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general information

Contents apply online today… www.gcc.mass.edu


General Information .......... 2-3, 19-27, 51
Academic Calendar ..........................................2
aCadeMiC Calendar
Community Education ............................3-18 Please note: Dates listed on academic calendars relate to full semester classes only. Calendars for classes with a
modified schedule, e.g. extended weeks, reduced weeks, etc., are available in the Registrar’s Office.
General Information Comm. Ed ................3
How to Register for Workshops ..............3 fall 2010 Semester
Workshops by Subject/Campus............4-5 Fall Enrollment Dates .................................Aug. 27, 28, 30, 31, & Sep. 1 Spring registration for current students begins............Mon., Nov. 1
Workshops ....................................................6-11 New Staff and Faculty Orientation ...................................Mon., Aug. 30 Advising Day - no day or evening classes .........................Tue., Nov. 2
Professional Half-Day (MCCC) ...........................................Mon., Aug. 30 Last day to drop/withdraw with a grade of “W” ......Wed., Nov. 10
Workforce Development ..........................12
New Student Orientation .......................................................Tue., Aug. 31 Veterans' Day..................................................................................Thu., Nov. 11
EMT/Paramedic ................................................13 Opening Day for faculty and staff.........................................Wed., Sep. 1 No day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled
Distance Learning ....................................14-16 Day and evening classes begin..................................................Thu., Sep. 2 No evening classes ....................................................................Wed., Nov. 24
PVI ............................................................................17 Labor Day............................................................................................Mon., Sep. 6 Thanksgiving Recess ....................................................Thu.-Fri., Nov. 25-26
No day or evening classes No day or evening classes
Credit-free Registration Form..................18 Last day to add day and evening classes.............................Thu., Sep. 9 Professional Half-Day starts at 12:00 noon (MCCC).......Fri., Dec. 10
Credit Courses ........................................19-47 Last day to drop/withdraw from credit courses/ Day and evening classes meet as scheduled
Last day of evening classes....................................................Wed., Dec. 15
Academic Programs ......................................19 partial tuition refund.................................................................Thu., Sep. 16
Incomplete (IN) grades converted to “F”.......................Thu., Sep. 30 Last day of day classes...............................................................Thu., Dec. 16
Financial Aid ........................................................20 Final Exams.............................................................Fri.-Wed., Dec. 17, 20-22
Last day to drop/withdraw - No Record...........................Tue., Oct. 5
Tuition and Fees................................................21 Reserved for final exam make-up
Columbus Day .............................................................................Mon., Oct. 11
Refund Policy; Payment ................................22 No day classes; evening classes meet as scheduled due to snow cancellation .....................................................Thu., Dec. 23
Final grades due electronically by 10:00 a.m.
Online Credit Courses..........................24-25 Day classes follow a Monday schedule;
Evening classes follow a Wednesday schedule.......Wed., Oct. 20 (Registrar will be available )..............................................Wed., Dec. 29
Services..................................................................27 College closed .........................................................Fri.-Sun., Dec. 24-Jan. 2
Early Progress Reports due electronically by 2:00 p.m. ....Wed., Oct. 27
Credit Courses by Evening ........................28
Credit Courses ..........................................30-47
Registration Information ................3,19, 51
Registration Form (Credit) ......................49
In-State Tuition Eligibility Form................50
Phone numbers ............................back cover

greenfield Community College


inforMation day
10 a.m., august 14
downtown Center
Students will have the opportunity to:
• Learn about how to enroll in courses
Weatherization SkillS training
GCC is expanding its training courses in energy efficiency and building sciences to meet the growing
at GCC need for residential weatherization professionals. Partnering with the Massgreen initiative (MCi),
• Complete an application for admission these new courses will provide basic to advanced weatherization skills training, as well as assist
• Meet some of the staff and immediately entrepreneurs who might be interested in starting their own weatherization contracting business.
have their questions answered tWo WorkShopS are planned for thiS fall.
For information www.gcc.mass.edu/admission. Weatherization Skills training will give participants a chance to learn basic building science and diagnostics;
tool, material and equipment selection, use, & maintenance; air sealing and insulation techniques, quality
assurance and customer service. Course graduates will be able to pursue BPI certification.
fall registration now in progress Weatherization Business development will provide skills to establish and operate a successful weatherization
• For information on admission contracting business. Topics will include building science and weatherization skills as well as financing options,
call (413) 775-1801. staffing needs, revenue opportunities, regulatory considerations, licenses and permits, and marketing.
• For information on academic advising For more information about MCI courses, visit www.massgreenstcc.com or contact Alexandra Floratos
call (413) 775-1339. at 413-775-1660 or floratosa@gcc.mass.edu
• For information on placement testing
call (413) 775-1147.
• Day and evening classes begin September 2. We make every effort to offer our classes as indicated in this Course guide. occasionally, there are
changes beyond our control. for up-to-date information on all courses, visit our website: www.gcc.mass.edu.

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register for credit–free


workshops. We offer
4 easy ways: pick one!
• register and pay (secure) via the
Community Education web page
at www.gcc.mass.edu/
general information for shopcreditfree.
• Call (413) 775-1803 during
Community education Workshops normal business hours (please
leave a message after hours or
email chastney@gcc.mass.edu).
Greenfield Community College is pleased to
• Visit Room E130 in
offer a wide variety of unique workshops
the East Building of the
through innovative “Community Education Main Campus:
Programs.” Every year, nearly 2,000 people Mon–Thurs. 9 a.m–5 p.m.,
continue their life-long learning at our Fri. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. (check, credit-
workshops which take place at convenient card, money orders only please).
locations in Franklin and Hampshire counties • fill out the registration form on
page 18 of this course guide and
with our campus locations in Greenfield, Turners mail it to the address indicated
Falls and Northampton. Topics include art, on that form.
dance, computers, finance, business and
renewable energy, among others.
Community education
We offer classes in the trades for electricians
and plumbers who are working towards their
Calendar – fall 2010
Main Campus and
license as well as specific training for welders.
downtown Center
Our workforce development office provides Labor Day ................................................Mon., Sept 6
business training and professional development No Day or Evening workshops
opportunities. Columbus Day.....................................Mon., Oct 11
No Day classes. Evening workshops meet as
scheduled
We are pleased to present workshops in Veterans’ Day ....................................Thurs., Nov 11
response to community needs, often working No day classes. Evening workshops meet as
scheduled
closely with other organizations and drawing Thanksgiving Recess.........Wed., Nov 24-Fri., Nov 26
upon both college and community resources. No Evening workshops
GCC community education workshops enhance franklin County tech./
active citizenship, personal development and Smith Vocational tech.
employability. All workshops are offered on a Labor Day ................................................Mon., Sept 6
No Day or Evening workshops
credit-free basis. Columbus Day.....................................Mon., Oct 11
No Evening workshops
You are welcome to offer suggestions for Veterans’ Day ....................................Thurs., Nov 11
No Evening workshops
additional workshops, services or programs. Thanksgiving Recess.........Wed., Nov 24-Fri., Nov 26
GCC’s Office of Community Education is No Evening workshops
located in the Downtown Center at 270 Main Smith College
Street in Greenfield. See you in class! Thanksgiving Recess.........Wed., Nov 24-Fri., Nov 26
No Evening workshops

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Workshops by Subject
Please see appropriate page for workshop description and information.
artS & CraftS – pgs 7–8 finanCial – pg 9
Beginning Bead Weaving Marketing principles Using Value-based relationships–neW!
from Water lilies to Starry night: Secrets of impressionism & Understanding the american financial System–neW!
post impressionism
drawing for absolute Beginners–neW! floral – pg 9
Creating gourd art–neW! arts in Bloom–neW!
Create a personal Journal–neW! food – pg 6
pure Silver Jewelry Making–neW! foodies of franklin County–neW!
Ukrainian egg decorating-pysanky–neW!
fUneral planning – pg 9
aViation – pg 8
funeral planning for the living–neW!
path to aviation–neW!
health & WellneSS – pgs 6, 9–10
BUSineSS – pg 8
good health to you: experience ancient and Modern healing–neW!
introduction to hospitality and tourism personal resilience–neW!
CoMpUterS – pg 8 heal yourself through holistic nutrition
Computer Basics for Beginners–level 1 a Caregivers Journey through the Maze of alzheimer’s disease–neW!
Computer Basics for Beginners–level 2 introduction to herbal Medicine–neW!
introduction to Computers reiki i–neW!
excel for Business eMt Basic
introduction to Quickbooks hiStory – pg 10
QuickBooks for Small Business owners gravestone Studies 101: a Survey of gravestone art in the pioneer
Beyond Basic Computing Valley
photo organizing and publishing with picasa–neW! gravestone Conservation Workshop: experiencing and preserving
increase Visitors to your Website history
Cpr – pg 13 Stones and Bones–neW!
heartsaver® Cpr with aed langUage – pg 10
family & friends® Cpr Conversational french for Beginners–neW!
Basic life Support (BlS) for healthcare providers Cpr
leiSUre – pg 10
danCe – pgs 7–9
genealogy: Who do you think you are?–neW!
Waltz
east Coast Swing MaSSage – pg 10
advanced Beginner West Coast Swing neuromuscular Self-Care for pain relief
rumba & Cha Cha Structure and process of the therapeutic healing relationship
hustle Massage therapy theory and technique i
dance Sampler–neW! Massage therapy theory and technique ii
Beginning Middle eastern Belly dance–neW! documentation for Massage and Bodywork practice
Be a Star-dance Classes at yMCa—neW!
Martial artS – pg 10
entrepreneUrial – pg 9 t’aiJi Quan (t’ai Chi Quan)
import export now!
keeping all the Balls in the air! (Juggling: Work, relationships & MUSiC – pg 10
health)–neW! the Basics of recording
introduction to Voiceovers the digital home Studio
Become a talk Show host your Music (Band) as a Business–neW!
ada information: Individuals requiring accommodations due to a disability of any type are strongly encouraged to make advance arrangements.
For more information, please call (413) 775-1812.

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oUtdoorS – pg 11 CLASSES HELD AT OTHER SITES


Using your gpS (with and without the batteries!)
SMith College – pgs 9, 11
petS – pg 11 heal yourself through holistic nutrition
pet first aid Journeyman electrician
tradeS – pg 11 SMith VoCational – pg 11
Journeyman electrician Journeyman plumber
Journeyman plumber Master plumber
Master plumber franklin CoUnty teChniCal SChool – pgs 8–9, 11
Cabinetmaking & Mill Carpentry Cabinetmaking and Mill Carpentry
Welding Welding
Machine Science i Machine Science i
Writing – pg 11 path to aviation–neW!
Meet the X-Words: english grammar Made easy floral affairS, greenfield – pg 9
Writing for Children and young adults arts in Bloom–neW!
the locally grown Sonnet: frederick goddard tuckerman–neW!
yMCa in greenfield – pg 7
WorkforCe deVelopMent WorkShopS – pg 12 Be a Star: popular dancing-Smooth and latin–neW!
ServSafe food protection Manager Certification
introduction to Computer assisted drafting & design
oSha 10 Construction Safety renewable energy and
powerful presentations
hr professional as a Business partner energy efficiency Workshops
leadership essentials Did you know all of our renewable energy and energy efficiency courses
the foundation of effective leadership are offered for both credit and non-credit? Fall class offerings include:
Communication Skills & Conflict Management • Sustainable energy fundamentals (SCI 110)
legal liabilities of the Supervisor CSW 385-2: M, 6:00-8:50 pm, 9/13-10/4 & Sat, 9:00 am-12:00 noon, 10/2, $199, 15 hours
Coaching Skills & employee training • fundamentals of electricity (SCI 112)
goal Setting & team Building CSW 382-2: T, 4:00-6:50 pm, 9/7-12/14, $475, 45 hours
• residential Construction fundamentals (SCI 114)
diStanCe edUCation (including on-line) – pgs 14–16 CSW 390-2: (Location: Greenfield High school), Th, 3:00-5:50 pm, 9/2-12/9, $475, 45 hours
paramedic & eMt refresher • greenhouse gas assessment and Carbon Cap and trade (SCI 118)
CSW 426-2: M, 6:00-8:50 pm, 11/15-12/13, $199, 15 hours
gatlin education • introduction to global Warming (SCI 119)
ed2go CSW 399-2: M, 6:00-8:50 pm, 10/11-11/8, $199, 15 hours
VeSi-professional development for educators • introduction to photovoltaic (Solar electric) technology (SCI 121)
CSW 391-2: Th, 6:00 pm-8:50 pm, 9/2-10/28, Saturday, 9:00 am-5:30 pm, 9/11, 9/25, 10/2,
CoMMUnity partnerS – pgs 2, 16 10/16, $475, 45 hours
Massgreen initiative • Sustainable landscape design (SCI 125)
Construction Supervisor training CSW 430-2: W, 6:00 pm-8:50 pm, 9/8-12/15, Saturday 9/25, 9:00 am-1:00 pm, $475, 45 hours
• residential energy efficiency & energy auditing
CSW 383-2: M, 3:00-5:50 pm, 9/13-12/13, 1 Saturday session, $425, 45 hours
CSW 383-4: M, 6:15-9:05 pm 9/13-12/13, 1 Saturday session, $425, 45 hours
• introduction to Sustainable design & green Building (SCI 127)
CSW 384-2: T, 6:00-8:50 pm, 9/7-12/14, Saturday, 9:00 am-1:00 pm, 10/2, $475, 45 hours
• Solar thermal Systems (SCI 128)
CSW 377-2: Th, 3:00-5:50 pm, 9/2-12/9, 2 Saturdays, 10/9 & 11/20, $475, 45 hours
the following credit-free workshops do not accept waivers of any kind: • extreme insulation retrofits (SCI 130)
CSW 400-2: W, 6:00-8:50 pm, 9/8-9/15, Saturday, 10/2, 1-5 pm, 11/3, 9-12 noon, $475, 45 hours
• Import/Export Now • introduction to architectural Modeling with archiCad (SCI 133)
• C.N.A./H.H.A. CSW 429-2: W, 4:00 pm- 6:00 pm, 9/8-10/20, $199
• EANE
Please turn to pages 45-46 for additional details for credit courses or go
• Classes in conjunction w/ credit classes (see pgs. 5,6,8)
to our shopping cart at: www.gcc.mass.edu/shopcreditfree for non credit
• Distance Education (All) enrollment instructions.
• Smith College (All)

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Be prepared! 
fun & practical Steps towards your personal independence

eat Better liVe Better


personal resilience: how to thrive in a
foodieS of franklin CoUnty–neW! Changing World–neW!
tuesday evenings: 6:30-8:30 pm instructor: tina Clarke
Series partner: Get ready! The economic, energy and other forces
are dramaitcally changing the world we’ve known.
Discover many clever, practical options for
Take charge of your own food! Learn from some of the most well-known strengthening yourself and your family as you
food experts in the Pioneer Valley. As the effects of climate change become anticipate tomorrow, then adapt and thrive. Be
more common, it will become more challenging and expensive to purchase prepared for inevitable changes in our world
many varieties of food. Be independent—learn to grow and preserve your through a fun and challenging experience.
own: join us for one, two or all of these timely, fun and informative CSW 958-2: t, 6:30-8:30, 11/30 & 12/7, 2 Sessions, $39
workshops. It’s good food for thought!

the Chicken or the egg: raising Backyard Chickens


instructors: Meg taylor and andrew Beals
In this beginner’s workshop, you will learn how to get started with a backyard flock to call your own.
Pioneer Valley Backyard Chicken Association and Poulin Grains with Greenfield Farmer’s Coop lend support.
CSW 876-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 10/12, $19

preserving food
instructor: Margaret Christie
CISA’s Margaret Christie will help you start—or expand—your home food preservation efforts. She’ll
cover freezing, drying, canning, and storage, and will talk about both small-scale and ambitious home food
preservation.
CSW 878-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 10/19, $19 Brian Glod, Moderator
extending the Season Good Health To You
instructor: daniel Botkin, laughing dog farm
In this class Daniel will describe various techniques for home gardeners and farmers to extend the
Be healthier
growing season using hoop houses, cold frames, year-round planting cycles and cold hardy crops.
good health to you: experience
CSW 879-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 10/26, $19
ancient and Modern healing – neW!
When e. Coli hits the fan: food Safety Basics for farm Stands and farmer’s Markets Moderator: Brian glod
instructor: Jeff Brandenburg, JSB group, llC instructors: nancy edwards, dr. Mark tanny,
The 2006 E. coli spinach outbreak fundamentally altered the way fresh produce is grown, processed and Janet Masucci, rob hayden, Ba, CnMt,
sold. This workshop offers guidance as to how to minimize the risk of an outbreak in our local farm f. russell thomas, M.d.
stands and farmers markets and your own home. Have you ever wondered how acupuncture
CSW 886-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 11/2, $19 works? How a chiropractor might help an aching
back? Why might you include reflexology, self-
apple pie Without Cheese is like a kiss Without a Squeeze! hypnosis, neuromuscular practitioners or pranic
instructors: tom Clark and ricki Carroll healers as part of your personal health care plan?
How can you determine whether modern
More than McIntosh! Third generation fruit farmer/grower Tom Clark, Clarkdale Farms, Deerfield, will lead medicine and surgical options are best for you?
a sampling and discussion of his locally-grown heritage apples. The Cheese Queen, Ricki Carroll from Come get answers and experience
Ashfield, will make Mozzarella and Ricotta which we will eat, hot off the press. Yum! demonstrations from some of the most highly-
CSW 887-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 11/9, $19 regarded practitioners in the Pioneer Valley!
For more information, call 775-1604.
CSW 434-2: Saturday, 9:00-12:30 pm, 11/6, 1 Session, $29

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ClaSSeS at the greenfield yMCa artS & CraftS


Beginning Bead Weaving
“Be a Star: popular dancing that’s fun & easy”
instructor: Carolyn reese
Smooth dancing (Waltz, foxtrot, Jitterbug Swing)–neW!
Learn to create intricate jewelry and non-
instructor: Carolyn nims Mclellan
wearable items using needle and thread
All these dances were made popular by the Big Bands of the 50's and 60's and techniques and seed beads in a variety of sizes.
have survived the test of time to be used at weddings, parties, cruises, etc. All Materials can be purchased locally or on line at a
classes held in the Adams Room at the YMCA, 451 Main Street, Greenfield, cost of $10 to $20.
MA. CSW 155-2: t, 6:00-8:00 pm, 9/28-10/19, 4 wks, $75
CSW 437-2 : th, 10:30-noon, 9/16-10/21, 6 wks, non yMCa Members, $60
CSW 437-4 : th, 10:30-noon, 9/16-10/21, 6 wks, yMCa members, $55 from Water lilies to Starry night:
no partners needed. Wear soft-soled, low-heeled shoes. to register call (413) 775-1803. Secrets of impressionism & post
latin dancing (rumba, tango, Cha Cha)–neW! impressionism
instructor: Carolyn nims Mclellan instructor: greg Maichack
Latin dance includes a wide range of dances originating in Latin America and Cuba. These dances are Sheer beginners to advanced students leave with
enjoying new-found popularity on the TV show, “Dancing with the Stars.” Come and learn these fun experience of pastel fundamentals (scumbling,
steps. All classes held in the Adams Room at the YMCA, 451 Main Street, Greenfield, MA. blending, and layering) and a command of
Impressionist methods (pointillism and shimmer)
CSW 438-2: th, 10:30-noon, 11/4-12/16, 6 wks, non yMCa Members, $60
painting Monet’s “Regatta” and Van Gogh’s “Starry
CSW 438-4: th, 10:30-noon, 11/4-12/16, 6 wks, yMCa members, $55
no partners needed. Wear soft-soled, low-heeled shoes. to register call (413) 775-1803. Night.” The instructor provides materials.
CSW 165-2: Saturday, 10:00 am-4:30 pm, 10/16, 1 Session,
$65
dance Studio Courses Why enroll in a class or drawing for absolute Beginners–neW!
may now be taken by Community Education workshop that is designated instructor: paula gottlieb
students on a credit-free basis.
as credit/credit-free (also In this one-day workshop, the fundamentals of
fall 2010 drawing will be learned in a supportive
• Ballet (Beg/int levels)
called “blended”)? atmosphere. You will be introduced to elements
Instructor: Kathy Keillor-Steinem of drawing including line, shape, negative space,
GCC offers a unique opportunity where value, shadows, blending, edges, composition and
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF DAN 107/108
CSW 004-2: M/W, 10:00-12:50 am, 9/8-12/22, $475
students can take selected classes or perspective.
workshops either for credit or not for CSW 815-2: Saturday, 9:00 am-4:00 pm, 10/30, 1 session, $65
• Jazz dance (Beg/int levels)
Instructor: Kathy Keillor-Steinem credit this fall in the topic areas of:
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF DAN 103/104 Renewable Energy, Computers, Business, Creating gourd art–neW!
CSW 013-2: T/Th, 2:00-3:50 pm, 9/2-12/21, $475 Massage and Dance. instructor: Jaynie Barnes
• african dance (Beg/int levels) • You may not need a grade or a Learn to create unique, functional pieces from
Instructor: Sekou Sylla ordinary gourds. Beginners to advanced students
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF DAN 105 degree but want to participate in
will create and take home four gourd art pieces
CSW 020-2: T, 4:30-7:20 pm, 9/7-12/14, $475 courses for enrichment, to improve
during this course. A $40 materials fee is payable
• Modern dance (Beg/int levels) existing skills, or to acquire new ones to instructor the first night of class.
Instructor: Ann Sorvino CSW 443-2: th, 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/23-10/28, 6 wks, $105
• You may not have the formal course
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF DAN 111/112
CSW 021-2: T/Th, 9:00-10:50 am, 9/2-12/21, $475 prerequisites but might nevertheless
Create a personal art Journal–neW!
benefit from the educational
• Middle eastern dance (Beg/int levels) instructor: Marla Cromwell
Instructor: Sharon Arslanian experience of the class
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF DAN 116/117 Explore your own topics in your own style to
• Blended classes can create diversity create unique pages – without rules! We will play,
CSW 023-2: M/W, 1:00-2:50 pm, 9/8-12/22, $475
in the learning environments and experiment and learn new expressive techniques
• dance repertory group: offer professional networking with fun materials in personally-meaningful,
Mixed Company visually-interesting journals. $15 materials fee
Instructor: Sharon Arslanian opportunities for students
payable to instructor. Bring your own blank
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF DAN 201
for full course descriptions of blended journal.
CSW 039-2: T/Th, 12:30-2:45 pm, 9/7-12/21, $20
learning classes go to CSW 446-2: W, 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/29-11/3, 6 wks, $89
For more information about class content/ www.gcc.mass.edu/catalog.
format, please call (413) 775-1262.

