Winter 2016 - Georgia Military College

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VALDOSTA CAMPUS
4201 NORTH FORREST STREET
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 31605
Telephone (229) 269-4848
Fax (229) 293-6001
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016– March 6, 2016
NORMAL OPERATING HOURS
Monday – Thursday, 8:00AM–5:00PM
Friday – 8:00AM–12:00PM
BOOK PICK-UP/DROP-OFF
PLACEMENT TESTING
Please check with the Admissions office for a complete listing of
placement testing times and dates or call (229) 375-5650.
REGISTRATION/ADVISING
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Academic advisement is available: October 15, 2015 –
December 4, 2015.
Students should contact their advisor for details and/or
appointments or email [email protected]
Students must clear all registration holds before they can
process a registration.
Registration for eligible students is: October 19, 2015 –
December 4, 2015.
o Sophomores who complete advising may register
beginning October 19, 2015.
o Freshmen who complete advising may register
beginning October 21, 2015.
Advisement for late registration is available: December 7,
2015 – January 8, 2016.
Late registration is available online to students who have
completed advising on December 7, 2015 – January 8, 2016.
Late registration fees apply for both Valdosta Campus and
Moody Campus. New students should contact Admissions
at (229) 375-5650 to schedule an advising appointment.
NOTE: Once a student has completed the registration process,
it is college policy that, should the student decide not to take
the courses for that term, the student must officially drop the
courses during the drop/add period. Collection fees may be
applied to any outstanding balances.
DROP/ADD (CHANGE IN REGISTRATION)
Book pick-up for the Winter 2016 term will begin on January 4,
2016. Students are required to bring course schedule and
student ID to the bookstore to obtain textbooks. Books must
not be marked in with ink or highlighters. All books must be
returned to the bookstore by 5 PM on March 7, 2016. Refer to
the published bookstore policy regarding guidelines and hours.
BOOKSTORE VOUCHERS
Bookstore vouchers will be available beginning January 4, 2016
and must be used January 13, 2016.
HOLIDAYS
January 18, 2016 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
February 15, 2016 – President’s Day (Day classes only)
ADVISOR CONTACT INFORMATION
Advisor
Blackwell, T.
Chambers, A.
King, M.
Turner, A.
Rains, E.
Russell, K.
Washburn, B.
Phone
269-4816
375-5648
269-4826
269-4845
269-4842
269-4827
269-4844
E-mail address
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Room
2406
2406
2406
2406
MAFB
214
100
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Drop/Add is available to all students January 11-12, 2016 from
8:00AM–6:00PM and 7:30PM–8:15PM. Drop/Add fees apply.
PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Registration
October 19, 2015 – December 4, 2015
Late Registration – December 7, 2015
– January 8, 2016
January 11 – 12, 2016
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Payment Schedule
December 4, 2015 by 12:00PM
January 8, 2016 by 12:00PM
Due at registration
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
VALDOSTA CAMPUS
4201 NORTH FORREST STREET
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 31605
Telephone (229) 269-4848
Fax (229) 293-6001
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016– March 6, 2016
TUITION
PELL GRANT/FAFSA
Tuition is $110 per credit hour, or $550 per five credit hour
course. Online tuition is $135 per credit hour, or $675 per five
credit hour course. There is no extra charge for non-residents.
Awards are based on a determination of need by the Federal
Department of Education, taking into account the financial
status of the student and parents. Students are responsible for
providing documentation requested by the Financial Aid office
to complete the financial aid process.
FEES
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Application Fee – $35 (Non-Refundable)
Science Lab Fee – $45
BOA 101 – $10**
Book Fee – $13 per credit hour
CIS 100 Level Classes – $10**
CIS 200 Level Classes – $20**
Technology Fee – $8 per credit hour*
Online Technology Fee – $15 per credit hour*
Drop/Add Fee – $15 per form processed***
Late Registration Fee – $75***
PED Classes – $15
PER-101 Classes – $6
Student Activity Fee – $3 per credit hour*
A $25 fee is charged for returned checks
A $25 late fee is charged for books not returned by the
published deadline.
A replacement fee is charged for books not returned by the
published deadline (amount varies).
*Fees are not charged to active duty military students.
**Fee charged for classes held on Valdosta Campus only.
***Any course changes after the regular registration period will
result in a late registration or drop/add charge.
