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2 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS ASSOCIATE DEGREES Accounting Biology NEW Biotechnology and Compliance Business Business Management Computer Science: Concentration in Criminal Justice: Concentration in Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Engineering Technology Exercise Science/Personal Training Fine Arts: Concentration in General Studies Healthcare Administration: Concentration in Medical Billing & Coding Human Services Liberal Arts: Concentration in Mathematics Medical Laboratory Technician** Natural Science: Concentration in Nursing** Paralegal Studies Physical Therapist Assistant ** Security Management Programming Networking Criminal Justice Transfer Law Enforcement Drama Music Visual Arts Behavioral Science English History/Government Humanities Nursing Track Engineering NEW Psychology Social Sciences Sociology CERTIFICATES Accounting Aquaculture Biotechnology and Compliance Computer Science Computer Science: Networking Corrections Administration Customer Service Early Childhood Education Entrepreneurship Exercise Science/Personal Training Game Development Gerontology Healthcare Administration LIFE-LONG LEARNING **Requires completion of a Nursing or Natural and Health Sciences application. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information on how to apply. Human Services Insurance Career Law Enforcement Linux System Administration NEW Medical Billing & Coding Paralegal Studies Phlebotomy** Practical Nursing** Security Administration Substance Abuse Surgical Technology** Web and Mobile Development Certified Nurse Assistant Certified Professional Coders Test Prep Event Planning Home Health Aid Human Resources Health and Fitness Planning Fundraising & Special Events for Nonprofit Organizations TEAS V Test Preparation For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website: Effective April 29,2015, Quincy College has been granted Candidate for Accreditation status by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA, 22314; phone: ; Candidate for Accreditation is a pre-accreditation status of affiliation with the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education that indicates that the program is progressing toward accreditation and may matriculate students in technical/professional courses. Candidate for Accreditation is not an accreditation status nor does it assure eventual accreditation. Graduation from a physical therapist assistant education program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314; phone; is necessary for eligibility to sit for the licensure examination, which is required in all states.

3 QUINCY CAMPUS COURSES 5 WEEK - January Start CJS 101 F5 1 Introduction To Criminal Justice 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/23 2/22 CJS 107 F5 1 Juvenile Delinquency 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 CSI 101 F5 1 Introduction To Computers 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 ENG 102 F5 1 English Composition II 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/23 2/22 ENG 222 F5 1 World Literature II 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 GOV 213 F5 1 American Presidency 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 HIS 101 F5 1 United States History I 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/23 2/22 HSC 107 F5 1 Orientation to Health Care 1 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 2/21 HSC 108 F5 1 Basic Life Support & Emergency Skil 1 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 2/26 MAT 103 F5 1 College Algebra 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 MAT 107 F5 1 Statistics 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/23 2/22 PSY 103 F5 1 Child Development 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/23 2/22 SOC 102 F5 1 Contemporary Social Problems 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 5 WEEK - February/March Start CJS 113 F5 2 Drugs & Society 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 4/9 CJS 211 F5 2 Introduction To Security Procedures 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 4/9 CSI 101 F5 2 Introduction To Computers 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 4/9 ENG 201 F5 2 English Literature I 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 4/12 ENG 237 F5 2 Introduction To Science Fiction 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 4/9 GOV 290 F5 2 Special Topics in Government 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 4/9 HIS 102 F5 2 United States History II 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 4/12 HSC 107 F5 2 Orientation to Health Care 1 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 2/28 4/4 HSC 108 F5 2 Basic Life Support & Emergency Skil 1 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/5 4/9 MAT 095 F5 2 Prealgebra 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/5 4/11 MAT 103 F5 2 College Algebra 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/5 4/11 MAT 107 F5 2 Statistics 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 4/5 PSY 201 F5 2 Child Psychology 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 4/12 SOC 105 F5 2 Sociology Of Deviance 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 4/9 5 WEEK - March Start CJS 121 F5 3 Criminal Procedure 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/11 5/14 CJS 214 F5 3 Risk Analysis & Disaster Management 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/17 5/16 CSI 101 F5 3 Introduction To Computers 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/11 5/14 ENG 202 F5 3 English Literature II 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/17 5/17 ENG 239 F5 3 Baseball Literature 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/11 5/14 HIS 260 F5 3 The Civil War and Reconstruction 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/17 5/17 HSC 107 F5 3 Orientation to Health Care 1 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 4/11 5/9 HSC 108 F5 3 Basic Life Support & Emergency Skil 1 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 4/23 5/21 MAT 097 F5 3 Beginning Algebra 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/18 5/21 MAT 103 F5 3 College Algebra 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/18 5/21 MAT 107 F5 3 Statistics 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/10 5/10 PHL 108 F5 3 Ethics 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/11 5/14 PSY 210 F5 3 Psychology Of Learning 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/17 5/17 PSY 290 F5 3 Intro To Social Psychology 3 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/11 5/14 7 WEEK - January Start ACC 101 F7 1 Accounting I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 ART 101 F7 1 Basic Drawing 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 ART 119 F7 1 Photography I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 BIO 131 F7 1 A Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 M W 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/22 3/21 BIO 131 F7 1 A Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 M W 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/22 3/21 BIO 131 F7 1 B Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 T R 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/23 3/20 BIO 131 F7 1 B Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 T R 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/23 3/20 BUS 101 F7 1 Introduction To Business 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 CSI 244 F7 1 Networking I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 ECO 201 F7 1 Microeconomics 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 EGR 101 F7 1 Electrical Fundamentals 