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2 CONTENTS About SUNY & TC3...1 Selecting an Online Course...3 Tuition Rate...3 Online Course Expectations...4 Important Phone Numbers and s...5 Accessing Your Web Course... 6 Academic Calender... 7 Glossary of Academic Terms...8 FALL 15 Courses WINTER 16 and SPRING 16 Courses...12 SPRING 16 Courses SUMMER 16 Courses...15 Course Descriptions...17 Registration Form...28 Online Success Checklist...29 This material is available in alternative formats upon request. Please contact Carolyn Boone at , Ext Tompkins Cortland Community College P.O. Box North Street Dryden, NY Photography by: Leanne Rose Photography

3 COLLEGE CREDIT FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS The CollegeNow Online Advantage CollegeNow Online offers qualified high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit through TC3 online courses. Students take courses taught by TC3 faculty and participate in the online environment alongside part and full-time TC3 students. CollegeNow Online courses are offered at a reduced tuition rate of $70/credit to students at our partner high schools and carry full college credit from TC3. This tuition reduction recognizes the high school s role in providing a mentor and advising services. CollegeNow Online students: Get ahead: Maximizing college credit while in high school helps students graduate sooner and start careers or graduate programs earlier. Save money: CollegeNow Online students pay one-third of the tuition of regular TC3 students, a fraction of an already competitive tuition rate. Explore college and career interests: Students choose from a wide variety of courses, allowing them to explore potential degree programs and careers before they chose a major. Develop critical college success skills: CollegeNow Online students arrive to college better prepared and develop the college-ready skill set necessary for academic success in higher education. Strengthen their transition to college: Taking college coursework while still in high school blurs the line between high school and college and eases students transition to college. Having tackled college-level work, students graduate from high school with a real understanding of the expectations awaiting them in college and the experience and confidence to meet them. Work with a mentor in their high school: A student s guidance counselor or a teacher acts as a mentor, providing support and routine check-ins to ensure student success. Do you want to get ahead, strengthen your college applications, and develop tools for college and career success all while saving money? Talk with your guidance counselor to learn how you can take advantage of CollegeNow Online! FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

4 About SUNY and TC3 A College of The State University of New York The State University of New York (SUNY) is the largest, centrally managed system of public education in the nation. Its 64 campuses bring the opportunity for college education within commuting distance of almost every New York resident. The university system offers a wide range of certificate programs, and associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degree courses of study. Tompkins Cortland Community College is one of 30 two-year community colleges in the SUNY system. These two-year colleges play a unique role in the expansion of educational opportunity. They provide local business and industry with highly skilled employees in a wide variety of occupational curriculum and offer many transfer options to students who wish to pursue advanced degrees. About Tompkins Cortland Community College TC3 is located in a culturally diverse community in the Finger Lakes region of Central New York. Our neighbors include Cornell University, known world-wide as a leading research institution; Ithaca College, known as one of the best private colleges in the United States; and SUNY Cortland, a sister institution in the state university system. Their presence shapes our community as progressive, diverse, and culturally rich. Visit our website at TC3.edu. TC3 Accreditation Tompkins Cortland Community College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission has accredited the nursing program. Equal Opportunity Statement Tompkins Cortland Community College is committed to equal opportunity in employment, admission, and treatment for all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other basis as prohibited by federal or New York state law. Any questions concerning the implementation of these policies should be directed to the affirmative action officer. 2 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

5 Selecting an ONLINE COURSE 1. SEE YOUR GUIDANCE COUNSELOR To register for an online course, you will need an advisor and mentor. Usually, your counselor will serve in one or both of these roles, or will help you identify a mentor. 2. SELECT AN ONLINE COURSE With the help of your advisor, you should select your online course and complete the online registration form (page 27). 3. GET PERMISSION If you wish to receive high school credit for the TC3 online course, you need the permission of your high school principal. CollegeNow will not become involved in this part of the process -- your advisor should help you take care of this within your school s system. 4. SEND REGISTRATION FORM Note: Registration is subject to availability. The registration form should be faxed or mailed to the CollegeNow office. Fax: Mail: CollegeNow, TC3, P.O. Box 139, 170 North Street, Dryden, NY PAYMENT Payment for the course may be made by the student or by the school. Schools that require an invoice from TC3 should contact the CollegeNow office. All payments may be made by phone, fax, mail, or through your mytc3 account. Reduced tuition requires obtaining a Certificate of Residence. CollegeNow office: or call Vicki Dann at , Ext $70 PER CREDIT FOR QUALIFIED JUNIORS AND SENIORS FROM OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE Reduced tuition also REQUIRES a valid NYS certificate of residence. You must provide your notarized certificate of residence application and necessary proof of residence with your registration form and return it to your advisor in your high school. Certificates of residence are valid for one year. Download your county s certificate of residence application in PDF format by visiting TC3.edu/Collegnow and selecting Certificate of Residence in the right column. at cert. Tompkins County residents are not required to obtain a certificate of residency. METHODS OF PAYMENT: Cash, check, money order, third party, or credit card. Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are accepted. REFUND POLICY: You will be charged non-refundable tuition according to the following schedule: FALL/SPRING CollegeNow Online Reduced Tuition Rate Prior to the start of classes...0% During the first week of classes...25% During the second week of classes...50% During the third week of classes...75% After the third week of classes...100% SUMMER/WINTER On or before the last date to drop a course...0% After the last date to drop a course...100% *Non-refundable tuition charges will be prorated on a similar schedule for courses less than 15 weeks. Non-payment of tuition does not constitute an automatic withdrawal. Tuition must be paid for transcript to be released. Registration holds will be placed on unpaid accounts. FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

