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Winter Session 2018/19 Courses

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Online

Section Course Notes
BUS–210–305 Principle of Management 12/17 – 1/25
BUS–230–305 Global Environment of Business 12/17 – 1/25
CRJ–105–300 Criminology 12/17 – 1/25
CRJ–202–300 Criminal Law 12/17 – 1/25
CRJ–212–300 Juvenile Justice 12/17 – 1/25
ENG–101–300, 310 English Composition I* 12/17 – 1/25
ENG–102–300, 310 English Composition II* 12/17 – 1/25
ENG–213–300 African American Literature 12/17 – 1/25
ENG–222–300 Children’s Literature 12/17 – 1/25
HIS–105–300 United States History to 1865 12/17 – 1/25
HIS–106–300 United States History Since 1865 12/17 – 1/25
HIS–113–300 World History Since 1500 12/17 – 1/25
HPE–101–315 Basic Concepts of Nutrition 12/17 – 1/25
HPE–111–355, 360, 365, 370,375 Living With Health 12/17 – 1/25
IST–101–320, 345, 360 Computer Concepts/Applications 12/17 – 1/25
MAT–120–300 Mathematics for Liberal Art 12/17 – 1/25
MAT–125–310, 320 Elementary Statistics I 12/17 – 1/25
PHI–102–300 Introduction to Philosophy 12/17 – 1/25
PHI–205–300, 310 Moral Choices 12/17 – 1/25
POL–101–300 American Political System 12/17 – 1/25
PSY–101–300, 310 Introduction to Psychology 12/17 – 1/25
PSY–207–300 Developmental Psychology 12/17 – 1/25
SOC–101–300, 310 Introduction to Sociology 12/17 – 1/25
SPA–101–300, 310 Beginning Spanish I 12/17 – 1/25
SPA–102–300 Beginning Spanish II 12/17 – 1/25

** Students who register for online sections of ENG101 or ENG102 are required to write two essays, one at the beginning of the semester, and one at the end of the semester, in the Academic Testing Center at the West Windsor Campus. Further information about this requirement can be obtained by calling (609) 570-3389.

If you have any questions regarding Online classes, Orientation dates or Username, and Password to access your online course please contact us at 609-570-3389, or email us at merceronline@mccc.edu

If you are interested in enrolling in a class, please contact the registrar at 609-586-4800 ext. 3228, registration@mccc.edu or visit the Registration office located on the second floor of the Student Center room SC253 at the West Windsor Campus or room KC218 at the James Kerney Campus.


Spring 2019 Web-based Courses

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14 Week S Session

Section Course Session Notes
ACC–106 – 300 Office Accounting I S 1/23 – 5/07
ACC–111 – 300 Principles of Financial Accounting S 1/23 – 5/07
ACC–112 – 300 Principles of Managerial Accounting S 1/23 – 5/07
ACC–204 – 300 Auditing S 1/23 – 5/07
ACC–207 – 300 Computerized Accounting S 1/23 – 5/07
ANT–101 – 300 Anthropology S 1/23 – 5/07
ART–125 – 300 Topics in Contemporary Art S 1/23 – 5/07
BIO–106 – 300, 310 Human Anatomy S 1/23 – 5/07
BIO–113 – 300, 310 Biological Science Concepts S 1/23 – 5/07
BIO–114 – 300 Environmental Science Concepts S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–101 – 300, 310 Introduction to Business S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–107 – 300 Business Law I S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–108 – 300 Business Law II S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–109 – 010 Personal Finance S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–209 – 300 Business Communication S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–210 – 300, 310 Principles of Management S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–230 – 300 Global Environment of Business S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–239 – 300 Entrepreneurship S 1/23 – 5/07
BUS–240 – 300 Human Resource Management S 1/23 – 5/07
CIS–173 – 300 PC Applications: Database S 1/23 – 5/07
CIS–175 – 300 PC Applications: Spreadsheets S 1/23 – 5/07
CIS-182 – 300 PC Applications: Presentations S 1/23 – 5/07
CMN-101-300 Mass Media S 1/23 – 5/07
CMN-122-300 Organizational Communications S 1/23 – 5/07
COS-102-300 Computer Science I - Algorithms and Programming S 1/23 – 5/07
CRJ–101 – 300 Introduction to Criminal Justice S 1/23 – 5/07
CRJ–102 – 300 Police in the Community S 1/23 – 5/07
CRJ-103 – 300 Introduction to Corrections S 1/23 – 5/07
CRJ–105 – 305 Criminology S 1/23 – 5/07
CRJ–202 – 300 Criminal Law S 1/23 – 5/07
CRJ–212 – 300 Juvenile Justice S 1/23 – 5/07
CSW–100 – 300 College Success & Personal Wellness S 1/23 – 5/07
ECO–103 – 300, 310 Basic Economics S 1/23 – 5/07
EDU–120 – 300 Early Childhood Education S 1/23 – 5/07
ENG–101 – 300, 310 English Composition I* S 1/23 – 5/07
ENG–102 – 310, 320 English Composition II* S 1/23 – 5/07
ENG–112 – 300 English Comp II With Speech S 1/23 – 5/07
ENG–208 – 300 Modern American Novel S 1/23 – 5/07
ENG–222–300 Children’s Literature S 1/23 – 5/07
HIS–102 – 300 History of Western Civilization Since 1648 S 1/23 – 5/07
HIS–105 – 300 United States History to 1865 S 1/23 – 5/07
HIS–106 – 300 United States History Since 1865 S 1/23 – 5/07
HIS–112 – 300 World History to 1500 S 1/23 – 5/07
HIS–113 – 300 World History Since 1500 S 1/23 – 5/07
HPE–101 – 300, 305 Basic Concept of Nutrition S 1/23 – 5/07
HPE–111 – 300, 305, 310, 315 Living with Health S 1/23 – 5/07
HPE–111 – 320, 325, 330, 335 Living with Health S 1/23 – 5/07
IST–101 – 300, 305, 310, 320, 330, 350 Computer Concepts with Applications S 1/23 – 5/07
IST–102 – 300 Computer Concepts with Programming S 1/23 – 5/07
IST–109 – 300 Introduction to Programing S 1/23 – 5/07
IST–251 – 300 Managing Computer Technology S 1/23 – 5/07
LEG–143 – 300 Family Law S 1/23 – 5/07
LEG–232 – 300 Civil Litigation III S 1/23 – 5/07
MAT–120 – 300 Mathematics for Liberal Arts S 1/23 – 5/07
MAT–125 – 300, 310 Elementary Statistics I S 1/23 – 5/07
MAT–151 – 300 Calculus I S 1/23 – 5/07
MKT–101 – 300 Principles of Marketing S 1/23 – 5/07
MKT–230 – 300 Principles of Retailing S 1/23 – 5/07
NET–130 – 300 Routing & Switching Essentials S 1/23 – 5/07
NET–212 – 300 Linux S 1/23 – 5/07
NET–240 – 300 Network Security S 1/23 – 5/07
PHI–102 – 300 Introduction to Philosophy S 1/23 – 5/07
PHI–205 – 300 Moral Choices S 1/23 – 5/07
POL–101 – 300 American Political System S 1/23 – 5/07
PSY–101 – 300, 310 Introduction to Psychology S 1/23 – 5/07
PSY–206 – 300 Child Development S 1/23 – 5/07
PSY–207 – 300 Developmental Psychology: Across the Life Span S 1/23 – 5/07
PSY–210 – 300 Abnormal Psychology S 1/23 – 5/07
SOC–101 – 300, 310 Introduction to Sociology S 1/23 – 5/07
SOC–104 – 300 Sociology in Education S 1/23 – 5/07
SOC–107 – 300 Social Problems S 1/23 – 5/07
SPA–101 – 300 Beginning Spanish I S 1/23 – 5/07
SPA–102 – 300 Beginning Spanish II S 1/23 – 5/07

