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ACCT-101 - Principles of Accounting I - 4.0 Credit(s)
Introduces commonly accepted accounting principles as they pertain to external financial reports. This course addresses the accounting cycle, accounting systems, theories and policies relative to asset valuation, liability measurement, and income determination. Emphasis is placed on accounting for sole proprietorships and partnerships. Prerequisite: ENGL 002, or 007 with a grade of C or higher. Or, eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003, or 007, as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program; and eligibility for enrollment into MATH 020 or completion of MATH 010 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24146 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Yost, Tammy B. 3
Late Start or Part of Term 25294 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Winkelspecht, Stacey L. 5
Late Start or Part of Term 26624 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Winkelspecht, Stacey L. 17

ACCT-200 - Principles of Accounting II - 4.0 Credit(s)
Recording, summarizing, and interpreting financial data for corporations; cash flows; financial statement analysis; job order and process costing; cost/volume/profit analysis budgets, variance analysis, cost allocation, and quantitative decision-making. Prerequisite: ACCT 101 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24866 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Taylor, Florence M. 4

ACCT-203 - Income Tax Accounting - 4.0 Credit(s)
The identification and application of various sources of tax law to various individual income tax situations with emphasis on planning. The taxation of corporations and partnerships as well as retirement plans are reviewed. Commonly filed tax forms are used to demonstrate compliance with tax law. Prerequisite: ACCT 200 with a grade of C or higher or permission of Department Chair.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26415 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Yost, Tammy B. 16

ANTH-101 - Introduction to Anthropology - 3.0 Credit(s)
Examination of anthropology as the study of human physical and social evolution. Major emphasis on the sub-disciplines of physical anthropology, archaeology, and cultural anthropology. Non-literate societies are reviewed in detail. (Core B)(D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26486 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Thompson, Charles T. 3
Late Start or Part of Term 27066 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Thompson, Charles T. 1

ANTH-205 - Cultures of the World - 3.0 Credit(s)
Comparison, analysis, and description of selected cultures of the world from the simple to the complex, including the social evolution of societies from bands to states and the determinants of change. (Core B) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26627 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Scheib, Crystal A. 3

AOS-202 - Project Management - 3.0 Credit(s)
Understanding and implementing time-management skills through manual competencies and computer software. Students complete advanced projects within given timelines - planning, organizing, meeting, and adjusting deadlines, communicating project information, and making decisions as one would on the job.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23190 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Prokopchak, Steven J. 7

Comments: CRN 23190, Requires MS Project 2010. Students can download copy from website.

ASTR-103 - Intro to Planetary Astronomy - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the solar system with an emphasis on the sun, major and minor planets, the earth-moon system, asteriods, comets, meteors, the Kuiper Belt, and the Oort Cloud. This course covers the physical laws of motion and the properties of light, the origin of the Solar System, and formation of the planets. Laboratory exercises reinforce the concepts discussed in the lectures pertaining to the location and motion of objects in the sky. Nominal use of math is required. A course fee is required. (Core C)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26476 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Feller, David FULL
Fees: $15 Comments: CRN 26476, Labs will be conducted online and at home. In addition to the textbook, instructions to download the Starry Night lab software and access code must be purchased from the HACC bookstore.
Late Start or Part of Term 27092 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Feller, David 6
Fees: $15 Comments: CRN 27092, Labs will be conducted online and at home. In addition to the textbook, instructions to download the Starry Night lab software and access code must be purchaseed from the HACC bookstore.

ASTR-104 - Intro to Stellar Astronomy - 3.0 Credit(s)
Covers the physical features of stars (including the sun as a star), stellar distances and motion, evolution and star types, and the Milky Way Galaxy along with other galaxies. Topics include the H-R Diagram, cosmology, galactic clusters, and the history of astronomy. The course includes discussion of recently discovered phenomena such as x-ray and gamma ray bursters, brown dwarfs, and extrasolar planets. It also includes a short unit on the solar system. Computer Planetarium and laboratory exercises allow students to gain familiarity with the science of astronomy. Nominal use of math is required. A course fee is required. (Core C)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24294 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 King, Joseph C. 5
Fees: $15 Comments: CRN 24294, Labs will be conducted online and at home.

BIOL-100 - Basic Microbiology - 1.0 Credit(s)
General review of microbiology with emphasis on pathological mechanisms of infectious disease and precautions necessary for the prevention of infectious disease in health care and extended care facilities.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26055 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Bucks, Michelle A. 17

Comments: CRN 26055, Restricted to students registered in the Pre- practical Surgical Technology Program, Pre-practical Nursing Program, and HACC career programs.

