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Courses for High School Students

Presenting MassBay’s Fall 2nd Session Schedule: November 2–December 23, 2020

Supplement your highschool studies and get a jumpstart on college with these classes offered during the second half of our fall semester. Earn easy-to-transfer college credits and possibly find a career path that interests you.

 5528 CS109-105 Web & Social Media Attendance blended with general college student population. This course covers the basics of content creation and management for social media including blogs, podcasts, and posts. Students will be introduced to the most popular social media platforms and learn which are the best fits for their needs, as well as metrics for measuring social media marketing success. This course will address search-engine optimization and crowdsourcing as.well as privacy. Topics related to integration of third-party social networks, the use of timeline widgets and technologies to embed them as live feed will be covered. Tuesdays & Thursdays, remote sessions 2 - 3:15pm. 1 credit, transfers as an elective course. Cost: $224 in-state, $430 out-of-state.

5859 MG210-700 Entrepreneurship Exclusively for high school students. This course prepares students to develop business ideas and plans to start, develop, finance, market, manage and launch a new business. This course gives students the skills and knowledge they need to master the requirements of all the stages of launching a new business and the opportunity to build and implement a new business. Starts November 2. Fully online using the Blackboard platform, with no set meeting date or time (this is asynchronous learning). 3 credits, transfers as an elective course. Cost: $672 in-state, $1290 out-of-state.

 5494 HU120-700 World Traditions Attendance blended with general college student population. This course provides a comparative analysis of global cultural practices and assessment of their impact within a multicultural environment. Examines the origins and sustenance of ritual practices within postmodern society. Fully online using the Blackboard platform, with no set meeting date or time (this is asynchronous learning). 3 credits, transfers as a Humanities & Fine Arts General Education Foundation course. Cost: $672 in-state, $1290 out-of-state.

5281 PS101-701 Introduction to Psychology Attendance blended with general college student population. This course examines the history of drugs in American culture. Topics may include the social, economic, legal, medical, and issues concerning drug use and abuse; the causes of drug use and abuse, the impact of drugs on the individual, and society. Fully online using the Blackboard platform, with no set meeting date or time (this is asynchronous learning). 3 credits, transfers as a Behavioral/Social Science General Education Foundation course. Cost: $672 in-state, $1290 out-of-state.

5640 SP101-702 Beginning Spanish I  Attendance blended with general college student population. This course is designed to develop students' basic oral and written skills. Graded readings required. Fully online using the Blackboard platform, with no set meeting date or time (this is asynchronous learning). 3 credits, transfers as a Humanities & Fine Arts General Education Foundation course. Cost: $672 in-state, $1290 out-of-state.

5845 CS106-504 Security Awareness This computer science course provides basic survey of data, computer, internet, and wireless security. The security principles: confidentiality, integrity, and availability, are introduced to students as well as threats and attacks that undermine these principles. 2 credits, transfers as an elective course. Starts November 2. Fully online using the Blackboard platform with no set meeting date or time. Cost: $448 in-state, $860 out-of-state.

 

 

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Registration form is a self-emailing PDF which submits itself to registrar@massbay.edu

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Students 16 or over may also register for any other MassBay class that does not have pre-requisites.  Explore the full schedule on the Course Offerings