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Academic Development: Transitioning to College Details 91534 ACDV101 1 0 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 04:05 PM - 05:30 PM
Days: W    Location: E.ADMN 107
Transitioning to college is an interactive course designed to familiarize students with CCBC and foster the development of decision-making skills and learning strategies that link to success in higher education. This course will be organized and offered in four career academies (Health Professions, Business & Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts and STEM). Within this environment, students will explore tentative occupational choices and create an "academic road map" for their CCBC experience. 202191 ACDV Roche, Samantha 08/30/2021 16:05 12/19/2021 17:30 Essex W On-Site
Academic Development: Transitioning to College Details 91231 ACDV101 1 0 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:15 AM - 12:35 PM
Days: W    Location: C.CLLB 036
Transitioning to college is an interactive course designed to familiarize students with CCBC and foster the development of decision-making skills and learning strategies that link to success in higher education. This course will be organized and offered in four career academies (Health Professions, Business & Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts and STEM). Within this environment, students will explore tentative occupational choices and create an "academic road map" for their CCBC experience. 202191 ACDV Jones, Deborah 08/30/2021 11:15 12/19/2021 12:35 Catonsville W On-Site
Calculus I Details 92723 MATH251 4 2 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 01:25 PM - 02:55 PM
Days: M, W, F    Location: E.ADMN 209
Covers functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, derivative algorithms, linear approximations, optimization and other applications, area under a curve, definite integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Mean Value Theorem, Rolle's Theorem, Intermediate Value Theorem. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 MATH Beiderman, Andrew 08/30/2021 13:25 12/19/2021 14:55 Essex MWF On-Site
College Composition I Details 94078 ENGL101 3 14 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:10 AM - 12:30 PM
Days: T, R    Location: C.CLLB 125
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Schutte, Megan 08/30/2021 11:10 12/19/2021 12:30 Catonsville TR On-Site
College Composition I Details 90990 ENGL101 3 12 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:15 AM - 12:40 PM
Days: M    Location: C.HTEC 032

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Berry, Melvin 08/30/2021 11:15 12/19/2021 12:40 Catonsville MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
College Composition I Details 94141 ENGL101 3 7 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 02:20 PM - 03:40 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.AHUM 206
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Hong-Smith, Vicki 08/30/2021 14:20 12/19/2021 15:40 Essex TR On-Site
College Composition I Details 90573 ENGL101 3 0 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 05:45 PM - 08:40 PM
Days: W    Location: E.ADMN 107
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Miller, Robert 08/30/2021 17:45 12/19/2021 20:40 Essex W On-Site
College Composition I Details 92931 ENGL101 3 5 Campus: Dundalk

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 12:45 PM - 02:05 PM
Days: T, R    Location: D.COMM 218
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Trucker, Jeremy 08/30/2021 12:45 12/19/2021 14:05 Dundalk TR On-Site
College Composition I Details 90089 ENGL101 3 1 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:05 AM - 10:00 AM
Days: M, W    Location: E.ADMN 107

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Jackson, Jewel 08/30/2021 12/19/2021 Essex MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
College Composition I Details 94081 ENGL101 3 13 Campus: Owings Mills

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 10:10 AM - 11:30 AM
Days: M    Location: O.O 412

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Scott, Jacqueline 08/30/2021 10:10 12/19/2021 11:30 Owings Mills MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
College Composition I Details 93922 ENGL101 3 12 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 12:45 PM - 02:05 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.TBA 
College Composition I is a course on critical thinking, reading, and composing practices with an emphasis on integrating appropriate research and academic documentation. Students develop rhetorical strategies, employing writing processes to compose for a variety of purposes and audiences. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Staff 08/30/2021 12:45 12/19/2021 14:05 Essex TR On-Site
College Composition II Details 93923 ENGL102 3 8 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 10:10 AM - 11:05 AM
Days: M, W    Location: E.ADMN 213

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
College Composition II advances the critical thinking, reading, researching, and composing practices developed in English 101. Students further develop advanced rhetorical strategies and employ complex writing processes, including analyzing multiple and varied complex texts, developing arguments and ideas, conducting research and using sophisticated sources. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Mantler, Elsbeth 08/30/2021 12/19/2021 Essex MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
College Composition II Details 90946 ENGL102 3 11 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 02:20 PM - 03:40 PM
Days: T, R    Location: C.CLLB 120

