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New GRCC classes offered in 2012 Winter semester


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AS 108 Stars, Galaxies, & Cosmology

Credits: 4
Prerequisites: None

Meeting Times:
Lecture: Tues/Thurs: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Lab: 12:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

Professor: William Millar

Brief Description: formation of stars and planetary systems; life and properties of stars; death of stars; sturcture of the Milky Way; cassification of galaxies; history and understanding of the universe; models of the universe

CHI 102 Introductory Chinese II

Credits: 4
Prerequisites: CHI 101

Meeting Times:
Tues/Thurs: 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Professor: TBA

Brief Description: follow-up to CHI 102, continues the study of the Chinese language; increase characters (vocabulary) and grammar structures; develop the capacity to read, write, speak, and use Chinese in real life communicative situations; field trip to the Chinese New Year Celebration

CLS 150 Leadership Development

Credits: 2
Prerequisites: None

Meeting Times:
Tues: 6 – 8 p.m.
Professor: TBA

Brief Description: learn effective and ethical leadership skills and practices; topics include leadership on campus, strategic planning skills, and ethical issues; address the prctical applications of leadership for use on campus, in the community, and within the workforce; earn a “B” or better and receive a $100 scholarship

HS 293 Topics in History: The Legacies of WWI

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

Meeting Times:
Mon/Wed: 3 – 4:30 p.m.
Professors: Robert Hendershot & Susan Williams

Brief Description: examine WWI and its aftermath; reading intensive, multi-disciplinary course featuring mini-lectures, class discussions, and adventures galore; enrollment limited to 22 students

PO 270 Alternative Photographic Processes

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: PO 220

Meeting Times:
Tues/Thurs: 2:45 – 5:45 p.m.
Professors: TBA

Brief Description: students will learn how to print using both existing large format negatives or enlarged digital negatives for printing using the above historical processes utilizing Adobe Photoshop and inkjet printers

PS 250 American Constitutional Foundations

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: PS 110 & EN 102

Meeting Times:
Mon/Wed: 1 – 2:30 p.m.
Professors: Heather Forrest

Brief Description: studies the significant impact the judicial system has on the political system; analyze political and constitutional sources of institutional power, civil liberties, and civil rights; explore the Supreme Court a major player in social change in past and present American society

Enrollment Dates
Oct. 18 : 36 earned credits or higher
Oct. 21 : 24 earned credits or higher
Oct. 25 : 12 earned credits or higher
Oct. 27 : 0-11 earned credits or higher
Nov. 1 : Open Enrollment

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