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    Manchester Community College
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course offerings are subject to change.

The courses in this section are grouped by subjects that are listed alphabetically. Within each subject group, the courses are listed in numerical order, the lowest first and the highest last.

Courses with numbers 099 and below are noncredit courses. Courses with numbers in the 100-199 range are considered first-year courses. Courses numbered 200 or higher are considered second-year courses.

The semester in which a course is generally offered is indicated by the codes: Fa = Fall, O = Occasional, Sp = Spring and Su = Summer. Students and their advisors may use these designations in determining course selection for any particular semester.

Electives - Within an academic program, courses are either required or elective. Elective courses fall into broad subject areas of study in the liberal arts and sciences. These broad subject areas are the humanities, the natural sciences and the social sciences. Courses may also be business electives or may be undesignated.

General Education Requirements - In addition, all degree programs have specific general education requirements. General education requirements assure that students have exposure to a range of courses in specific areas of the curriculum. The general education requirements are grouped into six modes. The general education modes and courses can be found in the catalog here .

When choosing courses, it is important to choose the type of elective or general education mode specified within the program of study. Students should seek the advice of a academic counselor or faculty member when choosing courses.

A complete list of courses being offered is available online at http://my.commnet.edu. A list of current Continuing Education courses is available online as well. Course offerings are subject to change.

 

Early Childhood Education

   •  ECE* 101: Introduction to Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE* 103: Creative Experiences/Children
   •  ECE* 109: Science & Math for Children
   •  ECE* 131: Children’s Literature
   •  ECE* 176: Nutrition, Health and Safety for Young Children
   •  ECE* 214: Observation Assessment and Participant Seminar
   •  ECE* 222: Methods and Techniques in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE* 224: Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum
   •  ECE* 231: Early Language and Literacy Development
   •  ECE* 241: Methods and Techniques for Infants and Toddlers
   •  ECE* 290: Student Teaching I
   •  ECE* 291: Student Teaching II
   •  ECE* 295: Student Teaching Practicum
   •  ENG* 114: Children’s Literature

Earth Science

   •  EAS* 102: Earth Science
   •  EAS* 106: Natural Disasters

Economics

   •  ECN* 101: Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECN* 102: Principles of Microeconomics

Electrical Engineering Technology

   •  EET* 108: AC/DC Circuit Analysis
   •  EET* 252: Digital Electronics

Engineering Science (General)

   •  EGR* 111: Introduction to Engineering
   •  EGR* 112: Engineering Drawing Interpretations
   •  EGR* 211: Engineering Statics
   •  EGR* 212: Engineering Dynamics
   •  EGR* 214: Engineering Thermodynamics
   •  EGR* 221: Introduction to Electrical Circuit Analysis
   •  EGR* 230: C++ For Engineers

English

   •  ENG* 003: Foundations of Reading
   •  ENG* 064: Foundations for College English
   •  ENG* 066: Foundation for College Study/Reading/Writing
   •  ENG* 093: Introduction to College Reading and Writing
   •  ENG* 096: Introduction to College English
   •  ENG* 101: Composition
   •  ENG* 101H: Honors Composition
   •  ENG* 101M: Composition with Embedded Support
   •  ENG* 110: Introduction to Literature
   •  ENG* 110H: Honors Introduction to Literature
   •  ENG* 190: Basic Study Skills
   •  ENG* 200: Advanced Composition
   •  ENG* 202: Technical Writing
   •  ENG* 221: American Literature I
   •  ENG* 222: American Literature II
   •  ENG* 232: British Literature II
   •  ENG* 245: Early Western Literature
   •  ENG* 246: Modern Western Literature
   •  ENG* 250: Studies in Ethnic Literature
   •  ENG* 251: African American Literature
   •  ENG* 262: Women in Literature
   •  ENG* 263: Women in Poetry
   •  ENG* 280: Creative Writing: Nonfiction
   •  ENG* 282: Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG* 283: Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENG* 294: English Practicum

English as a Second Language

   •  ESL* 157: Oral Communications V
   •  ESL* 160: Combined Skills VI
   •  ESL* 163: ESL Structure I
   •  ESL* 164: ESL Structure II
   •  ESL* 165: ESL Writing & Reading I
   •  ESL* 166: ESL Writing & Reading VI

Environmental Science

   •  EVS* 100: Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  EVS* 130: Sustainable Energy and the Environment
   •  EVS* 131: Sustainable Energy for Your Community

French

   •  FRE* 111: Elementary French I
   •  FRE* 112: Elementary French II
   •  FRE* 211: Intermediate French I
   •  FRE* 212: Intermediate French II

Geography

   •  GEO* 101: Introduction to Geography
   •  GEO* 111: World Regional Geography
   •  GEO* 201: Urban Geography
   •  GEO* 203: This Fragile Planet: Toward an Environmentally Responsible World
   •  GEO* 204: Geography and Tourism Development
   •  GEO* 246: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Geology

   •  GLG* 121: Introduction to Physical Geology

Gerontology

   •  GERN 161: Aging America: Issues and Dilemmas

Graphic Design

   •  GRA* 151: Graphic Design I: Principles & Process
   •  GRA* 156: Graphic Design History, Theory and Practice
   •  GRA* 221: Illustration I
   •  GRA* 222: Illustration II
   •  GRA* 252: Graphic Design II: Layout

Health

   •  HLT* 090: Allied Health Study Skills
   •  HLT* 103: Investigations in Health Careers
   •  HLT* 151: Health and Wellness Promotion
   •  HLT* 175: Introduction to Holistic Health
   •  HLT* 295: Allied Health Coop Work Experience
   •  HLT* 298: Medical Care in the United Kingdom

Health Information Management

   •  HIM* 201: Health Information Management Principles

Health, Physical Education

   •  HPE* 102: Human Performance and Fitness
   •  HPE* 104: Adventure Based Dynamics
   •  HPE* 105: Introduction to Exercise Science
   •  HPE* 107: Functional Fitness
   •  HPE* 110: Aerobics
   •  HPE* 116: Weight Training
   •  HPE* 119: Fitness Walking
   •  HPE* 126: Pilates
   •  HPE* 147: Self Defense
   •  HPE* 160: Sport Drills
   •  HPE* 164: Bowling
   •  HPE* 175: Kickboxing
   •  HPE* 191: Basketball
   •  HPE* 192: Softball
 

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