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SCHEDULE

Registration Opens

March 1, 2021

Last Day to Register and Pay

3:00 pm CST, May 19, 2021

Classes Begin

May 19, 2021

Last Day to Withdraw from Classes

June 1, 2021

Last Day of Classes and End of Intersession                                                     

June 8, 2021

 

COURSES OFFERED 

All classes are online. With the three week schedule, we recommend that you take no more than 3 credits. Cost is $180/Credit with no additional fees. Payment is required in order to be registered for a course.   

**PLEASE NOTE: If you intend to pay for your intersession course in-person. Please either call the Business Office at 906.307.1205 or stop into the Business Office to pay for the course before registration.

 

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ACC 205 - Intro to Quickbooks - This course uses computerized accounting practice sets and commercially available software to introduce accounting on the microcomputer. General ledger, accounting cycle, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll applications are covered. Students will be responsible for additional assigned lab hours. Students must have some accounting experience to waive the pre-requisite. Call for more info. - 2 Credits

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CPL 104 - Spreadsheets - A hands-on introduction to spreadsheets using the Microsoft Excel software.  Its main objective is to provide each student with a working knowledge of spreadsheet software.  1 credit.

 

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CPL 105 - Word Processing - An introductory computer literacy course designed to teach the student basic word processing skills on a microcomputer to create, edit, store, and print documents using Microsoft Word software.  1 credit.

 

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CPL 108 - Powerpoint - An introductory course for the uses and functions of Windows presentations. Emphasis is on basic concepts and the fundamentals of creating useful presentations and application to practical business problems.  1 credit.

 

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ENG 231 - Studies in Short Fiction - This course will examine the genre of the short story, especially its traditional and innovative narrative techniques, its various ways of constructing authorial point of view, and its mode of plot compression.  In this investigation into the creation, understanding, and audience of short fiction, students will discuss and analyze short fiction - its components, appeals, and conventions.  Subjective interpretation from class members will be paired with academic literary analyses, critical essays, and exercises in critical analysis.  3 credits.

 

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HST 201 - United States History To 1877 - This course covers the political, social, and cultural history of the United States from its colonial founding through the Reconstruction period.  It examines the clash of European and native civilizations; development of colonies; growing independence of the colonies; revolution and the formation of a national government, nation building; sectional conflict; the Civil War; and rebuilding the nation after the war.

 

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SOC 102 - An in-depth study of social problems within our society and the world in general. Health issues, substance abuse, family problems, poverty, race and gender inequality are analyzed. 3 credits.

 

Please consult your Academic Advisor to register for this course

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NUR150 - Practical Nursing Exit Course - The purpose of this course is to prepare students completing the first year of the ADN program who choose to engage in nursing at the level of the Practical Nurse scope of practice.  This course provides additional nursing content and skills needed at the PN level focusing on the SLOs at the end of the second level of nursing courses.Please consult your academic Advisor to register for this course.

 

 

 

Don't forget to order your textbooks from the GCC Bookstore by visiting our Online Bookstore

For transcript requests upon course completion, please visit our Transcript Request Page. 

If you have questions, please contact the GCC Admissions Office at (906) 307-1207 or emailing admissions@gogebic.edu.