Summer 2019 Schedule & Info – CGCC

Summer 2019 Schedule & Info

Summer 2019 Schedule & Info

The summer session is a short intensive semester and is scheduled in a six week time frame. The Fall and Spring classes that are offered on campus are scheduled over a 15 week semester and college courses offered in the high schools are generally offered over 18-20 week period. It is critical that all students attend all class sessions. Missing one class is the same as missing more than an entire week of work. Unlike high schools, make-up time for absences is not an option. Students are responsible for all required work whether they are absent or not.

Students entering their Junior or Senior year in September may enroll in these summer classes. You may enroll in classes offered in any high school on this list, regardless of your home school district.

Summer classes are offered either in traditional (T) or hybrid (H) formats. Hybrid classes have fewer classroom sessions with activities done on-line using the college’s Blackboard platform. Blackboard is accessible by registered students from any computer through a web browser with an internet connection. No special software is needed.

Cost: The cost for a 3 credit class is $195, and the cost for a 4 credit class is $260 (approximately 1/3 of the regular part-time tuition rate). Textbook costs are NOT included. Some textbooks will be provided by the high schools; others must be purchased.

During the first week of classes each high school will have someone available to direct students to their assigned classrooms.

College-in-the-High School Summer 2019 Schedule of Classes

Classes meet from July 8 – August 15 unless otherwise noted
Key to course types: (T) = Traditional Class – meets in classroom; (H) = Hybrid Class – meets one or more days in classroom and involves additional time and course work online
Key to Days: M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday; S = Saturday; N = Sunday

Catskill

Course: HE 201 First Aid & Safety
Days – Times (Type): M-F ** July 15-19 (Intensive)** – 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (T)
Instructor: Stacy Collier
Textbooks/Materials:
NSC Advanced First Aid text (Provided)
NSC CPR & AED workbook (Purchase at CHS)
Location: CMS Cafeteria

Course: PY 101 Introduction to Psychology
Days – Times (Type): M W – 12:00 p.m. – 3:10 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Mary Warden
Textbooks/Materials:
Myers (Provided Purchase at CHS)
Location: Room 241

Course: SO 101 Introduction to Sociology
Days – Times (Type): T R – 12:00 p.m. – 3:10 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Mary Warden
Textbooks/Materials:
Heslin (Provided Purchase at CHS)
Location: Room 241

Coxsackie-Athens

Course: EC 102 Microeconomics
Days – Times (Type): M T W – 11:20 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Dave Carlson
Textbooks/Materials:
Economics Today & Tomorrow; Miller (Provided)
Location: Room 268

Course: PS 130 Contemporary Constitutional Issues
Days – Times (Type): M T W – 8:00 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. (H)
Instructor: Dave Carlson
Textbooks/Materials:
American Gov’t; Wm. A. McClenaghan (Provided)
Location: Room 268

Greenville

Course: EC 101 Macroeconomics
Days – Times (Type): M – 8:00 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. (H)
Instructor: Robert Gray
Textbooks/Materials:
Economics; McConnell & Brue (Provided)
Location: Middle School Room 1

Course: HE 103 Critical Issues in Health
Days – Times (Type): M – 12:10 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Colleen Landversicht
Textbooks/Materials:
Core Concepts in Health; P. Insel/W. Roth, McGraw Hill, 2013, 13th ed.
ISBN: 978-007-761332-7
Location: Middle School Room 1

Course: HI 101 Western Civilization
Days – Times (Type): W – 12:00 p.m. – 3:10 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Brian Thela
Textbooks/Materials:
No textbook required (Provided)
Location: Middle School Room 3

Course: PS 104 Contemporary Global Issues
Days – Times (Type): W – 8:00 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. (H)
Instructor: Brian Thela
Textbooks/Materials:
No textbook required (Provided)
Location: Middle School Room 3

Course: PY 101 General Psychology
Days – Times (Type): T – 8:00 a.m. – 11:10 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Ben Katagiri
Textbooks/Materials:
Understanding Psychology-Glencoe (Provided)
Location: Middle School Room 5

Course: SO 101 Introduction to Sociology
Days – Times (Type): T – 12:10 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (H)
Instructor: Ben Katagiri
Textbooks/Materials:
Sociology-John J. Macionis (Provided)
Location: Middle School Room 5

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