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 ACC103 - Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ACC110 and ACC101 or ACC108
A continuation of ACC110 applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as they relate to the use of QuickBooks for analyzing and reporting financial data. Topics include period-end procedures, new company setup-detailed start, payroll processing, jobs and time tracking, customizing company files and customer credits and bad debt write-offs. Fulfills open electives.
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ACC103–OL
19735
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 1 9/25 Feb 19, 2019
Apr 1, 2019
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  ACC103 OL runs Feb 19 - Apr 1.

 ACC110 - Small Business Computerized Accounting
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiency
This course provides an overview of a computerized accounting system for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Topics include: Handling company files, backing up and restoring company information, entering and paying vendor bills, invoicing and receiving payments, managing inventories, new company setup-express start, payroll setup, and banking and reconciling accounts. Fulfills open electives.
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ACC110–XO1
19737
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 1 10/25 Apr 2, 2019
May 6, 2019
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  ACC110 OL1 uses QuickBooks software. A PC in necessary. At this point, the QuickBooks software used for the class has limited or no Mac accessibility, reason for which students taking this class are strongly advised to make sure they have access to a Windows based computer for the duration of this course.This is a Distance learning course with an orientation.For details log onto:www.northshore.edu/distance Runs Apr 2 - May 6. 100% refund deadline: 4/3. withdraw 4/29

 ACC203 - Managerial Accounting
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ACC102 or ACC108
Emphasizes the use of cost issues for management to make informed decisions for business planning. Topics include cost classifications, job cost systems, process costing, cost behavior, cost- volume-profit analysis, budgeting with variance analysis using standard costs, relevant costs for decision making, capital investments, Activity Based Costing and financial statement analysis; additional topics may be covered. Fulfills open elective. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ACC203–CT1
17268
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
03:15 PM
    Thursday
Danvers/Berry
303
3 24/24 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Nelson View
  ACC203 CT is a Hybrid course, which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
ACC203–OL
16057
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 30/30 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Nelson View
  ACC203 OL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 ALH161 - Basics of Pharmacology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies
This course presents the basic principles of pharmacology including classifications of drugs, generic and trade names, administration routes, indications and contraindications, common adverse effects, and typical adult and pediatric doses. (1 lecture hour per week)
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ALH161–AD1
19990
Spring
2019
04:00 PM
05:45 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/HPSS
106
1 11/30 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Bryson View
  ALH161 AD runs March 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fee: March 24, 2019 This course is a web assisted class and has a reduced number of class meetings. Class meetings will take place on 3/19, 4/2, 4/16, 4/30.

 ART102 - Art History and Appreciation
Credit
How do I Register?
An appreciation of art developed through lectures and discussions about the nature and meaning of art in the human experience. While art is viewed as encompassing many forms, special attention is given to the historical development of architecture, painting, and sculpture, primarily in the Western world. Fulfills open, liberal arts and humanities electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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ART102–CT
19868
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
10:25 AM
     Friday
Danvers/Berry
102
3 18/22 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
B Ashmore Davis View
  ART102-CT is a Hybrid, accelerated course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings.

 BIO101 - Biology 1:The Basics of Life
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics Proficiencies
An introduction to the basic principles of biology. The course covers the chemistry of the cell, cell structure and function, cell division, genetics and some evolution. The laboratory is designed to enhance lecture and to develop investigative skills. (3 hours of lecture, 2 hours of lab per week) Fulfills open, liberal arts, and lab science sequence elective when taken with BIO102 or BIO128 and BIO130, or BIO140 or BIO 142.
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BIO101–LR1
19964
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW323
4 21/24 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
N Abdelmageed View
12:30 PM
02:20 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE301
Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
  BIO101 LR1 is a late-starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6.

 BUS103 - Advanced Excel
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: BUS120 and ACC101 or ACC108
Utilizes Microsoft Excel for analyzing financial data. Topics include use of advanced formatting and filtering techniques, functions, tools, tables, charts, as well as collaborating, performing what-if-analysis, automating repetitive tasks, and importing and exporting data. Fulfills open elective.
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BUS103–XOL
19738
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 1 10/25 Apr 2, 2019
May 6, 2019
U Arcos-Castrejon View
  BUS103 OL runs Apr 2 - May 6. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log onto: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 BUS120 - Computer Applications for Business
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics proficiency
This course provides a hands-on experience in the use of business computer applications. Students will gain practical knowledge of spreadsheet, word processor, database and pertinent internet technologies. Students will develop their skills utilizing tools from the Microsoft Office Suite and collaboration tools from the Google G-Suite. Topics include: Document formatting, forms and reports design, creating smart interrelated spreadsheets with complex formulas and functions, representing data with meaningful graphs, relational database design, queries, remote collaboration, file sharing, and file and storage management. Fulfills open elective. (3 hours of lecture per week)
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BUS120–R1
19962
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
11:45 AM
     Friday
Danvers/Berry
202
3 10/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
S Testa View
  BUS120 R1 is a late starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6.

 CFS211 - Bakery Production and Operations
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CFS201
This course covers the fundamentals of producing bakeshop products for commercial purposes. Main lab topics include application of time saving steps in the production process and adjustments to formulas and temperatures to meet different product yields. Product arrangement, cross merchandising, shelf life and spoilage will also be addressed. In addition, students will study sales and merchandising of bakeries. Marketing and cross utilizing products and employees will also be a focus.
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CFS211–R
19733
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Middleton/NSBC
117C
3 3/12 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Phillips View
  CFS211 R runs Mar 18 - May 6.

 CFS213 - Contemporary Cakes and Decorations
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CFS201
This course covers the fundamentals of producing bakeshop products for commercial purposes. Main lab topics include application of time saving steps in the production process and adjustments to formulas and temperatures to meet different product yields. Product arrangement, cross merchandising, shelf life and spoilage will also be addressed. In addition, students will study sales and merchandising of bakeries. Marketing and cross utilizing products and employees will also be a focus.
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CFS213–R
19734
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
01:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Middleton/NSBC
117C
3 5/12 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Phillips View
  CFS213 R runs Mar 18 - May 6.