6 Online Course Expectations Success in an online course requires a great deal of motivation and self-discipline. Online courses are collegelevel courses with requirements equivalent to and time commitments that may exceed those of face-to-face courses. Students who excel in the online environment are self-motived students with strong reading comprehension and time management skills. Calculate how much your online course(s) will demand: credits X 2.5 to 4 hours per week = hours per week Can you commit this much time? Be honest with yourself. Consider your regular school day, homework, sports, other extracurricular activities, and employment. You must be able to log in at least three to five times each week, complete all assignments on time, and read all course documents provided by the instructor and other students. Working with an Advisor Should I Take an Online Course? Honest self-assessment of learning strengths and styles is critical when deciding to take an online course. If you cannot answer yes to all of the following questions, the online environment may not be a good match for your learning style: Are you motivated to learn? Are you able to overcome procrastination? Do you start and finish projects on time? Do you enjoy discussions with others? Online courses often require participation in discussion forums. Do you continue to work on a problem or task until you complete it? Time Commitment Students are responsible for following TC3 s Academic Calendar for their online courses. They should be aware that online courses normally start before the high school begins and that school breaks may not align. The average student spends 2.5 to 4 hours per week per credit on coursework. For a three-credit course, students should plan on spending at least 7.5 to 12 hours per week on the course. Students who excel in online courses are self-motivated to complete assignments independently and on time. However, while online courses are asynchronous meaning there is no requirement to log on at a specific time online courses are not self-paced. Assignments must be submitted by the date and time specified on the course schedule. The advisor is usually the student s guidance counselor, who assists students in selecting courses of interest or that may fulfill future degree requirements. Using the student s high school performance and knowledge of the student s reading comprehension, writing, and math skills, the advisor assists in placing students in appropriate courses. Working with a Mentor All high school students enrolled in online courses are required to work with a mentor (a guidance counselor or teacher) who review important guidelines and expectations with the student. Mentors also meet routinely with the student to make ensure progress and help troubleshoot any issues that may arise. Reading the Advisor Guidelines and Mentor Guidelines can help students understand the roles of the advisor and mentor and how they will be expected to participate in these important support systems. To read the guidelines, go to collegenow and select on CollegeNow Online. The inside back cover of the catalog contains the Online Success Checklist, which students are expected to follow and refer to in meetings with their mentor. 4 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

7 Important Phone Numbers and Addresses CollegeNow , Ext Campus Technology Open SUNY Help Desk Disability Services (Academic Accommodations) , Ext Baker Center for Learning (Tutoring Information) , Ext Need a Tutor? Access Online Tutoring from Home! STAR-NY Online Help for Writing, Math, Chemistry, and Accounting is available through a consortium of New York colleges and universities (STAR-NY). This service is available during the fall and spring semesters. Its online tutors are from 13 different Upstate NY schools, including TC3! Ready for the SAT/ACT? We can help. Visit ed2go.com/tc3 then search SAT/ACT for prep courses. To access STAR-NY tutoring, go to NetTutor Professional online tutoring is available to all TC3 students through the NetTutor program. Live math help is available all evenings, nights, and weekends. Further information regarding subjects and hours can be found in the Blackboard Community called, Baker Commons Online Tutoring. How to Access NetTutor Current students may access this by going to MyTC3, MyWebCourses and clicking on Baker Commons Online Tutoring in the Community section. FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

8 Tompkins Cortland Community College OpenHouse SPRING 2015 Friday, April 10 FALL 2015 Friday, November 6 SPRING 2016 Friday, April 8 SAVE THE DATES Get Started in High School, Finish Your Degree at TC3 Find out how TC3.edu/collegenow CollegeNow students who complete their degrees at TC3: Enjoy priority residence hall placement in TC3 s fully outfitted suite-style apartments. Work with award-winning faculty in pursuit of 25 different transfer degrees, including Biotechnology, Communication and Media Arts, International Business, and Liberal Arts, to name a few. Are eligible for thousands of dollars in local scholarships through TC3 s Foundation. May be considered for the international honor society Phi Theta Kappa in their very first semester. Study abroad with TC3 Global and participate in international internships and service learning. Gain critical leadership skills through participation in campus clubs and the Student Government Association. Join the ranks of the TC3 Panthers high-achieving studentathletes. Are supported by transfer advisors who help them maximize the transferability of their degrees. Benefit from career counseling and newly launched Career Coach as they explore in-demand employment opportunities and the degrees that lead to them. Whether you plan to transfer for your bachelor s degree or enter the workforce, completing your associate s degree at TC3 can catalyze your academic journey while helping you grow into a completive college applicant or job candidate. 6 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

9 ACADEMIC CALENDARS Fall 2015 Classes Begin...August 26 (W) Fall Break - No Day or Evening Classes...October 9-13 (F-T) Fall Day (All College Retreat)... October 13 (R) Prospective Student Open House...November 6 (F) Registration Day - No Day Classes...November 12 (R) Thanksgiving-No Day or Evening Classes...November (W-Sa) *Final Exam Week... December (M-F) Classes End...December 18 (F) Grades Due...December 21 (M) 15-week classes (Aug 26 - Dec 18) Last day to add...september 9 (W) Last day to drop... September 16 (W) Last day to withdraw W... October 30 (F) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...December 7 (M) First 5-week classes (Aug 26 - Sept 30) Last day to add... August 28 (F) Last day to drop... September 1 (T) Last day to withdraw W...September 16 (W) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...September 25 (F) Second 5-week classes (Oct 1 - Nov 9) Last day to add... October 5 (M) Last day to drop...october 7 (W) Last day to withdraw W...October 26 (M) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...November 4 (W) Third 5-week classes (Nov 10 - Dec 18) Last day to add...november 13 (F) Last day to drop...november 17 (T) Last day to withdraw W...December 4 (F) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...December 11 (F) Late start classes (Oct 1 - Dec 18) Last day to add...october 14 (W) Last day to drop...october 19 (M) Last day to withdraw W... November 17 (R) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...December 11 (F) Winter 2016 Classes Begin...December 21 (M) Campus Holiday Break Begins... December 24 (R) *Please Note: Winter session classes are in session via Blackboard while the campus is closed during holiday break. Campus Holiday Break Ends...January 4 (M) Classes End...January 22 (F) Grades Due...January 25 (M) Last day to add...december 22 (T) Last day to drop... December 23 (W) Last day to withdraw W...January 8 (F) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...January 19 (T) Spring 2016 Classes Begin...January 27 (W) Spring Break...March (M-Sa) Prospective Student Open House...April 1 (F) Registration Day...April 13 (W) *Final Exam Week...May (M-F) Classes End...May 20 (F) Grades Due...May 23 (M) Commencement...May 26 (R) 15-week classes (Jan 27 - May 20) Last day to add...february 9 (T) Last day to drop...february 16 (T) Last day to withdraw W...April 6 (W) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...May 10 (T) First 5-week classes (Jan 27 - Mar 1) Last day to add...january 29 (F) Last day to drop... February 2 (T) Last day to withdraw W...February 16 (T) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...February 25 (R) Second 5-week classes (Mar 2 - April 15) Last day to add...march 8 (T) Last day to drop...march 10 (R) Last day to withdraw W...March 31 (R) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...April 11 (M) Third 5-week classes (April 18 - May 20) Last day to add...april 20 (W) Last day to drop... April 22 (F) Last day to withdraw W... May 6 (F) Last day to withdraw WP/WF... May 13 (F) Late start classes (Mar 2 - May 20) Last day to add...march 14 (M) Last day to drop...march 17 (R) Last day to withdraw W... April 22 (W) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...May 13 (F) Summer 2016 Classes Begin...June 1 (W) First 5-week Session (June 1 - July 1) Last day to add...june 3(F) Last day to drop...june 7 (T) Last day to withdraw W...June 20 (M) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...June 29 (W) Second 5-week Session (July 6 - Aug 5) Last day to add...july 8 (F) Last day to drop...july 12 (T) Last day to withdraw W...July 25 (M) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...Aug 3 (W) Eight Week Session (June 1 - July 26) Last day to add...june 7 (T) Last day to drop... June 10 (F) Last day to withdraw W...July 1 (F) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...July 20 (W) Ten Week Session (June 1 - August 5) Last day to add...june 8 (W) Last day to drop...june 13 (M) Last day to withdraw W...July 12 (T) Last day to withdraw WP/WF...July 29 (F) FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

