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2 why gbcc? 50+ associate degree and certificate programs Transfer pathways GBCC is the #1 transfer feeder school to the University of New Hampshire Business & industry partnerships offering relevant coursework, internships, mentor programs and more Affordable tuition $210 per credit (NH residents) Short-term certificate programs in high demand fields Flexible schedules Courses available online and on campus GBCC Intercollegiate Athletic Teams: Men s and Women s Golf Women s Volleyball Men s and Women s Basketball Men s Baseball Women s Softball For a complete schedule of games visit:

3 WHAT s NEW AT GREAT BAY? Career Coach Explore a New Career with Career Coach Visit our website, to access Career Coach, an online tool for exploring potential careers and educational programs that support these careers. Whether you are enrolled at GBCC or not, you can take an assessment that generates careers related to your interests, help you dig deep in to labor market information, explore links to knowledge/skill preparation, and even build a resume. We invite all current and prospective students to access Career Coach and learn more about high demand careers, employment trends, job opportunities in your area, and degree or certificate programs that can prepare you for that ideal job. Learn more at https://greatbay.emsicc.com Interested in an Internship Experience? Opportunities may be available through your program of study here at GBCC. To learn more about how you can gain practical, real-world work experience, during the summer or academic year, speak with your department chair today. Business Administration program and Hospitality program majors can contact Delilah Smith at Internship/Career Coach Apprenticeship NH Earn While You Learn For Employers and Job Seekers For info visit: This publication was last updated as of MAY 11, 2018 For the most up-to-date schedule of courses visit: or

4 new in demand programs We offer over 50 associate degree and certificate programs designed to prepare you for high demand careers in 2018 and beyond. Detailed program information is available at Business Administration Associate in Science Degree Our associate in science degree in Business Administration was developed in collaboration with industry and partners in education to better meet the needs of today s business environment. Academic concentrations include: Leadership and Management, Sales and Digital Marketing, and Business Administration (University Transfer), Insurance & Risk Management and Sports Management. Automotive Technology Certificate Program Our Automotive Technology certificate program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to work as entry level technicians, performing inspection, diagnostics,maintenance, and repair on automobiles and light trucks. Students learn to locate problems and use a variety of power, hand and diagnostic tools as they work on parts and technical reference materials to prepare for the ASE Certification exams. Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair Certificate Program Our new certificate program in Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Technology is sponsored by Seacoast Harley-Davidson. In just 24 weeks, students can gain the skills required to work as a qualified, entry-level motorcycle maintenance professional. The 24-credit program prepares graduates for entry-level positions in service, repair, and maintenance of motorcycles. All motorcycle courses take place in a specially designed learning lab at Seacoast Harley-Davidson, North Hampton, New Hampshire. Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended GBCC Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair programs may be found at greatbay.edu/gemotorcycle ENROLL NOW Classes start August 27th

5 PROGRAMS of STUDY Arts, Humanities,Communication, & Design American Studies, A.A. English, A.A. Fine Arts, A.A. Digital Media Communications, A.S. Liberal Arts, A.A. Business Accounting, A.S. Accounting, C Business Administration, A.S. Leadership & Management, C Sales and Digital Marketing, C Social, Educational, & Behavioral Sciences Criminal Justice, A.S. Early Childhood Education, A.S., C History, A.A. Homeland Security, C Liberal Arts, A.A. Psychology, A.A. Teacher Preparation, A.A. Health Sciences and Services Nursing, A.S. Surgical Technology, A.S. Massage Therapy, C Veterinary Technology, A.S. Veterinary Practice Management, C Hospitality & Culinary Event & Meeting Planning, C Hospitality Management, A.S. Hotel/Restaurant Management, C Spa Management, C Industry & Transportation Automotive Technology, C Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair Technology, C Welding Technologies, C STEM & Advanced Manufacturing Analytics, A.S. Advanced Composites Manufacturing, C Bioengineering, A.S. Biological Science, A.A., A.S. Biotechnology, A.S. Biotechnology, C Chemistry, A.A. Computer Numeric Control, C Computer Technologies, A.S. Cybersecurity Infrastructure, A.S. Engineering Science, A.S. Environmental Science, A.S. Information Systems Technology, A.S. Information Systems Technology, C Liberal Arts, A.A. Linux, C Nondestructive Testing, C Practical Data Science, C Programming, C Software Development, C Technical Studies, A.S. TABLE: A.A.: Associate of Arts Degree A.S.: Associate of Science Degree C : Certificate program Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended GBCC Gainful Employment (Certificate) programs may be found at

6 College Preparedness Get ready NOW for college level classes! There are so many steps you can take to be ready for success. Accuplacer Testing Most students will do Accuplacer placement testing before choosing first semester classes. Doing a little review in advance can really make a difference! Learn more about Accuplacer and how to prepare at Online tutorials are also available through Accuplacer at https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org and through PLATO at Choose the one that best fits your need. Center for Academic Planning & Support (CAPS) Tutoring, study space, online tutorials, computer lab, academic coaching and more! Spend some time in our centers in Portsmouth and Rochester to get the most out of your time in college. Services are FREE to those in credit-bearing classes. Not sure how to get started? Contact us at Adult Education Exeter, Dover, and Portsmouth Adult Education are now offering courses at Great Bay Community College. These non-credit courses are designed to accommodate Great Bay students who require skill building in math,and reading, and communications. Please see an Academic Advisor for information on how to register. CRN CRN Room Location Dates Days Times Tuition NCMH070G Developmental Mathematics 402 Portsmouth 9/24 12/14 TR 10:00-11:50am $ NCMH070G Developmental Mathematics R132 Rochester 9/24 12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM $ NCMH070G Developmental Mathematics 218 Portsmouth 8//27-12/14 R 5:00-8:00PM $ NCEN097G Dev College Reading Skills 406 Portsmouth 8//27-12/14 W 6:15-9:00PM $ NCEN097G Dev College Reading Skills 424 Portsmouth 8//27-11/15 TR 10:00-11:50AM $ NCEN098G Dev College Writing Skills I 416 Portsmouth 8//27-11/19 MW 10:00-11:50AM $ NCEL050G Comm. Skills English Language Learners 418 Portsmouth 9/24 12/14 TR 1:00pm - 2:50PM $50 Early College Early College invites high school and home schooled juniors and seniors to take college courses on the college campus. Come to Great Bay and be part of the student community while earning both college and high school credits. Students may choose from a large selection of courses. Consult with your guidance counselor. High School students receive a fifty percent tuition discount. Contact Dr. Sarah Bedingfield to register: Early College is one of Great Bay s dual enrollment programs. See for more information.

7 HOW TO APPLY 3 EASY WAYS Online: Apply online by visiting: greatbay.edu/apply Classes Fill Quickly! How to Register In Person: Bring your completed registration form to the College Services One Stop for processing (please note that classes with prerequisites may need advising approval). Mail to: Great Bay Community College College Services One Stop 320 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH In Person: Stop by the College Services One Stop to pick up an application Fax to: College Services One Stop (603) For up to the minute course offerings visit our Student Information System at Here s how: Click on Class Schedule (right hand column) To narrow down the search, you can use the additional filters Select your term To view the prerequisites for any course, Select your college and your subject click on view catalog entry To actually web register for a course, you will need to enter the secure area (top left hand column). This requires your SIS log in. Visit or call (603) for more information. Fax to: College Services One Stop (603) Online: Complete your registration process online in SIS! Returning matriculated students may register online until August 13, Certain Restrictions apply. Visit to register. If you are unable to complete the web registration process, or need more information, please come in and meet with an Advisor or contact the Advising Center or call (603) Disclaimer Great Bay Community College provides its website, catalog, handbooks, and any other printed materials or electronic media for your general guidance. The College does not guarantee that the information contained within them, including, but not limited to, the contents of any page that resides under the Domain Name System (DNS) registration of is up-to-date, complete and accurate, and individuals assume any risks associated with relying upon information without checking other credible sources, such as a student s academic advisor. In addition, a student s or prospective student s reliance upon information contained on the College s website, or within catalogs or handbooks, when making academic decisions does not constitute, and should not be construed as, a contract with the College. Further, the College reserves the right to make changes to any provision or requirement within these sources, as well as changes to any curriculum or program, whether during a student s enrollment or otherwise. Non Discrimination Information: Great Bay Community College provides its website, catalog, handbooks, and any other printed materials or electronic media for your general guidance. The College does not guarantee that the information contained within them, including, but not limited to, the contents of any page that resides under the Domain Name System (DNS) registration of is up-to-date, complete and accurate, and individuals assume any risks associated with relying upon information without checking other credible sources, such as a student s academic advisor. In addition, a student s or prospective student s reliance upon information contained on the College s website, or within catalogs or handbooks, when making academic decisions does not constitute, and should not be construed as, a contract with the College. Further, the College reserves the right to make changes to any provision or requirement within these sources, as well as changes to any curriculum or program, whether during a student s enrollment or otherwise. Gainful Employment: Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended GBCC Gainful Employment (Certificate) programs may be found at

