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Spring 2024 Course Delivery Information

Schedule Key:

ONLIN Live Online: Courses identified as “LIVE-Online” will have live meetings via video chat format (Blackboard, WebEx, Zoom, etc). Specific schedules for LIVE-Online will be given for each course, and we expect that students will attend all LIVE Online class sessions unless there is a valid reason for an exception.  Communicate with your faculty member if any problems arise.  Sessions will be taped in case unforeseen circumstances arise, but we encourage students to attend whenever possible.

ONLIN Online: These courses will be fully online, with no regularly scheduled live sessions.
 

SP-24 dates for full semester classes 1/22 to 5/09

The number 1 after a section letter means it’s a 1st quarter class that runs from 1/22 to 3/12

The number 2 after a section letter means it’s a 2nd quarter class that runs from 3/13 to 5/09

Z = Online

FLEX = Students have the option to attend online or in the classroom.

HSRMT = Hybrid course at the Akwesasne Tribal Administration Building

A-L = Saranac Lake in class on site

M-S = Malone in class on site

T-U = Ticonderoga in class on site

V = ONLIN-Live Online

VMS = Video between Malone and Saranac Lake

Courses at Akwesasne

Spring 2024 Class Schedule:

ART 107 Art History Survey: Renaissance to Postmodern (3 credits)

Description: Through a series of case studies, this course examines the importance of art as cultural expression from the 14th century Renaissance Period to Early 21st century Postmodernism 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, textiles, photography, installation art, and new media.

ART107Z Art History Survey: Renaissance to Postmodern

 ONLIN-Online -- LaMour, Tina

 1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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. 

ART125Z Introduction to Digital Illustration

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

 1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

ART155A Introduction to Pottery

  TR -- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.-- ART-Clinic -- Hoffer, Susan

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ART / CIS 200 Publication Design (3 credits)

Description: An advanced application of computer concepts using graphics and layout will be explored. Utilizing the latest available software, the student will produce effective layouts using basic elements of design,typography and graphics to generate publications. (Cross-listed as CIS 200).

ART200Z Publication Design

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ART 203 Painting (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to a variety of painting techniques. Students produce work through precise exercises and finished canvases through observation. Students are encouraged to create their own solutions and subject matter. Students will develop critical skills for evaluating their own work and that of others through group/class critiques.

ART203A Painting

  TR -- 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.-- C-05 -- Hoffer, Susan

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ART 209 Digital Art (3 credits)

Description: Provides the terminology, tools, and techniques to allow 
the student to create and digitally manipulate original images through research, the generation of ideas, and final presentation, using the industry standard Adobe Photoshop.

ART209Z Digital Art

  ONLIN-Online -- LaMour, Tina

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ART / CIS 231 Website Design & Maintenance (3 credits)

Description: Learn to develop and design real-world web sites, from the 
initial considerations in web design, through creation and ongoing maintenance and upkeep. (Cross-listed as CIS 231).

ART231Z Web Site Design & Maintenance

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ART 245 Digital Photography (3 credits)

Description: Students complete various photographic assignments 
using current imaging software and digital cameras in order to master the tools and techniques of pixel-based photographic design, editing and output. This class includes the investigation of photography as an art form. It encompasses a more in-depth exploration of aesthetic consideration in photography. The student will develop critical skills for evaluating their own work and that of others.

ART245A Digital Photography

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ART245M Digital Photography

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.-- BM-301 -- LaMour, Tina

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ASL 102 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.

ASL102FLEX American Sign Language II

  TR  -- 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. -- C-09 -- Carpenter, Pamela

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 102 Principles of Biology II  (4 credits)

Description: Covers plant structure and function, animal structure and 
function, and principles of ecology. Second part of the two semester biology sequence. Lecture and laboratory.

BIO102Z Principles of Biology II

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO102ZZ Principles of Biology II Lab

 ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 104 Environmental Science  (4 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)

BIO104A Environmental Science

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 p.m.-- S-01-- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO104Z Environmental Science

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 108 Environmental Science Lab

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).

BIO108Z Environmental Science Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 109 Human Biology (4 Credits)

Description: This course considers the structure and function of the 
human body. Levels of organization are covered: atomic, molecular, cellular, tissue, organs, organ systems, and the human being as a whole. Basic chemistry is included and covers many types of chemical reactions on which 
organ function depends. Course emphasis is on the organ systems. These systems include the skeletal, muscular nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive. Other topics may 
include relevant areas such as medicine and pathology.

BIO109HMS Human Biology

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO109HN Human Biology Lab

  T -- 3:30 p.m. to 6:10 p.m.-- BM-105 -- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO109HS Human Biology Lab

  W -- 3:30 p.m. to 6:10 p.m.-- S-01-- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO109Z Human Biology Lecture

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO109ZZ Human Biology Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO109ZZZ Human Biology Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 204 Conservation of Natural Resources (4 Credits)

Description: This course explores the rich tapestry of life with which we share our world and how we can maintain it. Students will examine conservation management as to its history and develop a model of conservation biology. They will investigate the concept of biodiversity, including species diversity, ecosystem degradation and loss, overexploitation, and exotic species. Methods of maintaining biodiversity will be investigated such as managing ecosystems, managing populations, zoos and gardens, and setting priorities where multiple criteria are involved. Lastly, human factors such as social, economic, and political considerations will be evaluated as they relate to conservation management. Lecture and laboratory. (Cross-listed with ENV 204; Prerequisites: BIO/ENV 104, BIO/ENV 108)

BIO204A Conservation of Natural Resources

  MW -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 p.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian J.

