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1 Register Online at SPRING SESSION MAY 6 - JUNE 26 SUMMER SESSION JUNE 29 - AUGUST SPRING/SUMMER CLASS SCHULE Math Curriculum Changes...2 Accelerated Learning...3 Michigan Transfer Agreement...4 Welcome to MCC...5 How To Apply for Admission...6 Tuition & Payment Information...7 Registration Hints...9 On-Line Registration...12 Location Codes...13 e-learning...13 Graduation...14 General Education Requirements...15 Spring Session...18 Spring 2015 Late Start Classes...43 Lapeer Extension Center Spring...44 Northern Tier Center Spring...45 Southern Lakes Branch Center Spring...46 Open Entry/Open Exit Sections/Modules...47 e-learning Classes Spr/Sum...48 Hybrid Classes...52 Summer Session...52 Lapeer Extension Center Summer...60 Northern Tier Center Summer...61 Southern Lakes Branch Center Summer...61 e-learning Classes Summer...62 University Center...63 MCC Library...67 Regional Map...70 Campus Maps...71 Spring/Summer Semester Calendar...72 Mott Community College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, Illinois (312)

2 Attention Students! Curriculum Changes In Math In order to provide different math alternatives for students based on their program of study, the Math Department has developed pathways of courses. Students should ALWAYS consult with an advisor so that they take the appropriate courses for their degree. The following examples demonstrate potential options with the new curriculum: If you are planning to transfer to a four year institution studying in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields, you will likely need College Algebra - Math 130. If you do not place into College Algebra, the classes leading to it include Intermediate Algebra - Math 120, Beginning Algebra - Math 082 and Basic Mathematics - Math 021. If you are planning to transfer to a four year institution studying in non-stem or liberal arts fields, a math option would be to take Probability and Statistics - Math 150. If you do not place into Statistics, the classes leading to it include Intermediate Algebra and Statistics - Math 115, Applications Based Mathematics - Math 072, and Basic Mathematics - Math 021. If you are working on a technical degree (please review your program requirements), you may choose Technical Mathematics - Math 128. If you do not place into this class, the classes leading to it include Beginning Algebra - Math 082, and Basic Mathematics - Math 021. Math Requirements for General Education In order to meet the general education requirements for MCC in math, you must complete a 100 level math course or place into MATH-120 or higher. Beginning Algebra is no longer a 100 level course as of July 1, Page 2 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

3 Attention Students! New ways to accelerate your completion of Reading and Writing requirements Two Different Options - See descriptions below and discuss them with your Advisor Academic Literacy ACLT (Academic Literacy) integrates reading and writing into a single course to provide a strong foundation for college success. Students who successfully complete ACLT 075 or 076 will be prepared to enter ENGL 101 and courses that require college level reading. ACLT-075 requires Placement into ENGL-098 or above and Reading 016 or above. ACLT-076 requires placement into ENGL-099 and RDNG-030. NOTE: These are accelerated classes and require a student commitment to working at a faster pace than traditional courses. Accelerated Learning Program The Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) allows students to enroll in ENGL-099-ALP, which is paired with an ENGL-101 section that meets on the same days with the same instructor. Students must enroll in both ENGL-099 ALP and its required and specifically designated ENGL-101 section. To be eligible to enroll in these courses, students must: Have been recommended for ENGL-099 based on the MCC Placement test OR Have successfully completed either ENGL-095 or ENGL-098, with a score of S9 Students meeting one of the above criteria can choose to enroll in an ENGL-099-ALP section that will support the work done in ENGL-101 in a smaller, personalized learning environment. This accelerated format allows students to complete the necessary developmental course (ENGL-099) while at the same time earning credit for ENGL-101, which is required for graduation. NOTE: These are accelerated classes and require a student commitment to working at a faster pace than traditional courses. Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 3

4 Attention All Transfer Students! Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Over the past year, Community Colleges and 4-year Colleges and Universities have been working to ensure that the general education classes within the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees transfer to the next college you attend. The result a new Statewide Agreement that guarantees if you successfully complete* classes in the following categories, 30 hours of general education will be accepted by the transfer institution without a course by course comparison. *Successful completion means a grade of 2.0 or higher in each course. Courses fitting within these categories are found on page 15. If you plan to transfer, you should enroll in classes as specified in the following list: One course in English Composition A second course in English Composition or one course in Communications Two courses in Social Sciences (from two disciplines) Two courses in Humanities and Fine Arts (from two disciplines) Two courses in Natural Sciences including one with a laboratory (from two disciplines) One course in Mathematics selected from one of the three pathways: Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM), Statistics, or Quantitative Reasoning For more information please visit the MCC website at Transfer Degree Pathways The Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) degrees have been revised to align with the new Michigan Transfer Agreement. Please check the online catalog to see the new degrees and pathways. Page 4 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

