Summer Schedule - Anne Arundel Community College

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Summer Schedule - Anne Arundel Community College
YOUR COURSE, YOUR CHOICE
Courses are grouped by personal enrichment, basic education and career and certification. Look for cross references and helpful information, including
Web addresses, in the introductions under headings and subheadings. For general information about noncredit courses, see pages 90-91.
Cultural arts, food and culinary, fitness, history, financial planning, parenting, and more.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
Adult basic skills, GED, college preparation.
BASIC EDUCATION
Job training, professional development, technical certifications.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
MEASURE OF ACHIEVEMENT
A CEWD CERTIFICATE is a great way to show an employer that you
have received job training or completed a series of courses that resulted
in improved skills or technical knowledge. Sample shown below. See
pages 76-80 for a complete list of all CEWD certificate offerings. For
information, visit
www.aacc.edu/coned/certificates or call 410-777-2325.
AACC IS ISSUING DIGITAL BADGES
A digital badge is a visual representation of a learning experience, achievement,
learning outcome or competency that is issued to the student over the Internet.
Digital badges:
• Show the skills and concepts that prove your claims on résumés to employers.
• Single-click sharing gives employers a verifiable way to see your achievements.
• Can be shared to social media sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, email
and/or online portfolios that you can share with employers and friends.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE
Badges are issued for:
• A+ Customer Service.
• Carnival games.
• Casino blackjack.
•Minibaccarat.
• Cyber analyst.
• Cyber safety.
• Guest service gold.
• Interactive English: Intermediate ESL.
• Interactive English: Advanced ESL.
STATIONARY ENGINEER CERTIFICATION PREPARATION
CE.ST-ENGR-PREP
Prepare for the Maryland Stationary Engineer certification
exams and earn a CEWD certificate by successfully completing
the following two courses. Visit www.aacc.edu/boiler. For
information or call 410-777-2970.
OCA 310 Preparation for Maryland Stationary Engineer Certification 1
OCA 311 Preparation for Maryland StationaryEngineer Certification 2
Look for the Badge Icon b
REGISTRATION
Noncredit registration is continuous throughout the year and students can register up to the actual start date. HOWEVER, decisions on whether we have
enough people to run a class are made a week or two before the start date so REGISTER EARLY.
WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
CREDIT/
COURSE NONCREDIT SHARE
COURSE NUMBER
NEW
CPT 362 COURSE TITLE
COURSE DESCRIPTION
PRECOREQUISITE
COURSE NOTE
Computer Keyboarding
REAL ESTATE
SALES PERSON
LICENSURE
RENEWAL CODE
CORE OF KNOWLEDGE
CHILD CARE TRAINING/TEACHER
PROFESSIONAL DEVEOPMENT
DIGITAL
BADGE
b
CONTENT
AREA: D
CATEGORY A
† TUITION NOT WAIVED FOR SENIORS AND DISABLED RETIREES.
Learn the fundamentals of keyboarding using touch typing on a computer. Develop speed and accuracy in operating a computer keyboard. Cover computer
terms. Textbook information is available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $114† includes $35 fee.
Prerequisite: Macintosh O/S experience.
Note: Some sections offered online. Offered in partnership with ed2go. Most materials supplied in class.
CLASS START AND END TIME
NUMBER OF SESSIONS
SECTION NUMBER
Sec. 201
3 sessions
JOHN 100 / ONLN EDGO
DAYS CLASS MEETS
TuTh
6-8:30 pm
June 3-7 Allison Ernst
SECTION NOTE
Note: No class April 29.
START AND END DATE
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CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
ONLINE COURSE
INSTRUCTOR
BUILDING AND ROOM NUMBER
/ ONLINE PARTNER
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
ARNOLD CAMPUS
AROUND THE COUNTY
ANXA
Annex A
ANXB
Annex B
CADE
John A. Cade Center for Fine Arts
CALT
Center for Applied Learning and Technology
CDCD-ROM
CDC
Child Development Center
CORT
Tennis courts
CRCS
Careers Center
DRGN
Henry L. Dragun Science Building
FLDS
Siegert Field
FLRS
Thomas E. Florestano Sr. Allied Health and
Public Services Building
GYM
David S. Jenkins Gymnasium
HUM
Humanities Building
JOHN
A. Cathryn Johnson Building
LBRY
Andrew G. Truxal Library
MATH Math Building
PARK
Parking lot
PCPA
Pascal Center for Performing Arts
PLNTPlant
POOL
Olson Memorial Pool
SCHZ
Lila R. Schwartz Building
SSVC
Student Services Center
SUN
Student Union
TOUR
Tour departing from Arnold campus
XOFF
Off campus
AACC • Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway
Arnold, MD 21012
AAMC • Anne Arundel Medical Center
HCAT • Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism
Institute
7438 Gov. Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
AMIL • Arundel Mills
7009 Arundel Mills Circle
Hanover, MD 21076
IEC • IEC Chesapeake
8751 Freestate Drive
Suite 250
Laurel, MD 20723
ANNA • Annapolis High School
2700 Riva Road
Annapolis, MD 21401
QWPA • Quiet Waters Park
600 Quiet Waters Park Road
Annapolis, MD 21403
2001 Medical Parkway
Annapolis, MD 21401
CART • Chesapeake Arts Center
194 Hammonds Lane
Brooklyn Park, MD 21225
CATN • Center for Applied Technology North
800 Stevenson Road
Severn, MD 21144
CATS • Center for Applied Technology South
211 Central Ave. E.
Edgewater, MD 21037
CCPT • Center for Cyber and Professional Training
7556 Teague Road
Hanover, MD 21076
EARL • Earlbeck Gases and Technologies
8204 Pulaski Highway
Baltimore, MD 21237
See campus map on inside back cover.
ONLINE VENDORS
CEXP
Construction Experts Inc.
ED4ONLEd4Online
EDGOEd2Go
EXPRS Express Certification
HYBRHybrid
INFOSEC INFOSEC Learning
LERN
Learning Resources Network Inc.
NHRZ
New Horizons
OLT
Online Training Inc.
WB
AACC Online – Canvas
WITS
World Instructor Training Schools
Go to www.aacc.edu/virtualcampus/coned
for instructions.
GBTC • Glen Burnie Town Center
101 Crain Highway N.
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
NCHS • North County High School
10 E. First Ave.
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
SPGC • Severna Park Golf Center
1257 Gov. Ritchie Highway
Severna Park, MD 21146
SPHS • Severna Park High School
60 Robinson Road
Severna Park, MD 21146
TPBX • Temple Boxing LLC
2129 Baldwin Ave.
Crofton, MD 21114
WHEB • Willow Oak Herb Farm
8109 Telegraph Road
Severn, MD 21144
WWW.AACC.EDU/LOCATIONSANDMAPS
STAY CONNECTED
Use your personal MyAACC account via https://portal.aacc.edu to register for classes;
find your classroom; look up your grades; see college announcements; email your instructors;
and access the AACC Bookstore, Truxal Library and student clubs and organizations.
AACC BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2015-2016
Arthur D. Ebersberger, chair
Rev. Dr. Diane R. Dixon-Proctor, vice chair
Kimberly M. Burns
Walter J. Hall
Matthew F. Hortopan, student member
James H. Johnson Jr., Ph.D.
Jerome W. Klasmeier
Sandra E. Moore
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DID YOU KNOW …
AACC’s digital badges are online validations of skill, achievement, competency
or completion of a continuing education course. Visit www.aacc.edu/badges!
Attend an Info Session
to Discover a New Career
Renewing Your CPR Card
Did you know AACC has more than
80 CEWD certificates to prepare you
for a variety of in-demand careers?
If you would like to learn about
these opportunities, including what
skills are required for a job, just
attend a Continuing Education and
Workforce Development Info Session.
Our new information sessions offer
the opportunity to learn about
programs, tuition assistance and
registering for classes. Talk with our
staff to determine which program
best suits your needs, and start on a
career path that will offer personal
and financial success. For more
information call 410-777-2325 or
email [email protected]
Is it time to renew your CPR card? You
might be interested in taking one of our
upcoming CPR or first aid classes to
help keep your card up to date. AACC
offers the following American Heart
Association courses:
•
•
•
•
Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
Basic Life Support Health Care
Provider CPR.
Heartsaver CPR/AED.
Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED.
For information about these and
related courses, visit www.aacc.
edu/healthcare/cpr/default.cfm or
contact Kyle Hastings at
410-777-2974.
HVAC Preapprenticeship
Training
Stand Out In the
Cybersecurity Marketplace
AACC has partnered with Information
Systems Audit and Control Association
(ISACA) to take your career to a higher
level. Secure new cyber knowledge and
skills with ISACA's globally accepted
Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) Practitioner
training courses and certification. The
CSX Practitioner skills-based training
and performance-based certification is
designed to fill the current skills gap in the
marketplace by providing cybersecurity
professionals with the knowledge, skills
and abilities required to protect and
defend information technology assets.
Check out the upcoming schedule of CSX
Practitioner courses on page xx or visit
www.aacc.edu/it/csx.cfm.
HVAC Preapprenticeship Training
If you enjoy working with your hands
and making people's home and work
environment comfortable, there is a
strong demand for well-trained heating,
ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
technicians. AACC’s new collaboration
with Howard Community College and
Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)
Chesapeake offers noncredit HVAC
preapprenticeship training in Laurel.
Our short-term training opportunities
can prepare you to start as an entrylevel technician or to enter formal
apprenticeship training. For details
about the IEC training or our Allstate
Career training in Baltimore, visit
www.aacc.edu/hvac.
These are just a few of our many offerings. Get inspired.
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W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
DATES AND EVENTS
MAY
May 7 † Job Training Information Session
9:30-11 a.m. Glen Burnie Town Center Room 409 † www.aacc.edu/cewd/jobinfosessions.cfm
JUNE
June 2 † Crime, Violence and Mental Illness Conference
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Pascal 107 † www.aacc.edu/conferences/mentalillness.cfm
June 8 † Real Estate Conference
8 a.m.-7 p.m. † www.aacar.com
JULY
AUGUST
Aug. 3 † Job Training Information Session
6:30-8 p.m. Arnold campus SUN 102 † www.aacc.edu/cewd/jobinfosessions.cfm
Aug. 4 † Central Sterile Processing Technician Information Night
6-7 p.m. Arnold campus † www.aacc.edu/healthcare/sterile
For a full calendar of events visit www.aacc.edu/events. Connect with AACC.
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R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
ART
ATS 386
For more information about continuing education art
ccourses, shows and events, visit
www.aacc.edu/artsandcrafts.
ART AS BUSINESS
Explore objects that can be made using pinch hand
building skills. Create pinch pots, small sculptures,
pendants, tchotchkes and more. Practice basic
techniques; design a piece. Address surface decorating,
glazing and post-glazing. $155† includes $128 fee.
ATS 310
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Th
7-9 pm
Arts and Crafts as a Business
Learn how to turn an arts and crafts hobby into a
business. Examine the marketing niche, product
branding, organizing and operating a business space,
pricing, marketing plans, selling venues and how to tap
the Internet. CEUs issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
NEW
Sculptures: Tchotchkes and Trinkets
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Teri King
Teri King
Teri King
ATS 396
Introduction to Calligraphy
Explore the art of hand lettering on bonded paper.
Identify supplies and practice ergonomic setups for
calligraphy. Practice drawing foundational letters and
create a final project. $112 includes $22 fee.
Note: Students must bring an 11-by-14-inch drawing board.
All other supplies will be provided.
ARS 361
ATS 372
Arnold campus
June 7-July 5
Nancy Hart
Introduction to Fused Glass
Explore and outline the fused glass process and create
sun catcher and night light designs. Discuss glass
qualities focusing on color combinations and stacking
techniques. Practice cutting, fused glass design and
assemblage. $57† includes $27 fee.
Note: ARS 360 Basic Pottery Wheel or equivalent
knowledge recommended. Bring a basic pottery tool kit, small
bucket and sponge to class. Fee includes first 20 pounds of
clay and one firing. Student responsible for additional clay and
firings. Wear old work clothes, apron and closed-toe shoes.
Note: Projects will be fired after class. Students will make
arrangements for pickup.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
Tu
7-9 pm
DRAWING
CART
June 14-Aug. 2
Joe Vitek
Arnold campus
July 16
Deborah Hines
ARS 376
Introduces the art of wheel-thrown pottery. Work in a
ceramics studio, use stoneware clay and electric wheels
to practice centering, shaping and forming basic shapes
such as bowls, cylinders and plates. Study properties of
clay, terminology, basic design and decorative glazing
techniques. $200† includes $167 fee.
Unlock creativity and develop the power of perception.
Develop skills to give drawings depth and realism by
working from still lives. Use a variety of media including
charcoal, pastel and conte. $156 includes $27 fee.
Drawing Fundamentals
Note: Bring a basic pottery tool kit, small bucket and
sponge to class. Fee includes first 20 pounds of clay and one
firing. Student responsible for additional clay and firings. Wear
old work clothes, apron and closed-toe shoes.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
W
9 am-9 pm
CART
June 15-Aug. 3
Note: Basic drawing supplies furnished for first class.
Instructor will discuss additional supplies at first class.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
W
6:15-9 pm
Prerequisite: Basic and still-life drawing experience or
permission of instructor.
Note: Basic supplies provided for first class. Instructor will
discuss additional supplies at first class.
Arnold campus
June 2-30
Andree Waesche
ATS 373
Studio Access: Drawing and Painting
Work independently in a 35-by-50-foot studio with
northern exposure skylights, lighting equipment, model
stand, easels and access to still life materials. Storage
locker available. $177† includes $57 fee.
Prerequisite: Drawing or painting experience.
Note: Call 410-777-7106 to schedule 50 studio hours.
Students supply media, paper, paints and canvas.
Arnold campus
June 4-Aug. 21
Matthew Klos
DLC 311
Drawing for the Absolute Beginner
Gain a solid foundation and understanding of drawing
basics. Discover materials, set up procedures, lighting
and rendering techniques, and design and layout
methods. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chad Walker
Chad Walker
Chad Walker
JEWELRY AND STAINED GLASS
ARS 360
Basic Pottery Wheel
Develop portrait-drawing skills by working with an
experienced portrait artist to capture proportions,
planes, values and accurate human anatomy. Includes
weekly demonstrations and practice exercises with a
live model. $141 includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301 12 sessions
6:30-9 pm
NEW
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9:30 am-noon
Drawing 2: Portraiture
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Th
6:30-9 pm
NEW
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Tu
7-9:30 pm
Create larger, more complicated forms. Includes shaping
lids for jars and containers, forming spouts for pitchers,
pulling and attaching clay handles. Learn decorative
techniques, how to alter forms, slip application, washes
and wax resist. $200† includes $167 fee.
Kayleigh Porter
CRAFTS
CERAMICS
Intermediate Pottery Wheel
CART
July 14-Aug. 18
ARS 377
Arnold campus
June 1-July 20
Candice Bigelow
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in
Beginning Jewelry Design, see pages 104-109.
CFT 355
Basic Beading: Design and Technique
Explore the fun and sophisticated craft of making
beaded jewelry. Learn to identify equipment, materials,
bead types and stones. Acquire basic skills in stringing,
crimping and knotting, and also making wire-wrapped
loops. $140† includes $32 fee.
Note: All supplies are provided.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
M
7-9 pm
Joe Vitek
Arnold campus
June 6-27 Kathleen McCarthy-Quiroz
COURSES ARE CONTINUALLY BEING ADDED TO THE SCHEDULE. FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE COURSE
OFFERINGS, VISIT US ON THE WEB AT WWW.AACC.EDU/CONED OR CALL 410-777-2325.
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W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
ART • DANCE
ATS 347
ATS 381
Create pendants, pins or earrings with dichroic glass.
Learn how to cut and layer glass for kiln firing. Design
for maximum sparkle and depth. Discuss finishing
options. Complete three pieces. $92† includes $32 fee.
Learn the characteristics of pigment and how to
enhance a composition using transparent layers to
create glowing color; staining pigment combinations
to create dark, luminous and vibrant effects; and
granulated pigment to create textural effects. $154†
includes $19 fee.
Create a one-of-a-kind painting on a 14-by-18-inch
canvas using the pet’s photographs as inspiration.
Practice sketching animals and drawing transfer. Stretch
and prepare the canvas, explore color mixing and acrylic
paint application. Complete one portrait. $123† includes
$27 fee.
Fuse-Glass Jewelry
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-2 pm
Arnold campus
June 25
Sandra Garber
Note: Instructor will provide supply list at first class.
CFT 305
Precious Metal Clay
Learn to make jewelry from an organic clay material
that becomes pure copper when kiln fired. Create and
fire a small pendant in class. $102† includes $37 fee.
Note: Instructor selects project and provides materials.
Bring a bag lunch.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
9:30 am-3:30 pm July 9
Janice Colvin
Wire-Wrapped Jewelry
Discover how to craft wire jewelry using different
types and gauges of wire. Learn how to choose tools
and wires for creating or repairing pendants, earrings,
bracelets and necklaces. $134† includes $32 fee.
Note: Instructor selects project and provides materials.
Arnold campus
July 11-Aug. 1 Kathleen McCarthy-Quiroz
ATS 370
Soldering Techniques for Jewelry
Develop jewelry-making skills by learning basic
soldering techniques. Identify materials and supplies.
Outline safe practices. Practice two soldering
techniques. Create a pendant and a set of earrings.
$69† includes $33 fee.
Note: Basic jewelry making skills required. All supplies will
be provided.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-noon
Arnold campus
July 16
Regen Linn
PAINTING
ATS 309
PRINTMAKING
Complete an oil painting in three hours. Learn about the
basics of painting in a workshop that will develop your
skills and confidence. $71† includes $35 fee.
ARS 390
Oil Painting: Easy and Fast
Note: All supplies provided. No painting experience necessary.
ATS 389
Carolyn Councell
NEW
Oil Painting: Water and Landscapes
Learn to depict depth and atmosphere. Explore use of
color, perspective and composition. Create thumbnail
sketches as painting preparation. Determine ways
to paint elements of landscapes and waterscapes.
Complete water and a landscape painting. $127†
includes $7 fee.
Note: All materials supplied in class. All experience
levels welcome.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Tu
7-9:30 pm
ATS 368
Arnold campus
July 12-Aug. 2
Melissa Gryder
NEW
Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting
Discover the philosophy and practice of Chinese brush
painting. Explore styles and shared underlying core
elements. Identify unique tools used for brush painting,
basic strokes and then practice skills in class. $63†
includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
Watercolor Exploration for All
Learn more water color application techniques, further
color usage, planning and composition. Paint from
photo references and still life arrangements. $142†
includes $17 fee.
Note: Instructor will provide supply list at first class.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Arnold campus Marrilyne Hendrickson
MTuWThF9:30 am-noon June 20-24
Note: Bring several photos of your pet to the first class.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Th
7-9 pm
Note: All supplies provided.
ATS 344
NEW
Paint Your Pet’s Portrait
Sec. 301 5 sessions Arnold campus Merrilyne Hendrickson
MTuWThF9:30 am-noon July 11-15
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
9 am-12:45 pm June 25
CFT 356
Sec. 301 4 sessions
M
7-9 pm
Vibrant-Luminous Watercolor Technique
ATS 397
Arnold campus
July 16
Mei Yu Green
NEW
Chinese Calligraphy: Beginnings
Work independently with several different intaglio
presses, litho press, rollers, acid bath, hot plate and dust
box. $177† includes $57 fee.
Prerequisite: Printmaking experience.
Note: Register and call 410-777-7028 to schedule 50
studio hours. Students supply paper, metal plates and blotters.
Sec. 301 12 sessions
6:30-9 pm
Christopher Mona
ATS 369
Introduction to Sculpture
Discover the creative excitement of working in 3-D.
Identify design principles and materials used in three
forms of sculpture: additive, subtractive and cast.
Use design elements for each form. Complete two
sculptures. $137† includes $37 fee.
Note: All supplies will be provided.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Th
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 14-Aug. 11
Elizabeth Conger
DANCE
Learn more about dance at AACC.
Visit www.aacc.edu/dancing.
INDIVIDUAL DANCE
DNC 311
Sec. 301 1 session
W
9 am-noon
Sec. 301 7 sessions
M
6-7 pm
Mei Yu Green
Arnold campus
June 6-Aug. 14
SCULPTURE
Embody Barre
Arnold campus
July 20
Carolyn Council
Printmaking Studio
Explore Chinese calligraphy. Examine the philosophy
behind this form and compare several styles. Identify
specific techniques related to brush use and the
postural “Five Straights.” Practice techniques and use
foundational strokes. $59† includes $24 fee.
Note: All supplies are provided.
Arnold campus
Aug, 4-25
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
CFT 357
Combine ballet barre core exercises with ballet and
modern dance moves for body shaping results. Increase
flexibility, strengthen your core and improve posture.
$77† includes $7 fee.
Note: All experience levels welcome.
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
Arnold campus
June 6-July 25
Jessica Michaels
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D A N C E • D R I V E R E D U C AT I O N
SOCIAL DANCE
DRIVER EDUCATION
Improve fitness level with this high intensity, low impact
African dance workout designed to engage all muscle
groups. Experience the upbeat sounds and rhythms of
West and Central Africa while practicing choreography
and techniques. $67† includes $7 fee.
DNC 319
Become a safe, smart and confident driver with DRV
505 or KDS 843 taught by Elite Driving School, a driver
education school licensed and certified by the Maryland
Motor Vehicle Administration. Students between the
age of 15 years 9 months and 16 years old register for
KDS 843 (see page 9). Students 16 years and older
register for DRV 505. For information visit
www.aacc.edu/driving.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
DNC 324
African Dance Party Workout
Note: All experience levels welcome.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
M
6-7 pm
Arnold campus
June 6-July 18
Mary Krause
DNC 310
Hip-Hop
Learn the funky style of street dancing to popular music.
Master a variety of steps. $77† includes $7 fee.
Note: All experience levels welcome. Wear loose,
comfortable clothing.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
Th
7 sessions
7-8 pm
7 sessions
6-7 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 19
Arnold campus
June 9-July 21
Jessica Michaels
Beni Davis
Learn the dance style popularized in movies from
Northern India. Practice Indian classical and folk dances
fused with contemporary elements of jazz, hip-hop,
Arabic and Latin dance. $77† includes $7 fees.
Note: All experience levels welcome.
Sec. 301 7 sessions
Th
7:15-8:15 pm
Arnold campus
June 2-July 14
Mary Krause
DRV 505
DNC 305
Driver Education
Basic Social Dance
Learn to dance to different social rhythms including the
foxtrot, tango, salsa and swing. $79† includes $7 fee.
Note: No experience required.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
M
7:15-8:15 pm
Arnold campus
June 6-July 18
Felicia Pendorf
DNC 318
Basic Dances for Wedding Receptions
DNC 320
Modern Belly Dance
Learn proper technique and combinations of belly
dance while enjoying fitness benefits. Practice essential
moves such as undulations, travel steps, shimmies and
body isolations. Rehearse and receive tips to create
choreography.$77† includes $7 fee.
Note: All experience levels welcome.
Sec. 301 7 sessions
Th
7:30-8:30 pm
Bollywood
Arnold campus
June 9-July 21
Beni Davis
Dance with confidence at weddings and other formal
events. Learn the foxtrot and cha-cha. Instructor
welcomes entire wedding parties as well as individuals
and fathers of the bride. $79† includes $7 fee.
Note: No experience required.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
M
6-7 pm
DNC 315
Arnold campus
June 6-July 18
Felicia Pendorf
NEW
Social Dance Workshop
Learn and practice the smooth movements of the
foxtrot, tango, salsa and waltz. $67† includes $7 fee.
Note: No experience required. Bring a bag lunch.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
10:30 am-4 pm June 11
Deborah Washington
Develop a working knowledge of Maryland traffic
rules and procedures for operating a vehicle. Learn and
practice space management and vehicle maneuvering
skills in all traffic situations. Explore the factors affecting
vehicle control and driver performance. Required for
all persons (regardless of age) who want to obtain
a Maryland driver’s license. Includes 30 hours of
classroom instruction and six hours of behind-thewheel practice. $365 includes $332 fee.
Note: Students must be 16 years of age or older to register.
Offered in partnership with Elite Driving School. Section 103 is
for spanish speaking students only.
Sec. 301 11 sessions
M
6-7:30 pm
MTuWThF6-9:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
Sec. 302 11 sessions
M
6-7:30 pm
MTuWThF6-9:15 pm
W
6-7:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 6
June 7-17
June 18
Arnold campus
June 20
June 21-July 5
July 6
Sec. 303 11 sessions
M
10-11:30 am
MTuWThF10 am-1:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
Sec. 304 11 sessions
M
10-11:30 am
MTuWThF10 am-1:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
Sec. 305 11 sessions
M
10-11:30 am
MTuWThF10 am-1:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
AMIL
July 11
July 12-22
July 23
Arnold campus
July 25
July 26-Aug. 5
Aug. 6
Arnold campus
Aug. 8
Aug. 9-19
Aug. 20
Note: No class July 1 and 4.
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
LEARN HOW TO DRIVE AT AACC!
In Maryland, you must be 15 years 9 months or older to get your
learner's permit. Your teen can learn from the best at AACC. Our driver’s
education courses are offered days and evenings at our three convenient
locations in Arnold, Arundel Mills and Glen Burnie. Conducted by
Elite Driving School (MVA approved), our course includes 30 hours of
classroom instruction and six hours of actual driving practice. Tuition
and fees are $365 for Anne Arundel County residents.
For information, visit www.edu/driving or call 410-777-2325.
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W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
D R I V E R E D U C AT I O N • FA M I LY T I M E • F I N A N C I A L P L A N N I N G
FINANCIAL PLANNING
FNC 387
Develop a working knowledge of Maryland traffic
rules and procedures for operating a vehicle. Learn and
practice space management and vehicle maneuvering
skills in all traffic situations. Explore the factors affecting
vehicle control and driver performance. Required for
all persons (regardless of age) who want to obtain
a Maryland driver’s license. Includes 30 hours of
classroom instruction and six hours of behind-thewheel practice. $365† includes $332 fee.
Learn more about personal investing, budgeting and
retirement planning. Visit www.aacc.edu/finance.
Determine where your money goes. Find out how to
tackle your debt and make conscious decisions about
spending and saving. Learn how to fund your future
dreams. $100 includes $72 fee.
Driver Education Youth
Note: Students must be 15 years 9 months or older to
register. Offered in partnership with Elite Driving School.
Sec. 301 11 sessions
W
6-7:30 pm
MTuWThF6-9:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
Sec. 302 11 sessions
M
6-7:30 pm
MTuWThF6-9:15 pm
W
6-7:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 6
June 7-17
June 18
Arnold campus
June 20
June 21-July 5
July 6
Sec. 303 11 sessions
M
10-11:30 am
MTuWThF10 am-1:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
Sec. 304 11 sessions
M
10-11:30 am
MTuWThF10-11:30 am
Sa
10-11:30 am
Sec. 305 11 sessions
M
10-11:30 am
MTuWThF10 am-1:15 pm
Sa
10-11:30 am
AMIL
July 11
July 12-22
July 23
Arnold campus
July 25
July 26-Aug. 5
Aug. 6
Arnold campus
Aug. 8
Aug. 9-19
Aug. 20
Note: No class July 1 and 4.
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Thomas Adams
Explore annuity investments and gain a better
understanding of the different types as well as the
many features, benefits, costs, investment choices and
withdrawal options. $54 includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Batting
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Batting
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Batting
Everything You Need to Know About
Annuities
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Sa
9 am-noon
Arnold campus
June 4-11
Mark Beedenbender
Introduction to Financial Planning
Put your money to work. Develop an integrated,
balanced financial plan that includes tax reduction
methods, income protection and retirement planning.
Study insurance, real estate, fixed-income investments,
stock market, mutual funds, education needs and
principles of taxation and planning. $67 includes $12 fee.
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
MW
7-9 pm
These intergenerational courses offer an excellent way
to acquire knowledge and build relationships. Both an
adult and child must register for face-to-face and online
courses. For youth-only classes see Kids in College
Summer Camps, pages 19-43 www.aacc.edu/kic.
Study Algebra Online
Discover algebra’s relevance to everyday life. Become
skilled at solving a variety of problems and get ahead
by learning the basics of algebra before classes begin.
$100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go. For
children in grade 6 or older monitored by an adult.
Sharon Daniels
Sharon Daniels
Sharon Daniels
Arnold campus
June 6-15
Mark Beedenbender
Basics of Investing
Learn what you need to know before purchasing a
stock, bond or mutual fund. Examine some common
myths about investing. Discover how to develop a plan
to meet any financial goal. $47 includes $17 fee.
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Arnold campus
June 14-21
Mark Beedenbender
DLC 330
Keys to Successful Money Management
Learn about the broad array of investment choices
available. Discover the various ways to acquire and
accumulate cash and real property. Discuss the tax
implications of investment decisions. $100† includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
Susan Price-
ONLN EDGO
Susan Price-
ONLN EDGO
Susan Price-
FNE 318
Personal Finance
Learn to plan and manage your personal finances. Gain
control over the financial impact of your choices. Learn
to create and use a budget, borrow and invest wisely,
and plan for your financial future. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Gail Perry
Gail Perry
Gail Perry
RETIREMENT
FNC 374
IRA and 401(k) Distribution Options
FNE 311
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Tu
7-9 pm
FAM 547
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
FNC 397
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
FIN 347
FAMILY TIME
INTERGENERATIONAL
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
PERSONAL FINANCE
Where Does All My Money Go?
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Kirsten Iseminger
Kirsten Iseminger
Kirsten Iseminger
Unscramble these complex options so you don’t lose
up to 70 percent of money in taxes. Learn the pros
and cons of IRS-allowed payout options. Discover
why beneficiary designations are crucial, why planning
must begin before age 70½ and how to make your
IRAs continue tax deferred decades after your death.
Discussion will include the new conversion law. $49
includes $19 fee.
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Sec. 302
Th
Sec. 301
Sa
1 session
5-9 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
AMIL
June 2
Arnold campus
June 18
Roger Desai
John Bacci
FNE 314
Retirement Income Planning
Learn the basics of retirement income planning, as well
as more advanced topics. Review annuities, guaranteed
income vehicles, and tax and withdrawal strategies,
including the Grangaard Strategy and “split funding”
concepts. $49 includes $19 fee.
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-1 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
Arnold campus
June 4
John Bacci
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
KDS 843
FINANCIAL PLANNING • FISHING • FITNESS
FISHING
FNE 326
Learn to control your financial destiny. Discuss ways
to generate steady retirement income, maximize
investment returns, protect assets, minimize income
taxes and reduce estate taxes. $87 includes $17 fee.
Develop a retirement plan and set realistic goals.
Determine how much you must save. Discuss
investment options and overcome roadblocks that
impede progress. Learn strategies to protect your
wealth and assets. Workbook provided on the first
session. $73 includes $31 fee.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
FNC 357
Financial Strategies for
Successful Retirement
Passport to Retirement
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
TuTh
6:30-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-16
Robert Clark
FNE 327
Rejuvenate Your Retirement
Discuss strategies to plan for a financially secure
retirement. Plan for a tax-efficient income, lifestyle
preservation and inflation protection. Identify the
primary threats to a secure retirement. Examine longterm care options. $60 includes $31 fee.
Note: Includes a 143-page, illustrated workbook which is
provided on the first session. Course is designed for retirees.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
Tu
2 sessions
10 am-noon
2 sessions
1-3 pm
Arnold campus
June 9-16
Christopher Gordon
Arnold campus
June 14-21
Christopher Gordon
LFS 327
Navigating Medicare and Medicaid
Examine Medicare and Medicaid programs including
various choices, options and changes taking place to
make programs sustainable. Learn how to navigate
Medicare and Medicaid websites for important
information. $47† includes $17 fee.
Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments. Bring a
bag lunch.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-2 pm
Arnold campus
June 11
Ronald Deacon
LFS 315
Managing the Social Security Maze
Learn how to complete a Social Security application,
determine benefits and make informed decisions about
Social Security. Study Medicare and Medicaid, disability
under Social Security and the Supplemental Security
Income program. $37† includes $30 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with OnLine
Training. Instructors do not provide advice on specific
investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal investments.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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ONLN OLT
ONLN OLT
ONLN OLT
Mary Fabian
Mary Fabian
Mary Fabian
Note: Course is designed for preretirees. Instructors do
not provide advice on specific investments and neither the
instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’ personal
investments.
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
Tu
2 sessions
6-9 pm
2 sessions
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 7-14
Christopher Gordon
Arnold campus
July 12-19
Christopher Gordon
STOCKS AND BONDS
FNE 317
Stocks, Bonds and Investing: Oh My!
Learn how to manage personal finances, make
investment decisions and prepare adequately for the
future. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Aaron Clarey
Aaron Clarey
Aaron Clarey
FNE 319
The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks
Learn how to research and value stocks. Find out how
to read financial statements and calculate financial
ratios. Explore industrial comparisons and pricing
techniques. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Aaron Clarey
Aaron Clarey
Aaron Clarey
FNE 320
Introduction to Stock Options
Learn how to evaluate, buy, sell and profit from stocks
by using professional-caliber investment tools. Discover
how to protect your portfolio and profit in down, up or
even flat markets. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and
neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students’
personal investments.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Mark Quinn
Mark Quinn
Mark Quinn
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
AHC 362
Chesapeake Bay Fishing
Cover the basics of fresh and saltwater fishing. Discuss
bait fishing, lure fishing with spin and casting tackles,
and fly fishing. Learn about rigging baits, fish fighting
and landing techniques, tackle maintenance and angling
resources. $92† includes $32 fee.
Note: Bring a rod and reel for the hands-on part of class.
Bring a bag lunch.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-3:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 11
Dennis Doyle
FITNESS
For more information about AACC’s fitness and
recreation courses visit www.aacc.edu/fitness.
For fitness certification in the career and certification
section, page 89.
AQUATIC FITNESS
AHL 371
Swimming for Fitness
Practice speed drills and improve endurance through
this masters-type swim program. Includes stroke work
and strength building exercises as necessary. $157†
includes $23 fee.
Prerequisite: Student must be able to swim 300 yards or
have instructor’s permission.
Note: Student must be comfortable in deep water.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 303
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
20 sessions
7:30-8:20 am
20 sessions
7:30-8:20 am
20 sessions
7:30-8:20 am
Arnold campus
June 6-July 22
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
Arnold campus
July 25-Sept. 7
Susan Mainhart
Susan Mainhart
Susan Mainhart
HTH 395
Arthritis Aquatic Therapy
Designed for students limited by impaired joint motion
or strength. Practice exercises designed to improve
muscle strength, coordination, endurance and ability to
perform daily tasks. $61 includes $32 fee.
Sec. 301 14 sessions
Arnold campus
MWF
11-11:50 am
June 6-July 8
Aubrey Quasney,
John Quasney, Phyllis Farrell, Evelyn Rubel
Sec. 302 14 sessions
Arnold campus
MWF
11-11:50 am
July 11-Aug. 10 Aubrey Quasney,
John Quasney, Phyllis Farrell, Evelyn Rubel
Sec. 303 14 sessions
Arnold campus
MWF
11-11:50 am
Aug. 12-Sept. 12 Aubrey Quasney,
John Quasney, Phyllis Farrell, Evelyn Rubel
FITNESS
AHC 349
AHC 346
Practice speed drills and improve endurance through
this masters-type swim program. Includes stroke work
and strength building exercises as necessary. $88†
includes $23 fee.
Fuse Latin rhythms with easy-to-follow moves as you
learn Zumba fitness. Gain insights into the long-term
benefits of this calorie-burning, body-energizing
exercise program. $87† includes $7 fee.
Improve your cardiovascular system and tone muscles
through dance aerobics. Gain strength and flexibility
using hand weights with floor work. $97† includes
$7 fee.
Swimming for Fitness Mini Course
Prerequisite: Able to swim continuously for 15 minutes
using one or combination of free style, back stroke or breast
stroke or have instructor’s permission.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
TuTh
7:30-8:20 am
FIT 509
Arnold campus
June 7-30
Susan Mainhart
NEW
Aqua Barre
Experience a ballet-inspired aquatic workout. Develop
upper and lower body strength using a combination of
barre movement and pilates exercises. Apply principles
of dance with water resistance to tone core muscles
and improve flexibility and mobility. $209† includes
$17 fee.
Sec. 301 16 sessions
TuTh
6-7 pm
Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Bootcamp
Practice kinetic exercises (pushups, squats, planks,
strength building) on an anchored paddleboard in a
warm pool. Develop techniques needed to stand and
balance on a paddleboard. Strengthen core muscles and
improve balance and flexibility. $147† includes $93 fee.
Note: All experience levels welcome. Students should be
able to swim/tread water and feel comfortable in deep water.
ATC 509
Arnold campus
June 9-July 14
Karla Horton
NEW
Standup Paddleboard Yoga: SUP Yoga
Develop balance, strength and flexibility guided by an
experienced yogi paddling instructor in a heated pool.
Practice sitting, kneeling, lying down and standing
poses. Apply yoga techniques to help relieve stress.
$118† includes $46 fee.
Note: Students must be able to swim, be comfortable in
deep water and with falling off the board. Life vests are not
worn normally because of yoga poses.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Th
6:30-7:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 9-July 14
Kirsten Meister
GROUP EXERCISE
Arnold campus
June 6-Aug. 1
Jessica Michaels
Strengthen major muscle groups during this 60-minute
barbell class. Focus on light weights and high repetitions
in a motivating group environment. Burn fat and tone
muscle with squats, lunges, curls and presses. $116†
includes $32 fee.
Note: Weighted workout bar included. All experience
levels welcome.
Arnold campus
June 2-July 14
Sec. 301 10 sessions
TuTh
8:30-9:30 am
TAI CHI
Combine ballet barre core exercises with ballet and
modern dance moves for body shaping results. Increase
flexibility, strengthen your core and improve posture.
$77† includes $7 fee.
AHC 393
Embody Barre
Note: All experience levels welcome.
Sec. 301 7 sessions
M
6-7 pm
Arnold campus
June 6-July 25
Jessica Michaels
Combine Taijiquan and Qi Gong movements to help
achieve mental, physical and emotional well-being.
Increase flexibility and muscular strength. Improve
balance, posture and coordination. Develop breathing
techniques for relaxation and stress relief. $79† includes
$7 fee.
Note: All experience levels welcome.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
W
7:15-8:15 pm
Arnold campus
June 8-July 13
Thisbe Sahwell
AHC 389
Beginning Boxing
Learn basic punching techniques and footwork. Increase
physical fitness through strength and conditioning as
well as flexibility training. Practice punching and moving
while remaining balanced. $80† includes $67 fee.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
W
8-9 pm
TPBX
June 8-July 13
Nicholas Manthos
Butts and Guts
Work out your lower body with a focus on burning fat
and toning muscles. $87† includes $7 fee.
Note: No class July 25.
Arnold campus
June 13-Aug. 15
Melanie Tucker
Comprehensive Tai Chi
Continue studying tai chi with focus on refinement of
the 74-movement LaoJia YiLu form, 83-movement
LaoJia ErLu form and two person practice. Designed for
students who can perform the 18 Essence Form. $79†
includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
MW
12 sessions
10:30-11:45 am
12 sessions
10:30-11:45 am
Arnold campus
June 6-July 18
Sean Martial
Arnold campus
July 20-Aug. 29 Sean Martial
HLH 344
Morning Tai Chi
Hone movements that focus on relaxation, stress
reduction, balance and coordination. $79† includes
$7 fee.
Note: Geared toward adults age 60 and older.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
MW
12 sessions
9-10:15 am
12 sessions
9-10:15 am
Arnold campus
June 6-July 18
Sean Martial
Arnold campus
July 20-Aug. 29 Sean Martial
YOGA
HLH 345
Morning Yoga
Note: Bring your own yoga mat.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
MW
14 sessions
9-9:50 am
14 sessions
9-9:50 am
Arnold campus
June 1-July 20
Arnold campus
July 25-Sept. 12
Scheri Goff
AHL 337
Yoga
Experience a calisthenics-based fitness program.
Practice simple but profoundly effective exercises. Little
or no equipment is needed. Designed for those who
need motivation to start and continue a fitness lifestyle.
$87† includes $7 fee.
Note: No class July 25.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
M
6-7 pm
Judith Schummer
Experience the softer side of yoga. Focus on relaxation
and stretching. $62† includes $7 fee.
AHC 356
Sec. 301 8 sessions
M
7-8 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 7
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Note: Geared toward adults age 60 and older.
ATC 508
Basic Boot Camp
Power Pump
Aerobics
AHC 359
AHC 335
AHC 366
Sec. 301 7 sessions
Th
6-7 pm
Sec. 301 8 sessions
M
7:15-8:15 pm
TajiFit™
Arnold campus
June 7-July 28
AHC 500
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Th
7:30-8:30 pm
Zumba
Arnold campus
June 13-Aug. 15
Melanie Tucker
Learn to relax your body and mind with exercises
that improve flexibility, strength and coordination.
Emphasizes proper breathing and body alignment.
Work at your own pace in this noncompetitive
discipline. All levels welcome. $132† includes $7 fee.
Note: Bring your own yoga mat.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
Tu
7:30-8:45 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 9
Jennifer Lahtinen
Mary Krause
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
AHC 363
F I T N E S S • F O O D A N D C U L I N A RY
COO 325
COO 357
Safely stretch and tone your body while you release
the tension and stress of daily life. Combines yoga and
Pilates methods. $82† includes $7 fee.
Become a food and nutrition expert with the guidance
of a registered dietitian. Learn how to reduce fat in
your cooking without sacrificing flavor or texture. $116†
includes $72 fee.
Tour three wineries with a Maryland wine expert. Study
how the unique features of each wine region affect the
final bottled product. Learn each winery’s winemaking
approach and sample several wines at each location.
$95† includes $50 fee.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
ATC 380
Yoga Tone
Note: Bring your own yoga mat.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
Tu
6 sessions
6-7:15 pm
6 sessions
6-7:15 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 12
Arnold campus
July 19-Aug. 23
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 July 1-Sept. 30
Jennifer Lahtinen
COO 356
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-7 pm
Watch a chef create extraordinary lobster dishes. Learn
basic lobster anatomy, butchering and how to use the
lobster to make stock. Enjoy a variety of dishes made
with the succulent and sweet meat. $67† includes
$31 fee.
ENTERTAINING AND LIFESTYLE
Yoga for Back Care
Learn yoga positions that help relieve back pain
and bring the spine back into its natural alignment.
Strengthen and stretch the lower back muscles. $64†
includes $7 fee.
Note: Bring your own yoga mat.
Pamela Blum
Donna Acosta
Note: Chef demonstration and tasting.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
HCAT 112
July 8
Aida Blanco
Simply Salmon
Gentle Yoga
Experience the softer side of yoga, with an emphasis
on relaxation and stretching. Great for beginners. $79†
includes $7 fee.
Note: Bring your own yoga mat.
6 sessions
6-7 pm
6 sessions
6-7 pm
Arnold campus
June 9-July 14
Arnold campus
July 21-Aug. 25
Christine Kelly
FOOD AND CULINARY
Visit www.aacc.edu/hcat for information about AACC’s
Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism information sessions
and upcoming events. For information about courses for
hospitality and culinary professionals, see page 73, in the
careers and certifications section. Because the kitchens
and recipes used in AACC culinary classes may contain
ingredients or other substances which could cause
allergic reactions in some individuals, AACC cannot
be and is not responsible for any allergic reaction(s)
one may incur as a result of participating in any of our
culinary classes. Anne Arundel Community College does
not assume any liability or responsibility for any allergic
and/or adverse reactions to food touched or consumed
or substances or items one may come into contact with
while participating in culinary classes.
Learn about the many ways to cook salmon from quick
and easy weeknight meals to elegant yet simple ideas
for entertaining. Explore salmon’s versatility and health
benefits. $67† includes $31 fee.
12
HCAT 112
June 3
ONLN EDGO
Linda Elliott
HANDS ON COOKING
COO 319
A World of Curries
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
2-5 pm
CLI 344
A Taste of Thailand
Note: Chef demonstration and tasting.
HCAT 112
Aug. 13
Linda Elliott
CLI 328
Healthy Eating: Steaming and Poaching
Gather tips and recipes for making nutritious and
delicious fruits, vegetables and meats by steaming and
poaching. $65† includes $29 fee
Note: Chef demonstration and tasting.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
Galindo
HCAT 112
Aug. 26
Aida Blanco
CULINARY TOURS
HCAT 112
June 4
Linda Elliott
Gelatin Art
Increase your skill using handmade tools and molds to
produce 3-D flowers and foliage decorations for cakes
and other desserts with gelatin art, a Latin-inspired
edible art form. Identify types of gelatin and their proper
preparation and uses. Explore flavors and textures of
gelatins. $85† includes $37 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
10 am-2 pm
HCAT 112
June 5
Louise Nielsen
Come Out of Your Shell and Learn to Cook
NEW
Chesapeake Wine Trail Part 2
Note: Must be 21 or older to enroll. A boxed lunch will be
provided. Meet at 9:30 a.m. in parking lot B.
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
10 am-7 pm
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
CLN 344
Explore wineries along the upper Chesapeake Wine Trail
with a wine expert. Learn each winery’s winemaking
approach and sample wines at each location. $95†
includes $50 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
Translate your love of cooking and planning parties into
a profitable and reputable catering business. Gather
insights, tricks of the trade and many catering recipes.
$116† includes $72 fee.
Learn to prepare popular Thai dishes. Balance the flavor
of curry in stews and noodles. $67† includes $31 fee.
Aida Blanco
COO 306
Note: Chef demonstration and tasting.
Secrets of the Caterer
CUL 304
HCAT 112
Aug. 5
CLI 379
Learn the basics of using fresh herbs in your kitchen,
whether purchased or homegrown. Explore the
diversity of fresh herbs, what to select at the market
and methods of preservation. $67† includes $31 fee.
Mary Mulvihill
Experience the different textures and flavors of
classic curries from around the world. Prepare recipes
incorporating various spices like turmeric, coriander and
cumin, and ingredients including meat, fish, lentils, rice
and vegetables. $67† includes $31 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
Galindo
COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS
How to Use Fresh Herbs
TOUR
Aug. 27
GME 327
Sec. 301 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Note: Chef demonstration and tasting.
