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ACCESS Adult Studies: Year at a Glance

  • Online Summer Minimester 2: July 1 to August 10, 2019 (6 wks)

    • CJ250 Criminology
    • CJ/LG480 Family Values and the Law: Values Seminar
    • CM130 Introduction to Mass Communications
    • EC210   Principles of Microeconomics
    • EN104  Composition and Rhetoric II
    • EN110  Introduction to Poetry: MOT/Literature
    • EN375 Topics in American Literature: Literature of War - Added
    • EN359  Shakespeare II –Cancelled
    • FA334  Classical, Gothic, and Renaissance Art: Humanities III
    • HI202  Western Civilization Since 1600: Humanities II
    • HI214 American Civilization II: Humanities II
    • MG100 Introduction to Business
    • MK330 Health Care Marketing
    • PL475 Friendship, Love, and Sexuality: Values Seminar
    • PO103 American Federal Government
    • PO/WC107 Central European Nations
    • PS230  Cognitive Psychology
  • Session 1: Online Classes • August 19 to October 12, 2019*

    *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

    • AB219 Managerial Accounting
    • CJ100 Cybercrime
    • CJ/HS150 Introduction to Homeland Security
    • CJ280 Corrections
    • CJ/LG365 Criminal Procedure
    • CS211 Application Development
    • EC209 Principles of Macroeconomics: MOT/Social Science
    • EN104 Composition and Rhetoric II
    • EN380 Topic in 20th Century Literature – A Century of Crisis: Humanities IV
    • FA370 Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
    • FN220 Money and Banking
    • FN/HI225 Money, Booms, and Busts
    • FN311 Income Tax Planning
    • HCA200  Foundations of Healthcare Systems
    • HI213 American Civilization I: Humanities I
    • MG201  Principles of Management
    • MG211  Quantitative Business Analysis
    • MG233  Business Communication Skills
    • MG251  Comprehensive Quality Improvement
    • MG305 Human Resource Management
    • MG/MK328 Supply Chain Management
    • PL475  Friendship, Love, and Sexuality: Values Seminar
    • PS109  Introduction to Psychology: MOT/Social Science
    • PS200 The Unseen Reality: the Psychology of Spiritual Experience
    • PS205 Research Design and Analysis
    • PS265  Psychobiology
    • TH109 Catholic Theology
    • TH360 Mary, Mother of God

    10 Weeks – Online: August 19 to October 26, 2019

    • BI209 Biology: Thinking and Creativity: MOT/Natural Science

    12 Weeks – Online: August 19 to November 9, 2019

    • BI155  Microbiology (4 credits)
    • BI265  Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credits)
    • BI266  Anatomy and Physiology II (4 credits)
    • CH108  Physiological Chemistry (5 credits)

    16 Weeks – Online: August 19 to December 7, 2019

    • AB301 Corporate Financial Reporting I (4 credits)
    • ED209 Cognition and Learning: MOT/Social Science
    • EE2901 Clinical Experience I – E.C.E. (1 credit)
    • MA111  Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics

    2 Weeks – Online: Friday, September 6 to Friday, September 20, 2019
    HR One-credit Workshop

    • HR-3420-OL Change Management
  • Session 1: Hybrid/Flex Classes • August 19 to October 12, 2019*

    *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below
     

    Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • AB217    Financial Accounting
    • ED109    The Educative Process
    • MG211 Quantitative Business Analysis
    • MG452  Business Policy Formulation

    Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • FA101       Introduction to Drawing
    • MG100  Introduction to Business
    • TH260    Marriage and the Family

    Wednesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • AB453   Auditing
    • EN115    An Introduction to Fiction: MOT/Literature
    • MG400  Organizational Behavior
    • MK201   Principles of Marketing

    Thursday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • EN103    Composition and Rhetoric I
    • HCA401 Ethics in Healthcare
    • MA107   Mathematics for Teachers I: MOT/Mathematics
    • MG475 Ethical Issues in the Work Place: Values Seminar
    • MK215   Sales and Sales Management

    Nursing Program Courses

    • NU205  Fundamentals of Nursing (4 credits)
      Tuesday / Thursday 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm (Lab as scheduled)
    • NU350 Nursing of the Childbearing Family (4 credits)
      Tuesday 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm
      Lab as scheduled (90 clinical hours)
    • NU430 Nursing Care of the Acutely Ill Adult (5 credits)
      Tuesday / Wednesday 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm Lab as scheduled (90 clinical hours)
    • NU451 Leadership and Management for RNs