5 Welcome to MCC MCC College Offices Academic Divisions: Business Division CM Fine Arts & Social Sciences Division MMB Art Office VADC Health Sciences Division CM Humanities Division CM Science & Mathematics G Technology Division RTC Student Services: Athletics BFH Admissions Information PCC Career Resource Center PCC Student Employment Center PCC College Bookstore PCC Continuing Education SLBC Cashiers Information PCCLL Counseling & Student Development Division PCC Academic Advisement PCC Health Services CM Testing & Assessment PCC e-learning CM Information Technology Services CM Honors Program CM DisAbility Services PCC Lapeer Extension Center LAPR Northern Tier Center NTC Livingston Regional M-Tec LIV (517) Mott Library ML Records & Registration Info. PCCLL Southern Lakes Branch Center SLBC Financial Aid Information PCCLL Student Life PCC Visual Art & Design Center VADC Veteran s Services Office PCCLL Peer Tutoring PCC Guide to Registration Policies and Procedures Spending a few minutes to become familiar with the schedule will help you plan your educational program, receive services, and prevent costly mistakes. COLLEGE REGISTRATION POLICY By registering for classes at Mott Community College, you accept responsibility for reading and conforming to all policies, procedures, required dates, fees and other requirements published online, in the college catalog and in the class schedule book. CASHIER'S OFFICE Cashier's Office, located in Prahl College Center (PCCLL), offers the following services: College cost/tuition Payment Plan (Fall & Winter) Payment center for tuition & fees Student ID cards Refunds Bus pass purchases RECORDS & REGISTRATION OFFICE The Records & Registration Office, located in the lower-level of the Prahl College Center (PCCLL) offers the following services: Add/Drop courses Evaluation of transfer credit Veterans information Processing course substitutions and waivers Enrollment verification/deferment (online through Web-Advisor) Degree verification (FERPA) Family Education Rights & Privacy Act Grade information Residency information/change Student Code of Conduct Application for graduation MTA evaluation Fresh Start Declaration of class audit Ordering MCC transcripts Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 5

6 HOw TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION All students must apply for admission to Mott Community College before registering for a class. New Students 1. Complete an admission application. Apply online at apply.mcc.edu. You will be required to appear in person to the Admissions Office with a valid government issued ID. Applicants under the age of 22 need to request a high school transcript, to be sent to Mott Community College Admissions Office, 1401 East Court Street, Flint MI, Apply for Financial Aid. Apply online at See page 8 for additional information. 3. Placement Testing All new degree or certificate seeking students are required to complete English, Reading and Math placement testing before registering for classes. Students who have taken the ACT test may bring copies of those scores to testing for consideration to have portions of the MCC placement test waived. The Testing & Assessment Center is located in PCC2010, (810) Placement testing is also available at Southern Lakes Branch Center (SLBC), Northern Tier (NTC) and Lapeer (LAPR) extension sites. 4. Career Planning Mott Community College offers assistance with your career planning process. If you are unsure about your career path, you should first meet with and develop your career plans with a counselor. To make an appointment please visit Counseling & Student Development, PCC2030 or call (810) If you know what careers you would like to explore, you are encouraged to visit the Career Resource Center, PCC2050, where you can use the computerized career materials including the DISCOVER and Michigan Occupational Information System (M.O.I.S.) programs, as well as other career resources. Visit or call (810) Orientation All new degree or certificate seeking students are required to attend an orientation session to learn about: MCC and various college services College procedures and policies Program choices and career options Skills and interests as they relate to your studies How using MCC services can help to achieve your goals Main campus students will be scheduled for an orientation by mail. Should you not receive notification, call (810) Students taking classes at an MCC Branch Center, should call for an orientation appointment at the appropriate Center: Southern Lakes (SLBC) (810) ; Lapeer (LAPR) (810) ; Northern Tier (NTC) (810) Review Method of Payment Options. See page Academic Advising All new degree and certificate seeking students must schedule an advising session with an Academic Advisor. This allows you to establish a relationship with a faculty member knowledgeable in your major, to discuss career directions, to plan a class schedule and select appropriate courses. Call the Academic Advising Center at (810) to speak with an Academic Advisor. Undecided and General Studies students should speak with a Counselor. Call the Counseling Center at (810) Academic Advising is also available at SLBC, NTC and Lapeer. 8. Register for classes and confirm your method of payment. See page Follow up on your method of payment. Former MCC Students If you have not attended classes at MCC within the last two years, please complete an updated MCC Admissions application online. Submit a valid government ID and select a program of study before registering. Returning students will need to have their MCC4me password set up by calling (810) during normal business hours. Not Seeking A Degree Or Certificate? If you are not currently seeking a degree or a certificate, you may want to request Non-Candidate for Degree (NCFD) status. For more information regarding NCFD status please speak to a representative from the Admissions Office or the Counseling and Student Development Office. Students with NCFD status are not eligible for financial aid, and all course pre-requisites must be met. Transfer Students 1. Apply online at apply.mcc.edu. You will be required to appear in person to the Admissions Office with a valid government issued ID. 2. Have an official transcript mailed directly from your previous college to MCC s Registrar s Office. 3. Take a copy of your unofficial college transcripts to the Placement Testing Office for review. If you have completed English composition, Math, and at least one content area class requiring extensive reading, you may not be required to take a placement test to determine if you will be required to take portions of the test. 4. After testing, you should see an academic advisor or counselor for assistance in planning your class schedule. 5. Be sure to obtain an MCC account and MCC4Me sign-on and password. Go to the Portal and click on the Account Lookup Page 6 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