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 3/6 EGR 201 F7 1 Electronics I 3 M W 9:25AM 12:25PM 1/22 3/7 ENG 090 F7 1 Basic Composition 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 ENG 091 F7 1 English Vocabulary 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 ENG 211 F7 1 American Literature I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 GOV 201 F7 1 American Government 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 MGT 230 F7 1 Entrepreneurship, Sm Business Mgt 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 MKT 201 F7 1 Principles Of Advertising 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 PHL 105 F7 1 Intro To Logic & Critical Thinking 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 SOC 150 F7 1 Women In Society 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 SPN 101 F7 1 Spanish I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 7 WEEK - March Start ACC 102 F7 2 Accounting II 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 ART 115 F7 2 Basic Painting 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 ART 120 F7 2 Photography II - Photojournalism 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 BIO 132 F7 2 A Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture 4 M W 6:00PM 8:20PM 3/26 5/16 BIO 132 F7 2 A Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 4 M W 8:30PM 10:30PM 3/26 5/16 BIO 132 F7 2 B Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture 4 T R 8:30PM 10:30PM 3/22 5/10 BIO 132 F7 2 B Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 4 T R 6:00PM 8:20PM 3/22 5/10 BUS 220 F7 2 Business Ethics 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/3 CSI 245 F7 2 Networking II 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 ECO 202 F7 2 Macroeconomics 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 EGR 105 F7 2 Digital Electronic Circuits 3 T R 1:40PM 4:40PM 3/20 5/3 EGR 202 F7 2 Electronic II 3 M W 9:25AM 12:25PM 3/19 5/7 ENG 093 F7 2 Grammar 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 ENG 101 F7 2 English Composition I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 ENG 212 F7 2 American Literature II 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 GOV 211 F7 2 State & Local Government 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 MGT 235 F7 2 Small Business Finance 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 MKT 202 F7 2 Principles Of Marketing 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 PHL 103 F7 2 Medical Ethics 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 SOC 203 F7 2 Sociology Of The Family 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 SPN 102 F7 2 Spanish II 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7

4 QUINCY CAMPUS COURSES 10 WEEK - January Start (Saturdays Only) ACC 101 F1 S Accounting I 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 BUS 101 F1 S Introduction To Business 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 CJS 215 F1 S White-Collar Crime 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 CJS 225 F1 S Victimology 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 CSA 213 F1 S Database Management/Access 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/22 4/14 CSI 101 F1 S Introduction To Computers 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 CSI 207 F1 S System Design And Analysis 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 CSI 244 F1 S Networking I 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 ECO 202 F1 S Macroeconomics 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 EDU 317 F1 S Fin Managmnt Day Care Administratrs 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 ENG 101 F1 S English Composition I 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 ENG 102 F1 S English Composition II 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 ENG 224 F1 S Writing For Professionals 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 IDS 167 F1 S First Year Seminar 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 PSY 101 F1 S General Psychology 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 PSY 103 F1 S Child Development 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 SOC 101 F1 S General Sociology 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 10 WEEK - February/March Start ENG 090 F1 Basic Composition 3 T 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 5/8 ENG 101 F1 English Composition I 3 R 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/1 5/10 ENG 102 F1 English Composition II 3 W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 5/9 ENG 224 F1 Writing For Professionals 3 T 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 5/8 ESL 097 F1 Intermediate ESL 6 M W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 5/21 HIS 107 F1 Colonial America 3 M 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/5 5/21 IDS 167 F1 First Year Seminar 3 T 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 5/8 PHL 101 F1 Introduction To Philosophy 3 R 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/1 5/10 PSY 101 F1 General Psychology 3 T 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 5/8 PSY 216 F1 Growth And Development 3 R 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/1 5/10 SOC 101 F1 General Sociology 3 M 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/5 5/21 SOC 112 F1 Interpersonal Communication 3 W 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/28 5/9 15 WEEK (Full Semester) ACC Accounting I 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 ACC Accounting I 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 ACC Accounting II 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 ACC Accounting II 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 ACC Accounting II 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 ACC Introduction to Forensic Accounting 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 ACC Introduction to Bookkeeping 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 ACC Accounting III 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 ACC Accounting III 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 ACC Accounting IV 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 ACC Managerial Accounting 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 ACC Municipal Accounting and Finance 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 ACC Federal Taxation 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 ACC Federal Taxation 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 ART Fundamentals Of Visual Art 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 ART Basic Drawing 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 ART Advanced Drawing 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 ART Line, Color & Design 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 ART Theatre Arts I 3 M W 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/22 5/9 ART Basic Painting 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 ART Advanced Painting 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 ART Photography I 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 ART Theatre Production 3 T R 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/23 5/3 ART Survey Of Fine Arts II 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 ART Art & Society 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 BIO Nutrition Lab 4 R 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/25 5/3 BIO Nutrition Lecture 4 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/8 BIO Nutrition Lecture 4 F 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Nutrition Lab 4 F 8:00AM 10:40AM 1/26 5/4 BIO Nutrition Lab 4 W 1:40PM 3:40PM 1/24 5/9 BIO Nutrition Lecture 4 