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Winter Session 2014/15 Courses
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Section Course Notes
BIO–106–030 Human Anatomy 12/15 – 1/26
BUS–101–010 Introduction to Business 12/15 – 1/26
BUS–107–090 Business Law I 12/15 – 1/26
CMN–215–020 Communication and Gender 12/15 – 1/26
ENG–101–098 English Composition I* 12/15 – 1/26
ENG–102–082 English Composition II* 12/15 – 1/26
ENG–222–040 Children’s Literature 12/15 – 1/26
HIS–101–050 History of Western Civilization 12/15 – 1/26
HIS–105–050 United States History to 1865 12/15 – 1/26
HIS–106–014 United States History Since 1865 12/15 – 1/26
HPE–101–071, 080 Basic Concepts of Nutrition 12/15 – 1/26
HPE–111–060, 065 Living With Health 12/15 – 1/26
HPE–113–050 Medical Terminology 12/15 – 1/26
MKT–101–011 Introduction to Marketing 12/15 – 1/26
PHI–102–050 Introduction to Philosophy 12/15 – 1/26
PHI–205–055 Moral Choices 12/15 – 1/26
PSY–101–005 Introduction to Psychology 12/15 – 1/26
PSY–207–060 Developmental Psychology: Across the Life Span 12/15 – 1/26
SOC–101–066 Introduction to Sociology 12/15 – 1/26
SPA–101–045 Beginning Spanish I 12/15 – 1/26
SPA–102–080 Beginning Spanish II 12/15 – 1/26

** 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

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Spring 2015 Internet Courses
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Section Course Notes
ACC–106–010 Office Accounting I 1/20 – 5/11
ACC–111–020 Principles of Financial Accounting 1/20 – 5/11
ACC–112–010 Principles of Managerial Accounting 1/20 – 5/11
ACC–207–040 Computerized Accounting 1/20 – 5/11
ACC–215–010 Cost Accounting 1/20 – 5/11
ADV–230–010 History of Graphic Design 1/20 – 5/11
ANT–101–040 Anthropology 1/20 – 5/11
ART–125–010 Topics in Contemporary Art 1/20 – 5/11
BIO–106–020, 040 Human Anatomy 1/20 – 5/11
BIO–113–070 Biological Science Concepts 1/20 – 5/11
BIO–114–020 Environmental Science Concepts 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–101–010 Introduction to Business 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–107–010, 020 Business Law I 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–108–020 Business Law II 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–109–010 Personal Finance 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–209–010 Business Communication 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–210–010 Principles of Management 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–230–010 Global Environment of Business 1/20 – 5/11
BUS–230–060 Global Environment of Business 2/24 – 5/11
BUS–239–020 Entrepreneurship 1/20 – 5/19
BUS–240–010 Human Resource Management 1/20 – 5/11
CMN–101–020 Mass Media 1/20 – 5/11
CMN–112–095 Public Speaking 2/24 – 5/11
CMN–215–010 Communication and Gender 1/20 – 5/11
CRJ–101–020 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System 1/20 – 5/11
CRJ–103–010 Introduction to Corrections 1/20 – 5/11
CRJ–105–010 Criminology 1/20 – 5/11
CRJ–212–020 Juvenile Justice 1/20 – 5/11
DMA–105–030 Introduction to Computer Art 1/20 – 5/11
ECO–103–030 Basic Economics 1/20 – 5/11
EDU–102–010 Introduction to Exceptional Children 1/20 – 5/11
ENG–101–022, 024 English Composition I* 1/20 – 5/11
ENG–101–010, 012 English Composition I* 2/24 – 5/11
ENG–102–014, 016, 092 English Composition II* 1/20 – 5/11
ENG–102–004 English Composition II* 2/24 – 5/11
ENG–112–020 English Composition II with Speech 1/20 – 5/19
ENG–205–010 American Literature I 1/20 – 5/11
ENG–208–010 Modern American Novel 1/20 – 5/11
ENG–222–050 Children’s Literature 2/24 – 5/11
HIS–101–020 History of Western Civilization to 1648 1/20 – 5/11
HIS–102–020 History of Western Civilization Since 1648 1/20 – 5/11
HIS–105–010 United States History to 1865 1/20 – 5/11
HIS–105–011 United States History to 1865 2/24 – 5/11
HIS–106–020 United States History Since 1865 1/20 – 5/11
HIS–106–010 United States History Since 1865 2/24 – 5/11
HIS–112–010 World History to 1500 1/20 – 5/11
HIS–112–050 World History to 1500 2/24 – 5/11
HIS–113–070 World History Since 1500 1/20 – 5/11
HIS–113–060 World History Since 1500 2/24 – 5/11
HPE–101–070, 072 Basic Concepts of Nutrition 1/20 – 5/11
HPE–101–020 Basic Concepts of Nutrition 2/24 – 5/11
HPE–111–005, 010, 015, 025, 030, Living with Health 1/20 – 5/11
HPE–111–035, 040, 045, 050, 055 Living with Health 1/20 – 5/11
HPE–111–006 Living with Health 2/24 – 5/11
HPE–111–007 Living with Health 3/24 – 5/11
HPE–113–010 Medical Terminology 1/20 – 5/11
HPE–115–010 Introduction to Public Health 1/20 – 5/11
IST–101–021, 024, 027 Computer Concepts with Applications 1/20 – 5/11
IST–101–012, 015 Computer Concepts with Applications 2/24 – 5/11
LAT–102–010 Beginning Latin II 1/20 – 5/11
MAT–120–020 Mathematics for Liberal Arts 1/20 – 5/11
MAT–120–012 Mathematics for Liberal Arts 2/24 – 5/11
MKT–101–010 Principles of Marketing 1/20 – 5/11
MKT–230–010 Principles of Retailing 1/20 – 5/11
NET–104–010 Fundamentals of Computer Networks 1/20 – 5/11
PHI–102–010 Introduction to Philosophy 1/20 – 5/11
PHI–205–010, 015 Moral Choices 1/20 – 5/11
PHI–205–005 Moral Choices 2/24 – 5/11
POL–101–030 The American Political System 1/20 – 5/11
POL–101–040 The American Political System 2/24 – 5/11
PSY–101–012, 015 Introduction to Psychology 1/20 – 5/11
PSY–101–009 Introduction to Psychology 2/24 – 5/11
PSY–206–010 Child Development 1/20 – 5/11
PSY–207–010, 020 Developmental Psychology: Across the Life Span 1/20 – 5/11
PSY–207–080 Developmental Psychology: Across the Life Span 2/24 – 5/11
PSY–210–010 Abnormal Psychology 1/20 – 5/11
SOC–101–009, 012 Introduction to Sociology 1/20 – 5/11
SOC–101–006, 007 Introduction to Sociology 2/24 – 5/11
SOC–104–010 Sociology in Education 1/20 – 5/11
SOC–107–010 Social Problems 1/20 – 5/11
SOC–201–010 Marriage and the Family 2/24 – 5/11
SPA–101–005 Beginning Spanish I 1/20 – 5/11
SPA–102–010, 011 Beginning Spanish II 1/20 – 5/11

** 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

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