Christine Kelly
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. Boxed lunch
provided. Meet at 9 a.m. in Parking Lot B, Arnold campus.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CLN 399
ATC 381
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
Th
ONLN EDGO
Lobster Lovers Dream
Arnold campus
June 9-30
Carroll Wine Trail
Jennifer Lahtinen
AHC 377
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Th
6:30-7:45 pm
Luscious Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals
TOUR
July 30
Mary Mulvihill
Karen Koch
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Shellfish Discover the different qualities of assorted
types of shellfish. Learn how to select, store and prepare
seafood. $77† includes $41 fee.
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
HCAT 112
June 10
Linda Elliott
F O O D A N D C U L I N A RY
Favorite Chinese Take-Out Recipes
Re-create your favorite dishes at home that taste better
and cost less than take-out. Learn to make fresh and
healthy versions of Chinese-American classics. $67†
includes $31 fee.
AACC's HCAT Institute is where culinary adventures
happen. HCAT boasts a 10,000-square-foot,
state-of-the-art commercial kitchen in Glen Burnie.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Take a peek at all the exciting classes offered
and choose an adventure that will feed your passion.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
HCAT Institute
7438 Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
HCAT 112
July 16
Diane Horn
COO 360
The Artisan Pretzel
www.aacc.edu/hcat
Learn to knead, shape, boil and bake artisan pretzels.
Produce several varieties with different seasonings of
this perennial favorite. $77† includes $29 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
CLI 376
CLN 337
NEW
Summer Cooking from the Farmers Market
A Taste of Japan
Learn to make basic Japanese cuisine and expand the
palette of those flavors. Create staples such as miso
soup, udon, dumplings and sushi. Prepare adapted
Japanese recipes, influenced from Western ingredients.
$65† includes $29 fee.
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
HCAT 112
June 11
Diane Horn
Explore the world of fresh and seasonal summer fruits
and vegetables. Learn to optimize what’s available at
your local farmers market. $67† includes $31 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
CLI 377
HCAT 112
June 24
Edmund Tyler
NEW
Cooking with Tofu
CLI 308
Quick and Easy Sauces for Fish
Getting stuck in a seafood rut? Need some quick and
easy sauces to dress up fish? Learn techniques to make
modern sauces that perk up pescatarian plates. $67†
includes $31 fee.
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
CLI 378
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
10 am-2 pm
HCAT 112
June 17
Diane Horn
Olive Oil the Key Ingredient
Explore olive oils from different countries and learn to
differentiate which are appropriate for cooking, baking,
dressings and finishing oils. $65† includes $29 fee.
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
HCAT 112
June 18
Aida Blanco
COO 361
Shortcakes, Cobblers and Crisps
Discover easy American desserts made with common
pantry ingredients. Learn how to use seasonal fresh
fruit to make delicious summer desserts. $77† includes
$29 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
10 am-2 pm
HCAT 112
June 19
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
HCAT 112
June 25
Diane Horn
Karen Koch
Karen Koch
CLI 304
Cooking with Summer Fruit
Learn to use fruit in unexpected ways. Update recipes
by adding summer fruit to create a feast. $67† includes
$31fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
HCAT 112
July 22
Karen Koch
CLN 339
A Taste of New England
Learn how to prepare lobster and scallops using
indigenous foods such as squash, maple syrup and
cranberries to enhance the flavors of dishes. $67†
includes $31 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
2-5 pm
COO 362
Under the Boardwalk:
Favorite Summer Seaside
NEW
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
Learn to make dishes using tofu. Identify tofu’s health
benefits and learn to use it as a meat substitute.
Explore types of tofu, their uses, and tips on buying tofu
products. $65† includes $29 fee.
HCAT 112
July 17
HCAT 112
July 23
Christine Romans
COO 307
Treats Learn how to make classic boardwalk treats at
home. Travel from New England to the mid-Atlantic,
from sweet to savory and hot to cold with recipes that
may include frozen custard to clam chowder. $67†
includes $31 fee.
Sensational Summer Salads
Beat the heat with a repertoire of tempting salads
perfect for lunches, picnics or parties. Learn to make
creative and satisfying sides and meals from hot, cold,
cooked and raw ingredients. $67† includes $31 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
2-5 pm
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
HCAT 112
July 9
Aida Blanco
HCAT 112
July 29
Karen Koch
CLN 328
CLI 305
Learn how to properly use a variety of knives. Practice
standard cuts as well as more advanced techniques.
Learn to slice, dice and chop in the safest and most
efficient way. $58† includes $22 fee.
Dust off the grill and get some fresh recipes for a
successful summer feast. Learn chef secrets for spice
rubs, marinades and barbecue sauces with maximum
flavor. $67† includes $31 fee.
Hands-on Knife Skills
Backyard Barbecue
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-1 pm
HCAT 112
July 15
Cheryl Ignaczak
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
HCAT 112
July 30
Cheryl Ignaczak
13
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
COO 304
ENJOY CLASSES AT OUR STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITY!
F O O D A N D C U L I N A RY • G A R D E N I N G
CLI 306
CUL 302
Learn to make the best chewy fudge brownies as well
as variations like blondies, cream cheese and triple
chocolate. Never make brownies from a box again!
$77† includes $29 fee.
Learn how to preserve the best of summer produce
economically. Enjoy garden fresh taste all year long by
canning fresh vegetables. Prepare and store garden
vegetable soups to enjoy on a cold winter night. $79†
includes $31 fee.
Discover the light, crisp and refreshing wines that
enhance any menu and make summer special. $77†
includes $47 fee.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
COO 336
Best Brownie Workshop
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
10 am-2 pm
HCAT 112
July 31
Christine Romans
CLI 303
Preserve the Taste of Summer
Pressure Canning 101
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-2 pm
HCAT 112
Aug. 20
CLI 330
Preserve summer’s sweet memories in a jar. Learn to
take seasonal fruit at their peak and turn them into
jam and jellies that will last well into the winter. $79†
includes $31 fee.
Adventures in Tapas
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-2 pm
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
2-5 pm
Galindo
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
HCAT 112
Aug. 6
Cheryl Ignaczak
CLI 325
Enhance knife skills with new and elaborate knife cuts
using the foundations acquired in Hands on Knife Skills.
Practice using a mandolin safely. Explore knife cuts such
as tourne and lozenge. $60† includes $24 fee.
Prerequisite: Hands On Knife Skills CLN 328.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
HCAT 112
Aug. 12
Cheryl Ignaczak
CLI 342
Learn how to make the perfect soufflè from an HCAT
chef. Explore creating classic cheese soufflÈs and
decadent dessert soufflès. $65† includes $29 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
HCAT 112
Aug. 14
Karen Koch
COO 359
HCAT 112
Aug. 27
Aida Blanco
Learn to execute a complete menu of freshly grilled
seafood for a party or a simple dinner at home. $67†
includes $31 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and
long pants.
HCAT 112
Aug. 19
CLN 349
Summer Beers
Discuss and sample the crisp, light and spiced ales
and lagers available during the summer season. $60†
includes $24 fee.
Aida Blanco
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
HCAT 114
June 17
Tim Trigilio
Beer Styles From the United States
Learn about the growing diversity and quality of
American beers. Explore the history of beer production
in America and the impact of the new craft beer scene.
Styles to be addressed will include California steam ale,
American pale ale, American light pilsner lager, East and
West Coast India pale ales, Imperial beer styles, and
newly created styles from extreme craft beer pioneers.
$59† includes $23 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
5-8 pm
HCAT 114
June 25
Dania Blair
CLN 350
Beer and Summer Salads
Discover beer and salad pairings perfect for the heat of
the summer season. Salad recipes will focus on easy-tomake dishes, utilizing seasonal ingredients along with
local or seasonal beers. $63† includes $27 fee.
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll.
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
2-5 pm
HCAT 112
Aug. 7
CLN 355
Tour d’Italia: Southern Italy
and Island Wines
Explore the variety of red and white wines produced
in Southern Italy and the islands of Sicily and Sardinia.
Discuss indigenous grapes, local conditions, winemaking practices, local cuisine pairings and sample
wines. $70† includes $46 fee.
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
7-9 pm
HCAT 114
Aug. 26
Timothy Trigilio
CLN 348
Local Craft Beer Appreciation:
Maryland, Virginia
and Delaware Discover the different craft breweries
in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware and sample their
beers. Discuss brewery history, freshness of product,
local pride, environmental soundness and even job
creation. $59† includes $23 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
7-10 pm
HCAT 114
July 8
GARDENING
HRT 303
Plants for Autumn Interest
Discover the variety of plants that provide flowering
as well as architectural interest throughout the fall and
winter months. Identify the trees, shrubs and other
perennials that can make autumn and winter gardens
beautiful and interesting. $55† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
W
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 8-15
Elizabeth Matarese
HRT 301
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll.
Timothy Trigilio
Honey, I Shrunk the Garden
Discuss the creation and maintenance of a terrarium
garden. Make your own 7-by-11-inch terrarium and
create a miniature world with plants, pebbles, natural
materials and moss. $69† includes $57 fee.
Note: Supplies included.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
2-4 pm
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
WHEB
June 11
Maria Price-Nowakowski
HOR 394
Explore the Native Orchids of Anne
Arundel County
Identify local varieties of orchids in Anne Arundel
County. Examine their ecosystem requirements and
where to locate them. Discuss ways to successfully add
to a garden. $40† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
M
6-9 pm
14
HCAT 114
July 15
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
7-10 pm
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll.
Summer Seafood on the Grill
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
Note: Students must wear closed-toe shoes and long pants.
CLN 316
Sweet and Savory Soufflès
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
2-5 pm
Enjoy a taste of Spain without ever leaving your kitchen.
Learn to make Spanish-inspired small plates known as
tapas that are perfect for entertaining. $65† includes
$29 fee.
WINE AND BEER ACADEMY
Knife Skills 2
Sec. 301 1 session
F
6:30-9:30 pm
Cheryl Ignaczak
Summer Wines
Arnold campus
June 13
Elizabeth Matarese
G A R D E N I N G • G O L F • H E A LT H
ATC 302
Discover how to save money and become more selfsufficient by growing a bounty of fruit and vegetables
in your own backyard. Discuss soil preparation, plant
selection, pests, diseases, water and fertilization. $100†
includes $72 fee.
Instructor helps continuing students correct the quirks
of their game before they become habits. Improve your
putting, get rid of those slices and expand your ability to
make trouble shots. $97† includes $37 fee.
Start Your Own Edible Garden
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Katie Powell-Lee
Katie Powell-Lee
Katie Powell-Lee
INT 349
Growing Plants for Fun and Profit
Cover licensing, site preparation, equipment, and how
and where to find supplies. Learn to select and produce
quality plants appropriate to your climate zone. Focus
on marketing your product. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Mike Harlan
Mike Harlan
Mike Harlan
Discuss how to build a garden that absorbs storm water
runoff and slows excess water as it heads toward rivers
and streams. Create a landscape plan using indigenous
plants for bog gardens. $40† includes $7 fee.
Arnold campus
June 27
Elizabeth Matarese
HRT 302
For the Love of Lavender
Identify local varieties and uses of lavender. Make an
8-inch fragrant lavender wreath, a lavender potpourri
sachet. Take a lavender plant home. $64† includes
$52 fee.
Note: Supplies included.
WHEB
July 9
Maria Price-Nowakowski
GOLF
Golf for Beginners
Learn the basics of the sport and course etiquette.
Focus on proper setup, putting, irons, woods and
trouble shots. $97† includes $37 fee.
Note: Sessions two, three and four will meet at SPGC. Bring
an iron and putter to second class. Bucket of balls included.
4 sessions
9:30-11 am
4 sessions
10-11:30 am
4 sessions
6:30-8 pm
Arnold campus
July 26-Aug. 4
James Vickery
HEALTH
Health care professionals see Health Care in the careers
and certifications sections, pages 69-72 or visit www.
aacc.edu/healthcare. For information about personal
health courses, visit www.aacc.edu/personalhealth.
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in Mental
Health First Aid, see pages 104-109.
AGING
Arnold campus
June 6-15
Arnold campus
June 14-23
Arnold campus
July 12-21
James Vickery
James Vickery
AACC offers both CPR and first aid courses.
See pages 90-91.
For information, contact Mar-Lynn Mickens at
410-777-2560 or [email protected]
Downsizing: Moving Made Easy
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s
Commission on Accreditation.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 17
GAIN OR RENEW YOUR
CPR CERTIFICATION
LFS 316
Gain the knowledge and skills needed to effectively
help individuals who are experiencing a terminal illness.
Examine the latest developments, treatments and
technology. CEUs issued. $197† includes $147fee.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Caroline Young
Caroline Young
Caroline Young
LFS 331
Healthy Aging
Discuss healthy aging including the impact of nutrition
and physical activity, changes in the brain and the role
of sexuality. CEUs issued. $65 includes $42 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s
Commission on Accreditation.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
AHL 397
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 303
TuTh
Sec. 301 4 sessions
TuTh
10-11:30 am
End-of-Life Care
Discover Bog Gardening
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-noon
Note: Bring a 9-iron and putter to first class. Bucket of balls
included. Class will meet at SPGC.
COA 343
HOR 379
Sec. 301 1 session
M
6-8:30 pm
Intermediate Golf
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Cyndie Koopsen
Cyndie Koopsen
Cyndie Koopsen
Prepare yourself or a loved one for moving into a new
stage of life. Learn tips for staging a home for sale.
Explore downsizing and sorting to make the move easier.
Create a practical moving plan. $31† includes $14 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 16
Susan Weber
LFS 335
Navigational Tools for the Caregiver
Explore the continuum of care and community services
available for seniors, including aging in place and
facility-based care. Learn how to access the appropriate
care services. $43† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9-11:30 am
Arnold campus
June 25
Jennifer Sapp
MIND AND BODY
HLH 382
Medicinal Herbs from the Garden
CAREGIVING
Discuss the history, chemical properties and
applications of medicinal plants. Learn to grow,
harvest and process organically grown herbs and other
ingredients into teas, tinctures, salves, syrups and oils.
Take home product samples. $107† includes $52 fee.
COA 306
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Sa
10 am-noon
Caring for Aging Parents
Learn compassionate ways to help older parents
face the issues of aging. Acquire practical tools and
techniques for coping with oncoming physical and
mental limitations. CEUs issued. $105 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Marsiea Warren
Marsiea Warren
Marsiea Warren
WHEB
June 4-25 Maria Price-Nowakowski
HLH 320
Massage for Couples
Learn relaxation therapy and stress reduction with a
partner. Help connect with one another as you learn
the importance of flexibility and proper breathing
techniques. Experience closeness as well as a means for
soothing aching muscles. $92† includes $32 fee.
Note: Partner/spouse pay tuition separately. Register at
same time. Wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Su
1-4 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
Arnold campus
June 5-12
Gabrielle Malone
15
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
HOR 388
H E A LT H • H I S TO RY A N D H E R I TAG E
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
HLH 503
NEW
Medical Marijuana: Uses and Benefits
Explore the safe use of medical marijuana. Evaluate
its benefits, effects and outcomes in certain diseases.
Examine clinical research findings, focusing on
traditional and contemporary medicinal uses. Discuss
side effects and future trends. $34† includes $10 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
M
6-8 pm
HLH 504
Arnold campus
June 13
Jurga Sauvageot
NEW
Herbs and Herbal Supplements
Explore the role and use of culinary and medicinal
herbs. Discuss contemporary herbalism and its place in
modern medicine. Examine interactions with medical
conditions and medications. Evaluate trends; discover
differences in quality. $48† includes $10 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 21
Jurga Sauvageot
HLH 371
Lose Weight and Keep It Off
Establish a healthy approach to weight loss and
successful lifetime maintenance. Set and achieve goals
that make sense. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Donna Acosta
Donna Acosta
Donna Acosta
HLH 372
Introduction to Natural Health and Healing
Learn how to improve wellness, balance and health
in your daily life. Gain a basic understanding of an
integrative approach to achieving natural health. $100†
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Theresa Snyder
Theresa Snyder
Theresa Snyder
HISTORY AND HERITAGE
LOCAL AND REGIONAL
HISTORIC PRESERVATION
HSY 337
HSY 303
NEW
Biggs Museum of American Art
and John Dickinson Plantation
Learn about the private collection of nationally famous
works by Schoonover, Bierstadt, Peale and regionally
made Chippendale through Craftsman period decorative
arts. $75 includes $17 fee.
Note: Field trip to Biggs Museum and John Dickinson
Plantation in Dover, Del., after one-hour lecture. Transportation
by AACC bus provided. Extensive walking required.
Participants must be able to walk without assistance or
provide their own caregiver who also will be required to
register for the class. Bring lunch or purchase on own. Wear
comfortable walking shoes and dress for outdoors.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
8:30-9:30 am
Th
9:30 am-5 pm
HSY 302
Arnold campus
June 16
Theresa Masek
NEW
Baltimore Mansions:
Georgian Styled Architecture
Learn about the Georgian-styled 18th century Hampton
Mansion and 20th Century Italianate/Georgian
Revival styled Evergreen House. Tour two mansions in
Baltimore built by entrepreneurs of their time - Ridgely
and Garrett. $69 includes $34 fee.
Note: Field trip to Hampton Mansion and Evergreen House
after one-hour lecture. Transportation by AACC bus included.
Extensive walking required. Participants must be able to walk
without assistance or provide their own caregiver who also
must register for the class. Bring bag lunch or purchase on
own. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for outdoors.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
9-10 am
Tu
10 am-5 pm
Arnold campus
June 28
Theresa Masek
LEARN TO RIDE
AACC offers the MVA required motorcycle safety course. See page 18.
For information call 410-777-7387.
16
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
NEW
U.S. Capitals: Then and Now
Examine the history of the 14 U.S. Capitol buildings and
the nine cities which served as the seats of the U.S.
Congress. Identify the reasons for the relocations. Visit
the U.S. Capitol and the eighth Capitol – the Annapolis
State House. $88 includes $19 fee.
Note: This class consists of two evening lectures and a
Saturday tour of the U.S. Capitol and Annapolis State House.
Transportation by AACC included. Extensive walking required.
Participants must be able to walk and stand for hours without
assistance. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for
outdoors. Bring a bag lunch.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
TuTh
7-9 pm
Sa
9 am-4 pm
HSY 328
Arnold campus
June 21-25
George Sweger
NEW
President Lincoln’s Cottage
Discover how Lincoln used a rural cottage setting in
Washington D.C., as an incubator for critical wartime
decisions and emancipation policies. Participate in a
modern day version of Lincoln’s Cabinet with fellow
classmates. $79 includes $40 fee.
Note: Enrollment deadline is March 11, 2016. Lecture is
in the evening; guided tour of Lincoln’s Cottage is Saturday.
Transportation by AACC included. Extensive walking and
climbing stairs required without assistance. Bring a bag lunch
or purchase one on your own. Wear comfortable walking
shoes and dress for outdoors.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Th
7-9 pm
Sa
8:30 am-3 pm
HSY 311
Arnold campus
July 21
July 23
Anita Ramundo
NEW
Maryland’s State House: Now and Then
Discover the rich history of Maryland’s 18th century
State House with a focus on 1783-1784 when it served
as the nation’s first peacetime capitol. Tour the newly
restored Old Senate Chamber highlighting major historic
events. Examine additional 18th century structures in
Annapolis. $59† includes $7 fee.
Note: Students meet in Annapolis at location to be
determined. Extensive walking required. Students must be
able to walk without assistance or provide their own caregiver
who also will be required to register for the class. Bring a bag
lunch or purchase on own. Wear comfortable walking shoes
and dress for outdoors.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Th
7-9 pm
Aug. 4-6
Sa
9:30 am-2:30 pm
Mary Mulvihill
H I S TO RY A N D H E R I TAG E • H O M E I M P R OV E M E N T • K AYA K I N G A N D PA D D L E B OA R D
HOME IMPROVEMENT
AHC 385
HSY 336
For the latest information about home and garden
classes visit www.aacc.edu/homegarden.
Participate in a two-hour guided tour of Quiet Waters
Park, Harness Creek and the South River. Experience
tranquil settings, open water views and wildlife
sightings of blue heron, deer, osprey and more. $50†
includes $44 fee.
NEW
The Battle of Antietam
Examine the role of Confederate and Union
commanders that changed the course of the
Confederate Army’s northern offensive. Discuss the
strategies and battlefield tactics of Generals George
McClellan, Stonewall Jackson, Ambrose Burnside, and
Robert E. Lee. Explore the Antietam National Battlefield
that historians believe was the most significant Civil
War battle. $74 includes $25 fee.
Note: Extensive walking required. Participants must be
able to walk and stand for hours without assistance. Wear
comfortable shoes and dress for outdoors. Bring a bag lunch
or purchase one on own.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
8:30 am-5 pm
XOFF
June 11
Lester Brooks
HSY 314
U.S. Presidents Series: Top Five Presidents
Examine the evaluative processes historians use to
rank U.S. Presidents. Discuss and then assess the lives,
political careers, and presidencies of the five best ranked
Presidents in American History. $60 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Sa
9:30-11:30 am
AMIL
July 9-30
Patrick Heline
HSY 315
U.S. Presidents Series:
Worst Five Presidents
Examine the evaluative processes historians use to rank
U.S. presidents. Discuss and assess the lives, political
careers and presidencies of the five worst-ranked
presidents in American history. $60 includes $7 fee.
Note: No class Sept. 5.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
M
6-8 pm
AMIL
Aug. 22-Sept. 19 Patrick Heline
DECORATING
Kayak Tour
IND 315
Note: Fee to enter park not included. All experience levels
welcome. Brief instruction included for beginners.
Explore the use of color in the nine basic feng shui
principles. Develop an understanding of the association
between color choice and space. Personalize your home
through hands-on learning experiences. $43† includes
$7 fee.
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Color Your Home Using Feng Shui
Note: Bring a photo of your home’s exterior and one
interior room.
Sec. 301 1 session
W
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 1
Carol Yarrow
IND 310
Introduction to Interior Design
Explore a career in interior design. Learn how to
transform any room into a beautiful and functional
space. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Sarah Smallwood
Sarah Smallwood
Sarah Smallwood
KAYAKING AND
PADDLEBOARD
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Basic Paddleboarding
Basic Kayaking
Beginners can increase skills, safety awareness, general
knowledge and enjoyment on the water. Discuss gear
and safety. Practice kayak entry and exit, multiple
strokes and efficiency, and T-rescues. $75† includes
$63 fee.
Note: Fee to enter park not included.
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 4
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 11
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 18
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 25
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 9
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 16
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 23
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 30
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 6
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 13
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 20
QWPA
June 4
QWPA
June 11
QWPA
June 18
QWPA
June 25
QWPA
July 9
QWPA
July 16
QWPA
July 23
QWPA
July 30
QWPA
Aug. 6
QWPA
Aug. 13
QWPA
Aug. 20
AHC 386
AHC 384
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Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Beginners can increase skills, general knowledge and
enjoyment on stand-up paddleboards. Discuss gear and
safety. Practice mounting, standing, multiple strokes,
efficiency and in-water recovery. $75† includes $63 fee.
Note: Fee to enter park not included.
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10:30 am-12:30 pm June 5
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 12
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 19
12 sessions
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm June 26
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 10
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 17
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 24
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm July 31
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 7
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 14
1 session
QWPA
10:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 21
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
U.S. HISTORY
K AYA K I N G A N D PA D D L E B O A R D • M A R T I A L A R T S • M OTO R C YC L E S A F E T Y • M U S I C
MOTORCYCLE SAFETY
Take a guided tour of Harness Creek and the South River
just outside downtown Annapolis. Experience a variety
of wildlife and scenic river views. $50† includes $44 fee.
Whether you are a novice or simply interested in
brushing up on your skills, AACC has a motorcycle safety
course for you. AACC is an independent training site for
the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration’s motorcycle
training courses including the Basic Rider Course (BRC),
the Alternative Basic Rider Course (ABRC) and the
Experienced Rider Course (BRCII). Anyone younger
than 18 years old must complete the Basic Rider Course
before applying for a motorcycle license. Courses are
held at a riding range located on AACC’s Arnold campus.
Instructors are certified by both the Motor Vehicle
Administration and Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
For information visit www.aacc.edu/motorcycle.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
AHC 387
Paddleboard Tours
Note: Fee to enter park not included. All experience levels
welcome. Brief instruction included for beginners.
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Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
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Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
MARTIAL ARTS
ATC 377
Aikido
Practice distancing, evasive footwork, pins, joint twists
and open hand strikes. $157† includes $7 fee.
Note: Club is affiliated with Aikido America International/
Shin Aikido Rengo.
Sec. 301 12 sessions
Arnold campus
MW
7-8:30 pm
June 6-July 18
Sec. 302 12 sessions
Arnold campus
MW
7-8:30 pm
July 20-Aug. 29
Raymond Mack
Kurt Froehlich
Raymond Mack
Kurt Froehlich
AHC 392
Jujitsu for Self Defense
Learn basic self-defense techniques based on this
Japanese martial art. Identify and practice principles of
self-defense through simulated attacks and role-playing.
Prepare to advance in belt rank in the American Jujitsu
Association. $157† includes $7 fee.
Note: All experience levels welcome. Wear loose
comfortable clothing. Instructor is an American Jujitsu
Association black belt.
Sec. 301 12 sessions
TuTh
7:30-9:05 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 14
David Boesel
DRV 500
Motorcycle Safety and
Licensure Review (BRC)
New riders prepare for class M license with this MVA
approved Basic Rider Course. Learn basic street-riding
skills, how to select riding gear and defensive-riding
strategies. Written and skills exam included. Basic Rider
Handbook required and available at AACC Bookstore
at no charge with course confirmation. $327 includes
$192 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle
Administration. Protective clothing required during riding
range training. Only Maryland state license holders can
receive a class M designation from the Maryland Vehicle
Administration. Visit www.aacc.edu/motorcycle/brc.cfm
for more information.
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4 sessions
5:45-9 pm
8 am-2 pm
4 sessions
5:45-9 pm
8 am-2 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-5
Brian McLeod
Arnold campus
June 15-19
Bonnie Griffie
Arnold campus
June 22-26
Ben Kincade
Bonnie Griffie
Arnold campus
Aug. 17-21
Lisa Hecker
Arnold campus
Aug. 24-28
Ben Kincade
Motorcycle Safety and Licensure Review:
Intermediate (ABRC) Experienced riders prepare for
class M license exam. Learn about ride preparation, road
management and defensive-riding strategies. Written
and skills exam included. $307 includes $122 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle
Administration. Riders must demonstrate minimum riding
proficiency. Protective clothing required during riding range
training. Only Maryland state license holders can receive
a class M designation from the Maryland Motor Vehicle
Association. Visit www.aacc.edu/motorcycle/brc2.cfm
for more information.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
12:30-7:30 pm
PARK
June 18
MUSIC
For information about AACC’s music
offerings and upcoming events visit
www.aacc.edu/music/noncredit.
COMMUNITY ENSEMBLES
MUC 311
Perform in a concert band and/or wind ensemble. Open
to all qualified musicians. An audition may be required.
Programs are prepared by the college for a public
performance. $47† includes $37 fee.
Note: Performance dates announced in class. For details,
contact performance arts department, 410-777-7230, or
www.aacc.edu/music.
Arnold campus
May 23-Aug. 1
Paul Dembowski
Brian McLeod
LFS 337
Bonnie Griffie
Arnold campus
July 20-24
Ben Kincade
NEW
Encore Rocks
If you want to sing hits like “California Dreamin’” and
“Proud Mary” with like-minded folks, join Encore Rocks
- a Rock ‘N’ Roll Chorus for singers 55 and older. $69†
includes a $59 fee.
Note: No auditions required. Must be 55 or older to enroll.
Arnold campus
July 27-31
Sec. 301 6 sessions
TuTh
1-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-23
Jeff Dokken
Brian McLeod
Continued next column.
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Aug. 10-14
DRV 501
Sec. 301 9 sessions
M
6-9:45 pm
Arnold campus
July 13-17
Arnold campus
Aug. 3-7
4 sessions
5:45-9 pm
8 am-2 pm
4 sessions
5:45-9 pm
8 am-2 pm
4 sessions
5:45-9 pm
8 am-2 pm
Community Concert Band
Arnold campus
June 8-12
Arnold campus
July 6-10
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K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
JUNE 13-17
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Mad Scientist Training Academy
COURSE
YUH 884-301
TIME
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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TITLE
Mad Scientist Training Academy
COURSE
YUH 884-302
TIME
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Video Game Odyssey
Minecraft Designers!
COURSE
YTR 847-301
YTR 846-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
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KINDERGARTENTITLE
Soccer: Kicks
All About Technology
Storybook Theater
Pre-Engineering
COURSE
KDS 875-301
KIC 848-301
KIC 887-301
YTR 826-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
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TITLE
Soccer: Kicks
Engineering Fundamentals
Art From A to Z
Flying Machine Construction Lab
Storybook Theater
Fizzy Foaming Potions
Sports Jamboree
Theater Experience: On Stage (10 sessions)
An American Girl Adventure
COURSE
KDS 875-301
YTR 827-301
YUT 849-301
KIC 829-301
KIC 887-301
YEP 842-301
KID 897-301
YOU 881-301
YUH 890-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
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TITLE
Arcade Invention Lab
Tennis Camp
Introduction to 3-D Video Gaming
Hogwarts Academy
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics
APP Attack: Creating Your First Game APP
Sports Jamboree
Theater Experience: On Stage (10 sessions)
An American Girl Adventure
COURSE
KIC 888-301
YOH 890-301
YTR 844-301
KDS 830-301
KIC 854-301
YTR 842-302
KID 897-301
YOU 881-301
YUH 890-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
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GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Percy Jackson
APP Attack: Creating Your First Game APP
Introduction to 3-D Video Gaming
Babysitting 101
Guy Time: Adventures in Game Design
Youth Dance Festival (10 sessions)
COURSE
YEP 823-301
YTR 842-301
YTR 844-302
YUH 803-301
YTR 894-301
YUT 809-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
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TITLE
Youth Dance Festival (10 sessions)
COURSE
YUT 809-302
TIME
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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JUNE 20-24
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Kids in College Summer Camps
JUNE 27-JULY 1
MINI KIDS (AGES 3-5) TITLE
Hello Summer
COURSE
KIC 896-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
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KINDERGARTENTITLE
Birds of a Feather
Space Cadets
How to be a Super Hero!
Storybook Science
COURSE
KIC 864-301
YUH 869-301
KIC 805-301
KIC 860-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
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TITLE
Intro to Robotics
Electric Art and Engineering Studio
The Chesapeake Bay: An Artist's View
Jedi Enginnering
Amazing Adventures with Magic Tree House
A Vehicle Invention Lab
Elementary Engineering
Creepy Crawly
Sports Jamboree
Mad Scientist Training Academy
An American Girl Adventure
COURSE
KIC 880-301
KIC 889-301
YTR 818-301
YTR 854-301
KDS 847-301
KIC 832-301
KIC 849-301
KIC 862-301
KID 897-302
YUH 884-303
YUH 890-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
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TITLE
World Passport
Minecraft Modders
Rockets and Robotics
It's Puzzling
LEGO® Games
The Chesapeake Bay: An Artist's View
Jedi Master Engineering
Gross and Gooey Science
Sports Jamboree
Mad Scientist Training Academy
An American Girl Adventure COURSE
KIC 803-301
KIC 810-301
KIC 850-301
KIC 872-301
YEP 825-301
YTR 818-302
YTR 853-301
YTR 869-301
KID 897-302
YUH 884-304
YUH 890-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Manga Drawing
Speak Up!
Minecraft Modders
Japanese Anime 101
Paddlesport Adventure Camp
Digital Palette
COURSE
YEP 875-301
YTR 813-301
KIC 810-302
YOH 887-301
KIC 837-301
YTR 880-301
TIME
9a.m.- noon
9a.m.- noon
1p.m.- 4p.m.
1p.m.- 4p.m.
9a.m.- 4p.m.
9a.m.- 4p.m.
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TITLE
Manga Drawing
Japanese Anime 101
Paddlesport Adventure Camp
COURSE
YEP 875-301
YOH 887-301
KIC 837-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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REGISTRATION INFORMATION 410-777-2325
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JULY 5-8
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Happily Ever After
Neverland Pirates
Playing with Potions
COURSE
KIC 820-301
KIC 877-301
KIC 859-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
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GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Happily Ever After
Fizzy Foaming Potions
COURSE
KIC 820-301
YEP 842-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
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GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Minecraft Designers!
Backyard Olympics
COURSE
YTR 846-302
KIC 886-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
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TITLE
Minecraft Designers!
COURSE
YTR 846-303
TIME
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
33
MINI KIDS (AGES 3-5) TITLE
Junior Explorer
COURSE
KIC 816-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
PAGE
31
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies
Art on the Wild Side
KinderScience
Shore Explorers
COURSE
KIC 858-301
KIC 866-301
KIC 826-301
YOH 865-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4p.m.
1-4p.m.
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TITLE
Science Stew
American Girls in History
Mine, Craft, Build Adventure Game using LEGO®
Robotic Builders
Animal Math
Art From A to Z Space Adventure
Sports Jamboree
Full-day Basketball
Basketball
COURSE
KDS 888-301
KIC 809-301
KIC 823-301
KIC 856-301
YTR 862-301
YUT 849-302
KIC 870-301
KID 897-303
YOT 807-301
YUT 804-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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TITLE
3-D Sculpture
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics
Lego YOUniverse
Fabric Fun
Construction Junction
Minecraft Modders
Mine, Craft, Build Survival Game using LEGO®
Woodshop: Basics to Boxes
Creative Quilting
Green Engineering
Project Funway
Space Adventure
Sports Jamboree
Full-day Basketball
Basketball
COURSE
KDS 852-301
KIC 854-302
YEP 853-301
YEP 891-301
YTR 864-301
KIC 810-303
KIC 824-301
KIC 834-301
YEP 857-301
YTR 867-301
KDS 841-301
KIC 870-301
KID 897-303
YOT 807-301
YUT 804-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
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1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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JULY 11-15
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
TITLE
Minecraft Modders
Woodshop: Tools to Tables
Zentangle® Summer Adventure
Art of Debating
Dissection: Computer Technology
Advanced Duct Tape Art
LEGO® Films and Stop Action
Project Funway
Full-day Basketball
Theater Experience: On Stage (10 sessions)
Digital Animation: Traditional Methods
Basketball
COURSE
KIC 810-304
KIC 833-301
KIC 878-301
YTR 863-301
KIC 852-301
KIC 885-301
YEP 815-301
KDS 841-301
YOT 807-301
YOU 881-302
YUH 876-301
YUT 804-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
5:30-8:30 p.m.
GRADES 9-12
TITLE
Zentangle® Summer Adventure
Digital Animation: Traditional Methods
COURSE
KIC 878-301
YUH 876-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
37
28
MINI KIDS (AGES 3-5) TITLE
Mini Chefs
COURSE
YEP 805-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
PAGE
34
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Kindermath
Scallywags and Mermaids
Frozen Adventure
COURSE
KIC 894-301
YUH 820-301
KIC 875-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
31
35
30
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
All About Technology
Science Wizardry
Mine, Craft, Build: Jedi Adventure
Summertime Fun
Mix Masters
Got Guts?
It's Electric
The Makerspace: Tools, Tech & Tinkering
Space Explorers
Sports Jamboree
Basketball
COURSE
KIC 848-302
KIC 871-301
KIC 892-301
YEP 804-301
KIC 868-301
KIC 874-301
KIC 879-301
KIC 890-301
KIC 883-301
KID 897-304
YUT 804-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1- 4 p.m.
1- 4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
5:30-8:30 p.m.
PAGE
26
35
33
36
34
30
31
32
35
36
27
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Treasure Hunt
Survival Electronics: Hack & Build
Make Your First 2-D Video Game
Fiber Arts
Hocus Pocus: Performing Magic
Minecraft Animators
Mine, Craft, Build: Jedi Survival
Comic Book Designer
Math Challenges
Project Funway
Space Explorers
Sports Jamboree
Basketball
COURSE
KDS 850-301
KIC 891-301
YEP 810-301
YEP 812-301
YEP 846-301
KIC 882-302
KIC 893-301
YEP 859-301
YEP 870-301
KDS 841-302
KIC 883-301
KID 897-304
YUT 804-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
5:30-8:30 p.m.
PAGE
36
36
32
29
30
33
33
28
33
34
35
36
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Kids in College Summer Camps
GRADES 6-8
PAGE
33
37
37
26
29
29
32
34
27
36
28
27
JULY 18-22
REGISTRATION INFORMATION 410-777-2325
23
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K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Savvy Study Skills
Art of Math
Minecraft Animators
Anime 2
Hogwarts Academy
Robotics with NXT
Make Your First 2-D Video Game
Project Funway
Basketball
COURSE
KDS 856-301
KIC 861-301
KIC 882-301
YUT 846-301
KDS 830-302
KIC 851-301
YEP 810-302
KDS 841-302
YUT 804-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
5:30-8:30 p.m.
PAGE
35
27
33
26
30
35
32
34
27
GRADES 9-12
TITLE
Anime 2
Becoming a Camp Counselor: SMILE Training
COURSE
YUT 846-301
YTR 832-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4p.m.
PAGE
26
27
MINI KIDS (AGES 3-5) TITLE
Mini Chefs
COURSE
YEP 805-302
TIME
9 a.m.- noon
PAGE
34
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Your Five Senses
Mix Masters
Storybook Science
Vehicle Adventures
COURSE
KIC 863-301
KIC 868-302
KIC 860-302
KIC 867-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
37
34
36
36
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Shark Week
Flying Machine Construction Lab
Storybook Art
Summertime Fun
Ninjaneering
Dinosaur Detectives
Sports Jamboree
COURSE
KIC 804-301
KIC 829-302
KIC 857-301
YEP 804-302
YTR 849-301
YTR 870-301
KID 897-305
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
35
30
36
36
34
28
36
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Hogwarts Academy
Rockets and Robotics
Duct Tape Art
Code Breakers
Ninjaneering Masters
Arcade Invention Lab
Math Wizards
Video Game Animation
Creative Writing for Kids
Kid Composers
Sports Jamboree
COURSE
KDS 830-303
KIC 850-302
YEP 845-301
YTR 843-301
YTR 850-301
KIC 888-302
KIC 897-301
YEP 827-302
YEP 862-301
YTR 808-301
KID 897-305
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
30
35
29
28
34
26
33
37
28
31
36
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Get Prepared: Algebra
Video Game Animation
Girls' Volleyball
Radios and Resisters
Pinterest Palooza
Code Breakers
Comprehensive SAT Preparation
Paddlesport Adventure Camp
Glee Camp
COURSE
KIC 814-301
YEP 827-301
YEP 894-301
KIC 855-301
KIC 873-301
YTR 843-302
YUH 861-301
KIC 837-302
YEP 861-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
30
37
30
34
34
28
28
34
30
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NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
JULY 25-29
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
TITLE
How to Survive High School English
Comprehensive SAT Preparation
Paddlesport Adventure Camp
Glee Camp
Theater Experience: On Stage (10 sessions)
COURSE
KDS 899-301
YUH 861-301
KIC 837-302
YEP 861-301
YOU 881-303
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
31
28
34
30
36
MINI KIDS (AGES 3-5) TITLE
Fantastic Fairy Tales
COURSE
YEP 882-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
PAGE
29
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Where the Wild Things Are
Pre-Engineering
Junior Circus Camp Stars
COURSE
KIC 865-301
YTR 826-302
YTR 888-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
37
34
28
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Engineering Fundamentals
Elementary Engineering
Junior Circus Camp Stars
Dancing on Broadway: Act 1 (10 sessions)
COURSE
YTR 827-302
KIC 849-302
YTR 888-301
YUT 898-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
29
29
28
28
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics
Maker Lab: Make Your First 3-D Creation
American Girls in History
Creative Design and Robotics
Circus Camp Stars Senior
Dancing on Broadway: Act 1 (10 sessions)
COURSE
KIC 854-303
KIC 881-301
KIC 809-302
YEP 828-302
YEP 892-301
YUT 898-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
1-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
31
32
26
28
27
28
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Art Sampler
Creative Design and Robotics
Drawing Techniques
Circus Camp Stars Senior
Dancing on Broadway: Act 1 (10 sessions)
COURSE
KIC 884-301
YEP 828-301
YEP 826-301
YEP 892-301
YUT 898-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4p.m.
9 a.m.-4p.m.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
27
28
29
27
28
GRADES -9-12
TITLE
Art Sampler
Life Skills Preparation
Drawing Techniques
COURSE
KIC 884-301
KIC 876-301
YEP 826-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
27
32
29
MINI KIDS (AGES 3-5) TITLE
Dinosaur Safari
COURSE
YEP 807-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
PAGE
29
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Elementary Engineering
Rockets and Robotics
COURSE
KIC 849-303
KIC 850-303
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
29
35
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Minecraft Designers!
Minecraft Modders
COURSE
YTR 846-304
KIC 810-306
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
33
33
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Minecraft Modders
Minecraft Designers!
COURSE
KIC 810-305
YTR 846-305
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
33
33
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GRADES 9-12
AUG. 1-5
AUG. 8-12
REGISTRATION INFORMATION 410-777-2325
25
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K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
NEW! 3-D Sculpture KDS 852
Get your hands on a fun array of materials. Try papier mâché, clay, poster board,
cardboard and other 3-D media. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Nicole Drummond
NEW! All About Technology KIC 848
Discover the FUNdamentals of technology. Work in teams to learn and build circuits,
program robotics devices and use a GPS to play a high-tech game of hide and seek.
$175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Kindergarten
Grades 1-2
Amazing Adventures with Magic Tree House KDS 847
Join Jack and Annie as they travel around the world and experience times past. Enjoy
books and bring them to life through creative writing, crafts and activities. $138†
includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
MTuWThF
5 sessions
Arnold campus
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Suzanne Jones
American Girls in History KIC 809
Peek into the past with your favorite dolls! Join in a new adventure each day while
looking into American history. Enjoy crafts and a tea party. Bring a favorite doll to
camp, too! $138† includes $27 fee.
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Grades 1-2
Zoe Dell
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus Grades 3-5
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
Sec. 301
An American Girl Adventure YUH 890
Learn about American girls in history through activities, skits and period dances. Join
us for a formal tea party and performance. $255† includes $45 fee.
Sec. 301
MTuWThF
Sec. 302
MTuWThF
5 sessions
Arnold campus 9 am-4 pm
June 20-24
5 sessions
Arnold campus 9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Grades 1-5
Charlotte Baron
Grades 1-5
Charlotte Baron
Animal Math YTR 862
Who’s really faster the tortoise or the hare? Animals’ shapes, sizes, weights, colors
and speeds inspire mathematical investigations, games, stories and art projects
that reinforce math concepts. Measure, count, sort, graph and make patterns. $138†
includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
MTuWThF
26
5 sessions
Arnold campus
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Patricia Radford
Anime 2 YUT 846
Explore different genres of anime (Japanese animation) and manga (Japanese comics)
including Mecha, Sentai and Maho Shojo. Continue developing your own original
characters and story. Focus on the technique involved in drawing and storytelling.
$140† includes $28 fee.
Prerequisite: YOH 887 Japanese Anime 101.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Samantha Boyd
APP Attack: Creating Your First Game APP YTR 842
Learn the basics of mobile application design and game development. Explore the
world of app publishing functions for phones and tablets. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered In partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Apps will be available on private
site and playable on any mobile device or computer.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus Grades 6-8
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus Grades 3-5
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
NEW! Arcade Invention Lab KIC 888
Design, prototype, build and play original, handmade games, toys and gizmos. Invent
playable electromechanical games with cardboard, foam, plastics and wood, tools,
old toys, electronic components and recycled materials into amazing inventions that
come to life! $202† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Future Makers.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Grades 3-5
Grades 3-5
Art From A to Z YUT 849
Indulge and enjoy your artistic side. Use a variety of mediums to expand your artistic
palette. Explore painting, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture and collage. Present a
gallery show. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Zoe Dell
Nicole Drummond
NEW! Art Sampler KIC 884
Develop a personal portfolio filled with work using a variety of mediums. Experiment
with acrylics, watercolors, pastels and charcoals. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Nicole Drummond
Art of Debating YTR 863
Learn to research and debate different topics. Discover and practice various debate
formats. Speaking skills will be emphasized. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
Patrick Heline
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Nicole Drummond
Full-day Basketball YOT 807
Staff with professional playing experience joins the AACC coaching staff in this quality
camp for intermediate-skill players. Covers the entire approach to the game and
stresses fundamentals to fit individual skill levels and good character skills involved
with the game. $242† includes $22 fee.
Note: Wear rubber-sole shoes and sweat pants or gym shorts. Bring drinking water. For
information, call 410-777-2300 or 410-777-2034.
NEW! Art on the Wild Side KIC 866
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Becoming a Camp Counselor: SMILE Training YTR 832
Learn the basic skills to become a camp counselor at area day camps. Explore basic
first aid, communication skills, classroom management methods, and safety and
security techniques. Practice interview techniques. Discuss potential employment
opportunities. $140† includes $28 fee.
Investigate art inspired by the animal world around us. Find inspiration from the most
exciting parts of nature! Projects include painting, drawing, mixed-media, sculpture,
printmaking and more. $140† includes $28 fee.
Art Sampler KIC 884
Develop a personal portfolio filled with work using a variety of mediums. Experiment
with acrylics, watercolors, pastels and charcoals.
$140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Nicole Drummond
Babysitting 101 YUH 803
State law requires that children younger than 8 be in the care of somone 13 years or
older. Learn the basics of child care, first aid, emergency planning and age-appropriate
activities. Prepare a bag with babysitting essentials to help you on the job. $140†
includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Sarah Wajbel
NEW! Backyard Olympics KIC 886
Participate and train in activities based on real Olympic events. Create a team flag and
design new Kids in College Olympic medals. Compete against other campers on the
last day in the KIC Olympics. $114+ includes $24 fee.
Sec. 301
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
1-4 pm
July 5-8
Basketball YUT 804
Focus on instruction, training and conditioning with experienced AACC coaching staff.
Games and drills are geared to all skill levels. Receive individual attention daily. $102†
includes $7 fee.
Note: Wear rubber-sole shoes and shorts. Bring drinking water. For information, call
410-777-2300 or 410-777-2035.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
5:30-8:30 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
5:30-8:30 pm
July 18-22
Lionel Makell
Lionel Makell
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Joseph Snowden
Adam Larson
NEW! Birds of a Feather KIC 864
Explore the world of high flying friends and discover egg-citing facts about birds.
