2000–2001 MCC College Catalog by Manchester Community College

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Catalog 2000–2001 MCC College Catalog

the literature of the word the parts of the dictionary the time of the end food and beverage service and food and beverages production uses of the references in the library meaning and the parts of the card catalog parts of a parts catalog practical food and beverage cost control groups and training theory and practice introduction to engineering and technology the child who changed the world anatomy and physiology of the mechanism difference with class 5 and class p 15 and m p 15 analyzer san jose state university 2000 san jose state university catalog human anatomy and physiology anatomy and physiology course descriptions san jose state university university of rhode island e course keyboarding in the medical office child growth and development observation university of rhode island summer courses early childhood education course descriptions anatomy and physiology of the deafs food and beverage and production training english as a second language culinary institute of america history of the civil war service procedure of food and beverage history of food and beverages history of food and beverage industry history of food and beverage service operations english as a second language materials an introduction to physical science first day of classes principle of operation of dc generator principle of operation of dc motor advantages and disadvantages of environmental science fundamentals of tool design manufacturing engineering and technology theory and practice of leadership different parts of the human organ system sources of subject of arts systems analysis and design 5 both to 5 both motion and types of motion back to back long and long massachusetts state colleges university of pennsylvania catalog three kinds of catalog examples of parts of card catalog different kind of catalog different kinds of catalog

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table of contents academic calendar 3 mission and objectives 4 admissions 5-7 expenses and financial aid 8-10 academic policies 11-16 academic information 16-17 activities and services 18-20 continuing education 21 pre-program preparation 22 adults in transition 23 student affairs 23 programs of study listed in alphabetical order 24-98 accounting 26 accounting and business administration 28 administrative assistant legal 29 administrative assistant medical 30 administrative assistant office 31 biotechnology 32 business administration career 33 business office technology 34-36 clerk/typist medical insurance specialist medical transcription office skills update receptionist records management word processing communication 37 computer information systems 38-39 criminal justice 40-41 law enforcement culinary arts 42-43 professional bakers professional cooks desktop publishing 44 disabilities specialist 45 drug and alcohol rehabilitation

activities and services accident insurance 647-6154 enrolled students are carried automatically by group accident insurance while they are attending classes or participating in and while traveling directly to or from an activity sponsored by the college students may purchase a 24-hour accident and sickness insurance through this policy students who wish to inquire about health insurance should contact the health services office lowe building room l-101 alumni association 647-6137 the alumni association exists to promote and maintain an active interest in the college to support its educational purposes and to promote and maintain communications among alumni a board of directors made up of alumni oversee fundraising and spending for the association which is a 501c3 non-profit organization members do not have to be graduates to join the college and the alumni association publish alumni news this past year the alumni association distributed fifteen scholarships and over $12,000 to benefit

business administration career a.s degree program design learning outcomes the business administration career program prepares graduates for employment as management trainees and for entry level positions in banks insurance companies and governmental agencies it is a general business program requiring students to take courses in accounting business law economics management and corporation finance upon successful completion of all business administration career degree program requirements graduates will although many courses in this program may be transferred it is possible that they will transfer only as electives students planning to earn a bachelor’s degree should register in the accounting and business administration transfer program this program is of considerable benefit to employed students looking for professional development or students who hold degrees in unrelated areas and are looking for a career specialty or career change 1 prepare and interpret financial

early childhood education a.s degree program design learning outcomes the early childhood education program is designed to prepare qualified students to become teachers of young children upon successful completion of all early childhood education degree program requirements graduates will curriculum the early childhood program curriculum focuses on the developmental needs of young children from birth to five years of age and emphasizes a practical approach to supporting and enhancing growth and development course work in theory and methods is enhanced by participation in the field experience segment of the program 1 identify document and assess elements that determine quality in early childhood programs 2 design a learning environment and use teaching strategies that are based upon child development theory 3 plan implement and evaluate a developmentally appropriate curriculum that fosters children’s social emotional physical and cognitive development 4 examine program