    16 Weeks: August 19 to December 7, 2019 (16 wks)
    Tuesday 6:00pm-9:00pm

    • AB322 Federal Income Taxation  
    • BI263 Anatomy and Physiology w/online component - 4 credits
    • CH107 Physiological Chemistry (plus Lab Thursday 6-9pm) - 5 credits
  • Session 1: Important Deadlines

    Session 1 Deadlines

     

    8-Week

    10-Week

    12-Week

    16-Week

    Start

    Aug 19

    Aug 19

    Aug 19

    Aug 19

    Drop/Add

    Aug 26

    Aug 26

    Aug 26

    Aug 26

    80% Withdrawal

    Sept 2

    Sept 2

    Sept 2

    Sept 2

    60% Withdrawal

    Sept 9

    Sept 9

    Sept 9

    Sept 16

    Pass/Fail

    Sept 9

    Sept 9

    Sept 9

    Sept 16

    40% Withdrawal

    Sept 16

    Sept 23

    Sept 23

    Sept 30

    Withdrawal deadline

    Sept 23

    Oct 8

    Oct 14

    Nov 4

    End of class

    Oct 12

    Oct 26

    Nov 9

    Dec 7


  • Session 2: Online Classes • October 14 to December 7, 2019*

    *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

    • AB272 The Legal Environment of Business
    • AB303 Advanced Accounting
    • CJ/HS155 Introduction to Emergency Management
    • CJ350 Research Methods
    • CJ/LG355 Law in America
    • CJ/HS453 Senior Seminar
    • CS265 Web Page Design
    • CS360 Database Analysis and Design
    • EC112 Economics of Public Issues: MOT/Social Sciences
    • EC210 Principles of Microeconomics
    • EN112 An Introduction to Drama: MOT/Literature
    • FN336 Financial Markets and Institutions
    • FN342 Introduction to Risk Management
    • FN452 Senior Seminar
    • HI214 American Civilization II: Humanities II
    • HI314 Civil War America
    • HR315 Strategic Compensation and Benefits
    • HS385  Infrastructure Protection
    • MG100  Introduction to Business
    • MG310  New Ventures, Inc.
    • MG325 Operations Management
    • MI205 Business Computer Applications
    • MK201 Principles of Marketing
    • MK340 International Marketing
    • PL109 Philosophical Thinking: MOT/Philosophy
    • PS206 Applied Research Design and Analysis
    • PS230 Cognitive Psychology
    • PS290 Psychopathology
    • PS365 Psychological Sleuthing
    • SO203 Social Problems
    • SU303 Strategic Procurement and Financial Risk Management
    • TH262 Medicine and Morality
    • TH364 Evangelization and the Family
    • WC154 Mexicans in America
    2 Weeks - Online: Friday, November 1 to Friday, November 15, 2019

    HR One-credit Workshop

    • HR340.7 Diversity in the Workplace
  • Session 2: Hybrid/Flex Classes • October 14 to December 7, 2019*

    *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

      Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • AB219 Managerial Accounting
      • EN370 Literature of the Enlightenment: Humanities IV
      • HCA301 Strategic Management and Marketing in Healthcare
      • MA111 Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics
      • PS455 Psychological Logic

      Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • AB452 Strategic Cost Management
      • EN104 Composition and Rhetoric II
      • FA370 Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
      • FN290 Personal Finance
      • HCA303 Healthcare Quality and Outcomes Management

      Wednesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • HR320 Employment Law
      • FN331 Financial Management
      • MG340 International Business
      • PL479 The Ethics of Personal Success: Values Seminar
      •  TH109 Catholic Theology

      Thursday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • FA107 Watercolor Painting
      • HI201 Western Civilization to 1600 A.D.: Humanities I
      • MG201 Principles of Management
      • PS240 Human Development

      Nursing Program Courses

      • NU215 Health and Physical Assessment (4 credits)
        Monday/Wednesday 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
        Lab as Scheduled (30 hours)
      • NU365 Nursing Care of Children Monday/Thursday
        5:30 pm to 7:30 pm as scheduled (45 clinical hours)
      • NU440 Community and Public Health Nursing (4 credits)
        Monday 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm
        as scheduled (90 clinical hours)
      • NU451 Capstone Project for RNs
    • Session 2: Important Deadlines

       

       