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
College Composition II advances the critical thinking, reading, researching, and composing practices developed in English 101. Students further develop advanced rhetorical strategies and employ complex writing processes, including analyzing multiple and varied complex texts, developing arguments and ideas, conducting research and using sophisticated sources. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Cole-Leonard, Natasha 08/30/2021 12/19/2021 Catonsville TRO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
Comparative Government and Politics-GL Details 93927 POLS131 3 8 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 107
Introduces students in the systematic study of comparative government and politics as well as the primary concepts used by political scientists to study the development and outcomes of government and politics in variety of countries. By studying a variety of countries, students move beyond concepts to concrete examples and will address the following question: Why are some countries stable democracies and not others? This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 POLS Dedie, John 08/30/2021 09:35 12/19/2021 10:55 Essex TR On-Site
English Grammar and Usage Details 93924 ENGL106 3 9 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 02:20 PM - 03:40 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 213
Explores how grammar in the English language works; examines the underlying structures of sentences, which leads to an understanding of why commonly made errors occur. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Harris, Heather 08/30/2021 14:20 12/19/2021 15:40 Essex TR On-Site
Exploring Biology Details 93920 BIOL100 3 0 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 02:30 PM - 03:55 PM
Days: M, W    Location: E.ADMN 208
Considers modern biological principles to increase awareness of the relationships between scientific thought, current knowledge in biology, and everyday living; does not serve as a prerequisite for other biology courses. This course does not have a laboratory component. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: BIOL 100, BIOL 108, BIOL 110.NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 BIOL Minor, Robin 08/30/2021 14:30 12/19/2021 15:55 Essex MW On-Site
Fundamentals of Chemistry Details 93294 CHEM107 3 3 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:05 AM - 10:55 AM
Days: M, W    Location: C.HTEC 032
Serves as a prerequisite course for allied health, engineering and science majors. It surveys the concepts of general chemistry. Topics include states of matter, atomic structure, periodic table, bonding, nomenclature, chemical reactions, chemical equations, and quantitative relationships. This course is mainly meant for students intending to enroll in higher-level chemistry courses. For students needing a lab, CHEM 108 serves as the accompanying lab.3 lecture hours and 1 recitation hour per week. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 CHEM Hands, Michael 08/30/2021 09:05 12/19/2021 10:55 Catonsville MW On-Site
Fundamentals of Communication Details 94017 CMNS101 3 10 Campus: Dundalk

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:10 AM - 12:30 PM
Days: T, R    Location: D.TBA 
Introduces the study of human communication. Students develop an understanding of the theoretical principles of verbal and non-verbal interaction by analyzing and applying these principles in a variety of communication contexts. Areas of study include intrapersonal, interpersonal, cross-cultural, small group, and public speaking. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 CMNS Staff 08/30/2021 11:10 12/19/2021 12:30 Dundalk TR On-Site
Fundamentals of Communication Details 94077 CMNS101 3 6 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:10 AM - 12:30 PM
Days: T, R    Location: C.HUMN 113
Introduces the study of human communication. Students develop an understanding of the theoretical principles of verbal and non-verbal interaction by analyzing and applying these principles in a variety of communication contexts. Areas of study include intrapersonal, interpersonal, cross-cultural, small group, and public speaking. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 CMNS Tucker, Sherry 08/30/2021 11:10 12/19/2021 12:30 Catonsville TR On-Site
Fundamentals of Communication Details 92008 CMNS101 3 0 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 01:25 PM - 02:50 PM
Days: M, W    Location: E.ADMN 107
Introduces the study of human communication. Students develop an understanding of the theoretical principles of verbal and non-verbal interaction by analyzing and applying these principles in a variety of communication contexts. Areas of study include intrapersonal, interpersonal, cross-cultural, small group, and public speaking. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 CMNS Trivane, Sheri 08/30/2021 13:25 12/19/2021 14:50 Essex MW On-Site
History of Art II-GL Details 92524 ARTD106 3 6 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 12:45 PM - 02:05 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.AHUM 203
Serves as a chronological introduction to world visual arts from c. 1400 CE to present. This introduction focuses on analyzing works within their own historic, religious, political, and social contexts, as well as art's relationship to cross-cultural contexts. Emphasis will also be given to the influence of historic world art on contemporary arts, aesthetics, and cultures. Structural and formal elements will also be considered, as will the evolution of media and its impact on expression and the dissemination of ideas. This course will foster critical thinking skills by developing the ability to perceive, research, analyze, interpret, question, and articulate an understanding of art history in written, graphic, and verbal forms. A collective emphasis will focus on student understanding and the encouragement of an informed dialogue with our diverse cultural and artistic heritages. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. 202191 ARTD Walton, Jessica 08/30/2021 12:45 12/19/2021 14:05 Essex TR On-Site
History of the United States I Details 94016 HIST111 3 12 Campus: Dundalk

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 10:10 AM - 11:05 AM
Days: M, W    Location: D.COMM 218