liberal arts and science a.s degree chemistry suggested course sequence course of study plan learning outcomes the chemistry suggested course sequence prepares students for transfer into bachelor degree programs leading to vocations in fields such as industrial chemistry chemical and pharmaceutical sales and service dentistry and medicine upon successful completion of all chemistry suggested course sequence liberal arts and science a.s degree program requirements graduates will credits 4 3 5 4 16 chem 111 eng 111 math 190 phys 131 college chemistry i college reading and writing analytic geometry and calculus i university physics i chem 112 eng 112 hist 101 math 192 phys 132 college chemistry ii reading writing for academic research western civilization through the reformation analytic geometry and calculus ii university physics ii chem 211 eng 120 hist 102 phil 201 elective organic chemistry i introduction to literature western civilization since the reformation introduction to

multimedia studies a.s degree program design learning outcomes the purpose of the multimedia studies program is upon successful completion of all multimedia studies degree program requirements graduates will • to provide a multimedia transfer program in the area of digital design with an emphasis on the computer as a tool for the creation of animated and interactive presentation • to offer a degree program for those considering an entry level position in fields related to digital composition animation interactive programming digital illustration three-dimensional modelling digital video production • to provide greater technical knowledge of the creative visual arts as they apply to multimedia design and production the program is structured to equip students with a sound foundation in technical skills design concepts aesthetics terminology and vocabulary and to provide awareness of the application of creative and critical thinking in the use of technical knowledge a

surgical technology a.s degree program design the surgical technology associate degree program provides education and training in surgical technology a healthcare specialty whose practitioners are members of a surgical team trained to work primarily in the operating room in cooperation with surgeons and nurses surgical technologists prepare the or for use maintain a sterile environment hand instruments to the surgeon maintain records and assist with patient care the program begins each september and continues through 21 months including a required summer session surgical technology st classes and clinical rotations are scheduled only during the day pre-clinical and general education courses are campus-based summer session and clinical courses are scheduled at area hospitals including hartford hospital and manchester memorial hospital graduates are prepared eligible and encouraged to take an examination administered by the association of surgical technologists to achieve the status of

cj 144 community policing techniques this course will help to identify the social science theoretical and historical roots of community policing and will clarify the concept in both organizational and philosophical terms research relative to the successes and failures of community policing will be studied as well as various programs that fall under the community policing rubric o 1 credit cj 145 management and preservation of the crime scene this course will concentrate on collection of specific physical evidence at various crime scenes collection techniques will encompass crime scene photography note taking crime scene sketching evidentiary search methodology and chemical/powder latent fingerprint collection and preservation constitutional considerations relative to the collection of said physical evidence as well as testimonial evidence from witnesses victims and suspects is included o 1 credit cj 151 profiles of the violent offender this course introduces the student to the

growth and symmetry applications are considered throughout a scientific calculator with a fraction key is used class 3 hours per week prerequisite math 101 or math placement test [l,n fa,sp 3 credits math 108 elementary statistics an introduction to statistical theory and its applications the use of statistics as a decision-making tool will be discussed topics include data collection organization and summarization measures of central tendency and variation counting techniques introductory probability theory discrete and continuous probability models normal distribution theory sampling distributions confidence interval estimation and hypothesis testing in the one sample case a group project which will include the design of a survey collection analysis of data and presentation of the results is required a statistical calculator is required and will be used throughout class 3 hours per week prerequisite math 101 or math placement test or math 110 the department recommends a c or better

klepacki ronald j phone 647-6215 professor of mathematics and physics ms trinity college ma university of connecticut bs central connecticut state university klucznik kenneth b phone 647-6258 assistant professor of english phd indiana university ma indiana university ba bates college kriscenski nance phone 647-6108 coordinator of paralegal program professor of law jd rutgers university ba connecticut college kussow timothy a phone 647-6219 instructor of fine arts mfa university of wisconsin ma university of wisconsin ba university of wisconsin art education certification university of wisconsin labbadia gail phone 647-6069 assistant registrar bs springfield college as manchester community-technical college lachowitz joanne phone 647-6125 professor of computer information systems med university of hartford bs suny potsdam lemaire glenn s phone 647-6136 program manager culinary arts chair professor of hospitality management bs central connecticut state university as manchester community

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