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GCC Catalog 20172018 GatewayCT.edu

Table of ConTenTs WelCome aCademiC Calendar inTroduCTion appliCaTion and admission proCedures paymenT poliCies finanCial aid sCholarships aCademiC poliCies and proCedures regisTraTion WorkforCe devel

A Message from the President I am pleased to welcome you to Gateway Community College GCC. Within these pages you will find a wealth of information about the college, its over 90 degree and certificat

aCademiC Calendar 2017 2018 fall 2017 August 25 August 28 August 29 September 2 4 September 5 October 17 October 20 November 3 November 10 November 22 November 23 November 26 December 11 December 1

INTRODUCTION ABOUT THIS CATALOG This catalog contains both academic and general information and Gateway Community Colleges policies at the time of publication. Each student is responsible for becoming

ACCREDITATION Gateway Community College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc. NEASC through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Accreditation of an

ATM Machines ATM machine is located in the North building entrance by security station. CAFETERIA While classes are in session, food service is open Monday through Thursday 800 A.M. to 200 P.M., and

Visitor Parking Anyone visiting the college for business before the semester begins will be considered a visitor. Visitors will park in the Temple Street Garage and receive a ticket. Tickets will b

3. The right to consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in the students education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. FERPA

UNIFORM CAMPUS CRIME REPORT Gateway Community College herein complies with the State of Connecticuts Campus Safety Act, Public Act 90259 and with the Cleary Act, both of which mandates the annual publ

Lab Assistants Responsibilities Oversee the Colleges open labs and uphold the Computer Use Policy Assist students who are currently enrolled in Gateway classes Monitor and report to the Information Te

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION PROCEDURES Admissions Office 203 2852010 Gateway Community College is dedicated to providing educational opportunities through an opendoor admission policy to graduates of an

Exemptions will be granted only Individuals born in the United States before January 1, 1957 are exempt from supplying MMRV Individuals born in the U.S. prior to January 1, 1980 are exempt from prov

3. Notwithstanding the number of degree or certificate credits which shall be granted in accordance with the foregoing, the student must complete at least twentyfive percent of the minimum credit req

that priorities go to Connecticut students in the event of budget andor space limitations Nonresident students whose traveling time would be less if attending a Connecticut community college than if

PAYMENT POLICIES Bursars Office 203 2852009 Location North Building Room N216 Hours 815 a.m. to 415 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 815 a.m. to 645 p.m. Wednesday Miscellaneous Cash, Checks

Checks returned by the bank Checks that are returned from a bank for any reason must be replaced with cash, money order or bank check within seven days one week of the colleges receipt of notification

College Service Fee Connecticut Resident 1 Credit 2 Credits 3 Credits 4 Credits 5 11 Credits College Service Fee NonResident 1 Credit 2 Credits 3 Credits 4 Credits 5 11 Credits College Service Fee

Tuition and Fee Notes Allied Health and Nursing students who pay Clinical Program fees are exempt from Materials fees for DMS, NMT, NSG, RAD, RDT, and RST lab courses. OnlineDistance Learning courses

Return of Title IV Funds The College maintains a fair and equitable refund policy as mandated by the U.S. Department of Education regulations. These refund and repayment rules apply only to students w

FINANCIAL AID Telephone 203 2852030 Gateway Community College is committed to providing access to higher education by minimizing economic barriers. The College provides several options for financial a

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant The FSEOG Program provides needbased grants to lowincome undergraduate students to promote access to postsecondary education. Institutional financial

TREATMENT OF TITLE IV AID WHEN A STUDENT WITHDRAWS Gateway Community College offers the following Title IV programs that are referred to when a student withdraws during a semester Federal Pell Grants,

ORDER OF RETURN OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM FUNDS Funds credited to outstanding loan balances for the repayment period of enrollment for which a return of funds is required, must be returned in t

RepeatedAudit Coursework Financial aid recipients are limited to one repetition of a previously passed course in their program of study. A second repetition of a previously passed course will not be e

INCOMPLETE GRADES Financial aid students must complete all grades of Incomplete I prior to the beginning of the subsequent semester. Eligibility for continued financial aid will be determined only aft

ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES REGISTRATION Fall and spring registration dates are established each semester for new and returning students. While every effort will be made to meet the educational n

CHANGING YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE You are urged to seek advice from an academic advisor if you have any questions about changing your classes. Making changes to your course load or schedule without consult

A course Withdrawal or Incomplete shall make the student ineligible for Deans List recognition that semester. Upon completion of the Incomplete, the student may be recognized retroactively. Stude

ACADEMIC SUSPENSION A suspended student must wait at least one 1 semester before applying for readmission.After academic suspension, readmitted students who wish to enroll again must comply with the f

GRADES All colleges will use the same system of values for grades awarded. Values to be used for all calculations of grades, averages, and related matters, are as follows A AB B BC 4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7

Administrative Transcript Notations AU Audit An administrative transcript notation for students auditing a course. Students not wishing credit may audit a course. This status will allow them to parti

Grades with an asterisk before the Fall 2004 or Grades with a carrot starting with the Fall 2004 These administrative transcript notations indicate the Fresh Start Option has been invoked. Those

FRESH START 1. Colleges shall have a policy called Fresh Start, which will allow students who have not attended college for a period of two or more years and who have a poor academic record to refresh

INDEPENDENT STUDY Independent Study provides special opportunities beyond the course offerings of the catalog. To be eligible, a students cumulative grade point average must be 3.0 or better. Interest

Characteristic of a successful online student Highly motivated, organized, independent learners Possess good time management skills Have good reading, writing, and communication skills Be able to

Assessment by Portfolio allows students to demonstrate competence in one or more courses in their program of study. The student must compile a portfolio that includes relevant leaning experiences, d

TRANSCRIPTS Students desiring to have official transcripts of grades mailed to other educational institutions must complete a Request on mycommmet or a Request of Transcript form in the Records Office

COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY COT ENGINEERING PATHWAY The Engineering Science Pathway program allows community college students to follow an integrated curriculum at Connecticuts public and private colleges a

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CONTINUING EDUCATION The GREAT Center Telephone 203 2852300 The mission of the GREAT Center, Gateways Resource, Education and Training Center, is to be the educator of choice fo

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP Federal and state grants administered for employment and training to those eligible. Contact the program coordinator for seat availability, requirements

LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES BOOKSTORE Telephone Email Website 203 8655614 0809mgrfhey.follett.com www.gctc.bkgtr.com The bookstore carries all course textbooks, other reading materials, art and science

COLLEGE WRITING CENTER Coordinator 203 2852245 Offering nonevaluative feedback, on any reading or writing assignment across the collegelevel curriculum, Writing Center tutors devote 45 minutes to work

FIRST NIAGARA LIBRARY AND LEARNING COMMONS Telephone 203 2852057 Gateway Community College maintains a full service library which provides a variety of print and electronic resources that support and

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT ATHLETICS AND INTRAMURAL SPORTS Telephone 203 2852213 Gateway Community College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic

GENDER EQUITY CENTER Telephone 203 2852412 The Gender Equity Centers offers a safe and welcoming space that indorses a non judgmental and supportive atmosphere. The Gender Equity Center Coordinator is

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Telephone 203 2852033 Student Development supports the education and preparation of students for full participation in civic, cultural, and professional life. Our department strive

New Students All new students first time freshman must attend a New Student Advising Registration NSAR session. NSAR is Gateways program to assist new students in understanding the academic world, an

RETENTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES Telephone 203 2852090 Succeeding in college requires that students address areas both inside and outside the classroom that may impact their learning. The Student Succes

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Effective Fall 2016, General Education requirements include offerings that focus on the subject matter the arts and humanities, the sciences, including mathematics, and

Aesthetic Dimensions AD Goal Students will understand the diverse nature, meanings, and functions of creative endeavors through the study and practice of literature, music, the theatrical and visual a

GENERAL EDUCATION COMPETENCY COURSES Code WC I WC II Competency Courses Written Communication I ENG 101 Composition Written Communication II ENG 102 Literature Composition ENG 200 Advanced Composit

ELECTIVES These are courses selected by the student according to program requirements. When selecting electives, especially for transferability to another institution, students should consult their ac

ACADEMIC DEFINITIONS The following definitions are helpful to know when selecting your program and courses Credit Hours cr. College work is measured in units called credit hours. A credithour value i

DEGREE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS AA Associate in Arts AAS Associate in Applied Science AS Associate in Science C Certificate TiTle CSCU PATHWAY AND OTHER TRANSFER OPPORTUNITIES ALLIED HEALTH Health C

BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY BOT Administrative Assistant Option BOT Administrative Assistant BOT Office Applications Skills Update BOT Customer Service Technology BOT Electronic Health Records and Codi

ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES Entrepreneurial Studies Entrepreneurial Studies FIREFIGHTER 1 2 Firefighter 1 2 GENERAL STUDIES General Studies HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Restaurant and Food Service Management

ALLIED HEALTH HEALTH CAREER PATHWAYS Certificate The Health Career Pathways Certificate program is designed to assist students in achieving success in health care programs. Students will be provided w

PREDENTAL HYGIENE TRANSFER COMPACT Associate of Science General Studies The Gateway Community College PreDental Hygiene Transfer Compact is designed to provide academic opportunities for students who

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed SK Gen Ed HK Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Elective Title BIO 121 General Biology HIS 101 Western Civilization I or HIS 102 Western Civilization II

EXERCISE SCIENCE AND WELLNESS Associate in Science PROGRAM MISSION To prepare students with the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary for competent practice in exercise and for employment in the h

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course EXS 101 NTR 102 Gen Ed SK Gen Ed WC Gen Ed QR Title Introduction to Exercise Science Wellness Nutrition I Principles of Nutrition BIO 105 Introduct

FITNESS SPECIALIST Certificate FITNESS SPECIALIST STUDIES MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Fitness Specialist Studies certificate program is to prepare graduates with entry level skills, and flexi

NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Program Mission To prepare graduates with entrylevel skills, competence, and flexibility to compete successfully in a dynamic employment market wherever food, nutrition, and we

Graduation Requirements In addition to the Colleges general requirements, this program requires a minimum grade of C in each and all science, math and programspecific courses. The student must also su

Summer Session Course NTR 210 Title Nutrition Internship I Total Semester Credit Hours Third Semester Course Gen Ed SR NTR 104 NTR 201 NTR 212 Title CHE 111 Concepts of Chemistry Life Cycle Nutriti

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING AND THERAPY PROGRAMS The field of Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy includes some of the most rapidly advancing careers in modern medicine. Gateway Community College responds to this b

CLINICAL SITES Clinical learning experiences are planned as an integral part of the Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy courses and are held at a variety of healthcare settings. Students are responsible fo

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY Associate in Science The Associate Degree program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography prepares students for employment as an entrylevel sonographer in hospitals, clinics, pr

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to Competently perform entry level sonography exams and tasks Evaluate p

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Summer Session I Course DMS 100 Title Principles of Sonography Total Semester Credit Hours First Semester Practicum at affiliates Tuesday and Thursday Course DMS 120 DMS 121 DM

NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science The Associate in Science degree and certificate programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology prepare students for employment as nuclear medicine technologis

Operation of Instrumentation Involves the operation of imaging instrumentation Gamma camera and PET imaging systems with or without sealed sources or radioactive materials or xray tubes for attenuatio

Winter Intersession Practicum at affiliates Monday through Friday, 40 hrs.week Course NMT 113 Title Clinical Internship I Total Semester Credit Hours Second Semester Practicum at affiliates Tuesday

NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY Certificate The certificate program in Nuclear Medicine Technology is designed to prepare students for employment as nuclear medicine technologists in hospitals, medical of

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Program requirements will be changing for the year 2017. For more information, please contact Mary Beth Banks, Allied Health Nursing Enrollment Services Assistant, at 203 2852388

RADIATION THERAPY Associate in Science A Radiation Therapist delivers radiation treatment as prescribed by a physician for the treatment of disease, primarily cancer. The Radiation Therapist will moni

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quantitative Reasoning Scientific Knowledge Understanding Criti

Summer Session 40 hrs.week at clinical affiliates Monday through Friday, May through August Course Gen Ed CALT Title RDT 126 Clinical Internship II Total Semester Credit Hours Third Semester Pract

RADIOGRAPHY Associate in Science The Associate Degree program in Radiography prepares students for employment as entrylevel radiographers in hospitals, outpatient facilities, medical offices, communit

RADIOGRAPHY PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, the graduate should be able to Competently perform procedures and tasks necessary to fulfill the responsibilit