10 GLOSSARY OF ACADEMIC TERMS Academic Accommodations Appropriate accommodations are provided to students with documented disabilities, which allow them equal access to the college s programs, services, and activities. Academic Integrity The expectation that students act in an academically honest fashion, in writing papers and reports, in taking examinations, in performing laboratory experiments and reporting the results, in clinical and cooperative learning experiences, and in attending to paperwork such as registration forms. Academic Standards Minimum grade point average and ratio of earned/attempted credits necessary to remain in good academic standing. Failure to maintain minimum standards can result in probation and/or suspension from the College. Associate s Degree Awarded to a student following completion of a two-year curriculum/program comprised of 60 or more semester credits. TC3 awards the following degrees: Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science. Blackboard The online learning platform used by all SUNY colleges. All of the TC3 s online courses run through Blackboard. Co-requisite A course that must be successfully completed before or enrolled in concurrently (in the same semester) with a particular course. Course Outline (syllabus) Description of a particular course section s requirements, including required textbooks, learning goals/outcomes, assignments, exams and other assessments, as well as attendance and grading policies. Credit/Credit Hour The unit used to measure progress toward a degree or certificate, measured in semester hours. Developmental Course A pre-college level course intended to develop a student s basic skills in reading, writing, or mathematics to the level necessary for success in college-level coursework. These courses are designated by numbers less than 100. Developmental courses do not earn credit toward a degree or certificate and grades are not calculated into the grade point average (GPA), though they impact academic standing. Dropping a Course Requesting to be removed from a course within the allowed timeline. Dropped courses do not appear on the transcript or impact the student s GPA. Elective Course A program requirement that allows a student to choose from a number of possible courses, either restricted to a particular group of courses (e.g., social science or math), or unrestricted. General Education Requirements Areas of coursework that must be completed by all students in all programs. The college and SUNY designate general education requirements. Courses that satisfy any of the ten SUNY Gen. Ed. areas are guaranteed to transfer to other SUNY colleges. Students must earn 30 credits across seven SUNY Gen. Ed. areas to earn an A.A. or A.S. degree. Grade Point Average (GPA) A numerical average based on the credit hours attempted and quality points for grades earned in courses taken at TC3. At the end of each semester, separate semester (term) and cumulative (overall) grade point averages are calculated. Liberal Arts Courses that are intended to provide general knowledge and to develop a student s intellectual capacities. At TC3 they are designated as social science, math/science, or humanities courses. Matriculated (Matriculation) A matriculated student has been accepted for admission to the College, is enrolled in an academic program, and is pursuing courses toward earning a degree or certificate. Plagiarism The use of another person s written words, thoughts, or ideas as one s own. Students can avoid plagiarism through proper documentation of sources. Prerequisite A course that must be successfully completed before enrolling in a particular course. Probation: Status of students who fail to achieve the minimum academic standards. A student on academic probation may register for classes after completing a Student Success Plan but will be limited to a maximum of thirteen total semester credits. The notation Probation will be placed on the student s academic record (transcript). Semester A 15-week period of instruction and exams. Suspension Status of students who fail to meet academic standards for two consecutive semesters. Academic suspension is for the period of one semester, including any intervening summer session, and suspended students will be de-registered from classes. The notation Suspension will be placed on the student s academic record (transcript). Transcript The official academic record for each TC3 student, maintained by the Academic Records Office. The transcript shows all academic work attempted and grades earned, as well as transfer credits accepted from other schools. Transfer Credit Credit granted toward a degree or certificate for work completed at another recognized institution. Transfer credits are not used in calculation of the grade point average. Withdrawing from a Course Requesting to be removed from a course before the specified deadline. Withdrawals do appear on the transcript. Too many withdrawals can affect financial aid eligibility. 8 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

11 Your mytc3 Account and Logging into Your Online Course TC3 Campus Technology provides an exciting set of online services called mytc3. You will receive instructions on accessing mytc3 when you register for classes. It is very important that you familiarize yourself with the mytc3 systems to maximize your college experience. To log in to mytc3 for the first time: 1. Go to and select mytc3 2. Select Sign In in the upper right corner of the mytc3 portal 3. Enter your user name and initial password 4. You will be prompted to change your password. You must complete this step. 5. After logging in you will be prompted to create your security questions in mypassword. You must complete this step. 6. You are now ready to use your mytc3 account. After you are signed in to mytc3 Portal you will notice your name in the upper right hand corner. You may directly access each of the following services by clicking on the appropriate links: myinfo Access important information including; grades, financial aid, schedule, sign up for emergency notification via text messaging, register online, pay your bill and more. mymail Official correspondence from faculty, admissions, registrar, and financial aid will be sent to this address. Students should check their mymail account frequently. myweb COURSES Participate in web-based or web-enhanced courses and receive online tutoring. If myinfo is down, students can link directly to tc3bb.open. suny.edu to access their online courses. mycard Add funds to your TC3 ID card for printing, copying, and purchasing items on campus. You can also disable your card if you lose it. The mycard system requires a separate account to be created. To gain access, click the Create PIN FOR First Time User link on the mycard site. If you are having trouble accessing your TC3 account or any other technology resources of the College, please contact Technology Support: Phone: , Ext. 4550, Room 258 on the Dryden campus. Blackboard Orientation It is critical that you complete the Blackboard Orientation at even if you have already taken a course in Angel. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Open SUNY Helpdesk: Phone: Website: TC3 Tech Support also offers in-person Blackboard orientations and troubleshooting support. FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

