Spring 2020 Online and Hybrid Courses, Middlesex Community College, Middletown, CT 06457

January 22, 2020 to May 16, 2020

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Starting on January 15th, upon registering, students may be able to view their online course sites in Blackboard with orientation, help information, and some course content. Per professor, course content may not be visible until the first day of a semester, January 15th. We encourage you go through step-by-step instruction and orientation prior to first day. The orientation ensures you to test your computer and learn the basics including course navigation, discussions (bulletin board), mail, assignments (assignment drop boxes), and online tests. However, unless instructed by your professor, please do not complete any course-related activities or print any documents before the first day of your class; all class information is considered in progress until the first day.

We will post course overview or a course syllabus for the current semester as soon as we receive the information from your professor. A majority of our online/hybrid courses run every semester or every other semester. If you would like to know more about an online/hybrid course before registration, you may go to the Online Classes page, choose a previous semester, and review the course syllabus. The course syllabi posted here are for your reference in making a decision on registering an online/hybrid course. The syllabi are subject to change and should NOT be used for completing the online/hybrid courses you have registered. You MUST log on to your online class in Blackboard for accessing course content and participating in your class activities. Contact MxCC bookstore for textbook information. There are special requirements for some online/hybrid courses. Please read the special requirements before registering an online/hybrid course.

For questions on the CONTENT of an online/hybrid class, contact the professor of the class.

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Online Courses listed below are offered fully online, there is no requirement for on-campus meetings, all assignments and exams are completed online.

ONLINE Courses

CRN

Subject

Credits

Professor

Prerequisite(s)/ Special Requirement(s)

Course Information

Principles of Financial Accounting

1039

ACC 113

3

Carol-Ann Myers

Required: Minimum placement in ENG 063, MATH 137 and completion of ENG 073, if required, or permission of instructor .

*Special Note

**Purchase Textbook at MxCC Book Store (see below).

 

Principles of Managerial Accounting

1042

ACC 117

3

Michael Rotondo

Required:  ACC*113 or ACC*115. (New course, Fall 2017)

*Special Note

**Purchase Textbook at MxCC Book Store (see below).

 

Intermediate Accounting II

1043

ACC 272

3

James Pages

Required: ACC*118.  

 

Introduction to Anthropology

1140

ANT 101

3

John T Ambenge

Required: Placement in ENG 101

 

Art Appreciation

1372
1373

ART 100

3

Janis Marie Mink -1372

Sheri Schwartz -1373

Required: Placement in ENG 101

 

 

Principles of the Human Body

1064

BIO 110

3

Rosemarie Anne Dorris

Required: Reading exempt and grade of "C" or better in Math 075 or placement into MAT 095 or higher

 

Intro to Nutrition

1065

BIO 111

3

Jennifer Jean Francis

Required: High School Biology, BIO*110 or permission of instructor

 

Small Business Management

1049

BES118

3

Benjamin R. Boutaugh

Required: Eligible for  either ENG*101E or ENG*101 

 

Principles of Finance - MAP -1/26 -3/1

1051

BFN201

3

Susan A. Lugli

Required:A grade of “C-” or better in all of the following courses: ACC*113 or ACC*115ECN*101ECN*102, and MAT*167 or MAT*168.  MAT*167 or 168 may be taken concurrently. (Updated Fall 2017)

 

Business Software Applications - MAP - 1/26 - 3/1

1045

BBG 115

3

Patricia K. Raymond

Required: Eligible for ENG 063 and ENG 073. Not open to students who have completed CSC 101.

 

Business Law I

1047

BBG 231

3

Required: Eligible for ENG*101

 

Co-Op Work Experience I

1048

BBG 295

3

Susan Lugli


Required: Completion of 24 college credits and permission of the instructor. 

 

Principles of Management

1054

BMG 202

3

Benjamin R. Boutaugh


Required: Placement in ENG 101 or permission of instructor

 

Managerial Communication - MAP - 3/2 -4/12

1056

BMG204

3

Patricia Raymond

ENG*101 or ENG*101E. (Updated Fall 2017)  (Fulfills an “L” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

Principles of Marketing - MAP 4/13 - 5/17

1060

BMK 201

3

Susan A Lugli


Required:
Placement in ENG 101 or permission of instructor

 

Internet Marketing

1061

BMK216

3

Susan Lugli

Required: Eligible for ENG*101.