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pure Silver Jewelry Making–neW!
instructor: Bevlynn gallant
CoMpUterS Beyond Basic Computing
instructor: debbe dugan
Precious Metal Clay (PMC) can be molded and Computer Basics for Beginners - level 1 For students with a basic knowledge of the
textured like clay, dried, then kiln-fired to make instructor: Sandra lively computer or who have taken Computer Basics
pure silver jewelry. Price includes enough PMC to Level 1 and/or 2 at GCC, this course is for the
Come learn the basics in this slow moving fun
make 2 pairs of earings. beginning user of the Microsoft Office Suite (or
beginner computer class. Your book is included in
CSW 447-2: Saturday, 10:00-4:00 pm, 10/30, 1 Session, $89 someone who wants to learn a few new tricks).
the price of the course. We’ll be using MS office
2007 products. CSW 480-2: th, 6:00-8:30 pm, 10/21-11/18, 5 wks, $129
Ukrainian egg decorating-pysanky
CSW 419-2: W, 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/8-10/6, 5 wks, $135
–neW! photo organizing and publishing with
instructor: rachel popowich Computer Basics for Beginners - level 2 picasa–neW!
Draw on eggs with beeswax and dip them in instructor: Sandra lively instructor: gina rheault
successively darker colors for beautiful, elegant So you know a little about computers and want This class teaches importing, editing, organizing,
designs and gifts. Fun and inexpensive! to learn a little more? Join us in this fun basic and sharing digital photos using Picasa - free
CSW 450-2: Saturday, 9:00-4:00 pm, 11/13, 1 Session, $65 computer class using MS office 2007 software. software from Google. Sharing photos by print,
CSW 417-2: W, 6:00-8:30 pm, 10/13-11/3, 4 wks, $95 email, blogs, e-galleries, slideshows, and social
arts in Bloom–neW! networks will be discussed.
instructor: Becca lucia introduction to Computers CSW 411-2: 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/8-10/13 , 6 wks, $129
Always wanted to arrange flowers in a more eye- instructor: Joseph lavoie
increase Visitors to your Web Site
catching creative display? Now is your chance! CSW 313-2: M, 9/13-12/13, 6:00-8:50 pm, $475
Learn special techniques from owner of Floral NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF CIS 110 instructor: Craig devonshire
Affairs in Greenfield. Take home 3 gorgeous An intensive introductory course intended for
bouquets-including one for Thanksgiving. Materials excel for Business those looking to increase web traffic to their
and flowers included. instructor: debbe dugan existing site or who are planning to create an
CSW 857-2: W, 6:30-8:30, 11/3-17, 3 wks, $89 effective and informative website.
This is a comprehensive course that begins with
navigating the basic spreadsheet; formatting cells, CSW 359-2: W, 6:00-9:00 pm, 10/18-11/8, 4 wks, $105

aViation columns, and rows; and creating formulas. We will

pathway to aviation–neW!
create workbooks that integrate data from
multiple spreadsheets and other Excel documents
danCe
and learn how to integrate this information into no partners necessary
instructor: William Ulley Word documents.
No matter what your interest might be in the Wfd 115-2: th, 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/16-10/14, 5 wks, $129 Waltz
magic of flight: from the basics of aviation to the
instructor: emily fox
direction toward obtaining a pilot’s license or just introduction to Quickbooks
understanding the theory or history of flight, this American Waltz, a classic form of ballroom dance,
instructor: debbe dugan
course will address it. combines graceful turning patterns with the basic
CSW 644-2: t, 6:00-8:00 pm, 9/21-10/26, 6 wks, class held at This course is designed as a basic introduction to box step to create a flowing dance partnership.
turners falls airport, $105 QuickBooks. Students will explore the Chart of Partnering techniques add a polished look.
Accounts, work with the Customer Center and CSW 014-2: M, 6:00-7:00 pm, 9/13-10/25, 7 wks, $65
the Vendor Center, learn functions of Accounts
BUSineSS Receivable and Accounts Payable. This course is
designed to cover the materials in a four week
east Coast Swing
instructor: emily fox
the following blended course is the period at a slower pace with attention to detail
non-credit offering of BUS 112 for and is designed for students who need a general Swing has been a favorite American dance since it
overall knowledge of the software was developed in Harlem in the 1930s, and it has
credit. remained a favorite. The upbeat tempo of many
CSW 464-2: t, 6:30-9:00 pm, 9/14-10/5, 4 wks, $115
musical styles lends itself to the easy Swing dance
introduction to hospitality steps.
QuickBooks for Small Business
and tourism CSW 016-2: M, 7:00-8:00 pm, 9/13-10/25, 7 wks, $65
owners
instructor: Staff
instructor: debbe dugan advanced Beginner West Coast Swing
CSW 688-2: M/W/f, 9/3-12/22, 11:00-11:50 am, $475
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF BUS 112 In this comprehensive class, you will set up your instructor: emily fox
own company books with QuickBooks, and all
Brush off your West Coast Swing and take it to a
work will be done on your business records. Learn
new level! Review steps up to the basic whip and
about chart of accounts, accounts payable and
learn additional steps, turning patterns, and
receivable, inventory and more.
develop lead and follow technique.
Wfd 515-8: t, 6:30-9:00 pm, 10/12-11/23, 7 wks, $195
CSW 026-2: M, 8:00-9:00 pm, 9/13-10/25, 7 wks, $65

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rumba & Cha Cha
instructor: emily fox
introduction to Voiceovers
instructor: Voices for all
fUneral planning
Rumba and Cha Cha are popular Latin dances Fun, interactive class to get started in Professional funeral planning for the living–neW!
enjoyed around the world. This course will focus Voice Acting, covering some of the many details of instructor: Carol Coan
on basic patterns used in both dances, offering the industry. Receive a professional voice
This workshop teaches participants to plan ahead
combinations that work in any social setting. evaluation. This class is taught by a professional
for death, thereby anticipating necessary decisions,
CSW 032-2: M, 6:00-7:00 pm, 11/1-12/13, 7 wks, $65 voice actor from the voice acting training
evaluating options, saving money, and embracing
company: “Voices For All.”
life today.
hustle CSW 574-2: M, 7:00-9:00 pm, 10/18, 1 Session, $35
CSW 433-2: th, 6:00-8:00 pm, 10/28-11/4, 2 wks, $45
instructor: emily fox
Become a talk Show host
Hustle is an extremely fun and exciting dance. The
styling and turning combinations work with most instructor: david ewen health &
disco, club or house music. Students will learn Learn the tips, tricks and techniques of producing
partnering technique, arm styling and attitude! and marketing you talk show on the internet via WellneSS
CSW 022-2: M, 7:00-8:00 pm, 11/1-12/13, 7 wks, $65 podcast. Podcast is the fastest growing media for
internet radio and television. It’s easy, simple, and heal yourself through holistic
dance Sampler–neW! fun. nutrition
instructor: emily fox CSW 573-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 9/14 & 9/21, 2 wks, $39 instructor: nanci Martine
Learn the basics of Waltz, East Coast Swing and What you eat, how foods are combined and how
Foxtrot then dance with confidence at weddings
and other social events. No partner needed.
finanCial they are prepared can directly affect your health
and well being. In this class you will learn what
CSW 436-2: M, 8:00-9:00 pm, 11/1-12/13, 7 wks, $65 Marketing principles Using Value-based your personal body type is and what foods are
relationships–neW! best for you.
Beginning Middle eastern Belly dance CSW 245-14: (location Smith College) t, 6:00-8:00 pm,
instructor: Craig devonshire
–neW! 10/19-11/16, 5 wks, $79
A concentrated overview to identify and utilize
instructor: amy Marie Cullen basic marketing principles, specifically aimed at from denial to acceptance: a
In this basic beginner’s dance technique class, creating value-based relationships, to help further Caregivers Journey through the Maze
students will learn the foundations of middle your professional endeavors or sales of
eastern belly dance and get some great exercise! products/services.
of alzheimer’s disease–neW!
CSW 435-2: th, 6:30-8:00pm, 9/16-11/4, 8 wks, $105 CSW 439-2: th, 6:00-9:00 pm, 10/7-11/11, 6 wks, $155 instructor: Sue pratt and Mo grossberger  
Learn to recognize the humanity behind the illness
Understanding the american financial
entrepreneUrial System–neW!
and how to support and honor the person at
every stage of the process.
import export now! instructor: eric laursen Wfd 440-8: M, 6:00-9:00 pm, 10/18, 1 Session, $35

instructor: John Spiers Concerned about the state of the economy, but introduction to herbal
having trouble following it in the news? Among
Highly rated by students for content and pace for
topics covered: how banking systems operate,
Medicine–neW!
the last decade, this course will take you through instructor: Bonnie Bloom
stock markets and economic role, tax system, the
the steps necessary to establish your own import
Fed, interest rates and much more. We will look at how to choose what herbs to use,
or export company, or both.
CSW 448-2: M, 6:00-8:30 pm, 10/18-11/1, 3 wks, $75 drug interactions and contra indications, how to
CSW 094-2: W, 9:00-12:00 noon, 10/6-12/1, 9 wks, $95
begin to use herbal medicine, treating chronic, acute
keeping all the Balls in the air!
(Juggling: Work, relationships & health)
floral or serious illness and determining herbal quality
(weather-permitting there will be a walk outside).
CSW 444-2: Saturday, 9:00-4:00 pm, 9/25, 1 Session, $45
–neW! arts in Bloom–neW!
instructor: rob peck instructor: Becca lucia reiki i–neW!
A fun way to learn how to juggle, expand left and Always wanted to arrange flowers in a more eye- instructor: debra Basilli
right brain thinking, and experience first-hand a catching creative display? Now is your chance!
Reiki is one of the more widely known forms of
flow state that fosters both concentration and Learn special techniques from owner of Floral
healing, using spiritually-guided life force energy.
relaxation. $15 materials fee payable to instructor Affairs in Greenfield. Take home 3 gorgeous
This Reiki I Practitioner class teaches how to
(scarves & balls). bouquets-including one for Thanksgiving. Materials
perform Reiki on yourself, friends or perspective
CSW 449-2: Saturday, 1:00-4:00 pm, 10/30, 1 Session, $35 and flowers included.
clients. Certificate provided.
CSW 857-2: W, 6:30-8:30, 11/3-17, 3 wks, $89
CSW 665-2: Saturday, 9:00-4:30 pm, 10/2, 1 Session, $69

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eMt Basic
instructor: kevin garvey
langUage Massage therapy theory and technique ii
instructor: holly J. parker
Provides training in the primary care of injuries, Conversational french for CSW 718-2: f, 9/2-12/22, 1:00-3:00 pm, $199
Semiautomatic External Defibrillator (S/AED), Beginners–neW! NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF MTC 110
acute illnesses, birth, and people in emergency instructor: Joan Coffey-dietrich
situations. Students learn rescue extrication, documentation for Massage &
transportation, communication, legal implications, This workshop is for those who want to become Bodywork practice
and ambulance training. This course is taught using comfortable enough in the language to function in
instructor: Janice p. luzzi
lectures, slides, demonstrations, and practice. day-to-day settings.
CSW 719-2: M, 9/2-12/22, 11:00 am-12:00 pm, $199
Students completing the course are able to sit for CSW 856-2: W, 6:30-8:30 pm, 9/15-11/17, 10 wks, $169
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF MTC 111
the Mass EMT Exam. Some Saturday meetings will
be scheduled. Cost includes $50 equipment fee.
CSW 310-2: M/W, 6:00-10:00 pm, 9/8-12/15, includes some
leiSUre Martial artS
Saturday classes, $595 genealogy: Who do you think you are? t’aiJi Quan (t’ai Chi Quan)
–neW!
hiStory instructor: Sara Campbell
instructor: Mark deaver
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the
gravestone Studies 101: a Survey of Learn how to research your family tree and locate fundamentals of Yang style T’aiJi Quan. We will
ancestors. Topics will include ancesteural, explore the traditional Yang style form philosophy
gravestone art in the pioneer Valley immigration, military, church records and others. and T’aiJi classics.
instructor: robert drinkwater We’ll review records available locally and on CSW 040-2: W, 6:00-7:30 pm, 9/15-11/17, 10 wks, $115
A slide/lecture presentation will offer participants internet.
an introduction to gravestone art in the Pioneer CSW 445-2: W, 6:30-8:30 pm, 11/3-11/17, 3 wks, $59
Valley and the vicinity. Included will be a brief MUSiC
review of local history and an overview of New
England gravestone studies and more. MaSSage these workshops will focus on the new
technologies of the home recording studio and
CSW 636-2: W, 7:00-8:30 pm, 9/22 and Saturday field trip, neuromuscular Self-Care for basic recording techniques. any workshop can be
10:00-12:30 am, 9/25, $35 taken independently of the other.
pain relief
gravestone Conservation Workshop: instructor: rob hayden the Basics of recording
experiencing and preserving history An experiential guide through a series of self- instructor: tommy Byrnes
instructor: Charles Marchant performed techniques, using simple, common This workshop covers the techniques needed to
tools, to control headache, backache, hip and make great sounding recordings. Microphones, gain
Intended for those who already have or would like
shoulder pain. A $5 fee (for your take-home staging, mixing techniques, etc. We’ll also discuss
to have a hand in the upkeep of their local
toolkit) is payable to the instructor the first the signal chain, using compressors and gates, EQ
cemeteries. You’ll learn to assess the condition of a
night/day of class. and reverb.
gravestone and several methods for recording
inscriptions and epitaphs. CSW 702-2: th, 6:30-9:00 pm, 9/30-10/21, 4 wks, $89 CSW 365-2: M, 6:00-8:30 pm, 10/8-11/1, 3 wks, $69
CSW 631-14: (location tBd), Saturday, 9:00 am-noon, 9/18, CSW 702-4: Saturday, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, 1-5 pm, 10/2,
1 session, $35 1 session, $89 the digital home Studio
instructor: tommy Byrnes
Stones and Bones–neW! the following blended courses are the
Your home recording setup-what you’ll need, the
instructor: Charles Marchant
non-credit offerings of Massage classes equipment involved and your space. We will
“Stones and Bones” is a program designed to help
for credit. discuss computer-based vs. stand-alones, Macs vs.
teachers use a cemetery as a teaching tool.  We’ll PCs, laptops vs. desktops, software, MIDI, and free
Structure and process of the stuff online.
show how cemeteries support integrated
curriculum work in art, language arts, history, math, therapeutic healing relationship CSW 373-2: M, 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/20-10/4, 3 wks, $69
photography, and other core learning areas. It is instructor: Janice p. luzzi
designed for use in grades four and above. Not CSW 716-2: M, 9/2-12/22, 8:30-10:30 am, $339 your Music (Band) as a Business
just for teachers, anyone interested can sign up. NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF MTC 101 –neW!
CSW 442-2: t, 6:00-9:00 pm, 9/28, 1 Session, $35 instructor: tommy Byrnes
Massage therapy theory and technique i
This workshop will cover what you need to know
instructors: patricia Wachter, Janice p. luzzi,
as a working musician. Copyrights, marketing,
holly J. parker
organization, your band as a small business and
CSW 717-2: M/W, 9/2-12/22, 1:00-9:00 pm, $955 many other topics will be covered in this 3 hour
NON-CREDIT OFFERING OF MTC 103 course.
CSW 441-2: M, 6:00-9:00 pm, 11/18, 1 Session, $35

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oUtdoorS course is scheduled to meet 63 hours per


semester, of which each student must attend at health Care
least 55 hrs (per semester) to meet the State
Using your gpS (with and without the standards. Students must purchase BOTH the paraprofessional
batteries!) current Massachusetts Plumbing Code Book and
instructor: Walker korby NFPA 54 Gasfitters Code Book (not NFPA 58). training
Books are available at www.sec.state.ma.us. These Join our growing and enthusiastic group of
Understand the abilities and limitations of off-road
books are required. Students who do not have the alumni who have gone on to in-demand
GPS navigation, and learn valuable map and
books by the end of the second week of class will careers in a range of health care settings.
compass skills as well as aidless navigation
not be allowed to attend past that point. Since 2005 GCC has partnered with Tripp
techniques. Two evening workshops and one
tSW 722-7: (Smith Vocational School) t/th, 6:00-8:30 pm, Community Care Collaborative, a local non-
Saturday field trip.
9/7-12/7, (no class 11/11 & 11/25), 25 sessions, $385 profit organization committed to the highest
CSW 192-2: W, 6:00-8:30 pm, 9/29-10/6, Saturday field trip, standards of caregiver training, to offer
9:00 am -1:00 pm, 10/9, 2 wks, $65 Master plumber comprehensive CNA, HHA and PCA. These
trainings are held several times a year in both
instructor: Jeff young Greenfield and Northampton. All trainings
petS Master Plumbers may attend the Journeyman prepare students for on-site state exams.
Plumber class and apply their hours toward the Please note: You are NOT certified until you
pet first aid requirement for Master licensure in lieu of the 5th successfully pass the Red Cross certifying exam.
instructor: dr. Steven ellis, dVM Tier class, which GCC does not offer at this time. The For more information, to receive an
In this course the participant is introduced to class will consist of an ongoing review of the application packet, or to find out about
common canine and feline medical emergencies Massachusetts and National Plumbing Codes. upcoming training sessions call (413) 775-
encountered by the pet owner. Designed to Required texts are the MA Plumbing Code Book and 1672 or visit www.gcc.mass.edu/cna.
increase the comfort level of the pet owner in the NFPA 54 Gasfitters Code Book (NOT NFPA 58).
dealing with common emergencies, immediate The instructor will attempt to provide additional
materials for masters students in attendance.
response and treatment are reviewed.
CSW 530-2: t, 6:30-9:00 pm, 10/5, 1 session, $35 tSW 731-7: (Smith Vocational School) t/th, 6:00-8:30 pm, Writing
9/7-12/7, (no class 11/11 & 11/25), 25 sessions, $299
Meet the X-Words: english grammar
tradeS Cabinetmaking & Mill Carpentry Made easy
instructor: Michael therrien instructor: Carolyn nims Mclellan
Journeyman electrician
In this ten-week course, participants will learn the The X-Words give you a quick method to
instructor: ed young or devin lockley basic processes involved in cabinetmaking and mill correct errors in your writing. They work like
Part of the 600-hour classroom requirement in carpentry. Location: Franklin County Technical School. magic! In four sessions, you will complete a 10-
preparation for the Mass. license, this workshop tSW 100-5: (fCtS) M, 5:00-8:00 pm, 9/13-11/29, 10 wks, $325 lesson workbook (included in your fee).
will include an in-depth study of the electrical CSW 197-2: th, 6:00-8:00 pm, 9/23-10/14, 4 wks, $65
code and related topics. The schedule provides 81 Welding
hours of class time, of which each student must instructor: anthony Mcintosh
Writing for Children and young adults
attend at least 75 hours to meet State standards. instructor: Cheli Mennella
Eight of these 75-hour semesters, in conjunction Starting with the basics and advancing as far as the
with 4 years of experience, qualifies student to individual can manage, topics include oxy- Dedicated to the craft of writing for children and
take the Journeyman exam. acetylene welding, brazing, arc welding, young adults, this workshop introduces dozens of
familiarization with TIG welding, various metals books in different genres, topics on writing craft,
CSW 364-14: (Smith College, ed young) t/th, 5:30-8:30 pm,
such as carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. and exercises to tap creativity. Supportive
9/7-12/9, (no class 11/25), 27 Sessions, $395
Useful for job upgrading, artistic uses, do-it- atmosphere for beginning, revising, and finishing
tSW 364-5: (gCC, devin lockley) t/th, 5:30-8:30 pm, 9/7- work.
yourself. Maximum of 10 students, sign up early!
12/9 (no class 11/25), 27 Sessions, $395
Location: Franklin County Technical School. CSW 546-2: M, 6:30-8:30 pm, 9/13-11/8, (no class 10/11),
Journeyman plumber tSW 650-5: (fCtS) W, 4:30-7:30 pm, 9/15-11/17, 10 wks, $495 8 wks, $125

instructor: Jeff young Machine Science i the locally grown Sonnet: frederick
This class provides one semester (of the 1st tier) instructor: tom tourigny goddard tuckerman–neW!
of the new 5 tiers required for the state license
Introduction to principles of machining practices instructor: andrew Varnon
exam. Students registering for this course can be
licensed as an apprenticed plumber before or which include lathe operations, milling, speeds and You’ve seen the Poets Seat Tower, now read the
after 9/1/2008. Those licensed prior to 9/1/2008 feeds, grinding, presswork, tool sharpening and sonnets and write a few of your own. Join a class
will be able to complete their 300 hour bench work. Projects are industry-related and on Greenfield’s own Frederick Goddard
requirement during this time. This program is consist of practical hands-on work. Limited to 8. Tuckerman. Text required - Selected Poems of
certified as providing the 550-hour classroom Location: Franklin County Technical. Frederick Goddard Tuckerman, $19.95, available at
phase required by the Commonwealth. Each tSW 624-5: (fCtS) M, 5:00-8:00 pm, 9/13-12/6, (no class World Eye Book Store, Main Street, Greenfield.
student must attend 110 hours per tier. This 10/11), 12 wks, $399 CSW 849-2: th, 6:30-8:30 pm, 10/7-10/21, 3 wks, $59

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Workforce development the employers association of the northeast (eane)


offers workshops in collaboration with Greenfield
We will custom-design and deliver workforce Community College that are open to members and non-
development training just for your business! members. EANE members call for the member discount.
Call us at (413) 775-1607 to discuss your needs.
powerful presentations –neW!
Workforce Development Office, The ability to speak effectively in public and deliver your case with power and attention-grabbing style is a
270 Main St., Greenfield, MA 01301 powerful career builder. Creating and presenting unforgettable presentations will separate you from the ho-hum
Nancy Bair, Director, presenters. Understand what ruins the typical presentation.
(413) 775-1607, bair@gcc.mass.edu Wfd 241-8: t, 8:30-4:30 pm , 9/21, 1 Session, $245

hr professional as a Business partner –neW!


WorkforCe Having a strategic “people plan” that ties your HR initiatives to the compnany's performance goals is critical to
creating value while helping the business win in the marketplace. Learn how to transform the human resources
deVelopMent from a transactional function to a strategic, value-added partnership-driving productivity and profits.
Wfd 242-8: th, 8:30-12 noon, 12/2, 1 Session, $125
ServSafe food protection Manager
Certification
leaderShip eSSentialS:
instructor: gary Weiss
the following workshops may be taken individually or together
Become a Certified Food Protection Manager leadership essentials: a 5-day Supervisory Skills development Certificate program
with this national training program. The intensive Our five-day Leadership Series is specifically designed to provide leaders at all levels with broad knowledge of
9-hour training will prepare you for and give the the best methods for earning and maintaining the trust and respect of the employees under their direction and
exam that is required for Mass. State Certification. motivating them to their highest potential. Leadership is a skill set that is developed. This series is for supervisors
Get updated on food manager responsibilities and and managers in all industries including manufacturing, office, service, distribution, sales and health care.
insure that the food you are serving is safe for the Participants who successfully complete all five programs will be awarded a Leadership Essentials Certificate.
public. The cost includes reference text and exam. Wfd 650-8: t, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 10/19-12/14, 5 Sessions, $1175
Wfd 751-7: M, 6:00-9:00 pm, 11/8, 15 & 22, 3 wks,
northampton, $169 • the foundation of effective leadership
Wfd 751-8: M, 6:00-9:00 pm, 9/13, 20 & 10/4, 3 wks, gCC, $169 Trust and respect are essential for success in a leadership role. Business results and goals are achieved through
motivated, involved employees. It is important that your organization’s front-line leaders are prepared to create a
introduction to Computer assisted positive and supportive environment. This program will provide the knowledge and skills to take the necessary
actions to demonstrate these qualities.
drafting & design–neW! Wfd 651-8: t, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 10/19, 1 Session, $245
The intensive 30 hour workshop will provide a
boost to the drafing and design capability of those • Communication Skills & Conflict Management
already exposed to CAD software or get you Successful leadership depends heavily on being a skilled communicator. Giving clear directions, practicing active
started if you haven’t already worked in these listening skills and using non-defensive communication techniques will improve leadership effectiveness. Learning
computer applications. Includes those needing to resolve conflicts will enable leaders to create a more positive and productive workplace.
mechanical, industrial, archectural or design Wfd 652-8: t, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 11/2, 1 Session, $245
building drawings. Call to get more information.
Wfd 243-8: M/W, 4:00-7:00 pm, 9/20-10/25, 5 wks, (fCtS) $395 • legal liabilities of the Supervisor
Increasingly, companies and supervisors are becoming subjected to legal liability. Gain insight to those kinds of
oSha 10 Construction Safety liability and how your role is critical to liability prevention.
instructor: paul Sarrategui Wfd 655-8: t, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 11/16, 1 Session, $245
This course introduces students to OSHA and • Coaching Skills & employee training
the required topics for OSHA construction safety
certification. This course is for construction The skillful use of coaching can improve performance, increase employee skills and motivation. Coaching can
help employees develop a more positive attitude to their leader and their jobs. Learning to identify training
workers, foremen, job supervisors and anyone
needs and the ability to develop and deliver on-the-job training is an essential skill for leaders.
involved in the construction industry. Upon
successful completion of the course, participants Wfd 653-8: t, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 11/30, 1 Session, $245
will receive an OSHA construction safety and
health 10-hour course completion card from the
• goal Setting & team Building
Department of Labor. Topics covered include: Setting clear measurable goals and well-defined action plans lay the foundation for business and leadership
confined space, electrical safety, health hazards, success. Successful team leadership requires understanding team dynamics and helping teams to work together
hand and power tools, ladders and stairways and in achieving goals and solving problems. Through experiential activities participants will experience and analyze
teamwork and team decision making.
personal protective equipment.
Wfd 654-8: t, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 12/14, 1 Session, $245
Wfd 240-8: f, 4:30-9:00 pm, 11/19, Saturday, 8:30 am-
3:00 pm, 11/20, 2 Sessions, $85

