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1 SCHEDULE MINERAL AREA COLLEGE Spring/Summer 2015 Park Hills, Missouri n (573) n (855) MAC-4YOU YEARS

2 IMPORTANT DATES (SPRING) SPRING 2015 DATE DAY EVENT Jan. 2 Fri. Register through the 2nd meeting day of classes. Classes begin Jan.12. Jan. 5 Mon. 25% of tuition/fees due or approved financial aid on file or classes will be dropped Jan. 6 Tue. Spring textbook sales begin, including on-line order pick-up. Check with Outreach Centers for book sales dates Jan. 9 Fri. Last day to change from credit/audit for 16-week term and 1st 8-week term Jan. 12 Mon. 16-week and 1st 8-week terms begin Jan. 12 Mon. Senior Scholar registration-park Hills, Student Services Jan Mon.-Tues. Late (walk-in) registration Jan. 12 Mon. Mon. evening classes begin Jan. 13 Tue. Last day to enroll in M/W/F day class - evening classes enroll up to second class meeting Jan. 13 Tue. Last day to register via the web through MyMAC Jan. 13 Tue. Tue. evening classes begin Jan. 14 Wed. Last day to enroll T/Th class - evening classes may enroll up to 2nd class meeting Jan. 14 Wed. Last day to register for telecourse or web classes Jan. 14 Wed. Wed. evening classes begin Jan. 15 Thur. Thur. evening classes begin Jan. 15 Thur. Payment in full due in order to prevent a non-refundable $25 payment plan enrollment fee, potential late fees, or service charges Jan. 16 Fri. Last day for full textbook refund Jan. 17 Sat. Sat. classes begin Jan. 19 Mon. Martin Luther King Jr. Day - no classes; offices closed Jan. 23 Fri. Graduation applications due to the Registrar by 4 pm Feb. 12 Thur. Census Date Feb. 13 Fri. Mid-term grades for the 1st 8-week term available on the web through MyMAC Feb. 16 Mon. President s Day - no day or evening classes; offices closed Feb. 23 Mon. Last day to drop a 1st 8-week class and receive a grade of W Feb. 23 Mon. Registration for Summer classes begins and continues through the first meeting day of classes. Summer classes begin Jun. 1. Feb Mon.-Tues. Registration for currently enrolled students with at least 30 semester hours earned Feb. 24 Tue. Graduation Seminar 12:30 pm & 6 pm - Rice Lecture Hall A Feb. 25 Wed. Graduation Seminar 12:00 noon - Rice Lecture Hall A Feb Wed.-Fri. Summer registration for currently enrolled (Spring 2015) students. Mar. 2 Mon. Graduation Seminar 10 am - Rice Lecture Hall A Mar. 2 Mon. Exit exam 9 am & 1 pm - Room AS101 Arts & Science only Mar. 2 Mon. Summer open registration begins 2 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

3 SPRING 2015 (Continued) (SPRING) IMPORTANT DATES DATE DAY EVENT Mar. 3 Tue. Exit exam 9 am; 1 pm; 4 pm - Room AS101 Career & Tech only Mar. 6 Fri. Last day to be measured for commencement caps and gowns at bookstore Mar. 6 Fri. 1st 8-week term ends Mar. 6 Fri. Last day to change from credit/audit for 2nd 8-week term Mar Mon.-Sat. Spring Break - no day or evening classes; offices closed Mar. 16 Mon. 2nd 8-week term begins Mar. 16 Mon. Exit exam 9 am & 1 pm - Room AS101 Career & Tech only Mar. 17 Tue. Exit exam 9 am & 1 pm - Room AS101 Arts & Science only Mar. 18 Wed. Grades available on the web through MyMAC for 1st 8-week term Mar. 20 Fri. Mid-Term grades for the 16-week term available on the web through MyMAC Mar. 23 Mon. Fall 2015 schedules available in print and on the web at Mar. 23 Mon. Exit exam 9 am; 1 pm; 4 pm - Room AS101 Arts & Science only Mar. 24 Tue. Exit exam 9 am; 1 pm; 4 pm - Room AS101 Career & Tech only Mar. 30 Mon. Exit exam 9 am & 1 pm - Room AS101 Career & Tech only Mar. 30 Mon. Registration for Fall 2015 classes begins Mar. 30-Mar. 31 Mon.-Tue. Registration for Fall classes for currently enrolled (Spring 2015) students with at least 30 semester hours earned Mar. 31 Tue. Exit exam 9 am; 1 pm; 4 pm - Room AS101 Arts & Science only Apr. 1 Wed. Registration for Fall classes for currently enrolled (Spring 2015) students Apr. 1 Wed. Exit exam 9 am; 1 pm; 4 pm - Room AS101 Career & Tech only Apr. 3-4 Fri.-Sat. Spring Holiday - no day or evening classes; offices closed Apr. 6 Mon. Fall 2015 open registration begins Apr. 15 Wed. Last day to drop a 16-week class and receive a grade of W Apr. 17 Fri. Mid-term grades for 2nd 8-week term available on the web through MyMAC Apr. 21 Tue. Professional Development Day - no day or evening classes; offices closed May 1 Fri. Last day to drop a 2nd 8-week class and receive a grade of W May 5 Tue. Last T/Th class May 8 Fri. Commencement rehearsal 3 pm May 8 Fri. Last M/W/F class May 9 Sat. Commencement 10:30 am May & 18 Mon.-Fri. & Mon. Book buy-backs in the book store from 7:30 am-7 pm May 15 Fri. Last date to pay MAC before sending account balances to collection agency May 16 Sat. 2nd 8-week and 16-week term ends May 18 Mon. Final grades due 10 am May 22 Fri. Grades available on the web through MyMAC 16-week and 2nd 8-week terms May 25 Mon. Memorial Day Holiday - no day or evening classes; offices closed Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 3

4 IMPORTANT DATES (SUMMER) SUMMER 2015 DATE DAY EVENT Feb. 23 Mon. Registration for Summer classes begins and continues through the first meeting day of classes. Classes begin Jun. 1. Feb Mon.-Tues. Registration for currently enrolled students with at least 30 semester hours earned. Feb Wed.-Fri. Summer registration for currently enrolled (Spring 2015) students Mar. 2 Mon. Summer open registration begins May 18 Mon. 25% of tuition/fees due or approved financial aid on file or classes will be dropped May 28 Thur. Summer textbook sales begin check Outreach Centers for book sales dates May 29 Fri. Last day to change from credit/audit for 8-week, 6-week, and 1st 4-week term Jun. 1 Mon. First day of classes; late (walk-in) registration 8 am 4:30 pm Jun. 1 Mon. 8-week, 6-week, and 1st 4-week terms begin Jun. 1 Mon. Senior Scholar registration - Park Hills, Student Services Jun. 1 Mon. Last day to register via the web through MyMAC Jun. 1 Mon. Last day to register for telecourse and web classes Jun. 5 Fri. Last day for full textbook refund Jun. 5 Fri. Graduation applications due to the Registrar by 3 pm Jun. 15 Mon. Census Date Jun. 22 Mon. Last day to drop a 1st 4-week class and receive a grade of W Jun. 26 Fri. Summer 2015 balances are due in order to prevent service charges Jun. 26 Fri. 1st 4-week term ends Jun. 26 Fri. Last day to change from credit/audit for 2nd 4-week term Jun. 29 Mon. 2nd 4-week term begins July 3 & 4 Fri. & Sat. Independence Day- no day or evening classes; offices closed July 6 Mon. Last day to drop a 6-week class and receive a grade of W July 7 Tue. Grades available on the web through MyMAC for 1st 4-week term July 7 Tue. Mid-Term grades available on the web through MyMAC July 13 Mon. 6-week term ends July 13 Mon. Last day to drop an 8-week class and receive a grade of W July 20 Mon. Last day to drop a 2nd 4-week class and receive a grade of W July 21 Tue. Grades available on the web (MyMAC) for 6-week term July 23, 24, & 27 Thurs., Fri. & Mon. Book buy-backs in the bookstore from 7:30 am-7 pm July 27 Mon. 8-week and 2nd 4-week terms ends July 28 Tue. Last date to pay MAC before sending account balances to collection agency July 28 Tue. Final grades due 10 am July 30 Thur. Grades available on the web through MyMAC 4 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

5 IMPORTANT DATES FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE, MY MAC Final Exam Schedule SPRING 2015 DAY CLASSES Exam Date & Time Mon., May 11 Tues., May 12 Wed., May 13 Thurs., May 14 Fri., May 15 8:00-9:40 10:00-11:40 12:00-1:40 2:00-3:40 4:00-5:40 8:00 MW/MWF classes 10:00 MW/MWF classes 1:00 MW/MWF classes 3:00 MW/MWF classes 5:00 MW/MWF classes 8:00 or 8:30 TR classes 11:00 or 11:30 TR classes 12:00 or 12:30 TR classes 3:00 or 3:30 TR classes Log Summer In final exams to MyMAC will be given the at last day of classes. Search and Enroll in Classes, Pay Your Tuition, Check Your Financial Aid New students can apply and returning students can update their application information online at Once accepted, students can search and register for classes, pay tuition, and access academic and personal information through MyMAC, the student portal, using their MAC student ID number and password. Initially, passwords are randomly created by the student information system. Students will be prompted to change their password when logging in for the first time. MyMAC operates in a secure environment. For assistance, please call the Registrar s Office at (573) or 2130 or Access Student ID Number and Reset Password To access your student ID number, go to the MyMAC page. Click on Access Your User Name/ID link under Login Information, enter your Social Security Number and click Generate Report. A new window will open with your ID number. This ID number is your username for log-in purposes. To access your password, go to the MyMAC page. Click on Access Your Password under Login Information, enter the last 4 digits of your social, ID number, and year of birth and click Generate Report. A new window will open with your password. After logging into your MyMAC account you can change your 7 or 7:30 MW/MWF classes 12:00 or 12:30 MW/MWF classes 2:00 or 2:30 MW/MWF classes 4:00 MW/ MWF classes 9:00 or 9:30 TR classes 10:00 or 10:30 TR classes 1:00 or 1:30 TR classes 2:00 or 2:30 TR classes 5:00 TR classes EVENING & SATURDAY FINALS EXAM SCHEDULE Mon., May 11 Monday Evening Classes Thurs., May 14 Thursday Evening Classes Tues., May 5 Tuesday Evening Classes Fri., May 15 Friday Evening Classes Wed., May 6 Wednesday Evening Classes Sat., May 16 Saturday Evening Classes SUMMER 2015 This schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather during the semester. 9:00 or 9:30 MW/MWF classes 11:00 MW/MWF classes password by clicking on Personal Info in the log-in box and clicking on the tab Password. The password must be between 4-10 characters. Please note: Changing your MyMAC password will not affect your MAC or campus computer account passwords. Those accounts will use the default password until changed by the student. Reserve and Buy Textbooks Spring textbooks are available online on or about Dec. 1. Spring textbook sales at the Bookstore (including online order pick-up) begin Jan. 6. Summer textbooks are available online on or about May 1. Summer textbook sales at the Bookstore (including online order pick-up) begin May 21. The last day to return fall textbooks for a full refund is Jan. 16 for Spring and June 5 for Summer. Students can check the price or order textbooks online. A student s course schedule is required to buy textbooks. Payment is expected at the time of purchase. The bookstore accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and approved financial aid discounts. Find Weather-Related Cancellations Visit MAC s homepage for class cancellations or consult the media listed in this schedule (see Inclement Weather Policy). Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 5

