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JANUARY 2008 GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DECEMBER 2010 2011 2012 CATALOG MAY 2011

Table of ConTenTs WelCome aCademiC Calendar inTroduCTion insTiTuTional PoliCies aPPliCaTion and admission ProCedures regisTraTion finanCial aid sCholarshiPs aCademiC PoliCies and ProCedures ConTinuing eduCaTion WorkfoCe develoPmenT learning suPPorT serviCes sTudenT suPPorT serviCes general eduCaTion requiremenTs degree CerTifiCaTe Programs Course desCriPTions direCTory Personnel index direCTions 2 3 4 6 22 25 31 35 36 45 47 51 58 62 190 258 261 282 288 The college reserves the right to modify

When you learn, teach. When you get, give. A Message from the President I am pleased to welcome you to Gateway Community College. We take pride in providing equal access to a highquality education, stateoftheart equipment and laboratories, and a caring faculty and staff who provide the educational support you will need to achieve your learning goals and maximize your human potential. This catalog will acquaint you with the wide array of degree and certificate programs available to you at Gatew

aCademiC Calendar 2011 2012 fall 2011 August 25 August 26 August 29 September 5 September 6 October 10 October 21 November 4 November 11 November 23 November 24 November 26 December 12 December 13 19 December 22 December 28 Last Day of Extended Registration before Classes Begin College Day First Day of Regular Semester Classes Begin Labor Day COLLEGE CLOSED Last Day to Add Classes Until 400 pm Columbus Day COLLEGE CLOSED MidTerm Deficiency Reports Due from Faculty Last Day to Make Up Incomple

INTRODUCTION ABOUT THIS CATALOG This catalog contains both academic and general information and Gateway Community Colleges policies at the time of publication. Each student is responsible for becoming thoroughly familiar with the catalog and the rules, regulations, and program requirements it contains. A student has the right to be graduated by the College under the conditions and requirements contained in the catalog in use at the time of initial registration. A student may elect to graduate un

ACCREDITATION Gateway Community College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc. NEASC through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Accreditation of an institution of higher education by NEASC indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality periodically applied through a peer group review process. An accredited college or university is one that has available the necessary resources to achieve its stated purpo

INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Gateway Community College is an academic unit of the Connecticut Community College System. The College administration executes the academic policies and procedures promulgated by its governing board that relate to equal employment for those individuals from protected class groups found to be underutilized in the Colleges work force. The President of the College is the agent of the Board of Trustees charged with the responsibility to execute the Boards po

CHILDREN ON CAMPUS The college does not permit children unattended at any college location or in a vehicle parked in the parking lot. Students with children are expected to arrange suitable childcare services elsewhere while attending classes at GCC. Use of any college location, including but not limited to the Student Lounge, Fitness Center, or playground, is prohibited. DRUGS AND ALCOHOL The Board of Trustees of CommunityTechnical Colleges endorses the statement of the network of colleges and

B. C. D. E. F. G. Establishing a drugfree awareness program to inform employees about 1. the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace 2. the colleges policy of maintaining a drugfree workplace 3. any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs, and 4. the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations occurring in the workplace Making it a requirement that each new employee be given a copy of the statement noted above Notifying the employ

TRAFFIC AND PARKING The following traffic and parking regulations apply to both the Long Wharf and North Haven Campuses 1. Parking of student vehicles shall be in designated areas only and is at the students own risk. There is no student parking in the area designated for faculty. Areas zoned by yellow stripes are designated as NO PARKING areas. The driveways in front of the building are designated as FIRE LANES no parking or standing is allowed in these areas at any time, except to drop off pas

Therefore, the community colleges recognize that they have an obligation not only to punish proscribed actions, but also to provide programs which promote pluralism and diversity and encourage the college community to respect and appreciate the value and dignity of every person and his or her right to an atmosphere not only free of harassment, hostility, and violence but supportive of individual academic, personal, social, and professional growth. Acts of racism or harassment directed against in

STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION Gateway Community College will not discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, marital status, mental retardation, sexual orientation, learning disability, or physical disability, including, but not limited to, blindness, or prior conviction of a crime, unless the provisions of sections 46a60b, 46a80b, or 46a81b of the Connecticut general statutes ar

Section 3 Expectations for Student Conduct Consistent with the Student Conduct Philosophy set forth in Section 1 of this Policy, students are expected to 1. 2. Demonstrate respect for the College community by acting in accordance with published Board policies and College rules and regulations Demonstrate academic integrity by not engaging in conduct that has as its intent or effect the false representation of a students academic performance, including but not limited to a. b. c. d. e. f. g. chea

Section 4 Sanctions The prior conduct record of a student shall be considered in determining the appropriate sanction for a student who has been found to have violated any part of Section 3 of this Policy. Sanctions shall be progressive in nature that is, more serious sanctions may be imposed if warranted by the prior conduct record of the student. A sanction may be any action affecting the status of an individual as a student taken by the College in response to a violation of this Policy, inclu

4. If, upon the conclusion of the Deans investigation, the Dean determines that there is reason to believe the student has committed a violation of any part of Section 3 of this Policy and, after considering both the possible violation and the prior conduct record of the student, that a sanction of less than suspension or expulsion is appropriate, the Dean shall schedule an administrative conference with the student. The student shall be given reasonable notice of the time and place of the conf

a. b. c. a violation of the procedures set forth herein significantly prejudiced the student andor the information presented to the impartial party or panel was not substantial enough to justify the decision andor, the sanctions imposed was were disproportionate to the seriousness of the violation. 11. Decisions under this procedure shall be made only by the college officials indicated. Section 6 Additional Hearing Procedures for Sexual Misconduct Cases In any hearing conducted pursuant to Sec