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Surveys America's early clash of cultures, European and African background, settlement, Revolution, new government, expansion, and sectionalism through the Civil War; an in-depth analysis of selected issues, periods, personalities or institutions in an effort to understand the youthful nation's changing, often clashing, attitudes and values. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 HIST Robertson, Thomas 08/30/2021 12/19/2021 Dundalk MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
History of the United States I Details 94079 HIST111 3 5 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 01:25 PM - 02:50 PM
Days: M    Location: C.CLLB 121

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Surveys America's early clash of cultures, European and African background, settlement, Revolution, new government, expansion, and sectionalism through the Civil War; an in-depth analysis of selected issues, periods, personalities or institutions in an effort to understand the youthful nation's changing, often clashing, attitudes and values. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 HIST Ackerman, Joshua 08/30/2021 13:25 12/19/2021 14:50 Catonsville MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
History of the United States I Details 93926 HIST111 3 5 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 12:45 PM - 02:05 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 107
Surveys America's early clash of cultures, European and African background, settlement, Revolution, new government, expansion, and sectionalism through the Civil War; an in-depth analysis of selected issues, periods, personalities or institutions in an effort to understand the youthful nation's changing, often clashing, attitudes and values. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 HIST Greeley, Dawn 08/30/2021 12:45 12/19/2021 14:05 Essex TR On-Site
Introduction to Environmental Science Details 94055 ENVS101 3 1 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 10:10 AM - 11:05 AM
Days: M, W, F    Location: C.HTEC 214
Explores the inter-relationships between humans and the Earth's ecosystems. Fundamentals of ecology, water resources, populations, energy, climate, and nutrient cycling will be covered, as well as the impact of human use and management of the earth's land, water, and air resources. For students needing a lab, ENVS 102 serves as the accompanying lab. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENVS Schockner, William 08/30/2021 10:10 12/19/2021 11:05 Catonsville MWF On-Site
Introduction to Environmental Science Laboratory Details 92272 ENVS102 1 5 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 01:25 PM - 04:20 PM
Days: F    Location: C.MASH 026
Provides students with hands-on laboratory experiences, field trips, and special assignments to demonstrate the principles, processes, techniques, and technologies of the study of natural environmental systems and solutions to environmental challenges. Students are required to attend a maximum of five off-campus or field activities during the scheduled laboratory period. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENVS Schockner, William 08/30/2021 13:25 12/19/2021 16:20 Catonsville F Remote Lecture w On-Site Lab
Introduction to Holistic and Complementary Health Details 92011 HLTH126 3 4 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 10:10 AM - 11:05 AM
Days: M, W, F    Location: E.ADMN 210
Introduction to Holistic and Complementary Health explores health and healing through the integrated and interdependent components of the body, mind and spirit.  The course exposes students to a variety of ancient and modern healing traditions from different cultures and around the globe; methods of prevention and self-care; and the paradigm of "whole person" medicine. Students investigate the similarities and differences among conventional, holistic, and complementary health care practices. Students also consider the factors that limit access to holistic and complementary health care in the United States. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 HLTH Click, Lisa 08/30/2021 10:10 12/19/2021 11:05 Essex MWF On-Site
Introduction to Philosophy Details 94080 PHIL101 3 10 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 12:45 PM - 02:05 PM
Days: T    Location: C.CLLB 121
Emphasizes the use of critical analysis and critical thinking applications to examine philosophical issues. Among these are understanding philosophical and scientific similarities and differences, analyzing the meaning of human existence, explaining and justifying ethical choices, exploring and recognizing the nature, sources, and limits of human knowledge, the question of whether God exists, how one justifies an answer to this question, and different theories about the nature of reality. The course actively engages and encourages students to recognize and associate the relevance of philosophy to everyday phenomena by utilizing active critical analysis to attempt to understand and integrate human experiences within a philosophical paradigm. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 PHIL Amenu-El, Rhonda 08/30/2021 12:45 12/19/2021 14:05 Catonsville T On-Site
Introduction to Psychology Details 93928 PSYC101 3 0 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 02:20 PM - 03:40 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 107
Surveys the science of psychology and application of critical thinking skills. Topics addressed include research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, memory, motivation and emotion, language, lifespan development, intelligence, stress and health, social behavior, personality, abnormal behavior and its treatment. Applications of psychology in a culturally diverse world are also discussed. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 PSYC Carroll, Jessica 08/30/2021 14:20 12/19/2021 15:40 Essex TR On-Site
Introduction to Psychology Details 90483 PSYC101 3 11 Campus: Catonsville

