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New Student Orientation - Fall 2014greyhoundgirl


Orientation Day will cover the following topics:

 
  1. The Basics.

  2. What it's like to be a college student.

  3. Advising, Placement, and Registration.

  4. Security, Parking, and ID's.

  5. Financial Aid Info for Parents.

  6. Technology.

  7. Business Office/Payment Information.

 

 

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION DATES

 

 

MACC - Hannibal Higher Education Center
573-231-0941 ext. 14000

August 7, 10 - 11 am

(open house)

 

MACC - Columbia Higher Education Center
660-263-4100, ext. 11212

August 11, 10 am - 2 pm

(open house)

 

MACC - Main Campus/Moberly
660-263-4100, ext. 11270

August 12, 10:00 am

Lunch provided

 

MACC - Advanced Technology Center/Mexico
573-582-0817 ext. 13000

August 13, 10:00 am

(open house)

 

MACC - Kirksville Higher Education Center
660-665-0345 ext. 15000

August 14, 10 am - 2 pm

Lunch provided

 

Parents and friends are encouraged to attend with you!

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BIO105H
Introductory Conservation Biology Honors
3:00-4:25 Tues/Thurs

This course involves a study of the earth’s ecosystems and biodiversity as well as historical and current human impacts on these systems. The importance of conserving the world’s biodiversity is also discussed. Honors sections of Conservation Biology stress critical thinking and analytical writing.

PSY250H
Abnormal Psychology Honors
10:00-10:55 Mon/Wed/Fri

This course is an introduction and overview of a wide range of psychological disorders. Focus is on the history and definition of psychological disorders, theoretical perspectives on psychological disorders, and the causes, symptoms, and treatment of psychological disorders.


Eligibility Requirements:

• Have ACT composite score of 23, OR

• Have high school grade point average of 3.5 or higher
(on 4.0 scale), OR

• Have college cumulative grade point average of 3.5
or higher based on 12 or more semester hours of
college work

 
 

Benefits of Honors Program

  • Honors scholarship to assist with tuition and book costs
  • Small classes
  • Individualized contact with professors
  • Intellectually stimulating atmosphere
  • Interaction with like-minded peers
  • Focus on active learning and creative exchange over lecture
  • Notation of Honors Certificate completion on MACC transcript
  • Recognition at Commencement
  • Competitive edge in four-year college admission and scholarships

Course Location Key

Campus Code   Building Code   Location
___________   _____________   ______________________________
MEXC   ATC   Mexico, MO - Advanced Technology Center
COLC   COLC   Columbia, MO - MACC-Columbia Higher Education Center
    PC   Columbia, MO - Parkade Center
EDNC   EDNC   Edina, MO - Jim Sears North East Technical Center
HANC   HANC   Hannibal, MO - MACC-Hannibal Area Higher Education Center
    HANN   Hannibal, MO - Hannibal High School
    PALM   Palmyra, MO - Palmyra High School
HANC   HVTS   Hannibal, MO - Hannibal Vocational Technical School
INET   INET   Tri-State Community College Online
KRKC   KRKC   Kirksville, MO - MACC-Kirksville Higher Education Center
MAIN   AC   Moberly, MO - Activity Center
    CC   Moberly, MO - Career Center
    AKJC   Moberly, MO - Andrew Komar Jr. Hall
    MAIN   Moberly, MO - Main Building
    MMC   Moberly, MO - Multimedia Center
    MATC   Moberly, MO - Moberly Area Technical Center
MCNC   MCNC   Macon, MO - Macon Area Vocational Technical Center
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INTRO TO MILITARY SCIENCE I
(a partnership with Truman State University ROTC)

 

This is a 1 credit-hour online course which counts as an elective within the AA degree. The course provides an overview of the mission and roles of the US Army, the Reserve Officers Training Corps, the National Guard, the Army Reserves, and the Department of Defense in support of the Constitution.  Emphasis is also given on developing personal physical fitness.

 

 

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Schedule Notation Key

 

Monday

 

Tuesday

 

Wednesday

 

ThuR sday

 

Friday

 

 

#

Before course name – must be approved before enrollment.

*

Before course name - indicates a humanities credit.

@

These classes will have a special meeting time.

H

After course number – Honors Course

 

 

 

Sections

01, 02, 03, etc.

Indicates Stand Alone Courses

A1, A2, B1, B2, etc.

Indicates courses connected with another campus through ITV or Elluminate.

 

 

 

Instructional Method

H

Hybrid Course

L

Lecture

LB

Lab Only

T

ITV

I

Online

V

Virtual

HV

Hybrid-Virtual

HT

Hybrid-ITV

AR

Arranged

CI

Computer Assisted Instruction

 

 

 

Distance Learning

INET

Internet Course

 

- An Internet course has no traditional classroom meeting time. All work is done online (Web-based).

Hybrid

Hybrid Course

 

- A hybrid course will meet 50 percent of the class time online (Web-based).

ITV

Interactive Television Course

 

- An ITV course will meet in a traditional classroom. Classes will be held with one or
more MACC campuses through a video conferencing connection. The instructor will
either be onsite or you will view them over live television. Both you and the instructor
will be able to see and hear each other live.

Virtual

A virtual class is available through the internet. Students meet at the same time as the instructor who teaches from a distant location.

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