7 Guest Students Students Enrolled in Other Colleges: Students who are enrolled in other colleges and universities are invited to attend classes at MCC that will transfer back to their home institutions. 1) Apply online at apply.mcc.edu as a guest student. 2) Submit a completed Guest Application (available at all Michigan colleges and universities) with specific courses to be taken at MCC listed. 3) Provide the Admissions Office with a valid government issued ID. 4) Provide the Admissions Office with a copy of your unofficial transcript. 5) Meet any pre-requisites and/or reading levels listed on the MCC courses. ACT scores or placement testing may be required. Guest Students are not eligible for financial aid. International Students International students should contact the Admissions Office for assistance in completing the required admission forms. All foreign-born students in the United States on student visas or are not permanent residents or U.S. citizens are considered non-residents and are required to pay out-of state tuition. Dual Enrollment & Early Admission For High School Students 1. Apply online at 2. Submit completed certification form. 3. Submit high school transcript. 4. All students must meet class prerequisites. Students will have to take placement or provide ACT scores. 5. All students must participate in a scheduled Orientation. 6. Register, in person through the Admissions Office at any campus location. TUITION & PAYMENT INFORMATION The tuition at MCC is calculated on contact hours. Tuition* 1. College district residents: $ per contact hour 2. Out-of-district residents: $ per contact hour 3. Out-of-state residents: $ per contact hour Mott Community College's district has approximately the same boundaries as the Genesee Intermediate School District. The final determining factor of in-district residence is a tax bill showing payment to MCC. (See Residency Policy online at Fees* 1. Student Services Fee $ per semester or session. 2. Student Administration Fee $8.76 per contact hour. 3. Class Fee: $ $ per course for selected classes. 4. Technology Fee: $7.24 per contact hour. *MCC reserves the right to change fees and tuition. Payment Information Tuition and fees must be paid, or payment option secured, before payment deadline or classes will be dropped. After payment deadline, tuition and fees are due upon registration. Please view Academic/ Registration calendar for pertinent dates at Where to Pay You may visit the Cashier s Office on main campus or any of the branch sites to make a payment. Payments are also accepted online at (via WebAdvisor) using your Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express or check. For your convenience, you may also use the after-hours drop box, located on the main level of the Prahl College Center, for check or money order payments. Please do not place cash payments in the drop box. Prahl Center Hours May 4 - August 7 Monday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tues. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Financial Aid is not open to foot traffic on Fridays in May, June, or July. Help completing your FAFSA is available on Fridays. The drop box is available outside the Financial Aid Office for students to turn in documents. Southern Lakes Branch Center Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Lapeer Extension Center Mon. - Thurs. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Northern Tier Center Mon. - Thurs. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat. Closed Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 7

8 METHODS OF PAYMENT Cash or debit cards: accepted at main campus cashier s office. Check/money order: accepted at the main campus and branch site locations. Credit Card: accepted through MCC4me, main campus and branch site locations. Electronic check: accepted only through MCC4me. Third Party Payment Sources This payment option allows an organization or employer to pay your tuition and fees. Student Financial Services must have an authorization for each semester s enrollment. All authorizations are applied in order of date received. Students are advised to check MCC4me to know when funding has been applied. FINANCIAL AID To be eligible for Federal Financial Aid you must: Be a U.S. Citizen with a valid social security number. Be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program. Have a high school diploma, G, or home schooling certification. Have registered for Selective Service between the ages of if you are male. Not be a guest student. Maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP). Fill out a FAFSA each academic year at MCC's School Code is The first step in applying for financial aid is to complete a FAFSA and include MCC s school code. Students are encouraged to begin the financial aid process several weeks in advance of their anticipated start date. The federal government reviews information and selects some FAFSA s for verification. This means that MCC must verify the information you have provided the government. If you are selected, you must provide the requested documentation to the Financial Aid office or your aid cannot be processed. Students are encouraged to check the Student Financial Services website for important deadline information. When your aid is processed, an award letter will be posted to your MCC4Me account. Federal Aid Policies Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) A student must: Successfully complete at least 67% of the total academic credits attempted. Successful completion does not include grades of I, W, U, N (audit), NS and any numerical grades less than 2.0. Not exceed the maximum credit hour limit of 93 credits attempted towards an associate s degree. The 93 credit maximum applies to all coursework attempted (including classes financed by yourself, other aid sources, and transfer credits). Establish and maintain a 2.0 G.P.A. Fresh Start is not recognized for financial aid purposes. SAP is calculated on the entire academic record, including transfer credits and semesters where aid is not used. Appeal Process If you violate SAP policy you will be notified of the name of the violation and your right to appeal. Your appeal will be reviewed by a committee. Deadline for appeals can be found on the Student Financial Services Important Dates website. Page 8 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

