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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.

 

Recreation and Leisure

   •  RLS* 122: Processes and Techniques in Therapeutic Recreation
   •  RLS* 220: Inclusive Recreation
   •  RLS* 221: Therapeutic Recreation Programming
   •  RLS* 223: Leisure and Aging
   •  RLS* 295: Professional Practicum in Therapeutic Recreation

Respiratory Care

   •  RSP* 121: Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiology
   •  RSP* 131: Applied Pharmacology
   •  RSP* 140: Principles of Respiratory Care
   •  RSP* 140L: Principles of Respiratory Care Lab
   •  RSP* 160: Diagnostic & Therapy Principles
   •  RSP* 180: Clinical Practicum
   •  RSP* 181: Clinical Practicum II
   •  RSP* 251: Respiratory Pathophysiology
   •  RSP* 252: Respiratory Pathophysiology II
   •  RSP* 260: Advanced Principles of Ventilator Therapy
   •  RSP* 261: Advanced Respiratory Care II
   •  RSP* 274: Diagnostic Respiratory Care
   •  RSP* 281: Advanced Clinical Practicum
   •  RSP* 282: Advanced Clinical Practicum II

Sign Language

   •  SGN* 101: Sign Language I
   •  SGN* 102: Sign Language II
   •  SGN* 103: Sign Language III
   •  SGN* 104: Sign Language IV

Social Science

   •  SSC* 150: Transition Development
   •  SSC* 155: Women's Issues and the Law
   •  SSC* 201: Introduction to African American Studies
   •  SSC* 220: Computers' Impact on Society
   •  SSC* 242: American Families
   •  SSC* 262: Puerto Rican History and Culture
   •  SSC* 294: Cooperative Education/Work Experience

Sociology

   •  SOC* 100: Community Engagement
   •  SOC* 101: Principles of Sociology
   •  SOC* 116: Impact of Aging on the Family
   •  SOC* 200: Queer Sociology
   •  SOC* 201: Contemporary Social Issues
   •  SOC* 205: Sociology In Film
   •  SOC* 210: Sociology of the Family
   •  SOC* 211: Sociology of Gender
   •  SOC* 212: Sociology of Women
   •  SOC* 215: Women and Prisons
   •  SOC* 220: Racial & Ethnic Diversity
   •  SOC* 227: The Native American Experience
   •  SOC* 228: African American Sociology and Literature
   •  SOC* 240: Criminology
   •  SOC* 241: Juvenile Delinquency
   •  SOC* 242: Sociology of Deviance

Spanish

   •  SPA* 108: Elementary Spanish I & II
   •  SPA* 111: Elementary Spanish I
   •  SPA* 112: Elementary Spanish II
   •  SPA* 130: Spanish Culture
   •  SPA* 131: Hispanic Culture
   •  SPA* 135: Hispanic Culture and Conversation
   •  SPA* 145: Mexican Culture
   •  SPA* 208: Intermediate Spanish I and II
   •  SPA* 211: Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPA* 212: Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPA* 251: Advanced Spanish I
   •  SPA* 252: Advanced Spanish II

Speech-Language Pathology Assistant

   •  SLP* 111: Communication Development
   •  SLP* 112: Speech and Language Services in the Educational Setting
   •  SLP* 120: Communication Disorders and Intervention I
   •  SLP* 121: Communication Disorders and Intervention II

Surgical Technology

   •  SUR* 101: Operating Room Procedures I
   •  SUR* 102: Operating Room Procedures II
   •  SUR* 105: Medical Terminology for Surgical Technologists
   •  SUR* 201: Seminar in Surgery
   •  SUR* 220: Clinical Experience I
   •  SUR* 221: Pathology/Pharmacology for the Surgical Technologist
   •  SUR* 222: Clinical Experience II
   •  SUR* 224: Clinical Experience III
   •  SUR* 225: Advanced Seminar in Surgery

Theatre

   •  THR* 101: Introduction to Theater
   •  THR* 110: Acting I
   •  THR* 190: Theater Practicum I
   •  THR* 210: Acting II
 

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