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Nutrition Lecture 4 M 12:55PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/7 BIO Nutrition Lab 4 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Nutrition Lecture 4 M 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/22 5/7 BIO Nutrition Lab 4 M 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/22 5/7 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 T 9:25AM 11:25AM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 W 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/24 5/9 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 F 10:50AM 1:30PM 1/26 5/4 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 F 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/26 5/4 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 R 1:40PM 3:40PM 1/25 5/3 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 M 3:05PM 5:05PM 1/22 5/7 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 T 12:55PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 M 3:05PM 5:05PM 1/22 5/7 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 M 9:25AM 11:25AM 1/22 5/7 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/8

5 QUINCY CAMPUS COURSES 15 WEEK (Full Semester) continued BIO General Biology I Lab 4 T 12:55PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 T 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 T 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/23 5/8 BIO General Biology I Lecture 4 R 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/25 5/3 BIO General Biology I Lab 4 R 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/25 5/3 BIO General Biology II Lecture 4 W 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/24 5/9 BIO General Biology II Lab 4 W 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/24 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 M 9:25AM 11:25AM 1/22 5/7 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 R 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/25 5/3 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/8 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 F 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 F 8:00AM 10:40AM 1/26 5/4 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 W 2:00PM 4:00PM 1/24 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/8 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 T 3:30PM 5:30PM 1/23 5/8 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 M 12:55PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/7 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 F 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 F 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture 4 S 10:30AM 12:30PM 1/27 5/5 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4 S 8:00AM 10:40AM 1/27 5/5 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture 4 W 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/24 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 4 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 4 R 1:40PM 3:40PM 1/25 5/3 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture 4 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/8 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture 4 T 9:25AM 11:25AM 1/23 5/8 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 4 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/8 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture 4 W 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/24 5/9 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 4 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Microbiology Lab 4 W 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/24 5/9 BIO Microbiology Lecture 4 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Microbiology Lecture 4 R 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/25 5/3 BIO Microbiology Lab 4 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/8 BIO Microbiology Lecture 4 T 3:05PM 5:05PM 1/23 5/8 BIO Microbiology Lab 4 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/8 BIO Microbiology Lecture 4 F 4:00PM 6:20PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Microbiology Lab 4 F 6:30PM 8:30PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Microbiology Lecture 4 S 10:50AM 1:30PM 1/27 5/5 BIO Microbiology Lab 4 S 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/27 5/5 BIO Marine Ecology Lab 4 F 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/27 5/5 BIO Marine Ecology Lecture 4 F 8:00AM 10:40AM 1/27 5/8 BTC Intro To Biotechnology 4 T R 10:30AM 1:30PM 1/23 5/8 BTC Intro To Biotechnology 4 W 5:00PM 9:20PM 1/24 5/9 BTC Buffer & Media Preparation 2 M 5:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 BTC Technical Writing for Biomanufactur 2 W 5:30PM 9:30PM 1/24 5/9 BTC Protein Purification 2 M 5:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 BTC Biomanufacturing II 4 W 9:30AM 4:30PM 1/24 5/9 BTC Biomanufacturing II 4 T R 5:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 5/8 BTC Seminar in Biotechnology 1 F 12:00PM 1:00PM 1/26 5/4 BTC Seminar in Biotechnology 1 M 5:30PM 8:00PM 1/22 5/7 BTC Biomanufacturing III 2 M 9:30AM 1:30PM 1/22 5/7 BTC Chromatography I 4 F 5:00PM 10:00PM 1/26 5/4 BUS Introduction To Business 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/3 BUS Introduction To Business 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 BUS Introduction To Business 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 BUS Introduction To Business 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 BUS Principles Of Customer Service 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 BUS Principles Of Customer Service 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 BUS Human Relations In Organizations 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 BUS Intro To International Business 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 BUS Business Ethics 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 BUS Business Ethics 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 BUS Business Ethics 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 BUS Organizational Communication 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 CHE Introduction Forensic Science Lecture 4 T 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/23 5/8 CHE Introduction Forensic Science Lab 4 T 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/23 5/8 CHE Introduction Forensic Science Lecture 4 S 8:20AM 10:20AM 1/27 5/5 CHE Introduction Forensic Science Lab 4 S 10:45AM 1:45PM 1/27 5/5 CHE General Chemistry I Lecture 4 T 3:50PM 5:50PM 1/23 5/8 CHE General Chemistry I Lab 4 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/8 CHE General Chemistry I Lab 4 W 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/24 5/9 CHE General Chemistry I Lecture 4 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 CHE General Chemistry I Lab 4 M 3:05PM 5:05PM 1/22 5/7 CHE General Chemistry I Lecture 4 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 CHE General Chemistry I Lecture 4 M 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/22 5/7 CHE General Chemistry I Lab 4 M 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/22 5/7 CHE General Chemistry I Lecture 4 S 10:30AM 12:30PM 1/27 5/5 CHE General Chemistry I Lab 4 S 8:00AM 10:40AM 1/27 5/5 CHE General Chemistry II Lab 4 W 1:40PM 3:40PM 1/24 5/9 CHE General Chemistry II Lecture 4 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 CHE General Chemistry II Lecture 4 W 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/24 5/9 CHE General Chemistry II Lab 4 W 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/24 5/9 CHE Introduction To Chemistry Lecture 4 R 10:50AM 12:50PM 1/25 5/3 CHE Introduction To Chemistry Lab 4 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/8 