Keiner Business Law I BUSN-210-ME01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM A104 ML English-Martin Business Law I BUSN-210-OL01 WEB 3 OF Keiner Business Law I BUSN-210-OL02 WEB 3 OF Keiner Business Law II BUSN-211-CE01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM 119 CM Business Law II BUSN-211-MD01 LEC 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM A146 ML English-Martin Business Law II BUSN-211-OL01 WEB 3 OF English-Martin Management Info Systems BUSN-247-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM A120 ML Zilovic Management Info Systems BUSN-247-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM H116 ML Zilovic Management Info Systems BUSN-247-OL01 WEB 3 OF Hernandez Management Info Systems BUSN-247-OL02 WEB 3 OF Hernandez CDCC-CHILD DEVELOPMENT/CHILD CARE Roles/Early Childhood Pro. CDCC-103-ME01 LEC 2 W 07:00PM-08:50PM B104 ML Roles/Early Childhood Pro. CDCC-103-OL01 WEB 2 OF Stein Infant/Toddler Development CDCC-104-OL01 WEB 4 OF Stein Planning Pre-School Curric CDCC-115-ME01 LLB 3 W 05:00PM-06:50PM B104 ML $62.10 Early Childhood Practicum CDCC-130-CE01 LLB 3 T 05:00PM-06:50PM 324 CM $62.10 Early Childhood Practicum CDCC-130-ME01 LLB 3 T 05:00PM-06:50PM A147 ML Stein $62.10 CHEM-CHEMISTRY Intro to College Chemistry CHEM-100-AD01 LEC 4 W 01:00PM-03:45PM 110 AC Barlatt $ WEB Barlatt This section meets online for lab. Online section requires the purchase of supplemental materials. Intro to College Chemistry CHEM-100-ME01 LEC 4 TR 05:30PM-06:45PM A110 ML Barlatt $ LAB T 07:00PM-09:45PM S213 Intro to College Chemistry CHEM-100-ME02 LEC 4 TR 05:30PM-06:45PM A110 ML Barlatt $ LAB R 07:00PM-09:45PM S213 Intro to College Chemistry CHEM-100-OL01 WEB 4 OF Barlatt Online section requires the purchase of supplemental materials. Intro to Forensics CHEM-102-CD01 LEC 4 F 09:30AM-12:15PM 312 CM Brubaker $ LAB F 01:00PM-03:45PM 302 Intro to Forensics CHEM-102-MD01 LEC 4 F 09:00AM-11:45AM A113 ML $ LAB F 12:00PM-02:45PM A163 Intro to Forensics CHEM-102-ME02 LEC 4 T 06:00PM-08:45PM A164 ML $ LAB R 06:00PM-08:45PM A154 General Chemistry I CHEM-110-CE01 LEC 4 T 06:00PM-08:45PM 313 CM $ LAB R 06:00PM-08:45PM 302 General Chemistry I CHEM-110-MD01 LEC 4 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM A151 ML Lemons $ LAB R 02:00PM-04:45PM S213 General Chemistry I CHEM-110-MD02 LEC 4 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM M129 ML Lemons $ LAB M 09:00AM-11:45AM S213 General Chemistry I CHEM-110-ME01 LEC 4 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM A154 ML Lee $ LAB M 07:00PM-09:45PM S213 General Chemistry II CHEM-111-MD01 LEC 4 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM A146 ML Stratton $ LAB M 09:00AM-11:45AM S209 Stratton 15

16 COURSE SCHEDULE SPRING 2015 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee General Chemistry II CHEM-111-MD02 LEC 4 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM A146 ML Stratton $ LAB W 09:00AM-11:45AM S209 Stratton General Chemistry II CHEM-111-ME01 LEC 4 TR 05:30PM-06:45PM H119 ML $ LAB T 07:00PM-09:45PM S209 Organic Chemistry I CHEM-210-MD01 LEC 4 MW 09:30AM-10:45AM A164 ML Lemons $ LAB M 02:00PM-04:45PM S209 Lemons Organic Chemistry II CHEM-211-ME01 LEC 4 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM A110 ML Lemons $ LAB W 02:00PM-04:45PM S209 Lemons CISM-COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS All CISM courses utilize Microsoft 2013 for Windows. Students with prior computer knowledge and experience can opt to test out CISM125. Contact the testing office at 609/343/5099 for information. Computer Fund.-Windows CISM-102-AD01 LLB 1 F 08:00AM-09:50AM 132 AC The above section meets 1/20 to 3/13 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AD01 LLB 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM 105 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AD02 LLB 3 R 02:30PM-05:15PM 105 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AD03 LLB 3 F 08:00AM-10:45AM 105 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AD04 LLB 3 R 08:30AM-09:15AM 132 AC $62.10 R 09:30AM-11:15AM 132 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AE01 LLB 3 W 05:30PM-08:15PM 132 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AE02 LLB 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM 105 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-AW01 LLB 3 S 08:30AM-11:15AM 105 AC $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-CD01 LLB 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM 205 CM $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-CD02 LLB 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM 205 CM $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-CD03 LLB 3 W 09:30AM-12:15PM 205 CM $62.10 Intro to Computers/MAC CISM-125-CD04 LLB 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM 203 CM Kalman $62.10 Students enrolled in this section must have access to an Apple computer with Microsoft Office 2011, Bento 3 and textbook. Intro to Computers CISM-125-CD05 LLB 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM 205 CM Kalman $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-CE01 LLB 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM 205 CM $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD01 LLB 3 MW 08:00AM-09:15AM B126 ML Taggart $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD02 LLB 3 MW 09:30AM-10:45AM B124 ML Taggart $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD04 LLB 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM B124 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD05 LLB 3 MW 09:30AM-10:45AM B126 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD06 LLB 3 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM B132 ML Taggart $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD07 LLB 3 M 11:00AM-01:45PM B126 ML Dougherty $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD08 LLB 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM B124 ML Dougherty $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD09 LLB 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM B132 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD10 LLB 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM B124 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD11 LLB 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM B126 ML Dougherty $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD12 LLB 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM B124 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD13 LLB 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM B136 ML Zilovic $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD14 LLB 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM B126 ML Marzelli $62.10 Intro to Computers/MAC CISM-125-MD15 LLB 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM B129 ML Zilovic $62.10 Please Note: There may be additional costs for supplies, supplements, and/or access codes in some classes. Students may also be required to dedicate time outside of class meetings for service learning projects and/or group work. Course requirements will be addressed by faculty with students during the first week of classes. ML-Mays Landing Campus CM-Cape May County Campus AC-Worthington Atlantic City Campus OL-Online OF-Off Site M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday...SU-Sunday 16 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

17 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee Students enrolled in this section must have access to an Apple computer with Microsoft Office 2011, Bento 3 and textbook. Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD16 LLB 3 F 11:00AM-01:45PM B124 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD17 LLB 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM B136 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD18 LLB 3 F 08:00AM-10:45AM B124 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD19 LLB 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM B124 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-MD20 LLB 3 MW 02:00PM-03:50PM K133 ML $62.10 The above section meets 2/16 to 5/16 Intro to Computers CISM-125-ME01 LLB 3 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM B126 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers CISM-125-ME02 LLB 3 TR 05:30PM-06:45PM B136 ML $62.10 Intro to Computers/MAC CISM-125-ME04 LLB 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM B129 ML $62.10 Students enrolled in this section must have access to an Apple computer with Microsoft Office 2011, Bento 3 and textbook. Intro to Computers CISM-125-OL01 WEB 3 OF Taggart Intro to Computers CISM-125-OL02 WEB 3 OF Dougherty Intro to Computers CISM-125-OL03 WEB 3 OF Marzelli Intro to Computers CISM-125-OL04 WEB 3 OF Yoa Intro to Computers CISM-125-OL05 WEB 3 OF Zilovic Intro to Computers/MAC CISM-125-OL06 WEB 3 OF Kalman Students enrolled in this section must have access to an Apple computer with Microsoft Office 2011, Bento 3 and textbook. Internet/World Wide Web CISM-127-OL01 WEB 3 OF Marzelli Using PC Operating Systems CISM-130-OL01 WEB 4 OF Kalman Computer Program/C++ CISM-135-ME01 LLB 4 M 06:00PM-09:50PM B124 ML Marzelli $82.80 The above section utilizes Microsoft Visual