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Personal Interest

The Center for Continuing Studies at Mercer offers an abundance of popular personal interest courses. From Writing and Photography courses to filmmaking and Job Readiness courses, we strive to have something for everyone. Please select from the areas that interest you from above.

Returning this Spring semester!

Play the Guitar like a Pro
In just half a day you will learn enough to play the guitar like a pro without years of weekly lessons. The traditional approach teaches note reading, while professional guitarists use chords. Here you will learn all the chords you need to play any song. Thousands of students nationwide have learned to play the guitar using this method and are now playing their favorite songs. It’s easy, fun and will have complete beginners playing the guitar within an hour. All skill levels welcome. A guitar is required.
Cost: $190 (tuition $127, administrative fee $28, materials fee $35)
NCMUS-CS001-01

January 21 – March 4*  Registration opens November 14.
6 sessions / Saturdays / 10am-12:30pm
*Class will not meet February 11

Instructor: Chris Peary

Intermediate Play the Guitar like a Pro
Recommended: Play the Guitar like a Pro or equivalent knowledge of guitar
This course is designed for the continued studies of the participants of Play Guitar like a Pro. Emphasis will be more on understanding song structure, moveable chords and melodies. This course will concentrate on the personal development of technique on the guitar. A guitar is required.
Cost: $190 (tuition $127, administrative fee $28, materials fee $35)
NCMUS-CS002-01

March 18 – April 29  Registration opens November 14.
6 sessions / Saturdays / 10am -12:30pm
*Class will not meet April 15

Instructor: Chris Peary

Investment Rules of the Road

Learn the 10 Rules of the Road to successful investing.

Participants will learn:

· The most common investing mistakes and how to avoid them

· Investing strategies to help reach their long-term goals

· What they can do now to prepare for retirement.

Booklet will be provided.

Cost: $65 (tuition $40, administrative fee $25)

NCPER-CS019-01

March 9 - 30   

4 sessions / Thursdays / 6-8pm

Instructor: Ty Robinson, Financial Advisor

The World of Tea

Gain a broad overview of the world of tea (camelia sinsesis), its varietals, history, culture and proper preparation and appreciation. This course will cover true tea only, not herbals. Each section will include tasting of representative teas and there will be a demonstration of the serene Japanese tea ceremony.

Cost: $47 (tuition $35, administrative fee $12)

NCPER-CS013-01

January 19 - February 2  

3 sessions / Thursdays / 6-7:30pm

Instructor: Glenn Swann

 

Introduction to Beekeeping for the Hobbyist

Beekeeping is an enjoyable and fascinating hobby that allows you to produce your own honey. Learn the basic principles necessary to start and care for your new colony. We will cover biology, location requirements, how to obtain bees, equipment, harvesting and extracting, diseases and pests. No prior knowledge of honey bees or beekeeping is required. Textbook is required and available in the college bookstore.

Cost: $84 (tuition $69, administrative fee $15)

NCASC-CS008-01

March 2 - 23 

4 sessions / Thursdays / 6:30-8:30pm 

1 session / Saturday* / To be announced

*This session will be a field class at a local bee yard.

Instructor: Jeffrey Burd, EAS Master Beekeper          


CONTACT US:

Registration Desk: 609-570-3311

Questions: E-mail us

 

Please note our refund policy:
You will receive 100% refund if cancellation is made 10 or more days before the beginning of a class. 
We cannot refund if cancellation is made less than 10 days before the class start date.

 

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