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO204B Conservation of Natural Resources Lab

  W -- 11 a.m. to 1:40 p.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian J.

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 211  Physiology & Pharmacology of Alcohol/Drugs (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to the basic human physiology and 
pharmacology as it relates to the use/abuse of alcohol and drugs. Attention is given to the pharmacological classification of drugs, their actions and their consequences for the human being. (Prerequisite: BIO 101 or BIO 109)

BIO211Z Phiso/Pharmac of Alcohol/Drugs

  ONLIN-Online -- Longacre, Jocelyn

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

BIO215Z Anatomy & Physiology I

  ONLIN-Online -- Small, Judy

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO215ZZ Anatomy & Physiology I Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Small, Judy

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 216  Anatomy and 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)

BIO216A Anatomy & Physiology II

  MW -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- S-19 -- Martin, Richard

 1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216B Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- S-O3 -- Martin, Richard

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216C Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  W -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- S-O3 -- Martin, Richard

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216HA Anatomy & Physiology II

  ONLIN-Online -- Martin, Richard

 1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216HB Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  T -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- S-O3 -- Martin, Richard

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216HC Anatomy & Physiology II

  R -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- S-03 -- Martin, Richard

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216HM Anatomy & Physiology II

  ONLIN-Online -- Small, Judy

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216HN Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  T -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. -- BM-105 -- Small, Judy

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216HO Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  R -- 12:30 p.m. to 3:10 a.m. -- BM-105 -- Small, Judy

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216T Anatomy & Physiology II

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- Ti-217 -- LeMay-Klippel, Selina

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216U Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  M -- 2 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. -- Ti-107 -- LeMay-Klippel, Selina

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO216V Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

  T -- 1 p.m. to 3:40 p.m. -- Ti-107 -- LeMay-Klippel, Selina

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO 230  Introduction to Kinesiology (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to human movement from both anatomical and mechanical perspectives. Neuromuscular physiology, muscle roles, types of muscle, contraction, movement sequencing and mechanical analysis of movement are included. Related neuromuscular pathologies as well 
as common sports injuries are discussed. Lecture and laboratory. (Prerequisite: BIO 215, additionally BIO 216.

BIO230A Introduction to Kinesiology

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- S-03 -- Oakes, Matt

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BIO230B Introduction to Kinesiology Lab

  TR -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 a.m. -- S-03 -- Oakes, Matt

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

BIO255Z Introduction to Disease

  ONLIN-Online -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS 100  Business Organization & 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.

BUS100Z Business Organization & Management

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Robin

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS 102  Introduction to Managerial Accounting (4 Credits)

Description: This is a course of study that introduces managerial accounting for business entities. It offers an introduction to managerial topics including cost analysis, cost allocation, job order and process costing systems, activity based-costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, short-run decision making, budgeting, standard costing and variance analysis, capital budgeting decisions, and financial statement analysis. Accounting ethics and values are also emphasized. (Prerequisite: BUS101)

BUS102Z Introduction to Managerial Accounting

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Robin

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS 104  Introduction to Finance (4 Credits)

Description: This introductory course covers fundamental elements of business finance. It is intended to provide an overview of a wide variety of real-world situations spanning personal finance, corporate decision-making, and financial intermediation. Students will learn about concepts of financial analysis, time value of money, security valuations, risk and return, capital budgeting, and other issues in corporate decision-making. The concepts covered in this course are the basic knowledge for either a career in corporate finance or further education in the area of for-profit and not-for-profit industries. It is also an excellent primer for non-finance majors wanting to familiarize themselves with the world of finance.

BUS 104  (3 Credits) Introduction to Finance

BUS104Z  Introduction to Finance

  ONLIN-Online -- Callahan, Thomas

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS 110  Business Math (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 reconciliation, preparing accounting financial reports, consumer credit, investing, annuities, and statistics. This course does not meet college-level math course requirements.

BUS110Z Business Math

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Robin

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS 204  Business Law II (3 Credits)

Description:Introduction to the legal issues surrounding commercial 
paper, agency, employment, and property. The following related areas are emphasized: Contractual and tort liability of principals/agents and third parties, duties of principal and agent, business entities (including sole proprietorship, 
partnership/s, limited liability companies, corporations), acquisition of title to real and personal property, leases for real property, real estate sales transactions, and the general law related to will and trusts. Generally offered Spring semester only.

BUS204A Business Law II

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-09 -- Callahan, Thomas

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS204Z Business Law II

  ONLIN-Online -- Duffey, Kim

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

BUS211Z Human Resource Management

  ONLIN-Online -- Callahan, Thomas

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

BUS 212  Marketing (3 Credits)

Description: An overview of marketing management in modern organizations. Introduces basic marketing terminology and concepts, focusing on the marketing mix elements of product, price and promotion and distribution. The role of marketing in society is presented, along with economic, demographic, legal, ethical and technical considerations. (Pre-requisite: ENG 101)

BUS212Z Marketing

  ONLIN-Online -- Duffey, Kim

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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-com- merce expansion.