C++ Computer Program/C++ CISM-135-OL01 WEB 4 OF Marzelli The above section utilizes Microsoft Visual C++ Computer Hardware CISM-149-ME01 LLB 4 T 06:00PM-09:50PM A120 ML Kalman $82.80 Computer Programming-Java CISM-154-AE01 LLB 4 T 06:00PM-09:50PM 105 AC $82.80 The above section utilizes Microsystems Java 2 SDK. Computer Programming-Java CISM-154-ME01 LLB 4 R 06:00PM-09:50PM B124 ML Dicker $82.80 The above section utilizes Microsystems Java 2 SDK. Computer Programming-Java CISM-154-OL01 WEB 4 OF Dicker The above section utilizes Microsystems Java 2 SDK. Intermediate Programming-C++ CISM-159-MD01 LLB 4 W 02:00PM-05:50PM B124 ML Yoa $82.80 Systems Analysis & Design CISM-160-MD01 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM B136 ML Yoa Systems Analysis & Design CISM-160-OL01 WEB 3 OF Yoa Micro Apps Using Spreadsheets CISM-162-ME01 LLB 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM B126 ML Yoa $62.10 Web Page Design CISM-163-MD01 LLB 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM K133 ML Taggart $62.10 Micro Apps/Relational Database CISM-164-MD01 LLB 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM B126 ML $62.10 Programming in Oracle SQL CISM-167-MD01 LLB 3 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM B124 ML Yoa $62.10 Computer Prog-Visual Basic CISM-174-OL01 WEB 4 OF Dougherty Systems Security Methods CISM-176-OL01 LLB 4 OF Dougherty Windows Server CISM-179-MD01 LLB 4 F 09:00AM-12:50PM ML Kuprianov $82.80 Issues in Computer Security CISM-222-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM H116 ML Advanced Project Management CISM-244-OL01 WEB 3 OF Management Info Systems CISM-247-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM A120 ML Zilovic Management Info Systems CISM-247-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM H116 ML Zilovic Management Info Systems CISM-247-OL01 WEB 3 OF Hernandez Management Info Systems CISM-247-OL02 WEB 3 OF Hernandez Advanced Computer Prog-Java CISM-254-MD01 LLB 4 W 02:00PM-05:50PM B129 ML Marzelli $82.80 iphone Programming CISM-270-ME01 LLB 4 T 06:00PM-09:50PM B129 ML $82.80 Capstone Portfolio CISM-280-MD01 LLB 1 ML $20.70 Instructional Tech/Teachers CISM-290-ME01 LLB 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM B124 ML Taggart $

18 COURSE SCHEDULE SPRING 2015 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee COMM-COMMUNICATION Intro to Mass Media COMM-103-MD01 LEC 3 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM B104 ML Forrest Intro to Public Relations COMM-104-MD01 LEC 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM J206 ML Jones-Carmack Television History COMM-105-MD01 LEC 3 MW 02:00PM-03:15PM B138 ML Forrest Popular Music & Radio History COMM-107-MD01 LEC 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM A112 ML Forrest Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-CD01 LEC 3 W 09:30AM-12:15PM 314 CM Jones-Carmack Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-CD02 LEC 3 M 04:00PM-06:45PM 313 CM Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-MD01 LEC 3 MW 08:00AM-09:15AM B138 ML Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-MD02 LEC 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM B138 ML Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-MD03 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM A104 ML Jones-Carmack Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-ME01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM B138 ML Russell Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-OL01 WEB 3 OF Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-OL02 WEB 3 OF Interpersonal Communication COMM-110-OL03 WEB 3 OF Public Speaking COMM-120-AE01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM 213 AC Public Speaking COMM-120-CD01 LEC 3 T 04:00PM-06:45PM 314 CM Public Speaking COMM-120-MD01 LEC 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM B137 ML Public Speaking COMM-120-MD02 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM B138 ML Forrest Public Speaking COMM-120-MD03 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM B138 ML Jones-Carmack Public Speaking COMM-120-MD04 LEC 3 F 11:00AM-01:45PM B138 ML Public Speaking COMM-120-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM B138 ML Public Speaking COMM-120-ME02 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM B138 ML Public Speaking COMM-120-ME04 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM B138 ML Organizational Communication COMM-204-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM A104 ML Jones-Carmack Journalism II COMM-211-ME01 LEC 3 TR 05:00PM-06:45PM B138 ML Forrest Creative