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FALL CLASS SECTIONS:

A-G Meet face-to-face in Saranac Lake

H Classes are a Hybrid mix of face-to-face and Online sessions

HSRMT Classes meet in the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Administration building

M-S Meet face-to-face in Malone

T-U Meet face-to-face in Ticonderoga

V Classes are ONLIN-Live Online

Z and ZZ are classes that meet ONLIN-Online

1 means the course meets 8/29/22 thru 10/19/22

2 means the course meets 10/24/22 thru 12/15/22

Non-Accordion Course Listing

ANT 101 Introduction to Human Origins (3 credits)

Description: Explores the origins and subsequent evolution of the human species based upon analysis of the fossil record. Our biological inheritance, including the origins of culture, language and other characteristics which make us human, will be investigated as will themethods used by physical anthropologists. Contemporary human variation will also be examined.

ANT 101 Z Introduction to Human Origins

ONLIN-Online -- 8/29 to 12/15 -- Reome, Nancy

ART 101 Drawing (3 Credits)

Description: An introductory studio art course that teaches students how to draw still life and landscape through direct observation. Through correct observation and various sighting techniques, students can become aware of their own ability to draw and to express themselves creatively.

ART 101 HA Drawing

  M -- 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. -- C-05 -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 101 HB Drawing

  W -- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. -- C-05 -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 101 HM Drawing

  M -- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. -- BM-205 -- LaMour, Tina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 101 HT Drawing

  T -- 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. -- Ti-212 -- Barbone-Golde, Cyndy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART / CIS 105 Introduction to Computer Graphics (3 credits)

Description: An introductory course focused on various computer software and hardware components for computer graphics. Also included are the underlying principles and processes employed in the dynamic field of computer graphics. (Cross-listed as CIS105).

ART 105 A Introduction to Computer Graphics

   TR -- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. -- C-07 -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

   8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 105 M Introduction to Computer Graphics

  MW -- 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. -- BM-301 -- LaMour, Tina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 105 Z Introduction to Computer Graphics

   ONLIN-Online -- Monette, David

   8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 106 Art History Survey I: Prehistoric to Gothic (3 credits)

Description: An examination of the importance of art as cultural expression from the Prehistoric European Art periods to Gothic Art of the12th & 13th centuries as well as a global perspective. Each course section will cover basic issues and approaches to art, including stylistic analysis, patronage, art’s relationship to religion, ideology, society and economy, gender roles, and the interaction of cultures. Case studies will include architecture, sculpture, paintings, and other arts such as ceramics and textiles.

ART 106 Z Art History Survey: Prehistoric to Gothic

  ONLIN-Online -- Hoffer, Susan

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 111 2D Design (3 credits)

Description: Investigation of the tools, materials, and principles of design in a two dimensional form. The elements and principles of two dimensional design will be discussed and applied in a series of exercises, studies, and projects. The student will develop critical skills for evaluating their own work and that of others through group/class critiques. 

ART 111 HA 2D Design

  M -- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. -- HH-118 -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 111 HM 2D Design

  W -- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. -- BM-206 -- LaMour, Tina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 114 Introduction to Typography (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to the basic elements of letterforms through the investigation of the historical background and contemporary uses of typography. Students are exposed to the technical and aesthetic issues and communicative abilities of typography as text and individual forms.

ART 114 Z Introduction to Typography

  ONLIN-Online -- LaMour, Tina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 125 Introduction to Digital Illustration (3 credits)

Description: An introductory course focused on expanding student knowledge of software and hardware components for computer illustration design. Students will master vector based drawing tools and the techniques essential to the production of digital drawings and illustrated documents.

ART 125 Z Introduction to Digital Illustration

  ONLIN-Online -- Monette, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ART 155 Introduction to Pottery (3 credits)

Description: This is a beginning course in the techniques related to traditional hand-building with some pottery wheel work. Emphasis will be placed on learning the proper properties of clay and glaze materials used in pottery/vessel making. Students will learn to design, build, glaze and evaluate forms in clay. Students will develop critical skills for evaluating their own work and that of others through group/class critiques.

ART 155 A Introduction to Pottery

  F -- 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. -- ART-Clinic (Saranac Lake) -- Hoffer, Susan

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ASL 101 American Sign Language I (3 credits)

Description: This course introduces the fundamentals of American Sign Language (ASL), which is a natural and visual-gestural language used by the deaf community.  The course focuses on communicative competence in the following basic areas: finger spelling, signs, grammar, syntax, sentence structure.  There will also be emphasis on developing conversational skills including non-manual behaviors, facial expression, and expressive and interactive communication.  The course will foster an understanding and appreciation of Deaf Culture nationally and globally.

ASL 101 V American Sign Language I

  ONLIN-Live Online -- T/R -- 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ASL102 American Sign Language II (3 credits)

Description: This course continues the fundamentals of American Sign Language (ASL) from ASL 101.The course focuses on communicative competence in the following basic areas: finger spelling, signs, grammar, syntax, sentence structure.  There will also be emphasis on developing conversational skills including non-manual behaviors, facial expression, and expressive and interactive communication.  The course will foster an understanding and appreciation of Deaf Culture nationally and globally.  Pre-req: ASL 101, American Sign Language I or permission of instructor.

ASL 102 V American Sign Language II

 ONLIN-Live Online -- M/W -- 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.

 8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 101 Principles of Biology I (4 credits)

Description: Covers basic chemistry, the cell, energetics, genetics, and evolution.  First part of the two semester biology sequence. Lecture and laboratory.

BIO 101 M Principles of Biology I

  M/W -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- BM-106 -- Small, Judy

8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 101 N Principles of Biology I Lab

  R -- 8 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. -- BM-105 -- Small, Judy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 101 Z Principles of Biology I

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburg, Melinda

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 101 ZS Principles of Biology I (Lab)

  T -- 9:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. -- S-01 -- Fredenburg, Melinda

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 101 ZZ Principles of Biology I Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburg, Melinda

   8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 103 Introduction to Biological Science (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to the study of the chemistry of life, cell division and inheritance, evolution and diversity, and ecology. A one-credit laboratory, BIO 112, may be separately scheduled.

BIO 103 Z Introduction to Biological Science

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburg, Melinda

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO / ENV 104 Environmental Science (3 Credits)

Description: Explores the biological processes occurring in physical, biological, and human environments.  Issues of ecology, resource utilization, pollution, global warming, wilderness, energy, solid waste management, risk assessment, and environmental ethics and citizenship are studied.  A one-credit laboratory, BIO 108, may be separately scheduled. (Cross-listed with ENV 104)

BIO / ENV 104 A Environmental Science

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian

  8/29/22 to12/15/22

BIO / ENV 104 Z Environmentl Science

  ONLIN-Online -- Guimara, Kristel

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO / ENV 108 Environmental Science Lab (1 credit)

Description: A laboratory that complements but is independent of the Environmental Science lectures.  Labs study a core of material on water pollution, air pollution, human population, and additional topics representing local concerns.  (Prerequisite:  Prior or concurrent enrollment in BIO 104 or permission of instructor). (Cross-listed with ENV 108)

BIO / ENV 108 A Environmental Science Lab

  F -- 8 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO / ENV 108 Z Environmental Science Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Guimara, Kristel

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 Human Biology (1 credit)

Description: This course considers the human being as a whole organism with emphasis on the major organ systems of the body.  The organ systems covered include the skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive.  Other topics covered include basic chemistry, cells, tissues, genetics, and may include the incorporation of relevant areas such as ecology, medicine, and others. Lecture and laboratory

BIO 109 A Human Biology

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- S-19 -- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 B Human Biology Lab

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- S-01-- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 C Human Biology Lab