CHE Organic Chemistry II Lecture 5 T R 1:40PM 3:40PM 1/23 5/8 CHE Organic Chemistry II Lab 5 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/8 CHN Chinese Language 3 T R 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/23 5/3 CHN Chinese II 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 CJS Introduction To Criminal Justice 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CJS Criminology 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 CJS Law Enforcement & Society 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CJS Law Enforcement & Society 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CJS Criminal Evidence & Investigation 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 CJS Criminal Evidence & Investigation 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 CJS Juvenile Delinquency 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CJS Criminal Justice Ethics 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 CJS Criminal Law 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 CJS Criminal Justice Administration 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 CJS Drugs & Society 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 CJS Crisis Intervention & The Police 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 CJS Criminal Procedure 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CJS Introduction To Corrections 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CJS Probation, Parole & Community Corr 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 CJS Corporate Security Investigations 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 CJS Security Administration 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9

6 QUINCY CAMPUS COURSES 15 WEEK (Full Semester) continued CSI Advanced Robotics Programming 3 W 1:40PM 4:40PM 1/24 4/25 CJS Domestic Violence 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CSA Database Management/Access 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/3 CSA Spreadsheet Design Bus Solutions 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 CSA Computerized Accounting Quick Books 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 CSA Website Design 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 CSA Website Design 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 CSA Graphics Application 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 CSA D Graphics and Animation 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 F 12:30PM 3:30PM 1/26 5/4 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 CSI C++ Programming 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CSI C++ Programming 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 CSI Advanced C ++ 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Digital Computer Hardware 3 F 12:30PM 3:30PM 1/26 5/4 CSI Introduction to Programming 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction to Programming 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction to Programming 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 CSI Introduction to Programming 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 CSI Introduction to Game development 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Operating Systems 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 CSI Data Structures And Algorithms 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Data Structures And Algorithms 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 CSI Unix With Linux 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Unix With Linux 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 CSI Visual Basic 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CSI Java Programming 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Computer Architecture 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Advanced Java 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Computer System Security 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Computer System Security 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 CSI Server Based Operating System 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Networking I 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Networking II 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Networking III 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Networking III 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 CSI Advanced Gaming 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Android Development 3 M 1:40PM 4:40PM 1/22 5/7 CSI 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ESL 6 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/26 EXS Health Appraisal And Fitness 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/8 EXS Muscular And Cardiovascular Fitness 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/8 EXS Injury Prevention, Flexibility Trn 3 R 4:00PM 6:50PM 1/25 5/3 EXS Strength Training & Endurance Exerc 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/8 EXS Bioenergetics & Biomechanics 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/8 EXS Nutrition for Fitness 3 W 4:30PM 7:30PM 1/24 5/9 EXS Youth And Senior Fitness 3 M 4:00PM 7:00PM 1/22 5/7 EXS Exercise Program Design 3 W 8:00AM 10:40AM 1/24 5/9 EXS Advanced Training Programs 3 T 4:00PM 7:00PM 1/23 5/8 EXS Fitness Facility Management 3 M 8:00AM 10:40PM 1/22 5/7 EXS Exercise Science Internship 3 1/22 5/9 FIN Health Care Finance 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 FIN Investments 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 FIN Principles Of Finance 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 FRN French I 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 FRN French I 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 FRN French II 3 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/3 FRN French II 3 R 6:00PM 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10:40AM 1/23 5/3 MBC Insurance Claim Procedures 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 MBC Medical Administration & Coding:Cer 6 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/9 MGT Principles Of Management 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 MGT Principles Of Management 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 MGT Sales Management 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 MGT Human Resource Management 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 MGT Entrepreneurship, Sm Business Mgt 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/9 MKT Principles Of Advertising 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 MKT Principles Of Marketing 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/9 MUS Fundamentals Of Music 3 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 MUS Class Keyboard 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 MUS Music Theory II 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 MUS History Of Rock 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 MUS Band Management & Music Business 3 M W 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/22 5/9 PHL Introduction To Philosophy 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 PHL Medical Ethics 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/3 PHL Ethics 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 PHL Major Religions Of The World 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 PHL Death and Dying 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 PHY General Physics I Lecture 4 R 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/25 5/3 PHY General Physics I Lab 4 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/8 PHY General Physics I Lecture 4 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 PHY General Physics I Lab 4 W 8:40AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 PHY General Physics I Lecture 4 T R 8:30PM 10:30PM 1/23 5/8 PHY General Physics I Lab 4 T 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/23 5/8 PHY General Physics II Lab 4 M 12:55PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/7 PHY General Physics II Lecture 4 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 PHY College Physics I Lab 4 M 9:25AM 11:25AM 1/22 5/7 PHY College Physics I Lecture 4 M R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4