 CMP101 - Composition 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Placement exam score
Emphasis is on developing skills of writing, reading, analytical thinking, and research. Students are introduced to thought provoking ideas in readings from a variety of disciplines and learn to organize material, analyze ideas, and produce clear writing. Fulfills open and liberal arts electives.
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CMP101–A10
19144
Spring
2019
05:30 PM
07:10 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW305
3 20/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
N Mades-Byrd View
  CMP101 A10 is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–A11
19597
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
304
3 18/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
S Fyfe View
  CMP101 A11 is a late-starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–A12
19601
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 22/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
K Brown View
  CMP101 A12 is a late-starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–AP4
18625
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:15 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
205
3 20/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Santos View
  This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May.
CMP101–AP5
10001
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
09:20 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
121
3 13/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
K Yanchus View
  This is a service-learning course. This is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This course runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–AP7
18801
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
201
3 13/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Cady Arbeau View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–AP9
19061
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
07:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 13/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Horn View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–CT
10004
Spring
2019
01:30 PM
02:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
120
3 18/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
K Yanchus View
  This is a Hybrid course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a service-learning course. This course uses textbokks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28- May 6.
CMP101–EC
19571
Spring
2019
04:30 PM
07:45 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 22/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Barile View
  This section is reserved for students in the Early College Program. CMP101 EC is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101–GC
19930
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM103
3 11/10 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
V Carnevale View
  CMP101 GC is a Gateway to College program course section with 10 seats open to non-Gateway students. This is a late- starting course beginning the week of January 28 - May 6.
CMP101–GC1
19933
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
302
3 16/10 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
A Gangi View
  CMP101 GC1 is a Gateway to College course section with 10 seats open to non-Gateway students. This is a late-starting course beginning the week of January 28 - May 6.
CMP101–LR3
18929
Spring
2019
03:00 PM
06:15 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LW323
3 10/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Thibeault View
  CMP101 R is a late starting course which runs the week begining Jan 28 - May 6.

 CMP101A - Composition 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Placement exam score
Co: FFL 015
Emphasis is on developing skills of writing, reading, analytical thinking, and research. Students are introduced to thought provoking ideas in readings from a variety of disciplines and learn to organize material, analyze ideas, and produce clear writing. Fulfills open and liberal arts electives.
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CMP101A–A10
19145
Spring
2019
05:30 PM
07:10 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW305
3 0/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  CMP101A A10 is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. Students taking CMP101A A10 must also register for FFL015 A10.
CMP101A–A11
19598
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
304
3 0/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  CMP101A A11 is a late-starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6. Students taking CMP101A A11 must also register for FFL015 A11.
CMP101A–A12
19602
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 0/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  CMP101A A12 is a late starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6. Students taking CMP101A A12 must also register for FFL015 A12.
CMP101A–AP4
18859
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:15 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
205
3 0/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  Students taking CMP101A AP4 must also register for FFL015 AP4. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101A–AP5
18860
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
09:20 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
121
3 0/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  Students taking CMP101A AP5 must also register for FFL015 AP5. This is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which begins the week of Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101A–AP7
18862
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
201
3 0/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  Students taking CMP101A AP7 must also register for FFL015 AP7. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP101A–AP9
19062
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
07:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 0/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Staff View
  Students taking CMP101A AP9 must also register for FFL015 AP9. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 CMP102 - Composition 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CMP 101 or CMP 101H
Emphasis is on analytical and researched writing based on a range of texts. Classic and contemporary authors will be studied.
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CMP102–LB1
19970
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW203
3 17/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Magnolia View
  CMP102 is a later starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP102–LR2
19297
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
09:35 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW325
3 16/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
P Eliopoulos View
  CMP102 LR2 is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CMP102–OL4
19294
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 13/16 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Whitney View
  CMP102 OL4 runs Mar 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% tuition and fees: Mar 24. Withdrawal deadline: April 20. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CMP126 - Composition 2: Writing about Film
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CMP101 or CMP101H
Emphasis is on analytical and researched writing about film. The course introduces students to the principles of film criticism and briefly covers the history of international cinema. Classes are devoted to the viewing and analyzing a range of films within an historical, aesthetic context.
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CMP126–R
19701
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
205
3 20/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Zamparelli View
  CMP126 R is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 CMP190 - Creative Writing
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CMP101 or CMP101H
Emphasis is on writing in a ranges of genres, which may include fiction, poetry, drama, screenwriting, and graphic novels for the beginning and experienced writer. The goal of the course is for writers to improve writing skills and to produce finished pieces for possible publications. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives. Does not fulfill a CMP 2 elective.
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CMP190–LR
19593
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
05:15 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS312
3 8/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Vautour View
  CMP190 LR is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 CPS100 - Information Technology and Its Applications
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics proficiency
This course provides an introduction to the technical and social aspect of IT. Topics include computer hardware, software, telecommunications concepts, Web applications, Internet services, ethical issues, data security, and privacy. IT applications in areas such as business, education, and the arts will be examined. Course projects using operating system, word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software will be integrated throughout the course. CPS100 may be fulfilled by a challenge exam and successfully completing a 3-credit liberal arts course. Credits are not awarded for passing the challeng exam. (3 lecture hours per week). Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.
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CPS100–CT1
10087
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:45 AM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
202
3 24/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Wermers View
  CPS100 CT1 is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CPS100–CT2
10090
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW306
3 20/20 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Wermers View
  CPS100 CT2 is a Hybrid course, which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
CPS100–LK
16900
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW306
3 14/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Tinsley View
  CPS100 LK is a late-starting course that runs the week beginning January 28 - May 6.

