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1 Fall 2015 CURRICULUM SCHEDULE Early registration July 6-16 Regular registration August Classes start August 20 ENROLL NOW! featured program Mechanical Engineering Drafting & Design

2 2 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule Curriculum Courses 2015 Fall Semester Wilson Community College strives to provide accessible, student-centered academic and personal enrichment opportunities to enhance lifelong learning through college transfer, technical, vocational, and adult education programs. Table of Contents Registration Dates and Information... 3 Eligible Continuing Students... 3 New Students and Re-Admitted Students... 4 General Information... 5 Application Procedures... 5 Financial Aid Process... 5 Financial Aid Enrollment Eligibility Policy... 5 Programs of Instruction... 5 Tuition and Fees... 6 Guide for Columns and Symbols... 7 Annual Safety Report... 7 Tobacco Use Policy... 7 Children Not Allowed on Campus... 7 Tips on Scheduling Courses... 8 Course Schedule Worksheet... 8 Distance Learning Courses... 9 Online Registration... 9 About Distance Learning... 9 Hybrid (HY) Courses...11 Internet (NET) Courses...14 Degree & Diploma Courses...17 Academic Related...17 Accounting...17 Air Conditioning, Heating,...17 and Refrigeration Anthropology...18 Art...18 Automotive Technology...18 Basic Law Enforcement...18 Biology...18 Business Administration...19 Chemistry...19 College Transfer Courses...19 Communications...22 Community Spanish Interpreter...22 Computer Technology Integration..23 Criminal Justice Technology...23 Critical Thinking...23 Culinary Arts...23 Early Childhood Education...24 Economics...24 Electrical/Electronics...24 Technology English...25 Fire Protection Technology...25 Geography...25 Health...25 History...25 Interpreter Education...26 Marketing...26 Math...26 Mechanical Engineering -Drafting and Design Medical Office Administration...27 Music...27 Networking Technology...27 Nursing Technology...27 Office Administration...28 Paralegal...28 Philosophy...28 Physical Education...28 Physics...28 Psychology...28 Public Speaking...28 Sociology...29 Religion...29 Surgical Technology...29 Welding...29 Work Based Learning...29 Campus Map...31

3 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 3 Registration Dates and Information 2015 Fall Semester For better course selection and shorter lines, the College encourages all eligible continuing and new students whose admissions files are complete to early register for classes and to use WebAdvisor online registration. Online registration requires communication with your academic advisor PRIOR to registration. For more information, contact the Student Development Center at (252) Eligible Continuing Students (INCLUDING SPECIAL CREDIT STUDENTS) Who s Eligible? Curriculum students, including Special Credit students, who were/are enrolled in Spring 2015 or Summer 2015 semesters and who are not on academic warning or probation. Students who are dependent on financial aid are strongly encouraged to take early action for aid approval. If your financial aid file at Wilson Community College is not complete by Friday, August 4, you should make alternate plans to pay tuition and fees. We will continue to process financial aid applications after August 4, but we cannot guarantee your financial aid award will be available to pay tuition and fees by the deadline. ONLINE Early Registration July Online early registration starts at 5:00 a.m. and is open each day, except 1:00 a.m. - 5:00 a.m. July 29...Last day to pay tuition for students who early register. Cashier closes at 4:00 p.m. ON CAMPUS Early Registration July Mon. - Thurs., 9:00 am - 6:00 pm See your advisr by appointment. July Mon. - Thurs., 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. See your advisor by appointment. *Special credit students may register in F-100. July 29...Last day to pay tuition for students who early register. Cashier closes at 4:00 p.m. ONLINE Regular Registration Tuition must be paid the same day you register for classes. Cashier closes at 6:00 p.m. August 18 & 19...Online regular registration is open from 5:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. August 19...Last day to register for classes. Online regular registration is open from 5:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. ON CAMPUS Regular Registration Tuition must be paid the same day you register for classes. Cashier closes at 6:00 p.m. August 18 & :00 am 6:00 pm. See your advisor. *Special credit students may register in F-100. August 19...Last day to register for classes 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. See your advisor. *Special credit students may register in F-100. August 20...First day of classes. Schedule adjustment 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. August 21...Schedule adjustment 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. August 24...Schedule adjustment 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ALL STUDENTS ON FINANCIAL AID: Please see Financial Aid Enrollment Eligibility Policy on page 6.

4 4 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule New Students and Re-Admitted Students (INCLUDING NEW SPECIAL CREDIT STUDENTS) Who s Eligible? New curriculum or special credit students for Fall 2015 semester. Special credit students are by definition non-degree seeking and have not completed the regular admissions process. Most special credit students are visiting students whose primary enrollment is at another institution. Special credit students must meet course prerequisites and corequisites and must present documentation that demonstrates the successful completion of pre/corequisites or qualifying placement test scores as applicable. Special credit students are not eligible for financial aid or veterans benefits. Re-admitted curriculum or special credit students who were enrolled in previous years but not in Spring 2015 or Summer Students who are dependent on financial aid are strongly encouraged to take early action for aid approval. If your financial aid file at Wilson Community College is not complete by Tuesday, August 4, you should make alternate plans to pay tuition and fees. We will continue to process financial aid applications after August 4, but we cannot guarantee your financial aid award will be available to pay tuition and fees by the deadline. ONLINE Early Registration July Online early registration starts at 5:00 a.m. and is open each day, except 1:00 a.m. - 5:00 a.m. July 29...Last day to pay tuition for students who early register. Cashier closes at 4:00 p.m. ON CAMPUS Early Registration July 9...9:00 am - 6:00 p.m. New students are required to complete a mandatory orientation. Please contact the STARS Center at or *Special credit students may register in F-100. July Early registration continues Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. *Special credit students may register in F-100. July 29...Last day to pay tuition for students who early register. Cashier closes at 4:00 p.m. ONLINE Regular Registration Tuition must be paid the same day you register for classes. Cashier closes at 6:00 p.m. August 18 & 19...Online regular registration is open from 5:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. August 19...Last day to register for classes. Online regular registration is open from 5:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. ON CAMPUS Regular Registration Tuition must be paid the same day you register for classes. Cashier closes at 6:00 p.m. August 18 & :00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. New students are required to complete a mandatory orientation. Please contact the STARS Center at or *Special credit students may register in F-100. August 19...Last day to register for classes 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. See your advisor. *Special credit students may register in F-100. August 20...First day of classes. Schedule adjustment 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. August 21...Schedule adjustment 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. August 24...Schedule adjustment 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ALL STUDENTS ON FINANCIAL AID: Please see Financial Aid Enrollment Eligibility Policy on page 6.