BIOL-103 - Environmental Science - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces basic concepts of human ecology, such as population, natural resources, and pollution, as well as current issues of environmental concern. (Core C)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26607 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Falger, Candice W. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 27091 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Bucks, Michelle A. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 27123 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Falger, Candice W. 12

BIOL-105 - Medical Terminology - 3.0 Credit(s)
The study of frequently used medical terms, abbreviations, and symbols as found within their usual contexts. Approached through an integrative review of anatomy and physiology, common pathophysiological states, and related diagnostic tests and treatments (including an introduction to the metric system).

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23431 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Lee, Molly M. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 24095 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Lyter, Natalie E. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 24511 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Lyter, Natalie E. 2

BIOL-230 - Physiological Pathology - 3.0 Credit(s)
The scientific study of the alterations produced by disease in human systems. Prerequisite: BIOL 122.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26608 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 McGowan, Lori A. 23

BUSI-101 - Introduction to Business - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces students to the broad field of business. This course covers an overview of the characteristics, theories, concepts, and functions of business. Students are provided with the basic frameworks (for further study) for the fields of management, marketing, accounting, finance, human resources, labor relations, business law and ethics, and economics. They are challenged to develop critical thinking skills and to recognize the basic components of any business and how each part interrelates in a global environment. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003, or ENGL 007, as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26448 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 MacIntire, Megan R. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26465 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Cuffie, Maurice C. FULL

BUSI-201 - Business Law I - 3.0 Credit(s)
Discusses the enforcement of legal rights and agencies. This course covers the history and development of Anglo-American law, criminal and tort law as applied to business, contracts, and sales. This course also addresses the application of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) as it applies to the sale of goods. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003, or ENGL 007, as required by the College Testing and Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25302 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Davenport, Anniken 4

BUSI-209 - Legal Environment of Business - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the law as it affects profit and non-profit organizations. This course covers the elements of the legal process; legal rights and liabilities of employers, employees, and consumers; and laws governing relationships among businesses. This course also addresses environmental law, antitrust law, consumer protection, securities, and international law. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003, or ENGL 007, as required by the College Testing and Placement program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26630 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Fields, Sean A. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 27081 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Fields, Sean A. 2

CIS-105 - Intro to Software for Business - 3.0 Credit(s)
Provides a fundamental understanding of computers and familiarizes students with the interaction of computer hardware and software. Emphasis is on the application of computers and hands-on use of software applications, including word processing, spreadsheet, file and database management. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 003, or ENGL 007, and ENGL 051 with a grade of C or higher or their equivalents..

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23340 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Reeves, Deborah A. 3

Comments: CRN 23340, Requires Windows 7/8 and MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code included with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 24310 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Ritchey, Bonnie S. 2

Comments: CRN 24310, Requires Windows 7/8, and MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code included with new textbook purchase at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 25910 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Ritchey, Bonnie S. 2

Comments: CRN 25910, Requires Windows 7/8 and MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 26221 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Nichols, Michael D. 3

Comments: CRN 26221, Requires Windows 7/8 & MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 27093 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Reeves, Deborah A. 6

Comments: CRN 20793, Requires Windows 7/8 and MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code included with new textbook purchase at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 27105 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Boito, Nancy 3

Comments: CRN 27105, Requires Windows 7/8 & MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code included with new textbook purchased at HACC. This course utilizes a supplemental assessment and training program.
Late Start or Part of Term 27124 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Reeves, Deborah A. 9

Comments: CRN 27124, Requires Windows 7/8 and MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code included with new textbook purchased at HACC. This course utilizes a supplemental assessment and training program.

CIS-108 - Introduction to PowerPoint - 1.0 Credit(s)
A hands-on, project-oriented course designed to teach the student to produce professional looking presentation materials in the form of overhead transparencies, electronic presentations using a projection device attached to a computer. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of computer operations.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 21855 Online 09/23/14 - 10/29/14 Reeves, Deborah A. 5

Comments: CRN 21855, Requires Windows 7/8 and MS Office Professional 2013.
Late Start or Part of Term 25304 Online 10/30/14 - 12/12/14 Arnold, Linda L. 9

Comments: CRN 25304, Requires Windows 7/8 and MS Office Professional 2013.