Definition of Consent Consent must be informed, freely and actively given, involving an understandable exchange of affirmative words or actions, which indicates a willingness to participate in mutually agreed upon sexual activity. It is the responsibility of the initiator to obtain clear and affirmative responses at each stage of sexual involvement. The lack of a negative response is not consent. Consent may not be given by a minor or by any individual who is incapacitated, whether voluntarily o

NOTIFICATION OF RIGHTS UNDER THE FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. These rights include 1. The right to inspect and review the students education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a request for access. Students should submit to the registrar, dean, head of the academic department, or other appropriate official, written requests that ident

5. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Colleges to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, DC 202024605 Directory Information The Board of Trustees has designated the following as directory information student names and addresses, dates of attendance, full vs. parttime student st

c. In the case of a grievance against a dean, the grievance shall be filed with the president. The president may accept or reject the recommendation, or direct such further investigation as he or she deems appropriate. The president shall notify the student of the final disposition of the grievance within fifteen days of receiving the recommendation, except for good cause or as provided in 4 below. 4. Advisory Committee The president may establish an advisory committee of students and staff wh

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES POLICY The Connecticut Community College CCC System provides information technology resources IT resources to faculty, staff and students for academic and administrative use. IT resources may also be available to members of the college community through college libraries and websites. This policy applies to all users of IT resources. IT resources include, but are not limited to, computers and peripheral hardware, software, networks, databases, electronic communic

5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. Communication and exchange of information for professional and academic development Applying for administrative grants or contracts for research andor instruction Collaboration with peers at other community colleges in support of workrelated activities Supporting appropriate institutional communication to the college community Use of any computer resources for commercial or for profit purposes Deliberately damaging or physically misusing equipment Possession of food or d

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION PROCEDURES Admissions Office, Long Wharf Campus 203 2852010 Gateway Community College is dedicated to providing educational opportunities through an opendoor admission policy to graduates of an approved secondary school or those who hold a State Equivalency Diploma GED. Admission is offered on a firstcome, firstserved basis by program within budgetary limitations, with the exception of Nursing, Radiologic Technologies, Drug and Alcohol Recovery Counselor, and Toyota and

ADVANCED PLACEMENT Gateway Community College accepts for advanced placement high school students who demonstrate sufficient scholastic ability and who are approved by the high school principal or hisher designated representative, with the understanding that no additional general fund class sections will be created to accommodate them except as approved by the board. ENROLLMENT STATUS Degree students are those who have satisfied admission requirements and are enrolled in a planned program of stu

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS The credentials of an applicant for admission from another country are evaluated in accordance with general admissions requirements. A completed application, official leaving certificates, and detailed transcripts, in English, of the students academic record should be sent to the Admissions Office. Applicants who wish to begin undergraduate study must submit all credentials by May 15 for the fall semester and by October 15 for the spring semester. This will allow time for

REGISTRATION Long Wharf Campus 203 2852020 North Haven Campus 203 2852304 Fall and spring registration dates are established each semester for new and returning students. While every effort will be made to meet the educational needs of each student, registration is conducted on a seatavailable basis. Courses listed in the catalog will not necessarily be offered every semester. The College reserves the right to cancel course offerings for budgetary reasons or because of lack of enrollment. Every

TUITION AND FEES Tuition and fees are established by the Board of Trustees of CommunityTechnical Colleges and are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the printed college schedule when available for the 20102011 Tuition and Fee rates. TuiTion Fulltime Student 12 semester hours or more per semester Connecticut Resident Nonresident New England Regional Student Program Parttime Student Per Semester hour through 11 hours Connecticut Resident Nonresident New England Regional Student Pro

summer Resident 1 Credit 2 Credits 3 Credits 4 Credits 5 11 Credits 2011 2012 139.00 278.00 417.00 556.00 139.00 ea. addl credit exTension Program Resident 1 Credit 2 Credits 3 Credits 4 Credits 5 11 Credits 139.00 278.00 417.00 556.00 139.00 ea. addl credit 15.00 50.00 15.00 25.00 20.00 5.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 1.00 78.00 84.00 267.00 100.00 sPeCial fees Academic Evaluation Credit by Exam per test Portfolio Assessment CLEP Service Fee Subject to change per CLEP Fee Schedule Returned Check

PAYMENT POLICIES Long Wharf Cashier Window Hours 203 2852009 830 a.m. to 400 p.m. Weekdays 830 to 700 p.m. during scheduled late night registrations The college accepts checks, VISA and MasterCard, cash Long Wharf Campus only. Payments are accepted online at httpmy.commnet.edu. Drop boxes for noncash payments are also available adjacent to the Cashiers Office on either campus. When to Pay Payment is due at registration. Failure to pay may subject your registration to cancellation. Classes are ro

TUITION AND FEE WAIVERS Senior Citizen Waiver On a space available basis, individuals 62 years of age and older who register during the special registration session held at the end of the regular registration period are eligible for a waiver of tuition, general, and application fees. Senior Citizens are required to pay all Lab and Studio fees at registration. Senior Citizen waivers are not granted for classes offered through our Corporate and Continuing Education Division or for special fees. Ve

Tuition and Fee Refunding Rules and Installment Plan Adjustment College Service, Student Activity, Installment Plan, Application, and other fees not listed below are nonrefundable. Clinical Fees Are nonrefundable unless a student completely withdraws or is not enrolled in any credit course at the end of the official adddrop period. Allied Health and Personal Liability Insurance Fees A curriculum change must be filed prior to the start of the term to be eligible for a refund of Allied HealthNursi

FINANCIAL AID Long Wharf Campus 203 2852030 Gateway Community College is committed to providing access to higher education by minimizing economic barriers. The College provides several options for financial aid, including state and federal grants, scholarships, student loans, and the federal workstudy program. Awards may come from one or any combination of the four preceding sources as determined by federal and local eligibility guidelines. Financial need, academic performance, and resources ava

William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program These fixedrate loans, guaranteed by the federal government, are available to students who apply for financial aid using the FAFSA. The application process must be initiated through the Financial Aid Office. Payment on the principal is not required until 6 months after the student leaves school, as long as the student remains enrolled at least halftime. There are two types Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan Subsidized Stafford Loans are needbased loans.