BUS243Z E-Commerce

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Robin

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CHE 100  Chemistry for the Life Sciences (3 Credits)

Description: This course is designed to prepare nursing and other allied 
health students in the chemistry fundamentals needed for the study of anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology. The course will cover topics from general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. The general chemistry content 
will include measurement and unit conversion, atomic and molecular structure of matter, chemical reactions, solutions, acid/base chemistry, and thermochemistry. The organic chemistry and biochemistry content will focus on 
the structure of biomolecules and cellular metabolism. This course does not meet the SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science requirement. (Prerequisite: Placement into MAT 121 or higher, or completion of or concurrent enrollment in MAT 
100)

CHE100HMST Chemistry for the Life Sciences

  ONLIN-Online -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CHE100HN Chemistry for the Life Sciences Lab

  W -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- BM-105 -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CHE100HS Chemistry for the Life Sciences Lab

  M -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- S-20 -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CHE 102  General Chemistry II (4 Credits)

Description: The second semester of a two-semester introduction to
general chemistry for science majors. Topics covered will include intermolecular attractive forces, properties of solutions, reaction kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. The course
includes both lecture and laboratory (CHE 101 and MAT 129 [or higher], or permission of instructor. MAT 132 [Precalculus] recommended.)

CHE102HV General Chemistry II

  TR -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- ONLIN-Live Online -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CHE102HVS General Chemistry II Lab

  F -- 9:30 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. -- S-20 -- Shoemaker, Sarah

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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 collected, processed, and interpreted properly. Detection and analysis of DNA, blood, fibers, 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.

CHE105HMS Forensic Science

  ONLIN-Online -- Whitelaw, Donna

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CHE105HN Forensic Science Lab

  M -- 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. -- BM-105 -- Whitelaw, Donna

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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, and work with basic manipulation of graphic images within the application programs.

CIS130A Productivity Computing

  MW -- 12:30 a.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- C-15 -- O'Shields, Kelly

 1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CIS130HM Productivity Computing

  T -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- RH-CL -- Duffey, Kimberly 

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CIS130HSMT2 Productivity Computing

  W -- 4:30 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. -- Duffey, Kimberly 

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

CIS130Z Productivity Computing

  ONLIN-Online -- Duffey, Kimberly 

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CIS / ART 200  Publication Design (3 Credits)

Description:An advanced application of computer concepts using graphics and layout will be explored. Utilizing the latest available software, the student will produce effective layouts using basic elements of design, typography and
graphics to generate publications. (Prerequisite: 3 credits CIS or equivalent experience. Cross-listed as ART 200. )

CIS200Z Publication Design

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CIS / ART 231  Web Site Design & Maintenance (3 Credits)

Description: Learn to develop and design real-world web sites, from the initial considerations in web design, through creation and ongoing maintenance and upkeep. (Prerequisite: ART 105. Cross-listed as ART 231.)

CIS231Z Web Site Design & Maintenance

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor-Wilde, Elaine

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CRJ 102 Police in Contemporary Society (3 Credits)

Description: This course addresses the origins of the law enforcement
system implemented in the United States, the evolution of that system, and the effects the legislative and judicial bodies have had on law enforcement’s progress up to the present. It provides a description of the various law
enforcement agencies and jurisdictions. It addresses and compares the law enforcement models that have been tried, those that have succeeded or failed, and attempts to define why. The course covers issues such as the causes
and solutions regarding corruption in law enforcement, the influence of politics, and public pressures.

CRJ102M Police in Contemporary Society

  TR 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.-- RH-207 -- Merrick, David

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CRJ102VST Police in Contemporary Society

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

  MW 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.-- Ti-114 -- Merrick, David

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CRJ 135 Introduction to Corrections (3 Credits)

Description: This course provides each student with a thorough understanding of how the correctional system fits into the criminal justice system and it defines the various organizational structures in the correctional system, the terminology used, and the numerous management models that have been implemented. It addresses those models that have succeeded and those that have failed, and the students will debate why. The student will have a working knowledge of the established goals of the system including retribution, incapacitation, deterrence, and rehabilitation. There is an in-depth study of the various types of sanctions
available, the advantages or disadvantages of each, and the manner in which they are used to accomplish the goals. The death penalty is addressed and debated, along with other current issues in corrections.

CRJ135M Introduction to Corrections

  MW 11 a.m. to 12:20 a.m -- RH-207 -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CRJ135VST Introduction to Corrections

  MW 11 a.m. to 12:20 a.m.-- HH-105  -- Merrick, David

  MW 11 a.m. to 12:20 a.m.-- Ti-114  -- Merrick, David

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CRJ 208 Criminal Investigation (3 Credits)

Description: The student is introduced to statutory and case law governing the manner in which law enforcement may conduct investigations. It also addresses the various entities involved in a criminal investigation, jurisdictions
(federal and state), and the use of forensic science, criminalistics, terminology, and techniques. (Prerequisite: CRJ 101)

CRJ208A Criminal Investigation

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

CRJ208M Criminal Investigation

  MW 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m.-- RH--203  -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

 CSP 100 College Success (1 Credit)

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

CSP100Z1 College Success Seminar

  ONLIN-Online -- Williams, Lisa

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

EAS 100 The Physical Earth (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to physical geology, including classification of minerals and rocks and a study of the geologic forces of water, wind, earthquakes, and glaciers. Topics include geologic time, fossils, the evolution of the ocean floor, plate tectonics, erosion and counter erosion, sources of energy
and mineral resources, and a brief introduction to planetary geology.

