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Current List of Classes

"Seats remaining" numbers are current as of Nov. 22, 2014, at 6:15 a.m. Classes listed on this page are subject to change.

The following curricula have specific admissions requirements in addition to the general admission requirements: Associate Degree in Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Emergency Medical Services – Enhanced, Emergency Medical Services – Intermediate, Phlebotomy, Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology.

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Classes being offered during the 2015 Spring academic term

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  Course Nbr. Subject, Section Title Credits Days Times Instructor Building Seats Left
29369 HIS 112-1W0V History of World Civilization II 3     Tantillo, Mary-Faith V   10
Notes: ONLINE class begins 1/10. Internet access required.
30395 HIS 112-2W1V History of World Civilization II 3     Crews Ph.D., Elmer Mickey   27
Notes: 12 week class begins 1/31and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
61588 HIS 112-1W1V History of World Civilization II 3     Bjelajac, Deborah Carol   25
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29370 HIS 121-1W0V United States History I 3     Tantillo, Mary-Faith V   5
Notes: ONLINE class meets 1/10. Internet access required.
29689 HIS 121-1W2V United States History I 3     Kelner, Deborah D   11
Notes: ONLINE class begins 1/10. Internet access required.
30032 HIS 121-2W1V United States History I 3     Martin, Nicole L   29
Notes: Twelve week course begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29371 HIS 122-1W0V United States History II 3     Tantillo, Mary-Faith V   17
Notes: ONLINE class begins 1/10. Internet access required.
30010 HIS 122-2W1V United States History II 3     Martin, Nicole L   27
Notes: Twelve week course begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
30413 HIS 122-1W2V United States History II 3     Kelner, Deborah D   15
Notes: ONLINE class begins 1/10. Internet access required.
30348 HLT 115-4W0V Introduction to Personal and Community Health 1     McCormick, Tara F   Closed
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
30349 HLT 115-5W0V Introduction to Personal and Community Health 1     McCormick, Tara F   15
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
29793 HLT 116-5W0V Personal Wellness 2     Rimmel, Robert H   27
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
30345 HLT 116-4W0V Personal Wellness 2     Rimmel, Robert H   7
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
29704 HLT 130-1W3V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 2     Atkins, Diana Thompson   11
Notes: eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students may be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html.
29765 HLT 130-1W5V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 2     Jump, David M   9
Notes: eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students may be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html.
29853 HLT 130-LW3V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 0     Atkins, Diana Thompson   11
29854 HLT 130-LW5V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 0     Jump, David M   9
30043 HLT 130-2W1V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 2     Jump, David M   17
Notes: Twelve week course begins 1/29 and ends 5/7. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students may be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
30044 HLT 130-L2W1 Nutrition and Diet Therapy 0     Jump, David M   17
Notes: eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students may be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
30059 HLT 130-4L0V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 0     Ellis, Stacey A   8
30061 HLT 130-4W0V Nutrition and Diet Therapy 2     Ellis, Stacey A   8
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
29624 HLT 160-2W3V Personal Health and Fitness 3     Smith, Cherie Rochelle   26
Notes: 12 week course begins 1/30 and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29697 HLT 160-1W0V Personal Health and Fitness 3     Mathias, Susan B   22
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
29876 HLT 160-LW3V Personal Health and Fitness 0     Smith, Cherie Rochelle   26
29877 HLT 160-LW0V Personal Health and Fitness 0     Mathias, Susan B   22
Notes: .
29989 HLT 206-1W0V Exercise Science 3     Ellis, Stacey A   10
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
29625 HLT 215-1W1V Personal Stress and Stress Management 2     Smith, Cherie Rochelle   25
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
50767 HLT 215-1W0V Personal Stress and Stress Management 2     McCormick, Tara F   10
Notes: Online class. Internet access required.
61595 HUM 295-2W1V Media and American Culture 3     Martin, Nicole L   20
Notes: Twelve week session begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29963 ITD 210-1W1V Web Page Design II 3     Andrews, Darrell W   28
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29663 ITE 115-1W1V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Nieves, Jose M   16
Notes: ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students may be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. MS Office 2010 software used. IC3 preparatory. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29787 ITE 115-1W0V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Lee, Arthur L   Closed
Notes: ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
30009 ITE 115-2W1V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Phillips, Charlene T   23
Notes: Twelve week course begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. . ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
30024 ITE 115-2W0V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Lee, Arthur L   24
Notes: Twelve week course begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2010 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2010 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2010. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. WEB BASED - eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html.