8 FUNDING YOUR EDUCATION FAFSA Deadlines A student starts the financial aid application process by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at The school code for GBCC is: The FAFSA is the application for aid for Summer 2018, Fall 2018 and Spring A new FAFSA must be filed each year. The financial aid year begins with the summer term at Great Bay Community College. The preferred filing date is March 15 for the upcoming financial aid year. Students who meet this filing date will be considered for all institutional funds. Students who file after this date will be considered on a funds-available basis. If you are unable to meet the preferred deadline, filing by these dates will help to have your financial aid in place before you begin classes: Begin Enrollment: FAFSA: Best to File By: Summer March 15, 2018 Fall July 16, 2018 Scholarships There are many sources of scholarship or grant aid for use at Great Bay Community College. These programs all have their own eligibility, application,and/or deadline requirements. Although many are restricted and some are competitive, we encourage you to investigate them all. For more information visit: Work-Study Opportunities Federal Work-Study provides part-time jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. Students eligible for Work-Study at Great Bay can work in a number of departments throughout the college including in the library, at the College Services One-Stop and in the Student Success Center. Federal Work-Study funds are available for all semesters and you may be eligible! To learn more visit: or contact: Elaine Hersey at

9 FALL 2018 Credit Course Schedule Key Matriculated / Current Non-Matriculated Evening-Wknd Classes Day Prereq. Co-req. CRN Term Title CR CRSE NC Days Online Hybrid In-State Students (NH Residents) New England Regional Students Out of State Students/International Students Evening (5pm start or later) or 100% Online or Saturdays * per credit * per credit * per credit * per credit Student Comprehensive Fee (all credit courses) *22.00 per credit For complete course descriptions and updates visit: Students who have applied and been accepted to a program. Students who have not applied or been accepted to a program. Classes that meet face-to-face starting at 5PM or later or weekend classes. Classes that meet prior to 5pm Pre-requisite (registration requires prior coursework) Co-requisite (registration requires concurrent coursework) Course Reference Number Start & End Date of Term Course Name Credits Course Non Credit M-Monday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday R-Thursday F-Friday S-Saturday 100% Online courses courses that do not physically meet on campus during the semester. All instruction takes place in an online environment. Courses that blend traditional face-to-face learning with online learning. Custom Term 1st Half 8 Weeks 8/27-10/19 Full Term 15 Weeks 8/27-12/14 2nd Half Weeks 10/22-12/14 Late Start Weeks 9/24-12/14 Tuition and Fees Online Course Info Online courses are a great alternative to campus-based classes, but before you jump in, review the following tips so you are making an INFORMED decision. Online classes require that you... Possess strong time management skills. You will need to organize your schedule to meet assignment deadlines. Communicate frequently with your instructor and fellow classmates. This means you must know how to access your student . Plan on putting aside the same amount of time for your online course as you would for a face-to-face course. In fact, online courses can be even more demanding of your time, so be prepared. Log onto Canvas, your course management site, at least weekly to read new announcements, complete discussion boards, track assignments, etc. Online classes do have an attendance requirement that is demonstrated through your participation on the site as well as through submission of assignments. Have access to a reliable, up to date computer with a high speed internet connection and word processing software. Be proactive and seek help when needed. For help with course content, your instructor and/or visit the Payment Deadlines Aug 13, 2018 For classes that begin the week of Aug 27, 2018 Aug 21, 2018 For classes that begin the week of Sep 4, 2018 Sep 4, 2018 For classes that begin the week of Sep 17, 2018 Sep 10, 2018 For classes that begin the week of Sep 24, 2018 Oct 8, 2018 For classes that begin the week of Oct 22, 2018 Oct 15, 2018 For classes that begin the week of Oct 29, 2018 *The tuition rate is subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees and is subject to change without notice. *An additional fee will be charged for all Laboratory/Clinical/Practicum or other similar experiences. This fee is calculated by subtracting the number of lecture hours from the number of credit hours and multiplying the remainder by $110. This fee will be added to the normal tuition charge for that course. EXAMPLE: BIOL 110G Anatomy & Physiology 4 Credits - 3 Lecture Hours = 1X110 = $110 Please note that charges will be printed out on student Schedule/Bills at College Services One Stop and will be posted to individual Student Information System (SIS) accounts under Student > Student Records > Account Summary by Term. CAPSwebsite: For technical assistance, visit the help desk: All classes may include an online component. 8

10 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq. ACCOUNTING ACCT 113G Acct & Financial Reporting I 3 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:20 PM ACCT 113G A 414 Acct & Financial Reporting I 3 8/27-10/19 TR 5:30-8:15 PM ACCT 113G Acct & Financial Reporting I 3 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:20 AM ACCT 123G Acct & Financial Reporting II 3 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:20 PM Prereq ACCT 123G A 414 Acct & Financial Reporting II 3 10/22-12/14 TR 5:30-8:15 PM Prereq ACCT 213G A 420 Cost Accounting I 3 8/27-12/14 T 5:30-8:15 PM Prereq ACCT 223G A 414 Intermediate Accounting I 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:30-8:15 PM Prereq ACCT 243G A 218 Federal Income Tax/Individual 3 8/27-12/14 M 5:30-8:15 PM Prereq. ADVANCED COMPOSITES MANUFACTURING (Rochester Campus) ACM 110G RA R156 Intro to Advanced Composites (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:00-6:00 PM Prereq. R156 Intro to Advanced Composites (Rochester Campus) 8/27-12/14 M 5:00-9:00 PM Prereq ACM 110G R1 R156 Intro to Advanced Composites (Rochester Campus) 3 10/22-12/14 MW 8:00-1:00 PM Prereq ACM 115G RA R156 Appl. Math & Meas. for Mfg. (Rochester Campus) 2 8/27-12/14 W 6:10-9:00 PM Prereq ACM 115G R1 R156 Appl. Math & Meas. for Mfg. (Rochester Campus) 2 10/22-12/14 MW 1:10-4:10 PM Prereq ACM 120G RA R134 Technical Blueprint Reading (Rochester Campus) 2 8/27-12/14 T 5:00-8:00 PM Prereq ACM 120G R1 R134 Technical Blueprint Reading (Rochester Campus) 2 10/22-12/14 TR 8:50-12:00 PM Prereq ACM 210G R1 R138 Fund.Composites Manufacturing (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-10/19 TR 9:00-2:00 PM Prereq ACM 230G R1 R156 Manufacturing Ethics (Rochester Campus) 1 8/27-10/19 M 8:00-10:15 AM Prereq ACM 253G R1 R157 Bonding & Finishing Operator (Rochester Campus) 2 10/22-12/14 TR 12:00-4:00 PM Prereq ACM 254G RA R157 Quality Inspection & CMM Oper. (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-7:00 PM Prereq ACM 255G R1 R157 Comp. CNC Milling & Set-up Operator (Rochester Campus) 6 8/27-12/14 MW 4:30-8:45 PM Prereq ACM 257G RA R163 High Perf. Comp. Fabrication (Rochester Campus) 2 10/22-12/14 MW 5:00-9:00 PM Prereq ACM 265G RA R138 Multi Axis CNC Milling (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-8:00 PM Prereq. ALLIED HEALTH AHLT 110G HYA 202 Medical Terminology 3 8/27-12/14 M&OL 5:30-6:50 PM AMERICAN STUDIES AMER 110G Intro to American Studies 3 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:50 AM ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 101G ZZ Introduction to Anthropology 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE ANTH 105G R6 R138 IntroEthnography:World of Work (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-11:40 AM ANTH 105G IntroEthnography:World of Work 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM ANTH 105G IntroEthnography:World of Work 4 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-11:40 AM ANTH 105G IntroEthnography:World of Work 4 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 AM ANTH 105G IntroEthnography:World of Work 4 9/24-12/14 MW 9:00-11:30 AM ANTH 105G A 418 IntroEthnography:World of Work 4 10/22-12/14 TR 5:00-8:40 PM ANTH 202G Introduction to Archaeology 3 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:20 PM ARTS ARTS 103G Fundamentals of Acting I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-4:40 PM ARTS 105G Intro to Music 3 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:20 PM ARTS 107G Blues Jazz and Rock and Roll 3 8/27-12/14 M 9:00-11:50 AM ARTS 117G ZZ Art History I 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE ARTS 123G ZZ Drawing I 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE ARTS 123G Drawing I 3 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-1:30 PM ARTS 123G Drawing I 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-5:30 PM ARTS 125G Visual Language 3 8/27-12/14 T 9:00-11:40 AM Prereq ARTS 126G Typography 3 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-1:30 PM 430 Typography 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-1:30 PM ARTS 137G Contemporary Art History 3 8/27-12/14 W 2:00-5:10 PM 9 Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start