6 PROGRAMS TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Dates, Final Exams, MyMAC, Programs Admission, Advising, Registration, Financial Aid General Information, Grades, Inclement Weather Distance Education, Alternative Classes How to Read the Schedule of Classes...15 SPRING CLASSES...16 CMU, MBU, UMSL Outreach Center Numbers, Information...64 Information Subject to Change Although Mineral Area College strives for accuracy, the college retains the right to cancel courses or programs, change instructors, times and/or locations of classes. All information in this schedule book and online is subject to change without notice, including tuition and fees. Consult edu for updates. For more information on college policies, amenities, organizations and services, please consult the MAC Student Handbook and Planner, available in the MAC Bookstore. For information on degree plans, course descriptions, and college policies, please consult the MAC Catalog, available online and in Student Services. Accreditation MAC is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Accreditation, along with transfer agreements with four-year colleges and universities, assures the value of credits earned at MAC. Degrees and Certificates MAC offers classes and programs leading to two-year degrees (Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching, Associate of General Studies, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science) and one-year certificates. Students can choose general education courses that will transfer to four-year institutions or they can pursue a one or two-year career/technical program to prepare them for entering the job market directly. The list follows: Associate of Arts in Teaching Areas of Concentration Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary, and Special Education. Associate of Arts Fields of Study Art, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, English, Foreign Language, General Studies, History, Information Systems, Communications, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Social Studies, Social Work, Speech, Theatre Arts, Pre-Architecture, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Forestry, Pre-Journalism, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy Associate of Applied Science Majors Agribusiness, Automotive Technology*, Automotive Collision Technology*, Business Computer Programming, Business Management (Accounting, Banking and Finance, Microcomputers), Child Development, Computer Networking, Construction/Building Technology*, Criminal Justice Options (Correctional Administration, Forensic Investigation, Judicial Administration, Law Enforcement, Security Management), Design and Wood Manufacturing* (formerly Cabinetmaking), Digital Media Technology* (formerly Radio/TV Broadcasting Production Technology), Electrical Technology*, Electrical/Electronics Technology, Engineering Technology (Civil Architecture, Design Drafting, Manufacturing), Fire Science Technology, Graphic Arts/Printing Technology*, Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology*, Horticulture (Landscape Design and Greenhouse Management, Turfgrass Management), Industrial Maintenance, Machine Tool Technology*, Office Systems Technology (Administrative Assistant, Medical Coding), Paramedic Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, Renewable Energy Technology, Skilled Trades Technology**, Welding Technology* Associate of Science Majors Advanced Placement (RN) Hybrid, Associate Degree Nursing (RN), Paramedic to RN Bridge, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy* Certificates Academic Global Studies (must be earned with an Associate degree) Career and Technical Automotive Technology*, Automotive Collision Technology*, Business Management, Child Development, Child Development Associate, Civil Construction*, Computer-Aided Design and Drafting, Computer Networking, Construction/Building Technology*, Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement, Design and Wood Manufacturing* (formerly Cabinetmaking), Digital Media Technology* (formerly Radio/TV Broadcasting Production Technology), Electrical Technology, Electrical/Electronic Technology, Emergency Medical Technician, Fire Science, Graphic Arts/ Printing Technology*, Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology*, Horticulture, Industrial Maintenance, Law Enforcement Academy, Machine Tool Technology*, Manufacturing Technology, Office Systems Technology (Administrative Assistant, Medical Coding) Paramedic Technology, Practical Nursing, Renewable Energy Technology, Welding Technology* *Collaborative program. Contact Career & Technical Education Dean for locations. **Denotes a degree or certificate offered in collaboration with the United States Department of Labor and Bureau of Apprenticeship program. Mineral Area College is a publicly supported, comprehensive community college established to serve residents of the Mineral Area Community College District. The college endorses and implements a policy of equal opportunity in employment and admission to its programs and services for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, marital or parental status, age, disability or status as a disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era, or sexual orientation. For more information, call the Title VI, Title IX, Sec. 504 and ADA coordinator at (573) or U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Civil Rights. 6 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

7 ADMISSION, ADVISING, REGISTRATION ADMISSION MAC is open to all high school graduates and non-graduates who are 16 and older, and provides higher education to everyone who can benefit from its programs and courses. Some programs of instruction require specific qualifications. Admission to the college does not guarantee acceptance into a particular course or program. Consult the catalog for specific information on college policies. REGISTRATION Student Categories, Steps to Enrollment Steps to Enrollment Continuing Students A Continuing Student is currently enrolled at MAC and has not had a break in enrollment (excluding summer session). Step 1 - Register early through MyMAC. (See the Calendar of Important Dates for registration dates.) You can register online at in person at the registration counter or with an advisor. Step 2 - Make sure you have cleared all holds on your student account. Step 3 - If you need help with registration, please schedule a meeting with your advisor. Questions? Contact the Registrar s Office at (573) or (573) or Step 4 - If you ve moved, please update your address online Do You Live In the District? at MyMAC or submit a change of address form to the Business Office or Student Services. Students at outreach centers may obtain the appropriate form from the outreach center director. Step 5 - If you ve moved from an outof-district address to an in-district address, TUITION Mineral Area College tuition rates are as follows: In-District...$97 Resident Rate per cr. hr. Out-of-District...$131 Resident Rate per cr. hr. Out-of-State...$175 Resident Rate per cr. hr. Rates subject to change. you will need to submit proof of residency to the Business Office. Refer to Residency Requirements in this booklet. Questions? Contact the Business Office at (573) or Steps to Enrollment First Time, Returning, Transfer, Dual Enrollment or International Students A First-Time Student is an applicant who has not completed any college-level coursework since high school graduation. Students who complete summer coursework after high school graduation, but who have already been admitted to the college, are still considered first-time freshmen. A Returning Student is an applicant who has previously earned at least one hour of credit at MAC. A Transfer Student is an applicant who attended another institution of higher education after high school graduation before applying to MAC. A Dual Enrollment Student is a student who is a junior or senior (at least age 16) and enrolls in MAC classes while attending high school. An International Student An applicant who is a citizen of a country other than the United States. Consult the current MAC Catalog or for details. Please follow the following steps: Step 1 All new students must complete a MAC application for admission and pay a one-time, non-refundable $15 application fee. Returning students must complete a returning student application. Step 2 - Apply for Financial Aid at This is required for A+ and most scholarships (except high school students who are Dually Enrolled). Step 3 - Request official high school, HiSET/GED scores, and all college transcripts, if applicable, be sent directly to MAC. Step 4 - Your ACT or Compasss scores must be on file at MAC before you can enroll. ACT and Compass scores are Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 7

8 ADMISSION, ADVISING, REGISTRATION used to place students in the appropriate English, reading, and math courses. Call Tippi Seals, (573) , for more information. If you did not have your scores sent to MAC when you took the ACT, ask your high school counselor if your scores are on your transcript, which MAC will accept. If your high school does not list scores on transcripts contact: American College Testing Program P. O. Box 168 Iowa City, Iowa MAC s code is There is a fee for this service. Step 5 - Once all admissions documents are received, you will be admitted and sent registration information. An academic advisor will help you plan your class schedule and answer questions concerning your education. All admission data must be submitted before you are eligible to meet with an advisor to register for classes. Steps to Enrollment - Senior Scholar A Senior Scholar is a resident 65 years and older who would like to register for free courses (tuition only) on a noncredit basis. Step 1 Complete a MAC application for admission and pay a one-time, non-refundable, $15 application fee.* Step 2 Check your desired course for space availability. Step 3 - Make sure you meet the prerequisites for the course. Step 4 Register for class and show proof of age and service-region residency in the Student Services area. See the Calendar of Important Dates at the beginning of this booklet for registration dates. For more information, call (573) *While tuition is waived, senior scholars are responsible for a one-time admissions fee, textbooks, lab fees, and other course materials. ADVISEMENT & ASSESSMENT Students are assigned a faculty advisor based on their major. Advisor and major changes may be made upon request to the Registrar s Office. Advisement is a joint responsibility between advisors and students. Students are expected to follow college policies as stated in the catalog and are responsible for knowing the requirements for a degree or certificate. Advisors guide students toward accepting responsibility for academic decision-making. Evening Advisement Counselors are available for student appointments and dropins from 4-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Contact Tippi Seals, (573) , Mike Easter (573) , or Mark Easter (573) or drop by Student Services. Testing Options PLACEMENT TESTS The ACT is the preferred test for placement at MAC and is administered in September, October, December, February, April and June of each year. MAC also offers the Compass examination for students unable to complete the ACT before registration. The Compass test is un-timed and taken on the computer; computer skills are unnecessary to take the test. It is extremely user-friendly and much less stressful than traditional tests. The Compass measures skills in reading, writing and math; the results are used to place students in the appropriate levels of English and math courses. Students may take Compass more than once and they may take the entire battery or any of the three subject area tests. The fee for three subjects is $20, two subjects are $15, and any single test is $10. HiSET (High School Equivalency Test-formerly GED) Beginning January 2014, Missouri s new high school equivalency test is the HiSET. The test is $95, which includes the $60 registration fee and $7 for each of the five test sections. Since it is given in sections, examinees will not have to complete the entire test at one time. The $60 registration fee lets people test three times during a 12-month period. Examinees who do not pass the test the first time can retake the entire test or any of the test sections two more times within the 12-month period after paying an additional $7 per-section fee. Students can create an account and register for testing at www. hse.mo.gov. MoGEA (Formerly CBase) Beginning September 2013, the Missouri General Education Assessment was adopted which requires students to demonstrate basic general education competencies before they are admitted to an educator preparation program. The MoGEA testing fee is $49 for all five subtests or $25 for a single subtest. There is an additional fee of $5 per subtest payable to MAC before 4 p.m. the Wednesday before testing. Register for testing at www. Mo.nesinc.com. CERTIFICATION TESTING MAC is an authorized testing center for professional and technology certification testing through Pearson Vue, Castle Worldwide, Iso-Quality Testing, NOCTI, WorkKeys and ISCET testing services. Fees and testing times depend on the type of certification testing. PROCTORING DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE TESTS By arrangement, MAC provides proctoring for course exams through distance education courses for various universities for a fee of $15 per hour. EXIT EXAMINATION The Exit Exam (Proficiency Profile) is administered to all Arts & Sciences, degree-seeking graduates of MAC. The Career & Technical Education degree and certificate graduates are given the WorkKeys Career Readiness Assessment as their Exit Exam. They must also complete a technical skills assessment unless their program 8 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

