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December 26, 2018 – January 16, 2019

Do you want to get ahead in your program of study?
Are you ready to take an online class?
Winter session is a wonderful opportunity to complete a three-credit course at Middlesex Community College. Discuss this great learning opportunity with your advisor before registering!
Use your winter break to:

  • Accelerate your studies
  • Catch up on credits
  • Pick up a requirement or fulfill a prerequisite
  • Save money while you are home

Benefits of a Winter session class:

  • Single course focus
  • Intensive format
  • Same academic excellence as fall/spring semesters

The deadline to apply for Winter Session courses is Thursday, December 21.

New, readmit, and non-degree seeking students should fill out an application and follow the instructions on it.

Financial Aid Alert: Only currently matriculated MxCC students may be eligible for Pell Grants for the winter session. Federal financial aid eligibility is based upon the combined winter and spring registration.  There is no state financial aid available for the winter session. If you are considering taking winter session classes, please contact the Financial Aid Services Office for further information, and a easy to fill out Winter Session Financial Aid Application.

Tuition and Fees: Tuition and fees for winter courses are different than spring. Please see the enrollment guide for more information about the tuition and fees for winter.

Winter 2018-2019 Courses:

CRN

Course

Credits

Name

Instructor

Art

4005 ART*100 3 Art Appreciation-MAP Matthew Weber

Business, General

4022 BBG*231 3 Business Law I Benjamin R. Boutaugh

Business, Management

4023 BMG*202 3 Principles of Management Patricia K. Raymond

Business, Marketing

4024 BMK*201 3 Principles of Marketing Staff

Computers – Computer Science

4025 CSC*101 3 Intro to Computers-MAP Landi Hou

Early Childhood Education

4021 ECE*176 3 Health Safety & Nutrition Ijego V. Nwachuku
4006 ECE*275 3 Child Family & School Rel Norma E. Rosado-Javier

Economics

4007 ECN*101 3 Princ of Macroeconomics-MAP David Maslin
4008 ECN*102 3 Princ of Microeconomics-MAP Ibrahim M Abou-Saad

English

4009 ENG*102 3 Literature & Composition Adam R. Floridia
4010 ENG*222 3 American Literature II Terence McNulty

Health Info Mgmt Technology

4026 HIM*213 1 Pharmacology for HIM Frank Stellabotte
4027 HIM*290 1 Certification Exam Preparation Jill Flanigan

History

4011 HIS*102 3 Western Civilization II-MAP Victor Triay
4012 HIS*202 3 U.S. History II Victor Triay

Political Science

4013 POL*120 3 Introduction to Law Benjamin R. Boutaugh

Psychology

4014 PSY*111 3 General Psychology I Yi Guan-Raczkowski

Science

4028 SCI*103 3 Recent Discoveries in Sci I Frank Stellabotte

Sociology

4015 SOC*101 3 Principles of Sociology Rebecca M. Loew
4016 SOC*103 3 Social Problems Rebecca M. Loew

Spanish

4017 SPA*101 3 Elementary Spanish I Angelo Glaviano
4018 SPA*102 3 Elementary Spanish II Angelo Glaviano
4019 SPA*201 3 Intermediate Spanish I Angelo Glaviano
4020 SPA*202 3 Intermediate Spanish II Angelo Glaviano