ORDER OF RETURN OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM FUNDS Subsidized Stafford Loans are needbased loans. The government will pay the interest on the loan to the lender while the student is enrolled at least halftime and during other authorized periods called deferments. The interest rate on this type of loan is currently fixed at 4.5 Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are available to students who do not qualify for needbase loans, or who qualify for less than the annual maximum of Subsidized Stafford Loa

Financial Aid Probation Any student who fails to meet the minimum satisfactory academic progress standard at the end of the Warning period will become ineligible from the financial aid programs at the college. Ineligible students have the opportunity to file an appeal regarding their termination from the financial aid programs. Students that have failed the academic progress standard and have been approved with a successful appeal will be considered on Financial Aid Probation. Appeal Process A s

Foundation Scholarships Scholarships are available through the Gateway Community College Foundation, Inc., which was formed to assist the College in expanding its services to students and enhancing academic instruction. The Foundation also helps the College to invest in Connecticuts future by providing resources and through advocacy. The Foundation awards or administers various scholarships in compliance with the policies of its board of directors or at the request of the benefactor. Scholarship

ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES SEMESTER HONORS There shall be a Deans List of students, both full and parttime, who earn a semester grade point average of 3.4 or higher. Parttime students who pursue three 3 credits or more in a semester shall be eligible for semester honors. A course Withdrawal or Incomplete shall make the student ineligible for Deans List recognition that semester. GRADUATION HONORS Student with exemplary academic performance shall be recognized at graduation with the follow

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY At Gateway Community College we expect the highest standards of academic honesty. Academic dishonesty is prohibited in accordance with the Board of Trustees Proscribed Conduct Policy in Section 5.2.1 of the Board of Trustees Policy Manual. This policy prohibits cheating on examinations, unauthorized collaboration on assignments, unauthorized access to examinations or course materials, plagiarism, zero tolerance for threatening, intimidating, and violent behavior, and other pro

To determine the number of quality points earned in a course, a students numerical grade is multiplied by the number of credits associated with the course semester hours. The total of all quality points earned by a student is then divided by the total number of credits attempted. The result is the students GPA. Temporary Grade I Incomplete 1. An Incomplete is a temporary grade assigned by the faculty member when coursework is missing and the student agrees to complete the requirements. Although

N No Grade The N grade is used only when a student has failed to complete any of the course objectives so that it is impossible to evaluate the student on the basis of performance. The N grade is not used in place of an earned failing grade. P Pass An administrative transcript notation for successful completion of courses taken on a passfail basis. Students failing will receive a grade of F. With the permission of the instructor, a student may take an elective course on a PassFail basis. Any s

WITHDRAWAL FROM THE COLLEGE A student who wishes to withdraw from the College may do so at any time during the semester by contacting the Records office or the Counseling Office and completing the withdrawal process. A grade of W will be given for each course not completed at the time of withdrawal. A student must complete a readmit application if heshe desires to return to the College after a twoyear time period. REPEATING A COURSE No course may be repeated more than twice. If a course is repe

In many ways, taking an online course is similar to a traditional facetoface course. You will still have an instructor and fellow students in your virtual classroom. All of the elements of a traditional course the syllabus, the course materials, textbooks, lectures, discussions, tests, and grades will be part of your online course. You can expect to spend the same amount of time that you would spend in a traditional onground course plus the hours that you would have spent in the classroom. For e

Other Methods of Assessing Prior Learning College Level Examination Program CLEP The College will award credit for a CLEP exam if the student achieved a sufficient score, as determined by the Admissions Office. Information about the exams and registration procedures is on the College Board website, www. collegeboard.comclep. A transcript of each exam should be sent to the Admissions Office for review. Assessment by Examination Qualified faculty may develop and administer individual tests to dete

4. To graduate, a student must 1 have a cumulative quality point average of at least 2.0 2 have the minimum semester hours of credit and 3 successfully completed the required and elective courses as designated by the curriculum, and 4 fulfilled all financial obligations to the College. AWARDING OF MULTIPLE ASSOCIATE DEGREES 1. A student who already holds an academic degree may earn a second degree in a different curriculum at a community college. Such a student shall be treated similarly to a

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY GUARANTEED ADMISSION Under the policies of their respective boards, Associate in Arts, Associate in Applied Science, or Associate in Science graduates of Gateway Community College are eligible for admission to a Connecticut State University CSU and the University of Connecticut. Students who plan to transfer should confer as soon as possible with their counselor or academic advisor regarding any specific requirements in their chosen academic area. Please contact the

CONTINUING EDUCATION WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT The Continuing Education Department is comprised of four separate and distinct areas Business and Industry Services, Continuing Education Community Services, Workforce Development Institute and Step Forward. BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SERVICES North Haven Campus Room 100 Director 203 2852310 Business and Industry Services puts the resources, facilities, expertise, and stateoftheart technology of Gateway Community College at the service of area businesses

CONTINUING EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES Long Wharf Campus Room 223 Telephone 203 2852082 The office of Continuing Education provides affordable learning opportunities in a continuing process of education for individuals, business employees, members of community organizations, and others. Some noncredit offerings are designed as recreational and leisure activities. Other offerings provide such specific employment skills as computer literacy, Emergency Medical Technician EMT, and Phlebotomy t

LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES ACADEMIC ADVISING The mission of academic advising at Gateway Community College is to assist students in making academic decisions and developing educational plans, taking into account their strengths and their personal goals. Academic advising is an ongoing process of clarification and evaluation aimed at helping students utilize the Colleges resources to succeed in reaching their goals. While new students may choose any faculty or professional staff member as an advis

COMPUTING RESOURCES Computerequipped classrooms and laboratories for computer science, Business Office Technology, Engineering and other related courses are located conveniently on both campuses. A wide variety of popular software is available for use at these facilities. Personal computers on both campuses are linked through our campus network and provide access to internet, printing and other core functions. The North Haven Campus has four general use computer classrooms. Available programming

LIBRARIES Long Wharf Campus North Haven Campus 203 2852057 203 2852340 Gateway Community College maintains full service libraries on the Long Wharf and North Haven campuses. The libraries provide a variety of print and electronic resources that support and supplement the curriculum of the college. Wireless Internet access is available at both locations. The Social Science, Humanities, Business and Education strengths of the Long Wharf collection and the Technical, Allied Health and Nursing stre

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE CENTER North Haven Campus Room 004 The MathematicsScience Center provides students with tutorial and technological assistance in math and science. A staff of master tutors offers this academic assistance on a walkin basis and works with instructors to help students with more complex projects. The center also helps students to improve their use of technology, including graphing calculators and computer software in mathematics and science. Call Miguel A. Garcia, Miguel Gar

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES ATM Machines ATM machines are located in both the Long Wharf and North Haven Cafeterias. CAFETERIA During regular college session, the cafeteria on the Long Wharf Campus is open Monday through Thursday from 745 a.m. to 800 p.m. and on Fridays from 800 a.m. to 100 p.m., The North Haven Campus cafeteria hours are Monday through Thursday 745 a.m. to 115 p.m. and on Fridays from 745 a.m. to 100 p.m. Special hours are posted when classes are not in session. Hot and cold sand

CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Long Wharf Campus North Haven Campus 203 2852217 203 2852348 The Center for Educational Services CES provides academic support services for students. The CES provides tutorial assistance and related services to help students become better skilled in selected areas. Computer assisted tutorials are especially useful for review and practice of basic skills, mathematics, English and the sciences. All students are welcome in the center and are encouraged to use any of

Athletics Gateway Community College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XXI and abides by its rules of eligibility and code of ethics. Intercollegiate team sports include mens and womens basketball. The North Haven Campus facilities also include a fitness center used for recreational programs. For information on athletic programs, contact the Director of Athletics located in the Office of College Life at 2032852208. For updated Fitness Center hours, 203 2852329

COUNSELING Long Wharf Campus North Haven Campus 203 2852090 203 2852318 Professional Counselors are available to help students obtain the most from their college experience. GCC offers students comprehensive counseling services including personal counseling, vocational guidance, and academic counseling. Counselors are available most hours the College is in session, either on a walkin basis or by appointment. The counseling staff provides individual academic and career advising, assistance with

For additional information please visit www.ct.edudual Central Connecticut St University www.ccsu.edu Eastern Connecticut St University www.easternct.edu Southern Connecticut St University www.southernct.edu Western Connecticut State University www.wcsu.edu Applications are available in the Admissions Office and Counseling Office at the Long Wharf campus. University of New Haven Dual Admissions Agreement Under the Dual Admissions Agreement, GCC students with an associate degree will b

SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE The College operates a shuttle bus between the North Haven and Long Wharf campuses when classes are in session. The bus runs Monday through Friday between 700 a.m. and 1030 p.m. It leaves the Long Wharf Campus on the hour 700, 800, 900, etc. and North Haven on the halfhour 730, 830, 930, etc. The college shuttle bus in equipped to transport persons with disabilities. STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES Long Wharf Campus Room 152 North Haven Campus Room 120 Telephone LW 203 285223

VETERANS BENEFITS Long Wharf Campus Room 107 Telephone 203 2852144 Veterans Administration Benefits Veterans, members of the Reserves and dependents of veterans who believe that they are eligible for educational benefits from the Veterans Administration may obtain an application for benefits from the Director of Career Services, who is the Veterans Certifying Official for the college. Students who are receiving VA benefits must notify the Certifying Official of their course schedule each semes

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Effective Spring 2007, new general education requirements are outlined below according to Section 10a3415, Curriculum and Instruction. The general education requirement is designed to assure that each student develops the ability and knowledge to become an active and capable participant in a changing world, learns to appreciate the cultural and social differences of various groups of citizens, and develops independent judgment. The desired student learning outcomes

Humanities English Literature After successful completion of Literature courses, students should be able to demonstrate an awareness of relationships between literature and society and understand social and multicultural perspectives in literature. Students should be able to form and express logical opinions about literature in both discussion and writing. Humanities After successful completion of a Humanities elective, students should have critically examined the development of values the roles

Appreciation of Other Cultures Students will recognize how environment and culture shape ones opinions and judgments and describe and evaluate individual, group and institutional influences on human experience. ELECTIVES These are courses selected by the student according to program requirements. When selecting electives, especially for transferability to another institution, students should consult their academic advisor. Business Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Economics, Business Offi

ACADEMIC DEFINITIONS The following definitions are helpful to know when selecting your program and courses Credit Hours cr. College work is measured in units called credit hours. A credithour value is assigned to each course and is normally equal to the number of hours the course meets each week. Credit hours may also be referred to as semester hours S.H.. Lecture Hours lec. The number of clock hours in the fall or spring semester the student spends each week in the classroom. This time frame