9 FINANCIAL AID, PAYMENT, TUITION requires a licensure examination in their career program. This requirement must be completed before graduation. There are no fees for these tests. Information regarding these tests is available on MyMAC under the Testing tab. All tests will be in Room AS115 on the Park Hills campus. Please see the Calendar of Important Dates at the beginning of this schedule booklet for Exit Examination dates. To Schedule a Test If you would like to schedule or pay for a test, go to the Testing tab on MyMAC and follow the instructions or contact Tippi Seals at (573) Students should arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time of the test. A photo ID is required. FINANCIAL AID MAC participates in many types of student financial aid programs and we are committed to helping you find funds to attend college. For help, contact the Financial Aid Office at (573) or Financial aid is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and part-time, on-campus employment for those who qualify. Most awards are based on financial need, but certain scholarships may have other eligibility requirements. The Financial Aid Office offers a publication to explain financial aid opportunities at When and How To Seek Financial Aid You should apply for aid at least six weeks before the semester in which you plan to attend. Late applications will be processed, but funds are limited and late application may affect the amount of aid available to you. If you wish to be considered for financial aid, apply first for admission to MAC and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid form at (school code ). You will need to complete the aid form each year you are in school. For Spring semester, file your application no later than Dec. 1. Late applications will be accepted, but you will be required to pay for tuition, fees, books and other expenses up front and receive reimbursement later if eligible. PAYMENT POLICIES, PAYMENT, TUITION RATES Payment Policy Information Students can pay tuition and fees through the student portal, MyMAC, at Questions about your account? Call (573) or or from your MAC account to Spring 2015 last date to pay balance not to incur payment plan fees, etc: Jan. 15, Spring 2015 last date to pay MAC before account is sent to collections: May 15, Summer 2015 last date to pay balance not to incur service charges, etc: June 26, Summer 2015 last date to pay MAC before account is sent to collections: July 28, For Spring 2015, the following deadlines will apply: January 5, 2015, 25% of all tuition and fees is due or approved financial aid must be on file with the Business Office. Schedules will be cancelled (classes dropped) for students who miss this deadline. Students who enroll in classes after Jan. 5 will be required to pay 25% of tuition and fees at the time of enrollment unless approved financial aid is on file with the Business Office. Payment in full must be received by Jan. 15 not to incur a non-refundable $25 payment plan enrollment fee. Once placed on a payment plan, payment(s) will be due Feb. 2, Mar. 2, and Apr. 1. Payments received after the payment due date(s) will incur a monthly late fee of $15. Service charges of.75% (less than 1%) will also apply each month on the unpaid balance. The deadline to pay for Spring 2015 in order to avoid being turned over to a collection agency is May 16, 2015 and summer is July 28, After this date, all unpaid balances will incur a $25 collection fee, be turned over to collections, and be subject to MO State Tax Interception. MAC offers payment plans for the spring and fall semesters. No payment plans are available for summer semesters. For Summer 2015, the following deadlines will apply: May 18, 2015, 25% of all tuition and fees is due or approved financial aid must be on file with the Business Office. Schedules will be cancelled (classes dropped) for students who miss this deadline. Summer 2015 balances are due by June 26 not to incur service charges. Students who have unpaid balances will be placed on hold and will not be allowed to do any of the following until the hold is removed: enroll in courses, obtain a transcript, receive a diploma or certificate, or access certain areas of MyMAC. Refunds, Debit Cards MAC uses Heartland Payment Systems Acceluraid program as the means by which all refunds are given, including cash overpayments or excess financial aid. Acceluraid will be issued to students in the form of a MAC school-branded Discover prepaid debit card, rather than a paper check. It is important that you activate your card immediately. Any excess financial aid funds will be deposited to the card and may be used anywhere Discover is accepted, including campus services such as dining, vending, printing, bookstore Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 9

10 PAYMENT, TUITION, REFUND and more, as well as for online bill pay and free withdrawals from the Heartland ATM machine on the Park Hills campus. Acceluraid gives students convenient access to financial aid funds and provides students with a dedicated website to access balance information, transaction history, and more. If you have difficulty using your MAC Discover Debit card or if you need a replacement card, call Acceluraid at (866) TUITION RATES To receive the in-district tuition rate, you or your parent (if you are a dependent) will be required to document residency within the college s taxing district. The burden of proof of eligibility for in-district tuition rests solely with you. Presence within the taxing district for a minimum of the immediate past 12 consecutive months and proof of intent to make the taxing district a permanent home are the first criteria. More information for proving in-district residency is available in the Business Office. PAYMENT OPTIONS Online... If you are a currently enrolled student, you may pay online through MyMAC with American Express, Visa, MasterCard or Discover. By Mail... Pay by Check Do not send cash (for your protection). Make checks payable to MAC. Write your student ID number on all payments to ensure your account is credited. Write the student s name on the payment if different from the name on the check and mail to: Mineral Area College ATTN: Business Office P. O. Box 1000 Park Hills, MO Your cancelled check is your receipt. Checks must be for the exact total and must be received by the Business Office by the published deadline. Two-party checks will NOT be accepted. A $25 fee is charged for each check returned by a banking institution. Returned checks not taken care of within ten days will be turned over to the Prosecuting Attorney s Office. In Person... Pay by check Follow the same procedure as if paying by mail, except present your check in person to the Business Office according to the published deadlines. Pay with cash The college accepts cash for payments. However, to protect yourself, do not send cash through the mail. Pay in person if you wish to pay by cash. Pay by credit or debit card MAC accepts American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Discover. By Telephone... You may call the Business Office at (573) or and pay with a debit or credit card. REFUND POLICY INFORMATION Refunds for dropped courses or withdrawal from the college are based on the percentage of the term completed. Refunds vary depending on the length of the term for which a student is enrolled and is based on calendar days. A regular term is 16 weeks, however, some courses are offered in terms that are less than 16 weeks. The student billing system will calculate the refund due based on the time of day a drop is processed. The most common refunds for the spring and summer semesters are calculated utilizing the chart below: Length of Term Semester Calendar Refund in Weeks Days Elapsed Due 16 1 through 7 100% 8 through 13 75% 14 through 20 50% 21 through 27 25% 10 1 through 4 100% 5 through 8 75% 9 through 13 50% 14 through 17 25% 8 1 through 3 100% 4 through 7 75% 8 through 10 50% 11 through 13 25% 4 1 through 2 100% 3 through 3 75% 4 through 5 50% 6 through 7 25% GENERAL INFORMATION Campus Bookstore Students can check prices or order textbooks online by going to and clicking the Bookstore tab. Spring textbooks will be available online on approximately Dec. 1; for summer, approximately May 1. Spring textbook sales (including online order pick-up) begin Jan. 6; for summer, May 21. A student s class schedule is required to buy textbooks. Textbooks may also be available for purchase at the outreach centers. Please check with that campus for book sale dates. Payment is expected at the time of purchase. The Bookstore 10 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

11 accepts cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover, and approved financial aid accounts. It is recommended to purchase course books for Web classes from the Bookstore to insure receiving the proper access codes and professor s instructions. The Bookstore also carries reference materials, software, college supplies, gift items, and college merchandise. The last day to return spring books for a full refund is Jan. 16; for summer, June 5. A receipt is required for refunds. Refund policies and deadlines are provided at the time of purchase. The MAC Bookstore, located in the Student Center, is open from 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday-Thursday and 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday. Saturdays are by notice only. Change of Name, Address or Major To change your name, address or major, complete the appropriate form available online, in Student Services or with any outreach center coordinator. Name changes may be entered online; however, appropriate documentation must be submitted in person. College Park Room & Board College Park, MAC s on-campus student housing complex, offers students the best of both worlds, combining on-campus convenience with the benefits of apartment-style floor plans and flexibility. College Park s live-in assistant director, resident assistants and security help students achieve academic success and enjoy a safe collegiate experience. Located on the Park Hills campus, College Park gives students convenient access to classes and resources, and a safe environment in which to meet people and entertain friends. Research indicates that students living on campus have a better opportunity for growth and success. Individual room and board agreements are offered on the furnished two- and four-bedroom apartments, with the required choice of a 12- or 15-meal per week food service plan. Meals are served in the Cardinals Nest at regularly-scheduled times. Other amenities include pool, barbecue pavilion, sand volleyball courts, Internet hook-up, on-premise laundry and computer lab. Residents are required to register their vehicle with College Park s office at move-in or when they acquire a new/different verhicle throughout the semesters. Parking tags are issued for residents at no cost. For more information, call College Park, (573) , or visit the College Park office at 112 Dixie Kohn Drive on the Park Hills campus. GENERAL INFORMATION Dropping/Withdrawing From Classes, Change of Class Schedule, Dropping a Class After the second meeting of spring classes and after the first day of summer classes, no classes may be added without the appropriate dean s permission. Contact Student Services to add or drop classes. Students enrolled at outreach centers should contact the outreach center coordinator. Courses dropped during the first 12.5 percent of the semester are not entered on the student s permanent record. After 12.5 percent of a semester or term students must follow the regular withdrawal procedures to drop a class up to the time that 75 percent of the term or semester is completed. Regardless of whether a student was passing or failing at the time, a W (Withdrawal) will be entered on the record. Any drop after 75 percent of a term has passed will result in a grade of F. The withdrawal slip must be submitted and processed within the first 75 percent of the term. Refer to the current academic calendar to determine the date when classes may be dropped with a grade of W. Withdrawing from College, Dropping All Classes When a student stops attending all classes or drops the only class in which he or she is enrolled, a Withdrawal/Exit Form must be submitted to the Registrar s Office or to the Outreach Centers in person. A student cannot withdraw from all classes online. Failure to properly drop or withdraw from classes may result in the assignment of F grades for those classes and owing money to the college To withdraw from the college (all classes), the student must: 1. Complete a Withdrawal/Exit Form. 2. Submit the Withdrawal/Exit Form to the Registrar s Office prior to the deadline dates. 4. If entitled to a refund, wait for any refund due to be posted to your MAC debit card by the Business Office. When a student withdraws from a class or from MAC, a W will appear on the record whether the student was passing or failing at the time. The withdrawal slip must be fully processed within the first 75 percent of the term. Dropping/Withdrawing from Classes: Things to Consider 1. Your financial aid may be affected. Check with the financial aid office to find out how dropping/withdrawing may impact your financial aid. 2. You may need to be enrolled full-time for insurance Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 11