11 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq ARTS 225G Watercolor Painting 3 8/27-12/14 M 8:30-1:00 PM Prereq ARTS 230G Introduction to Printmaking 3 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-1:30 PM Prereq. AUTOMOTIVE (Located At Creteau Center in Rochester) AUTO 110G 1 Auto. Maint. and Light Repair (Creteau Center in Rochester) 4 9/4-12/14 R 4:00-5:45 PM Prereq. Auto. Maint. and Light Repair (Creteau Center in Rochester) 9/4-12/14 M 4:00-9:00 PM Prereq AUTO 125G A Automotive Electronics I (Creteau Center in Rochester) 4 9/4-12/14 T 5:00-9:00 PM Prereq. Automotive Electronics I (Creteau Center in Rochester) 9/4-12/14 R 6:00-8:00 PM Prereq. AVIATION TECHNOLOGY HELICOPTER (Flight Classes at Located At Seacoast Helicopter, Pease Tradeport) AVTN 252G Certified Flight Instructor Gr 1.5 8/27-10/26 TR 1:00-2:20 PM Prereq AVTN 253G 1 Certified Flight Instructor Fl (At Seacoast Helicopters) 2 8/27-10/26 Prereq AVTN 254G Cert Flight Inst Instrument Gr /29-12/14 TR 1:00-2:20 PM Prereq AVTN 255G 1 Cert Flight Inst Instrument Fl (At Seacoast Helicopters) 2 10/29-12/14 Prereq. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE BIOL 041G Developmental Biology 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:50 PM BIOL 101G HY1 143 Human Disease 4 8/27-12/14 M&OL 12:30-2:10 PM Prereq BIOL 106G The Human Body 4 8/27-12/14 T 9:30-12:20 PM 141 The Human Body 8/27-12/14 T 12:30-2:20 PM BIOL 106G A 141 The Human Body 4 8/27-12/14 T 5:00-9:10 PM BIOL 108G General Biology I 4 8/27-12/14 TR 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 149A General Biology I 8/27-12/14 TR 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq BIOL 108G General Biology I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 149A General Biology I 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq BIOL 109G A 141 General Biology II 4 8/27-12/14 MW 5:30-8:20 PM Prereq BIOL 109G General Biology II 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq BIOL 110G Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-4:00 PM Prereq. 142 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 8/27-12/14 R 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq BIOL 110G Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-4:00 PM Prereq. 142 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 8/27-12/14 R 8:00-10:50 AM Prereq BIOL 110G A 125 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 8/27-12/14 T 6:00-8:50 PM Prereq. 142 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 8/27-12/14 W 6:00-8:50 PM Prereq BIOL 110G B 125 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 8/27-12/14 T 6:00-8:50 PM Prereq. 142 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 8/27-12/14 R 6:00-8:50 PM Prereq BIOL 110G HYA 142 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 8/27-12/14 M&OL 5:10-8:50 PM Prereq BIOL 110G Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 9/24-12/14 TF 8:00-11:55 AM Prereq BIOL 111G Veterinary A&P I (Must Choose Lab A or B) 4 8/27-12/14 MT 1:00-2:20 PM Prereq BIOL 111G Veterinary A&P I - Lab A 0 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq BIOL 111G Veterinary A&P I - Lab B 0 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq BIOL 120G Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq BIOL 120G Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq BIOL 120G A 122 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 8/27-12/14 T 5:30-8:20 PM Prereq. 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 8/27-12/14 R 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq BIOL 120G B 122 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 8/27-12/14 T 5:30-8:20 PM Prereq. 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 8/27-12/14 R 5:30-8:20 PM Prereq BIOL 120G HY1 141 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 8/27-12/14 M&OL 9:00-12:50 PM Prereq. Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start 10

12 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE continued BIOL 150G ZZ Nutrition 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE BIOL 150G ZZ1 Nutrition 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE BIOL 150G Nutrition 4 8/27-12/14 R 9:30-2:30 PM BIOL 150G Nutrition 4 9/24-12/14 MW 9:00-11:30 AM BIOL 160G Intro to Environmental Science 4 8/27-12/14 M 9:00-11:50 AM 143 Intro to Environmental Science 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-11:50 AM BIOL 160G Intro to Environmental Science 4 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:50 PM 143 Intro to Environmental Science 8/27-12/14 F 1:00-3:50 PM BIOL 210G Microbiology 4 8/27-12/14 F 9:30-12:10 PM Prereq. 143 Microbiology 8/27-12/14 M 9:30-12:10 PM Prereq BIOL 210G Microbiology 4 8/27-12/14 F 9:30-12:10 PM Prereq. 143 Microbiology 8/27-12/14 W 9:30-12:10 PM Prereq BIOL 210G HY1 143 Microbiology 4 8/27-12/14 R&OL 9:30-12:20 PM Prereq BIOL 210G HYA 143 Microbiology 4 8/27-12/14 W&OL 5:00-7:50 PM Prereq BIOL 230G General Ecology 4 8/27-12/14 R 8:30-11:20 AM Prereq. 143 General Ecology 8/27-12/14 T 8:30-11:20 AM Prereq. BIOTECHNOLOGY BTEC 105G Intro to Biotechnology 4 8/27-12/14 WF 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 149A Intro to Biotechnology 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq BTEC 205G ZZ Bioethics 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq BTEC 210G Biotechnology Research 4 8/27-12/14 TR 12:00-4:00 PM Prereq. 149A Biotechnology Research 8/27-12/14 TR 12:00-4:00 PM Prereq BTEC 220G A 146 Biomanufacturing 4 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-9:00 PM Prereq. 149C Biomanufacturing 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-9:00 PM Prereq. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUS 110G ZZ Intro to Business 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE BUS 110G HYA 414 Intro to Business 3 8/27-10/19 M&OL 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 110G HY1 414 Intro to Business 3 9/24-12/14 W&OL 10:00-11:50 AM BUS 110G RA R135 Intro to Business (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 114G ZZ Management 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE BUS 114G Management 3 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-11:45 AM BUS 114G HYA 414 Management 3 10/22-12/14 M&OL 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 200G HYA 216 Teambuilding 3 9/24-12/14 T&OL 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 208G HYA 408 Leadership Theory & Practice 3 8/27-10/19 T&OL 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 209G HYA 408 Principles of Global Business 3 10/22-12/14 T&OL 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 210G R2 R134 Organizational Communication (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 MW 10:30-11:50 AM BUS 210G HY1 122 Organizational Communication 3 8/27-12/14 W&OL 1:30-2:50 PM BUS 211G HYA 216 Business Law 3 8/27-10/19 R&OL 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 221G HYA 216 Business Finance 3 10/22-12/14 R&OL 5:30-8:15 PM Prereq BUS 224G HY1 422 Human Resource Management 3 8/27-12/14 M&OL 1:30-2:50 PM BUS 291G ZZ Business Internship 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE CHEMISTRY CHEM 043G Developmental Chemistry 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:50 PM CHEM 043G Developmental Chemistry 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:50 PM CHEM 110G Introduction to Chemistry 4 8/27-12/14 TR 4:30-7:20 PM Prereq CHEM 115G General Chemistry I 4 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 140 General Chemistry I 8/27-12/14 W 12:00-2:50 PM Prereq. 11 Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start

13 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq CHEM 115G General Chemistry I 4 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 140 General Chemistry I 8/27-12/14 W 3:00-5:50 PM Prereq. CHEMISTRY continued CHEM 116G General Chemistry II 4 8/27-12/14 T 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 140 General Chemistry II 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq CHEM 200G Organic Chemistry 4 8/27-12/14 MW 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES CIS 107G HY1 400 Essentials of ComputerLiteracy 4 8/27-12/14 R&OL 8:00-9:50 AM Prereq CIS 107G HYA 400 Essentials of ComputerLiteracy 4 8/27-12/14 M&OL 6:00-7:50 PM Prereq CIS 110G ZZ Introduction to Computers 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq CIS 110G HYA 428 Introduction to Computers 3 8/27-12/14 W&OL 6:00-8:30 PM Prereq CIS 110G HY1 400 Introduction to Computers 3 9/24-12/14 R&OL 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq CIS 110G HY2 430 Introduction to Computers 3 9/24-12/14 F&OL 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq CIS 110G RY6 R135 Introduction to Computers (Rochester Campus) 3 10/22-12/14 MW&OL 1:00-2:30 PM Prereq CIS 111G ZZ1 Computer Technologies 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq CIS 112G ZZ Intro to Object Oriented Prog. 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq CIS 112G HY1 428 Intro to Object Oriented Prog. 3 9/24-12/14 F&OL 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq CIS 113G ZZ Database Design & Management 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE Prereq CIS 113G HY1 400 Database Design & Management 3 9/24-12/14 R&OL 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq CIS 124G HYA 428 Web Development I 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 6:00-8:30 PM Prereq CIS 148G HY1 428 Intro to Java Programming 3 8/27-12/14 W&OL 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq CIS 154G HY1 400 Comprehensive BusComputerAppl. 4 8/27-12/14 F&OL 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq CIS 156G ZZ Computer Appl. in Business 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq CIS 158G HYA 400 Introduction to C++ 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 6:00-8:30 PM Prereq CIS 248G HY1 428 Advanced Java Programming 3 8/27-12/14 W&OL 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq CIS 258G HY1 400 Advanced C++ 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq. CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRMJ 101G ZZ Intro to Criminal Justice 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE CRMJ 101G HY1 220 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 9/24-12/14 W&OL 5:00-7:50 PM CRMJ 121G HY1 426 Criminal Procedure (9/5, 9/19, 10/3, 10/17, 10/31, 11/7, 11/21, 11/28) 4 8/27-12/14 W&OL 1:00-3:50 PM CRMJ 121G ZZ Criminal Procedure 4 9/24-12/14 ONLINE CRMJ 150G HY1 220 Criminology (9/4, 9/18, 9/24, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 11/27, 12/4) 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 9:00-11:50 AM CRMJ 150G ZZ Criminology 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE CRMJ 205G HY1 220 Police Operations (9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 11/27, 12/4) 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 1:00-3:50 PM CRMJ 205G ZZ Police Operations 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE CRMJ 215G HYA 220 Corrections Operations (9/4, 9/18, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/13, 11/27, 12/4) 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 5:00-7:50 PM CRMJ 215G ZZ Corrections Operations 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE CRMJ 270G 1 Criminal Justice Internship 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-2:00 PM CRMJ 275G 1 Senior Project 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-2:00 PM CRITICAL THINKING CRIT 150G R2 R132 Critical Thinking in the Humanities (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 MW 10:30-11:40 AM Prereq CRIT 150G ZZ Critical Thinking in the Humanities 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq CRIT 150G Critical Thinking in the Humanities 3 8/27-12/14 MW 8:00-9:20 AM Prereq. DATA SCIENCE DATA 210G ZZ Elements of Data Science 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq DATA 225G ZZ Analytics Capstone 2 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq. DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY DGMT 115G HY1 430 Introduction to Graphic Design 3 10/22-12/14 T&OL 1:00-4:50 PM Prereq DGMT 125G HYA 430 Introduction to Animation 3 10/22-12/14 T&OL 5:30-9:10 PM Prereq. Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start 12