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eMS paraMediC Cpr ClaSSeS at


refreSher: online the gCC
to regiSter for theSe WorkShopS: doWntoWn
On-line at www.gcc.mass.edu/shopcreditfree/
or call (413) 775-1803.
Center
heartsaver® Cpr with aed
You will receive an email from the instructor just instructor: tBd
prior to class start date. For employees and/or designated first
responders who have a duty to respond to a
Massachusetts paramedic refresher: traditional or online Basic EMT refresher. A one- cardiac emergency because of job
hour “live” session is required to complete the responsibilities or regulatory requirements.
online
practical skills evaluation. This class includes adult/child CPR with mask,
instructor: Christopher Bascomb adult/child choking, adult/child AED and
CSW 528-2: Cycle oct 1-31, $45
This is a MA OEMS-approved 48-hour Paramedic CSW 528-4: Cycle nov 1-30, $45 optional (as needed) infant CPR with mask
Refresher. During a 30 day period you will cover and infant choking. The cost includes a
the required topics with tutorials, assigned paramedic assistant Course mandatory manual, a $5 card fee and a
readings, case studies and analysis, photos, for Basic eMts: online materials fee.
discussion board, self-evaluations and relevant web CSW 685-2: th, 6:00-9:00 pm, 10/14, 1 session, $49
links. Your instructor tracks your on-line progress instructor: Christopher Bascomb
and a “live practical” evaluation session is required. 7 hours of Basic EMT continuing education. On- family & friends® Cpr
Dates TBA for the live session each cycle. Call line, with one skills session required. Covers all instructor: tBd
(413) 775-1628 for more details. aspects of the Paramedic-Assistant course,
including medical-legal responsibilities, scope of This brief course offers the opportunity to
CSW 524-2: Cycle Sept 1-30, $125
practice, sharps disposal, approved skills and more. learn basic CPR in a dynamic group
CSW 524-3: Cycle oct 1-31, $125 environment. It is intended for family
CSW 524-4: Cycle nov 1-30, $145 Complete this class at your own pace within a
calendar month. Dates TBA for the live session members, friends and members of the
CSW 524-6: Cycle dec 1-30, $155 general community who want to learn CPR
each cycle.
but do not need a course completion card.
Massachusetts eMt Basic refresher: CSW 562-2: Cycle oct 1- 31, $35
Skills include adult/child CPR, adult/child
online CSW 562-4: Cycle nov 1-30, $35 choking and may include (as
CSW 562-6: Cycle dec 1-30, $35 needed/requested) infant CPR and choking.
instructor: Christopher Bascomb
This is a MA OEMS-approved 24-hour Basic EMT a guide to Bedside Medications: CSW 686-2: t, 6:30-8:30 pm, 11/9, 1 session, $25
Refresher. During a 30 day time period you will online
cover the required topics with tutorials, assigned
Basic life Support (BlS) for
readings, case studies, discussion board, self- instructor: Christopher Bascomb healthcare providers Cpr
evaluations and relevant web links. Your instructor 6 hours Basic and Intermediate and Paramedic instructor: tBd
tracks your on-line progress and a “live practical” continuing education. Did you know that nearly
For healthcare providers such EMS personnel,
evaluation session is required. Dates TBA for the 30% of all hospital admissions are the result of
physician assistants, physicians, dentists, nurses,
live session each cycle. Call (413) 775-1628 for home medication errors? Gain more confidence in
respiratory therapists and others who must
more details. your assessment and treatment skills by learning
have a credential (card) documenting
CSW 527-2: Cycle Sep 1-30, $70 more about common medications found in your
successful completion of a CPR course. This
CSW 527-3: Cycle oct 1-31, $70 patients’ homes. We will take a body systems
class includes adult and pediatric CPR
CSW 527-4: Cycle nov 1-30, $70 approach, reviewing many conditions including
(including 2-rescuer scenarios and use of the
behavioral and pain management issues. We will
CSW 527-6: Cycle dec 1-30, $70 bag mask), foreign-body airway obstruction,
examine the common medications their intended
and use of automated external defibrillation
Massachusetts eMt intermediate effects and their side effects.
(AED) with CPR. The cost of this class
“add-on” refresher: online CSW 563-2: Cycle oct 1- 31, $35 includes mandatory manual, the actual $5
CSW 563-4: Cycle nov 1-30, $35 cost of the credential (card) and a materials
instructor: Christopher Bascomb
CSW 563-6: Cycle dec 1-30, $35 fee.
This MA OEMS-approved 12 hour on-line
CSW 684-2: M, 5:30-9:30 pm, 12/6, 1 session, $59
program can be completed at your convenience
within a 30 day time period. You may take the on-
line refresher before, during or after your

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Credit-free Workshops: to register and pay online go to www.gcc.mass.edu/shopcreditfree/ or call (413) 775-1803.

gatlin edUCation–online
We’re proud to offer online Career Development courses from Gatlin Education. Gatlin provides courses in a “Blended Learning” format.
These programs combine high quality online content, textbooks, CD-ROMs, and, most importantly, an online instructor/mentor committed to
student success. Adult learners and career changers are generally faced with competency-based or certification-based learning. Gatlin programs
are designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional caliber positions for many in-demand occupations. To register, please call
(413) 775-1803. For more information e-mail chastney@gcc.mass.edu or visit the GCC web page for course outlines, syllabi, instructor
information, and more about course format.

health Care BUSineSS prograMS


prograMS paralegal
This online, instructor-led program prepares
Medical transcription students to be successful in the fast growing
This online, instructor-led program will prepare you paralegal career field. All materials included!
to start a new career as a Medical Transcriptionist. deW 104 (hours: 300) $1,695 Management for it professionals
A medical terminology course is included at no This online training program is particularly well
extra cost! Transcriber and all materials included. project Management
suited for anyone in IT who has recently assumed
deW 101 (hours: 240) $1,495 This program teaches the basics of project management responsibilities, anyone who is
management and includes preparation for the managing IT professionals, or anyone who wants a
pharmacy technician Project Management Professional national basic and introductory perspective on some of the
This online program will teach the skills needed to certification exam. Textbook and exam prep unique issues facing the management of IT
gain employment as Pharmacy Technician in either included. professionals. In this program, the focus is on
the hospital or retail setting. All materials included. deW 105 (hours: 40) $1,395 developing a successful leadership style that
deW 102 (hours: 300) $1,895 facilitates team-building, collaboration, and a

Veterinary assistant
internet, deSign, corporate culture that promotes success.
deW 115 (hours: 390) $1,995
This online program will prepare you for an and teChniCal
exciting new career as a veterinary assistant by
teaching you the essential skills of a veterinary prograMS green BUilding
assistant. Textbooks included.
principles of green Buildings
deW 103 (hours: 240) $1,695 autoCad 2009
This course, developed and written in partnership
This online program will teach you the skills with nationally recognized building science experts
administrative Medical Specialist with needed to create and edit simple drawings and from Advanced Energy of North Carolina, is
Medical Billing and Coding gradually introduces more advanced AutoCAD designed to teach an individual in the building,
This online program will give you the skills you skills. AutoCAD 2009 student software and remodeling, or trade industry the principles they
need to find the job YOU are looking for as an textbook included! must know to make buildings perform more
Administrative Medical Specialist (AMS); it also deW 106 (hours: 150) $1,895 efficiently, as well as to help prepare individuals for
provides preparation for the Certified Coding various NATE, NARI, BPI, RESNET, and other
Associate (CCA) national certification exam. Webmaster industry credentials for green building. This course
deW 110 (hours: 300) $1,895       This online Webmaster program begins by teaching is NATE recognized for 28 CEUs applicable to
simple web page development and progresses by NATE recertification. Materials are included.
Medical Billing and Coding introducing new concepts by involving you in active deW 116 (hours: 30) $495
This nationally recognized Medical Billing and web page implementation using HTML and
Coding online training certificate program is Dynamic HTML. Textbook included.
designed to prepare students to fill positions for deW 107 (hours: 150) $1,695
medical coding and billing professionals.
deW 112 (hours: 240) $1,495   Search engine optimization
Search engine optimizers increase their company’s
Web site traffic by improving its search-engine
page rankings. This 3-part program will teach you
how to tailor your website to achieve better
search engine ranking, incorporate dynamic
technology and Flash, and make the most of your
website content.
deW 113 (hours: 150) $1,395

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Community education
Credit-free Workshops: to register and pay online go to www.gcc.mass.edu/shopcreditfree/ or call (413) 775-1803.

registration information online ed2go


for ed2go online Courses
our instructor-facilitated online courses
take your workshops from the convenience of your home or office this Summer!
are informative, fun, convenient, and highly For course offerings and full descriptions of all ed2go courses, please visit
interactive. our instructors are famous for http://www.ed2go.com/greenfieldcc and click on “courses.” There you will find listings for
their ability to create warm and hundreds of affordable workshops for business and pleasure.
supportive communities of learners.
All courses run for six weeks (with a two- each course is $95 unless otherwise indicated.
week grace period at the end). Courses are
project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes,
hands-on assignments, discussion areas,
Category titleS
supplementary links, and more. You can • accounting • languages
complete any of these courses entirely from
your home, office, or laptop and at any time of • arts • law and legal
the day or night.
• Basic Computer literacy • personal enrichment
how to get Started:
• Business and Management • personal finance
1. Visit our Online Instruction Center:
www.ed2go.com/greenfieldcc • Business Writing • pr networking and Security
2. Click the Courses link and follow the • Children, parents and family • publishing
instructions to enroll and pay for your
course. You will also be provided an • Computer application • Sales & Marketing
opportunity to choose the name and • Creative Writing • Start your own Business
password you will use to access your
course. During orientation, you will learn • database Management • teaching and education
important information about your course. • digital photography • test prep
3. Registration with GCC must be completed
before you can access your course on the • grant Writing & nonprofit Management • the internet
start date. You will not be verified into the • graphics and Multimedia design • Veterinary
course until you have completed
registrations at BOTH Ed2go and GCC. • health and Wellness • Web and Computer programming
Upon registration, you will receive in the • health Care
mail further information about the delivery
of online courses. • Job Search
4. On the start date of your course, return to
our Online Instruction Center and click the
Classroom link. To begin your studies, MoSt popUlar CoUrSeS taken in Spring 2010
simply log in with the name and password
you selected during registration. • Creating Web pages • Beginning Writer's Workshop
Start dates: • accounting fundamentals • project Management fundamentals
A new section of every course in this • Medical terminology: • introduction to SQl
catalog will begin on the following dates: a Word association approach • introduction to CSS and XhtMl
September 15 Section 2
• introduction to Microsoft excel 2007 • introduction to Microsoft Word 2007
October 20 Section 3
November 10 Section 4 • Speed Spanish • discover digital photography
December 8 Section 6 • a to z grant Writing • Secrets of Better photography
requirements: • explore a Career in Medical Coding
All courses require Internet access, e-mail,
• introduction to Microsoft excel 2003
Netscape Navigator, or Microsoft Internet • grammar refresher • Computer Skills for the Workplace
Explorer. Some courses may have additional • human anatomy and physiology
requirements. Please visit our Online
Instruction Center for more information. • intermediate Microsoft excel 2007
to register during normal business hours call • gre preparation - part 1
(413) 775-1803. you will find additional
registration information on mailing, faxing or (Verbal and analytical)
dropping off your registration at the back of
this Course guide.
Visit our online instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/greenfieldcc

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VeSi–professional development for educators


These are CD-ROM-based or online courses designed and taught by top professionals. You will have telephone
access to your instructor during “office hours” and e-mail access with guaranteed 24-hour response time.
When you successfully complete your course, you can print out a certificate for your files. VESi’s mission is to
help educators and business professionals with their ongoing professional development needs. Check our web
site www. gcc.mass.edu for the most up-to-date listings. To register, call (413) 775-1803 or register and pay online
at www.gcc.mass.edu/shopcreditfree/. For questions call (413) 775-1803 or email chastney@gcc.mass,edu.

All courses in this section are


30 contact hours/PDPs:
Child abuse: Working with abused and
neglected Children©
CSW 775-2 $169
attention deficit disorder: information &
interventions for effective teaching© All courses in this section are
CSW 778-2 $169 45 contact hours/PDPs:
Violence in Schools: identification, prevention, Behavior is language: Strategies for Managing
and intervention Strategies© disruptive Behavior©
CSW 779-2 $169 CSW 776-2 $195
drugs & alcohol in School: Understanding learning disabilities: practical information for
Substance Use & abuse© Classroom teachers©
CSW 782-2 $169 CSW 781-2 $195 CoMMUnity
autism & asperger’s disorder: information &
effective intervention Strategies
Understanding aggression: Coping with
aggressive Behavior in the Classroom©
partnerS
CSW 784-2 $169 CSW 789-2 $195
talented and gifted Working with high achievers© reading fundamentals #3: the elements of
CSW 788-2 $169 effective reading instruction & assessment©
traumatized Child: the effects of Stress, trauma CSW 756-2 $195
& Violence on Student learning©
CSW 792-2 $169
advanced Classroom Management: Children as
Change agents©
CSW 793-2 $169
VeSi System requirements
educational assessment: assessing Student These computer-based software courses are
learning in the Classroom© designed to be run from the compact disc
(CD) and only save user data on the hard
CSW 794-2 $169
drive of your Macintosh or Windows
teaching diversity: influences and issues in the computer. Construction
Classroom©
CSW 780-2 $169 Macintosh User Requirements: Supervisor training
inclusion: Working with Special needs Students • System OS 9.x or OS 10.x
• A color monitor Classes begin october 19, 2010.
in Mainstream Classroom© • At least 256 MB of RAM
CSW 786-2 $169 6:30 pm-10:00 pm,
• At least 5 MB of available hard drive space
• Access to a printer
one night per week for 7 weeks.
infant and toddler Mental health: issues &
information for educators© PC User Requirements: to regiSter
CSW 749-2 $169 • Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional or Call:
reading fundamentals #1: an introduction to Newer (800) 221-0578 (inside Massachusetts)
Scientifically-based research© • A color monitor (978) 821-2093 (outside Massachusetts)
CSW 753-2 $169 • At least 256 MB of RAM
• At least 5 MB of available hard drive space email: www.contractorssuccess.com
reading fundamentals #2: laying the • Access to a printer
foundation for effective reading instructions© address:
CSW 754-2 $169 Construction Supervisor Training
57 Riverbend Street
harassment, Bullying & Cyber-intimidation in Schools©
Athol, MA 01331
CSW 783-2 $169

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Community education

pioneer Valley inStitUte—fall prograMS 2010


Bringing programs, exhibits, field trips and workshops to the public since 1989.
Resources designed to explore the rich and unique character of the Connecticut River Valley—its past, present and future.

the pioneer Valley institute’s programs highlight regional exploring little tom: annUal Meeting
history, literature, art and architecture, folklore, cultures,
political and environmental issues. We welcome co- dikes, Sills & lava flows
sponsors for many of our programs.
the Coming of the train: part two
geologists richard little and Steve Winters
email us at pvi@gcc.mass.edu. Wed., nov 17, 7:00 p.m., Sloan theater,
Sat., Sept 25, 10 a.m. rain date: Sun., the 26th gCC’s Main Campus. (there will be a brief
fall programs—2010 Geologists Richard Little and Steve Winters will lead business meeting at 6:30 before the main
the hike which is co-sponsored by the PVI, The presentation.) free and open to the public
Please call 413.775.1671 (voicemail: leave your Trustees of Reservations and Mass Audubon. Cost is
name and address slowly and clearly) and we will $10, $5 for PVI members, kids under 12, $2. You may Brian Donelson, author of The Coming of the Train: The
send you a booklet of our spring programs or become a member at the program. Meet at the Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington and Deerfield River Railroads
download the information from our website yellow gate on Mountain Park Access Rd. and the Industries They Served and an outstanding
www.gcc.mass.edu/pvi. All programs are announced speaker will discuss the most recent information he has
Did you know that Mt Tom has a “little brother?”
through the local newspapers and PVI members discovered on the history of our local railroads and the
Although maps don’t always call the small 600 ft peak
will receive a brochure early in the winter and towns and industries they served.
east of Mt Tom Little Tom, local nature lovers have a
announcement postcards throughout the spring. special place in their hearts for Big Tom’s diminutive His second volume of the series is well underway
sibling. Join PVI and the owner of Little Tom,The and will include a great deal about the development
We continue to offer the Valley’s only varied series
Trustees of Reservations, to explore this little and little- of the upper Deerfield’s hydro-electric resources by
of workshops, exhibits, field trips and lectures
known geologic wonder of the Mt.Tom Range. the New England Power Company and the
relating to the Connecticut River Valley. All the
View dramatic exposures of lava, volcanic ash, and important part that the Hoosac Tunnel &
programs sponsored or co-sponsored by PVI are Wilmington and Deerfield River Railroads played.
open to the public at a modest cost. possible igneous sills and dikes that fed the volcanism
that built the Holyoke Range over 200 million years He will also present new information about logging
Our ANNUAL MEETING, held in late November ago. Then, proceed to The Trustees’ nearby Dinosaur in the Searsburg and Somerset regions, including
or early December, features a topic of particular Footprints Reservation, along Rte 5—an excellent many pictures that few people have ever seen.
public interest. For example, past programs have place to study the ancient landscape and ecosystem
explored The Renaissance Community, New where dinosaurs once roamed. Depending on time We urge anyone fascinated by our local history,
England before European Settlement, Reading the and interest, the trip may continue on to the Mt.Tom concerned by the future direction of life in the Valley
Forested Landscape, and The Cummington Story. State Reservation and the great valley views from or entranced by the geology or biology of our river
Goat Peak. Bring a lunch if you wish. basin to join the Pioneer Valley Institute today! Here’s
Connecticut river Valley our handy sign-up form. We are extending our
special roll-back membership rate of just $5 for the
rock & fossil roadshow! fall into Windsor-Cornish 2010–2011 season—though we encourage those
Sat., oct 16 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. who wish to pay the full price.
Sat., aug 28, from 11:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m.
for more detailed information and to register, neW—you can now join or renew your
Calling all fossil fanatics, rock hounds, and dinosaur please call richard little at 413-527-8536 or membership with a credit card online at
lovers! The all-new Connecticut River Valley Rock & email him at rdlittle2000@aol.com. $50 pVi and gcc.mass.edu/pvi!
Fossil Roadshow will be held at the Great Falls dVaa members, $55 others. includes admissions
Discovery Center, 2 Ave A, Turners Falls, MA. Further and motor coach.
information will be posted on the web at Name ______________________________
Another great bus tour! Join PVI and our co-sponsor,
www.greatfallsma.org, or call 413-863-3221.
the Deerfield Valley Art Association (DVAA), for a
The Connecticut River Valley of Massachusetts is a journey into a most interesting and unique part of Address ____________________________
geologist’s heaven. Its Mesozoic strata, unusual in New the Connecticut Valley: the Windsor, VT - Cornish, __________________________________
England, hold not only the region’s rare dinosaur NH area. These small towns share the scenic
remains – in the form of fossil footprints – but also Connecticut River as it runs towards Mt. Ascutney. In Phone________________ Date ________
fish and plant fossils and such trace fossils as worm this bucolic setting there is an amazing history of
burrows, mud cracks, and ripple marks. Whether you artistic as well as industrial accomplishment. You will E-mail ______________________________
have a dinosaur track, a fish fossil, a plant fossil, have a chance to please both your left and right brain
mysterious marks or just plain weird, interesting, or hemispheres as we investigate three main topics:
Sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Painter Maxfield ___ Patron $100 & up ___ Institution $50
beautiful rocks, bring them on down to the Great
Falls Discovery Center, have them identified by a Parrish, and the American Precision Museum. ___ Sponsor $50 ___ Individual $20
scientist, and show them to like-minded souls. ___ Family $30 ___ Student/senior $10
Paleontologist Patrick Getty from the UConn will be
14th annual gem, Mineral and fossil
___ Rollback price $5
on hand to examine fossils and tell you something Show and Sale
about their history – how they were made and Sat., nov 13 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
preserved. Geologist Steve Winters will help you to greenfield high School, lenox ave Please enclose a check to PVI and mail to:
understand rock specimens you’re curious about – Pioneer Valley Institute at GCC
More than a dozen vendors display their rocks and
what minerals they contain and what geological 270 Main St, Downtown Center
minerals, gemstones and fossils, jewelry and fine art
forces created them. Local collector Ed Gregory will Greenfield MA 01301
in the school cafeteria and there are featured
show you special items from his personal collection
speakers. Videos, posters and books are for sale and (413) 775-1671 • pvi@gcc.mass.edu
of dinosaur footprints and other local fossils.
often there is a demonstration to the delight of kids.

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Community education
Credit-free Workshop registration form
regiStration line: (413) 775-1803
GCC Office of Community Education (413) 775-1605
Office of Work Force Development (413) 775-1607

Date: ___/___/____ Semester: Fall 2010

Have you previously attended GCC: ❏ Yes ❏ No Gender: ❏ Male ❏ Female

My name at that time was: ______________________________________________________________

Name: ______________________________________________________________________________

Date of Birth (required): _____ / _____ / _____ Student ID ______________________________

Address: ____________________________________________________________________________

City: ___________________________________________ State: _____________ Zip: ______________

Home Phone: ______________________________ Work Phone: ______________________________

Cell Phone: ________________________________ Email: ____________________________________

CODE __________________ TITLE __________________________PRICE ________________________

CODE __________________ TITLE __________________________PRICE ________________________

CODE __________________ TITLE __________________________PRICE ________________________

Payment method: Check (payable to GCC )

For Credit Card Purchase please call Karen Chastney at (413) 775-1803.
Please return this registration form with payment to:
Greenfield Community College
Community Education
One College Drive
Greenfield, MA 01301
ATTN: KAREN

❏ 3rd PARTY BILL INFO: ________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

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general information–Credit
4 easy Steps to enrolling
in Credit Classes at gCC!
1. decide if you should complete an application for admission or
only a registration form:
• You complete an application for admission if you intend on applying for financial aid
and/or want to complete a degree at GCC.
• You complete only a registration form if want to take classes at GCC but do not
intend on applying for financial aid or completing a degree at GCC.
To apply on-line, determine if you are completing the correct type of application, or
for more detailed information about the application process visit
www.gcc.mass.edu/admission or call (413) 775-1801.

2. Complete a free application for federal financial aid (fafSa) at


www.fafsa.gov. to determine if you are eligible for state and/ or
federal grants, loans, work study or other scholarship money to
help pay for your education.
For detailed information of financial aid visit www.gcc.mass.edu/financial_aid or call
(413) 775-1109

3. Make an appointment to take placement tests in reading,


english and math if:
• You have never taken ACCUPLACER placement tests at GCC or another
Massachusetts community college.

• You have not taken college level English and passed with a C or better at
another college.

• You have not taken a college level math course and passed with a C or better in
the last five years.

• You have not taken the ACCUPLACER math test within the last five years.

For detailed information on placement testing or to make an appointment to take your


tests visit www.gcc.mass.edu/offices/testing or call (413) 775-1147.

4. Make an appointment to meet with an advisor and register for


classes in the academic advising Center.
For information on registration visit www.gcc.mass.edu/advising
or call (413) 775-1339 to make an appointment.