5 General Information Application Procedures for Students Working Toward a Degree, Diploma, or Certificate A Wilson Community College application should be completed and forwarded to the Admissions Office along with an official high school transcript(s). Official college transcripts to be reviewed for possible transfer credit must be forwarded to the Registrars Office. Placement Testing should be completed as soon as possible. Acceptable transfer credit in math, English, and reading, may exempt you from the placement test. NOTE: ALL applicants MUST complete placement testing unless exempt by previous transfer credits and/or qualifying SAT/ACT scores or high school coursework. Please contact Student Development, (252) , for placement testing scheduling. Placement testing is free. ID required. No placement testing will be scheduled during the week of August When all items above are complete, an interview with an Admissions Counselor will be scheduled in person, by phone, or through Skype to complete the admissions process. Financial Aid Process The process by which curriculum students seek federal and/or state financial aid all begins with submission of a FAFSA application but the process is far from simple. FAFSA applicants must recognize that complete and accurate information is only the first in many steps toward approval. Approximately half of all FAFSA applications are randomly chosen for verification, a process of submitting documentation to prove the data submitted on the FAFSA. Though acceptance to an eligible program of study at the College is a necessary step in the financial aid approval process, admissions and financial aid approval are two separate processes. All FA applicants are strongly encouraged to begin the FA approval process 4-6 weeks prior to the beginning of a new academic term or year. If your financial aid file at Wilson Community College is not complete by Tuesday, August 4, you should make alternate plans to pay tuition and fees. We will continue to process financial aid applications after August 4, but we cannot guarantee your financial aid award will be available to pay tuition and fees by the deadline. Financial Aid Enrollment Eligibility Policy Per federal regulations, student enrollment status for financial aid purposes is based on enrollment in eligible courses required in the student s chosen primary program of study plus limited necessary remedial coursework. Exceptions must be approved by the Dean of Student Development prior to regular registration. Federal and state mandated changes to financial aid eligibility rules are posted on college website. Programs of Instruction The educational opportunities of the College are organized into the following instructional programs: Associate Degree Programs Business, health-related, public service and engineering technology curricula are designed to prepare graduates with a high level of technical competence, and effective human relations and communication skills. Upon completion, students are awarded an Associate in Applied Science degree. Diploma/Certificate Programs The College offers a number of programs which are designed to train people for entrance into skilled occupations. These programs vary in length, depending upon the desired level of skills and proficiency required. Diplomas are awarded for completion of a program of three or more semesters in length. Certificates are awarded upon completion of one to two semester programs. (continued) 2015 Fall Semester Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 5

6 The College Transfer Program The College Transfer Program includes courses in the arts and sciences and leads to an Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.), an Associate in Science Degree (A.S.), or a Transfer Core Diploma. Transfer courses parallel those required during the first two years of study at four-year colleges and universities and credits earned may transfer to any college and university that offers equivalent courses. Special Credit Students Special Credit Students are students who enroll for course credit but are not pursuing a diploma or degree at Wilson Community College. Students who complete 13 semester hours are encouraged to declare a major and be admitted to a program. Students must show documentation that they meet all course prerequisites and corequisites. Tuition and Fees Note: All tuition and fees listed are anticipated! Tuition and fees are subject to change by act of the N. C. General Assembly. In-State Students: Full-Time (12) $ Part-time $72.00 Plus credit hours per semester plus fees per credit hour plus fees Out-of-State Students: Full-Time (12) $ Part-time $ Plus credit hours per semester plus fees per credit hour plus fees Student Fees $2.18 per credit hour $34.88 maximum (16 credit hours or more) The student fee covers accident insurance and student activities for students enrolled in curriculum courses. Accident insurance covers students while in class and coming to/going from campus by the most direct route. All curriculum students must pay a $15.00 security/parking fee and a $20.00 technology fee per semester. Some academic programs have costs in addition to tuition, fees, and books. For more information regarding additional costs in your academic area of interest, contact Student Development, (252) Payment Payment of tuition and fees is due for early registration by July 29 at 4:00 p.m. and payment for tuition and fees for regular registration is due on the same day you register for classes. All students who register online through WebAdvisor will be able to pay their tuition and fees online as well. The College accepts cash, money orders, checks, VISA, and MasterCard in person and accepts checks and money orders through the mail. Payments by third parties must be supported by written documentation. Please allow extra time for mailed payments, as all payment deadlines must be met. Any mailed payments should be addressed to: Cashier, Wilson Community College, P.O. Box 4305, Wilson, NC Refund Policy A full refund may be made if the student officially withdraws from class prior to the start of the semester. A 75% refund may be made if the student officially withdraws from class(es) prior to the 10% point of the semester. Refunds will be made approximately 30 days after the registration period ends. Textbook Information Pursuant to the Higher Education Opportunity Act, colleges are required to make required textbook information available to students at the time of registration. This information includes the ISBN number and retail price. If the ISBN number is not available, the College must provide the author, title, publisher, and copyright date. Textbook information for classes is available via a link on the fall semester curriculum schedule on the College website. (continued) 6 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule

7 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 7 Guide for Columns and Symbols Course Number Course numbers consist of a prefix and number as shown in the current College catalog. Students should refer to the catalog for additional information such as course descriptions. Section No. (SEC) Section numbers are used to denote various sections of a particular course. Section numbers are also used to distinguish between types of classes such as day or evening, class or lab, etc. Section Number Day Classes Section Number Evening Classes NET (or NT)... Courses offered via the Internet HY... Courses taught using a combination of the Internet, DVD, and classroom sessions Title The official title for each course as shown in the College catalog is listed in this column. Prerequisites and Corequisites Courses for which there is a prerequisite have (P) after the title. Students must show documentation of having met all course prerequisites and corequisites. Days The following abbreviations are used to indicate the days of class meetings. Various combinations may be used. M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday TH-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday SU-Sunday Hours The beginning and ending hours are shown for each class. Classes which begin at 5:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes. Schedule Changes While effort is made to avoid schedule changes, Wilson Community College reserves the right to cancel classes or make other schedule changes without notice. Annual Safety Report This information is provided in an effort to comply with the Federal Campus Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of Copies of the complete crime statistics report are available in the Office of the Director of Law enforcement/ Public Safety upon request. Tobacco Use Policy Effective with the beginning of Fall Semester 2012, tobacco use is prohibited on campus except in a personally owned vehicle or a designated tobacco use shelter. Tobacco use will not be permitted at any time in any building on the Wilson Community College campus or in any building under the control of the College. This includes all classrooms, hallways, restrooms, offices, and vending and lounge areas. Tobacco use is also prohibited in any College owned vehicle or any State Motor Fleet Vehicle maintained by the College. Children Not Allowed on Campus According to our policy in the Student Handbook, children are not allowed to accompany a parent or other student to any on-campus academic activity, including class, laboratory, the College Library, or orientation session other than when the general public has been invited. Children may not be left unattended at any time on the College campus. If a student brings a child to class, the instructor should inform the student of the College s policy and ask him/her to remove the child from the classroom. If a child is left unattended, the Dean of Student Development should be notified. The Dean will then locate the parent and inform him/her of the policy. The College assumes no liability for injuries incurred by minors on campus. (continued)

8 Tips on Scheduling Courses Know and follow your program requirements. Review course requirements for your program each semester, noting prerequisites. Prerequisite information can be found in the back of your catalog under course descriptions. 2. See your advisor each semester. A departmental advisor has the most up-to-date information about your program area. Consultation with an advisor will help ensure that you have the information needed for successful completion of your program. 3. Take an ACA course in your first semester. Take an ACA course as soon as possible to reap the benefits of the course. This is the best way to learn how to navigate electronic resources available on campus such as Moodle, GroupWise, and WebAdvisor. 4. Plan ahead! Complete the course schedule worksheet prior to registering for courses with your advisor. Good preparation will save you time. 8 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule wilson community c o l l e g e Course Schedule Worksheet Program Semester Spring Summer Fall Year DESIRED COURSES Course # Course Section # Course Title Credit Hours Days Hours Total Credit Hours ALTERNATIVE COURSES Course # Course Section # Course Title Credit Hours Days Hours Total Credit Hours Advisor Name: Room

9 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 9 Distance Learning Courses 2015 Fall Semester Online Registration For Fall Semester 2015, WEBADVISOR will enable continuing students and new students who have completed the admissions process by June 22, to early register and register for classes online after communicating with their academic advisor. For specific dates, please see the Academic Calendar at Calendars/Academic_Calendar.cfm. Instructions for WebAdvisor are available at the Distance Learning webpage All payments for tuition and fees for early registration are due to the College cashier by July 29, at 4:00 p.m. Payment is due during regular registration on the same day you register for classes. WebAdvisor Continuing students and new students who have completed the application process by June 22 will be able to register for their classes online through WebAdvisor. WebAdvisor may be accessed from the College website at New students are assigned an account when they receive an acceptance letter from the College. Go to the College website. Click Login from the menu and select WebAdvisor. The link to WebAdvisor Instructions at the bottom of the page will show you how to search and register for your classes. If you have problems, please contact the Help Desk at (252) , or your academic advisor. About Distance Learning How Do I Register for a Distance Learning Course? Registration for distance learning courses follows the same procedures as traditional classes. Check the course listings on the following pages for times and dates. Each distance learning course is equivalent to the on-campus section of the same course in terms of objectives, contact, rigor, and transferability. Distance learning courses are also approved for tuition assistance. Orientation All first time distance learning students must complete the Moodle Student Orientation at the Distance Learning webpage Access To Distance Learning Courses Online (NT) and Hybrid (HY) courses: Students will have access to online and hybrid courses on the first day of the semester, August 20, Contact the course instructor if access is not available. Enrollment Verification All distance learning students must complete a required enrollment verification assignment for each Hybrid (HY) and Online (NT) course they are enrolled in. This must be completed by the census date for the course in order to remain in the course. Census dates will be posted in the Moodle course for HY and NT courses. Students not completing the enrollment verification by the census date of their course will be dropped from the course(s) as a Never Attended (NA) student. Please refer to the Official Withdrawal Policy in the Wilson Community College Catalog for detailed guidelines. Never Attended Student (NA) and Attendance If you are dropped from a course for never attending (NA) or for attendance reasons, you are still responsible for tuition and fees whether or not your tuition and fees were self-paid, paid by PELL, or paid by a third party. Students may receive a 100% refund, if requested, for classes officially withdrawn from before August 20, 2015 or if the class is canceled. Students may officially withdraw from a class or classes through August 31, 2015 and receive a 75% refund, if requested. Please refer to the Official Withdrawal Policy in the Wilson Community College Catalog for detailed guidelines. (continued)