14 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq DGMT 135G HYA 430 Introduction to Photoshop 3 8/27-10/19 R&OL 5:30-9:10 PM Prereq DGMT 165G ZZ Intro to Video Production 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE Prereq. DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY continued DGMT 175G HY1 430 Adobe Illustrator 3 8/27-10/19 T&OL 1:00-4:50 PM Prereq DGMT 205G HYA 430 Advanced Photoshop 3 10/22-12/14 R&OL 5:30-9:10 PM Prereq. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ECE 100G Early Childhood Growth & Dev. 3 8/27-12/14 T 9:00-11:50 AM ECE 109G ZZ Art Music Drama & Movement 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE ECE 116G HYA 416 Child Health Safety & Nutrit. 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 6:00-8:20 PM ECE 202G HY1 416 Senior Practicum:StudentTeach. 3 8/27-12/14 M&OL 4:00-5:20 PM Prereq ECE 203G ZZ Language Arts in ECE 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq ECE 212G HY1 416 Senior Practicum: Prof. Dev 3 8/27-12/14 M&OL 4:00-5:20 PM Prereq ECE 214G HYA 416 App. Disc. & Guid./Young Child 3 8/27-12/14 M&OL 6:00-8:20 PM Prereq ECE 250G ZZ Childcare Admin & Management 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq. ECONOMICS ECON 225G ZZ Personal Finance 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE ECON 225G Personal Finance 3 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-11:45 AM ECON 234G ZZ Macroeconomics 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE ECON 234G Macroeconomics 3 8/27-12/14 TR 8:30-9:50 AM ECON 234G HYB 420 Macroeconomics 3 8/27-10/19 W&OL 5:30-8:15 PM ECON 235G Microeconomics 3 8/27-12/14 TR 10:30-11:50 AM Prereq ECON 235G HYB 218 Microeconomics 3 10/22-12/14 W&OL 5:30-8:15 PM Prereq. ENGLISH ENGL 099G R5 R156 Dev College Writing Skills II (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq ENGL 099G Dev College Writing Skills II 4 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq ENGL 099G Dev College Writing Skills II 4 8/27-12/14 WF 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq ENGL 099G Dev College Writing Skills II 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq ENGL 099G A 402 Dev College Writing Skills II 4 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-6:50 PM Prereq ENGL 099G Dev College Writing Skills II 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq ENGL 110G R2 R132 College Composition I (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-12/14 MW 8:00-9:50 AM Prereq ENGL 110G RC R138 College Composition I (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-6:50 PM Prereq ENGL 110G ZZ College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq ENGL 110G ZZ1 College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-3:00 PM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 W 8:00-11:40 AM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:40 AM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 M 8:00-11:40 AM Prereq ENGL 110G B 312 College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-6:50 PM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-4:45 PM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-11:40 AM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 F 12:00-3:50 PM Prereq ENGL 110G A 408 College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-6:50 PM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:40 AM Prereq ENGL 110G College Composition I 4 9/24-12/14 TR 10:00-12:20 PM Prereq ENGL 115G Introduction to Film Studies 3 8/27-12/14 R 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq ENGL 117G Introduction to Literature 3 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 13 Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start

15 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq ENGL 209G ZZ American Literature Through Civil War 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq ENGL 210G A 216 Oral Communications 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:30-8:20 PM Prereq ENGL 210G Oral Communications 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:45 PM Prereq ENGL 210G Oral Communications 3 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-11:45 AM Prereq ENGL 212G Women's Literature 3 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq ENGL 213G A 402 Creative Writing 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:00-7:45 PM Prereq ENGL 214G R3 R132 Intro to Creative Nonfiction (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 M 5:00-7:50 PM Prereq ENGL 214G ZZ Intro to Creative Nonfiction 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq ENGL 214G Intro to Creative Nonfiction 3 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:20 AM Prereq ENGL 214G Intro to Creative Nonfiction 3 8/27-12/14 F 9:00-11:40 AM Prereq ENGL 215G A 312 Writing Technical Documents 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:30-8:20 PM Prereq. FIRST YEAR SEMINAR FYE 101G First Year Seminar 1 10/22-12/14 R 3:00-4:50 PM FYE 111G HY1 414 First Year Seminar BUS HOSP 1 8/27-10/19 W&OL 8:00-9:20 AM FYE 111G HY2 414 First Year Seminar BUS HOSP 1 10/22-12/14 M&OL 4:00-5:20 PM FYE 112G First Year Seminar Psychology 1 8/27-10/19 W 1:00-2:50 PM FYE 114G First Year Seminar Engineering 1 8/27-10/19 T 8:00-9:50 AM FYE 115G First Year Seminar Fine Arts 1 8/27-10/19 T 1:00-2:50 PM FYE 116G ZZ First Year Seminar Nursing 1 8/27-10/19 ONLINE FYE 150G Essential Skills/Col. Success 3 9/24-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 PM GEOGRAPHY GEOG 110G A 424 World Geography 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:00-7:45 PM HISTORY HIST 120G Western Civiliztn through /27-12/14 M 1:00-3:45 PM HIST 130G R1 R156 Western Civ to present (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:45 PM HIST 130G A 310 Western Civ to present 3 9/24-12/14 W 5:00-8:40 PM HIST 202G ZZ US History to /27-12/14 ONLINE HIST 202G US History to /27-12/14 R 1:00-3:45 PM HIST 204G US History to present 3 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-10:45 AM HIST 204G A 310 US History to present 3 8/27-12/14 T 6:00-8:45 PM HIST 210G History of China 3 8/27-12/14 W 8:00-10:45 AM HOMELAND SECURITY HMSC 110G ZZ Intro to Homeland Security 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE HMSC 115G ZZ Crisis Planning/Operations/Mgt 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT HOS 110G Intro to Hospitality Mgmt 3 8/27-12/14 M 9:30-12:00 PM HOS 150G HY1 103 Hotel Operations 3 9/24-12/14 M&OL 1:00-2:50 PM HOS 210G ZZ Customer Service 3 8/27-10/19 ONLINE HOS 215G A 103 Planning Meeting & Conventions 3 8/27-12/14 T 6:00-8:45 PM HOS 230G HY1 103 Restaurant Dev. & Strat. Plan. 3 9/24-12/14 M&OL 3:00-4:50 PM HOS 255G HY1 103 Catering Sales & Event Mgmt 3 9/24-12/14 M&OL 5:00-6:50 PM HOS 275G ZZ Professional Development 3 10/22-12/14 ONLINE HOS 280G ZZ Hospitality Industry Internshp 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE INSURANCE INSR 120G Intro to Risk Mgmt & Insurance 3 8/27-10/19 TR 9:00-11:45 AM Prereq INSR 123G Commercial Insurance 3 10/22-12/14 TR 9:00-11:45 AM Prereq. INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY IST 112G R2 R135 Applied Logic (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-4:40 PM IST 112G Applied Logic 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-4:40 PM Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start 14