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general information–Credit
admission requirements course must have been within the last five In addition, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
years); provides tuition waivers at public colleges and
for degree or • they are taking courses on an audit basis and universities for eligible veterans and current
certificate programs not for credit. members of the active armed services stationed
and residing in Massachusetts who meet the other
Admission to a degree or certificate program You may take placement tests by appointment
requirements. Those seeking to use this waiver
requires a high school diploma, a G.E.D., or only. Please call the Testing Center at (413) 775-
should confer with the Veteran’s Affairs
successfully passing a federally approved Ability-to- 1147 or (413) 775-1821 to make an appointment.
Coordinator before enrollment. You must provide
Benefit Test. We do not require entrance Those for whom their first language is not English, proof of eligibility and complete the required
examinations such as SATs or ACTs. The college should call (413) 775-1226 or 775-1840 for paperwork.
requires a placement test of anyone who has not assistance with skills assessments. Students who
completed previous college work in selected Members of the Selected Reserve may be eligible
believe their assessment scores do not reflect their
English composition or mathematics courses. to receive financial assistance for fees from the
level of skill should contact the Testing Center at
ARNG. Contact your Education Officer prior to
Health Occupations programs hold monthly (413) 775-1147 to discuss their options and to
the beginning of class to apply for benefits.
informational meetings to describe entrance arrange for a retest.
requirements to the RN, LPN, Massage Therapy, NOTE: This is a tuition waiver program only; fees
and Paramedic programs. All meetings are held at are you eligible for financial aid? are the responsibility of the student.
the Downtown Center, 270 Main Street, with the Many of the students attending Greenfield * Additional individual course fees may apply.
exception of the LPN, which are held at the VA Community College receive financial aid. Financial
Medical Center in Leeds. Dates can be found at aid funds originate from federal, state, institutional,
College immunization law
www.gcc.mass.edu/academics/healthocc/schedule.html private, and community resources. Those Greenfield Community College, in compliance with
Several other academic programs limit their resources carry certain requirements and the College Immunization Law, Chapter 76 Section
enrollment or have different requirements. If you have obligations on the part of the college and the 5C of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, has
questions, ask one of our admission representatives. students. Your particular academic program and adopted the following immunization policy: All full-
enrollment status may have an impact on your time students (enrolled in 12 or more credits), all
Matriculation financial aid award, such as full-time vs. part-time or full-time and part-time health occupation and
Matriculation means formal admission into a repeated courses. Only matriculated students are international students, must provide the Health
degree or certificate program. Only matriculated eligible for federal and state financial aid. Students Services Office with documentation of immunity to
students are eligible to be considered for financial must complete the Free Application for Federal specified communicable diseases. Failure to comply
aid and graduation. To matriculate: Student Aid so we may determine your eligibility. with these requirements will jeopardize enrollment,
1. Call us (413-775-1801) or stop by for an You may wish to review some of the local outside receipt of grade reports, transcripts, etc. Medical
admission application. Return the completed scholarship opportunities listed on the GCC and religious exemptions are allowed. For a list of
application to the Office of Admission, N219, Financial Aid web site current requirements, or assistance in meeting
Main Building, Main Campus. You may also http://www.gcc.mass.edu/media/docs/finaid/ immunization requirements, visit or call the Health
apply online at www.gcc.mass.edu/admission/ . outsidescholarships.pdf. Services Office, North Modular, Main Campus,
2. If you are accepted into a degree or certificate (413) 775-1430.
please note: Financial aid awards do not
program and would like to receive transfer
credit for previous successful college work that
necessarily cover all college tuition, fees, and other notice of nondiscrimination
costs associated with attending college. In addition,
may be applied to your program of study, It is the policy of Greenfield Community College
students are advised to have a budget plan to
official transcript(s) must be sent directly from to prohibit unlawful discrimination on the basis of
ensure that they have sufficient funds pending
those institutions to our Office of Admission. race, ancestry, color, gender, religion, ethnic or
receipt of their financial aid award at mid-semester.
After evaluation you will receive written national origin, age, personal disability, veteran
notification of those courses/credits applicable Please refer to the 2010–2011 Catalog for specific status, social class or sexual orientation. The college
to your program. details of eligibility and programs, or contact the operates under an affirmative action plan and
Financial Aid Office which is located on the second encourages underrepresented individuals to apply,
NOTE: It is not necessary to matriculate to take floor of the North Building, Main Campus,
courses at Greenfield Community College if you both in terms of employment and to all the rights,
(413) 775-1109. privileges, programs and activities generally
do not intend to seek a degree, certificate, or
financial aid. Veterans and accorded or made available to its students. This
policy is in compliance with all applicable federal,
placement assessment Selected reserve information state, and local statutes, ordinances, and regulations.
(for credit courses only) The college is approved by the Veterans All inquiries concerning the above should be
Administration for attendance by veterans eligible directed to the Dean of Student and Academic
Most students are required to complete reading,
for VA Educational Assistance or the VA Affairs at (413) 775-1816, N203, Main Building,
writing, and mathematics assessments before
Rehabilitation Program. This applies to students Main Campus.
registering for their first credit course. This
taking courses during the day, evening or summer.
assessment helps to ensure academic success by in-State tuition eligibility
placing students in appropriate courses. Students If you are a veteran of the United States armed
may be exempt from skills assessment if: services, or if you are a dependent of a deceased For the purpose of assessing tuition and fees, each
• they have completed the assessment process or disabled veteran, you may be eligible for federal student shall be classified as a “Massachusetts
at GCC within the last year; veterans educational assistance benefits. For resident” or a “Non-Massachusetts resident.” At the
additional information, contact our Veteran’s Affairs Community Colleges, a person shall be classified as
• they have successfully completed an
Coordinator in the Financial Aid Office, N202B, a Massachusetts resident if he or she (or the
appropriate course in English composition
Main Building, or call (413) 775-1102. parent of an unemancipated student) shall have
and/or mathematics at another college (a math

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general information–Credit
Massachusetts in-State figure 1: Massachusetts resident tuition and fee Charges
tuition eligibility form for Credit Courses
All students must complete the Tuition Eligibility
form on page 50 of this course guide. Refer to Charge Basis Rate Day Rate Evening
pages 20-21 for details. Summer/Intersession
Tuition* Per Credit $26.00* $26.00
Registration Fee Per Semester $20.00 $20.00
resided in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts College Service Fee Per Credit $130.50 $130.50
for purposes other than attending an educational Health Service Fee Per Semester $11.00 $0.00
institution (including a private educational Student Activity Fee Per Semester $30.00 $0.00
institution) for six months immediately preceding
the student’s entry or reentry as a student. The other fees may apply
Massachusetts Board of Higher Education has * NEBHE day tuition is $39 per credit; this is a special rate for qualifying New England
adopted this policy for tuition classification residents. Out-of-state day tuition is $281 per credit. The college offers no reduction in
purposes, effective July 1st, 2007. The burden of tuition and fees for auditing a course. Credit-free courses are priced individually.
proof rests on the student seeking classification as tuition and fees are subject to change with the Board of trustees approval.
a Massachusetts resident.

tuition Waivers
For those students who are eligible for a tuition
how your fees are Used refunds for Credit Courses
waiver, the College requires a completed tuition registration fee: The registration fee is used to A full refund is given if a credit course is cancelled
waiver form. The form must be presented at the help defray some of the administrative costs of by the College. Official withdrawal from a class by
time of registration. Proof of eligibility for the registration. the student before the semester begins (not before
waiver must be provided. No refunds will be College Service fee: The college service fee helps the specific class begins) results in a refund of all
made for failure to submit the proper waiver form pay for a variety of academic services, equipment, tuition and fees, except for a $20 registration fee.
in a timely manner. and supplies. Students must submit a signed add/drop form to
Generally, fees cannot be waived, except for senior health Service fee: The health service fee helps the Registrar’s Office within
citizens and certain college employees. Special pay for services provided to students through the • the first 10 days of fall and spring semesters,
Program fees are not waivable. College’s Health Services Office. • the first 3 days of intersession, or
Student activity fee: The student activity fee • the first 5 days of summer semesters
Senior Citizen Waivers supports a wide range of student activities offered to be eligible for the following refunds*:
Credit classes are generally available at no cost to by the college. These include concerts, movies,
senior citizens (over 60 years of age) who are Charge refund
dances, music productions, and clubs. Tuition – day classes 75%
Massachusetts residents and have not yet earned a
other fees: You may be charged other Tuition, evening, weekend,
bachelor's degree. (This policy excludes books and
miscellaneous fees which are used to cover specific intersession classes* 50%
some additional fees.) Senior citizens who are
costs such as program specific fees or returned Registration fee no refund
Massachusetts residents who have already earned
check fees. College Service Fee no refund
a bachelor's degree are generally eligible to enroll
in courses and have most of the course fees Health Service Fee no refund
waived. Enrollment as a senior citizen in courses is Withdrawals for Credit Courses Student Activity Fee no refund
on a "space-available" basis.  Since the College Formal withdrawal is required—failure to attend class * Refund deadlines will vary for classes that do not
cannot determine available seating until after the or notification to the instructor is insufficient. Failing to meet for the entire term.
posted registration period, senior citizens must follow the formal written withdrawal process will
NO REFUNDS ARE GIVEN AFTER THE END OF
register for classes on or after the day of the first result in a failing grade for the course and the
THE ABOVE NOTED REFUND PERIODS.
scheduled meeting. Senior citizens must show obligation to pay all charges. The student must
proof of eligibility and submit the required complete and submit a Withdrawal Form to the Credit cards are not automatically credited. If you
paperwork each semester. To determine if there is Registrar’s Office. The date of filing will determine wish to receive a credit card refund, you will need
room in a particular class, seniors should call (413) whether the student is to receive a refund. to contact the Bursar’s Office, and provide the
775-1801 on the day it is scheduled to meet first. If you need to withdraw from the College for credit card number that was originally used to pay
health reasons, you may request a medical the bill. Otherwise, the Bursar’s Office sends
Charges withdrawal by discussing your situation with the refund checks out by mail. Please allow 4 weeks
Your costs will vary depending upon your Coordinator of Health Services. A medical for processing your refund check.
individual circumstances. Your bill will reflect withdrawal requires the recommendation of the
charges based on the number of credits and type Coordinator of Health Services and the approval
of courses you take. The college has different fee of the Registrar.
charges for day, evening, summer, intersession
courses, and credit-free workshops (see Figure 1).
In addition, your residency status and miscellaneous
fees may impact the amount of the bill.

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payment Masspirg requesting an exception to
Students are required to pay tuition and fees Day students are automatically assessed a the College’s refund policy
approximately three to four weeks before classes $9 per semester voluntary contribution to the Students can request an exception to the
begin each semester. We recommend that you MassPIRG organization. You can waive this fee refund policy by sending a request in writing to
pay your bill by mail, and make your personal by completing the billing worksheet sent with the Associate Dean of Administrative Services.
check, bank check, or money order payable to your bill. Billing worksheets are also available for Exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis.
Greenfield Community College. Please do not download on the GCC web site and in the The request should contain enough
send cash. You may pay your bill in person at our Bursar’s Office, Main Campus, room N220. information to allow an examination of all
Bursar’s Office. We also accept payment by pertinent facts, and should include any
MasterCard, VISA and Discover Cards at the health insurance for Students applicable documentation that will strengthen
Bursar’s Office, Room N220, or on-line. As required by Massachusetts law, a student the request..
We are happy to introduce QuikPAY, our new enrolled in 9 or more credits in any certificate
or degree program must be covered by health Students should submit requests by postal mail
on-line payment system. to:
• Login with your student number to insurance. If you meet those criteria, you will be
“MyGCC” on the GCC home page, billed by the College for a health insurance Associate Dean of Administrative Services
http://www.gcc.mass.edu/ policy provided through an alliance of ATTN: Susan McCaffrey, Bursar
Massachusetts Community Colleges. If you are Greenfield Community College
• Select “Student”
One College Drive
• Select “Student Account” already enrolled in comparable health
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
• Select “Account Summary” insurance,you can waive the insurance charge
on your bill by completing an on-line waiver at Students may alternatively submit requests
• Click “Pay Account Balance” at the bottom
via e-mail to: appeals@gcc.mass.edu.
of the page. the start of the semester, at
• You will be transferred to QuikPAY to www.universityhealthplans.com/intro/MassCC.html. (If the request includes supporting
complete the transaction. The current insurance premium is $866 for documentation, send the request by postal
coverage from September 1 through August 31. mail.)
If someone else pays your bill, you can grant
them access to the QuikPAY website by creating Medical Withdrawals.
an “Authorized Payer” login and password for obligations to the 1. If a student is requesting an exception to
the refund policy based upon medical
them. The payer will receive an e-mail with a link College and “holds” reasons, any medical documentation should
to the QuickPAY website. You must provide your
Any outstanding financial or property or be sent directly to Donna Larson,
billing information to any “Authorized Payer” who
immunization obligation to the college will Coordinator of Health Services, and to no
will make payments on your behalf.
result in a “hold” preventing you from one else. A note (from a doctor, therapist,
You can also sign up for the GCC payment plan registering and receiving grades or transcripts. psychologist, e.g.) on letterhead stationery
for an additional $35 enrollment fee. Please satisfy any obligation(s) to the college to must accompany medical withdrawal
If you have any questions, call the Bursar’s Office avoid an interruption in your enrollment. requests. Please call Health Services for
at (413) 775-1301. further guidance on medical withdrawals, at
late payment fees: Students who do not pay
financial aid Withdrawal (413) 775-1432.
their account balance in full within 30 calendar Students withdrawing from the College may If a medical withdrawal is approved, the
days of the due date will automatically be have their financial aid payment adjusted to Coordinator of Health Services will notify
enrolled in GCC’s installment payment plan, reflect the actual percentage of time that they the Registrar. That documentation, along
and an enrollment charge of $35 will be have attended class or taken part in an with the original request, will become a
assessed. Students who have made educational activity. Financial aid students must part of the student’s record.
arrangements to pay their charges in contact the Financial Aid Office (North 202B; 2. When writing to the Associate Dean of
accordance with a written payment plan will be 413-775-1109) concerning the prorating of Administrative Services, the student should
charged $10.00 each month that they do not financial aid. indicate that a separate and distinct
meet the payment schedule. communication for a medical withdrawal
has been sent to the Coordinator of Health
Collection Charges: Students with an unpaid
Services. The student SHOULD NOT
balance at the end of each semester will be
include medical documentation to the
referred to the College’s collection agencies for
Dean when requesting an exception to the
further action. Additionally, your account may
refund policy.
be turned over to the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts Debt Intercept Program non-medical Withdrawals
(intercepts state tax refunds, e.g.). All additional Documentation for other (non-medical)
collection costs are the responsibility of the reasons should be mailed to the address
above, or e-mailed to Susan McCaffrey at
account holder. appeals@gcc.mass.edu, along with an
explanation of the reason(s) for the request.
At the same time, students should feel free to
copy their communication to Associate Dean
Tim Braim at braim@gcc.mass.edu.

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greenfield Community College–associate degree and Certificate programs
associate of arts degree associate of Science degree Certificate programs
• Business administration transfer (Bat) • accounting (aCC) • digital Media (dMe)
• liberal arts • art/fine art (afa) • early Childhood education (leC) ➃
you may focus on one of the following options • art/fine art • entrepeneurship (ent)
(your diploma will read “liberal arts”) Masstransfer option (afC) • environmental Studies/
• American Studies (LAS) • art/Media arts (aMp) natural resources (nrC)
• Art (LAA)
• art/Media arts • human Services (hSV)
• Computer Science (LCS)
• Computer Science Applications (LCA) Masstransfer option (aMC) • office assistant (off)
• Dance (LAD) • Computer information Systems (CiS) • outdoor leadership (olp) ➄
• Economics (LES) • Criminal Justice (CrJ) ➀ • paramedic (pMC) ➅
• Education (LEO) • Criminal Justice • practical nursing-l.p.n. (pnC) ➆
• English (LAE) Masstransfer option (CJC) ➀ • real estate (rSt)
• Environmental Studies/ Natural Resources (LEN)
• Food Science (LFO) • early Childhood education • renewable energy/energy efficiency (ree)
• Gender and Women’s Studies (LGW) Masstransfer option (eCe) ➁ • Web development and design (Wdd)
• Healing Arts (LHA) • engineering Science (egS)
• Health Science (LAH) • fire Science technology (fSt)
programs in Collaboration with
• Hospitality and Tourism Management (LHT) • Management (Man) neighboring Community Colleges
• Human Services (LHS)
• International Studies (LIS)
• Marketing (Mkt) • physical therapist assistant
• Math-Science (LMO) • nursing (nUr) ➂ • radiologic technology program
• Music (LMU) • occupational technology (oCC)
• Peace, Justice and Environmental Studies (LPE) • office Management (oMn)
• Renewable Energy/ Energy Efficiency (LRE)
• Science-Math Education (LSM)
• Social Sciences (LSS )
• Theater (LAT) ➀ Quinn Bill approved by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education
➁ Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children
➂ Accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission
➃ Program not eligible for federal and state financial assistance
➄ Accredited by the Association for Experiential Education
➅ Accredited by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Office for Emergency Medical Services (OEMS)
➆ Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration for Nursing

Greenfield Community College is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (CIHE) of the
New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and our accreditation has been reaffirmed most recently in March 2001.

learning Community for fall 2010


Learning Communities offer students the opportunity for a rich educational experience. Enrolling in one of these
team-taught interdisciplinary offerings with assignments that focus on a common theme has several benefits:
1. Develop a personal sense of community with other students and faculty while building a social and
academic community;
2. Make relationships between subject matter by connecting learning across courses;
3. Further your education through active learning and class participation;
4. Satisfy liberal arts requirements.
Spanish language and College reading Strategies (8 credits)
Students learn the reading and study strategies necessary to be successful in college while learning to
communicate in Spanish across cultures. Books, poetry, articles, films, and other course material focus on
the Latino experience.
This learning community offers students a unique opportunity to begin their academic careers in a
bilingual setting. Research indicates that second language study reinforces the developmental process in
both languages.
For students who hope to transfer to a four-year institution, this option is a particularly good choice, as it
allows them to start a future language requirement here at GCC in a supportive learning community.

COL 090-C College Reading Strategies


Tuesday & Thursday, 10:00-11:40 a.m., Kelly
SPA 101-D Elementary Spanish I
Tuesday & Thursday, 12:30-2:45 p.m., Gifford
Students must enroll in both classes.

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internet Support online learning
for gCC Courses From the GCC home page or at
Some courses have web-based components
such as postings of course materials, assign- http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology
ments, or threaded discussions on a course
website. All of these components are easily What to expect from fully-online and hybrid Courses
accessed from GCC computers or off-site. All fully-online and hybrid courses are offered through Blackboard, our learning management system.
Information related to web-based components While these courses offer flexibility, they are not self-paced. Students may be expected to submit
will be provided by your instructor. weekly assignments and participate in weekly discussions. Course expectations will be outlined in the
syllabus. Most students spend approximately 12-15 hours a week participating and completing assigned
work in each online course. Students in these courses should log onto Blackboard at least once a day.

Massachusetts College of Student responsibility in fully-online Courses


Students registered for a GCC class automatically receive a student email account. This account is
art and design Classes used for all college-related correspondence. Log onto your GCC student email account the week
at gCC for fall 2010 before class starts to receive important information about your online class. Your instructor may
contact you as well. Students are responsible for checking their GCC email on a daily basis.
The Massachusetts College of Art and
Design (MassArt), in collaboration with accessing your gCC Student email and Blackboard accounts from the
Greenfield Community College (GCC), gCC home page: www.gcc.mass.edu
offers Bachelor of Fine Arts level classes
at GCC.
User name: last name first initial of first name Last 4 digits of student ID (no spaces)
For more information about the courses password: your GCC student ID number (the entire number)
contact Professor Emeritus Budge Hyde, Note:Your student ID number can be found on your tuition bill or course schedule.
hyde@gcc.mass.edu, budgehyde@verizon.net,
(413) 775-3005, or Professor Tom Young, gCC email address: last name first initial of first name Last 4 digits of student ID (no spaces)
@stuemail.gcc.mass.edu
young@gcc.mass.edu, (413) 775-1239.
Example: Amanda Smith; Student ID number, 00971234
Enrollment: Please call Mass College of Art Email Address: smitha1234@stuemail.gcc.mass.edu
& Design, Division of Continuing Education
log onto gCC Student email and Blackboard accounts:
at (617) 879-7200 or go to online
User Name: smitha1234
registration at: www.massart.edu.
Password: 00971234
fa370 imaginative drawing 3 cr
Non-traditional approaches to drawing, For technical assistance accessing your GCC student email, please contact:
including working from dream imagery, Robin Howard, 775-1356, howard@gcc.mass.edu (days)
inventing realities, exploring abstraction, creating
Diane Franklin, 775-1367, franklin@gcc.mass.edu (nights)
new tools to draw with, and experimenting
with mixed media. Verne Richardson, 775-1368, verne@gcc.mass.edu
Prerequisites: Completion of two college level
drawing/painting courses. Begin or advance your career in the rapidly growing green economy?
Mpph374 photo: documentary 3 cr
Liberal Arts option in Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency
This advising option combines the 28-credit RE/EE certificate program, developed in 2008, with courses
Production of a single, coherent body of work that satisfy the Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts Degree. The option provides students with:
that documents a specific theme or idea. • The knowledge and skills needed for entry level employment opportunities in the renewable
Proposals are initiated and discussed in first energy/energy efficiency field
class; subsequent classes follow progress. The • An expanded understanding of specific renewable energy/energy efficiency technologies, like green
course includes related readings, discussions, design and construction, photovoltaic, solar thermal and wind technology and maintenance, and
and slide presentations. energy auditing and energy upgrade retrofitting
Prerequisite: ART 252 or Permission of the • A broad understanding of the scientific, economic, and political context of the industry
Instructor. • The knowledge and skills needed for continued learning and education in the field with coursework
geared toward transfer requirements for a baccalaureate degree program. (Note: Greenfield
Refer to page 31 for course meeting Community College’s Associate Degree in Liberal Arts is accepted fully in transfer to all other state
colleges and Universities as well as most other area colleges.)
information.
For more information refer to:
www.gcc.mass.edu/departments/science/renewable_energy.html

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online learning Classes for Students
enrolled into developmental
Fall 2010 Fully-Online Courses english Courses
A fully-online course generally offers 80%-100% of online instruction. Students who place into eng 090 and Col 090 can
ADM 122-2 Introduction to Medical Terminology, dodge@gcc.mass.edu also take courses from the list below during fall 2010:
ADM 096 Keyboarding for Information Processing
ANT 104-2 Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States and the Global Systems, vouros@gcc.mass.edu CIS 110 Introduction to Computers
BIO 130-2 Human Nutrition, sheldonl@gcc.mass.edu DAN 101 Introduction to Dance
CIS 140-D Microcomputer Software Tools I, wilkins@gcc.mass.edu DAN 102 Pilates Mat Work
DAN 103 Jazz Dance I
CIS 141-2 Microcomputer Software Tools II, wilkins@gcc.mass.edu DAN 104➁ Jazz Dance II
CIS 145-2 Relational Database Design and Application, schilling@gcc.mass.edu DAN 105 African Dance I
DAN 107 Ballet I
CIS 150-2 Programming Principles and Concepts, wilkins@gcc.mass.edu DAN 108➁ Ballet II
EDU 101-2 Introduction to Early Child Education, sartzc@gcc.mass.edu DAN 111 Modern Dance I
DAN 112➁ Modern Dance II
ENG 105-4 English Composition I: The Impact of Language, poulins@gcc.mass.edu DAN 116 Middle Eastern Dance I
ENG 116-C English Composition II: Analysis of Literature and Film, kearnst@gcc.mass.edu DAN 117➁ Middle Eastern Dance II
DAN 183 Ballroom Dancing: American Smooth
ENG 248-A Women in Literature, monahan@gcc.mass.edu Style
GGY 101-2 Introduction to Geography, lallymichael@gcc.mass.edu DAN 184 Ballroom Dancing: Latin Style
PCS 141-B Interpersonal Communication, morin@gcc.mass.edu DAN 203➁ Jazz Dance III
DAN 204 ➁ Jazz Dance IV
POL 101-2 American Politics, omearar@gcc.mass.edu DAN 207➁ Ballet III
DAN 208 ➁ Ballet IV
PSY 101-H Principles of Psychology, garveya@gcc.mass.edu
DAN 211➁ Modern Dance III
PSY 101-I Principles of Psychology, wiley@gcc.mass.edu DAN 212 ➁ Modern Dance IV
PSY 217-B Human Growth and Development, tierneyj@gcc.mass.edu DAN 216➁ Middle Eastern Dance III
DAN 217 ➁ Middle Eastern Dance IV
SOC 101-E Principles of Sociology, daubek@gcc.mass.edu EVS 150 The 24-hour Outdoor Personal
Growth Experience
EVS 154 Exploring Ecological Consciousness
EVS 155 Introduction to Sustainable Energy: Solar
Living
Fall 2010 Hybrid Courses FRE 102 Elementary French II
FRE 202 ➁ Intermediate French II
A hybrid course generally offers 50%-79% of online instruction, reducing but not eliminating some ➁
FRE 257 French Film and Language II
of the face-to-face classroom time. HUD 114 College Success
HUD 117 Managing Stress
CIS 140-C Microcomputer Software Tools I, wilkins@gcc.mass.edu HUD 127 Survey of Health Careers
HUM 110 Media Literacy: The World of
HUD 127-10 Survey of Health Careers, dodge@gcc.mass.edu Advertising
PSY 217-C Human Growth and Development, tierneyj@gcc.mass.edu LAT 101 Elementary Latin I
LED 156 Principles of Weight Training
LED 157 Aerobics
LED 158 ➁ Advanced Aerobics
Please refer to the credit course section for additional course information and start date. LED 162➁ Principles of Weight Training II
Also, the instructor email address is provided with each course listed above. LED 167 Introductory Tae Kwon Do I (Karate)
LED 168➁ Introductory Tae Kwon Do II (Karate)
LED 170 Gentle Yoga
LED 171 Yoga
LED 172 Self-Defense for Women
health occupations information Meetings MAT 090 Basic Mathematics Skills
MAT 094 ➀➁ Preparatory Course for Algebra
The schedule of informational meetings for Health Occupation programs can be found at MAT 105➀➁ Introductory Algebra
www.gcc.mass.edu/programs/healthoccupations/. MUS 111 Chorus
MUS 130 Applied Music
For additional questions, call the Office of Admission at (413) 775-1802. MUS 150 African Percussion Ensemble
MUS 230 Applied Music
SCI 110 Sustainable Energy Fundamentals
SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I
trying to start your own business? SPA 102 ➁ Elementary Spanish II
SPA 124 Spanish for Health Professionals
The Entrepreneurship Certificate is an intensive approach to starting a new business or jump- SPA 133 Spanish for Law Enforcement
SPA 163 Spanish for Firefighters
starting an existing one. The 28-credit certificate includes courses designed to strengthen the SPA 201 ➁ Intermediate Spanish I
strategic, financial, marketing, and technological capabilities of the aspiring business owner. SPA 202 ➁ Intermediate Spanish II
SPA 257➁ Spanish Film and Language II
Students will receive credit for undertaking a practical project designed for their specific THE 113 Fundamentals of Acting
business. Non-traditional students and existing business owners are encouraged! For more ➀ Requires math placement by examination
information contact Business Department Chair Thom Simmons at (413) 775-1482. ➁ Has a prerequisite of another course on this list