  W -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- S-01 -- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 D Human Biology Lab

  F-- 12:30 p.m. to  3:10 p.m.-- S-01 -- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 HE Human Biology

  ONLIN-Online-- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 HF Human Biology Lab

  R -- 9:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. -- S-01 -- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 HG Human Biology Lab

  R -- 2 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. -- S-01 -- Whitelaw, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 M Human Biology

  MW 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.-- BM-106 -- Strough, Jamie

  8/39/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 N Human Biology Lab

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- BM-105 -- Strough, Jamie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 O Human Biology Lab

  W -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- BM-105 -- Strough, Jamie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 T Human Biology

  MW -- 12:30 p..m. to 1:50 p.m. -- Ti-114 -- Corey, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 U Human Biology Lab

  M -- 2 p..m. to 4:50 p.m. -- Ti-107-- Corey, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 Z Human Biology

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 109 ZZ Human Biology Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO109ZZZ Human Biology Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 112 Introduction to Biological Science Lab (1 credit)

Description: A laboratory course that complements the Introduction to Biological Science lecture (BIO103) and explores the scientific method; the microscope; the cell; acids and bases; the cell cycle; evolution; Domains Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya; population, community, and ecosystem ecology; and sustainability.  A one-credit lab that may be scheduled separately

BIO 112 Z Introduction to Biological Science Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburg, Melinda

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 160 Adirondack Biology (3 credits)

Description: A survey of the natural history of the Adirondacks.  This course looks at the ecology of the plant and animal communities of this region, and involves both classroom and outdoor activities.  Background in biology beneficial but not necessary.

BIO 160 A Adirondack Biology

  T -- 1 p..m. to 5 p.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 201 Microbiology (4 credits)

Description: An introduction to the world of microbes.  This course is oriented toward medical microbiology and the main subject is the biology of bacteria and their role in health and disease.  Important groups of other microbes including fungi, protozoans, and viruses are also studied.  Lab activities provide training in safe methods for studying, growing, and controlling the growth of microorganisms.  Lecture and laboratory.  (Prerequisite:  BIO 101 or BIO 109)

BIO 201 HZ Microbiology

  ONLIN-Hybrid -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 201 HM Microbiology Lab

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- BM-105 -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 201 HZS Microbiology Lab

  MW -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- S-20 -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits)

Description: The first half of a two-semester in-depth study of the structures and functions of the human body.  This course begins with an introduction to the basic chemistry of life and proceeds to the study of cells and cell metabolism, tissues, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and cardiovascular systems.  The main focus is on normal processes of growth, maintenance, and repair, rather than on pathological conditions, though departures from a state of health will be discussed as appropriate at the discretion of the instructor. Lecture and laboratory.  (Prerequisite:  BIO 109 or permission of the Department Chair)

BIO 215 A Anat & Phys I 

  MW -- 8 a.m. to 9:20 a.m -- CL-012 (Clermont) -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 B Anat & Phys I  Lab

  T -- 9:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. -- S-03 -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 C Anat & Phys I 

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- S-19 -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 D Anat & Phys I Lab

  MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- S-03 -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 E Anat & Phys I Lab

  T -- 2 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. -- S-03 -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 M Anat & Phys I 

  MW -- 8 a,m, to 9:20 a.m. -- RH-205 -- Small, Judy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 N Anat & Phys I

  T -- 9:30 a,m, to 12:10 p.m. -- RH-105  -- Small, Judy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 O Anat & Phys I  Lab

  T -- 2 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. -- BM-105 -- Small, Judy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 T Anat & Phys I

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- Ti-219 -- LeMay-Klippel, Selina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 215 U Anat & Phys I  Lab

  TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- Ti-107-- LeMay-Klippel, Selina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 216 Anatomy & Physiology II (4 Credits)

Description: The second half of a two-semester, in-depth study of the structures and functions of the human body.  This course begins where BIO 215 left off, with a study of each of the remaining organ systems, from the respiratory system through the reproductive systems, and ends with the study of pregnancy, growth, and development.  As in part one, the main focus remains on normal processes of growth, maintenance, and repair rather than pathologies though departures from a state of health will be discussed in context. Lecture and laboratory. (Prerequisite:  BIO 109 or BIO 215)

BIO 216 Z Anatomy & Physiology II

 ONLIN-Online -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 216 ZZ Anatomy & Physiology II (Lab)

 ONLIN-Online -- Martin, Richard

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 255 Introduction to Disease (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to the study of the disordered functioning of the human body due to infection, disease, or injury.  
General concepts of pathology including injury, inflammation, repair processes, immunity, infection, neoplasia, and genetic disorders will be introduced.  This is followed by a survey of common diseases of organ systems. (Prerequisite: BIO 101, BIO 103, BIO 109, BIO 215)

BIO 255 Z Introduction to Disease

  ONLIN-Online -- Sayles, Peter

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BIO 255 ZZ Introduction to Disease

  ONLIN-Online -- Sayles, Peter

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 100 Business Organization and Management (3 credits)

Description: Provides a solid foundation in the essentials of the business world.  Specialized fields within business organizations are analyzed, and the role of business in modern society is examined.

BUS 100 A Business Organization & Management 

  TR -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- C-09

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 100 HM Business Organization & Management

  T -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- RH-203

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 100 HT Business Organization & Management

  W -- 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. -- Ti-219 -- McGrath, Robin

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS100Z Business Organization & Management

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 101 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3 credits)

Description: This is a course of study that introduces financial accounting and financial reporting for business entities. It offers an introduction to accounting information systems with emphasis on measuring, reporting, and using accounting information related to operating, investing, and financing activities, and involves detailed discussion of accounting concepts and issues concerning the financial position, income statement, statement of stockholders’ equity and statement of cash flows.  (Prerequisite: Placement into MAT 100 or higher)

BUS 101 A Introduction to Financial Accounting

  MW -- 9 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- C-09 -- Howe, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 101 Z Introduction to Financial Accounting

  ONLIN-Online -- Howe, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 110 Quantitative Business Skills (3 credits)

Description: Development of quantitative skills through application of mathematical operations to the solution of practical problems in general business, retailing, accounting, consumer credit, and personal finance.  Topics include percentages, simple and compound interest, establishing retail pricing, discounts, depreciation, payroll, taxes, bank statements and reconciliations, preparing accounting financial reports, consumer credit, investing, annuities, and statistics.  This course does not meet college - level math course requirements.

BUS 110 Z Quantitative Business Skills

  ONLIN-Online -- Howe, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 154 Small Business Accounting (3 credits)

Description: A practical approach to the principles of accounting pertaining to proprietorships. The accounting cycle and preparation of financial statements are emphasized, with a focus on control of cash, payroll, sales, and purchases. The latest available technology will be used to expose students to accounting software used by small businesses.

BUS 154 Z Small Business Accounting

  ONLIN-Online -- Howe, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 203 Business Law I (3 credits)

Description: Introduction to the study of law and legal dispute resolution, litigation, courts and procedures. Criminal law, civil law, including contracts and torts, and administrative law will be examined. The emphasis of the course is contract law related to business, including offer and acceptance, consideration, defenses, performance, breach, and rights of third parties. Generally offered Fall semester only.

BUS 203 A Business Law I

  TR 8 a.m. to 9:20 a.m. -- C-09

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 203 HSRMT Business Law I

  W -- 4 p.m. to 5:20 p.m. -- Tribal Admin Building -- Duffey, Kimberly

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 203 Z Business Law I

  ONLIN-Online -- Duffey, Kimberly

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 211 Human Resource Management (3 credits)

Description: An overview of human resource management functions such as strategic human resource planning, equal employment opportunity, job analysis, recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, compensation, training and employee development, employee rights, benefits, health and safety, and labor relations.