16 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq IST 113G IT EssentialsHardware&Software 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-4:40 PM IST 122G RB R135 Introduction to Networks (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 T 5:00-8:40 PM IST 122G Introduction to Networks 3 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-4:40 PM IST 122G A 121 Introduction to Networks 3 8/27-10/19 MW 6:00-9:40 PM IST 123G A 121 Routing & Switching Essentials 3 10/22-12/14 MW 6:00-9:40 PM Prereq IST 161G A 120 Intro to Information Assurance 3 8/27-12/14 R 6:00-9:40 PM IST 222G A 120 Scaling Networks 3 8/27-10/19 MW 6:00-9:40 PM Prereq IST 223G A 120 Connecting Networks 3 10/22-12/14 MW 6:00-9:40 PM Prereq IST 245G A 121 Information Storage and Mgmt 3 8/27-12/14 R 6:00-9:40 PM Prereq IST 251G A 121 Windows NOS Services 3 8/27-12/14 T 6:00-9:40 PM Prereq IST 264G A 120 ConfigurationSecurityAppliance 3 8/27-12/14 T 6:00-9:40 PM Prereq. LANGUAGES ASL 110G American Sign Language I 3 8/27-12/14 TR 3:00-4:20 PM SPAN 110G Spanish I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 3:30-5:20 PM MANUFACTURING MANF 135G RA R163 Technical Math for Mfg. (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-10/19 MW 5:00-8:15 PM Prereq MANF 266G RA R134 CNC Programming (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-10/19 MW 5:00-9:00 PM Prereq. MARKETING MKTG 101G HY1 414 Introduction to Marketing 3 9/24-12/14 M&OL 10:00-11:50 AM MKTG 101G HYA 420 Introduction to Marketing 3 9/24-12/14 R&OL 5:30-7:20 PM MKTG 201G HYA 216 Business Relationship Mgmt 3 8/27-10/19 M&OL 5:30-6:50 PM Prereq. 428 Business Relationship Mgmt 10/22-12/14 M&OL 5:30-6:50 PM Prereq. MASSAGE THERAPY MASS 150G HY1 129 Physiology of Wellness 2 8/27-10/19 T&OL 8:00-10:00 AM Prereq MASS 161G Principles of Massage Therapy 2 8/27-12/14 M 8:00-9:50 AM Prereq MASS 162G EssentialsofMassageApplication 2 8/27-12/14 W 8:00-11:50 AM Prereq MASS 171G StructuralAnatomyandPhysiology 4 8/27-12/14 R 8:00-1:00 PM Prereq MASS 181G HY1 129 Pathology and Massage I 2 10/22-12/14 T&OL 8:00-10:00 AM Prereq MATHEMATICS MATH 080G R3 R134 Skills For College Math (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:20 PM Prereq MATH 080G Skills For College Math 3 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:20 PM Prereq MATH 080G Skills For College Math 3 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:20 AM Prereq MATH 080G Skills For College Math 3 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-4:20 PM Prereq MATH 080G B 404 Skills For College Math 3 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-6:20 PM Prereq MATH 080G R2 R132 Skills For College Math (Rochester Campus) 3 9/24-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq MATH 080G Skills For College Math 3 9/24-12/14 MW 8:00-9:50 AM Prereq MATH 145G R3 R135 Quantitative Reasoning (Rochester Campus) 4 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 145G ZZ Quantitative Reasoning 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq MATH 145G Quantitative Reasoning 4 8/27-12/14 TR 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 145G A 404 Quantitative Reasoning 4 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-6:50 PM Prereq MATH 145G Quantitative Reasoning 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq MATH 145G Quantitative Reasoning 4 9/24-12/14 MW 8:30-11:00 AM Prereq MATH 145G Quantitative Reasoning 4 9/24-12/14 TR 1:00-3:30 PM Prereq MATH 147G R1 R158 Quantitative Reasoning Plus (Rochester Campus) 5 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-3:20 PM Prereq MATH 147G Quantitative Reasoning Plus 5 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-3:30 PM Prereq MATH 147G Quantitative Reasoning Plus 5 9/24-12/14 TR 8:00-11:00 AM Prereq MATH 147G A 412 Quantitative Reasoning Plus 5 8/27-12/14 MW 5:30-8:10 PM Prereq MATH 150G College Algebra 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq 15 Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start

17 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq MATH 150G College Algebra 4 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 150G A 410 College Algebra 4 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-6:50 PM Prereq MATH 150G College Algebra 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq MATH 152G R1 R134 College Algebra Plus (Rochester Campus) 5 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-3:20 PM Prereq MATH 152G College Algebra Plus 5 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-12:20 PM Prereq MATH 152G College Algebra Plus 5 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-5:20 PM Prereq MATH 170G ZZ Discrete Mathematics 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq MATH 170G Discrete Mathematics 4 8/27-12/14 TR 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 210G Pre-Calculus 4 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq MATH 210G Pre-Calculus 4 8/27-12/14 TR 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 215G Finite Mathematics 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq MATH 215G Finite Mathematics 4 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 225G ZZ Probability and Statistics 4 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq MATH 225G Probability and Statistics 4 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq MATH 225G Probability and Statistics 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq MATH 225G HYA 406 Probability and Statistics 4 8/27-12/14 M&OL 5:30-7:50 PM Prereq MATH 225G Probability and Statistics 4 9/24-12/14 TR 9:30-12:00 PM Prereq MATH 230G Calculus I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq MATH 245G Introduction to Linear Algebra 4 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq MATH 250G Calculus II 4 8/27-12/14 TR 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq MATH 270G Calculus of Several Variables 4 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq. MOTORCYCLE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE Located at Seacoast Harley Davidson MOTR 110G 1 ProductPDI&Dealer Experience (Seacoast Harley Davidson) 4 9/17-12/14 R 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. ProductPDI&Dealer Experience 9/17-12/14 R 12:30-5:30 PM Prereq MOTR 120G 1 Powertrains:EngDrivetrnTrans (Seacoast Harley Davidson) 4 9/24-12/14 T 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. Powertrains:EngDrivetrnTrans 9/24-12/14 T 12:30-5:30 PM Prereq MOTR 130G 1 Electrical Sys & ElectrSvcProc (Seacoast Harley Davidson) 4 9/24-12/14 W 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq Electrical Sys & ElectrSvcProc 9/24-12/14 W 12:30-5:30 PM Prereq. NATURAL RESOURCES NATR 100G Natural Resources Stewardship 4 8/27-12/14 F 8:30-4:00 PM NATR 105G Sustainable Agric & Food Syst 4 8/27-12/14 MW 2:30-3:50 PM 424 Sustainable Agric & Food Syst 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:29 PM NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING Rochester Campus NDT 110G R1 R158 Intro: Nondestructive Testing (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-8:50 PM Prereq. NURSING (Clinical days and times are subject to change and based on availability) NURS 111G Nursing I 9 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-10:50 AM Prereq. 125 Nursing I 8/27-12/14 M 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 125 Nursing I 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq NURS 111G 2 Nursing I - Clinical A - Off Campus 8/27-12/14 W 7:00-2:00 PM Prereq NURS 111G 3 Nursing I - Clinical B - Off Campus 8/27-12/14 T 7:00-2:00 PM Prereq NURS 111G Nursing I - Lab A 8/27-12/14 T 9:00-11:30 AM Prereq NURS 111G Nursing I - Lab B 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:30 AM Prereq NURS 111G Nursing I - Lab A 8/27-12/14 T 12:30-3:00 PM Prereq NURS 111G Nursing I - Lab B 8/27-12/14 W 12:30-3:00 PM Prereq NURS 211G Nursing III 9 8/27-12/14 MR 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq. Nursing III (Off Campus) 8/27-12/14 TW 7:00-3:00 PM Prereq. Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start 16

18 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq. PHILOSOPHY PHIL 110G Introduction to Philosophy 3 8/27-12/14 M 9:00-11:45 AM PHIL 240G R4 R158 Ethics (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:45 AM PHIL 240G A 220 Ethics 3 8/27-12/14 R 6:00-8:45 PM PHIL 240G Ethics 3 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:45 AM PHIL 240G Ethics 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:30-4:15 PM PHIL 240G Ethics 3 10/22-12/14 TR 1:00-3:45 PM PHYSICS PHYS 135G College Physics I 4 8/27-12/14 MW 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 412 College Physics I 8/27-12/14 MW 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq PHYS 290G University Physics I 4 8/27-12/14 TR 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 412 University Physics I 8/27-12/14 TR 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. POLITICAL SCIENCE POLS 110G American Government 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:45 PM PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 110G ZZ Introduction to Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE PSYC 110G Introduction to Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 R 8:00-10:45 AM PSYC 110G Introduction to Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-10:45 AM PSYC 110G Introduction to Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 F 1:00-3:45 PM PSYC 110G E 422 Introduction to Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 M 5:00-7:45 PM PSYC 110G RA R163 Introduction to Psychology (Rochester Campus) 3 9/24-12/14 R 5:00-8:45 PM PSYC 110G Introduction to Psychology 3 9/24-12/14 TR 1:00-2:50 PM PSYC 110G B 422 Introduction to Psychology 3 9/24-12/14 W 6:00-8:45 PM PSYC 140G Introduction to Social Work 3 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-3:45 PM PSYC 205G ZZ Crisis Intervention 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq PSYC 210G ZZ Human Growth & Development 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq PSYC 210G Human Growth & Development 3 8/27-12/14 R 1:00-3:45 PM Prereq PSYC 210G A 426 Human Growth & Development 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:00-7:45 PM Prereq PSYC 210G ZZ1 Human Growth & Development 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE Prereq PSYC 210G Human Growth & Development 3 9/24-12/14 W 8:00-11:40 AM Prereq PSYC 215G R1 R158 Abnormal Psychology (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 W 8:00-10:45 AM Prereq PSYC 215G Abnormal Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-10:45 AM Prereq PSYC 215G ZZ Abnormal Psychology 3 9/24-12/14 ONLINE Prereq PSYC 230G ZZ Educational Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq PSYC 235G ZZ Health Psychology 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq PSYC 241G HYA 202 Social Science Research Method 3 8/27-12/14 W&OL 5:00-7:45 PM Prereq PSYC 281G ZZ Psychology Internship 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE Prereq. SOCIOLOGY SOCI 110G R1 R135 Sociology (Rochester Campus) 3 8/27-12/14 F 12:30-3:10 PM SOCI 110G ZZ Sociology 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE SOCI 110G Sociology 3 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-3:45 PM SOCI 110G Sociology 3 9/24-12/14 M 8:00-11:40 AM SOCI 110G A 424 Sociology 3 10/22-12/14 TR 5:00-7:45 PM SOCI 116G HY1 402 Sports & Society 3 9/24-12/14 F&OL 10:30-12:00 PM SOCI 120G ZZ Society and Technological Chng 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE SOCI 120G Society and Technological Chng 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:45 PM SOCI 120G A 418 Society and Technological Chng 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:00-7:45 PM SOCI 120G Society and Technological Chng 3 9/24-12/14 TR 3:00-5:00 PM SOCI 135G 1 Sociology of Gender 3 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-2:20 PM 17 Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start