      8-Week

      Start

      Oct 14

      Drop/Add

      Oct 21

      80% Withdrawal

      Oct 28

      60% Withdrawal

      Nov 4

      Pass/Fail

      Nov 4

      40% Withdrawal

      Nov 11

      Withdrawal deadline

      Nov 18

      End of class

      Dec 7

    • 3-Week, Online Wintermester: December 22, 2019 to January 11, 2020

      • CJ109  Crime and Society: MOT/Social Science
      • CS105  Introduction to Computer Applications
      • CS475  Ethics and Technology: Values Seminar
      • ED313  Literature for Children and Youth: Humanities IV
      • EN104  Composition and Rhetoric II
      • EN110  Introduction to Poetry
      • EN250  American Romanticism: Humanities IV
      • FA334  Classical, Gothic and Renaissance Art: Humanities III
      • FA370  Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
      • HI202  Western Civilization since 1600 A.D.: Humanities II
      • HI213  American Civilization I: Humanities I
      • MG100  Introduction to Business
      • MK201  Principles of Marketing
      • PL109  Philosophical Thinking: MOT/Philosophy
      • PO302  Democracy in America: Humanities IV
      • PS109  Introduction to Psychology: MOT/Social Science
      • PS240  Human Development
      • SO109  Introduction to Sociology
      • TH109  Catholic Theology
      • TH262  Medicine and Morality
    • Wintermester: Important Deadlines

      • Classes Begin – December 22
      • Drop/Add Deadline – December 26
      • 80% W/D Deadline – December 28
      • 60% W/D Deadline – January 2 Pass/Fail Deadline – January 2
      • 40% W/D Deadline – January 4 Withdrawal Deadline – January 7
    • Session 3: Online Classes • January 13 to March 7, 2020*

      *classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted below

      • AB217 Financial Accounting
      • AB302 Corporate Financial Reporting II
      • AB463 Forensic Accounting
      • CJ109 Crime and Society: MOT/Social Science
      • CJ/SO285 Race and Ethnic Relations
      • CJ295 Ethics in Criminal Justice
      • CJ/PS300 Dangerous Minds: The Psychology of Antisocial Behavior
      • CJ/HS374 Terrorism and Counterterrorism
      • CS321 Communications and Networking
      • EC209 Principles of Macroeconomics: MOT/Social Science
      • EN265 American Realism and Naturalism: Humanities IV
      • FA366 Music of the Classical Era: Humanities III
      • FN315 Retirement and Estate Planning
      • FN330 Corporate Finance
      • HCA202  Economic and Fiscal Issues in Healthcare Systems
      • HR320 Employment Law
      • HS275 Topics in Homeland Security
      • HS410 Disaster Preparedness
      • MG201  Principles of Management
      • MG233  Business Communication Skills
      • MI207 Introduction to Management of Information Technology
      • MK220  Consumer Behavior
      • MK341  Social Media and Business
      • MK410  Marketing Research
      • PO201 Classical Political Thought: Humanities I
      • PS260 Personality: Theory and Research
      • PS/BIS375 Hormones and Behavior
      • SU304 Forecasting, Production and Inventory Planning
      • TH109 Catholic Theology
      • TH380 Faith and Reason
      • WC130  Modern South Africa
      12 Weeks - Online: January 13 to April 4, 2020
      • BI155  Microbiology (4 credits)
      • BI265  Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credits)
      •  BI266  Anatomy and Physiology II (4 credits)
      •  CH108  Physiological Chemistry (5 credits)
      16 Weeks – Online: January 13 to May 2, 2020
      • AB322  Federal Income Taxation
      • ED109 The Educative Process
      • MA111  Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics
      • NU220  Pharmacology
      • NU230  Therapeutic Nursing Interventions (4 credits)
      • NU452  Senior Integrating Seminar (4 credits)
      • NU454 .Clinical Nursing Internship (4 credits)
      2 Weeks - Online: Friday, January 24 to Friday, February 7, 2020

      HR One-credit Workshop

      • HR341.3 Performance Evaluation
    • Session 3: Hybrid/Flex Classes • January 13 to March 7, 2020*

      *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

      Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • EC210  Principles of Microeconomics
      • EE201 Foundations in Early Education
      • MG400 Organizational Behavior
      • PE105 Foundations of Physical Exercise, Health and Recreation
      • PS220 Positive Psychology

      Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • HI202 Western Civilization Since 1600 A.D.:Humanities II
      • MA108 Mathematics for Teachers II
      • MG211 Quantitative Business Analysis
      • MK201 Principles of Marketing
      • PL345 The Confessions of St. Augustine: Humanities IV

      Wednesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • AB272 The Legal Environment of Business
      • FA350 Painting Styles of the Twentieth Century: Humanities III
      • PS265 Psychobiology
      • TH480 Parenting: Values Seminar

      Thursday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • FA102 Introduction to Sculpture
      • FN361 Investments and Portfolio Management
      • MG305 Human Resource Management
      • TH387 Meaning of Death and Dying

