Summer 2018
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
View only
 
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
1
SUMMER 2018 CURRICULUM SEMESTER SCHEDULE
2
Early Registration for summer beginsMonday, April 9, 2018
3
Registration for summer/purge after 5 pmFriday, May 18, 2018
4
Classes BeginMonday, May 21, 2018
5
Last day to add a summer classWednesday, May 23, 2018
6
Memorial Day Holiday/School ClosedWednesday, May 23, 2018
7
Mid term for summer classesMonday, May 28, 2018
8
Midterm for 8 Week Semester ClassesMonday, June 18, 2018
9
Mid term grades due in WebAdvisor for Mini semster classesWednesday, June 20, 2018
10
Last day to submit a drop form for any reasonMonday, June 25, 2018
11
July 4th Holiday/School ClosedWednesday, July 4, 2018
12
Last day of semester/Flip Day/Wednesday classes meet
13
SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE UPDATED: Tuesday 05/1/18 4:02 PM
14
DMA SCHEDULE
15
1st 4 week DMA sessionMonday, May 21, 2018 - Monday, June 18, 2018
16
2nd 4 week DMA sessionTuesday, June 19, 2018 - Tuesday, July 17, 2018
17
ADDITIONAL INCLEMENT WEATHER MAKEUP DAYS WILL BE HELD AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER
18
ATTENTION STUDENTS : IF YOU PLAN TO DROP A CLASS…
19
If you do not drop your class PRIOR TO May 18, 2018 you will owe 25% of the tuition. You will owe this amount EVEN IF YOU NEVER ATTEND CLASS!!!
If you do not withdraw yourself from class PRIOR TO the census date for that class YOU WILL OWE THE ENTIRE AMOUNT OF TUITION--EVEN IF YOU NEVER ATTEND!!!
20
BLACKBOARD & E-MAIL AT HCC
21
All HCC distance learning courses have an on-line orientation, which is mandatory for first-time Blackboard users ONLY. The online orientation is available from the first day of early registration until the 10th day of the semester.

Students using Blackboard resources (see list below) are required to use their HCC Gmail account for all course-related communications. For details regarding how to access your HCC Gmail account, please refer to this Web page: http://www.halifaxcc.edu/StudntRe/Email/pickmail.htm.

Distance learning courses will be available the first day of each semester. ALL Courses Use Blackboard Resources:
~Online course: An online course does not meet on campus. All course work is delivered electronically (via the Internet).
~Hybrid course: A hybrid course has an online component and a scheduled, mandatory class that meets at specific times. Refer to the schedule for details (day/date/time/location).
~Web-Assisted: A Web-assisted course is a seated course that meets at specific times and on specific days on campus. However, students are required to have Internet access as a supplemental part of the course.

Blackboard and distance learning orientations are delivered ONLINE. There is not an on-campus orientation. Go to this URL to begin the online orientation:
http://www.halifaxcc.edu
Click the link to Distance Learning.
Read the "welcome." Then, click the link "Online Orientation."

