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Online Mid-Fall delayed start courses let students pick up needed credits or take a full-time course load in the Fall 2012 semester. Online credits can also help students prepare in advance for the Spring 2013 semester.

NCC offers Online Learning courses from October 8 through December 15 (Final exams December 17-22) in a variety of disciplines. All credit courses are “V” sections and end in late December regardless of start date.

Registration for the Mid-Fall classes must be done in person at the at the Main or Monroe campuses. Students are encouraged to discuss their course selection with an academic advisor or to call 877-543-0998 to speak with a registrations representative.

Courses available for Mid-Fall 2012 include:

Business

  • Introduction to Business (BUSA 101)
  • Principles of Marketing (BUSA131)

Communication Studies

  • Speech Communications (CMTH102)

Computer and Information Science

  • Computer Technology I (CISC100)
  • Introduction to Computers (CISC101)
  • Microcomputer Applications (CISC104)

Early Childhood Education

  • Development and Learning in Early Childhood (EARL106)
  • Observation and Assessment (EARL107)
  • Arts in Early Childhood (EARL126)
  • Infant-Toddler Development and Learning (EARL128)
  • Early Childhood Mathematics (EARL208)
  • Childhood Literacy and Language (EARL216)
  • Child, Family and Communities (EARL217)
  • Early Childhood Science (EARL218)
  • Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Programs (EARL231)
  • Leadership Seminar in Early Childhood Education (EARL232)
  • Early Childhood Profession (EARL244)

Economics

  • Macroeconomics (ECON201)

English

  • English I (ENGL101C)
  • English II (ENGL151C)

History

  • Ancient and Medieval History (HIST103)
  • American History II (HIST163)

Mathematics

  • Pre-Algebra (MATH020)
  • Elementary Algebra (MATH022)
  • The Nature of Mathematics (MATH120)
  • College Algebra (MATH140)
  • Introductory Statistics (MATH150)

Philosophy

  • Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL201)
  • Ethics and Moral Problems (PHIL202 or PHIL202G)

Physical Education

  • Bowling (PHED117) or II (PHED230)
  • Fitness I (PHED130) or II (PHED230)

Political Science

  • American National Government (POLS110)

Psychology

  • Introduction to Psychology (PSYC103)
  • Child Psychology (PSYC251)
  • Abnormal Psychology (PSYC255)
  • Developmental Psychology (PSYC258)

Sociology/Anthropology

  • Cultural Anthropology (SOCA102)
  • Principles of Sociology (SOCA103)

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