EAS100Z The Physical Earth

  ONLIN-Online -- Martin, Richard

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

EAS 110 Astronomy (3 Credits)

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

EAS110Z Astronomy 

ONLIN-Online -- Coppola, Edward

1/22/24 to 5/09/24

EAS 111 Introductory Astronomy Lab (1 Credit)

Description: Course provides practical experience in observational astronomy including telescopic and naked eye observations. Laboratory exercises. Fulfills the lab science elective for most degree programs. Can be taken with or without EAS 110. (Prerequisite: MAT 100 or above.)

EAS111Z Introductory Astronomy Lab

  ONLIN-Onlin -- Coppola, Edward

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ECO 102 Introductory Microeconomics (3 Credits)

Description: This course provides an analysis of the basic market forces of demand and supply, and economic outcomes under different market structures such as competitive, imperfectly competitive, and monopolistic markets. The
labor and capital markets are also analyzed. In addition, the economics of the public sector emphasizes tax policy, externalities, monopoly power, and the provision of public goods. The course examines contemporary social issues
such as income distribution, poverty, and the welfare system, as well as global issues such as international trade and protectionism.

ECO102Z Introduction to Microeconomics

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Robin

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

EDU201Z Foundations of Education

ONLIN-Online -- Cantwell, Jennifer

01/22/24 to 05/09/24

ENG 100 Essentials 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)

ENG100A Essentials of Effective Writing

  TR -- 9 to 10:50 a.m. in C-10 and R -- 10 to 10:50 a.m. in C-15 -- Cantwell, Jennifer

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG100Z Essentials of Effective Writing 

ONLIN-Online -- Bushey, Donna

01/22/24 to 05/09/24

ENG100ZZ Essentials of Effective Writing 

ONLIN-Online -- Locke, Christopher

01/22/24 to 05/09/24

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)

ENG101A  -- English Composition I

  MW  9 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.-- C-15 -- Williams, Lisa

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG101HT English Composition I

  R -- 2 to 3:50 p.m. -- Ti-114 -- McGrath, Thomas

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG101M -- English Composition I

  MW  2 p.m. to 3:50 p.m.-- RH-208

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG101Z2  -- English Composition I

  ONLIN-Online -- Campion, Margaret

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

ENG101Z English Composition I

  ONLIN-Online --Williams, Lisa

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG101ZZ English Composition I

  ONLIN-Online -- Bushey, Donna

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG101ZZZ English Composition I

  ONLIN-Online -- Rowe, Bruce

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG 102 English Composition II (3 Credits)

Description: English Composition II extends the possibilities of the essay beyond the traditional form taught in ENG 101 in order to expand the opportunities for critically analyzing and synthesizing information and ideas. The course emphasizes reading and writing expository prose and
literature with particular attention to the generation,development, and presentation of ideas in a variety of fields of study. (Prerequisite: C- or higher in ENG 101)

ENG102FLEX -- English Composition II

  MW  9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- C-09 -- ONLIN-Live Onlin -- Filler, Shir

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG102Z English Composition II

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Thomas

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG102Z2 English Composition II

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor, Brandi

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

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 speechmaking and will be offered practice in delivering a number of speeches, each of which will accomplish a specific goal.

ENG105A  Public Speaking

  MW  11:00 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- C-09 --  Rowe, Bruce

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG105HV1  Public Speaking

  MW  3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- RH-203 --  Mascia-Susice, Stacey

  A hybrid, live-online, first half of the semester course, which will still meet MW      3:30-4:50. It will be entirely online, with no campus component.

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

ENG105V  Public Speaking

  TR 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. -- ONLIN-Live Onlin --  Staff

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG 206 British Literature I: Medieval to Romantic Periods (3 Credits)

Description: A survey course that traces the origin and development of English literature from the Anglo-Saxon period through the eighteenth century. Students will read, discuss, and analyze a wide variety of literature, including poetry, prose, essays, and drama, both from the traditional canon and from other authors of each period. (Prerequisite: ENG 101)

ENG206Z1 British Literature I: Medieval to Romantic Periods

  ONLIN-Online -- Mascia-Susice, Stacey

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

ENG 207 British Literature II:  Romantic Period to the Present (3 Credits)

Description: A survey course that traces representative and important works of British literature, from the Romantic period through the twenty-first century. Students will read, discuss, and analyze a wide variety of literature, including poetry, prose, essays, and drama, both from the traditional canon and from other authors of each period. (Prerequisite: ENG 101)

ENG207Z2 British Literature II:  Romantic Period to the Present

  ONLIN-Online -- Mascia-Susice, Stacey

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

ENG 211 Young Adult Literature (3 Credits)

Description: Young Adult Literature explores literature of all genres geared to a reading audience between the ages of middle years through high school.  Instruction will include historical study, discussion, critical analysis, and evaluation of specific titles and authors as well as focusing on stylistic concerns, subject matter, theme and theoretical aspects of writing specifically for young adults.  Pre-req.: ENG 100 or ENGPL 101.