12 GENERAL INFORMATION purposes. Check with your insurance carrier. 3. You should talk to your instructor, advisor, and the financial aid office before dropping/withdrawing from classes. Drop for Non-Attendance Students may be dropped for non-attendance from a course due to excessive absences. MAC policy states a student MAY be dropped after two weeks of consecutive absences which occur during the first 75 percent of the term. Faculty members may define excessive absence differently, such as three absences per semester for specific courses. Refer to the course syllabus for more information regarding absences from specific courses. Students are advised to drop class(es) themselves if they are not planning on attending. Enrollment Verification If you need verification of enrollment for the current semester, complete a verification request form available online or in Student Services. This form must include the student s signature. Verification of enrollment forms are processed after classes have met for a minimum of one week Grades Students may access their unofficial transcript and view their grades online at MyMAC. Grade reports are not mailed to students. See the Calendar of Important Dates for grade deadlines/availability. Repeating a Course A student who receives a grade of C or below in a course may repeat the course to raise his/her grade point average if the course is still offered at MAC. When a course is repeated, the first grade remains on the transcript, but only the latter grade will calculate into your grade point average and apply to your degree. Students may not repeat a course that is a prerequisite for a course that was already completed with a C or better. For example, if a student receives a C in MAT1130 and subsequently completes MAT1230 in a following term with a C, the student is not allowed to repeat MAT1130. Graduation Application Students are responsible for applying for graduation; the college does not automatically award degrees or certificates. The graduation application is available online, in Student Services and from any outreach center coordinator. The graduation application and a completed degree or certificate plan must be submitted to the Registrar s Office by the deadlines published in the Calendar of Important Dates at the beginning of this booklet. All degree/certificate applicants are charged a one-time, non-refundable, $50 graduation processing fee per degree, due at the time of application. A separate application must be filed for each degree or certificate whether they are earned during the same or different semesters. If two degrees or certificates are earned at the same time, the graduation fee for the second award is $10. If the second degree or certificate is earned in another semester, the $50 graduation processing fee must be paid each semester that a degree is awarded. Graduation seminars are held each semester to inform participants about the graduation ceremony, exit requirements for various programs, and the exit exam, among other topics. An will be sent to potential graduates from the director of assessment regarding the seminar dates and times, which are also posted on MyMAC. Commencement exercises are held in May for students completing certificates and AA, AAT, AGS, AAS and AS degrees. Tickets are required for all guests attending commencement. Summer and Fall graduates will receive an invitation to participate in commencement. Spring graduates will receive commencement information at the graduation seminars and by . Four to six weeks after the end of the term in which students graduate, the appropriate dean s office will mail diplomas to the addresses provided on the Application for Graduation Candidacy. Students must complete the Commencement Participation form in order to participate in commencement. The form is available online, at the Bookstore and in Student Services. Forms should be turned in by March 6 to the bookstore, Student Services receptionist, or mailed to the address on the form. For more information regarding commencement, or call (573) The Exit Exam (Proficiency Profile) is required of all Arts & Sciences, degree-seeking graduates. The Career & Technical Education degree and certificate graduates are given the WorkKeys Career Readiness Assessment as their Exit Exam. They must also complete a technical skills assessment (TSA) unless their program requires a licensure examination. This requirement must be completed before graduation. There are no fees for these tests. Information is available on MyMAC under the Testing tab. The assessment director will notify students of the exam dates, which will also be posted on MyMAC. Call (573) or if you have questions. A graduation application may be withdrawn by writing the Registrar s Office. Once withdrawn from or disapproved for graduation, a student must reapply. However, the application fee will transfer to a future term. Call (573) if you have questions regarding graduation. I.D. Cards Student photo identification cards are available in the Bookstore at the time of textbook purchase. Returning students may have their cards validated. 12 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

13 Inclement Weather Policy College officials urge students to use good judgment with regard to driving conditions. If weather conditions deteriorate to warrant the cancellation of day classes, every effort will be made to notify the following Web sites and radio and TV stations by 7 a.m.: KDBB (104.3 FM) Park Hills KFMO (1240 AM) Park Hills KFVS (Ch. 12) Cape Girardeau KGIR (1220 AM) Cape Girardeau KGKS (93.9 FM) Cape Girardeau KJFF (1400 AM) Festus KMOV (Ch. 4) St. Louis KPWB (104.9 FM) Piedmont KREI (800 AM) Farmington KSDK (Ch. 5) St. Louis KTJJ (98.5 FM) Farmington KTTR (99.7 FM) Rolla KTVI (Ch. 2) St. Louis KZNN (105.3 FM) Rolla dailyjournalonline.com MAC ALERTS Textcasting (see Textcasting, MAC Alerts ) If the message is: MAC is closed, it means classes are cancelled and all offices are closed. If the message is: Classes at MAC are cancelled, it means classes are cancelled but offices are open. If the message is: MAC will be operating on a late schedule due to inclement weather, this means the campus will open and classes will begin at 11 a.m. Should this happen more than twice in a semester, morning classes before 11 a.m. will be made up at a later date. Offices are generally open at 8 a.m. Notification of dismissal for evening classes will be made to A B Technology Center Parking Legend Student A,B,C,D,E,F,G Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 1 Student Services, Business Office Allied Health Wing Greenhouse CAMPUS PARKING Arts & Sciences C.H. Cozean Library Robert E. Sechrest Sr. Field Wellness Center, House Bookstore, Athletic Offices C Shop Hal Loughary Baseball Field Fine Arts 2 F2 Trap & Skeet Range Upward Bound Talent North College Center Search 4 3 E D F Fine Arts Theater Adv. Mfg. Lab Public Safety Center G Missouri Department of Conservation Quarry Pond ALTERNATIVE COURSES the same media after 3 p.m. Do not call the radio stations. Phone lines must be kept open for official calls from the college and area schools. Textcasting, MAC Alerts MAC students can find out about school cancellations and other timely events and notifications such as early class dismissals, emergency information, and school event reminders, thanks to a textcasting and ing service provided by Belgrade State Bank. By visiting clicking the MAC Alerts link, and entering cell phone, wireless carrier, and address information, students can have alerts sent to their message boxes and cell phones as soon as the decision to close or delay classes is made. Parents of students can also sign up for the textcasting service. Students should check their cell phone plans for any text message fees their wireless provider may charge, but otherwise, sign-up is free. Parking-Main Campus Students should obtain a copy of MAC s Traffic and Parking Regulations pamphlet when they enroll. Parking regulations are enforced at all times. Students may park in any marked student parking lot (see map). No student is allowed to park in the faculty/staff parking lot. This action will result in a $25 fine for each offense. A complete list of parking and traffic offenses and fines is listed in the Traffic and Parking Regulations pamphlet. Students with disabilities must contact the Access Office, (573) , for a special permit. Questions about parking should be directed to the dean of students, (573) Wellness Center The Wellness Center is open to students and community members who enroll in a Wellness Center course. All students must report to the center within the first week of classes to obtain a syllabus and course information. ALTERNATIVE & DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES Internet/Web Courses Web courses are conducted online and do not require the student to travel to campus. However, students who take online courses which require proctored exams will take those exams in approved testing facilities. Online courses are designated in the course schedule booklet with a W (i.e., MAT1230AAW1) in the section number. Online courses allow students to complete college classes by logging on to those courses web pages to access assignments and to engage in online discussions. As part of the coursework, Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 13

