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Accounting

ACCT-105Financial Accounting (Formerly Principles of Accounting I)

4 Credits

This course provides an introduction to the objectives, principles, assumptions and concepts of financial accounting. It focuses on procedures and practices from the accounting cycle through financial statement presentation with an emphasis on recognizing, valuing, reporting, and disclosing assets, liabilities, and equity. This course presumes no previous accounting knowledge.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement Test score Level 3 or ACCT103 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
ACCT-105-E51Orientation via online chat; 7/8/14; all day Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Grady L
ACCT-105-E52Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Grady L

ACCT-106Managerial Accounting (Formerly Principles of Accounting II)

4 Credits

This course introduces students to the concepts and applications of managerial accounting. Students focus on analysis and recording of various manufacturing costs, cost-volume-profit analysis, preparation of financial statements for a manufacturer, creation of static and flexible budgets and reports, evaluation of capital investments, and various costing systems.

Prerequisites
ACCT105 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
ACCT-106-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Dilcher J
ACCT-106-H51Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Penn Hall 324

Grady L

ACCT-130Accounting Applications for the Computer

3 Credits

This course provides a survey of automated accounting functions, including basic accounting procedures through the accounting cycle for service and merchandising businesses. Students implement current industry standard software to perform accounting functions and analyze financial statements.

Prerequisites
ACCT103 (C or better) or ACCT105 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
ACCT-130-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Dilcher J

American English as a Second Language

AESL-103Reading Skills for International Students

3 Credits

AESL103 is a reading course designed for intermediate level international students. Reading skills focus on reading comprehension and familiarity with American culture; vocabulary development, including word definition, denotation, connotation, and American idioms. Transferability determined by transfer institution.

Prerequisites
Placement by the Department of Language and Literature only
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
AESL-103-N57Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
Penn Hall 230

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
07:30 PM - 09:10 PM
Penn Hall 226

Witt E

American Sign Language

AMSL-111American Sign Language II

3 Credits

This course continues the work begun in AMSL110; students develop visual receptive skills, with a focus on visual memory, visual discrimination, and gestural expressive skills, and learn basic ASL vocabulary and grammatical structures. Students further their association with the American Deaf Community as a linguistic and cultural minority.

Prerequisites
AMSL110 (C or better) or equivalent
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
AMSL-111-N57Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Founders Hall 218

Keck W

Biology

BIOL-101Biological Science I

4 Credits

This course is an introduction to processes common to all living organisms. Science and the scientific method are described. Topics include: cell structure, energy transfer in plants and animals, classical genetics, molecular genetics, genetic engineering, and evolution. This course does not meet the curriculum requirements for biology majors.

Prerequisites
Reading Level 3 or READ110 (C or better) or permission of the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; Math Level 5 or higher or MATH095 (C or better); Writing Level 4 or COMP090 (C or better)
Additional Fees
$12.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-101-E52Orientation at Newtown: 7/1/14, 5:00pm, G205; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Marrington G
BIOL-101-H51Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Founders Hall 009

Fiedler D
BIOL-101-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
01:15 PM - 04:10 PM
Founders Hall 009

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
01:15 PM - 04:10 PM
Founders Hall 140

Knight K

BIOL-102Biological Science II

4 Credits

This course explores aspects of life at the macroscopic, whole-organism level. Topics are ecology, taxonomy, a survey of plant and animal life forms, and an examination of major systems for both plants and animals, with emphasis on humans. This course does not meet the curriculum requirements for biology majors.

Prerequisites
Reading Level 3 or READ110 (C or better) or permission of the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; Math Level 5 or higher or MATH095 (C or better); Writing Level 4 or COMP090 (C or better). BIOL1O1 is recommended but not required.
Additional Fees
$18.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-102-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Webb K

BIOL-115Basic Human Anatomy

3 Credits

This course is a study of human anatomy which develops a basic understanding of the structure and function of body organs and systems and their interactions. The topics of nutrition, metabolism, growth and development are also studied.

Prerequisites
Reading Level 3 or higher, or READ110 (C or better) or permission of the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Math Level 5 or higher, or MATH095 (C or better)
Writing Level 4 or higher, or COMP090 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-115-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher website; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Webb K

BIOL-122Biological Principles II

4 Credits

This course is a continuation of BIOL121 and focuses on comparative studies of plant and animal systems within an evolutionary framework. Additional topics include evolutionary theory, the tempo and mechanisms of evolution, speciation, population genetics, macro and microevolution, the evolutionary history of biological diversity and classification and ecology.

Prerequisites
BIOL121 (C or better)
Additional Fees
$28.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-122-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher website; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Phillips P

BIOL-181Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4 Credits

This course introduces the study of the human body and the basic structure of cells, tissues, and organs. The structure and function of the integumentary, muscular, nervous, and skeletal systems are also examined.

Prerequisites
CHEM101 (C or better) or CHEM121 (C or better) or recent High School Chemistry (C or better) and approval by the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Additional Fees
$30.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-181-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Afshar A
BIOL-181-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Founders Hall 016

Harris K

BIOL-182Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4 Credits

This course, a continuation of Human Anatomy and Physiology I, studies the structure and function of the cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, excretory, nervous, reproductive, and respiratory systems.