9 QUINCY CAMPUS COURSES 15 WEEK (Full Semester) continued Hybrid Courses PSY Psychology Of Gender And Culture 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 PSY General Psychology 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 M W 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 PSY General Psychology 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 PSY General Psychology 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 PSY General Psychology 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 PSY General Psychology 3 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/3 PSY General Psychology 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 PSY Child Development 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 PSY Child Development 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/3 PSY Adolescent Psychology 3 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 PSY Psychology Of Change 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 PSY Group Dynamics 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 PSY Abnormal Psychology 3 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/3 PSY Abnormal Psychology 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 PSY Growth And Development 3 M W 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/22 5/9 PSY Growth And Development 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 PSY Health Psychology 3 F 12:15PM 3:15PM 1/26 5/4 PSY Sport Psychology 3 T R 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/23 5/3 SOC General Sociology 3 M W 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/22 5/9 SOC General Sociology 3 M W 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/22 5/9 SOC General Sociology 3 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 SOC General Sociology 3 T R 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/23 5/3 SOC General Sociology 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 SOC General Sociology 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 SOC General Sociology 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 SOC Contemporary Social Problems 3 M W 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/22 5/9 SOC Interpersonal Communication 3 M W 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/22 5/9 SOC Interpersonal Communication 3 T R 12:15PM 1:30PM 1/23 5/3 SOC Interpersonal Communication 3 T R 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/23 5/3 SOC Soc of Medicine, Illness & Health 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 SOC Race, Class, Gender, Social Justice 3 T R 8:00AM 9:15AM 1/23 5/3 SOC Media And Social Perspective 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 SOC Cultural Anthropology 3 M W 9:25AM 10:40AM 1/22 5/9 SPN Spanish I 3 T R 1:40PM 2:55PM 1/23 5/3 SPN Spanish I 3 F 9:00AM 12:00PM 1/26 5/4 SPN Spanish II 3 M W 3:05PM 4:20PM 1/22 5/9 SPN Spanish III 3 T R 10:50AM 12:05PM 1/23 5/3 Hybrid courses are a combination of online and on-campus learning. Students will complete the majority of the classwork online. Science courses that include a lab meet on campus weekly on the day/time indicated below. ACC 101 HY Accounting I 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 ACC 102 HY Accounting II 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/22 5/9 BIO 106 HY Nutrition and Lab 4 R 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/25 5/3 BIO 111 HY General Biology I and Lab 4 T 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/23 5/8 BIO 131 HY Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab 4 W 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/24 5/9 BIO 132 HY Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab 4 R 6:00PM 10:20PM 1/25 5/3 BIO 151 HY Microbiology and Lab 4 W 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/24 5/9 BUS 101 HY Introduction To Business 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 BUS 220 HY Business Ethics 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 CHE 121 HY General Chemistry I and Lab 4 R 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/25 5/3 CJS 101 HY Introduction To Criminal Justice 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 CJS 221 HY Domestic Violence 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 CSI 101 HY Introduction To Computers 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 ECO 201 HY Microeconomics 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 ECO 202 HY Macroeconomics 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 ENV 101 HY Intro Environmental Studies w/lab 4 M 6:00PM 8:20PM 1/22 5/7 FIN 202 HY Health Care Finance 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 HSV 114 HY Substance Abuse & Older Adults 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 HSV 205 HY Substance Abuse Counseling 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4 HSV 260 HY Diverse Populations 3 F 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/26 5/4

10 PLYMOUTH CAMPUS COURSES 5 WEEK - January Start CJS 224 PF 5 1 Unequal Justice 3 T R 8:00AM 12:00PM 1/23 2/22 GOV 201 PF 5 1 American Government 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/23 2/22 HSC 107 PF 5 1 Orientation to Health Care 1 M 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/22 2/26 HSC 107 PF 5 A Orientation to Health Care 1 R 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/25 2/22 5 WEEK - February Start CJS 225 PF 5 2 Victimology 3 T R 8:00AM 12:00PM 2/27 4/5 CSI 101 PF 5 2 Introduction To Computers 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 2/27 4/5 5 WEEK - April Start CJS 113 PF 5 3 Drugs & Society 3 T R 8:00AM 12:00PM 4/10 5/10 IDS 167 PF 5 3 First Year Seminar 3 T R 6:00PM 10:00PM 4/10 5/10 7 WEEK - January Start ACC 101 PF 7 1 Accounting I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 ACC 101 PF 7 A Accounting I 3 T R 12:00PM 2:55PM 1/23 3/6 ACC 201 PF 7 1 Accounting III 3 M W 1:30PM 4:25PM 1/22 3/7 AQC 102 PF 7 1 Principles of Aquaculture 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 BIO 111 PF 7 1 General Biology I and Lab 4 T R 6:00PM 10:30PM 1/23 3/6 ECO 201 PF 7 1 Microeconomics 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 3/6 ENG 101 PF 7 1 English Composition I 3 M W 3:00PM 5:55PM 1/22 3/7 INS 100 PF 7 1 Risk Management and Insurance 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 INS 100 PF 7 A Risk Management and Insurance 3 M W 12:00PM 2:55PM 1/22 3/7 LAW 255 PF 7 1 Legal Ethics 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 3/7 PSY 212 PF 7 1 Group Dynamics 3 T R 3:00PM 6:00PM 1/23 3/6 7 WEEK - March Start ACC 102 PF 7 2 Accounting II 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 ACC 102 PF 7 B Accounting II 3 T R 12:00PM 2:55PM 3/20 5/1 ACC 202 PF 7 2 Accounting IV 3 M W 1:30PM 4:25PM 3/19 5/7 BIO 111 PF 7 2 General Biology I and Lab 4 M W 11:30AM 3:55PM 3/19 5/7 BIO 151 PF 7 2 Microbiology and Lab 4 T R 6:00PM 10:30PM 3/20 5/1 ECO 202 PF 7 2 Macroeconomics 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 ENG 101 PF 7 2 English Composition I 3 T R 3:00PM 5:55PM 3/20 5/1 ENG 102 PF 7 2 English Composition II 3 M W 3:00PM 5:55PM 3/19 5/7 ENG 102 PF 7 B English Composition II 3 T R 12:00PM 3:00PM 3/20 5/1 HIS 102 PF 7 2 United States History II 3 M W 9:00AM 12:00PM 3/19 5/7 INS 200 PF 7 2 Personal and Liability Insurance 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 INS 200 PF 7 B Personal and Liability Insurance 3 M W 12:00PM 2:55PM 3/19 5/7 LAW 201 PF 7 2 Business Law I 3 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/19 5/7 MAT 097 PF 7 2 Beginning Algebra 3 T R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20 5/1 MAT 103 PF 7 2 College Algebra 3 M W 1:30PM 4:30PM 3/19 5/7 SOC 201 PF 7 2 Cultural Anthropology 3 T R 3:00PM 6:00PM 3/20 5/1 10 WEEK - January Start CSI Introduction To Computers 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 IDS First Year Seminar 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 MAT College Algebra 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 PSY General Psychology 3 S 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/27 4/14 10 WEEK - March Start HSC 140 PF X B Medical Terminology 3 R 9:00AM 1:00PM 3/1 5/10 HSC 140 PF X 2 Medical Terminology 3 M 6:00PM 10:00PM 3/5 5/21