12 Fall 15 Online Courses Listed courses are anticipated to run. Please check TC3.edu/catalog for an updated list of sections. Students must meet all course prerequisites. 15-weeks Course ID Title Type Session Section Credits Instructor(s) ACCT 101 Principles of Accounting I LEC 15W BL1 4 Ford, Gary ACCT 102 Principles of Accounting II LEC 15W BL1 4 Ford, Gary ANTH 201 Introduction to Anthropology LEC 15W BL1 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T ANTH 202 Cultural Anthropology LEC 15W BL1 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T ASTR 101 Introductory Astronomy LEC 15W BL1 3 Pijanowski, Gregory BIOL 114 Essentials of Nutrition LEC 15W BL1 3 Kobre, Michael BUAD 103 Entrepreneurship I LEC 15W BL1 3 Vazenois, George BUAD 106 Foundations of Business LEC 15W BL1 3 Haverlock, Kevin BUAD 111 International Business LEC 15W BL1 3 Haverlock, Kevin BUAD 201 Business Law I LEC 15W BL1 3 Chase, Larry BUAD 203 Business Communications LEC 15W BL1 3 Moody, Bud BUAD 208 Principles of Management LEC 15W BL1 3 DeFranco, Tony BUAD 212 Quality Customer Service LEC 15W BL1 3 Stafford, Susan BUAD 219 Human Resource Management LEC 15W BL1 3 Quick, Ray CIS 108 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEC 15W BL1 3 Smith, Tammy CIS 215 Operating Systems LEC 15W BL1 2 Smith, Tammy CIS 220 Database Concepts LEC 15W BL1 3 Whitener, Ken CIS 223 Programming in C++ Advanced Topics LEC 15W BL1 3 Whitener, Ken COMM 100 Creating Online Media LEC 15W BL1 3 DeFranco, Tony COMM 101 Mass Media LEC 15W BL1 3 Xaver, Chris CRJU 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice LEC 15W BL1 3 Pace, Robert CSCI 160 Introduction to Computer Programming LEC 15W BL1 3 Whitener, Ken CSS 212 Help Desk and User Support LEC 15W BL1 3 Smith, Tammy ECHD 125 Introduction to Early Childhood Education LEC 15W BL1 3 Estep, Nancy ECON 101 Introduction to Economics LEC 15W BL1 3 Haverlock, Kevin ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics LEC 15W BL1 3 Haverlock, Kevin ECON 121 Principles of Macroeconomics LEC 15W BL1 3 Haverlock, Kevin ENGL 100 Academic Writing I LEC 15W BL1 3 Earley, Bernie ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC 15W BL1 3 McCabe, Lindsey ENGL 102 Approaches to Literature LEC 15W BL1 3 Gilbert, Mary ENGL 204 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication LEC 15W BL1 3 Seyfried, Matt FITN 108 Adult Recreation and Fitness LAB 15W BL1 1 Hamel, Martha FITN 208 Weight Control LAB 15W BL1 1 Xaver, Chris HLTH 206 Personal Health LEC 15W BL1 3 Pasto, Linda HLTH 207 Drug Studies LEC 15W BL1 3 Stanton, Dawn HLTH 208 Alcohol and Alcoholism LEC 15W BL1 3 Finn, Bradley HSTY 101 Development of the Western Tradition I LEC 15W BL1 3 Flaten, David HSTY 102 Development of the Western Tradition II LEC 15W BL1 3 Flaten, David HSTY 201 American History to 1899 LEC 15W BL1 3 Bieber, Erin HSTY 202 American History Since 1899 LEC 15W BL1 3 Bieber, Erin IRM 101 Research Strategies LEC 15W BL1 3 DeFranco, Tony MATH 100 Intermediate Algebra LEC 15W BL1 3 Georgiakaki, Sophia MATH 109 Statistical Literacy LEC 15W BL1 3 Daehn, James MATH 132 College Algebra and Trigonometry LEC 15W BL1 3 Penziul, Carl MATH 200 Statistics LEC 15W BL1 3 Putnam, Nancy PARA 101 Introduction to Paralegalism LEC 15W BL1 3 Granison, Henry PHIL 201 Contemporary Moral Issues LEC 15W BL1 3 Galezo, David PSYC 101 Psychology of Personal Growth LEC 15W BL1 3 Ryan, Pat PSYC 103 Introduction to Psychology LEC 15W BL1 3 Gilewski, Amber PSYC 200 Theories of Personality LEC 15W BL1 3 Rea, Cornelia KEY Class Sessions: 15-weeks (15W) First 5-weeks (1ST5W) Second 5-weeks (2ND5W) Third 5-weeks (3RD5W) 10-week Late Start (LSTART) 10 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