      10 Weeks – Center Valley: January 13 – March 21, 2020

      • BI209 Biology: Thinking and Creativity
        Thursday 6-9pm with online component

      16 Weeks – Center Valley: January 13 to May 2, 2020

      • BI252 Microbiology (4 credits)
        Wednesday 6:00pm-9:00pm with online component
      • BI264 Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits)
        Thursday 6:00pm-9:00pm with online component
      • NU220 Pharmacology
        Tuesday 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm (No lab or clinical hours)
      • NU230 Therapeutic Nursing Interventions (4 credits)
        Wednesday 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm (90 clinical hours)
      • NU452 Senior Integrating Seminar (4 credits)
        Tuesday / Wednesday 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm (No lab or clinical hours)
      • NU454 Clinical Nursing Internship (4 credits)
        Times to be assigned (180 clinical hours)
    • Session 3: Important Deadlines

       

       

      8-Week

      10-Week

      12-Week

      16-Week

      Start

      Jan 13

      Jan 13

      Jan 13

      Jan 13

      Drop/Add

      Jan 20

      Jan 20

      Jan 20

      Jan 20

      80% Withdrawal

      Jan 27

      Jan 27

      Jan 27

      Jan 27

      60% Withdrawal

      Feb 3

      Feb 3

      Feb 3

      Feb 10

      Pass/Fail

      Feb 3

      Feb 3

      Feb 3

      Feb 10

      40% Withdrawal

      Feb 10

      Feb 17

      Feb 17

      Feb 24

      Withdrawal deadline

      Feb 17

      Mar 2

      Mar 9

      Mar 30

      End of class

      Mar 7

      Mar 21

      Apr 4

      May 2

    • Session 4: Online Classes • March 9 to May 2, 2020*

      *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

      • AB219 Managerial Accounting
      • AB272 The Legal Environment of Business
      • AB323 Regulation
      • AB453 Auditing
      • CJ250 Criminology
      • CJ/LG375  White Collar Crime
      • CJ/LG480  Family Values and the Law: Values Seminar
      • CS105 Introduction to Computer Applications
      • EC210 Principles of Microeconomics
      • EN103 Composition and Rhetoric I
      • FN417 Financial Planning Development
      • HCA302  Legal Aspects of Healthcare
      • HCA452  Healthcare Policy Formulation
      • HI201 Western Civilization until 1600 A.D.: Humanities I
      • HR452 Capstone: Real World Scenarios
      • MA110 Finite Mathematics: MOT/Mathematics
      • MG100 Introduction to Business
      • MG203  Leadership Skills Development
      • MG340  International Business
      • MG452  Business Policy Formulation
      • MI452 Management of Information Technology
      • MK201 Principles of Marketing
      • MK215  Sales and Sales Management
      • MK452  Marketing Planning and Strategy
      • PO202 Modern Political Thought: Humanities II
      • PS381 Psychopharmacology
      • PS390 Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
      • PS455 Psychological Logic
      • SU452 Strategic Logistics and Materials Management
      • TH232 The Gospels
      • TH473 Women in the World: Values Seminar
      • WC160 Philippine Culture

      2 Weeks – Online: Friday, March 27 – Friday, April 10, 2019
      HR One-credit Workshop

      • HR341.2 Personal Career Development


    • Session 4: Hybrid/Flex Classes • March 9 to May 2, 2020*

      *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

      Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • AB452 Strategic Cost Management
      • EC209 Principles of Macroeconomics: MOT/Social Science
      • HR315 Strategic Compensation and Benefits
      • MG211 Quantitative Business Analysis 

      Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • EN110 An Introduction to Poetry: MOT/Literature
      • FA104 Introduction to Painting (not available in Flex format)
      • FA370 Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
      • MG310 New Ventures, Inc.

      Wednesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • EN382 Women Writers: Humanities IV
      • MG201 Principles of Management
      • MK330 Health Care Marketing
      • TH109 Catholic Theology

      Thursday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • AB217 Financial Accounting
      • MG233 Business Communication Skills
      • MG475 Ethical Issues in the Work Place: Values Seminar

       

    • Session 4: Important Deadlines

       