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fall 2010 Courses Classes at looking for a


Meeting the UMass Social SMith College late-start course?
and Cultural diversity in northampton try one of these
requirement BIO 108-14 Human Systems ENG 101-K English Composition I:
Tuesday, 6:00pm - 8:50pm Expository Writing,
Students who transfer to the University without meets 9/9 - 12/22
BIO 130-14 Human Nutrition
completing the Commonwealth Transfer Compact SCI 110-2 Sustainable Energy
Tuesday, 6:15pm - 9:05pm
will have to complete one course at UMass that Fundamental
focuses on diversity in the United States and one BUS 111-14 Contemporary Business World
Thursday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm meets 9/13 - 10/04
that focuses on global diversity. Courses may also DAN 183-2 Ballroom Dance:
meet similar requirements at other schools to ECO 102-14 Principles of Microeconomics
American Smooth
which students may transfer. Thursday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm
meets 9/14- 10/26
AHS 101 Art History Survey I ENG 103-14 English Composition I: PSY 101-G Principles of Psychology
ANT 104 Cultural Anthropology: Tribes, States and Purposes and Technique of meets 9/14 - 12/19
the Global System Prose ESL 110-A ESL Computer Training
DAN 105➀ African Dance I Tuesday, 6:00pm - 9:50pm meets 9/17 - 10/29
DAN 116➀ Middle Eastern Dance I ENG 204-14 American Literature II EVS 154-10 Exploring Ecological Consciousness
DAN 117 Middle Eastern Dance II Thursday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm meets 10/12 - 10/17
DAN 216 Middle Eastern Dance III HUD 127-14 Survey of Health Careers EVS 155-10 Introduction to Sustain Energy
DAN 217 Middle Eastern Dance IV Thursday, 6:00pm - 8:50pm meets 10/19 - 11/01
ENG 219 Ethnic Literature POL 101-14 American Politics LED 158-A Advanced Aerobics
HIS 129 Introduction to Modern Africa Tuesday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm meets 10/26 - 12/16
HIS 131 Women in American History
SCI 119-2 Introduction to Global Warming,
PSY 101-14 Principles of Psychology meets 10/11 - 11/08
HUM 119 Women in the Pioneer Valley Thursday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm
PSY 277-10 Psychology of Death and Dying
HUM 150 The Lively Arts PSY 209 14 Abnormal Psychology meets 10/16 - 11/14
MUS 102 Jazz Eras and Styles Tuesday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm LED 168-A Introduction Tae Kwon Do II (Karate)
MUS 150 African Percussion Ensemble SOC 101-14 Principles of Sociology meets 10/26 - 12/16
PHI 110 Eastern Religions Thursday, 6:30pm - 9:20pm LED 162-A Principles of Weight Training II
PHI 204 Issues in Ethics and Social Philosophy meets 10/27 - 12/16
SPA 101-14 Elementary Spanish I
PSY 225 Psychology of Women DAN 184-2 Ballroom Dance: Latin Style
Tues. & Thurs, 6:30pm - 8:45pm
SOC 101 Principles of Sociology meets 11/02 - 12/14
SOC 106 Social Inequality SCI 118-2 Greenhouse Gas Assessment
SOC 201 Social Problems Courses at Smith College meet at Seelye Hall,
and Carbon Cap and Trade
WST 115 Introduction to Women's Studies located just off Green Street. meets 11/15 - 12/13
Refer to the credit course section for
➀ student must take the 3-credit course Please refer to the credit course section for
additional course information.
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evening and weekend hours are available for several academic support services, please see below.
Please note: all hours are subject to change and all changes will be posted.

academic Computing lab academic advising Center library


The Academic Computing Lab, located in The Academic Advising Center registers most new The GCC Library, located on the north 4th floor of
East 139, is open to all currently enrolled GCC students and assists current students when their the main building, serves the study and research
students, regardless of major or credit load. The assigned advisors are not available. Appointments needs of a diverse group of teachers and learners
lab’s personal computers may be used for recommended. For more information visit North by providing a variety of services, collections,
homework, term papers, or other student 209-214, call (413) 775-1339 or technology, and study spaces. The Library is open to
projects. For those who need help working on a www.gcc.mass.edu/advising the entire GCC community as well as to the public.
computer, a monitor or consultant is on duty. Online resources are available remotely with a GCC
hoUrS
hoUrS student, faculty or staff library card. The Library offers
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm reference and research assistance in person, by
Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am - 9:45 pm Evenings advising available by appointment phone, email, IM, and text. Formal group and
Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm individual instruction is also available. For more
College Store information visit us at www.gcc.mass.edu/library/ or
disability Services The College Store is located on the 1st floor
call (413) 775-1830 or (413) 775-1837.
GCC encourages all students to participate fully in North, room N109. Fall textbooks will be hoUrS
campus activities. Our goal is for every student to available for purchase online beginning the Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am - 8:30 pm
succeed regardless of learning style, individual afternoon of August 13, 2010. You can choose to Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
learning needs, or disability. The Office of Disability have them shipped to your home (shipping Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Services works with students, faculty, and staff to charges apply) or reserved for pick up. Please arChiBald MaCleiSh ColleCtion
promote universal access on campus. For more visit our website for full details Located at Memorial Libraries, Deerfield, MA
information or to schedule an appointment call www.gcc.mass.edu/bookstore. You can shop in Wednesday, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
(413) 775-1332, or visit The Learning Center on person beginning August 27, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.
the 4th floor of the North Wing next to the
Library, or our website at SpeCial online reSerVe piCk Up hoUrS
August 19, 20, 23, 24, and 25, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
www.gcc.mass.edu/offices/ds/ .
August 26, 10:30 am - 2:30 pm peer tutoring program
You must have a valid photo ID when picking up Students enrolled in any GCC course are wel-
testing Center your order. come to meet with peer tutors in the fall and
The Testing Center provides proctoring services regUlar fall hoUrS spring semesters. Peer tutoring offers students the
for the following tests: Computerized Placement, Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm opportunity to look at how they learn. In tutoring
GED, disability accommodation, currency/challenge, Fridays, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm sessions, students explore ways to study and prob-
and make-up tests. The Center strives to provide a Special hours by appointment only lem solve, and they apply these strategies to spe-
calm and inviting atmosphere in which students cific course assignments.
eXtended fall hoUrS
can relax and focus on their tests with minimal September 2, 7, and 8, 9:00 am - 6:30 pm Students meet individually with tutors in the
stress and distractions. For more information visit September 9, 13, 14, and 15, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm Learning Center. To make an appointment, stop by
www.gcc.mass.edu/offices/testing/ or call (413) 775-
fall 2010 teXtBook retUrnS the main building, north 4th floor, or call (413)
1147 or (413) 775-1821. The Testing Center is
From August 16 to September 9, textbooks may 775-1330. For more information visit
located in room N253 across from the GCC
be returned with your sales receipt only. From www.gcc.mass.edu/offices/learningcenter/tutoring.html.
Bookstore.
September 10 to September 16, a receipt and hoUrS
hoUrS proof of add/drop is required. No returns will be
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
accepted after September 16. Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Call for Saturday Schedule
(appointments necessary) teXtBook BUyBaCk Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
A representative will be on campus to conduct a
buyback on September 2 and 3, 9:00 am - 4:00
pm and September 7 and 8, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
located in the hallway just outside the College
Store N109.

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Monday Credit tUeSday and thUrSday Credit
Class Sec. day time location instructor Class Sec. day time location instructor
ADM096 2 M 5:00pm-5:50pm EAST Wilkins BIO195 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Dunphy
ART131 2 M 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN Simms Th 6:00pm-7:50pm MAIN
CIS110 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Lavoie BIO195 4 T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Dunphy
DAN183 2 M 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST Fox Th 4:00pm-5:50pm MAIN
DAN184 2 M 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST Fox MAT106 2 T Th 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST TBA
ENG114 2 M 6:00pm-9:50pm EAST Piana SPA101 14 T Th 6:30pm-8:45pm SMCOL Pinsonneault
ESL107 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Haigis SPA102 2 T Th 6:30pm-8:45pm MAIN Black
ESL108 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Haigis SPA163 2 T Th 4:30pm-5:45pm MAIN Damon
PSY217 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Becker
SCI110 2 M➀ 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Benander
SCI118 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Tangredi WedneSday Credit
SCI119 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Gran Class Sec. day time location instructor
ACC208 2 W 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Fredrick
ART151 2 W 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN O'Beirne
Monday and tUeSday Credit BUS209 2 W 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA
Class Sec. day time location instructor ENG105 2 W 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Barnes
BIO194 4 M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA ENG241 2 W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Gilbert Keith
T 4:00pm-6:50pm MAIN ESL123 2 W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA
ESL124 2 W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA
HIS102 2 W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Blagg
Monday and WedneSday Credit HUM150 2 W 6:00pm-8:15pm FIELD Jenkins
Class Sec. day time location instructor HUM150 4 W 4:50pm-7:15pm FIELD Jenkins
ASL101 2 M W 4:30pm-6:20pm MAIN Lacy-Limoges MAT105 2 W 6:30pm-9:20pm EAST Beebe
ASL102 2 M W 6:30pm-8:20pm MAIN Lacy-Limoges MAT105 4 W 6:30pm-9:20pm EAST TBA
BIO194 2 M W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Eck PSY101 2 W 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST Becker
BIO196 2 M 5:00pm-6:50pm MAIN Roche SCI125 2 W➀ 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA
W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN SPA257 2 W 4:00pm-6:40pm MAIN Quesada
BIO196 4 M 3:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Roche
W 5:00pm-7:50pm
CHE111 2 M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Cole thUrSday Credit
W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Class Sec. day time location instructor
EMS101 2 M W➀ 6:00pm-10:00pm TOWN K. Garvey BUS111 14 Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL TBA
COL090 2 M W 5:30pm-7:20pm MAIN Kearns BUS155 2 Th 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA
MAT107 2 M W 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST Kinsmith ECO102 14 Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Simmons
SCI103 2 M W 4:00pm-6:20pm EAST Johnson ENG112 2 Th 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Monahan
SPA124 2 M W 4:00pm-5:40pm MAIN Barreat de Kenny ENG204 14 Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL O'Connell
SPA133 2 M W 6:00pm-7:40pm MAIN Damon FST125 2 Th 6:00pm-9:40pm EAST TBA
HIS129 2 Th 4:30pm-7:20pm MAIN Afesi
HUD127 14 Th 6:00pm-8:50pm SMCOL Luzzi
tUeSday Credit HUM110 2 Th 4:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Ruiz
Class Sec. day time location instructor LED172 2 Th 4:00pm-6:05pm EAST Santiago
ACC121 2 T 6:00pm-9:50pm EAST Galbraith MAT116 2 Th 5:00pm-8:40pm EAST Baird
ADM122 4 T 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST Steele PCS101 2 Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Ruiz
ART161 2 T 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN M. Petraccia PSY101 14 Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Lachance
BIO108 14 T 6:00pm-8:50pm SMCOL Rusenko SCI121 2 Th➀ 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Gottlieb
BIO130 14 T 6:15pm-9:05pm SMCOL Sheldon SOC101 14 Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Booxbaum
BUS111 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Luippold
CIS140 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Canon
DAN105 2 T 4:30pm-7:20pm EAST Sylla Weekend Credit
EDU112 8 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Aiken Class Sec. day time location instructor
ENG090 2 T 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN McLellan PSY277 10 S Su 9:00am-3:30pm EAST Underwood
ENG103 14 T 6:00pm-9:50pm SMCOL A. Jones Class meets 10/16, 10/17, 10/30, 10/31, 11/13, 11/14 (make up 11/20)
FST203 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Goodhind EVS150 10 EAST/FIELD Korby
MAT090 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Howard Class meets 4-5pm T 9/7 and 9/14 in E111, and one night
MAT117 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Abraham field experience required 9am Sat 9/14 to 10am Sun 9/19.
POL101 14 T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL LaRose EVS154 10 EAST/FIELD TBA
PSY209 14 T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Lachance Class meets 4-6pm T 10/12 in E111, and 9am-4pm on Sat 10/16 and
PSY210 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA Sun 10/17 in the field
SCI112 2 T 4:00pm-6:50pm MAIN Johnson EVS155 10 EAST/FIELD Burrington
SCI127 2 T➀ 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Baum Class meets 4-5pm T 10/19 and 10/26 in E11, and 9am-4pm on
SOC101 2 T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA Sat 10/30 and Sun 10/31 in the field
HUD127 10 S 10:00am-1:00pm MAIN Dodge
Class meets 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6
➀ Course also has Saturday meeting date(s). Refer to the credit course section.
for course titles, prerequisites, and credits refer to pages 30-47.
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how to read the Course Schedule
Course name Semester course is offered Icons representing type of
Advising code
Course code course section(s) offered
pSy 101 principles of psychology (BC)  3 cr c (see Key below).
Course prerequisite (Offered: Every Term)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Course section Course credits
3195 2 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST Becker
A number indicates that the section 3236 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Lachance
is an evening, weekend, intersession, Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Instructor
or summer class; a letter indicates a Street
daytime class in fall and spring 3196 A LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am EAST Boyce
semesters. 3197 B LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Tierney Building where class section meets:
3198 C LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST Boyce EAST – East Building at the Main Campus
CRN 3199 D LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Wiley MAIN – Main Building at the Main Campus
5-digit course registration number 3200 E LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Boyce SMCOL – Smith College, Northampton
3237 F LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am EAST Garvey TOWN – Downtown Center, Greenfield
Type of class meetings: 3369 G LEC: T Th 3:30pm-5:00pm EAST TBA UMASS – University of Mass., Amherst
LATE START class begins 9/14. Currently closed. VAHOSP –Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Leeds
lecture, field, studio, practicum,
3380 H DIS: Garvey OTHER – Other location as listed
distance learning or lab This is an online class with one optional on-campus meeting on 9/7.
Course meets on these days Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of
instructor is required. For more info go to
Course meets at these times http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
garveya@gcc.mass.edu. Additional comments
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.

key
advising Codes c An evening section of this course is offered.
j An Intersession section of this course is offered.
An advising code appears in parentheses at the end of each course title. You u A weekend section of this course is offered or the
should refer to this code in selecting appropriate courses to fulfill your class requires weekend meetings in addition to
particular program requirements, and to fulfill the requirements of the weekday meetings as noted.
Commonwealth Transfer Compact. These codes are as follows:
* Course meets University of Massachusetts’ social
a— Career courses that may be used as liberal arts electives in programs and cultural diversity requirement.
of study leading to the Associate in Arts degree (Liberal Arts and
Cr Credit(s); College work is measured in units called
Business Administration Transfer), but not as liberal arts electives in
credits.
any other programs.
LEC: Lecture; The actual time classes will meet in the
B— Behavioral science/social science courses.
classroom.
C— Liberal arts courses that may be used to fulfill core requirements for the
L/L: Lecture/Laboratory; Class time is a combination of
Associate in Arts degree or as liberal arts electives in any other program.
lecture and laboratory.
d— Courses emphasizing the improvement of basic reading, writing,
LAB: Laboratory; Some classes also have laboratory hours.
mathematical, and study skills. These courses may not be used to fulfill
associate degree requirements. STU: Studio; The actual time classes will meet in a studio
setting.
e— English Composition I (ENG 101, 103, 105) and English Composition II
(ENG 112, 114, 116). FLD: Field; Class meets in a field setting usually away
from the college.
h— Humanities/fine arts courses.
DIS: Distance Learning; This is an online class which does
l— Liberal arts courses that may be used as liberal arts electives in any not meet regularly on campus.
program, but not as core courses for the Associate in Arts degree.
HYB: Hybrid course; Class has both classroom meetings
n— Natural science/math courses. and 50-79% of online instructions.
X— Courses whose subject matter emphasizes technical career skills, Prereq: Courses or other requirements which must be
personal growth, or leisure education. They may be used as general successfully completed before enrolling in this
electives in any program. A maximum of 12 “X” credits (including a course.
maximum of 4 in leisure education) is allowed toward the credits
required for the Associate in Arts degree. Coreq: Courses which must be taken in the same or an
earlier semester as the courses in which the
note: Courses meeting the University of Massachusetts’ social and cultural
student is enrolling.
diversity requirement are noted with an asterisk (*).
Recomm: A recommended prerequisite for enrolling in
this course.

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aCCoUnting anthropology
aCC 121 principles of financial accounting i (X)  4 cr c ant 104 Cultural anthropology: tribes, States and the global
(Offered: Every Fall) System (*BC)  3 cr
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
3721 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-9:50pm EAST Galbraith Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3182 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:40am EAST Fredrick 4366 2 DIS: Vouros
3284 B LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:40pm EAST Fredrick This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings.
Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of
aCC 151 Concepts of financial accounting i (X)  3 cr instructor is required. For more info go to
(Offered: Every Fall) http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
vouros@gcc.mass.edu.
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
3270 A LEC: M W F 8:00am-8:50am EAST Galbraith 3152 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am EAST Kuban
4247 B LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am EAST Galbraith 3153 B LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST TBA
4433 C LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Galbraith Currently closed.

aCC 203 Management accounting (X)  3 cr


(Offered: Every Fall) art hiStory
Prereq: ACC 152 or ACC 122; CIS 140 or permission of instructor
3269 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Galbraith ahS 101 art history Survey i (*hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
aCC 208 introduction to federal income taxes (X)  3 cr c Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment
(Offered: Every Fall) 4128 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN B. Petraccia
Prereq: ACC 122 4130 B LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN B. Petraccia
4417 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Fredrick
4107 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Fredrick ahS 102 art history Survey ii (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment
offiCe adMiniStration 4428 A LEC: M W 8:30am-9:45am MAIN B. Petraccia

adM 096 keyboarding for information processing (d)  1 cr c ahS 107 history of Modern art (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) (Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: None Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score
4104 2 LEC: M 5:00pm-5:50pm EAST Wilkins 4402 A LEC: T Th 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN B. Petraccia
4138 A LEC: M W F 8:00am-8:50am EAST Lovelace
Course meets 9/3 - 10/6
art
adM 122 introduction to Medical terminology (X)  3 cr c
(Offered: Periodically) additional fees for art courses (Coded art): $30
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
4074 2 DIS: Dodge art 121 two-dimensional design (hl)  3 cr
This is an ONLINE class with one optional on-campus meeting on (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
9/4. Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of
instructor is required. For more info go to Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail 3175 A STU: T Th 8:30am-10:30am MAIN Bross
dodge@gcc.mass.edu. 3244 B STU: M W 3:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Dussault
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. 4271 C STU: M W 8:00am-9:55am MAIN TBA
4179 4 LEC: T 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST Steele Currently Closed. Will be M. Petraccia if opened.
4374 A LEC: M W 8:30am-9:45am MAIN TBA
art 125 three-dimensional design (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: ART 121; Recomm: ART 131
3287 A STU: M W 8:00am-9:55am MAIN Signore

art 131 drawing i (hl)  3 cr c


(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3938 2 STU: M 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN Simms
3245 A STU: W F 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Krol
3246 B STU: T Th 11:00am-12:55pm MAIN Simms

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art 141 Color (hl)  3 cr art 243 painting ii-B (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score; Recomm: ART 121 Prereq: ART 242
3939 A STU: T Th 1:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Krol 3325 A STU: M 1:00pm-5:00pm OTHER Hyde
Course meets 9/2, 9/7, 9/9, 9/14, 9/16, 9/21, 9/23, 9/28, 9/30, 10/5,
10/7, 10/12, 10/14, and ends on 10/19. art 251 photography i-a (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
art 151 introduction to photography (hl)  3 cr c
Prereq: ART 151
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3250 A STU: M W 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Young
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3806 2 STU: W 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN O’Beirne
3163 A STU: M W 1:00pm-2:55pm MAIN Young art 252 photography i-B (hl)  3 cr
This is a digital photography class. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3165 B STU: T Th 9:00am-10:55am MAIN Sexton Prereq: ART 251
4043 A STU: M W 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Young
art 155 digital Video (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) art 261 electronic imaging (hl)  3 cr
Prereq: ART 161 or permission of instructor (Offered: Every Fall)
3164 A STU: M W 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Lindale Prereq: ART 161 and ART 251
3271 A STU: M W 3:00pm-4:55pm MAIN O’Beirne
art 161 introduction to the electronic Studio (hl)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) art 263 Web Site design (hl)  3 cr
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090; (Offered: Every Fall)
Recomm: ART 121 Prereq: ART 161
4136 2 STU: T 5:10pm-9:10pm MAIN M. Petraccia 3720 A STU: T Th 11:00am-12:55pm MAIN Lindale
3247 A STU: M W 10:00am-12:00pm MAIN Boisvert
3248 B STU: T Th 11:00am-12:55pm MAIN Boisvert
4403 C STU: T Th 8:30am-10:30am MAIN TBA art 268 three-dimensional Modeling (hl)  3 cr
Currently Closed (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: ART 161
art 173 digital design (X)  3 cr 3940 A STU: F 1:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Mitchell
(Offered: Every Spring)
Prereq: ART 121 and ART 161 Massachusetts College of art and design courses at gCC
4028 A STU: T Th 2:00pm-4:00pm MAIN Boisvert see page 24 for course descriptions and information on registering

art 225 three-dimensional design ii (hl)  3 cr fa370 imaginative drawing 3 cr c


(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) MassArt: T 4:00 - 8:00 pm MAIN Hyde
Course meets at GCC in the Drawing Studio (S231) interspersed
Prereq: ART 125 and ART 132 with Critiques in the Gallery.
3384 A STU: M W 8:00am-9:55am MAIN Signore
Mpph374 photo: documentary 3 cr  c
art 235 figure drawing (hl)  3 cr MassArt: Th 4:00 - 8:00 pm MAIN Young
(Offered: Every Fall) Class meets at GCC in room S101
Prereq: ART 121 and ART 132, or permission of the instructor
3323 A STU: T Th 2:00pm-4:00pm MAIN Simms aMeriCan Sign langUage
art 240 Special topic: Conceptual art (hl)  3 cr
None aSl 101 elementary american Sign language i (hC)  4 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: ART 121, ART 131 and two 200-level ART courses, or permission of the
instructor. Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090.
4423 A STU: T Th 11:00am-12:50pm MAIN Dussault 3289 2 LEC: M W 4:30pm-6:20pm MAIN Lacy-Limoges
Topic Title: Conceptual Art
aSl 102 elementary american Sign language ii (hC)  4 cr c
art 241 painting i (hl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: ASL 101 or equivalent, or permission of instructor
Prereq: ART 132 and ART 141 4392 2 LEC: M W 6:30pm-8:20pm MAIN Lacy-Limoges
3249 A STU: W 1:00pm-5:00pm OTHER Krol

art 242 painting ii-a (hl)  3 cr


(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: ART 241
3263 A STU: M 1:00pm-5:00pm OTHER Hyde