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Days: T, R    Location: C.CLLB 120
Surveys the science of psychology and application of critical thinking skills. Topics addressed include research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, memory, motivation and emotion, language, lifespan development, intelligence, stress and health, social behavior, personality, abnormal behavior and its treatment. Applications of psychology in a culturally diverse world are also discussed. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 PSYC Lewis, Josephine 08/30/2021 09:35 12/19/2021 10:55 Catonsville TR On-Site
Introduction to Sociology Details 94048 SOCL101 3 0 Campus: Dundalk

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Examines how social conditions and cultural values affect peoples' life chances, problems and predicaments; covers basic concepts such as culture, socialization, social inequality, social power, deviance, social control and institutions. NOTE: Course offered once a year (fall or spring). 202191 SOCL Washington, Adrianne 08/30/2021 17:45 12/19/2021 20:40 Dundalk WO Remote Online - Scheduled Time
Introduction to Statistical Methods Details 93260 MATH153 4 0 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:15 AM - 12:35 PM
Days: M, F    Location: E.ADMN 200

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:15 AM - 12:05 PM
Days: W    Location: E.ADMN 200
Examines statistical methodology and use of critical judgment in analyzing data sets. Topics include descriptive statistics, introduction to probability, normal and binomial distributions, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, regression and correlation, chi-square distribution. A statistical computer package such as StatCrunch, Minitab, etc. is introduced as a computational tool and integrated throughout the course. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 MATH Tingling, Tejan 08/30/2021 11:15 12/19/2021 12:05 Essex MWF On-Site
Introduction to Women's Studies Details 91558 WMST101 3 1 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:15 AM - 12:10 PM
Days: M, W, F    Location: E.ADMN 107
Provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the status, achievements, and experiences of women in society; analyzes past and current theories of gender, power, and equity; critically examines women's experiences in societal institutions such as the arts, education, the labor force, law and politics, marriage and family life, and religion; takes a multi-cultural approach; presents contributions of minority American women and women around the world. Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 WMST Sabio-McLaughlin, Ingrid 08/30/2021 11:15 12/19/2021 12:10 Essex MWF On-Site
Literature by Women Details 93925 ENGL224 3 8 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:10 AM - 12:30 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 107
Examines a wide array of written texts produced by women around the world. Students learn how women writers in different historical, cultural, social, economic, and geographical contexts have used language and literature to communicate and question their experiences. Students are introduced to gender theory and feminist literary theory and criticism as methods to inform analysis of texts and contexts. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. Same As: WMST 224. Credit can be earned for one course only. 202191 ENGL Wilson, Amy 08/30/2021 11:10 12/19/2021 12:30 Essex TR On-Site
Literature by Women Details 93929 WMST224 3 10 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 11:10 AM - 12:30 PM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 107
Examines a wide array of written texts produced by women around the world. Students learn how women writers in different historical, cultural, social, economic, and geographical contexts have used language and literature to communicate and question their experiences. Students are introduced to gender theory and feminist literary theory and criticism as methods to inform analysis of texts and contexts. NOTE: Courses offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions Same As: ENGL 224. Credit can be earned for one course only. 202191 WMST Wilson, Amy 08/30/2021 11:10 12/19/2021 12:30 Essex TR On-Site
Racial and Cultural Minorities-GL Details 93264 SOCL141 3 9 Campus: Dundalk

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Days: T, R    Location: D.COMM 218
Examines race and ethnic relations in America from a historical and sociological perspective; focuses on the response of the dominant society to minority groups; examines current controversial issues that affect racial and ethnic minorities. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction.NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 SOCL Washington, Adrianne 08/30/2021 09:35 12/19/2021 10:55 Dundalk TR On-Site
Technology and Information Systems Details 91468 CSIT101 3 3 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:05 AM - 10:00 AM
Days: M, W    Location: E.HTEC 209

Online
Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Explores emerging applied software applications and technologies for PC and mobile devices as tools to generate, present, collaborate and share information for education, employment and personal enrichment. Students apply information literacy skills to research and present course materials in a variety of digital formats. NOTE: Course offered fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 CSIT Brown, Alexis 08/30/2021 12/19/2021 Essex MWO Blended- Online w Some On-Site
Workshop in Creative Writing Details 90856 ENGL209 3 6 Campus: Essex

Dates: 8/30/2021 - 12/19/2021
Times: 09:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Days: T, R    Location: E.ADMN 213
Intended for students interested in writing poetry and/or short fiction; offers instruction and practice in the creation of imaginative structures; writing forms include poems, short stories, and brief dramas. Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions. 202191 ENGL Kizzier, Carr 08/30/2021 09:35 12/19/2021 10:55 Essex TR On-Site