CIS-109 - Technology in Education - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces current or future teachers, administrators, and counselors to the strategies, pedagogies, and tools for integrating technology into the educational environment. The course covers basic computer use, accessing information, using Web 2.0 tools on the World Wide Web, and integrating a current productivity software suite into the education curricula to satisfy National and State Technology Standards. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 101 or Guest Student.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24311 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Mattis, Marjorie A. 6

CIS-110 - Intro to Computer Systems - 3.0 Credit(s)
Provides a hands-on understanding of the underlying concepts, terminology, and operations of hardware components and software associated with computer information systems in industry and for personal use. The Internet and its component parts are covered through in-class activities and extended class assignments. The course serves as a foundation for further study through topics including systems design, data input/output processing, hardware basics, software integration, and associated technologies. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101 and completion of ENGL 051 and ENGL 003 or 007 with a grade of C or higher (if required by Placement Testing). Pre or corequisite: CIS 105 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24117 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Glass, Demetrius D. 3

Comments: CRN 24117, Requires Windows 7/8, and MS Office Professional 2013. Required access code provided with new textbook purchase at HACC.

CIS-135 - Interm Spreadsheet Application - 3.0 Credit(s)
Builds upon the spreadsheet application, concepts, and skills developed in CIS 105. Using a hands-on approach with a widely used industry/business computer spreadsheet, application package, this course focuses on introducing students to the Worksheet, Charts, Functions, Formulas, Tools, and Macro features. Prerequisite: CIS 105 with a grade of C or higher, or permission of the instructor.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23438 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Taylor, Gregory J. 9

Comments: CRN 23438, Requires Windows 7/8 and Excel 2013. Access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.

CIS-140 - Interm Database Management - 3.0 Credit(s)
Provides an in-depth study of database management. The course builds on the concepts and skills introduced in CIS 105 that focus on database management development. Prerequisite: CIS 105 with a grade of C or higher or permission of the instructor.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24312 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Szekeres, Peggy A. 10

Comments: CRN 24312, Requires Windows 7/8 and Access 2013.

CJ-108 - Criminology - 3.0 Credit(s)
Development and causes of criminal and delinquent behavior; an overview of criminological theories; social norms and criminal law; patterns of crime, delinquency, and deviant behavior. Prerequisite: Completion of all developmental reading and writing courses required as a result of the College Testing and Placement program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22037 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Silcox, Wayne W. 4

COMM-101 - Effective Speaking - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the fundamentals of oral communication with emphasis on helping the student increase competence as a communicator in public speaking contexts. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 101 and completion of any reading courses as required by the College Testing and Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26638 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Beck, Linda B. FULL

Comments: CRN 26638, Requires Webcam (or similar digital recording device); a high-speed Internet connection and a camera with audio for recording speeches. Required access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 26781 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Beck, Linda B. 1

Comments: CRN 26781, Requires Webcam (or similar recording device); a high-speed Internet connection and a camera with audio for recording speeches. Required access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.

COMM-203 - Interpersonal Communication - 3.0 Credit(s)
Studies formal and informal communication between individuals with emphasis on developing effective communication skills in interpersonal contexts. Prerequisite: ENGL 101 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26636 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Wilson, Cheryl J. 5

ECON-201 - Principles I Macro Economics - 3.0 Credit(s)
Structure, operation, and performance of the American economy. The course includes the market system, national income, employment, inflation, economic growth, business cycles, fiscal policy, money, monetary policy, and international economics. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22835 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Balic, Mihajlo M. 2

Comments: CRN 22835, This course requires on-campus or proctored exams
Late Start or Part of Term 26642 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dragone, Brandon M. 3

Comments: CRN 26642, This course requires on-campus or proctored exams.

ECON-202 - Principles II Micro Economics - 3.0 Credit(s)
Analysis of demand, supply, production costs, market structures, and resource allocation. Current economic policies and problems and other special topics such as government regulation, income distribution, and labor economics. Prerequisite: ECON 201 or permission of the instructor. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23447 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Balic, Mihajlo M. 4

Comments: CRN 23447, This course requires on-campus or proctored exams

ENGL-051 - English Essentials - 3.0 Credit(s)
Development of clear, coherent paragraphs and longer essays with emphasis on basic grammar and sentence combining skills. Attention is given to the formulation of thesis statements and the development of ideas. A grade of C or higher in this course, which includes satisfactory completion of a final writing project, qualifies the student for ENGL 101. Prerequisite: Placement through the College Testing and Placement Program or completion of ENGL 050 or ENGL 029 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25404 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dorsey, Lynda C. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 25405 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dorsey, Lynda C. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 26643 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Walters, David W. 7
Late Start or Part of Term 27104 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dorsey, Lynda C. 3

ENGL-101 - English Composition I - 3.0 Credit(s)
The development of fluency in writing clear, forceful, effective prose. Prerequisite: Placement through the College Testing and Placement Program or completion of ENGL 051 with a grade of C or higher. English 003 or 007 is a pre or corequisite.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23352 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Woodring, Karen P. FULL