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Biology Bio 130 human nutrition (nl)  3 cr c


(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Bio 102 Botany (nC)  4 cr Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090.
(Offered: Every Fall) 3786 2 DIS: Sheldon
This is an ONLINE course with one optional on-site meeting on 9/8 in E146.
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of instructor is
4407 A L/L: T 9:00am-12:15pm MAIN T. Jones required. For more info go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-
L/L: Th 9:00am-10:15am MAIN technology or Email sheldonl@gcc.mass.edu.
Field trips are required. Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
4178 14 LEC: T 6:15pm-9:05pm SMCOL Sheldon
Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off of
Bio 103 ecology (nC)  4 cr Green Street
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3787 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Sheldon
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3311 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN Devlin note to practical nursing (pnC) graduates who intend to
LAB: W 2:30pm-4:20pm MAIN enter the associate degree nursing (adn) program:
PNC graduates who have completed BIO 117 or BIO 194 with a B or better can complete
Bio 104 natural history (nC)  4 cr the anatomy and physiology sequence required for the ADN program by taking BIO 196.
(Offered: Every Fall) PNC graduates who receive a grade lower than a B in BIO 117 or BIO 194 and all other
Health Occupations students have to take both BIO 195 and 196 to qualify for the ADN
Prereq: COL 090, ENG 090 and MAT 090 or satisfactory placement test scores program. Five (5) year currency or currency exam is required for all anatomy and physiology
3303 A L/L: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN Hale courses. Please contact the Nursing program for more information.
L/L: W 2:30pm-4:20pm MAIN
Field trips required.
3304 B LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Adams Bio 194 Comprehensive anatomy and physiology
LAB: Th 2:00pm-3:50pm MAIN (nC)  4 cr c
Field trips required. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test scores.
Bio 108 human Systems (nl)  3 cr c 3730 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Eck
(Offered: Every Fall) LAB: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 3977 4 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA
3290 14 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm SMCOL Rusenko LAB: T 4:00pm-6:50pm MAIN
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Currently closed.
Street. All seats are reserved for PMC students. 3731 A LEC: W 8:00am-9:40am MAIN TBA
LEC: F 8:00am-8:50am MAIN
LAB: F 9:00am-11:50am MAIN
Bio 120 introduction to environmental Science (nC)  4 cr Priority given to Practical Nurse Certificate Majors.
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 Bio 195 human anatomy and physiology i (nC)  4 cr c
3671 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Adams (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
LAB: T 2:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Prereq: College Biology within the past ten years or BIO 126; COL 090 and ENG 090
Field trips required. or satisfactory placement test scores.
3788 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Dunphy
Bio 126 Biology i (nC)  4 cr LAB: Th 6:00pm-7:50pm MAIN
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4133 4 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Dunphy
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 and LAB: Th 4:00pm-5:50pm MAIN
3333 A LEC: M W F 1:00pm-1:50pm MAIN Gump
MAT 090 LAB: M 10:00am-11:50am MAIN
3670 A LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Fydenkevez/Williams 4030 B LEC: M W F 1:00pm-1:50pm MAIN Gump
LAB: M 1:00pm-2:50pm MAIN LAB: W 10:00am-11:50am MAIN
4029 B LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Fydenkevez/Williams 4134 C LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Gump
L/L: W 1:00pm-2:50pm MAIN LAB: T 11:00am-12:50pm MAIN
4408 C LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Williams 4135 D LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Gump
LAB: Th 12:30pm-2:20pm MAIN LAB: Th 11:00am-12:50pm MAIN
4409 D LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Williams 3789 E LEC: M W F 1:00pm-1:50pm MAIN TBA
LAB: T 12:30pm-2:20pm MAIN LAB: F 2:00pm-3:50pm MAIN
Currently closed. Currently closed.

Bio 127 Biology ii (nC)  4 cr Bio 196 human anatomy and physiology ii (nC)  4 cr c
(Offered: Every Spring) (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 and Prereq: BIO 195 and BIO 126 or a college level equivalent; or BIO 117 or BIO 194
MAT 090 with a grade of B or better within the past five years and BIO 126 or a college level
4410 A L/L: M W F 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Williams equivalent.
L/L: F 1:00pm-2:50pm MAIN 3345 2 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Roche
LAB: M 5:00pm-6:50pm MAIN
3387 4 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Roche
LAB: M 3:00pm-4:50pm MAIN
4430 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Erviti
LAB: T 9:00am-10:50am MAIN

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Bio 205 Microbiology (nC)  4 cr BUS 205 principles of Management (a)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: BIO 101 or BIO 105 or BIO 107 or BIO 117 or BIO 194 or BIO 195 Prereq: BUS 111; Recomm: PSY 101
3172 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Fydenkevez 3178 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Galbraith
LAB: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN
3386 B LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Fydenkevez
LAB: T Th 3:16pm-4:30pm MAIN BUS 209 principles of Marketing (a)  3 cr c
4053 C LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN TBA (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
LAB: T Th 4:31pm-5:45pm MAIN Prereq: BUS 111. Recomm: PSY 101
Currently Closed. 4052 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA
3791 A LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am EAST Vranos

BUSineSS
CheMiStry
BUS 105 personal financial literacy (X)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Che 111 general Chemistry i (nC)  4 cr c
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090; MAT (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
090 or placement by examination Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090; MAT
3218 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Fredrick 106 (096) concurrently or placement by examination
3222 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Cole
BUS 111 the Contemporary Business World (a)  3 cr c LAB: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3254 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN John Rees
LAB: T 8:00am-10:50am MAIN
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 3255 B LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN John Rees
3176 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Luippold LAB: Th 12:30pm-3:20pm MAIN
4394 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL TBA
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off
Green Street.
4108 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Welsh
College orientation SerieS
4110 B LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Vranos
4111 C LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Vranos gCC 105 Understanding College Culture (l)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall)
BUS 112 introduction to hospitality and tourism (a)  3 cr Prereq: must be currently enrolled in high school
(Offered: Every Fall) 4419 A LEC: W 3:30pm-5:30pm EAST Herstad/Scranton
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores. Course meets 9/15-12/15. For more information or to register
4112 A LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am EAST TBA contact Scott Herstad at: 413.775.1250 or e-mail:
herstads@gcc.mass.edu
BUS 116 e-Commerce (a)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall & January) CoMpUter inforMation SySteMS
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores; Recomm:
Competency in word processing and spreadsheet operation
4047 A LEC: M W F 1:00pm-1:50pm EAST Vranos CiS 110 introduction to Computers (X)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
BUS 119 principles of real estate (X)  3 cr Prereq: None
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4182 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Lavoie
3318 A LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST Lovelace
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3177 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST McGuire CiS 140 Microcomputer Software tools i (a)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
BUS 140 entrepreneurship Seminar (X)  1 cr
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090, ENG 090, ADM
(Offered: Periodically) 096, and MAT 090.
Prereq: Completion of at least 12 credits in the Entrepreneurship or Management 4114 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Canon
programs with the following course codes: ACC, BUS, CIS, or ECO 3319 A LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST Muller
4418 A PRA: Vranos 3320 B LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Muller
By arrangement between student and faculty. 4113 C HYB: M W 10:00am-10:50am EAST Wilkins
This is a HYBRID class with two weekly on-campus meetings; 33% of
course requirements will occur online and students should feel skilled
BUS 155 Business law i (a)  3 cr c with independent online work. For more information, E-maill
(Offered: Every Fall) wilkins@gcc.mass.edu
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 4277 D DIS: Wilkins
4383 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA This is an ONLINE course with one recommended on-campus
3722 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST TBA meeting on 9/2, 3:30-4:30pm. Registration is open thru 9/1; after that
date permission of instructor is required. For more info go to
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
wilkins@gcc.mass.edu.
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CiS 141 Microcomputer Software tools ii (a)  3 cr CiS 281 network principles and techniques (l)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) (Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: CIS 140 Prereq: CIS 180
4019 2 DIS: Wilkins 4385 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST TBA
This is an ONLINE course. Registration is open through 9/1; after
that date permission of instructor is required. For more info go to
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
wilkins@gcc.mass.edu.
CriMinal JUStiCe
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
3322 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Wilkins CrJ 101 introduction to Criminal Justice (a)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
CiS 145 relational database design and application (X)  3 cr Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3169 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Nieliwocki
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores; CIS 140 or 3170 B LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am EAST Nieliwocki
permission of instructor.
4116 2 DIS: Schilling CrJ 103 Criminal law (a)  3 cr
This is an ONLINE course with one required on-campus meeting on (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
9/8. Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of
instructor is required. For more info go to Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail 3171 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Lanoie
schilling@gcc.mass.edu. 3288 B LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST TBA
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
3324 A LEC: M W F 1:00pm-1:50pm EAST TBA CrJ 105 police process (X)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall)
CiS 150 programming principles and Concepts (l)  3 cr
Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor. Recomm: CRJ 103
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3715 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Nieliwocki
Prereq: MAT 106 (096) or equivalent; ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent
enrollment
CrJ 109 Corrections process (X)  3 cr
3943 2 DIS: Wilkins
This is an ONLINE course with one required on-campus meeting on (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
9/2. Registration is open until 9/1; after that date permission of Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor
instructor is required. For more info go to 3286 A LEC: M W F 8:00am-8:50am EAST Lanoie
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
wilkins@gcc.mass.edu.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. CrJ 113 Juvenile Justice (a)  3 cr
3344 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Wilkins (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: CRJ 101 or permission of instructor. Recomm: PSY 101; SOC 101
CiS 151 Web Site development (X)  3 cr 3716 A LEC: M 1:00pm-3:50pm EAST TBA
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: CIS 140, or CIS 150, or permission of instructor. CrJ 121 Criminology (a)  3 cr
4118 A LEC: M W 3:00pm-4:15pm EAST TBA (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: CRJ
CiS 180 network Workstation administration (X)  3 cr 101 and CRJ 103
(Offered: Every Fall) 3717 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Eisenberg
Prereq: CIS 115, or CIS 140, or a CIS major
3321 A LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST TBA CrJ 131 Social issues in Criminal Justice (a)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
CiS 243 JavaScript (l)  3 cr Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: Any
(Offered: Every Fall) ONE of the following: CRJ 101, CRJ 103, POL 101 SOC 101, SOC 201, HIS 105, or
Prereq: CIS 150 HIS 106
4384 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST TBA 4020 A LEC: T 2:00pm-4:50pm EAST Eisenberg

CiS 252 C++ programming (a)  3 cr danCe


(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: CIS 150 or status of a second year engineering student
4386 A LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am EAST TBA dan 101 introduction to dance (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, January & Summer)
CiS 254 data Structures (l)  4 cr Prereq: None
(Offered: Every Fall) 3314 A STU: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Arslanian
Prereq: CIS 251 and MAT 107
4387 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am UMASS Moll dan 102 pilates Mat Work (X)  1 cr
LEC: W 9:05am-9:55am UMASS (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Course meets at UMass, Amherst, Lederle Graduate Research Tower, Prereq: None
Room 101, from 9/7 - 12/18. 3673 A STU: T Th 8:00am-8:50am EAST Sorvino

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dan 103 Jazz dance i (hl)  3 cr dan 184 Ballroom dance: latin Style (hl)  1 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: None Prereq: None
3253 A STU: T Th 2:00pm-3:50pm EAST Keillor-Steinem 4126 2 STU: M 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST Fox
Course meets 11/2-12/14.
dan 104 Jazz dance ii (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) dan 201 dance repertory group: Mixed Company (hl)  3 cr
Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 103, or permission of instructor (Offered: Periodically)
3159 A STU: T Th 2:00pm-3:50pm EAST Keillor-Steinem Prereq: Open to students by audition or permission of Dance Program Coordinator.
Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in a dance studio course.
dan 105 african dance i (*hl)  2 cr c 3935 A STU: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Arslanian
(Offered: Periodically) Curse starts 9/7. Students will participate in rehearsals and
community outreach performances to be scheduled outside of class
Prereq: None time that will cover late start hours.
3338 2 STU: T 4:30pm-7:20pm EAST Sylla
dan 203 Jazz dance iii (hl)  3 cr
dan 107 Ballet i (hl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 104, or permission of instructor
Prereq: None 3346 A STU: T Th 2:00pm-3:50pm EAST Keillor-Steinem
3160 A STU: M W 10:00am-11:50am EAST Keillor-Steinem
dan 204 Jazz dance iV (hl)  3 cr
dan 108 Ballet ii (hl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 203
Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 107, or permission of instructor 3347 A STU: T Th 2:00pm-3:50pm EAST Keillor-Steinem
3226 A STU: M W 10:00am-11:50am EAST Keillor-Steinem
dan 207 Ballet iii (hl)  3 cr
dan 111 Modern dance i (hl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 108, or permission of instructor
Prereq: None 3348 A STU: M W 10:00am-11:50am EAST Keillor-Steinem
3161 A STU: T Th 9:00am-10:50am EAST Sorvino
dan 208 Ballet iV (hl)  3 cr
dan 112 Modern dance ii (hl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 207
Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 111, or permission of instructor 3349 A STU: M W 10:00am-11:50am EAST Keillor-Steinem
3162 A STU: T Th 9:00am-10:50am EAST Sorvino
dan 211 Modern dance iii (hl)  3 cr
dan 116 Middle eastern dance i (*hl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: DAN 112, or permission of instructor
Prereq: None 3350 A STU: T Th 9:00am-10:50am EAST Sorvino
3316 A STU: M W 1:00pm-2:50pm EAST Arslanian
Course meets UMass Diversity requirement. dan 212 Modern dance iV (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
dan 117 Middle eastern dance ii (*hl)  3 cr
Prereq: DAN 211
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3351 A STU: T Th 9:00am-10:50am EAST Sorvino
Prereq: 3 credits of DAN 116, or permission of instructor
3330 A STU: M W 1:00pm-2:50pm EAST Arslanian dan 216 Middle eastern dance iii (*hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
dan 183 Ballroom dance: american Smooth Style
Prereq: DAN 117, or permission of instructor
(hl)  1 cr c 3936 A STU: M W 1:00pm-2:50pm EAST Arslanian
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: None dan 217 Middle eastern dance iV (*hl)  3 cr
4125 2 STU: M 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST Fox (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Course meets 9/14-10/26.
Prereq: DAN 216, or permission of instructor
3937 A STU: M W 1:00pm-2:50pm EAST Arslanian

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eConoMiCS engineering
eCo 101 principles of Macroeconomics (BC)  3 cr egr 105 introduction to engineering, Science, technology, and
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Society (nC)  4 cr
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 and (Offered: Every Fall)
MAT 105 (095) Prereq: MAT 107 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on
3179 A LEC: M F 10:00am-11:15am EAST Simmons the College Level Math placement test; COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory
3180 B LEC: M F 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST Simmons placement test scores. Recomm: A course with a BC advising code
3795 A L/L: T Th 12:30pm-3:20pm MAIN Johnson/TBA
eCo 102 principles of Microeconomics (BC)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) egr 206 Strength of Materials (X)  3 cr
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 and MAT 105, or satisfactory placement test scores (Offered: Periodically)
4121 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Simmons Prereq: EGR 205 or permission of instructor
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off 4103 A LEC: T Th 3:45pm-5:00pm MAIN Ehmann
Green Street.
3219 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Simmons

eCo 205 Sports economics (BC)  3 cr


eMergenCy MediCal SerViCeS
(Offered: Every Fall) for information on eMS courses in the paramedic Certificate,
Prereq: ECO 102 refer to page 43.
4388 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Simmons

eMS 101 emergency Medical technician- Basic (X)  6 cr c


edUCation (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
edU 101 introduction to early Childhood education (a)  3 cr  3294 2 L/L: M W 6:00pm-10:00pm TOWN K. Garvey
Course can be taken for Credit or Non-Credit. Course will meet on
(Offered: Every Fall) some Saturdays throughout semester. Dates TBA. Please note: there is
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 an additional $50.00 equipment fee. Course runs from 9/8-12/20.
3623 2 DIS: Sartz 4054 Q L/L: M W Th 9:00am-11:00am OTHER Mizula
This is an online class with one required on-campus meeting on 9/8. Open only to qualified students from FCTHS Health Assisting
Registration is open to 8/27; after that date permission of instructor is Program. Course runs 9/2-4/10.
required. For more info go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-
technology or Email sartzc@gcc.mass.edu.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
4021 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Roth
engliSh
edU 103 Creative experiences in art, Music, and drama Col 090 College reading Strategies (d)  4 cr c
(X)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
(Offered: Every Fall) Prereq: None
3242 2 LEC: M W 5:30pm-7:20pm MAIN Kearns
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090; ECE 3251 A LEC: W F 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Monahan
major, or permission of instructor 3252 B LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:40pm EAST TBA
3183 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:50pm EAST Roth 3298 C LEC: T Th 10:00am-11:40am MAIN M. Kelly
This section is in a learning community with SPA 101 D. Students
edU 112 early Childhood Special education (a)  3 cr c must enroll in both courses.
3243 D LEC: T Th 12:00pm-1:40pm MAIN TBA
(Offered: Periodically) 4274 E LEC: M F 1:00pm-2:40pm EAST Baker
Prereq: ENG 090 and COL 090 or satisfactory placement test scores 4363 F LEC: M F 10:00am-11:40am EAST TBA
4424 8 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Aiken Currently Closed
Course reserved for educators working in Early Childhood programs.
Program Coordinator signature required. Contact Kim Audette 775- eng 090 College Writing Strategies (d)  4 cr c
1270 or audettek@gcc.mass.edu. Course runs 9/7-12/7. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: None
edU 215 Student teaching i (X)  6 cr
3235 2 LEC: T 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN McLellan
(Offered: Every Fall) 3238 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Ruiz
Prereq: EDU 101 and permission of the program coordinator 3181 B LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:40am MAIN McLellan
3185 A LEC: W 1:00pm-3:30pm EAST Finnegan 3282 C LEC: T Th 10:00am-11:40am EAST Herstad
FLD: M T W Th F 8:00am-12:00pm FIELD 3299 D LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:40pm MAIN Herstad
Field work begins after first lecture on 9/2. 3297 E LEC: M W 3:00pm-4:40pm MAIN Goodale
4364 F LEC: W F 8:00am-9:40am EAST Williams-Russell
4365 G LEC: M F 8:00am-9:40am MAIN TBA
Currently Closed
4422 Z LEC: M F 9:00am-10:40am EAST Goodale
Next Step Up students receive first slots. If class is not full, other
students may register with approval of Lindy Whiton.

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engliSh CoMpoSition i (eng 101, 103, 105) engliSh CoMpoSition ii (eng 112, 114, 116)
A study of the various aspects of reading and writing expository prose. The A study of the imaginative and symbolic use of language. The coursework
coursework emphasizes analytical reading, critical thinking, oral and written emphasizes the development of critical standards and written responses to
communication skills, and research and documentation. The course also covers fiction, poetry, drama, and in some options, to other print and electronic
basic word processing and e-mail skills, as well as instruction in the mechanics of resources. This course focuses on analysis, critical thinking, and writing. Three
locating and evaluating information in electronic texts and databases. Three options are available; students receive credit for only one.
options are available; students receive credit for only one.
eng 112 english Composition ii: exploring literature
eng 101 english Composition i: expository Writing (e)  3 cr (e)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105
3305 A LEC: M W 8:00am-9:40am MAIN Elinevsky 4378 2 LEC: Th 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Monahan
3941 B LEC: M F 8:00am-9:40am EAST TBA 4023 A LEC: T Th 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Ruiz
Currently Closed 4377 B LEC: T Th 12:00pm-1:40pm MAIN Ruiz
3220 C LEC: M W 8:00am-9:40am EAST Mahoney 3665 C LEC: W F 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Monahan
3221 D LEC: M W 3:00pm-4:40pm EAST Klein 4024 D LEC: W F 3:00pm-4:40pm MAIN Monahan
3154 E LEC: W F 10:00am-11:40am EAST Kearns
Theme: The Natural World - Perspectives and Problems eng 114 english Composition ii: literature and Creative
3975 F LEC: W F 1:00pm-2:40pm EAST TBA
3276 G LEC: W F 8:00am-9:40am MAIN McLellan Writing (e)  3 cr c
3157 H LEC: M F 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Walsh (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3156 I LEC: M F 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Walsh Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105
3167 J LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:40am MAIN TBA
4073 K LEC: T Th 10:00am-11:50am EAST Hayes 4379 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-9:50pm EAST Piana
Theme: Many Voices; One World. This is a Late Start class starting on 3354 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:40pm EAST Barnes
9/9. Enrollment limited to 12 until 9/1 when 10 more seats will
become available. Students should use the Waitlist for first choice for eng 116 english Composition ii: analysis of literature and
these seats.
4146 L LEC: T Th 12:00pm-1:40pm EAST Kearns film (e)  3 cr
Theme: The Natural World - Perspectives and Problems (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4287 N LEC: M F 3:00pm-4:40pm EAST Herstad Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105
Currently Closed 3194 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:40am EAST Hayes
4421 Z LEC: T Th 1:00pm-2:40pm EAST Elinevsky 3201 B LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:40pm EAST Casson
Next Step Up students receive first slots. If class is not full, other 4153 C DIS: F 4:45pm-6:15pm MAIN Kearns
students may reigster with approval of Lindy Whiton. This is an online class. There is one on-campus meeting 9/3 in Main,
N201A from 4:45-6:15 PM. Registration is open through 9/1. After
eng 103 english Composition i: purposes and technique of that, permission of the instructor is needed. Students should e-mail:
prose (e)  3 cr c kearnst@gcc.mass.edu or or phone: 413.775.1264.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score eng 204 american literature ii (hC)  3 cr c
4147 14 LEC: T 6:00pm-9:50pm SMCOL A. Jones (Offered: Periodically)
Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall located just off
Green Street Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116
3942 A LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:40am EAST A. Jones 4177 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL O’Connell
Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off
eng 105 english Composition i: the impact of language Green Street
(e)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) eng 205 British literature i (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score
Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116
4149 2 LEC: W 5:30pm-9:20pm MAIN Barnes
4414 4 DIS: T 5:30pm-7:00pm EAST Poulin 4025 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Poulin
This is an online course. There is one on-campus meeting 9/7 in
EAST, E122 from 5:30-7:00 pm. Registration is open through 9/1. eng 212 graphic novel (hC)  3 cr
After that, permission of the instructor is needed. Students should e- (Offered: Periodically)
mail: poulins@gcc.mass.edu or call 413.775.1233.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116
3234 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:40pm MAIN Poulin 4380 A LEC: W F 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN Herstad
3184 B LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Barnes
4376 C LEC: T Th 12:00pm-1:40pm EAST Barnes
eng 219 ethnic literature (*hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116
4155 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am MAIN Barnes