      8-Week

      Start

      March 9

      Drop/Add

      March 16

      80% Withdrawal

      March 23

      60% Withdrawal

      March 30

      Pass/Fail

      March 30

      40% Withdrawal

      April 6

      Withdrawal deadline

      April 13

      End of class

      May 2

    • Session 5 Online Classes • May 11 to July 4, 2020*

      *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

      • AB217  Financial Accounting
      • AB452  Strategic Cost Management
      • CJ/LG160 Criminal Law
      • CJ260 Law Enforcement
      • CJ290 Community Corrections
      • CJ/HS380 Intelligence and Security
      • CS475 Ethics and Technology: Values Seminar
      • EN104  Composition and Rhetoric II
      • EN250  American Romanticism: Humanities IV
      • FN290  Personal Finance
      • FN331  Financial Management
      • HI202 Western Civilization since 1600 A.D.: Humanities II
      • MG201  Principles of Management
      • MG211  Quantitative Business Analysis
      • MG233  Business Communication Skills
      • MG400  Organizational Behavior
      • PS250 Social Psychology
      • PS370 Counseling Psychology
      • SO109  Introduction to Sociology
      • SP101 Elementary Spanish I
      • TH109  Catholic Theology
      • TH260  Marriage and the Family

      Online 14 weeks: May 11 to August 15, 2020

      • PL225 Logic

      Online 2 weeks: Friday, May 29 to Friday, June 12, 2020
      HR One-credit Workshop

      • HR341.8 Employment Practice Liability
       
    • Session 5: Hybrid/Flex Classes • May 11 to July 4, 2020*

      *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

      Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • FN220 Money and Banking
      • MG305   Human Resource Management
      • MG325   Operations Management
      •  PS120 Leadership Self Development: DeSales Experience

      Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • FA106 Introduction to Drawing and Painting (not available as a Flex class)
      • FA332 Art of the Renaissance and Baroque: Humanities III
      • PS230 Cognitive Psychology

      Wednesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • EN103 Composition and Rhetoric I
      • FN330 Corporate Finance
      • HI213 American Civilization I: Humanities I

      Thursday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

      • AB219 Managerial Accounting
      • MA111 Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics
      • TH261 Sexual Morality

      Nursing Program Courses

      • NU335 The Chronically Ill Adult (5 credits)
      • NU370 The Older Adult (4 credits)
    • Session 5: Important Deadlines

       

      8-Week

      14-Week

      Start

      May 11

      May 11

      Drop/Add

      May 18

      May 18

      80% Withdrawal

      May 25

      May 25

      60% Withdrawal

      June 1

      June 8

      Pass/Fail

      June 1

      June 8

      40% Withdrawal

      June 8

      June 22

      Withdrawal deadline

      June 15

      July 20

      End of class

      July 4

      Aug 15

    • 3-Week, Online May Minimester: May 18 to June 6, 2020

      • EN372 Topics in World Literature – Russian Literature: Humanities IV
      • FA335 Art of the United States
      • HI214 American Civilization II: Humanities II
      • MK201 Principles of Marketing
      • PO201 Classical Political Thought: Humanities I
      • TH109 Catholic Theology
    • 3-Week May Minimester Important Deadlines

       

      May Minimester

      Start

      May 18

      Drop/Add

      May 20

      80% Withdrawal

      May 24

      60% Withdrawal

      May 27

      Pass/Fail

      May 27

      40% Withdrawal

      May 29

      Withdrawal deadline

      June 2

      End of class

      June 6

    • Online Prerequisites for Healthcare Programs: Fall 2019 - Summer 2020

      Take the courses that are required to major in nursing, health sciences/physical therapy, and medical studies/physician assistant. 

      Tuition is $508.00 per credit hour

      Fall 2019

      • BI155 Microbiology, 4 credits (12 weeks: August 19 to November 9, 2019)
      • BI265 Anatomy and Physiology I, 4 credits (12 weeks: August 19 to November 9, 2019)
      • BI266 Anatomy and Physiology II, 4 credits (12 weeks: August 19 to November 9, 2019)
      • CH108  Physiological Chemistry, 5 credits (12 weeks: August 19 to November 9, 2019)
      • MA111 Probability and Statistics, 3 credits (16 weeks: August 19 to December 7, 2019)
      • PS109  Introduction to Psychology, 3 credits (8 weeks: August 19 to October 12, 2019)

      Winter 2020

      • PS109 Introduction to Psychology, 3 credits (3 weeks: December 21, 2019 to January 11, 2020)
      • PS240 Human Development, 3 credits (3 weeks: December 21, 2019 to January 11, 2020)

      Spring 2020

      • BI155 Microbiology, 4 credits (12 weeks: January 13 to April 4, 2020)
      • BI265 Anatomy and Physiology I, 4 credits (12 weeks: January 13 to April 4, 2020)
      • BI266 Anatomy and Physiology II, 4 credits (12 weeks: January 13 to April 4, 2020)
      • CH108 Physiological Chemistry, 5 credits (12 weeks: January 13 to April 4, 2020)
      • MA111 Probability and Statistics, 3 credits (16 weeks: January 13 to May 2, 2020)

