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Second 8 Weeks of Semester Course Offerings - Spring 2014


MassBay offers courses to fit your schedule. Classes are offered during the day, evenings and on weekends.

 

Courses include: Art and Music for Young Children, Anatomy & Physiology; Arithmetic & Study Skills; Biology; College Chemistry; Color Theory & Techniques; Computers & Technology; Critical Thinking; EMT Field Internship; U.S. History; Interior Design with CAD/AUTOCAD; Introduction to Statistics; Psychology; Web Page Development; Oral Communication; Human Resource Management.

Non-Credit offerings include: Certified Nursing Assistant; CPR Re-training; CPR Training; Journey Through North America; Advanced Quickbooks.

If you are looking for a particular start/end date range, explore these offerings:

Check the online course master for availability.
Select "2nd 8 weeks of Semester" or "Online 2nd Eight Weeks" or "Evening & Weekend" or "Non Credit" from the Session drop-down menu.
Currently enrolled students can register online via Bay Navigator (formerly PeopleSoft).
New students should visit our enrollment page.

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Classes from April 4th:




HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (7715 / MG 204-450)

Friday 5 pm to 9 pm
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday 12 pm to 4 pm
3 Credits: Professor William F. O'Brien
Wellesley Hills
Cost In-state/Out-of-State: $522/$1140

Personnel processes involved in manpower planning, personnel recruitment, employee selection, orientation, and placement. Application form, types of testing devices, employee training and development, and performance appraisal. Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action. Basic understanding of wage and salary administration, benefits, and union/management relations. Lecture: 3 hours per week. Prerequisite: MG 101 or equivalent

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WORLD CIVILIZATION I
(9058 / HS 103-450)

Friday 5:30 pm to 9 pm
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
3 Credits: Professor Gary Donato
Wellesley Hills
Cost In-state/Out-of-State: $522/$1140

This introductory survey course examines the origins and development of major world civilizations until 1500, focusing on the social political, economic, religious, and cultural aspects of Middle Eastern, European, Asian, African, and Mesoamerican civilizations.

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Classes offered April 7th - May 9th:




WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT II (7359 / CS 109-011)

Tuesday, Thursday, 9:30 am pm to 10:45 am
  1 Credit: Professor Giuseppe A. Sena
Wellesley Hills
Cost In-state/Out-of-State: $174/$380

A continuation of CS 108. Topics include creating forms as well as an introduction to Java Script. It also introduces GIF animation, AVI files, and PDF format. The course provides tips on publishing and publicizing a website. Lecture: 5 3-hour weeks. Open Lab. Pre-requisite: CS 108 or permission of the instructor.

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Classes from May 2nd to May 18th:




CRITICAL THINKING (7401 / CT 100-450)

Friday 5:30 pm to 9 pm
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
3 Credits: Professor Francis DeVito
Wellesley Hills
Cost In-state/Out-of-State: $522/$1140

Introduction to critical thinking in college. Designed to provide students with practice in interpreting, analyzing, synthesizing, and assessing new information and its relationship to previous knowledge. Students will evaluate classic and contemporary arguments and learn how to construct sound arguments. Small group participation is an integral part of this course. This course is required for completion of an A.S. or A.A. degree program.

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Non-Credit Offerings:

Don’t need college credits? CCTCE at MassBay is offering this sampling of non-credit courses below and more.



CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (7925 / CU 152-300)

Saturday and Sunday, 8am to 4:30pm
Friday, 5:30 to 9:30
Framingham
Non-Credit
March 29 – May 19
$950

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JOURNEY THROUGH NORTH AMERICA

Saturday 9am – 3pm
Non-Credit
Wellesley Hills
March 1 – March 15 (7037 / AP 197-300 or 7035 / AP 197-301 or 9064 / AP 197-302)
March 29 - April 12 (7041 / AP 198-301 or 7039 / AP 198-302)
April 1 - April 17 (8019 / AP 198-300)
or April 26 - May 17 (9065 / AP 199-300 or 9066 / AP 198-301)
$135
A unique opportunity and exciting way for students to learn about North American life and culture through classroom lectures, videos, journals, and on-site travel. Students will receive an overview of North American culture and history, geography, government, and basic rights and freedoms. Students will study North American symbols and national holidays; exploring its people and culture. This course includes an on-site travel component where you will visit historical landmarks and museums and participate in professionally guided tours in your choice of cities.

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ADVANCED QUICKBOOKS (9102 / CC 75-300)

Saturday 9am – noon
Non-Credit
Wellesley Hills
March 15 – May 3
$370

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CPR RE-TRAINING (9078 / CU 103-301)

Thursday 5pm – 9 pm
Non-Credit
Framingham
April 3
$50

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CPR TRAINING (7411 / CU 104-304)

Saturday 8am-2pm
Non-Credit
Framingham
April 12
$75
CPR initial training.

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View current semester's schedule  Select "2nd 8 weeks of Semester" or "Online 2nd Eight Weeks" or "Evening & Weekend" or "Non Credit" from the Session drop-down menu.