Comments: CRN 23352, Student who register for this section MUST also register for ENGL 051, CRN 25403.
Late Start or Part of Term 25609 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Tobin, Jennifer A. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 25610 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Farmer, David L. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 25914 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 O'Hop, Suzanne E. 3
Late Start or Part of Term 25915 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Farmer, David L. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26645 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Beck, Evelyn R. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 27134 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Cox, James C. 12

ENGL-102 - English Composition II - 3.0 Credit(s)
Builds on English 101, connecting thinking, reading and writing. Research, interpretation, and argumentation emphasized. Prerequisite: ENGL 101 with a grade of C or higher and completion of ENGL 003 or 007 with a grade of C or higher, or its equivalent.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22842 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Barnett, Lise-Pauline M. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 25489 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Reading Crowther, Ann Y. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 26438 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Walters, David W. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26459 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Bond-Collins, Margo E. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26623 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Girardi, Tamara A. 3
Late Start or Part of Term 26647 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Barnett, Lise-Pauline M. FULL

ENGL-104 - Technical Writing - 3.0 Credit(s)
Applies technical communication principles in the writing of effective reports and technical papers, such as definitions, descriptions, instructions, proposals, and research reports. This course is primarily for technical students. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 101 and 003 or 007 (when required by the College Placement Test) with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26224 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Gray, Valerie A. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 26982 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Barnett, Lise-Pauline M. FULL

ENGL-106 - Written Business Communication - 3.0 Credit(s)
Applies business communication principles in the writing of effective business documents, such as memos, letters, resumes, brochures, and short reports. This course is primarily for business students. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 101 and 003 or 007 (when required by the College Placement Test) with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25930 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Gray, Valerie A. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 26398 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Farmer, David L. 1

ENGL-201 - Major English Writers I - 3.0 Credit(s)
Representative works of British literature from the Middle ages through the Restoration and Eighteenth Century. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101 and completion of any reading courses required by the College Testing and Placement Program. (Core A)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25931 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Thompson, Diane S. 2

ENGL-207 - Introduction to Literature - 3.0 Credit(s)
Understanding and increasing human experience through literature. The major literary types (poetry, fiction, and drama) are defined and illustrated through examples drawn from English and American literature as well as other literatures of the world. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101 and completion of any reading courses required by the College Testing and Placement Program. (Core A)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25932 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Allen Gleed, Kim M. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26480 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Girardi, Tamara A. 6

FIN-100 - Personal Money Management - 3.0 Credit(s)
General principles of establishing personal financial goals managing resources.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23316 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Main, Marie 3

FRCH-101 - Elementary French I - 4.0 Credit(s)
Covers the fundamentals of French grammar. This course addresses drill-in structure, pronunciation and the development of vocabulary. Aural-oral and reading skills are also introduced. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26651 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Allen Gleed, Kim M. 3

Comments: CRN 26651, Requires MS Windows/Apple OS; up-to-date browser; Macromedia Flash & Shockwave Players, both available fore free at macromedia.com/downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone and a high-speed Internet connection. Access code provided with new textboook purchased at HACC.

GERT-102 - Intro Gerontology Allied Hlth - 1.0 Credit(s)
Provides an overview of the physiology and pathology of aging. The course addresses clinical preventive services, nutritional needs and aging, exercise and aging, and weight management and aging. Attention is given to diversity issues such as gender, race, ethnicity, and socio-economic status of elderly populations.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23824 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Sicher, Kathy L. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26451 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Sicher, Kathy L. 10

GERT-103 - Intro Gerontology Psychosocial - 1.0 Credit(s)
Provides an overview of mental health and aging. This course specifically addresses psychiatric and organic mental disorders maintenance and the enhancement of mental function later in life, complementary and alternative medicine, caregivers, diverse social support systems, depression, Alzheimer's disease and dementia, and stress management.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23607 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Fazzolari, Annamarie 1
Late Start or Part of Term 26452 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Fazzolari, Annamarie 10

GP-201 - The National Political System - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces students to American government. This course uses in-depth discussion to teach students about the U.S. Constitution, interest groups and political parties, voting patterns and public opinion, the Congress, the President and the Supreme Court, civil rights and civil liberties, and foreign and economic policies. Corequisite: ENGL 003; or, completion of or placement beyond ENGL 003 or 007. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26657 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Marquis, Terri A. 4

HIST-101 - World History I - 3.0 Credit(s)
Provides an overview of the historical development and interrelationships of the major population centers of Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas from Neolithic times to 1500 CE. Using a thematic approach, this course observes the political, economic, social, and cultural characteristics of the various regional groups chosen for study. Important ideas, significant persons, and world views are described in the context of each theme. (Core B) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24722 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Gustafson, William F. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 25936 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Malick, Robert W. FULL