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eng 229 gothic literature (hC)  3 cr eSl 110 eSl Computer training (X)  1 cr
(Offered: Periodically) (Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 103 or permission of instructor
4041 A LEC: M W 8:00am-9:15am MAIN Ruiz 4389 A LEC: F 12:00pm-2:00pm MAIN Olin
This is a Late Start class. Course meets 9/17-10/29.
eng 241 Survey of Children’s literature (hC)  3 cr c
(Offered: Periodically) eSl 117 english Sounds and Spelling (X)  3 cr
Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 (Offered: Every Fall)
3666 2 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm MAIN Gilbert Keith Prereq: ESL 112 or permission of instructor
3331 A LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Carpenter
eng 243 Modern poetry (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Periodically) eSl 118 advanced eSol grammar (X)  3 cr
Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4156 A LEC: W F 3:00pm-4:15pm MAIN Kearns Prereq: ESL 104, or ESL 108, or permission of instructor
Theme: 20th Century American Poetry 3732 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Carpenter
LEC: T 12:45pm-1:45pm MAIN
eng 248 Women in literature ii (*hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Periodically) eSl 119 english at Work (X)  3 cr
Prereq: ENG 112, 114, or 116 (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4381 A DIS: Th 4:00pm-5:00pm MAIN Monahan Prereq: For students whose native language is not English. Intermediate level of English
This is an online course. There is one on-campus meeting Thursday, proficiency determined by ESOL placement examination. Contact ESOL Program
9/2 from 4:00-5:00 pm. Registration is open through 9/1. After that, Coordinator. Recomm: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 110 or CIS 110 or basic
permission of the instructor is needed. Students should e-mail: proficiency in computer skills.
monahan@gcc.mass.edu or phone: 413.775.1273. 4183 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am MAIN TBA
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
eSl 123 reading and Vocabulary-intermediate level
engliSh for SpeakerS of (X)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
other langUageS Prereq: ESL 122 or placement by examination
4390 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA
eSl 103 Written english-intermediate level (X)  3 cr 3261 A LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Carpenter
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) L/L: M W 9:00am-9:50am MAIN
Prereq: ESL 102 or placement by examination
3256 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Sweeney eSl 124 reading and Vocabulary-high intermediate
LAB: Th 12:45pm-1:45pm MAIN (X)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
eSl 104 Written english-advanced level (X)  3 cr Prereq: ESL 123 or placement by examination
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4391 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA
Prereq: ESL 103 or placement by examination 3262 A LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Carpenter
LAB: M W 9:00am-9:50am MAIN
3257 A L/L: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Sweeney
LAB: Th 12:45pm-1:45pm MAIN

eSl 106 english grammar-advanced Beginners (X)  3 cr


enVironMental StUdieS
(Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: Placement by examination eVS 101 environmental Studies: issues in Sustainability
4432 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Olin (BC)  3 cr
LEC: T 12:45pm-1:45pm MAIN (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores.
eSl 107 american english grammar in Context (X)  3 cr c 4370 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Laurel
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: ESL 106 or placement by examination eVS 150 the 24-hour outdoor personal growth experience
3793 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Haigis (X)  1 cr u
3258 A L/L: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Olin (Offered: Every Fall)
LAB: T 12:45pm-1:45pm MAIN
Prereq: None
4371 10 L/F: T 4:00pm-5:00pm EAST Korby
eSl 108 american english grammar in Use (X)  3 cr c Course meets 4-5pm T 9/7 and 9/14 in E111, and one night field
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) experience required 9am Sat 9/18 to 10am Sun 9/19.
Prereq: ESL 107 or placement by examination
3907 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Haigis
3259 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Carpenter
LAB: T 12:45pm-1:45pm MAIN

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eVS 154 exploring ecological Consciousness (X)  1 cr u geography
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: None ggy 101 introduction to geography (hC)  3 cr
4372 10 L/F: T 4:00pm-6:00pm EAST TBA (Offered: Periodically)
Cousre meets 4-6pm on T 10/12 in E111, and 9am-4pm on Sat
10/16 and Sun 10/17 in the field. Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
4142 2 DIS: Lally
eVS 155 introduction to Sustainable energy: Solar living This is an online course. There is no on campus meeting. Course runs
9/2-12/22. Registration is open through 9/1. After that, permission of
(X)  1 cr u the instructor is needed. Students should e-mail:
(Offered: Every Fall) lallymichael@gcc.mass.edu or call: 413.775.1269.
Prereq: None Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
4373 10 L/F: T 4:00pm-5:00pm EAST Burrington
Course meets 4-5pm T 10/19 and 10/26 in E111, and 9am-4pm on
Sat 10/30 and Sun 10/31 in the field. geology
geo 101 physical geology (nC)  4 cr
frenCh (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
fre 102 elementary french ii (hC)  4 cr 3186 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Price
(Offered: Every Fall) LAB: T Th 11:00am-12:25pm MAIN
Prereq: FRE 101 or equivalent.
4106 A LEC: M F 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Pavao geo 104 introduction to oceanography (nC)  4 cr
LEC: W 11:00am-11:50am MAIN (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
fre 202 intermediate french ii (hC)  4 cr 3302 A L/L: M W F 10:00am-10:50am MAIN McLain
(Offered: Every Fall) L/L: W 1:00pm-3:50pm MAIN
Prereq: FRE 201 or equivalent.
4393 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Pavao
hiStory
fre 257 french film and language ii (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall) hiS 101 Western Civilization to 1500 a.d. (hC)  3 cr
Prereq: FRE 202 or equivalent (Offered: Every Fall)
4395 A LEC: W 3:00pm-5:40pm MAIN Gifford Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
4045 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Cox
Special focus on Athenian Democracy and the Crusades with a non-
fire SCienCe teChnology traditional teaching component

hiS 102 Western Civilization Since 1500 a.d. (hC)  3 cr c


fSt 125 fire prevention, Codes and ordinances (X)  4 cr c
(Offered: Every Spring)
(Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test scores
4046 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Blagg
4360 2 DIS: Th 6:00pm-9:40pm EAST TBA 4431 A LEC: M W 8:00am-9:15am MAIN Sherter
This course originates at BCC and will connect to GCC via video
conferencing. Course runs 9/9-12/23.
hiS 105 history of the american people to 1865 (hC)  3 cr
fSt 203 fire fighting tactics (X)  3 cr c (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
(Offered: Periodically) Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Prereq: FST 101 and FST 111 or permission of the instructor or program coordinator. 3223 A LEC: M W 10:30am-11:45am MAIN Afesi
3353 B LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN Afesi
Recomm: FST 201 or some experience with protection systems.
4359 2 DIS: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Goodhind
This course originates at GCC and will connect to BCC via video hiS 106 history of the american people Since 1865
conferencing. Course meets 9/7-12/14 (hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3225 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Afesi
3804 B LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Afesi

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hiS 129 introduction to Modern africa (*hC)  3 cr c hSV 205 Case Management practices (Bl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall) (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment; PSY 101 or concurrent
4044 2 LEC: Th 4:30pm-7:20pm MAIN Afesi enrollment; HSV 101 or concurrent enrollment
3371 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST A. Garvey
hiS 131 Women in american history (*hC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
hUManitieS
3285 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Hayes
hUM 108 introduction to topics in humanities (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Periodically)
hUMan deVelopMent Prereq: Placement beyond or concurrent enrollment in COL 090 and ENG 090
4425 A LEC: Cox
Ancient Athens and the Crusades, with focus on intellectual
hUd 114 College Success (X)  3 cr underpinnings of democracy, imperialism, and holy war
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: None hUM 110 Media literacy: the World of advertising
3275 A LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am MAIN O’Hearn (hl)  1 cr c
3815 B LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Roth
4141 C LEC: M W F 8:00am-8:50am EAST Caffery (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4169 Z LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Caffery Prereq: None
Section reserved for Next Step Up students. Registration form 3944 2 LEC: Th 4:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Ruiz
requires signature of Lindy Whiton.
hUM 119 Women in the pioneer Valley (*hl)  3 cr
hUd 117 Managing Stress (X)  2 cr (Offered: Every Fall)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Prereq: None
4018 A LEC: W 1:00pm-3:50pm MAIN Hayes
3930 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST McGowan
Course meets 9/2 - 11/9 (10 weeks).
hUM 150 the lively arts (*hC)  3 cr c
hUd 121 applied leadership training (X)  1 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Periodically) Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Prereq: Offered only to GCC Student Senators selected by the GCC student body. 3241 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:15pm FIELD Jenkins
Course meets Wednesdays at UMass, Amherst beginning 9/8 and
3188 A LEC: By arrangement Sackin ending 12/8. Lecture meets 6:00-7:15 in Bezanson Recital Hall.
Discussion section meets 7:25-8:15 in Rm 150 Fine Arts Center. Pick
up flier in Humanities Office at GCC, room N328, prior to start of
hUd 127 Survey of health Careers (X)  2 cr c u classes.
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) 3265 4 LEC: W 4:50pm-7:15pm FIELD Jenkins
Course meets Wednesdays at UMass, Amherst, beginning 9/8, ending
Prereq: None Wed. 12/8. Discussion section meets 4:50-5:40 in Rm. 150 Fine Arts
4275 10 HYB: S 10:00am-1:00pm MAIN Dodge Center. Lecture meets 6:00-7:15 in Bezanson Recital Hall. Pick up flier
This is a hybrid course. There are also 14 hours of online work to in Humanities Office at GCC, room N328, prior to start of classes.
augment classroom hours for this course. Students should email
Jeanne Dodge dodge@gcc.mass.edu. Class meets the following
Saturdays 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6 10:00-1:00 in N201A.
4050 14 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm SMCOL Luzzi
latin
Course meets 9/2-11/4 at Smith College.
4022 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST TBA lat 101 elementary latin i (hC)  4 cr
Course meets 9/3-11/12 (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: None
hUMan SerViCeS 3337 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-2:10pm MAIN Cox

hSV 101 introduction to human Services (Bl)  3 cr leiSUre edUCation


(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
All 1-credit LED courses are graded on a credit/no credit basis. All 2-
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 and 3-credit LED courses are graded with letter grades.
3187 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Jenks
led 156 principles of Weight training (X)  1 cr
hSV 115 the helping relationship (Bl)  3 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: None
Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 (or concurrent enrollment); and PSY 101 (or concurrent 3718 A LEC: M W 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST Roy
enrollment); and HSV 101 (or concurrent enrollment) Course meets 9/2- 10/25
3307 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Jenks

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led 157 aerobics (X)  1 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
MatheMatiCS
Prereq: None
3189 A LEC: M W F 12:00pm-12:50pm EAST Flynn
Mat 090 Basic Mathematics Skills (d)  3 cr c
Course meets 9/2 - 10/23. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: None
led 158 advanced aerobics (X)  1 cr 3335 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Howard
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3326 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Burrill
3327 B LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am EAST TBA
Prereq: LED 157 or permission of instructor and a cardiovascular evaluation Currently closed.
3190 A LEC: M W F 12:00pm-12:50pm EAST Flynn 3342 C LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am EAST Burrill
Course meets 10/26 - 12/16. STU: M W 11:16am-11:45am EAST
This is a self-paced section. Traditional lectures are replaced by
individual & small group work with instructor assistance as needed.
led 162 principles of Weight training ii (X)  1 cr Studio time 11:16-11:45 is optional.
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3328 D LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST Barthelemy
Prereq: LED 156 or permission of instructor 3329 E LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Keenan
4429 A LEC: M W 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST Roy 4123 F LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Magee
Course meets 10/27 -12/15 4278 G LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Keenan

led 167 introductory tae kwon do i (karate) (X)  1 cr Mat 094 preparatory Course for algebra (d)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: None Prereq: MAT 090 or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test; COL
090 or satisfactory placement test score or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: If you’ve
3191 A LEC: M W F 8:00am-8:50am EAST Pearson
Course meets 9/2 - 10/23. never been successful in or it has been decades since you studied introductory algebra
or if you received a C or C- in MAT 090, then consider taking MAT 094 before taking
MAT 105.
led 168 introductory tae kwon do ii (karate) (X)  1 cr
3382 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Burrill
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4124 B LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST TBA
Prereq: LED 167 or permission of instructor Currently closed.
3192 A LEC: M W F 8:00am-8:50am EAST Pearson
Course meets 10/26 -12/16. Mat 105 introductory algebra (X)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
led 170 gentle yoga (X)  1 cr Prereq: MAT 090 or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test; COL
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 090 or satisfactory placement test score or concurrent enrollment. Recomm: If you’ve
Prereq: None never been successful in or it has been decades since you studied introductory algebra
3805 A STU: W 3:00pm-4:30pm EAST Ahlstrom or if you received a C or C- in MAT 090, then consider taking MAT 094 before taking
4145 B STU: M W 9:00am-9:50am EAST Sorvino MAT 105.
3956 2 LEC: W 6:30pm-9:20pm EAST Beebe
led 171 yoga (X)  1 cr 4291 4 LEC: W 6:30pm-9:20pm EAST TBA
Currently closed.
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 3957 A LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Gokey
Prereq: None 3958 B LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Gokey
3193 A STU: M 3:00pm-4:30pm EAST Ahlstrom 3959 C LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST TBA
3960 D LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Ehmann
3961 E LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Gokey
led 172 Self-defense for Women (X)  2 cr c 4072 F LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST TBA
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) 4172 G LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Beebe
Prereq: For women only 4279 H LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST TBA
Currently closed.
3672 2 LEC: Th 4:00pm-6:05pm EAST Santiago
Mat 106 intermediate algebra (nl)  4 cr c
MaSSage therapy (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test
For Fall 2010, Continuing Education opportunities for massage therapists are
offered with both credit and credit-free options. and a score of 61 or higher on the Algebra placement test; COL 090 or satisfactory
placement test score; ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test score, or concurrent
See page 10 for more information. enrollment.
3962 2 LEC: T Th 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST TBA
3963 A LEC: M W F 1:00pm-2:10pm EAST Nordstrom
3964 B LEC: M W F 8:40am-9:50am EAST Cavanaugh
STU: M W F 8:10am-8:35am EAST
Studio time from 8:10 - 8:35 in E131 is optional.
3965 C LEC: T Th 12:00pm-1:40pm EAST Shannon
3966 D LEC: T Th 10:00am-11:40am EAST Shannon
4280 E LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:40am EAST TBA

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Mat 107 College algebra (nC)  4 cr c Mat 203 Multivariate Calculus (nC)  4 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: MAT 106 (096); or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 202; COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory
and a score of 91 or higher on the Algebra placement test; COL 090 and ENG 090, placement test scores.
or satisfactory placement test scores. 3210 A LEC: M W F 1:00pm-2:10pm MAIN Gokey
4048 2 LEC: M W 6:00pm-7:50pm EAST Kinsmith
3227 A LEC: M W F
STU: M W F
8:40am-9:50am
8:00am-8:39am
EAST
EAST
Worth
MUSiC
Studio time 8 - 8:39 in E127 is optional.
3228 B LEC: M W F 10:40am-11:50am EAST Cavanaugh MUS 102 Jazz eras and Styles (*hC)  3 cr
STU: M W F 10:00am-10:39am EAST
Studio time 10 - 10:39 in E131 is optional. (Offered: Periodically)
4127 C LEC: M W F 1:20pm-2:30pm EAST Jeanne Rees Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
STU: M W F 1:00pm-1:19pm EAST 4404 A LEC: M F 1:00pm-2:15pm MAIN Norton
Studio time 1 - 1:19 in E153 is optional.
MUS 103 Music theory fundamentals (hC)  3 cr
Mat 114 introduction to Statistics (nC)  4 cr (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Prereq: MAT 106 (096) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test 3267 A LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Cunningham
and a score of 91 or higher on the Algebra placement test; COL 090 and ENG 090,
or satisfactory placement test scores. MUS 108 Music theory ii (hC)  3 cr
3229 A LEC: M W F 12:50pm-1:19pm EAST Burrill (Offered: Every Fall)
LEC: M W F 1:20pm-2:30pm EAST
Studio time 12:50 -1:19 in E146 is optional. Class requires use of Prereq: MUS 107 or permission of instructor
computer 3377 A LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am MAIN Cunningham

Mat 116 Mathematics for early Childhood and elementary MUS 111 Chorus (hl)  2 cr
educators (nC)  4 cr c (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) Prereq: None
Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test 3749 A STU: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Heins
and a score of 72 or higher on the Algebra placement test; must be an Early
Childhood Education or Liberal Arts/Education Option major or have permission from MUS 125 Jazz ensemble (hl)  2 cr
a full-time math or education faculty person; COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
placement test scores. Prereq: Permission of instructor
3796 2 LEC: Th 5:00pm-8:40pm EAST Baird 3310 A STU: T 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Cunningham
STU: Th 6:00pm-7:15pm MAIN
Mat 117 Mathematical problem Solving (nC)  3 cr c 4405 B STU: T Th 3:30pm-4:45pm MAIN Bosse
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
MUS 138 Creative Musicianship (hl)  1 cr
Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or a score of 67 or higher on the Arithmetic placement test
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
and a score of 72 or higher on the Algebra placement test; COL 090 and ENG 090,
or satisfactory placement test scores. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 2 credit Applied Music Lessons. Non-music majors
need permission of instructor
3230 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Abraham
3231 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST TBA 3381 A LEC: W 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Shippee
Currently closed.
3272 B LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Winokur MUS 139 Contemporary Music ensemble (hl)  2 cr
3358 C LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Winokur (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3361 D LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Worth
Prereq: Permission of instructor or Program Coordinator; basic instrumental or vocal
proficiency; the ability to read and play chord changes
Mat 151 applied Calculus i (nC)  4 cr 3663 A LEC: T 11:00am-1:30pm MAIN Shippee
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 107 or a score of 71 or higher on the College MUS 148 aural Skills ii (hl)  1 cr
Level Math placement test; COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test (Offered: Every Fall)
scores.
Prereq: MUS 147 or permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in MUS 108
3232 A LEC: M W F 1:00pm-2:10pm EAST McGuigan
3625 A LAB: M 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Cunningham
Mat 201 Calculus with analytic geometry i (nC)  4 cr MUS 150 african percussion ensemble (*hl)  2 cr
(Offered: Every Fall) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: A grade of C- or better in MAT 108 or a score of 103 or higher on the College Prereq: None
Level Math and approval from Math Dept. required; COL 090 and ENG 090, or 4158 A LEC: W 3:00pm-5:30pm MAIN Leicach
satisfactory placement test scores.
3208 A LEC: M W F 8:40am-9:50am EAST Winokur
STU: M W F 8:00am-8:30am EAST MUS 221 audio recording and production i (hl)  3 cr
Studio time 8-8:30 in E124A is optional. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4187 B LEC: M W F 10:40am-11:50am EAST Worth Prereq: MUS 103 or permission of instructor.
STU: M W F 10:00am-10:30am EAST 4159 A LEC: Th 2:00pm-6:00pm MAIN Shippee
Studio time 10-10:30 in E124A is optional. LEC: Th 2:30pm-5:00pm MAIN

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applied MUSiC MUS 231 recital participation (hl)  0 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Individual instruction on a wide variety of western instruments, as well as some non-
western instruments. Individual instruction is also available for music technology and Prereq: Non-music majors need permission of Music Program Coordinator; concurrent
computers (i.e. midi/computer notation), but not as a primary instrument for music enrollment in MUS 230 for music majors
majors. These are college level, letter-graded courses that require student commitment 1356 A LEC: Shippee
to study and practice.
MUS 130 is a 1 credit course in which students and instructors meet for one-half hour
per week. MUS 230 is a 2 credit course in which students and instructors meet for
one hour per week.
nUrSing
The music department assigns instructors to students prior to or during the first week The Associate Degree Nursing Program prepares you for a career as a nurse,
of each semester. Students intending to take lessons should contact the music program providing patient care for adults and children in varied health care settings. You
coordinator at (413) 775-1228 prior to or not later than the first week of classes each will be required to take a combination of liberal arts and clinical nursing courses
semester. A studio instructor fee is charged for lessons and is non-refundable after the in sequence over four semesters. Some students prefer to complete the program
college deadline. Lesson fees are covered by financial aid like any other course fees. over a longer period of time.
Students interested in music and technology may consider attending periodic music Licensed practical nurses have full responsibility for the quality of the health care
keyboard/computer tutoring sessions in the MAC lab. The music department also offers they provide to patients. The LPN participates in direct nursing care including
a variety of workshops and master classes on a regular basis. routine patient care, giving medications, administering treatments of all types,
Questions regarding music faculty and lessons should be addressed to the GCC Music assisting with diagnostic procedures and observing and reporting patient
Department Coordinator at (413) 775-1228. Questions regarding registration, payment symptoms. The 40-week long program involves at least 30 hours a week of
or refund of fees, or course withdrawal should be addressed to the Registrar’s Office at classes, laboratory and clinical practice. At this time, employment opportunities
Enrollment Services, (413) 775-1801. are excellent with graduates of the GCC program experiencing 100 percent
employment.
MUS 130 applied Music (hl)  1 cr A special admission process is required for both programs. Information meetings
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) are held during the year. The schedule of meetings and additional information
Prereq: None can be found at www.gcc.mass.edu/programs/healthoccupations/, or call (413) 775-
1802 or (413) 775-1621.
99039 A Violin: by arrangement MAIN TBA
99040 B Cello by arrangement MAIN TBA
99041 C Accoustic/Electric Bass by arrangement MAIN TBA
99042 D Acoustic/Electric Guitar by arrangement MAIN TBA oUtdoor leaderShip
99043 E Clarinet by arrangement MAIN TBA Greenfield Community College’s Outdoor Leadership Program is a nationally
99044 F Saxophone by arrangement MAIN TBA honored professional development curriculum. Over the course of one
99045 G Flute by arrangement MAIN TBA academic year OLP provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary
99046 H Trombone by arrangement MAIN TBA for entry level employment in the adventure field. We are a competency-based
99047 I French Horn by arrangement MAIN TBA experiential learning community. Students learn by doing. Learning activities range
99048 J Trumpet by arrangement MAIN TBA from extended expeditions to daily use of local outdoor sites. Field experiences
99049 K Tuba by arrangement MAIN TBA are carefully integrated with conceptual and theoretical aspects in five program
99050 L Piano by arrangement MAIN TBA areas: paddling, climbing, ropes course work, nordic skiing, and backcountry travel.
99051 M Drum Kit by arrangement MAIN TBA
99052 N Hand Drums by arrangement MAIN TBA Contact the Outdoor Leadership Program at (413) 775-1126 for further
99053 O Voice by arrangement MAIN TBA information.
99054 P Music Technology by arrangement MAIN TBA
99055 Q Mandolin by arrangement MAIN TBA
99056 R Other by arrangement MAIN TBA paraMediC
This rigorous program prepares Emergency Medical Technicians for National
MUS 230 applied Music 2-credit (hl)  2 cr Registry Certification as Paramedics. It covers all aspects of advanced life support
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) care and prepares its graduates to function as Paramedics in a variety of settings.
Prereq: None. Recomm: concurrent enrollment in MUS 231 The program meets two evenings per week plus two Saturdays per month for 11
99057 A Violin by arrangement MAIN TBA months, and is followed by five months of intensive clinical and field internship
99058 B Cello by arrangement MAIN TBA experiences.
99059 C Acoustic/Electric Bass by arrangement MAIN TBA
99060 D Acoustic/Electric Guitar by arrangement MAIN TBA A special admission process is required. Information meetings are held during the
99061 E Clarinet by arrangement MAIN TBA year. The schedule of meetings and additional information can be found at
99062 F Saxophone by arrangement MAIN TBA www.gcc.mass.edu/programs/healthoccupations/, or call (413) 775-1802 or
99063 G Flute by arrangement MAIN TBA (413 775-1621.
99064 H Trombone by arrangement MAIN TBA
99065 I French Horn by arrangement MAIN TBA
99066 J Trumpet by arrangement MAIN TBA
99067 K Tuba by arrangement MAIN TBA
99068 L Piano by arrangement MAIN TBA
99069 M Drum Kit by arrangement MAIN TBA
99070 N Hand Drums by arrangement MAIN TBA
99071 O Voice by arrangement MAIN TBA
99072 P Music Technology by arrangement MAIN TBA
99073 Q Mandolin by arrangement MAIN TBA
99074 R Other by arrangement MAIN TBA

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perSonal CoMMUniCation SkillS phy 111 general physics i with Calculus (nC)  4 cr
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: MAT 201 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 201
pCS 101 public Speaking (hl)  3 cr c 3370 A L/L: M W F 8:00am-9:55am MAIN Johnson
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) Lab activities scheduled during class time.
Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment 4246 B L/L: M W F 10:00am-11:55am MAIN Johnson
3798 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Ruiz Lab activities scheduled during class time.
3799 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Morin
3800 B LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am MAIN Morin
politiCal SCienCe
pCS 141 interpersonal Communication (hl)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) pol 101 american politics (BC)  3 cr c
Prereq: ENG 101, 103, or 105 or concurrent enrollment (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3801 A LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am MAIN Morin Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
3952 B DIS: Morin 3951 2 DIS: O’Meara
This is an online course. There is one on-campus meeting Tuesday, This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings.
11/16 from 7:00-9:00 pm in Main, S446B. Registration is open Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of
through 9/1. After that, permission of the instructor is needed. instructor is required. For more info go to
Students should e-mail: morin@gcc.mass.edu or call: 413.775.1278. http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. omearar@gcc.mass.edu.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
3667 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL LaRose
philoSophy Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green
Street
3224 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Waldfogel
phi 103 introduction to philosophy (hC)  3 cr 3723 B LEC: M W 8:30am-9:45am EAST Waldfogel
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 pol 105 international politics (BC)  3 cr
3664 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm MAIN Makinster (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
phi 104 introduction to ethics (hC)  3 cr 3378 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am EAST TBA
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 pol 203 american Civil liberties (BC)  3 cr
3713 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST Makinster (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
phi 110 eastern religions (*hC)  3 cr 3724 A LEC: W 1:00pm-3:50pm EAST Eisenberg
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 pol 207 politics of the Middle east (BC)  3 cr
3714 A LEC: M W 3:00pm-4:15pm MAIN Makinster (Offered: Every Spring)
Prereq: POL 105 or POL 205 or permission of the instructor
phi 204 issues in ethics and Social philosophy (*hC)  3 cr 4367 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST LaRose
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: PHI 103, PHI 104, or permission of instructor
4362 A LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Blais peaCe & SoCial JUStiCe
pSJ 101 introduction to peace Studies (BC)  3 cr
phySiCS (Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test scores. Recomm: Any
phy 101 general physics i (nC)  4 cr course coded BC
(Offered: Every Fall) 3726 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am EAST Jenks
Prereq: MAT 107, or placement by examination beyond MAT 107, or permission of
instructor pSJ 120 Mediation and Conflict resolution (Bl)  3 cr
3233 A L/L: M W F 8:00am-9:55am MAIN Johnson (Offered: Every Fall)
Lab activities scheduled during class time. Prereq: ENG 101, 103 or 105
4406 B L/L: M W F 10:00am-11:55am MAIN Johnson
Lab activities scheduled during class time. 3931 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST Jenks