10 10 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule Moodle, Student , and WebAdvisor Login Information All students enrolled in distance courses are required to use the student account provided by the College to communicate with faculty. You can access Moodle, WebAdvisor, and Student through the WCC website located at: Moodle, WebAdvisor, and Student username Lowercase first name initial, lowercase last name initial, plus the last four digits of your student ID number. Note: Your Student ID can be found on the following; registration form, schedule, letter from Student Development, or Student ID card. Moodle username: js3456 WebAdvisor username: js3456 Student address: Moodle, WebAdvisor, and Student password Your password will be the same for all three systems. It will be: Uppercase first letter of lastname, lowercase second letter of last name, 2 digit birth month; 2 digit birth day; 2 digit birth year. For example, a student named John Student with a birthday of 5/24/1978, and student ID number would use the following password: Password: St Problems Logging Into Moodle or Student Contact the Help Desk, as noted below, if you are having difficulties accessing Moodle, WebAdvisor or Student . Call the Help Desk at (252) the off Campus 24/7 Help Desk: Call the off Campus 24/7 Help Desk: (866) Help Desk Information is located at:

11 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 11 Hybrid (HY) Courses HYBRID COURSES INCLUDE ON-CAMPUS AND OFF-CAMPUS MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES. INTERNET ACCESS IS REQUIRED FOR HYBRID COURSES. NOTE: Some courses will require additional hardware/software, please check the requirements in Moodle for your specific course, or contact your instructor. It is your responsibility to have access to the hardware/software for your course(s) and to the Internet. Visit for additional distance learning information. The College does not provide technical support for personal computers. COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS: Students must be computer literate, have access to the Internet, Windows Vista/7/8 and Office 2007/2010/2013 or Office 365, the latest versions of Internet Explorer and/or Firefox with popups allowed in the browser. The most current version of JAVA is required for Moodle. ACC 120/HY1 Prin of Financial Accounting Billie Hamilton, Instructor ACC 120/HY2 Prin of Financial Accounting Billie Hamilton, Instructor ACC 120/HY3 Prin of Financial Accounting Billie Hamilton, Instructor ACC 120/HY4 Prin of Financial Accounting Billie Hamilton, Instructor ACC 220/HY1 Intermediate Accounting I (P) Billie Hamilton, Instructor ACC 240/HY1 Gov & Not for Profit Acct (P) Billie Hamilton, Instructor ASL 181/HY1 ASL Lab 1 (C) Catherine Johnson, Instructor ASL 181/HY2 ASL Lab I (C) Catherine Johnson, Instructor ASL 181/HY3 ASL Lab I (C) Catherine Johnson, Instructor BIO 090/HY1 Foundations of Biology Angela Johnson, Instructor BIO 111/HY1 General Biology I (P) Lee Anne Daughtry, Instructor BIO 163/HY1 Basic Anat & Physiology Angela Johnson, Instructor BIO 168/HY1 Anatomy and Physiology I (P) Michael Adams, Instructor BIO 275/HY1 Micorbiology (P) Leslie Harrell, Instructor BUS 153/HY1 Human Resource Management Courtney Altizer, Instructor CHM 151/HY1 General Chemistry (P) Woody Dixon, Instructor CIS 110/HY1 Introduction to Computers Frances Rampey, Instructor CIS 110/HY2 Introduction to Computers Kendra Faulkner, Instructor CIS 110/HY3 Introduction to Computers Martin Holloway, Instructor CIS 110/HY4 Introduction to Computers Ricky Tyree, Instructor CIS 110/HY5 Introduction to Computers Martin Holloway, Instructor CJC 111/HY1 Intro to Criminal Justice David Moody, Instructor

12 12 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule Hybrid (HY) Courses (continued) CJC 112/HY1 Criminology David Moody, Instructor CJC 212/HY1 Ethics & Comm Relations David Moody, Instructor CJC 214/HY1 Victimology Mary Jackson, Instructor CJC 221/HY1 Investigative Principles David Moody, Instructor COM 110/HY1 Introduction to Communication Kellie Guyton, Instructor COM 231/HY1 Public Speaking (P) Webster Struthers, Instructor COM 231/HY2 Public Speaking (P) Webster Struthers, Instructor CTI 110/HY1 Web, Pgm, & Db Foundation Frances Rampey, Instructor CTI 120/HY1 Network & Sec Foundation Frances Rampey, Instructor CTS 120/HY2 Hardware/Software Support Ricky Tyree, Instructor CUL 110/HY1 Sanitation and Safety (P) Nadia Minniti, Instructor DBA 110/HY1 Database Concepts Martin Holloway, Instructor DDF 212/HY1 Design Process II (P) Deborah Skinner, Instructor EDU 222/HY1 Learn w/ Behav Disord (P) Laura Smith, Instructor EDU 235/HY1 School Age Dev & Program Shenika Davis, Instructor EDU 280/HY1 Language & Literacy Exp Kim Cockrell, Instructor EGR 250/HY1 Statistics/Strength of Mater (P) Deborah Skinner, Instructor ENG 111/HY1 Writing and Inquiry (P) Greg Johnson, Instructor ENG 115/HY1 Oral Communication (P) Teresa Taylor-Perez, Instructor EPT 140/HY1 Emergency Management Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 120/HY1 Intro to Fire Protection Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 124/HY1 Fire Prevention & Public Ed Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 132/HY1 Building Construction Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 152/HY1 Fire Protection Law Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 221/HY1 Adv Firefighting Strat (P) Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 240/HY1 Fire Service Supervision (P) Paul Ahearn, Instructor FIP 248/HY1 Fire Svc Personnel Adm (P) Paul Ahearn, Instructor HEA 112/HY1 First Aid & CPR Sharon Evans, Instructor IPP 112/HY1 Comparative Cultures Catherine Johnson, Instructor LEX 121/HY1 Legal Research/Writing II (P) Wendy Grode, Instructor