HIST-102 - World History II - 3.0 Credit(s)
An overview of the historical development and interrelationships of civilizations, or population centers of the world, from 1500 to the present. The course examines political, economic, social and cultural themes by emphasizing the important ideas, significant persons, and world views described within the context of each civilization. (Core B) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24958 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Malick, Robert W. FULL

HIST-103 - United States I - 3.0 Credit(s)
History of persons and events that have contributed to the American way of life. Topics include settlement of the new continent, the American Revolution, construction of a constitution and government and the development of an economic system. Problems of reconciling differences among various groups are considered in relation to the Civil War. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23366 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Zupon, Melinda M. 6
Late Start or Part of Term 27106 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Zupon, Melinda M. 7

HIST-104 - United States II - 3.0 Credit(s)
Covers the history of persons and events that have contributed to life in America from Civil War Reconstruction to the present. This course specifically addresses: Civil War Reconstruction including the Principles and Causes of the Civil War; Industrialization and the Gilded Age; Conflicts and Change in the West; United States Foreign Policy and Imperialism; the Progressive Era; World War I; the 1920s; the Great Depression and the New Deal; World War II; the Cold War and Vietnam; the Civil Rights Movement; Rising Power of American Conservatism; the Clinton Era; Globalization; and living in a Post 9/11 World. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26056 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Magee, Joanne E. FULL

Comments: CRN 26056, HIST 103 is NOT a prerequisite for this course.

HIST-161 - The American Civil War - 3.0 Credit(s)
Detailed examination of America's greatest crisis, including causes of the war, military aspects, Union and Confederate administrations, and diplomacy, along with the economics, technology, and social history of the period.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26053 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Zupon, Melinda M. 7

HLTH-101 - Healthful Living - 3.0 Credit(s)
A study of current knowledge concerning attitudes and practices which promote and maintain the present and future health of the individual and the community. This course emphasizes the prevention of disease and a positive health attitude. Nutrition, fitness, drugs, and sexuality are some of the topics discussed.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 21981 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Sobel, Matthew M. 1

Comments: CRN 21981, Requires MS PowerPoint, Word, Flash Player and Real Media Player. Access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 23371 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Urich, Allen E. 2

Comments: CRN 23371, Requires MS PowerPoint, Word, Flash Player and Real Media Player. Access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 24107 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Sobel, Matthew M. FULL

Comments: CRN 24107, Requires MS PowerPoint, Word, Flash Player and Real Media Player. Access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 26262 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Sobel, Matthew M. 6

Comments: CRN 26262, Requires MS PowerPoint, Word, Flash Player and Real Media Player. Access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.

HUM-101 - Modern Culture and the Arts - 3.0 Credit(s)
Broadens the student's perception of and appreciation for the humanities by exploring the contribution of the arts to the individual and to society. Emphasis is given to modern developments in such areas as the visual, performing, literary, and environmental arts. Concepts basic to a systematic understanding of the humanities in relation to everyday life are examined through a variety of media and aesthetic experiences. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into English 101; or permission of the Instructor. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23357 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Zhu, Xiaoqing 2
Late Start or Part of Term 24334 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Zhu, Xiaoqing 4

HUM-201 - World Mythology - 3.0 Credit(s)
A cross-cultural consideration of the great myths of the world, including creation, fertility, and hero myths. The myths will be studied as unique expressions of individual cultures and also as universal ideas. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101, or permission of the instructor. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 23464 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Vaughan, Paula J. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 24335 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Vaughan, Paula J. 4

HUM-202 - Classical Mythology - 3.0 Credit(s)
Surveys the classical myths of Greece and Rome, as well as, the foundation narratives of Western culture, literature, art and discourse. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 101 through the College Testing and Placement Program. (Core A)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25782 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Vaughan, Paula J. FULL

MATH-204 - Statistics Special Topics - 1.0 Credit(s)
Designed for students that have successfully completed an introductory statistics course that did not include the following topics: goodness-of-fit, tests of independence of categorical variables, and/or one-way analysis variance. Prerequisite: MATH 202 (3 credit course) with a grade of C or higher; or permission of Instructor.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26328 Online 10/30/14 - 12/12/14 Myers, Linda M. 28

Comments: CRN 26328, Access code for course website bundled with new textbook purchased at HACC. This course requires on-campus or proctored exams.

METR-101 - Weather and Climate - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces students to the basic elements of weather and climate for non-science majors. The course addresses how weather elements are used with computer prognostics, weather satellite imagery, observations, and weather radar to produce daily forecasts. Special topics such as thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, and global warming are also covered. A course fee is required.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24350 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dowey, Ronald A. 1
Fees: $10 Comments: CRN 24350, Lab kits must be purchased from the bookstore.
Late Start or Part of Term 26481 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 King, Joseph C. 1
Fees: $10 Comments: CRN 26481, Lab kits must be purchased from the bookstore.