 CPS136 - Advanced Computer Networks
Credit
How do I Register?
Co: CPS134
Advanced course in computer networks and internet infrastructure including client-server network, peer-to-peer network, OSI model, network protocols, network file system management, file system security, network administrations and policies, network server management, network services, network performance and fault tolerance. The configuration and administration of client-server networks are used to reinforce the course content. Fulfills open, software, and Web development electives. (4 hours of lecture per week)
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CPS136–XOL
15506
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 4 19/28 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
H Guan View
  CPS136 XOL meets March 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees March 24: . Withdrawal deadline: April 27. This is a Distance Learning course. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CPS148 - XML
Credit
How do I Register?
Co: CPS140
This course will provide students with practical experience developing XML solutions, including writing well-formed XML documents, modeling business requirements using XML, coding XML reserved characters, validating an XML document with a DTD, using entities, capturing user requirements with XML Schemas, and writing XSL templates to transform XML documents into HTML. Fulfills open and software electives. (3 lecture hours per week)
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CPS148–XOL
11093
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 20/28 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Wermers View
  CPS148 XOL meets March 18 - May 9. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: March 24. Withdrawal deadline: April 27. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CPS168 - Introduction to Access
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPS100
Study of database concepts as applied to MS Access database. Topics include the basic models used by database systems, database design and implementation, relational operations, database reports, menu driven applications, programming, database administration, and database security. Fulfills open and software electives. (2 hours of lecture per week)
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CPS168–OL
19355
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 2 22/28 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
A Hassan View
  CPS168 XOL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6 and is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 CPS182 - Information Systems Disaster Recovery
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
An introduction to information systems disaster recovery principles, including preparation of a disaster recovery plan, appropriate countermeasures for information security, development of policies and procedures, implementation of the disaster recovery plan, and recovery from an information systems disaster. Fulfills software and open electives.
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CPS182–XOL
16091
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 2 15/28 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
H Guan View
  CPS182 XOL meets March 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: March 24. Withdrawal deadline: April 27. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/ distance.

 CRJ101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
Credit
How do I Register?
Introduces students to the study of the criminal justice system. Three components of this system, the police, courts, and corrections, will be studied and interrelationships will be shown between components. Outside readings and guest speakers will combine the practical and academic aspects.
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CRJ101–EC
19903
Spring
2019
05:00 PM
08:15 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW225
3 18/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
F Dagostino View
  CRJ101 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program. This is a late starting course beginning the week of January 28 -May 6.

 DRG201 - Individual Counseling for Addiction
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: DRG10 or DRG 106
Covers a variety of evidence-based practices used in the addiction field, including motivational interviewing and relapse prevention, among others. The course introduces students to assessment, treatment planning, and case management best-practice. Skill enhancement is reinforced through experiential learning and role play.
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DRG201–CT
19348
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
09:15 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
313
3 10/20 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
S Chisholm View
  DRG201 CT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs 3/18 - 5/6. Deadline for 100% tuition and fees: Mar 24. Withdrawal deadline: Apr 20. This course is restricted to students in the Substance Abuse Counseling certificate program. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.

 ECE101 - Child Growth and Development
Credit
How do I Register?
Course material will be dealt with through lecture/discussions, workshops, observations, and field work and should enable the student to: observe and record children's behavior; describe stages children go through in the major areas of growth and discuss appropriate methods of guiding behavior at each stage; discuss major developmental and learning theories; defend the value of play and design play experiences to enhance growth at each developmental stage.
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Books
ECE101–GF1
19998
Spring
2019

 
3 25/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Soucy View
ECE101–GF2
20006
Spring
2019
06:15 PM
09:45 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
101
3 24/0 Apr 1, 2019
Jun 24, 2019
K Gallo View

 ECE105 - Using the Expressive arts With Young Children
Credit
How do I Register?
Identifies the elements of the creative process and traces the development of this process within the student; develops expressive experiences that will guide young children in the discovery of their own creative potential; designs experiences appropriate for children in the specific expressive arts curriculum areas of music, body movement, art, storytelling, drama, and play for their own use both as creative outlets and as therapeutic tools. Fulfills open elective.
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ECE105–GF
20021
Spring
2019

 
3 17/0 Apr 1, 2019
Jun 24, 2019
C Milan-Robinson View

 ECE204 - Children With Special Needs
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ECE101
Students will learn to: identify criteria and describe procedures for early identification of children with diverse abilities; identify and describe special needs in the areas of sensory and communication impairments, developmental and physical disabilities, and emotional and behavioral disorders, and evaluate their impact on family and peers; plan for inclusion by designing environments and activities that enhance the strengths of individual children and reflect an awareness of each child's needs.
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ECE204–GF
20002
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 25/0 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Wolkiewicz View