10 Week S10 Session

Section Course Session Notes
BUS–230 – 315 Global Environment of Business S10 2/26 – 5/07
CMN-112-305, 315 Public Speaking S10 2/26 – 5/07
EDU–102 – 305 Introduction to Exceptional Children S10 2/26 – 5/07
ENG–101 – 305, 315 English Composition I* S10 2/26 – 5/07
ENG–102 – 305, 315 English Composition II* S10 2/26 – 5/07
ENG–222 – 305 Children’s Literature S10 2/26 – 5/07
ESL–080 – 305 ESL TOEFL iBT Prep Course S10 2/26 – 5/07
HIS–105 – 305 United States History to 1865 S10 2/26 – 5/07
HIS–106 – 305 United States History Since 1865 S10 2/26 – 5/07
HIS–113 – 305 World History Since 1500 S10 2/26 – 5/07
HPE–101 – 325 Basic Concept of Nutrition S10 2/26 – 5/07
HPE–111 – 335, 345, 355 Living with Health S10 2/26 – 5/07
IST–101 – 315, 330 Computer Concepts with Applications S10 2/26 – 5/07
MAT–125 – 305 Elementary Statistics I S10 2/26 – 5/07
PHI–205 – 305 Moral Choices S10 2/26 – 5/07
POL–101 – 305 American Political System S10 2/26 – 5/07
PSY–101 – 305 Introduction to Psychology S10 2/26 – 5/07
PSY–207 – 305 Developmental Psychology: Across the Life Span S10 2/26 – 5/07
PTA-101 -010 Introduction to PTA S10 2/26 – 5/07
SOC–101 – 305 Introduction to Sociology S10 2/26 – 5/07
SOC–201 – 305 Marriage and the Family S10 2/26 – 5/07

* Spring 14 Wks. S session begins 1/23 and ends on 5/07, Spring 10 Wks. S10 session begins 2/26 and ends on 5/07. Please bear in mind these courses are subject to change at any time, also some start and end dates may differ. Check your schedule to see your exact start and end date. If you have any questions about start and end dates for courses contact Registration at 609-570-3228 or email at registration@mccc.edu.

** Students who register for online sections of ENG101 or ENG102 are required to write two writing diagnostics essays, one at the beginning of the semester, and one at the end, in the Academic Testing Center at either campus. Further information about this requirement can be obtained by calling (609) 570-3389.

If you have any questions regarding the classes, Orientation dates or username and passwords to access your online course please contact us at 609-570-3389, or email us at merceronline@mccc.edu

If you are interested in enrolling in a class, please contact the registrar at 609-586-4800 ext. 3228, registration@mccc.edu or Visit the Registration office located on the second floor of the student center, room SC253 at the West Windsor Campus or room KC218 at the James Kerney Campus.