 

Introduction to Mass Communication

1174

COM101

3

John Shafer

Eligible for  either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101

 

Social Media

1176

COM 120

3

Randi Alexandra Plake

Required: ENG 101.

 

New Media Production

1177

COM 125

3

John Shafer

Required: Eligible for ENG 101. Broadcast-Cinema majors should take this course concurrently with COM 142.

 

Public Speaking - MAP - 4/13 - 5/17

1190

1405

COM 173

3

Randi Alexandra Plake - 1190

Terry McNulty -1405

Required:Either ENG*101ALPENG*101E, or ENG*101 (Updated November 2014)  (Fulfills an “L” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

Journalism I

1452

COM 226

3

Adam Michael Chiara

Required: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101

 

Spreadsheet Applications -Late Start 2/18

1098

CSA 135

3

Gwen E. Whitham

Required: Eligible for either ENG*101Eor ENG*101. (Updated October 2014)

**Purchase Textbook at MxCC Book Store (see below)
*Special Note

   

Intro to Computers

1104

 

CSC 101

3

Landi Hou

Required: None
Recommended: Hands-on familiarity with computers.

**Purchase Textbook at MxCC Book Store (see below)
*Special Note

   

Programming Mobile Devices I

1109

CSC 262

3

Staff

Required:CSC*205 or CSC*220. (Updated October 2014)

   

Introduction to MIS

1113

CST 201

3

Ellen S. Kramer

Required: Eligible for either ENG*101E or ENG*101

 

Intro to Law Enforcement

1149

CJS 105

3

Marc J. Mikulski

RequiredCJS*101 (can be taken concurrently) and eligibility for ENG*101-ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101

 

Evidence + Criminal Procedure

1153

CJS 213

3

Lisa M. D'angelo


Required: 
CJS*101 with a “C-” or better,AND ENG*101-ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a “C-” or better.

 

Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice

1156

CJS 255

3

Dawn Michelle Bradanini

RequiredCJS*101 with a “C-” or better, AND ENG*101-ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a “C-” or better.  (Updated October 2015)  (Fulfills an “L” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

New Media Production

1204

DGA 125

3

John Shafer

Required: Eligible for ENG 063 and ENG 073.

 

Intro to ECE

1358

ECE 101

3

Norma E. Rosado-Javier

Required: Eligible for ENG 063 and ENG 073

 

Infant/Toddler Growth & Development

1361

ECE 141

3

Ijey V. Nwachuku

Required:ECE*101. (Updated November 2014)  (Fulfills a “D” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

Principles of Macroeconomics

1212

ECN 101

3

David Maslin

Required: MAT 095 and placement in ENG101 Recommended: Completion of ENG 101 and MATH 137

 

Principles of Microeconomics

1215

ECN 102

3

David Maslin

Required: MAT 095 and placement in ENG 101 Recommended: Completion of ENG 101 and MATH 137

 

Composition

1243

MAP-1244 1/26 - 3/1

1245-Late Start -2/18

 

ENG 101

3

Riana Susan Cornelius- 1243

Lynn M. Patarini - MAP -1244

Nancy D. Stover -Late Start 2/18

Required Reading Skills: Reading exempt based on Accuplacer English Comprehension scores, SAT scores, or a grade of C or better in ENG*073 or ESL*173.

Required Writing Skills: Writing placement based on Accuplacer Sentence Skills scores, SAT scores, or a C or better in ENG 063.

 

Literature & Composition

1264, 1265 - MAP - 3/2 - 4/12

1266 - Late Start -2/18

ENG 102

3

Riana Susan Cornelius- 1264

Eva Jones - 1265 - MAP

Lynn M. Patarini

Required: Grade “C” or better in ENG 101

 

Technical Writing

1268

ENG 202

3

Eva Jones

Required:Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 

 

Creative Writing

1271

ENG 281

3

Christine Ruggiero

Required: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101. (Updated Fall 2017)

 

British Literature II

1274

ENG 232

3

Adam Floridia

Required: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Updated Fall 2017) (Fulfills an “L” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

Elementary French I

1344

FRE 101

3

Angelo Glaviano

Required:  None

*Special Note

 

Elementary French II

1345

FRE 102

3

Angelo Glaviano

Required: FRE*101.