30075 ITE 115-4W0V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Stange, Melissa C   17
Notes: ONLINE first 8 week class beginning 1/10/14 through 3/6/14. Internet access required. ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
30248 ITE 115-5W0V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Stange, Melissa C   24
Notes: ONLINE second 8 week class beginning 3/7/14 through 5/8/14. ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
30487 ITE 115-2W2V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Lee, Arthur L   26
Notes: Twelve week course begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. WEB BASED - eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html.
50864 ITE 115-1W2V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Coffman Sr., Henry J   25
Notes: ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
51726 ITE 115-1W4V Intro Computer Applications and Concepts 3     Lee, Arthur L   23
Notes: ITE 115 currently uses Microsoft Office 2013 as the application software and Windows 7 as the operating system for this course. This includes the 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Students should recognize that not all editions of Microsoft Office include all four components (specifically Access). While LFCC recognizes that some students use other non-compatible operating systems and versions of Office, it is necessary to use the software which is most widely used for this course. Students wishing to use other computing platforms (e.g. Mac, Unix, Linux, etc.) as well as other versions of application software may do so, but those students will be responsible for working through any differences between the instruction provided and the hardware/software they are using. The textbook and associated software is designed specifically for Microsoft Office 2013. Students have the option of using the computers at the college (library and open computer labs) which have the appropriate software installed. eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html
48383 ITE 119-1W0V Information Literacy 3     Coffman Sr., Henry J   10
29664 ITE 120-1W1V Principles of Information Systems 3     Nieves, Jose M   6
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
48384 ITN 120-1W0V Wireless Network Administration 3     Coffman Sr., Henry J   14
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Wireless connection recommended.
29914 ITN 267-1W0V Legal Topics in Network Security 3     Coffman Sr., Henry J   24
Notes: WEB BASED - eLearning course - online course. Course is facilitated through the World Wide Web. Access to reliable, preferably high-speed, Internet connection required. Students must log into the VCCS Blackboard course management system on the first day of the semester to access course materials. Students will be required to participate in proctored assessment activities in conjunction with this course; these activities can be completed at LFCC Testing Centers free of charge. Proctored assessment fees, if any, incurred at other sites approved by the instructor are the responsibility of the student. For more information on eLearning at LFCC visit http://www.lfcc.edu/current-students/academic-information/distance-learning/elearning-at-lfcc/index.html. Prequisite: ITN 260
29630 ITP 100-1W1V Software Design 3     Nieves, Jose M   14
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29500 LGL 200-1W0V Ethics For The Legal Assistant 1     Hodges, Carrie C   20
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29497 MKT 100-2W1V Principles of Marketing 3     Rae, Virginia   19
Notes: 12 week course begins 1/31and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
67619 MKT 228-1W1V Promotion 3     Lubitz, Harry J   28
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29851 MKT 282-2W1V Principles of E-Commerce 3     Rae, Virginia   17
Notes: 12 week course begins 1/31 and ends 5/8. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
28710 MTE 001-7W1V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Bundick, Linda E   19
Notes: 1st five week session begins 1/10 and ends 2/13. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
28991 MTE 001-7W5V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Bundick, Linda E   20
Notes: 2nd five week session begins 2/14 and ends 3/20. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29261 MTE 001-7W3V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Bundick, Linda E   20
Notes: 3rd five week session begins 3/30 and ends 5/2. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