MGMT-201 - Principles of Management - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces students to the primary functions of management and management theory. This course covers the knowledge and skills needed for planning, organizing, leading, and controlling modern organizations. Students are able to discuss current events and issues - ethics and social responsibility, organizational culture, global management, and technology - and the impact experienced by managers and management. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 003, or ENGL 007, as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25938 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Sullivan, Adam C. 3
Late Start or Part of Term 26449 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Shur, Kenneth L. 3
Late Start or Part of Term 26487 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 MacIntire, Megan R. FULL

MGMT-203 - Human Resources Management - 3.0 Credit(s)
Covers the planning of personnel requirements. The course topics include: recruitment, selection, training and development; job evaluation, wage and salary administration; employee benefits and services; labor relations, career development, safety and health; performance appraisal, disciplinary action, and employee morale; international human resources management. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003 or 007 as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24374 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Batdorf, Cheryl L. 1

MGMT-204 - Human Relations in Business - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces students to the psychological and sociological aspects of human relations as they relate to management situations and organizational performance. This course allows students to develop skills in managing human behavior in organizations in such areas as: effective leadership, teambuilding, human motivation, managing change and conflict, technology, ethics, interpersonal and intergroup communication, and managing cultural diversity. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003 as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26054 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Hockley, Lori W. 1

MGMT-221 - Small Business Dev & Mgmt - 3.0 Credit(s)
Presents information about the environment of small business. Students are able to identify the initial problems and issues with starting a small business, buying an existing business, or with obtaining a franchise. This course also addresses the management, marketing, and business skills necessary to operate a small venture; the international/global operations of small enterprises; and the cyberspace (e-Commerce) operations of small business. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 003 or 007 as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 25488 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Cordaro, Richard J. 2

MGMT-226 - Principles of Leadership - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the evolution of leadership theorists and theories including behavioral, situational, and contingency schools of thought. Students discuss the various leadership styles and attributes of effective and ineffective leaders. They are able to discover the relationship between effective leadership and teamwork, organizational culture, diversity, ethics, interpersonal communications, organizational performance and quality, technology, conflict resolution, and problem solving. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 003 or 007 as identified by the College Testing & Placement Program.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 21847 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Myers, Michelle E. 1

MKTG-201 - Principles of Marketing - 3.0 Credit(s)
The functions involved in the marketing of consumer and industrial goods to their users. Emphasis is placed upon management's development of marketing strategies concerning product, place, promotion, and price. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 002 with a grade of C or higher, or placement through the College Testing and Placement program into ENGL 003 or 007 or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24979 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Wise, Andrew J. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26477 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Green, Rokesha C. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26495 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Wise, Andrew J. 1
Late Start or Part of Term 27114 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Green, Rokesha C. 3

NURS-125 - Dosage Calculations - 2.0 Credit(s)
Designed for students recently accepted into the Nursing program, are currently enrolled in the Nursing program, or have obtained permission of the course instructor. The course covers a complete basic review of math principles followed by information necessary to calculate and safely administer medications. Calculation and administration of medications to adults and children are discussed. Oral and and parenteral doses will be addressed, as well as, the introduction of intravenous therapy. Prerequisite: Permission of the Nursing Program Faculty.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22700 Online 10/30/14 - 12/12/14 Ennis, Deborah A. 8

Comments: CRN 22700, Needs permission of Director of Nursing or Nursing faculty. Final exam administered at Harrisburg campus only. Required access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 22711 Online 10/30/14 - 12/12/14 Tomlinson, Gladdi A. 9

Comments: CRN 22711, Needs permission of the Director of Nursing or Nursing faculty. Final exam administered at Harrisburg Campus only. Required access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.

NUTR-104 - Nutrition - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduction to nutrition principles including the digestive system; the six nutrients and their roles in the body; food sources with an emphasis on the anatomy, physiology and biochemical processes. Nutrient recommendations; nutritional needs during the life cycle. Nutritional factors in food selection and preparation of foods with an emphasis on the nutritional and chemical properties of foods. Nutrition in health and disease; weight control, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dental health, cancer and nutrition. Conducting a diet history. Development of healthful recipes and menus. Evaluation of nutrition information for the public. Exercises include evaluation of the diet and recipes using computerized analysis; evaluation of body composition and sampling of foods with healthful properties such as vegetarian items, low fat, and foods with particular phytochemicals.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24087 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Campbell, Danielle H. FULL

Comments: CRN 24087, Access code included with new textbook purchase at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 24356 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Campbell, Danielle H. FULL

Comments: CRN 24356, Access code included with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 25468 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Williams, Yolanda K. FULL

Comments: CRN 25468, Access code included with new textbook purchased at HACC.
Late Start or Part of Term 27058 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Campbell, Danielle H. FULL

Comments: CRN 27058, Access code provided with new textbook purchased at HACC.