Investigate migration, build a nest, learn about feathers and explore the physics of
flight. Observe local birds. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Patricia Radford
NEW! Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies KIC 858
Learn to recognize insect friends - and enemies - in the garden, and follow their life
cycles. Their shapes, color patterns, behavior and growth will amaze you. Watch
insects crawl, hop, fly, wiggle and scurry. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Patricia Radford
The Chesapeake Bay: An Artist’s View YTR 818
Learn about life on and in the Chesapeake Bay. Create sculptures, mosaics and
watercolor paintings of the unique creatures that can be found along the shores and in
the deep waters. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Grades 1-2
Deborah Boudra
Grades 3-5
Deborah Boudra
Circus Camp Stars Senior YEP 892
Gain confidence and improve coordination while learning circus skills including
acrobatics, juggling, physical comedy, clowning and tightwire walking. Toss a pie at
the instructor on Pie in the Face Day. $287† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Circus Camp Stars.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
SEE CAMPS AT A GLANCE, PAGES 20-25, FOR APPROPRIATE GRADE LEVELS.
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NEW! Art of Math KIC 861
Explore the art of mathematics! Create works of geometric art using supplies and
building materials. Make interesting mathematical art. Solve puzzles and discover how
much fun it is to mix art with math. $140† includes $28 fee.
Kids in College Summer Camps
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Junior Circus Camp Stars YTR 888
Learn basic circus performance skills including spinning plates, balancing feathers and
sticks, juggling scarves, tumbling, and clown skills and gags. Create circus-themed arts
and crafts. $287+ includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Circus Camp Stars.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
Code Breakers YTR 843 NNNN
Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML5, JavaScript and CSS through a series
of daily Web projects and design challenges. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered In partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Projects will be available on a
Black Rocket website.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Arnold campus
1-4 pm
July 25-29
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
July 25-29
Grades 6-8
NEW! Creepy Crawly KIC 862
Explore the mysterious lives of insects, reptiles and amphibians that creep through tall
grass and crawl across leaves and learn where they call home. Discover where spiders
get the silk for their webs. $140† includes $28 fee.
Samantha Boyd
Patrick Heline
Kristine Kahler
Creative Design and Robotics YEP 828 NNNN
Design and build a robot. Learn the basic principles of design and use problem-solving
to improve your creation. Compete in a series of challenges. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Black Rocket Productions.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
28
Creative Writing for Kids YEP 862
Read great literature such as “Charlotte’s Web,” “Harry Potter,” “Nancy Drew,” “The
Hardy Boys” and Shel Silverstein poems. Identify key writing styles and implement
them into personal writing. Develop skills by outlining stories and writing fiction and
nonfiction. Discuss how well created literary characters translate easily to movies and
television. $138† includes $27 fee.
Arnold campus
Construction Junction YTR 864
Explore the science behind building. Erect a tower out of straws, blocks, boxes
or K’NEX®. Design and build a house out of recycled materials. Learn about the
mathematical shapes and concepts as they relate to strength and design. $140†
includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
Carol Orme
1-4 pm
Note: Students age 16 years and older register for SKL 334 Comprehensive SAT Preparation.
5 sessions
July 11-15
5 sessions
An intensive, comprehensive review and practice of math and verbal skills to prepare
to take the revised College Board’s Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Practice skills, work
on progressive vocabulary and essay building with review of test-taking strategies.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore. $150† includes $27 fee.
MTuWThF
Arnold campus
1-4 pm
MTuWThF
Comprehensive SAT Preparation YUH 861
Sec. 301
5 sessions
MTuWThF
Sec. 301
Develop ideas and create a comic book. Focus on aspects of writing and drawing
including plot development, character dialog and panel illustration. $140† includes
$28 fee.
5 sessions
Sec. 301
Grades 3-5
Comic Book Designer YEP 859
Sec. 301
Creative Quilting YEP 857
Get in touch with your creative side and experience the art of quilting. Learn quilting
and sewing machine basics. Create an individual lap quilt. $145† includes $33 fee.
Grades 6-8
Grades 3-5
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Molly Bugaile
Patricia Radford
Dancing on Broadway: Act 1 YUT 898
Learn a variety of dance techniques including ballet, tap, jazz and more. Prepare stage
sets, make costumes and props, and learn how to apply makeup. Participate in a
performance. $428† includes $77 fee.
Sec. 301
10 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
Aug. 1-12
Charlotte Baron
Digital Animation: Traditional Methods YUH 876
Explore the art of cartooning from the early 20th century to the present. Learn how
animators created entertainment through extensive drawing. Use light tracers and
scanned images to create animation. Recommended for habitual doodlers. $250†
includes $40 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 11-15
Charles Alexander
Digital Palette YTR 880
Create artwork using Photoshop. Go beyond editing photos and learn to manipulate
them into works of art. Create digital mosaics. Combine photographs and scanned
images together. Learn to color black and white photos. $250† includes $40 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Nicole Drummond
Dinosaur Detectives YTR 870
Compare dinosaurs to modern-day animals and try to unlock some of prehistory’s
mysteries. Dig for fossil bones. Use toy models to make footprints in clay. Act out
dinosaur stories. Make projects to take home. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
Kelly Cann
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
New! Elementary Engineering KIC 849
Learn the basics of engineering and simple machines. Work in teams to discover
the concepts of pulleys, levers, gears, compound machines, motorized vehicles and
robotic creations using Legos. $175† includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 8-12
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 8-12
Note: Offered in partnership with AACC’s Child Development Center. Health immunization
record and enrollment forms required, call 410-777-2854.
Rebecca Cournow
New! Dissection: Computer Technology KIC 852
Work in teams to explore the way computers are made. Take a working computer
apart, examine the pieces and put it back together! Explore the PC evolution and what
tomorrow may hold for technology. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Drawing Techniques YEP 826
Learn the fundamental elements of line, value, form, perspective, composition and
proportion. Draw various subjects from direct observation. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
Nicole Drummond
Duct Tape Art YEP 845
Explore the many uses for duct tape and how it can function as art. Cut, rip and twist
colorful duct tape into both functional and fun pieces such as bracelets, wallets, masks
and other accessories. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Elizabeth Albinson
New! Advanced Duct Tape Art KIC 885
Take duct tape art projects to the next level. Campers will expand their knowledge
and artistic skills using duct tape and other materials as they create complex projects.
$142† includes $30 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Elizabeth Albinson
New! Electric Art and Engineering Studio KIC 889
Dream, design and construct electrified kinetic sculptures, eccentric structures and
advanced creations in our makerspace. Cut wood, vacuum form plastic, drill, slice
foam, add motors and electronics! Perfect for artists, tinkerers and budding engineers.
$202† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Engineering Fundamentals YTR 827
Tackle real-life engineering challenges that explore concepts in physics, mechanical
and structural engineering, and architecture. Learn about motorized machines, castles
and catapults through hands-on activities using LEGO® building systems. $175†
includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Fabric Fun YEP 891
Learn to sew by hand and on a sewing machine. Develop embroidery and quilting
skills. Create handmade treasures including a teddy bear and doll. $145† includes
$33 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Carol Orme
Fantastic Fairy Tales YEP 882
Once upon a time, there lived children who had the most wonderful adventures. Enjoy
classic and modern versions of favorite fairy tales while participating in related activities
including reading, listening, acting and arts and crafts. $140† includes $28 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with AACC’s Child Development Center. Health immunization
record and enrollment forms required. Call 410-777-2854.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Rebecca Cournow
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Fiber Arts YEP 812
Discover how fibers are spun into thread, the thread to yarn and the yarn to fabrics.
Practice crocheting, weaving, embroidery quilting and sewing to create small projects.
$145† includes $33 fee.
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Note: Offered in Partnership with Future Makers.
Carol Orme
Fizzy Foaming Potions YEP 842
Learn why things bubble, foam and fizz! Create potions from common household
ingredients. Experiment, observe, discover and play! $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 302
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
1-4 pm
July 5-8
Note: Section 302 $114† includes $24 fee.
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Melanie Whay
Melanie Whay
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Kids in College Summer Camps
Discover where all the dinosaurs have gone. Learn about dinosaurs and other fossils.
Make your own fossil and watch a volcano erupt. $140† includes $28 fee.
Dinosaur Safari YEP 807
Kids in College Summer Camps
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Flying Machine Construction Lab KIC 829
Design, build and launch zip line racers, prop copters, parachutes and high-powered
air rockets! Use hands-on engineering, real tools and materials to take home four
unique, high-quality flying machines. $197† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Future Makers.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Explore the wintry world of Frozen. Escape the heat of summer and learn about
reindeer, puffins, seals, polar bears and maybe even snowmen. Discover the unique
nature of the arctic region. $140† includes $28 fee.
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Kelly Cann
Get Prepared: Algebra KIC 814
Tackle Algebra 1 head on! Prepare for this fall’s Algebra 1 class. Learn to focus and work
on difficult concepts in preparation to be successful. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Patrick Heline
Girls’ Volleyball YEP 894
Learn the basic volleyball skills needed for competitive play at the high school level.
Practice passing, setting, serving, hitting, ball control, game play, course positions and
rotations. Work as a team to make plays during drills and matches. $138† includes
$27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Erin Disborough
Glee Camp YEP 861
Learn to perform like the cast of the hit TV show “Glee.” Practice radio hits and
Broadway classics. Learn basic harmonies and choir style dance routines. Create your
own costumes for the performance at the end of the week. $272† includes $57 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 25-29
Ewww! What’s that? Explore the science of everything slimy, gooey and gross. Learn
about scientific concepts through hands-on activities. Make gooey concoctions to take
home. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Charlotte Baron
NEW! Got Guts? KIC 874
What keeps the heart pumping blood? How does food break down and supply our
bodies with energy? Learn about the digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory systems
and more through hands-on activities. $140† includes $28 fee.
Create and control computer characters with Alice, developed by Carnegie Mellon
University software. Learn programming constructs, logic and functions. $250†
includes $37 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 301
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
9 am-noon
July 5-8
Enjoy nature crafts, outside play activities and running through sprinklers. Make a boat,
then race it down a rain gutter. Make and eat ice cream. Watch clouds make pictures
in the sky! $140† includes $28 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with AACC's Child Development Center. Health immunization
record and enrollment forms required. Call 410-777-2854.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Learn tricks and techniques from a professional magician. Demonstrate skills at final
performance. $142† includes $32 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Arnold campus June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus Green Engineering YTR 867
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Discover how AACC’s green community works to make our planet a better place
to live. Become a “greengineer” by learning about solar power in homes and cars,
sustainable energy, recycling and wind power. $140† includes $28 fee.
How to be a Super Hero! KIC 805
Arnold campus
July 18-22
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Julie Wajtkowicz
Kristine Kahler
Grades 3-5
Jocelyn Martin
Grades 6-8
Molly Bugaile
Grades 3-5
Molly Bugaile
Discuss the different super heroes and their powers, and then create your own super
hero! Create a super hero name, design a costume and choose a power! $138†
includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
MTuWThF
30
Paul Timms
Hogwarts Academy KDS 830
Spend a week at Hogwarts. Learn about potions, herbology, charms and more.
Share your enthusiasm for Harry Potter and participate in hands-on activities. $140†
includes $28 fee.
1-4 pm
1-4 pm
Rebecca Cournow
Hocus Pocus: Performing Magic YEP 846
5 sessions
5 sessions
Charlotte Baron
NEW! Hello Summer! KIC 896
MTuWThF
MTuWThF
Francis Lanzer
Happily Ever After KIC 820
Visit the worlds of Princesses Anna, Mulan, Jasmine and Tiana in a journey to find your
inner princess. Learn simple dances, make princess-themed crafts, read stories and
host a royal performance for your families. $114† includes $24 fee.
Sec. 301
Sec. 301
Jocelyn Martin
Guy Time: Adventures in Game Design YTR 894
NEW! "Frozen" Adventure KIC 875
Sec. 301
Gross and Gooey Science YTR 869
5 sessions
1-4 pm
Arnold campus
June 27-July 1
NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
Kayleigh Kehrer
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Rebecca Reed
NEW! Intermediate Engineering and Robotics KIC 854
Delve into the concepts of force, measurement, construction and design. Work in
teams and create unique machines using a knowledge of technology and design.
$175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Japanese Anime 101 YOH 887
Examine Japanese-style animation, from its introduction to American culture more
than 30 years ago to the present. Explore anime’s content, symbolism and culture.
$140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Jedi Engineering YTR 854
Explore worlds far, far away through engineering principles. Defeat the Empire by
designing and refining X-Wings, R2 units and settlements. Use LEGO® bricks to create
motorized and architectural projects including energy catapults, shield generators and
defense turrets. $175† includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Intro to 3-D Video Gaming YTR 844 NNNN
Work with a partner to develop a game concept. Learn the physics behind 3-D games.
Explore beginner event scripting, level design, controlling flow of game play and
storytelling. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered In partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Games will be available through
a password-protected Black Rocket website.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
NEW! Intro to Robotics KIC 880 NNNN
Learn the basics of robotics, from motorized mechanisms to basic design. Work in
teams, build prototypes and improve how the machines function. Robot will complete
challenges to determine whether they are fit for production! $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Camper work will be available
through a password-protected Black Rocket website.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
NEW! It’s Electric! KIC 879
Learn, through hands-on activities, how different types of circuits function to
provide the energy we use to lead our lives. Discover what are good conductors and
insulators. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
NEW! It’s Puzzling KIC 872
Connect logic and critical thinking skills to creativity while solving logic puzzles,
Sudoku, crosswords, word searches, Rubik’s cube and other puzzles. Create puzzle
games. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Samantha Boyd
Jedi Master Engineering YTR 853
The Force is strong in this class. Use LEGO® bricks to build complex machines and
structures based on designs from a far-off galaxy. Tap into imagination and explore
engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics and eccentric
motion. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Junior Explorer KIC 816
Explore nature from the ground up, from bug hunting to cloud science. Start with
the soil and end high in the sky while exploring the natural world around us. $140†
includes $28 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with AACC’s Child Development Center. Health immunization
record and enrollment forms required, call 410-777-2854.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Rebecca Cournow
Kid Composers YTR 808
Gain an introduction to software for mixing and arranging music. Mix and match
tunes to build complete original songs. Experiment with electronic sounds and various
instruments. Record live vocals or sing and play along with the music. $140† includes
$28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Erin Disborough
NEW! KinderMath KIC 894
Get excited by math. Explore number concepts in a hands-on environment with
outdoor activities that encourage active interaction with the concept being covered.
$140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Kelly Cann
Jocelyn Martin
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Kids in College Summer Camps
How to Survive High School English KDS 899
Develop your writing skills through thesis development, paragraph structure and
grammar review. $138† includes $27 fee.
Kids in College Summer Camps
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
NEW! Kindermusik: Animals at the Zoo KIC 899
Slither like snakes and pounce like leopards. Encounter tiny tree frogs and enormous
elephants, and visit amazing habitats that are high and low, hot and cold, dry and
rainy. Enjoy the zoo hokey-pokey. $35† includes $17 fee.
Sec. 301
2 sessions
Arnold campus
W
5-5:45 pm
July 6-13
Sec. 302
2 sessions
Arnold campus
W
5-5:45 pm
July 20-27
NEW! Life Skills Preparation KIC 876
Learn the independent living and work skills needed to succeed in education, career
and life. Explore ways to get organized and attain goals, from completing college
applications to keeping track of money. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Nancy Anselm
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Nancy Anselm
NEW! Kindermusik: Beach Days KIC 898
Mad Scientist Training Academy YUH 884
Drop feathers, hammers and watermelons in a quest to understand gravity. Build an
aluminum boat to investigate buoyancy. Learn about blood and how our basic bodily
functions work. Observe chemical reactions that produce smoke, fire and explosions.
$245† includes $35 fee.
Sec. 301
2 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus W
5-5:45 pm
June 8-15
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 13-17
Sec. 302
2 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus W
5-5:45 pm
June 22-29
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 13-17
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 304
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Make a splash exploring baths, boats and beaches while focusing on sound
sensations, movements, and music of all things wet and bubbly. $35† includes
$17 fee.
Nancy Anselm
Nancy Anselm
NEW! KinderScience KIC 826
Dive into some hands-on science fun! Create hypotheses, make observations and test
predictions while exploring change, making goo, observing movement and learning
about weather. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Kelly Cann
LEGO® YOUniverse!
Make Your Own Adventure YEP 853 NNNN
Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes.
Learn the keys to designing your first 2-D video game. Explore conceptualization, play
experience, challenge level, graphics, music, sound and simple coding. $182† includes
$12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Black Rocket Productions.
Pick your favorite LEGO® genre or create an alternate universe for your digital story.
Create a digital comic book and put yourself at the center of the action! Student work
will be available on a password-protected site. $182† includes $12 fee.
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
NEW! Maker Labs:
Make Your First 3-D Creation KIC 881 NNNN
LEGO® Films and Stop Action YEP 815 NNNN
Create a short film with other campers that brings LEGO® bricks or action figures to
life. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Students need to bring LEGO® bricks or action figures from home to film. Offered in
partnership with Black Rocket Productions.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
LEGO® Games YEP 825 NNNN
Combine LEGO® bricks and video games to create your own LEGO® universe,
characters and adventures in a 2-D video game. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Black Rocket Productions.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
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Grades 1-2
Jason Barbour
Grades 3-5
Gregory Schrader
Grades 1-2
Jason Barbour
Grades 3-5
Gregory Schrader
Make Your First 2-D Video Game YEP 810 NNNN
Sec. 301
Note: Offered in partnership with Black Rocket Productions.
Patrick Heline
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
Create an action figure, design custom jewelry or make a new toy using professionallevel modeling software. Work in teams to sculpt, texture and render a 3-D creation.
3-D printing is not included. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Camper work will be available
through a password-protected Black Rocket website.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
NEW! The Makerspace:
Tools, Tech and Tinkering KIC 890
The Makerspace is an essential tool and material-based exploration lab for tinkers,
inventors, artists and engineers ready to activate STEM thinking, design and
fabrication skills. Cut, form and shape cardboard, wood, plastic and more. $202†
includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Future Makers.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Explore figure drawing and unlock the secrets of Japanese manga. Learn illustration
techniques and apply them to develop characters and scenes drawn in the manga
style. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Samantha Boyd
Math Challenges: LEGOs® and More! YEP 870
Explore math and mechanical concepts using LEGOs®, Lincoln Logs, Tinker Toys and
other great building materials. Work in teams to solve engineering challenges. Create
simple machines and a protective case for an egg drop experiment. $135† includes
$12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Math Wizards LLC.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
NEW! Math Wizards KIC 897
Learn the times tables using music, painting, rhymes, patterns and comedy skits. Build
confidence in math while playing games and creating art. Color flashcards, and Math
Wizards T-shirt and backpack help make math fun. $135† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Math Wizards LLC.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Mine, Craft, Build Adventure
Game using LEGO® KIC 823
Bring Minecraft to life using LEGOs®! Roll the dice to mine for resources then build
special items to help in your adventures. Build a zoo, a medieval castle and a tree
house village. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Mine, Craft, Build Survival Game Using LEGO® KIC 824
Roll the dice to mine for resources, craft tools and watch out for the Creeper in
this building adventure game! Gameplay elements and characters inspired by the
Minecraft video game. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
NEW! Mine, Craft, Build: Jedi Adventure Game KIC 892
NEW! Mine, Craft, Build: Jedi Survival Game KIC 893
Mine, craft and build the Star Wars universe using LEGOs®. Working in teams, roll the
dice to gather Jedi resources, build a Starship, craft Light Sabers, using the Force to
survive attacks. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
NEW! Minecraft Animators KIC 882 NNNN
Bring a Minecraft character to life in an animated short film. Work in teams and
learn how studios make movies like “Inside Out” and “Frozen” by using key framing,
tweening, texturing and animating rigged 3-D models. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Camper work will be available
through a password-protected Black Rocket website.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Grades 3-5
Minecraft Designers! YTR 846 NNNN
Minecraft fans – design your own characters and buildings. Learn the basics of 3-D
modeling using new, industry-grade software to design characters and import them
into the Minecraft game. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Students must have Minecraft at
home to import characters. Parent email is required to create student account.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 13-17
Sec. 302
4 sessions
Arnold campus TuWThF
9 am-noon
Note: $157† includes $12 fee.
July 5-8
Sec. 303
Arnold campus 4 sessions
TuWThF
1-4 pm
Note: $157† includes $12 fee.
July 5-8
Sec. 304
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 8-12
Sec. 305
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 8-12
Grades 6-8
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
Minecraft Modders KIC 810 NNNN
Use Minecraft to explore the basics of modding and programming. Learn scripting and
logic statements while creating a mod! Learn introductory coding through a simulated
environment inspired by Minecraft. $182† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Black Rocket Productions.
Mine, craft and build the Star Wars universe using LEGO®s. Working in teams, roll
the dice to gather Jedi resources then build a Pod Racer, craft a Droid or create a
Treehouse Village of Endor! $175† includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 304
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Sec. 305
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 8-12
Sec. 306
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 8-12
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Grades 6-8
SEE CAMPS AT A GLANCE, PAGES 20-25, FOR APPROPRIATE GRADE LEVELS.
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
Grades 3-5
Grades 6-8
Grades 6-8
Grades 3-5
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Manga Drawing YEP 875
Kids in College Summer Camps
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Mini Chefs YEP 805
Percy Jackson YEP 823
Practice mixing, pouring, shaking, rolling and mashing. Learn basic kitchen safety,
measurements and teamwork. $140† includes $28 fee.
Explore the world of Greek mythology through the adventure of Percy Jackson’s Camp
Half Blood. $140† includes $28 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with AACC’s Child Development Center. Health immunization
record and enrollment forms required. Call 410-777-2854.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Rebecca Cournow
Rebecca Cournow
NEW! Mix Masters KIC 868
Explore art mediums by mixing them: mix paints, mix colors, mix mediums the possibilities are endless. Use paint to learn about mixing colors and create
masterpieces. Create collages using pictures and colors. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Grades 1-2
Kindergarten
NEW! Neverland Pirates KIC 877
Did pirates really make people walk the plank? Are mermaids real? Determine facts
from fiction. Using art, history and science, be transformed from a landlubber into a
seafaring pirate. $114† includes $24 fee.
Sec. 301
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
9 am-noon
July 5-8
Kelly Cann
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Jocelyn Martin
NEW! Pinterest Palooza KIC 873
Join us for a hands-on Pinterest crafting extravaganza! Select ideas using this visual
bookmarking tool. Complete a craft, recipe or beauty tip each day. $140† includes
$28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Jocelyn Martin
NEW! Playing with Potions KIC 859
Do you like mixing ingredients together to make potions? Collect and sort ingredients
by using scientific tools. Then, using the collected ingredients, create potion recipes.
Experiment, observe, discover and then play! $114† includes $24 fee.
Sec. 301
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
1-4 pm
July 5-8
Ashley Klaiss
Pre-Engineering YTR 826
Explore the many possibilities of LEGO® building systems while learning valuable
construction techniques. Design a town, city or starbase with buildings, pyramids,
bridges, tunnels and towers. Build cars, trains, buses and trucks to race, crash and
repair. $175† includes a $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
NEW! Ninjaneering YTR 849
Enter the world of LEGO® Ninjago and become an apprentice “ninjaneer.” Learn the
way of Spinjitzu to build the Fire Temple, race Skull Trucks and encounter the mighty
dragon! Imagine and build unique and fun LEGO® projects. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with PlayWell TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Note: Offered in partnership with PlayWell TEKnologies.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Paddlesport Adventure Camp KIC 837
Explore the joys of paddling on some of Anne Arundel County’s best waterways. Learn
about gear, safety, laws, local ecology and teamwork. Discover strokes, maneuvers
and rescue concepts on kayaks, paddleboards and canoes with an ACA instructor.
$310† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Twisted Creek Paddlesports.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
QWPA
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
QWPA
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 25-29
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
Project Funway KDS 841
NEW! Ninjaneering Masters YTR 850
Master the world of LEGO® Ninjago by becoming a “ninjaneer.” Use LEGO® bricks
to tame the Ice Dragon, motorize the Blade Cycle, design the Dark Fortress and
hone Spinjitzu battle skills! Learn real world concepts in physics, engineering and
architecture while exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago. $175† includes $12 fee.
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Create different outfits by designing accessories for your own basic black clothes.
Discuss sewing techniques, pattern construction, runway choreography and more.
Participate in an age-appropriate runway show. $270† includes $60 fee.
Note: Full attendance recommended. Performance on last day.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 18-22
Charlotte Baron
Charlotte Baron
NEW! Radios and Resistors KIC 855
Build an AM/FM radio to take home! Work in teams to explore different circuits using
lights, sounds, sensors, radio waves and Boolean logic. Learn to use volt meters, read
and write electrical diagrams. $200† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Scott Roddy
Scott Roddy
NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Shark Week KIC 804
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Build LEGO® NXT robots, program them to accomplish tasks and have them respond
to external stimuli. Work in teams and compete in challenges. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
NEW! Rockets and Robotics KIC 850
Write step-by-step programs to make things spin, light up and play music. Build and
explore machines and mechanisms. Work in teams to design and build a rocket to test
and take home. $175† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 8-12
Julie Wajtkowicz
Shore Explorers YOH 865
NEW! Robotics with NXT KIC 851
Sec. 301
Discover the many types of sharks and what makes them different. Use books, art
projects and games to increase your shark knowledge. $138† includes $27 fee.
Grades 3-5
Grades 3-5
Grades 1-2
Explore shore habitats through arts and crafts, stories, movement, songs, math and
science. Make giant stuffed fish, a shoebox theater and puppets, a lighthouse keeper’s
lantern and more. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Mary Blaha
Soccer: Kicks KDS 875
Learn the fundamentals of the game as you develop basic individual skills. Center on
fitness, learning stations and basic drills. $138† includes $27 fee.
Note: Campers must wear shin guards and bring drinking water and sunscreen.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Elizabeth Albinson
NEW! Space Adventure KIC 870 NNNN
Train as a pilot of space and rocket planes operating on earth and other planets
using advanced computer-based flight simulators. Team activities simulate astronaut
training, solve engineering challenges and learn about space exploration. $282†
includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Spaceflight Institute.
Savvy Study Skills KDS 856
Discuss note taking, time management, memory strategies and organizational skills.
Learn about mapping, three-column notes, research, study schedules, visualization
and scanning for key information. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Patrick Heline
Scallywags and Mermaids YUH 820
Arrr, Mateys! Did pirates really make people walk the plank? Are mermaids real?
Determine fact from fiction while sailing with pirates and singing with mermaids.
Using art, history and technology even the most ardent landlubber will find their “sea
legs!” $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Ashley Klaiss
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 11-15
Space Cadets YUH 869
Lift off! Become an astronaut and journey into space as you learn about the planets
and stars, rocketry, and flight. Sample space food. Create your own helmet, rocket,
planet mobile and more. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Margaret Nappi
NEW! Space Explorers KIC 883 NNNN
Learn about space travel and train like an astronaut. Build and launch air rockets,
design space suits, build astronaut gloves, use astronaut tools, wear real space gear
and build a Mars base. $282† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in Partnership with Spaceflight Institute.
Science Stew KDS 888
Discover what mixing ingredients, adding heat and chemistry all have in common.
Investigate the science behind shrinking potions, glowing slime and more. $140†
includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
NEW! Science Wizardry KIC 871
Ashley Klaiss
Be a science wizard. Concoct a secret formula, write with invisible ink, or blow
bubbles in different sizes and colors. Begin with a question, formulate an answer and
test that theory with experiments. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 18-22
Speak Up! YTR 813
Gain the confidence to deliver polished presentations that inform, persuade, inspire
or convey a compelling message. Overcome public speaking fears and acquire the
techniques for delivering consistent, successful presentations. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
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NEW! Robot Builders KIC 856
Explore robotics using the LEGO® Mindstorms system. Work in teams to develop
robots that test design, construction and programming. Learn about sensors and
movement. Compete in challenges. $140† includes $28 fee.
Kids in College Summer Camps
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Sports Jamboree KID 897
Play soccer, lacrosse, kickball and capture the flag, and take a field trip to a bowling
alley and miniature golf range. Develop self-esteem and a healthy attitude about team
building and sportsmanship. $260† includes $50 fee.
NEW! Survival Electronics: Hack and Build KIC 891
Design and build electronics essentials - light, security and communication - using
found and repurposed electronics, motors, LEDs and maker materials. Explore
soldering, take-aparts, and electronic hacks. $202† includes $12 fee.
Note: Bring a bag lunch, water bottle, sunscreen and hat. Campers must be age 7 or older to
enroll.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-24
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Note: Offered in Partnership with Future Makers.
Kevin Cabradillia
Kevin Cabradillia
Tennis Camp YOH 890
Learn the rules and strategies of tennis. Master basic skills such as net play, service
and forehand and backhand strokes. Tennis racquet required. Enrollment limit: 8.
$140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 304
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 18-22
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 305
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 25-29
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Kevin Cabradillia
Note: Campers must bring tennis racket, drinking water, sunscreen and a hat.
Adam Larson
Theater Experience: On Stage YOU 881
NEW! Storybook Art KIC 857
Connect reading, art and a love of literature. Be inspired by Dr. Seuss, Eric Carle and
other illustrators. Create art using techniques found in popular books. Make simple
storybooks complete with illustrations. $140† includes $28 fee.
Join the cast and crew for a musical production. Learn the craft of theater including
makeup, staging, acting, singing, dancing, costuming and scenery. Refine your talents
and develop new skills. Participate in a stage performance. $490† includes $110 fee.
Note: Auditions are held on the first day of class.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
10 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-July 1
Sec. 302
10 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 11-22
Sec. 303
10 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
July 25-Aug. 5
NEW! Storybook Science KIC 860
See how science, math and nature come alive in children’s literature. Learn how
experimenting with lights and shadows, exploring nature and handling live animals are
integrated with children’s literature, math, art and drama. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Ashley Klaiss
Ashley Klaiss
NEW! Storybook Theater KIC 887
Storybook Theater performers experience imaginative play through theater games,
fairy tales, music and art. Learn to follow direction, discover active listening skills and
participate in teamwork. Create props, costumes and set pieces needed for the show.
$140† includes $28 fee.
Treasure Hunt KDS 850
Slip into the world of codes, ciphers and cryptograms. Learn how to break secret
codes and build map-reading skills as you go on treasure hunts. $138† includes
$27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Learn how trains, planes, trucks and boats move us around our towns and the world.
$140† includes $28 fee.
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
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Kayleigh Kehrer
Kayleigh Kehrer
James Durcan
NEW! Vehicle Adventures! KIC 867
Sec. 301
Summertime Fun YEP 804
Participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Build with LEGO® bricks,
create a work of art, play kickball and mix up science magic. $140† includes $28 fee.
Grades 1-5
Michael Morrison
Grades 6-8
Michael Morrison
Grades 9-12
Michael Morrison
A Vehicle Invention Lab KIC 832
Design, fabricate and race original wooden cars and self-propelled rolling vehicles!
Use real hand tools and makerspace materials in your take-home projects. Returning
students build advanced projects. $197† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Future Makers.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
NNNN Campers must be able to work with a partner or in a small group. • WWW.AACC.EDU/KIC
K I D S I N CO L L E G E S U M M E R C A M P S
Note: Offered in Partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Camper work will be available
through a password-protected Black Rocket website.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Grades 3-5
Note: Offered In partnership with Black Rocket Productions. Games will be available through
a password protected Black Rocket website.
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 13-17
NEW! Where the Wild Things Are KIC 865
A wild world unfolds in this five-day investigation of the animal kingdom. Study
mammals, birds and reptiles. Learn about the wild places they inhabit and meet some
face to face! $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Ashley Klaiss
Woodshop: Basics to Boxes KIC 834
Master woodworking basics in three take-home projects: an elegant cutting board, a
gift box and an indestructible toolbox. Follow plans, measure, mark, cut, drill, shape
and finish with hand tools. Returning students create advanced projects! $215†
includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Future Makers.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Design and build a well-crafted table from original plans. Safely and accurately
measure, cut, join and finish softwood using hand tools. No prior experience required.
Returning students build advanced projects! $215† includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Future Makers.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Grades 6-8
Video Game Odyssey YTR 847 NNNN
Unlock the keys to game design by choosing your own adventure. Make special topdown adventure games like Pokèmon or Zelda. Design unlimited rooms and levels.
$182† includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301
Woodshop: Tools to Tables KIC 833
World Passport KIC 803
Travel around the world in five days! Each day campers journey to a new continent
and discuss the geographical features, cultures and the countries that make up that
continent. $138† includes $27 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Daniel Vanhassent
NEW! Your Five Senses KIC 863
Learn about your senses as you enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of summer. Taste
some homemade ice cream and feel some animals of summer. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Kelly Cann
Youth Dance Festival YUT 809
Motivated dance students study ballet, modern, hip-hop, Middle Eastern dance and
more in a supportive, noncompetitive learning environment. $365† includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
10 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-July 1
Sec. 302
10 sessions
Arnold campus MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-July 1
Grades 6-8
Lynda Fitzgerald
Grades 9-12
Lynda Fitzgerald
NEW! Zentangle® Summer Adventure KIC 878
Discover an easy-to-learn drawing technique that is relaxing, fun and creative.
Combine simple, repetitive, deliberate strokes into patterns, or “tangles,” to create a
variety of unique pieces of art. $140† includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
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Loretta Manoogian
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NEW! Video Game Animation YEP 827 NNNN
Take game design to the next level by creating and animating character sprites,
objects and backgrounds. Working in teams, start with a name, develop the
personality, signature moves, special powers and the story line. $182† includes $12
fee.
Enrichment for gifted and talented youth.
EXPLORE (Grades K-5)
Middle School Scholars (Grades 6-8)
Co-sponsored by Anne Arundel
County Public Schools and
Anne Arundel Community College
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Kids in College Summer Camps
JUNE 20-24
KINDERGARTENTITLE
All About Technology
Pre-Engineering
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Engineering Fundamentals
Chesapeake Discoveries: Life in an Estuary
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Math Master
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Robotics
JUNE 27-JULY 1
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Mission to Mars
Elementary Engineering
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Rockets and Robotics
Gadgets and Gizmos
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Digital Animation Workshop
COURSE
GTE 829-301
GTE 821-301
COURSE
GTE 822-301
GTE 836-301
COURSE
TGT 805-301
GTE 834-301
COURSE
TGT 850-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
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COURSE
GTE 851-301
GTE 830-301
COURSE
GTE 831-301
GTE 844-301
COURSE
GTE 854-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
40
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COURSE
GTE 853-301
GTE 813-301
COURSE
GTE 834-302
GTE 843-301
COURSE
GTE 835-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
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COURSE
GTE 850-301
GTE 848-301
COURSE
GTE 829-302
GTE 847-301
COURSE
GTE 849-301
GTE 832-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
PAGE
40
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COURSE
GTE 831-302
TGT 852-301
COURSE
GTE 814-301
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
PAGE
41
41
PAGE
41
COURSE
GTE 813-302
GTE 821-302
COURSE
GTE 822-302
GTE 830-302
COURSE
GTE 834-303
GTE 836-302
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
1-4 p.m.
TIME
9 a.m.-noon
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
PAGE
40
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JULY 11-15
KINDERGARTENTITLE
All About the Rainforest
Recipe for Science
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics
Creative Writing
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Dissection: Computer Technology
JULY 18-22
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Wild Weather Chaser
Dinos Rock!
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
All About Technology
Ice Age
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Extra! Extra! Read All About It
Robotics with NXT
JULY 25-29
GRADES 3-5
GRADES 6-8
TITLE
Rockets and Robotics
Secret Agent
TITLE
Comic Book Designer: The Graphic Novel
AUG. 1-5
KINDERGARTENTITLE
Recipe for Science
Pre-Engineering
GRADES 1-2
TITLE
Engineering Fundamentals
Elementary Engineering
GRADES 3-5
TITLE
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics
Chesapeake Discoveries: Life in an Estuary
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E X P LO R E | M I D D L E S C H O O L S C H O L A R S | S U M M E R C A M P S
KINDERGARTEN
GRADES 1-2
All About Technology GTE 829
Discover the FUNdamentals of technology. Build circuits, program robotic devices and
use a GPS to play a high-tech game of hide and seek. Practice orienteering, treasure
hunting and waymarking, better known as geocaching. $175 includes $12 fee.
Chesapeake Discoveries: Life in an Estuary GTE 836
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-24
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Plunge into games, critters and crafts related to water and aquatic life in the
Chesapeake Watershed. Explore the forest habitats, track down wild and green things
that live around us, and investigate the mysteries of nature. $265 includes $65 fee.
Note: Field trips included.
Suzanne Turek
Pre-Engineering GTE 821
Explore the many possibilities of LEGO® building systems while learning valuable
construction techniques. Design a town, city or starbase with buildings, pyramids,
bridges, tunnels and towers. Build cars, trains, buses and trucks to race, crash and
repair. $175 includes $12 fee.
Engineering Fundamentals GTE 822
Tackle real-life engineering challenges that explore concepts in physics, mechanical
and structural engineering, and architecture. Learn about motorized machines, castles
and catapults through hands-on activities using LEGO® building systems. $175
includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies.
NEW! All About the Rainforest GTE 853
Grab your backpack for a summer adventure in the rainforests of Central and South
America. Learn about the extraordinary diversity of plants and animals that are found
in the rainforests. $135 includes $25 fee.
NEW! Mission to Mars GTE 851
Explore the solar system! Build and fly a hot air balloon, test the laws of motion and
make an edible shuttle. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
Kelly Cann
Recipe for Science GTE 813
What do you get when you add bubbles, magnets, volcanoes and marshmallows?
A recipe for fun and learning! Create and experiment with these materials and more,
including invisible ink, balloons and airplanes. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Marlena Colleton
Marlena Colleton
NEW! Wild Weather Chasers GTE 850
Crash, boom – what caused that thunder to be so loud! Take a look at the weather
around us from tornadoes to blizzards and find out what causes these weather events.
$135 includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
NEW! Dinos Rock GTE 848
Charles Alexander
Explore the types of dinosaurs. Learn about the lives of these ancient reptiles while
journeying to the time when they ruled the world. Discover dinosaurs through stories,
songs and hands-on activities. $135 includes $28 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
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Ashley Klaiss
Elementary Engineering GTE 830
Learn the basics of engineering and simple machines. Discover the concepts of pulleys,
levers, gears, compound machines, motorized vehicles and robotic creations using
LEGOs®. $175 includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
All About Technology GTE 829
Discover the FUNdamentals of technology. Build circuits, program robotic devices and
use a GPS to play a high-tech game of hide and seek. Practice orienteering, treasure
hunting and waymarking, better known as geocaching. $175 includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
NEW! Ice Age GTE 847
Explore the wonders of the Ice Age from its beginning to continuing impact today.
Learn about the frozen world of continent-sized glaciers and gigantic prehistoric
creatures. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
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Chesapeake Discoveries: Life in an Estuary GTE 836
Math Master TGT 805
Amaze friends and family members by solving seemingly impossible math problems
before their eyes. Gain skills working through activities that integrate probability,
statistics, predictions, logic puzzles and problem solving. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 20-24
Plunge into games, critters and crafts related to water and aquatic life in the
Chesapeake Watershed. Explore the forest habitats, track down wild and green things
that live around us, and investigate the mysteries of nature. $265 includes $65 fee.
Note: Field trips included.
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
Aug. 1-5
Suzanne Turek
GRADES 6-8
Intermediate Engineering and Robotics GTE 834
Delve into the concepts of force, measurement, construction and design. Teams work
together to create unique machines using their knowledge of technology and design.
$175 includes $12 fee.
Robotics TGT 850
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Experience robot technology! Design, build, program and exercise LEGO® Mindstorms
robots. Learn about sensors. Work in teams. Compete in challenges that test the
technology. $235 includes $25 fee.
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 11-15
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
Aug. 1-5
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Rockets and Robotics GTE 831
Work in small teams writing a step-by-step program to make things spin, light up and
play music. Build and explore machines and mechanisms. Design and build a rocket to
test and take home. $175 includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
June 27-July 1
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Michael McGee
NEW! Digital Animation Workshop GTE 854
Explore cartooning from the early 20th century to the present. Create the story for a
video, sketch ideas for characters and props then bring them to life. $250 includes
$40 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Charles Alexander
Dissection: Computer Technology GTE 835
Explore the way computers are made! Take a working computer apart, examine the
pieces and put it back together! Explore the evolution of personal computing and
what tomorrow may hold for technology. $175 includes $12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
NEW! Gizmos and Gadgets GTE 844
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
NEW! Extra! Extra! Read All About It! GTE 849
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
June 27-July 1
Work with partners to look at things from different angles and figure out puzzles.
Explore speed, friction and air resistance, electricity and more. $135 includes $28 fee.
NEW! Creative Writing GTE 843
Learn the skills you need to write successful stories. Write prompts and fill a notebook
with great ideas and fragments that may form the backbone of future short stories or
novels. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 11-15
Molly Bugaile
Secret Agent TGT 852
Become a spy on difficult missions where you must gather secret information, make
contact with other spies and pass along top-secret information. Learn the skills and
techniques of the spy trade and don’t get caught. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 25-29
Help develop a camp newsletter in hardcopy and digital formats. Write stories,
interview people around Kids in College, draw cartoons, write editorials and set up the
inaugural copies of the camp newsletter. $135 includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 18-22
Molly Bugaile
Robotics with NXT GTE 832
Build robots, program them to accomplish tasks, and have them respond to external
stimuli and overcome challenges. Campers use LEGO® NXT robotics. $175 includes
$12 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Goldsmith Education.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
1-4 pm
July 18-22
Comic Book Designer: The Graphic Novel GTE 814
Develop ideas into your own comic book! Focus on aspects of writing and drawing
including plot and character development, character dialog and panel illustration. $135
includes $25 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
9 am-noon
July 25-29
Samantha Boyd
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BEFORE- AND
AFTER-CARE
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BEFORE AND AFTER CARE
Afternoon After-Care KDS 800
Top off your day with a light snack, board games and a movie. $62+ includes $22 fee.
Note: Campers will be escorted from their afternoon or full-day camp.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
June 13-17
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 304
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 305
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
July 18-22
Sec. 306
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
July 25-29
Sec. 307
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
Aug. 1-5
Sec. 308
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
4-6 pm
Aug. 8-12
Club OT: Extended Day YOU 877
Lunch Bunch KDS 803
Campers registered for both a morning and afternoon camp join other all-day campers
for a supervised lunch and outside play (weather permitting).
Note: Required for campers enrolled in two half-day camps. Campers will be escorted from
and to each camp.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
June 13-17
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
June 20-24
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
June 27-July 1
Sec. 304
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
July 5-8
Sec. 305
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
July 11-15
Sec. 306
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
July 18-22
Sec. 307
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
July 25-29
Sec. 308
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
Aug. 1-5
Sec. 309
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
12:05-12:55 pm
Aug. 8-12
Students enrolled in full-day camps can begin and end the day by creating arts and
craft projects, playing board and word games, or watching a video. $77+ includes
$22 fee.
Rise and Shine YUT 885
Start your morning with board games and a movie. $42+ includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301
5 sessions
Arnold campus
Sec. 301
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
June 13-17
June 13-17
Sec. 302
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
June 20-24
Sec. 303
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
June 27-July 1
Sec. 304
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
July 11-15
Sec. 305
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
July 18-22
Sec. 306
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
July 25-29
Sec. 307
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
Aug. 1-5
Sec. 308
5 sessions
Arnold campus
MTuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
Aug. 8-12
Note: Campers will be escorted to and from their full-day camp.
MTuWThF
Sec. 302
MTuWThF
Sec. 303
MTuWThF
Sec. 304
MTuWThF
Sec. 305
MTuWThF
Sec. 306
MTuWThF
Sec. 307
MTuWThF
Sec. 308
MTuWThF
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
5 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
Arnold campus
June 20-24
Arnold campus
June 27-July 1
Arnold campus
July 11-15
Arnold campus
July 18-22
Arnold campus
July 25-29
Arnold campus
Aug. 1-5
Arnold campus
Aug. 8-12
Club OT: Holiday YUH 839
For students enrolled in full-day camps the week of July Fourth begin and end your
day playing board games, creating arts and craft projects or watching videos. $49+
includes $16 fee.
Note: Campers will be escorted to their morning or full-day camp.
Rise and Shine Holiday KDS 801
Start your morning with board games and a movie. $30+ includes $7 fee.
Note: Campers will be escorted to their morning or full-day camp.
Sec. 301
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
7:30-8:45 am
July 5-8
Note: Campers will be escorted from and to their full-day camp.
Sec. 301
TuWThF
4 sessions
7:30-8:45 am and 4-6 pm
Arnold campus
July 5-8
Holiday Afternoon After-Care KDS 802
End your day with a light snack, board games and a movie. $42+ includes $11 fee.
Note: Campers will be escorted from their afternoon or full-day camp.
Sec. 301
4 sessions
Arnold campus
TuWThF
4-6 pm
July 5-8
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M U S I C • PA R E N T I N G A N D FA M I LY L I F E
MUC 317
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
Continued from page 18.
NEW
Music Made Easy: Online
MUC 309
Community Jazz Ensemble
Learn and perform jazz stage band music. Open to
all qualified community musicians. Audition may be
required. Programs are prepared by the college for
public performance. $47† includes $37 fee.
Note: Performance dates announced in class. For details,
contact performance arts department, 410-777-7230, or
www.aacc.edu/music.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
W
11 sessions
6:30-9:45 pm
11 sessions
6:30-9:45 pm
Arnold campus
May 24-Aug. 2
Arnold campus
May 25-Aug. 3
Explore common drumming patterns of the Ewe
and Mande people of West Africa. Discuss drum
construction and compare drums from each group.
Practice drumming techniques and play basic patterns
with assorted drums and percussion instruments. $75
includes $14 fee.
Note: Performance dates to be announced in class. For
details, contact Associate Professor Anna Binneweg,
410-777-7218, or www.aacc.edu/music.
Arnold campus
May 24-June 30 Anna Binneweg
MUSIC APPRECIATION
NEW
Introduction to Becoming a DJ
Examine the essentials of DJ as a career. Outline a
history of the profession and equipment requirements.
Identify qualities of a successful DJ, and branding and
marketing strategies. Practice beat matching and song
transitions. $77 includes $7 fee.
Arnold campus
June 8-29
Sean Armstrong
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
MUC 329
NEW
Learn to read music and play simple piano melodies in
a group. Explore the basics of reading music, identifying
notes on the keyboard, and playing rhythms and basic
chords. Practice ergonomics and hand positioning.
$99† includes $7 fee.
Note: For beginners or students who want to review skills.