9 Repeat Coursework A student may receive aid to repeat a previously passed course one additional time. Once a student has completed any course twice with a passing grade, they are no longer eligible to receive aid for that course. If a student retakes a course that is not aid eligible, a recalculation of aid is done to exclude the credits for the repeated course. This rule applies whether or not the student received aid for earlier enrollments in the course. NOTE: Federal regulations specify that students may not receive aid for repeating courses previously passed twice, even if the student is required to retake those courses as part of a structured program. Date of Record The date of record is used to determine financial aid eligibility and is based on the credit hours enrolled in before the established date. Federal regulations do not allow aid to be adjusted as of or after the date of record. Please visit mcc.edu to find the Date of Record for the Spring/Summer semesters. *For personal information security purposes, you must have a valid government issued photo ID in order to conduct business in the Financial Aid Office. Veterans and Veterans' Dependents Benefits If you would like more information about VA benefits please call (810) or the Veterans Administration at , or visit the Veteran s Services Office in PCCLL. REGISTRATION HINTS (See back of schedule for Add/Drop dates) 1. Register Early! 2. Registration Restrictions/Prior Term Balances Before you register for classes, you must pay all outstanding debts and ensure that registration restrictions are removed. 3. Signatures/ Permissions and Advising Advisor/Counselor approval is needed if you are registering for the first time OR have a cumulative GPA below 2.0. Go to the Academic Advisement Center, PCC2040. An Academic Dean's signature is required if you are registering for more than 18 credit hours in fall or winter semester or 9 in a spring or summer session. See page 5 for Academic Divisions. For 15 week semesters, if the course has already met, registration requires faculty signature for: Students who have 12 earned credits or less Have a G.P.A. lower than a 2.0 Course is considered developmental (below 100 level) You have not registered for at least one 15 week class prior to the start of the semester For 1st Half, Late Start and 2nd Half terms, instructor permission is required after the beginning of the section start date. 4. Understanding Class Schedule Codes This information will help you understand the abbreviations used in the MCC schedule. Please read it carefully before you complete your registration worksheet. Section Code The section code is the nine-digit letter and number code that identifies each section. It is important to print the section code accurately and clearly on the Class Schedule Worksheet. Express Code The Express code is the numeric representation of the section and can be used with the Express Registration option in MCC4Me as the synonym. Course Number Developmental Education Course These classes allow you to improve your ability in certain skills. These credits do not count towards graduation requirements Undergraduate Courses These classes are for freshman and sophomores in academic programs. Credits may be used to meet certificate or degree requirements. Course Title Class titles are abbreviated in the MCC Schedule. For a complete description, please see the college catalog or the website at Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 9

10 Credit Hours and Contact Hours The number appearing in the "credit hour" (CR) column tells how many credits are given for the course. The number in the "contact hour" (CT) column indicates the number of hours per week the class meets. Your tuition is based on the number of "contact hours" the class meets. Financial Aid is based on credit hours, not contact hours. Days Days that classes meet are indicated by the first letter of the day, with exception of Thursday (R) and Sunday (U). If the days are marked "TBA," details will be available in the division office sponsoring the class. See page 5 for academic divisions. Room The room column gives you the abbreviation of the building and room number where your class will meet. See the S GUIDE on page 13 of this schedule for easy reference. If the room is marked "TBA" details will be available in the division office sponsoring the class. Instructor This column lists the faculty member assigned to teach the class at the time our schedule is published. MCC reserves the right to change instructor assignments without advanced notice. By registering for classes you are entering into a financial obligation. If you decide not to attend, classes must be dropped by you within the posted refund dates. Individual Class Add/Drop/withdraw Classes can be added/dropped in-person or online during designated add/drop period. (See back of schedule for dates) A student may withdraw from a class and receive a W grade up to the 90% point of course completion. Classes may not be dropped after this date. (See back of schedule for dates.) Have Questions?? we Have the Answers!! Simply click on the MCC Answer icon to search our knowledge base of questions and answers. You can also submit questions and suggestions 24/7. Live Chat is available from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon. - Fri. Prerequisite Courses Students currently enrolled in a prerequisite course are allowed to enroll in the subsequent course prior to completion of the prerequisite. If however, the prerequisite is not completed successfully, the student will be withdrawn from that class. Page 10 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

11 MCC4Me Sign-on and Password Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 11

12 Online Registration Via MCC4Me Spring - April 1 - May 5 Summer - April 1 - June 28 You don t have to wait in line to register! Use your computer or mobile device to: Register for classes* Drop classes Print your class schedule Print a transcript Enrollment Verification Add classes* Look at your class schedule Look at your student history Check & pay your balance View your Financial Aid Award Letter View your Financial Aid Information by term *Note: You must see an advisor or counselor to register for classes if you are a new degree-seeking student, have a cumulative grade point average below 2.0, are enrolling in developmental courses or are undecided about your program major. Also, if you have an outstanding balance, you must pay MCC in full before registering. 1. Go to mcc.edu 2. Click on the MCC4Me button 3. Sign In 4. Registration Search for Classes Select the term you are registering for. Select the subjects, courses, and click Submit. Register for Classes (If you know the express code/synonym, which is the 5-digit code listed in the right column in the Class Schedule Booklet, you may enter the code on the Express Registration screen.) If the class is available, you will be registered when you click Submit. A Registration Results screen will indicate Registered, Added, or Failed. Drop Classes Click on the box in front of the course to be dropped on the Drop screen. Click Submit. The next screen will show Dropped" in the Status column. (You will not be able to drop classes on MCC4me after the full refund period. You will have to drop at the Registration Office.) 5. Select your Method of Payment Click on Make a Payment to pay by credit card or check. Other methods of payment must be secured inperson before the payment deadline or your classes will be dropped. 6. Print your Class Schedule Page 12 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