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quantitative Reasoning Scientific Knowledge Understanding Criti

Summer Session 40 hrs.week at clinical affiliates from 800 am 300 pm or 300 pm to 1000 pm as assigned Course RAD 188 Title Clinical Internship II Total Semester Credit Hours Credits 4 4 Third Semes

ART STUDIO ART Associate in Science The Studio Art program provides a strong basic foundation in the visual arts along with a background in general education. Furthermore, it prepares students for con

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ART 109 ART 111 ART 121 ART 151 Gen Ed WC I Title Color Theory Drawing I TwoDimensional Design Painting I ENG 101 Composition Total Semester Credit Ho

STUDIO ART GRAPHIC DESIGN OPTION Associate in Science The Studio Art Graphic Design Option program provides a strong basic foundation in the visual arts along with a background in general education. F

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course GRA 149 GRA 151 ART 111 ART 121 Gen Ed WC I Title Introduction to Adobe Creative Suite Graphic Design I Drawing I TwoDimensional Design Composition To

WEB DESIGN Certificate The Web Design certificate can be used as a stepping stone to the Studio ArtGraphic Design Option degree program. It will prepare the student for transfer onto a Baccalaureate D

AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY The Automotive Technology Department offers programs in the following areas Comprehensive Automotive Repair and Service Degree CARS Comprehensive Automotive Repai

First Semester Course AUT 132 AUT 136 AUT 138 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Title Automotive Systems and Shop Practices Steering and Suspension Systems Braking Systems ENG 101 Composition MAT 109 Quantitat

COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICE CARS Certificate The objective of the Comprehensive Automotive Repair and Service CARS Certificate is to educate those seeking employment in the field of au

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY GENERAL MOTORS GM GENERAL MOTORS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EDUCATION PROGRAM ASEP Associate in Applied Science The Automotive Service Education Program ASEP was designed by General Mo

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS TAP Competency Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quantitative Reasoning Scientific Knowledge Understanding Critic

Summer Session Course AUT 171 Third Semester Course AUT 201 AUT 203 AUT 261 Ged Ed SP Gen Ed Title GM Engine Performance GM Manual Drivetrain GM Internship 3A Choose one course in Social Phenomena

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY HONDA PACT Associate in Applied Science The mission of the Honda PACT Degree Program is to educate those seeking employment in the field of automotive technology. It will prepar

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course AUT 144 AUT 148 AUT 181 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Second Semester Course AUT 140 AUT 146 AUT 281 Gen Ed CALT Gen Ed Summer Course AUT 159 AUT 283 Thir

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY HONDA PACT Certificate The mission of the Honda PACT Certificate Program is to educate those seeking employment in the field of automotive technology. It will prepare students f

BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Associate in Science The complexity of business demands a constant supply of trained managers and administrators. This career program prepares students for managerial

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ACC 113 BBG 231 CSA 135 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Title Financial Accounting Business Law I Spreadsheet Applications Composition MAT 137 Intermediate Alg

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Certificate This certificate program upgrades students business and management skills andor allows them to obtain credits as prerequisites for higher education programs. PROGRA

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING OPTION Associate in Science The complexity of society requires trained personnel to interpret and manage the fiscal aspects of business and industry. The curriculum

First Semester Course ACC 113 BBG 231 CSA 135 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Second Semester Course ACC 117 Gen Ed OC BMG 202 Gen Ed SP Gen Ed CALT Title Principles of Managerial Accounting BBG 210 Busi

ACCOUNTANTS ASSISTANT Certificate This program is for the mature individual who has previous office experience and is seeking additional skills. Upon completion of this program, the Accountants Assist

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT OPTION Associate in Science The Business Administration Management Option helps meet the growing need for qualified supervisory and entrylevel managers in the Greate

First Semester Course BBG 231 CSA 135 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed CALT Title Business Law I Spreadsheet Applications ENG 101 Composition MAT 137 Intermediate Algebra or higher BES 218 Entrepreneu

MANAGEMENT Certificate The Management Certificate allows the student to focus on the specific skills needed for success in todays workplace. It is designed for those who do not have the time to pursue

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MARKETING OPTION Associate in Science In todays global, digitized, and interactive business world, marketing offers a viable opportunity for business students. Marketing is dyn

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BBG 231 BMK 201 Gen Ed OC Gen Ed QR Gen Ed WC I Second Semester Course ACC 113 BMG 220 CSA 135 Gen Ed WC II Gen Ed CALT Third Semester Course BM

PUBLIC UTILITY MANAGEMENT Associate in Science The Public Utility Management program will provide graduates with a wide variety of career options in the field. The industry offers an array of career t

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ACC 113 BMG 110 ECN 101 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Course Name Principles of Financial Accounting Public Utility Management Macroeconomics ENG 101 Composi

BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to Demonstrate technical proficiency in

BOT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPTION SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BOT 111 BOT 220 BMG 202 CSA 135 Gen Ed WC I Second Semester Course BOT 137 Gen Ed WC II Gen Ed QR Gen Ed CALT

BOT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Certificate This is a skillsoriented sequence for students who do not wish to pursue an associate degree option. However, credits earned as part of this certificate progra

BOT CUSTOMER SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Certificate This program prepares students for entrylevel customer service representative positions. It provides training in technological and soft skills required for

BOT ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS AND CODING Associate in Science This program prepares students for entrylevel positions in medical coding and billing. Duties include creating electronic health records a

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BOT 111 BOT 220 CSA 135 Gen Ed WC I HIM 101 Title Keyboarding for Information Processing I Computerized Communication Spreadsheet Applications ENG 101

BOT LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPTION Associate in Science The duties of a legal administrative assistant vary considerably depending on the specialty of the law office. However, all legal adminis

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ACC 100 BBG 231 BOT 111 CSA 135 Gen Ed CALT Title Basic Accounting Business Law I Keyboarding for Information Processing I Spreadsheet Applications Ch

BOT MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPTION Associate in Science The duties of a medical administrative assistant will vary among medical office environments such as hospitals, outpatient facilities,

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BOT 111 CSA 135 HIM 101 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Title Keyboarding for Information Processing I Spreadsheet Applications Medical Terminology ENG 101 Com

BOT MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Certificate The Medical Administrative Assistant Certificate prepares students to work in a medical office or hospital. In addition to regular office duties, a med