BUS 211 Z Humn Resource Management

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 217 Principles of Management (3 credits)

Description: This course reviews management theories and practices applicable to all organizations. Students will study the improvement of the performance of organizations and departments by combining the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Advisors are encouraged to enroll only those students with 30 or more 
credit hours completed

BUS 217 Z Principles of Management

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 220 Business Communications (3 credits)

Description: A study of the structure and types of business communications from a behavioral approach.  Emphasis is placed on the organization and composition of various internal and external communications including letters, memos, emails, and the development of job search communication skills, including resume development, interview skills, and related job search written communication skills. (Prerequisite: ENG 100.)

BUS 220 HSRMT  Business Communications

  W -- 5:30 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. -- Tribal Admin Building -- Duffey, Kimberly

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 220 Z  Business Communications

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

BUS 243 E-Commerce (3 credits)

Description: The course explores the methods in which businesses are using the Internet and Web to conduct transactions today.  The course focuses specifically on digitally enabled commercial transactions between and among organizations and individuals.  Students will learn basic e-commerce terminology and concepts; explore various e-commerce business models, learn about the e-commerce website development process; learn to select appropriate infrastructure components for e-commerce websites; look at various methods for scrutinizing online transactions and explore advances in e-commerce expansion.

BUS 243 Z E-Commerce

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CHE 100 Chemistry for Life Sciences (3 credits)

Description: The study of the fundamental definitions, theories, and principles of general (inorganic), organic, and biochemistry.  Designed for majors in the health sciences in order to prepare them for the study of anatomy and physiology or pharmacology.  There is no laboratory component for this course. This course is not open to any student who has successfully completed CHE 101 or CHE 102. (Prerequisite: Placement into MAT 121 or higher, or completion of or concurrent enrollment in MAT 100)

CHE 100 M Chemistry for the Life Sciences

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- RH-203 -- Church, Kevin

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CHE 100 Z Chemistry for the Life Sciences

  ONLIN-Online -- Church, Kevin

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CHE 101 General Chemistry I (4 credits)

Description: A study of fundamental definitions, reaction stoichiometry, solutions, theories of chemical reactions, kinetics, equivalence, equilibrium, synthesis, acids, bases, salts, and hydrolysis.  Laboratory work in fundamental techniques synthesis and quantitative analysis. Lecture and laboratory. (Prerequisite:  High school algebra, previous or concurrent registration in MAT 129.  High school chemistry is desirable, but not required)

CHE 101 HV General Chemistry I

  ONLIN-Live Online -- TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m -- Shoemaker, Sarah    8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CHE 101 HVS General Chemistry I Lab

  F -- 9:30 a.m. to 12:10 a.m. -- S-20 -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CHE 105 Forensic Science (4 credits)

Description: This course will familiarize students with the basic principles and uses of science in forensic applications.  The evidence collected at a crime scene can often tell the story of the criminal act if interpreted properly.  Detection and analysis of DNA, blood, fiber, hair, footprints, toxic substances, trace evidence, and illegal drugs are important in crime scene analysis.  The student will be exposed to a variety of techniques used to collect and process crime scene evidence as well as gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts and methodologies of science.  
Previous or concurrent enrollment in MAT 121 or CRJ 208 is recommended.

CHE 105 V Forensic Science

   ONLIN-Online -- Wright, Allen

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CHE 105 VV Forensic Science Lab

  ONLIN-Live Online -- R -- 3:30 p.m. to 6:10 p.m. -- Wright, Allan

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CIS / ART 105 Introduction to Computer Graphics (3 credits)

Description: An introductory course focused on various computer software and hardware components for computer graphics. Also included are the underlying principles and processes employed in the dynamic field of computer graphics. (Cross-listed as ART105).

CIS / ART 105 A Introduction to Computer Graphics

   TR -- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. -- C-07 -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

   8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CIS / ART 105 M Introduction to Computer Graphics

  MW -- 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. -- BM-301 -- LaMour, Tina

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CIS / ART 105 Z Introduction to Computer Graphics

   ONLIN-Online -- Monette, David

   8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CIS 130 Productivity Computing (3 credits)

Description: An exploration of personal productivity application software.  Students with moderate computer experience will utilize an integrated personal productivity package to enhance their knowledge of word processing, electronic spreadsheet, and presentation graphics functionality and techniques.  Students will also create an integrated project, work with basic manipulation of graphic images within application programs.

CIS 130 A Productivity Computing

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-15 -- Howe, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CIS 130 HM Productivity Computing

  T -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- RH-CL -- Duffey, Kimberly

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CIS 130 Z Productivity Computing

  ONLIN-Online -- Duffey, Kimberly

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CRJ 101 Criminal Justice (3 credits)

Description:This course provides an introduction to the three main entities of the Criminal Justice system:  law enforcement, the courts, and corrections.  The course addresses the elements of a crime, the constitutional requirements regarding search and seizure, use of force, and arrests.  The course also covers the organizational and jurisdictional matters regarding local, state and federal courts.  The student will become familiar with the goals of the criminal justice sanction, the sentencing process, and the various types of sanctions available to meet those goals.  This course provides an overview of the correctional system, including probation, intermediate sanctions, and incarceration.

CRJ 101 A Criminal Justice

  MW -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- HH-105 -- Merrick, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CRJ 101 M Criminal Justice

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- RH-108 -- Merrick, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CRJ 202 Substantive Criminal Law (3 credits)

Description: This course focuses on the Model Penal Code (MPC) in defining for the student the laws that describe what constitutes criminal behavior.  It provides a detailed explanation of each criminal act and how the criminal acts are classified based on seriousness and culpability.  The course addresses the elements of a crime and the various defenses legally available to the defendant.  (Taking CRJ 101 is recommended but not a prerequisite)

CRJ 202 A Substantive Criminal Law

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- HH-105 -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CRJ 202 M Substantive Criminal Law

  MW -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- RH-208 -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CRJ290 Criminal Evidence Law (3 credits)

Description: The student will study how evidence is sought, gathered, and processed for use in a criminal trial and the legal ramifications of law enforcement's failure to comply with the laws addressing how evidence can be sought, gathered, and processed.  The course addresses the various types of evidence, what evidence is, and the rationale for the rules regarding the admissibility of evidence in court.  At the completion of this course, the student will have a working knowledge of the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution.   (Prerequisite:  CRJ 101 and/or related police work)

CRJ 290 A  Criminal Evidence Law

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- HH-105-- Merrick, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CRJ 290 M  Criminal Evidence Law

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- RH-108-- Merrick, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

CSP 100 College Success Seminar (1 credit)

Description: An exploration of the tools, techniques, and skills necessary for success in college life.

CSP 100  A1 College Success Seminar

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 11:50 a.m -- C-13 -- Brice, Angela

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

CSP 100 B1 College Success Seminar

  TR -- 1 p.m. to 1:50 p.m -- C-08 -- Williams, Lisa

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

CSP 100 HM1 College Success Seminar

  W -- 1 p.m.  to 1:50 p.m.-- RH-207-- Wells, Kate

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

CSP 100 HT1 College Success Seminar

  W -- 2 p.m.  to 3:20 p.m.-- Ti-219 -- LeMay-Klipple, Selina

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

CSP 100 Z1 College Success Seminar

  ONLIN-Online -- Irland, Kim

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

CSP 100 ZZ1 College Success Seminar

  ONLIN-Online -- Dumont, Jerrad

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

DRA 133 Acting I (3 credits)

Description: An experiential course that acquaints students with several techniques and exercises used to explore and awaken their creativity and acting abilities. Topics include movement, voice, improvisation, and character development.