11 PLYMOUTH CAMPUS COURSES 15 WEEK (Full Semester) EDU Introduction To Education 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 ACC Federal Taxation 3 F 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/26 5/4 ART Photography I 3 M W 2:30PM 3:45PM 1/22 5/9 ART Photography I 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 ART Photography II - Photojournalism 3 MW 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 BIO Nutrition and Lab 4 F 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Nutrition and Lab 4 T R 1:30PM 3:45PM 1/23 5/3 BIO General Biology I and Lab 4 S 8:30AM 1:00PM 1/27 5/5 BIO General Biology I and Lab 4 F 11:00AM 3:30PM 1/26 5/4 BIO General Biology I and Lab 4 T 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/23 4/24 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab 4 S 8:30AM 1:00PM 1/27 5/5 BIO Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab 4 W 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/24 4/25 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab 4 S 8:30AM 1:00PM 1/27 5/5 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab 4 F 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/26 5/4 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab 4 M 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/22 5/7 BIO Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab 4 W 6:00PM 10:30PM 1/24 4/25 BIO Microbiology and Lab 4 S 8:30AM 1:00PM 1/27 5/5 BIO Microbiology and Lab 4 T 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/23 4/24 BIO Microbiology and Lab 4 M 6:00PM 10:30PM 1/22 5/7 BIO Marine Ecology Lab 4 T 4:30PM 5:55PM 1/23 4/24 BIO Marine Ecology Lecture 4 T R 3:00PM 4:15PM 1/23 5/3 BUS Introduction To Business 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 BUS Principles Of Customer Service 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 BUS Business Ethics 3 T R 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/23 5/3 CHE Introduction Forensic Science w/lab 4 R 9:00AM 1:30PM 1/25 4/26 CHE General Chemistry I and Lab 4 M W 9:00AM 11:15AM 1/22 5/9 CHE General Chemistry II and Lab 4 W 4:00PM 8:30PM 1/24 4/25 CHE Introduction To Chemistry and Lab 4 T R 9:00AM 11:15AM 1/23 5/3 CJS Introduction To Criminal Justice 3 M W 9:00AM 11:15AM 1/22 5/9 CJS Introduction To Criminal Justice 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 CJS Law Enforcement & Society 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CJS Crisis Intervention & The Police 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 CJS Introduction To Homeland Security 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CJS Introduction To Corrections 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 CJS White-Collar Crime 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 CSA Database Management/Access 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CSA Website Development with Javascript 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 CSA Digital Multimedia for the Web 3 T R 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 7:30AM 8:45AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 T R 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/23 5/3 CSI Introduction To Computers 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 CSI C++ Programming 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Introduction to Programming 3 M W 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 CSI Advanced Java 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 CSI Computer System Security 3 T R 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/23 5/3 CSI Networking I 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 CSI Networking III 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 ECO Microeconomics 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 ECO Macroeconomics 3 M W 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 EDU Curriculum For Preschool Children 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 EDU Positive Guidance For Young Child 3 M W 4:30PM 5:45PM 1/22 5/9 EDU Children With Special Needs 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 EDU Fin Managmnt Day Care Administratrs 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 EDU Field Experience 6 F 1/22 5/18 ENG Basic Composition 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 ENG English Composition I 3 T R 7:30AM 8:45AM 1/23 5/3 ENG English Composition I 3 M W 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 ENG English Composition I 3 T R 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/23 5/3 ENG English Composition II 3 M W 7:30AM 8:45AM 1/22 5/9 ENG English Composition II 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 ENG English Composition II 3 M W 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 ENG English Composition II 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 ENG English Composition II 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 ENG Speech Communications 3 T R 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/23 5/3 ENG Poetry 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 ENG American Literature II 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 ENG Writing For Professionals 3 M W 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 ENG Crime And Detective Fiction 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 ENG Survey Of Women Writers 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 ENG Literature of War 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 GOV Introduction To Political Science 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 GOV American Government 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 GOV State & Local Government 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 GOV State & Local Government 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 HIS United States History I 3 T R 7:30AM 8:45AM 1/23 5/3 HIS United States History II 3 T R 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/23 5/3 HSC Applied A&P For Health Care Prof 4 M 11:00AM 3:00PM 1/22 5/7 HSC Applied A&P For Health Care Prof 4 T 9:00AM 1:00PM 1/23 4/24 HSC Applied A&P For Health Care Prof 4 W 6:00PM 10:00PM 1/24 4/25 HSV Introduction To Social Work 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 HSV Substance Abuse & Older Adults 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 HSV Helping Skills In Human Services 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 HSV Diverse Populations 3 M W 1:30PM 2:45PM 1/22 5/9 IDS First Year Seminar 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 IDS First Year Seminar 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 IDS First Year Seminar 3 F 12:00PM 2:55PM 