Arnold campus
June 2-July 21
MUC 313
Learn basic guitar skills in group instruction format:
reading music, playing scales and chords. Learn some of
your favorite music, guitar maintenance and instrument
quality. $115† includes $7 fee.
Note: Student must bring a six-string guitar to class.
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Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 9
West African Drumming for Beginners
Note: Instruments will be provided. Wear
comfortable clothing.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Th
7-8:45 pm
MUC 325
Arnold campus
June 30-July 28 Lesley Klufio
NEW
Introduction to Song Writing
Learn to write lyrics and melodies that could appeal
to the music marketplace. Examine musical genres
focusing on lyrical melodies, song structure and
marketing potential. Write lyrics for one genre and
explore melodic development. $82 includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
W
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 6-27
Eileen Bernstein
VOICE INSTRUCTION
MUC 323
Individual Voice Lessons
Receive private instruction according to your musical
knowledge and experience. Learn music terminology
and elements of singing including breath, diction,
rhythm, reading, vocal exercises, musicianship and
presentation. $284† includes $254 fee.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Tu
5-6 pm
Sec. 302 6 sessions
Tu
6-7 pm
Sec. 303 6 sessions
Tu
7-8 pm
Sec. 304 6 sessions
Tu
8-9 pm
Note: No class July 12.
Arnold campus
June 14-July 26
Arnold campus
June 14-July 26
Arnold campus
June 14-July 26
Arnold campus
June 14-July 26
Ruth Capobianco
Ruth Capobianco
Ruth Capobianco
Ruth Capobianco
Frederick Cox
Sing Out Loud
Discover the joy of singing, solo or in group, using
classical, standard and popular vocal arrangements.
Practice the basics of breathing, tone and diction in an
environment supportive of beginning, intermediate and
advanced singers. $151† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
W
6-8 pm
Anne Arundel Community College established The
Parenting Center to provide high-quality educational
programs about parenting and family life to our
community. Visit us at www.aacc.edu/teach.
Many of AACC’s parenting courses meet the
Maryland Child Care Credential requirements established
by the Maryland Department of Education (MSDE) Office
of Child Care. Each class has a content area code that
corresponds to the Core of Knowledge requirements.
The codes are:
C – Curriculum
D – Child development
H – Health, safety and nutrition
L – Community
P – Professionalism
S – Special needs
PARENTING ONE-ON-ONE
Parenting One-on-One courses are designed to allow
students the flexibility to arrange parenting courses
around their busy schedules and to allow for a more
personalized approach. Contact the Parenting Center
at 410-777-2159 for information and to schedule a
Parenting One-on-One course.
TPC 323
Managing Anger in Family
Life: One-on-One
Learn the origins of problem anger in the home
through individual instruction. Practice methods for
properly expressing anger. Learn to channel energy into
productive thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Explore
ways to develop greater inner peace and cultivate
interpersonal skills. CEUs issued. $350† includes
$22 fee.
TPC 324
Systematic Training for Effective
Parenting (STEP): One-on-One
Learn the principles of this nationally acclaimed parent
education curriculum through individual instruction.
Focus on essential child-rearing issues, effective
parent-child communication and discipline methods.
Gain valuable training to improve family cooperation
and lessen parent-child conflicts. CEUs issued. $350†
includes $22 fee.
TPC 325
MUC 319
Basic Guitar: Group Instruction
Sec. 301 10 sessions
Tu
7-8 pm
NEW
Note: No prior voice experience necessary. All experience
levels welcome.
Beginning Group Piano
Sec. 301 8 sessions
Th
7-8 pm
Marianne Murawski
Marianne Murawski
Marianne Murawski
Raymond Ascione
Perform orchestral works from the Baroque to
contemporary eras. Open to all qualified community
players. Audition may be required. Programs are
prepared by the college for public performance. $47†
includes $37 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
W
6:30-9 pm
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
MUC 326
Community Orchestra
MUC 328
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Ian Wardenski
MUC 310
Sec. 301 12 sessions
TuTh
6:30-9:45 pm
Learn what makes music work. Gain an understanding
of rhythm, melody and harmony. Discover how to build
intervals, major scales and chords. Learn how to read,
write and play simple musical pieces on a keyboard.
$100† includes $72 fee.
PARENTING AND
FAMILY LIFE
Arnold campus
June 15-Aug. 3
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Parenting Through Separation
or Divorce: One-on-One
Receive individual instruction on how to shield children
from the parental conflict associated with divorce
or separation. Discover tools for managing anger,
negotiating peacefully and creating a co-parenting plan
that is effective and child-focused. CEUs issued. $350†
includes $22 fee.
PA R E N T I N G A N D FA M I LY L I F E • P E E R L E A R N I N G PA R T N E R S H I P
AACC’s Peer Learning Partnership is a self-directed
learning community in which members help develop
and lead courses. Students must enroll in PLP 500
each term prior to registering for other courses. Visit
www.aacc.edu/plp.
PLP 500
Peer Learning Partnership Program
AACC’s TEACH Institute and Parenting Center offer a
wide range of online courses for teachers, child care
providers, parents and other caregivers through a
partnership with ed2go.
Online courses provide a convenient and economical
approach to learning. Take the short interactive quiz
“Are Online Learning Courses Right for Me?”
at www.aacc.edu/virtualcampus/coned to help
you decide if this option fits your learning needs.
All courses require Internet access, email and Internet
Explorer or other browser. Visit www.ed2go.com/
aacc to view the entire online course inventory and
for course information including description and cost,
and access and registration instructions.
For information about these classes and other
teacher professional development, child care training
or parent education classes, including how to register,
call 410-777-2401.
Course dates are: June 15-Aug. 5,
July 13-Sept. 2 and Aug. 17-Oct. 7.
All courses award CEUs. The cost for each course
is $149, which includes a $72 fee.
FON 322
CONTENT AREA: D
Understanding Adolescents
Learn the three stages of adolescent development.
Compare the physical, emotional and social changes
during teen years. Understand the importance of
adolescent identity formation for adult mental health.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
FON 390
CONTENT AREA: C
Home School with Success
Take the mystery out of home schooling. Explore
the history of home schooling and review laws and
regulations, curriculum options and assessment tools.
Discover how to provide socializing opportunities and
build long-lasting relationships within home-school
support groups. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TPC 353
Marriage and Relationships
Learn how to build a solid foundation for a healthy
marital relationship that will last far beyond “I do.”
Gain key strategies for maintaining relationships,
balancing a partner’s needs and resolving conflict.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Registration allows participation in Peer Learning
Partnership (PLP) social and cultural activities and
Friday discussion groups that explore current events,
music and the performing arts, science and technology,
economic issues, art history, history, fiction and
nonfiction books, travel and films.
Note: Participation in PLP activities or courses requires a
one-time $30 membership fee that covers a six-month period
(January through June or July through December).
Sec. 301 14 sessions
F
noon-4:30 pm
PRC 358
Enrich your knowledge of Jane Austen’s life and works
through the latest research about her. Explore the lives
of the three Bronte sisters and evaluate their impact on
world literature. $30 includes $29 fee.
Sec. 301 7 sessions
TuTh
10 am-noon
AMIL
June 7-28
Jo Ann Rich
PRC 338
The Axial Moment
Explore the concept of the axial moment by
investigating basic texts and perspectives from history
that deepen insight into human development, guiding
principles for human progress, and the nature of
individual and social transformation. $30† includes
$29 fee.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Tu
noon-2 pm
Receive individual instruction on how to direct children
away from explosive episodes. Explore why traditional
discipline strategies often don’t work with behaviorally
challenged children. Review the concepts of lagging
skills and unsolved problems. Practice collaborative
problem solving strategies. CEUs issued. $350†
includes $22 fee.
Receive individual instruction on establishing rules,
routines and rituals that provide the predictability and
structure children crave. Discuss how relationships can
be improved by creating meaningful rituals. Discover
how rules, routines and rituals are linked to childhood
resiliency. CEUs issued. $350† includes $22 fee.
PRC 360
FOR ADDITIONAL
PARENTING CLASSES
Sec. 301 8 sessions
W
noon-2 pm
See Child Care Training on pages 65-66 and
Teacher Professional Development see pages 96-98.
Angela Smookler
NEW
TPC 357
Rules, Routines and Rituals: One-on-One
Arnold campus
July 1-Sept. 30
The Brontes and Jane Austen
TPC 356
The Explosive Child: One-on-One
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
PEER LEARNING
PARTNERSHIP
Arnold campus
June 21-July 26
Julie Geredien
NEW
Summer Stories 2016: Humor U.S.
Discover what tickles America’s funny bone. Read and
discuss humorous writing from Mark Twain to The
Onion. Explore what makes these texts funny and what
makes them quintessentially American. $30† includes
$29 fee.
PRC 359
Arnold campus
June 22-Aug. 10 Patricia Capuzzi
NEW
That’s Funny:
Film Comedy from 1927 to 1999
Explore the magic of laughter through six genres and
eras of cinema comedy, from the physical humor of
Buster Keaton and antics of Cary Grant to the dark satire
of Stanley Kubrick. $30 includes $29 fee.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Tu
2:30-4:30 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
Arnold campus
June 28-Aug. 2
Frank Capuzzi
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
PERSONAL GROWTH
PRS 389
Genealogy Basics
Learn where to look, whom to contact and how to use
research tools to begin an exciting exploration of your
roots. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Bob Moyer
Bob Moyer
Bob Moyer
Learn how to speak confidently and persuasively to
both large audiences and small groups. Discuss the art
of verbal and nonverbal communication skills and how
to overcome the fear of public speaking. $100† includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
GRW 346
Grammar Refresher for Work
Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean,
grammatically correct documents or speeches.
Master the basics through the use of definitions, vivid
examples, interactive and reinforcing exercises. Reap
rewards with mastery of the English language. $100
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Ellen Feld
Ellen Feld
Ellen Feld
GRW 347
Listen to Your Heart
and Success Will Follow
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Cynthia Christianson
Cynthia Christianson
Cynthia Christianson
GRW 348
Keys to Effective Communication
Learn to build rapport, trust, warmth and respect
through conversation. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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For the latest class information, visit www.aacc.edu/pet.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Laurel Schaub
Laurel Schaub
Laurel Schaub
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Master 12 career-enhancing skills. Learn about goal
setting, time management, personal organization and
creativity. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Becky Swain
Becky Swain
Becky Swain
Dawn Lianna
Dawn Lianna
Dawn Lianna
PET 312
Pet First Aid and CPR
Learn life-saving pet first aid techniques. Receive handson instruction on primary emergency assessment,
rescue breathing, choking management, bleeding
control, heat- and cold-related injuries and CPR. Manual
and course completion card included. $64† includes
$19 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9:30 am-2 pm
Arnold campus
June 4
Jane Rainier
PET 310
Pet Massage
Learn massaging skills that help support your pet’s
health and longevity. $37† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
9:30 am-12:30 pm June 11
Jane Rainier
GRW 352
PET 320
Learn how to be more confident and powerful in
everyday conversation. $100† includes $72 fee.
Utilize elements of pet psychology to develop a
practical, easy to implement training program. Examine
training techniques using positive reinforcement.
Develop a specific training plan for your own dog. $31†
includes $7 fee.
Get Assertive!
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Vivian Harte
Vivian Harte
Vivian Harte
PRS 390
Speed Reading (Merrill Ream)
Are you struggling to keep up with a flood of email,
articles, reports, books and other printed matter?
Save time by learning to read faster and with better
comprehension from acclaimed speed-reading expert
Merrill Ream. Cover topics in a logical progression with
plenty of time to master skills and techniques for lasting
proficiency as a speed reader. $100† includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Merrill Ream
Merrill Ream
Merrill Ream
Note: Instructor will provide dog for training demonstration.
GRW 322
Arnold campus
June 11
Skills for Making Great Decisions
Learn how to make excellent everyday decisions. Master
techniques for achieving goals, managing risk, dealing
with crises, and making decisions big and small with
knowledge and confidence. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Donna Brown
Donna Brown
Donna Brown
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Kimberly Greco
NEW
Careers in Canines
Examine the earning potential, education and work
experience requirements for careers in the canine
world. Explore professions, such as judges or handlers,
involving purebred dogs. Discuss service professions.
Outline positions in retail and pet health care. $37†
includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
W
6:30-9 pm
PET 321
Arnold campus
June 22
NEW
Rescue Dog Adoption
SKL 346
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Dog Training Techniques
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-noon
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Design a life that makes you happy. Learn how you can
use work to express yourself and share your interests
and talents. $100† includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Explore strategies for success in everyday interpersonal
communication. Examine verbal and nonverbal
habits, effective listening, self-concept, differences in
cultural and gender conversation styles and conflict
management. $100† includes $72 fee.
Individual Excellence
Mastering Public Speaking
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
PET OWNERSHIP
Interpersonal Communication
GRW 350
GRW 345
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
GRW 349
Prepare to bring a rescue dog home. Discuss breed
considerations including temperament and activity
levels. Explore transition plans. Examine potential
effects of previous abuse or neglect on behavior, and
ways to deal with them. $31† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
Th
1 session
6:30-8:30 pm
1 session
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 23
Arnold campus
July 21
P E T O W N E R S H I P • P H OTO G R A P HY
PHO 346
Animal Reiki
Learn how to use reiki, Japanese energy healing, for
animals. Discuss chakras, general energy concepts and
animal reiki techniques. Receive reiki attunements and a
manual. $69† includes $19 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
9:30 am-2:30 pm June 25
Jane Rainier
PET 314
Elements of K-9 Behavior
Learn the difference between canine behavior and
temperament. Strengthen the bond between human
and dog by learning how they think and process their
environment. $27† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 12
BASIC INSTRUCTION
Basic Digital Camera Operations
Designed for entry-level film or digital single-lens
reflex camera (DSLR) photographers. Learn camera
operations, including composition, focus, lens selection,
exposure, metering, flash and memory devices. $151†
includes $7 fee.
Note: Students supply their own camera and memory card.
Computer lab not offered with this course.
Ryan Terpay
ONL 383
Discover Digital Photography
Learn the basics of digital photography including
equipment, software, digital darkrooms, printing,
Internet and email use, along with commercial and
personal applications. Learn what you need and what
you can expect to invest. CEUs issued. $100 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
PHO 355
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Craig Powers
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
NEW
Master Your Digital SLR Camera
Advance digital camera skills to the next level. Learn
how to use aperture, shutter speed, ISO and exposure
settings. Discuss specific lenses and flash units. Examine
how to compose and shoot photos in various situations.
$100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Th
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 16-July 21
Robb Harell
Learn Lightroom’s tools for consistent workflow from
camera to quality output. Import, organize and retrieve
pictures. Discover the tools to back up, convert from
RAW, correct and control exposure and color. $167†
includes $7 fee.
Prerequisite: PHO 305 Basic Digital Camera Operations or
permission of instructor.
PHO 305
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Note: Prior knowledge of basic digital camera operation
recommended or PHO 305 Basic Digital Camera Operations.
Students supply their own digital single-lens reflex camera
with manual override and memory card.
Basic Adobe Lightroom for Photographers
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in Digital
Photography, see pages 104-109.
Arnold campus
June 14-July 19
Learn proven techniques to better your digital
photography skills. Designed for the digital singlelens reflex (DSLR) camera. Topics include equipment,
advanced exposure techniques, low-light situations
and off-camera flash. Instructor will discuss action
photography, close-up macro photography, tips for
photographing people and travel, camera raw capture
and raw file editing techniques. $156† includes $7 fee.
PHO 353
PHOTOGRAPHY
Sec. 301 6 sessions
Tu
6:30-8:30 pm
Digital Photography:
Intermediate-Advanced Techniques
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Sec. 301 6 sessions
W
6:30-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 10
Colleen Riley
SPECIAL TOPICS
PHO 362
Photography as Business: An Introduction
Examine topics specific to setting up a photography
business. Explore creating and promoting a brand,
bidding for contracts, opportunities for sales, copyright
laws, potential legal contracts, model releases and
introductory issues of self-employment/business taxes.
$49 includes $7 fee.
Note: Instructor will not provide legal advice on personal
business issues and neither the instructor nor AACC is
responsible for students’ personal business choices.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
M
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 13-27
Jennifer Casey
PHO 340
Photographing Nature
with Your Digital Camera
Learn how to improve your outdoor photographs.
Focus on landscapes, water, flowers, trees, insects
and animals. Examine digital camera equipment,
telephotography and macro photography. $100†
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
PHO 341
Secrets of Better Photography
Enhance your photography skills by mastering basic
exposure and lighting techniques. Learn how to
photograph portraits, landscapes and still lifes. $100†
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
PHO 343
Travel Photography Using a Digital Camera
Explore the art of travel photography. Learn about focal
points, depth of field, shooting fast-moving objects,
underwater photos, low- or mixed-light situations,
protecting equipment in all climates, shooting from
the air, capturing urban settings and metering options.
$100† includes $72 fee.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
PET 318
Prerequisite: PHO 341 Secrets of Better Photography
recommended.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
PHO 344
Photographing People
Using a Digital Camera
Discover the best approach for shooting portraits,
formal groups and faces. Learn how to arrange a sitting,
set moods, create themes and editing techniques.
Explore action photos and creative ways to photograph
children, babies and pets. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
A digital editing program is required. Photoshop Elements 3
is preferred.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
PHO 358
Smartphone Photography
Learn to optimize photographic skills and basic
photography skills for smartphones. Identify common
and uncommon features and practice using them
in class. Explore apps to augment photography and
editing. $37† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
10 am-12:30 pm June 25
Timothy Mazurek
PHO 354
Shooting in the Dark
Learn methods for night photography including shutter
and ISO settings using available or local lighting. Review
and analyze examples to learn about taking fireworks,
city, moon and eclipse shots. Enrollment limit: 18. $82†
includes $7 fee.
Note: Prior knowledge of basic DSLR camera operations
recommended. Bring compact or DSLR camera, tripod and
flash drive to class.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
Th
6:30-9 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
Arnold campus
July 14-28
Donald Dement
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
REAL ESTATE
FOR THE CONSUMER
The following courses are designed for renters and
buyers. Real estate professionals, see real estate in the
careers and certifications section, pages 95-96, or visit
www.aacc.edu/realestate.
RLT 510
Real Estate Investing
Learn the essentials of investing in real estate. Explore
investment categories, planning and objectives,
lease options, foreclosure, negotiation tactics, loans
and lenders, advisors and asset protection. Discuss
alternative strategies for a changing market and home
office setup. CEUs issued. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
This class is not approved for license renewal.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Lynne Morton
Lynne Morton
Lynne Morton
SCUBA
KIC 839
Basic Scuba Diving - Youth
Learn basic requirements and practical techniques
for recreational scuba diving. Prepare to meet the
requirements for the Professional Association of Diving
Instructors (PADI) certification. Discuss the physics
related to diving, first aid and safe practices in diving,
dive planning and underwater communications.
Demonstrate proper use and handling of equipment.
$295 includes $224 fee.
Note: Students must be between 15 and 16 years of age to
register and must pass a swimming exam. Includes textbook
and all scuba equipment except mask, snorkel and fins. A
medical exam may be required. International certification
through the Professional Association of Diving Instructors
(PADI) is available after successful completion of this course
and four open water check-out dives. There is an additional
cost for the four required open water dives.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
W
6-10:15 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-29
WRS 501
SENIORS
Learn the basic requirements and practical techniques
for recreational scuba diving. Prepare to meet the
requirements for the Professional Association of Diving
Instructors (PADI) certification. Discuss the physics
related to diving, first aid and safe practices in diving,
dive planning, and underwater communications.
Demonstrate proper use and handling of underwater
breathing apparatus and other diving equipment. CEUs
issued. $295 includes $224 fee.
Senior courses are for individuals age 55 and older.
Students ages 55-59 must pay $40 tuition per course
plus an $80 administrative fee per three-month cycle
(cycle fee) plus any fees for each course. Seniors age
60 and older pay only the $80 cycle fee plus any fees.
Course cycles are January-March, April-June, JulySeptember and October-December.
AACC offers courses for seniors at the Arnold
campus, Glen Burnie Town Center and at various senior
centers throughout Anne Arundel County. Seniors now
may register online, by mail, or in person at the Arnold
campus, CALT 115. For a list of senior center courses,
contact your local senior center or visit
www.aacc.edu/seniors.
Students taking classes at each senior center must
join that center in advance of the course start date.
Contact your local senior center for details.
Basic Scuba Diving
Note: Students must pass a swimming exam. Includes
textbook and all scuba equipment except mask, snorkel and
fins. A medical exam may be required. Certification is available
after successful completion and four open water checkout
dives (cost not included). Offered in partnership with Sea
Colony Aqua Sports.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
W
6-10:15 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-29
Johnnie Kiser
WRS 502
Advanced Open Water Scuba Diving
Prepare to meet the requirements for Professional
Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Advanced
Open Water Diving certification. Learn basic and
practical requirements for scuba diving; weight needs
and buoyancy changes due to air consumption; natural
and compass underwater navigation; night-diving and
deep-diving techniques and planning; decompression
illness; and the search and recovery environment and
procedures.CEUs issued. $250† includes $197 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with Sea Colony Aqua Sports.
Bring mask, snorkel, fins and wetsuit boots. Scuba equipment
provided for pool training. Students bring or rent scuba
equipment for the certification open water dives. International
certification through the Professional Association of Diving
Instructors (PADI) available after successful completion and
five open water adventure dives: Peak Performance Buoyancy,
Underwater Navigation, Night Diving, Deep Diving and Search
and Recovery. Cost of open water dives not included.
Sec. 301 1 session
W
6-8:15 pm
W
6-10:15 pm
Arnold campus
July 13-27
Johnnie Kiser
Annapolis Senior Center
119 S. Villa Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401, 410-222-1818
Arnold Senior Center
44 Church Road, Arnold, MD 21012, 410-222-1922
Brooklyn Park Senior Center
202 Hammonds Lane, Brooklyn Park, MD 21225, 410-222-6847
Catherine O’Malley Senior Center
1275 Odenton Road, Odenton, MD 21113, 410-222-6227
Catherine O’Malley Senior Center Annex
1270 Odenton Road, Odenton, MD 21113, 410-222-0140
Pasadena Senior Center
4103 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122, 410-222-0030
Pascal Senior Center
125 Dorsey Road, Glen Burnie, MD 21061, 410-222-6680
South County Senior Center
27 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD 21037, 410-222-1927
ART HISTORY
ART 941
Art History
Explore the history of art throughout the world. Gain
an overview of specific historical periods and focus on
artistic styles, cultural, political and religious differences.
Johnnie Kiser
Sec. 301 7 sessions
Th
10-11:45 am
Arnold campus
July 7-Aug. 18
Desiree Scherini
COMPUTERS
CPT 975
iPad Basics
Learn how to use the iPad and its various features.
Discover how to navigate the multitouch interface, set
up an email account, type with the onscreen keyboard,
and set up and maintain a calendar. Practice using
FaceTime video calling, texting with iMessage and
sharing photos. $14 fee.
Note: Bring your own iPad.
Sec. 302 8 sessions
Arnold campus
Tu 9:30-11:30 am July 5-Aug. 23 Donna MacAuley-Shoemaker
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Windows 8 Basics
Explore the Windows 8 interface. Learn how to work
with various applications, files and digital images.
Discover how to install programs, play music and use
other media files. $14 fee.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
W
10 sessions
9-11 am
8 sessions
9-11 am
GBTC
July 5-Sept. 6
GBTC
July 6-Aug. 24
Staton Kaufman
Winifred Gardiner
CPT 964
Windows 7 Basic
Learn how to use the Start menu and taskbar; move
and resize windows; create and manage files, folders
and libraries; edit file metadata; and search for content.
Create shortcuts, use gadgets, change system settings,
browse the Web with Internet Explorer 9 and add RSS
feeds $14 fee.
Sec. 301
W
Sec. 302
W
10 sessions
8:30-10:30 am
8 sessions
noon-2 pm
CALT 138
July 6-Sept. 7
GBTC
July 6-Aug. 24
Staton Kaufman
Winifred Gardiner
HEALTHY LIVING
FOR OLDER ADULTS
SLG 343
Conversational Sign Language 1
HTH 926
Functional Conditioning 2
Improve cardiovascular health, muscular strength
and range of motion. Understand physiological
development, resistance training and self-assessment
techniques to maintain health. $10 fee.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
TuTh
7-8 am
Arnold campus
July 5-Sept. 15
Melanie Tucker
HTH 924
Functional Aquatic Conditioning 2
Increase strength, endurance and range of motion
through aquatic conditioning. Learn about cardiorespiratory endurance and its positive effect on the
musculoskeletal system. $16 fee.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 302
MWF
17 sessions
10-11 am
17 sessions
10-11 am
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 12
Wauseca Briscoe
Arnold campus
Aug. 15-Sept. 23 Wauseca Briscoe
HTH 925
CPT 972
Functional Conditioning 1
Microsoft Word 2010, Level 2
Explore the intermediate features of Word 2010. Learn to
format tables, print labels and envelopes, and work with
graphics. Use document templates, manage document
revisions and work with Web features. $14 fee.
Prerequisite: CPT 971 Microsoft Word 2010, Level 1 or
equivalent knowledge.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
Arnold campus
W
11:30 am-1:30 pm July 6-Sept. 7
Staton Kaufman
Learn safe and effective strength and muscular
endurance training techniques. Identify the muscle
groups they benefit. Improve flexibility and mobility
using low-impact aerobics. $10 fee.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 302
MWF
28 sessions
7-8 am
28 sessions
8-9 am
Arnold campus
July 6-Sept. 9
Arnold campus
July 6-Sept. 9
Colleen Frank
Colleen Frank
Learn to communicate with hearing-impaired
individuals. Study fundamental principles of American
Sign Language. Study basic sign vocabulary, its use in
conversation following the patterns and grammatical
structures and an introduction to the American Manual
Alphabet finger spelling). Textbook information available
at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $147 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
MW
6:30-8:45 pm
AHC 320
Beginning Tennis
Learn basic forehand, backhand and service skills and
then start to play doubles and singles matches. Learn
rules and strategies of singles and doubles play. $90†
includes $15 fee.
Note: Geared toward students with a National
Tennis Rating of 1.5 or lower. In the event of rain, class
will be rescheduled.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
W
6-7:30 pm
Learn more advanced tennis strokes, techniques and
tactics. Practice rallying while playing singles and
doubles matches. $90† includes $15 fee.
Note: Geared toward students with a National Tennis
Rating of 2-2.5. In the event of rain, class will be rescheduled.
Learn the basic features and functions of Excel 2010
including how to enter and edit text; use values,
formulas and pictures; and save workbooks in various
formats. Discover how to move and copy data. Work
with ranges, rows and columns. $14 fee.
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in
Beginning Sign Language, see pages 104-109.
THEATER
SLG 304
THA 331
Sec. 301 9 sessions
Arnold campus
M
11:30 am-1:30 pm July 11-Sept. 12
Staton Kaufman
CPT 974
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, Level 1
Learn to create presentations that include text, graphics,
tables, charts and diagrams. Discover how to edit and
format slide content and apply transition effects. $14 fee.
Prerequisite: CPT 964 Windows 7 or equivalent knowledge.
Sec. 301 9 sessions
M
8:30-10:30 am
Arnold campus
July 11-Sept. 12
Staton Kaufman
Explore the fundamental principles of American Sign
Language. Practice the American Manual Alphabet
(fingerspelling) and introductory conversational
vocabulary. Discuss cultural aspects of the deaf
community. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore.$77 includes $7 fee.
Note: Introductory course designed for students with no
previous knowledge of American Sign Language to begin to
communicate with deaf individuals.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
W
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-29
Peggy Bruce
Rachel Keel
Advanced Beginning Tennis
Sec. 301 5 sessions
W
7:30-9 pm
A Beginner’s Guide to Sign Language
Arnold campus
June 1-29
AHC 321
SIGN LANGUAGE
Prerequisite: CPT 964 Windows 7 or equivalent knowledge.
Daniel Rick
TENNIS
CPT 973
Microsoft Excel 2010, Level 1
Arnold campus
June 29-July 27
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
CPT 976
Arnold campus
June 1-29
Rachel Keel
Get Funny
Learn from an experienced comedy writer and actor
about myriad sources of humor. Write one-liners, use
physical humor and find ways to target your audience.
Incorporate humor into your life by mixing laughter with
learning, putting people at ease and creating good will.
$100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Joanna Sandsmark
Joanna Sandsmark
Joanna Sandsmark
COURSES ARE CONTINUALLY BEING ADDED TO THE SCHEDULE. FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE COURSE
OFFERINGS, VISIT US ON THE WEB AT WWW.AACC.EDU/CONED OR CALL 410-777-2325.
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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THT 310
NEW
The Business of Voiceovers
Examine career opportunities in doing voiceovers.
Identify avenues for full- and part-time employment.
Outline ways to receive voiceover training and
strategies for self-marketing. Participate in a mock
voiceover and receive instructor feedback. $37†
includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
6:30-9 pm
THT 308
Arnold campus
June 21
Shakespeare for Today
Discover the drama and relevancy of Shakespeare’s
writings in this performance-based class. Using scene
work, examine the power and sounds of his words
while employing stage navigation. Explore text structure
and apply to current themes. $68 includes $12 fee.
Arnold campus
July 6-27
WIS 383
WIS 398
Explore the world of a fashion designer and practice
fashion sketching techniques. Discover career options,
and the basic job skills and training required. Practice
fashion design using drawing overlays. $50 includes
$22 fee.
Small Business Marketing on a Shoestring
Discover small-business marketing strategies that are
free or require only a small outlay of funds. Explore
ways to help you attract attention, woo your target
audience, grow your customer base and expand your
profits. $100 includes $72 fee.
Madeline Austin
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Glynns Thomas
Glynns Thomas
Glynns Thomas
WIS 399
A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published
Discover essential tools for gaining credibility in the
publishing world. Learn how to format your work,
identify effective literary agents and choose a publisher.
$100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
The following courses are offered through AACC’s
Women’s Institute which was established to enrich
and empower women. For information, visit
www.aacc.edu/women.
ALL AROUND THE HOUSE
WOI 305
Becoming a Landlord
Determine the benefits and challenges of owning
residential and vacation properties. Explore zoning
regulations, assessing rental viability, evaluating a
potential tenant and landlord, and tenant legal rights.
$55† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-1 pm
WOI 376
Arnold campus
June 4
Alison Kelly
NEW
I Can Fix It: Hang It Up!
Determine the correct hanging method for common
items around the home. Identify fasteners and their
purposes. Outline simple ways to determine object
weight and stud location. Practice installing hanging
fasteners. Demonstrate appropriate removal. $33†
includes $15 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9:30-11 am
Arnold campus
June 11 Jo Ellen Stinchcomb-Soesbee
WIS 324
Drywall Repair
Explore and practice a variety of ways to create a
smooth paintable surface on damaged drywall. Learn
techniques such as taping and patching, spackling,
scraping, sanding and repainting. $33† includes $15 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
7-8:30 pm
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
WNI 314
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Leeanne Krusemark
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Starting a Business in Health and Healing
Identify the building blocks to start a holistic and
integrative health business. Explore options in the
field and startup finances. Outline steps to develop a
successful business plan. Review sample documents
and worksheets. $66 includes $43 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
WNI 329
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Cyndie Koopsen
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Cyndie Koopsen
NEW
Business Leadership for Women
Identify and develop skills to become a successful
leader. Explore framing, approach to obstacles,
relationship building and assertiveness. Build on
strengths. Assess the successes and challenges faced by
women as role models. $140† includes $77 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
WNI 319
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Laura Quinn
NEW
Finances for the Sandwich Generation
Examine the unique challenges of juggling current
family and aging parents’ finances. Identify key areas
needing attention and focus on a proactive plan to
provide for current and future expenses. Workbook
provided. $67† includes $17 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-1 pm
Arnold campus
June 4
NEW
Introduction to Fashion Design
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
NEW
Sec. 301 4 sessions
W
6:30-8:30 pm
BUSINESS AND FINANCE
Elaine Shanley
Arnold campus
July 14 Jo Ellen Stinchcomb-Soesbee
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Tu
7-9 pm
WOI 373
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Jean Nathlich
NEW
Résumé in a Day
Create a résumé to target job opportunities. Explore
résumé fundamentals. Identify strategies used
by employers to identify potential candidates for
interviews. Complete a self-inventory, highlight
accomplishments and complete résumé. Discover ways
to customize for applications. $42 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-2 pm
Arnold campus
July 16
Alison Kelly
WNI 300
A Real Estate Stager: To Be Or Not to Be
Demonstrate the value of home staging in the
real estate market. Discuss the skills and training
recommended to become a home stager. Explore myths
and realities. Practice introductory staging techniques.
$37† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
M
6:30-9 pm
WOI 372
Arnold campus
July 18
Carol Cassidy
NEW
Ten Steps to a Federal Job
Discuss federal hiring programs and practices to prepare
for a job search. Outline the process of matching
knowledge, skills and abilities with occupational
groups and agencies. Explore techniques to earn “best
qualified” status. $45 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
July 23
Steven Young
WOI 379
Blogging for Profit
Examine various techniques to generate income
from blogging. Discuss the evolution of blogging and
an economical setup process. Identify methods of
determining popular topics, increasing search engine
traffic and developing loyal readership. $28† includes
$7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
6:30-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 26
Lorian Lipton
CREATIVE PURSUITS
WNI 318
NEW
Sewing Machine Drawing
Use sewing machine stitches to “draw” on fabric. Create
design on paper. Layer cut fabric pieces on backing.
Sew for a 3-D effect. Use machine stitching to complete
image. Assemble a wall hanging or pillow front to back.
$63† includes $15 fee.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Th
7-9 pm
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Arnold campus
June 21-28
Arnold campus
June 2-9
Sue Westenburger
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
NEW
Discover an easy-to-learn drawing technique that
inspires creativity and develops mindfulness. Combine
simple, repetitive drawing strokes into “tangles” to
create beautiful, personalized patterns. $47† includes
$17 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
6:30-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 7
Lori Manoogian
WMI 364
Combine Zentangle® with the ancient mandala circular
form. Explore creative and meditative qualities. Identify
three ways to create a “string” for your zendala, learn
new tangles, and practice shading and highlighting.
Complete one “zendala” in class. $42† includes $12 fee.
Prerequisite: WOI 367 Introduction to Zentangle® or
Improve sewing skills and learn how to insert a zipper.
Create an envelope pillow and cover and a zippered
makeup case. Practice using a pattern, measuring and
cutting. $70† includes $22 fee.
permission of instructor.
Sec. 301 1 session
W
9-11:30 am
WMI 336
So Simple Sewing
Learn (or relearn) how to use a sewing machine. Identify
the major parts of a sewing machine, practice threading
the machine and bobbin, and discuss sewing safety. Sew
two projects in class. $70† includes $22 fee.
Note: Students will complete fabric containers.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
W
7-9 pm
WNI 334
WNI 324
Zentangle® in the Round: Zendala
Introduction to Zentangle®
Arnold campus
June 15-22
Pauline Senk
NEW
Upcycled Leather Belt Bracelet
WNI 312
Loretta Manoogian
Explore the art of decoupage. Learn the unique
technique of applying decoupage to the underside of
clear glass. Create two glass plate keepsakes. $64†
includes $22 fee.
Arnold campus
July 12-19
Dawn Poley Schulman
Prepare to perform the National Anthem at a Bowie
Baysox game. Practice group vocal skills the week
before the performance at the college. Perform the
National Anthem with classmates the following week.
$30† includes $12 fee.
WNI 336
Elizabeth Sork
NEW
Tangling Thoughts: Zentangle® Journaling
Enrich the journaling experience. Learn to integrate
Zentangle® drawing techniques with phrases or sayings.
Practice new tangles. Use art media such as watercolor
and colored pencils; complete at least two journal
pages. $47† includes $17 fee.
Note: All supplies provided.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9:30 am-noon
WIS 387
Arnold campus
June 25
Lori Manoogian
NEW
Wire Wrapped Sea Glass
Use wire-wrapping techniques to create a pendant and
a pair of earrings incorporating sea glass. Embellish
with small beads, pearls or shells. Identify and practice
with jewelry tools needed to complete the project. $41†
includes $17 fee.
Sec. 301
M
Sec. 302
W
1 session
7-9 pm
1 session
9:30-11:30 am
Arnold campus
June 27
Arnold campus
July 27
Lori Manoogian
NEW
O, Say Can You Sing the National Anthem
Note: Includes ticket price for the Bowie Bay Sox game.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
TuTh
7-9 pm
WNI 321
Arnold campus
July 12-14
Ruth Capobianco
NEW
Introduction to Basket Weaving
Explore the rhythmic craft of basket weaving. Identify
tools and supplies and practice beginning technique.
Receive tips and suggestions to create even weave and
consistency. Create a small basket. $107† includes
$47 fee.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
M
7-9 pm
Lori Manoogian
WNI 302
Intermediate Genealogy: Surfing the Net
Determine effective techniques for genealogical
computer searches. Practice writing effective queries.
Examine various websites including ancestry, records
and organizations. Organize and keep track of searches.
Explore ways to break through dead ends. $87†
includes $15 fee.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
W
7-9 pm
WNI 335
Arnold campus
June 8-22
Connie Sparrow
NEW
Voluntourism - Traveling with Meaning
Discover the value of voluntourism. Learn what
makes a good candidate for this type of travel.
Identify voluntourism categories, and the benefits
and drawbacks of each. Develop ways to assess
organizations offering these plans. $31† includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 14
Rosie Gollahon
WOMEN’S WELLNESS
WIN 394
Weight Training for Women
Tone muscles, reduce the risk of osteoporosis and gain
strength for everyday activities through this introductory
hand-weight training class. Learn how to set up a
home-workout program. $87† includes $7 fee.
Arnold campus
July 18-Aug. 1
WIS 345
Crochet Basics
Note: Bring a set of 3- or 5-pound weights and a yoga mat.
Learn how to chain stitch, single and double crochet.
Examine the variety of crochet hooks and yarns
available. Complete a simple project in class. $55†
includes $17 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
W
9 am-12:15 pm
Arnold campus
July 21
SELF-DISCOVERY
NEW
Decoupage Under Glass
Learn special techniques for painting glass using ovencuring paints. Decorate and take home the glass items
provided. $57† includes $27 fee.
Arnold campus
June 22
Bring Zentangle® skills to fabric decoration. Create a
Zentangle-inspired design on fabric using a silhouette
shape and special fabric pens. Practice six new patterns
and shading. Complete a canvas tote bag. $52†
includes $22 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
6:30-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 9
WOI 381
Sec. 301 1 session
W
9 am-11:30 pm
NEW
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9:30-11:30 am
WMN 360
Note: Students will decorate wine glasses.
Pauline Senk
Note: Students must have completed WOI 367 Introduction
to Zentangle.®
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Tu
7-8:45 pm
Glass Painting
WNI 317
Arnold campus
July 20-27
Sew semiprecious beads onto leather cord, creating
a bracelet designed to wrap around the wrist several
times. Discover an easy technique offering a consistent
look. Explore tips and troubleshooting. Add a button
clasp to complete the look. $41† includes $17 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
7-9 pm
Lori Manoogian
Note: WMI 336 So Simple Sewing or permission of instructor.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
W
7-9 pm
Zentangle® – Tangling on Textiles
NEW
WMN 342
Arnold campus
June 16
Lori Manoogian
Boho Chic Wrap Bracelet
Use leatherwork techniques to create a beaded cuff
bracelet. Identify techniques for working with leather.
Cut and prepare pieces with a punch tool; design and
sew beads into leather strips. Choose design closure for
bracelet. $46† includes $22 fee.
Note: All supplies provided.
Arnold campus
June 29
NEW
So Simple Sewing 2
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
WOI 367
Arnold campus
July 20
Sec. 301 6 sessions
W
6:30-7:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-July 6
Pamela Blum
Linda De Andrade
Lori Manoogian
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W O R L D L A N G UAG E S
WORLD LANGUAGES
LGE 369
RUSSIAN
Sample a new language in a 10- to 20-hour course.
Both face-to-face and online formats are offered.
AACC also offers a Pathways to Fluency language
studies series ideal for individuals whose job requires
language fluency. See pages 100-101 for details or visit
www.aacc.edu/worldlanguage.
Learn simple sentences, grammar, pronunciation,
phrases and basic vocabulary that will help you greet
people, obtain directions and order meals. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. $147 includes
$7 fee.
LAN 305
ARABIC
Explore the basic vocabulary and alphabet of the Arabic
language. Discuss the writing system, native foods and
Arabic culture. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. $147 includes $7 fee.
Arnold campus
June 7-July 7
Rebecca Bene
FRENCH
NEW
French for Travelers
Examine and recite the most common conversational
phrases used by tourists traveling to a French speaking
destination. Practice simple vocabulary for greetings,
dining, driving, numbers and time. $87† includes $17 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
W
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-22 Nathalie Davis-Haslbeck
French Conversation
Continue building on the skills gained in French 1 or
2. Start with brief sentences and work up to short
dialogues on a variety of subjects in a relaxing and fun
atmosphere. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. $147 includes $7 fee.
Prerequisite: Previous French instruction.
Sec. 301 11 sessions
Arnold campus
M
7-9 pm
June 6-Aug. 15 Nathalie Davis-Haslbeck
LAN 351
Continue building on the skills gained in Basic German
1 and 2. Start with brief sentences and work up to short
dialogues on a variety of subjects in a relaxing and fun
atmosphere. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. $147 includes $7 fee.
Learn common words and phrases for leisure and
business. Provides phonetic spelling for every word
and phrase you need to learn. Hear and practice the
language with little more than a click of your mouse!
$145 includes $72 fee.
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Irina Orlova
Prerequisite: LAN 305 Basic Russian
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Tu
6:30-8:30 pm
Sec. 301 10 sessions
W
6-8 pm
LGE 380
Arnold campus
June 8-Aug. 10
William Doolan
Arnold campus
July 19-Aug. 16
Irina Orlova
Beginning Spanish 1
Acquire the basics of grammar, vocabulary and
conversation. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $147 includes $7 fee.
ITALIAN
LAN 350
Speed Italian
Learn Italian from the comfort of your home. Also learn
about Italian culture to gain a better understanding of
the Italian people. $145 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Arnold campus
June 7-July 5
Strengthen Russian pronunciation and expand
vocabulary. $84 includes $14 fee.
SPANISH
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Robert Bertoldi
Robert Bertoldi
Robert Bertoldi
Sec. 301
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Sec. 302
Th
9 sessions
6:30-8:45 pm
10 sessions
7-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 1-29
Arnold campus
June 2-Aug. 4
Mara Fitch
Jessica Jackson
LAN 365
Spanish for Travelers
JAPANESE
Examine and recite the most common conversational
phrases used by tourists traveling to a Spanish-speaking
destination. Practice simple vocabulary for greetings,
dining, driving, numbers and time. $87† includes $16 fee.
LAN 340
Sec. 301 4 sessions
M
7-9 pm
Speed Japanese
Explore the culture of Japan while learning basic
conversational skills, phrases and words using the
English alphabet. $145 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Ririko Mayashi
Ririko Mayashi
Ririko Mayashi
Amy Page
Amy Page
Amy Page
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Arnold campus
June 6-27
Rebecca Bene
LAN 303
Speed Spanish 2
Enhance your comfort level in Spanish-speaking
situations using new speaking strategies. Make
significant progress toward fluency. $145 includes
$72 fee.
Prerequisite: LAN 349 Speed Spanish.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Tu
7-9 pm
Prerequisite: LAN 331 Basic German and LAN 354 Basic
German 2.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Speed French
Sample the Russian language. Learn simple sentences,
pronunciation, phrases and basic vocabulary that will
help you greet people, obtain directions and order
meals. $86 includes $16 fee.
Basic Russian 2
Conversational German
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
LGA 366
Basic Russian
LAN 357
LAN 355
Beginning Arabic 1
LAN 371
Sec. 301 10 sessions
Arnold campus
Tu
7-9 pm
June 28-Aug. 30 Nathalie Davis-Haslbeck
GERMAN
LAN 302
Sec. 301 10 sessions
TuTh
7-9 pm
Beginning French 1
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Dan Mikels
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Dan Mikels
W O R L D L A N G UAG E S • W R I T E R S ' W O R K S H O P
WRITERS’ WORKSHOP
WRG 378
Master your ability to speak, understand and read
Spanish by taking the final installment in this unique
three-part Speed Spanish learning series. $145 includes
$72 fee.
Taught by professional, published authors, AACC’s
writing courses are designed for both amateurs
and professionals alike. For information, visit
www.aacc.edu/writing.
Improve your creative writing through expert advice
and in-depth, hands-on exercise. $100 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
BASIC SKILLS
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
DLC 328
WRI 315
Discover lucrative publishing opportunities on the
Internet. Explore Internet writing markets, current
marketing research, Internet trends, electronic
submission guidelines and online contracts. Write e-zine
articles, create a blog and put online advertising to
work. $100 includes $72 fee.
Master the essentials of writing. Learn the skills to excel
at business communications, online correspondence
and creative literary endeavors. $100 includes $72 fee.
Speed Spanish 3
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Dan Mikels
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Dan Mikels
Introduction to Internet Writing Markets
LAN 349
Speed Spanish
Learn six easy methods for combining Spanish words to
make conversational sentences. $145 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Dan Mikels
Dan Mikels
Dan Mikels
LGA 394
Advanced Spanish
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sharpen pronunciation and comprehension skills using
expressions that can be understood easily in meetings,
hotels, airports, train stations, restaurants and shops.
Includes authentic coaching for international business
and vacation travelers. $147 includes $7 fee.
DLC 344
Sec. 301 10 sessions
W
6:30-8:45 pm
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Prerequisite: LGA 363 Conversational Spanish or permission
from the instructor.
Arnold campus
June 15-Aug. 3
Linda Paez
LGE 320
Beginning Spanish 2
Continue building Spanish grammar, sentences and
vocabulary skills. Learn phrases, idiomatic expressions
and the ability to ask and answer questions. Discuss
reading and translations. Textbook information available
at AACC Bookstore. $167 includes $7 fee.
Prerequisite: LGE 380 Beginning Spanish 1.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
TuTh
6:45-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 12-Aug. 11
Linda Paez
LGA 363
Conversational Spanish
Continue building on the skills gained in Spanish 1 or
2. Start with brief sentences and work up to short
dialogues in a relaxing and fun atmosphere. $147
includes $7 fee.