13 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 13 Hybrid (HY) Courses (continued) LEX 150/HY1 Commercial Law I Wendy Grode, Instructor LEX 283/HY1 Investigation Wendy Grode, Instructor MAT 122/HY1 # Algebra/Trigonometry II (P) Raymond Flewelling, Instructor MAT 152/HY1 # Statistical Methods (P) Raymond Flewelling, Instructor MAT 263/HY1 # Brief Calculus (P) Chelsie Ray, Instructor Part of this class is taught online MKT 123/HY1 Fundamentals of Selling Courtney Altizer, Instructor NET 110/HY1 Networking Concepts Kendra Faulkner, Instructor NET 126/HY1 Routing Basics (P) Kendra Faulkner, Instructor NOS 120/HY1 Linux/Unix Single User (P) Ricky Tyree, Instructor NUR 212/HY1 Health Systems Concepts (P) Einisdottir/Page/Pittman/Stallings, Instructors OST 141/HY1 Med Terms I-Med Office Staff, Instructor OST 148/HY1 Med Coding Billing & Insu Keita Kornegay, Instructor OST 181/HY1 Intro to Office Systems Staff, Instructor OST 184/HY1 Records Management Staff, Instructor OST 247/HY1 Procedure Coding (P) Keita Kornegay, Instructor OST 248/HY1 Diagnostic Coding (P) Keita Kornegay, Instructor OST 286/HY1 Professional Development Keita Kornegay, Instructor SPA 111/HY1 Elementary Spanish I Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor SPA 111/HY2 Elementary Spanish I Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor SPA 181/HY1 Spanish Lab I Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor SPA 181/HY2 Spanish Lab I Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor SPA 181/HY3 Spanish Lab I Staff, Instructor SPA 212/HY1 Intermediate Spanish II (P) Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor SPA 282/HY1 Spanish Lab 4 (P) Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor KEY (P) Indicates the course has a prerequisite (C) Indicates the course has a corequisite # Math courses require Course Compass. Code is purchased with the book or can be purchased alone through the bookstore or Pearson Education. Students are required to have a MyMathLab access code for this class.

14 Internet (NET) Courses NOTE: Some courses will require additional hardware/software, please check the requirements in Moodle for your specific course, or contact your instructor. It is your responsibility to have access to the hardware/software for your course(s) and to the Internet. Visit for additional distance learning information. The College does not provide technical support for personal computers. 14 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS: Students must be computer literate, have access to the Internet, Windows Vista/7/8 and Office 2007/2010/2013 or Office 365, the latest versions of Internet Explorer and/or Firefox with popups allowed in the browser. The most current version of JAVA is required for Moodle. ACA 111/NT1 College Student Success Ingibjorg Einisdottir, Instructor ACA 111/NT2 College Student Success Billie Hamilton, Instructor ACA 111/NT3 College Student Success Frances A. Rampey, Instructor ACA 111/NT4 College Student Success Jennifer Davis, Instructor ACA 122/NT1 College Transfer Success Staff, Instructor ACA 122/NT2 College Transfer Success Staff, Instructor ACC 120/NT1 Prin of financial Accounting Monica Phillis, Instructor ACC 120/NT2 Prin of Financial Accounting Debra Neal, Instructor ACC 220/NT1 Intermediate Accounting I (P) Melanie Thomas, Instructor ACC 240/NT1 Gov & Not-For-Profit Acct. (P) Melanie Thomas, Instructor ART 111/NT1 Art Appreciation Amy Fossaceca, Instructor ART 111/NT2 Art Appreciation Amy Fossaceca, Instructor ASL 225/NT1 Global Deaf Community Deborah Batts, Instructor BUS 110/NT1 Intro to Business Courtney Altizer, Instructor BUS 110/NT2 Intro to Business Courtney Altizer, Instructor BUS 115/NT1 Business Law I Joel Stadiem, Instructor BUS 115/NT2 Business Law I Wendy Grode, Instructor BUS 153/NT1 Human Resource Management Jennifer Davis, Instructor BUS 253/NT1 Leadership and Mgt Skills Courtney Altizer, Instructor CIS 110/NT1 Intro to Computers Martin Holloway, Instructor CIS 110/NT2 Intro to Computers Rick Tyree, Instructor CIS 110/NT3 Intro to Computers Aaron Smithwick, Instructor CIS 110/NT4 Intro to Computers Martin Holloway, Instructor CIS 110/NT5 Intro to Computers Aaron Smithwick, Instructor CIS 113/NT1 Computer Basics Staff, Instructor CJC 112/NT1 Criminology Darlene Hall, Instructor CJC 114/NT1 Investigative Photography David Moody, Instructor CJC 212/NT1 Ethics & Comm Relations Darlene Hall, Instructor CJC 214/NT1 Victimology Vivian Brake, Instructor CJC 221/NT1 Investigative Principles David Moody, Instructor CTI (continued) 110/NT1 Web, Pgm, & DB Foundation Frances Rampey, Instructor CTI 120/NT1 Network & Sec Foundation Charles Hopkins, Instructor