13 Location Codes BEAU BFH BRWC CRES CM CTL FIA FOST G GASC GBRNC GCMH GCON Beaumont Hospital Ballenger Field House Briarwood Convalescent Crestmont Curtice-Mott Complex Center for Teaching & Learning Flint Institute of Arts Fostrian Manor Gorman Science Center Genesee Area Skill Center Grand Blanc Rehabilition & Nursing Center Genesee County Mental Health Genesys Convalescent GRMC HCARE HLRD HRMC HMNC KITH LAPR LCMCF LRMC LIV LRH MDT MRMC ML Genesys Regional Medical Center H-Care Holly Road Mental Health Hurley Regional Medical Center Heritage Manor Kith Haven Lapeer Extension Center Lapeer County Medical Facility Lapeer Regional Medical Center Livingston Regional M-TEC Lapeer Regional Hospital McLaren Day Treatment McLaren Regional Medical Center Mott Library MMB NBHS NTC OWOS PASS PCC PPOC RTC SIS SLBC TVS UM VADC WEC Mott Memorial Building North Branch High School Northern Tier Center Owosso Memorial Hospital Pulmonary Associates Prahl College Center Physical Plant Operations Center Regional Technology Center Sustaining/Integrating Services Southern Lakes Branch Center TV Studio (Basement of MMB) University of Michigan Visual Arts & Design Center Workforce Education Center e-learning Students juggling busy schedules can use Mott Community College s e-learning Program. All the courses are for credit and follow the school calendar. Students access the courses via Blackboard. e-learning classes are listed below their on-campus counterparts (differentiated by their section codes WWW or WCA) and also under e-learning of this schedule. After registering for an e-learning course, students need to sign up for and attend a Start Up Session specific to their course. These may be on campus or in Blackboard. Please check the wording under the specific course in the schedule for your class. We highly recommend attendance as this is your opportunity to find out detailed information about your class. The schedule for the sessions may be viewed online at or displayed on our Inter-active digital display board outside of CM The e-learning Office is located in the Curtice-Mott building room, The phone number is DLES Preparedness Session The DLES session is a requirement for all e-learning offerings. This requirement is for any student who has never taken a Mott WWW, WCA or HYB course. There are no exceptions. The sessions are entirely online and are available at and run for a week when offered. There will always be an open session however, please plan well in advance of the semester to allow yourself time to get into a class. Some sessions close faster than others and you may find that the next available class does not fit your schedule. Check the highlights on the e- Learning website or the Interactive digital display board outside of CM 2124 for offering dates and times. The session usually takes about four hours to complete, depending on the skills of the student and the speed of the Internet connection. Grading is posted daily, so if students complete the session on the first day, they do not have to wait until the end of the session for their final grade to be entered. The final grade, either S satisfactory or U unsatisfactory will appear on (Mott only) transcripts, but will not be calculated in the GPA. Note: The first session of DLES is free. A retake charge of $25.00 will apply for additional attempts. Hardware for e-learning Courses A computer with at least an XP operating system or newer should be sufficient. e-learning Codes WWW WCA HYB All online Online with some campus attendance Online with some campus attendance Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 13

14 Repeated Courses Credit for graduation cannot be earned more than once in the same course. If a student repeats a course, the last grade will be used to calculate the grade point average. All grades, however, will remain on the student's record. For students registering for the same course more than three times, the fourth registration requires Advisor approval (PCC2020). Address Changes File your ADDRESS CHANGE with the post office and the College. Each time you change your address, you must update this information with MCC. Submit a valid government issued ID with your current address to the Registration Office (PCC). Residency Status Change If your residency status changes when you update your address from out-of-district to in-district it is your responsibility to report this to the Records Office. You must provide proof of the residency change by providing a photo id with the change; and one of the following: current motor vehicle registration, property tax receipt for property tax paid within Mott College district, utility bill at in-district address, signed and dated rental or lease agreement showing address, dates of the lease, and signature/phone number of the landlord. Students who petition to change their residency classification to in-district status must submit proof of in-district residency 30 days before the first day of a semester. Transcript Requests Transcript requests can be submitted using MCC4me. Transcript request forms are located on the college form center at or the Records & Registration Office, PCCLL. Graduation During the last term of study, each student must complete a degree-audit with an advisor and file an Application for Graduation at the Records Office, PCCLL. Mott Community College has one commencement ceremony each year after the close of winter semester. Graduates are invited to participate in the commencement exercise on May 2, Attendance for graduates is encouraged but not required. Associate Degrees, Certificates of Achievement and Honors Diplomas are conferred at the ceremonies. Cap and gown will be available for purchase in the Prahl College Center before the end of the winter semester. Information will be mailed to eligible applicants and graduates. For more information, call Page 14 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

15 Important Information about MCC s General Education Requirements for All Degrees Based on research conducted by the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AACU), employers want college graduates to acquire versatile knowledge and skills. In education terms, these are general education courses. Faculty and staff of the College undertake review of these requirements on a periodic basis. The general education requirements have been revised to provide a more efficient path to graduation and to make the transition to a 4-year university smoother. EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009, the following general education requirements will be required for graduation. For a list of courses meeting these requirements, refer to page 12. For students planning to graduate with an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science degree: A minimum of 32 general education credits are required. All classes must be 100 level or above. The following distribution of courses is required for all students earning this degree: 6 credit hours English Composition (ENGL-101, ENGL-102, ENGL-101T, ENGL-102T)* 8 credit hours Humanities 8 credit hours Social Science 8 credit hours Science & Math: 3-4 credits in 100 level Math course or Test Out by placing into MATH-120 or higher on the MCC placement test. 4 credit hours Natural Science w/lab 2 credit hours Information Technology excluding lecture only classes For students planning to graduate with an Associate in General Studies or an Associate in Applied Science degree: A minimum of 18 General Education credits are required. The following are requirements for all students earning this degree: 100 level or above courses from the following distribution: 3 credit hours English Composition (ENGL-101 ENGL-101T)* 3 credit hours Humanities 3 credit hours Social Science 3-4 credit hours 100 level Math course or Test Out by placing into MATH-120 or higher on the MCC placement test. Additional General Education credits should be selected according to your degree program from Humanities, Social Science, Math, Natural Science, and Information Technology. *A new Technical Writing Sequence is under development and will most likely replace the ENGL-101T/ENGL-102T. At such time, it will become an option under General Education. Students currently taking courses to complete program requirements are able to complete their degree under these new requirements. Please see an advisor or your program coordinator. Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 15