Writing I COMM-220-MD01 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM J210 ML Mattern Creative Writing I COMM-220-OL01 WEB 3 OF Crawford Creative Writing II COMM-221-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM B147 ML Russell Creative Writing II COMM-221-OL01 WEB 3 OF Russell Communication Internship COMM-295-OD01 WEB 3 OF Forrest $62.10 CRIM-CRIMINAL JUSTICE Intro to Criminal Justice CRIM-101-MD01 LEC 3 W 11:00AM-01:45PM A120 ML Intro to Criminal Justice CRIM-101-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM A104 ML Intro to Criminal Justice CRIM-101-ME02 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM B105 ML Intro to Criminal Justice CRIM-101-OL01 WEB 3 OF Intro to Criminology CRIM-102-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM H119 ML Intro to Criminology CRIM-102-OL01 WEB 3 OF Police Operations CRIM-105-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM A117 ML Police Operations CRIM-105-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM A112 ML Police Operations CRIM-105-OL01 WEB 3 OF Intro to Corrections CRIM-106-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM A114 ML Intro to Corrections CRIM-106-OL01 WEB 3 OF Please Note: There may be additional costs for supplies, supplements, and/or access codes in some classes. Students may also be required to dedicate time outside of class meetings for service learning projects and/or group work. Course requirements will be addressed by faculty with students during the first week of classes. ML-Mays Landing Campus CM-Cape May County Campus AC-Worthington Atlantic City Campus OL-Online OF-Off Site M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday...SU-Sunday 18 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

19 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee Intro to Cyber Crime CRIM-107-MD01 LEC 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM J206 ML Intro to Terrorism CRIM-108-ME01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM B102 ML Intro to Terrorism CRIM-108-OL01 WEB 3 OF Harkins Ethics in Criminal Justice CRIM-109-MD01 LEC 3 F 08:00AM-10:45AM A121 ML Ethics in Criminal Justice CRIM-109-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM B103 ML Victimless Crime CRIM-120-MD01 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM J206 ML Francis Victimless Crime CRIM-120-OL01 WEB 3 OF Francis The Criminal Court System CRIM-130-MD01 LEC 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM A117 ML Wyks Concepts in Homeland Security CRIM-170-MD01 LLB 3 F 11:00AM-01:45PM A164 ML $62.10 Criminal Law CRIM-201-MD01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM B103 ML Criminal Law CRIM-201-ME01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM B102 ML Wyks Constitutional Law CRIM-202-MD01 LEC 3 F 08:00AM-10:45AM A146 ML Constitutional Law CRIM-202-ME01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM A112 ML Switzer Constitutional Law CRIM-202-OL01 WEB 3 OF Criminal Investigation CRIM-203-ME01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM H119 ML Criminal Investigation CRIM-203-OL01 WEB 3 OF Juvenile Justice CRIM-206-MD01 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM B104 ML Juvenile Justice CRIM-206-OL01 WEB 3 OF Organized Crime CRIM-214-ME01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM B105 ML Organized Crime CRIM-214-OL01 WEB 3 OF Crim. Justice Report Proced. CRIM-216-MD01 LEC 3 F 11:00AM-01:45PM A146 ML Internship in Criminal Justice CRIM-250-OD01 INT 4 W 05:00PM-06:50PM TBA ML $82.80 DANC-DANCE Introduction to Dance DANC-170-MD01 LEC 3 M 11:00AM-12:15PM C137 ML Gross M 12:30PM-01:45PM C119 Introduction to Dance DANC-170-MD02 LEC 3 R 02:00PM-03:15PM C137 ML Gross R 03:30PM-04:45PM C119 Introduction to Dance DANC-170-MD03 LEC 3 F 11:00AM-12:15PM C137 ML Gross F 12:30PM-01:45PM C119 Introduction to Dance DANC-170-MD04 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-03:15PM C137 ML Gross T 03:30PM-04:45PM C119 Introduction to Dance DANC-170-ME01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-08:15PM C137 ML Gross T 08:30PM-09:45PM C119 Modern Dance I DANC-171-MD01 LST 2 T 09:30AM-12:20PM C119 ML Modern Dance II DANC-172-MD01 LST 2 T 09:30AM-12:20PM C119 ML Jazz Dance I DANC-173-MD01 LST 2 M 02:00PM-04:50PM C119 ML Gross Jazz Dance II DANC-174-MD01 LST 2 M 02:00PM-04:50PM C119 ML DEVA-DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES The following sections meet 1/20 to 3/13 Student Success Seminar DEVA-155-AD01 LEC 2 MW 10:00AM-11:50AM 278 AC $40.10 Student Success Seminar DEVA-155-CD01 LEC 2 TR 10:00AM-11:50AM 202 CM $40.10 Student Success Seminar