13 Fall 15 Online Courses 15-weeks cont... PSYC 201 Social Psychology LEC 15W BL1 3 Hamel, Matty PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology: The Child LEC 15W BL1 3 Underwood, Rehema PSYC 207 Developmental Psychology: The Adolescent LEC 15W BL1 3 Rea, Cornelia PSYC 208 Developmental Psychology: The Adult LEC 15W BL1 3 Rea, Cornelia PSYC 209 Abnormal Psychology LEC 15W BL1 3 Smith, Joseph SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology LEC 15W BL1 3 Coleman, Cynthia SOCI 205 Contemporary Social Problems LEC 15W BL1 3 Coleman, Cynthia SOCI 207 Introduction to Criminology LEC 15W BLI 3 Ochs, Scott First 5-weeks CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC 1ST5W BL1 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC 1ST5W BL1 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC 1ST5W BL1 1 Smith, Tammy HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC 1ST5W BL1 1 Doane, Brent Second 5-weeks CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC 2ND5W BL4 1 Wells, Fran CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC 2ND5W BL2 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 123 Advanced Spreadsheets LEC 2ND5W BL1 1 Edgecomb, Patricia CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC 2ND5W BL2 1 Edgecomb, Patricia CAPS 133 Advanced Databases LEC 2ND5W BL1 1 Smith, Tammy HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC 2ND5W BL2 1 Wormuth, Courtney Third 5-weeks CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC 3RD5W BL5 1 Wells, Fran CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC 3RD5W BL5 1 Wells, Fran CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC 3RD5W BL3 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 133 Advanced Databases LEC 3RD5W BL2 1 Edgecomb, Patricia HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC 3RD5W BL3 1 Doane, Brent Late Start ENGL 100 Academic Writing I LEC LSTART BL3 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC LSTART BL5 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 102 Approaches to Literature LEC LSTART BL3 3 Gilbert, Mary ENGL 215 Short Fiction LEC LSTART BL1 3 Gold, Darlene FITN 108 Adult Recreation and Fitness LAB LSTART BL2 1 Doane, Brent POSC 103 American National Government LEC LSTART BL1 3 Richards, David PSYC 103 Introduction to Psychology LEC LSTART BL4 3 Ryan, Pat SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology LEC LSTART BL2 3 Sloan, Cindy FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

14 Winter 16 Online Courses The condensed winter session schedule requires students to cover the coursework at a faster pace. ACCT 101 Principles of Accounting LEC BL1 FULL 4 Ford, Gary ACCT 102 Principles of Accounting II LEC BL1 FULL 4 Ford, Gary. ANTH 201 Introduction to Anthropology LEC BL1 FULL 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T, BUAD 204 Principles of Marketing LEC BL1 FULL 3 Chase, Larry BUAD 208 Principles of Management LEC BL1 FULL 3 Chase, Larry CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC BL1 FULL 1 Powell, Marsha CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC BL1 FULL 1 Powell, Marsha CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC BL1 FULL 1 Powell, Marsha COMM 100 Creating Online Media LEC BL1 FULL 3 DeFranco, Tony ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics LEC BL1 FULL 3 Haverlock, Kevin ENGL 100 Academic Writing I LEC BL1 FULL 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC BL1 FULL 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 102 Approaches to Literature LEC BL1 FULL 3 Gilbert, Mary ENGL 204 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication LEC BL1 FULL 3 Seyfried, Matt HLTH 207 Drug Studies LEC BL1 FULL 3 Smith, Joe HLTH 208 Alcohol & Alcoholism LEC BL1 FULL 3 Lipa, Tom HLTH 210 Consumer Health Issues LEC BL1 FULL 3 Doane, Brent HSTY 101 Development of the Western Tradition I LEC BL1 FULL 3 Campbell, Katrina IRM 101 Research Strategies LEC BL1 FULL 1 DeFranco, Tony MATH 100 Intermediate Algebra LEC BL1 FULL 3 Georgiakaki, Sophia MATH 132 College Algebra and Trig. LEC BL1 FULL 3 Penziul, Carl PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy LEC BL1 FULL 3 Galezo, David POSC 103 American National Government LEC BL1 FULL 3 Richards, David PSYC 101 Psychology of Personal Growth LEC BL1 FULL 3 Ryan, Pat PSYC 103 Introduction to Psychology LEC BL1 FULL 3 Rea, Cornelia SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology LEC BL1 FULL 3 Sloan, Cindy All winter session classes are 5 weeks Spring 16 Online Courses Listed courses are anticipated to run. Please check TC3.edu/catalog for an updated list of sections. Students must meet all course prerequisites. 15-weeks Course ID Title Type Session Section Credits Instructor(s) ACCT 101 Principles of Accounting I LEC BL1 15W 4 Ford, Gary ACCT 102 Principles of Accounting II LEC BL1 15W 4 Cattan, Charmain ACCT 120 Accounting for Microcomputers LEC BL1 15W 3 Cattan, Charmain ANTH 201 Introduction to Anthropology LEC BL1 15W 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T ANTH 202 Cultural Anthropology LEC BL1 15W 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T ASTR 101 Introduction to Astronomy LEC BL1 15W 3 Pijanowski, Gregory BIOL 114 Essentials of Nutrition LEC BL1 15W 3 Kobre, Michael BUAD 103 Entrepreneurship I LEC BL1 15W 3 Vazenois, George BUAD 106 Foundations of Business LEC BL1 15W 3 Haverlock, Kevin BUAD 111 International Business LEC BL1 15W 3 Haverlock, Kevin BUAD 201 Business Law I LEC BL1 15W 3 Chase, Larry BUAD 202 Business Law II LEC BL1 15W 3 Granison, Henry BUAD 203 Business Communications LEC BL1 15W 3 Wells, Fran BUAD 204 Principles of Marketing LEC BL1 15W 3 Quick, Raymond BUAD 208 Principles of Management LEC BL1 15W 3 DeFranco, Tony BUAD 212 Quality Customer Service LEC BL1 15W 3 Stafford, Susan KEY Class Sessions: 15-weeks (15W) First 5-weeks (1ST5W) Second 5-weeks (2ND5W) Third 5-weeks (3RD5W) 10-week Late Start (LSTART) 12 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