ENG211Z Young Adult Literature

  ONLIN-Online -- Cantwell, Jennifer

 1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG 222 Technical Writing (3 Credits)

Description: A study of the writing of technical materials with emphasis on concrete description, narration, and process analysis to produce abstracts, proposals, and formal and informal reports required in various fields of work, including criminal justice, human services, journalism, sciences and others. Writing will be the main focus of the course, but oral communication and presentation of technical material will also be a component. (Pre-requisite: ENG 101)

ENG222V -- Technical Writing

  ONLIN-Live Online -- T  2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- Taylor, Brandi

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENG 250 Nature Writing (3 Credits)

Description: Introductory study of creative nature writing. Students will write their own nature pieces, using classic and contemporary nature texts, as well as writings particular to the Adirondacks, as models of artistic technique. (Prerequisite: ENG 101)

ENG250Z2 -- Nature Writing

  ONLIN-Online -- Mascia-Susice, Stacey

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

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, andenvironmental ethics and citizenship are studied. A one credit laboratory, ENV 108, may be separately scheduled. (Cross-listed with BIO 104)

ENV104A -- Environmental Science

  TR -- 9:30 to 10:50 a.m. -- S-01 -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENV104Z -- Environmental Science

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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 ENV 104 or
permission of instructor). (Cross-listed with BIO 108)

ENV108Z -- Environmental Science Lab

  ONLIN-Online -- Fredenburgh, Melinda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENV 204 Conservation of Natural Resources (4 Credits)

Description: This course explores the rich tapestry of life with which we share our world and how we can maintain it. Students will examine conservation management as to its history and develop a model of conservation biology. They will investigate the concept of biodiversity, including species diversity, ecosystem degradation and loss, overexploitation, and exotic species. Methods of maintaining biodiversity will be investigated such as managing ecosystems, managing populations, zoos and gardens, and setting priorities where multiple criteria are involved. Lastly, human factors such as social, economic, and political considerations will be evaluated as they relate to conservation management. Lecture and laboratory. (Cross-listed with BIO 204)

ENV204A -- Conservation of Natural Resources

  MW -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

ENV204B -- Conservation of Natural Resources Lab

  W -- 11 a.m. to 1:40 p.m. -- S-01 -- McAllister, Brian

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

GEO 101 World Regional Geography (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to world regional geography. Topics include
the basic concepts of geography, emphasizing the physical environment, natural resources, cultural characteristics, and economics.

GEO101Z -- World Regional Geography

  ONLIN-Online -- Keefe, Caitlin

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HEA 101 Medical Terminology (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. (Previous or concurrent enrollment in BIO 109 [Human Biology] is not necessary but strongly recommended.)

HEA101Z  -- Medical Terminology

  ONLIN-Online -- Strough, Jamie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

HEA102Z  -- Introduction to Health Careers

  ONLIN-Online -- Longacre, Jocelyn

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HEA 106 Introduction to Phlebotomy (2 Credits)

Description: Students will gain skill in venipuncture, identify common blood tests and practice methods to accurately and safely perform these procedures in a health care setting.

HEA106HA2  -- Introduction to Phlebotomy

  W -- 6 p.m. to 8 p.m -- S-01 -- TBD

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

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.

HED100Z -- Personal & Family Health

  ONLIN-Online -- Dumont, Jerrad

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HED 102 Introduction to Nutrition (3 Credits)

Description: This is a science-oriented, introductory nutrition course that
focuses on basic principles of human nutrition. Emphasis is placed on the nutrient requirements or healthy individuals, nutrient categories and their characteristics, physiological functions, metabolism, and food sources. The role of nutrition in health promotion and disease prevention will be discussed in relation to personal health choices and with applications for students contemplating careers in the health professions.

HED102Z -- Introduction to Nutrition

  ONLIN-Online -- Small, Judy

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HED 103 Stress Management (3 Credits)

Description: Stress Management is an introductory course designed
to expose students to a holistic approach to stress management through theoretical and experiential learning. Students will become more aware of the nature and origins of stress and learn to prevent and/or alleviate the physical symptoms of stress through coping strategies and relaxation techniques.

HED103Z -- Stress Management

  ONLIN-Online -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HED 115 Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (0.5 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.

HED115A -- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  W-- 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.--S-19-- Kotronia, Kiersten

  2/28/24 to 5/09/24

HED115B -- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  W-- 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.--S-19-- Kotronia, Kiersten

  4/17/24

HED115M -- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  W-- 4:15 p.m. to 10:15 p.m.--RH-207-- Harwood, Scot

  3/13/24

HED115T -- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

  W-- 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.--Ti-114 -- Olcott, Dakotah

  3/13/24

HED 140 Basic First Aid (0.5 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.