DEVA-155-MD01 LEC 2 TR 02:00PM-03:50PM D131 ML $40.10 The following sections meet 3/23 to 5/16 Intro Career Development DEVA-110-AD01 LEC 2 MW 10:00AM-11:50AM 278 AC $40.10 Intro Career Development DEVA-110-CD01 LEC 2 TR 10:00AM-11:50AM 202 CM $40.10 Intro Career Development DEVA-110-MD01 LEC 2 TR 02:00PM-03:50PM D131 ML $40.10 DEVS-COLLEGE SKILLS/PSYCHOLOGY The following courses are taken as co requisites, they must be taken together. All courses require one hour per week. College Skills DEVS-111-ADP02 LLB 3 W 02:00PM-04:45PM 216A AC $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-ADP02 LEC 3 M 09:30AM-12:15PM 297 AC College Skills DEVS-111-ADP03 LLB 3 F 09:30AM-12:15PM 278 AC $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-ADP03 LEC 3 F 01:00PM-03:45PM 297 AC

20 COURSE SCHEDULE SPRING 2015 Title Section Credits Days Time Room Location Instructor Reg. # Fee College Skills DEVS-111-AEP01 LLB 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM 275 AC $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-AEP01 LEC 3 M 07:00PM-09:45PM 297 AC College Skills DEVS-111-CDP02 LLB 3 W 09:30AM-12:15PM 214 CM $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-CDP02 LEC 3 M 09:30AM-12:15PM 216 CM College Skills DEVS-111-CDP03 LLB 3 MW 02:00PM-03:15PM 215 CM $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-CDP03 LEC 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM 118 CM College Skills DEVS-111-MDP02 LLB 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM B138 ML $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-MDP02 LEC 3 MW 09:30AM-10:45AM B121 ML Marino College Skills DEVS-111-MDP06 LLB 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM A164 ML McElroy $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-MDP06 LEC 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM B121 ML Marino College Skills DEVS-111-MDP07 LLB 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM B138 ML McElroy $40.10 General Psychology PSYC-101-MDP07 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM B121 ML Marino DEVS-COLLEGE SKILLS/SOCIOLOGY College Skills DEVS-111-ADS01 LLB 3 R 02:00PM-04:45PM 216A AC $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-ADS01 LEC 3 T 02:00PM-04:45PM 274 AC College Skills DEVS-111-CDS01 LLB 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM 312 CM $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-CDS01 LEC 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM 215 CM College Skills DEVS-111-CES01 LLB 3 TR 05:30PM-06:45PM 118 CM $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-CES01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM 215 CM College Skills DEVS-111-MDS01 LLB 3 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM B146 ML $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-MDS01 LEC 3 MW 09:30AM-10:45AM B105 ML College Skills DEVS-111-MDS06 LLB 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM A164 ML $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-MDS06 LEC 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM B105 ML Andrews College Skills DEVS-111-MDS11 LLB 3 F 08:00AM-10:45AM B105 ML $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-MDS11 LEC 3 F 11:00AM-01:45PM B105 ML College Skills DEVS-111-MES03 LLB 3 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM B147 ML $40.10 Principles of Sociology SOCL-101-MES03 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM B105 ML ECON-ECONOMICS Macroeconomics ECON-110-AD01 LEC 3 R 09:00AM-11:45AM 208 AC Macroeconomics ECON-110-CE01 LEC 3 R 07:00PM-09:45PM 313 CM Macroeconomics ECON-110-MD01 LEC 3 MW 09:30AM-10:45AM B103 ML Manns Macroeconomics ECON-110-MD02 LEC 3 M 02:00PM-04:45PM B103 ML Macroeconomics ECON-110-ME01 LEC 3 W 07:00PM-09:45PM B102 ML Macroeconomics ECON-110-OL01 WEB 3 OF Manns Macroeconomics ECON-110-OL02 WEB 3 OF Manns Microeconomics ECON-111-MD01 LEC 3 MW 11:00AM-12:15PM B103 ML Manns Microeconomics ECON-111-ME01 LEC 3 T 07:00PM-09:45PM B103 ML Microeconomics ECON-111-OL01 WEB 3 OF Manns Please Note: There may be additional costs for supplies, supplements, and/or access codes in some classes. Students may also be required to dedicate time outside of class meetings for service learning projects and/or group work. Course requirements will be addressed by faculty with students during the first week of classes. ML-Mays Landing Campus CM-Cape May County Campus AC-Worthington Atlantic City Campus OL-Online OF-Off Site M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday...SU-Sunday 20 ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2015

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