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY Connecticuts College of Technology is an innovative course of study for men and women considering a career in the challenging and rewarding fields of engineering and

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed SK EGR 111 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed SP Course Name CHE 121 General Chemistry I Introduction to Engineering ENG 101 Composition MAT 254 C

TECHNOLOGY STUDIES Associate in Science Leading to the School of Technology at Central Connecticut State University and Charter Oak State College. GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Writt

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed HK Gen Ed QR PHY 121 Gen Ed SP Title ENG 101 Composition HIS 101 Western Civilization I MAT 186 Precalculus General Physics I PS

COMPUTER SCIENCE COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon the successful completion of all program requirements, the graduate should be able to Identify the principal components of a computer system an

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CSA 105 or CSC 101 Gen Ed QR Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed OC Elective Title Introduction to Software Applications or Introduction to Computers MAT 115 Mathema

COMPUTER SCIENCE Certificate The Computer Science Certificate program provides students with requisite skills for entrylevel positions. The program is especially suited to those who wish to gain more

COMPUTER SCIENCE DATA SECURITY SPECIALIST Associate in Science The Computer Science Data Security Specialist will prepare students to be employed as specialists in I.T. data security. This program add

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CSC 101 or CSA 105 CST 133 Gen Ed CALT Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Title Introduction to Computers or Introduction to Software Applications Networking Fun

COMPUTER SCIENCE MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT Associate in Science The Computer Science Mobile Application Development program will enable students to develop skills in website and native app design

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CSC 101 or CSA 105 CSC 262 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Title Introduction to Computers or Introduction to Software Applications Programming Mobile Devices

COMPUTER SCIENCE NETWORKING OPTION Associate in Science The Computer Science Networking Option allows students to focus on the specific knowledge, skills, and abilities identified and recommended by t

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quantitative Reasoning Scientific Knowledge Understanding Criti

COMPUTER SCIENCE Certificate Networking The objective of the Computer Science Networking Certificate is to help meet the growing need for qualified networking specialists in the Greater New Haven are

DRUG AND ALCOHOL RECOVERY COUNSELOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL RECOVERY COUNSELOR MISSION STATEMENT To prepare students to enter the field of alcohol and drug recovery counseling. The program provides students

A counselors success in carrying out a practice dimension depends on his or her ability to attain the competencies underlying that component. Each competency, in turn, depends on its own set of knowle

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course DAR 101 DAR 111 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed CALT Gen Ed SP Second Semester Course DAR 112 DAR 158 DAR 213 PSY 245 Gen Ed OC Third Semester Course DAR 251

DRUG AND ALCOHOL RECOVERY COUNSELOR Certificate This certificate program prepares students to take the certification exam used by the state of Connecticut administered by the Connecticut Certification

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Associate in Science The Early Childhood Education Program has earned Accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Childre

Standard 3 Observing, Documenting, and Assessing to Support Young Children and Families Students prepared in early childhood degree programs understand that child observation, documentation, and other

Program Philosophy The early childhood education program at Gateway Community College adopts a philosophy that includes a perspective about how learning occurs and how the teaching act influences lear

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CAREER PATH Associate in Science GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quan

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ECE 101 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed SP PSY 122 Ged Ed Title Introduction to Early Childhood Education ENG 101 Composition PSY 111 General Psychology Child Gro

CONTINUED STUDIES TRANSFER PATH This path is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four year institution for further study towards the ECE Teacher Certification. It also prepares you with t

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed SP PSY 122 ECE 101 Gen Ed Title ENG 101 Composition PSY 111 General PsychologyI Child Growth and Development Introduction to Early

ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP Certificate Provides specialized collegelevel course work in administration, leadership, and management to parallel the competency and training requirements needed to obt

CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE CREDENTIAL Certificate The Child Development Associate Credential CDA is a national credentialing program that focuses on the skills of early care and education professiona

TEACHER ASSISTANT Certificate This program prepares students to be assistant teachers and teacher aides in the early education and care profession. The program also provides training for individuals a

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION Associate in Science The Early Childhood Special Education Associate in Science degree program provides students with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

Recognize such aspects of exceptionalities as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD, communication disorders, mental retardation, emotional and behavioral disorders, learning

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ECS 107 ECS 112 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed SP Elective Title Introduction to Exceptional Children I Introduction to Early Childhood Special Education I ENG 1

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION Certificate The Early Childhood Special Education Certificate program provides students with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Graduates are able to sc

INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT Certificate The Early Childhood Special Education Infant and Toddler Development certificate program prepares students to care for and teach infants and toddlers from bi

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science The rapid development of biomedical equipment technology, combined with the introduction of increasingly complex and vital

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BME 110 CET 116 EET 110 Gen Ed QR Gen Ed SK Title Biomedical Technology Computer Applications for Technology Electric Circuits I MAT 175 College Alge

COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science The Computer Engineering Technology program provides training in hardware configuration, software development, programming applications, and the in

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CAD 126 CET 116 EET 110 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Title Electrical GraphicsCAD Computer Applications for Technology Electric Circuits I ENG 101 Compositi

COMPUTER SERVICING Certificate The Computer Servicing Certificate Program is designed for students seeking entry level technical skills for the information technology IT industry. The Program consists

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science The Electrical Engineering Technology program focuses on a variety of electrical and electronic devices, circuits, systems, and related applicati

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CET 116 CAD 124 EET 110 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed CALT Title Computer Applications for Technology CAD Electrical Electric Circuits I ENG 101 Comp

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN Certificate The Electronics Technician Certificate program is designed for students who are interested in pursuing immediate employment in the electronics industry, while allowi

MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science Manufacturing Engineering Technology is a varied and challenging field that is becoming increasingly important with the advent of new producti

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CET 116 ARC 133 MFG 102 Gen Ed QR Gen Ed OC Title Computer Applications for Technology Technical Drafting Manufacturing Processes MAT 175 College Alg

QUALITY CONTROL Certificate The Quality Control Certificate program is a sequence of courses that prepares students for the Certified Quality Technician CQT certification examination by the American S

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science Mechanical Engineering Technology concerns power and the machinery used to convert power to useful work. The Mechanical Engineering Technician is

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course ARC 133 CAD 108 CET 116 Gen Ed QR MFG 102 Title Technical Drafting CAD Introduction Computer Applications for Technology MAT 175 College Algebra and T

