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    Manchester Community College
   
 
  Nov 23, 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.

 

Philosophy

   •  PHL* 151: World Religions
   •  PHL* 153: Buddhist Philosophy
   •  PHL* 163: Chinese Philosophy
   •  PHL* 197: Philosophy of Sports
   •  PHL* 201: Reading Plato's Republic
   •  PHL* 211: Reading Aristotle: The Ethics of Happiness

Physics

   •  PHY* 105: Radiologic Physics
   •  PHY* 110: Introductory Physics
   •  PHY* 121: General Physics I
   •  PHY* 122: General Physics II
   •  PHY* 221: Calculus-Based Physics I
   •  PHY* 222: Calculus-Based Physics II
   •  PHY* 223: Calculus-Based Physics III

Political Science

   •  POL* 101: Introduction to Political Science
   •  POL* 102: Introduction to Comparative Politics
   •  POL* 103: Introduction to International Relations
   •  POL* 111: American Government
   •  POL* 112: State and Local Government
   •  POL* 120: Introduction to Law
   •  POL* 212: Constitutional Law and Civil Rights
   •  POL* 293: Connecticut Legislative Internship

Psychology

   •  PSY* 107: Pathways to Personal Growth
   •  PSY* 111: General Psychology I
   •  PSY* 112: General Psychology II
   •  PSY* 118: Psychology Today: The profession and science of psychology
   •  PSY* 125: Psychology of Aging and Mental Health
   •  PSY* 163: Children with Disabilities
   •  PSY* 164: Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities (K-12)
   •  PSY* 173: Adults with Disabilities
   •  PSY* 174: Assistive Technology for Adults in the Workplace, Home and Community.
   •  PSY* 183: Learning Process and Disabilities
   •  PSY* 184: Assistive Technology Across the Lifespan
   •  PSY* 193: Issues/Trends in Disabilities
   •  PSY* 201: Life Span Development
   •  PSY* 203: Child Development
   •  PSY* 206: Adolescent & Adult Development
   •  PSY* 210: Death and Dying
   •  PSY* 211: Psychology of Women
   •  PSY* 212: Health Psychology
   •  PSY* 217: Psychology of Criminal Behavior
   •  PSY* 220: Educational Psychology
   •  PSY* 221: Data Analysis in Psychology
   •  PSY* 222: Quantitative Research Methods in Psychology
   •  PSY* 240: Social Psychology
   •  PSY* 243: Theories of Personality
   •  PSY* 245: Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY* 247: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
   •  PSY* 255: The Psychology of Prejudice
   •  PSY* 273: Introduction to Neuropsychology
   •  PSY* 280: The Psychology of Social Influence
   •  PSY* 285: Positive Psychology
   •  PSY* 288: Psychology of Creativity

Quality Assurance

   •  QUA* 110: Measurement and Measurement Systems
   •  QUA* 200: Coordinate Measuring Machine Programming
   •  QUA* 233: Statistical Process Improvement

Radiation Therapy

   •  RDT* 103: Foundations of Radiation Therapy
   •  RDT* 114: Principles and Practices of Radiation Therapy I
   •  RDT* 115: Principles and Practices of Radiation Therapy II
   •  RDT* 116: Treatment Planning I
   •  RDT* 117: Treatment Planning II
   •  RDT* 133: Clinical Practice I
   •  RDT* 134: Clinical Practice II
   •  RDT* 140: CT Imaging and Sectional Anatomy
   •  RDT* 145: Radiation Therapy Equipment
   •  RDT* 201: Radiation Oncology I
   •  RDT* 203: Radiation Oncology II
   •  RDT* 210: Clinical Practice III
   •  RDT* 213: Radiation Therapy Physics I
   •  RDT* 216: Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy III
   •  RDT* 217: Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy IV
   •  RDT* 220: Clinical Practice IV
   •  RDT* 221: Clinical Capstone
   •  RDT* 233: Radiation Therapy Physics II
   •  RDT* 240: Operational & Quality Management in Radiation Therapy
   •  RDT* 295: Radiologic Science Seminar

Radiography

   •  RAD* 117: Introduction to Radiologic Sciences
   •  RAD* 120: Radiographic Procedures I
   •  RAD* 121: Radiologic Science Patient Care
   •  RAD* 125: Radiographic Imaging I
   •  RAD* 126: Radiographic Imaging II
   •  RAD* 130: Radiologic Procedures II
   •  RAD* 136: Radiographic Imaging III
   •  RAD* 150: Summer Clinical Practicum
   •  RAD* 197: Clinical Practices I
   •  RAD* 198: Clinical Practices II
   •  RAD* 199: Clinical Practice III
   •  RAD* 217: Radiology Seminar
   •  RAD* 220: Advanced Imaging Procedures I
   •  RAD* 221: Advanced Imaging Procedures II
   •  RAD* 222: Radiobiology & Protection
   •  RAD* 225: Radiologic Procedures III
   •  RAD* 230: Radiologic Procedures IV
   •  RAD* 233: Advanced Imaging Procedures
   •  RAD* 255: Medical Radiation Physics
   •  RAD* 257: Medical Radiation Physics II
   •  RAD* 260: Radiographic Pathology
   •  RAD* 287: Clinical Capstone
   •  RAD* 297: Clinical Practice IV

Recreation and Leisure

   •  RLS* 101: Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Services
   •  RLS* 121: Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation Services
 

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