15 Internet (NET) Courses (continued) CTS 120/NT1 Hardware/Software Support Rick Tyree, Instructor CUL 120/NT1 Purchasing Nadia Minniti, Instructor CUL 130/NT1 Menu Design Nadia Minniti, Instructor DBA 110/NT1 Database Concepts Martin Holloway, Instructor ECO 151/NT1 Survey of Economics Ernest Morgan, Instructor ECO 251/NT1 Prin of Microeconomics Alan Leonard, Instructor EDU 119/NT1 Intro to Early Child Educ Aline Lahoud, Instructor EDU 131/NT1 Child, Family, & Community Kim Cockrell, Instructor EDU 144/NT1 Child Development I Kim Cockrell, Instructor EDU 145/NT1 Child Development II Kim Cockrell, Instructor EDU 146/NT1 Child Guidance Kim Cockrell, Instructor EDU 158/NT1 Healthy Lifestyles-Youth Aline Lahoud, Instructor EDU 163/NT1 Classroom Mgt. & Instruction Laura Smith, Instructor EDU 261/NT1 Early Childhood Admin I Kim Cockrell, Instructor EDU 262/NT1 Early Childhood Admin II (P) Kim Cockrell, Instructor EDU 263/NT1 School-Age Program Admin Katherine Taylor, Instructor EDU 281/NT1 Instruc Strat/Read & Writ Laura Smith, Instructor ENG 111/NT1 Writing and Inquiry (P) Stephanie Peace, Instructor ENG 111/NT2 Writing and Inquiry (P) Stephanie Peace, Instructor ENG 111/NT3 Writing and Inquiry (P) Suzanne Flynt, Instructor ENG 111/NT4 Writing and Inquiry (P) Greg Johnson, Instructor ENG 112/NT1 Writing/Research in the Disc (P) Suzanne Flynt, Instructor ENG 112/NT2 Writing/Research in the Disc (P) Megan Tyree, Instructor ENG 113/NT2 Literature-Based Research (P) Stephanie Peace, Instructor ENG 114/NT1 Prof research & Reporting (P) Suzanne Flynt, Instructor ENG 114/NT2 Prof research & Re, Instructor porting (P) Suzanne Flynt, Instructor ENG 131/NT1 Intro to Literature (P) Teresa Taylor-Perez, Instructor GEO 111/NT1 World regional Geography Emily Boyd, Instructor HEA 110/NT1 Personal Health/Wellness Shannon Debruhl, Instructor HEA 110/NT2 Personal Health/Wellness Charnissa Brown, Instructor HIS 111/NT1 World Civilizations I David Pittman, Instructor HRM 245/NT1 Human Resource Mgmt-Hosp Nadia Minniti, Instructor HUM 115/NT1 Critical Thinking (P) Thomas Riley, Instructor HUM 115/NT2 Critical Thinking (P) Thomas Riley, Instructor HUM 115/NT3 Critical Thinking (P) Wendy Bailey, Instructor HUM 115/NT4 Critical Thinking (P) Wendy Bailey, Instructor ISC 112/NT1 Industrial Safety Chase Edwards, Instructor LEX 110/NT1 Intro to Paralegal Study Joel Stadiem, Instructor LEX 130/NT1 Civil Injuries Joel Stadiem, Instructor (continued) Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 15

16 16 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule Internet (NET) Courses (continued) LEX 210/NT1 Real Property I Elaine Whitford, Instructor LEX 270/NT1 Law Office Mgt/Technology Wendy Grode, Instructor MAT 143/NT1 # Quantitative Literacy Travis Flewelling, Instructor MAT 171/NT1 # Precalculus Algebra (P) Travis Flewelling, Instructor MEC 145/NT1 Mfg Materials I Deborah Skinner, Instructor MKT 123/NT1 Fundamentals of Selling Courtney Altizer, Instructor MUS 110/NT1 **** Music Appreciation Sandy Pittman, Instructor MUS 110/NT2 **** Music Appreciation Sandy Pittman, Instructor NET 110/NT1 Networking Concepts Kendra Faulkner, Instructor NET 175/NT1 Wireless Technology (P) Kendra Faulkner, Instructor NOS 130/NT1 Windows Single User (P) Rick Tyree, Instructor OST 122/NT1 Office Computations Staff, Instructor OST 131/NT1 Keyboarding Jennifer Davis, Instructor OST 141/NT1 Med Terms I-Med Office Gary Eatmon, Instructor OST 148/NT1 Med Coding Billing & Insu Keita Kornegay, Instructor OST 164/NT1 Text Editing Applications Sherri Strickland-Carter, Instructor OST 184/NT1 Records Management Staff, Instructor OST 241/NT1 Med Office Transcription I (P) Staff, Instructor OST 247/NT1 Procedure Coding (P) Keita Kornegay, Instructor OST 248/NT1 Diagnostic Coding (P) Keita Kornegay, Instructor OST 286/NT1 Professional Development Keita Kornegay, Instructor PHI 210/NT1 History of Philosophy (P) Benjamin Wooster, Instructor PHI 240/NT1 History of Philosophy (P) Benjamin Wooster, Instructor PHY 150/NT1 General Psychology Thomas Dice, Instructor PHY 150/NT2 General Psychology Thomas Dice, Instructor PHY 150/NT3 General Psychology Amber Hinson, Instructor PHY 241/NT1 Developmental Psych (P) Debra Holley, Instructor PHY 281/NT1 Abnormal Psychology (P) Patricia Holsten, Instructor REL 110/NT1 World Religions Thomas Riley, Instructor SOC 210/NT1 Intro to Sociology Angela Decuzzi, Instructor SOC 210/NT2 Intro to Sociology Angela Decuzzi, Instructor SPA 141/NT1 Culture and Civilization (P) Suzanna Hernandez, Instructor KEY (P) Indicates the course has a prerequisite (C) Indicates the course has a corequisite ****Software requirements for MUS110/NT1 Real Player 7.0 Basic (or higher); Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT or Windows 2000 (or higher); Mac OS 8.1 (or higher); Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 (or higher); QuickTime 4.1 (or higher); Macromedia Shockwave and Flash Player (http://www.sibelius.com). Must purchase disk from the book store. # Math courses require Course Compass. Code is purchased with the book or can be purchased alone through the bookstore or Pearson Education. Students are required to have a MyMathLab access code for this class.