1/26 5/4 IDS First Year Seminar 3 W 6:30PM 9:30PM 1/24 4/25 ITA Italian I 3 MW 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9 ITA Italian II 3 MW 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 MAT Basic Mathematics 3 T 3:00PM 6:00PM 1/23 4/24 MAT Basic Mathematics 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 MAT Prealgebra 3 M W 1:30PM 2:45PM 1/22 5/9 MAT Beginning Algebra 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 MAT College Algebra 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 MAT College Algebra 3 T R 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/23 5/3 MAT College Algebra 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 MAT Statistics 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 MAT Statistics 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 MAT Statistics 3 W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/24 4/25 MAT Precalculus 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 MAT Pre-Algebra 0 M W 1:30PM 2:45PM 1/22 5/9 MBC Intro Medical Billing And Coding 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 MBC Medical Administration & Coding:Cer 6 M W 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/9 MGT Principles Of Management 3 M W 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/22 5/9

12 PLYMOUTH CAMPUS COURSES 15 WEEK (Full Semester) continued MKT Principles Of Marketing 3 T R 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/23 5/3 PHL Medical Ethics 3 M W 1:30PM 2:45PM 1/22 5/9 PHL Major Religions Of The World 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 PHY General Physics I and Lab 4 R 1:30PM 5:55PM 1/25 4/26 PSY General Psychology 3 M W 7:30AM 8:45AM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 M W 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/22 5/9 PSY General Psychology 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 PSY Abnormal Psychology 3 F 9:00AM 11:55AM 1/26 5/4 PSY Abnormal Psychology 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 PSY Growth And Development 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 PSY Sport Psychology 3 T R 9:00AM 10:15AM 1/23 5/3 SOC General Sociology 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 SOC General Sociology 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 SOC Contemporary Social Problems 3 T R 12:00PM 1:15PM 1/23 5/3 SOC Interpersonal Communication 3 M W 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/22 5/9 SOC Interpersonal Communication 3 M 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/22 5/7 SPN Spanish I 3 T R 10:30AM 11:45AM 1/23 5/3 SPN Spanish I 3 T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23 4/24 SPN Spanish II 3 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/25 4/26 Hybrid Courses Hybrid courses are a combination of online and on-campus learning. Students will complete the majority of the classwork online. Science courses that include a lab meet on campus weekly on the day/time indicated below. BIO 106 HY P Nutrition and Lab 4 M 6:00PM 8:30PM 1/22 5/18 BIO 111 HY P General Biology I and Lab 4 W 6:00PM 8:30PM 1/22 5/18 BIO 131 HY P Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab 4 R 6:00PM 8:30PM 1/22 5/18 BIO 132 HY P Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab 4 T 6:00PM 8:30PM 1/22 5/18 CJS 108 HY P 1 Criminal Justice Ethics 3 T 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/22 5/18 CJS 108 HY P 2 Criminal Justice Ethics 3 T 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/22 5/18 CJS 224 HY P 1 Unequal Justice 3 R 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/22 5/18 CJS 224 HY P 2 Unequal Justice 3 R 6:00PM 8:00PM 1/22 5/18

13 ONLINE COURSES Course Code Course Title Credits Days Start Date End Date BUS 101 ON Introduction To Business 3 1/22 5/9 BUS 101 ON 1 Introduction To Business 3 1/22 5/9 BUS 220 ON Business Ethics 3 1/22 5/9 CJS 107 ON P Juvenile Delinquency 3 1/22 5/18 Course codes ending in ON or ONP signify online courses. Online courses are conducted through the College s learning management system. All courses are conducted online, except for science-based courses. All sciencebased courses meet on campus ( ON for Quincy campus and ONP for Plymouth campus) for laboratory work. Online courses typically include more reading and more written responses than on-ground courses. While the hours of involvement are flexible, online courses require a weekly time commitment similar to on-ground courses. CJS 113 ON 1 Drugs & Society 3 1/22 5/9 CJS 221 ON P Domestic Violence 3 1/22 5/18 CSI 101 ON Introduction To Computers 3 1/22 5/9 CSI 101 ON 1 Introduction To Computers 3 1/22 5/9 CSI 101 ON 2 Introduction To Computers 3 1/22 5/9 CSI 101 ON P Introduction To Computers 3 1/22 5/18 CSI 101 ON P 2 Introduction To Computers 3 1/22 5/18 CSI 101 ON P 3 Introduction To Computers 3 1/22 5/18 CSI 101 ON P F Introduction To Computers 3 3/19 5/18 ECO 201 ON Microeconomics 3 1/22 5/9 ECO 201 ON 1 Microeconomics 3 1/22 5/9 ECO 202 ON Macroeconomics 3 1/22 5/9 ECO 202 ON Macroeconomics 3 1/22 5/9 EDU 101 ON Intro To Early Childhood Education 3 1/22 5/9 EDU 107 ON Health & Nutrition For Preschoolers 3 1/22 5/9 ENG 101 ON English Composition I 3 1/26 5/4 ENG 101 ON P English Composition I 3 1/22 5/18 ENG 101 ON P 2 English Composition I 3 1/22 5/18 ENG 101 ON P 3 English Composition I 3 1/22 5/18 ENG 102 ON English Composition II 3 1/26 5/4 ENG 102 ON P English Composition II 3 1/22 5/18 ENG 102 ON P 2 English Composition II 3 1/22 5/18 GOV 201 ON American Government 3 1/26 5/4 HIS 101 ON United States History I 3 1/26 5/4 HIS 101 ON P United States History I 3 1/22 5/18 HIS 101 ON P 2 United States History I 3 1/22 5/18 HIS 102 ON United States History II 3 1/26 5/4 HIS 102 ON P United States History II 3 1/22 5/18 HSC 106 ON Introduction to Nutrition 3 F 1/22 5/9 HSC 140 ON Medical Terminology 3 F 1/22 5/9 HSV 103 ON Introduction To Social Work 3 1/22 5/9 MAT 103 ON 1 College Algebra 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 103 ON 2 College Algebra 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 103 ON 3 College Algebra 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 103 ON 4 College Algebra 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 103 ON 5 College Algebra 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 107 ON 1 Statistics 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 107 ON 2 Statistics 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 107 ON 3 Statistics 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 107 ON 4 Statistics 3 F 1/22 5/9 MAT 107 ON P Statistics 3 1/22 5/18 MAT 107 ON P 2 Statistics 3 1/22 5/18 MGT 201 ON Principles Of Management 3 1/22 5/9 MGT 201 ON 1 Principles Of Management 3 1/22 5/9 MGT 203 ON Human Resource Management 3 1/22 5/9 MGT 203 ON 1 Human Resource Management 3 1/22 5/9 MKT 201 ON Principles Of Advertising 3 1/22 5/9 MKT 202 ON Principles Of Marketing 3 1/22 5/9 PSY 101 ON General Psychology 3 1/26 5/4 PSY 101 ON P General Psychology 3 1/22 5/18 PSY 101 ON P 2 General Psychology 3 1/22 5/18 PSY 216 ON Growth And Development 3 1/26 5/4 SOC 101 ON General Sociology 3 1/26 5/4 SOC 101 ON P General Sociology 3 1/22 5/18

