JCJC offering Mid-term Mini Session Courses

Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: teresa.mccreery@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2015-02-11 10:20:58

ELLISVILLE - Jones County Junior College is offering twelve mid-term mini session classes.  The online and traditional lecture formatted classes will begin Wednesday, March 18, through Wednesday, May 14.  Students may begin registering Tuesday, February 24, for these courses through the Student Success Center. The last day to register is Thursday, March 19, 2015.
 
Tuition for these courses is $120 per credit hour, plus books for current students. Tuition for new students is $120 per credit hour, plus books and fees. Tuition is calculated as part of the students’ spring 2015 semester credit hours. For questions concerning tuition and fees, contact Student Accounts at 601-477-4225.
 
Spring Mini-Session Courses
 
BAD 2523—Personal Financial Management (Online), Class #2435, 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.  This course is three semester credit hours.
 
BIO 2524—Anatomy and Physiology II (Hybrid), Class#2446, Instructor: Jeremiah Estes. Face-to-face meetings on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on March 21, 28; April 4, 11, 18, 25; May 2, 9.
Prerequisites for the course include: 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 includes detailed studies of the anatomy and physiology of human endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic & immune, respiratory, digestive, and urinary systems, as well as reproduction and development.  Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.  This course is four semester credit hours.
 
CSC 1123—Computer Applications I (Online), Class #2436, Instructor: Charlotte Williams. 
Pre-requisites for this course include:  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. This course is three semester credit hours.
 
HIS 1123—Western Civilization II (Online), Class #2442, Instructor:  Jacquelyn Canizaro.  
Course description:  A general survey of European History since the 17th Century.  This course is three semester credit hours. 
HPR 1121Gen. Physical Ed. Fitness (Online), Class #2437, Instructor: Katie Herrington
Course description:  This course is designed to give students a modern concept of physical education and recreation by developing body skills. This course is one semester credit hour.
 
HPR 1223—Personal and Community Health II (Online), Class #2438, Instructor:  Katie Herrington. 
Course description:  A continuation of HPR 1213 that is designed to give students information on how to avoid or overcome habits that jeopardize or destroy one’s health, happiness, or health, happiness, and life. This course is three semester credit hours.
 
LLS 1312—Freshman Orientation (Online), Class #2448. 
Course description:  This course is designed to help the new college student adjust to college life.  It includes a study of personal and social adjustments.  It teaches effective study habits, reading methods, use of the library, note taking and report writing and gives the student guidance in collegiate life.  This course is two semester credit hours.
 
MAT 1234—Intermediate Algebra (traditional lecture meeting every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 1:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. This course begins Thursday, March 19, through May 14), Class # 2439, Instructor: Lynn White
Pre-requisites for this course include:  MAT 0123 with a grade of C or higher or ACT math score of 16 – 18.
Course description:  Topics include linear equations and their graphs; inequalities and number line graphs; rational expressions; factoring; laws of exponents; radicals; polynomials. This course is four semester credit hours.
 
MAT 1313—College Algebra (traditional lecture meeting every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 1:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. This course begins Thursday, March 19, through May 14), Class #2440/2441, Instructor: Kerri Pippin- All students must take accompanying lab
Pre-requisites for this course include:  MAT 1233 with a grade of C or higher or ACT math score of 17 or above.
Course description:  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. The lecture portion of the course is three semester credit hours with the lab receiving one semester credit hour.
 
MUS 1113—Music Appreciation (Online), Class #2445, Instructor: Dr. Victoria Johnson.
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. This course is three semester credit hours.
 
PSY 1513— General Psychology (Online), Class #2443, Instructor: Stephanie Green.
Course description: An introduction to the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. This includes history and theories of psychology, research methods, biological bases of behavior, the principles of learning, personality and abnormal behavior. This course is three semester credit hours.
 
SOC 2113—Introduction to Sociology (Online), Class #2444, Instructor: Tina Chisholm.
This course introduces the scientific study of human society and social interaction. Social influences on individuals and groups are examined. This course is three semester credit hours.

 

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