*Special Note

 

Pathophysiology

1115

HIM 203

3

Frank Stellabotte

Required:  HIM*102

 

Medical Coding I

1117

HIM 205

3

Elaine Ippolito

Required: HIM*205

 

Medical Coding II

1119

HIM 206

3

Jill Flanigan

Required: HIM*205

 

Pharmacology for HIM 3/2 - 4/12

1120

HIM 213

3

Frank Stellabotte

Required: Eligible for ENG*101 or ENG*101E

 

Healthcare Stats & Data Analysis

1122

HIM 230

3

Ann-Marie Barone

Required:MAT*168, HIM*201, HIM*113, HIM*157, HIM*205, and HIM*206 with a “C” or better in all prerequisite courses. (New course, approved December 2016)

 

Legal & Ethical Issues of HIM

1123

HIM 256

3

Elaine Ippolito

Required: ENG*101, HIM* 102, and MED*112.

 

Certification Exam Preparation - 4/13 - 5/17

1124

HIM 290

3

Jill Flanigan

Required: Permission of Program Coordinator.(New course, Fall 2017)

 

Western Civilization II

1283 - MAP -3/2 -4/12

1284

HIS 102

3

Heather Verdi -1283

Victor Triay -1284

None

 

World Civilization II

1286

HIS 122

3

Victor Triay

None

 

U.S. History I

1287

HIS 201

3

Heather J. Verdi

None

 

U.S. History II

1290

HIS 202

3

Victor Triay

None

 

Cross Sectional Anatomy II

1155

MRI 205

2

Jason Bohn

Required:  (CT Program): CAT*201/MRI*201, CAT*202CAT*203, and CAT*204): (MRI Program): CAT*201/MRI*201, MRI*202, MRI*203, MRI*204, and MRI*206. All courses with a grade of C or better.

 

MRI Pathology II

1157

MRI 207

1

Anna Maria Brancato

Required: CAT*201/MRI*201, MRI*202, MRI*203, MRI*204 and MRI*206 with a grade C or better.

 

MRI Procedure & Instrumentation II

1159

MRI 208

2

Anna Maria Brancato

Required:CAT*201/MRI*201, MRI*202, MRI*203, and MRI*204 with a grade C or better.

 

MRI Image Qual. Equip & Safety II

1160

MRI 209

3

Anna Maria Brancato

Required: CAT*201/MRI*201, MRI* 202, MRI* 203, and MRI* 204 with a grade C or better.

 

Pinciples of Mammography

1138

MAM 201

4

Required: Admission to the Mammography Program; Must be a registered Radiographer 

 

Medical Terminology

 

1135
1136

 

MED 125

3

Elaine Ippolito

Patrick Bryan

Required: Eligible for ENG 101

 

Music History & Appreciation I -MAP - 1/26 -3/1

1293

MUS 101

3

Joseph Riley Murfin

Required: ENG*101, ENG*101E, or ENG*101ALP. This is an “L” course.

 

Intro to Philosophy

1302

PHL 101

3

Jesse R. Patterson

Required: ENG*101, ENG*101E, or ENG*101ALP. This is an “L” course.

 

Ethics

1303

PHL 111

3

Jesse R. Patterson

Required: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101.  (Updated November 2014) (Fulfills an “L” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

International Relations - MAP - 4/13 - 5/17

1308

POL 103

3

Richard Patrick


Required:
None

 

American Government

1310

POL 111

3

Richard Patrick

Required: Placement in ENG 101

 

State & Local Government - MAP - 1/26 - 3/1

1311

POL 112

3

Lisa Moody

Required: None

 

Intro to Holistic Wellness

1315

PSY 103

3

Andrea G Levy

Required: None

 

General Psychology I

1320

1321 - MAP -1/26 - 3/1

PSY 111

3

Andrea G Levy - 1320

Yi Guan-Raczkowski -1321

Required: Eligible for ENG 101, reading exempt.