DEGREE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS AA Associate in Arts AAS Associate in Applied Science AS Associate in Science C Certificate TiTle ALLIED HEALTH Health Career Pathways PreDental Hygiene Transfer Compact Exercise Science and Wellness Fitness Specialist Nutrition Dietetic Technology Radiologic Technology Programs Diagnostic Medical Sonography Nuclear Medicine Technology Nuclear Medicine Technology Radiation Therapy Radiography TyPe of Program C AS AS C AS AS AS C AS AS AS AS C C C AAS C C AS AS

BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY BOT Business Office Technology BOT Administrative Assistant Option BOT Administrative Assistant BOT Office Applications Skills Update BOT Administrative Assistant Foreign Language Option BOT Customer Service Technology BOT Legal Administrative Assistant Option BOT Medical Administrative Assistant Option BOT Medical Administrative Assistant BOT Word Processing Option BOT Information Processing Technician BOT Word Processing CONNECTICUT COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY Engineering

ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES Entrepreneurial Studies Entrepreneurial Studies GENERAL STUDIES General Studies HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Food Service Management Culinary Arts Professional Baker HotelMotel Management Meetings, Conventions, and Special Events Management HUMAN SERVICES Human Services Career Human Services Continued Study Human Services Human Services Gerontology Option Gerontology Therapeutic Recreation Youth Worker LIBERAL ARTS SCIENCES Liberal Arts Sciences NURSING Nursing RETAIL MANAGEM

ALLIED HEALTH HEALTH CAREER PATHWAYS Certificate The Health Career Pathways Certificate program is designed to assist students in achieving success in health care programs. Students will be provided with the foundation necessary for health care professions. Credits from this program may be applied toward health care programs requirements within Connecticuts Community College system. However, completion of this program does not guarantee an automatic acceptance into any health care program. Stude

PREDENTAL HYGIENE TRANSFER COMPACT Associate in Science General Studies The Gateway Community College PreDental Hygiene Transfer Compact is designed to provide academic opportunities for students who are seeking an Associate of Science or a Bachelor of Science Degree in Dental Hygiene. Students may complete prerequisite and general education courses at Gateway Community College that will transfer to the University of New Havens Dental Hygiene Program. Gateway students who complete the Associate

Sophomore Year Fall Semester Course HLT 107 BIO 211 DNT 105 HIS 101 or HIS 102 Elective Title Methods of Learning in a Clinical Curriculum Anatomy Physiology I Introduction to Dental Hygiene I Western Civilization I Western Civilization II Social Science Total Semester Credit Hours Sophomore Year Spring Semester Course BIO 212 DNT 106 NTR 102 POL 102 PSY 111 Title Anatomy Physiology II Introduction to Dental Hygiene II Nutrition I Principles of Nutrition Introduction to Comparative Politic

EXERCISE SCIENCE AND WELLNESS Associate in Science PROGRAM MISSION To prepare students with the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary for competent practice in exercise and for employment in the health and fitness industry while providing a basis for professional advancement. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES Upon completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to Conduct individualized client consultations and fitness assessments to design appropriate exercise programs for various p

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course BIO 105 ENG 101 EXS 101 EXS 102 MAT 167 Title Introduction to Biology Composition Introduction to Exercise Science Wellness Seminar in Exercise Science Wellness Principles of Statistics Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Course BIO 211 COM 171 EXS 115 EXS 210 NTR 102 PSY 111 Title Anatomy Physiology I Fundamentals of Human Communications Fitness Management Exercise Science Wellness Internship I Nutrition I Gen

FITNESS SPECIALIST Certificate FITNESS SPECIALIST STUDIES MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Fitness Specialist Studies certificate program is to prepare graduates with entry level skills, and flexibility to compete successfully in a dynamic employment market wherever nutrition and fitness are emphasized. The Fitness Specialist certificate prepares students for immediate employment in the fitness industry in such settings as health clubs, gyms, YMCAs, and corporate wellness programs. Graduates

Sophomore Year Fall Semester Course EXS 225 EXS 235 Title Essentials of Strength Conditioning Exercise Physiology Total Semester Credit Hours Sophomore Year Spring Semester Course EXS 115 EXS 212 Title Fitness Management Exercise Science Wellness Internship II Total Semester Credit Hours Total Credit Hours Restricted electives Course ACC 113 BBG 210 BIO 113 BES 218 BMK 220 BMK 201 CHE 111 COM 171 CSC 101 CSC 110 EXS 101 EXS 102 EXS 227 HSE 151 PSY 111 PSY 109 Title Principles of Financia

NUTRITION Program Mission To prepare graduates with entrylevel skills, competence, and flexibility to compete successfully in a dynamic employment market wherever food, nutrition, and wellness are emphasized. Program Goals 1. The program will prepare graduates to be competent entrylevel dietetic technicians. 2. To provide a Dietetic Technology program that maintains a high level of student retention. 3. The program will offer quality instruction and comprehensive services to a diverse student po

Graduation Requirements In addition to the Colleges general requirements, this program requires a minimum grade of C in each and all science and programspecific courses. The student must also successfully complete all of the program competencies and must pass the National Restaurant Association Sanitation exam. The program coordinator reserves the right to recommend to the College the withdrawal of a student from the Dietetic Technology program whose health, clinical performance, attendance, or

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS The field of Radiologic Technology includes some of the most rapidly advancing careers in modern medicine. Recent changes in technology, the everincreasing use of highly sophisticated equipment, and the expansion of radiology departments throughout the nation have created a large demand for individuals educated in this field. Gateway Community College is helping to meet this demand by offering programs in four areas of radiologic technology. The Radiography and Rad

Graduation Requirements In addition to the Colleges general requirements, the program requires a minimum grade of C in each and all mathematics, science, prerequisite, and programspecific courses. The student must also successfully complete all of the programs published clinical competencies. Graduates are eligible to apply for admission to the certification examination in Radiologic Technology administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology Nuclear Medicine Technology Certificati