16 General Education Approved Course List - Spring/Summer 2015 These courses are not necessarily offered each semester COURSE COURSE TITLE COURSE COURSE TITLE Composition GenEd (CMP) MUS.-182 Jazz Appreciation COMM-131 Fundamentals of Public Speaking MUS.-183 World Music Appreciation COMM-200 Survey of Human Communication Studies MUS.-186 Introduction to Film Music ENGL-101 English Composition I MUS.-187 History of Rock & Roll ENGL-102 English Composition II MUS.-271 Music History I ENGL-103 Composition for Technical Fields I MUS.-272 Music History II ENGL-104 Composition for Technical Fields II PHIL-101 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL-103 Critical Thinking Humanities GenEd (HUM) PHIL-165 Philosophy of Religion ARBC-111 Beginning Standard Arabic PHIL-190 Introduction to Logic ARBC-112 Beginning Standard Arabic II PHIL-251 Religious Worldviews ART.-110 Art Appreciation PHIL-295 Ethics ART.-111 Art History Survey Prehistoric to 14 C PHIL-297 Political Philosophy ART.-112 Art History Survey Renaissance to Modern RUSN-111 Beginning Russian ART.-116 Art History Survey Non Western Art RUSN-112 Beginning Russian II ART.-214 Art History - 19 C. Art SPAN-181 Elementary Spanish ART.-215 Art History - 20th C. Art SPAN-182 Elementary Spanish II ASL.-101 American Sign Language I SPAN-281 Intermediate Spanish ASL.-102 American Sign Language II SPAN-282 Intermediate Spanish II CHI.-111 Chinese THTR-110 Theatre Appreciation CHI.-112 Chinese 112 COMM-131 Fundamentals of Public Speaking Mathematics GenEd (MTH) COMM-132 Persuasion MATH-100 Math Approaches for Paraprofessionals COMM-200 Survey of Human Communication Studies MATH-115 Foundations of Mathematics II COMM-231 Discussion Principles MATH-120 Intermediate Algebra COMM-233 Oral Interpretation MATH-123 Beginning and Intermediate Algebra ENGL-101 English Composition I MATH-130 College Algebra ENGL-102 English Composition II MATH-140 Trigonometry ENGL-103 Composition for Technical Fields I MATH-145 Pre-Calculus ENGL-104 Composition for Technical Fields II MATH-150 Probability and Statistics ENGL-210 Children's Literature MATH-165 Applied Calculus ENGL-212 Adolescent Literature MATH-170 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I ENGL-220 World Literature MATH-180 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II ENGL-221 Introduction to Literature MATH-210 Math for Elementary Teachers I ENGL-222 Science Fiction MATH-220 Math for Elementary Teachers II ENGL-223 American Black Literature MATH-250 Multivariable Calculus ENGL-225 Poetry MATH-270 Linear Algebra ENGL-227 Fiction MATH-280 Differential Equations ENGL-231 American Literature ENGL-232 Modern American Literature Natural Science GenEd (NSL) ENGL-235 American Indian Literature ASTR-117 The Solar System ENGL-240 Shakespeare ASTR-118 Stellar Astronomy ENGL-242 English Literature II BIOL-107 General Biology ENGL-243 Fang Lit: Vampire in Literary History BIOL-110 Evolution and Humans ENGL-253 The Bible As Literature BIOL-111 Fundamentals of Biology ENGL-261 Readings in Popular Culture BIOL-115 Applied Botany ENGL-271 Film As Literature BIOL-120 Introduction to Environmental Science FILM-181 Introduction to Film BIOL-121 Environmental Science Laboratory FREN-151 Elementary French BIOL-125 Zoology FREN-152 Elementary French II BIOL-126 Botany FREN-251 Intermediate French BIOL-150 The Human Body FREN-252 Intermediate French II BIOL-151 Human Anatomy and Physiology I GERM-111 Elementary German BIOL-152 Human Anatomy and Physiology II GERM-112 Beginning German BIOL-156 Microbiology GERM-211 Intermediate German I BIOL-205 Michigan Wildflowers GERM-212 Intermediate German II BIOL-206 Local Trees and Shrubs JAPA-111 Beginning Japanese BIOL-207 Aquatic Ecosystems JAPA-112 Beginning Japanese II BIOL-211 Molecular Biotechnology JAPA-211 Intermediate Japanese BIOL-220 Ecology MUS.-180 Music Appreciation BIOL-222 Field Biology Page 16 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