PHIL-101 - Introduction to Philosophy - 3.0 Credit(s)
Classic philosophical problems are examined through classroom discussions and a wide range of historical readings. The foundations of Western philosophical thought are explored from such thinkers as Socrates, Descartes, Nietzsche, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Prerequisite: Completion of all reading courses required by the College's Testing and Placement program and eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101. (Core A)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22381 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Wooster, Benjamin J. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26478 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Wooster, Benjamin J. FULL

PHIL-200 - Comparative Religion - 3.0 Credit(s)
Explores the central beliefs of the major world religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. This course addresses the varieties of religious experience from both Eastern and Western cultural traditions with an emphasis upon the similarities and differences among their major teachings. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22856 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Hoepfer, Donald C. 4
Late Start or Part of Term 26239 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Comer, Charles R. FULL

PHIL-225 - Ethics: Belief and Action - 3.0 Credit(s)
Everyday moral problems are investigated through the insights of Aristotle, Kant, Mill, Sartre, and other philosophers to help students form their own philosophies of life. (Core A)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26397 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Ciocco, Gary F. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26786 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Aggleton, Derek M. 8

PSYC-101 - General Psychology - 3.0 Credit(s)
Examination and application of major principles of psychology including: an introduction to scientific and research methods, biological foundations, sensation and perception, learning and conditioning, human development, motivation and emotion, thinking, memory and intelligence, personality theories, stress and coping, social psychology, psychological disorders and their treatment. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 003 or 007 with a grade of C or higher. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24362 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Tarner, Nina L. FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26482 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Tarner, Nina L. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26668 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Tarner, Nina L. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 26669 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Tarner, Nina L. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 27113 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Kitchens, Jennifer M. 7

PSYC-202 - Psychology of Adjustment - 3.0 Credit(s)
An examination of personality, psychological health, and interpersonal relations. Emphasis on applying knowledge for stress reduction, personal growth, and the prevention and resolution of problems. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24363 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Bratina, Wendy D. 3

PSYC-209 - Life Cycle Development - 3.0 Credit(s)
Overview of human development, covering the lifespan of the individual. Includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive and psychosocial development at each major stage of life; prenatal, infancy, toddlerhood, preschool, middle childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, and old age. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26357 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Edmond, Diane M. 5

Comments: CRN 23657, Required access code bundled with textbook only available from the publisher or HACC bookstore.
Late Start or Part of Term 26429 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Verghese, Jaci FULL
Late Start or Part of Term 26493 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Edmond, Diane M. 3

PSYC-212 - Child Growth and Development - 3.0 Credit(s)
The combined process of mental development and physical growth of the child, including the nature of children and of learning at various levels of development from the prenatal to the adolescent stage. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 with a grade of C or higher.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24365 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Vredenburg, Debra S. 2

PSYC-213 - Abnormal Psychology - 3.0 Credit(s)
Survey of theories and etiology of abnormal behavior and its social significance; description of symptoms; consideration of techniques of therapy and theories of prevention. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 with a grade of C or or higher. (Core B)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 21851 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Nissley, Gerald E. 2
Late Start or Part of Term 23278 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Nissley, Gerald E. 4

RADT-282 - CT Phys, Instrument, & Imaging - 3.0 Credit(s)
This course is one of four didactic courses designed for the Radiologic Technologists Registered (or registry eligible new graduates) in Radiography through the ARRT. This course is designed for the Technologist who is seeking one of the following: post primary certification in Computer Tomography (CT) through the ARRT, employment as a CT technologist, or ARRT category A continuing education credits. The content is designed to impart an understanding of the physical principles and instrumentation involved in computed tomography. Must be eligible to take the certification exam, or be currently registered in radiography, through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26274 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Crill, Matthew T. 1

Comments: CRN 26274, Instructor signature required to register.

RADT-282B - CT Procedures II - 3.0 Credit(s)
This course is one of four didactic courses designed for the Radiologic Technologists Registered (or registry eligible new graduates) in Radiography through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This course is designed for the Technologist who is seeking one of the following: post primary certification in Computer Tomography (CT) through the ARRT, employment as a CT technologist, or ARRT category A continuing education credits. Course focuses on procedures for CT imaging of the Head, Neck, & Thorax. Procedures include, but are not limited to, indications for the procedure, patient education, preparation, orientation and positioning, patient history and assessment, contrast media usage, scout image, selectable scan parameters, filming and archiving of the images. CT procedures will be taught for differentiation of specific structures, patient symptomology and pathology. CT images studied will be reviewed for quality, anatomy and pathology. Must be eligible to take certification exam, or be currently registered in radiography, through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26276 Online 10/15/14 - 12/12/14 Stroik, Nathanael FULL

Comments: CRN 26276, Instructor signature required to register.