Prerequisite: Previous Spanish instruction.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
MW
1-3 pm
AMIL
July 11-Aug. 10
Margaret Hanna
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Linda Aksomitis
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Linda Aksomitis
Research Methods for Writers
Efficiently and effectively conduct research for fiction,
nonfiction, business, term papers and dissertations.
Learn how to identify and access numerous information
sources. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Jacquelyn Landis
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Jacquelyn Landis
WRG 364
The Keys to Effective Editing
Learn the fundamentals of top-notch editing of fiction
and nonfiction. Develop essential self-editing tools.
Explore how to edit for grammar, style and tone as
well as productive ways to interact with writers. $100
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 07131July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Jacquelyn Landis
WRG 365
Write Like a Pro
Under the guidance of a professional Hollywood
writer, learn how to use a story outline to “blueprint”
a structure for any story. Explore how to develop a
concept, theme, foundation, logical progression and
consistent style. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Steve Alcorn
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Steve Alcorn
Beginning Writer’s Skills
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Ann Linquist
Ann Linquist
Ann Linquist
Writing Essentials
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
LAN 314
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Ann Linquist
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Ann Linquist
WRI 327
Writeriffic-Creativity Training for Writers
Banish writer’s block with tricks from the published
writer’s toolbox. Writeriffic liberates the inventive bolts
of genius. Discover ways to unearth your writer’s voice.
$100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Eva Shaw
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Eva Shaw
WRG 390
Revisions: Editing Yourself
Learn techniques to gain and keep readers’ attention
while polishing manuscripts for grammar, punctuation
and proper formatting. Bring a story, draft or idea and
get feedback from the instructor. $49 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Tu
6:30-8 pm
Arnold campus
Aug. 9-30
Chelsea Harrison
WRITING GENRES
WRI 354
Writing for the Internet
Explore techniques for Internet writing. Examine
effective methods to write and edit a Web article, blog
post, social media post or business email. Compare
Internet writing with other forms of publishing. $77
includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
Tu
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 5
Kelsey Casselbury
DLC 317
Fundamentals of Technical Writing
Learn skills to succeed in the field of technical writing.
Explore technical writing conventions, interviewing
skills, documentation management, publishing and
formatting techniques. $127 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Janet Underwood
Janet Underwood
Janet Underwood
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WRITERS' WORKSHOP
WRG 347
WRG 384
Explore your thoughts, feelings, beliefs and values using
powerful journaling techniques. Learn how to ease the
stress of unwanted change and improve your physical
and emotional health. $100† includes $72 fee.
Explore the changing world of children’s literature and
understand the various formats, from babies’ first books
to novels for young adults. Learn the tools and resources
needed to create fiction or nonfiction books for children.
$100 includes $72 fee.
Explore advanced fiction writing techniques with a
published novelist. Review all the elements a writer
needs to create a successful manuscript, including story
structure, plot, character, dialogue, setting, suspense,
conflict, action and tense. $100 includes $72 fee.
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
DLC 329
Introduction to Journaling
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
THT 303
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Cheryl Simpson
Cheryl Simpson
Cheryl Simpson
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Carol Smalley
Carol Smalley
Carol Smalley
Advanced Fiction Writing
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Steve Alcorn
Steve Alcorn
Steve Alcorn
NEW
Introduction to Screenwriting
Learn all the elements for writing a script including how
to write a solid first draft with emphasis on structure,
character development and dialogue. Discuss marketing
and selling a screenplay. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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William Rabkin
William Rabkin
William Rabkin
WRG 337
The Craft of Magazine Writing
Turn dreams into bylines and move toward to a bright
future as a magazine writer. For determined new
writers, this class can help provide the skills needed to
get published. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Eva Shaw
WRG 361
WRG 385
Use vivid examples from today’s bestselling mystery
novels to learn the techniques you need to become
a successful author. Develop original story and then
brainstorm with the instructor and fellow students.
$100 includes $72 fee.
Learn how to create and distribute an inspirational
and professional autobiography for family, friends and
others. Discover how to share secrets and successes
and better understand yourself. $100 includes $72 fee.
Mystery Writing
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Steve Alcorn
Steve Alcorn
Steve Alcorn
Write Your Life Story
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Eva Shaw
Eva Shaw
Eva Shaw
WRI 310
Write and Publish a Nonfiction Book
WRG 363
Effective Business Writing
Identify and eliminate problem areas in writing. Learn
the secret for developing powerful and compelling
written documents. $100 includes $72 fee.
Learn how to plan, research, write, edit and publish
nonfiction works. Choose topics, write query letters and
pursue a variety of nontraditional publishing options.
$100 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Ann Linquist
Ann Linquist
Ann Linquist
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Lisa Adams
Lisa Adams
Lisa Adams
WRITERS' WORKSHOP
WRI 351
Explore the world for fun and profit as a travel writer.
Write about the exotic lands half a world away or
what’s happening in your own home or backyard.
Discover ways to sell your experiences in articles or in
travel books. $100 includes $72 fee.
Explore an overview of the genre including a look
at romance writing “classics.” Examine and outline
essential elements of romance writing, focusing on
reader interest. Identify reader profile. Review the
fundamentals of fiction writing. $100 includes $72 fee.
Travel Writing
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Eva Shaw
Eva Shaw
Eva Shaw
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Romance Writing
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Priscilla Kissinger
Priscilla Kissinger
Priscilla Kissinger
WRI 328
WRI 347
Develop a comprehensive set of skills to write young
adult fiction. Use a step-by-step method to examine
plot structure, create realistic teen dialogue and develop
exciting action scenes. Discuss best-selling books and
how get published. $100 includes $72 fee.
Develop the skills to write poetry. Define elements of
poetry using the works of current and past poets. Write
poems inspired by wide a variety of topics. Practice
critiquing techniques and outline publishing options.
$49 includes $7 fee.
Writing Young Adult Fiction
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Steve Alcorn
Steve Alcorn
Steve Alcorn
Discover Your Poetic Potential
Sec. 301 3 sessions
W
6:30-8:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 29-July 13
Chelsea Harrison
WRI 336
How to Make Money from Your Writing
Explore the essential elements for successful
publication. Analyze the strategies of successful writers.
Learn research and self-editing techniques. Discover
the wide variety of publishing opportunities. Discuss
the roles of agents and editors as well as legal issues to
consider. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Eva Shaw
Eva Shaw
Eva Shaw
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
PUBLISHING AND MARKETING
WRI 326
WRI 337
Publish and Sell Your E-Books
Outline steps to successfully publish an e-book. Explore
the history of the development of e-books, manuscript
editing, and organization and preparation for publishing.
Discuss publishing and marketing choices and the
essentials of the decision making process. $100 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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Linda Aksomitis
Linda Aksomitis
Linda Aksomitis
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BASIC EDUCATION
ADULT BASIC SKILLS (ABS)
ABS classes are designed for students who do not have
a high school diploma and need to review and improve
basic skills in math, science, social studies and reading
through language arts. Students in ABS classes may be
referred to the GED Ready™ practice test or the Math
Test Preparation class once qualifying scores have
been achieved.
To be eligible for FREE ABS classes, students must be 17
years or older and officially withdrawn from high school.
Call 410-777-1823 to schedule an appointment for an
orientation prior to starting class.
For information about Adult Basic Skills and the
Mathematical Reasoning for the GED® Test classes, visit
www.aacc.edu/basicskills or call 410-777-1823.
ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
MOUNT OLIVE COMMUNITY LIFE CENTER
2 Hicks Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT (GED)
SALES AND SERVICE TRAINING CENTER
AT ARUNDEL MILLS
7000 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover, MD 21076
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
6-8:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday
This practice test is an excellent predictor of your
readiness to take the GED® Test. Call 410-777-1823
for information.
STANTON COMMUNITY CENTER
92 W. Washington St., Annapolis, MD 21401
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday
GLEN BURNIE TOWN CENTER,
ARUNDEL CENTER NORTH
101 Crain Highway N., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
6-8:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
MATHEMATICAL REASONING
FOR THE GED® TEST
This math class is specifically designed to review math
skills needed for the GED® test. Topics include algebra,
geometry, strategies for test taking, and important
information on post-secondary education and career
options.
These classes are funded by a grant from Maryland
Literacy Works and the U.S. Department
of Education.
I-PATHWAYS
Are you a self-motivated, independent learner? Do
you need a flexible schedule that allows you to study
anytime? Do you have regular access to the Internet?
If you answered yes to these three questions, call
410-777-1823 and ask about I-Pathways. To determine
eligibility, students must attend an orientation session.
(for non-native speakers of English)
6-8:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
The total cost of this project is $551,173 of which 45 percent
($246,494) is funded through the U.S. Department of Education,
35 percent ($194,444) is funded through the state of Maryland
Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation and 20 percent
($110,235) is supported by Anne Arundel Community College.
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CO L L E G E P R E PA R AT I O N
COLLEGE PREPARATION
SKL 343
GENERAL COLLEGE PREPARATION
Improve algebra problem-solving skills and learn
how algebra applies to many aspects of daily life.
Through study that integrates algebra with other
disciplines, prepare for the college SAT exam and for the
mathematics entrance exam at AACC. $100 includes
$72 fee.
SKL 328
Math Placement Test Preparation
Program designed for students seeking to retake the
community college math placement test. Emphasis is
on fast-paced intensive review of algebra. Topics include
algebraic fractions, linear and quadratic equations,
radicals, roots and more. CEUs issued. $51 includes
$7 fee.
Prerequisite: Students must take college placement
test first at testing center. Prior knowlege of algebra 1
and 2 required.
Note: One hundred percent attendance required of students
seeking to retake the college placement test.
Arnold campus
June 6-9
Sharon K. Jollie
Arnold campus
June 6-9
Sharon K. Jollie
Arnold campus
June 13-16
Richard Haas
AMIL
June 13-16
Deborah Webb
Arnold campus
June 20-23
John Cramer
Arnold campus
June 27-30
Andy Hilder
GBTC
June 27-30
Claudia Drumheller
Arnold campus
July 11-14
Richard Haas
Arnold campus
July 11-14
Richard Haas
Arnold campus
July 18-21
Andy Hilder
Arnold campus
July 25-28
Richard Haas
Arnold campus
July 25-28
Richard Haas
AMIL
July 25-28
Deborah Webb
Arnold campus
Aug. 1-4
Andy Hilder
Arnold campus
Aug. 8-11
Richard Haas
Arnold campus
Aug. 8-11
Richard Haas
GBTC
Aug. 8-11
Claudia Drumheller
Arnold campus
Aug. 15-18
John Cramer
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Sharon Daniels
Sharon Daniels
SAT/ACT Preparation: Verbal
Prepare for the critical reading and writing sections of
the SAT and the reading and science sections of the
ACT. Refresh your knowledge of verbal topics and learn
test-taking techniques. Textbook information available
at AACC Bookstore. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Students must purchase “The Official SAT Study Guide for the
New SAT” (College Board) 2009 edition recommended or the
“Real ACT Prep Guide” (Peterson’s).
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Prepare for the College Board’s 2016 SAT through
intensive, focused practice. Practice critical reading
and writing skills. Develop progressive vocabulary and
essay building. Review test taking strategies and time
management tips. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. $139 includes $7 fee.
Note: Take textbook to first session of class.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
M
6-9 pm
SKL 359
SKL 351
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Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
SAT/ACT Preparation: Quantitative
Refresh your knowledge of math topics and learn
test-taking techniques. Review arithmetic, algebra,
geometry, trigonometry and statistics as well as
strategies for answering the student-produced response
questions on the SAT. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. $100 includes $72 fee.
Prepare for the College Board’s 2016 SAT through
intensive, focused practice. Practice and review
concepts in algebra, geometry, logical problem solving,
statistics, algebra II and trigonometry. Review test
taking strategies and time management tips. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. $139 includes
$7 fee.
Note: Take textbook to first session of class.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
W
6-9 pm
Prepare for the college entrance ACT exam through
review and practice. Improve skills in algebra, geometry,
trigonometry, graph analysis, grammar, reading
comprehension and essay writing. $91 includes $7 fee.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
Note: Students must bring a copy of Barron’s 6 ACT
Practice Tests 2015 to each session.
SKL 334
Introduction to Statistics
Learn ways to visualize and measure relationships in
data as well as make forecasts and predictions. Use
a variety of real data to grasp the basics of statistical
inference and what it means to be statistically
significant. $100† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Ben Sellers
Ben Sellers
Patrick Heline
NEW
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
SKL 354
Arnold campus
July 13-Aug. 17
Comprehensive ACT Preparation
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Sa
9 am-noon
Su
9 am-noon
Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
Patrick Heline
NEW
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Students must purchase “The Official SAT Study Guide for the
New SAT” (College Board) 2009 edition recommended or the
“Real ACT Prep Guide” (Peterson’s).
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Arnold campus
July 11-Aug. 15
Comprehensive Math
Preparation for the SAT
SKL 360
SKL 352
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Comprehensive English
Preparation for the SAT
Arnold campus
July 16-24
Richard Haas
Comprehensive SAT Preparation
This intensive, comprehensive review and practice of
math and verbal skills prepares you to take the College
Board’s Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Practice skills,
work on progressive vocabulary and essay building with
review of test-taking strategies. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. $150† includes $77 fee.
Note: Students under 16 years of age must register for
YUH 861.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF1-4 pm
Arnold campus
July 25-29
Patrick Heline
SKL 355
Get Prepared - Algebra 1 Review
Tackle algebra head on! Focus and work on difficult
concepts to prepare for final exams. Address topics
specific to students’ needs. $150† includes $7 fee.
Note: Designed for students enrolled in Algebra 1.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-noon
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
Arnold campus
July 25-29
Patrick Heline
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Sec. 301 4 sessions
MTuWTh 10 am-noon
Sec. 302 4 sessions
MTuWTh 1-3 pm
Sec. 303 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 304 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 306 4 sessions
MTuWTh 1-3 pm
Sec. 307 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 308 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 309 4 sessions
MTuWTh 1-3 pm
Sec. 310 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 312 4 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-8:30 pm
Sec. 313 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 314 4 sessions
MTuWTh 5:30-7:30 pm
Sec. 315 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 316 4 sessions
MTuWTh 5:30-7:30 pm
Sec. 317 4 sessions
MTuWTh 10 am-noon
Sec. 318 4 sessions
MTuWTh 1-3 pm
Sec. 319 4 sessions
MTuWTh 3:30-5:30 pm
Sec. 320 4 sessions
MTuWTh 1-3 pm
SKL 358
Introduction to Algebra
CO L L E G E P R E PA R AT I O N • E N G L I S H A S A S E CO N D L A N G UAG E
SKL 362
OBS 508
NEW
GMAT Preparation
Life Skills Preparation
Learn the independent living and work skills needed to
succeed in education, career and life. Get organized and
reach for goals, from completing college applications
to keeping track of money and more. $138† includes
$27 fee.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-noon
SKL 357
Arnold campus
Aug. 1-5
Patrick Heline
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
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Lisa Hatch
NEW
Interview Skills for College and Beyond
DLC 320
Develop the skills to participate in interviews
confidently. Compare college and graduate school
interviews with job interviews. Improve communication
skills through body language and vocal intonation. Learn
to present a clear, focused, memorable message. $54
includes $12 fee.
GRE Preparation - Verbal and Analytical
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Arnold campus
Sa
9:30 am-12:30 pmAug. 6-13
Sec. 301 July 1-Sept. 30
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Madeline Austin
GRADUATE-LEVEL PREPARATION
DLC 321
GRE Preparation — Quantitative
BASIC EDUCATION
Prepare to take the Graduate Management Admission
Test (GMAT) with this comprehensive review. Learn
test-taking and time-saving techniques, along with
critical-thinking skills. Practice using real tests. CEUs
issued. $152 includes $72 fee.
Review math and learn techniques for tackling the
quantitative comparison, discrete quantitative and data
interpretation questions in the math section of the GRE.
Learn time-saving skills. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
DLC 332
LSAT Preparation - Part 1
Discuss law school entrance procedures, survival
techniques, test-taking skills, analytical reasoning and
drafting diagrams in this first course of a two-part
series. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
LSAT Preparation - Part 2
Discuss reading comprehension, logical reasoning,
techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers,
explanations of correct answers and proven approaches
for selecting the correct answer. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
ENGLISH AS A SECOND
LANGUAGE
AACC offers a comprehensive ESL program with a
variety of courses at the beginning, intermediate, high
intermediate, advanced and capstone levels. Courses
are designed to provide students with the English
language skills they need for success at work, in the
community or for academic purposes. For information,
call the ESL office 410-777-2901 or visit
www.aacc.edu/esl.
INFORMATION FOR
NEW STUDENTS
New students must:
Submit an application to the admissions office.
Take the ESL placement test.
Get advice about ESL courses.
Register for courses.
Pay tuition.
ESL PLACEMENT TEST
DLC 333
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Examine Graduate Record Examination questions
dealing with reading comprehension, analogies,
sentence completion, antonyms and logical and
analytical reasoning. $100 includes $72 fee.
Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
Scott Hatch
The ESL placement test is offered at the
following locations:
AACC at Arundel Mills
Testing Center Room 112
Call 410-777-1915 for testing hours.
Arnold campus
Testing Center, Student Union Building Room 240
Call 410-777-2375 for testing hours.
Glen Burnie Town Center
Testing Center Room 208
Call 410-777-2906 for testing hours.
Students must bring an official ID with a
photograph and signature to the testing center.
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
ESL ADVISING AND
REGISTRATION
Advising and registration services for ESL courses are
available at the following locations:
AACC at Arundel Mills
Student Services Center
8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday
Arnold campus
ESL Office, Johnson Building Room 206
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Student Services Center, First Floor
8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday
Fort Meade
Call 301-677-6421 for appointment
and location. Military ID required.
Glen Burnie Town Center,
Arundel Center North
Student Services, second floor
8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday
For information about ESL advising and registration, call
the ESL office 410-777-2901.
TUITION
Tuition costs include registration fees. Cash, check,
ATM, and American Express, Discover, Visa or
MasterCard accepted. For information, call the ESL office
at 410-777-2901.
ENGLISH BASIC SKILLS
The English Basic Skills courses are for students who are
just beginning to study English. These classes integrate
listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Students
develop English language skills for everyday life.
A grant from the state of Maryland allows the
college to offer English Basic Skills courses at no cost
to students who reside in Anne Arundel County. For
information, call the ESL office at
410-777-2901 or visit www.aacc.edu/esl.
AACC at Arundel Mills
7009 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover, MD 21076
8:30-11 a.m. Monday/Wednesday
8:30-11 a.m. Tuesday/Thursday
Brooklyn Park Senior Center
202 Hammonds Lane, Brooklyn Park, MD 21225
9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday
Glen Burnie Town Center,
Arundel Center North
101 Crain Highway N., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
9 a.m.-noon Monday-Thursday
2-4 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
6-8:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
9 a.m.-noon Saturday
E N G L I S H A S A S E CO N D L A N G UAG E
Lula Scott Community Center
1221 Bast Lane
Shady Side, MD 20764
9:30 a.m.-noon Monday/Wednesday
Maryland City/Russett Branch Library
3501 Russett Common, Laurel, MD 20724
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
Mount Olive Community Center
2 Hicks Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401
8:30-11:30 a.m. Monday through Thursday
6-8:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday
8:30-11:30 a.m. Friday
Odenton Regional Library
1325 Annapolis Road, Odenton, MD 21113
6-8:30 p.m. Monday/Wednesday
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC
PURPOSES
(45-hour classes)
U.S. citizens and permanent U.S. immigrants
who are:
Residents of Anne Arundel County: $247.
Residents of other Maryland counties: $257.
Residents of other states: $512.
Non U.S. citizens and nonimmigrants: $512.
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in English
for Academic Purposes, see pages 104-109.
ESL 311
Intermediate English Grammar
Review present, past and future tenses. Learn to express
ideas in the progressive, perfect and perfect progressive
tenses. Identify and use modals to express ability,
permission, requests and advice. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
TuTh
15 sessions
6-9 pm
20 sessions
9:15-11:30 am
AMIL 215
June 6-July 27
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
ESL 312
Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
Develop reading strategies to increase comprehension
of academic texts. Differentiate main ideas from
supporting details. Understand and retain more
vocabulary. Read longer text passages, articles and
short stories. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301 18 sessions
MWF
9-11:30 am
ESL 349
Review sentence structure and learn to write paragraphs.
Utilize a five-step writing process to produce four types
of paragraphs. Practice common grammatical structures
and build vocabulary. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Review paragraph structure and the five elements of
good writing. Produce academic paragraphs and essays
using a five-step writing process. Textbook information
available at AACC bookstore. CEUs issued.
Intermediate Writing
Sec. 301 20 sessions
TuTh
12:15-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
Intermediate Listening and Speaking
Learn to communicate in a variety of situations using
formal and informal grammar. Practice concrete,
conceptual and idiomatic language. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
TuTh
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 26
ESL 346
High Intermediate Listening and Speaking
Learn to communicate clearly through the correct
pronunciation and use of sounds, stress, rhythm
and intonation. Practice pronunciation with various
communicative activities. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
15 sessions
6-9 pm
18 sessions
noon-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 26
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
ESL 347
High Intermediate Grammar
Continue building grammar skills with present, past and
future verb tenses. Practice forming comparisons using
adjectives and adverbs. Expand proper usage of modals,
nouns, quantifiers and articles. Begin the study of
gerunds and infinitives. Textbook information available
at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 301 20 sessions
TuTh
12:15-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
ESL 321
ESL 319
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
High Intermediate Writing
15 sessions
6-9 pm
20 sessions
9:15 am-11:30 pm
AMIL
June 6-July 27
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
Review all verb tenses. Practice forming adjective
clauses in written and spoken English. Use modals
and passive voice accurately. Review and expand
understanding of noun functions. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
TuTh
15 sessions
6-9 pm
20 sessions
9:15-11:30 am
AMIL
June 6-July 27
Arnold campus
June 6-Aug. 11
ESL 322
Advanced Reading and Vocabulary
Expand reading strategies to improve comprehension
of longer academic texts, poetry, short stories and
novels. Compare and contrast literary texts and
analyze narratives. Evaluate and summarize academic
sources. Develop an annotated bibliography. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301 18 sessions
MWF
9-11:30 am
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
ESL 331
Advanced Writing
Review paragraph and essay structure. Use a fivestep writing process to produce academic essays.
Practice summarizing and paraphrasing information
from outside sources. Learn to compare literary texts
in an essay. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
TuTh
12:15-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
ESL 332
ESL 348
High Intermediate Reading
Use reading and critical thinking skills to improve
comprehension of academic texts, poetry, short stories
and abridged novels. Develop proficiency in note
taking skills. Improve reading rate and fluency. Expand
academic vocabulary. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301 18 sessions
MWF
9-11:30 am
Advanced English Grammar
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
Advanced Listening and Speaking
Expand listening and speaking skills for academic
purposes. Develop intonation using proper stress and
rhythm. Practice difficult vowel and consonant sounds
to improve pronunciation. Employ active listening skills
to comprehend longer passages. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
15 sessions
6-9 pm
18 sessions
noon-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 26
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
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BASIC EDUCATION
AACC has designed this program in order to effectively
transition ESL students into college credit courses. All
students will be placed into the program based on
their LOEP placement scores and writing samples. For
information, call the ESL office at 410-777-2901 or visit
www.aacc.edu/esl.
ESL 318
E N G L I S H A S A S E CO N D L A N G UAG E
ESL 387
INTERACTIVE ENGLISH
ELL 381
Master the complex grammatical structures used in
effective college-level work. Accurately use verb forms,
conditionals, passive voice and adjective, adverb and
noun clauses in academic writing. Use direct and
indirect speech to report, summarize and paraphrase
information. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued.
ESL 373 b
Receive an orientation to English Basic Skills (EBS)
classrooms and teaching. Observe, interact with and
participate in an EBS classroom under the supervision
of an experienced instructor. CEUs issued. $157 includes
$7 fee.
Capstone: Grammar
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 303
Sec. 302
MWF
15 sessions
6-9 pm
20 sessions
9:15-11:30 am
June 7-Aug. 11
18 sessions
noon-2:30 pm
AMIL
June 6-July 27
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
ONLN WB
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
Capstone:
Academic Speech and Presentations
BASIC EDUCATION
Interactive English for
Advanced Students 1A
Develop upper-level language skills. Practice vocabulary
building, effective reading and writing, and strategies
for listening and speaking. Engage in interactive
activities while exploring a variety of contemporary
topics. Strengthen grammar skills. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
Prerequisite: ESL 380 Introduction to Teaching ESL or
permission of department chair. This course does not certify
participants to teach ESL in Anne Arundel County Public
Schools. For registration and to establish a schedule call
410-777-2901.
Note: Students must register by July 1 to establish a
schedule. There is a mandatory orientation on July 15.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
Sec. 301 5 sessions
F
9-11 am
Arnold campus
June 1-July 6
ESL 374 b
ESL 396
Prepare for college academic work by honing listening,
note-taking, discussion and pronunciation skills. Use
technology to enhance presentations. Practice various
rhetorical styles, advanced grammar and vocabulary.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued.
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
ESL Teacher Practicum
15 sessions
6-9 pm
18 sessions
noon-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-July 26
Arnold campus
July 6-Aug. 15
ESL 398
Capstone: Reading and Vocabulary
ESL 399
Capstone: Academic Writing
Use a five-step writing process to produce college-level
essays. Build skills in analyzing literature and writing
reaction papers. Edit writing assignments for correct
grammar and sentence structure. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
TuTh
12:15-2:30 pm
Arnold campus
June 7-Aug. 11
ESL 382
Interactive English for
Advanced Students 1B
Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary
Enhance advanced language skills. Expand vocabulary.
Practice using complex grammar structures. Develop
critical thinking skills. Gain confidence in oral and
written communication through contemporary texts,
videos, podcasts and movies. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
July 11-Aug. 10
Discover a precise and effective way to help students
learn English vocabulary. Explore different types of
vocabulary and ways to assess students’ vocabulary
knowledge. Discuss learning strategies that help
students build their academic and technical vocabulary.
CEUs issued. $150 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 302 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Paul Nation
Paul Nation
Paul Nation
ESL TEACHER TRAINING
ESL 383
For information regarding a CEWD program
certificate in Introduction Teaching ESL Teaching ESL,
see pages 104-109.
Examine grammar as a 3-D process that is useful in
bringing coherence, cohesion and texture to writing and
speech. Explore the definitions of grammar, differences
between patterns and rules, and how to help students
overcome grammar challenges. CEUs issued. $150
includes $72 fee.
ESL 380
Introduction to Teaching ESL
Prepare to teach ESL students in academic, community
and workplace settings. Learn the theory of the
communicative language teaching approach and its
application to second-language teaching and learning.
Discuss language skills, assessment and classroom
management. Create a portfolio including lesson plans,
list of ESL resources and classroom activities. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$247 includes $7 fee.
Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 111 Composition and
Introduction to Literature 1 or permission of department chair.
Note: This course does not certify participants to teach ESL
in Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
MTuWTh 9 am-4 pm
60
Arnold campus
July 15-Aug. 12
Arnold campus
July 11-21
Elise Couper
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO Diane Larsen-Freeman
ONLN EDGO Diane Larsen-Freeman
ONLN EDGO Diane Larsen-Freeman
ESL 384
Teaching ESL/EFL Reading
Discover practical techniques and methods for teaching
reading in any ESL or EFL environment. Explore effective
strategies for intensive and extensive reading and
improving reading comprehension and rate. Learn about
assessment options. CEUs issued. $150 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Neil Anderson
Neil Anderson
Neil Anderson
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
ACCOUNTING AND
BOOKKEEPING
For information regarding a CEWD certificate
in Accounting Principles Using Technology, see
pages 104-109.
ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS
OBS 500
Accounting Fundamentals
Learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial
reporting, and how to analyze and record financial
transactions. Discuss accounts receivable, accounts
payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes and common
banking activities. CEUs issued. $152 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Charlene Messier
Charlene Messier
Charlene Messier
OBS 501
Accounting Fundamentals 2
Continue to build corporate accounting knowledge.
Learn to analyze transactions, prepare financial reports
and gain practical experience working with dividends,
assets, depreciation and more. CEUs issued. $152
includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: OBS 500 Accounting Fundamentals.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Charlene Messier
Charlene Messier
Charlene Messier
BUSINESS EDUCATION
BNS 552
MGM 503
Learn the fundamentals of business law, ethics and
operations management. Determine how to recruit,
evaluate, select and train team members. CEUs issued.
$116 includes $72 fee.
Motivate and delegate with purpose. Develop problem
solving tactics and learn how to resolve conflicts in the
workplace. CEUs issued. $152 includes $72 fee.
Administrative Assistant Applications
Prerequisite: BNS 551 Administrative Assistant
Fundamentals or equivalent experience.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CAPÆ exam not included.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
MANAGEMENT AND
SUPERVISION
ONLN EDGO
Patricia Adesso
BIS 566
Negotiation: Get What You Want
Learn how to plan, implement and win the bargaining
process. Discover how to prioritize needs and clarify
requests. Develop the skills to improve relationships,
grow a business network and save time. Gain
confidence and increase success. CEUs issued. $202
includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network Inc.(LERN).
Learn practical, insightful methods for effective
delegation, performance management and
performance reviews. Discuss the supervisor’s role
and responsibilities, and strategies for improving
effectiveness and leadership. CEUs issued. $402
includes $205 fee.
Sec. 301 July 5-29
Supervisory and Leadership
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 1-July 24
ONLN LERN
Sally Klauss
BIS 551
Management Boot Camp
Supervisors, managers and emerging leaders improve
management skills. Discover the keys for effectively
managing employees. Find out how to create clear
expectations, engage and motivate employees,
and increase effectiveness through use of the DiSC
personality profile (included). CEUs issued. $302
includes $155 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network Inc.(LERN).
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
BIS 569
BNS 551
Learn how to analyze data in a business setting.
Increase business productivity by analyzing collected
data to determine trends and make predications. CEUs
issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Master the essentials of managerial and staff support,
information and records management, communications
technology, travel and meeting coordination, space
planning and office ergonomics. CEUs issued. $116
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
BNS 579
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in
Administrative Professional and Management
Professional Development, see pages 104-109.
Administrative Assistant Fundamentals
Fundamentals of Supervision
and Management
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
Sally Klauss
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
John Rutledge
Julia Tamang
MARKETING
BIS 564
Introduction to Inbound Marketing
Discover how to attract customers to a website and
what kind of content to share. Learn how to use landing
pages and forms to collect names and email addresses.
Discuss how to implement lead-nurturing campaigns
that result in sales. CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
Suzanne Kart
BIS 584
Podcasting
Gain practical experience producing a podcast. Learn
how to maximize business marketing and make money
from a podcast. CEUs issued. $252 includes $130 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
Introduction to Data Analysis
ONLN LERN
ONLN LERN
Travis Allison
BNS 582
Online Advertising
Analyze the components of effective online advertising.
Examine pay-per-click advertising with Google AdWord.
Learn how to test low budget AdWord campaigns that
target local audiences. Explore Facebook advertising
and how to determine target demographics and
numbers. CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CAP® exam not included.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
ONLN LERN
Dan Belhassen
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B U S I N E S S E D U C AT I O N
BIS 563
BNS 517
OCC 386
Discover ways to identify an ideal audience and speak
their language. Learn how to create content that is
engaging and purposeful. Develop a website content
marketing strategy that exceeds the needs of visitors.
CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Continue to prepare for the Project Management
Institute’s PMP Certification exam by mastering
chapters seven through 12 of “A Guide to the Project
Management Body of Knowledge” (PMBOK Guide).
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $182 includes $87 fee.
Learn how to start and run a successful gift basket
business. Develop a pricing strategy, identify customers
and build a website. Examine guidelines for creating a
professionally styled basket. $100† includes $72 fee.
Content Marketing
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Michael Weiss
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
PMBOK Guide required.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
BNS 513
START YOUR OWN BUSINESS
Learn the difference between project management and
general management, role of the project manager and
the project team. Explore project phases, effective use
of project management resources and references. CEUs
issued. $152 includes $72 fee.
BIS 505
Project Management Fundamentals
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
BNS 514
Project Management Applications
Continue studies, focusing on how the areas of
planning and controlling the project relate to the
project manager’s job. Learn about the starts of project
execution and project closure within the project
management cycle. CEUs issued. $152 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
BNS 516
PMP Certification Prep 1
Prepare for the Project Management Institute’s
prestigious PMP Certification exam. Master the first six
chapters of “A Guide to the Project Management Body
of Knowledge” (PMBOK Guide), the most essential
resource for the exam. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $182 includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
PMBOK Guide required.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
PMP Certification Prep 2
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Entrepreneur Boot Camp
Identify the characteristics, knowledge and skills needed
to become a successful entrepreneur. Develop goals
and a plan to establish your business. Learn techniques
to successfully manage a new business. CEUs issued.
$202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
Conrad Law
BNS 526
Smart Start Your Business
Learn how to establish a legal and licensed business.
Find out how to keep proper business records and find
funding. CEUs issued. $62† includes $40 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with the Maryland Small
Business and Technology Development Center-Central
Maryland.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
Tu
Sec. 303
Tu
1 session
4-7 pm
1 session
4-7 pm
1 session
4-7 pm
Arnold campus
June 14
GBTC
July 12
Arnold campus
Aug. 9
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Shirley Frazier
Shirley Frazier
Shirley Frazier
PET 316
Start a Pet Sitting Business
Learn the essentials of starting a pet sitting business
including basic dog and cat nutrition, exercise, first aid
and how to handle home visits. Explore finances, start
up costs, accounting, fee-setting, business plans and
low-cost marketing. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Jeff Grognet
Jeff Grognet
Jeff Grognet
BIS 547
The Business Plan
Discover the basics of the entrepreneurial planning
process culminating in the development of an earlystage business plan. Prepare a business concept, build a
plan and evaluate a business for feasibility. CEUs issued.
$202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resource Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Mary Izard
Maximizing Cash Flow in Business
Starting Your Own Consulting Practice
Explore skills assessment, pricing, contracting and
marketing. Learn about business resources to help
you establish and operate a consulting practice. CEUs
issued. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
BIS 576
BNS 504
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Start Your Own Gift Basket Business
William Flood
Discover how to maximize cash flow. Learn the
importance of cash. Examine roles in cash flow success.
Consider cash management ideas to improve cash flow
through improved business activities. CEUs issued.
$202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN EDGO
Jodie Trana
DLC 350
Start Your Own Small Business
Learn how to take your dream of starting a business and
put it into action. Learn about startup options, proven
marketing techniques, unique financing options and
easy employee-management tips. CEUs issued. $116
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 July 13-Sept. 2
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W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
ONLN EDGO
Kris Solice-Johnson
C A R E E R E X P LO R AT I O N • C A S I N O A N D G A M I N G I N D U S T RY
CAREER EXPLORATION
HTH 587
Explore A Career in Medical Coding
Take your first step toward a career as a medical coder.
Learn how to use the Coding Procedural Terminology
(CPT) Manual and the ICD-9-CM to find medical
codes for any disease, condition, treatment or surgical
procedure. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go. Call
410-777-2970 for textbook information.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Jennifer Della’zanna
Jennifer Della’zanna
Jennifer Della’zanna
HTH 589
Explore a Career as an
Administrative Medical Assistant
Learn all about the in-demand career of medical
information management as you explore the job of an
administrative medical assistant in a doctor’s office,
from appointment scheduling and chart creation to
medical billing and coding. CEUs issued. $116 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
HIC 536
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Carline Dalgleish
Carline Dalgleish
CASINO AND GAMING
INDUSTRY
COO 366
Introduction to Casino Games
Learn the basic concepts and procedures for dealing
the table games blackjack, craps, roulette, minibaccarat,
pai gow poker and pai gow tiles. Review licensing
requirements, casino chain of command and customer
service. Supplies available at the AMIL Bookstore. CEUs
issued. $172 includes $17 fee.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, buttondown shirt, black dress pants and black, closed-toe shoes
recommended. Online Dealer School Orientation video
recommended, www.aacc.edu/hcat/dealerschool.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 302 5 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 303 5 sessions
MTuWThF1-5 pm
Sec. 304 5 sessions
MTuWThF7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 305 5 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 306 5 sessions
MTuWThF1-5 pm
Sec. 307 5 sessions
MTuWThF7:30-11:30 am
AMIL 003
June 13-17
AMIL 003
June 13-20
AMIL 003
June 27-July 1
AMIL 003
July 25-29
AMIL 003
July 25-Aug. 1
AMIL 003
Aug. 1-5
AMIL 003
Aug. 29-Sept. 2
NEW
Explore a Career in Nursing
COO 370 b
Learn what it takes to become an LPN or RN. Discover
the opportunities available in the nursing field. CEUs
issued. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 July 13-Sept. 2
ONLN EDGO
Phyllis Suhr
HNS 511
Explore a Career in Medical Writing
Gain the foundation to work as a medical writer,
whether as permanent employment with a company or
as a freelancer. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 July 13-Sept. 2
ONLN EDGO
Christina Loguidice
Casino Blackjack Dealer
Learn the fundamentals of blackjack. Review table
layout, chip handling and game procedures. Practice
hands-on techniques for dealing and controlling the
game. Discuss the importance of good customer service
skills. Supplies available at the AMIL Bookstore. CEUs
issued. $677 includes $17 fee.
Prerequisite: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button-down
shirt, black dress pants and black, closed-toe shoes. Digital
badge class. For information about digital badges visit
www.aacc.edu/badges.
AMIL 018
June 1-July 6
AMIL 018
June 20-July 28
AMIL 018
June 27-Aug. 4
AMIL 018
July 5-Aug. 4
AMIL 018
Aug. 1-Sept. 1
AMIL 018
Aug. 8-Sept. 15
AMIL 018
Aug. 8-Sept. 15
Carnival Games Dealer
Learn the fundamentals of three- and four-card poker,
ultimate Texas Hold ‘em, Mississippi stud and let it
ride. Review table layout, chip handling and game
procedures. Practice hands-on techniques for dealing
and game control. Discuss the importance of good
customer service. CEUs issued. $413 includes $17 fee.
Prerequisite: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button down
shirt, black dress pants and black closed-toe shoes.
Sec. 301 12 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 302 12 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 303 12 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 304 12 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 305 12 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 306 12 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
AMIL 004
June 20-July 11
AMIL 004
June 27-July 18
AMIL 004
July 11-28
AMIL 004
Aug. 1-18
AMIL 005
Aug. 8-25
AMIL 004
Aug. 8-25
COO 397 b
Minibaccarat Dealer
Learn the fundamentals of minibaccarat. Review table
layout, chip handling and game procedures. Practice
hands-on techniques to deal and control the game.
Discuss the importance of good customer service skills.
Supplies available at the AMIL Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$347 includes $17 fee.
Prerequisite: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button-down
shirt, black dress pants and black, closed-toe shoes. Digital
badge class. For information about digital badges visit
www.aacc.edu/badges.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 302 10 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 303 10 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 304 10 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 305 10 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 306 10 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 307 10 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 308 10 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
AMIL 004
June 8-23
AMIL 004
June 13-28
AMIL 004
July 13-28
AMIL 004
July 20-Aug. 4
AMIL 004
Aug. 1-16
AMIL 004
Aug. 22-Sept. 7
AMIL 004
Aug. 29-Sept. 14
AMIL 004
Aug. 29-Sept. 14
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sec. 301 20 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 302 20 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 303 20 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 304 20 sessions
MTuWThF1-5 pm
Sec. 305 20 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 306 20 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 307 20 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
CLI 356 b
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C A S I N O A N D G A M I N G I N D U S T RY
PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT
CLI 302
AND BECOME A CASINO GAMES
DEALER IN AS LITTLE AS 11 WEEKS.
Learn the fundamentals of additional poker games.
Review table layout, chip handling and game
procedures. Practice hands-on techniques for dealing
and controlling the game. Gain an understanding of
the importance of good customer service skills. CEUs
issued. $347 includes $17 fee. Prerequisites: COO 366
Introduction to Casino Games or current dealer license
and COO 385 Casino Poker Dealer.
Advanced Casino Poker Dealer
Get certified in dealing blackjack, craps,
roulette, minibaccarat and carnival games and
more. Earn up to $50,000 a year!
www.aacc.edu/hcat/dealerschool
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button down
shirt, black dress pants and black, closed-toe shoes.
410-777-2398
Sec. 301 10 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 302 10 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 303 10 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
COO 373
COO 371
Learn the fundamentals of roulette. Review table layout,
chip handling and game procedures. Practice hands-on
techniques to deal the game. Discuss the importance of
good customer service skills. Supplies available at the
AMIL Bookstore. CEUs issued. $677 includes $17 fee.
Learn the fundamentals of pai gow poker. Review table
layout, chip handling and game procedures. Practice
hands-on techniques to deal and control the game.
Discuss the importance of good customer service skills.
CEUs issued. $182 includes $17 fee.
Casino Roulette Dealer
Prerequisite: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button-down
shirt, black dress pants and black, closed-toe shoes.
Prerequisite: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button-down
shirt, black pants and black, closed-toe shoes.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 302 20 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 303 20 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
Sec. 304 20 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 302 5 sessions
MTuWThF7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 303 5 sessions
MTuWThF1-5 pm
AMIL 018
June 13-July 21
AMIL 018
June 20-July 28
AMIL 018
June 27-Aug. 4
AMIL 018
July 25-Aug. 25
Casino Craps Dealer
Learn advanced dealing for craps. Review table layout,
chip handling and game procedures. Practice hands-on
techniques to deal the game. Discuss the importance of
good customer service skills. Supplies available at the
AMIL Bookstore. CEUs issued. $677 includes $17 fee.
Prerequisites: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license and COO 374 Introduction to Craps.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button-down
shirt, black dress pants and black closed-toe shoes.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 302 20 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 303 20 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
AMIL 004
June 6-10
AMIL 004
Aug. 22-26
AMIL 004
Aug. 22-26
COO 385
Casino Poker Dealer
COO 367
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Casino Pai Gow Poker Dealer
AMIL 018
June 20-July 28
AMIL 018
June 20-July 28
AMIL 018
June 20-July 28
Learn the fundamentals of poker. Review table layout,
chip handling and game procedures. Practice handson techniques for dealing and controlling the game.
Discuss the importance of good customer service skills.
Supplies available at the AMIL Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$677 includes $17 fee.
Prerequisite: COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license.
Note: Students are required to wear a white, button-down
shirt, black dress pants and black, closed-toe shoes.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
MTuWTh 1-5 pm
Sec. 302 20 sessions
MTuWTh 7:30-11:30 am
Sec. 303 20 sessions
MTuWTh 6:30-10:30 pm
AMIL 005
June 6-July 14
AMIL 005
June 20-July 28
AMIL 005
June 27-Aug. 4
LEARN TO PLAY
CLI 348
Learn to Play Blackjack
Develop a clear understanding of blackjack. Learn the
basic rules, terminology, a variety of bets and basic
strategy. Practice playing on a casino-quality table with
real cards, chips and casino equipment. $36† includes
$12 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
1-3 pm
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
AMIL 018
June 11
CLI 349
Learn to Play Roulette
Develop a clear understanding of roulette. Learn the
basic rules, terminology, variety of bets and payouts.
Practice on a casino-quality table with a full-size
roulette wheel, chips and casino equipment. $36†
includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
1-3 pm
AMIL 018
June 25
CLI 351
Learn to Play Poker
Develop a clear understanding of poker. Learn the basic
rules, game variations, terminology, variety of bets and
payouts. Practice on a casino-quality table with chips
and casino equipment. $36† includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
1-3 pm
AMIL 005
July 16
CLI 350
Learn to Play Craps
Develop a clear understanding of craps. Learn basic
rules, table etiquette, terminology, variety of bets and
payouts. Practice on a casino-style table with chips,
dice and casino equipment. $36† includes $12 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
1-3 pm
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AMIL 005
July 18-Aug. 2
AMIL 005
Aug. 1-16
AMIL 005
Aug. 8-23
AMIL 018
Aug. 20
CHILD CARE TRAINING
CHILD CARE TRAINING
ECT 306
AACC’s Teacher Education and Child Care (TEACH)
Institute provides comprehensive child care training
services including certification courses, continuing
education, on-site training, conferences, consultation,
a speaker’s bureau and advocacy. For information call
410-777-2915 or visit www.aacc.edu/teach.
Study the principles of children’s learning, learning
environments for young children and activities from
birth through age 6. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $285 includes $15 fee.
To receive continuing education units (CEUs) students
must attend 100 percent of the classes and receive at
least 75 percent on assessment.
AACC’s child care courses meet the Maryland Child Care
Credential requirements established by the Maryland
State Department of Education (MSDE) Office of
Child Care. Each class has a content area code that
corresponds to the Core of Knowledge requirements.
The codes are:
C - Curriculum
D - Child development
H - Health, safety and nutrition
L - Community
P - Professionalism
S - Special needs
For information on the credentialing program and
specific education requirements for each credential level,
contact the MSDE Office of Child Care at
410-767-7852. For additional child care classes call
Arundel Child Care Connections at 410-222-1712.
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in
Lead Teacher 90-Hour Preschool Child Care, Child
Development Associate, Family Child Care Provider and
Nanny/Au Pair, see pages 104-109.
PRE-SERVICE TRAINING
ECT 305
Child Growth and Development
Study children’s growth and development from birth
through adolescence. Gain an introduction to the child
care profession and children’s social, emotional, physical
and intellectual development. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $285
includes $15 fee.
Note: Perfect attendance required.
8 sessions
AMIL
9 am-4 pm
June 4-July 30
June 27-Sept. 19 ONLN HYBR
6:30-9 pm
6:30-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 28-Aug. 25
8 sessions
9 am-4 pm
18 sessions
6:30-9 pm
18 sessions
6:30-9 pm
GBTC
June 4-July 30
Arnold campus
June 13-Aug. 10
AMIL
June 29-Sept. 28 Michele Hall
Note: Section 303 is a hybrid section with mandatory meeting dates on
June 29, July 27, Aug. 24 and Sept. 14, 6:30-9 p.m. at AMIL.
ECT 328
Methods and Materials:
Infants and Toddlers
Study the young child’s physical, emotional, social
and cognitive growth. Learn curriculum planning, goal
setting and selection of age-appropriate materials
and methods. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $285 includes $15 fee.
Note: Perfect attendance required. Successful completion
of CDA or ECT 305 Child Growth and Development and ECT
328 Methods and Materials: Infants and Toddlers meet state
requirements for teachers in infant care.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
Sa
9 am-4 pm
Arnold campus
June 4-July 30
ECT 370
Methods and Materials: School-Age Child
Discuss curriculum development for school-age
children. Learn communication skills, classroom
management and development of a positive selfconcept. Examine activities promoting optimum
development in the after-school setting. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$285 includes $15 fee.