17 General Education Approved Course List - Spring/Summer 2015 These courses are not necessarily offered each semester COURSE COURSE TITLE COURSE COURSE TITLE BIOL-226 Systematic Botany (or Plant Taxonomy) HIST-152 World History: 1500 C.E. To the Present CHEM-111 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry HIST-154 United States History to 1877 CHEM-112 Fundamentals of Organic & Biochemistry HIST-155 History of United States: 1877 Present CHEM-120 Introduction to Forensic Science HIST-220 Oral History CHEM-123 Fundamentals of Chemistry HIST-254 African American History to 1877 CHEM-131 General Chemistry I HIST-255 African American History Since 1865 CHEM-132 General Chemistry II HIST-257 History of the Holocaust CHEM-237 Organic Chemistry I HIST-259 History of Mexico CHEM-238 Organic Chemistry II HIST-260 History of Michigan GEOL-111 Geology of Dinosaurs HIST-261 United States Labor History GEOL-151 Physical Geology HIST-262 American Military History GEOL-152 Historical Geology HIST-263 History of Women in the United States PHSC-191 Physical Science HIST-264 Medieval Europe PHSC-192 Earth Systems LDDV-101 Leadership Development PHYS-281 General College Physics I LDDV-190 Prin of Leadership: Soc Science Approach PHYS-282 General College Physics II PSCN-150 Introduction to Political Science PHYS-287 General Physics I PSCN-170 Introduction to American Government PHYS-288 General Physics II PSCN-173 State and Local Government SCI.-101 Scientific Inquiry PSCN-175 Civil Liberties PSCN-177 Introduction to Public Administration Social Science GenEd (SOC) PSCN-275 Comparative Government ANTH-100 Survey of Forensic Science PSYC-181 Applied Psychology ANTH-200 Peoples and Cultures of Africa PSYC-184 Exceptional People ANTH-210 Forensic Anthropology PSYC-280 General Psychology Laboratory ANTH-211 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology PSYC-281 General Psychology ANTH-212 Human Origins - Intro Phys. Anthropology PSYC-282 Social Psychology ANTH-213 Introduction to Archaeology PSYC-283 Theories of Personality ANTH-214 Sustainability and Culture Change PSYC-285 Child Psychology ECON-125 Personal Money Management PSYC-286 Abnormal Psychology ECON-221 Principles of Economics(Macroeconomics) PSYC-287 Educational Psychology ECON-222 Principles of Economics(Microeconomics) PSYC-289 Psychology of Late Adulthood GEOG-141 Physical Geography PSYC-290 Psychology of Adolescence GEOG-142 World Regional Geography PSYC-291 Psychology of Human Development GEOG-143 Intro to Geographic Information Systems SOCY-191 Introductory Sociology GEOG-145 Economic Geography SOCY-193 Marriage and the Family GEOG-147 Geography of Latin America SOCY-194 Fundamentals of Human Sexuality GEOG-243 Geography of Africa SOCY-292 Social Problems GEOG-251 Crime Mapping SOCY-294 Race and Ethnic Relations HIST-112 History of E Asia to 1600 SOCY-296 Urban Sociology HIST-113 History of E Asia 1600 to Present SOCY-297 Introduction to Criminology HIST-151 World History: Prehistory to 1500 C.E. Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 17

18 SPRING 2015 SESSION MAY 6 JUNE 26, 2015 INSTRUCTOR ACCT-ACCOUNTING ACCT-101 Applied Accounting Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). * ACCT-101-WWW01 $ DL WWW Novak This section extends over both Spring and Summer Sessions, beginning May 6, 2015 and ending August 20, MUST meet DLES prep requirements. See e- ACCT-201 Principles of Accounting I Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-030 (ACSR-030), or completion of RDNG-016, ACLT- 075 or ACLT-076; MATH-082 or Placement Test recommendation for MATH-120 or higher. * ACCT-201-WWW01 $ DL WWW Banks This section extends over both Spring and Summer Sessions, beginning May 6, 2015 and ending August 20, MUST meet DLES prep requirements. See e- ACCT-202 Principles of Accounting II Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-030 (ACSR-030), or completion of RDNG-016, ACLT-075 or ACLT-076; MATH-082 or Placement Test recommendation for MATH-120 or higher; ACCT-201. * ACCT-202-HYB01 $ :00 AM 11:25 AM TR CM 2139 Novak Must meet DLES prep requirements. See e- This class meets on campus every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. ACCT-215 Individual Income Tax Accounting Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), or completion of RDNG- 030, ACLT-075 or ACLT-076; ACCT-201 with a minimum 2.0 grade. * ACCT-215-HYB01 $ :00 AM 1:55 PM W TBA TBA Novak This section is a Spring only section beginning May 6, 2015 and ending June 26, MUST meet DLES prep requirements. See e- This class meets 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 6/24. ACHR-AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING AND REFRIGERATION ACHR-141 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls I Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). * ACHR $ :00 PM 9:55 PM MW RTC 1004 Staff ACHR-142 Heating Systems I Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). * ACHR $ :00 PM 9:55 PM TR RTC 1004 Staff ACHR-144 Air Conditioning Fundamentals Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). ACHR $ :00 PM 5:00 PM MW RTC 1006 Hayward ACHR $ :00 PM 8:55 PM TR RTC 1006 Hayward ACHR-145 Duct System Fabrication Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). ACHR $ :00 AM 12:00 PM MW RTC 1309 Staff AHLT-ALLI HEALTH AHLT-102 Medical Terminology Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-030 (ACSR-030), or completion of RDNG-016, ACLT-075 or ACLT-076. AHLT :00 PM 1:55 PM T CM 2312 Staff AHLT :00 PM 5:55 PM T CM 2306 Staff AHLT-112 Nutrition for Health Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), or completion of RDNG-030, ACLT-075, ACLT-076 or ENGL-100. Completion of BIOL-151 is recommended. Note: Signature from the Division Office or the Advising/Counseling area is required. AHLT :00 AM 11:55 AM TF CM 2316 Staff AHLT :00 PM 5:55 PM MW CM 2314 Staff AHLT-113 Multicultural Health Care Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), or completion of RDNG-030, ACLT- 075, ACLT-076 or ENGL-100. AHLT :00 AM 11:55 AM F CM 2307 Staff Page 18 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

