1999–2000 MCC College Catalog by Manchester Community College

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Catalog 1999–2000 MCC College Catalog

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academic calendar 1999-2000 fall semester 1999 friday monday monday/tuesday august 27 august 30 august 30 31 fall semester begins new student orientation/convocation professional days wednesday monday september 1 september 6 classes begin labor day no classes classes will be held on saturday sept 4 friday october 29 last day to make up incompletes monday wednesday november 8 november 24 monday november 29 last day to drop classes without penalty thanksgiving recess begins no classes classes resume monday tuesday monday thursday thursday december 13 december 14 december 20 december 23 december 30 classes end final exams begin final exams end final grades due by noon fall semester ends spring semester 2000 friday monday january 14 january 17 tuesday tuesday-wednesday thursday january 18 january 18 19 january 20 monday monday march 20 march 27 spring recess begins classes resume last day to make up incompletes friday thursday-saturday april 7 april 20 21 22 last day to drop classes

the validation of the student s competency in the technical specialty course areas transfer from a connecticut community-technical college it is the policy of the board of trustees for the connecticut state university that graduates of the regional community-technical colleges in connecticut shall be accepted for admission to the state universities provided they have received either the associate in arts degree or the associate in science degree in transfer programs and further provided they are recommended for admission by the president of the regional community-technical college granting the degree community-technical college graduates who meet these conditions will be given credit for two years of college work and will be treated exactly like students who have completed the sophomore year at a state university and are advanced to junior standing transfer opportunity csu guaranteed admissions agreement transfer from a connecticut community-technical college it is the policy of the

administrative assistant medical— business office technology a.s degree program design curriculum the administrative assistant medical—business office technology associate degree provides students with the skills necessary to excel in the medical office environment students become proficient in keyboarding word processing medical terminology and medical transcription office communication skills integrated office systems and medical office procedures and recordkeeping sociology psychology and biology courses are also included in this program students may enroll in this program full or part-time employment opportunities medical administrative assistants are employed by doctors dentists veterinarians hospitals research laboratories medical departments of corporations and government agencies insurance companies and organizations administering health insurance programs demand and compensation are increasing personnel supervision records management and medical office and

foodservice management a.s degree program design curriculum this program provides an education and training in hospitality area subjects from food production to food protection marketing and management students will also take general education courses to improve employability job performance and transferability to another college or university students may enroll in this program full or part-time this program has an active student club that provides a variety of activities to supplement the formal curriculum note students taking hosp 101 and acct 101 must be eligible for math 101 students taking hosp 111 bio 104 and hosp 112 must be eligible for eng 111 the foodservice management program is accredited by the american culinary educational institute in addition to classroom and laboratory study students will participate in an individually planned 300hour cooperative work experience program students earn credit toward graduation while employed at a work site graduates have transferred

management information systems transfer option accounting and business administration a.s degree program design curriculum the management information systems program is offered as an option to our accounting and business administration transfer program for students who would like to continue their studies at another college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree this program requires four courses in computer information systems as well as liberal arts and science courses that students would normally take the first two years at a baccalaureate institution students planning to transfer should consult a counselor or faculty advisor about their choice of electives before selecting specific courses students may enroll in this program full or part-time students should have a sound foundation in mathematics problem solving and communication skills you should be familiar with the requirements of the institution to which you will transfer credits we encourage you to select your

paralegal a.s degree program design curriculum a paralegal or legal assistant is a person qualified through education training or work experience who is employed or retained by a lawyer law office governmental agency or other entity the paralegal works under the direction and supervision of an attorney performing specifically delegated substantive legal work the paralegal program offers both day and evening courses many students work full time while attending classes at night students should also note that not all courses are offered every semester and some courses are only offered in the evening part-time students should see a counselor for suggested course sequencing paralegals may be asked to conduct research and prepare memoranda to draft pleadings deeds or contracts to interview clients or witnesses to prepare answers to interrogatories or to digest depositions they may prepare inventories accounts and tax returns in connection with estates and trusts perform real estate title

courses course offerings are subject to change the courses in this section are grouped by subjects which are listed alphabetically within each subject group the courses are listed in numerical order the lowest first and the highest last courses with numbers 099 and below are non-credit courses courses with numbers in the 100-199 range are considered first-year courses courses numbered 200 or higher are considered second-year courses the semester in which a course is generally offered is indicated by the codes fa fall o occasional sp spring and su summer students and their advisors may use these designations in determining course selection for any particular semester electives are credit courses selected by the student to supplement the required courses in a program of study there are five kinds of electives and are indicated by the codes business b humanities h liberal arts and sciences l natural science n and social science s a complete list of the courses being offered is

engr 211 engineering statics students will be introduced to engineering mechanics via vector approach to static forces and their resolution topics include properties of force systems free-body analysis first and second moments of areas and mass and static friction applications to trusses frames beams and cables included class 3 hours per week prerequisite math 192 which may be taken concurrently fa 3 credits engr 212 engineering dynamics engineering applications of newtonian mechanics to dynamic forces translational motion work impulse and momentum will be taught topics included kinematics kinetics of particles and rigid bodies vibrations energy and momentum conservation class 3 hours per week prerequisites engr 211 and math 192 sp 3 credits engr 221 introduction to electric circuit analysis linear electric circuit analysis using ohm’s and kirchhoff’s laws includes loop and nodal analysis transients in electric circuits behavior of operational amplifiers and nonlinear

mlt 202 clinical microbiology study of disease-causing microorganisms and the techniques performed for their isolation and identification sp 4 credits mlt 211 chemistry theory and performance of chemical analyses on blood and other body fluids fa 4 credits mlt 212 chemistry the quantitative analysis of chemical components of blood serum plasma and other body fluids gravimetric titrimetric colorimetric spectophotometric and automated procedures sp 4 credits mlt 221 hematology theories and concepts of the formation physiology and pathology of blood fa 3 credits mlt 222 hematology practical aspects and techniques used in the study of blood including cell counts staining techniques differentiation of normal and abnormal cells special tests coagulation studies and automated procedures sp 3 credits mlt 231 immunology/serology basic concepts of the antigen-antibody reaction and the immune system the theory and performance of immunological techniques used in serodiagnostic testing fa 2

russell charles e phone 647-6277 technical laboratory assistant bs university of connecticut as waterbury state technical college ryan lois a phone 647-6249 professor of english ms central connecticut state university bs university of connecticut sandhu parminder phone 647-6322 assistant professor engineering industrial technology ms boston university bs guru nanak engineering college sazo yolanda phone 647-6074 assistant director of financial aid as manchester community-technical college schenk margaret f phone 647-6005 executive assistant to the president ba university of connecticut as manchester community-technical college sedigh cima f phone 533-5202 instructor of early childhood education ma university of hartford bs new york institute of technology serow sharon phone 647-6312 assistant professor of law jd university of connecticut school of law ba university of wisconsin shorey wayne k phone 647-6224 professor of biology ms university of maine orono bs bates college simmons

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