 ESL001 - ESL Support Lab
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW score 1-2, or ELLC score of 96-123, or ESL061 C- to D-, or ESL063 C- to D- or ESL065 C- to D-, or ESL075 C- to D-
This course is designed for ESL students who have basic language skills needs such that they require additional support in order to take ESL Level I courses. Students in this course will take ESL Writing and Grammar I and/or ESL Integrated Skills 1 concurrently. Coursework will consist of in-class activities as well as work in the ESL Language Lab.
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Books
ESL001–BL
19768
Spring
2019
06:00 PM
09:15 PM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW205
3 5/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
G Chase View
  Students taking ESL001 BL must also register for ESL003 or ESL002. ESL001 BL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 ESL002 - ESL Integrated Skills I
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLC 124-155, or ESL063 D-, or ESL064 C- to D-, or ESL075 D-, or ESL076 C- to D-
This course introduces intermediate level ESL students to reading for academic purposes. Students develop reading strategies, critical thinking skills and academic vocabulary to increase reading comprehension. In addition, students will develop note taking skills and improve their listening comprehension. They will also build fluency and accuracy in their use of spoken English from a wide range of academic disciplines to improve class discussion and presentation skills.
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Books
ESL002–AL
19771
Spring
2019
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
   Wednesday Friday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
6 11/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
P Maestranzi View
  ESL002 AL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
ESL002–LR
19772
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
02:15 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
6 14/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Cheung View
  ESL002 LR is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 ESL003 - Writing and Grammar 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW score of 3, or ESL061 or ESL065 C to A-, or ESL062 C- to D-, or ESL066 C- to D-
The goal of this course is the acquisition and control of intermediate level grammatical forms and sentence structures. Students will be able to form accurate simple, compound, and complex sentences and to develop a variety of paragraph types with a clear topic sentence and supporting ideas.
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ESL003–AL
19773
Spring
2019
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
6 13/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
P Boutin View
  ESL003 AL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
ESL003–LR
19774
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
02:15 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
6 7/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Cheung View
  ESL003 LR is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 ESL004 - ESL Integrated Skills II
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ESL002, or ESL064, or ESL076 all with C or better, or ESL112 or ESL116 both C- to D-,or ESL Test Composite score 157-185
In this course, high intermediate level students build upon their skills in reading for academic purposes. Students improve reading strategies, critical thinking skills and vocabulary to increase reading comprehension. In addition, students will develop note taking and listening comprehension skills. They will also build fluency and accuracy in their use of spoken English from a wide range of academic disciplines to improve class discussion and presentation skills.
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Books
ESL004–AL
19775
Spring
2019
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
6 6/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
G Devino View
  ESL004 AL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
ESL004–LR
19776
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
11:45 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
6 11/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Justice View
  ESL004 LR is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 ESL005 - Writing and Grammar 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW score of 4, or ESL003 with a 75% or higher, or ESL062 C to A, or ESL066 C to A, or ESL110 C- to D-, or ESL114 C- to D-
The goal of this course is the acquisition and control of high intermediate level grammatical forms and sentence structures. In this class, students will also continue to develop their skills in writing the three sentence types, unified and cohesive paragraphs, and a variety of types of essays.
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Books
ESL005–AL
19777
Spring
2019
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE234
6 10/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Azeni View
  ESL005 AL is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
ESL005–LR
19778
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
11:45 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/Modular
LM101
6 16/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Wheeler View
  ESL005 LR is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 ESL006 - ESL Integrated Skills III
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ESL 112 or ESL116 C to A, or ESL 122 or ESL 126 C- to D-, or ESL004 or ELLC with score of 186 or above
This capstone course prepares advanced level ESL students to engage in college level academic discourse. Students strengthen reading and listening comprehension, critical thinking and speaking skills in order to successfully give formal and informal presentations and effectively participate in class discussions.
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ESL006–ES1
19779
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
10:25 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LE235
3 2/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Cheung View
  Students taking ESL006 ES1 must also register for SPE102 ES1. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 ESL007 - Writing and Grammar 3
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: ELLW 5-8, or ESL005 with passing grade or ESL110 C to A, or ESL114 C to A, or ESL128 C- to D-
The goal of this course is the acquisition and control of advanced level grammatical forms and sentence structures. Students will improve the accuracy and variety of their sentences, build on their academic vocabulary, and write a variety of types of college essays.
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ESL007–ES1
19782
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
11:45 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW222
6 5/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Brown View
  Students taking ESL007 ES1 must also register for FFL100 ES1. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
ESL007–ES2
19783
Spring
2019
06:00 PM
09:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW222
6 3/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Fried View
  Students taking ESL007 ES2 must also register for FFL100 ES2. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 FFL015 - Composition 1 Seminar
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: FFL011 and FFL013 with 'C' or better or by placement exam
Co: CMP101A
This course will inform and grow out of the companion Composition 1 Course*. Students will acquire the ability to write a clear, unified and grammatically correct essay, using this class time to break down, analyze and extend material which is related to the Composition 1 course. All phases of the writing process are practiced. This course integrates reading and writing to enable students to develop and reinforce their communication skills. In addition, this course helps students apply their skills to other writing activiites so they may achieve success in college. *(Accelerated Learning Program Course)
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FFL015–A10
19263
Spring
2019
07:30 PM
09:10 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW305
3 11/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
N Mades-Byrd View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. Students taking FFL015 A10 must also register for CMP101A A10.
FFL015–A11
19599
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
201
3 7/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
S Fyfe View
  FFL015 A11 is a late-starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6. Students taking FFL015 A11 must also register for CMP101A A11.
FFL015–A12
19603
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
03:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW201
3 11/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
K Brown View
  FFL015 A12 is a late-starting course beginning the week of Jan 28 - May 6. Students taking FFL015 A12 must also register for CMP101A A12.
FFL015–AP4
19266
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/Berry
304
3 7/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Santos View
  Students taking FFL015 AP4 must also register for CMP101A AP4. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This is a Hybrid course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
FFL015–AP5
19250
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:20 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
311
3 2/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
K Yanchus View
  Students taking FFL015 AP5 must also register for CMP101A AP5. This is a Hybrid course that meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This is a service-learning course. This is a late starting course which begins the week of Jan 28 - May 6.
FFL015–AP7
19252
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
119
3 3/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
D Cady Arbeau View
  Students taking FFL015 AP7 must also register for CMP101A AP7. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
FFL015–AP9
19254
Spring
2019
08:00 PM
09:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LW226
3 11/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Horn View
  Students taking FFL015 AP9 must also register for CMP101A AP9. This is a late starting course which begins the week of Jan 28 - May 6.

 FFL100 - First Year Experience
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CPT test score 32 or above or its equivalent
This course provides the skills, knowledge, and abilities for academic persistence and performance development, as well as the psychosocial influencers on college and career success. In addition to decision making, critical thinking, study, oral and written communication skills, topics include educational goal setting, college orientation, successful academic behaviors, and career and life planning. Emphasis is placed on cross cultural awareness, personal and social responsibility, resource availability, and college policies and procedures. This course is highly recommended for first-year students and students seeking an Associate Degree. Service-Learning is recommended.Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.
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FFL100–CT2
19264
Spring
2019
01:30 PM
02:30 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE140
3 8/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Green View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. This is a service-learning course. This is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings.
FFL100–EC1
19574
Spring
2019
04:30 PM
05:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
3 14/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
P Sirote View
  This course is restricted to students in the Early College Program and contextualized for education. FFL100 EC1 is a late-starting course that runs Jan 28 - May 6.
FFL100–ES1
19787
Spring
2019
12:15 PM
01:40 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW323
3 5/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Edinger View
  FFL100 ES1 is reserved for students taking ESL007 ES1 - Writing and Grammar 3. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
FFL100–GC1
19926
Spring
2019
03:00 PM
04:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
303
3 5/10 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
P Dibenedetto View
  FFL100 GC1 is a Gateway to College course section with 10 seats open to non-Gateway Students. This is a late-starting course beginning the week of January 28 - May 6.
FFL100–LR
19604
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LE304
3 13/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Deleveaux View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
FFL100–R1
19600
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
121
3 14/24 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
B Kelly View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6 and is contextualized to Business.
FFL100–UB
19949
Spring
2019
05:30 PM
08:45 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 7/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Deleveaux View
  FFL100 UB is reserved for students in the Upward Bound program. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning January 28 - May 6.