HED140A -- Basic First Aid

  W-- 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.-- S-19 -- Kotronia, Kiersten

  2/2/24

HED140M -- Basic First Aid

  W-- 4:15 p.m. to 10:15 p.m.-- RH-207 -- Harwood, Scott

  3/27/24

HED140T -- Basic First Aid

  W-- 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.-- Ti-114 -- Kotronia, Kiersten

  3/27/24

HED 160 Wilderness First Responder (3 Credits)

Description: This course provides knowledge and skills necessary to
administer emergency and medical care in non-urban environments. Covers basic anatomy and physiology, assessment and treatment of injuries, appropriate short-term to multi-day patient care, and evacuation considerations. Students will be awarded nationally recognized WFR certification upon successful completion of the course. Medical and physical eligibility requirements must be met for enrollment in this course.

HED160A* -- Wilderness First Responder

  MTWRF 8 a.m. to 5  p.m. -- Cunningham, James

  Meets LIVE, in-person, in S-19 on the Saranac Lake Campus.  

  5/13/24 thru 5/19/24

HED 280 Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (6 Credits)

Description: This is the second of two courses preparing students for volunteer or career opportunities as an advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT).  The course provides and builds upon the knowledge and clinical skills gained in HED 180 and prepares them for entry-level positions as an AEMT.  It follows the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards, adopted by New York State for Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians, and prepares students to provide basic emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system.  In addition to the didactic component, there is an extensive clinical experience as part of the course.  Pre-req: Successful completion of HED 180.

HED280A-- Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

  T-- 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.--S-19

  S-- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m- S-19

  Instructor: Kotronia, Kiersten

 1/22/24 to 05/09/24

HED280M -- Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

  R--5 p.m. to 9 p.m.--RH-108

  S- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m- RH-108

  Harwood, Scott

 01/22/24 to 05/09/24

HIS 104 World History II (3 Credits)

Description: A survey and analysis of world civilizations and institutions from the Seventeenth Century to the present. Revolution, industrialization, conflict, shifting political polarities, and the evolution of modern society will be major topics.

HIS104HA -- World History II

  W -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- S-19 -- McGrath, Thomas A.

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HIS104M -- World History II

  TR -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- RH-207 -- Snyder, Daniel

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HIS 121 Adirondack History (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to the history and people of the Adirondacks.

HIS121Z -- Adirondack History

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Thomas A.

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HIS 152 U.S. History II (3 Credits)

Description: Industrialization and America’s emergence as a major world power are focal points in the study of modern America from the Civil War to the present.

HIS152Z -- U.S.History II

  ONLIN-Online -- McGrath, Thomas A.

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

HUM112Z -- Introduction to Women's Studies

  ONLIN-Online -- Taylor, Brandi

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HUM 155 Religion and 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.

HUM155Z2 -- Religion and the Modern World

  ONLIN-Online -- Mascia-Susice, Stacey L.

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

HUM 202 Film II: Cultural Studies (3 Credits)

Description: Focuses on the study of film as an art form within its specific cultural context. Students learn how to evaluate films in reference to audience, content, and universal cultural and/or historical themes. Film theory and criticism based on how artistic techniques of filmmaking contribute to the cinematic aesthetic experience are discussed in detail. Special topics genres depend upon instructor’s area of specialization. (Prerequisite: Prior or concurrent enrollment in ENG 101)

HUM202FLEX -- Film II: Cultural Studies

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- RH-208 -- Taylor, Brandi

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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

HUS101Z Introduction to Human Services

  ONLIN-Online -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HUS101ZZ Introduction to Human Services

  ONLIN-Online -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HUS 161 Introduction to Children and Family Services (3 Credits)

Description: This course introduces students to the broad field of human
services provided to young children and their families. Emphasis will be placed on the developmental needs of children and families and the corresponding services available to respond to those needs. A critical examination of our current system will also be addressed.

HUS161V1 Introduction to Children and Family Services

  Online-Live Online -- W -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- Newcomb, Christine

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

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)

HUS201V Basic Counseling Skills

  ONLIN-Live Online -- T -- 9:30 to 10:50 a.m. -- Poirier, Renee R.

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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 in the through the training with practice, as well as navigate ethical and other challenges that may present themselves. (Prerequisite: At least a second semester student with a 3. 0 GP A, approved application and interview with the
Human Services Department.)

HUS203V Peer Advocate Practicum

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.)

HUS205V Human Service Internship

  ONLIN-Live Online -- M -- 10 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen 

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HUS 222 Introduction to Group Counseling (3 Credits)

Description: This course provides an introduction to group counseling
theory, skills, and practice. As such, it explores the foundational group counseling skills and interventions, including working with special populations, and provides opportunities for practice and demonstration of newly found
abilities. It is the companion course of HUS 201 Basic Counseling Skills and students interested in counseling as a profession are encouraged to take both courses. (Prerequisite: PSY 101; HUS 201 strongly recommended)

HUS222V Introduction to Group Counseling

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HUS 230 Introduction to Substance Abuse Prevention (3 Credits)

Description: This course is an introduction to alcohol and substance abuse prevention. The course will explore the field of prevention, its guiding principles and practices, as well asexamining its applications with individuals, families, and the wider communities we live in. (Prerequisite: PSY 202)

HUS230V Introduction to Substance Abuse Prevention

  ONLIN-Live Online -- MW -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- Hough IV, Ernest

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

HUS 242 Developmental Disabilities (3 Credits)

Description: This course offers a general introduction to an overview of
the major developmental disabilities, including intellectual disorders, autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, and learning disabilities. Special emphasis will be placed on pre and post-natal development, manifestations, etiologies, and treatment of each disability. The course will include examination of social attitudes and influences on current understandings of disability.
(Prerequisite: PSY 101)

HUS242Z -- Developmental Disabilities

  ONLIN-Online -- Dubay, Laurie

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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 Pre-Algebra (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)

MAT095V Pre-Algebra

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.)