17 Degree & Diploma Courses Academic Related ACA College Student Success 1.0 M 12:00-12:50PM ACA College Student Success 1.0 M 3:00-3:50PM ACA College Student Success 1.0 T 8:00-8:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 T 9:30-10:20AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 T 4:00-4:50PM ACA College Student Success 1.0 W 8:00-8:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 W 8:00-8:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 W 11:00-11:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 TH 8:00-8:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 TH 8:00-8:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 TH 1:30-2:20PM ACA College Student Success 1.0 F 9:00-9:50AM ACA College Student Success 1.0 M 5:00-5:50PM ACA College Student Success 1.0 M 5:00-5:50PM ACA College Student Success 1.0 T 6:00-6:50PM ACA 111 NT1 College Student Success 1.0 ACA 111 NT2 College Student Success 1.0 ACA 111 NT3 College Student Success 1.0 ACA 111 NT4 College Student Success 1.0 ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 W 12:00-1:50PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 M 12:00-1:50PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 TH 8:00-9:50AM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 T 8:00-9:50AM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 TH 1:30-3:20PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 TH 1:30-3:20PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 M 5:00-6:50PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 T 5:00-6:50PM ACA 122 NT1 College Transfer Success 1.0 ACA 122 NT2 College Transfer Success 1.0 Accounting ACC 120 HY1 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 T 9:30-10:50AM ACC 120 HY2 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 W 9:00-10:20AM ACC 120 HY3 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 W 11:00-12:20PM ACC 120 HY4 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 M 6:00-7:50PM ACC 120 NT1 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 ACC 120 NT2 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 ACC 220 HY1 Intermediate Accounting I (P) 4.0 T 11:00-12:20PM ACC 220 NT1 Intermediate Accounting I (P) 4.0 ACC 240 HY1 Gov & Not-For-Profit Acct (P) 3.0 TH 11:00-12:20PM ACC 240 NT1 Gov & Not-For-Profit Acct (P) 3.0 Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Technology AHR Intro to Refrigeration 5.0 M 8:00-9:50AM WTH 8:00-10:50 AHR Intro to Refrigeration 5.0 TTH 6:00-9:50PM AHR HVACR Electricity 3.0 T 9:00-12:50PM AHR Refrigeration Systems (P) 2.0 W 1:00-4:50PM AHR HVAC Servicing 4.0 M 8:00-11:50AM 1:00-4:50PM AHR Refrigerant Certification 1.0 M 10:00-10:50AM AHR Residential System Design 3.0 T 1:30-5:20PM AHR Hydronic Heating (P) 2.0 TH 1:30-5:20PM AHR 245 Chiller Systems (P) 2.0 T 11:00-11:50AM WTH 11:00-12:20PM ISC 112 NT1 Industrial Safety Fall Semester Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 17

18 Anthropology ANT General Anthropology 3.0 T 6:00-8:50PM Art ART Art Appreciation 3.0 TTH 3:00-4:20PM ART 111 NT1 Art Appreciation 3.0 ART 111 NT2 Art Appreciation 3.0 Automotive Technology AUT Engine Repair 3.0 W 9:00-10:50AM Students must also register for AUT 116A/01. T 9:30-12:20 AUT 116A 01 Engine Repair Lab 1.0 T 2:00-4:50PM Students must also register for AUT 116/01. AUT Brake Systems 3.0 TH 9:30-11:50AM Students must also register for AUT 151A/01. 1:00-1:50PM F 8:00-9:20AM AUT 151A 01 Brake Systems Lab 1.0 TH 2:00-4:50PM Students must also register for AUT 151/01. AUT 163A 01 Adv Electricity Lab 1.0 TH 8:00-10:50AM AUT Man Trans/Axles/Drtrains Students must also register for AUT 231A/ M F 10:00-11:50AM 10:00-12:50PM AUT 231A 01 Man Trans/Axles/Drtrains Lab Students must also register for AUT 231/ M F 1:00-3:50PM 10:00-12:50PM TRN Basic Transp Electricity 5.0 W 12:00-4:50PM F 10:00-11:50AM TRN Adv Transp Electronics 3.0 TH 12:30-5:20PM Basic Law Enforcement Training CJC Basic Law Enforcement Training 19.0 M-F TBA August 18 - December 17, Contact Cameron Ash at (252) to register. Biology BIO 090 HY1 Foundations of Biology 4.0 W 6:00-7:50PM BIO Principles of Biology 4.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM T 1:00-3:50PM BIO Principles of Biology 4.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM TH 1:00-3:50PM BIO General Biology I (P) 4.0 MW 9:00-10:20AM T 1:00-3:50PM BIO General Biology I (P) 4.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM TH 1:00-3:50PM BIO 111 HY1 General Biology I (P) 4.0 M 6:00-8:50PM BIO General Biology II (P) 4.0 WF 9:00-10:20AM TH 9:00-11:50AM BIO Basic Anat & Physiology 5.0 M 1:00-3:50PM F 9:00-11:50AM BIO 163 HY1 Basic Anat & Physiology 5.0 T 6:00-7:50PM BIO Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 M 1:00-3:50PM For A.D.N. students only. F 9:00-11:50AM BIO Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 TH 1:00-3:50PM For Surgical Technology students only. F 9:00-11:50AM BIO Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 W 1:00-3:50PM F 9:00-11:50AM BIO 168 HY1 Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 W 6:00-8:50PM BIO Anatomy and Physiology II (P) 4.0 MW 9:00-10:20AM BIO 275 HY1 Microbiology (P) 4.0 T 9:30-12:20PM TTH 9:30-10:50AM 18 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule

19 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule 19 Business Administration BUS Introduction to Business 3.0 TTH 8:00-9:20AM BUS Introduction to Business 3.0 TTH 9:30-10:50AM BUS 110 NT1 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS 110 NT2 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS Business Law I 3.0 TTH 1:30-2:50PM BUS 115 NT1 Business Law I 3.0 BUS 115 NT2 Business Law I 3.0 BUS 153 HY1 Human Resource Management 3.0 W 9:00-10:20AM BUS 153 NT1 Human Resource Management 3.0 BUS 253 NT1 Leadership and Mgt Sklls 3.0 Chemistry CHM Introduction to Chemistry (P) 3.0 TTH 9:30-10:50AM Students must also register for CHM 131A/01. CHM 131A 01 Intro to Chemistry Lab (P) 1.0 TTH 11:00AM-12:20PM Students must also register for CHM 131/01. CHM General Chemistry I (P) 4.0 MW 9:30AM-12:20PM CHM 151 HY1 General Chemistry I (P) 4.0 T 6:00-8:50PM CHM General Chemistry II (P) 4.0 MW 1:00-3:50PM College Transfer Courses NOTE: Special credit and college transfer students must show documentation that they meet all course prerequisites and corequisites. Begin your ECU Teaching Degree at Wilson Community College! SECU Partnership East allows students to complete their general education coursework at Wilson Community College before transferring into the ECU bachelor s degree program to complete their junior and senior years in elementary education, special education-general Curriculum, or middle grades education. ECU coursework is delivered online, face-to-face or blended delivery models at the Rocky Mount, NC hub site. For more information visit ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 W 12:00-1:50PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 M 12:00-1:50PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 TH 8:00-9:50AM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 T 8:00-9:50AM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 TH 1:30-3:20PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 TH 1:30-3:20PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 M 5:00-6:50PM ACA College Transfer Success 1.0 T 5:00-6:50PM ACA 122 NT1 College Transfer Success 1.0 ACA 122 NT2 College Transfer Success ACC 120 HY1 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 T 9:30-10:50AM ACC 120 HY2 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 W 9:00-10:20AM ACC 120 HY3 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 W 11:00-12:20PM ACC 120 HY4 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 M 6:00-7:50PM ACC 120 NT1 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 ACC 120 NT2 Prin of Financial Accounting 4.0 ANT General Anthropology 3.0 T 6:00-8:50PM ART Art Appreciation 3.0 TTH 3:00-4:20PM ART 111 NT1 Art Appreciation 3.0 ART 111 NT2 Art Appreciation 3.0 ASL Elementary ASL I 3.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM Students must also register for ASL 181/01. ASL Elementary ASL I 3.0 TTH 9:30-10:50AM Students must also register for ASL 181/02. ASL Elementary ASL I 3.0 M 6:00-8:50PM Students must also register for ASL 181/52. ASL 181 HY1 ASL Lab I 1.0 MW 2:30-3:20PM Students must also register for ASL 111/01. ASL 181 HY2 ASL Lab I 1.0 TTH 11:00-11:50AM Students must also register for ASL 111/02. (continued)

20 College Transfer Courses (continued) ASL 181 HY3 ASL Lab I 1.0 M 9:00-9:20PM Students must also register for ASL 111/51 ASL Intermediate ASL II (P) 3.0 T 1:30-4:20PM BIO Principles of Biology 4.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM T 1:00-3:50PM BIO Principles of Biology 4.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM TH 1:00-3:50PM BIO General Biology I (P) 4.0 MW 9:00-10:20AM T 1:00-3:50PM BIO General Biology I (P) 4.0 MW 1:00-2:20PM TH 1:00-3:50PM BIO 111 HY1 General Biology I (P) 4.0 M 6:00-8:50PM BIO General Biology II (P) 4.0 WF 9:00-10:20AM TH 9:00-11:50AM BIO Basic Anat & Physiology 5.0 M 1:00-3:50PM F 9:00-11:50AM BIO 163 HY1 Basic Anat & Physiology 5.0 T 6:00-7:50PM BIO Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 M 1:00-3:50PM For A.D.N. students only. F 9:00-11:50AM BIO Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 TH 1:00-3:50PM For Surgical Technology students only. F 9:00-11:50AM BIO Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 W 1:00-3:50PM F 9:00-11:50AM BIO 168 HY1 Anatomy and Physiology I (P) 4.0 W 6:00-8:50PM BIO Anatomy and Physiology II (P) 4.0 MW 9:00-10:20AM T 9:30-12:20PM BIO 275 HY1 Microbiology (P) 4.0 TTH 9:30-10:50AM BUS Introduction to Business 3.0 TTH 8:00-9:20AM BUS Introduction to Business 3.0 TTH 9:30-10:50AM BUS 110 NT1 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS 110 NT2 Introduction to Business 3.0 BUS Business Law I 3.0 TTH 1:30-2:50PM BUS 115 NT1 Business Law I 3.0 BUS 115 NT2 Business Law I 3.0 CHM Introduction to Chemistry (P) 3.0 TTH 9:30-10:50AM Students must also register for CHM 131A/01. CHM 131A 01 Intro to Chemistry Lab (P) 1.0 TTH 11:00AM-12:20PM Students must also register for CHM 131/01. CHM General Chemistry I (P) 4.0 MW 9:30AM-12:20PM CHM 151 HY1 General Chemistry I (P) 4.0 T 6:00-8:50PM CHM General Chemistry II (P) 4.0 MW 1:00-3:50PM CIS Introduction to Computers 3.0 TTH 9:30-11:20AM CIS Introduction to Computers 3.0 MW 2:00-3:50PM CIS 110 HY1 Introduction to Computers 3.0 F 10:00-11:20AM CIS 110 HY2 Introduction to Computers 3.0 T 1:30-2:50PM CIS 110 HY3 Introduction to Computers 3.0 M 6:00-7:20PM CIS 110 HY4 Introduction to Computers 3.0 W 6:00-7:20PM CIS 110 HY5 Introduction to Computers 3.0 TH 1:30-2:50PM CIS 110 NT1 Introduction to Computers 3.0 CIS 110 NT2 Introduction to Computers 3.0 CIS 110 NT3 Introduction to Computers 3.0 CIS 110 NT4 Introduction to Computers 3.0 CIS 110 NT5 Introduction to Computers 3.0 COM 110 HY1 Introduction to Communication 3.0 T 6:00-7:20PM COM 231 HY1 Public Speaking (P) 3.0 T 6:00-7:20PM COM 231 HY2 Public Speaking (P) 3.0 TH 6:00-7:20PM ECO 151 NT1 Survey of Economics 3.0 ECO Prin of Microeconomics (P) 3.0 MW 10:00-11:20AM ECO Prin of Microeconomics (P) TTH 9:30-10:50AM ECO 251 NT1 Prin of Microeconomics (P) 3.0 ENG Expository Writing (P) 3.0 MW 8:00-9:20AM ENG Expository Writing (P) 3.0 TTH 2:00-3:20PM ENG Expository Writing (P) 3.0 M 1:00-3:50PM ENG Expository Writing (P) 3.0 TTH 11:00AM-12:20PM ENG Expository Writing (P) 3.0 TTH 1:30-2:50PM (continued) 20 Fall 2015 Curriculum Schedule

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