HOPE SCHOLARSHIP
The HOPE Scholarship is available to Georgia residents who
meet the criteria set by the state. Please contact the Financial
Aid office for specific rules and policies.
SECOND CHANCE HOPE
Second Chance Hope is available to Georgia residents who meet
qualifying criteria. Please contact the Financial Aid office for
specific rules and policies.
STUDENT LOANS
Federal guaranteed student loans are available. See the GMC
Financial Aid specialist for information and appropriate forms.
STATUS LETTERS
Status letters will be processed after the Drop/Add period ends.
ADVISING CENTER
Returning students have several options to complete
advisement, including online (email) and in-person. Students are
encouraged to complete advisement early and to verify all
account holds have been removed before the start of online
registration.
FINANCIAL AID HOURS
Financial Aid Office hours are: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday
through Thursday, and Friday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Appointments may be made at the counter or by telephone
(229) 375-5651.
TUITION ASSISTANCE
Military tuition assistance of 100% is available. Military tuition
assistance forms should be completed before registering for
class. Call (229) 257-3854 or (229) 244-7323 for the availability
date of tuition assistance for the winter term.
VA BENEFITS
A GMC Financial Aid Specialist in the Financial Aid office can
assist with Veteran’s benefits processing.
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
VALDOSTA CAMPUS
4201 NORTH FORREST STREET
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 31605
Telephone (229) 269-4848
Fax (229) 293-6001
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016– March 6, 2016
WITHDRAWAL/DROP POLICY
VEHICLE PASSES
Students are responsible for completion of all steps required to
withdraw from a class. When students miss deadlines, policies
apply that may penalize them. When students register for
classes, they have entered into a contractual agreement and are
obligated to pay Georgia Military College for any courses on
that contract at the time of registration. After students have
registered, they must complete a Change in Registration form to
remove/change that contract. After the drop/add period ends,
students may withdraw from class and are financially responsible
for that class. Collection fees may be applied to all outstanding
balances.
GMC students registered for classes at Moody AFB may obtain
an entry pass by completing the proper forms available at the
front office of the Valdosta Campus. A valid driver’s license, tag
receipt, and proof of insurance must be presented at Building
3202 at the Main Gate of the main entrance of Moody Air Force
Base. Students must consent to a criminal background check
administered by Moody AFB Personnel. Access to the base is at
the discretion of Moody AFB. Gate operation hours are 7:30 AM
to 4:00 PM (closed from 11:00AM – 12:00PM) and the phone
number is 257-4443.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ATTENDANCE
Students are responsible for knowing and abiding by the
attendance policy for each class in which they are enrolled.
Failure to attend class may result in an instructor-initiated
withdrawal and the grade of IU.
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
GRADUATION
Students who plan to complete degree requirements during
Fall or Winter term should apply for graduation immediately.
See your advisor in the Advising Center, room 2406, for details.
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
VALDOSTA CAMPUS
4201 NORTH FORREST STREET
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 31605
Telephone (229) 269-4848
Fax (229) 293-6001
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016– March 6, 2016
SCHEDULE DEFINITIONS
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* – Course requires a prerequisite or appropriate placement exam score
Hybrid – Web-Enhanced course with portions of class online
AF – Class meets at Anytime Fitness
MWF/MW, TTh/TThF, S/~ and ~/S classes meet on an alternating week schedule per the following table:
Label
MWF/MW
TTh/TThF
S/~
~/S
Week 1
Meetings
MWF
TTh
S
No Meeting
Week 2
Meetings
MW
TThF
No Meeting
S
Week 3
Meetings
MWF
TTh
S
No Meeting
Week 4
Meetings
MW
TThF
No Meeting
S
Week 5
Meetings
MWF
TTh
S
No Meeting
Week 6
Meetings
MW
TThF
No Meeting
S
Week 7
Meetings
MWF
TTh
S
No Meeting
Week 8
Meetings
MW
TThF
No Meeting
S
DEFINITION OF HYBRID COURSES
A hybrid course is a course that blends the classroom experience of a traditional course with the schedule flexibility of an online course,
allowing a student to enjoy the benefits of both. Students will attend class during the scheduled class times. Students should
understand that many assignments are due on non-meeting days throughout the term.