DRA 133 V Acting I

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- Glover, Maragaret (Beth)

   8/29/22 to 12/15/22

EAS 110 Astronomy I (3 credits)

Description: An introductory course involving geophysics, timekeeping, navigation, the moon, solar system, sun stellar astronomy, galactic astronomy, spectroscopy, radio astronomy, and cosmography.

EAS 110 Z  Astronomy I

  ONLIN-Online -- Coppola, Edward

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

EAS 111 Introductory Astronomy I Lab (1 credit)

Description: Course provides practical experience in observational astronomy including telescopic and naked eye observations, and laboratory exercises.  EAS 111 fulfills the lab science elective for most degree programs.  Can be taken with or without EAS 110.  Pre-req:  MAT 100, Elementary Algebra or above.

EAS 111 Z  Introductory Astronomy I Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Coppola, Edward

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ECO 101 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3 credits)

Description: An introductory course which views the behavior of the economy as a whole and the problems of economic organization. Students will explore the fluctuations of output and prices. Problems and measurement of economic growth, inflation, unemployment, and income will be discussed. Money, credit and financial institutions will be analyzed, as well as their impact on fiscal policies and international trade.

ECO 101 A  Introduction to Macroeconomics

  MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- C-09 -- Staff

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ECO 101 Z  Introduction to Macroeconomics

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

EDU 201 Foundations of Education (3 credits)

Description: A comprehensive introduction to the historical, sociological, and philosophical foundations of education.  This course will require students to examine the social purposes of education in historical and contemporary contexts; engage students in the study of education through the academic disciplines of sociology, history, and philosophy; examine the significance of social differences (class, culture, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion) for education; develop and express a personal philosophy of education; and examine the relationship of schooling to democratic practices and principles.  (Prerequisite:  ENG 101)

EDU 201 Z  Foundations of Education

  ONLIN-Online -- Cantwell, Jennifer

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 Essenrials of Effective Writing (3 credits)

Description: Students will learn the fundamentals of reading, evaluating, and writing essays to prepare them to read and write successfully at the college level. Key skills developed throughout the course include writing clear and correct sentences, arranging sentences in a variety of paragraph types that develop a central thesis, and writing short essays on a variety of topics. Critical reading and thinking skills (evaluating sources, as well as recognizing an author’s purpose, tone, and bias) are emphasized. Learning and study techniques for textbook reading, note-taking, test preparation and test-taking are also covered. (Prerequisite:  placement examination)

ENG 100 A ESS Effective Writing -- Locke, Christopher

  MW -- 9 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- C-13

  M -- 10 a.m. to 10:50 in C-15

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 B ESS Effective Writing -- STAFF

  MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- C-13

  M -- 3 to 3:50 in C-15

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 C ESS Effective Writing -- Cantwell, Jennifer

  TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. -- C-17

  T -- 12 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. in C-15

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 D ESS Effective Writing

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- C-17

  T -- 3 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. in C-15

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 M ESS Effective Writing -- Bushey, Donna

  MW -- 9 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- RH-203

  M -- 10 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. in RH-CL

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 N ESS Effective Writing -- Bushey, Donna

  MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- RH-203

  M -- 3 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. in RH-CL

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 T ESS Effective Writing -- McGrath, Thomas

  MW -- 9 a.m. to 10:50 p.m. -- Ti-219

  M -- 10 a.m. to 10:50 p.m. in Ti-CL

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 V ESS Effective Writing

  MW -- 9 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- ONLIN-Live Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 100 Z ESS Effective Writing

  ONLIN-Online -- Locke, Christopher

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 English Composition I (3 credits)

Description: Emphasizes development of the writing process and key skills required in writing clear, concise, and effective essays using various rhetorical devices.  Special attention will be given to a research paper requiring MLA documentation.  (Prerequisite:  C- or higher in ENG 100 or placement test)

ENG 101 A English Comp I

  MW -- 9 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- Libr-11 -- Filler, Shir

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 B English Comp I

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. -- Libr-11 -- Williams, Lisa

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 C English Comp I

  TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. -- Libr-11 -- Filler, Shir

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 HD1 English Comp I

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- Libr-11

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

ENG 101 HM1 English Comp I

  M -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- RH-208 -- Taylor, Brandi

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

ENG 101 HSRMT English Comp I

  T -- 5:30 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. -- Tribal Admin building -- Wells, Kate

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 HT1 English Comp I-- McGrath, Thomas

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. -- Ti-114

  R -- 1:30 p.m. to 2:20 p.m. in Ti-CL

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

ENG 101 N English Comp I -- Taylor, Brandi

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. -- RH-207

  W -- 12 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. in RH-CL

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 O English Comp I -- Wells, Kate

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- RH-207

  R -- 3 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. in RH-CL

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 V English Comp I

  T -- 2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. -- Live ONLIN-online -- Watts, Charles

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 Z English Comp I

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 101 Z1 English Comp I

  ONLIN-Online -- Rowe, Bruce

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

ENG 101 Z2 English Comp I

  ONLIN-Online

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 102 English Composition II (3 credits)

Description: Emphasizes reading and writing essays with particular attention given to the generation, development, and presentation of ideas.  Studying the role of tone and style as well as developing critical thinking skills to assist with communicating complex ideas are key components of this course.  (Prerequisite:  C- or higher in ENG 101)

ENG 102 HA English Comp II

  M -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- HH-116 -- Rowe, Bruce

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 102 HT English Comp II

  R -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m -- Ti-114 -- McGrath, Thomas

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 102 Z2 English Comp II

  ONLIN-Online -- Rowe, Bruce

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 105 Public Speaking (3 credits)

Description: Helps students make a clear, effective speech and evaluate speeches presented by others.  Students will be acquainted with the minimum theory necessary for speech-making and will be offered practice in delivering a number of speeches, each of which will accomplish a specific goal.

ENG 105 A Public Speaking

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-10 -- Cantwell, Jennifer

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 105 HB2 Public Speaking

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- C-17 -- Dorr, Summer

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 115 Modern World Literature (3 credits)

Description: Introductory study of classic and contemporary literature with an international and multicultural focus. Critical skills are also developed through in-class discussion and response essays. 
(Prerequisite:  Placement into ENG 101 or a grade of C- or higher in ENG 100)

ENG 115 V Modern World Lit

  ONLIN-Live Online -- W -- 2 to 3:20 p.m. -- Rowe, Bruce

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 129 Poetry (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to poetry within a variety of traditional and contemporary forms reflecting the history of the genre as well as its many styles, interpretations, and functions as an art form.  The craft of poetry, including key devices and elements, will also be discussed. (Prerequisite:  Placement into ENG 101 or a grade of C- or higher in ENG 100)

ENG 129 Z1 Poetry

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

ENG 203 American Literature I (3 credits)

Description: Examines literature in various genres from the early colonial period (1600s) through the Civil War (1865) in the Americas.  Authors discussed may include Franklin, Paine, Irving, Poe, Hawthorne, Emerson, Thoreau, Melville, Whitman, Dickinson, Douglass, and Truth, among others.  Writers historically left out of the traditional canon shall also be included. (Prerequisite:  ENG 101)

ENG 203 V American Literature I

  W -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- ONLIN-Live Online -- Rowe, Bruce

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 205 Poetry Writing (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to the creative process of writing poetry, in which students will study a variety of work from published poets, as well as the movements associated with them.  They will study the basic elements and forms of poetry and develop their own skill in writing a collection of poems. (Prerequisite:  Placement into ENG 101 or a grade of C- or higher in ENG 100)

ENG 205 Z2 Poetry Writing

  ONLIN-Online -- Locke, Christopher

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

ENG 210 Children's Literature (3 credits)

Description: A survey of literature for children, including critical analysis and study of the history of this genre.  (Prerequisite:  Placement into ENG 101 or a grade of C- or higher in ENG 100)

ENG 210 Z Children's Literature

  ONLIN-Online -- Bushey, Donna

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENV 101 Introduction to Environmental and Outdoor Studies (3 credits)

Description: This course introduces students to environmental and outdoor studies from multiple perspectives based in the liberal arts.  The interdisciplinary nature of this course includes study of the environmental movement, shifts in environmental philosophies, human impact on the environment, ethics, economic policy, sustainability, and outdoor recreation. The course will include an exploration of the unique balance of economic development, tourism, recreation, and conservation within the Adirondack Park.