 GEO108 - Environmental Science
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics proficiency
An introduction to the field of environmental science. Environmental relationships are studied with regards to the strengths and fragilities of natural systems. Among other topics, the course covers utilization of natural resources, biodiversity, ecosystems, and environmental economics and politics. Fulfills open, liberal arts and science electives. (3 hours of lecture per week)
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GEO108–LR
19192
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
02:00 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW202
3 20/20 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
F Lugolobi View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 HIS131 - World History 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
An examination of the major themes and their legacies in world history from its origins until the era of global interaction. Attention will focus on a comparative analysis of various world societies. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and with HIS132, history sequence electives.Students are NOT required to take World History 1 before taking World History 2. These courses may be taken out of sequence.
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HIS131–LR1
13699
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
09:45 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 11/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Sherf View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 HIS132 - World History 2
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
An examination of the major themes and their legacies in world history since the era of global interaction. Attention will focus on a comparative analysis of various world societies. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and with HIS131, history sequence electives.Students are NOT required to take World History 1 before taking World History 2. These courses may be taken out of sequence.
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HIS132–XOL
13097
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 24/25 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Davis View
  HIS132 OL1 is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost. This course runs March 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% tuition & fees: March 24. Withdrawal deadline: April 20.

 HIS136 - The History of Sexuality
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
This course examines human sexuality throughout history. Using a global case study approach, topics may include (but are not limited to) the history of: same sex sexuality, opposite-sex sexuality, prostitution, menstruation, medicalization of sexuality, sexual taboos, the influence of sexuality on law codes, religion, nationallism, colonialism, etc. Fulfilss open, liberal arts, humanities and social science elective.
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HIS136–LL
18502
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS212
3 7/24 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
K Kaufman View
  HIS136 is a course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. This course uses textbook and course material that are available at no or low cost.

 HIS200 - The Holocaust
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Composition 1
This course examines the Holocaust in the context of modern European history. It examines the roots of anti-Semitism in Europe, the racialism of Nazi ideology and the social, political, and cultural factors leading to the genocide of millions of Jews and other groups during the Third Reich and World War II (1933-1945). Fulfills open, humanities, liberal arts, and social science electives.
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HIS200–LK
19869
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
3 7/28 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Davis View
  HIS200 is a late start course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.

 HRT110 - Plant and Soil Science
Credit
How do I Register?
A study of the important interactions between soils and growing plants. Basic plant structure, growth, and reproduction are considered along with plant response to environmental conditions. Soil factors affecting plant growth are covered in depth, including texture, structure, organic matter, pH and nutrients. (2 hours of lecture, 2 hours of lab per week)
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HRT110–LR
17860
Spring
2019
10:30 AM
12:40 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
3 10/20 Jan 15, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
B Heath View
11:00 AM
12:10 PM
 Monday   Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
Jan 15, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
  HRT110 LR runs Jan 15 - Apr 13. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Jan 21. Withdrawal deadline: April 1. There are no classes the week of March 10-16 due to spring break.

 HRT122 - Fundamentals of Plant Health
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
An introduction to the nature, cause, transmission and control of plant pests and diseases. Identification of local plant diseases & pests through symptom observation will be covered. Control methods that are environmentally and economically sound will be discussed including the selection of the right plant for the right place, the importance of soil health, integrated pest management and the soil food web.
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HRT122–LR
17828
Spring
2019
01:00 PM
02:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
3 11/20 Jan 15, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
B Heath View
  HRT122 LR runs from Jan 15 - Apr 13. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: January 21. Withdrawal deadline: April 1. There are no classes the week of March 10-16 due to spring break.

 HRT201 - Urban Tree Care
Credit
How do I Register?
An introduction to modern arboricultural practices. Technical information regarding the care of ornamental trees and the trees of our urban forests will be presented. Students will expand on knowledge, skills and experience developed in the first year, including tree identification, tree risk management, arboricultural safety and Massachusetts law, disease and tree insect pest control, construction damage and pruning. (3 hours of lecture per week)
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HRT201–LR
17829
Spring
2019
01:00 PM
04:15 PM
     Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
3 12/20 Jan 15, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
L Eisener View
  HRT201 LR runs Jan 15 - Apr 13. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: Jan 21. Withdrawal deadline: Apr 1. There are no classes the week of March 10-16 due to spring break.

 HRT230 - Field Placement and Seminar in Horticulture
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics proficiency and HRT101, and HRT106, and HRT210
Students enrolled in the Horticulture programs are required to successfully complete 240 hours of professionally supervised work in an approved horticultural business. The objective of the field placement is to assist in the development of on-the-job skills, which completes the in-class experience gained in the Horticulture Program. This field placement will also include on-campus, faculty guided seminars, site visits from faculty and employee performance evaluations.
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HRT230–LR
17830
Spring
2019
09:00 AM
10:50 AM
 Monday
Lynn/McGee
LW224
6 5/20 Apr 1, 2019
Jun 24, 2019
C Goldfield View
  HRT230 LR runs from April 1 - June 24. Deadline for refund 100% tuition and fees:APR 7. Withdrawal deadline: JUN 10. There are seven class sessions that meet on the following dates: 4/1, 4/8, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13 & 5/20.

 HUS102 - Helping Skills in Human Services
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: HUS101
Designed to help develop individual and group interaction skills based on historical and contemporary models applicable in the field of Human Services work. Utilizing audio and video taping; role play; and active classroom participation in exercises designed to demonstrate competence in appropriate listening skills, problem solving, and decision making strategies.
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HUS102–CT1
16691
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
01:45 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LW225
3 29/30 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
E Gilmore View
  Note: Twenty-five seats are reserved for DDS Grant participants. This is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom. This course runs Mar 18 - May 6.

