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1 NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE SUMMER SESSIONS 2015 Stay Close...Go Far Register Today! For more information, visit us at ncc.edu/summer Session I May 26 - June 25 Session II June 29 - July 30 Session III August 3 - August 19 Distance Education (online) May 26 - July 30 Weekend College May 30 - August 9 Registration Begins April 13, 2015 For continuing NCC students April 20, 2015 For all visiting, non-degree, returning students

2 SUMMER SESSIONS AT NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE APPLY TODAY! Affordable Tuition Flexible Schedules Convenient Location WHY TAKE SUMMER CLASSES AT NCC? Classes offered during the day, evening, weekend and online Earn credits to graduate earlier Enroll in high demand courses Take online courses for greater convenience WHAT TYPE OF STUDENT ARE YOU? Visiting Students: (currently attending another University/College): Complete the Visiting Student Application along with the Home School Approval Form signed by your school and return both forms to the Office of the Registrar, along with the application fee. The application is available online or from the Office of the Registrar. To download an admissions application visit ncc.edu/apply Non-Degree Student: If you are not enrolled at another college or university and wish to take courses for personal enrichment, professional growth or transfer to another college without earning a degree or certificate at NCC, you may apply as a non-degree student through the Office of the Registrar. Please use the Non- Degree Application with proof of either high school graduation and/or completion of a college degree. The application is available online or from the Office of the Registrar. To download an admissions application visit ncc.edu/apply High School Students: Still in high school, need a course(s) in order to graduate, or want to take a class in the summer through our High School Enrichment option? Applicants for High School Enrichment must complete the College s Application for Summer Admission, High School Student. After completing the application, you must submit it to your high school guidance counselor who has to approve and sign the bottom part of the form. A high school transcript must be attached. Include SAT/ACT scores, if available. To download an admissions application visit ncc.edu/apply Returning Students: Are those who have attended Nassau Community College in a prior year. If you attended another school since you were last enrolled in NCC, you must complete an Application for Degree Seeking Readmit and submit it to the Office of Admissions. If you did not attend another institution, prior to leaving Nassau, you must complete an Application for Degree Seeking Readmit and submit it to the Office of the Registrar. If you are returning to Nassau to take classes for personal enrichment, complete the Application for Non-Degree Seeking Readmit and submit it to the Office of the Registrar. To download an admissions application visit ncc.edu/apply Students Currently Enrolled at NCC or Returning Students: Log in to your MyNCC Portal to register. See your Academic Advisor or log in to MyNCC Portal and run a Degree Evaluation online to make sure you are on track. To download an admissions application visit ncc.edu/apply HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CLASSES? Continuing Nassau Community College students may enroll in Summer Session classes beginning April 13th, 2015 online through MyNCC Portal. Visiting, and non-degree students who have submitted their application and required documents/forms may enroll beginning April 20th, 2015 online through MyNCC Portal or in person through the office of the registrar. Your documents can be faxed to No later than May 15th for Summer I or June 18th for Summer II or July 23rd for Summer III. Once your application has been processed, you will receive via confirmation of your acceptance, as well as instructions for registering online through MyNCC. Transcripts of summer grades will be available approximately 7-10 days after the conclusion of the summer semester. You can order official transcripts through the MyNCC portal. OFFICE LOCATIONS: Admissions Office: Administrative Tower Building 2nd floor Bursar s Office: C- Cluster 1st Floor Registrar s Office: C- Cluster 1st Floor Service Hours can be found at: FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT THE REGISTRAR AT The Information presented in this Summer 2015 Schedule of Classes Bulletin is subject to change. Please consult ncc.edu/summer for the most up to date information. 1