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY Associate in Science A description of admissions requirements are available from the Allied Health Division and online at www.gwcc. commnet.edu. The associate degree program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography DMS provides individuals with the academic and technical skills necessary to perform abdominal, obstetrical and gynecological, and vascular sonography procedures. Upon completion of the twoyear program plus one year of clinical education, students will be eligibl

Freshman Year Winter Intersession 40 hrs.week at affiliates Course DMS 113 Title Clinical Internship I Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Practicum at affiliates Tuesday and Thursday Course COM 171 CSC 101 DMS 102 DMS 103 DMS 112 Elective Title Fundamentals of Human Communication Introduction to Computers Sonographic Physics and Instrumentation I Sonographic Imaging and Lab Clinical Practicum II Fine Arts Total Semester Credit Hours Summer Session Clinical Internship

NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science The Associate in Science degree and certificate programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology prepare students for employment as nuclear medicine technologists in hospitals, medical offices, or ambulatory clinics. Upon completion of the program, the student may apply to take the certifying board examinations administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology Nuclear Medicine and the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board NMTCB. The

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year NOTE Required orientation sessions will be scheduled during the summer before entry into the program. Fall Semester Practicum at affiliates Tuesday and Thursday Course ENG 101 MAT 172 NMT 101 NMT 102 NMT 111 PHY 111 Title Composition College Algebra Introduction to Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Medicine Procedures I Clinical Practicum I Physics for the Life Sciences Total Semester Credit Hours Title Clinical Internship I Total Semester Credit Hours Title Fundamen

NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY Certificate The certificate program in Nuclear Medicine Technology is designed to prepare students for employment as nuclear medicine technologists in hospitals, medical offices, or ambulatory clinics. Upon completion of the program, the student may apply to take the certifying board examinations administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology Nuclear Medicine and the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board NMTCB. The program requires approximat

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Practicum at affiliates Tuesday and Thursday Course NMT 102 NMT 111 Title Nuclear Medicine Procedures I Clinical Practicum I Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Practicum at affiliates Tuesday and Thursday Course NMT 112 NMT 121 NMT 201 Title Clinical Practicum II Physics in Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Medicine Procedures II Total Semester Credit Hours Summer Session Practicum at affiliates Monday through Friday, May throu

RADIATION THERAPY Associate in Science The associate degree program in radiation therapy is based on twentytwo 22 months of full time study. The curriculum includes didactic and supervised clinical education to assure sufficient opportunity to achieve all didactic and clinical requirements. Students are assigned on a rotating basis to the following clinical education centers YaleNew Haven Hospital, Hospital of St. Raphael, Bridgeport Hospital, Danbury Hospital, and Lawrence and Memorial Hospital

Freshman Year Spring Semester Clinical Practicum at hospital Tuesday and Thursday Course COM 171 PSY 111 RDT 102 RDT 112 RST 213 Elective Title Fundamentals of Human Communication General Psychology I Radiation Therapy II Clinical Practicum II Radiation Physics Fine Arts Total Semester Credit Hours Credits 3 3 3 1 3 3 16 Summer Session 40 hrs.week at clinical affiliates Monday through Friday, May through August Course RDT 126 Title Clinical Internship II Total Semester Credit Hours Sophomo

RADIOGRAPHY Associate in Science The Associate Degree program in Radiography prepares students for employment as entrylevel Radiographers in hospitals, outpatient facilities, medical offices, community health agencies, or industrial concerns where radiation is used for quality control. Upon completion of the program, the student may apply to take the certifying board examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology Radiography. The program requires approximately twenty

Freshman Year Spring Semester Clinical practicum held at clinical affiliates Tuesdays and Thursdays from 800 am 430 pm or 400 pm 1000 pm as assigned Course COM 171 RAD 194 RAD 204 RST 213 Elective Title Fundamentals of Human Communication Clinical Practicum II Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures II Radiation Physics Fine Arts Total Semester Credit Hours Credits 3 1 3 3 3 13 Summer Session 40 hrs.week at clinical affiliates from 800 am 430 pm or 400 pm to 1000 pm as assigned Course RAD 188

ART STUDIO ART Associate in Science The Studio Art program provides a strong basic foundation in the visual arts along with a background in general education. Furthermore, it prepares students for continued study or for employment by enabling them to build a portfolio of artwork that exhibits their proficiency in Studio Art. For students seeking greater personal and creative fulfillment, this program also promotes art as an avocation. For more information, call Nicholas Halko at 203 2852241 or e

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Course ART 109 ART 111 ART 112 ART 121 ART 122 ART 131 ART 141 ART 151 Elective A Title Color Theory Drawing I Drawing II Two Dimensional Design Three Dimensional Design Sculpture I Photography I Painting I Humanities Total Credit Hours Courses in Option Course ART 152 ART 251 Elective X Elective B or X Title Painting II Painting III Studio Art Art History Total Credit Hours Electives A Selected with advisement by the Program Coordinator Electives B Art History Electi

STUDIO ART GRAPHIC DESIGN OPTION Associate in Science The Studio Art Graphic Design Option program provides a strong basic foundation in the visual arts along with a background in general education. Furthermore, it prepares students for continued studies or employment by enabling them to build a portfolio of artwork that exhibits a degree of proficiency in graphic design. For students seeking greater personal and creative fulfillment, this program will also promotes art as an avocation. For more

Courses in Option Course GRA 151 GRA 252 GRA 241 Elective Z Title Graphic Design I Graphic Design II Digital Page Design I Graphic Design Total Semester Credit Hours Total Credit Hours Credits 3 3 3 3 12 6667 Electives A Selected with advisement by the Program Coordinator Electives Z Graphic Design Electives Course ART 113 ART 142 ART 176 GRA 231 GRA 237 Elective Prerequisite required Title Figure Drawing I Photography II Digital Video Art I Digital Imaging Computer Graphics Graphic Desi