19 CRN CRSE SECT ROOM TITLE CR TERM DAYS TIMES Prereq. SOCIOLOGY continued SOCI 136G ZZ Children&Media:Diversity Issue 3 8/27-12/14 ONLINE SOCI 250G Multi Ethnic Cross-Cult Rel. 3 8/27-12/14 M 1:00-3:50 PM SPORTS MANAGEMENT SPTS 101G Intro to Sports Management 3 9/24-12/14 MW 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq. SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY SURG 115G Basic Instr Supplies & Equip 1 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq SURG 118G HY1 306 Surg Tech Fundamentals Lecture 6 8/27-12/14 T&OL 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq SURG 119G Surg Tech Fund Lab A-Morning (Use Both Rooms) 1 8/27-12/14 W 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq. 306 Surg Tech Fund Lab A-Morning Prereq SURG 119G Surg Tech Fund Lab B-Afternoon (Use Both Rooms) 1 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 306 Surg Tech Fund Lab B-Afternoon Prereq SURG 210G HY1 306 Surgical Procedures II (Meets 8/27, 9/24, 10/22, 11/19, 12/10) 3 8/27-12/14 M&OL 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq SURG 215G 1 Surgical Clinical I (Off Campus) 8 8/27-12/14 TWR 7:00-3:00 PM Prereq. TEACHER PREPARATION TCHP 101G Intro to Exceptionalities 3 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:45 AM TCHP 104G HY1 418 Foundations of Education 3 8/27-12/14 T&OL 9:00-11:45 AM VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY VETN 110G Intro to Veterinary Technology 2 8/27-12/14 T 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq VETN 112G Comp. Appl. in Vet. Medicine 1 8/27-12/14 M 2:30-3:20 PM Prereq VETN 112G HY1 400 Comp. Appl. in Vet. Medicine (Meets 8/28, 9/25, 10/30, 11/27) 1 8/27-12/14 T&OL 9:00-9:50 AM Prereq VETN 210G Veterinary Clinical Methods II (Must Choose Lab A or B) 4 8/27-12/14 MF 8:30-9:50 AM Prereq VETN 210G Vet Clinical Methods II- Lab A 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:50 PM Prereq. 154A Vet Clinical Methods II- Lab A 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:50 PM Prereq VETN 210G Vet Clinical Methods II- Lab B 8/27-12/14 R 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. 154A Vet Clinical Methods II- Lab B 8/27-12/14 R 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq VETN 212G Laboratory Animal Science (Must Choose Lab A or B) 3 8/27-12/14 W 8:00-9:50 AM Prereq VETN 212G 2 154A Lab Animal Science - Lab A 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq VETN 212G 3 154A Lab Animal Science - Lab B 8/27-12/14 W 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq VETN 214G Veterinary Pharmacology II 1 8/27-12/14 F 10:00-10:50 AM Prereq VETN 215G Large Animal Management (Must Choose Lab A or B) 3 8/27-12/14 W 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq VETN 215G 2 154A Large Animal Mgmt - Lab A 8/27-12/14 W 1:00-2:50 PM Prereq VETN 215G 3 154A Large Animal Mgmt - Lab B 8/27-12/14 W 3:00-4:50 PM Prereq VETN 220G Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Must Choose Lab A or B) 3 8/27-12/14 M 10:00-11:50 AM Prereq VETN 220G 2 154A Vet Clinical Pathology - Lab A 8/27-12/14 T 9:00-11:50 AM Prereq VETN 220G 3 154A Vet Clinical Pathology - Lab B 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:50 PM Prereq. WELDING TECHNOLOGY (Located at Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter) WELD 100G 1 Basic Welding Technologies (Seacoast School of Technology - Exeter) 6 9/17-12/14 TR 4:30-9:00 PM Prereq. Online Hybrid Custom Full Term 1 st Half 2 nd Half Late Start 18

20 ROCHESTER CAMPUS The award winning Advanced Technology & Academic Center in Rochester is an extension of Great Bay Community College with a focus on technical, composites manufacturing, CNC, and nondestructive testing as well as academic courses that that serve job seekers and business owners from New England and beyond. Short-term certificates and stackable credentials allow for flexibility to meet the growing and rapidly changing needs of skilled workers in technical fields today. Credit Programs Advanced Composites Manufacturing Explore multiple career options in advanced manufacturing and earn your certificate in as little 6 months. The certificate prepares students for jobs in composites manufacturing at several large NH companies with expanding workforce needs, inspection & quality control careers, or entry-level CNC operator positions. All positions are in high and increasing demand. Nondestructive Testing (NDT) NDT is used to test and troubleshoot materials and products to assure safety. NDT methods are required in many industries, including aerospace, automotive and energy development. The new program targets students who have an interest in technology, inspection, and quality assurance. Students are prepared to enter the high demand and well-paying careers in nondestructive testing. Computer Numeric Control (CNC) The new CNC program offered in Rochester is designed specifically to prepare participants for jobs as computer-controlled milling machine operators for metal and plastic. Students learn basic skills, including milling, inspection, and computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing. Courses in this certificate prepare students for entry level jobs as CNC operators. Also, the program offers higher level courses for experienced CNC operators to help advance their careers. Non-credit Continuing Education Programs Whether you are looking to advance your career or an employer looking to develop the skill set of current employees or new hires, we offer short-term training and professional development programs to meet your needs. Medical Assistant Training Our training program trains students to assist physicians with administrative and clinical responsibilities and prepares them for the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam. Advanced Manufacturing We offer Advanced Manufacturing training courses including Blueprint Reading, Inspection, and GD & T, Solidworks, as well as Advanced CNC and courses in Nondestructive Testing methods for career advancement. Supervision for Technical Fields Our highly interactive Supervision for Technical Fields program trains employees on improving supervision skills such as delegation, coaching, communication and conflict resolution. Now accepting applications for the next Advanced Composites Manufacturing credit programs starting in June 2018, September 2018 and February For more information or to attend a Weekly Info Session visit greatbay.edu/atac or call (603) For more information on all short-term program offerings at ATAC, visit Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended GBCC Gainful Employment (Certificate) programs may be found at