3 Payments may be made by mail, in person or online at ncc.edu/myncc. Payment by mail may be made by check, money order, or credit card (Visa, Master Card, Discover and AMEX accepted). Payment by cash must be made in person only. Our online payment system accepts payment by credit card (Visa, Master Card, Discover and AMEX accepted) and personal check. A convenience fee of $18 will apply to all online credit card payments. Please follow the links on the College website at ncc.edu/myncc. Payments must be made by the due date or your enrollment will be cancelled. Re-registration may incur additional late fees. SUMMER TUITION AND FEES TUITION PER CREDIT New York State Resident: Nassau County Resident $ Residency Requirements: One year s legal residence in New York State and six months in County of Nassau. New York State Resident (Out of Nassau County) With Certificate of Residence Without Certificate of Residence Out of New York State Resident Noncredit Course (charged on basis of credit hour equivalent) FEES: Admissions Application Processing Re-Admit Processing Late Period Change of Program/Late Registration, (non-refundable) period begins (May 21, first summer session; June 24 second summer session; July 29, third summer session) Late Period Tuition Payment, (non-refundable) period begins May 26, first summer session; June 29, second summer session; August 3, third summer session Extracurricular Fee all students (per credit) 9.00 Technology Fee Replacement ID Card Returned Check Processing Online Credit Card Payment Convenience Fee Vehicle Registration Fee, summer semester Questions regarding tuition and fees or Certificate of Residence should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Affairs Please see full tuition and fees schedule on page 36 for additional information. STUDENT TUITION LIABILITY/REFUND POLICY Tuition is refundable when a course is cancelled by the College. All course registration changes, adding/dropping, or withdrawals from any course(s) may be processed in person by the Registrar s Office during business hours or online at My/NCC. Students who withdraw from a course prior to the beginning of a particular summer session will have 0% tuition liability (100% refund). Courses which are dropped during the first week of classes of any given summer session will incur a 75% tuition liability (25% refund). No refunds will be issued for courses dropped after the first week of applicable summer session. The College reserves the right to change tuition and fee rates without prior notification. SUMMER SESSION I LAST DAY FOR 0% TUITION LIABILITY: MAY 25; LAST DAY FOR 75% TUITION LIABILITY: JUNE 1. SUMMER SESSION II LAST DAY FOR 0% TUITION LIABILITY: JUNE 28; LAST DAY FOR 75% TUITION LIABILITY: JULY 5. SUMMER SESSION III LAST DAY FOR 0% TUITION LIABILITY: AUGUST 2; LAST DAY FOR 75% TUITION LIABILITY: AUGUST 9. 2

4 MAY 8 Friday Summer I last day to fax completed application 11 Monday Last day to waitlist by 5:00 p.m. 20 Wednesday Summer I last day drop/add without a fee 21 Thursday Summer I late registration/change of program fee begins 22 Friday Summer I & Distance Education application completion deadline in-person Summer I & Distance Education 100% refund ends in-person by close of business 25 Monday Summer I 100% refund ends online by 11:59 p.m. Memorial Day COLLEGE HOLIDAY offices closed 26 Tuesday Summer I begins classes are Monday Thursday; Distance Education begins Summer I late payment fee begins; Summer I last day drop/add 1st half semester classes 27 Wednesday Summer I & Distance Education last day drop/add 29 Friday Summer I classes follow a Monday schedule Weekend College last day drop/add in-person by close of business Weekend College 100% refund ends in-person by close of business or online by 11:59 p.m. 30 Saturday Weekend College Saturday classes begin 31 Sunday Weekend College Sunday classes begin; Weekend College last day drop/add JUNE 1 Monday Summer I 25% refund ends In-person by close of business or online by 11:59 p.m. 4 Thursday Summer I automatic W ends for 1st half semester classes Weekend College 75% refund ends in-person by close of business 5 Friday Summer I classes do not meet Weekend College 75% refund ends online by 11:59 p.m. 10 Wednesday Summer I 2nd half classes begin; Summer I last day drop/add for 2nd half semester classes 11 Thursday Weekend College 50% refund ends in-person by close of business Summer I automatic W ends for full semester classes Summer II & III last day to fax completed application 12 Friday Summer I classes do not meet Weekend College 50% refund ends end online by 11:59 p.m. 18 Thursday Weekend College 25% refund ends in-person by close of business Summer I automatic W ends for 2nd half semester classes 19 Friday Summer I classes do not meet Weekend College 25% refund ends online by 11:59 p.m. 23 Tuesday Summer II last day drop/add without a fee 24 Wednesday Summer II late registration/change of program fee begins 25 Thursday Summer I ends; Summer II 100% refunds in-person by close of business Summer II & III application completion deadline in-person 28 Sunday Summer II 100% refund ends online by 11:59 p.m. 29 Monday Summer II begins classes are Monday Thursday Summer II late payment fee begins; Summer II last day drop/add for 1st half semester classes Deadline for Summer graduation application 30 Tuesday Summer II last day drop/add JULY 2 Thursday Summer II 25% refund ends in-person by close of business 3 Friday (Independence Day Observed) COLLEGE HOLIDAY classes do not meet 4 Saturday Independence Day - classes do not meet 5 Sunday Summer II 25% ends online by 11:59 p.m.; Classes do not meet 9 Thursday Summer II 1st half, Distance Education & Weekend College automatic W ends 10 Friday Summer II classes do not meet 15 Wednesday Summer II 2nd half classes begins Summer II last day drop/add for 2nd half semester classes 16 Thursday Summer II automatic W ends 17 Friday Summer II classes do not meet 23 Thursday Summer II automatic W ends for 2nd half semester classes 24 Friday Summer II classes do not meet 28 Tuesday Summer III last day to drop/add without a fee 29 Wednesday Summer III late registration/change of program fee begins 30 Thursday Summer II & Distance Education ends; Summer III 100% ends In-person by close of business AUGUST 2 Sunday Summer III 100% refund ends online by 11:59 p.m. 3 Monday Summer III begins classes are Monday Friday Summer III late payment fee begins 4 Tuesday Summer III last day drop/add 6 Thursday Summer III 25% refund ends in-person by close of business 9 Sunday Weekend College classes end; Summer III 25% refund ends online by 11:59 p.m. 10 Monday Summer III last day automatic W 19 Wednesday Summer III ends School closings and other emergencies will be broadcasted on the following radio/cable/tv stations and internet sites: (FM) WHPC 90.3 (NCC Radio), WMJC 94.3, WALK 97.5, KJOY 98.3, WBAB 102.3, B , WBLI 106.1; (AM) WCBS 880, WINS 1010, WHLI 1100, WALK 1370, (TV) News 12 LI, WCBS Channel 2, WNBC Channel 4, FIOSI; (Internet) and For recorded messages call:

5 PART OF TERM (PTRM) KEY A1 - Summer 1 A2 - Summer 1 (1st Half) A3 - Summer 1 (2nd Half) B1 Summer 2 B2 - Summer 2 (1st Half) B3 - Summer 2 (2nd Half) C1 - Summer 3 AA - Distance Education BB - Weekend College Q - Special Sessions SUMMER DISTANCE EDUCATION (MAY 26 TH JULY 30 TH ) SUBJ COURSE COURSE NAME SECT CREDIT CRN PTRM START DATE END DATE DAYS START TIME END TIME ABT 244 Business Writing OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ANT 204 Cultural Anthropology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ART 100 Intro to Visual Arts OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ART 100 Intro to Visual Arts OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ART 201 Survey of Art History I OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 BIO 103 Ecology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 BIO 103 Ecology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 U 9:00 AM 12:00 PM BIO 119 Oceanology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 BIO 119 Oceanology YB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 BUS 112 Principles of Management OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 BUS 280 Intro to Sports Management OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 CMP 105 Electronic Spreadsheets OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 CMP 117 Bus Computing: Concept and App OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 COM 101 Interpersonal Communications OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 COM 101 Interpersonal Communications OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 COM 101 Interpersonal Communications OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 CRJ 106 Understandng Criminal Behavior OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 CRJ 212 Research in Crime & Security OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 100 Survey of Economics OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 110 Personal Finance OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 110 Personal Finance OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 110 Personal Finance OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 111 Introduction to Finance OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 207 Principles of Macroeconomics OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 207 Principles of Macroeconomics OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 208 Principles of Microeconomics OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 208 Principles of Microeconomics OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ECO 213 Money and Banking OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 101 Composition I OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 101 Composition I OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 101 Composition I OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 102 Composition II OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 102 Composition II OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 102 Composition II OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 203 Early Amer Lit to 1865 OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 204 Mod Amer Lit 1865-Present OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 205 Early British Lit to 1800 OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 265 Modern American Poetry OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 313 Creative Writing OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 ENG 314 Studies in Children Literature OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FBM 120 Intro to Fashion Industry OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FIN 110 Personal Finance OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FIN 110 Personal Finance OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FIN 110 Personal Finance OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FIN 111 Introduction to Finance OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FIN 213 Money and Banking OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 FRS 101 Intro. Fire Science OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 GSS 126 Forensic Technology OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HED 231 Death Educ: Hlth Perspective YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HED 251 Human Sexuality OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 101 Hist of Western Civilization I OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 102 Hist Western Civilization II OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 103 History United States I OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 4