 

Life Span Development

1324

PSY 201

3

Sheila R. Dupuis

Required: PSY 111

 

Child & Adolescent Dev

1325

PSY 204

3

Ijego V. Nwachuku

Required: PSY 111

 

Abnormal Psychology

1329

PSY 245

3

Ronald J Brone

Required: ENG*101 and PSY*111 with a grade of “C” or better. This is an “L” course. This is a “D” course.

 

Behav Disorder of Children & Youth

1330

PSY 251

3

Christopher Arnold

Required: ENG*101 or 101E and PSY*111 with a grade of “C” or better. This is an “L” course. This is a “D” course.

 

Principles of Sociology

1333
1334- late start 2/18

1335 - MAP - 4/13 -5/17

SOC 101

3

Rebecca M. Loew - 1333 &1334

John Ambenge -1335

Required: Placement in ENG 101

 

Sociology of Aging

1338

SOC 114

3

Emrullah Kiydal

Required: ENG*101 or 101E.

 

Death & Dying

1341

SOC 225

3

Shela R. Dupuis

Required: Eligible for either ENG*101E or ENG*101. (Updated November 2014)

 

Elementary Spanish I

1347

SPA 101

3

Angelo Glaviano

Required: *Special Note

 

Elementary Spanish II

1348

SPA 102

3

Angelo Glaviano

Required:*Special Note

 

* Special requirements to complete the course.

** You MUST purchase the textbook at the MxCC bookstore to acquire access codes for class assignments.

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The OLCR courses listed below require on-campus meetings and online learning. Log on to your course and find out the specific on-campus requirements.

OLCR Courses

CRN

Subject

Credits

Professor

Prerequisite(s)/ Special Requirement(s)

Course Information

Healthcare Supervision/ Quality Management

1121

HIM 220

3

Elaine Ippolito

Required: MAT*168 with a “C” or better, HIM*201 with a “C” or better, and HIM*113 with a “C” or better. 

 

Intermediate Algebra

1012 - MAP - 3/2 -4/12

1013

MAT 137

3

Joseph Riley Murfin - 1013

Sarah Leone

-1012

Required: Reading exempt and minimum placement in ENG*063 and “C” or better in MAT*095 (or Math 101) OR reading exempt and minimum placement in ENG*063 and placement in MAT*137 or higher.

**Purchase Textbook at MxCC Book Store (see below)

Students enrolled in online mathematics courses with the code OLCR will be required to come to campus to take the final exam. Students must be present with a picture ID. The instructor will provide the date(s) and time(s) for the campus requirement during the first week of classes. For the convenience of the student, there will be multiple sessions in which the student may come in to take the exam. The student must make arrangements to attend during one of these provided times. 

 

Functions Graphs & Matrices

1020

MAT 158

3

Kegan Samuel

Required: Eligible for ENG*101 or ENG*101 E and MAT*137 or MAT*137 E (or higher) with a grade of “C” or better OReligible for ENG*101 or ENG*101 E and math placement.  (New course, Fall 2017)

Either TI-83 calculator, TI-83 Plus calculator, or MS Excel.

**Purchase Textbooks at MxCC Book Store (see below)

Students enrolled in online mathematics courses with the code OLCR will be required to come to campus to take the final exam. Students must be present with a picture ID. The instructor will provide the date(s) and time(s) for the campus requirement during the first week of classes. For the convenience of the student, there will be multiple sessions in which the student may come in to take the exam. The student must make arrangements to attend during one of these provided times. 

 

Principles of Statistics -

1025 -MAP - 4/13 - 5/17

1026

MAT 167

3

Kegan Samuel

Required: Placement in ENG*101 and “C” or better in MAT*137
(Formerly MATH 121) or higher OR placement in ENG*101 and math placement.

Either TI-83 calculator, TI-83 Plus calculator, or MS Excel.