39603 MTE 001-1W0V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Garrand, Michael L   17
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
39604 MTE 001-1W6V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Garrand, Michael L   14
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
39605 MTE 001-1W2V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
39606 MTE 001-1W8V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins on 2/14 and ends on 3/20.
39607 MTE 001-1W4V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
39608 MTE 001-1W9V Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins on 3/30 and ends on 5/2.
56096 MTE 001-1W10 Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Rogers, Lisa R   14
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
56140 MTE 001-1W12 Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Rogers, Lisa R   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
60543 MTE 001-1W14 Operations-Positive Fractions 1     Rogers, Lisa R   17
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
28711 MTE 002-7W1V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Bundick, Linda E   18
Notes: 1st five week session begins 1/10 and ends 2/13. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
28992 MTE 002-7W5V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Bundick, Linda E   20
Notes: 2nd five week session begins 2/14 and ends 3/20. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29262 MTE 002-7W3V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Bundick, Linda E   20
Notes: 3rd five week session begins 3/30 and ends 5/2. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
39609 MTE 002-1W0V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Garrand, Michael L   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins on 1/10 and ends on 2/13.
39610 MTE 002-1W6V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins on 1/10 and ends on 2/13.
39611 MTE 002-1W2V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Garrand, Michael L   15
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins on 2/14 and ends 3/20.
39612 MTE 002-1W8V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins on 2/14 and ends on 3/20.
39613 MTE 002-1W4V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
39614 MTE 002-1W9V Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
56110 MTE 002-1W10 Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Rogers, Lisa R   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
56150 MTE 002-1W12 Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Rogers, Lisa R   14
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
60546 MTE 002-1W14 Operations-Positive Dec & %s 1     Rogers, Lisa R   17
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
28712 MTE 003-7W1V Algebra Basics 1     Bundick, Linda E   19
Notes: 1st five week session begins 1/10 and ends 2/13. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
28993 MTE 003-7W5V Algebra Basics 1     Bundick, Linda E   18
Notes: 2nd five week session begins 2/14 and ends 3/20. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29263 MTE 003-7W3V Algebra Basics 1     Bundick, Linda E   20
Notes: 3rd five week session begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
39615 MTE 003-1W0V Algebra Basics 1     Garrand, Michael L   17
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
39616 MTE 003-1W6V Algebra Basics 1     Garrand, Michael L   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
39617 MTE 003-1W2V Algebra Basics 1     Garrand, Michael L   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class starts 2/14 and ends 3/20.
39618 MTE 003-1W8V Algebra Basics 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
39619 MTE 003-1W4V Algebra Basics 1     Garrand, Michael L   15
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/20 and ends 5/2.
39620 MTE 003-1W9V Algebra Basics 1     Garrand, Michael L   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
56111 MTE 003-1W10 Algebra Basics 1     Rogers, Lisa R   17
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
60456 MTE 003-1W12 Algebra Basics 1     Rogers, Lisa R   15
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
60548 MTE 003-1W14 Algebra Basics 1     Rogers, Lisa R   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
28685 MTE 004-7W1V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Bundick, Linda E   16
Notes: 1st 5 week session begins 1/10 and ends 2/13. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
28956 MTE 004-7W5V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Bundick, Linda E   18
Notes: 2nd 5 week session begins 2/14 and ends 3/20. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29225 MTE 004-7W3V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Bundick, Linda E   17
Notes: 3rd five week session begins 3/30 and ends 5/2. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
39621 MTE 004-1W0V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   14
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
39622 MTE 004-1W6V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   15
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Course begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
39623 MTE 004-1W2V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
39624 MTE 004-1W8V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   17
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
39625 MTE 004-1W4V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   15
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
39627 MTE 004-1W9V First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   18
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
56114 MTE 004-1W10 First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Rogers, Lisa R   12
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
60463 MTE 004-1W12 First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Rogers, Lisa R   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 2/14 and ends 3/20.
60550 MTE 004-1W14 First Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1     Rogers, Lisa R   16
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 3/30 and ends 5/2.
28686 MTE 005-7W1V Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variable 1     Bundick, Linda E   16
Notes: 1st 5 week session begins 1/10 and ends 2/13. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
28957 MTE 005-7W5V Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variable 1     Bundick, Linda E   17
Notes: 2nd 5 week course begins 2/14 and ends 3/20. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
29226 MTE 005-7W3V Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variable 1     Bundick, Linda E   19
Notes: 3rd 5 week session begins 3/30 and ends 5/2. ONLINE class. Internet access required.
39718 MTE 005-1W0V Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variable 1     Garrand, Michael L   12
Notes: ONLINE class. Internet access required. Class begins 1/10 and ends 2/13.
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