COMPUTER ASSISTED DRAFTING Certificate This certificate program develops entrylevel skills for individuals interested in using Computer Assisted Drafting CAD to produce detailed architectural or schem

RAILROAD ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate in Science Railroad Engineering Technology will prepare students for employment in the railroad industry within a career path for maintaining and repairing ra

RAILROAD ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to Demonstrate and have an understanding of typical railroad rules and regula

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CET 116 EET 103 RET 101 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed CALT Title Computer Applications for Technology Fundamentals of Electricity History of Railroad

RAILROAD ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Signaling Communications Option Associate in Science GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social Phenomena

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CET 116 EET 103 RET 101 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed CALT Title Computer Applications for Technology Fundamentals of Electricity History of Railroad

ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES Associate in Science Small businesses are vital to the growth of our economy and will create the majority of new jobs. This career program prepares stud

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BBG 231 Gen Ed CALT BMK 201 CSA 135 or CSC 101 Gen Ed WC I Title Business Law I BES 218 Entrepreneurship Principles of Marketing Spreadsheet Applicat

ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES Certificate The certificate program is designed to prepare prospective entrepreneurs in the fundamentals of starting and managing their own businesses and to launch new venture

FIREFIGHTER 1 2 FIREFIGHTER 1 2 Certificate This Certificate was developed in collaboration with local fire agencies to provide career pathways that meet the needs of emergency response and fire ser

GENERAL STUDIES GENERAL STUDIES Associate in Science The General Studies curriculum provides the fundamentals of a college education together with a range of open electives, allowing students to explo

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR IDS 114 Elective Elective Title ENG 101 Composition MAT 109 Quantitative Literacy or higher Foundations Academic Inquiry HIS o

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT RESTAURANT AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT Associate in Science The food service industry is one of the fastestgrowing industries in this country and now ranks third in the nation i

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quantitative Reasoning Scientific Knowledge Understanding Criti

Third Semester Course HSP 134 HSP 211 HSP 231 HSP 237 Gen Ed SK Title Hospitality Customer Relations Food and Beverage Cost Control Hospitality Law Hospitality Marketing Choose one course in Scienti

CULINARY ARTS Certificate The Culinary Arts Certificate program is the first step toward a career in the food preparation industry. The 30 credit hour certificate program is open to both fulltime and

PROFESSIONAL BAKER Certificate This certificate is designed to further the education and training for those already working in this field as well as to accommodate individuals entering careers in the

HOTEL MANAGEMENT Associate in Science The lodging industry is one of the fastestgrowing industries in the nation. In the more than 50,000 hotels and motels in the U.S.A., nearly four million rooms are

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Competency Area Written Communication I Written Communication II Social PhenomenaKnowledge Understanding Quantitative Reasoning Scientific Knowledge Understanding Criti

Third Semester Course HSP 211 HSP 231 ACC 113 CSA 135 Gen Ed SK Title Food and Beverage Cost Control Hospitality Law Principles of Accounting I Spreadsheet Applications Choose any course in BIO, CHE

MEETINGS, CONVENTIONS AND SPECIAL EVENTS MANAGEMENT Certificate This certificate is designed for students seeking careers in the growing field of meeting planning. It will also develop and update the

HUMAN SERVICES HUMAN SERVICES Associate in Science The field of Human Services is dynamic and challenging. The concept of human services stresses care for the whole individual and his or her relation

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed SK Gen Ed WC I HSE 101 Gen Ed QR SOC 101 Title BIO 110 Principles of the Human Body or BIO 115 Human Biology ENG 101 Composition Introduction

HUMAN SERVICES TRANSFER Associate in Science This course of study prepares students for transfer into a fouryear college while training them in human services and developing the skills necessary in en

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed WC I HIS 101 or HIS 102 HSE 101 Gen Ed QR SOC 101 Second Semester Course Gen Ed WC II POL 111 Gen Ed SP SOC 111 or SOC 210 Elective Third S

HUMAN SERVICES Certificate The Human Service Certificate curriculum is designed for the professional who is already employed in the field of Human Services. For more information, contact Kim Shea, Pro

HUMAN SERVICES GERONTOLOGY OPTION Associate in Science This option prepares students for entrylevel positions working with the elderly and for transfer to a fouryear college. The option presents the d

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed SK Gen Ed WC I HSE 101 Gen Ed QR SOC 101 Title BIO 113 Physiology of Aging ENG 101 Composition Introduction to Human Services MAT 109 Quantit

GERONTOLOGY Certificate The gerontology certificate curriculum meets the continuing educational needs of providers and users of services to older citizens. Applicants may be employees in the field of

YOUTH WORKER Certificate This certificate supports the professional development of people who work with youth, ages 12 and up. The program facilitates an understanding of adolescent development and th

INTERDISCIPLINARY PEACE, COLLABORATION CONFLICT INTERDISCIPLINARY PEACE, COLLABORATION CONFLICT Certificate The Interdisciplinary Peace, Collaboration, and Conflict Certificate IPCC promotes the kno

LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Associate in Arts The Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences LAS is designed for students who wish to complete a rigorous course of s

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS In order to transfer as efficiently as possible and complete your baccalaureats degree without needed to take extra credits, all course selections should be made based on intended

University of Connecticut The Guaranteed Admission Program GAP is a transfer agreement between Connecticut Community Colleges and the University of Connecticut that guarantees admission to the Univers

NURSING NURSING Associate in Science The Connecticut Community College Nursing Program CTCCNP is an innovative associate degree program of study offered at six Connecticut Community Colleges. Gateway

PROGRAM OF STUDY The following program of study reflects a fulltime curriculum plan that students enrolled in the nursing program are required to complete for graduation. Many students make the decisi

RETAIL MANAGEMENTFASHION MERCHANDISING RETAIL MANAGEMENTFASHION MERCHANDISING Associate in Science Retail and fashion are exciting and vital industries in our economy. This program prepares students f

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course BMK 201 BMK 220 BMK 255 Gen Ed QR Gen Ed WC I Title Principles of Marketing Sales Fashion Analysis MAT 109 Quatitative Literacy or higher ENG 101 Com

RETAIL MANAGEMENT FASHION MERCHANDISING Certificate The certificate program is designed to offer an abbreviated study in retailing and fashion merchandise to prepare for work in these industries or t

SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TOXICOLOGY Associate in Science The Environmental Science and Toxicology program offers students a broad educational approach to the many careers available to them up

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course CET 116 Gen Ed WC I EVS 100 or EVS 114 Gen Ed QR Gen Ed SP Title Computer Applications for Technology ENG 101 Composition Introduction to Environmen

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TOXICOLOGY Certificate The Environmental Science and Toxicology certificate prepares students for entrylevel technician positions in the fields of environmental science, toxi

NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS Associate in Science The Natural Sciences and Mathematics program prepares qualified students to work at research facilities as laboratory or research assistants andor

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE First Semester Course Gen Ed SK COM 171 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed SP Title CHE 121 General Chemistry I Fundamentals of Human Communication ENG 101 Composition MAT 172

TECHNOLOGY CLEAN WATER MANAGEMENT Certificate The Clean Water Management Certificate will train students to meet the skill and knowledge specifications required by higher level water pollution control

SOLAR TECHNOLOGY Certificate The Solar Technology Certificate will teach students operational skills and will impart a basic understanding of photovoltaic solar electric, solar thermal waterairheating

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS First Semester Course WMT 101 CWM 106 Second Semester Course ENV 110 WMT 102 or WMT 103 Title Environmental Regulations Special Topics in Water Treatment Special Topics in Wate

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS First Semester Course FTA 112 FTA 116 Gen Ed WC I Gen Ed QR Gen Ed OC Title Computer Applications for Technology Building Construction ENG 101 Composition MAT 115, MAT 137 or

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Courses with an asterisk have been converted to the Community College System Common Course Numbers. 298 Special Topics Courses 16 S.H. Provides students the opportunity to enroll

ANTHROPOLOGY ANT 105 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SP 3 S.H. The student of peoples interactions in communities, behaviors, beliefs, and institutions. It examines theories of how cultures are

ART 131 Sculpture I 3 S.H. Introduces pricniples and materials that facilitate student response to threedimensional forms. Stresses the concepts of modeling, carving, construction, portrait sculpture,

AUTOMOTIVE AUT 110 GM Engine Repair 3 S.H. Focuses on basic engine theory, nomenclature, and skills necessary to service and repair current model year General Motors engines. Upon completion of the co

AUT 144 Honda ElectricalElectronic Systems 4 S.H. Covers in both theory and practice, automotive electrical and electronic systems. Students will study the most updated HondaAcura electronic systems a

AUT 201 GM Engine Performance 3 S.H. Introduces GM ASEP program students to fuel and emission system theory and repair in accordance with NATEF standards. Presents content specified in the current GM

AUT 244 Honda Advanced Electrical Systems 4 S.H. Covers advanced electrical theory, diagnosis, and repair of HondaAcura vehicles. An overview of various hybrid systems will be presented. Investigation

AUT 282 Advanced Fuel Injection Systems 3.5 S.H. Covers advanced fuel injection system theory, nomenclature, and diagnosis and repair, and includes OBDII, scan diagnostics, emission control systems, e

BIO 212 Anatomy and Physiology II SR SK 4 S.H. Builds on the knowledge learned in BIO 211. Covers the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive s

BUSINESS GENERAL BBG 101 Introduction to Business 3 S.H. Introduces the principles and practices of business management. Applies management principles to various types of business and industrial organ

BES 219 Management and Growth Small Business 3 S.H. Focuses on concepts, processes, and techniques for managing and growing a small business, whether it is a forprofit, nonprofit, or social venture.

BMG 203 Leadership 3 S.H. Provides an indepth examination of the nature and importance of leadership concepts and principles as applied to organizational effectiveness. Leadership research, practice,

BMK 230 Advertising and Promotion 3 S.H. Discusses special practices in retail advertising and sales promotion. Includes strategic promotional planning, preparing a mediawide retail promotional campai

BOT 112 Keyboarding for Information Processing II 3 S.H. Improves on the skills developed in the beginning course and introduces a variety of production problems, including correspondence, tabulations

BOT 279 BOT Administrative Practicum 4 S.H. Provides onthejob experiences in the offices of the College, area businesss, local lawyers or doctors offices or hospitals. Students are required to work a

CHE 122 General Chemistry II SR SK 4 S.H. Builds on the knowledge learned in General Chemistry I. Includes reaction rates, electrochemistry, equilibrium conditions, pH, buffers and energy effects in

CWM 114 Clean Water III 3 S.H. Introduces the safe and effective operation of wastewater treatment plants including odor control, nitrogen and phosphorous removal, wastwater reclamation and recycling,

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING CAD 108 CAD Introduction 3 S.H. Introduces the procedures and techniques of ComputerAided Design CAD. Lectures cover production of orthographic and simple isometric drawings f

CET 126 Computer Servicing 4 S.H. Presents an overview of a microprocessing system with emphasis on hardware design, operation, troubleshooting, and servicing. The lab provides practical experience wi

CSA 296 CWE Computer Applications 3 S.H. Places senior Computer Science students in positions where they can use the technical skills acquired in this program. Assignments may be in an educational or

CSC 262 Programming Mobile Devices I 3 S.H. Introduces students to the various platforms in use on small and mobile devices. Platforms include Apple iPhone Google Androis OS Microsoft Windows Mobile a

CST 183 Networking IV 4 S.H. Serves as the fourth course in a series of four courses that introduces new content and extends previously learned networking skills. This series will empower students to

CST 289 Cyber Forensics 3 S.H. Provides students with the basic theoretical and practical foundations of investigating computer related or assisted crimes. Digital forensics will be discussed and outl

DMS 122 Clinical Practicum I 2 S.H. Students will be assigned to a clinical site for approximately 224 hours two days per week throughout the semester. With supervision, students will assist with pati

DMS 226 Advanced Sonography Seminar 3 S.H. Explores the advanced uses of sonographic technology, including 3D4D, esastography, contrast agents, and radiofrequency ablation. Sterile technique and the r

DAR 158 Biology of Addiction 3 S.H. Studies how and why drug abuse impacts both the human body and society. Students are introduced to the process of neurotransmission and learn how each class of psyc

ECE 103 Creative ExperiencesChildren 3 S.H. Provides a variety of art experiences suitable for young children. Includes experimentation with and the use of various media, techniques, and methods. Emph