Note: Meets the Office of Child Care requirements in
regulations that group leaders have 45 hours of curriculum
training. Perfect attendance required. Successful completion of
CDA or ECT 305 Child Growth and Development and
ECT 370 Methods and Materials: School-Age Child meet state
requirements for teachers in school-age programs.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
Sa
9 am-4 pm
DYC 399
GBTC
June 4-July 30
Learn how to communicate better with parents in
center and family child care settings. Gain strategies for
handling paperwork as well as difficult conversations.
CEUs issued. $90 includes $12 fee.
Note: Perfect attendance required. Meets the Maryland
Department of Education Office of Child Care training
regulations for all teachers and directors of child care centers.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
Th
6:30-9:45 pm
Arnold campus
June 9-23
CONTENT AREA: D
Module 1 Family Child Care Preservice
Training: Child Development
Child Development Discover the theories and
research regarding child development. Examine brain
development during gestation and the importance of
play in a developmentally appropriate environment.
CEUs issued. $45 includes $7 fee.
Note: Online course. Fulfills the MSDE/OCC training
requirements for family providers.
Sec. 301 July 11-14
CDA 322
ONLN WB
Taryn Carter
CONTENT AREA: C
Module 2 Family Child Care
Preservice Training: Curriculum
Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans
following basic curriculum guidelines for multiage
grouping. Identify important content areas and learning
standards. CEUs issued. $45 includes $7 fee.
Note: Online course. Fulfills the MSDE/OCC training
requirements for family providers.
Sec. 301 July 14-17
CDA 323
ONLN WB
Taryn Carter
CONTENT AREA: H
Module 3 Family Child Care Preservice
Training: Health, Safety and Nutrition
Create health and safety policies that are practical and
promote best practices. Explore the USDA MY Plate
and practice menu planning. Design environments that
foster child safety. CEUs issued. $45 includes $7 fee.
Note: Online course. Fulfills the MSDE/OCC training
requirements for family providers.
Sec. 301 July 18-21
CDA 324
ONLN WB
Taryn Carter
CONTENT AREA: S
Module 4 Family Child Care Preservice
Training: Special Needs
Special Needs Learn to create an inclusive environment
and build relationships with families of special needs
children. Discover how the Americans with Disabilities
Act affects your family child care business. CEUs issued.
$45 includes $7 fee.
Note: Online course. Fulfills the MSDE/OCC training
requirements for family providers.
Sec. 301 July 21-24
CDA 325
CONTENT AREAS: P,L
Communication Skills
for Child Care Professionals
Note: Section 302 is a hybrid clas with mandatory meeting dates on
June 27 and Sept. 12, 6:30-9 p.m. at AMIL.
Sec. 301 18 sessions
TuTh
6:30-9 pm
Note: Perfect attendance required.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
MW
Sec. 303
W
CDA 321
ONLN WB
Taryn Carter
CONTENT AREA: P
Module 5 Family Child Care Preservice
Training: Professionalism
Discover the importance of supervision, policies,
handbooks and contracts. Learn practices for
establishing a professional and trustworthy environment
that meets Maryland Office of Child Care regulations.
CEUs issued. $45 includes $7 fee.
Note: Online course. Fulfills the MSDE/OCC training
requirements for family providers.
Sec. 301 July 25-28
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
ONLN WB
Taryn Carter
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sec. 303
Sa
Sec. 302
M
M
Methods and Materials: Early Childhood
C H I L D C A R E T R A I N I N G • CO N S T R U C T I O N
CUSTOMIZED
STAFF TRAINING
Pick the topic that meets the needs of your staff
or family child care situation. AACC instructors can
bring the class to your site at a time convenient
for you, whether it's during the day, evening or on
weekends. CEUs awarded. Call Child Care Training
at 410-777-2915.
CDA 326
CONTENT AREA: L
Module 6 Family Child Care
Preservice Training: Community
Identify areas in your neighborhood that can maximize
your business potential. Reach out to groups to build
relationships that strengthen your position and create
smaller communities that can provide enrichment
opportunities for children. CEUs issued. $45 includes
$7 fee.
Note: Online course. Fulfills the MSDE/OCC training
requirements for family providers.
Sec. 301 July 28-31
ONLN WB
CONTENT AREA: L
Building Healthy
Relationships with Parents
Learn how to build healthy and positive relationships
with parents. Discover how to create a parent-friendly
environment that shows how much parents are valued.
CEUs issued. $37 includes $7 fee.
Note: Perfect attendance required.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-12:15 pm
DYC 321
AMIL
June 4
CONTENT AREA: D
Proactive Behavior Guidance
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Develop proactive skills for encouraging positive
behavior in young children. Explore the importance of
room and center setup, consistency, effective guidance
strategies and the use of positive reinforcement. CEUs
issued. $37 includes $7 fee.
Note: Perfect attendace required.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
1-4:15 pm
DYC 361
AMIL
June 4
CONTENT AREA: L
Effective Communication
with Parents and Children
Nutrition, Fitness and Fun
for Young Children
Review the latest USDA food and activity guidelines
and Maryland food service and accident prevention
regulations for child care settings. Learn to plan fun
lessons and activities that teach children about food,
fitness and safety. CEUs issued. $39 includes $9 fee.
Note: Perfect attendance required.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-noon
AMIL
June 11
Note: Online, self-paced course. Offered in partnership with
Construction Experts. Approved by the American Society of
Professional Estimators.
Sec. 301 June 20-Aug. 26 ONLN CEXP
Bob George
OCA 509
FOR ADDITIONAL
CHILD CARE CLASSES
See Parenting and Family Life on pages 44-45 and
Teacher Professional Development on pages 96-98.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with
Construction Experts Inc. Approved by the American Society
of Professional Estimators.
Sec. 301 June 20-Aug. 26 ONLN CEXP
Bob George
Explore hands-on estimating and quantity take-off
activities associated with general conditions, site work,
concrete and formwork and masonry estimating. CEUs
issued. $479 includes $397 fee. Prerequisites: OCA 507
Introduction to Construction Estimating and OCA 509
Construction Blueprint Reading.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with
Construction Experts. Approved by the American Society of
Professional Estimators.
CONSTRUCTION
Sec. 301 June 20-Aug. 26 ONLN CEXP
Learn more about all of AACC’s construction programs
at www.aacc.edu/construction.
CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING
For information regarding CEWD certificate in
Construction Estimating, see pages 84-89.
OCA 507
Introduction to Construction Estimating
Build a foundation for estimating virtually any individual
trade or project type with this self-paced course. Learn
pricing techniques, how to estimate labor, materials,
equipment, organization and estimation types. CEUs
issued. $479† includes $397 fee.
Note: Online, self-paced course. Offered in partnership with
Construction Experts Inc. Approved by the American Society
of Professional Estimators.
Sec. 301 June 20-Aug. 26 ONLN CEXP
Gain knowledge of blueprint reading as it relates to
construction projects. Learn general terms, the design
process, layout and installation of materials, and how to
pinpoint problems. CEUs issued. $479† includes $397
fee.
Estimating and Bidding 1
Bob George
Bob George
OCA 511
Estimating and Bidding 2
Focus on hands-on estimating and quantity take-off
activities associated with metals wood doors windows
finishes electrical and mechanical estimating. CEUs
issued. $479 includes $397 fee. Prerequisites: OCA
507 Introduction to Construction Estimating, OCA 508
Essential Construction Math and OCA 509 Construction
Blueprint Reading.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with
Construction Experts Inc. Approved by the American Society
of Professional Estimators.
Sec. 301 June 20-Aug. 26 ONLN CEXP
Bob George
OCA 512
Construction Materials and Processes
Increase your knowledge of quality control material
manufacturing processes regulatory requirements and
use of materials in the construction process. CEUs
issued. $479 includes $397 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with
Construction Experts Inc. Approved by the American Society
of Professional Estimators.
Note: Perfect attendance required.
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Develop math skills that can be applied to the
construction trade with this self-paced course. Learn
about calculations, measurements and conversions that
are common to the construction industry. CEUs issued.
$479† includes $397 fee.
OCA 510
Learn communication skills to establish an open line of
dialogue and develop a professional relationship with
parents and children. Explore various communication
styles and how culture affects these interactions. CEUs
issued. $37 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
1-4:15 pm
Essential Construction Math
Construction Blueprint Reading
CONTENT AREA: H
Taryn Carter
CORE OF KNOWLEDGE
DCR 331
DYC 368
OCA 508
Sec. 301 June 20-Aug. 26 ONLN CEXP
AMIL
June 11
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Bob George
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
CYBER AND
TECHNOLOGY
Our noncredit courses are designed specially so we have
something to offer industry professionals who want to
upgrade their skills and specializations, those looking
to start or change careers and individuals who want to
learn more about technology.
3D PRINTING
CTU 302
Explore 3-D printing and print your own model. Topics
include the theory of operation, technology inside
3-D printers, printing applications, basic maintenance,
preparation of models, and design considerations.
Process models, prepare a 3-D printer for use and learn
the basics of 3-D CAD modeling. CEUs issued. $249
includes $127 fee.
2 sessions
CCPT
5:30-9:45 pm July 19-21
2 sessions
CCPT
8:15 am-12:30 pm Aug. 6-13
CTR 379
QuickBooks and Accounting Basics
Learn fundamental of accounting principles to develop
individual business accounting plans. Create and use
charts for accounts receivable, accounts payable, job
costs, budgets, business reports and payroll. Organize
data for double-entry accounts. CEUs issued. $162
includes $17 fee.
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of bookkeeping and
Microsoft Windows.
3 sessions
6-9:45 pm
4 sessions
6-9:15 pm
CALT 136
June 9-16
CALT 136
July 12-21
Learn to manage the financial aspects of a small
business quickly and efficiently with this accounting
software program. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Learn to manage the financial aspects of a small
business quickly and efficiently with this powerful
accounting software program. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Note: Final course required for the Accounting Principles
Using Technology Certificate.
1 session
6-9:30 pm
1 session
6-9:30 pm
CCPT 331
July 6
GBTC 408
Aug. 9
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Learn to manage multiple company files, create
customer statements and enter price levels for
inventory. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Learn the advanced features of QuickBooks including
managing multiple company files, exporting and
importing data, making journal entries, creating
customer statements and tracking loans. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Intermediate QuickBooks 2015
Prerequisite: OLA 396, Introduction to QuickBooks 2015.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
OLA 367
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Learn how to use QuickBooks 2014 to create paychecks,
pay taxes, generate forms and produce reports. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
OLT 320
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2014
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2015
Learn to use the payroll feature in QuickBooks to
process payroll, address withholding requirements,
create checks, track work and vacation time, produce
job-costing reports, and generate W-2, W-3 and 1099
forms. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: OLA 396, Introduction to QuickBooks 2015.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed2Go.
Learn to use the Premier Contractor Edition of
QuickBooks 2014 for a construction business to create
contract estimates, perform time tracking and job
costing, and bill clients. Explore the unique bookkeeping
needs of contractors. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Create custom, professional-looking contract estimates.
Track time and materials, prepare for tax time, create
reports and learn methods to bill clients, including how
to use progress invoicing and job-costing features. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
OLT 335
QuickBooks 2015 for Contractors
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Complete an interactive simulation using Access and
Excel based on the principles and techniques learned
throughout the Accounting Principles Using Technology
Certificate program. $97† includes $17 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed2Go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 319
QuickBooks 2014 for Contractors
Applying Accounting Principles
Introduction to QuickBooks 2015
OLA 363
OLT 313
CTC 356
Sec. 302
W
Sec. 301
Tu
OLA 396
Intermediate QuickBooks 2014
ACCOUNTING AND
PROFESSIONAL TECHNOLOGIES
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
TuTh
OLA 362
Introduction to QuickBooks 2014
NEW
Introduction to 3-D Printing
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
Sa
Classes are continually added to the schedule.
For information regarding additional sections of
these courses and more, contact Cyber and
Technology Training at 410-777-1353.
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLT 344
NEW
Introduction to QuickBooks Online
Manage the financial aspects of a small business using
QuickBooks Online. Take advantage of computing in the
cloud and take advantage of financial accounting with
an online platform. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
OLT 357
QuickBooks 2016: Introduction
Manage the financial aspects of a small business.
Master the required tools, set up a chart of accounts;
reconcile checking accounts; create and print invoices,
receipts and statements; track payables, inventory and
receivables; create estimates; and generate reports.
CEUs awarded. $166 includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
OLT 358
QuickBooks 2016: Intermediate
Manage multiple files, enter price levels, and track
mileage and discounts. Create customer statements,
assess finance charges and process write-offs. Learn
to track loans. Use the budgeting feature to plan and
control business. CEUs awarded. $166 includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
Scott Paxton
QuickBooks: Beyond the Basics
Customize your reports and forms, adjust balances,
pay sales tax and prepare memorized transactions and
reports. Includes budget preparation and solutions for
common QuickBooks processing errors. CEUs issued.
$91 includes $12 fee.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Prerequisite: CTR 379 Quickbooks and Accounting
Basics or comparable knowledge including familiarity
with Microsoft Windows.
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ADOBE INDESIGN
OLA 360
CTC 323
Learn how to use the tools in Adobe Photoshop
Lightroom 5 to organize and edit your images,
fine-tune lighting and color, and develop an efficient
image processing workflow. CEUs issued.$132 includes
$72 fee.
Design professional-looking brochures, newsletters,
flyers and multipage color publications. Learn how to
create a new document, add text and graphics, use
master pages, add columns, thread frames, create
and apply styles, work with layers and prepare a file
for print. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $199 includes $50 fee.
Prerequisites: Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Word
Level 1 or equivalent knowledge.
Introduction to Lightroom 5
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
OLT 345
Introduction to Lightroom Creative Cloud
Explore preparing, editing and organizing photos quickly
and effectively. Apply changes to multiple images while
developing an efficient image-processing workflow and
create customized slideshows and presentations. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
ADOBE DREAMWEAVER
OLA 341
Introduction to Dreamweaver CS6
Learn the various functions to create, publish and
manage a website. Explore how to format text, define
structural elements, apply CSS style rules, modify tables
and implement images and links. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CTT 309
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
TuTh
ADOBE – OTHER
2 sessions
6-9:45 pm
2 sessions
6-9:45 pm
CALT 136
June 21-23
CALT 136
July 26-28
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Robert Fuller
Robert Fuller
Robert Fuller
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
W
4 sessions
6-9:45 pm
2 sessions
8:30 am-4 pm
CALT 138
June 6-15
CCPT 314
July 6-13
OLA 369
Introduction to InDesign Creative Cloud
Learn how to use Adobe InDesign Creative Cloud
software to create professional-quality letterhead,
brochures, forms, e-books, business materials and more.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Donna Baker
Donna Baker
Donna Baker
OLT 340
Intermediate InDesign Creative Cloud
Explore the more advanced tools and features of Adobe
InDesign Creative Cloud. Use features to produce
professional brochures, forms and documents, and
produce publications for different page sizes and
devices. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Donna Baker
Donna Baker
Donna Baker
CTC 324
Adobe InDesign - Level 2
OLT 309
Introduction to Illustrator CS6
Learn to design and draw vector art. Work with shape
gradients. Discover how to manipulate color images
using Adobe Illustrator CS6. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Adobe InDesign - Level 1
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Sherry London
Sherry London
Sherry London
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Learn how to develop complex paths, handle page
elements, import and export data to external files,
work with XML, manage long documents and adjust
print settings. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $199 includes $50 fee.
Prerequisite: CTC 323 InDesign - Level 1 or equivalent
knowledge.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
W
4 sessions
6-9:45 pm
2 sessions
8:30 am-4 pm
CALT 138
June 20-29
CCPT 314
July 20-27
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
Adobe Photoshop — Level 1
Learn how to select and modify images. Learn to
retouch, resize, color correct, manipulate and combine
images. Create and manipulate layers and other special
effects. Use channel and masking tools and prepare
images for print and online use. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $185
includes $50 fee.
Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows or equivalent knowledge.
Note: Bring USB drive to class to store files.
3 sessions
6-10 pm
2 sessions
9 am-4 pm
3 sessions
6-10 pm
GBTC 408
June 7-14
CCPT 314
June 9-10
CALT 138
July 11-18
Learn how to create and use masks and vector
paths and how to create fills and overlays. Master
advanced image effects including faded textures and
illuminations. Explore using complex filter techniques.
Learn to manage work more efficiently. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$185 includes $50 fee.
Prerequisite: CTT 338 Adobe Photoshop-Level 1 or
equivalent knowledge.
Note: Bring USB drive to class to store files.
CCPT 314
June 9-10
GBTC 408
June 16-23
CALT 138
July 20-27
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Take photo-editing skills beyond layer and section tools
with Photoshop Creative Cloud’s advanced features
including special effects, advanced layering and photo
restoration. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Learn to use advanced features in Adobe Photoshop
Elements 12 to edit and enhance digital images, restore
old photos, and merge images. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Learn Photoshop’s features. Gain foundational and
advanced understanding of the popular software, and
practice the most commonly used methods, such as
managing text, working with layers and image file
properties. CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Photoshop for Presentations
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
OLA 375
Introduction to Photoshop Creative Cloud
Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud to
edit and process photos and create original images.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Sherry London
Sherry London
Sherry London
Learn to alter photographs and prepare them for print
or the Web. Master the techniques of nondestructive
editing so you can re-edit, reuse, and change projects
after they are created. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Prerequisite: OLA 375 - Introduction to Photoshop
Creative Cloud.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Sherry London
Sherry London
Sherry London
Photoshop Elements 13 for the Digital
Photoshop CC for the
Digital Photographer 2
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
OLA 383
OLT 321
OLA 361
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed2Go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Photographer Learn to edit and enhance images, fix
flaws, create simple art projects, prepare images for
email and the Web, and how to organize your images.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed2Go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Daniel Hood
COMPUTER AND
OPERATING SYSTEMS
OLT 306
Introduction to Windows 8
Learn about the Microsoft Windows 8 operating
system, including managing apps, programs, photos,
files and folders. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
OLT 347
Introduction to Windows 10
Learn to customize Windows 10 features, personalize
the desktop and manage files on external drives. Create
basic text documents using WordPad and organize and
edit photos. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
CPT 362
Computer Keyboarding
Learn the fundamentals of keyboarding using touch
typing on a computer. Develop speed and accuracy in
operating a computer keyboard. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $122
includes $37 fee.
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 301
MW
4 sessions
9-11 am
4 sessions
6-8 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
CALT 138
June 7-16
CCPT 331
July 11-20
69
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Photoshop Elements 13
for the Digital Photographer 2
OLA 356
Intermediate Photoshop Creative Cloud
Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud,
also known as Photoshop CC, to edit and enhance
photographic images. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
OLT 323
Photoshop Creative Cloud
for the Digital Photographer
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLA 353
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Learn the advanced features of using artistic filters,
layering techniques, and advanced editing tools. Create
collages and slideshows with animation, text and music,
and restore old photos. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Adobe Photoshop — Level 2
2 sessions
9 am-4 pm
3 sessions
6-10 pm
3 sessions
6-10 pm
Further develop skills and knowledge of tools and
techniques for editing images, fixing flaws, enhancing
the final product, creating simple art projects, preparing
images for email and the Web, and organizing images.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Photoshop Elements 12
for Digital Photography 2
CTT 339
Sec. 303
ThF
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
MW
OLT 322
Photoshop Elements 12
for Digital Photography
CTT 338
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 303
ThF
Sec. 302
MW
OLA 355
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLN 346
CTC 306 b
CTC 307 b
Learn the fundamental computer skills needed to
succeed in today’s workplace. Discover practical
applications for email, word processing, spreadsheets
and databases. Understand file size, memory limitations,
networks and component functions and features. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Learn the basics of Windows and Microsoft Word.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $161 includes $32 fee.
Learn about creating Excel workbooks, functions, charts,
databases and templates. Explore creating, formatting
and printing worksheets; working with formulas and
functions; setting up simple databases and creating
templates and charts. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $161 includes $32 fee.
Computer Skills for the Workplace
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Dave Paquin
Dave Paquin
Dave Paquin
OLN 388
Introduction to PC Troubleshooting
Identify computer parts and functions. Learn to fix
power, drive, memory and file problems. Conquer
boot failure and prevent Microsoft Windows general
protection fault errors. Understand BIOS, CMOS and
RAM challenges. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of PC hardware and
software.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
CPT 363
Computer Fundamentals
Explore theory and practical applications needed to
operate a personal computer. Cover computer terms,
functions, computer hardware, operating systems and
application software. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $179 includes $42 fee.
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 301
MW
4 sessions
9 am-noon
4 sessions
6-9 pm
CALT 138
June 28-July 7
CCPT 331
July 25-Aug. 3
COMPUTER TRAINING FOR THE
RE-ENTRY PROFESSIONAL
For information regarding a CEWD certificate
in Computer Training for Re-Entry Professional, see
pages 104-109.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
CTC 305
Starting Over for the
Re-Entry Professional
Re-enter the workforce, advance to a higher position
or change careers with confidence. Evaluate skills, set
goals and gain insights into making your goals a reality.
Assess your own strengths and discover what computer
and technical skills you need to succeed. $77† includes
$27 fee.
Sec. 302
W
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 303
Tu
70
1 session
6-9:30 pm
1 session
6-9:30 pm
1 session
8:30 am-noon
GBTC 408
June 1
CCPT 314
July 12
CALT 138
Aug. 2
Computer Training for the
Re-Entry Professional
Prerequisite: CTC 305 Starting Over for the Re-Entry
Professional or equivalent knowledge.
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
Sec. 302
MW
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 303
TuTh
3 sessions
GBTC 408
6-9:45 pm
June 6-13
3 sessions
CCPT 314
6-9:45 pm
July 14-21
2 sessions
CALT 138
8:30 am-2:30 pm Aug. 4-9
Keeping Track of Files and Folders
Learn how to save, locate and reuse electronic files as
well as understand the role folders play in storing files.
Explore other file management tasks such as copying,
moving, renaming, deleting, restoring and finding files.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $117 includes $32 fee.
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of Microsoft Windows.
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
2 sessions
GBTC 408
6-9:30 pm
June 15-20
2 sessions
CCPT 314
6-9:30 pm
July 26-28
1 session
CALT 138
8:30 am-3:30 pm Aug. 11
DATABASE DESIGN AND
DEVELOPMENT
OLI 329
Introduction to Database Development
Learn how to utilize database applications to apply a
systematic, structured approach to a database. Learn
the phases of a system development project step by
step. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Allen Taylor
Allen Taylor
Allen Taylor
ELEARNING AND
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
Résumé Writing
Learn how to create an effective résumé or how to
write résumé and cover letters for profit. Explore
self-assessment, résumé formats, references,
Internet résumé secrets, and how to overcome age
discrimination and employment gaps. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO Stephanie Donaldson
ONLN EDGO Stephanie Donaldson
ONLN EDGO Stephanie Donaldson
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in
e-Learning Instructional Design, see pages 104-109.
CTR 301
Introduction to e-Learning
Instructional Design
Examine the art and science of e-learning and
instructional design. Explore historical, organizational
and strategic issues associated with developing
and delivering e-learning through numerous topics.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $123 includes $42 fee.
Note: Some sections offered online.
ONL 334
12 Steps to a Successful Job Search
Learn how to identify the job that is best for your needs
and how to get it. Learn how to build rapport with any
interviewer and master the six phases of a successful
job interview. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
3 sessions
GBTC 408
6-9:45 pm
June 22-29
3 sessions
CCPT 314
6-9:45 pm
Aug. 2-9
2 sessions
CALT 138
8:30 am-2:30 pm Aug. 16-18
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONL 323
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
Sec. 302
MW
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 303
TuTh
CTT 336 b
Sec. 302
MW
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 303
Th
Microsoft Excel for
the Re-Entry Professional
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Todd Bermont
Todd Bermont
Todd Bermont
Sec. 301 2 sessions
TuTh
6-9:45 pm
CCPT 331
June 2-7
CTR 302
Effective Method e-Learning Design
Learn to manage the success of e-learning courses
within educational, training or informal learning
organizations. Discover ways to control risk and
maximize learning. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $304 includes $42 fee.
Prerequisite: CTR 301 Introduction: E-Learning
Instructional Design.
Note: Some sections offered online.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
TuTh
6-9:45 pm
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
CCPT 331
June 9-21
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
CTR 304
Facilitation of Online
Synchronous Delivery Platforms
Examine synchronous training to effectively design and
facilitate virtual classes. Discover the unique perspective
and set of skills the synchronous environment requires
that are different from classroom or asynchronous
training. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $304 includes $42 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
TuTh
6-9:45 pm
CCPT 331
June 23-July 5
CTR 303
Developing and Deploying
e-Learning Instructional Design
Learn the basics of e-Learning technologies. Develop
the knowledge needed to use assistive technologies in
the facilitation of learning design and delivery. Textbook
information available at the AACC Bookstore. CEUs
issued. $282 includes $120 fee.
Prerequisite: CTR 301 Introduction to eLearning
Instructional Design.
Note: Some sections offered online.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
TuTh
6-9:45 pm
CCPT 331
July 7-19
CTR 306
Capstone in e-Learning
Instructional Design
Design and develop an actual online course utilizing
both the asynchronous and synchronous online
learning environments. Implement a full-scale course
development project under typical business constraints.
CEUs issued. $304 includes $42 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
TuTh
6-9:45 pm
CCPT 331
July 21-Aug. 2
ONH 311
Learn the theory and lab skills necessary to pass
the CCNA Composite Exam. Prepare for simulation
questions and strengthen test-taking skills. Examine the
eight major exam topics as defined by Cisco. Textbook
and certification prep materials available at the AACC
bookstore. CEUs issued. $1,246 includes $22 fee.
NEW
EC Council Certified Secure
Programmer .NET (ECSP.Net)
Learn to identify security flaws and implement security
countermeasures throughout the software development
life cycle to improve the overall quality of products and
applications. CEUs issued. $2,104 includes $1475 fee.
Prerequisites: ECSP certification intended for programmers
responsible for designing and building secure Windows/Webbased applications with .NET Framework and developers who
have .NET development skills. Students must be well-versed
with .NET programming language.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
WThF 9 am-5 pm
NTW 559
ONLN NHRZ
June 1-3
NEW
CompTIA Network+ Certification
Exam Preparation
How to Get Started in Game Development
Take steps toward a new career in game development
by building a foundation to design games in a wide
variety of genres for different audiences and platforms.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Prerequisite: The ideal candidate for this course will
hold the CompTIA Network+ certification (CompTIA A+
is also recommended) and meet one of the following: (a)
Have completed 16 or more semester hours of academic
coursework in networking and network administration
preferably using the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum;
(b) Have completed two or more years’ experience
working as a network technician or network analyst in a
Cisco environment; or (c) Have completed a combination
of academic coursework and on-the-job experience in
networking totaling four or more years combined.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
CCPT
Sa
8:15 am-12:30 pm June 4-Aug. 13
NTW 541 b
CompTIA A+ Certification Prep
Sec. 303
TuTh
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
MW
Prerequisite: General knowledge of computer hardware
and software.
Note: Exam fees included. Digital badge class. For information
about digital badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of operating systems and
hardware or CompTIA A+ certification required.
Note: Exam fees included.
10 sessions
CCPT 317
5:30-9:45 pm June 2-July 5
10 sessions
CCPT 331
8:15 am-12:30 pm July 9-Sept. 17
10 sessions
CCPT
5:45-10 pm
Aug. 1-31
Prepare for ITIL exam. Examine the lifecycle of
managing IT services from delivery to business
expectations. Learn the core disciplines of ITIL best
practices. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $1,497 includes $105 fee.
Sec. 301 8 sessions
CCPT 317
Sa
8:45 am-12:30 pmJune 4-July 30
Sec. 302 4 sessions
CALT 138
MTuWTh 8:30 am-4:30 pmJune 20-23
Prepare for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. Review
basic computer hardware, operating systems, PC
components, networking, security, laptops and printers.
Learn how to install, configure, secure and troubleshoot
these items plus customer service and communication
skills. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $1,120 includes $205 fee.
Sec. 301 18 sessions
MW
6-10 pm
Sec. 302 9 sessions
Sa
8 am-4:30 pm
Sec. 303 18 sessions
Sa
8:30 am-12:30 pm
GBTC 202
June 6-Aug. 8
GBTC 202
June 25-Aug. 27
CCPT
July 16-Nov. 19
ONH 316
ITIL Foundation 2011 Edition
Explore the latest version of core ITIL best practices
presented from a lifecycle perspective. Learn the
principles and core elements of IT service management
(ITSM) based on ITIL® 2011 Edition. CEUs issued.
$2,002 includes $1,404 fee. Prerequisites: Basic
knowledge of Service Management concepts.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
Sec. 301
MTuW
Sec. 302
WThF
3 sessions
10 am-6 pm
3 sessions
9 am-5 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-8
ONLN NHRZ
July 6-8
71
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Ed Lavieri
Ed Lavieri
Ed Lavieri
CCNA Certification Prep Course
Learn foundational computer networking and network
security principles and practices to prepare in part for
the CompTIA Network+ Certification Exam. Textbook
and certification preparation materials available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $1,409 includes $159 fee.
ITIL v3 Foundation
OLA 350
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
NTW 548
NTW 535
GAME DESIGN AND
DEVELOPMENT
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION PREP
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
ONH 361
NEW
Cisco ICND Part 1 v2
Learn to install, operate, configure and verify a basic
IPv4 and IPv6 network, including configuring a LAN
switch, configuring an IP router, connecting to a WAN
and identifying basic security threats. CEUs issued.
$3,302 includes $2,314 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONH 363
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
NEW
EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
Practice using ethical hacking tools to enhance network
defenses. Learn about ethical hacking methodologies
and policies, analysis and assessment procedures,
tools, systems, and program for information security
management and countermeasures. CEUs issued.
$3,402 includes $2,384 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer
(CTT+) Cert. Prep.
Prepare for the CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer
(CTT†) certification that consists of two exams.
Examine class preparation, delivery methods, credibility
and communications, group facilitation, and evaluations.
CEUs issued. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. $1,496 includes $296 fee.
Prerequisite: Six to 12 months of training experience
recommended.
Note: Exam fees included.
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 301
MW
10 sessions
6-10 pm
10 sessions
6-10 pm
CCPT 314
June 7-July 7
CALT 136
Aug. 1-31
OLN 349
CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep
Prepare for the CompTIA Security+ Network
certification exam. Learn about communication security,
infrastructure security, cryptography, access control,
authentication, external attack and operational and
organization security. Explore the protocols used
in Linux, UNIX, Windows 2000, TCP/IP suites and
Ethernet operations. Learn how to capture, analyze and
generate IP traffic; how to exploit protocol weaknesses;
and examine defensive solutions. Cover packet filtering,
password policies and checking file integrity. CEUs
issued. $186 includes $97 fee.
Prerequisites: CompTIA A+ and Network+ Certifications
and two years of networking experience.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
NTW 550
CompTIA Linux+ Certification Prep
Prepare for CompTIA Linux+ certification - two exams
for LPIC-1 by the Linux Professional Institute. Examine
system architecture, Linux installation and package
management, GNU and Unix commands, devices, Linux
file systems and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $1,518 includes $318 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Ron Gilster
Ron Gilster
Ron Gilster
OLA 337
CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep 2
Prerequisite: CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and Linux
administration experience recommended.
Note: Exam fees included.
Prepare for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam
SY0-301. Learn about network security, compliance
and operational security, threats and vulnerabilities,
application, data and host security, access control and
identity management, and cryptography. CEUs issued.
$186 includes $97 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONH 362
ONH 364
NEW
CompTIA Network+
Examine the major networking technologies and
systems of modern networks, and learn how to
configure, manage and troubleshoot modern networks.
CEUs issued. $2,502 includes $1,754 fee.
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June 6-10
NTW 521
Certified Information Systems Security
Professional (CISSP) Cert. Prep.
Explore the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). Learn
the new eight domains, effective April 15, 2015, essential
for the protection of information systems and corporate
and national infrastructures. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $1,638
includes $22 fee.
Prerequisite: Significant IT security experience and
prior certification such as CCNA, CCNP, MCSE or SCNP are
recommended.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
NTW 554
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
TuTh
14 sessions
6-9:45 pm
14 sessions
6-9:45 pm
GBTC 408
June 7-Sept. 6
CCPT 317
Aug. 11-Sept. 27
9 sessions
8 am-12:30 pm
10 sessions
6-10 pm
CCPT
June 11-Aug. 13
GBTC 203
July 6-Aug. 8
Learn to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot
a small enterprise network, focusing on redundant
topologies, configuring EIGRP and multi-area OSPF,
understanding Wide Area Network technologies, device
management and Cisco licensing. CEUs issued. $3,302
includes $2,314 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep
Prepare to take the CompTIA Network+ certification
exam. Learn about topologies, the OSI seven-layer
model, protocol suites, modern network operating
systems, network hardware, cabling standards,
remote connectivity, Internet connections, network
troubleshooting and more. CEUs issued. $186 includes
$97 fee.
Prerequisite: CompTIA A+ Certification is strongly
recommended.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Ron Gilster
Ron Gilster
Ron Gilster
A+ Certification Basic: Hardware 1
Review PC hardware components. Includes storage
and processing component areas, motherboards, RAM,
power supplies, BIOS, CMOS, expansion boards, floppy
and hard drives. Part of A+ Certification exam review
series. CEUs issued. $186 includes $97 fee.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of PC hardware
and applications.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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June 13-17
OLN 348
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
OLN 378
NEW
Cisco ICND Part 2 v2
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
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ONLN EDGO
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
OLN 379
A+ Certification Intermediate:
Operating System 1
Review PC operating systems. Examine the DOS
operating system, Windows 3.x interface, Windows
9x and Plug and Play. Cover installation, memory
management, troubleshooting, optimizing and problem
solving. Part of A+ Certification exam review series.
CEUs issued. $186 includes $97 fee.
Prerequisite: OLN 378 A+ Certification Basic: Hardware 1
or equivalent knowledge.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLN 380
NTW 553
Examine SCSI, video, multimedia, modems, printers,
portable PCs and networking technology. Review
installation, configuration and troubleshooting
hardware. Part of the A† Certification exam review
series. CEUs issued. $186 includes $97 fee.
Prepare for the (ISC)2 Certified Authorization
Professional (CAP) certification exam. Examine risk
management, information system categorization,
security controls implementation, assessment and
monitoring, and information system authorization.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $1,542 includes $341 fee.
A+ Certification Advanced:
Hardware and Operating System 2
Prerequisite: OLN 379 A+ Certification Intermediate:
Operating System 1 or equivalent knowledge.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 349
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Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
Scott Jernigan
NEW
Learn Linux basics and how to use the graphical
desktop and text-based command line. Explore how
standard folders organize system files, application
files and user files, and how to manipulate files within
folders. CEUs issued. $166 includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Richard Blum
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
NTW 549
CompTIA Healthcare IT
Technician Cert. Prep
Prepare for the CompTIA IT Technician Certification.
Gain the skills to implement, deploy and support
health IT systems. Learn regulatory requirements,
health care terminology, practice workflow, code of
conduct policies and security best practices supporting
Electronic Health Records (EHR) medical systems.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $568 includes $88 fee.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of computer hardware and
software. CompTIA A+ Certification preferred.
Note: Tuition cost includes exam voucher.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Sa
9 am-4 pm
GBTC 203
June 18-July 16
CompTIA Security+ Exam Prep
NTW 545
Certified Ethical Hacker Exam Prep
Learn to protect networks using offensive techniques
and tools. Gain hands-on experience and prepare in part
for the CEH certification exam. CEUs issued. $2,300
includes $822 fee.
Prerequisite: Knowledge and professional experience
operating, administering and managing IT systems and
hardware; basic knowledge of networking concepts (CompTIA
Network+); basic knowledge of network security concepts
(CompTIA Security+); basic knowledge of network security
analysis tools, knowledge or experience defending networks
(firewalls, IDS, IPS); and basic knowledge of Unix/Linux and
Windows operating systems.
Note: Exam fees and textbook bundle included.
Sec. 301 10 sessions
CCPT 317
Sa
8:15 am-12:30 pm Aug. 6-Oct. 15
Prerequisite: Knowledge of operating systems and
hardware and/or CompTIA A+; basic networking concepts
and/or CompTIA Network+.
Note: Exam fees included.
Introduction to Google Analytics
Learn how to track and generate traffic to a website.
Create reports and analyze data with Google’s free,
state-of-the-art Web analytics tools. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
OLI 337
Achieving Top Search Engine Positions
Increase your website traffic by learning proven, stepby-step strategies for achieving the highest possible
position on major search engines. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: OLN 381 Creating Web Pages or equivalent
HTML experience.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Chris Minnick
Chris Minnick
Chris Minnick
OLT 342
Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners
Learn the essentials for starting a blog or a podcast.
Explore creating, managing and promoting your blog
and podcast using tools already on your computer, and
discover new ones to enhance your site. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
INTERNET AND WEB
APPLICATIONS
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Robin Sellers
Robin Sellers
Robin Sellers
OLA 381
Evernote
OLA 380
Prezi
Learn how to use and engage your creative side for
presentations using Prezi. CEUs issued. $202 includes
$105 fee.
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
OLA 347
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Kimba Green
OLA 382
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Kimba Green
OLA 387
Google Analytics
Learn to use Google Analytics, the standard in website
analytics. Gain a greater understanding of site traffic
and how to convert visitors into leads and sales. CEUs
issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
Learn how to save project inspiration from online and
real-world sources. Review how to snap a picture,
record audio, and clip entire Web pages. Organize
documents, notes, audio and images in one place. CEUs
issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Dan Bellhassen
Susan Hurrell
Boosting Website Traffic
Learn to analyze visitor traffic to boost website traffic.
Explore how search engine optimization gives greater
visibility and exposure in Google searches. Discuss
redesigning website copy to increase visitors and
results. CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
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Susan Hurrell
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Prepare for the CompTIA Security+ exam including
review of network security, compliance and operational
security, threats and vulnerabilities, application, data and
host security, access control and identity management,
and cryptography. Textbook and certification prep
materials available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$1,562 includes $392 fee.
CCPT 316
July 19-Aug. 18
CCPT 317
Aug. 1-31
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
NTW 547
Sec. 301 10 sessions
TuTh
5:30-9:45 pm
Prerequisite: For the CAP certification, a candidate is
required to have a minimum of two years of cumulative
paid, full-time work experience in one or more of the seven
domains of the CAP CBK®.
Note: Exam fees included.
Sec. 01 10 sessions
MW
6-10 pm
LPI Linux Essentials Exam Prep
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
NEW
Certified Authorization Professional (CAP)
Certification Preparation
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLT 343
OLA 319
MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS
Become more productive with Gmail, Google
Calendar, Drive, Hangouts, Documents, Spreadsheets,
Presentations and more. Make basic features
work collaboratively to increase productivity and
communication skills. CEUs issued. $202 includes
$105 fee.
Learn how to build forms and databases by importing
information from Excel spreadsheets into tables.
Discover how use action queries to add and update
key fields that build relationships among the tables and
manage data. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
OLA 320
Google Apps for Business
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Jennifer Selke
MICROSOFT ACCESS
ONH 323
Use Access for Programming with Visual Basic for
Applications to manipulate objects. Use the editor,
create and use variables, and use the selection
structure. Practice flow control, creating custom dialogs,
automating processes and handling errors. CEUs issued.
$997 includes $700 fee.
Prerequisite: Advanced Microsoft Access experience.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
ONLN NHRZ
June 1-3
Microsoft Access 2010 – Level 1
Learn database concepts, the Access environment
and Help systems. Learn how to design and create
databases; work with tables, fields and records; sort
and filter data; and set field properties and data entry
rules. Discover how to create queries, forms and reports.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $44 fee.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of database structure.
CALT 138
June 7-14
OLA 314
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Ken Cook
Ken Cook
Ken Cook
Learn database concepts, the Access environment
and Help systems. Learn how to design and create
databases; work with tables, fields and records; sort
and filter data; and set field properties and data entry
rules. Discover how to create queries, forms and reports.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Learn the basics of database concepts and structure.
Explore building and customizing tables to store data.
Examine relational databases. Learn to organize and
assemble an effective database to build forms. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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ONLN EDGO
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
OLA 374
Intermediate Microsoft Access 2013
CTR 336
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2013
Access 2013 Programming with VBA
Sec. 301 3 sessions
TuTh
6-9:15 pm
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLA 373
NEW
Sec. 301 3 sessions
WThF 9 am-5 pm
Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
Learn to use advanced features to build a fully
functional database, import information from several
Excel spreadsheets into tables, use action queries, add
key fields and build relationships between the tables.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 354
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ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Ken Cook
Ken Cook
Ken Cook
NEW
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2016
Study the basics of database concepts and structure.
Build and customize tables to store data. Explore
relational databases, and use them to build forms,
generate reports and search for data. CEUs issued. $166
includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
Laurie Fuller
CTR 361
Access 2013 Level 1
Learn the basic operations of Access 2013 to perform
day-to-day tasks. Discuss the advantages of a relational
database program to business processes. Practice
creating tables and forms, and producing reports.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $44 fee.
Note: Knowledge of database structure recommended.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
TuTh
74
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
CCPT 331
June 22-29
GBTC
July 28-Aug. 4
What’s New in Microsoft Office 2010
Get up to speed on the latest version of Microsoft
Office 2010! Explore new features and work with
Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint
presentations and Access databases. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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Barbara Clemens
Barbara Clemens
Barbara Clemens
OLT 312
What’s New in Microsoft Office 2013
Discover the exciting new features of Microsoft Office
2013. Learn time-saving tips to use in Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, OneNote and Publisher.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
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ONLN EDGO
Barbara Clemens
Barbara Clemens
Barbara Clemens
MICROSOFT EXCEL
CTR 373
Excel 2013 Level 1
Explore the basic functions and features of Excel 2013
including terminology, entering and editing text, values
and formulas, and simple function and formatting
techniques. Create and modify charts. Manage
workbooks. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $149 includes $44 fee.
Prerequisite: CTR 368 Windows 8 Level 1 or equivalent
knowledge.
Sec. 303
MW
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
MW
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
CCPT 331
June 1-8
GBTC
July 7-14
CCPT 331
Aug. 15-22
CTR 333
Microsoft Excel 2010 – Level 1
Learn the basic features and functions of Excel 2010
including how to enter and edit text; use values,
formulas and pictures; save workbooks in various
formats; and printing. Discover how to move and copy
data; learn about absolute and relative references;
and work with ranges, rows and columns. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$149 includes $44 fee.
Prerequisite: CTC 357 Windows 7 Basic or equivalent
knowledge.
Sec. 302
MW
Sec. 301
Tu
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
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GBTC 203
June 15-22
CALT 138
July 12-26
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
CTT 314
OLT 311
CTR 334
Learn the advanced features of Excel 2013 including
creating cell styles for automatic formatting, page
breaks, page scaling, adding passwords for workbooks,
using templates, naming cells and linking cells between
Excel files. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $149 includes $44 fee.
Learn how to use Microsoft Excel 2013. Discover
countless shortcuts, tricks and features for creating and
formatting worksheets quickly and efficiently. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Learn how to use multiple worksheets and workbooks
efficiently. Discover formatting options including styles,
themes and backgrounds. Learn how to create and
use outlines, subtotals, cell names and tables. Save
workbooks as Web pages, insert and edit hyperlinks,
and share workbooks by email. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $149
includes $44 fee.
Excel 2013 Level 2
Prerequisite: CTR 373 Excel 2013 Level 1 or equivalent
knowledge.
Sec. 303
MW
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
MW
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
CCPT 331
June 13-20
GBTC
July 19-26
CCPT 316
Aug. 24-31
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ONLN EDGO
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2013
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010
Discover how to use the function wizard; sort and
analyze data; and design custom charts and graphs.
Learn how to create 3-dimensional workbooks; build
links between files; provide worksheets with decisionmaking capabilities; and automate tasks with macros.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLA 368
OLI 391
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2013
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
OLA 311
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010
Learn how to consolidate, analyze and report financial
information. Practice adding functional custom controls
to worksheets. Discover how to use scenarios and data
tables to perform what-if analyses quickly. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 351
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
NEW
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2016
Explore the basics of Microsoft Excel 2016, including
how to set up fully formatted worksheets. Learn to use
the function wizard, sort and analyze data, and design
custom charts and graphs. CEUs issued. $166 includes
$87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Improve your Excel skills. Learn how to create
informative charts, utilize filtering techniques, create
macros to eliminate repetitive tasks, and use Goal Seek,
Solver, VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Master Excel 2016’s more advanced features. Create
informative, eye-catching charts and graphs, and
embrace Excel’s data analysis tools and AutoFilter
commands. Create macros and use time-saving
functions like VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH. CEUs
issued. $166 includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
OLA 366
Intermediate MS Excel 2013
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
NEW
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2016
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 356
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
NEW
Prerequisite: CTR 333 Microsoft Excel 2010 - Level 1 or
equivalent knowledge.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
Tu
6-9:15 pm
CALT 138
Aug. 2-16
MICROSOFT EXCHANGE SERVER
ONH 322
Configure and Manage
MS Exchange Server 2010
Gain knowledge and skills to configure, manage and
troubleshoot an Exchange Server 2010 messaging
environment. Learn guidelines, best practices and
considerations to help optimize your Exchange Server
deployment. CEUs issued. $2,982 includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisites: Experience managing Windows Server
2003 or Window Server 2008 operating systems,
experience with Active Directory Domain Services
(AD DS), and fundamental knowledge of network
technologies.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 20-24
MICROSOFT ONENOTE
ONH 325
NEW
OneNote 2013
Gain an understanding of Microsoft Office OneNote.
Use OneNote’s features to improve management skills,
create task lists, and schedule and incorporate audio
and video components. CEUs issued. $302 includes
$214 fee.