ENV 101 HA Introduction to Environmental and Outdoor Studies

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- RSH-301 (Riv St Ha) -- Cunningham, James

  10/11/22 to 12/15/15

ENV / BIO 104 Environmental Science (3 credits)

Description: Explores the biological processes occurring in physical, biological, and human environments.  Issues of ecology, resource utilization, pollution, global warming, wilderness, energy, solid waste management, risk assessment, and environmental ethics and citizenship are studied.  A one-credit laboratory, ENV 108, may be separately scheduled.  (Cross-listed with BIO 104)

ENV / BIO 104 A Environmental Science

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENV / BIO 104 Z Environmental Science

  ONLIN-Online -- Guimara, Kristel

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENV / BIO 108 Environmental Science Lab (1 credit)

Description: A laboratory that complements but is independent of the Environmental Science lectures.  Labs study a core of material on water pollution, air pollution, human population, and additional topics representing local concerns.  (Prerequisite:  Prior or concurrent enrollment in ENV 104 or permission of instructor). (Cross-listed with BIO 108)

ENV / BIO 108 A Environmental Science Lab

  F -- 8 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. -- S-01-- McAllister, Brian

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

ENV / BIO 108 Z Environmental Science Lab

  ONLIN-Online-- Guimara, Kristel

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HEA 101 Medical Trminology (3 credits)

Description: Designed for majors in the health sciences and will review common physiological, anatomical, biological, and chemical terminology and introduce pathologic, therapeutic, and analytical terms and concepts.  (Prerequisite:  Previous or concurrent registration in BIO 109 (Human Biology) is not necessary but strongly recommended.)

HEA 101 Z Medical Terminology

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HEA 101 ZZ Medical Terminology

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HEA 101 ZZZ Medical Terminology

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HEA 102 Introduction to Health Careers (3 credits)

Description: This course will serve as an introduction to the vast array of career options in healthcare and the health sciences.  In this course, students will have the opportunity to assess their own skills and interests, hear from guest speakers from different professions and explore career opportunities.

HEA 102 Z Introduction to Health Careers

  ONLIN-Online -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HEA 102 ZZ Introduction to Health Careers

  ONLIN-Online -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 100 Personal & Family Health (3 credits)

Description: This course approaches the concepts of health and wellness by examining the most pertinent topics and issues facing adults in today’s society. The object is an awareness and application of preventative and holistic practices.  The opportunity to develop plans for life style health behavioral changes and/or strategies, with input and assistance from the instructor, is available and encouraged. 

HED 100 Z Personal & Family Health

  ONLIN-Online -- Dumont, Jerrad

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 102 Introduction to Nutrition (3  credits)

Description: An introductory course designed to provide a relationship between health and nutrition.  Nutrients, their actions, interactions, balance and relationships will be covered.  In addition, energy balance, special needs (e.g. athletes, aged, etc.), consumerism and application to personal needs will be explored.  A background in biochemistry is not essential.

HED 102 Z Introduction to Nutrition

  ONLIN-Online -- Small, Judy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 102 ZZ Introduction to Nutrition

  ONLIN-Online -- Small, Judy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 115 Cardio Pulmonary Resusitation (0.50 credits)

Description: This course meets the American Red Cross standards.  It is designed as a first aid procedure in which the trained person can provide immediate care for the victims of heart disease, including heart attacks resulting in clinical death.  Preventative medicine techniques are included to provide information for students to plan a life style which diminishes their own chances of being a heart disease victim.

HED 115 A* Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  T --  4:15 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. S-19 -- Harwood, Scott

  10/4/22

HED 115 B* Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  T --  4:15 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. S-19 -- Harwood, Scott

  11/1/22

HED 115 M* Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  T --  4:15 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. RH-CL -- Harwood, Scott

  10/18/22

HED 115 Z* Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

 ONLIN-Online -- Harwood, Scott

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 140 Basic First Aid (0.50 credits)

Description: Prepares participants to make appropriate decisions about the first aid care provided during medical emergencies.  Injury prevention, personal safety, and the skills needed to provide emergency first aid are taught.  
Students may obtain American Heart Association or American Red Cross certification in First Aid.

HED 140 Z* Basic First Aid

  ONLIN-Online -- Harwood, Scott

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 140 ZZ* Basic First Aid

  ONLIN-Online -- Harwood, Scott

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HED 150 Somatic Kinesiology (3 credits)

Description: Somatics is the field that looks at the human body as directly experienced from within.  Kinesiology is the study of human movement.  This course utilizes our proprioceptive (self-sensing) capability as a means for investigating the movement systems of the body including posture, locomotion, and respiration.  We will examine the role of stress and trauma in the etiology of loss of function and postural decline often mistakenly attributed to aging.  The practical-experiential portion of this class will explore methods of sensory-motor training designed to prevent or reverse the loss of voluntary control of neuromuscular function at the heart of negative aging, non-pathological chronic pain and a variety of functional illnesses.  Topics to be covered include:  somatic movement education, sensory-motor function, positive aging, stress management, survey of somatic philosophy and theory and new perspectives on modern medical enigmas such as essential hypertension and chronic back pain.

HED 150 V Somatic Kinesiology

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50p.m.  ONLIN-Live Online -- MacDougall, David

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HIS 101 Western Civilization I (3 credits)

Description: A survey  of the political, geographic, social, economic, and intellectual factors that have contributed to the growth and development of western civilization from the earlies human civilizations through the Renaissance.

HIS 101 Z Western Civilization I

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Thomas

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HIS 103 World Histroy I (3 credits)

Description: A survey and analysis of world civilizations and institutions from their origin through the Seventeenth Century.  Influences on modern civilization will be explored.

HIS 103 Z World History I

  ONLIN-Online -- Brewer, Steven

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HIS 151 U.S. History I (3 credits)

Description: Frontier psychology, isolationism, and regional interests are major topics to be examined in the study of the early development of American civilization to the Civil War.

HIS 151 HA U.S. History I

  W -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- C-10 -- McGrath, Thomas

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HIS 151 HT U.S. History I

  T -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- Ti-114 -- McGrath, Thomas

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HIS 151 M U.S. History I

  TR -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- BM-203 -- Snyder, Daniel

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUM 101 Introduction to Humanities (3 credits)
 
Description: An interdisciplinary survey course designed to give students a broad introduction to the humanities.  The course encompasses the fine and performing arts and will engage students in discussion of multi-cultural perspectives and creative expression in society.  Throughout the survey course students will explore the most basic question:  What does it mean to be human?
 