AUTOMOTIVE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY Certificate The Alternative Energy Transportation Technology program will provide students with entrylevel mechanical skills required to fill technical jobs in alternative energy transportation operations and to perform overall performance evaluations of the most commonly deployed alternative energy systems used in transportation. Mechanical skills for work to be performed on these systems will be taught in a laboratory environment in which

ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLE Certificate The Alternative Fuel Vehicle program is a cooperative venture among Gateway Community College, the New England Gas Association NEGA, and the Connecticut Gas Companies. Classes address the preparation of a vehicle for conversion to compressed natural gas installing natural gas components, fuel systems, and emission control devices maintenance procedures for needed repairs inspection of emission control devices and fuel storage and delivery systems. Furthermore

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to Apply language arts and communications skills related to the occupation, including but not limited to reading, writing, and oral communication Perform mathematics related to the occupation, including but not limited to algebra, arithmetic, decimals, and graphs Use scientific methods and critical thinking to solve problems related to the occupation, i

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY GENERAL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EDUCATION PROGRAM ASEP Associate in Applied Science The Automotive Service Education Program ASEP was designed by General Motors and Gateway Community College. This unique, cooperative program trains students for a challenging career in a General Motors and AC Delco sponsored automotive repair facilities. Through a special arrangement, students attend classes and labs at the North Haven Campus and then work fulltime at a sponsoring GM or A

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course AUT 112 AUT 116 AUT 118 AUT 161 ENG 101 MAT 115 Title GM Specifications GM Suspension and Steering GM Brakes GM Internship 1A Composition Math for Science Technology Total Semester Credit Hours Credits 2 3 3.5 1 3 3 15.5 Winter Intersession Session Course AUT 162 Title GM Internship 1B Credits 1 Freshman Year Spring Semester Course AUT 110 AUT 114 AUT 163 CET 116 COM 171 Summer Session Course AUT 171 Title GM Internship 2 Credits 3

GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Certificate The objective of the General Automotive Technology Certificate Program is to train highlyskilled automotive technicians through a college training and internship program. The intent of the program is to meet the growing need of technicians in the college service region. This program furthers the colleges mission to respond to the changing academic, occupational, technological,...needs by offering a broad range of credit...technical and career...programs

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course AUT 130 AUT 132 AUT 134 AUT 136 AUT 138 Title Engines Automotive Specifications Electrical Systems Frames Suspension Brakes Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Course AUT 231 AUT 233 AUT 237 AFV 238 Title Fuel Systems Manual Transmission Transaxles Heating Air Conditioning Hybrid Vehicle Total Semester Credit Hours Summer Semester Course AUT 170 Title Internship II Credits 4 Credits 3.5 3.5 3.5 3 13.5 Credits 3

ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Certificate The Advanced Automotive Technology Certificate program was designed by Gateway Community College. This unique cooperative program provides an opportunity for students to attend all classes and labs at the North Haven Campus and work full time in a sponsoring dealership or garage. The courses in this program are transferable to the Associate in Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology. ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM OUTCOMES U

AVIATION AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science To be eligible for an Associate in Science degree in the Aviation Maintenance Technology Program, a student must successfully complete a Federal Aviation Agency FAA approved Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics program that is offered at FAA approved schools and have an active license. Thirty credits will be granted to individuals who have an active FAA license. An additional thirtytwo 32 credits of college instruction must be completed

BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Associate in Science The complexity of business demands a constant supply of trained managers and administrators. This career program prepares students for managerial and administrative responsibilities. This program includes both the basic concepts of business management and the fundamental tools of management that are common to both the private and public sectors of the economy. For more information, call the Business Department Chairperson, Richard Rees at 203

Sophomore Year Fall Semester Course ACC 114 or ACC 117 BMK 201 BMG 202 ECN 102 Elective Title Principles of Financial Accounting II Principles of Managerial Accounting Principles of Marketing Principles of Management Microeconomics Natural Science Total Semester Credit Hours Credits 3 3 3 3 34 1516 Sophomore Year Spring Semester Course BBG 200 BBG 232 or BBG 240 or BMG 210 BFN 201 ECN 101 Elective Title Principles of Business Statistics Business Law II Business Ethics Organizational Behavio

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING OPTION Associate in Science The complexity of society requires trained personnel to interpret and manage the fiscal aspects of business and industry. The curriculum of the Business Administration Accounting Option is designed to be either a transfer program or a career program. Careeroriented students are prepared for entrylevel positions in public and private accounting. Students may also consider transferring credit earned in this program toward a Bachelors d

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course ACC 113 BBG 231 ENG 101 MAT 137 Elective Title Principles of Financial Accounting I Business Law I Composition Intermediate Algebra Social Science Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Course ACC 114 BBG 232 or BBG 240 or BMG 210 ENG 102 CSA 135 Elective Title Principles of Financial Accounting II Business Law II or Business Ethics or Organizational Behavior Literature Composition Spreadsheets Natural Science Total

ACCOUNTANTS ASSISTANT Certificate This program is for the mature individual who has previous office experience and is seeking additional skills. Upon completion of this program, the Accountants Assistant can assume full charge of a set of books for accounts of small or medium businesses and nonprofit organizations. The Accountants Assistant performs duties under the supervision and direction of internal andor public accountants. For more information, call the Business Department Chairperson, Ric

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT OPTION Associate in Science The Business Administration Management Option helps meet the growing need for qualified supervisory and entrylevel managers in the Greater New Haven area. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT OPTION PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, the graduate should be able to Review the historical development of management theories and relate them to current managerial thought Use the planning proce