6 SUBJ COURSE COURSE NAME SECT CREDIT CRN PTRM START DATE END DATE DAYS START TIME END TIME HIS 104 History United States II OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 105 The World, 1945-Present OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 106 U.S.A., 1945-Present OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 130 Ethnic Groups in Amer Hist OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 205 The Ancient World OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 232 History of the Cold War OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HIS 234 History of Ireland OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HRS 101 Human Rights Studies OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 HRS 101 Human Rights Studies OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 LAS 101 Intro Latin American Studies OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 LAW 103 Business Law I OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 LAW 104 Business Law II OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 LAW 309 Law Office Management OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 101 Concepts of Math OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 101 Concepts of Math OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 101 Concepts of Math OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 102 Intro Statistics OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 102 Intro Statistics OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 102 Intro Statistics OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 102 Intro Statistics OLE AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 102 Intro Statistics OLF AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MAT 111 Pre-Calculus OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MKT 100 Introduction to Marketing OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MKT 100 Introduction to Marketing OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 MKT 112 Small Business Marketing OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 NTR 195 Nutrition Life Cycle OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 NTR 195 Nutrition Life Cycle OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 NTR 198 Nutrition for Healthcare Prof OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 NTR 198 Nutrition for Healthcare Prof OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 PHI 103 Critical Thinking OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 POL 205 American Nat'l Government OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 PSA 225 Intro Emergency Management OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 PSY 203 General Psychology I YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 PSY 213 Child Development OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 PSY 213 Child Development YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 PSY 216 Lifespan Human Development OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 RDG 101 Effective College Reading OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SCI 103 Physical Geology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SCI 103 Physical Geology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 U 10:00 AM 2:00 PM SCI 103 Physical Geology YAH AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SCI 103 Physical Geology YAH AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 U 10:00 AM 2:00 PM SCI 105 Solar System Astronomy YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SCI 105 Solar System Astronomy YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 S 10:00 AM 2:00 PM SCI 119 Oceanology YA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SCI 119 Oceanology YB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology OLC AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SOC 209 Race Class Ethnicity OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SOC 209 Race Class Ethnicity OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SOC 212 Social Problems OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SPS 102 Career Develop and Exploration OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SPS 111 Underst Subs Use/Abuse,Addict OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 SPS 201 Perspect-People w/disabilities OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 WST 101 Intro Women's Studies OLA AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 WST 101 Intro Women's Studies OLB AA 5/26/15 7/30/15 5

7 SUMMER WEEKEND COLLEGE (MAY 30 TH AUGUST 9 TH ) SUBJ COURSE COURSE NAME SECT CREDIT CRN PTRM START DATE END DATE DAYS START TIME END TIME AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I Z BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 U 8:30 AM 12:25 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I Z BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:30 AM 12:25 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I Z BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 SU 12:15 PM 3:05 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I Z BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 SU 9:00 AM 11:50 AM ENG 101 Composition I ZY BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 U 8:30 AM 12:25 PM GEO 101 Intro to Geography ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:30 AM 12:25 PM HIS 101 Hist of Western Civilization I ZY BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 U 8:30 AM 12:25 PM HIS 103 History United States I ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:30 AM 12:25 PM HMS 205 Community Service Internship ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 9:00 AM 10:55 AM LAW 306 Practicum Z BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 MTWR MAT 102 Intro Statistics ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:30 AM 12:25 PM MAT 109 Algebra & Trigonometry ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:00 AM 1:50 PM MKT 100 Introduction to Marketing ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:30 AM 12:25 PM SCI 109 Environmental Science ZY BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 U 12:35 PM 4:20 PM SCI 109 Environmental Science ZY BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 U 8:40 AM 12:15 PM SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology ZW BB 5/30/15 8/9/15 S 8:30 AM 12:25 PM SUMMER SESSION I (MAY 26 TH JUNE 25 TH ) SUBJ COURSE COURSE NAME SECT CREDIT CRN PTRM START DATE END DATE DAYS START TIME END TIME ABT 100 Fundamentals of Keyboarding G A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM ACC 101 Accounting I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:30 AM 11:05 AM ACC 101 Accounting I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:30 AM 11:05 AM ACC 101 Accounting I CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 11:10 AM 1:45 PM ACC 101 Accounting I CB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 11:10 AM 1:45 PM ACC 101 Accounting I DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:45 PM ACC 101 Accounting I EA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 3:20 PM 5:55 PM ACC 101 Accounting I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:00 PM 8:35 PM ACC 102 Accounting II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:30 AM 11:05 AM ACC 102 Accounting II CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 11:10 AM 1:45 PM ACC 102 Accounting II DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:45 PM ACC 102 Accounting II GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:00 PM 8:35 PM AFR 130 African American Literature I DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AFR 142 History of African Civ EA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM AFR 200 History of the Black Woman CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:00 AM 12:00 PM AFR 203 Afro-Caribbean World DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AHS 101 Intro Allied Health Science BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 10:00 AM AHS 101 Intro Allied Health Science CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:00 AM 12:00 PM AHS 101 Intro Allied Health Science CB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:00 AM 11:59 AM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I DB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I DB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I DC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I DC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I GB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I GB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I GC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM AHS 131 Anatomy & Physiology I GC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM 6