HUM 101 HA -- Introduction to Humanities
 
  T -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- C-08 -- Williams, Lisa
 
  8/29/22 to 12/15/22
 

HUM 112 Introduction to Women's Studies (3 credits)

Description: An introductory survey course focusing on major cultural, economic, political, and legal issues concerning women and gender.  An integral part of this course is the study of successful individuals, social movements, established organizations, and viable problem solving strategies to effect change.  Contributions by women to the field of science, literature and the arts will also be examined.  (Prerequisite:  ENG 100 or ENG 101 placement)

HUM 112 Z Introduction to Women's Studies

  ONLIN-Online -- Dajany, Innam

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUM 145 Wilderness in Literature Culture & Identity (3 credits)

Description: Through this course, students will learn how encounters with wilderness have helped shape an American identity, American ideas about wilderness, and the literary canon in the United States.  The course will include an experiential component in which students participate in wilderness-based field activities and reflect upon their attitudes and ideas about wilderness in the Adirondack Park.

HUM 145 Z2 Wilderness in Literature, Culture and Identity

  ONLIN-Online -- Dorr, Summer

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

HUM 155 Religion & the Modern World (3 credits)

Description: An exploration of perspectives on the place of religion and spirituality in the contemporary world.  Topic areas include:  religion and science, religion and education, religion’s role in war and peacemaking, religious and spiritual diversity, first amendment concerns, and modes of communication among persons with different world views.

HUM 155 A Religion & the Modern World

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- HH-116 -- Dorr, Summer

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 101 Introduction to Human Services (3 credits)

Description: This course is designed for those interested in investigating human services as a field of study and/or employment. It surveys the diverse field of the human services and examines the aptitudes and skills of effective helpers. Field visits to human services agencies will occur throughout the semester to enable students to experience first-hand this diversity and explore career options.

HUS 101 HA Introduction to Human Services

  T -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-10 -- Poirier, Renee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 101 HM Introduction to Human Services

  R -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- RH-208 -- Poirier, Renee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 101 HSRMT Introduction to Human Services

  M -- 5:30 p.m. to 6:50 -- Tribal Admin building -- Venery, Christine

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 101 Z Introduction to Human Services

  ONLIN-Online -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 200 Human Services Delivery (3 credits)

Description: Focusing on the skills/competencies that are critical to effectively deliver human services to clients and communities.  These competencies include documentation, assessment, treatment planning, intervention, discharge, and referral processes.  The course also explores ethics of the helping professions, helper wellness, and the uniqueness of the client-counselor relationship.  The Core Competencies and Skill Standards of Human Services and the 12 Core Functions of Chemical Dependency Counselors provide the primary framework for the course. (Prerequisite: HUS 101)

HUS 200 V1 Human Services Delivery

  ONLIN-Live Online -- W -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

HUS 201 Basic Counseling Skills (3 credits)

Description: Designed to teach basic counseling skills including attending, active listening, goal-setting, program development, implementation, and evaluation.  There will be ample opportunity for monitored practice.  This course is appropriate not only for those anticipating a formal role in human services (e.g. group assistant, personnel manager, probation officer), but also for anyone interested in increasing their ability to help others (e.g. friend or parent). (Prerequisite: Any previous course in Psychology)

HUS 201 V Basic Counseling Skills

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- M -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- Poirier, Renee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 203 Peer Advocate Practicum (3 credits)

Description: An approved online training and fieldwork experience designed for students working in or who wish to work in the NYS Mental Health System.  Upon completion of this training, students will be eligible to be certified by NYS as a credentialed peer advocate.  Weekly individual and group supervision serves to help integrate and reinforce foundational theory and concepts learned through the training with practice, as well as navigate ethical and other challenges that may present themselves.  Pre-req: 3.00 GPA, sophomore status.

HUS 203 V Peer Advocate Practicum

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- R -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 205 Human Services Internship (3 credits)

Description: An approved fieldwork experience designed for human services and chemical dependency counseling majors.  Students will participate in a supervised fieldwork experience where they will apply course theory, method, and skills in their day-to-day interactions with clients. (Prerequisite: Second year standing in major including completion of 50% or more of core coursework. Core course average of a grade of “C” or higher.)

HUS 205 V Human Service Internship

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- M -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:20 p.m. -- Poirier, Renee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

HUS 241 Behavior Modification (3 credits)

Description: An introductory survey of the major principles of behavior modification as well as their application in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings.  An integration of theories and principles of behavior change across a wide range of settings and problem areas is provided.  Students will apply behavioral principles to their own lives and learn to do behavioral assessment and measurement.  (Prerequisite:  PSY 101)

HUS 241 Z Behavior Modification

  ONLIN-Online -- Dubay, Laurie

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

NCCC’s massage therapy program is registered and approved by the New York State Education Department. Contact NCCC Admissions for more details about entrance to the program and its courses.

MAT 095 PreAlgebra (3 credits)

Description:This mathematics course is a concentrated study of arithmetic and introductory algebra designed to ready students for college mathematics.  Topics include whole numbers, decimals, fractions, signed numbers, applications of percent and an introduction of algebra.  Students will be allowed to use a basic four-function calculator in this course.  This course does not earn credit toward graduation.  (Prerequisite:  Math Placement Examination)

MAT 095 A PreAlgebra

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 p.m. -- C-13 -- Warner, Allison

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 095 M PreAlebra

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. --  BM-203 -- LaPlante, Sean

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 095 T PreAlgebra

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- Ti-222 -- Nelson, Peter

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 095 V PreAlgebra

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m.-- Susice, Lee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 100 Elementary Algebra (3 credits)

Description: This course is an in-depth study of introductory algebra intended as preparation for college mathematics.  Topics include signed numbers, solving equations, graphing, exponents, polynomials, and factoring.  There will be attention to applications throughout the semester.  This course earns general elective credit toward graduation, but does not fulfill a MAT requirement. Students will be allowed to use only a basic four-function calculator in this course.  (Prerequisite: Math Placement Examination or successful completion of MAT 095 with C- or higher. Students who have successfully completed MAT 129 or higher may not take this course. )

MAT 100 A Elementary Algebra

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- C-09 -- LaPlante, Sean

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 100 B Elementary Algebra

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-13 -- LaPlante, Sean

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 100 C Elementary Algebra

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-13 -- DiUglio, Anthony

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 100 M Elementary Algebra

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- BM-203 -- LaPlante, Sean

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 100 V Elementary Algebra

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m  -- Prince, Marie-Vicky

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 120 Introduction to Math Concepts (3 credits)

Description: This mathematics course is designed for students majoring in a career or terminal program as an option for satisfying their minimum mathematics requirements.  In certain cases, it may serve as a preparatory course for higher level mathematics. Topics include real numbers, graphing, algebra, geometry, introductory statistics, personal financial management, and various applications of each. (Prerequisite:  MAT 095 with B- or higher, successful completion of MAT 100, or placement test)

MAT 120 V Introduction to Math Concepts

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- Susice, Lee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 120 Z Introduction to Math Concepts

  ONLIN-Online -- Susice, Lee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 121 Elementary Statistics (3 credits)

Description: This course is an introductory course in statistics that enables students to comprehend and compute the various measures of statistics.  Topics include the basic concepts of statistics, sampling, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, normal and binomial distributions, fundamentals of probability, and confidence intervals.  Scientific calculator required for this course.  (Prerequisite:  Math Placement Examination or completion of MAT 100 or MAT 120 with C- or higher grade)

MAT 121 A Elementary Statistics

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- C-13 -- Warner, Allison

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 121 M Elementary Statistics

  MW -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- BM-203 -- LaPlante, Sean

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 121 T Elementary Statistics

  W -- 2:15 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- Ti-222 -- Nelson, Peter

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22 

MAT 121 V Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- MW -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m -- Susice, Lee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 121 VV Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- TR -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- Prince, Marie-Vicky

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 121 Z Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Online -- Warner, Allison

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 121 ZZ Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Online -- Warner, Allison

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 129 Intermediate Algebra (3 credits)

Description: This algebra course is designed as a preparation for further work in mathematics.  Topics include the real numbers, rational exponents, algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities, graphing inequalities, polynomials, factoring, algebraic fractions and equations, radicals, and quadratic equations.  (Prerequisite:  Math Placement Examination or completion of MAT 100 with C- or higher grade. Students who have successfully completed MAT 132 or higher may not take this course.)