15 Spring 16 Online Courses 15-weeks cont... BUAD 219 Human Resource Management LEC BL1 15W 3 Quick, Raymond CIS 108 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEC BL1 15W 3 Smith, Tammy CIS 132 Network Design LEC BL1 15W 3 Leopardi, Sabatino CIS 213 Programming in C++ LEC BL1 15W 3 Whitener, Ken CIS 214 Systems Analysis and Design LEC BL1 15W 3 Smith, Tammy CIS 225 JAVA LEC BL1 15W 3 Smith, Tammy CIS 227 Web Programming & Design LEC BL1 15W 3 Smith, Tammy COMM 100 Creating Online Media LEC BL1 15W 3 DeFranco, Tony COMM 101 Mass Media LEC BL1 15W 3 Xaver, Chris CRJU 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice LEC BL1 15W 3 Emmart, Michael CSS 112 Hardware Repair and Maintenance LEC BL1 15W 3 Leopardi, Sabatino ECHD 125 Introduction to Early Childhood Education LEC BL1 15W 3 Estep, Nancy ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics LEC BL1 15W 3 Haverlock, Kevin ECON 121 Principles of Macroeconomics LEC BL1 15W 3 Haverlock, Kevin ENGL 100 Academic Writing 1 LEC BL1 15W 3 Earley, Bernie ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC BL1 15W 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 200 Screenwriting LEC BL1 15W 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 204 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication LEC BL1 15W 3 Gilbert, Mary ENGL 233 Film Analysis LEC BL1 15W 3 Ford, Lisa FITN 108 Adult Recreation and Fitness LEC BL1 15W 1 Hamel, Matty HLTH 206 Personal Health LEC BL1 15W 3 Sharpe, Kim HLTH 207 Drug Studies LEC BL1 15W 3 Smith, Joseph HLTH 208 Alcohol and Alcoholism LEC BL1 15W 3 Finn, Brad HLTH 210 Consumer Health Issues LEC BL1 15W 3 Doane, Brent HSTY 101 Development of the Western Traditions I LEC BL1 15W 3 Campbell, Katrina HSTY 110 World History to 1500 LEC BL1 15W 3 Sheehan, John HSTY 201 American History to 1877 LEC BL1 15W 3 Flaten David MATH 100 Intermediate Algebra LEC BL1 15W 3 Georgiakaki, Sophia MATH 109 Statistical Literacy LEC BL1 15W 3 Daehn, James MATH 132 College Algebra & Trigonometry LEC BL1 15W 3 Penziul, Carl MATH 135 Precalculus LEC BL1 15W 3 Penziul, Carl MATH 200 Statistics LEC BL1 15W 3 Putnam, Nancy METR 101 Introduction to Meteorology LEC BL1 15W 3 DeGaetano, Margaret PARA 101 Introduction to Paralegalism LEC BL2 15W 3 Eisenberg, Seth PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy LEC BL1 15W 3 Galezo, David POSC 213 Constitutional Law LEC BL1 15W 3 Rossiter, Judy PSYC 101 Psychology of Personal Growth LEC BL1 15W 3 Ryan, Pat PSYC 103 Introduction to Psychology LEC BL1 15W 3 Gilewski, Amber PSYC 103 Introduction to Psychology LEC BL2 15W 3 Rea, Cornelia PSYC 201 Social Psychology LEC BL1 15W 3 Hamel, Matty PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology: The Child LEC BL1 15W 3 Underwood, Rehema PSYC 207 Developmental Psychology: The Adolescent LEC BL1 15W 3 Rea, Cornelia PSYC 208 Developmental Psychology: The Adult LEC BL1 15W 3 Rea, Cornelia PSYC 209 Abnormal Psychology LEC BL1 15W 3 Gilewski, Amber SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology LEC BL1 15W 3 Coleman, Cynthia SOCI 206 Juvenile Delinquency LEC BL1 15W 3 Ochs, Scott WD 157 Web and Mobile Design LEC BL1 15W 3 Reynolds, Ken First 5-weeks CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia CAPS 141 Presentation Software LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Doane, Brent FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

16 Second 5-weeks CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC BL4 2ND5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC BL1 2ND5W 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC BL2 2ND5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC BL2 2ND5W 1 Wormuth, Courtney Third 5-weeks CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC BL5 3RD5W 1 Powell, Marsha CAPS 123 Advanced Spreadsheets LEC BL1 3RD5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC BL3 3RD5W 1 Haaland, Andrew CAPS 133 Advanced Databases LEC BL1 3RD5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC BL3 3RD5W 1 Squires, Dan Late Start ENGL 100 Academic Writing I LEC BL5 LSTART 3 McCabe, Lindsey ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC BL5 LSTART 3 McCabe, Lindsey ENGL 102 Approaches to Literature LEC BL2 LSTART 3 Seyfriend, Matt ENGL 204 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication LEC BL3 LSTART 3 Gilbert, Mary ENGL 215 Short Fiction LEC BL1 LSTART 3 Gold, Darlene FITN 108 Adult Recreation and Fitness LEC BL2 LSTART 1 Doane, Brent Summer 16 Online Courses The condensed summer session schedules require students to cover coursework at a faster pace. First 5-weeks Course ID Title Type Session Section Credits Instructor(s) ACCT 101 Principles of Accounting I LEC BL1 1ST5W 4 Ford, Gary ANTH 201 Introduction to Anthropology LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T ASTR 101 Introduction to Astronomy LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Williams, Diane BIOL 114 Essentials of Nutrition LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Kobre, Michael BUAD 106 Foundations of Business LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Haverlock, Kevin BUAD 111 International Business LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Haverlock, Kevin CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Whitener, Ken CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Whitener, Ken COMM 100 Creating Online Media LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 DeFranco, Tony ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Haverlock, Kevin ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 102 Approaches to Literature LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Yantz, Pat ENGL 103 Report Writing LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Yantz, Pat ENGL 200 Screenwriting LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Ford, Lisa ENGL 204 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Seyfried, Matt HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC BL1 1ST5W 1 Davis, Andrew HLTH 207 Drug Studies LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Smith, Joe HUMS/SOCI 206 Juvenile Delinquency LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Ochs, Scott MATH 109 Statistical Literacy LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Georgiakaki, Sophia PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy LEC BL1 1ST5W 3 Galezo, David KEY Class Sessions: 15-weeks (15W) First 5-weeks (1ST5W) Second 5-weeks (2ND5W) Third 5-weeks (3RD5W) 10-week Late Start (LSTART) 14 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