14 ALTERNATIVE COURSES students must actively participate in the class by being actively and frequently engaged in discussion forums as required by instructors. Students must have reliable and consistent access to the web and should be on a broadband system as opposed to dial-up, which presents multiple problems to the user. They must have compatible software for the courses they are taking (Internet Explorer, for example). Students need competent computer skills and should have access to MAC . They need solid reading and writing skills, in addition to good organizational and time management skills. When searching for online courses, students may find that some courses have specific requirements outlined in the course details (Notes). These notes may indicate that students may be subject to a proctored final or may need specific software or additional equipment. Web classes usually demand more attention and time than traditional courses. Students who fail to meet participation, academic, or attendance requirements may receive a deduction in their final grade, a grade of F for the course, or may be dropped by their instructor(s). Students should refer to their class syllabi for individual class requirements. Students who enroll in online courses do not need to contact their instructors before the first day of class. Instead, students will receive a welcome and information from their instructor(s) by 8 a.m. on the first day of class. However, students are invited to contact their instructors beforehand if they have specific questions or concerns about the class. There is an additional fee for each Internet class taken. Hybrid Classes Hybrid classes are tailored for both online and traditional, face-to-face delivery. Up to 50% of instruction occurs online while the remaining instruction takes place in a traditional, face-to-face format. Hybrid courses are designated in the course schedule booklet with an H (i.e., EDU2200AAH1). Students should carefully read the schedule notes associated with hybrid classes to ensure they can attend all scheduled classroom sessions. For example, a three-credit hybrid course might meet every Monday afternoon from 2-2:50 while the remaining two hours of work would be completed online. In addition, students must have reliable and consistent access to the web, and they must have competent computer skills to do the required outside work. Syllabi and information will be given out at the first class meeting. However, students are invited to contact their instructors beforehand should they have specific questions or concerns about the class. There is an additional fee for each hybrid class. Interactive (ITV) Courses ITV courses originate at a home site,usually the main campus, and are delivered to area outreach centers using teleconferencing equipment. These courses are designated in the schedule booklet with an X (i.e., ENG1330AAX1). The instructor is located at the home site, and students are located at multiple off campus sites. They can see, hear, and communicate with the instructor and other students in real time. This is accomplished with classrooms that are specially equipped with cameras, microphones, and TV monitors. The class is conducted as with any traditional classroom setting, with the instructor making modifications in both the sending and receiving of paperwork: for example, handouts, essays, quizzes, and tests. The receiving class has a monitor available to aid the instructor as needed. ITV allows students to remain in a classroom setting and participate in a number of college courses they might not be able to take on campus due to travel restrictions, work schedules, or low enrollment. While ITV classes are not restricted to any group, high school students are the ones most likely to enroll in these classes. Telecourses A telecourse is a full-credit course in which content material is delivered by DVD lessons. This type of format allows students greater choice in viewing and study time. Most content is delivered in a documentary style format as opposed to a classroom lecture one. It is assumed that students who register for these courses have availability to the equipment needed (DVD player). These courses are designated in the schedule booklet with a T (i.e., PHS1230AAT1). Telecourses are supervised by MAC content instructors who may also provide assistance. Textbooks and guides are purchased at the campus bookstore. Some DVDs are imbedded within the texts while others may be checked out at the main campus library. Students receive a course syllabus with a schedule including assignments and due dates for taking tests. Students who take telecourses must possess good time management skills. Exams are normally given on campus in the MAC Testing Center although, upon request from individual student(s), tests may also be taken at the local outreach centers. Some courses offered as telecourses are Astronomy, Oceanography, School Health and Fire Science Technology. There is an additional fee for each telecourse. 14 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

15 CIS 1050 WI51 Introduction to Computers M 4:30 PM 7:10 PM WINONA Martin, K 3 $30 CIS AA01 AAW1 * Information Fundamentals Technology of Networking TRF 2:00 00:00 PM 3:15 00:00 PM AS WEB McMillian, Henson, AR 3 $115 $25/$45 IC3 Certification CIS AA01 * A+ Microcomputer Comp Repair Applications & Maint TR 12:30 8:00 PM AM 1:45 9:15 PM AM AS TC McMillian, Kline, T R 3 $25 $30 MS Office 2010 CIS AAH1 AA02 * Accounting Microcomputer on Microcomputer Applications TR 9:30 00:00 AM 10:45 00:00 AM HYBRID TC McMillian, Roberts-Simmons R 3 $45 $30 CIS1650AAH1 MS Office Quickbooks CIS HOW AAW1 AA03 * Fundamentals Microcomputer TO of Applications Networking READ MWF THE 9:00 00:00 AM 9:50 00:00 AM SCHEDULE WEB TC Henson, Roberts-Simmons A 3 $25/$45 $30 OF MS CLASSES Office 2010 CIS 1750 AA01 AA04 * Microcomputer Applications TR MWF 12:00 8:00 AM PM 12:50 9:15 AM PM TC Kline, Roberts-Simmons T 3 $30 MS Office 2010 CIS 1750 AA02 AAH1 * Microcomputer Applications TR MW 9:30 9:00 AM 10:45 10:50 AM TC NCC Roberts-Simmons Fritch, P 3 $30 8A MS 08/18-10/10 Office 2010 MS Word 2010 HOW TO READ THE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES CIS 1750 AA03 AAH2 * Microcomputer Applications MWF 9:00 AM 10:50 9:50 AM TC NCC Roberts-Simmons Fritch, P 3 $30 8B MS 10/13-12/13 Office 2010 MS Word 2010 CIS 1750 AA04 AAW1 * Microcomputer Applications MWF 12:00 00:00 PM 12:50 00:00 PM TC WEB Roberts-Simmons Henson, A 3 $30 $45 MS Office 2010 CIS 1750 AAH1 AAW2 * Microcomputer Applications MW 9:00 00:00 AM 10:50 00:00 AM NCC WEB Fritch, Henson, P A 3 $30 $45 8A 08/18-10/10 MS Office 2010 MS Word 2010 CIS 1750 AAH2 AAW3 * Microcomputer Applications MW 9:00 00:00 AM 10:50 00:00 AM NCC WEB Fritch, Henson, P A 3 $30 $45 8B 10/13-12/13 MS Office 2010 MS Word 2010 CIS 1750 FR51 AAW1 * Microcomputer Applications MW 4:45 00:00 PM 6:00 00:00 PM FRED WEB Hall, Henson, C A 3 $30 $45 MS Office 2010 CIS 1750 PO51 AAW2 * Microcomputer Applications W 6:30 00:00 PM 9:10 00:00 PM POTO WEB Woodland, Henson, A D 3 $30 $45 MS Office 2010 CIS AA01 AAW3 * Internetworking Microcomputer Applications I TRF 9:30 00:00 AM 10:45 00:00 AM AS WEB McMillian, Henson, AR 3 $25 $45 CISCO MS Office Academy 2010 CRS/SEC #: DESCRIPTION: FACULTY: CIS AA51 FR51 * Internetworking Microcomputer Applications I TMW 6:30 4:45 PM 9:10 6:00 PM AS FRED Novotny, Hall, C M 3 $25 $30 CISCO MS Office Academy 2010 Course subject, STAFF indicates the instructor was CIS AA51 PO51 * Internetworking Microcomputer Applications II RW Prequisite 6:30 PM indicator, 9:10 PM AS POTO titlewoodland, Novotny, MD 3 $30 $35 MS CISCO Office academy 2010 course number & Asterisk indicates prereuisite: not yet assigned when the schedule book CIS AA01 AAW1 * Internetworking Computer Ethics I TRF 9:30 00:00 AM 10:45 00:00 AM WEB AS Henson, McMillian, AR 3 * = Check Catalog for prerequisite. went $25/$45 to print. CISCO Academy class CIS section AA51 AAW1 number * Internetworking Micro Database I Mgt T 6:30 00:00 PM 9:10 00:00 PM WEB AS Edburg, Novotny, LM 3 Faculty $45 $25 assignments MS CISCO Office are Academy 2010 subject to change. CIS AA51 AAW1 * Internetworking Micro Spreadsheet II Applications R 6:30 00:00 PM 9:10 00:00 PM AS WEB Novotny, Roberts-Simmons M 3 $35 $45 CISCO MS Excel academy 2010 Academic Transfer Courses DAY: CIS AAW1 * Computer WP-Microsoft Ethics Word 00:00 00:00 WEB Henson, Roberts-Simmons A 3 ART Art C.H.: $25/$45 $45 MS Word 2010 Days of the week BIO CIS Biological AAW1 PO51 Sciences * WP-Microsoft Database Word Mgt F 6:30 00:00 PM 9:10 00:00 PM WEB POTO Edburg, East, M L 3 $45 $30 MS Office 2010 M = Monday F = Friday Credit hours BUS CIS Business AAW1 Admn * & WP-Adv Micro Econ Spreadsheet Microsoft Word Applications 00:00 00:00 WEB Roberts-Simmons 3 $45 MS Excel 2010 T = Tuesday S = Saturday CIS CIS Computer AA01 AAW1 Info * Systems Internetworking WP-Microsoft Word III MWF 11:00 00:00 AM 11:50 00:00 AM AS WEB McMillian, Roberts-Simmons R 3 $35 $45 CISCO MS Word Academy 2010 W = Wednesday U = Sunday COM CIS Communications PO51 AA01 * WP-Microsoft Comp Networking WordInternship F 6:30 00:00 PM 9:10 00:00 PM POTO ARR East, McMillian, M R 3 FEES: $30 MS Meetings Office Arranged See Instructor R = Thursday CSC CIS Computer AAW1 AAH1 Science * WP-Adv Capstone-Comp Microsoft Networking Word 00:00 00:00 WEB HYBRID Roberts-Simmons McMillian, R 31 Additional $45 $30/$15 Hybrid fees for course, if DAN CIS Dance Communications 2670 AA01 * Internetworking III MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM AS McMillian, R 3 $35 CISCO Academy EDU Education BEGIN, END: applicable COM CIS AA01 * Introduction Comp Networking to Broadcasting Internship MWF 11:00 00:00 AM 11:50 00:00 AM TC ARR Gans, McMillian, A R 3 Meetings Arranged - See Instructor EGN Engineering COM Begin/End Times CIS AAH1 AA01 * Introduction Capstone-Comp Cinema Networking TR 8:00 00:00 AM 9:15 00:00 AM TC HYBRID Gans, McMillian, A R 31 $30/$15 Hybrid ENG English/Communications Shading = GEO Communications Geography Evening Mineral courses-4 Area College PM and Fall later 2014 Schedule CODE: 17 GUI COM Guidance 1020 AA01 Introduction to Broadcasting MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM TC Gans, A 3 Subterm code HIS COM History 1060 AA01 Introduction to Cinema TR LOC: 8:00 AM 9:15 AM TC Gans, A 3 1-8, A-Z Subterm. These courses may have IDS Interdisciplinary Studies different beginning/end dates. Check course MAT Mathematics Location Mineral Area College Fall 2014 Schedule 17 notes (column 10) for beginning/end MFL Modern Foreign Language AH Allied Health Career Wing dates of class. MSC Music ARCA Arcadia Valley Career Tech Center PED Physical Education ARR Arranged PHI Philosophy ARROC Arranged Off Campus PHS Physical Science AS Arts & Sciences (Park Hills) PHY Physiology & Health BUSNS Business Location Off Campus NOTES: Course notes POS Political Science PSY Psychology SOC Sociology SWK Social Work CGCTC Cape Girardeau Career & Technical Center CO-ED Community Education Building (Park Hills) Alternate meeting patterns, contact info, etc. THE Theatre FA Fine Arts (Park Hills) Career & Technical Education Courses FARM Farmington Outreach Center ADN Associate Degree Nursing FH Sechrest Field House (Park Hills) AGR Agri-Business FIRE Fire & Rescue (Park Hills) CIS Computer Info Systems FRED Fredericktown Outreach Center CRJ Criminal Justice HYBRID Hybrid course DCS Deaf Communications Studies LC Learning Center (Park Hills) ECE Early Childhood Education LIBR Cozean Library (Park Hills) EEE Electrical/Electronics Technology NCC North College Center (Park Hills) ETT Electrical Technology PACTC Perryville Area Career & Technical FST Fire ScienceTechnology Center HLT Health Related Technology POTO Potosi Outreach Center HRT Horticulture PRVL Perryville Outreach Center MFG Manufacturing PSFTY Public Safety (Park Hills) MGT Management RANGE Trap & Skeet Range (Park Hills) NUR Practical Nursing RLHA Rice Lecture Hall A (Park Hills) OST Office Systems Technology RLHB Rice Lecture Hall B (Park Hills) PAR Paramedic Technology STGEN Ste. Genevieve PAW Personal Awareness TBA To Be Announced PTA Physical Therapy Assistant TC Technology Center (Park Hills) RDL Radiology THE Theatre RET Renewable Energy Technology TV Telecourse TEC Technology WEB Web-based course WINON Winona Outreach Center Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 15