Instructors will use gmconline.edu and Moodle (http://gmc.mrooms3.net) for class instruction, assignments, class discussions, etc. for
the course as well as to track absences and grades. Students not familiar with GMCOnline are encouraged to seek out tutoring in one of
the computer labs on campus.
Table 1 - How Hybrid Courses are Labeled
Times
8:25AM-9:25AM
8:25AM-9:25AM
Days
MTWThF
MWF/MW
Content
Lecture
Hybrid
Course
ENG-101
ENG-102
Section
70321
70321
Title
Composition I*
Composition II*
Hrs
5
5
Figure 1 - Examples of Hybrid Course Ratios
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80/20 Class: 2,000 minutes in classroom / 500 minutes online assignments
60/40 Class: 1,500 minutes in classroom / 1,000 minutes online assignments
50/50 Class: 1,250 minutes in classroom / 1,250 minutes online assignments
COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS FOR HYBRID COURSES
Access to a computer with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, email and a reliable internet access is a minimum requirement to participate in a
hybrid course.
SKILLS NEEDED TO PARTICIPATE IN A HYBRID COURSE
These are several skills required to be successful in a hybrid course. Students must be able to:
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Connect to the Web using a web browser.
Navigate around the Web and know how to use search engines.
Send and receive e-mail using the GMC e-mail system.
Do basic word processing, including cutting and pasting.
Open, save, and manage files.
Access a computer several days per week including weekends.
Self motivate to log in to the virtual classroom several days each week.
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
VALDOSTA CAMPUS
4201 NORTH FORREST STREET
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 31605
Telephone (229) 269-4848
Fax (229) 293-6001
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016– March 6, 2016
8.
Access the GMC hybrid classes daily and before each class for posted instructions.
Times
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-10:40AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-10:40AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
Days
MWF/MW
TThF
MW
TThF
MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
TTh
TTh
MWF
MWF
Content
Hybrid
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Course
BIO-105
BIO-123
Section
70321
70321
Title
Environmental Studies
General Biology I*
BIO-207
70321
COM-201
EDN-216
ENG-099
ENG-101
ENG-102
ENG-202
HIS-121
MAT-094
MAT-095
MAT-109
MAT-109
MAT-112
PED-125
PER-101
PER-101
PER-102
70321
70321
70321
70321
70321
70321
70321
70321
70321
70321
70322
70321
70321
70321
70322
70321
8:20AM-9:25AM
1:25PM-3:50PM
8:20AM-9:25AM
8:20AM-9:25AM
MTWThF
M
MTWThF
TTh/TThF
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Hybrid
PHY-111
9:35AM-10:40AM
1:25PM-4:10PM
9:35AM-10:40AM
1:25PM-4:10PM
9:35AM-10:40AM
1:25PM-3:50PM
9:35AM-10:40AM
TTh/TThF
Th
TTh/TThF
Th
MTWThF
Th
MTWThF
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
MTWThF
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
TTh/TThF
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Hrs
5
6
Instructor
TBA
Adiani, L.
Room
407
2512
Human Anatomy & Physiology I*
6
Wright, C.
406
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
3
3
3
Earls, N.
Waldron, A.
Dickson, S.
Thomas, T.
Harris, W.
Routsong, K.
Cronin, K.
Pringle, N.
Pieper, R.
Hopper, M.
Santicola, S.
O'Dell, C.
Barber, C.
TBA
TBA
TBA
2207
2203
211
210
409
218
416
2303
2305
2507
2307
2201
213
217
213
217
70321
Public Speaking
Diversity in Educational Settings
LSS English II*
Composition I*
Composition II*
World Literature II*
American History I
College Prep Algebra I
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
College Algebra*
Precalculus*
Fitness Walking
College Success
College Success
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
General Physics I*
6
Burton, T. W.
408
PLS-101
PSY-203
70321
70321
Intro. to American Government
Human Growth and Development
5
5
Musgrove, C.
Browne, A.
417
413
Hybrid/Lab
Hybrid/Lab
Hybrid/Lab
Hybrid/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
BIO-123
70331
General Biology I*#
6
Wright, C.
2512
BIO-124
70331
General Biology II*#
6
Childers, P.
406
BIO-211
70331
Principles of Biology I*
6
Stiles, C.
408
COM-101
70331
5
Earls, N.