 HUS124 - Supervision and Leadership in Human Services
Credit
How do I Register?
This course is designed for current and potential supervisors who work in human services. Students will strengthen time management and conflict management skills; assess different forms of leadership and supervision; develop a stronger knowledge base of how each supervisor fits into an organization and promote the team process as an integral part of agency dynamics.
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HUS124–R
18750
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
05:00 PM
     Friday
Danvers/Berry
119
3 5/0 Apr 2, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Labella View
  HUS124 R is restricted to DDS grant participants. This course runs April 2 - May 6. Deadline to receive 100% refund of tuition & fees: April 3. Withdrawal deadline: April 29.

 IDS112 - Introduction to Art, Music, and Literature: From Classics to Pop
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
The emphasis of this introductory humanities course is on developing interest in and understanding of art, music, and literature by examining works from ancient to modern times. It includes a consideration of the role of the arts in heightening our awareness of ourselves and the world as well as how art can call attention to social issues such as threats to the environment. No background in the arts is required. Fulfills open, humanities, and liberal arts electives.
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IDS112–OL
19755
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 19/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Whitney View
  IDS112 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log onto: www.northshore.edu/distance. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 IDS136 - Martin and Malcolm: Advocates for Human Rights
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications Proficiency
This course seeks to critically examine the social context, the philosophical, and ideological framework of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. Through biographical and historical analysis, students will develop a greater appreciation of the two historical figures. In addition, we will critically evaluate and relate the methods of each to contemporary U.S.A. and Third World racial social, political and economic problems. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and history electives.
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IDS136–LL
19758
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS311
3 6/30 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Smith View
  IDS136 is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 IDS142 - Global Conflicts and Human Behavior
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
This course uses an interdisciplinary approach to shed light on the nature of war and conflict and how it shapes, and is shaped by, human behavior. A case study method highlights the problem of global conflict in areas such as Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America in the twentieth-and twenty-first centuries. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and humanities electives.
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IDS142–OL
19759
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 19/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Davis View
  IDS142 OL is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log onto: www.northshore.edu/ distance. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.

 LIT208 - World Literature 2: Eighteenth Century to Present
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: 6 credits of Freshman Composition
Students read, interpret, and discuss selected works of major writers of the world from the eighteenth century to the present. Among the authors whose works may be studied are Goethe, Chekhov, Voltaire, Ibsen, Lessing, Douglass, and Kafka. Fulfills open, liberal arts, advanced literature, and humanities electives.
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LIT208–J
19892
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
103
3 5/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Magnolia View
  LIT208 is a late start course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 -May 6.

 MAT061 - Algebra 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: MAT013 or MAT050 with 'C' or above, or CARR 40 or above and CEAR 40-53; or NGAR 250 or above and NGQA less than 262.
Provides students with the opportunity to develop the mathematical concepts and skills that prepare students for college level mathematics in the STEM/Business pathways. Algebra topics such as solving equations, graphing linear equations in two variables, solving systems of equations and operations on polynomials are covered. Technology and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course. Successful completion of this course with a grade of C or better confers mathematics proficiency.
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MAT061–BL
19740
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
08:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW204
4 22/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
E Petrocelli View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 MAT110 - Mathematics Literacy
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Mathematics proficiency and CEAR score of less than 54 or NGQA less than 262, or MAT 050 with a C or better and completion of Communications Skills Level 1 or placement into Communication Skills Level 2 or higher (CRDR of 56 or higher) or a B- or better in ESL Advanced 2.
This course is designed to develop mathematics literacy skills that are required in non-STEM pathways. Topics include solving relevant real world problems using equations, graphs, proportions, algebraic concepts, finance, and linear functions. Use of technology is integrated throughout the course. Successful completion of this course with a grade of C or better satisfies math prerequisites for MAT 14X courses. Fulfills liberal arts and open elective. Does not fulfill college level math elective (MAT 140 or higher).
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MAT110–CT1
19885
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:20 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Math&Sci
110
4 10/20 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Fang View
  MAT110 CT1 is a Hybrid course which is partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.
MAT110–GC
19925
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
02:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS111
4 8/10 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
E Casey View
  MAT110 GC is a Gateway to College course section with 10 seats open to non-Gateway students. This is a late-starting course beginning the week of January 28 - May 6.
MAT110–GC1
19927
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
02:45 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
304
4 7/10 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Cole View
  MAT110 GC1 is a Gateway to College course section with 10 seats open to non-Gateway students. This is a late- course beginning the week January 28 - May 6.

 MAT143 - Introduction to Statistics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency or PSAT Evidence based Reading and Writing of 550 or above (taken in 2016 or later), or, SAT Evidenced based Reading and Writing of 550 or above (taken in 2016 or later), or ACT English of 22 or above and Mathematics proficiency and CEAR 54 or above, or NGQA 262 or above, or PSAT Math 540 or higher or SATM 510 or above (if taken prior to 2016) or SATM 540 or above or ACT 22 or above or High School GPA 2.7 or above or MAT 110 or MAT 002 or MAT 061 or MAT 003 or MAT 062 or MAT 094 with a C or better or Math Module 8 or above.
This course is an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics and the basic laws of probability as used in business, social science, or education. Topics examined are: frequency distributions, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, normal distributions, confidence intervals, sampling, introduction to hypothesis testing, correlation, and linear regression. Other topics such as chi-square distribution and F-distribution will be covered as time permits. The course emphasizes the practical understanding and use of concepts and procedures essential to statistical analysis (statistical software may be used at the instructor's discretion for solving applied problems). Fulfills open, liberal arts and mathematics electives.
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MAT143–CT
12894
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
09:15 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LW225
3 27/30 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Warren View
  MAT143 CT is a Hybrid course which is partially online and classroom meetings. This course uses textbooks and course partially in the classroom with a reduced number of materials that are available at no or low cost.
MAT143–CT1
19886
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:45 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Math&Sci
110
3 23/25 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
T Fang View
  MAT143 CT1 is a Hybrid course which is partially online and classroom meetings. partially in the classroom with a reduced number of This course uses textbooks and course materials that are available at no or low cost.