MAT 129 A Intermediate Algebra

  TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- C-13 -- Warner, Allison

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 129 V Intermediate Algebra

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- Warner, Allison

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MAT 132 Precalculus (4 credits)

Description: This course is a continuation of the mathematical topics covered in MAT 129.  Topics include mathematical modeling, functions, linear, quadratic, and polynomial applications and graphing, exponential and logarithmic functions, analytic geometry and trigonometry, in addition to an introduction to limits.  (Prerequisite:  Math Placement Examination or completion of MAT 129 with C- or higher grade)

MAT 132 Z Precalculus

  ONLIN-Online -- Susice, Lee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MUS 100 Music Appreciation (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to interest, taste, and discrimination in music and its relationship to other art forms.  Topics include a survey of music forms, instruments of the orchestra, music in national cultures, and biographies of composers.

MUS 100 A Music Appreciation

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- S-19 -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

MUS 100 M Music Appreciation

  MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- RH-108  -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

Nursing is a competitive admission health career program. See the Allied Health Programs Admissions page for more details.

PED 129 Basic Rock Climbing (1 credit)

PED 129 A Basic Rock Climbing

  F -- 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. -- Off Campus -- Roth, William

  9/2/22 to 9/30/22

PED 138 Introduction to Yoga (1 credit)

Description: An introduction to the ancient art and science of Yoga, focusing on movement into a variety of seated, standing and lying postures using basic breath techniques, meditation and relaxation.  This course is designed to benefit students of all ages and physical ability.

PED 138 Z1 Introduction to Yoga

  ONLIN-Online -- Frazier, Michele

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 190 Physical Conditioning (1 credit)

PED 190 A1 Physical Conditioning

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- LaDue, Chad

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 190 B2 Physical Conditioning

  TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- LaDue, Chad

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PED 190 Z1 Physical Conditioning

  ONLIN-Online

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 190 Z2 Physical Conditioning

  ONLIN-Online

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PED 193 Intercollegiate Athletics I (1 credit)

PED 193 A1 Intercollegiate Athletics I -- Men's Soccer

  S -- 9 a.m. to 12p.m. -- GYM-Athletic Field -- Cowan, Wayne

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 193 B1 Intercollegiate Athletics I -- Women's Soccer

  S -- 9 a.m. to 12p.m. -- GYM-Athletic Field -- Egglefield, Kent

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 197 Volleyball (1 credit)

PED 197 A1 Volleyball

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- LaDue, Chad

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 238 Intermediate Yoga (1 credit)

Description: This course is designed to take students who have completed Intro Yoga (PED 138) to a deeper level of knowledge and practice of Yoga.  Students will continue to work with foundation poses to release their spine as well as learn more sophisticated and challenging poses using the same principles of support and release.  Students will continue to explore breathing and guided awareness as tools to quiet the mind, manage stress and maintain or improve their overall health and well-being. Pre-req PED 138 or permission of instructor.

PED 238 Z2 Intermediate Yoga

  ONLIN-Online -- Frazier, Michele

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PED 293 Intercollegiate Athletics II (1 credit)

PED 293 A1 Intercollegiate Athletics II -- Men's Soccer

  S -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. -- GYM-Athletic Field -- Cowan, Wayne

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PED 293 B1 Intercollegiate Athletics II -- Women's Soccer

  S -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. -- GYM-Athletic Field -- Egglefield, Kent

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PHI 100 Philosophical Issues (3 credits)

Description: A theoretical and contemporary problem approach to four basic ideas of philosophy:  metaphysics (humans and their universe; knowledge (humans and their capacity for knowing); morality (humans and their actions); free will and determinism (humans and their freedom).

PHI 100 V2 Philosophical Issues

  ONLIN-Live Online -- MW -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m -- Dorr, Summer --

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PHI 112 Critical Thinking (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to the elements of rational thought, this course teaches problem-solving and decision-making skills with an emphasis on analyzing and constructing sound arguments.  The course will also help students identify the issues in their lives, cast them in solvable form, and use logical reasoning to find the answers that are most right or useful for the particular situation.

PHI 112 Z Critical Thinking

  ONLIN-Online -- Filler, Shir

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

POS 102 American Government & Politics (3 credits)

Description: A study of the political development, structure, governmental processes, and political parties of the United States.

POS 102 Z American Government & Politics

  ONLIN-Online -- Lavoie, Robert

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 101 Introductory Psychology (3 credits)

Description: The systematic study of human behavior and experience. Students will become acquainted with the methods and language of the discipline.

PSY 101 B Introductory Psychology

  TR 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.-- Hough, Ernest

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 101 HA1 Introductory Psychology

  W -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-17 -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

PSY 101 HM1 Introductory Psychology

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- RH-203 -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  8/29/22 to 10/19/22

 PSY 101 T Introductory Psychology

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- TI-114 -- Corey, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 101 Z Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Price, William

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 101 Z1 Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, , Camelia

  8/29/22 to 10/15/22

PSY 101 Z2 Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, , Camelia

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 101 ZZ Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, , Camelia

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 105 Leadership (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to the study of leadership.  This course will enable the student to develop leadership knowledge and skills for future roles in business, community, and professional organizations.

PSY 105 HA2 Leadership

  T -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- HH-116 -- Irland, Kim

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 105 Z Leadership

  ONLIN-Online -- Irland, Kim

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 130 Psychology of Personal Growth (3 credits)

Description: This course examines behavioral and cognitive approaches and strategies for enhancing one’s personal growth.  It is designed for students interested in relating psychology to their life experience.  Topics include wellness, self-discovery, cultural and developmental concerns, stress management, sexuality, and spirituality.

PSY 130 HA Psychology of Personal Growth

  T -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- C-10 -- Poirier, Renee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 130 HM Psychology of Personal Growth

  R -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- RH-208 -- Poirier, Renee

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 130 Z Psychology of Personal Growth

  ONLIN-Online -- Newcomb, Christine

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 138 Psychology of Human Relations (3 credits)

Description: This course explores the field of interpersonal communication.  Communication concepts, theories, and principles of human behavior relevant to interpersonal relationships are discussed and demonstrated.  Opportunities to practice human interaction skills and to understand the necessity for skilled interpersonal relationships are provided.  The individual and the individual response in a group setting are emphasized.

PSY 138 Z Psychology of Human Relations

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Cammy

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 202 Developmental Psychology (3 credits)

Description: Traces human development from conception through death.  The physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth and development of humans through the life stages will be studied.  (Prerequisite:  PSY 101)

PSY 202 HA2 Developmental Psychology

  W -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-17 -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 202 HM2 Developmental Psychology

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. --  RH-203 -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 202 Z  Developmental Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Price, William

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 202 Z2  Developmental Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 202 ZZ Developmental Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Price, William

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 203 Abnormal Psychology (3 credits)

Description: A study of historical and contemporary perspective on psychological and behavioral responses that depart from social norms.  This course will examine definitions, causes, and treatments of these abnormalities.  Attention will be also given to current legal and policy issues.  (Prerequisite:  PSY 101)

PSY 203 Z2  Abnormal Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Cammy

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

PSY 253 Child Psychology (3 credits)

Description: A topical study of child development from infancy through adolescence.  Topics include physical, social, cognitive, moral, and expressive development, language, and personality.  Each topic will be examined chronologically, allowing students to understand what developmental characteristics to expect at any given age as well as what changes to expect in an area of development over time. (Prerequisite:  PSY 101)

PSY 253 Z2  Child Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

Radiologic Technology is a competitive admission health career program. See the Allied Health Programs Admissions page for more details.