17 Summer 16 Online Courses Second 5-weeks ACCT 101 Principles of Accounting I LEC BL2 2ND5W 4 Ford, Gary ANTH 202 Cultural Anthropology LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Stavenhagen-Helgren, T ASTR 101 Introduction to Astronomy LEC BL2 2ND5W 3 Williams, Diane BUAD 109 Personal Money Management LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Haverlock, Kevin CAPS 131 Introduction to Databases LEC BL1 2ND5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia CAPS 141 Presentation Software LEC BL1 2ND5W 1 Edgecomb, Patricia COMM 101 Mass Media LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Xaver, Chris ECON 121 Principles of Macroeconomics LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Haverlock, Kevin ENGL 102 Approaches to Literature LEC BL2 2ND5W 3 Gilbert, Mary ENGL 204 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication LEC BL2 2ND5W 3 Seyfried, Matt HLTH 126 Health and Fitness LEC BL2 2ND5W 1 Doane, Brent HLTH 208 Alcohol and Alcoholism LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Lipa, Tom HLTH 215 World Health Problems LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Moore, Paula PHIL 201 Contemporary Moral Issues LEC BL1 2ND5W 3 Galezo, David 8-weeks BUAD 203 Business Communications LEC BL1 8W 3 Moody, Bud BUAD 208 Principles of Management LEC BL1 8W 3 Chase, Larry BUAD 219 Human Resource Management LEC BL1 8W 3 Chase, Larry CIS 213 Programming in C++ LEC BL1 8W 3 Whitener, Ken HLTH 206 Personal Health LEC BL1 8W 3 Sharpe, Kim HLTH 210 Consumer Health Issues LEC BL1 8W 3 Doane, Brent HSTY 101 Development of the Western Tradition I LEC BL1 8W 1 Campbell, Katrina HSTY 102 Development of the Western Tradition II LEC BL1 8W 1 Campbell, Katrina HSTY 110 World History Since to 1800 LEC BL1 8W 1 Sheehan, John POSC 103 American National Government LEC BL1 8W 3 Richards, David PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology: The Child LEC BL1 8WK 3 Underwood, Rehema PSYC 208 Developmental Psychology: The Adolesent LEC BL1 8WK 3 Rea, Cornelia PSYC 207 Abnormal Psychology LEC BL1 8WK 3 Smith, Joe SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology LEC BL1 8WK 3 Sloan, Cindy SOCI 205 Contemporary Social Problems LEC BL1 8WK 3 Coleman, Cynthia 10-weeks BUAD 201 Business Law I LEC BL1 10W 3 Chase, Larry CAPS/WD 152 Web Page Design LEC BL1 10W 1 Yavits, Bob ENGL 100 Academic Writing I LEC BL1 10W 3 Rosekrans, Linda ENGL 101 Academic Writing II LEC BL2 10W 3 Earley, Bernie FITN 108 Adult Recreation and Fitness LEC BL1 10W 1 Hamel, Matty HUMN 232 Introduction to World Religion LEC BL1 10W 3 Parks, Paul MATH 132 College Algebra & Trig. LEC BL1 10W 3 Penziul, Carl PARA 101 Introduction to Paralegalism LEC BL1 10W 3 Eisenberg, Seth PSYC 103 Introduction to Psychology LEC BL1 10W 3 Hamel, Matty SOCE 205 Organizational Behavior LEC BL1 10W 3 Chase, Larry FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext

18 Basic Skills Requirements for Course Prerequisites Courses require certain levels of reading, writing, and/or math skills. Below are explanations of those prerequisites or co-requisites. Reading RDNG099 Course includes minimal reading, primarily at grade level and below. No college-level texts are required. RDNG116 If listed as concurrent enrollment, the course requires reading of mostly beginning college-level materials and limited higher college-level materials that will also be covered in class. If prior completion is required, the student should be able to: develop and apply a variety of strategies for reading critically and studying effectively in college, understand and apply basic memory principles and learning processes to enhance strategies for reading critically and studying effectively in college, and understand and apply metacognitive/active reading strategies to enhance strategies for reading a variety of college-level reading material. Writing ENGL099 Course requires minimal writing skills, e.g., short written responses of a paragraph or less. ENGL100 Course requires short written responses and/or short papers without documentation, particularly personal reflection or narrative. Course requires the student to possess a working understanding of basic grammar and mechanics, as well as mastery of paragraph structure. ENGL101 Course requires student to organize and write an essay in response to a college-level reading. Students need to have a basic sense of structure and development when organizing their writing. The student should also have a good understanding of audience when writing. Math MATH090 Course requires very basic arithmetic skills, such as basic computations with fractions, decimals, and percent with and without a calculator. MATH095 Course requires basic mathematical skills plus some beginning algebra skills, such as solving of linear equations. This content is covered in the first half of Algebra I or equivalent. MATH100 Course requires some intermediate algebra skills, which may include graphing, linear equations, inequalities, systems of equations, simple word problems, and/or solving of higher degree equations. This content is covered in the second half of Algebra I. 16 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

19 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ACCOUNTING ACCT 101 Principles of Accounting I Introduces basic accounting concepts and principles for the sole proprietorship with an emphasis on the accounting cycle, and the preparation of financial statements along with their supporting schedules. Emphasis is also placed on the use of special journals, subsidiary ledgers, and valuation accounts. 4 Cr. (4 Lec.) Fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: MATH 090 if required by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 099 and RDNG 116 if required by placement testing. ACCT 102 Principles of Accounting II This course is a continuation of ACCT 101, with emphasis on applications of accounting principles to partnerships and corporations. Topics will include accounting for the formation and operation of both types of business organizations. Cost and Managerial Accounting also are introduced. Prerequisites: ACCT 101; MATH 090 if required by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in RDNG 116 if required by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 100. ACCT 120 Accounting on Microcomputers Provides a realistic approach to computerized accounting applications. The course integrates six of the major accounting systems commonly found in computerized accounting environments: General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Financial Statement Analysis, Depreciation, and Payroll. CAPS 111, CAPS 121, CAPS 131, or higher is recommended. Prerequisites: ACCT 101; MATH 090 and RDNG 099 if required by placement testing; ENGL 099 or prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ESL 103 if required by placement testing. 3 Cr. (2 Lec., 2 Lab.) including family and kinship structure, economic organization, gender roles, enculturation, spirituality and religion, human rights and stratification, cultural change and globalization. Methods and techniques such as field studies and crosscultural comparisons used by anthropologists to examine cultures will be analyzed and applied. The issues of ethnocentrism and cultural relativism will be addressed through cross-cultural perspectives. Students will also research and conduct a cultural study. ANTH 202 fulfills the SUNY General Education Other World Civilizations or the Social Sciences requirement. Prerequisite: Prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) ASTRONOMY ASTR 101 Introductory Astronomy A general study of the fundamental principles of astronomy. The course concerns motions of the earth, members of the solar system, stars, and the universe. ASTR 101 fulfills the SUNY General Education Natural Sciences requirement. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) BIOLOGY BIOL 114 Essentials of Nutrition An integration of basic nutritional science, diet and clinical nutrition. Basic concepts in chemistry, biochemistry and physiology are included, as well as diet assessment of the normal individual. A variety of consumer topics are considered. BIOL 114 fulfills the SUNY General Education Natural Sciences requirement, but is not a laboratory science course. Prerequisites: MATH 095 and RDNG 116 if required by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 201 Introduction to Anthropology Anthropology is a discipline that studies every phase of human existence, from the genesis of humans and their physical and cultural evolution, to the study of modern human life ways and sociocultural orientations across the globe. This course is designed to broaden the student s worldview of people living in both past and present cultures. The student will be introduced to the four basic fields of anthropology: Biological (physical) Anthropology, Archaeology, Sociocultural Anthropology (ethnography), and Linguistic Anthropology. A fifth subfield of Applied Anthropology may also be explored. This course will offer the student insights into the prehistory and history of human development and the methods anthropologists use to study the human past, present, and future. ANTH 201 fulfills the SUNY General Education Social Sciences requirement. Prerequisites: Prior completion or concurrent enrollment in MATH 090 and RDNG 116 if required by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) ANTH 202 Cultural Anthropology Cultural Anthropology focuses on understanding current living human cultures, and the beliefs and practices that make sociallife possible. Special attention is given to cultural areas, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FOR MORE INFORMATION , Ext BUAD 103 Entrepreneurship I Designed to provide a basic foundation of entrepreneurship, the course presents a general overview of what it takes to create a new small business by establishing a sustainable competitive advantage. Topics include the various forms of business ownership, the need for social responsibility and ethics, how to purchase and operate a new business, the human resources skills needed, an awareness of legal issues involved in starting a business, and how to market the business to acquire loyal, long-term customers. Prerequisites: MATH 095 if require by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in RDNG 116 and ENGL 100 if required by placement testing. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 106 Foundations of Business Designed to present an overview of the field of business. Business concepts including the economy, competition, management, and labor relations, will be introduced through lecture and discussion. The course will also explore business areas such as banking, insurance, and the securities market. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) 17