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pSyChology pSy 225 psychology of Women (*BC)  3 cr
(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: PSY 101 or SOC 101 or ANT 104 or permission of instructor
pSy 101 principles of psychology (BC)  3 cr c 3802 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Wiley
(Offered: Every Term)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090 pSy 233 Child Behavior and development (BC)  3 cr
3195 2 LEC: W 5:00pm-7:50pm EAST Becker (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
3236 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Lachance
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor
Street 3355 A LEC: M W 8:30am-9:45am EAST Finnegan
3196 A LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am EAST Boyce 3264 B LEC: Th 3:00pm-5:00pm EAST Finnegan
3197 B LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Tierney LEC:
3198 C LEC: T Th 8:00am-9:15am EAST Boyce This is an online class with one optional on-campus meeting on 9/2.
3199 D LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST Wiley Registration is open through 9/1; afer that date permission of
3200 E LEC: M W F 9:00am-9:50am EAST Boyce instructor is required. For more info go to
3237 F LEC: M W F 11:00am-11:50am EAST A. Garvey http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
3369 G LEC: T Th 3:30pm-5:00pm EAST TBA finnegan@gcc.mass.edu.
LATE START class begins 9/14. Currently closed.
3380 H DIS: A. Garvey
This is an online class with one optional on-campus meeting on 9/7. pSy 277 psychology of death and dying (BC)  3 cr u
Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
instructor is required. For more info go to Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail 3379 10 LEC: S Su 9:00am-3:30pm EAST Underwood
garveya@gcc.mass.edu. Class meets Sat/Sun: Oct 16/17, Oct 30/31, Nov 13/14. (Make up
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. Nov 20)
3668 I DIS: Wiley
This is an online class with one optional on-campus meeting on 9/7.
Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of
instructor is required. For more information go to SCienCe
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
wiley@gcc.mass.edu.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. SCi 103 astronomy (nC)  4 cr c
4163 J LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST Tierney (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
4368 K LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST A. Garvey Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 and MAT 090 or satisfactory placement test scores
3283 2 L/L: M W 4:00pm-6:20pm EAST Johnson
pSy 209 abnormal psychology (BC)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) SCi 110 Sustainable energy fundamentals (nl)  1 cr c
Prereq: PSY 101 (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4164 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Lachance Prereq: None
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off
Green Street. 4036 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Benander
3202 A LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Boyce LEC: S 9:00am-12:00pm FIELD
Class meets Mondays 9/13 - 10/4 from 6-8:50pm and Sat 10/2 from
9am-Noon. Field trips required. This course is no longer supported
pSy 210 Statistics for psychology and the Social Sciences by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free.
(BC)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall) SCi 112 fundamentals of electricity (nl)  3 cr c
Prereq: ENG 112, 114 or 116; PSY 101; MAT 105 (095). Recomm: MAT 106 (096) (Offered: Periodically)
4165 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores.
4034 2 LEC: T 4:00pm-6:50pm MAIN Johnson
pSy 217 human growth and development (BC)  3 cr c
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer) SCi 114 residential Construction fundamentals (X)  3 cr
Prereq: PSY 101 or permission of instructor (Offered: Every Fall)
3206 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST Becker Prereq: MAT 090, COL 090, and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores.
3207 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:15pm EAST Tierney Recomm: MAT 105
3949 B DIS: Tierney 4411 A LEC: Th 3:00pm-5:50pm OTHER Leonard
This is a fully online class with NO required on-campus meetings. Course meets at Greenfield High School Shop. Field trips required.
Registration is open through 9/1; after that date permission of This course is no longer supported by the SPC grant. May be taken
instructor is required. For more info go to credit free.
http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology or E-mail
tierneyj@gcc.mass.edu.
Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses. SCi 117 Meteorology (nC)  4 cr
4035 C HYB: M 10:00am-11:15am EAST Tierney (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
This is a HYBRID class with one weekly on-campus meeting. Fifty Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090, ENG 090 and MAT
percent of course requirements will occur online and students should
feel skilled with independent online work. For more information, E- 090
mail tierneyj@gcc.mass.edu. 3362 A LEC: T Th 8:00am-10:20am MAIN Johnson

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SCi 118 greenhouse gas assessment and Carbon Cap and SCi 127 introduction to Sustainable design and green
trade (nl)  1 cr c Building (nl)  3 cr c
(Offered: Periodically) (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores. Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores
Recomm: SCI 119 4245 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Baum
4412 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Tangredi LEC: S 9:00am-1:00pm FIELD
Class meets Mon 11/15 - 12/13. Field trips required. This course is no Class meets Tuesdays starting 9/7; and Sat 10/2 from 9am-1pm. Field
longer supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free. trips required. This course is no longer supported by the SPC grant.
May be taken credit free.
SCi 119 introduction to global Warming (nl)  1 cr c
(Offered: Periodically) SCi 128 Solar thermal Systems (nl)  3 cr
(Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test scores
4176 2 LEC: M 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Gran Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090, and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores
Class meets 10/11 - 11/8. Field trips required. This course is no longer 4415 A LEC: Th 3:00pm-5:50pm MAIN Talmage
supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free. LEC: S 9:00am-1:00pm FIELD
LEC: S 1:00pm-5:00pm FIELD
Class meets Thursdays starting 9/2; and meets Sat 10/9 and 11/20
SCi 120 Sustainable energy: theory & practice (nC)  4 cr from 9-1 or 1-5. Field trips required. This course is no longer
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free.
Prereq: MAT 105 (095) or concurrent enrollment; placement beyond or satisfactory
completion of COL 090 and ENG 090. SCi 130 extreme insulation retrofits (nl)  3 cr
4190 A L/L: W 9:00am-10:40am MAIN T. Jones (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
L/L: F 9:00am-12:00pm MAIN Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores.
Field trips required.
Recomm: SCI 126
4173 A LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Talmage
SCi 121 introduction to photovoltaic (Solar electric) LEC: S 9:00am-12:00pm FIELD
technology (nl)  3 cr c LEC: S 1:00pm-5:00pm FIELD
(Offered: Every Fall & Summer) Class meets Wednesdays starting 9/8; and meets Sat 10/2 from 1-
5pm, and Sat 11/13 from 9am-12pm. Field trips required. This course
Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores. is no longer supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free.
Recomm: SCI 112
4032 2 LEC: Th 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN Gottlieb
LEC: S 9:00am-5:30pm MAIN
Class meets Thursdays 9/2 - 10/28 from 6-8:50pm & Saturdays 9/11,
SoCiology
9/25, 10/2 and 10/16 from 9am-5:30pm. Field trips required. This
course is no longer supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit SoC 101 principles of Sociology (*BC)  3 cr c
free. (Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
SCi 125 Sustainable landscape design (nl)  3 cr c
3334 2 LEC: T 6:00pm-8:50pm EAST TBA
(Offered: Periodically) 3728 14 LEC: Th 6:30pm-9:20pm SMCOL Booxbaum
Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090 and MAT 090 or satisfactory placement test scores Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green
4413 2 LEC: W 6:00pm-8:50pm MAIN TBA Street.
LEC: S 9:00am-1:00pm FIELD 3214 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST TBA
Class meets Wednesdays starting 9/8; and on Sat 9/25 from 9am- Currently closed
1pm. Field trips required. This course is no longer supported by the 3215 B LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm EAST McCarthy
SPC grant. May be taken credit free. 3216 C LEC: T Th 9:30am-10:45am EAST Carreiro
3729 D LEC: T Th 2:00pm-3:15pm EAST McCarthy
3797 E DIS: Daube
SCi 126 residential energy efficiency and energy auditing This is an on-line class with NO on-campus meetings. Registration is
(nl)  3 cr open through 9/1; after that date permission of instructor is required.
(Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring) For more info go to http://web.gcc.mass.edu/instructional-technology
or E-mail daubek@gcc.mass.edu.
Prereq: MAT 105, COL 090 and ENG 090 or satisfactory placement test scores Refer to page 24 for more information on online courses.
4033 A LEC: M 3:00pm-5:50pm MAIN Talmage 4369 F LEC: M W F 10:00am-10:50am EAST TBA
LEC: S 9:00am-1:00pm FIELD
LEC: S 1:00pm-5:00pm FIELD
Class meets Mondays starting 9/13 and Saturday 12/4 or 12/11 from SoC 106 Social inequality (*BC)  3 cr
9am- 1pm or 1-5pm. Field trips required. This course is no longer (Offered: Periodically)
supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free. Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test scores; Recomm: SOC
4162 B LEC: M 6:15pm-9:05pm MAIN Talmage 101
LEC: S 9:00am-1:00pm FIELD 4167 A LEC: T Th 12:30pm-1:45pm EAST McCarthy
LEC: S 1:00pm-5:00pm FIELD
Class meets Mondays starting 9/13; and Saturday 12/4 or 12/11 from
9am- 1pm or 1-5pm. Field trips required. This course is no longer SoC 201 Social problems (*BC)  3 cr
supported by the SPC grant. May be taken credit free. (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
Prereq: SOC 101
3217 A LEC: W F 10:00am-11:15am EAST TBA

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SpaniSh Spa 202 intermediate Spanish ii (hC)  4 cr
(Offered: Every Spring)
Prereq: SPA 201 or equivalent.
Spa 101 elementary Spanish i (hC)  4 cr c 4120 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Steadman-Ball
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: None Spa 257 Spanish film and language ii (hC)  3 cr c
3359 14 LEC: T 6:30pm-8:45pm SMCOL Pinsonneault (Offered: Periodically)
LEC: Th 7:30pm-8:45pm SMCOL
LAB: Th 6:30pm-7:20pm SMCOL Prereq: SPA 202 or equivalent
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off 4401 2 LEC: W 4:00pm-6:40pm MAIN Quesada
Green Street
3203 A LEC: M F 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Barreat de Kenny

3204 B LEC: M
LAB: W 11:00am-11:50am MAIN
1:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Bankman
theater
LEC: W 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN
LAB: W 1:00pm-1:50pm MAIN the 101 introduction to theater (hC)  3 cr
3983 C LEC: T 8:30am-10:45am MAIN Pinsonneault
LEC: Th 9:30am-10:45am MAIN (Offered: Every Fall)
LAB: Th 8:30am-9:20am MAIN Prereq: COL 090 and ENG 090, or satisfactory placement test score
4396 D LEC: T 12:30pm-2:45pm MAIN Gifford 3674 A LEC: M W 10:00am-11:15am MAIN Baker
LEC: Th 1:30pm-2:45pm MAIN
LAB: Th 12:30pm-1:20pm MAIN
This section is in a learning community with COL 090 C. Students the 108 interactive dramatics (hl)  3 cr
must enroll in both courses. (Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
Spa 102 elementary Spanish ii (hC)  4 cr c 4382 A LEC: T Th 11:00am-12:15pm MAIN Morin
(Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer)
Prereq: SPA 101 or equivalent. the 113 fundamentals of acting (hl)  3 cr
3932 2 LEC: T 7:30pm-8:45pm MAIN Black (Offered: Every Fall)
LEC: Th 6:30pm-8:45pm MAIN Prereq: none
LAB: T 6:30pm-7:20pm MAIN
3239 A LEC: M F 8:00am-9:40am MAIN Halaas 4042 A LEC: M W 3:00pm-4:50pm MAIN Baker
LAB: W 9:00am-9:50am MAIN
3376 B LEC: M F 10:00am-11:40am MAIN Quesada the 133 College theater Workshop (X)  1 cr
LAB: W 10:00am-10:50am MAIN (Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring)
4117 C LEC: M 1:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Quesada
LEC: W 2:00pm-3:15pm MAIN Prereq: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of COL 090 and ENG 090
LAB: W 1:00pm-1:50pm MAIN 3312 A LEC: Morin
4397 D LEC: T 9:30am-10:45am MAIN Acevedo Course will meet by arrangement
LEC: Th 8:30am-10:45am MAIN
LAB: T 8:30am-9:20am MAIN

Spa 124 Spanish for health professionals (hl)  4 cr c


(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: None
4075 2 LEC: M W 4:00pm-5:40pm MAIN Barreat de Kenny

Spa 133 Spanish for law enforcement (hl)  4 cr c


(Offered: Every Spring)
Prereq: None
4398 2 LEC: M W 6:00pm-7:40pm MAIN Damon

Spa 163 Spanish for firefighters (hl)  3 cr c


(Offered: Periodically)
Prereq: None
4115 2 LEC: T Th 4:30pm-5:45pm MAIN Damon

Spa 201 intermediate Spanish i (hC)  4 cr


(Offered: Every Fall)
Prereq: SPA 102 or equivalent.
3205 A LEC: M W 1:00pm-2:40pm MAIN Steadman-Ball
4399 B LEC: T Th 9:00am-10:40am MAIN Steadman-Ball

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general information
We apologize but sometimes greenfield Campuses
courses are cancelled. Main Campus (Main and east Buildings),
Massachusetts state law requires the Continuing Education
programs to operate at no cost to (with no tax support from) one College drive, greenfield
the Commonwealth. The decision to cancel is made at the Conveniently located near the intersection of
close of the posted registration period and before classes Interstate 91 and Route 2. Take exit 26 off I-91
meet and is based on fully paid fees on that date. and follow the traffic rotary to Route 2 west.
We attempt to reach everyone in a cancelled class by Once on Route 2, take an immediate right onto
telephone or postcard so they can choose another course or Colrain Road. We are located on College Drive,
tell us that they would like a refund. Completing registration on
time helps the college avoid unnecessary class cancellations. six-tenths of a mile ahead on the left.

know your second choice this fall! downtown Center, 270 Main Street,
greenfield
Conveniently located on Main Street in
the Jeanne Clery disclosure act downtown Greenfield next to Wilson’s Department Store. Public parking is available at School and Ames
In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Streets and between Chapman and Davis Streets.
Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (more
commonly known as the Clery Act), Greenfield Community
College publishes an annual report that includes crime
statistics and institutional policies concerning campus security other locations
and safety matters. The report is available at our Public
Safety Department’s website: www.gcc.mass.edu/offices/safety/ athol high School, athol, Ma (north Quabbin financial & Computer literacy program)
clery.html. A printed copy of the report is available at the
offices of Public Safety, Human Resources, Student Affairs, From Route 2, take EXIT 17, Route 32 north toward Athol for 1 mile, then turn left onto Main St.,
Admission, and at the Downtown Center. You may also Route 32. Athol High School’s entrance is the second drive on the left.
have a copy of the report mailed to you by contacting
Public Safety at (413) 775-1212. franklin County technical School, turners falls
Cross the Connecticut River from Route 2 on the Turners Falls Bridge. Turn left at first traffic light, onto
Criminal offender record information Third Street. Follow signs for Turners Falls Airport. Just before the airport entrance, turn left on Industrial
(Cori) Checks Blvd. into the Industrial Park. FCTS is at the end of Industrial Blvd.
Students interested in participating in an academic program
that involves working with children, the disabled, or the Va hospital/practical nursing program, leeds
elderly, or includes a clinical affiliation with a private or From the south: Take Rt. 91 north to Exit 19. Go straight off the ramp onto Damon Rd. DO NOT TURN
public health care provider, may be required to undergo a ONTO Rt. 9. Follow Damon Rd. At the first light, continue straight, crossing over Rt. 5. DO NOT TURN
Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check. ONTO Rt. 5. Continue straight on what is now Bridge Rd. (See below**)
Depending on the contents of a student’s CORI reports,
participation in an academic program, or clinical affiliation From the north: Take Rt. 91 south to Exit 20. Merge onto Rt. 5, then turn right at the first light onto
related thereto, may be denied. CORI checks may be Bridge Rd. (See below**)
performed pursuant to Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6, From the east: Follow Rt. 9 West over the Coolidge Bridge. At the light, turn right onto Damon Rd.
Sections 167-178B, and consistent with guidelines Follow Damon Rd. to the next light, continuing straight over Rt. 5 onto what is now Bridge Rd. (See
promulgated by the Executive Office for Health and
Human Services, and/or the Commonwealth’s Department below **)
of Public Health. From the west: Follow Rt. 9 East through Williamsburg and Haydenville. Go past the driving range, which
For more information, please contact Laura Earl, Staff is on your right. At the light, turn left onto the VAMC grounds. If you pass Look Park , you went too far.
Assistant to the Dean of Student and Academic Affairs **From Bridge Rd.: follow Bridge Rd., until it ends at Rt. 9, approx. 3-4 miles. Turn right onto Rt. 9 West
(413) 775-1816. and then right at the first light onto the VAMC grounds.
At the VAMC: Follow the signs to Building #1, Main Entrance. Park. GCC is in Building #25.
Acknowledgements
Thank you to Montserrat Archbald, Nancy Bair, Alecia
Seelye hall, Smith College, northampton
Bardwell, Michelle Barthelemy, Sue Belcher, Karen Bross, From the north: Take I-91 south to exit 20 (Route 5). Stay on Route 5 until the traffic lights at Route 9.
John Canon, Liz Carroll, Karen Chastney, Regina Curtis, Turn right onto Route 9 (Main Street). Smith College is just past the next set of lights.
Nicole Crafts, Jim Connelly, Linda Desjardins, Laura Earl, From the south: Take exit 18 off I-91. Follow Route 5 north into the center of Northampton. Take a left
Martha Field, Lori Gaimari, Anthony Gasperini,
Wendy Gay, Erica Goleman, Melinda Gougeon, onto Route 9 (Main Street). Smith College is just past the next set of lights.
Shane Hammond, Cynthia Hebert, Herb Hentz,
Linda Horta, Heather Hoyt, Leo Hwang-Carlos, Smith Vocational high School, northampton
Sandra Lively, Kathleen Maisto, Marty Markwell, From the north: Take I-91 south to exit 20 (Route 5). Stay on Route 5 until the traffic lights at Route 9
Susan McCaffrey, Mary McClintock, John Murphy, (Main Street). Turn right onto Route 9 (Main Street). Follow this road through downtown Northampton.
Diane O’ Hearn, Lou Peugh, Karen Phillips, David Ram, Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School is on the left, just beyond the Cooley Dickinson Hospital.
Diana Roberts, Peter Rosnick, Jan Ross, Judi Singley,
Sandy Thomas, Evelyn Tillotson, Gail Villeneuve, Val Vitello, From the south: Take exit 18 off I-91. Follow Route 5 into the center of Northampton. Take a left onto
Kathy Vranos, Debra Washer, and Tom Young Route 9 (Main Street) and go through downtown. Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School is on the
for their contributions. left, just beyond the Cooley Dickinson Hospital.
Proofreading: Sue Belcher, Liz Carroll, Karen Chastney,
Nicole Crafts, Laura Earl, Lori Gaimari, Linda Horta, UMaSS fine arts Center and Bezanson recital hall, amherst
Heather Hoyt, Sandra Lively, Jan Ross, Sandy Thomas, From Route 116 turn at the blue sign that says “Cowle’s Lumber and Sawmill.” Follow this road straight
Gail Villeneuve. through the next two sets of lights. On your right will be the campus pond and then the Fine Arts
Copy coordination: Sue Belcher, Heather Hoyt, Center (which Bezanson is a part of). Turn left at the next intersection, make another quick left, and Lot
Sam Lively, Gail Villeneuve. 62 will be to your left. You may part in Lot 62 after 5:00 p.m. without a permit. Music Department
Course guide production coordination, classrooms and Bezanson Recital Hall are located in the Fine Arts Center. Go in the entrance under the
document design, publication layout: Bezanson sign. HUM classes are held in rooms 149 and 150.
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general information
how to register for fall plan ahead
Credit Courses and Credit-free Workshops • fall registration now
in progress.
❥ prior to registering for credit courses, new students…
who plan to earn a degree or certificate or apply for financial aid must submit an • Classes begin September 2.
application for admission to the Office of Admission available online at: If you have
completed the admission process, you may schedule an appointment to register by
calling the Academic Advising Center at (413) 775-1339.
who do not plan to earn a degree or certificate do not need to apply for admission looking for a work-
and may schedule an appointment to register by calling the Academic Advising
Center at (413) 775-1339, after taking placement tests or providing transcripts of shop we don’t offer?
college-level work from other schools.
Call or e-mail your suggestions.
must demonstrate appropriate preparation for all courses by taking placement
tests or providing transcripts of college-level work from other schools. You may (413) 775-1606
schedule an appointment for a placement test by calling the Testing Center at
(413) 775-1147 or (413) 775-1821.
barba@gcc.mass.edu
❥ Before registering for credit courses,
currently enrolled students… Wanted
should schedule an appointment to register with your assigned academic advisor.
If you are unsure of your assigned advisor please visit my.gcc.mass.edu on the GCC engaging faculty for
web site to access this information. non-credit courses
❥ to register for credit courses, students… If you are interested in teaching and
may register by mail through the final registration date (one week in advance of later adding to the quality of our students’
starting classes) using the registration form on page 49. Mail the form and your lives, send your resume with your
payment along with transcripts showing proof of meeting prerequisites, if necessary to: course proposal to:
Greenfield Community College Bob Barba
Enrollment Services–N219
One College Drive Associate Dean of
Greenfield, MA 01301 Community Education
may register in person 270 Main Street
Enrollment Services – N219 Greenfield, MA 01301
(413) 775-1801 barba@gcc.mass.edu
For office hours, please call ahead or www.gcc.mass.edu/hours
Academic Advising Center – N209-214
(413) 775-1339
For office hours, please call ahead or www.gcc.mass.edu/hours

❥ to register for credit-free workshops, students…


may register by:
• Registering and paying (secure) via the Community Education web page at
www.gcc.mass.edu/shopcreditfree.
• Calling (413) 775-1803 during normal business hours (please leave a message
after hours or email chastney@gcc.mass.edu).
• Visiting Room E130 in the East Building of the Main Campus: Mon–Thurs.
financial aid can help
9 a.m–5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. (check, credit-card, money orders only please). Students enrolled for three credits or
• Filling out the registration form on page 18 of this course guide and mailing it to
more during the summer may be
the address indicated on that form.
eligible for financial aid.
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it’S tiMe to regiSter! these important numbers.
academic advising Center..............(413) 775-1339
Classes begin September 2 admission............................................(413) 775-1801
Behavioral Sciences division ..........(413) 775-1120
Bookstore ..........................................(413) 775-1190
Bursar’s office....................................(413) 775-1301
Business office ..................................(413) 775-1300
Career Center ..................................(413) 775-1818
• apply online Community education ....................(413) 775-1605
Computerized placement testing ....(413) 775-1147
• financial assistance available Cooperative education ....................(413) 775-1818
disability Services ............................(413) 775-1812
enrollment Services (registration) ..(413) 775-1801
• online fast-track, job skill building workshops financial aid........................................(413) 775-1109
health occupations division ........(413) 775-1621
health occupations information ......(413) 775-1801
• new Student orientation august 31 health Services ..................................(413) 775-1430
details at www.gcc.mass.edu/admission humanities division..........................(413) 775-1220
learning assistance Center ............(413) 775-1330
library..................................................(413) 775-1830
• reach your potential… Math/Science/Business division ........(413) 775-1440
public Safety........................................(413) 775-1212

www.gcc.mass.edu Student life ........................................(413) 775-1200


transfer office ..................................(413) 775-1207
Veteran’s Services..............................(413) 775-1102
Women’s resource room ..............(413) 775-1114
Workforce development....................(413) 775-1607
pleaSe reCyCle. Phone the college’s main number
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