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of computer fundamentals
and Microsoft Windows environment.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 28
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Learn charting, PivotTables, Slicers, Sparklines and other
advanced features of Microsoft Excel 2013. Discover
how this program can boost productivity. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
OLT 355
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Level 2
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2016
Explore Excel 2016’s advanced features. Add functional,
eye-catching custom controls to worksheets using
scenarios and data tables to perform what-if data
analysis, work with databases and advanced techniques
for PivotTables and more. CEUs issued. $166 includes
$87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
Chad Wambolt
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
OLA 371
OLA 309
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2010
Get organized and become more efficient. Explore
security basics, maintenance tasks, email contacts and
optimizing the Outlook calendar. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Bill Mann
Bill Mann
Bill Mann
OLT 310
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2013
Get up to speed with the latest developments in
Microsoft Outlook 2013, including how to manage
email, calendars and contacts. Learn how to get the
most out of program tools such as Search Folders and
Quick Steps. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Bill Mann
Bill Mann
Bill Mann
OLT 350
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Introduction to Microsoft
PowerPoint 2016
Learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 to create
professional-quality slide presentations using a variety
of slide and layout masters that grab your audience’s
attention from start to finish. CEUs issued. $166 includes
$87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
MICROSOFT PROJECT
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of computer fundamentals
and Microsoft Windows environment.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 1 session
F
9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 3
Introduction to PowerPoint 2010
Learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 to create
slide presentations that include SmartArt, multimedia,
animation, sound, charts, clip art and hyperlinks. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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Kathy Van Pelt
Kathy Van Pelt
Kathy Van Pelt
CTR 365
Microsoft Project 2013 Level 1
Explore the importance of project management and
creating a plan using Project 2013. Learn how to
manage and configure tasks, track costs and display
information graphically. Discover how to integrate data
with other Microsoft applications. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $142
includes $32 fee.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
GBTC
MTu
8:15 am-12:30 pm June 6-7
OLA 318
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Kathy Pelt
Kathy Pelt
Kathy Pelt
NEW
ONH 326
Create and modify basic presentations using Microsoft
Office PowerPoint 2013. Create a presentation. Format
text on slides. Add graphical objects. Add tables and
charts to present data in a structured form. Finalize a
presentation. CEUs issued. $302 includes $214 fee.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
PowerPoint 2013 Part 1
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013
Develop engaging presentations using Microsoft
PowerPoint 2013. Learn how to plan a presentation,
format with themes and color, and use slide and layout
masters. Add pictures, shapes, WordArt and SmartArt.
Learn to create animated presentations with multimedia
effects. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
NEW
OLA 357
Introduction to Microsoft
PowerPoint 2013
Kathy Pelt
Kathy Pelt
Kathy Pelt
CTR 366
Microsoft Project 2013, Level 2
Use advanced features including charting data,
grouping, modifying the display and importing into
Project 2013. Customize reports and tables by using
custom filters and values. Use and edit macros; create
VBA code. CEUs issued. $142 includes $32 fee.
Prerequisites: CTR 365 - Microsoft Project 2013, Level 1 or
equivalent knowledge.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
GBTC
WTh
8:15 am-12:30 pm June 8-9
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Discover how to effectively plan, implement, manage
and control projects using the world’s most popular
project management software. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
OLI 392
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010
Learn how to effectively plan, implement and control
projects. Explore project details, tasks and scheduling.
Produce a baseline, assign resources and costs, identify
and analyze variances, and revise a project plan. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
Tony Swaim
MICROSOFT PUBLISHER
OLA 354
Introduction of Microsoft Publisher 2013
Learn how to design professional publications, including
newsletters, fliers and brochures with Microsoft
Publisher 2013. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
Curt Simmons
MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT
ONH 337
NEW
MS SharePoint Foundation 2013
Site Owner
Learn how to create, configure and manage a
SharePoint Team Site so your organization can share
information and collaborate effectively. CEUs issued.
$502 includes $354 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301
W
Sec. 302
Tu
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
10 am-6 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 1
ONLN NHRZ
June 21
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
ONH 333
NEW
Advanced Solutions of Microsoft
SharePoint Server 2013
Learn to plan, configure and manage a Microsoft
SharePoint Server 2013 environment. Learn to optimize
the search experience, develop and implement a
governance plan, and perform a server upgrade. CEUs
issued. $2,982 includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisite: ONH 332 Core Solutions of Microsoft
SharePoint Server 2013 and successful completion of Exam
70-331 Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint 2013, or
equivalent skills.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF10 am-6 pm
ONH 334
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
NEW
Develop MS SharePoint
Server 2013 Core Solutions
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Visual Studio 2010
or Visual Studio 2012 to develop solutions. Basic working
knowledge of SharePoint solution development, either in
SharePoint 2013 or in earlier versions of SharePoint. Working
knowledge of Visual C# and the .NET Framework 4.5, basic
understanding of ASP.NET and server-side web development
technologies, including request/response and the page
lifecycle, basic understanding of AJAX and asynchronous
programming techniques. Basic working knowledge of
client-side Web technologies including HTML, CSS and
JavaScript, familiarity with approaches to authentication and
authorization, including claims-based authentication.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
ONH 338
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
NEW
MS SharePoint Foundation 2013 Site User
Learn about and use a SharePoint Team Site to access,
store and share information and documents. CEUs
issued. $502 includes $354 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
10 am-6 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 9
ONLN NHRZ
June 20
Learn to configure SharePoint Server 2013 and review
guidelines, best practices and considerations to
optimize the SharePoint server deployment. CEUs
issued. $2,982 includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisite: At least one year of experience with deploying
and administering multiple SharePoint 2010 farms across a
large enterprise; software management in a Windows 2008
R2 enterprise server or Windows Server 2012 environment;
ability to deploy and manage applications natively, virtually
and in the cloud; experience administering Internet
Information Services (IIS); configuring Active Directory for use
in authentication, authorization and as a user store; experience
managing an application remotely using Windows PowerShell
2.0; experience connecting applications to Microsoft SQL
Server; experience implementing Claims-based Security.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons, Computer Learning Centers.
ONLN NHRZ
July 11-15
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 352
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
NEW
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2016
Learn to make the most of Microsoft Word 2016. Add
and edit text; move words and sentences; work on
multiple documents; and format, save, retrieve, copy,
organize and print your documents. CEUs issued. $166
includes $87 fee.
OLT 353
Microsoft Word 2010 - Level 1
Learn how to create, format and modify documents.
Discover how to work on multiple documents
simultaneously; run the integrated grammar and spell
check; create envelopes and labels; create tables and
SmartArt; and save, retrieve, merge, copy, organize and
print documents. Textbook information available at
AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $149 includes $44 fee.
GBTC 203
June 6-13
OLA 346
Introduction to Microsoft
Word 2011 for Mac
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
NEW
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2016
Master advanced features of Microsoft Word 2016.
Organize text in tables, mix graphics and text to turn
Word into a desktop publishing program, and merge
spreadsheet and database data to create mailing labels
and form letters. CEUs issued. $166 includes $87 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
CTR 371
Learn to use the world’s most popular word processing
software for creating documents and formatting text,
now available on the Macintosh. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Learn to automate Word 2013. Create and organize text
in tables, add graphics, merge spreadsheets and add
data to create mailing labels and form letters. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CTR 330
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2013
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
MICROSOFT WORD
Sec. 301 3 sessions
MW
6-9:15 pm
OLT 341
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
OLA 397
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
Learn to enter and edit text; create documents, tables
and reports; insert headers, footers and graphics; and
proof and print documents. Explore enhancing the
appearance of documents through formatting options.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Word 2013 Level 1
Learn how to create, format, edit and print documents.
Discover how to work on multiple documents
simultaneously, run the integrated grammar and spelling
checker, create envelopes and labels, merge documents,
and create tables and SmartArt. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $149
includes $44 fee.
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 303
MW
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
GBTC
June 28-July 5
CCPT 316
July 25-Aug. 1
CCPT 316
Aug. 3-10
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
M
NEW
Core Solutions MS SharePoint Server 2013
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF10 am-6 pm
Learn core skills common to almost all SharePoint
development activities, including server-side and clientside object models, developing and deploying features,
solutions, and apps, managing identity and permissions,
and querying. CEUs issued. $2,982 includes $2,090 fee.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF10 am-6 pm
ONH 332
Prerequisite: Knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed2Go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
77
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
CTR 372
Word 2013 Level 2
Learn the advanced features of Word 2013 including
time-saving shortcuts. Discover how to format,
customize and protect documents. Insert special
features and references. Create specialized tables
and indexes. Work with shared documents. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$149 includes $44 fee.
Prerequisite: CTR 371 Word 2013 Level 1 or
equivalent knowledge.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
MW
6-9:15 pm
CCPT 316
Aug. 15-22
Querying Microsoft SQL Server
Learn the technical skills to write basic Transact-SQL
queries for Microsoft SQL Server 2014. This is the
foundation for all SQL Server-related disciplines such
as Database Administration and Development and
Business Intelligence. CEUs issued. $2,982 includes
$2,090 fee.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of relational databases
and basic knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating
system and its core functionality.
Note: Online Course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
Learn the basics of command line usage for Windows
and Linux including commands for everyday tasks,
navigation, networking and more. Perform computing
tasks more efficiently by incorporating commands
into scripts. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $208 includes $22 fee.
NTW 555
CCPT 316
June 6-22
NEW
OLA 336
Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5
Learn how to use HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery
and Web application programming interfaces (API) to
create cross-platform mobile applications and mashups.
Discover how to optimize a Web application for almost
any mobile device including Apples IOS, Android,
Blackberry and Windows. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Chris Minnick
Chris Minnick
Chris Minnick
OLA 384
Creating Cell Phone Apps for Business
Learn to build, deploy and market smartphone
applications across Android, iPhone and Blackberry
platforms. Develop and deploy smartphone applications
quickly and inexpensively. CEUs issued. $252 includes
$130 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Handling and Incident Response Explore technical and
legal fundamentals for handling digital evidence. Follow
scenario-based approaches to evidence gathering,
preservation and data acquisition. Learn to coordinate a
response approach, seize evidence according to a scope
of authority, and perform a legally defensible acquisition
of data using industry standard commercial and open
source digital forensics tools. CEUs issued. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore.$267 includes
$23 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
Tu
6-8:45 pm
CCPT 340A
June 7-28
Learn how to maximize the performance of computer
systems, troubleshoot problems, and recover lost data
and files. Use ethical hacking techniques to locate
and close security holes in your network. Learn how
to conduct a security audit on a network. Explore
vulnerabilities of operating systems, software and
networks. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Explore networking technology including virtual private
networks and Internet connectivity. Examine routing
protocols and TCP/IP. Understand fundamentals of
network security and encryption. Work with Domain
Name System concepts, components, resource records
and resolution. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: OLN 389 Introduction to Networking or
equivalent knowledge.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
ONL 367
Introduction to PC Security
Review fundamentals of PC and network risks and
security. Learn about ways computers are accessed
without owner knowledge and how to prevent various
network attacks. Explore sharing files and data safely.
Learn to install and configure a firewall. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of computer hardware
and software.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Debbie Mahler
Debbie Mahler
Debbie Mahler
NTW 543 b
Advanced PC Security
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in iPhone
and ipad Programming, see pages 104-109.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Command Line and Scripting: Introduction
OLN 347
MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES
78
Intermediate Networking
Introduction to Digital Forensics: Evidence
ONH 339
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
CTR 395
OLN 390
NEW
Sec. 301 6 sessions
MW
6-9:45 pm
MICROSOFT SQL SERVER
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF10 am-6 pm
NETWORKING AND
CYBERSECURITY
Debbie Mahler
Debbie Mahler
Debbie Mahler
Cyber Analyst 2 – Practice Skills
Gain in-depth knowledge of how computer networks
function. Explore network devices, routing/Internet
protocols and network security. Apply learning and
critical thinking skills to practical exercises in a stateof-the-art computer lab setting. CEUs issued. $2,000
includes $457 fee.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of NTW 542 Cyber
Analyst I - Gain Knowledge; or knowledge of operating
systems and hardware and/or CompTIA A+ and knowledge of
basic networking concepts and/or CompTIA Network+.
Sec. 301 20 sessions
TuTh
5:30-9:45 pm
CCPT 317
July 19-Sept. 22
OLN 389
Introduction to Networking
Study types of networks and benefits including
LAN, WAN, Internet and intranet. Review network
components, topologies and cabling. Get an
overview of network security, management issues,
troubleshooting and network environments. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: Working equivalent knowlege of computer
hardware and software.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
Don Bellhassen
Susan Hurrell
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Classes are continually added to the
schedule. For information regarding
additional sections of these courses and
more, contact Cyber and Technology
Training at 410-777-7126.
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
NETWORKING AND
CYBERSECURITY: BASICS
PROGRAMMING, CODING
AND SCRIPTING
CTR 389 b
ONH 302
Learn the basics of cybersecurity by examining the
threat landscape, common targets and relevant laws.
Study passwords and how to secure them, social
engineering and how to avoid being a victim, and
mobile and online security. CEUs issued. $99 includes
$17 fee.
Learn to use SQL as a tool to retrieve information from
databases. Practice using functions to calculate data
and commands to organize data from a single table
or multiple linked tables. CEUs issued. $502 includes
$354 fee.
Simplifying Security in the Cyber Age
SQL Querying – Level 1
Fundamentals of Querying
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
F
Sec. 303
TuTh
Sec. 301
W
Sec. 302
W
Sec. 303
W
3 sessions
6:15-9:30 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
CALT 136
June 13-20
CCPT 314
July 8-22
CCPT 331
Aug. 4-11
CTR 390 b
Learn how to make personal and professional activities
in the cyber world safer by examining computer and
workplace security. Develop a greater understanding
of Wi-Fi, network and cloud security as well as data
integrity and destruction. CEUs issued. $99 includes
$17 fee.
Note: Digital badge class. For information about digital
badges visit www.aacc.edu/badges.
CTR 394
3 sessions
6:15-9:30 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
3 sessions
6-9:15 pm
CALT 136
June 22-29
CCPT 314
July 29-Aug. 12
CCPT 331
Aug. 16-23
Learn how to identify and use advanced querying
techniques. Practice modifying the structure of a table;
inserting, updating and deleting data; and indexing
tables to optimize query performance. CEUs issued.
$402 includes $284 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
Sec. 301
F
Sec. 302
F
Sec. 303
Th
Learn cybersecurity history, regulations and trends.
Review operating systems, file structures, hardware
and software, network devices and configurations,
and offensive and defensive strategies. Explore career
opportunities and the types of abilities needed. CEUs
issued. $208 includes $22 fee.
CCPT 331
Aug. 8-22
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
10 am-6 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 3
ONLN NHRZ
June 17
ONLN NHRZ
June 30
NEW
Python Programming: Introduction
NEW
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MW
6-9:45 pm
SQL Querying – Level 2 Advanced
CTR 392
Cybersecurity: Introduction
ONLN NHRZ
June 1
ONLN NHRZ
June 15
ONLN NHRZ
June 29
ONH 303
Securing Your Cyber World
Sec. 301
MW
Sec. 302
F
Sec. 303
TuTh
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
10 am-6 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
Learn the basics of computer programming with
Python. Examine expressions, variables, conditionals,
loops, lists, sets, dicts, functions, objects and exceptions.
Develop, test and debug Python programs. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$314 includes $22 fee.
Prerequisite: Experience performing basic computer and file
management tasks on a modern operating system.
6 sessions
CCPT 333
6-10 pm
June 6-22
4 sessions
GBTC 203
8:30 am-3:30 pm June 9-30
6 sessions
CALT 138
8:30 am-12:30 pmJuly 9-Aug. 13
6 sessions
CCPT 314
6-10 pm
Aug. 11-30
NEW
Introduction to Programming
Learn programing basics with Microsoft Visual Studio
2013 and the Visual C# and Visual Basic languages.
Focus on computer storage, data types and structures,
and looping. Use object-oriented programming
encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism. Examine
handling, application security and performance, and
memory management. CEUs awarded $2,982 includes
$2,090 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
ONH 330
Developing ASP.NET MVC 4
Web Applications
Learn to develop secure, advanced ASP.NET MVC
applications using .NET Framework 4.5 tools and
technologies. Focus on planning and designing Web
applications, MVC models, controllers, views, testing,
debugging and developing responsive pages. CEUs
issued. $2,982 includes $2,090 fee. Prerequisites:
Minimum of two to three years of experience
developing Web-based applications using Microsoft
Visual Studio and Microsoft ASP.NET, proficiency in
using the .NET Framework and some familiarity with the
C# language.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF10 am-6 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
CTR 396
JavaScript: Introduction
Improve your Web pages by learning to use JavaScript.
Learn the latest JavaScript techniques and code
compatible with versions of all major browsers.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $266 includes $27 fee.
Prerequisite: Familiarity with Web design, HTML and
CSS recommended.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
TuTh
6-10 pm
ONH 327
CCPT
June 7-23
NEW
Programming Fundamentals
of Web Applications
Develop Web applications with Microsoft Visual Studio
and WebMatrix 2. Focus on Microsoft Web stack and
use WebMatrix 2. Examine basic Web development,
plug-ins, scripting, basic data access and application
hosting. Use Windows Azure and move into Visual
Studio. CEUs awarded $2,982 includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of HTML or DHTML and basic
programming concepts.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
ONLN NHRZ
June 13-17
79
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sec. 304
MW
Sec. 302
Th
Sec. 303
Sa
Sec. 301
TuTh
ONH 328
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLA 308
OLA 345
OLI 340
Learn how to write and implement complex queries
on multiple tables simultaneously. Discover advanced
filtering, update and insertion techniques. Create queries
that accept input from users and perform complicated
searches on strings and dates. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Learn the building blocks of programming using
variables, control structures and loops. Explore the use
of the .NET Framework in the function library and library
controls. Examine event-driven and object-oriented
programming concepts. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72
fee.
Learn how to create an interactive online store using
advanced PHP techniques and MySQL database server.
Create PHP functions, tables and views using MySQL
console, logon controlled administration Web pages and
PHP code to display images from the database. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Intermediate SQL
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Cecelia Allison
Cecelia Allison
Cecelia Allison
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 303 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
Intermediate PHP and MySQL
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
OLA 335
OLA 352
OLI 355
Learn how to create basic programming structures
and work with object-oriented techniques. Explore
some unique Python data structures like tuples and
dictionaries. Create graphic elements from simple
squares and circles to user interface objects like buttons
and labels. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Learn how to use new features in CSS3 and HTML5
to design animated interactive websites for desktops,
laptops and mobile devices. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Discuss the graphical user interface with custom
menus and toolbars. Explore multiple form applications,
starting with built-in dialog controls and learn to
use helper forms and Multiple Document Interface
applications. Access and modify data with data-bound
controls, ADO.NET and Structured Query Language
(SQL). CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Introduction to Python 3 Programming
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Mike Orsega
Mike Orsega
Mike Orsega
OLA 339
Mac, iPhone and iPad Programming
Discover the basic steps to writing any program. Create
Mac, iPhone or iPad programs. Learn to use the free
Xcode compiler and the Objective-C programming
language to program applications. Explore examples
and perform simple coding exercises. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
Wallace Wang
OLA 344
Introduction to JavaScript
Enhance Web pages with interactive elements. Learn to
create and implement features such as buttons, photo
carousels and collapsible panels. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Introduction to Visual Basic
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
Advanced CSS3 and HTML5
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Karlins
David Karlins
David Karlins
OLA 358
Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5
Develop Web design skills with CSS3 and HTML5,
the new standard for Web developers. Create large
websites and have precise control over the appearance
of every page. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
OLA 359
Intermediate to CSS3 and HTML5
CSS3 and HTML5 are the foundation upon which
modern websites and many mobile apps, games and
desktop apps are built. Take skills to the next level to
create professional websites. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
OLI 339
Introduction to PHP and MySQL
Learn how to create an interactive website. Use PHP
programming language to generate websites that
automatically change as data is updated and use
MySQL database server with PHP to store and retrieve
data on the Web. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
Intermediate Visual Basic 2008
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
OLI 396
Introduction to Programming
Learn how to create and work with graphical user
interfaces (GUIs), controls, variables, arrays, conditional
logic and loops. Discover how to add sound and
graphics. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
Richard Blum
OLN 352
Intermediate Java Programming
Learn about reading and writing data files, organizing
information with multiple classes in Java’s class
hierarchy and creating GUI applications using Java tools.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Brian Hall
Brian Hall
Brian Hall
OLN 354
Introduction to ASP.NET
Learn to create professional-looking, interactive Web
pages with ASP.NET. Develop a community-based
website that allows users to register, log in and create
profiles. Explore the issue of Web security and how to
secure a website against common attacks. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
80
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLN 355
Introduction to C# Programming
Learn the fundamentals of computer programming with
C#. Explore input/output operations, decision making,
looping and object-oriented programming principles.
Utilize sequential data files and build a Graphical User
Interface (GUI) application. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Mike Orsega
Mike Orsega
Mike Orsega
Intermediate C# Programming
Learn how to write applications with GUI controls
including buttons, labels, text boxes and check boxes.
Also learn how to put menus and toolbars into your
program to make them easier to use. Find out how
to make your program interact with sequential files,
random access files and databases. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Mike Orsega
Mike Orsega
Mike Orsega
OLN 357
Introduction to C++ Programming
Learn how to program in C††. Discover how to create
programs for Microsoft Windows using Microsoft Visual
C†† 2005 Express Edition. Learn Object-Oriented
techniques, how to create windows and forms, and
how to program in a step-by-step nature. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
Jeffrey Kent
OLN 369
Introduction to Java Programming
Add animated presentations, interactive tutorials,
computer-based simulations or games to websites.
Focus on Web programming fundamentals. Create
stand-alone Java applets and learn to integrate them
into your design. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Learn key SQL concepts and gain a solid working
knowledge of this universal database programming
language. Work with the basic structure of relational
databases. Learn to read and develop simple and
complex SQL statements. Use advanced data
manipulation techniques. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of database structure.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Brian Hall
Brian Hall
Brian Hall
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Cecelia Allison
Cecelia Allison
Cecelia Allison
OLN 392
Introduction to Oracle
Use the Oracle database management system to plan,
organize and manage data. Build various database
objects. Develop simple SQL, DLL and Data Control
Language statements to create, update and delete
database objects and records information. Includes
ways to query data and create reports. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of database structure.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Cindy Delia
Cindy Delia
Cindy Delia
CTR 317
Introduction to Java
Create text-based Java applications that define
variables, arrays and the use of statements; switch/
case statements; and for loops and while loops. Define
classes and learn to create new classes based on
existing classes using inheritance. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $314
includes $22 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
MW
6-9:45 pm
CTR 398
CCPT 316
July 6-18
NEW
Perl Programming: Introduction
Learn the basics of programming with Perl, a scripting
language used by UNIX and Windows. Create effective,
reusable Perl scripts and exploit object-oriented
packages available on the Internet. Build scripts that can
be used on Unix, Linux, Windows and MacOS. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$314 includes $22 fee.
Prerequisite: Familiarity with UNIX or Windows and some
experience with a programming language preferred.
Sec. 301 6 sessions
MW
6-10 pm
CCPT 333
July 11-27
OLT 334
Introduction to XML
Develop the essentials of programming in XML and
learn to control formatting, display graphics and
manage XML documents. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONL 377
Intermediate Oracle
Study Procedural Language/Structured Query Language
(PL/SQL), its core features and components as well as
the skills necessary to write powerful, flexible programs.
Learn to build fully functional PL/SQL programs using
procedures, packages, debugging routines, database
structures, triggers and cursor processing. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: OLN 392 Introduction to Oracle or equivalent
knowledge and working knowledge of database structure.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Cindy Delia
Cindy Delia
Cindy Delia
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Bruce Mansfield
Bruce Mansfield
Bruce Mansfield
CTR 316
Introduction to C++
Learn the basic syntax and structure of the C††
programming language. Create C†† applications
that define variables and arrays; use if and switch/
case statements; and for loops and while loops.
Build applications made up of several files. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$128 includes $29 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
MW
6-9:45 pm
CCPT 331
Aug. 24-Sept. 7
CTR 393
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Prerequisite: OLN 381 Creating Web Pages or equivalent
knowledge.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Introduction to Structured Query
Language (SQL)
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLN 356
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLN 391
SQL: Introduction
Gain a sound understanding of SQL and learn to write
your own script to insert, extract and manipulate data
with ease. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $173 includes $22 fee.
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 301
TuTh
3 sessions
6-9 pm
3 sessions
6-9 pm
CCPT
June 20-24
CALT 138
Aug. 23-30
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
AACC, in partnership
with ed2go, offers many
online courses in a number
of areas for beginners
to advanced users and
specialty topics in between.
Online courses provide a
convenient and economical
approach to learning. You
can take a short interactive
quiz “Are Online Learning
Courses Right for Me?” at
www.aacc.edu/
virtualcampus/coned to help
you decide if this option fits
your learning needs.
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
All courses require Internet
access, email and Internet
Explorer or other browser.
Visit www.ed2go.com/aacc
to view the entire online
course inventory and for
course information including
description, cost and access
and registration instructions.
For information about
AACC's noncredit computer
and technology training
courses, visit www.aacc.
edu/it or contact us at
[email protected]
edu or 410-777-1353.
Course dates are:
June 15-Aug. 5
July 13-Sept. 2
Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Prices range from
$130-$190.
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ACCOUNTING AND PROFESSIONAL
TECHNOLOGIES
Introduction to QuickBooks 2013 (OLT 301)
Intermediate QuickBooks 2013 (OLT 304)
QuickBooks 2013 for Contractors (OLA 349)
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2013 (OLT 305)
Introduction to QuickBooks 2014 (OLA 362)
Intermediate QuickBooks 2014 (OLA 363)
QuickBooks 2014 for Contractors (OLT 313)
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2014 (OLA 367)
Introduction to QuickBooks 2015 (OLA 396)
Intermediate QuickBooks 2015 (OLT 319)
QuickBooks 2015 for Contractors (OLT 335)
Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2015 (OLT 320)
QuickBooks 2016: Introduction (OLT 357)
QuickBooks 2016: Intermediate (OLT 358)
Introduction to QuickBooks Online (OLT 344)
ADOBE – OTHER
Introduction to Lightroom 5 (OLA 360)
Introduction to Lightroom
Creative Cloud (OLT 345)
Introduction to Adobe Flash CS6 (OLT 303)
Intermediate Flash CS6 (OLA 364)
ADOBE DREAMWEAVER
Introduction to Dreamweaver CS6 (OLA 341)
Intermediate to Dreamweaver CS6 (OLA 348)
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
Photoshop CS6 for the
Digital Photographer 2 (OLA 342)
Photoshop Creative Cloud
for the Digital Photographer (OLA 353)
Photoshop Creative Cloud for the
Digital Photographer 2 (OLA 361)
Photoshop Elements 11
for the Digital Photographer (OLA 343)
Photoshop Elements 11
for the Digital Photographer (OLT 307)
Photoshop Elements 12
for the Digital Photographer (OLA 355)
Photoshop Elements for the 12
Digital Photographer 2 (OLA 356)
Photoshop Elements 13
for the Digital Photographer (OLT 321)
Photoshop Elements 13
for the Digital Photographer 2 (OLT 322)
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
Computer Skills for the Workplace (OLN 346)
Keyboarding (OLN 361)
Introduction to PC Troubleshooting (OLN 388)
COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS
Windows 7 (OLI 398)
Windows 8 (OLT 306)
Windows 7 (OLT 347)
Introduction to Linux (OLN 399)
Introduction to Illustrator CS6 (OLT 309)
COMPUTER TRAINING FOR
THE RE-ENTRY PROFESSIONAL
ADOBE INDESIGN
Resume Writing (ONL 323)
12 Steps to a Successful Job Search (ONL 334)
Introduction to Adobe InDesign CS6 (OLA 351)
Introduction to InDesign Creative Cloud (OLA 369)
Intermediate InDesign Creative Cloud (OLT 340)
DATABASE DESIGN
AND DEVELOPMENT
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
Introduction to Database Development (OLI 329)
Introduction to Photoshop CS5 (OLI 388)
Intermediate Photoshop CS5 (OLA 338)
Introduction to Photoshop CS6 (OLA 332)
Intermediate Photoshop CS6 (OLA 333)
Introduction to Photoshop
Creative Cloud (OLA 375)
Intermediate Photoshop Creative Cloud (OLT 323)
Photoshop CS6 for the
Digital Photographer (OLA 334)
GAME DESIGN
AND DEVELOPMENT
Get Started/Game Development (OLA 350)
GRAPHICS
Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking (OLA 326)
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
INDUSTRY AND
CERTIFICATION PREP
MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
A+ Certification Basic: Hardware 1 (OLN 378)
A+ Certification Intermediate:
Operating Systems 1 (OLN 379)
A+ Certification Advanced:
Hardware/Operating Systems 2 (OLN 380)
CompTIA Network + Cert Prep (OLN 348)
CompTIA Security + Cert Prep (OLN 349)
CompTIA Security+ Cert Prep 2 (OLA 337)
LPI Linux Essentials Exam Prep (OLT 349)
INTERNET AND
WEB APPLICATIONS
Introduction to PowerPoint 2010 (OLA 318)
Introduction to Microsoft
PowerPoint 2013 (OLA 371)
Introduction to Microsoft
PowerPoint 2016 (OLT 350)
MICROSOFT PROJECT
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010 (OLI 392)
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013 (OLA 357)
Microsoft Project 2016: Introduction (OLT 359)
MICROSOFT PUBLISHER
Introduction to Google Analytics (OLA 347)
Jumpstart Your Career with LinkedIn (OLA 365)
Achieve Top Search Engine Positions (OLI 337)
Marketing Business on the Internet (OLN 385)
Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners (OLT 342)
MICROSOFT ACCESS
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010 (OLA 314)
Intermediate Access 2010 (OLA 319)
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2013 (OLA 373)
Intermediate Microsoft Access 2013 (OLA 374)
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2016 (OLT 354)
Microsoft Access 2016: Intermediate (OLT 360)
MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS
What’s New in Microsoft Office 2010 (OLA 320)
What’s New in Microsoft Office 2013 (OLT 312)
Introduction to Microsoft
Publisher 2010 (OLT 348)
Introduction to Microsoft
Publisher 2013 (OLA 354)
MICROSOFT WORD
Introduction to MS Word 2010 (OLI 390)
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2010 (OLI 397)
Introduction to Microsoft Word
2011 for MAC (OLA 346)
Introduction to Microsoft Word
2011 for MAC (OLA 346)
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013 (OLA 397)
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2013 (OLT 341)
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2016 (OLT 352)
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2016 (OLT 353)
MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES
Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 (OLA 336)
MICROSOFT EXCEL
Introduction to MS Excel 2010 (OLI 391)
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 (OLA 311)
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2010 (OLA 338)
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2013 (OLT 311)
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013 (OLA 366)
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2013 (OLA 368)
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2016 (OLT 351)
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2016 (OLT 355)
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2016 (OLT 356)
NETWORKING AND
CYBERSECURITY
MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
Introduction to Python 3 Programming (OLA 335)
Mac, iPhone, and iPad Programming (OLA 339)
Introduction to Javascript (OLA 344)
Introduction to Visual Basic (OLA 345)
Advanced CSS3 and HTML5 (OLA 352)
Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 (OLA 358)
Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 (OLA 359)
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2010 (OLA 309)
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2013 (OLT 310)
Advanced PC Security (OLN 347)
Introduction to Networking (OLN 389)
Intermediate Networking (OLN 390)
Introduction to PC Security (ONL 367)
PROGRAMMING, CODING
AND SCRIPTING
Introduction to PHP and MySQL (OLI 339)
Intermediate PHP and MySQL (OLI 340)
Introduction to Python 2.5 Programming (OLI 341)
Introduction to Ruby Programming (OLI 342)
Intermediate Visual Basic 2008 (OLI 355)
Introduction to Ajax Programming (OLI 379)
Introduction to Programming (OLI 396)
Introduction to ASP.NET (OLN 354)
Introduction to C# Programming (OLN 355)
Intermediate C# Programming (OLN 356)
Intro to C++ Programming (OLN 357)
Intro to Java Programming (OLN 369)
Intermediate Java Programming (OLN 352)
Introduction to SQL (OLN 391)
Intermediate SQL (OLA 308)
Introduction to Oracle (OLN 392)
Intermediate Oracle (ONL 377)
Introduction to XML (OLT 334)
Introduction to Crystal Reports (OLI 399)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
High Speed Project Management (OLN 386)
VIDEO AND VIDEO EDITING
Introduction to Camtasia Studio 8 (OLA 376)
VIRTUALIZATION AND
CLOUD COMPUTING
Understanding the Cloud (OLA 372)
WEBSITE DESIGN
AND DEVELOPMENT
Advanced Web Pages (OLA 312)
Introduction to CorelDRAW X5 (OLA 323)
Introduction to Adobe Acrobat X (OLA 330)
Introduction to Final Cut Pro X (OLA 340)
Write Effective Web Content (OLA 370)
Designing Effective Websites (OLI 344)
Introduction to Creating a
WordPress Website (OLI 394)
Creating WordPress Website 2 (OLA 327)
Creating Web Pages (OLN 381)
Create jQuery Mobile Websites (OLT 300)
Responsive Web Design (OLT 346)
WIRELESS
Wireless Networking (ONL 361)
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
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C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
OLA 365
OLN 386
Learn how to use LinkedIn, a free and popular job
search and career development tool. Discover how the
Internet can help expand professional networks. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Jumpstart your Career with LinkedIn
High-Speed Project Management
Discover how to retool your skills and deal with
the realities of managing technology projects on
accelerated schedules. Learn to meet and overcome the
challenges of truncated timelines, short-staffed project
teams, skimpy budgets and crippling risks. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Tom Myers
Tom Myers
Tom Myers
SOCIAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES
BIS 502
Introduction to Social Media
Learn about social media, the top sites and their role
in business and personal life. Examine case studies
and discuss how businesses are using social media
for communication, customer retention, branding,
marketing, market research and needs assessment.
CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
Jennifer Selke
BIS 504
Integrating Social Media
in an Organization
Learn how to create a private social media using
Ning, work socially using Google Docs and calendars,
and move a website to an interactive Web 2.0 site.
Explore how to integrate social media into business
communication and marketing. CEUs issued. $202
includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
Sec. 302 Aug. 1-26
OBS 509
ONLN LERN
ONLN LERN
Jennifer Selke
Jennifer Selke
NEW
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Using Social Media in Business
Learn how to use the five popular social media
platforms - Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and
Google - Plus to grow and promote business. CEUs
issued. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Brad Semp
Brad Semp
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Ron Nash
Ron Nash
Ron Nash
BIS 503
Marketing Using Social Media
Explore major social media, including Twitter, LinkedIn
and blogging, and how to use it to engage customers
and clients. Develop a two-way communication and
marketing strategy for an organization using social
media. CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Suzanne Kart
BIS 516
Facebook for Business: Advanced Skills
Learn how to adapt a marketing message for the
Facebook platform and how to integrate Facebook
across all marketing areas. Discover new tools and
proven techniques to increase business, expand reach
and improve message visibility and response. CEUs
issued. $252 includes $130 fee.
Prerequisite: Students must have Facebook page and basic
knowledge of the platform.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Jennifer Selke
BIS 520
NEW
Introduction to Unmanned
Aerial Systems (UAS) in
Precision Agriculture
Review UAS use in precision agriculture. Examine how
UAS operations offer the potential of higher crop yields,
more precise application of treatments, early detection
of crop health issues and increased revenues. CEUs
issued. $347 includes $287 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
CCPT 316
Th
8 am-12:30 pm June 23
CTU 305
NEW
Introduction to Geospatial Information
for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
Discover how geospatial information is vital for the
successful employment of UAS. Review the sources,
production methods and analysis procedures for
geospatial data as they relate to and are supported by
UAS operations. CEUs issued. $347 includes $287 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
1-5:30 pm
CTU 306
CCPT 316
June 23
NEW
Introduction to Unmanned Aerial
Systems (UAS) and the Law
Examine how UAS use has raised questions on privacy
and other issues. Review legal considerations discuss
the outlook on future developments. Focus on the
American legal system as related to UAS operations,
Federal Aviation Administration regulations, and other
legal considerations including negligence, liability and
privacy. CEUs issued. $347 includes $287 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
CCPT 317
Tu
8 am-12:30 pm June 28
YouTube for Business
CTU 307
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Examine how regulations and standards affecting the
UAS community are in a state of change and modernization. Learn today’s UAS regulations and best practices; discuss the outlook for anticipated future federal
guidance. CEUs issued. $347 includes $287 fee.
Discover how to use video as a marketing tool to reach
and serve more people. Learn what types of video
others are using and what works best. Create a YouTube
channel with features like captions and annotations.
CEUs issued. $252 includes $130 fee.
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Jennifer Selke
UNMANNED AERIAL
SYSTEMS (UAS)
CTU 303
NEW
Introduction to Unmanned
Aerial Systems (UAS)
Learn about UAS technology and Unmanned
Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also called drones. Examine
government, military and civil applications including
commercial and hobbyist activities. Discuss legal,
regulatory and ethical issues. CEUs issued. $267
includes $23 fee.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
MW
6-8 pm
84
CTU 304
CCPT
June 6-15
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
NEW
The Current State of Unmanned Aerial
Systems (UAS) Standards and Regulations
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
1-5:30 pm
CTU 308
CCPT 317
June 28
NEW
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for
First Responder Leadership
Gain an overview of UAS technologies, capabilities,
regulations, legal responsibilities, and cost and benefit
considerations for potential use in law enforcement,
fire, rescue, emergency medical and disaster response
applications. CEUs issued. $347 includes $287 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
CCPT 317
Th
8 am-12:30 pm July 7
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
CTU 309
NEW
Introduction to Unmanned Aerial
Systems (UAS) Data Analytics
Explore the foundations of remote sensing and data
analysis as related to UAS. Examine sensors and remote
sensing applications applicable to civil UAS operations
with emphasis on data acquisition and processing. CEUs
issued. $347 includes $287 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
1-5:30 pm
CTU 310
CCPT 317
July 7
NEW
Discover applications of UAS in business and learn
how to start and operate a UAS business. Create a
business plan. Review current and possible future
FAA regulations and licensing requirements, legal
considerations and privacy concerns. CEUs issued. $587
includes $387 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
CCPT
Sa
8:30 am-5:30 pm July 16
VIRTUALIZATION AND
CLOUD COMPUTING
Prerequisite: MCSA: Windows Server 2012.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed4Online.
ONLN ED4OL
OLT 317
Corequisite: OLT 318 VMware Virtual Certified Professional
vSphere 5 Part 2
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed4Online.
Build your skills in installing, configuring, and managing
the Horizon View component of VMware Horizon. CEUs
issued. $3,302 includes $2,314 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
MTuWTh 9 am-5 pm
CompTIA Cloud Essentials
Certification Prep
OLA 376
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Introduction to Camtasia Studio 8
Learn the basics of cloud computing and services
in preparation for the CompTIA Cloud Essentials
certification exam. Develop the ability to make effective
decisions to meet IT challenges based on the risks
and benefits of cloud computing. CEUs issued. $1,492
includes $1,047 fee.
ONLN NHRZ
June 1-3
Learn to install, configure and manage VMware vSphere
6, including VMware ESXi 6 and VMware vCenter
Server 6. Explore how to administer a VMware vSphere
infrastructure for an organization of any size. CEUs
issued. $4,132 includes $2,895 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Learning Center.
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
Understanding the Cloud
Learn everything you need to truly understand the
Creative Cloud, including how it works, what drives it,
why it’s so popular and how to make it work for you.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
ONH 301
CompTIA Cloud+
Learn the basics of cloud computing concepts,
virtualization and cloud security. Gain knowledge and
explore best practices required of IT practitioners
working in cloud environments to understand and
deliver cloud infrastructure. CEUs issued. $2,482
includes $1,740 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 27-July 1
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Robert Fuller
Robert Fuller
Robert Fuller
CTC 329
Flash: Web Graphic Design
Use the Flash vector-based application to create Web
animation that downloads quickly. Learn techniques for
drawing and tracing. Explore overlays, frames, layers,
symbols, masks, motion tweening, motion guides and
color effects. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $461 includes $142 fee.
Prerequisite: CTC 357 Windows 7 Basic or equivalent
knowledge. Students seeking a Web design CEWD certificate
must complete CTC 328 Photoshop: Web Graphic Design.
OLA 372
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Become a desktop video guru with Camtasia Studio.
Use this suite of tools to record, edit and produce
professional-level videos, then export finished
productions to almost any type of device. CEUs issued.
$132 includes $72 fee.
WEB GRAPHICS DESIGN
NEW
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
July 11-14
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 303
MW
8 sessions
CCPT 333
6-10 pm
June 2-28
4 sessions
GBTC
8:30 am-4:30 pmJuly 16-Aug. 6
8 sessions
CALT 138
6-10 pm
Aug. 29-Sept. 26
CTC 328
Photoshop: Web Graphic Design
Create high-quality, low-bandwidth graphics for the
Web using the toolbox and tool options palette, layers
and channels, paint and text tools, and color and color
corrections. Learn how to create banners and rollovers.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $461 includes $142 fee.
Prerequisite: CTC 357 Windows 7 Basic or equivalent
knowledge.
Note: Bring a USB drive to class to store files.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
MW
4 sessions
GBTC 408
8:30 am-4:30 pmJune 11-July 9
8 sessions
CALT 138
6-10 pm
Aug. 1-24
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
85
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Learn to install, configure and manage VMware’s
virtualization platform, including installation of ESXi
hosts, use of VMware vCenter Server, networking and
security. Prepare for the VMWare VCP-510 certification
exam. CEUs issued. $500† includes $238 fee.
NEW
VMware Horizon:
Install, Configure, Manage v6
VIDEO AND VIDEO EDITING
ONH 300
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
VMware Virtual Certified
Professional vSphere 5 Part 1
ONLN ED4OL
ONLN ED4OL
VMware vSphere v6
Learn about Microsoft’s primary database system for
all business sizes and types as a globally recognized
standard for IT professionals. Gain expertise in
managing and implementing Microsoft private cloud
computing technologies. Prepare for the MS 70-243
Administering and Deploying System Center 2012
Configuration Manager, MS 70-246 Monitoring and
Operating a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 and
MS 70-247 Configuring and Deploying a Private Cloud
with System Center 2012 exams. CEUs issued. $1,000†
includes $475 fee.
Sec. 301 June 1-July 27
Corequisite: OLT 317 VMware Virtual Certified Professional
vSphere 5 Part 1.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed4Online.
ONH 360
MCSE: Private Cloud
Sec. 301 June 1-July 27
Learn about vCenter, vSphere, storage, virtual machines,
service levels, troubleshooting and server alarms.
Prepare for the VMWare VCP-510 certification exam.
CEUs issued. $500† includes $238 fee.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
WThF 9 am-5 pm
NEW
ONH 359
NEW
VMware Virtual Certified
Professional vSphere 5 Part 2
Sec. 301 June 1-July 27
Expanding Your Business with
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
OLA 399
OLT 318
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
OLA 326
Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking
Learn to use Photoshop Elements digital editing
techniques to show off photos and memorabilia. Build
multilayer pages and create clip art. Experiment with an
endless array of layouts and designs, artistic journaling
and frames. CEUs issued. $132† includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
Beverly Schulz
CTT 397
Dreamweaver: Web Graphic Design
Learn the basics of Dreamweaver. Explore planning a
website, designing and using layers, building tables,
creating animated banners, laying out pages and
managing the site. Build dynamic Web pages using
image maps, rollovers and other features. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$461 includes $142 fee.
Prerequisite: CTC 357 Windows 7 Basic or equivalent
knowledge and CTC 329 Flash: Web Graphic Design.
Note: Bring a USB drive to class to store files.
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
Sa
8 sessions
CCPT 333
6-10 pm
June 30-July 26
4 sessions
GBTC 408
8:30 am-4:30 pmAug. 13-Sept. 10
Adobe Acrobat
Learn to use Adobe Acrobat to create and deliver
secure, high-quality PDF documents. Explore how
to assemble electronic or paper files, websites,
engineering drawings and email into reliable and easily
shareable PDFs. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $101 includes $37 fee.
Prerequisite: CTC 357 Windows 7 Basic or equivalent
knowledge. Students seeking a Web design CEWD certificate
must complete CTT 397 Dreamweaver: Web Graphic Design.
CCPT 333
July 28-Aug. 2
CTC 352
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Concept to Layout: Web Graphic Design
Use HTML code and Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash and
Photoshop to design and organize Web pages. Lay
out Web pages using storyboards; handle navigational
issues and external links; define image organization
and information design; and set up style sheets. Select
multimedia files and graphics that promote themes.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $132 includes $27 fee.
Prerequisite: CTT 374 Adobe Acrobat.
Note: For students enrolled in the Web design CEWD
certificate program.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
TuTh
6-9:30 pm
86
OLA 327
Creating WordPress Websites 2
CTT 368
Web Design Level 1: HTML
Develop websites using HTML programming. Focus on
Web design techniques, creating an HTML document,
formatting text, adding graphics and multimedia. Use
forms to control input, work with tables and control
page layout. Textbook available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $206 includes $27 fee.
Discover how to use WordPress to create and manage
dynamic websites and blogs without any technical
coding. Learn how to choose a domain name and
hosting company, and install the software. Use plug-ins
to add a shopping cart, optimize search engine results
and secure a website. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72
fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
CCPT 331
Sa
8:30 am-12:15 pm June 4-25
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
OLT 346
OLA 340
NEW
Design and build fully responsive websites optimized for
smartphones, tablets and laptop/desktop environments.
Address responsive Web design from scaling elements
and adjusting page layout, to adapting color schemes
and implementing accessible forms. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 5-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Karlins
David Karlins
David Karlins
OLA 312
Learn to write HTML code for page content and CSS
code for page styling. Create pages that work in both
full-sized media and mobile devices. Discover how
to build forms and embed video. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Karlins
David Karlins
David Karlins
OLA 323
Introduction to CorelDRAW X5
Create newsletters, greeting cards, Web graphics, logos
and exquisite art from photos. Learn about line and
shape tools, color fills, layers, text tools, page layout,
templates and import and export functions. Explore
special effects including shadows, transparencies, 3-D
effects, distortions and PowerClips. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
John Agress
John Agress
John Agress
Introduction to Final Cut Pro X
Responsive Web Design
Advanced Web Pages
CTT 374
Sec. 301 2 sessions
TuTh
6-9:30 pm
WEBSITE DESIGN
AND DEVELOPMENT
John Sadlouskos
John Sadlouskos
John Sadlouskos
CCPT 333
Aug. 4-11
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Learn how to use Apple’s Final Cut Pro X editing
software to edit video presentations. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Lewis Weinberg
Lewis Weinberg
Lewis Weinberg
OLA 370
Write Effective Web Content
Learn how to write Web content and produce
multimedia elements to make your website or blog
a must-visit site on the Internet. CEUs issued. $132
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Linda Aksomitis
Linda Aksomitis
Linda Aksomitis
OLI 344
Designing Effective Websites
Learn powerful graphic design techniques for building
an effective website. Examine the basics of user
centered design, five steps to organizing information,
how site design themes can be used for information
delivery and Web page design considerations. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Patricia Franks
Patricia Franks
Patricia Franks
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y
WINDOWS 8.1
OLI 394
Introduction to Creating
a WordPress Website
Learn how to organize a blog or website, create
appealing content and achieve better positions on
search engine results pages. Create pages and posts,
add images and videos, and use design themes. CEUs
issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
John Agress
John Agress
John Agress
OLN 381
Creating Web Pages
Learn the capabilities of the Internet and the
fundamentals of Web design. Plan the content,
structure, links and layout of a website. Learn about
search engine listings and low-cost marketing
strategies. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Craig Powers
Craig Powers
Craig Powers
OLT 300
Creating jQuery Mobile Websites
Build a complete, professional mobile site and define
it as an alternate to a site aimed at desktop and laptop
users. Learn to use Dreamweaver’s jQuery Mobile tools
as well as JavaScript. CEUs issued. $132 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Karlins
David Karlins
David Karlins
OLA 385
Graphic Design for Visual Presentations
Make visual presentations look professional and
communicate effectively. Learn advanced techniques
on graphic design principles, including page layout,
typography and basic design considerations. Create
an effective visual presentation on any software you
choose. CEUs issued. $202 includes $105 fee.