16 SPRING CLASSES STUDENTS: Please note LOCATION and Associate Degree Nursing ADN 1460 AA01 Maternity Nursing MF 8:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Hutcheson, C 4 $145 8B 03/17-05/17 Evening classes arranged R 8:00 AM 11:30 AM AS Hutcheson, C 8B 03/17-05/17 Evening classes arranged TW 7:00 AM 12:00 PM ARRNGD Hutcheson, C 8B 03/17-05/17 Evening classes arranged ADN 1480 AA01 Contemporary Nursing M 1:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Douglas, T /12-03/23 ADN 1480 AAH1 Contemporary Nursing 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Smith, S 1 $15 Will meet in C-1 ADN 1490 AAH1 Medical-Surgical Nursing I 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Yates, A 10 $413/$45 Med Surgical Nursing I - Fast Track ADN 1490 AAH2 Medical-Surgical Nursing I 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Yates, A 10 $413/$45 Med Surgical Nursing I - Bridge ADN 1500 AA01 Medical-Surgical Nursing II MRF 8:00 AM 12:00 PM AS Blum, E 6 $430 8B 03/16-05/16 TW 6:30 AM 2:30 PM ARRNGD Blum, E 8B 03/16-05/16 ADN 1500 AA02 Medical-Surgical Nursing II MRF 8:00 AM 12:00 PM AS Blum, E 6 $430 8B 03/16-05/16 Advance Placement Students Only TW 6:30 AM 2:30 PM ARRNGD Blum, E 8B 03/16-05/16 Advance Placement Students Only ADN 1500 AA03 Medical-Surgical Nursing II MR 10:00 AM 5:00 PM AS Smith, S 6 $430 ADN 1510 AAH1 Clinical Pharmacology 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Yates, A 1 $15 ADN 1610 AA01 Nursing of Children MF 8:00 AM 12:00 PM AS Blum, E 5 $125 8A 01/12-03/06 TWR 6:30 AM 12:00 PM ARRNGD Blum, E 8A 01/12-03/06 ADN 1610 AA03 Nursing of Children MR 10:00 AM 5:00 PM AS Smith, S 5 $125 ADN 1630 AA01 Mental Health Nursing MF 8:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Hutcheson, C 4 $125 8A 01/12-03/06 R 8:00 AM 12:00 PM AS Hutcheson, C 8A 01/12-03/06 TW 8:00 AM 12:00 PM ARRNGD Hutcheson, C 8A 01/12-03/06 ADN 1640 AA01 Therapeutic Nutrition TWR 1:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Hutcheson, C 3 $45 Agri-Business AGR 1230 AA01 Plant Science MWF 1:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Bayless, A 5 $25 Additional Lab Arranged MW 2:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Bayless, A Additional Lab Arranged AGR 1460 AA01 Equine Science & Mgt TR 2:00 PM 3:15 PM AS Bayless, A 3 $15 Additional Lab off-campus TR 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Bayless, A Problems Lab Arranged AGR 1720 AAW1 Agriculture Chemicals 00:00 00:00 WEB Bayless, A 3 $45 AGR 1770 AAW1 Contemporary Agriculture Issues I 00:00 00:00 WEB Bayless, A 1 $15 AGR 1790 AAW1 * Contemporary Agriculture Issues II 00:00 00:00 WEB Bayless, A 1 $15 AGR 2200 AA01 Agriculture Internship I 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Bayless, A 3 Meetings Arranged - See Instructor AGR 2250 AA01 * Agriculture Internship II 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Bayless, A 3 Meetings Arranged - See Instructor AGR 2260 AAI1 Problems in Agriculture 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Bayless, A 3 $15 IS Spcl requst only-inst approval:90min variable Air Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration AHR 1016 AA01 Thermal & Environmental Science MW 8:00 AM 9:15 AM NCC Sansagraw, B 3 AHR 1604 AA01 Pump Systems MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM NCC Sansagraw, B 3 AHR 1612 AA01 Thermal Troubleshooting MW 9:30 AM 10:45 AM NCC Sansagraw, B 3 Art ART 1130 AA01 Drawing I MWF 11:00 AM 12:50 PM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1130 AA02 Drawing I MWF 9:00 AM 10:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1130 AA51 Drawing I R 6:00 PM 9:00 PM FA Hummel, R 3 $30 ART 1130 PE01 Drawing I MW 1:55 PM 3:15 PM PRVL Manns, L 3 $30 ART 1140 AA01 * Drawing II MWF 11:00 AM 12:50 PM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1140 AA02 * Drawing II MWF 9:00 AM 10:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1160 AA01 * Painting I TR 10:00 AM 11:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1160 AA51 * Painting I W 6:00 PM 9:00 PM FA Hummel, R 3 $30 ART 1160 PE01 * Painting I MW 3:45 PM 5:05 PM PRVL Manns, L 3 $30 ART 1230 AA51 Ceramics I T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1490 AA01 History of Art I MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Warner, A 3 ART 1500 FA51 History of Art II M 4:00 PM 7:00 PM FARM Lamb, M 3 Room 15 ART 1500 PE01 History of Art II MW 10:30 AM 11:50 AM PRVL Manns, L 3 ART 1510 AA01 History of Art III MWF 10:00 AM 10:50 AM AS Warner, A 3 ART 1530 AA01 Introduction to Humanities MWF 12:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Warner, A 3 ART 1530 AA51 Introduction to Humanities R 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Greenstreet, 3 ART 1530 FA51 Introduction to Humanities W 4:00 PM 7:00 PM FARM Lamb, M 3 ART 1530 FR51 Introduction to Humanities R 6:30 PM 9:10 PM FRED Edmonds, R 3 ART 1530 PE01 Introduction to Humanities MW 12:25 PM 1:45 PM PRVL Manns, L 3 ART 1550 AA51 Beginning Photography W 6:30 PM 9:10 PM FA Thompson, R 3 $30 16 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

17 STUDENTS: Please note LOCATION and SPRING CLASSES ART 1550 AA52 Beginning Photography T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM FA Thompson, R 3 $30 ART 1550 AA53 Beginning Photography R 6:30 PM 9:10 PM FA Thompson, R 3 $30 ART 1740 AA01 * Watercolor MWF 8:00 AM 8:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 01/12-03/06 ART 1880 AA01 Color Theory TR 1:00 PM 2:50 PM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 1930 AA01 * Sculpture I TR 8:00 AM 9:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 2160 AA01 * Painting II TR 10:00 AM 11:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 2160 AA51 * Painting II W 6:00 PM 9:00 PM FA Hummel, R 3 $30 ART 2162 AA01 * Sculpture II TR 8:00 AM 9:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 2172 AA51 * Ceramics II T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 2176 AA01 * Painting III TR 10:00 AM 11:50 AM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 ART 2180 AA51 * Ceramics III T 6:00 PM 9:00 PM FA Wilson, J 3 $30 Biological Science BIO 1100 AAW1 Introduction to Biological Science 00:00 00:00 WEB Petersen, N 3 $45 Contact: BIO 1100 AAW2 Introduction to Biological Science 00:00 00:00 WEB Petersen, N 3 $45 Contact: BIO 1150 AA01 General Biology MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Rowland, J 5 $50 Includes Lab MW 12:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Rowland, J Includes Lab BIO 1150 AA02 General Biology MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Rowland, J 5 $50 Includes Lab MW 2:00 PM 3:50 PM AS Rowland, J Includes Lab BIO 1150 AA03 General Biology MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM AS Petersen, N 5 $50 Includes Lab TR 12:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Petersen, N Includes Lab BIO 1150 AA04 General Biology MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM AS Petersen, N 5 $50 Includes Lab TR 9:00 AM 10:50 AM AS Petersen, N Includes Lab BIO 1150 AA05 General Biology MW 1:00 PM 2:15 PM AS Knebel, S 5 $50 Includes Lab TR 1:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Knebel, S Includes Lab BIO 1150 AA06 General Biology MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Knebel, S 5 $50 Includes Lab MW 11:00 AM 12:50 PM AS Knebel, S Includes Lab BIO 1150 AA51 General Biology TR 5:30 PM 6:45 PM AS Saunders, N 5 $50 Includes Lab TR 6:55 PM 8:45 PM AS Saunders, N Includes Lab BIO 1150 FR01 General Biology TR 8:30 AM 11:45 AM FRED Rowland, J 5 $50 Includes Lab BIO 1150 FR51 General Biology TR 6:10 PM 9:25 PM FRED Soenksen, M 5 $50 Includes Lab BIO 1150 PE51 General Biology MW 6:15 PM 9:30 PM PRVL Green, D 5 $50 Includes Lab BIO 1150 PO51 General Biology TR 6:15 PM 9:30 PM POTO Reese, R 5 $50 Includes Lab BIO 1330 AA01 Local Flora MW 12:00 PM 12:50 PM AS Petersen, N 3 F 12:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Petersen, N 3 BIO 1500 AAW1 Essentials of Microbiology 00:00 00:00 WEB Gamble, R 3 $10/$45 BIO 2112 AA01 * General Botany MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Petersen, N 5 $50 Includes Lab MW 1:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Petersen, N Includes Lab BIO 2430 AA01 * General Genetics TR 9:00 AM 10:15 AM AS Knebel, S 4 $50 Includes Lab R 10:30 AM 12:20 PM AS Knebel, S Includes Lab BIO 2540 AA01 * Human Anatomy & Physiology MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Gamble, R 5 $50 Includes Lab TR 9:00 AM 10:50 AM AS Gamble, R Includes Lab BIO 2540 AA02 * Human Anatomy & Physiology MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Gamble, R 5 $50 Includes Lab TR 12:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Gamble, R Includes Lab BIO 2540 AA51 * Human Anatomy & Physiology MW 5:00 PM 6:15 PM AS Knebel, S 5 $50 Includes Lab MW 6:30 PM 8:20 PM AS Knebel, S Includes Lab BIO 2620 AA01 * Human Physiology TWR 2:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Gamble, R 5 $50 Includes Lab MF 11:00 AM 12:50 PM AS Gamble, R Includes Lab BIO 2620 AA02 * Human Physiology TWR 2:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Gamble, R 5 $50 Includes Lab MF 1:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Gamble, R Includes Lab BIO 2620 AA03 * Human Physiology TWR 2:00 PM 2:50 PM AS Gamble, R 5 $50 Includes Lab MW 3:00 PM 4:50 PM AS Gamble, R Includes Lab BIO 2700 AA01 * Microbiology TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM AS Gamble, R 4 $40 Includes Lab TR 9:30 AM 10:20 AM AS Gamble, R Includes Lab BIO 2980 AA01 Readings in Honors 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Gamble, R 1 BIO 2980 AA02 Readings in Honors 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Petersen, N 1 BIO 2990 AA01 Research in Honors 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Gamble, R 1 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 17