21 ROCHESTER CAMPUS SCHEDULE CRN COURSE TITLE CREDITS DATES DAYS TIMES Advanced Composites Manufacturing Program Courses (P)-Prerequisite ACM 110G Intro to Advanced Composites (P) 3 10/22-12/14 MW 8:00-1:00 PM ACM 110G Intro to Advanced Composites (P) 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:00-6:00 PM Intro to Advanced Composites (P) 8/27-12/14 M 5:00-9:00 PM ACM 115G Appl. Math & Meas. for Mfg. (P) 2 10/22-12/14 MW 1:10-4:10 PM ACM 115G Appl. Math & Meas. for Mfg. (P) 2 8/27-12/14 W 6:10-9:00 PM ACM 120G Technical Blueprint Reading (P) 2 10/22-12/14 TR 8:50-12:00 PM ACM 120G Technical Blueprint Reading (P) 2 8/27-12/14 T 5:00-8:00 PM ACM 210G Fund.Composites Manufacturing (P) 4 8/27-10/19 TR 9:00-2:00 PM ACM 230G Manufacturing Ethics 1 8/27-10/19 M 8:00-10:15 AM ACM 253G Bonding & Finishing Operator (P) 2 10/22-12/14 TR 12:00-4:00 PM ACM 254G Quality Inspection & CMM Oper. (P) 3 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-7:00 PM ACM 255G Comp. CNC Milling & Set-up Operator (P) 6 8/27-12/14 MW 4:30-8:45 PM ACM 257G High Perf. Comp. Fabrication (P) 2 10/22-12/14 MW 5:00-9:00 PM ACM 265G Multi Axis CNC Milling (P) 4 8/27-12/14 TR 5:00-8:00 PM MANF 135G Technical Math for Mfg. (P) 3 8/27-10/19 MW 5:00-8:15 PM MANF 266G CNC Programming (P) 3 8/27-10/19 MW 5:00-9:00 PM NDT 110G Intro: Nondestructive Testing (P) 3 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-8:50 PM Academic Course Offerings (P)-Prerequisite ANTH 105G IntroEthnography:World of Work 4 8/27-12/14 F 8:00-11:40 AM BUS 110G Intro to Business 3 8/27-12/14 W 5:30-8:15 PM BUS 210G Organizational Communication 3 8/27-12/14 MW 10:30-11:50 AM CIS 110G Introduction to Computers (P) 3 10/22-12/14 MW&OL 1:00-2:30 PM CRIT 150G Critical Thinking in Humanities 3 8/27-12/14 MW 10:30-11:40 AM ENGL 099G Dev College Writing Skills II (P) 4 8/27-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 AM ENGL 110G College Composition I (P) 4 8/27-12/14 MW 8:00-9:50 AM ENGL 110G College Composition I (P) 4 8/27-12/14 MW 5:00-6:50 PM ENGL 214G Intro to Creative Nonfiction (P) 3 8/27-12/14 M 5:00-7:50 PM HIST 130G Western Civ to present 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-3:45 PM IST 112G Applied Logic 3 8/27-12/14 T 1:00-4:40 PM IST 122G Introduction to Networks 3 8/27-12/14 T 5:00-8:40 PM MATH 080G Skills For College Math (P) 3 9/24-12/14 TR 10:00-11:50 AM MATH 080G Skills For College Math (P) 3 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-2:20 PM MATH 145G Quantitative Reasoning (P) 4 8/27-12/14 MW 3:00-4:50 PM MATH 147G Quantitative Reasoning Plus (P) 5 8/27-12/14 TR 1:00-3:20 PM MATH 152G College Algebra Plus (P) 5 8/27-12/14 MW 1:00-3:20 PM PHIL 240G Ethics 3 8/27-12/14 R 9:00-11:45 AM PSYC 110G Introduction to Psychology 3 9/24-12/14 R 5:00-8:45 PM PSYC 215G Abnormal Psychology (P) 3 8/27-12/14 W 8:00-10:45 AM SOCI 110G Sociology 3 8/27-12/14 F 12:30-3:10 PM Business and Training Center Courses and Programs Non-credit (see more BTC courses at Portsmouth on page 24) NCBU 126G Frontline Supervision NC 9/26-10/18 WR 9:00-12:00 PM NCBU 127G Smart Supervision for Managers NC 10/24-11/15 WR 9:00-12:00 PM NCHC 140G Medical Assistant Cert. Trng. NC 10/29-12/21 MTWR 8:30-4:30 PM Medical Assistant Cert. Trng. NC 10/29-12/21 F 8:00-4:00 PM NCMH 070G Developmental Mathematics NC 9/24-12/14 TR 1:00-3:00 PM NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills NC 9/4-9/25 MTWRF 9:00-2:00 PM NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills NC 10/29-11/20 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM NCAM 320G Introduction to Solid Works NC 10/22-12/14 MW 6:00-8:00 PM

22 WorkReadyNH Tuition FREE Professional Skills training for NH residents, age 18+ WorkReadyNH helps job seekers and employees improve their skills and add the National Career Readiness Certificate credential to their resume. Skill-building modules for Applied Math, Reading for Information, and Locating Information are fully online, self-paced, and convenient. Core and interpersonal skills are developed through a 60-hour workplace simulated course. An instructor facilitates activities that emphasize workplace behaviors such as communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and team building skills. Skill-building modules for Applied Math, Workplace Documents, and Graphic Literacy are online, self-paced and convenient. Eligibility: must be a NH resident, age 18+, not a full time student (not enrolled in high school or more than 12 college credits). HiSET/GED students are eligible. Contact the WorkReadyNH Center at (Portsmouth or Rochester) to enroll in FREE training today. WorkReadyNH For more WorkReadyNH information, please contact: CRN CRSE PORTSMOUTH CAMPUS DATES DAYS TIMES TUITION NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills 9/18-11/8 TR 5:00-9:00 PM $ NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills 10/1-10/22 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM $ NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills 11/26-12/17 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM $0 CRN CRSE ROCHESTER CAMPUS DATES DAYS TIMES TUITION NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills 9/3-9/25 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM $ NCPD 246G WorkReadyNH Soft Skills 10/29-11/20 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM $0 Business & Training Center Online Non-Credit Professional Development Fall 2018 Business Certificate in Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers Utilize financial information to aid in effective decision making. $495 Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers 9/4 9/28 $195 Cash is King 10/1 10/26 $195 Financial Analysis and Planning for Non-Financial Managers 11/5 11/30 $195 Certificate in Data Analysis Learn how to analyze data to see trends and make predictions to make good business decisions. $495 Introduction to Data Analysis 9/4 9/28 $195 Intermediate Data Analysis 10/1 10/26 $195 Advanced Data Analysis 11/5 11/30 $195 Certificate in Office Operations Increase the productivity of every person in your organization with strategies and benchmarks of $495 office operations. Office Operations 9/4 9/28 $195 Cybersecurity for Managers 10/1 10/26 $195 Embracing Sustainability in the Workplace 11/5 11/30 $195 Certificate in Sales Increase your success with skills in relationship management, prospecting, customer management, and $495 delivering a compelling sales presentation. Strategic Selling with Social Media 9/4 9/28 $195 Getting Started in Sale 10/1 10/26 $195 Power Selling 11/5 11/30 $195 The Basics of Bookkeeping Learn the basics of accounting & financial ledgers to maintain monthly records & a chart of accounts to match your business. 10/1-10/26 $195 New! Foundations of Supply Chain Management Create a customer-focused strategy for your supply chain. 10/1 10/26 Legal Office Administration Become an exceptional legal practitioner in an administrative capacity. 11/5 11/30 $245 New! Productivity & Time Management Certificate Boost your productivity by managing your time better and increase profitability & $595 organizational success with outcomes and results. New 21 st Century Strategies for Productivity & Time Management 9/4 9/28 $195 Productivity etools 10/1 10/26 $245 Managing Productivity 11/5 11/30 $245 Business Communication Certificate in Business Writing Move forward in your career with the keys to successful writing in the workplace. $495 Business Writing 9/4 9/28 $195 Effective Copywriting 10/1 10/26 $195 Writing News and Press Releases 11/5 11/30 $195 Certificate in Customer Service Learn to retain customers, serve your audience & turn inquiries into sales $245

23 Keys to Customer Service 9/4 9/28 $145 Extraordinary Customer Service 10/1 10/26 $145 Certificate in Presentation Media Enhance your message with design elements for visual presentations using any medium $495 Infographics 9/4 9/28 $195 Photoshop for Presentations 10/1 10/26 $195 Graphic Design for Visual Presentations 11/5 11/30 $195 New! Customer Service Leadership Develop people and processes for outstanding customer service. 10/1 10/26 $195 Management Certificate in Non-Profit Administration Improve your revenue generation and evaluation planning $595 Revenue Generation for Non-Profits 9/4 10/26 $495 Program Evaluation for Nonprofit Professionals 11/5 11/26 $295 Certificate in Project Management Learn the skills, tools and templates to confidently develop and maintain a project $495 Introduction to Project Management 9/4 9/28 $195 Project Management Processes 10/1 10/26 $195 Project Management Knowledge Areas 11/5 11/30 $195 Lean Six Sigma Attack inefficiencies, no-value added wastes, flow of information or materials, non-productive time, data storage, stacks of inventory, overproduction and extra processing. Applicable to both service and manufacturing industries. No pre-requisites required! 11/5 11/30 $245 Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate Benefit your organization with problem-solving skills using the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, $495 Improve & Control) model. Although not required, you are encouraged to have a project during the course. Introduction to Six Sigma Green Belt 9/4 9/28 $195 Intermediate Six Sigma Green Belt 10/1 10/26 $195 Advanced Six Sigma Green Belt 11/5 11/30 $195 New Media Marketing Digital Marketing Certificate Learn the basics of emarketing and improve your response rates. $495 Improving Promotions 9/4 9/28 $195 Boosting Your Website Traffic 10/1 10/26 $195 Online Advertising 11/5 11/30 $195 Certificate in Google Tools Using google tools can mean greater productivity, effectiveness and even profitability in your work. $495 Google Analytics 9/4 9/28 $195 Google Apps for Business 10/1 10/26 $195 Google + 11/5 11/30 $195 Inbound Marketing Certificate Discover how to implement lead-nurturing campaigns that result in sales $495 Introduction to Inbound Marketing 9/4 9/28 $195 Content Marketing 10/1 10/26 $195 Advanced Inbound Marketing 11/5 11/30 $195 Mobile Marketing Certificate Learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new $595 ones Introduction to Mobile Marketing 9/4 9/28 $195 Creating Cell Phone Apps for your Business 10/1 10/26 $245 Advanced Mobile Marketing 11/5 11/30 $245 Podcasting Grow your brand and connect with customers by creating a podcast that will let them know who you are. 9/4 9/28 $245 Mastering Video Marketing Learn how to create videos that tell your story and connect with people $395 Video Marketing 9/4 9/28 $245 YouTube for Business 10/1 10/26 $245 Social Media for Business Instagram for Business With over 100 million users, Instagram is a marketing gold mine. Discover ways to have your audience generate excellent content for you. Build your community while doing it. 9/4 9/28 $195 Managing Social Media Platforms Certificate Get practical, how-to techniques to integrate social networks into your organization $495 Twitter 9/4 9/28 $195 Facebook for Business 10/1 10/26 $245 Linkedin for Business 11/5 11/30 $195 Social Media for Business Certificate Get in on this exciting and growing way to communicate, market, and serve your customers $495 and clients. Introduction to Social Media 9/4 9/28 $195 Marketing Using Social Media 10/1 10/26 $195 Integrating Social Media in Your Organization 11/5 11/30 $195 For Online Registration and More Information