Prerequisites
BIOL181 (C or better)
Additional Fees
$21.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-182-B58Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
06:00 PM - 09:25 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 208

Wolfe R
BIOL-182-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher website; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Phillips P
BIOL-182-H51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Founders Hall 015

Afshar A
BIOL-182-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
12:30 PM - 03:55 PM
Founders Hall 015

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
12:30 PM - 03:55 PM
Founders Hall 141

Cooper S
BIOL-182-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Founders Hall 140

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Founders Hall 015

Pescatore J
BIOL-182-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
06:00 PM - 09:25 PM
Founders Hall 015

Barlow R
BIOL-182-U51Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Upper Bucks County Campus 150

Vira J

BIOL-228Microbiology

4 Credits

This course includes a study of viruses, protozoa, algae, fungi and with special emphasis, bacteria. Laboratories incorporate the preparation of cultures and use of aseptic laboratory techniques, stains and biochemical activity for identification of organisms. The relationship of microbes to health and disease are also studied.

Prerequisites
BIOL121 (C or better) or a grade of C or better in both CHEM101 and BIOL181
Additional Fees
$38.50: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
BIOL-228-H51Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Founders Hall 006

Lifson E
BIOL-228-H53Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
02:45 PM - 05:15 PM
Founders Hall 006

Lifson E
BIOL-228-H58Hybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:00 PM - 09:25 PM
Founders Hall 006

Crowell J

Chemistry

CHEM-101Chemistry A

4 Credits

This lecture and laboratory course examines basic principles of general and organic chemistry. Topics include nature of matter, measurement, dimensional analysis, atomic structure, bonding, properties of gases, liquids, solids, and solutions, chemical reactions, acids and bases, hydrocarbons, functional groups, radiochemistry, and nomenclature. Knowledge of arithmetic and basic algebra is essential.

Prerequisites
MATH095 (C or better) or Math Placement Test score of 5
Additional Fees
$25.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
CHEM-101-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
09:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Founders Hall 141

Grimes F
CHEM-101-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
12:30 PM - 03:45 PM
Founders Hall 117

Shalaby F
CHEM-101-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:45 PM
Founders Hall 250

Allen K

CHEM-122Chemistry II

4 Credits

This lecture and laboratory course is a continuation of CHEM121. Topics include molecular shape, chemical reactions, properties of liquids and solids and changes of state, solutions, reaction kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. Equilibrium topics include gaseous reactions, the ionization of weak acids and bases, hydrolysis of salts, and buffers.

Prerequisites
CHEM121 (C or better)
Additional Fees
$25.00: Science Lab Fees
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
CHEM-122-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Founders Hall 250

Fealy R
CHEM-122-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
02:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Founders Hall 250

Fealy R

Communication Studies

COMM-105Interpersonal Communication

3 Credits

This introductory communication skills course helps students develop competencies in social and professional communication. Students engage in activities and assignments that focus on interactions in the workplace as well as in other social contexts.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMM-105-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Pentimall Bookler M

COMM-110Effective Speaking

3 Credits

This course helps students build confidence in preparing and delivering informative and persuasive speeches. Topics include subject selection, audience analysis, research, organization, and use of voice and body in speech delivery.

Prerequisites
Writing Placement Test score of 6 or better or COMP107 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMM-110-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 100

Grace V
COMM-110-B57Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 100

Dolan J
COMM-110-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Altemose R
COMM-110-E52Orientation via online chat: 7/7/14, 6:00pm; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Queeney S
COMM-110-E53Orientation via online chat: 7/7/14, 2:00pm; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Mahmoud V
COMM-110-E54Orientation via online chat: 7/7/14, 7:00pm; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Henson B
COMM-110-E55Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Queeney S
COMM-110-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Music & Multimedia Center 017

Brooks B
COMM-110-N57Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Music & Multimedia Center 017

Srinivasan M
COMM-110-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Music & Multimedia Center 017

Robb J
COMM-110-U51Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Upper Bucks County Campus 121

Nierenberg S
COMM-110-U57Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Upper Bucks County Campus 121

Mahmoud V

COMM-111Media and Society

3 Credits

Students examine the social, legal, ethical, and political implications of the relationship between mass media and society, including world cultures and media influences. All students, particularly those who specialize in communication, multimedia, and journalism, gain through this college-level, survey course a foundation for future studies and responsible citizenship.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMM-111-E51Orientation is online; uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Queeney S

Communication/Performance

COMT-101Introduction to Theatre

3 Credits

Students in this course read, watch, discuss, and analyze plays. Plays represent historic high points of theater. Students examine aesthetic concerns of audience, playwright, performers, director, and designers.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMT-101-E51Orientation is online; uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Pentimall Bookler M

Composition/Writing

COMP-107Introduction to Academic Writing

3 Credits

To prepare students for COMP110, this course emphasizes paragraph development in academic, text-based essay assignments. Instructors guide students through the writing process, which requires critical thinking and decision-making in the use of evidence, sources, and rhetorical modes for effective paragraphs and essays.