 MAT151 - Precalculus 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: CEAR 82 or above, or NGQA 268 or above, or PSAT Math 560 or above or SATM 530 or above (if taken prior to 2016) or SATM 560 or above or ACT 24 or above or MAT 003 or MAT 062 or MAT 094 or MAT 131 or MAT 135 with a C or better of Math Module 12.
First of a two-course sequence which prepares students for the study of Calculus. A study of advanced topics in algebra including: equations, inequalities, functions, properties of functions, zeros of polynomial functions and complex numbers, graphs of functions including polynomial and rational functions, logarithmic and exponential functions. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and mathematics electives.
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MAT151–EC
19888
Spring
2019
05:00 PM
08:15 PM
    Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS110
3 6/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
S Kelkar View
  MAT151 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program.

 MGT201 - Human Resource Management
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: BUS 100 or MGT 102
Analysis of policy and administrative functions involved in human resource management. Topics include manpower planning, selection, training, communication, methods of payment and motivation, employee welfare, and research. Selected cases are employed to develop student's decision-making capability.
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MGT201–R
11162
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
03:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
204
3 10/30 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
C Phair View
  This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 MKT101 - Marketing
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
Introduces the role of marketing in business and other organizations. Basic theory and terminology are examined with emphasis on the major components of marketing: product, price, promotion, and distribution.
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MKT101–EC
19921
Spring
2019
05:00 PM
08:15 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LS311
3 17/25 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Tirrell View
  MKT101 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program. This is a late starting course beginning the week of January 28 - May 6.

 OTA201 - Therapeutic Application of Modalities 3
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: BIO104, OTA104 and OTA110
Co: OTA203 and OTA207
A culminating laboratory course that integrates knowledge and skills for clinical application of the occupational therapy process including evaluation, intervention, and outcomes. Case studies and simulations are utilized to facilitate clinical reasoning in the development and implementation of occupational therapy intervention plans, documentation, and clinical performance. (15 hours of lecture and 60 hours of lab)
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OTA201–RX
15063
Spring
2019
01:30 PM
03:20 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
307
3 11/12 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Malone View
01:30 PM
02:20 PM
 Monday
Danvers/HPSS
307
Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
08:30 AM
12:20 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
307
Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
10:30 AM
12:20 PM
 Monday   Friday
Danvers/HPSS
307
Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
  *OTA201 RX meets for seven weeks: March 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% refund of tuition and fees: March 24. Withdrawal deadline: April 20.

 PHI120 - Medical Ethics
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
Recent developments in the bio-medical fields have led to considerable moral perplexity about the rights and duties of patients, health professionals, research subjects, and researchers. This course presents a brief introduction to ethical theory and a set of diverse, carefully selected readings (pro and con) on some of the most contemporary issues in bioethics. Some of these issues that will be analyzed and discussed are the following: abortion and infanticide, the problems of birth defects, euthanasia, psycho-surgery, behavior and genetic control, and the claim to health care. Fulfills open, liberal arts and humanities electives.
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PHI120–EC
19637
Spring
2019
04:30 PM
07:45 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS211
3 24/26 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Dzitko View
  PHI120 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 PNR103 - Medical-Surgical Nursing
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communications and Mathematics Proficiencies, PNR107, Admission to PN Program
In keeping with the philosophy of the nursing program, Medical Surgical Nursing incorporates the basic concepts and skills acquired in the fall semester in studying the more common medical surgical diseases and related nursing care utilizing the nursing process as a framework.
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PNR103–R2
13701
Spring
2019
07:00 AM
03:30 PM
 MondayTuesday
Hospital Off-Site 7 15/20 Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019
D Newhall,
T Casimir
View
08:00 AM
11:50 AM
   Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
227
Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019
09:00 AM
11:50 AM
     Friday
Danvers/HPSS
227
Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019
09:00 AM
11:50 AM
    Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
227
Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019

 PNR105 - Maternal Child Health
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre:Communictions and Mathematics Proficiencies; PNR107;Admission to PN Program
This course focuses on the role of the student practical nurse by providing theoretical knowledge and practical learning experiences in the care of the expectant family, the neonate, and devloping child through adolescence. The course examines pregnancy, labor & delivery, the postpartal period, and the neonate from a normal developmental point of view. Common problems in women's health, pregnancy and infanct care are explored, as well as care of the pedicatric client and his/her family in health and illness.
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PNR105–R2
13702
Spring
2019
07:00 AM
03:30 PM
 MondayTuesday
Hospital Off-Site 7 16/20 Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019
A Lawson,
S Kearns
View
08:00 AM
11:50 AM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
312
Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019
09:00 AM
11:50 AM
    ThursdayFriday
Danvers/Berry
312
Mar 18, 2019
May 9, 2019

 PSY102 - Introduction to Psychology
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
Systematic study of behavior including the development of psychology as a science, the biological basis of behavior, learning and memory, motivation, sensation and perception, personality development, cognitive processes, maturation and development, and adjustment. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives.
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PSY102–BL
19750
Spring
2019
05:00 PM
07:40 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS213
3 6/25 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
G Griffin View
  This course runs Mar 18 - May 6.

 PSY204 - Human Growth and Development
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: PSY102
Study of the development sequences of growth from prenatal to death, including the methodological problems of developmental studies, individual differences, the interplay of heredity and environment and the development of language, motivation, and motor behavior. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives. (Formerly PSY118)
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PSY204–L
19945
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Berry
204
3 30/32 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Azzara View
  This is a late starting course that runs the week of January 28 - May 6.
PSY204–XO1
19579
Spring
2019

 
Distance Learning 3 27/25 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
L Azzara View
  PSY204 OL3 runs Mar 18 - May 6. Deadline for 100% tuition and fees: Mar 24. Withdrawal deadline: Apr 20. This is a Distance Learning course with an orientation. For details log on to: www.northshore.edu/distance.

 PTA206 - Physical Therapist Assistant Seminar
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: All required PTA courses, all gen ed courses req in PT
Co: PTA210 and PTA208
Offers a faculty-guided forum for discussion of clinical experiences and knowledge necessary for clinical practice, professional development, and lifelong learning. (15 hours of seminar)
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PTA206–R
10626
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
03:30 PM
 
1 24/25 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
M Meng-Lee View
  PTA206R meets on May 8 and May 10, 2019.