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course BBG 231 COM 171 ENG 101 MAT 137 Elective Title Business Law I Fundamentals of Human Communication Composition Intermediate Algebra Social Science Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Course ACC 113 BMG 202 CSA 135 ENG 102 Elective Title Principles of Financial Accounting Principles of Management Spreadsheet Applications Literature and Composition Natural Science Total Semester Credit Hours Sophomore Year Fall Semes

MANAGEMENT Certificate The Management Certificate allows the student to focus on the specific skills needed for success in todays workplace. It is designed for those who do not have the time to pursue a degree program but want to improve their managerial skills. Those students interested in continuing their studies will be able to use all credits earned in this program toward a degree in the Business Administration Management Option. MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful compl

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARKETING OPTION Associate in Science The Business Administration Marketing Option is designed to fulfill the needs of two groups of individuals students who intend to explore career opportunities in marketingrelated fields and students who are presently in business and desire to supplement their practical experience with an effective marketing education. Students who complete this option may seek immediate employment or may transfer to a fouryear institution. BUSINESS A

BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to Demonstrate technical proficiency in office applications software including word processing, operating system, electronic spreadsheet, database management, integrated office applications and presentation graphics. Exhibit verbal, nonverbal and written communication skills. Key and format business documents and demonstrate proofreading

BOT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPTION Associate in Science The role of the administrative assistant requires technical proficiency in the office applications including word processing, electronic spreadsheet, database management and presentation graphics. Being successful in todays global business environment also requires a variety of soft skills and a general education foundation. For more information, call the Program Coordinator, Lucille Flores at 203.285.2177 or email LFloresgwcc.commnet.edu.

BOT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Certificate This is a skillsoriented sequence for students who do not wish to pursue an associate degree option. However, credits earned as part of this certificate program may be applied to the associate degree options in Business Office Technology. This program is tailored to meet individual needs. Students with excellent keyboarding skills may substitute electives for keyboarding courses. Emphasis is placed on the basic administrative and soft skills necessary to

BOT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FOREIGN LANGUAGE OPTION Associate in Science Many United Statesbased companies have offices in other countries or conduct business with foreign companies. As a result, an increasing number of positions are becoming available for administrative assistants who are able to read, write, and speak a foreign language. The foreign language option allows students to begin or continue the study of Italian, French, or Spanish while perfecting their administrative skills. For m

BOT CUSTOMER SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Certificate This program prepares students for entrylevel customer service representative positions. It provides training in technological and soft skills required for excellence in customer service satisfaction. For more information, call the Program Coordinator, Lucille Flores at 203.285.2177 or email LFloresgwcc.commnet.edu PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Course BBG 210 BMK 201 BMK 220 BMK 285 BOT 111 BOT 137 CSA 135 BOT 251 COM 171 COM 172 Title Business Communicati

BOT LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPTION Associate in Science The duties of a legal administrative assistant vary considerably depending on the specialty of the law office. However, all legal administrative assistants should be able to prepare time sheets indicating the hours an attorney spends on behalf of various clients prepare clients fee and disbursement statements and prepare appropriate documents for real estate, probate, corporate, tax, civil or criminal litigation, and domestic matters

BOT MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPTION Associate in Science The duties of a medical administrative assistant will vary among medical office environments such as hospitals, outpatient facilities, urgent or walkin medical clinics and physician practices. In addition to regular office duties, a medical administrative assistant performs specialized tasks. These tasks include appointment scheduling, medical record management paper or electronic health information, billing and accounts payable se

BOT MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Certificate The Medical Administrative Assistant Certificate prepares students to work in a medical office or hospital. In addition to regular office duties, a medical administrative assistant performs specialized tasks. Emphasis is placed on medical coding and medical transcription skills. Training is provided using state of the art medical office software. For more information, call the Program Coordinator, Lucille Flores at 203.285.2177 or email LFloresgwc

BOT WORD PROCESSING OPTION Associate in Science There is a demand for administrative support staff skilled in computer applications. Because word processing is a varied and multilevel career path, skilled employees have the opportunity to ascend the career ladder. Students are provided with high quality instruction using state of the art computer technology, current software programs and general education courses. For more information, call the Program Coordinator, Lucille Flores at 203.285.2177

BOT WORD PROCESSING Certificate This is a skillsoriented sequence of courses designed to prepare students for entrylevel positions. Courses focus on strong keyboarding and transcription skills while instilling the fundamentals of business communication. For more information, call the Program Coordinator, Lucille Flores at 203.285.2177 or email LFloresgwcc.commnet.edu PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Course BBG 210 BOT 111 or BOT 219 BOT 112 BOT 137 BOT 215 CSA 135 BOT 220 BOT 251 BOT 252 BOT 295 Titl

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY Connecticuts College of Technology is an innovative course of study for men and women considering a career in the challenging and rewarding fields of engineering and technology. It is an integrated curriculum at Connecticuts public and private colleges and universities, allowing individuals to begin their studies at Gateway Community College and progress directly into a bachelors degree program at a fouryear university. The curriculum consists of two distinct pa

ENGINEERING SCIENCE Associate in Science Leading to the School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut, University of New Haven, University of Hartford, or Fairfield University PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course CAD 108 CHE 121 ECN 101 ENG 101 MAT 254 Title CAD Introduction General Chemistry I Macroeconomics Composition Calculus I Total Semester Credit Hours Freshman Year Spring Semester Course CET 124 CHE 122 PHY 221 MAT 256 Title Structured Programming General

TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES Associate in Science Leading to the School of Technology at Central Connecticut State University and Charter Oak State College PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Freshman Year Fall Semester Course CSC 101 ENG 101 MAT 175 PHY 121 PSY 111 Title Introduction to Computers Composition College Algebra and Trigonometry General Physics I General Psychology I Total Semester C