2207
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
CRJ-100
ENG-099
ENG-101
ENG-101
ENG-102
ENG-201
HIS-121
HIS-122
MAT-094
MAT-095
MAT-095
MAT-109
MAT-109
MAT-200
70331
70331
70331
70332
70331
70331
70331
70331
70331
70331
70332
70331
70332
70331
Fundamentals of Speech
Communication
Intro. to Criminal Justice
LSS English II*
Composition I*
Composition I*
Composition II*
World Literature I*
American History I
American History II
College Prep Algebra I
College Prep Algebra II
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
College Algebra*
Applied General Probability and
Statistics*
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Musgrove, C.
Perry, B.
Routsong, K.
Harris, W.
Routsong, K.
Thomas, T.
Cronin, K.
Boyer, W.
Waldron, A.
Burkhalter, G.
Halter, W.
O'Dell, C.
Santicola, S.
Hopper, M.
417
2203
218
210
218
409
416
2205
2303
2305
407
2201
2307
2507
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016 – March 6, 2016
Times
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
Days
MTWThF
TTh/TThF
TTh
TTh
Content
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Course
MAT-202
MUS-194
PER-101
PER-102
Section
70331
70332
70331
70331
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
9:35AM-10:40AM
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
PLS-101
PSY-200
RDG-099
SOC-200
70331
70331
70331
70331
Title
Calculus II*#
Music Appreciation
College Success
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Intro. to American Government
Intro. to Psychology
LSS Reading II*
Intro. to Sociology
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
1:25PM-3:50PM
10:50AM-11:55AM
1:25PM-3:50PM
10:50AM-11:55AM
1:25PM-3:50PM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
TTh/TThF
MTWThF
T
MTWThF
T
MTWThF
T
MTWThF
TTh/TThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
MWF/MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
TTh/TThF
TTh
Hybrid
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Hybrid
Lecture
BIO-105
BIO-123
70341
70341
BIO-124
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
MW
TTh
MW
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
10:50AM-11:55AM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
1:25PM-3:50PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
1:25PM-3:50PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
1:25PM-3:50PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
Hrs
6
5
3
3
Instructor
Burton, T. W.
TBA
TBA
TBA
Room
211
413
2307
416
5
5
5
5
Tindall, B.
Browne, A.
Kurrie, S.
TBA
213
413
415
217
Environmental Studies
General Biology I*
5
6
Wright, C.
Stiles, C.
409
2512
70341
General Biology II*
6
Childers, P.
408
BIO-207
70341
Human Anatomy & Physiology I*
6
Adiani, L.
406
COM-201
CRJ-104
ENG-097
ENG-101
ENG-101
ENG-102
ENG-221
HIS-101A
HIS-122
MAT-094
MAT-094
MAT-095
MAT-109
MAT-112
MAT-201
MUS-194
PED-141
70341
70341
70341
70341
70342
70341
70341
70341
70341
70341
70342
70341
70341
70341
70341
70341
70341
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
5
2
Earls, N.
Musgrove, C.
Kurrie, S.
Prowell, W.
Thomas, T.
Routsong, K.
Thomas, T.
Cronin, K.
Boyer, W.
Pieper, R.
Halter, W.
Burkhalter, G.
O'Dell, C.
Burton, T. W.
Hopper, M.
Bradley, D.
Barber, C.
2207
417
407
2203
409
218
210
416
2205
2303
2307
2305
2201
211
2507
2205
AF
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
PER-101
PER-101
PER-102
70341
70342
70341
3
3
3
TBA
TBA
TBA
213
2305
413
MWF/MW
TTh/TThF
TTh/TThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
PLG-110
PLS-101
PSY-205
RDG-099
SOC-205
70341
70341
70341
70341
70341
Public Speaking
Juvenile Delinquency and Procedure
LSS English I*
Composition I*
Composition I*
Composition II*
American Literature I*
World Civilization History I
American History II
College Prep Algebra I
College Prep Algebra I
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
Precalculus*
Calculus I*#
Music Appreciation
Beginning Weight Training
Meets at Anytime Fitness
College Success
College Success
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Intro. to Law and Ethics
Intro. to American Government
Psychology of Adjustment
LSS Reading II*
Social Problems
5
5
5
5
5
Musgrove, C.
Tindall, B.
Browne, A.
Dickson, S.