MAT100A  Elementary Algebra

  MW  -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. -- C-13 --  LaPlante, Sean

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT100M Elementary Algebra

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT100V  Elementary Algebra

  ONLIN-Live Online -- MW -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. -- Prince, Marie-Vicky

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT100VV  Elementary Algebra

  Online-Live Online -- TR -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. -- LaPlante, Sean

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

MAT120Z Introduction to Math Concepts

  ONLIN-Online -- Susice, Lee

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT120ZZ Introduction to Math Concepts

  ONLIN-Online -- Susice, Lee

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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: Grade of 70%, C- or higher in MAT 100, 101, or MAT 120,
or enrollment based on math placement exam results.

MAT121A  Elementary Statistics

  MW  -- 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m.-- C-09 -- LaPlante, Sean

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT121M  Elementary Statistics 

  .-- Susice, Lee

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT121T Elementary Statistics

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

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT121Z Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Online -- Warner, Allison

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

MAT121Z2 Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Online -- Warner, Allison

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

MAT121ZZ  Elementary Statistics

  ONLIN-Online -- Warner, Allison

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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, complex numbers, rational exponents, algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities, graphing
inequalities, polynomials, factoring, algebraic fractions and equations, radicals, and quadratic equations. (Prerequisite: Grade of 70%, C- or higher, in MAT 100, or enrollment based on math placement exam results. Students who have successfully completed MAT 132 or higher may not take this course.)

MAT129A  Intermediate Algebra

  MW -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. -- C-13 -- LaPlante, Sean

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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PED138Z1 Introduction to Yoga (1 Credit)

  ONLIN-Online -- Frazier, Michele

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

PED167A* Lifeguarding(2 Credits)

  M -- 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. -- GYM-02 (POOL) -- Snyder-Pereske, Suzanne

 1/22/24 to 4/8/24

PED183A1 Intercollegiate Athletics I Men's Basketball (1 Credit)

    S -- 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- Dumont, Jerrad

   1/22/24 to 3/12/24

PED183B1 Intercollegiate Athletics I Women's Basketball (1 Credit)

  S -- 9 to 11 a.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- Long, Roger

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

PED187A* Backcountry Skiing (1 Credit)

   F -- 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. -- Off Campus -- Cunningham, James

  1/26/24 to 2/23/24

PED190Z1 Physical Conditioning (1 Credit)

    ONLIN-Online -- LaDue, Chad

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

PED190Z2 Physical Conditioning (1 Credit)

  ONLIN-Online -- LaDue, Chad

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

PED238Z2 Intermediate Yoga (1 Credit)

  ONLIN-Online -- Frazier, Michele

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

PED283A1 Intercollegiate Athletics II Men's Basketball (1 Credit)

   S -- 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- Dumont, Jerrad

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

PED283B1 Intercollegiate Athletics II Women's Basketball (1 Credit)

   S -- 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. -- GYM-02 (GYM) -- Long, Roger

  1/22/24 to 3/12/24

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.

PHI112Z Critical Thinking

  ONLIN-Online -- Filler, Shir

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY 101 Introductory Psychology (3 Credits)

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

PSY101HA Introductory Psychology

  T -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.-- C-13 -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY101HM Introductory Psychology

  M -- 9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.-- RH-203 -- TBD

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY101HT Introductory Psychology

  W -- 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.-- Ti-217 -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY101Z Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY101ZZ Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY101ZZZ Introductory Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Staff

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

PSY105HFLX2 Leadership

 MW --2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m.-- HH-105 -- TBD

  3/12/24 to 5/09/24

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, selfdiscovery, cultural and developmental concerns, stress
management, sexuality, and spirituality.

PSY130FLEX Psychology of Personal Growth

  MW --  9:30 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.-- C-17 -- Hough IV, Ernest

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY130Z Psychology of Personal Growth

  ONLIN-Online --  Saulpaugh, Michael

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

PSY138Z2 Psychology of Human Relations

  ONLIN-Online -- Staff

  3/13/24 to5/09/24

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)

PSY202Z Developmental Psychology

   ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

PSY202ZZ Developmental Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

PSY203Z Abnormal Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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)

PSY253Z2 Abnormal Psychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

PSY 270 Social Psychology (3 Credits)

Description: The scientific study of the way in which people affect the
behaviors, thoughts, and feelings of other people. Students will examine how social interactions and groups influence the individual in a social context and how individuals influence the group. (Prerequisite: PSY 101)

PSY270Z SocialPsychology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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

REC 115 Introduction to Wilderness Recreation (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to wilderness recreation from a professional
perspective. Topics include contemporary issues in outdoor recreation, the rationale and techniques of minimum impact backcountry use, outdoor leadership, and introduction of fundamental outdoor skills.