20 BUAD 109 Personal Money Management This course addresses finance at a personal and practical level. Students examine current economic conditions focusing on how they can impact their personal economic situations. Ethics, personal management of cash, debt, credit, investments, insurance, and home buying are examined. Prerequisites: MATH 090 if required by placement testing; prior completion or concurrent enrollment in RDNG 099 if required by placement testing. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 111 International Business Introduces students to the international perspective necessary for businesses to succeed in world markets. Topics related to international business include management, marketing, finance, strategic decision-making, laws and regulations, and the cultural aspects of international business. Prerequisite: Prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 201 Business Law I Covers the basic origins, structure, procedures and terminology of the American legal system and the foundation of law. This course enables students to understand legal aspects of common business activities. Students become aware of potentially serious legal situations, and learn legal language to facilitate discussion of legal issues. They also learn how and when to contact an attorney, and study specific rules and regulations of laws that govern the court system, e.g., crimes, torts, property (real and personal), and contracts. Prerequisite: ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 202 Business Law II This course continues the study of American business law begun in BUAD Business Law I. Students develop an understanding of legal aspects of sales, security devices, commercial paper, corporations, partnerships, and estates. The purpose of the course is to enable the understanding of the legal aspects of common business activities, improve awareness of potentially serious legal situations, learn legal language to facilitate discussion of legal issues, learn how and when to contact an attorney, and learn specific rules and regulations of laws governing the UCC and other legal aspects of business activity. Prerequisite: BUAD Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 203 Business Communications Introduces fundamental concepts and techniques of effective communications in business with emphasis on writing business letters, memoranda, and reports. Consideration is given to collecting data and organizing materials for the presentation of a business report. The importance of the psychological approach to modern business communications is stressed. Prerequisite: ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 204 Principles of Marketing Introduces students to the basic principles of marketing as they relate to modern day business. The course is centered on the four Ps: product, place, promotion, and price. Case problems and current marketing situations are utilized in discussing the marketing concepts. In addition, projects are assigned to allow the student to explore various marketing situations. Prerequisites: BUAD 106 and prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) BUAD 208 Principles of Management Focuses on contemporary management techniques with a minimal amount of time devoted to the personnel function. The course introduces students to the basic managerial functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. Class time is also devoted to total quality management and computer use in management. Prerequisite: Prior completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL Cr. (3 Lec.) COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA ARTS COMM 100 Creating Online Media This course introduces students to the fundamentals of producing online media. The creation and positioning of web sites is examined, as well as the creation of interactive web site content. Journalism skills and writing for online media are emphasized, along with design for digital media. Other topics covered include legal and ethical problems emerging in online media and media convergence. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) COMM 101 Mass Media A critical issues survey course of national mass media that focuses on media literacy. The historical development, economic structure, organization, function, and effects of mass media in society today are emphasized. 3 Cr. (3 Lec.) COMPUTER APPLICATIONS CAPS 111 Introduction to Word Processing An introduction to the operation and uses of a wordprocessing program that covers topics related to the objectives used for the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Core Exam in Word. Topics include inserting and modifying text, creating and modifying paragraphs, formatting documents, managing documents, working with graphics, and workgroup collaboration. Students taking this course in an online format should have access to a computer with Word. Students may not receive credit for both CAPS 105 and CAPS 111 toward their degree program. Prerequisite: Familiarity working in a Microsoft Windows environment is recommended. 1 Cr. (2 Lec., 2 Lab. for 5 weeks.) CAPS 121 Introduction to Spreadsheets An introduction to the operation and uses of a spreadsheet program. Topics covered parallel the objectives used for the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Core Exam in Excel and include working with cells and cell data, managing workbooks, formatting and printing worksheets, modifying workbooks, creating and revising formulas, creating and modifying graphics, and workgroup collaboration. Students taking this course in an online format should have access to a computer with Excel. Prerequisite: Familiarity working in a Microsoft Windows environment is recommended. 1 Cr. (2 Lec., 2 Lab. for 5 weeks.) CAPS 123 Advanced Spreadsheets Advanced topics in Microsoft Excel that fulfill most of the objectives for the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Expert Exam in Excel. Topics include importing and exporting data, managing workbooks, formatting numbers, working with ranges, customizing excel, auditing worksheets, summarizing data, analyzing data (Pivot Tables, Goal Seek, and Solver); 18 TC3 Online courses taught by faculty at Tompkins Cortland Community College

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