Prerequisites
Writing Placement Test score of 4 or better or COMP090 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMP-107-B57Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 106

O'Neill S
COMP-107-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
12:30 PM - 03:40 PM
Penn Hall 310

Rubin A
COMP-107-N53Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 226

Gilmore L

COMP-110English Composition I

3 Credits

English Composition I emphasizes the systematic study of writing effective expository prose and argumentation, stressing development and support of a clear thesis. The focus of the course is to lay the foundation for future academic writing requirements, including the ability to analyze, synthesize, evaluate, summarize, paraphrase, and cite textual sources from required course readings.

Prerequisites
Writing Placement Test score of 6 or better or COMP107 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMP-110-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
12:30 PM - 03:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 107

Luciano E
COMP-110-E51Orientation is online; uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Kelleway K
COMP-110-E52Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Kandl C
COMP-110-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 218

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 324

Barber K
COMP-110-N57Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Penn Hall 218

Rubin A

COMP-111English Composition II

3 Credits

In this continuation of English Composition I, students write several analytical essays assigned in conjunction with classroom study of at least three genres of literature, including drama, poetry, and short fiction. After sequenced instruction in research techniques, students write an argumentative and scholarly research paper.

Prerequisites
COMP110 (C or better) or Permission of the Department of Language and Literature
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
COMP-111-B57Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 108

Colombo R
COMP-111-E51Orientation is online; uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Luciano E
COMP-111-E53Orientation is online; uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Diamond-Amorello J
COMP-111-E54Orientation is online; uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Diamond-Amorello J
COMP-111-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 216

Raimondo P
COMP-111-N53Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
12:30 PM - 03:40 PM
Penn Hall 216

Rubin A

Computer Information Science

CISC-110Introduction to Information Systems

3 Credits

This course provides an overview of business information systems. Topics include hardware and software fundamentals, use of software packages, effective use of networks, Internet, and other communication tools, the design of management information systems, as well as the ethical use of computers in business and society. Hands-on experience is provided.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement Test score of 41 or above, or Level 3
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
CISC-110-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:15 PM - 10:25 PM
Penn Hall 314

Bernstein L

CISC-122Computer Science II

4 Credits

This course is a continuation of Computer Science I and emphasis is placed on structured and object-oriented programming techniques. Topics include file I/O, lists, stacks, recursion, sorting, searching, strings, and their application in problem solving.

Prerequisites
CISC115 - Java based (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
CISC-122-N59Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:00 PM - 10:15 PM
Penn Hall 318

Summers J

Computer Science: Gaming

CISG-102Introduction to Game Design and Simulation

3 Credits

This course introduces the basic techniques, concepts, and vocabulary of electronic game and simulation development. Topics, such as storyboarding, character creation, scorekeeping, and the psychology of gaming will be discussed. Additionally students will develop games for both recreation and educational settings utilizing several types of software.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement Test score Level 3
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
CISG-102-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:15 PM - 09:30 PM
Founders Hall 157

Guiniven T

Criminal Justice

CRIJ-120Criminal Evidence

3 Credits

This course introduces students to the laws of evidence at the operational level of law enforcement officers and other criminal justice professionals. The major topics of study include the federal rules of evidence, arrest, force, search, and seizure.

Prerequisites
CRIJ100 or
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
CRIJ-120-E51Orientation is online; uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Jakub S

Economics

ECON-111Principles of Economics - Macro

3 Credits

An introduction to the basic principles of economics, with emphasis upon macroeconomic theory and analysis. Among topics considered are the scope and nature of economics, ideology and structure of the American economy, national income and employment theory, business fluctuations, money and banking, fiscal and monetary policies, and economic growth.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
ECON-111-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 104

DiLeonardo J
ECON-111-E51Orientation via online chat: 7/7/14, 7:00pm; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

McCoy D
ECON-111-E52Orientation is online; uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Cocca S
ECON-111-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 254

Cocca S

ECON-112Principles of Economics - Micro

3 Credits

Students study basic economic principles with particular emphasis upon microeconomic theory and problems. Among topics considered are the economics of the firm, the price system and resource allocation, the distribution of income, domestic economic problems, international trade, economic development and comparative economic systems.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
ECON-112-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 104

DiLeonardo J
ECON-112-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Cocca S
ECON-112-E52Orientation at Newtown: 7/7/14, 4:30pm, Penn 400 Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Beem C
ECON-112-U51Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
12:30 PM - 03:40 PM
Upper Bucks County Campus 121

Vaughn R

Health Education

HLTH-103Life and Health

3 Credits

An introduction to perplexing personal and social health problems IN contemporary society. This course provides opinions, data, and facts that help the student investigate these problems. A synthesis of knowledge is presented from a variety of disciplines, such as, medicine, psychology, physiology, sociology, sexology, and child development.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HLTH-103-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Sullivan L