18 SPRING CLASSES STUDENTS: Please note LOCATION and Business Administration & Economics BUS 1190 AA01 Business Ethics MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Henson, A 3 BUS 1190 PE01 Business Ethics TR 12:20 PM 1:40 PM PRVL Mahnken, E 3 BUS 1330 AA01 Survey of Economics MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 1330 AA51 Survey of Economics T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Mitchell, H 3 BUS 2000 AA01 * Principles of Accounting I MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM AS Wisdom, D 3 BUS 2000 AA02 * Principles of Accounting I TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM AS Wisdom, D 3 BUS 2050 AA01 * Principles of Accounting II TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM AS Wisdom, D 3 BUS 2050 AA51 * Principles of Accounting II W 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Hafner, L 3 BUS 2100 AA01 Fundamentals of Management MWF 1:00 PM 1:50 PM AS Wisdom, D 3 BUS 2100 AAW1 Fundamentals of Management 00:00 00:00 WEB Merrill-Doss, J 3 $45 Contact: BUS 2330 AA01 Marketing MWF 12:00 PM 12:50 PM AS Wisdom, D 3 BUS 2330 AAW1 Marketing 00:00 00:00 WEB Wisdom, D 3 $45 Contact: BUS 2430 AA01 * Introductory Statistics TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 2430 AA51 * Introductory Statistics T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Mitchell, B 3 BUS 2530 AA01 * Legal Environment of Business TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 2530 AA51 * Legal Environment of Business R 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Campbell, B 3 BUS 2930 AA01 * Principles of Macroeconomics MWF 12:00 PM 12:50 PM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 2930 AA02 * Principles of Macroeconomics TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 2940 AA01 Principles of Microeconomics MWF 8:00 AM 8:50 AM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 2940 AA51 Principles of Microeconomics M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Campbell, S 3 BUS 2940 PE01 Principles of Microeconomics MW 4:15 PM 5:35 PM PRVL Toney, D 3 Computer Information Systems CIS 1030 AA02 Info Technology for Business TR 2:00 PM 3:15 PM AS Henson, A 3 $55 CIS 1030 AA51 Info Technology for Business T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Henson, A 3 $55 CIS 1050 AA01 Introduction to Computers MWF 8:00 AM 8:50 AM TC Labruyere, L 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA02 Introduction to Computers MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM TC Labruyere, L 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA03 Introduction to Computers MWF 10:00 AM 10:50 AM TC Keliher, T 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA04 Introduction to Computers MWF 12:00 PM 12:50 PM TC Roberts-Simmons 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA05 Introduction to Computers TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM TC Lee, D 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA06 Introduction to Computers TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM TC Detring, D 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA07 Introduction to Computers TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM TC Labruyere, L 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AA51 Introduction to Computers M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM TC Morgan, V 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 AAW1 Introduction to Computers 00:00 00:00 WEB Labruyere, L 3 $45 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 FR01 Introduction to Computers TR 9:15 AM 10:30 AM FRED Hall, C 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 FR51 Introduction to Computers T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM FRED Hall, C 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1050 PE01 Introduction to Computers T 12:50 PM 3:30 PM PRVL Ramsey, K 3 $35 MS Office 2010 CIS 1050 PE02 Introduction to Computers W 12:50 PM 3:30 PM PRVL Ramsey, K 3 $35 MS Office 2010 CIS 1050 PE03 Introduction to Computers T 9:00 AM 11:40 AM PRVL Flentge, G 3 $35 MS Office 2010 CIS 1050 PE51 Introduction to Computers T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM PRVL Ramsey, K 3 $35 MS Office 2010 CIS 1050 PO51 Introduction to Computers M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM POTO Boyer, C 3 $35 MS Office 2007 CIS 1050 PO52 Introduction to Computers F 6:30 PM 9:10 PM POTO Boyer, C 3 $35 MS Office 2007 CIS 1100 AA01 * Microcomputer Graphics MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM TC Roberts-Simmons 3 $30 Photoshop CS6 CIS 1610 AA01 * Information Technology TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM AS McMillian, R 3 $115 IC3 Certification CIS 1620 AA51 * A+ Comp Repair & Maint M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Novotny, M 3 $25 CIS 1650 AAW1 * Accounting on Microcomputer 00:00 00:00 WEB McMillian, R 3 $45 Quickbooks: Contact CIS 1670 AAW1 * Fundamentals of Networking 00:00 00:00 WEB Henson, A 3 $45 Contact: CIS 1680 AAH1 * Fundamentals of Network Security T 5:00 PM 6:00 PM AS Henson, A 3 $45 01/12-5/16 Hybrid Course 5PM-6PM 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Henson, A 01/12-5/16 Hybrid Course 5PM-6PM CIS 1750 AA01 Microcomputer Applications TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM TC Roberts-Simmons 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1750 AA02 Microcomputer Applications TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM TC Roberts-Simmons 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1750 AA03 Microcomputer Applications TR 2:00 PM 3:15 PM TC Roberts-Simmons 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1750 AA04 Microcomputer Applications MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM TC Kline, T 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1750 AA05 Microcomputer Applications MWF 1:00 PM 1:50 PM TC Kline, T 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1750 AAH1 Microcomputer Applications MW 9:00 AM 10:50 AM NCC Fritch, P 3 $35/$45 8A 01/12-03/06 MS Office 2013; Hybrid CIS 1750 AAH2 Microcomputer Applications MW 9:00 AM 10:50 AM NCC Fritch, P 3 $35/$45 8B 03/16-05/16 MS Office 2013; Hybrid CIS 1750 AAW1 Microcomputer Applications 00:00 00:00 WEB Henson, A 3 $45 MS Office 2013; CIS 1750 AAW2 Microcomputer Applications 00:00 00:00 WEB Henson, A 3 $45 MS Office 2013; 18 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