      Summer 2020

      • MA111 Probability and Statistics, 3 credits (6 weeks: May 18 to June 27, 2020)
      • PS109 Introduction to Psychology, 3 credits (6 weeks: May 18 to June 27, 2020)
    • Session 6: Summer — 6 Week Online Classes • July 6 to August 15, 2020*

        *Classes are 6 weeks and online, unless otherwise noted below

      • AB272 The Legal Environment of Business
      • CJ305 Child Abuse and Neglect
      • EN115  An Introduction to Fiction: MOT/Literature
      • FN361 Investments and Portfolio Management
      • MG350 Introduction to Project Management
      • MG475 Ethical Issues in the Work Place: Values Seminar
      • MK201 Principles of Marketing
      • MK215 Sales and Sales Management
      • PS240 Human Development
      • PS275 Topics in Psychology: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
      • SP102 Elementary Spanish II
      • TH234 The Old Testament
      • TH262 Medicine and Morality
      • TH483 The Workaday World: Values Seminar

      Nursing Program Courses

      • NU320 Health Risk Models and Research
        No lab or clinical hours

      2-Weeks – Online: Friday, July 24 to Friday, August 7, 2019
      HR One-credit Workshop

      • HR341.5 Counseling and Discipline
    • Summer Sessions 2020: May 18 to June 27, 2020 & June 29 to August 8, 2020

      Center Valley Campus

      • BI151 Introductory Biology 1
        10 weeks, May 18 – July 25, 4 Credits
        Lecture Tuesday/Thursday, 9 am – 11 am and Lab Tuesday, 12 pm – 2 pm
      • CH231 Organic Chemistry I
        4 weeks, May 18 – June 13, 4 Credits
        Lecture M-F, 9 am - 12 pm and Lab M-TH, 1 pm - 4 pm

      Online Summer 1: 6 Weeks, May 18 to June 27, 2020, unless otherwise noted

      • AB272  Legal Environment of Business
      • BI209 Biology: Thinking and Creativity (8 weeks, May 18 – July 11)
      • BI475 Designer Genes: Values Seminar
      • CS105 Introduction to Computer Applications
      • EC209 Principles of Macroeconomics: MOT/Social Science
      • EN103  Composition and Rhetoric I
      • EN115  An Introduction to Fiction: MOT/Literature
      • EN285   Contemporary Literature: Humanities IV
      • FA370 Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
      • HI201 Western Civilization to 1600 AD: Humanities I
      • HI213 American Civilization I: Humanities I
      • MA111 Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics
      • MG475  Ethics in the Workplace: Values Seminar
      • MK315 Business to Business Marketing
      • PL109 Philosophical Thinking: MOT/Philosophy
      • PS109 Introduction to Psychology: MOT/Social Science
      • TH109  Catholic Theology
      • TH262  Medicine and Morality
      • WC154  Mexicans in America

       Online Summer 2 (6 Weeks, June 29 to August 8, 2020)

      • CJ/LG480  Family Values and the Law: Values Seminar
      • CM130  Introduction to Mass Communications
      • EC210 Principles of Microeconomics
      • EN104  Composition and Rhetoric II
      • EN110  Introduction to Poetry: MOT/Literature
      • EN375 Topics in American Literature: Literature of War: Humanities IV
      • FA334 Classical, Gothic, and Renaissance Art: Humanities III
      • HI202 Western Civilization Since 1600: Humanities II
      • HI214 American Civilization II: Humanities II
      • MG100  Introduction to Business
      • MK330  Health Care Marketing
      • PL475 Friendship, Love, and Sexuality: Values Seminar
      • PO103  American Federal Government
      • PS230 Cognitive Psychology
      • TH260 Marriage and the Family
    • Session 6 and Summer 2020 Important Deadlines

       

      Session 6

      (6 week)

      Summer 1

      Summer 2

      4 Week Summer

      8 Week Summer

      10 Week Summer

      Start

      July 6

      May 18

      June 29

      May 18

      May 18

      May 18

      Drop/Add

      July 8

      May 20

      July 1

      May 20

      May 25

      May 25

      80% Withdrawal

      July 15

      May 27

      July 8

      May 25

      June 1

      June 1

      60% Withdrawal

      July 22

      June 3

      July 15

      June 1

      June 8

      June 8

      Pass/Fail

      July 22

      June 3

      July 15

      June 1

      June 8

      June 8

      40% Withdrawal

      July 29

      June 10

      July 22

      June 4

      June 15

      June 22

      Withdrawal deadline

      Aug 5

      June 17

      July 29

      June 10

      June 22

      July 6

      End of class

      Aug 15

      June 27

      Aug 8

      June 13

      July 11

      July 25

    • A Year at a Glance by Subject: 2019-2020 Class Index

      Plan out your year ahead by subject with this course index table. 