14 LIFELONG LEARNING HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER (QUINCY CAMPUS) The Health & Fitness Center provides fitness programs and research studies for adults within the South Shore area. The major purpose of our fitness programs is to reverse the key problem associated with the aging process by remodeling muscle, recharging metabolism, reducing fat, and regaining functional abilities. Our programs typically involve approximately 30 minutes of strength training, 20 minutes of aerobic activity, and five minutes of stretching exercise. Our state-of-the-art facility features new Nautilus machines, new cardio equipment, and excellent instruction/supervision by qualified fitness professionals. In addition, all participants may receive regular body composition and blood pressure assessments in our fitness testing office. Semi-Annual Schedule Cost $250/January 1st June 30th Quincy College Student Cost $50/January 1st June 30th Annual Membership Cost is $475/July 1st June 30th Monday - Thursday: 6:30AM 12 :30PM & 1:00PM 8:00PM Fridays: 6:30AM 12:30PM Saturdays: 8:00AM 1:00PM For more information about Health & Fitness Center programs, please contact Wayne Westcott at or call CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (PLYMOUTH CAMPUS) The Certified Nurse Assistant Program at Quincy College s Plymouth Campus is a non-credit course which qualifies you for the state s competency exam. Certified Nurse Assistants provide basic care for patients in hospitals and residents of long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes. Learn skills and techniques to help meet patients physical and emotional needs through classroom teaching, skills lab training, and hands on patient care. Hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and healthcare organizations are looking for CNA s able to care for those who are ill, injured or disabled and to work with a diverse population in a variety of health care settings. This class will prepare you to take the CNA license exam. Course Code Course Title Days Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Instructor CNA Certified Nursing Assistant T RF 9:00AM 2:30PM 1/23/18 4/6/18 Shea CNA Certified Nursing Assistant T RF 9:00AM 2:30PM 4/24/18 6/29/18 Shea HUMAN RESOURCES CERTIFICATE (QUINCY CAMPUS) This non-credit certificate program is designed for entry level Human Resource professionals or for individuals considering a new career direction or credential. Each course is $231, and meets once a week for 7 weeks. There are two courses taught in the fall and two in the spring. Courses do not have to be taken in sequential order. Course Code Course Title Days Start Time End Time Start Date End Date Instructor NHR Human Resources Management T 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/23/18 3/6/18 Tsaffaras NHR Human Resources Management IV T 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/20/18 5/1/18 Tsaffaras EVENT PLANNING (QUINCY CAMPUS) The 90 hour, six course program, which awards successful graduates with a Certificate in Event Planning, provides foundation level education in event planning and management. Each course is professor-led, providing the process of planning, marketing, implementing and evaluating the outcome of all types of events within the industry social (weddings), corporate, nonprofit, educational and special events. Students will gain the required knowledge and skills to succeed in this rapidly growing and rewarding global industry. Course Code Course Title Days Start Time End Time Start Date End Date NEP Event Planning 4 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 1/11/18 2/8/18 NEP Event Planning 5 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 2/15/18 3/22/18 NEP Event Planning 6 R 6:00PM 9:00PM 3/29/18 5/3/18 TEAS TEST PREPARATION (QUINCY CAMPUS) The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is required for entrance into many nursing programs, including the Quincy College Nursing programs. The TEAS Test Preparation is comprised of four classes: Reading, English Usage, Mathematics, and Science. These classes are intensive reviews for students preparing for the TEAS test. Students can choose to take one class, a combination of classes, or all four classes. Students should already have basic skills of English and Math. Course Code Course Title Days Start Time End Time Start Date End Date NCN TEAS Test Preparation English T 7:00PM 8:30PM 2/6/18 3/6/18 NCN TEAS Test Prep Reading T 5:30PM 7:00PM 2/6/18 3/6/18 NCN TEAS Test Prep Mathematics R 5:30PM 8:30PM 2/8/18 3/8/18 NCN TEAS Test Prep Science W 5:30PM 8:30PM 2/7/18 3/7/18

15 REFUND SCHEDULE REFUND SCHEDULE FOR 15 WEEK COURSES 100% 50% No refund By the 2nd Friday since the start of classes By the 3rd Firday since thestart of classes After the 3rd Friday since the start of classes REFUND SCHEDULE FOR FLEX COURSES* 100% 50% No refund Business day prior to second class meeting Business day prior to third class meeting Day of or after third class meeting *Flex Course are 5, 7, and 10 week courses TUITION & FEES QUINCY COLLEGE TUITION (Number of credits vary by class. Please check course listings.) Cost per credit Avg. #Credits Avg. Cost Liberal Arts & Business $229/credit x 3 credits = $687 Fine Arts & Music $241/credit x 3 credits = $723 Engineering $299/credit x 3 credits = $897 Computer Science & Technology $269/credit x 3 credits = $807 First Year Seminar (IDS 167/3 credit course) $229/credit x 3 credits = $687 NURSING & NATURAL AND HEALTH SCIENCE TUITION Number of credits vary by class. Please check course descriptions.) Cost per credit Avg. #Credits Avg. Cost Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT credits only) $386/credit x 3 credits = $1,158 Biotechnology & Compliance (BTC credits only) $393/credit x 3 credits = $1,179 Nursing (RNU credits only) $814/credit x 3 credits = $2,442 Practical Nursing (PNU credits only) $610/credit x 3 credits = $1,830 Surgical Technology (SUR credits only) $604/credit x 3 credits = $1,812 Sciences (with 2 hours lab) - 4 credits including lab $253/credit x 4 credits = $1,012 Sciences (Organic Chemistry 4 hour lab) - 5 credits including lab $253/credit x 5 credits = $1,265 Math $234/credit x 3 credits = $702 Health Sciences (HSC credits only) $247/credit x 3 credits = $741 Phlebotomy (PHB credits only) $368/credit x 3 credits = $1,104 Exercise Science (EXS credits only) $386/credit x 3 credits = $1,158 Physical Therapy (PTA credits only) $869/credit x 3 credits = $2,607 Aquaculture (AQC credits only) $385/credit x 3 credits = $1,155 QUINCY COLLEGE FEES (Subject to change. Please check with Registrar s Office.) Account/Registration Reactivation Fee $100 Application (Non Nursing, Natural & Health Sciences) $30 Nursing, Natural & Health Sciences Applications $50 Nursing, Natural & Health Sciences Admissions Test $25 Nursing, Natural & Health Sciences Deposit (Non-Refundable) $250 Nursing, Natural & Health Sciences Matriculation Fee $125 Surgical Technology Test Fee $237 CLEP/ACT-PEP Rate $150/course Commencement $150 Commencement Late Fee $75 Experiential Learning Portfolio Evaluation $130/application Experiential Learning Transfer Fee $130/credit Health Insurance Varies High School Student Rate $147/credit Non-US Resident Student Fee $185/credit Late Payment $75 OPT Processing Fee $250 Parking Permit Varies Payment Plan Fee $50 Quincy/N. Quincy high school student rate $263/course Registration Fee $105/semester Returned Check Fee $100/each Senior Citizen Rate (65 and older) $184/course Student Locker Fee $50/semester Student Picture ID (required for library, computer labs, and tutoring services) $30 per ID Student Picture ID replacement $30 per ID Technology Fee (PTA students excluded) $25/credit Transcript Fee $20 Veteran Tuition $135/credit

16 CONTACT US GENERAL INFORMATION PLYMOUTH GENERAL INFORMATION ADMISSIONS ACADEMIC ADVISING CAREER SERVICES STUDENT ACCOUNTS REGISTRAR FINANCIAL AID INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES TUTORING SERVICES MILITARY & VETERANS SERVICES QUINCY CAMPUS LIBRARY PLYMOUTH CAMPUS LIBRARY Spring 2018 COST COMPARISON QUINCY COLLEGE STATE UNIVERSITY PRIVATE UNIVERSITY $687* $1,679 * Average tuition cost of one business or liberal arts class. $6,372 Less than half the cost! QUINCYCOLLEGE.EDU/GRANITE focused on teaching & Learning, One Student at a Time

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