TBA
417
213
413
415
217
MWF/MW
MTWThF
W
MTWThF
W
MTWThF
W
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MW
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MTWThF
MW
Hybrid
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
ACC-202
BIO-123
70351
70351
Principles of Accounting II*
General Biology I*
5
6
Parrott, K.
Wright, C.
217
2512
BIO-208
70351
Human Anatomy & Physiology II*
6
Childers, P.
406
BIO-299
70351
Microbiology*
6
Stiles, C.
408
CRJ-201
ENG-099
ENG-101
ENG-102
ENG-202
HIS-121
MAT-094
MAT-095
MAT-109
PER-101
70351
70351
70351
70351
70351
70351
70351
70351
70351
70351
Criminal Investigation
LSS English II*
Composition I*
Composition II*
World Literature II*
American History I
College Prep Algebra I
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
College Success
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
Musgrove, C.
Dickson, S.
Harris, W.
Thomas, T.
Prowell, W.
Boyer, W.
Burkhalter, G.
Pieper, R.
Hopper, M.
TBA
417
2207
409
210
2203
2205
2305
2303
2507
211
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016 – March 6, 2016
Times
12:05PM-1:10PM
Days
MW
Content
Hybrid
Course
PER-102
Section
70351
12:05PM-1:10PM
TTh
Hybrid
PER-102
70352
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
12:05PM-1:10PM
TTh/TThF
MTWThF
TTh
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
PLS-101
PSY-200
WEL-154
70351
70351
70351
1:15PM-2:35PM
1:15PM-3:40PM
1:15PM-2:35PM
1:15PM-2:35PM
1:15PM-2:35PM
1:15PM-2:35PM
TTh
MW
MW
MW
MW
TTh
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
ENG-101
ENG-102
HIS-122
MAT-095
MAT-109
MAT-200
70361
70361
70361
70361
70361
70361
1:15PM-2:20PM
MW
Hybrid
PER-102
70361
1:15PM-2:35PM
TTh
Hybrid
SOC-200
2:25PM-3:30PM
MW
Hybrid
PER-101
3:55PM-7:50PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
4:05PM-5:10PM
4:05PM-5:10PM
TTh
MW
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
Lecture/Lab
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
3:50PM-5:10PM
3:50PM-5:10PM
4:05PM-5:10PM
TTh
TTh
MW
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:15PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
Title
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Intro. to American Government
Intro. to Psychology
Wellness
Hrs
3
Instructor
TBA
Room
213
3
TBA
211
5
5
2
Tindall, B.
Browne, A.
Barber, C.
213
413
217
5
5
5
5
5
5
Prowell, W.
Thomas, T.
Cronin, K.
Pieper, R.
Santicola, S.
Burton, T. W.
2203
210
416
2303
2307
211
3
TBA
211
70361
Composition I*
Composition II*#
American History II
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
Applied General Probability and
Statistics*
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Intro. to Sociology
5
TBA
217
70371
College Success
3
TBA
211
BIO-123
COM-201
ENG-101
HIS-122
MAT-094
MAT-095
MAT-109
PER-101
PER-102
70391
70391
70391
70391
70391
70391
70391
70391
70391
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
3
TBA
TBA
Prowell, W.
Boyer, W.
Pringle, N.
Willis, G.
Santicola, S.
TBA
TBA
2512
210
2203
2205
2303
2303
2307
211
210
Hybrid
Hybrid
Lecture
PLS-101
PSY-203
WEL-154
70391
70391
70391
General Biology I*
Public Speaking
Composition I*
American History II
College Prep Algebra I
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
College Success
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Intro. to American Government
Human Growth and Development
Wellness
5
5
2
Tindall, B.
Davis, S.
Califf, R.
213
413
213
M
MW
MW
T
MW
M
Hybrid
Hybrid/Lab
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
BIO-115
BIO-123
BIO-207
70401
70401
70401
Marine Biology
General Biology I*#
Human Anatomy & Physiology I*
5
6
6
TBA
Kerby, R.
Burroughs, J.
407
2512
406
CRJ-208
EDN-226
70401
70401
5
5
Sherman, T.
TBA
417
217
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
6:40PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-6:25PM
5:20PM-7:30PM
MW
W
MW
MW
MW
MW
M
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Hybrid
ENG-102
ENG-201
MAT-094
MAT-109
MUS-194
PED-155
PER-102
70401
70401
70401
70401
70401
70401
70401
5
5
5
5
5
2
3
TBA
Harris, W.