      Abbreviations for Index

      • CV - Center Valley Area Campus
      • *CV - FLEX Center Valley Campus
      • OL - Online
      • WM - Wintermester
      • MM - May Minimester
      • 1SM - Summer 1
      • 2SM - Summer 2

      Accounting

      AB217

      *1CV, 3OL, *4CV, 5OL

      AB219

      1OL , *2CV, 4OL, *5CV

      AB272

      2OL, *3CV, 4OL, 6OL, 1SM

      AB301

      1OL 16wk

      AB302

      3OL

      AB303

      2OL

      AB322

      *1CV 16wk, 3OL 16wk

      AB323

      4OL

      AB452

      *2CV, *4CV, 5OL

      AB453

      *1CV, 4OL

      AB463

      3OL

      Biology

      BI151

      1SM 10wk

      BI155

      1OL 12wk, 3OL 12wk

      BI209

      1OL 10wk, 3CV 10wk, 1SM

      BI252

      3CV 16wk

      BI263

      1CV 16wk

      BI264

      3CV 16wk

      BI265

      1OL 12wk, 3OL 12wk

      BI266

      1OL 12wk, 3OL 12wk

      BI375

      3OL

      BI475

      1SM

      Chemistry

      CH107

      1CV 16wk

      CH108

      1OL 12wk, 3OL 12wk

      CH231

      1SM 4wk

      Communications

      CM130

      2SM

      Computer Science

      CS105

      WM, 4OL, 1SM

      CS211

      1OL

      CS265

      2OL

      CS321

      3OL

      CS360

      2OL

      CS475

      WM, 5OL

      Criminal Justice

      CJ100

      1OL

      CJ109

      WM, 3OL

      CJ150

      1OL

      CJ155

      2OL

      CJ160

      5OL

      CJ250

      4OL

      CJ260

      5OL

      CJ280

      1OL

      CJ285

      3OL

      CJ290

      5OL

      CJ295

      3OL

      CJ300

      3OL

      CJ305

      6OL

      CJ350

      2OL

      CJ355

      2OL

      CJ365

      1OL

      CJ374

      3OL

      CJ375

      4OL

      CJ380

      5OL

      CJ453

      2OL

      CJ480

      4OL, 2SM

      Economics

      EC112

      2OL

      EC209

      1OL, 3OL, *4CV, 1SM

      EC210

      2OL, *3CV, 4OL, 2SM

      Education

       