8 SUBJ COURSE COURSE NAME SECT CREDIT CRN PTRM START DATE END DATE DAYS START TIME END TIME AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II GB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM AHS 132 Anatomy & Physiology II GB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM AHS 154 Physical Therapist Assistnt IV B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MW 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 154 Physical Therapist Assistnt IV B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 154 Physical Therapist Assistnt IV B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 TR 10:05 AM 2:05 PM AHS 154 Physical Therapist Assistnt IV B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 154 Physical Therapist Assistnt IV B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MW 10:05 AM 2:05 PM AHS 154 Physical Therapist Assistnt IV B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM AHS 202 Medical Microbiology GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM AHS 313 Respiratory Care III Lab BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 12:00 PM AHS 313 Respiratory Care III Lab BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 12:00 PM ANT 203 General Anthropology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM ARA 101 Beginning Arabic I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM ART 104 Art History - Contemporary GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM ART 111 Drawing I B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 11:10 AM ART 115 Painting I C A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 1:15 PM ART 122 Ceramics I B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 11:10 AM ART 122 Ceramics I D A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 3:20 PM ART 122 Ceramics I G A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 9:40 PM ART 130 Graphic Design I B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 1:15 PM ART 159 Photography I C A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 1:15 PM ART 201 Survey of Art History I CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM ASL 152 American Sign Language I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM ASL 152 American Sign Language I CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM ASL 152 American Sign Language I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM ASL 153 American Sign Language II CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 101 General Biology I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 101 General Biology I BC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I BC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 101 General Biology I BD A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I BD A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 101 General Biology I BE A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I BE A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 101 General Biology I CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 101 General Biology I CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 101 General Biology I DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM BIO 101 General Biology I DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 101 General Biology I DB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM BIO 101 General Biology I DB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 101 General Biology I DC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM BIO 101 General Biology I DC A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 101 General Biology I FA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:00 PM 8:10 PM BIO 101 General Biology I FA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 4:00 PM 5:55 PM BIO 101 General Biology I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM BIO 101 General Biology I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM 7

9 SUBJ COURSE COURSE NAME SECT CREDIT CRN PTRM START DATE END DATE DAYS START TIME END TIME BIO 101 General Biology I GB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM BIO 101 General Biology I GB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM BIO 102 General Biology II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 102 General Biology II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 102 General Biology II CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 102 General Biology II CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 102 General Biology II GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM BIO 102 General Biology II GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM BIO 104 Zoology BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 104 Zoology BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 109 Principles of Biology I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 109 Principles of Biology I BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 109 Principles of Biology I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 109 Principles of Biology I BB A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 109 Principles of Biology I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM BIO 109 Principles of Biology I GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM BIO 110 Principles of Biology II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 110 Principles of Biology II BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 2:15 PM 4:10 PM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM BIO 115 Human BioNutrition GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM BIO 120 Birds & Environment BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 12:00 PM BIO 130 Molecules & Medicines CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 130 Molecules & Medicines CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 162 Animal Ecology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 165 Natural History of Long Island DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 201 Anatomy CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 201 Anatomy CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 204 Marine Biology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 204 Marine Biology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 214 Microbiology BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 214 Microbiology BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BIO 214 Microbiology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BIO 214 Microbiology CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BIO 214 Microbiology GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:35 PM 10:30 PM BIO 214 Microbiology GA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:30 PM 8:25 PM BUS 100 Creative Prob Solving in Bus BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BUS 110 Intro to Business BA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM BUS 110 Intro to Business CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BUS 111 Entrepreneurship CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BUS 112 Principles of Management CA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM BUS 112 Principles of Management DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM BUS 280 Intro to Sports Management DA A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM CHE 107 General Chemistry D A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTW 10:40 AM 1:10 PM CHE 107 General Chemistry D A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 1:40 PM 3:35 PM CHE 107 General Chemistry G A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTW 8:10 PM 10:40 PM CHE 107 General Chemistry G A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:00 PM 7:55 PM CHE 109 Contemporary Topics in Chem D A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 12:10 PM 2:05 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I A A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTW 8:30 AM 11:00 AM CHE 131 General Chemistry I A A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 6:00 AM 7:55 AM CHE 131 General Chemistry I B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTW 10:05 AM 12:35 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I B A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM CHE 131 General Chemistry I C A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTW 12:30 PM 3:00 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I C A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I C A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTW 12:45 PM 3:15 PM CHE 131 General Chemistry I C A1 5/26/15 6/25/15 MTWR 10:05 AM 12:00 PM 8

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