Burkhalter, G.
Lowe, J.
TBA
Califf, R.
TBA
210
409
2305
211
218
218
2201
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
MW
MW
MW
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
PLS-101
PSY-200
RDG-099
70401
70401
70401
Criminal Law
Investigating Critical and
Contemporary Issues in Education
Composition II*
World Literature I*
College Prep Algebra I
College Algebra*
Music Appreciation
Beginning Step Aerobics
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Intro. to American Government
Intro. To Psychology
LSS Reading II
5
5
5
Marshall, D.
Bruce, J.
Dickson, S.
213
413
TBA
8:05PM-9:25PM
8:05PM-10:50PM
8:05PM-9:25PM
8:05PM-9:25PM
8:05PM-10:45PM
8:05PM-10:10PM
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
M
Hybrid
Hybrid/Lab
Hybrid
Hybrid
Lecture
Hybrid
ACC-201
BIO-124
ENG-101
HIS-121
MAT-095
PER-101
70421
70421
70421
70421
70421
70421
Principles of Accounting I*
General Biology II*#
Composition I*
American History I
College Prep Algebra II
College Success
5
6
5
5
5
3
Pellitteri, T.
Graham, M.
TBA
McCall, S.
Burkhalter, G.
TBA
213
406
210
416
2305
211
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
TTh
W
TTh
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Lecture
BIO-299
70441
Microbiology*
6
Adiani, L.
408
BUS-206A
70441
Legal Environment of Business
5
Parrott, K.
213
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Winter Term 2016 – January 9, 2016 – March 6, 2016
Times
5:20PM-8:00PM
Days
TTh
Content
Lecture
Course
CIS-200
Section
70441
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
Lecture
ENG-097
ENG-101
HIS-122
MAT-095
MAT-109
MAT-200
70441
70441
70441
70441
70441
70441
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-6:25PM
5:50PM-7:55PM
Th
TTh
T
Hybrid
Lecture
Hybrid
NTR-110
PED-166
PER-102
70441
70441
70441
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
5:20PM-8:00PM
TTh
TTh
T
Th
Lecture
Lecture
Hybrid
Hybrid
PSY-203
RDG-099
REL-213
SOC-207
70441
70441
70441
70441
Title
Computer Concepts and
Applications
LSS English I*
Composition I*
American History II
College Prep Algebra II
College Algebra*
Applied General Probability and
Statistics*
Nutrition
Yoga
Critical Thinking and Character
Development
Human Growth and Development
LSS Reading II*
New Testament
The Family
8:05PM-10:45PM
8:05PM-10:45PM
8:05PM-10:45PM
8:05PM-10:45PM
8:05PM-9:25PM
8:05PM-10:45PM
8:05PM-10:10PM
8:05PM-9:25PM
TTh
W
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
Th
TTh
Lecture/Lab
Lecture
Hybrid/Lab
Lecture
Hybrid
Lecture
Hybrid
Hybrid
BIO-123
70481
BIO-208
ENG-099
ENG-102
MAT-094
PER-101
PLS-101
9:00AM-12:00PM
12:45PM-3:00PM
8:00AM-10:05AM
S/~
S/~
S
Hybrid
Hybrid
Lecture
S
Hybrid
10:10AM-12:15PM
Revised 10/16/2015 2:09 PM
Hrs
5
Instructor
Jones, J.
Room
211
5
5
5
5
5
5
TBA
Orr, C.
Sumner, J. E.
Odell, L.
Hopper, M.
O'Dell, C.
2207
210
416
2303
2507
2201
5
2
3
TBA
Califf, R.
TBA
218
2203
217
5
5
5
5
Williams, K.
TBA
TBA
Taylor, R.
413
415
218
217
General Biology I*
6
Kerby, R.
2512
70481
70481
70481
70481
70481
70481
Human Anatomy & Physiology II*#
LSS English II*
Composition II*
College Prep Algebra I
College Success
Intro. to American Government
6
5
5
5
3
5
Burroughs, J.
TBA
Orr
TBA
TBA
Sumner, J. H.
406
2207
210
2303
211
213
EDN-236
70151
Teaching and Learning#
5
Lindner, B.
211
PED-125
70151
Fitness Walking
2
Shuman, B.
210
PER-101
70171
College Success
3
TBA
210
Schedule is subject to change without notice.
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