HLTH-110Responding to Emergencies

3 Credits

This course teaches the principles and applications of first aid and safety so that the student can correctly respond to medical emergencies. Successful completion satisfies the certification requirements for Responding to Emergencies and CPR courses of the American Red Cross. A $19.00 fee is charged by the Red Cross for certification.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HLTH-110-B58Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:55 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 202

Hellerstein H

HLTH-120Nutrition

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to nutrition as a health science that examines the nutrients essential to human life. The metabolic action, requirements, and food sources of the nutrients are studied. Needs and behavior patterns in children and adults are used to illustrate the relationship between diet and health.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HLTH-120-E52Orientation at Newtown: 7/7/14, 6:00pm, Roll 116; Uses Canvas and MyLabs/Mastering; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Bradshaw W

HLTH-120NNutrition

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to nutrition as a health science that examines the nutrients essential to human life. The metabolic action, requirements, and food sources of the nutrients are studied. Needs and behavior patterns in children and adults are used to illustrate the relationship between diet and health.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HLTH-120N-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Fedorko K

History/Historic Preservation

HIST-112History of Western Civilization II

3 Credits

This course is a survey of Western human history and explores the social, political, religious, intellectual, and artistic achievements from the around the year 1500 to the present.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HIST-112-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Mancini R

HIST-139World War II

3 Credits

This course is a survey of the Second World War. Major topics include the roots and causes of the war, diplomacy, the major campaigns and battles, and the home-fronts of the major participants.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HIST-139-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Sutton M

HIST-151U.S. History: Young America

3 Credits

This course is a survey of the United States from the background of independence until the end of the Reconstruction Era. Students explore the social, cultural, economic, and political dynamics of America’s agrarian age.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HIST-151-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Totten J
HIST-151-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 253

Totten J

HIST-152U.S. History: Modern America

3 Credits

This course is a survey of the Industrial Age until the end of the Vietnam War and beyond. Students explore the social, cultural, economic, and political dynamics of America’s industrial development and position as a world power.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HIST-152-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Sutton M
HIST-152-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 256

Hodgson J

HIST-190Afro-American History

3 Credits

This course is a study of the history of African-Americans from their origins in Africa to the present. Students examine the social, political, legal and economic history of the African-American community. Major topics include the impact of slavery, military service, and the Civil Rights Movement and Black Power Movement.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HIST-190-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Gross-Dorf S

Humanities

HUMN-111Humanities I

3 Credits

This course is a historical survey of the art, literature, music, philosophy, technology, science, and religion of ancient cultures (25,000 B.C.E. -300 C.E.) Students explore the major themes at the heart of the Western cultural tradition.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HUMN-111-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Fast J

HUMN-120Survey of World Religions

3 Credits

This course is a study of the historical development of world religion from pre-civilization to the development of the major religions of India, (Hinduism Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism), the Far East (Taoism, Confucianism, and Shintoism), and the Near East (Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam).

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
HUMN-120-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 304

Mulroney J

Italian

ITAL-111Elementary Italian II

3 Credits

In this interactive course students continue the work of ITAL111; students acquire a further working knowledge of Italian necessary to accomplish basic tasks. It continues to emphasize comprehension and more practice in pronunciation and conversation and addresses listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within an authentic Italian cultural context.

Prerequisites
ITAL110 (C or better) or equivalent
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
ITAL-111-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Bandurski K

Law

LAWS-160Wills, Trusts, and Estates

3 Credits

Probate, Estate, and Fiduciary Code as amended and applied in Pennsylvania with emphasis on wills, trusts, administration of estate from death, through preparation and filing, to inheritance and estate tax return, accounting and distribution of assets. Adoption, living wills, durable powers of attorney, and appointment of guardians are covered.

Prerequisites
LAWS100 or LAWS110
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
LAWS-160-H573 Class Meetings at Newtown: 7/17, 7/31, 8/14; Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

Thursday, July 17, 2014
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Founders Hall 212

Thursday, July 31, 2014
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Founders Hall 212

Thursday, August 14, 2014
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Founders Hall 212

Simcox C

LAWS-180Business Organizations: Paralegal

3 Credits

An overview of corporations pursuant to the Pennsylvania Corporation Law, and partnerships pursuant to the Uniformed Partnership Act, as well as sole proprietorships in businesses. An analysis of the rules and reasons as they apply to the individual in business as either a sole proprietorship, corporation, or partnership.

Prerequisites
LAWS100 or LAWS110
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
LAWS-180-H573 Class Meetings at Newtown: 7/8, 7/15, 7/22; Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

Tuesday, July 08, 2014
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Penn Hall 224

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Penn Hall 224

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Penn Hall 224

Costello H

LAWS-225Advanced Legal Research and Writing

3 Credits

This course emphasizes the systematic study of electronic legal research and critical analysis of legal issues, location, and evaluation of appropriate legal authority and application of such authority to the resolution of hypothetical factual situations. Includes preparation of effective written persuasive presentations in acceptable legal format.