 SCI101 - Integrated Science 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication and Mathematics proficiency
Integrated Science I is the first in a two-course sequence designed to introduce the student to the basic concepts of physics, chemistry and astronomy. Using inquiry-based activities, the student will explore these principles as well as the technologies associated with them. Lectures and laboratory periods are closely integrated. Fulfills open, liberal arts, science electives and with SCI102, fulfills laboratory science sequence electives.
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SCI101–GC
19929
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
02:00 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS310
4 11/11 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Gardner View
12:30 PM
02:30 PM
     Friday
Lynn/McGee
LW310
Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
  SCI101 GC is restricted to students in the Gateway to College program. It is a late-starting course beginning the week of January 28 - May 6.

 SOC128 - School Violence: Causes and Consequences
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: Communication proficiency
This course will study the problem of school violence, its causation and cures. The areas of focus will include: school violence that stems in large part from individual idiosyncratic personality traits, school violence that can be best understood in terms of societal structure, and school violence that can be traced to gang activity. Solutions and programs that have been attempted to fight this problem nationwide and in Massachusetts in particular, will be presented and evaluated. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives.
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SOC128–L
19938
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/Math&Sci
209
3 16/26 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
R Roesler View
  SOC128 L is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning January 28 - May 6.

 SPE102 - Speech
Credit
How do I Register?
Focuses on the nature and effects of verbal communication. Students will become familiar with the communication process, including some of the following: principles of organization, purpose, language structure, effective delivery, and audience analysis. Students individually will use these elements in informative and persuasive speaking in the traditional speaker-audience relationship. Fulfills open, liberal arts, and humanities electives.
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SPE102–EC
19585
Spring
2019
09:30 AM
12:45 PM
      Saturday
Lynn/McGee
LS211
3 22/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Y Hayes View
  SPE102 EC is restricted to students in the Early College program. This course is late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
SPE102–ES1
19784
Spring
2019
11:00 AM
12:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS312
3 3/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
P Sirote View
  SPE102 ES1 is reserved for students taking ESL006 ES1 - Integrated Skills 3. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
SPE102–FS
19953
Spring
2019
12:30 PM
01:55 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS311
3 15/0 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
S Raftery View
  SPE102 FS is reserved for students in the Lynn Public Schools Fresh Start program. This is a late starting course which runs the week beginning January 28 - May 2.
SPE102–LN
19652
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
03:25 PM
  Tuesday Thursday
Lynn/McGee
LS213
3 11/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
E Oregel View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
SPE102–LR2
19651
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
03:25 PM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 11/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
E Oregel View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
SPE102–LR4
19594
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
05:15 PM
  Tuesday
Lynn/McGee
LS214
3 14/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Y Hayes View
  SPE102 LR4 is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
SPE102–LR5
19137
Spring
2019
06:30 PM
09:45 PM
   Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS312
3 19/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Mclaughlin View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.
SPE102–LR7
19947
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
09:25 AM
 Monday Wednesday
Lynn/McGee
LS211
3 12/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
Y Hayes View
  This is a late-starting course which runs the week beginning January 28 - May 6
SPE102–R
19595
Spring
2019
02:00 PM
05:15 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/Berry
306
3 18/22 Jan 28, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Greene View
  SPE102 R is a late starting course which runs the week beginning Jan 28 - May 6.

 SRG125 - Operating Room Skills Lab II
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: SRG122, and SRG124, and SRG126, and SRG127
Co: SRG128
The laboratory component of the Surgical Technology program is used to integrate the knowledge and skills from the didactic portion of the program. This course provides the student with the opportunity to practice skills in a practical setting utilizing aseptic technique.
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SRG125–R1
19865
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
10:55 AM
   Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
130
2 4/7 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Forte View
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
 Monday
Danvers/HPSS
130
Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
  SRG125 R1 runs the week beginning March 18 - May 6.
SRG125–R2
19866
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
10:55 AM
 Monday
Danvers/HPSS
130
2 8/7 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Forte View
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
    Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
130
Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
  SRG125 R2 runs the week beginning March 18 - May 6.
SRG125–R3
19867
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
10:55 AM
     Friday
Danvers/HPSS
130
2 5/7 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Forte View
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
  Tuesday
Danvers/HPSS
130
Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
  SRG125 R3 runs the week beginning March 18 - May 6.

 SRG128 - Surgical Technology II
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: BIO103, and BIO104, and CMP101, and OFT116, and PSY102, and, SRG122, and SRG124, and SRG126, and SRG127
Co: SRG125
This course is a continuation of Surgical Technology I. This course is a comprehensive study of the principals of intraoperative case management, abdominal incisions, hemostasis, laparoscopic case management, wound healing and closure, dressing, tissue replacement and postoperative case management., emergency situations, and post-operative care of the surgical patient. This course will provide an overview of peri-operative care and how it applies to special populations.
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SRG128–CT
19861
Spring
2019
08:00 AM
10:55 AM
  Tuesday Thursday
Danvers/HPSS
226
4 17/20 Mar 18, 2019
May 6, 2019
J Forte View
  SRG128 is a Hybrid course which meets partially online and partially in the classroom with a reduced number of classroom meetings. This course runs the week beginning March 18 - May 6.

 VET106 - Surgical Nursing and Anesthesia 1
Credit
How do I Register?
Pre: VET104
This course is designed to familiarize students with the wide variety of skills needed to assist in a veterinary surgery. Principles of aseptic techniqe, instrumentation, and anesthesia monitoring will be covered.
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VET106–R1
10719
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
03:30 PM
   Wednesday
Danvers/HPSS
113
4 9/10 Jan 15, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
S Magesky View
  This class runs January 15 - April 13. Deadline to receive 100% refund of tuition and fees: January 21. Deadline to withdraw: April 1.
VET106–R2
10721
Spring
2019
08:30 AM
03:30 PM
     Friday
Danvers/HPSS
113
4 6/10 Jan 15, 2019
Apr 13, 2019
S Magesky View
  This class meets January 15 - April 13. Deadline to receive 100% tuition and fees: January 21. Deadline to withdraw: April 1.

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