24 Business Healthcare Law Enforcement 23 Business and Training Center Entry Level Police Exam - Take your first step toward a career in law enforcement. Design Your Path to Non-Credit Professional Development: Fall 2018 Success Community Leadership and Nonprofit Management - Learn strategies and practice techniques to develop valuable relationships and increase organizational effectiveness. Microsoft Office - Discover all Excel can do for you in a beginner, intermediate or advanced course. Wow your audiences with engaging PowerPoint presentations. Supervision - For those newly appointed or aspiring to a supervisory role Get started with the basics and move on to advanced. NEW! Home Health Aide Apprenticeship Class - Learn and earn in the classroom instructional portion of this apprenticeship program. Licensed Nursing Assistant - Learn how to care for residents in long-term care facilities and become eligible for the NH licensing exam. Medical Assistant Training Program - Join the rewarding field of allied healthcare and be part this fastgrowing occupation. Medical Office Specialist Certificate Training Become a sought-after medical office specialist by attaining medical administrative skills with specific knowledge of anatomy, medical ethics, medical terminology, electronic medical records and integrated administrative procedures used in a medical office, clinic or hospital setting. This program is designed to meet the skills sets required by regional employers and preparation for the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CMAA) national Exam. For Complete Program Info and Course Descriptions visit: Technology CNC Production Certificate Program Train to become an entry-level CNC operator in this eight-week full-time boot camp that combines handson training and education with the potential to enter a US Dept. of Labor registered apprenticeship program. Outdoor Power Equipment Program - Acquire skills to maintain and repair a variety of outdoor power equipment at home or as a professional. Solidworks Interested in 3D design? Explore a career in product engineering, programming, designing or drafting and prepare for the Certified Solidworks Associate Exam Transition Program for Young Adults Project SEARCH Seacoast NH -Youth in transition experience work immersion at Portsmouth Regional Hospital to learn employability and independent living skills in preparation for competitive employment To register, please visit:

25 Business & Training Center Non-Credit Professional Development FALL 2018 CRN CRSE TITLE DATES DAYS TIMES TUITION BUSINESS TRAINING Communication & Supervision NCBU 126G Frontline Supervision (Rochester Campus) 9/26-10/18 WR 9:00-12:00 PM $ NCBU 127G Smart Supervision for Managers (Rochester Campus) 10/24-11/15 WR 9:00-12:00 PM $ Microsoft (R) Office NCCP 121G Introduction to Excel 10/9-10/10 TW 9:00-12:00 PM $ NCCP 122G Intermediate Excel 10/16-10/17 TW 9:00-12:00 PM $ NCCP 123G Advanced Excel 10/23-10/24 TW 9:00-12:00 PM $ NCCP 126G PowerPoint 10/30-10/31 TW 9:00-12:00 PM $ Community Leadership & Nonprofit Management NCBU 170G Intro to Nonprofit Management 9/17-10/8 M 6:00-9:00 PM $ NCBU 171G Fundraising for Nonprofit Orgs 9/19-10/10 W 6:00-9:00 PM $ NCBU 172G Grant Writing 10/15-11/5 M 6:00-9:00 PM $ NCBU 173G Leadership in Nonprofit Orgs. 10/16-11/6 T 6:00-9:00 PM $ NCBU 174G Community & Civic Engagement 10/17-11/7 W 6:00-9:00 PM $ HEALTHCARE Home Health Aide NCHC 131G Home Health Aide R.A. Course 9/4-2/28 TR 9:00-12:00 PM $1, Red Cross Nursing Assistant Program Register at the Red Cross x215 N/A N/A LNA Red Cross Nursing Assistant - Evenings TBA MTWR TBA $1,400 Medical Assistant Training Program NCHC 141G Medical Assistant Practicum (Off Campus) 9/24-10/26 MTWRF 8:00-5:00 PM $ NCHC 140G Medical Assistant Certificate Training (Rochester Campus) 10/29-12/21 MTWR 8:30-4:30 PM $5, Medical Assistant Certificate Training (Rochester Campus) 10/29-12/21 F 8:00-4:00 PM NCHC 140G Medical Assistant Certificate Training 10/29-12/21 MTWR 9:00-5:00 PM $5, Medical Assistant Certificate Training 10/29-12/21 F 8:00-4:00 PM Medical Office Specialist Certificate Training NCHC 145G Medical Office Specialist 9/4-11/29 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM $4, NCHC 145G Medical Office Specialist 12/3-2/21 MTWR 9:00-2:00 PM $4, Workforce Transition Program for Young Adults NCHC 033G SEARCH I 9/4-12/21 MTWRF 9:00-3:00 PM $7, LAW ENFORCEMENT Great Bay Police Testing Alliance NCPT 004G Entry-level Police Exam 10/6/2018 Sat 9:00-12:00 PM $50 TECHNOLOGY Precision Machining and CNC (Computer Numerical Control) NCAM 320G Introduction to Solidworks (Rochester Campus) 10/22-12/14 MW 6:00-8:00 PM $ Outdoor Power Equipment NCPE 001G OPE Small Engine Repair (At Seacoast School of Technology) 9/27-11/15 R 5:00-8:30 PM $399.00

26 seamless transfer Would you benefit from starting college close to home, with time to better define your educational goals? Are you uncertain about financing your education for four years? Great Bay may be for you. Many students choose to start at GBCC and transfer on to a bachelor s degree. Others make the decision once they are here. To learn more about transfer options, contact our Admissions Department at (603) or Already a student? Contact our Advising & Transfer Center at 603) Introducing: The New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative While employers today seek highly skilled workers to fill jobs, they also need employees with a wider set of skills such as an ability to work in teams, problem solve, communicate and think critically. Thanks to a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of New Hampshire and the Community College System of NH have partnered to establish the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative. The collaborative seeks to provide relevant exposure to the humanities for all students, and supports the development of robust transfer pathways for students interested in pursuing bachelor s degree in humanities, fine arts and social science disciplines. At GBCC, existing programs include: English Psychology History Fine Arts Questions? Concerns? Don t know who your advisor is? Please see the Advising and Transfer Center. Portsmouth: RM SE100 / Rochester: Front Desk, call (603) or You don t have to go it alone, talk to your advisor before registering! Save the date for new student orientation Questions? Contact: Allyson Britton, Student Activities, or American Studies Full day Orientation DATES TIMES CAMPUS August 17, am Portsmouth Mini Orientation DATES TIMES CAMPUS August 21, noon Portsmouth August 23, :30pm Portsmouth August 24, am Rochester Parent Orientation DATES TIMES CAMPUS August 16, :30pm Portsmouth

27 finding inspiration in teaching Dr. Emily M. Hinnov Professor of English/English Major Coordinator Great Bay Community College Dr. Emily M. Hinnov originally saw herself on stage, not in the classroom. She was involved with theater throughout high school and college, but one semester in an intensive conservatory program taught her that acting just wasn t for me. She refocused her studies on English and theater, with a minor in women s studies. Today, she teaches English at Great Bay Community College. Her career has included teaching appointments at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, Boston University, and Southern New Hampshire University. As the former Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Curriculum at Granite State College, I missed teaching, and when this position at Great Bay came up, it was an opportunity to go back to it full-time, she said. Hinnov, who earned her Master s in English at Simmons College in Boston and her Ph.D. in English at the University of New Hampshire, began teaching at Great Bay in Her specialty is literary modernism, as well as women s literature and British literature from Beowulf to Virginia Woolf. She also teaches English 110: College Composition, both online and at the Portsmouth campus, and English 099: Developing College Writing. Next fall, she will add Introduction to Film Studies to her teaching repertoire. Her years in Ohio were influential in shaping her educational philosophy. She taught at an open-access satellite campus of Bowling Green. It was her first experience teaching non-traditional students and she has worked with similar students ever since. At Great Bay, Dr. Hinnov teaches students from diverse backgrounds and circumstances. I am amazed with what some of them have gone through to get here. I have so much respect for students especially those who are back in school after a working in a career, or raising a family, or both. They are truly invested in the course material, their learning, and their education. She finds inspiration in teaching students about how the study of literature and writing can connect to their everyday lives. To learn more about our faculty, staff, students and alumni visit greatbay.edu/mycollege

28 Important Dates /26/18 Fall Registration Starts Returning Matriculated Students 3/26/18 08/13/18 Fall Web Registration Returning Matriculated Students 4/9/18 Fall Registration Starts-All 8/27/18 Fall Classes Start 9/3/18 Labor Day College Closed 11/12/18 Veteran s Day Observed -College Closed 11/22/18-11/25/18 Thanksgiving Holiday College Closed 12/14/18 Fall Classes End Don t forget Late Start Classes Do you have additional time to add a class? Need more time to register? Move through your degree faster or explore a new interest. Register for a late class start today. Late start classes begin September 24th and October 22nd. To view list of courses visit greatbay.edu/latestart Portsmouth Campus: 320 Corporate Drive. Portsmouth, NH (603) / (NH only) Fax: (603) Rochester Campus: Advanced Technology & Academic Center 5 Milton Road Unit 32. Rochester, NH (603) Fax: (603) TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) (603) TDD/Voice: Relay New Hampshire

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