Prerequisites
LAWS220 and either LAWS100 or LAWS110; or permission of the Department of Business Studies
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
LAWS-225-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Costello H

Literature

LITR-206English Literature in the 19th and 20th Century

3 Credits

This course traces the development of British Literature from the beginning of the 19th Century to the present through the examination of representative literary and historical/cultural texts from a diverse range of writers and perspectives.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
LITR-206-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Barber K
LITR-206-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 212

Gilmore L

LITR-232American Literature from 1865

3 Credits

This course surveys the development of American Literature from Whitman to the present, with emphasis upon thorough acquaintance with the work of the significant writers of the period, including women and minorities, in their historical and cultural context.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
LITR-232-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Bruck S

LITR-277Introduction to Short Fiction

3 Credits

This course explores the short story and novella as meaningful literary forms, with emphasis on structure and technique. Lectures and classroom discussions are reinforced by examinations, critical essays, and exercises in critical analysis.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
LITR-277-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Freeman J

Management

MGMT-100Introduction to Business

3 Credits

This course examines the social, legal, ethical, economic and political interactions of business and society in the United States and internationally. Business and non-business majors learn about the relationship and impact of business to society in which they are citizens, consumers, and producers.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MGMT-100-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Imber B
MGMT-100-E52Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Luce G

MGMT-110Small Business Management

3 Credits

This course reviews considerations faced by an individual planning to establish and manage a small business venture in today’s complex business environment. It includes a review of legal forms of ownership, financial planning and resources, considerations of management, operations and control, ethical issues, and the importance of social responsibility.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MGMT-110-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Dunn C

MGMT-130Business Law

3 Credits

This course examines the fundamentals of Business Law, the legal process and environment within which individuals and business operate, and the relationship of law, business, and the individual. Topics include the basic elements of a contract, the Uniform Commercial Code, and provision on sales and negotiable instruments.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MGMT-130-E52Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Timby T

MGMT-180Legal Environment of Business

3 Credits

This course examines the various classifications of the law and the rights and responsibilities imposed on the business community by our legal system. It introduces students to the evolutionary process of the legal system and its impact on the individual, business environment, and upon society as a whole.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MGMT-180-E52Orientation via online chat: 7/7/14, 12:00pm; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Costello H

MGMT-200Organizational Behavior

3 Credits

This course examines the nature of individual and group employee behavior in a work environment and how it affects organizational performance. Psychological principles explain how and why people act as they do. It includes an emphasis on the use of theories as conceptual tools for analyzing and solving personnel problems.

Prerequisites
MGMT100 or MGMT110 or permission of the Department of Business Studies
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MGMT-200-E52Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Imber B

MGMT-230Principles of Management

3 Credits

This course presents the principles, techniques, and concepts needed for managerial analysis and decision making. It highlights the effective management of planning, organizing, influencing, and controlling related to the internal and external environment and issues of ethics and social responsibility. It emphasizes a variety of communication skills.

Prerequisites
MGMT100 or MGMT110 or permission of the Department of Business Studies
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MGMT-230-E52Orientation at Newtown: 7/7/14, 4:30pm, Penn 400; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Beem C
MGMT-230-H58Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Newtown Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Penn Hall 322

Sell K

Marketing

MKTG-100Principle of Marketing

3 Credits

This course examines the major elements in the marketing mix, including product planning, pricing, channel and logistics of dispersion, and promotion. It reviews consumer demand, as well as principles, functions, and the basic problems and opportunities that exist in the world of marketing.

Prerequisites
MGMT100 or MGMT110 or permission of the Department of Business Studies
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MKTG-100-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Dunn C
MKTG-100-HB7Uses CanvasHybrid (Face-To-Face + Online)

Lower Bucks Campus
July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

In person meetings:

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Wednesday
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 107

Sell K

MKTG-200Advertising

3 Credits

This course studies advertising theory, design, functions, principles, and procedures. It emphasizes the utilization of various media, along with the overall advertising campaign strategy based on creative problem solving. Topics include creative promotional activities, particularly as they help to integrate advertising into the marketing program.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MKTG-200-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Luce G

Mathematics

MATH-089Fast Track Mathematics

1 Credit

This course reviews various mathematical concepts from Pre-Algebra through Pre-Calculus. After taking the math placement test, students work with math software to strengthen their mathematical knowledge and potentially increase their placement score through the software, leading to continue with other courses within a program of study earlier.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-089-E51Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Termine J
MATH-089-E52Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Wiley K
MATH-089-EM1Online

July 23, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Termine J

MATH-090Prealgebra

3 Credits

This course provides preparation for study in algebra. Topics include a review of basic arithmetic skills, fractions and decimals, an introduction to signed numbers, variables, and equation solving. Transferability is determined by transfer institution.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 1
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-090-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 314

Hunsberger R

MATH-095Basic Algebra

3 Credits

This is an introductory course in Algebra. Topics include operations with numerical and algebraic expressions, including rational and radical expressions, factoring, and graphing. Study skills are also emphasized.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 3 or MATH090 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-095-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 103