ECE 205 Creative Activities and Media 3 S.H. Provides teachers of young children an indepth involvement in the art experience and an understanding of how art is integral to the curriculum for young ch

ECS 112 Introduction to Early Childhood Special Education 3 S.H. Focuses on early intervention for infants and toddlers from birth through age two and on preschool special education for three to fivey

ECONOMICS ECN 101 Macroeconomics SP 3 S.H. Presents major topics in macroeconomics markets, households, business, government and foreign sectors, and the effects of the above on employment and nationa

EET 256 Microprocessors 4 S.H. Presents the programming fundamentals of a particular microprocessor and its instruction set, as well as how to write programs with this instruction set. Students will a

EGR 221 Introduction to Electrical Circuit Analysis 3 S.H. Analyzes electrical networks incorporating passive and active elements through basic laws and techniques. Covers transient and forced respons

ENG 114 Childrens Literature 3 S.H. Develops students knowledge of and appreciation for childrens literature. Students will explore childrens stories and the components of good childrens literature by

ENG 231 British Literature I CALT AD Course has not been offered in the past two years 3 S.H. Surveys representative works of British literature from the AngloSaxon period through the eighteenth cent

ESL 139 Pronunciation III 3 S.H. Addresses the problems of pronunciation using the concepts of rhythm, intonation, and thought grouping. Students perform speaking activities, practicing the concepts a

ESL 191 Technical English VI 3 S.H. Integrates technical vocabulary into reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension. Concentrates on specific technical subjects. Prerequisite ESL 141 or s

ENV 181 Solar Thermal Systems 3 S.H. Introduces the history and principles of solar thermal energy as used for heating air and water in residential applications. Topics include historical uses of the

EXS 227 Exercise Testing Program Design CALT 4 S.H. Includes guidelines for laboratory testing used in a health and fitness setting and for exercise programming. Students will analyze the specific ne

FTA 118 Fire Prevention and Inspection 3 S.H. Provides fundamental knowledge relating to the field of fire prevention. Topics include history and philosophy of fire prevention, organization and operat

FRE 102 Elementary French II 3 S.H. Improves language skills with further study of grammar, pronunciation, and basic speech patterns. Provides additional practice in reading and writing. Prerequisite

HIM 102 Introduction to Health Information Systems Course has not been offered in the past two years 3 S.H. Introduces the theory, principles, and practices of health care records administration. To

HISTORY HIS 101 Western Civilization I HK 3 S.H. Presents the basic forces that have shaped Western tradition, from the Neolithic age to the Renaissance and Reformation periods. Emphasizes the economi

HSP 105 Cake Decorating 2 S.H. Introduces students to the fundamental and necessary skills to commercial cake decorating. Students learn the basic techniques in buttercream frosting, royal icing, bord

HSP 231 Hospitality Law 3 S.H. Introduces the basics of hotel, motel, restaurant, and travel law. Covers the fundamental laws, rules, regulations, and contracts applicable to the hospitality and meeti

HDV 101 Survival at College 1 S.H. Introduces students to strategies and techniques for setting and accomplishing academic, personal or professional goals. Focuses on how to navigate expectations and

HSE 271 Field Work Seminar I 3 S.H. Presents how to integrate and process knowledge and theory learned in foundation courses with experiences gained at the field site. The seminar acts as a forum for

ITALIAN Advanced language instruction beyond the courses listed below is available through Independent Study by arrangement with the instructor. ITA 101 Elementary Italian I 3 S.H. Presents the essent

MFG 228 Computer Integrated Manufacturing I 4 S.H. Covers computer generated CNC programming, robot programming, analog programmable logic control programming, and interfacing of robots, controllers a

MAT 109 Quantitative Literacy 3 S.H. Introduces the language of mathematics. Topics include consumer mathematics, percent, personal loans and simple interest, compound interest, installment buying, bu

MAT 144 Mathematics for Elementary Education Geometry and Data 3 S.H. Presents geometry, measurement, rational numbers, irrational numbers, ratio, proportion, percent, problem solving, mathematical re

MAT 230 Applied Calculus with a Modeling Approach 3 S.H. Presents selected topics from calculus with applications in business, economics, and social science. Students will learn the fundamental concep

MEC 265 Materials Science 4 S.H. Introduces the internal structure of metallic, polymeric, and ceramic solids and their physical, mechanical, electrical, and chemical properties in engineering applica

MUS 150 Class Piano I AD 3 S.H. Provides a foundation in piano performace and musicianship for beginning students. The comprehension of rhythmic, melodic, and chordal music notation is achieved by pla

MUS 246 Orchestra Modern Era 3 S.H. Course has not been offered in two years This course focuses on the music of the Modern Period in the 20th Century. Impressionist music by Ravel and Debussy, 12 ton

NMT 201 Nuclear Medicine Procedures II 3 S.H. Covers nuclear medicine procedures, emphasizing anatomy, physiology, and pathology as they pertain to oncology, infectioninflammation, skeletal, cardiovas

NUR 132 LPN to RN Transition I 2 S.H. This course is the final component of the Connecticut League for Nursing LPN to RN Articulation plan for the Connecticut Community Colleges Nursing Program CTCCNP

NTR 106 Culinary Nutrition 2 S.H. Provides a basic understanding of nutrition and its relationship to health. Provides an overview of nutrients, digestion, absorption, and metabolism. This course will

PHY 111 Physics for the Life Sciences SR SK 4 S.H. Applies the principles of physics to health science. Basic algebra and trigonometry are used. Three hours of lecture three hours of laboratory. Pre

PSYCHOLOGY PSY 104 Psychology of Adjustment Course has not been offered in the past two years 3 S.H. Includes both theoretical and practical learning through the laboratory method of experience, anal

PSY 240 Social Psychology 3 S.H. Considers basic principles of human behavior encompassing the social milieu. Focuses on socialization, communication, and intergroup relations as they are influenced b

RDT 113 Clinical Internship I 1 S.H. Students attend clinical training Monday through Friday, eight hours per day. Prerequisite RDT 111 and RDT 101. RDT 126 Clinical Internship II CALT 3 S.H. Students

RDT 224 Radiation Therapy Senior Seminar 2 S.H. A one semester course characterized by the active role expected of students in the field of research. This will include investigation, preparation, pres

RAD 205 Computers in Medical Imaging Advanced Practice 3 S.H. Covers the functionality of computers in medical imaging. Topics include the history of compuers and their use in medical imaging, digital