      ED109

      *1CV, 3OL 16k

      ED209

      1OL 16wk

      ED313

      WM

      EE201

      *3CV

      EE2901

      1OL 16wk

      English

      EN103

      *1CV, 4OL, *5CV, 1SM

      EN104

      1OL, *2CV, WM, 5OL, 2SM

      EN110

      WM, *4CV, 2SM

      EN112

      2OL

      EN115

      *1CV, 6OL, 1SM

      EN250

      WM, 5OL

      EN265

      3OL

      EN285

      1SM

      EN370

      *2CV

      EN475

      2SM

      EN380

      1OL

      EN372

      MM

      EN382

      *4CV

      Finance

      FN220

      1OL, *5CV

      FN225

      1OL

      FN290

      *2CV, 5OL

      FN311

      1OL

      FN315

      3OL

      FN330

      3OL, *5CV

      FN331

      *2CV, 5OL

      FN336

      2OL

      FN342

      2OL

      FN361

      *3CV, 6OL

      FN417

      4OL

      FN452

      2OL

      Fine Arts

      FA101

      1CV

      FA102

      3CV

      FA104

      4CV

      FA106

      5CV

      FA107

      2CV

      FA332

      *5CV

      FA334

      WM, 2SM

      FA335

      MM

      FA350

      *3CV

      FA366

      3OL

      FA370

      1OL, *2CV, WM, *4CV, 1SM

      Healthcare Administration

      HCA200

      1OL

      HCA202

      3OL

      HCA301

      2CV

      HCA302

      4OL

      HCA303

      2CV

      HCA401

      1CV

      HCA452

      4OL

      History

      HI201

      *2CV, 4OL, 1SM

      HI202

      WM, *3CV, 5OL, 2SM

      HI213

      1OL, WM, *5CV, 1SM

      HI214

      2OL, MM, 2SM

      HI225

      1OL

      HI314

      2OL

      Homeland Security

      HS150

      1OL

      HS155

      2OL

      HS275

      3OL

      HS374

      3OL

      HS380

      5OL

      HS385

      2OL

      HS410

      3OL

      HS453

      2OL

      Human Resources

      HR315

      2OL, *4CV

      HR320

      *2CV, 3OL

      HR340.7

      2OL

      HR341.2

      4OL

      HR341.3

      3OL

      HR341.5

      6OL

      HR341.6

      1OL

      HR341.8

      5OL

      HR452

      4OL

      Law and Society

      LG160

      3OL

      LG355

      2OL

      LG365

      1OL

      LG375

      4OL

      LG480

      4OL, 2SM

      Management

      MG100

      *1CV, 2OL, WM, 4OL, 2SM

      MG201

      1OL, *2CV, 3OL,* 4CV, 5OL

      MG203

      4OL

      MG211

      *1CV, 1OL, *3CV, *4CV, 5OL

      MG233

      1OL, 3OL, *4CV, 5OL

      MG251

      1OL

      MG305

      1OL, *3CV, *5CV

      MG310

      2OL, *4CV

      MG325

      2OL, *5CV

      MG328

      1OL

      MG340

      *2CV, 4OL

      MG350

      6OL

      MG400

      *1CV, *3CV, 5OL

      MG452

      *1CV, 4OL

      MG475

      *1CV, *4CV, 6OL, 1SM

      Management of Information Technology

      MI205

      2OL

      MI207

      3OL

      MI452

      4OL

      Marketing

      MK201

      *1CV, 2OL, WM, *3CV, 4OL, MM, 6OL

      MK215

      *1CV, 4OL, 6OL

      MK220

      3OL

      MK315

      1SM

      MK328

      1OL

      MK330

      *4CV, 2SM

      MK340

      2OL

      MK341

      3OL

      MK410

      3OL

      MK452

      4OL

      Mathematics

      MA107

      *1CV

      MA108

      *3CV

      MA110

      4OL

      MA111

      1OL 16wk,*2CV,3OL 16wk,*5CV,1SM

      Philosophy

      PL109

      2OL, WM, 1SM

      PL225

      5OL 14wk

      PL345

      *3CV

      PL475

      1OL, 2SM

      PL479

      *2CV

      Physical Education

      PE105

      3CV

      Political Science

      PO103

      2SM

      PO201

      3OL, MM

      PO202

      4OL

      PO302

      WM

      Psychology

      PS109

      1OL, WM, 1SM

      PS120

      *5CV

      PS200

      1OL

      PS205

      1OL

      PS206

      2OL

      PS220

      *3CV

      PS230

      2OL, *5CV, 2SM

      PS240

      *2CV, WM, 6OL

      PS250

      5OL

      PS260

      3OL

      PS265

      1OL, *3CV

      PS275

      6OL

      PS290

      2OL

      PS300

      3OL

      PS365

      2OL

      PS370

      5OL

      PS375

      3OL

      PS381

      4OL

      PS390

      4OL

      PS455

      *2CV, 4OL

      Sociology

      SO109

      WM, 5OL

      SO203

      2OL

      SO285

      3OL

      Spanish

      SP101

      5OL

      SP102

      6OL

      Supply Chain

      SU303

      2OL

      SU304

      3OL

      SU452

      4OL

      Theology

      TH109

      1OL, *2CV, WM, 3OL, *4CV, 5OL, MM,1SM

      TH232

      4OL

      TH234

      6OL

      TH260

      *1CV, 5OL, 2SM

      TH261

      *5CV

      TH262

      2OL, WM, 6OL, 1SM

      TH360

      1OL

      TH364

      2OL

      TH380

      3OL

      TH387

      *3CV

      TH473

      4OL

      TH480

      *3CV

      TH483

      6OL

      World Culture

      WC130

      3OL

      WC154

      2OL, 1SM

      WC160

      4OL

      ACCESS Nursing Courses

      NU205

      1CV

      NU350

      1CV

      NU430

      1CV

      NU451

      1CV

      NU456

      2CV

      NU215

      2CV

      NU365

      2CV

      NU440

      2CV

      NU220

      3CV 16wk

      NU230

      3CV 16wk

      NU305

      3CV

      NU452

      3CV 16wk

      NU454

      3CV 16wk

      NU340

      4CV

      NU335

      5CV

      NU370

      5CV

      NU320

      6CV

       

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