Derosa J
MATH-095-E51Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Termine J
MATH-095-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Founders Hall 115

Summers P

MATH-101Mathematical Concepts I

3 Credits

This course is primarily for liberal arts and education majors, and emphasizes mathematical systems and reasoning. Course content includes sets, symbolic logic, and elementary probability and such optional topics as basic statistics, game theory, or linear programming.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 5 or better or MATH095 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-101-E51Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Magnavita T

MATH-103Intermediate Algebra

3 Credits

This course provides a preparation for more advanced study in mathematics and related fields. Topics include simplifying algebraic expressions, including fractional and radical expressions, solving linear, quadratic, rational, and radical equations, graphing algebraic functions, and an introduction to logarithms.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 5 or MATH095 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-103-B52Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 103

Wallace J
MATH-103-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and MyLab/Mastering; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14.Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Magliaro W
MATH-103-E52Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Morelli A
MATH-103-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Founders Hall 135

Magliaro W
MATH-103-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Founders Hall 106

Smith E
MATH-103-U59Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Upper Bucks County Campus 255

Lever T

MATH-105Mathematics for Educators II

3 Credits

This course provides a continuation of the mathematics preparation for students interested in elementary education. Topics include rational numbers, real numbers, probability, statistics, measurement, and geometry.

Prerequisites
MATH102 (C or better) or Permission of the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-105-E51Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Wiley K

MATH-115Elementary Statistics

3 Credits

This course is primarily for business, science, liberal arts, and education majors. Topics studied include descriptive measures for empirical data, theory of probability, probability distributions, sampling distributions of statistics from large and small samples, estimation theory, hypothesis testing, correlation, and regression.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 7 or better or MATH101 (C or better) or MATH103 (C or better) or MATH110 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-115-E51Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Fratantaro S
MATH-115-E52Orientation is online; Uses MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Fratantaro S
MATH-115-N59Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Founders Hall 135

Pitonyak F

MATH-117Finite Mathematics for Business

3 Credits

This is primarily for students of accounting, business, economics, management, data processing, technologies, and related fields. Topics include linear and quadratic models, matrix theory, linear systems and linear programming, probability, and expected value.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 7 or better or MATH103 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-117-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Founders Hall 117

Wong S

MATH-118Business Calculus

3 Credits

This is an introduction to basic calculus with emphasis on applications to business, economics, management, information science, and related fields. Topics include relations and functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, techniques of differentiation, chain rule, applications of differentiation, antiderivatives, the definite integral, the fundamental theorem of calculus, and applications of integration.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 8 or better or MATH117 (C or better) or MATH120 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-118-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Founders Hall 234

Savescu M

MATH-120College Algebra

4 Credits

This course is designed to strengthen and increase the understanding of basic algebraic concepts before a student undertakes advanced study in mathematics. Topics include algebra of the real numbers, algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs, systems of equations, inequalities, and absolute value.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 7 or better or MATH103 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-120-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Founders Hall 135

Magliaro W
MATH-120-U51Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Upper Bucks County Campus 255

Pappadakis M

MATH-122Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry

3 Credits

Topics in this course includes right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions and their inverses, identities, equations, solutions of oblique triangles, complex numbers, and analytic geometry.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 8 or better or MATH120 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-122-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Founders Hall 117

Wong S

MATH-140Calculus I

4 Credits

This is the first course in the calculus sequence for physical science, business, computer science, mathematics and engineering students. Topics include: limits, the rate of change of a function, derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions, applications of derivatives, integration, and applications of the definite integral.

Prerequisites
Math Placement Test score of 11 or MATH125 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-140-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Founders Hall 204

Beers J
MATH-140-N59Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:00 PM - 10:10 PM
Founders Hall 204

Erickson J

MATH-141Calculus II

4 Credits

This course is a continuation of Math 140. Topics include differentiation and integration of transcendental functions, indeterminate forms, methods of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, parametric equations, and polar coordinates.

Prerequisites
MATH140 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MATH-141-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Founders Hall 204

Beers J

Medical Assistant

MEDA-120Medical Terminology

3 Credits

This is an introductory course in medical terminology. The course focuses on accurate spelling and pronunciation of terms and building knowledge of basic medical vocabulary with an emphasis on prefixes, suffixes, roots, and combining vowels. Anatomical, physiological, and pathological terminology are covered. Terminology related to the body systems is discussed.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MEDA-120-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Zieziula M

MEDA-205Medical Law and Ethics

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to the concepts of medical law and ethics for health care practitioners. Topics including criminal and civil acts, contracts, negligence, and ethical concepts as they relate to the medical profession. Managed care, HIPAA and other health care legislative rulings are discussed.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MEDA-205-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Aglow M

Music Majors Only: Lessons

MUSL-112Principal Lesson II

1 Credit

MUSL112, a continuation of MUSL111, is private applied instruction on the student's principle instrument. Students develop technical competency, learn representative musical repertoire, and advance performance skills in their chosen area of emphasis.