REC 101 Introduction to Leisure Services (3 credits)

Description: This introductory course is a comprehensive and practical look at recreation, leisure, and play from philosophical, psychological, sociological, and historical viewpoints.  This multidisciplinary approach provides a unifying perspective.  It further investigates current issues and challenges affected by demographic trends, diversity, education, finances, public sentiment, laws, and legislation.

REC 101 Z  Introduction to Leisure Services

  ONLIN-Online -- Dumont, Jerrad

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

REC 118 Backcountry Navigation with GPS  (1 credit)

Description: Introduces navigation techniques using GPS, USGS map, compass, and digital maps.  Covers a brief explanation of global positioning system along with basic skills necessary for route-planning and navigating in the backcountry.  Basic skills include interpreting topographical map terrain, integrating compass and map, configuring a handheld recreational GPS device, and transferring data between GPS and digital mapping software.

REC 118 A Backcountry Navigation with GPS

  F -- 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. -- RSH-301 (River Street Hall) -- Roth, William

  10/7/22 to 11/4/22

REC/SPM 201 Sports & Events Management Internship (3 credits)

Description: This Sports and Events Management Program Internship is designed as an opportunity for the students to get practical “real world” experience in the areas of leisure, recreation, 
and sports management. During this internship, students will work in a business, organization, program, or facility of their choice based on their career interests. This internship is considered to be the highlight and culmination of the degree program. (Prerequisites: REC 101 and REC 150 or 
permission of instructor. Cross-listed as SPM 201.)

REC/SPM 201 A Sports & Events Management Internship

  Off Campus -- Cunningham, James

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

REC 203 Recreation Apprenticeship (1 credit)

Description: Forty-hour workplace experience designed to allow students to explore potential career options, apply theoretical classroom principles to real world work environment, and develop interpersonal, leadership and other prerequisite management skills.  Depending on their chosen field and/or workplace setting, students may experience varying levels of responsibility for administrative tasks, support functions, or front-line service. (Prerequisites:  2nd semester standing in Sports & Events Management or Wilderness Recreation Leadership Program and approval of Program Chair/ Director)

REC 203 Z Recreation Apprenticeship

  ONLIN-Online -- Cunningham, James

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

REC 235 WRL Career Seminar (1 credit)

Description: An overview of wilderness recreation as a career choice and an in-depth look at job and educational opportunities in the field.  Students will investigate current job openings, develop a resume package, research college transfer options, assess personal and professional needs, practice interview skills, and explore professional training opportunities.  (Prerequisites:  REC 240 or permission of instructor)

REC 235 HA* WRL Seminar

  ONLIN-Online -- R -- 12:30 p.m. to1:50 p.m. -- RSH-301 (Riv St Ha) -- Cunningham, James

  10/11/22 to 12/15/22

REC 240 Wilderness Fall Practicum (4 credits)

Description: This 30-day based course introduces students to back packing and canoe expeditioning with an emphasis on leadership, risk management, and minimum impact techniques.  In a supervised, experiential setting, students will learn and practice wilderness living skills and expedition leadership.  Outdoor industry standards and professionalism are emphasized as students assist in expedition preparations and execution.  (Prerequisite:  C or better in the following courses – PSY 105; REC 115; PED 167; HED 160; overall cumulative average of 2.0 or higher; successful completion of 15 credits)

REC 240 A* Wilderness Fall Practicum

  MTWRFSU -- 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. -- RSH-301 (Riv St Ha) -- Cunningham, James

  9/1/22 to 10/1/22

REC 249 Wilderness Winter Practicum (3 credits)

Description: REC 249 is a three-phase course that provides students with an opportunity to learn and apply winter expedition skills and become familiar with accepted industry practices for winter activities.  Phase 1 occurs in the classroom and includes instruction on winter hazards, risk management, and winter expedition planning with opportunities to plan various aspects of the field experience.  Phase 2 includes a 7-day field experience emphasizing winter travel and camping skills.  Mode of travel may be hiking, snowshoeing, x-country skiing, or crampon travel, depending on weather conditions.  Phase 3 consists of a post-trip evaluation process, including equipment de-issue and preparation of a PowerPoint presentation.  (Prerequisite: REC 240 and permission of instructor)

REC 249 HA* WRL Winter Practicum

  T -- 2:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. -- RSH-301 (Riv St Ha) -- Cunningham, James

  10/11/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology (3 credits)

Description: The systematic study of society, social institutions, and social behavior. Basic sociological concepts pertaining to cultural heritage, social stratification, social class and mobility, gender issues and ageism, and social change are explored. Sociological theory and research methods are applied to common sociological institutions such as the family, religion, education, and law.

SOC 101 A Introductory Sociology

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- HH-105 -- Hough, Ernest

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 101 M Introductory Sociology

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. RH-208 -- Lambert, Susan

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 101 Z2  Introductory Sociology

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 107 Sociology of Addiction (3 credits)

Description: This course examines the social dimensions of addictive behavior. Social, historical, and cultural forces that have shaped human understanding of drug and other addictive behaviors will be explored.  Social responses to these will also be an area of focus.

SOC 107 V Sociology of Addiction

  ONLIN-Live-Online -- W -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 107 Z Sociology of Addiction

  ONLIN-Online -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 107 ZZ Sociology of Addiction

  ONLIN-Online -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 108 Sociology of Diversity (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to diversity in American society. This course explores the bases and social implications of difference with particular reference to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and aging. Patterns of prejudice, discrimination and possible solutions to these issues will be explored.

SOC 108 Z2 Sociology of Diversity

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli

  10/24/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 155 Juvenile Justice & Delinquency (3 credits)

Description: A study of the juvenile justice system with a primary focus on causation factors from a sociological perspective.  This course addresses the models, theories, laws, procedures, and practices currently in force.

SOC 155 A Juvenile Justice & Delinquency

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- HH-105 -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SOC 155 M Juvenile Justice & Delinquency

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- RH-108 -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SPA 101 Introduction to Spanish I (3 credits)

Description: Introduction to the basic phonology, grammar, vocabulary, and cultural information necessary for comprehending, speaking, reading, and writing first-year Spanish.  Listening, comprehension, and speaking will be stressed from the outset. (Not open to students having more than two years of secondary school Spanish)

SPA 101 A Introduction to Spanish I

  N/A 

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

SPM/REC 201 Sports & Events Management Internship (3 credits)

Description: This Sports and Events Management Program Internship is designed as an opportunity for the students to get practical “real world” experience in the areas of leisure, recreation, 
and sports management. During this internship, students will work in a business, organization, program, or facility of their choice based on their career interests. This internship is considered to be the highlight and culmination of the degree program. (Prerequisites: REC 101 and REC 150 or 
permission of instructor. Cross-listed as SPM 201.)

SPM/REC 201 A Sports & Events Management Internship

  Off Campus -- Cunningham, James

  8/29/22 to 12/15/22

Fall 2022 COVID-19 Guidelines

North Country's protocols for the upcoming semester are expected to be similar to the guidelines the college followed during the Spring 2022 semester. These measures include:

  • Vaccination requirements: Per the State University of New York (SUNY), all students planning to be on campus are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with one of the three approved vaccines, including a booster dose. Fully vaccinated is defined as completing the two-shot series of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine, and receiving the booster when eligible.
  • Masking guidelines: Masks will be encouraged on campus but not required. 

For more information, please visit our COVID 19 Updates Page