REC115A Introduction to Wilderness Recreation

  TR -- 2 p.m. to 3:20 p.m.-- River Street Hall- 301 -- Cunningham, James

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

REC 150 Introduction to Sports Management (3 Credits)

Description: This introductory course provides students with a comprehensive overview of the field of Sport Management by presenting extensive discussions of the foundational aspects of the profession including current topics from the field. The course also discusses the significance of sport as an international social institution. Students will learn the relevance of sociological, cultural, historical, political, and legal concepts to the management of sport, the professional skills and attitudes of sport managers, and ways in which the globalization of sport continues to affect sport management professions. (Cross-listed as SPM 150)

REC150Z Introduction to Sports Management

  ONLIN-Online -- Dumont, Jerrad

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.)

REC201A Sports and Events Management Internship

  Off Campus -- Dumont, Jerrad

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

REC 236 NYS Guide License Prep Course (1 Credit)

Description: Prepares students to sit for NYS Guide License Exam offered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC). All students will prepare for the general guide exam and may choose to prepare for additional testing in the following areas: hiking, camping, canoeing, rock-climbing, ice climbing, whitewater rafting and canoeing, hunting and fishing. Exam preparation may vary according to the above mentioned discipline options.

REC236A NYS Guide License Prep Course

T -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- River Street Hall - 301 -- Cunningham, James

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

REC 251 Wilderness Management (3 Credits)

Description: Introduces philosophical foundations of wilderness and fundamentals of wilderness area allocation and management. Course explores history of wilderness in the U.S. as well as current wilderness issues on a regional, national and global scale. Topics include wilderness values, legislation, principles of management, recreational impacts, threats to wilderness, and Adirondack Wilderness. (Prerequisites: REC 240 or permission of instructor).

REC251A Wilderness Management

  MW -- 2 p.m.  to 3:20 p.m. -- River Street Hall - 301 -- Cunningham, James

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

SOC101A Introductory Sociology

  MW -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- S-22 -- Hough IV, Ernest

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SOC101M Introductory Sociology

  TR -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. --  BM-06 -- Boyea-Woodward, Sara

  1/22/24 to 5/09/d24

SOC101HSRMT Introductory Sociology

  M -- 5:30 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. -- TBD

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SOC101Z Introductory Sociology

  ONLIN-Online -- Sheridan, Camelia

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

SOC107Z Sociology  of Addiction

  ONLIN-Online -- Dowd-Maloney, Kathleen

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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.

SOC108FLEX Sociology  of Diversity

  M -- 12:30 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. -- HH-105 -- STAFF

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SOC108Z Sociology  of Diversity

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SOC108ZZ Sociology  of Diversity

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SOC 109 Sociology of Family (3 Credits)

Description: A study of the family from the sociological perspective. Factors influencing the behavior and development of the modern family are analyzed. Students study the social milieu of the family from birth to death, from conformity to nonconformity, and from action to reaction.

SOC109Z2 Sociology of Family

  ONLIN-Online -- Rodriguez, Kelli Ann

  3/13/24 to 5/09/24

SOC 145 Sociology of Crime (3 Credits)

Description: A study of criminal/deviant social behavior from anthropological, sociological, psychological, and legal viewpoints, with equal emphasis on the basic theoretical research findings and practicum applications.

SOC145Z Sociology of Crime

  ONLIN-Online -- Saulpaugh, Michael

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SOC 200 Introduction to Social Welfare (3 Credits)

Description: An introduction to the field of social welfare. This course examines historical, social, and theoretical underpinnings of the field including the emergence of the social work profession. Students will also study intervention issues. (Prerequisite: SOC 101 or SOC 107)

SOC200Z Introduction to Social Welfare

  ONLIN-Online -- Hough IV, Ernest

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SPA 102 Introductory Spanish II (3 Credits)

Description: A continuation of SPA 101. (Prerequisite: SPA 101 or three years of secondary school Spanish)

SPA102FLEX Introductory  Spanish II

  MW-- 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. -- C-09 -- Caver, Amanda

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

SPM 150 Introduction to Sport Management (3 Credits)

Description: This introductory course provides students with a comprehensive overview of the field of Sport Management by presenting extensive discussions of the foundational aspects of the profession including current topics from
the field. The course also discusses the significance of sport as an international social institution. Students will learn the relevance of sociological, cultural, historical, political, and legal concepts to the management of sport,
the professional skills and attitudes of sport managers, and ways in which the globalization of sport continues to affect sport management professions. (Cross-listed as REC 150)

SPM150Z Introduction to Sport Management

  ONLIN-Online -- Dumont, Jerrad

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

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 REC 201.)

SPM201A Sports & Events Management Internship

  Off Campus -- Dumont Jerrad

  1/22/24 to 5/09/24

 

COVID Information for Spring 2024

Per guidance from the State University of New York, COVID-19 vaccination is not required at this time as a condition of enrollment at North Country. However, students enrolled in any program or course or who are participating in a clinical or internship held at a third-party location (such as nursing) must continue to comply with all health and safety guidelines, including any vaccination or testing protocols that are in place at the third-party location. Additionally, certain employees, students, and volunteers at healthcare facilities, including SUNY healthcare facilities and hospitals, may be subject to mandatory COVID-19 vaccination pursuant to relevant regulations and policies.