Prerequisites
MUSL111
Audition
Department Placement Exam
Enrollment in Music Transfer Major (curriculum code: 1019)
Permission of the Department of the Arts
Additional Fees
$450.00: Music Lesson Fee
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MUSL-112-L31Face-To-Face

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Days / Times TBA

Gehman P

Music: Academic

MUSC-101Introduction to Music

3 Credits

This course is a listening-based survey of Western art music from Gregorian chant to the present, including a study of basic acoustics and musical notation. Subject matter includes representative composers, their lives, times, and works, as well as musical instruments, styles, genres, and forms presented in an historical context.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MUSC-101-E55Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and MyLab/MasteringOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Bresnen S

MUSC-103World Music

3 Credits

Beginning with a preliminary study of music fundamentals and an overview of societal contexts of music and musicians, this listening-oriented survey of traditional and popular music from around the world employs the ethnomusicological approach to explore the diverse musical heritages of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Middle East.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MUSC-103-E56Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Baumeister J

MUSC-105American Music

3 Credits

This course is a listening-based survey of American music from Colonial times to the present, including a study of basic acoustics and musical notation. Subject matter includes representative American composers, their lives, times, and works, as well as musical instruments, styles, genres, and forms presented in an historical context.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
MUSC-105-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Baumeister J

Philosophy

PHIL-105Critical Thinking

3 Credits

Students examine the nature of both formal and informal reasoning in order to think more clearly and avoid biases. In addition to studying informal fallacies, students learn basic patterns of deductive and non-deductive argument analysis. Examples from across disciplines help students apply critical thinking to all areas of inquiry.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PHIL-105-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Brahinsky J

Physical Education

PHED-133Archery

2 Credits

This course is designed to teach the student fundamentals in archery skills and competition. Special attention will focus on the selection and rules for competitive shooting and skills involved in target field, clout, and flight shooting. Concepts of exercise physiology and proper nutrition will be presented.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PHED-133-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 08:45 PM
Gymnasium GYMC

Bradshaw W

Physics

PHYS-107Physics B

4 Credits

This course is a continuation of PHYS106. It is a non-calculus study of the fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, geometrical, and physical optics. This course places emphasis on the mathematical solution of problems based on an understanding of the underlying physical phenomena.

Prerequisites
PHYS106 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PHYS-107-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Delahanty F
PHYS-107-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
09:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Founders Hall 152

Welsh R

PHYS-122Physics II

4 Credits

This course provides a continuation of PHYS121 and utilizes calculus in the solution of physics problems. Topics include: electric forces and fields, potential, direct current and transient circuits, magnetic forces and fields, electromagnetic induction, geometric and physical optics.

Prerequisites
PHYS121 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PHYS-122-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Delahanty C
PHYS-122-E52Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Delahanty F
PHYS-122-E53Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Delahanty C
PHYS-122-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Founders Hall 152

Duncan H

Political Science

POLI-111American National Government

3 Credits

An examination of the workings of American government at the national level. A consideration of who gets what, when, how, and why. An introduction to effective citizenship, suitable for all students.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
POLI-111-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Pezza G

POLI-120American State and Local Government

3 Credits

The problems, structure and major functions of government at the state and local levels. Emphasis is on the political processes in the suburban, urban, and state political systems.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
POLI-120-E51Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Pezza G

Psychology

PSYC-100Psychology of Personal Awareness

3 Credits

This course seeks to promote personal growth. Students examine definitions of the healthy personality, the historical, biological and historical views of adjustment, theories of personality, assertiveness training, issues pertaining to women and minorities, and various methods of achieving a healthy adjustment to societal and individual stresses.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PSYC-100-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Rewald L

PSYC-110Introduction to Psychology

3 Credits

Introduction to Psychology is the scientific study of the psychological factors which influence the behavior of individual organisms, both animal and human.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement Test score Level 3 or higher or READ110 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PSYC-110-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 105

Ford C
PSYC-110-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Andrews T
PSYC-110-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 300

Kepler M
PSYC-110-N58Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Penn Hall 253

Genovese C
PSYC-110-U58Face-To-Face

Upper Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Upper Bucks County Campus 119

Weachter D

PSYC-120Human Sexuality

3 Credits

This course seeks to foster healthy attitudes toward sexuality by providing knowledge and having discussions about the formation of sexual attitudes and myths, the physiology of human sexual systems, psychological aspects of sex roles, love and human sexuality, sexual minorities, and the legal aspects of sexuality.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PSYC-120-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 102

Ford C
PSYC-120-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Andrews T

PSYC-181Developmental Psychology - Lifespan

3 Credits

This course describes the intellectual, emotional, social, and physiological development of the human being. Development will be studied from conception through adulthood and aging.

Prerequisites
PSYC110 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PSYC-181-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 101

Lenherr K
PSYC-181-E51Orientation is online; Uses Canvas and a publisher websiteOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Horback S

PSYC-280Psychology of Abnormal Behavior

3 Credits

This course presents a summary of the field of abnormal behavior. It analyzes current theories which attempt to explain the development of personality and the cause of mental illness. Also discussed are diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and the techniques currently used.