SPAN-101 - Elementary Spanish I - 4.0 Credit(s)
Covers the fundamentals of Spanish grammar, drill-in structure and pronunciation and the development of vocabulary. Aural-oral and reading skills are also introduced. Prerequisite: Eligibility to enroll in ENGL 101. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26488 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dibert, Judy A. 2

Comments: CRN 26488, Requires MS Windows; Adobe Flash and Shockwave Players, both available for free at adobe.com/downloads; speakers and microphone and headset and microphone, and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.
Late Start or Part of Term 26677 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Bangs, Susan E. 2

Comments: CRN 26677, Requires MS Windows; Adobe Flash and Shockwave Players, both available for free at adobe.com/ downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone, and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.
Late Start or Part of Term 26678 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Croghan, Krista K. 2

Comments: CRN 26678, Requires MS Winodws; Adobe Flash and Shockwave Players, both available fore free at adobe.com/ downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone, and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.
Late Start or Part of Term 26764 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Bangs, Susan E. 3

Comments: CRN 26764, Requires MS Windows, Adobe Flash & Shockwave Players, both available for free at adobe.com/downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.
Late Start or Part of Term 27122 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Knowles Morris, Claire L. 10

Comments: CRN 27122, Requires MS Windows; Adobe Flash & Shockwave Players, both available for foree at adobe.com/downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone, and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.

SPAN-102 - Elementary Spanish II - 4.0 Credit(s)
Continuation of SPAN 101 with increased emphasis on speaking and reading. Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26767 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Croghan, Krista K. 9

Comments: CRN 26767, Requires MS Windows, Adobe Flash & Shockwave Players, both available for free at adobe.com/downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.
Late Start or Part of Term 26768 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Dibert, Judy A. 6

Comments: CRN 26768, Requires MS Windows, Adobe Flash & Shockwave Players, both available for free atadobe.com/downloads; speakers and microphone or headset with microphone and a high-speed Internect connection. Java must be installed and enabled.

SPAN-201 - Intermediate Spanish I - 4.0 Credit(s)
Review of the fundamentals of Spanish grammar; practice in conversation and composition; extensive reading and analysis of works of acknowledged literary and cultural merit. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher. (Core A) (D)

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 26770 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Hively, Yolanda P. 3

Comments: CRN 26770, Requires MS Windows, Adobe Flash & Shockwave Players, both available for free at adobe.com/downloads; speakers and microphoen or headset with microphone and a high-speed Internet connection. Java must be installed and enabled.

WEB-102 - Web Exploration & Design - 3.0 Credit(s)
Explores the uses of the Internet and the World Wide Web in business. Students learn to accomplish tasks with common Web tools and services. An introduction to Web page design and development is included using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and free editors. Students develop an online portfolio site that may be used through-out their college career. Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 101 and completion of ENGL 051 and either 003 or 007, with grades of C or higher (if required by the College Placement and Testing Service). Word processing skills and the ability to receive and send email attachments is recommended.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 24086 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Mendrzycki, Joseph D. 4

WEB-130 - Multimedia Fundamentals - 3.0 Credit(s)
Introduces the creation, optimization, and integration of multimedia design elements into Web pages. This course covers media file formats and codecs, linking and embedding, basic still graphics, rollovers, audio, video, 2-Dimensional animation, and conversion issues.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22393 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Yoxheimer, Eric C. 4

Comments: CRN 22393, Requires Adobe Flash and Photoshop, plus any software you choose to edit audio and video.

WEB-143 - Development Fundamentals - 3.0 Credit(s)
Covers the development of applications for current computer platforms. This course addresses concepts and skills for programming in various languages, using contemporary software development tools, developing different types of applications, and working with databases. This course provides the development foundations and programming skills needed to take more advanced application development and programming courses. Prerequisite: Students are to complete one of the following: ART 108, 109, 176, CIS 105, 110, CNT 120, CPS 113, 115, 121, CAD 154, WEB 101, 102, 110, or 125 with a grade of C or higher, or permission of the instructor.

CRN Days Times Start / End Dates Location Instructor Seats
Late Start or Part of Term 22910 Online 09/08/14 - 12/12/14 Yoxheimer, Eric C. 4

Comments: CRN 22910, Uses MS Visual Studio software, latest version, available free through HACC's academic alliance program.