For help or additional information, please contact Ellen Grant at jgrant941@halifaxcc.edu
22
HCC uses a 3-digit or 4-digit class section identifier system.
Abbreviations:
23
First digit denotes the semester Example: 3 0 1
HY- HYBRID
24
1 - Spring
IH - NORTH CAROLINA INFORMATION HIGHWAY
IN - ONLINE/INTERNET
25
2 - Summer
26
3 - Fall
N/A = Not Applicable
27
If there is a 4 digit number, the second number denotes a mini semester.TBA-TO BE ANNOUNCED
28
It may be a DMA course that may follow 4 mini sessions or
TR - TRADITIONAL SEATED/WEB-ASSISTED
29
one of 2 8-week mini sessions. Example: 32D1
30
Building Codes/Locations:
31
Middle digit denotes type of class. Example: 3 0 1
17 = Cosmetology Department/classrooms
32
0 - Seated Class (the number zero)
20 = Dr. Phillip W Taylor Complex (Main Building - 1st floor
33
C - Career & College Promise
Administration/Classrooms; 2nd floor Business & Commerical Technologies
34
D - Distance Learning Class
Departments/classrooms)
35
F - Friday Night Class
22 = 400 building (BLET, Industrial Maintenance Technology
36
S - Saturday Class
Departments/classrooms)
37
24 = 500 building (Developmental Education, Science Department, Criminal
38
Last digit/letter denotes a section. Example: 3 0 1
Justice, Early Childhood Education, & Human Services
39
(1, 2, 3 . . .) Digits are used for daytime class sections
31 = Building 200 (Allied Health Building -1st floor Dental Hygiene
40
( A, B, C . . .) Letters are used for evening or weekend sections
Department/classrooms; 2nd floor Nursing Education Department/
41
classrooms)
42
Examples:
32 = Wellness Center (classroom-G119) (PED & HEA classes)
43
301 = Fall Semester, Seated, First Section
CPARK = Chockyotte Park
44
2D1=Spring Semester, Distance Learning, First Section
HY/HY1 = Building code used for hybrid classes
45
1S2 = Spring Semester, Saturday, Second Section
HOSP/HOSP1 = Halifax Regional Medical Center
46
IN/IN1 = Building code/room code used for internet-online classes
47
TBA = To Be Announced
48
Occasionally, it is necessary to cancel a scheduled course because of low enrollment. Every effort is made to announce the cancellation before the first class meeting; however, this is not always possible. If a course is cancelled, a student who does not choose to transfer to another course may receive a full refund of the tuition and fees paid for the cancelled course.
49
SUB
Course
SecCourse TitleTypeCreditContactCapacityFacultyStartEndBldg
ROOM #
Activity
Day(s)
Start time
End Time
Census Date
50
BIOLOGY
51
BIO1112D1General Biology IIN4620Galvin5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
52
ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
53
BIO1752D1General MicrobiologyHY3420Galvin5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
54
ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
55
24511LABW1:00 PM2:50 PM
56
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
57
CIS1102D1Introduction to ComputersIN3425Obi5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
58
ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
59
COSMETOLOGY
60
COS115201Cosmetology Concepts IIITR4417Greene5/21/187/17/1817166CLASMTWTH8:00 AM9:59 AM5/23/18
61
COS116201Salon IIITR41220Greene5/21/187/17/1817167LABMTWTH10:00 AM12:00 PM5/23/18
62
17167LABMTWTH12:30 PM4:30 PM
63
DENTAL HYGIENE
64
DEN140201Dental Hygiene Theory IITR1118Santiago5/21/187/17/1831B126CLASW10:00 AM11:50 AM5/23/18
65
DEN141201Dental Hygiene Clinic IITR2618Perry5/21/187/17/1831B123CLINMT9:00 AM12:00 PM5/22/18
66
31B123CLINMT1:00 PM4:00 PM
67
ECONOMICS
68
ECO2512D1Prin of MicroeconomicsIN3325Balogun5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
69
ENGLISH
70
ENG1112D3Writing and InquiryIN3325
Tinklepaugh
5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
71
ENG2322D1American Literature IIIN3325
Tinklepaugh
5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
72
HEALTH
73
HEA1102D1Personal Health/WellnessIN3325Dameron5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
74
HYDRAULICS
75
HYD1102D1Hydraulics/Pneumatics IHY3510Lynch5/21/187/17/1822423CLASMW8:00 AM9:50 AM5/25/18
76
MATH
77
MAT110201
Math Measurement & Literacy
TRSwink5/21/187/17/1820112CLASMW10:00 AM11:50 AM5/23/18
78
20112LABTTH10:00 AM11:50 AM
79
MECHANICAL
80
MEC1112D2Machine Processes IHY358Bone5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/24/18
81
22421LABTTH8:00 AM11:50 AM
82
MEDICAL OFFICE TECH
83
MED1302D1Admin Office Proc IIN2330Boone5/21/187/17/18ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA5/25/18
84
ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
85
MEDICAL LABORATORY TECH
86
MLT1112D1Urinalysis & Body FluidsHY2410Barker5/21/187/17/1824512CLASM10:00 AM11:50 AM5/25/18
87
24512LABW10:00 AM11:50 AM
88
ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
89
MLT1302D1Clinical Chemistry IHY4610Barker5/21/187/17/1824512CLAST10:00 AM12:50 PM5/25/18
90
24512LABTH10:00 AM12:50 PM
91
ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA
92
ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
93
NURSING
94
NUR103201Practical Nursing IIITR91517Alfonso5/21/187/17/1831B207CLASMT8:00 AM11:50 AM5/23/18
95
TBATBACLINWTH7:00 AM4:00 PM
96
31B207CLASMT1:00 PM2:50 PM
97
NUR114201Holistic Health ConceptsTR5912Navarro5/21/187/17/1831B208CLASMT8:00 AM10:50 AM5/24/18
98
TBATBACLINWTH7:00 AM1:00 PM
99
NUR
214BB
1201B
Nsg Transition ConceptsTR1220Eller5/21/187/17/1831B207CLASM12:00 PM2:50 PM5/21/18
100
HOSP
HOSP1
CLINTH7:00 AM1:00 PM
Loading...
 
 
 
Table 1
 
 
Main menu