Prerequisites
PSYC110 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
PSYC-280-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Gross D

Reading

READ-089Fast Track Reading

1 Credit

<p>This self-paced course assesses, strengthens, and develops reading skills. Focus of instruction is on basic comprehension skills which are assessed by the College’s placement test, such as identification of main idea, supporting details, sentence relationships, and author’s purpose and tone.</p>

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
READ-089-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
10:30 AM - 11:35 AM
Penn Hall 200

Cichon T
READ-089-N52Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
12:30 PM - 01:35 PM
Penn Hall 200

Piotrowicz J

READ-090Introduction to College Reading

3 Credits

This introductory course prepares students to read college textbooks and related course material. Emphasis is on developing the ability to apply, monitor, and adjust reading strategies for increased understanding. Topics include comprehension and critical reading skills, vocabulary development, and basic college success skills.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement Level I, or completion of AESL 103 (C or better), or permission of the Department of Language and Literature.
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
READ-090-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
12:30 PM - 03:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 106

Tantum M

READ-110College Reading and Study Strategies

3 Credits

This course develops and improves reading comprehension skills and learning strategies that will enhance academic performance across the curriculum. Emphasis is on the transfer and application of comprehension, critical thinking, vocabulary, and study skills to college course material.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement Level 2, or completion of READ090 (C or better), or permission of the Department of Language and Literature
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
READ-110-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 204

Cianni P

Science: General

SCIE-102Astronomy

3 Credits

Astronomy provides a survey of our knowledge of the structure, formation and evolution of Earth, the solar system, the stars, and the galaxies. The course will focus on the logical development of ideas and concepts within the framework of science.

Prerequisites
Reading Placement test Level 3, or READ110 (C or better), Math Placement test score of 5 or higher, or MATH095 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
SCIE-102-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Babij M
SCIE-102-E52Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Babij M

Sociology

SOCI-110Introduction to Sociology

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to the basic concepts in the field of sociology, with emphasis upon the application of these concepts to the understanding of American institutions: politics, economics, religion, education, marriage, and the family.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
SOCI-110-B51Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Lower Bucks County Campus 105

Platts K
SOCI-110-B58Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 105

Probst M
SOCI-110-E51Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Probst M
SOCI-110-E52Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Jakub S
SOCI-110-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 11:40 AM
Penn Hall 300

Platts K

SOCI-130Contemporary Social Problems

3 Credits

A systematic study of changing American social problems and controversies. Selected topics such as poverty, crime, drug abuse, problems of the family, problems of the aged, changing sex roles, and the abortion debate are examined.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
SOCI-130-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Niclaus E

SOCI-150Criminology

3 Credits

The sociological relationships involved in the causes and prevention of crime and juvenile delinquency and in the treatment of criminal offenders.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
SOCI-150-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Jakub S

Spanish

SPAN-111Elementary Spanish II

3 Credits

This interactive course builds on the instruction from SPAN110; students continue to acquire a basic knowledge of understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. Oral proficiency, listening, comprehension, and grammatical accuracy are all stressed. Cultural background accompanies each chapter.

Prerequisites
SPAN110 (C or better) or equivalent
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
SPAN-111-B57Face-To-Face

Lower Bucks Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Lower Bucks County Campus 104

Lavado L
SPAN-111-N57Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
06:30 PM - 09:40 PM
Penn Hall 218

Nissly J

Visual Arts/Fine Arts

VAFA-193History of Modern Art

3 Credits

This survey course covers painting, sculpture, and/or architecture from the late-nineteenth century up to the present. Students gain a formal understanding of major twentieth-century stylistic movements. They interpret selected examples of Modern art using a variety of analytic methodologies, including cultural, religious, social, political, and/or economic context.

Prerequisites
Writing Placement Test score of 6 or better or COMP107 (C or better)
SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
VAFA-193-E21Orientation is online; Uses Canvas; Check Canvas for viewing access only as early as 6/30/14Online

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Swan L
VAFA-193-N57Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Monday Wednesday
06:00 PM - 09:15 PM
Music & Multimedia Center 012

Riccardi D

Visual Arts/Multi-Media

VAMM-100Digital Imaging

3 Credits

This studio course presents in-depth techniques for image creation and manipulation using current software applications. Peripherals, file formats, resolution requirements, media storage, and digital photo processing are explored. Emphasis is on image-making methods used to create raster and vector graphics for print and the web.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
VAMM-100-N51Face-To-Face

Newtown Campus

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014
Tuesday Thursday
08:30 AM - 01:40 PM
Music & Multimedia Center 015

Dorfman R

VAMM-110Web and Interactive Design

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to the XHTML coding and techniques used to create websites. Students learn to design and develop interactive websites using both editors and hand coding skills. Project management and design skills are introduced. The semester culminates in the development of a website.

SectionDeliveryDates / Times / LocationsInstructor
VAMM-110-E51Orientation is online; Uses CanvasOnline

July 07, 2014 - August 14, 2014

Konkel J
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