19 STUDENTS: Please note LOCATION and SPRING CLASSES CIS 1750 AAW3 Microcomputer Applications 00:00 00:00 WEB Henson, A 3 $45 MS Office 2013; CIS 1750 FR51 Microcomputer Applications MW 4:45 PM 6:00 PM FRED Hall, C 3 $35 MS Office 2013 CIS 1750 PO51 Microcomputer Applications W 6:30 PM 9:10 PM POTO Woodland, D 3 $35 MS Office 2007 CIS 1840 AAH1 * Microsoft Network Admin T 4:00 PM 5:00 PM AS Henson, A 3 $45 1/12-05/16 Meets every week 4PM-5PM 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Henson, A 1/12-05/16 Meets every week 4PM-5PM CIS 1870 AA51 * Internetworking I W 6:30 PM 9:00 PM AS Novotny, M 3 $35 CISCO Academy CIS 1890 AA01 * Internetworking II TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM AS McMillian, R 3 $35 CISCO Academy CIS 1890 AA51 * Internetworking II R 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Novotny, M 3 $35 CIS 1930 AAW1 * Computer Ethics 00:00 00:00 WEB Henson, A 3 $45 Contact: CIS 2000 AA01 * Microcomputer Operating System TR 2:00 PM 3:15 PM TC Reese, R 3 $30 Windows 7 Operating System CIS 2080 AAW1 * Fundamentals of Linux 00:00 00:00 WEB McMillian, R 3 $45 Contact: CIS 2200 AAW1 * Micro Spreadsheet Application 00:00 00:00 WEB Roberts-Simmons 3 $45 Excel 2013; Contact: CIS 2200 PO51 * Micro Spreadsheet Application F 6:30 PM 9:10 PM POTO East, M 3 $35 MS Office 2007 CIS 2210 AAW1 * Advanced Micro Spreadsheet Appl 00:00 00:00 WEB Edburg, L 3 $45 EXCEL 2013; Contact: CIS 2350 AAW1 * Word Processing-Microsoft Word 00:00 00:00 WEB Roberts-Simmons 3 $45 MS Word 2013; Contact: CIS 2400 AA01 * Web Page Development MWF 1:00 PM 1:50 PM TC Henson, A 3 $30 Dreamweaver CIS 2690 AA01 * Internetworking IV MW 11:00 AM 12:15 PM AS McMillian, R 3 $25 CISCO Academy CIS 2960 AA01 Computer Networking 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD McMillian, R 3 Instructor Approval Required CIS 2980 AAH1 Capstone-Computer 00:00 00:00 HYBRD McMillian, R 1 $45 Communications COM 1000 AA01 Introduction to Mass Media MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM TC Gans, A 3 COM 1060 AA01 Introduction to Cinema TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM TC Gans, A 3 COM 1060 AA02 Introduction to Cinema TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM TC Gans, A 3 COM 1060 AA03 Introduction to Cinema TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM TC Gans, A 3 COM 1060 PE51 Introduction to Cinema T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM PRVL Cook, S 3 COM 2260 AA01 * T. V. Production Practicum MW 1:00 PM 2:15 PM TC Braswell, S 3 $30 Criminal Justice CRJ 1010 AA01 * Criminal Justice Internship 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Ruess, D 3 Instructor Approval Required CRJ 1100 AA01 Introduction to Criminal Justice MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 CRJ 1100 AAW1 Introduction to Criminal Justice 00:00 00:00 WEB Flotron, R 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1100 AAW2 Introduction to Criminal Justice 00:00 00:00 WEB Flotron, R 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1100 PE01 Introduction to Criminal Justice R 3:30 PM 6:00 PM PRVL Klaus, J 3 CRJ 1130 AAW1 Introduction to Forensics 00:00 00:00 WEB Potratz, M 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1170 AA01 Introduction to Courts TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM PSFTY Carollo, G 3 CRJ 1170 AAW1 Introduction to Courts 00:00 00:00 WEB Carollo, G 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1200 AAW1 * Criminal Investigation I 00:00 00:00 WEB Schmitt, C 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1200 PO51 * Criminal Investigation I T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM POTO Busch, W 3 CRJ 1260 AA01 Intro to Security Management MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM PSFTY Carollo, G 3 CRJ 1260 AAW1 Intro to Security Management 00:00 00:00 WEB Carollo, G 3 $45 CRJ 1400 AAW1 * Criminal Law 00:00 00:00 WEB Ruess, D 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1440 AAW1 * Criminal Courts-Process & Issues 00:00 00:00 WEB Carollo, G 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1500 AA01 Criminal Evidence MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 CRJ 1500 AAW1 Criminal Evidence 00:00 00:00 WEB Ruess, D 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1520 AAI1 Criminology 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Ruess, D 3 IS CRJ 1540 AAI1 Criminal Procedure 00:00 00:00 ARRNGD Ruess, D 3 IS CRJ 1600 AA01 Juvenile Justice System MWF 10:00 AM 10:50 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 CRJ 1600 AAW1 Juvenile Justice System 00:00 00:00 WEB Gerwitz, J 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1600 PO51 Juvenile Justice System W 6:30 PM 9:10 PM POTO Busch, W 3 CRJ 1710 AAW1 Comm Policing/Problem Solving 00:00 00:00 WEB Flotron, R 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1720 AA01 * Comparable Criminal Justice TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 CRJ 1720 AAW1 * Comparable Criminal Justice 00:00 00:00 WEB Gerwitz, J 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1800 AAW1 Introduction to Corrections 00:00 00:00 WEB Ruess, D 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 1800 PO51 Introduction to Corrections R 6:30 PM 9:00 PM POTO Busch, W 3 CRJ 1900 AA01 * Police Administration TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 CRJ 1900 AAW1 * Police Administration 00:00 00:00 WEB Ruess, D 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 2120 AA01 Police Photography MWF 12:00 PM 12:50 PM PSFTY Carollo, G 3 $45 CRJ 2120 AAW1 Police Photography 00:00 00:00 WEB Flotron, R 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 2120 AAW2 Police Photography 00:00 00:00 WEB Flotron, R 3 $45 Contact: Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule 19

20 SPRING CLASSES STUDENTS: Please note LOCATION and CRJ 2140 AA01 Forensic Crime Scene Invest MWF 8:00 AM 8:50 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 $45 CRJ 2140 AAW1 Forensic Crime Scene Invest 00:00 00:00 WEB Gerwitz, J 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 2160 AAW1 * Crime Scene Analysis 00:00 00:00 WEB Schmitt, C 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 2200 AAW1 Ethics for Legal Professional 00:00 00:00 WEB Carollo, G 3 $45 Contact: CRJ 2220 AA01 Principles of Homeland Security TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM PSFTY Gerwitz, J 3 CRJ 2220 AAW1 Principles of Homeland Security 00:00 00:00 WEB Gerwitz, J 3 $45 CRJ 2300 AAW1 Criminal Justice Career Prep 00:00 00:00 WEB Schmitt, C 1 $15 Contact: CRJ 2320 AA01 * Admin of Correctional Service MWF 10:00 AM 10:50 AM PSFTY Carollo, G 3 CRJ 2320 AAW1 * Admin of Correctional Service 00:00 00:00 WEB Carollo, G 3 $45 CRJ 2380 AAW1 Probation and Parole in America 00:00 00:00 WEB Flotron, R 3 $45 Computer Science CSC 1500 AA51 * Basic Programming T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM TC Reese, R 3 $30 Visual Basic.net CSC 2400 AA01 * Computer Programming in C++ TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM TC Staff 3 $30 CSC 2500 AA01 * Advanced Basic Programming TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM TC Reese, R 3 $30 Visual Basic.net CSC 2980 AAH1 Capstone-Business Comp 00:00 00:00 HYBRD McMillian, R 1 $45 Dance DAN 1002 AA01 Hip Hop MW 1:00 PM 1:50 PM FA Jenkins, S 2 $20 DAN 1002 AA02 Hip Hop TR 12:30 PM 1:20 PM CONT ED Jenkins, S 2 $20 DAN 1020 AA01 Dance Appreciation MWF 10:00 AM 10:50 AM AS Jenkins, S 3 DAN 2004 AA01 * Jazz II TR 11:00 AM 11:50 AM FA Jenkins, S 2 $20 DAN 2006 AA01 * Tap II MW 12:00 PM 12:50 PM FA Jenkins, S 2 $20 Deaf Communication Studies DCS 1000 AA01 Sign Language I MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Lee, D 3 Linked with MFL1700AA01 DCS 1000 AA02 Sign Language I MWF 8:00 AM 8:50 AM AS Lee, D 3 Linked with MFL1700AA02 DCS 1010 AA01 * Sign Language II TR 8:00 AM 9:15 AM AS Lee, D 3 Linked with MFL1720AA01 DCS 1010 AA51 * Sign Language II T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Lee, D 3 Linked with MFL1720AA51 Early Childhood Education ECE 1000 AA01 Intro to Early Childhood Edu TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM AS Sikes, J 3 $15 ECE 1000 AA5G Intro to Early Childhood Edu T 6:00 PM 9:30 PM TC Staff 3 $15 8B Add'l 35 practicum hrs to be Arr/CDA Grant ECE 1020 AA51 Guid Altern for Young Children W 6:00 PM 8:40 PM AS Sikes, J 3 Limited observation hours required ECE 1040 AAW1 Early Child Hlth/Safety/Nutr 00:00 00:00 WEB Sikes, J 3 $50/$45 Limited observation hours required ECE 1060 AA5G * Child Dev Assoc Credential Prep M 8:00 AM 10:40 AM CONT ED Staff 3 $475 6A Add'l 35 practicum hrs to be Arr/CDA Grant ECE 2002 AA51 * Practicum Classroom Experience R 6:00 PM 7:40 PM AS Staff 4 $45 Limited observation hours required ECE 2020 AA01 Emerging Language & Literacy TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM AS Sikes, J 3 Limited observation hours required ECE 2120 PE01 Intro Young Child Special Needs W 12:50 PM 3:30 PM PRVL Moldenhauer 3 ECE 2300 AAH1 * Professional Portfolio Assess 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Sikes, J 1 ECE 2300 PE01 * Professional Portfolio Assess W 8:00 AM 8:50 AM PRVL Moldenhauer 1 Education EDU 1100 AA01 * Psychology of Adolescence MWF 10:00 AM 10:50 AM AS Conway, W 3 EDU 1100 AA51 * Psychology of Adolescence M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Gibbs, C 3 EDU 1300 AA01 Child Development MWF 1:00 PM 1:50 PM FA Sheckles, J hours of observation required EDU 1300 AAW1 Child Development 00:00 00:00 WEB Sheckles, J 3 $ hours of observation required EDU 1300 PE51 Child Development M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM PRVL Wengert, P 3 EDU 2040 AA51 * Foundations of Education W 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Gamble, P 3 $30 EDU 2040 AAH1 * Foundations of Education MWF 9:00 AM 9:50 AM AS Young, S 3 $30/$45 00:00 00:00 HYBRD Young, S EDU 2040 AAW1 * Foundations of Education 00:00 00:00 WEB Young, S 3 $30/$45 8A 01/12-03/06;Contact: EDU 2100 AA01 * Teach Profession w/field Exp MWF 12:00 PM 12:50 PM AS Young, S 3 $25 30 hours field experience required EDU 2100 AA02 * Teach Profession w/field Exp MWF 11:00 AM 11:50 AM AS Young, S 3 $25 30 hours field experience required EDU 2100 AA51 * Teach Profession w/field Exp T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM AS Young, S 3 $25 30 hours field experience required EDU 2100 PE51 * Teach Profession w/field Exp W 6:30 PM 9:10 PM PRVL Bailey, L 3 $25 EDU 2200 AAH1 * Technology for Teachers M 6:30 PM 8:45 PM TC Johnson, L 3 $30/$45 M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM HYBRD Johnson, L EDU 2200 AAW1 * Technology for Teachers 00:00 00:00 WEB Johnson, L 3 $30/$45 Contact: EDU 2200 PEH1 * Technology for Teachers M 6:30 PM 9:10 PM PRVL Bauwens, M 3 $30 EDU 2320 AA01 * Educational Psychology TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM AS Young, S 3 EDU 2320 AAW1 * Educational Psychology 00:00 00:00 WEB Young, S 3 $45 8B 03/16-05/16;Contact: EDU 2320 PE51 * Educational Psychology T 6:30 PM 9:10 PM PRVL Wengert, P 3 20 Mineral Area College Spring-Summer 2015 Schedule

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