**Purchase Textbooks at MxCC Book Store (see below)

Students enrolled in online mathematics courses with the code OLCR will be required to come to campus to take the final exam. Students must be present with a picture ID. The instructor will provide the date(s) and time(s) for the campus requirement during the first week of classes. For the convenience of the student, there will be multiple sessions in which the student may come in to take the exam. The student must make arrangements to attend during one of these provided times. 

 

College Algebra w/ Technology

1030

MAT 173

4

Joseph Riley Murfin

Required: Placement in ENG*101 and “C” or better in MAT*137 (Formerly MATH 121) or higher OR placement in ENG*101 and math placement.

TI-84 calculator preferred (if you use a TI-83 or TI-83 Plus, you will have to do all graphs and tables by hand and scan or fax labs to the professor)

**Purchase Textbooks at MxCC Book Store (see below)

Students enrolled in online mathematics courses with the code OLCR will be required to come to campus to take the final exam.  Students must be present with a picture ID.  The instructor will provide the date(s) and time(s) for the campus requirement during the first week of classes.  For the convenience of the student, there will be multiple sessions in which the student may come in to take the exam.  The student must make arrangements to attend during one of these provided times.

 

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Hybrid courses listed below require on-campus meetings and online learning. Check the college Spring 2020 schedule for specific meeting dates and locations.

HYBRID Courses

CRN

Subject

Credits

Professor

Prerequisite(s)/ Special Requirement(s)

Course Information

General Biology I

1071

BIG 121

3

Patrick Bryan

On-campus meetings: Wednesday, 9:30 am - 12:15 pm. Wheaton 213B, The first on-campus meeting is on Wednesday January 22.
Required: Eligible for ENG*101 and eligible for MAT*137 or higher. (Updated October 2014)

 

Concepts of Chemistry

1083

CHE 111

3

Kimberly A. Thomas

On-campus meetings: Monday, 9:30 am - 12:15 pm. Wheaton 221, The first on-campus meeting is on Monday January 27.
Required: Eligible for ENG*101E or ENG*101, and eligible for MAT*137 or higher. 

 

Early Language & Literacy Development

1362

ECE 231

3

Normal E. Rosado-Javier

On-campus meetings: Wednesday, 6:35 pm - 9:05 pm. Snow 413, The first on-campus meeting is on Wednesday January 22.
Required: ECE 101

 

Composition - Embedded

1250

ENG101

3

Terry McNulty

On-campus meetings: Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm. Snow 506, The first on-campus meeting is on Tuesday January 28.
Required: ENG*073 or ESL*173 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement, or SAT/ACT scores; Writing Prerequisites: ENG*063 with a grade of “C” or better; or placement; or SAT/ACT scores; or ENG*096 with a grade of “C” or better.  (Updated Fall 2017) (Fulfills an “L” course requirement for students who enrolled in a degree program prior to the Fall 2016 semester.)

 

Intro to Theraputic Recreation Service -1/22 -3/14

1355

RLS 121

3

Brianna C. Benn-Mirandi


On-campus meetings: Saturday, 8:30 am - 11:40 am. Snow 506, The first on-campus meeting is on Saturday January 25.
Required: none

 

Processe& Techniques in Theraputic Recreation

1356

RLS 122

3

Staff


On-campus meetings: Tuesday, 6:35 pm - 9:05 pm. Snow 506, The first on-campus meeting is on Tuesday January 28.
Required: none

 

Forensic Science W/Lab

1094

SCI 285

3

Rebecca Rist Brown

On-campus meetings: Tuesday,9:30 am - 12:15 pm. Check the course syllabus on Blackboard for the first on-campus meeting.
Required: ENG*101-ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a grade of “C-” or better AND eligible for MAT*137 or MAT*137E.

 

Hybrid courses require that proof of Prerequisite(s) be presented at the time of registration. Transcripts that display the studentís name, official or unofficial, or Accuplacer placement test scores (for math and English) will be accepted. Please note that, in order to meet the course prerequisite (s), you must have achieved certain grades in the class(es) or certain scores on the Accuplacer test. Test score requirements vary from college to college and will dictate your placement in math and English. If you have not met the minimum criteria and/or cannot provide appropriate documentation, Middlesex Community College can not place you into the class.

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