JCJC offers Mid-Term Mini Session classes

Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: teresa.mccreery@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2014-09-22 08:55:00

ELLISVILLE – Jones County Junior College is offering ten mid-term mini session classes. Classes will be either online or the traditional lecture format, beginning Wednesday, October 15, through Tuesday, December 16.  Students may begin registering September 22, for these courses through the Student Success Center. The last day to register is October 16, 2014.
Tuition for mini session courses is $120 per credit hour, plus books for current students. Tuition for new students to Jones is $120 per credit hour, plus books and fees. Tuition is calculated as part of the credit hours in which students are enrolled for the fall 2014 semester. For questions concerning tuition and fees, contact Student Accounts at 601-477-4225.

BAD 2523—Personal Financial Management (Online), Class #2534, Instructor: Dusty Holifield. 
Course description: This course deals with an individual’s optimal management of personal income and expenditures over a lifetime to best meet the needs of his/her financial objectives.  The course focuses on the areas of budgeting, insurance, borrowing and credit purchases, home ownership, investment, taxes and family financial planning.  Three semester hours credit.
BIO 2514—Anatomy and Physiology I (Hybrid), Class#2546, Instructor: Jeremiah Estes; Harris Science Building, Room 106
Class lectures will meet on SATURDAY, October 18, 25; November 1, 8, 15, 22; December 6, 13.
Pre-requisite: ACT score of 21 on science component or BIO 1134 or 1144 or CHE 1214 or admission to health-related program at JCJC or permission of instructor.
Course description:  A combined lecture and laboratory course that covers the anatomical and physiological study of the human body as an integrated whole. The course includes detailed studies of biological principles; tissues; and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.  Four semester hours credit.
CSC 1123—Computer Applications I (ONLINE), Class #2535, Instructor: Charlotte Williams. 
Pre-requisite:  Typing or keyboarding skills.  This course is designed to teach computer applications to include: word-processing, electronic spreadsheet, database management, presentation design, and electronic communications. Three semester hours credit.
ENG 1113—English Composition I w/Lab (ONLINE), Class #2540/2541, Instructor:  Cheryl Windham. All students must take accompanying lab.
Course description:  English Composition I with English and Reading Lab. Prerequisite:   ENG 124 with a grade of C or higher or ACT English score of 15 or above. This class is designed to prepare the student for writings required in college and the workplace with an emphasis on effective paragraph and essay development.  Lecture: Three semester hours credit. Lab: one semester hour credit.

HIS 1113—Western Civilization I (ONLINE), Class #2539, Instructor:  Jacquelyn Canizaro.  
Course description:  A general survey of European History from ancient times to the mid-seventeenth century.  Three semester hours credit. 
HPR 1213—Personal and Community Health I (ONLINE), Class #2536, Instructor:  Katie Herrington. 
Course description: Application of principles and practices of healthful living to the individual and community; major health problems and the mutual responsibilities of home, school, and health agencies.  Three semester hours credit.
MAT 1233—Intermediate Algebra (TRADITIONAL LECTURE meeting every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 1:00 pm-3:30 pm, Math Building Room 122, beginning Thursday,  October 16th through December 16th), Class # 2542/2543, Instructor: Tim Rayner - All students must take accompanying lab
Pre-requisite:  MAT 0124 with a grade of C or higher or ACT math score of 16 or below..
Course description:  The course topics include linear equations and their graphs; inequalities and number line graphs; rational expressions; factoring; laws of exponents; radicals; polynomials. Lecture: Three semester hours credit. Lab: one semester hour credit.
MAT 1313—College Algebra (TRADITIONAL LECTURE meeting every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 1:00pm-3:30pm, Math Building Room 215, beginning Thursday,  October 16th through December 15th), Class #2544/2545, Instructor: Kerri Pippin- All students must take accompanying lab
Pre-requisite:  MAT 1233 with a grade of C or higher or ACT math score of 17 or above.
Course description:  The course topics include inequalities; functions; linear and quadratic equations; circles and their graphs; rational, radical and higher-order equations; applications; polynomials and rational functions; logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of equations. Lecture: Three semester hours credit. Lab:one semester hour credit.
MUS 1113—Music Appreciation (ONLINE), Class #2537, Instructor: Dr. Mike Boyd.
Course description: A course designed to give the student, through listening and written work, the ability to understand, appreciate, and evaluate music of Western Culture. Three semester hours credit.
SOC 2113—Introduction to Sociology (ONLINE), Class #2538, Instructor: Tina Chisholm.
This course introduces the scientific study of human society and social interaction. Social influences on individuals and groups are examined. Three semester hours credit.


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