RST 213 Radiation Physics 3 S.H. Introduces the concept of radiation, its sources, and its interaction with matter. Introduces electricity and magnetism, the xray machine, circuits, components, and pr

RET 250 Railroad Signaling Switching 4 S.H. Provides participants a basic understanding of a railroad signal system, including track circuits and applicable federal lawsguidelines. Three hours lectur

SOC 106 Technology and Society 3 S.H. Focuses on the role of various art forms e.g., painting, sculpture, and architecture in preindustrial and postindustrial societies. Develops students visual, verb

SPANISH At the beginning of the semester, a placement examination is given to students enrolled in SPA 101 and SPA 102. Advanced language instruction beyond the courses listed below is available throu

WMT 102 Special Topics in Water Treatment 3 S.H. Covers required and recommended drinking water standards proper sample collection preservation and storage techniques proper physical, chemical, and mi

DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION AND COLLEGE SERVICES Academic Advising Admissions Applications Athletic Office Alumni Association Bookstore Business Office Cafeteria Career ServicesJob Placement Center for

Public Affairs and Marketing Purchasing Registrar Security Student Development and Services Associate Student Activities and Leadership Student Development Student Disability Services Student Governme

PROGRAM COORDINATORSCONTACTS Art Automotive General Motors ASEP Automotive Honda PACT Aviation Maintenance Biomedical Engineering Business Business Office Technology Clean Water Management Computer En

PERSONNEL Faculty FullTime Norman Abell 1988 Professor Biology, D.P.M., Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine B.S. Villanova University. Ann Marie Alcala 2017 Assistant Professor, Program Coordinator of

Marcia Swan Doran 1998 Professor Nutrition and Dietetics, Program Coordinator. M.S., University of Bridgeport B.S., University of Connecticut R.D.N. Franz T. Douskey 1977 Professor English. M.A., B.A.

Scott McFarland 2008 Professor, Program Coordinator Automotive Technology. B.A., University of Massachusetts. Thomas McGrath 1981 Professor, Program Coordinator Biomedical Engineering Technology. M.S.

Tinkang Shen 2006 Professor Mathematics. M.S., M.A., Ball State University B.S. Shanghai University. Kimberly Sorrentino 2015 Full Time Lecturer Diagnostic Medical Sonography. M.S., C.E.C.S, Health Ca

Amy Davison, M.A., Central Connecticut State University, University of Connecticut Michelle DellaCamera, M.S., Certificate, Albertus Magnus College, Southern Connecticut State University Corinne Fishe

Administration Presidents Office Paul Broadie II, Ph.D. 2017 President Interim, Ph.D., Colorado State University M.B.A., Long Island University B.S., Mercy College Christina ScilliaRivera 2004 Secret

Maintenance Rodney Carr 2014 Custodian. Richard Catenza 2010 Qualified Craft WorkerElectrician. Diploma New England Technical Institute. Edward Chavis 2007 Custodian. Charles Cole 2007 Lead Custodia

Academic Allied Health and Nursing Sheila B. Solernou 2002 Academic Division Director Allied HealthNursing. M.S.N., University of Hartford B.S.N., Mount St. Mary College R.N. Dean Tinari 2016 Instr

Middle College Donnell Hilton 2016 GCC Middle College Coordinator and Dual Enrollment. M.S., B.A., A.S. STUDENT SERVICES DIVISION Dean of Students Affairs Wilson Luna 1985 Dean. Ed.D., Nova Southeas

Student Activities and Leadership Programs Marc Hartmann 2017 Acting Director Student Activities M.A., B.S. COUNSELINGSTUDENT SUCCESS Michael BucciIIi 2010 Director of Counseling and Student Succes

Emeriti Thomas M. Adams 19832011 Professor Emeritus of Computer Engineering Technology Carol Annette 19982017 Early Childhood Education Accreditation Facilitator Emerita Frank D. Archangelo 19812003 A

Ann G. Robinson 19721999 Professor Emerita of Psychology Kenneth R. Robinson 19701988 Professor Emeritus of Sociology Irving Rosenthal 19711990 Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Anthropology Wendy S

PRESIDENTS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Formerly REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Shay Atluru North Haven Kevin Burke Hartford Larry Bingaman New Haven Gail Brathwaite New Haven William Ginsberg New Haven Garth Harries

ADVISORY COMMITTEES These committees assist the program faculty in maintaining quality programs, relevant courses, and appropriate experiences that reflect the needs of area businesses and service ind

Stan Kapinos, Innotech Julie BranderKlein, SCORE Ann McDonnell, EcoGenics Susan McLean, A.S., South Central Community College, United Illuminating Debbie Mele, Sales Manager, Omni New Haven Hotel at Y

Dr. Ronald Harichandran, Dean of Tagliatela College of Engineering, University of New Haven Alex Linos, Franchise Owner, Nerds to Go Lee Panagoulias, Professor, Gateway Community College Larry Salay,

HUMANITIES Dino Ciaburri, Adjunct Faculty, Gateway Community College, Headmaster, Milford Academy Ret. George Charlesworth, Attorney Donald Dimenstein, Director of Elderly Services Ret. Sandy Koore

RADIOLOGY Jon Alderman, Research Associate, Yale School of Medicine Denise Allen, Regional Chief Therapist, Yale New Haven Hospital Amy Barocsi, Chief Technologist, Nuclear Medicine, Milford Hospit

Maureen Perachio, Manager, MR, Yale New Haven Hospital Darcy Phillips, Manager, Nuclear Medicine, Lawrence Memorial Hospital Joseph Phillips, Director of Diagnostic ImagingTherapeutics, UCONN Health

INDEX Academic Advising Academic Calendar Academic Definitions Academic Policies Academic Standards Accountants Assistant Certificate Accreditation Administration and Staff Administrative Assistant Ce

Distance Learning Drug and Alcohol Recovery Counselor Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Special Education Early Learning Center Preschool Educational Technologies Electives Electrical Engineer

Natural Sciences and Mathematics New England Board of Higher Education NEBHE Students, Admission of Nuclear Medicine Technology Nursing Nutrition and Dietetics Parking PassFail Payments Personnel Plac

DIRECTIONS New Haven Campus 20 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510 From Hartford I91 South to I95 South New York. Take Exit 46, Long Wharf first exit on the right. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn

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