19 INSTRUCTOR AHLT-120 Phlebotomy Foundations Pre-requisite: Student must be at least 18 years of age to enroll in this course. Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), or completion of RDNG-030, ACLT-075, ACLT-076 or ENGL-100. AHLT $ :00 AM 11:55 AM TR CM 2314 Staff AHLT $ :00 PM 2:55 PM TR CM 2314 Staff AHLT-135 Dosage & Solution Calculations Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), or completion of RDNG- 030, ACLT-075 or ACLT-076; Math placement test recommendation of MATH-130 or higher, or completion of MATH-120 or MATH-123 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or higher; for pre-nursing students: course must be completed before applying to the Nursing program, but no more than 2 years prior to application. Signature from the Division office or the Advising/Counseling area is required to register in this course. AHLT :30 AM 11:25 AM R CM 2306 Staff AHLT :00 AM 11:55 AM W CM 2312 Staff AHLT :00 AM 11:55 AM T CM 2312 Staff AHLT :00 AM 11:55 AM M CM 2107 Staff ANTH-ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH-211 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). ANTH-211-WWW01 $20.00 SOC DL WWW Fillion This section is a Spring only section beginning May 6, 2015 and ending June 26, MUST meet DLES prep requirements. See e- ART.-ART ART.-110 Art Appreciation Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). ART HUM :00 AM 11:55 AM MW MMB 1017 Giacchina ART HUM :30 PM 8:25 PM TR MMB 1017 Giacchina ART.-131 Drawing Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). * ART $ :00 AM 12:55 PM TR VADC 130 Staff This is a twelve week class and extends over both Spring and Summer Sessions, beginning May 7, 2015 and ending July 28, ART.-221 Screen Printing I Pre-requisites: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); ART.-131, ART ART $ :00 AM 3:25 PM TR VADC 103 Shurter ART.-222 Screen Printing II Pre-requisites: Placement into RDNG-016(ACSR-016); ART.-145, ART ART $ :00 AM 3:25 PM TR VADC 103 Shurter ART.-248 Graphic Design Internship Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), or completion of RDNG-030, ACLT- 075, or ACLT-076; ART.-243 and ART Pre- or Co-requisite: ART ART VADC 102 Fulmer ART.-281 Ceramics I Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); ART.-131 and ART Note: ART.-111 and ART strongly recommended. ART $ :00 AM 3:25 PM MW VADC 105 Bohnert ART.-282 Ceramics II Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); ART ART $ :00 AM 3:25 PM MW VADC 105 Bohnert ART.-283 Ceramics III Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); ART ART $ :00 AM 3:25 PM MW VADC 105 Bohnert ART.-284 Ceramics IV Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); ART ART $ :00 AM 3:25 PM MW VADC 105 Bohnert ART.-295 Supervised Art Projects Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016) is required. Note: Consent of the instructor and approval of Dean are required to register in this course. ART.-111 and ART.-112 strongly recommended. ART Screen Printing $ :00 AM 3:25 PM TR VADC 103 Shurter ART Ceramics $ :00 AM 3:25 PM MW VADC 105 Bohnert Spring/Summer Semester 2015 Page 19

20 ASL-AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR ASL.-101 American Sign Language I Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). ASL HUM :00 AM 11:55 AM MW CM 2103 Staff ASL HUM :30 PM 3:25 PM MW CM 2105 Staff ASL HUM :00 PM 7:55 PM MW CM 2103 Staff ASL HUM :00 PM 8:55 PM MW LAPRB 204 Staff ASL HUM :00 PM 8:55 PM TR NTC 130 Staff ASL.-102 American Sign Language II Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); ASL ASL HUM :00 AM 12:55 PM TR CM 2105 Doerr ASL HUM :30 PM 9:25 PM MW NTC TBA Staff ASTR-ASTRONOMY ASTR-117 The Solar System Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). Co-requisite: ASTR-117L. ASTR $10.00 NSL :00 AM 10:55 AM TR G 1201 Maguire :00 AM 11:55 AM MW G 1201 The student must also enroll in ASTR-117L-L101. ASTR-117L-L101 LAB :00 AM 12:55 PM TR G 2207 Maguire The student must also enroll in ASTR AUTO-AUTOMOTIVE AUTO-119 Engine Theory and Repair Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016) is required. Student must provide own hand tools. AUTO $ :00 AM 2:25 PM MW RTC 1307 Butke AUTO-151 Brakes and Braking Systems Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); AUTO-191. Student must provide own hand tools. AUTO LAB $ :00 AM 2:25 PM MW RTC 1008 Roda AUTO-161 Electrical Fundamentals Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); Testing into MATH-082 or higher or completing MATH-021 with a S. Students must provide their own hand tools. AUTO $ :00 AM 2:00 PM TR RTC 1008 Roda AUTO-191 Automotive Fundamentals Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). AUTO $ :00 PM 7:00 PM MW RTC 1010 Roda AUTO-271 Heating, Venting and Air Conditioning Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016); AUTO-161 and AUTO-191. Student must provide own hand tools. AUTO LAB $ :00 AM 1:55 PM TR RTC 1010 Butke BAKE-BAKING BAKE-101 Introduction to Baking Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). BAKE :00 AM 10:55 AM MT CM 2140 Miller BAKE :00 PM 2:55 PM MT CM 2140 Miller BIOL-BIOLOGY BIOL-100 Biological Science Concepts Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). BIOL :00 AM 10:55 AM TR CM 1314 Schapel BIOL-101 Microbiology for Health Sciences Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). BIOL $ :00 AM 12:55 PM TR CM 1316 Dudock Page 20 Spring/Summer Semester 2015

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