ONH 343
Configuring Windows 8.1
Learn to install and customize Windows 8.1 operating
systems and apps, integrate and control access
to domains and cloud services, and migrate and
synchronize settings across multiple devices. CEUs
issued. $2,982 includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisites: Minimum two years’ experience in the
IT field; knowledge of networking fundamentals including
Transmission Control Protocol /Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), User
Datagram Protocol (UDP), and Domain Name System (DNS);
knowledge of Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services
(AD DS) principles and fundamentals of AD DS management;
understanding of the certificate security and working
knowledge of the fundamentals of Active Directory Certificate
Services (AD CS); understanding of Windows Server 2008
R2 or Windows Server 2012 fundamentals; understanding of
Microsoft Windows Client essentials; basic understanding of
Windows PowerShell syntax; basic awareness of Windows
deployment tools (Windows ADK components: Windows
PE, Windows SIM, VAMT, ImageX, USMT, and DISM concepts
and fundamentals) but no actual prerequisite skills with the
specific tools are assumed.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONH 358
Advanced Automated Administration
with Windows PowerShell
Learn advanced automated administration with
Windows PowerShell 3.0 built on Windows Server 2012
R2 and Windows 8.1. Focused on Windows PowerShell
v4.0, it also is relevant in Windows PowerShell 2.0 and
3.0. CEUs issued. $1,792 includes $1,257 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
WThF 9 am-5 pm
Jenna Soard
Classes are continually added to the schedule.
For information regarding additional sections of
these courses and more, contact Cyber and
Technology Training at 410-777-7126.
ONLN NHRZ
June 1-3
Automating Administration
with Windows PowerShell
Learn how to remotely manage single or multiple
Windows-based servers and automate day-to-day
management and administration tasks with Windows
PowerShell 3.0. CEUs issued. $2,982 includes
$2,090 fee.
Prerequisites: Experience in general Windows Server
and Windows Client administration or experience in
administering and supporting application servers and services
including applications such as Exchange, SharePoint and
SQL, experience installing and configuring Windows Server
into existing enterprise environments, or as stand-alone
installations, knowledge and experience of network adapter
configuration, basic active directory user administration, and
basic disk configuration. Knowledge and hands on experience
specifically with Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 would
be of benefit but are not essential.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
WINDOWS SERVER
OLA 398
MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 1
Discover new features and enhancements for
transforming virtualization and cloud computing in
Windows Server 2012. Prepare for these certification
exams: Microsoft 70-410, “Installing and Configuring
Windows Server 2012;” Microsoft 70-411, “Administering
Windows Server 2012;” Microsoft 70-412, “Configuring
Advanced Windows Server 2012;” and Microsoft 70-417,
“Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012.”
CEUs issued. $667† includes $357 fee.
Prerequisite: Basic Windows Server operating system
knowledge and experience.
Corequisite: OLT 315 MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 2
and OLT 316 MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 3.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed4Online.
Sec. 301 June 1-July 27
ONLN ED4OL
OLT 315
MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 2
Practice installing, configuring and administering
Window Server with hands-on labs. Prepare for these
certification exams: Microsoft 70-410, “Installing and
Configuring Windows Server 2012;” Microsoft 70-411,
“Administering Windows Server 2012;” Microsoft
70-412, “Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012;”
and Microsoft 70-417, “Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA
Windows Server 2012.” CEUs issued. $667† includes
$357 fee.
Prerequisite: Basic Windows Server operating system
knowledge and experience.
Corequisite: OLA 398 MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 1
and OLT 316 MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 3.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed4Online.
Sec. 301 June 1-July 27
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
ONLN ED4OL
87
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
ONLN LERN
ONLN NHRZ
June 13-17
WINDOWS POWERSHELL
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 Aug. 1-26
ONH 357
C YB E R A N D T E C H N O LO G Y • E N V I R O N M E N TA L E D U C AT I O N
OLT 316
WIRELESS
ENV 582
Prepare for these certification exams: Microsoft 70-410,
“Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012;”
Microsoft 70-411, “Administering Windows Server
2012;” Microsoft 70-412, “Configuring Advanced
Windows Server 2012;” and Microsoft 70-417,
“Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012.”
CEUs issued. $667† includes $350 fee.
ONL 361
Learn integrated pest management in ornamental
landscapes. Identify abiotic factors, weeds, insects,
mites, pathogens and nematodes that occur on
landscape ornamentals in the Mid-Atlantic. Discover
chemical and nonchemical pest management tactics,
safety concerns and business practices. CEUs issued.
$350† includes $277 fee.
MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 3
Prerequisite: Basic Windows Server operating system
knowledge and experience.
Corequisite: OLA 398 MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 1
and OLT 315 MCSA: Windows Server 2012 Part 2.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Ed4Online.
Sec. 301 June 1-July 27
ONLN ED4OL
ONH 351
Installing and Configuring
Windows Server 2012
Gain the knowledge and skill to implement and
configure core services including Active Directory
Domain Services (AD DS), networking services and
Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012. CEUs issued. $2,982
includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisites: Good Windows operating system knowledge
and experience required. Good understanding of networking
fundamentals, configuration of security and administration
tasks in an enterprise environment, and experience supporting
or configuring Microsoft Windows clients necessary.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
Sec. 302 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
ONLN NHRZ
July 11-15
ONH 352
Administering Windows Server 2012
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Learn to perform the administrative tasks necessary to
maintain a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure such as
configuring and troubleshooting name resolution, user
and group management with Active Directory Domain
Services (AD DS) and Group Policy. CEUs issued. $2,982
includes $2,090 fee.
Prerequisites: Knowledge and skills concerning the initial
implementation and configuration of core Windows Server
services including Active Directory Domain Services (AD
DS), Networking Services and Microsoft Hyper-V. The course
prerequisites can be met by having knowledge equivalent
to, or by attendance at, ONH-351, Installing and Configuring
Windows Server 2012.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with New
Horizons Computer Learning Center.
Sec. 301 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
Sec. 302 5 sessions
MTuWThF9 am-5 pm
ONLN NHRZ
June 6-10
ONLN NHRZ
July 11-15
Wireless Networking
Learn about the latest wireless technology and how
it works. Understand how to build and connect to a
wireless network. Explore standards, security, satellite
Internet and cellular phone technology and the future of
wireless. CEUs issued. $132 includes $72 fee.
Prerequisite: OLN 390 Intermediate Networking or
equivalent working knowledge.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
David Iseminger
Sec. 301 June 6-Sept. 23 ONLN EXPRS
ENV 583
David Jefferson
NEW
Learn the principles of integrated pest management
in greenhouses and interior ornamental plants. CEUs
issued. $350† includes $277 fee.
See additional alternative and sustainable energy
courses on page 14. Visit us on the Web at
www.aacc.edu/environment. For information
regarding a CEWD certificate in Environmental
Landscape Management, see
pages 104-109.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Express
Certification. Meets the education requirement for the
Maryland Department of Agriculture pesticide applicator
certification exam, Category 3b, and the greenhouse portion of
the Virginia Ornamental, Category 3a.
Sec. 301 June 6-Sept. 23 ONLN EXPRS
ENV 584
David Jefferson
NEW
Turfgrass Management
OPT 306
Forest Conservation
Qualified Professional Training
Complete state-approved training leading to the
Maryland Forest Conservation Qualified Professional
license. Study forest stand delineation, tree inventories
and how changes in land use affects trees. CEUs issued.
$307 includes $27 fee.
Note: Applicants must have a B.S. degree or four years
of experience in natural resources or an M.S. degree and
one year of experience. Those completing this course may
apply for qualified professional status to prepare forest
conservation plans and stand delineations required by the
Forest Conservation Act.
Arnold campus
June 2-July 19
June 11 and 25
Earl Reaves
Note: No class June 21 and 23.
AGRICULTURE
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Express
Certification. Equivalent to six months as a registered
employee in Category 3c, Turfgrass Pest Management.
Sec. 301 June 6-Sept. 23 ONLN EXPRS
ENV 585
David Jefferson
NEW
Aquatic Pest Management
Prepare for certification in aquatic pest control,
Commercial Pesticide Applicator Category 5A. Learn
the principles of aquatic pest management, specifically
aquatic pest “plants.” Discover how aquatic weeds are
managed to protect property, people and resources.
CEUs issued. $350† includes $277 fee.
Sec. 301 June 6-Sept. 23 ONLN EXPRS
ENV 581
Pesticide Use and Safety
Prepare to take the Maryland private applicator’s
license exam. Learn about pest management, federal
pesticide laws, labeling, hazards and first aid, protective
equipment, environmental impact, storage and
emergency response. CEUs issued. $350† includes
$277 fee.
Sec. 301 June 6-Sept. 23 ONLN EXPRS
Learn how to diagnose and treat insect, disease and
weed problems in turf. CEUs issued. $350† includes
$277 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Express
Certification. Equivalent to six months as a registered
employee in the category, Aquatic Pest (weed) Control.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Express
Certification. Approved by the Maryland Department of
Agriculture for pesticide application certification/licensure.
88
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Express
Certification. Equivalent to six months as a registered
employee in the category: Ornamental-Exterior Pest
Management (Half of VA3a and WVA, 4a, and all of MD 3a).
Greenhouse and Interior Pest Management
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
Sec. 301 14 sessions
TuTh
6-8 pm
Sa
8 am-12:15 pm
NEW
Landscape and Exterior Pest Management
David Jefferson
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
ENV 586
David Jefferson
NEW
Wood Destroying Organisms
Learn the principles of integrated pest management
of wood-infesting pests, including identification and
management methods. CEUs issued. $350† includes
$277 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Express
Certification. Approved by the Maryland Department of
Agriculture for pesticide application certification/licensure.
Sec. 301 June 6-Sept. 23 ONLN EXPRS
David Jefferson
F I T N E S S C E R T I F I C AT I O N • F LO R A L D E S I G N
FITNESS CERTIFICATION
FIT 504
Visit us on the Web at www.aacc.edu/fitnesscert.
For fitness and recreation courses, see pages xx. AACC
is recognized by the Board of Certification Inc. to offer
continuing education for certified athletic trainers.
Become a certified fitness program provider for older
adults. Learn about physiological and physical effects
of aging, chronic health problems, safe warm-ups,
effective exercise programs, fitness assessments and
marketing to the older adults. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $699
includes $606 fee.
FIT 501
Business Success for Fitness Professionals
Learn how to develop business and pricing strategy
to build and maintain personal training clientele.
Discover strengths that can distinguish a business
from its competition. Learn online tools and channels
for marketing. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $150 includes $117 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with World
Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.). This course is approved
for 6 W.I.T.S. CECs and 0.6 IACET CEUs.
Sec. 301 June 1-Aug. 31
ONLN WITS
Mike Divello
FIT 502
Exercise Program Design
for Special Populations
Learn to design safe, effective exercise programs
for individuals with chronic health issues. Explore
the benefits of exercise and designing programs
for individuals with heart disease, hypertension,
asthma, obesity, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis and
musculoskeletal problems. Textbook information
available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued. $150
includes $117 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with World
Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.). Approved for 6 W.I.T.S.
CECs and 0.6 IACET CEUs. Approved by the Maryland Board
of Physical Therapy Examiners and the Maryland Board of
Occupational Therapy Practice for0.6 CEUs or 6 contact hours.
Sec. 301 June 1-Aug. 31
ONLN WITS
Amy Hyams
FIT 503
Nutritional Concepts
Explore nutritional information and concepts. Learn diet
planning, government standards, food labeling, and the
biological functions and food sources of each nutrient.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $150 includes $117 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with World
Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.). Approved for 6 W.I.T.S.
CECs and 0.6 IACET CEUs.
ONLN WITS
Anna Bustamante
Note: Offered in partnership with World Instructor Training
School (W.I.T.S.). Students have one year to complete the
W.I.T.S. course. Eighteen hours of online lecture and training
preparation, nine hours of live labs, three hours of testing and
a 20-hour internship are included. Location and dates for
mandatory practical training dates to be provided by W.I.T.S.
Sec. 301 June 1-1
ONLN WITS
Amy Hyams
Note: Practical training mandatory meeting dates and location to be
determined by WITS.
HTH 590
Personal Fitness Trainer
Certification - Level 2
Upgrade your personal training techniques and expand
your client base. Discuss the principles of building
muscle and losing fat. Learn advanced workout routines
and how to design an advanced nutrition program
for clients. Learn all aspects of developing a personal
training business. Includes certification exam, which
has a written and a practical component where you
demonstrate safety techniques. CEUs issued. $112
includes $82 fee.
Prerequisite: CFR 575 Personal Fitness Trainer Certification
or permission of the instructor.
Note: Offered in partnership with American Aerobic
Association International/International Sports Medicine
Association (AAAI/ISMA). Study guide recommended. Read
before class. Call 410-777-2939 for study guide information.
FIT 505
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-6 pm
Learn recently published information regarding group
exercise history, music, choreography and safety
techniques. Review basic applied science relating to
cardiovascular and muscular health and flexibility.
Practical labs include skill development for functional
training, sports conditioning, circuit, boot camp,
dance, step, kickboxing hi-low, aqua, indoor cycling
and equipment-based class techniques. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$699 includes $606 fee.
CSS 586
Group Exercise Certification
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with World
Instructor Training Schools (W.I.T.S.). Students have one year
to complete. Nine modules, four-day practical lab, 30-hour
internship, and written and practical exam are included.
Location and dates for mandatory practical training dates to
be provided by W.I.T.S.
Sec. 301 June 1-1
ONLN WITS
Amy Hyams
AMIL
July 9
Joseph Cannon
Sports Nutrition Consultant Certification
Learn in-depth principles of nutrition to help sports
clients with specific dietary and nutritional needs.
Discuss current nutritional research, herb and vitamin
supplements, and body composition testing. Explore
links between nutrition and athletic performance and
types of diet plans. Includes written exam. CEUs issued.
$112 includes $82 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with American Aerobic
Association International/International Sports Medicine
Association (AAAI/ISMA). Study guide recommended. Read
before class. Study guide available at AACC Bookstore.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
10 am-6 pm
AMIL
July 23
Joseph Cannon
Note: Practical training mandatory meeting dates and location to be
determined by WITS.
FLORAL DESIGN
CFR 575
For information regarding a CEWD certificate in Floral
Design, see pages 104-109.
Personal Fitness Trainer Certification
Study the principles of strength conditioning, aerobic
conditioning and cross training. Learn fitness testing
and how to determine body composition. Learn injury
prevention and identification plus marketing, motivation
and designing individual fitness programs. Includes
certification exam, which has a written and practical
component where you demonstrate safety techniques.
CEUs issued. $112 includes $82 fee.
Note: Offered in partnership with American Aerobic
Association International/International Sports Medicine
Association (AAAI/ISMA). Study guide recommended. Read
before class. Study guide available at AACC Bookstore.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
Sa
1 session
10 am-6 pm
1 session
10 am-6 pm
AMIL
June 18
AMIL
Aug. 20
Joseph Cannon
FLD 304
NEW
Floriculture 1: Basic Floral Design
Discuss the tools, vocabulary and techniques required
to create basic floral designs. Practice the elements and
principles of design while creating floral arrangements.
Take home at least one arrangement. $302 includes
$167 fee.
Note: Students must bring a floral knife or sharp pocketknife,
pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors. A box to carry
home arrangements is highly recommended. To ease back
stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step stool or
other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
Arnold campus
Sa
10 am-3:30 pm June 4-18
Ken Norman
Joseph Cannon
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sec. 301 June 1-Aug. 31
Older Adult Specialist Certification
F LO R A L D E S I G N • H E A LT H C A R E
FLR 322
FLD 309
NEW
Start Your Own Floral Business
Explore the essential elements of starting a business in
the floral industry. Examine floral shop setup essentials,
wholesale floral purchasing, insurance and legal
considerations, marketing, and customer service skills.
$140† includes $77 fee.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
FLR 326
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
NEW
Summer Flowers
Build on proficiency and confidence in basic design
techniques taught in Floriculture 1. Students will develop
speed and accuracy in using a variety of construction
mechanics and techniques. $109 includes $37 fee.
Prerequisite: Floriculture 1.
Note: Students must bring a floral knife or sharp
pocketknife, pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors.
A box to carry home arrangements is highly recommended.
To ease back stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy
box, step stool or other riser to elevate arrangements while
designing. Students also bring flowers and containers for
session two as advised by the instructor.
Create artistic, summer-inspired floral arrangements
using sunflowers, zinnia, garden roses and other flowers
and botanical elements. Select materials, construction
mechanics and techniques for loss prevention and
optimal display life of an arrangement. $105 includes
$72 fee.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
Sa
10 am-1 pm
Sec. 301 1 session
W
6-9:15 pm
Note: Students are required to bring a floral knife or sharp
pocketknife, pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors.
A box to carry home arrangements is highly recommended. To
ease back stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step
stool or other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Note: Students must bring a floral knife or sharp pocketknife,
pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors. A box to carry
home arrangements is highly recommended. To ease back
stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step stool or
other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
FLD 307
Arnold campus
June 15
Bianca Lord
NEW
Sympathy Flowers
Examine a wide variety of sympathy tributes, the
industry terminology, construction mechanics and
design requirements for each type. Discuss the
elements of family consultations and coordination
with funeral directors. Create traditional funeral
arrangements such as a casket spray and standing
spray. $156 includes $102 fee.
Note: Students are required to bring a floral knife or sharp
pocketknife, pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors.
A box to carry home arrangements is highly recommended. To
ease back stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step
stool or other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
10 am-4:30 pm June 25
FLD 314
Carol Inskeep
Create stunning, realistic flower arrangements using
contemporary silk flowers and other permanent
botanicals currently used by floral design professionals.
Explore a variety of construction mechanics and
professional design techniques. At least one
arrangement will be taken home. $161 includes $132 fee.
Note: Students are required to bring a floral knife or sharp
pocketknife, pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors.
A box to carry home arrangements is highly recommended. To
ease back stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step
stool or other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Sec. 301 1 session
W
6:15-9:30 pm
90
Arnold campus
June 29
FLD 315
Arnold campus
July 9-16
Bianca Lord
Teresa Godfrey
NEW
Hotel Lobby and Corporate Flowers
Create a floral arrangement for a corporate reception
area and participate in a group project to create a
hotel lobby display. Identify flowers and botanicals
suitable for longevity. Evaluate container selection, best
mechanics, corporate brand, and client preferences.
$101 includes $72 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Tu
6:15-9:30 pm
FLD 305
Arnold campus
July 12
Carol Inskeep
NEW
Floriculture 2: Intermediate Floral Design
Develop floral design proficiency by working on
intermediate design styles. Review requirements for
basic floral designs. Identify holiday designs. Discover
advanced techniques for foam and vase arrangements.
Take home at least one arrangement. $302 includes $167.
Note: Students must bring a floral knife or sharp pocketknife,
pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors. A box to carry
home arrangements is highly recommended. To ease back
stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step stool or
other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
Arnold campus
Sa
10 am-3:30 pm July 23-Aug. 6
NEW
Permanent Botanical
and Silk Flower Arranging
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
FLD 317
NEW
Floriculture 1: Lab
FLD 311
Ken Norman
NEW
Party and Event Flowers
Create over-the-top arrangements using premium
flowers for corporate and social events. Identify event
needs, develop a design, evaluate the mechanics
required and construct various stunning event
centerpiece arrangements. $189 includes $135 fee.
Note: Students are required to bring a floral knife or sharp
pocketknife, pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors.
A box to carry home arrangements is highly recommended. To
ease back stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step
stool or other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
M
6:30-9:30 pm
Arnold campus
Aug. 8-15
Teresa Godfrey
NEW
Wedding: Personal Flowers
Discover how to create the bouquets every bride
dreams of as well as coordinating corsages and
boutonnieres. Learn traditional and contemporary floral
design techniques. $161 includes $107 fee.
Prerequisite: Floriculture 1 FLD 304
Note: Students are required to bring a floral knife or sharp
pocketknife, pruning shears, wire cutters and ribbon scissors.
A box to carry home arrangements is highly recommended. To
ease back stress, students may wish to bring a sturdy box, step
stool or other riser to elevate arrangements while designing.
Sec. 301 1 session
Arnold campus
Sa
10 am-4:30 pm Aug. 13
Teresa Godfrey
HEALTH CARE
For caregiver training see health in the personal
enrichment section, page xx. For personal health
courses for nonprofessionals see health in the personal
enrichment section, pages xx. For Career Exploration
courses, see page 63.
ASSISTED LIVING
ALM 502
NEW
Assisted Living Manager - Update
Update knowledge in several areas, including
philosophy of care for assisted living facilities, the aging
process, developing a service plan and managing clinical
environment. 2.0 contact hours/20 CE hours awarded.
$325 includes $10 supply/lab fee.
Note: Update is required every two years by DHMH
(OHCQ) to maintain licensure for assisted living facilities with
five beds or more in Maryland.
Sec. 301 3 sessions
TuTh
9 am-5 pm
GBTC
July 26-Aug. 2
Julie Kennedy
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT/
CPR/FIRST AID
NRN 513
ACLS Certification
Discuss the importance of team management and
communication, systems of care and immediate postcardiac arrest care. Examine airway management and
related pharmacology. Practice in large group sessions
as well as small group learning and testing stations.
CEUs issued. $275 includes $67 fee.
Note: Only for active health care providers whose training
and scope of practice include a knowledge base surrounding
the foundation of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
knowledge and skill. For successful completion, students
must demonstrate skills competency in all learning stations,
pass CPR AED skills test, bag mask ventilation skills test, a
Megacode test and written exam along with other critical
skills. Students receive a two-year American Heart Association
(AHA) ACLS course completion card. ACLS textbook provided
in class. Dress comfortably.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
SaSu
9 am-6 pm
GBTC
June 4-5
Kyle Hastings
H E A LT H C A R E
NRN 514
ACLS Recertification
Review the importance of team management and
communication, systems of care and immediate postcardiac arrest care. Discuss airway management and
related pharmacology. Practice in large group sessions
as well as small group learning and testing stations.
CEUs issued. $175 includes $67 fee.
Note: Only for students who have a current (unexpired)
American Heart Association (AHA) Advanced Cardiac Life
Support (ACLS) card (must present card to instructor at the
beginning of the course). Students must be active health
care providers whose training and scope of practice include
a knowledge base surrounding the foundation of ACLS. For
successful completion, students must demonstrate skills
competency in all learning stations, pass CPR AED skills test,
bag mask ventilation skills test, a Megacode test and written
exam along with other critical skills. Students receive a twoyear AHA ACLS course completion card. ACLS Recertification
textbook will be provided in class. Dress comfortably.
Sec. 301 1 session
Su
9 am-6 pm
NRN 517
GBTC
June 26
Valerie Wright
NEW
ACLS Skills Testing
Gain hands-on practice in American Cardiac Life
Support (ACLS) following the American Heart
Association (AHA) e-Learning course. Participate in
case-based scenarios, interactive activities and videos.
CEUs awarded. $175 includes $85 fee.
Prerequisite: HeartCode® ACLS Part 1, Basic Life Support
(BLS) Health Care Provider (HCP) CPR Card.
Note: Meets the requirements for obtaining an AHA ACLS
Provider course completion card. The skills session is a handson portion of the AHA e-Learning course that includes parts
2 and 3, skills practice and testing. For information regarding
part 1, visit www.onlineAHA.org. ACLS Skills Testing by
appointment only. To schedule ACLS Skills Testing session
appointment, call 410-777-2974.
Sec. 301
M
Sec. 302
M
1 session
10 am-noon
1 session
1-3 pm
GBTC 513
June 13
GBTC 513
July 18
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
NSN 308
CPR for Health Care Professionals
Note: Bring textbook “BLS for Health Care Providers” and
pocket mask (not face shield) to class. Both available at AACC
Bookstore. Read before class. Dress comfortably. Students
who come unprepared may be asked to attend another class.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
Sa
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
GBTC
June 11
GBTC
June 18
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Continued next column.
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
GBTC
June 25
GBTC
July 9
GBTC
July 16
GBTC
July 23
GBTC
July 30
GBTC
Aug. 6
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
NSN 309
Health Care Provider CPR Recertification
Provides a Basic Life Support update for health care
providers, rescue personnel and lifeguards. Reviews
one- and two-rescuer CPR, airway management, use
of the automated external defibrillator (AED) and use
of bag-valve-mask and pocket mask. CEUs issued. $62
includes $17 fee.
Note: Bring current American Heart Association
certification card to class. Bring textbook “BLS for Health
Care Providers” and pocket mask (not face shield) to class.
Both available at AACC Bookstore. Read before class. Dress
comfortably. Students who come unprepared may be asked to
attend another class.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 303
Sa
Sec. 304
Sa
Sec. 305
Sa
Sec. 306
Sa
Sec. 307
Sa
Sec. 308
Sa
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
1 session
9 am-1 pm
GBTC
June 11
GBTC
June 18
GBTC
June 25
GBTC
July 9
GBTC
July 16
GBTC
July 23
GBTC
July 30
GBTC
Aug. 6
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
NRN 518
Basic Life Support (BLS) Health
Care Provider Skills Tresting
Gain hands-on experience of the AHA Basic Life
Support (BLS) Health Care Provider course including
Parts 2 and 3, skills practice and testing. CEUs issued.
$85† includes $46 fee.
Prerequisite: Basic Life Support (BLS) Health Care Provider
(HCP) Part I e-Learning course
Note: Course meets the requirements for obtaining an
AHA BLS Health Care Provider course completion card. For
information regarding Part 1, visit www.onlineAHA.org. To
schedule BLS Skills Testing session, call 410-777-2974. Must
call for appoinment.
Sec. 301
W
Sec. 302
W
Sec. 303
W
1 session
9-11 am
1 session
noon-2 pm
1 session
11 am-1 pm
GBTC 513
June 22
GBTC 513
July 13
GBTC 513
Aug. 10
NRG 339
Heart Saver AED
Learn CPR for infants, children and adults and effective
use of the automated external defibrillator (AED) to
shock the death-producing abnormal heart rhythm
of ventricular fibrillation (VF). AEDs can be used
successfully by minimally trained emergency personnel,
lay responders and family members or co-workers
of people at high risk for sudden cardiac death. CEUs
issued. $62 includes $17 fee.
Note: Bring textbook “Heart Saver AED” and pocket mask
(not face shield) to class. Both available at AACC Bookstore.
Read book before class. Dress comfortably. Students who
come unprepared may be asked to attend another class.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
Sa
1 session
12:30-4:30 pm
1 session
12:30-4:30 pm
GBTC
June 18
GBTC
July 9
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
NRN 519
Heart Saver CPR/AED Skills Testing
Gain hands-on experience for the AHA Heart Saver
CPR/AED course that includes Parts 2 and 3, skills
practice and testing. CEUs issued. $50† includes
$13 fee.
Prerequisite: Heart Saver CPR/AED Part I e-Learning course
Note: Course meets the requirements for obtaining an
AHA Heart Saver CPR/AED course completion card. For
information regarding Part 1, visit www.onlineAHA.org. For
Heartsaver CPR/AED Skills testing session appointment, call
410-777-2974. Must call for appointment.
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
Th
Sec. 303
Th
1 session
2-4 pm
1 session
10 am-noon
1 session
1-3 pm
GBTC 513
June 30
GBTC 513
July 28
GBTC 513
Aug. 18
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
NRN 332
Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED
Child care providers, teachers, camp counselors,
security personnel, fitness trainers, lifeguards and any
other nonmedical personnel learn adult, infant and child
CPR and choking procedures. Discuss basic first aid,
medical emergencies and environmental emergencies.
Train to use an AED (automated external defibrillator).
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $112 includes $22 fee.
Note: Students receive a two-year certification. Bring
textbook “Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED” and pocket mask to
class. Both available at AACC bookstore. Read before class.
Dress comfortably.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 303
Sa
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
1 session
9 am-5 pm
GBTC
June 4
GBTC
July 16
GBTC
Aug. 20
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
91
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Basic Life Support for health care providers, rescue
personnel and lifeguards. Learn infant, child and adult
CPR, use of the automated external defibrillator (AED),
mouth-to-mouth, use of barrier devices and bag-mask
techniques. CEUs issued. $97 includes $19 fee.
Sec. 303
Sa
Sec. 304
Sa
Sec. 305
Sa
Sec. 306
Sa
Sec. 307
Sa
Sec. 308
Sa
H E A LT H C A R E
NRN 520
NEW
Heart Saver First Aid Skills Testing
Gain hands-on experience for the AHA Heart Saver First
Aid course that includes parts 2 and 3, skills practice and
testing. CEUs awarded. $50 includes $20 fee.
Prerequisite: AHA Heart Saver First Aid Part 1
e-Learning course.
Note: Course meets the requirements for obtaining an AHA
Heart Saver First Aid course completion card. For information
regarding Part 1, visit www.onlineAHA.org.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
Tu
Sec. 303
Tu
1 session
10 am-noon
1 session
1-3 pm
1 session
2-4 pm
GBTC 513
June 28
GBTC 513
July 12
GBTC 513
Aug. 23
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
Kyle Hastings
NURSING
Students who are involved in clinical placement
(Licensed Nurse Refresher and Medicine Aide students)
are required by the college to complete a criminal
background check. Final acceptance in the program
shall be contingent upon satisfactory completion
of a criminal background check. A separate criminal
background check may also be required by a clinical
site prior to placement. If a student is denied from
a clinical site, due to a background check result, the
student shall be dismissed from the program and his/
her registration withdrawn from courses related to the
program. Students may be automatically dismissed
from the program if they have not been truthful or have
provided inaccurate information in the application. For
information visit www.aacc.edu/healthcare or contact
the Continuing Professional Education office
[email protected] or 410-777-2970. For information
regarding a CEWD certificate in Licensed Nurse
Refresher and Medicine Aide, Licensed Nurse Refresher
and Medicine Aide, see pages 104-109.
NRN 521
NEW
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Licensed Nurse Refresher – Theory
RNs and LPNs with active or inactive Maryland nursing
license planning to re-enter the nursing field can update
their knowledge. Review medical-surgical nursing topics
including anatomy, physiology, major disease pathology
and treatment strategies. Study pharmacology, physical
assessment, nursing process, documentation and
patient care trends. $912 includes $456 fee.
Note: Cannot sign-up for NSN 387 until after completion of
NRN 521. Online course.
Sec. 301 Sept. 19-Dec. 5
ONLN HYBR
Tina Jones
NRG 306
Licensed Nurse Refresher: Part 1 Theory
Registered nurses and licensed practical nurses with
an active or inactive Maryland nursing license planning
to re-enter the nursing field, update their knowledge.
Review medical-surgical nursing topics including
anatomy, physiology, major disease pathology, current
treatment strategies and legal issues.
Study pharmacology, physical assessment, nursing
process, documentation and current patient care trends.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $912 includes $237 fee.
Corequisite: NSN 387 Licensed Nurse Refresher
Part 2 Clinical.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing. To
register, you must have prior approval from the program
coordinator. For qualifications and registration instructions visit
www.aacc.edu/healthcare/nurserefresher.cfm. Begin
registration process now.
Sec. 301 30 sessions
MW
6-9:45 pm
GBTC
Aug. 24-Dec. 12 Trisha Lipscomb
NSN 387
Licensed Nurse Refresher Part 2 Clinical
Gain hands-on experience in a hospital setting as a
registered nurse or licensed practical nurse. Practice
skills for four weekends in acute medical-surgical
nursing and subacute nursing facilities supervised
by practicing nursing experts. Dedicate three college
lab days to practicing physical assessment and
psychomotor skills. Handle patient assignments,
complete documentation and care plans, and administer
medications. CEUs issued. $922 includes $222 fee.
Corequisite: NRG 306 Licensed Nurse Refresher
Part 1 - Theory.
Note: To register, you must have prior approval from the
program coordinator. Background check is required. For course
information, qualifications and registration instructions visit
www.aacc.edu/healthcare/nurserefresher.cfm. Begin
registration process now.
Sec. 301 4 sessions
SaSu
7 am-4 pm
Arnold campus
Oct. 15-Nov. 20
Trisha Lipscomb
Note: Class meet at the Arnold campus on Oct. 15, Oct. 16, Oct. 22 and
Oct. 23. Class meets at AAMC on Oct. 29, Oct. 30, Nov. 5, Nov. 6, Nov. 12,
Nov. 13, Nov. 19 and Nov. 20.
NRN 500
RN, CM/DN Training Program
in Assisted Living
Maryland Board of Nursing-approved course required
for nurses desiring to function as an RN Case Manager /
Delegating Nurse in the Assisted Living setting. The RN
CM/DN meets the requirements to delegate nursing
functions including medication administration and
also to supervise the medication technician. The nurse
will be authorized to teach the 20-hour Medication
Administration Training Program to the Medication
Technician (MT) working in the assisted living setting.
CEUs issued. $237 includes $57 fee.
Note: Includes light breakfast and work lunch. Download
a copy of the Nurse Practice Act booklet from the Maryland
Board of Nursing website (www.mbon.org) and the Assisted
Living COMAR Regulations 10.07.14 available from the Office
of the Secretary of State Division of State Documents website
(www.dsd.state.md.us).
Sec. 301 2 sessions
FSa
9 am-6 pm
GBTC
June 24-25
Julie Kennedy
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W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
NRN 319
Phlebotomy
Learn proper technique for venous and capillary blood
specimen collection. Focus on venipuncture techniques,
equipment and difficult draws. Some health care
background recommended. CEUs issued. $92 includes
$37 fee.
Note: This course is for continuing education purposes
only. This course will not qualify the student for professional
certification/licensure as a phlebotomist. For information call
410-777-2970.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-4:30 pm
Arnold campus
July 16
Terri Golden
NRS 348
Basic IV Therapy/Venipuncture
Cover state-of-the-art IV techniques and equipment
including the initiation of intravenous infusion,
maintaining central line catheters, monitoring TPN
IV administration, blood administration and blood
component therapy. Recommended for LPNs, RNs,
EMTs and IV therapists to update skills. CEUs issued.
$102 includes $32 fee.
Note: This course is for continuing education purposes
only. This course will not qualify the student for professional
certification/licensure for IV therapy.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
TuTh
6-10 pm
Arnold campus
July 19-21
Joan Sullivan
NRG 388
Medicine Aide Update
Certified medicine aides receive current information on
state regulations, new drug and care procedures, and
commonly used medications. CEUs issued. $92 includes
$17 fee.
Note: Students who successfully complete the course will
receive a certificate valid for two years. To register, you must
have prior approval from the program coordinator. For course
information qualifications and registration instructions, visit
www.aacc.edu/healthcare/medaide.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
8 am-5 pm
Arnold campus
Aug. 6
Deborah Hood
HIC 535
Spanish for Medical Professionals 2
Expands knowledge of Spanish for the health care
professional. Learn about the near future, present
progressive, the command or imperative tenses and
direct objects. Increase medical vocabulary knowledge
and practice interviewing patients, taking health
history, diagnosing, giving instructions and prescribing
medication. CEUs issued. $152 includes $80 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN)
Sec. 301 June 6-July 1
ONLN LERN
Cristina Sempe
H E A LT H C A R E • H O S P I TA L I T Y A N D C U L I N A RY A R T S
HIC 534
MST 340
Practice basic language skills needed to communicate
effectively with Spanish-speaking patients and their
families in a health care environment. Learn the basics
of the language, gain an understanding of the culture
and know how to ask the questions crucial to quality
health care. CEUs issued. $152 includes $80 fee.
Therapists Meet Maryland and NCBTMB continuing
education requirements by reviewing the ethical and
legal parameters of massage therapy and cultural
competency. Address Standard V-Roles and Boundaries.
Learn tips for improving the caregiver/patient
relationship across cultures. CEUs issued. $57 includes
$7 fee.
Spanish for Medical Professionals 1
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with Learning
Resources Network Inc. (LERN).
Sec. 301 July 5-29
ONLN LERN
Cristina Sempe
SOCIAL WORK/COUNSELING
Human services courses are designed to meet
the continuing education needs of social workers,
counselors, therapists, psychologists and other
mental health professionals. Individual courses may
be approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work
Examiners (Category 1), the Maryland Board of
Professional Counselors and Therapists for Category
“A” CEUs and/or the Maryland Board of Examiners
of Psychologists (Category A). Check with individual
licensing board(s) to verify if subject matter meets
continuing education requirements for your licensure
certification. For information about these continuing
education courses, call 410-777-2560 or visit
www.aacc.edu/healthcare/human.
Ethics and Cultural Diversity for Massage
Note: Approved by the NCBTMB for 4 CE contact hours.
Sec. 301
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 303
June 4-11
1 session
1-5:15 pm
Aug. 20-27
ONLN WB
Arnold campus
June 25
ONLN WB
Michael Sullivan
Michael Sullivan
MST 330
HIV/AIDS and Communicable Disease
HCT 333 v
Learn advanced myofascial techniques and how a
dynamic approach increases efficacy. Review anatomy
of fascia and its relationship to connective tissue.
Determine the appropriate techniques to use and
practice those techniques on the upper and lower
extremity. CEUs issued. $132 includes $12 fee.
National food safety certification by the National
Restaurant Association (NRA) designed for food
service professionals. Learn the cause and prevention
of food-borne illnesses, maintenance of sanitary
conditions and how to implement a Hazard Analysis
Critical Control Point (HACCP) system. Study the flow of
food from receiving through storage, prep and service.
A certification from the NRA is issued to students
who satisfactorily complete the course and pass the
examination. CEUs issued. $112 includes $7 fee.
Dynamic Myofascial Techniques
Note: Please bring a fitted sheet to class. Approved by the
NCBTMB for 12 CE contact hours.
Sec. 301 2 sessions
FSa
9 am-4:30 pm
Arnold campus
Aug. 19-20
Mary Leisenring
Note: Some sections offered online. Approved by the
NCBTMB for 3 CE contact hours.
Sec. 301
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 303
June 4-11
1 session
9 am-12:15 pm
Aug. 20-27
ONLN WB
Arnold campus
June 25
ONLN WB
Michael Sullivan
Marcella Konkiel
Michael Sullivan
Certification in Sanitation
Note: Students must purchase textbook at AACC Bookstore
prior to attending the first class. Some sections offered online.
All sections also offered for credit, HRM 119.
DISCOVER YOUR PASSION
Sec. 301 May 24-June 9
ONLN WB
Sec. 302 2 sessions
Sa
8:30 am-5 pm
Sec. 303 July 5-21
GBTC 103
June 11-18
ONLN WB
Sec. 304 2 sessions
Sa
8:30 am-5 pm
Sec. 305 Aug. 2-18
GBTC 103
July 9-16
ONLN WB
Sec. 306 2 sessions
Sa
8:30 am-5 pm
GBTC 103
Aug. 6-13
Note: Section 301 do not buy the textbook. Purchase the voucher for
training program. You must attend a mandatory class on June 9, 9-11 a.m. at
GBTC for the final exam (optional review fron 8-9 a.m.)
Note: Section 301 do not buy the textbook. Purchase the voucher for
training program. You must attend a mandatory class on July 21, 9-11 a.m. at
GBTC for the final exam (optional review fron 8-9 a.m.)
Become a chef, hotel manager, pastry chef,
caterer, entrepreneur or more. Anne Arundel
Community College’s Hotel, Culinary Arts and
Tourism (HCAT) Institute is Maryland’s premier
choice in hospitality and culinary education.
Learn from certified chef instructors. Practice
your skills in our state-of-the-art kitchens.
INFORMATION SESSION
Thursday, April 7
Arnold campus | 6-7:30 p.m.
Humanities Building Room 214
HCAT is accredited by both the American
Culinary Federation Education Foundation
Accreditation Commission and the
Accreditation Commission for Programs in
Hospitality Administration.
Note: Section 301 do not buy the textbook. Purchase the voucher for
training program. You must attend a mandatory class on Aug. 18, 9-11 a.m. at
GBTC for the final exam (optional review fron 8-9 a.m.)
HCT 342
Bartender Certification
Master the fundamentals of mixing drinks to
successfully become a bartender. Learn about bar
preparation, beverage recipes and customer service.
Review safe practices and take the ServSafe Alcohol
exam. CEUs issued. $272 includes $62 fee.
Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. Student must
purchase textbooks at AACC Bookstore prior to attending the
first class.
Sec. 301 7 sessions
MW
6:30-9:30 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
HCAT 114
July 20-Aug. 10
Linda Elliott
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Review universal precautions and contraindications
for massage. Meet Maryland and NCBTMB continuing
education requirements by reviewing communicable
diseases such as HIV/AIDS, herpes, hepatitis, measles,
MRSA, mumps, ringworm, scabies and TB. CEUs issued.
$47 includes $7 fee.
Hospitality and Culinary Arts Participants in the
ManageFirst® Program earn ManageFirst® Program
certificates after passing the exam correlating to each
topic. These certificates reward students for their
accomplishment and serve as a resource in the job
search process. Further, industry hiring managers can
look for these certificates when seeking top-shelf,
qualified talent. For information regarding a CEWD
certificate in Bartending Certification,
see pages 104-109.
MST 324
THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
The following clinical continuing education courses
are for therapeutic massage and other health care
professionals. A copy of professional certification or
licensure as a health care provider is required at the first
class meeting. Students are responsible for determining
if the course content is within the scope of practice
for their profession as determined by their regulatory
board or agency. AACC is a National Certification Board
for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)approved provider for continuing education. AACC is
recognized by the Board of Certification Inc. to offer
continuing education for certified athletic trainers. For
information about courses for massage therapists, visit
www.aacc.edu/healthcare/massage.
HOSPITALITY AND
CULINARY ARTS
HUMAN RESOURCES • INSURANCE • NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP
HUMAN RESOURCES
Visit us on the Web at www.aacc.edu/hrtraining.
Professional Human
Resources Management
• Arts Council of Anne Arundel County.
Prepare for the Professional in Human Resources
(SHRM-CP) or Senior Professional in Human Resources
(SHRM-SCP) certification exams. Examine current
references of human resource practices. Textbooks,
online access, and self-test questions are included. CEUs
issued. $1,152 includes $507 fee.
Note: Cost for CHRA and Society for Human Resource
Management members is $1,102. Register in section 102
for the winter term and section 902 for the fall term. Call
410-777-2939.
AMIL
June 1-Aug. 17
AMIL
June 1-Aug. 17
ONLN WB
Barbara Scott
Barbara Scott
Barbara Scott
OBS 502
Understanding the
Human Resources Function
Explore the vital link human resources plays in the
organizational chain. Learn how to handle basic human
resource functions in a way that will ensure the best
possible result. CEUs issued. $116 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Get Grants
• Anne Arundel County Executive’s Office of
Constituent Services.
HRS 500
12 sessions
6-9:30 pm
12 sessions
6-9:30 pm
June 1-Aug. 17
CMD 353
AACC offers nonprofit leadership courses in partnership
with the following organizations:
HUMAN RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT
Sec. 301
W
Sec. 302
W
Sec. 303
NONPROFIT
LEADERSHIP
Ann Nevers
Ann Nevers
INSURANCE
Anne Arundel Community College offers courses that
prepare you for various insurance licenses in Maryland
as well as keep you current in your field. For more
information visit www.aacc.edu/insurance.
• Coalition of Volunteer Coordinators of
Anne Arundel County.
• Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County.
• Leadership Anne Arundel.
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County’s
Celebration of Philanthropy Scholarship offers limited
tuition grants to nonprofit organization staff members,
volunteers, board members and residents who are
interested in courses about development, fundraising
and volunteerism. Nonprofits not located in, but
primarily serving Anne Arundel County, are also eligible
To apply visit www.cfaac.org.
GRANTS
CMD 332
A to Z of Grant Writing
Learn the mechanics of writing a grant. Learn how
to research and develop beneficial relationships with
potential funding sources; organize a campaign; keep
track of funding, requests and donations; prepare
complete packages; handle crises; and submit
numerous proposals each year. CEUs issued. $100†
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Linda Vallejo
Linda Vallejo
Linda Vallejo
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
PRELICENSING
BNS 589
Maryland Life, Health
and Annuity Prelicensing
Prepare for the state exam and fulfill the prelicensing
requirements for Maryland. Review important concepts
and terminology. Gain the information needed to be a
successful life, health and annuity agent. CEUs issued.
$198 includes $103 fee.
Prerequisite: Refer to Maryland Insurance Administration
for educational requirements and additional information.
Note: Online, self-paced course. Offered in partnership with
Online Training Inc.
Sec. 301 June 15-Sept. 15 ONLN OLT
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Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
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Bo Morton
Bo Morton
Bo Morton
Advanced Grant Proposal Writing
• Volunteer Center for Anne Arundel County.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
This is a sequel to CMD 332 A to Z of Grant Writing.
CMD 362
• United Way of Central Maryland.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Learn how to develop grant proposals for educational
initiatives from experts whose proposals have
garnered grant dollars. Turn an idea into a complete,
well-developed proposal package that is professional,
competitive and compelling. CEUs issued. $100 includes
$72 fee.
Jack Rotzien
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
Learn to write winning, competitive proposals that
will be funded. Discover how to tailor your responses
to information found in the per review criteria. CEUs
issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
This is a sequel to CMD 392 Writing Effective Grant Proposals.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
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Beverly Browning
Beverly Browning
Beverly Browning
CMD 363
Become a Grant Writing Consultant
Learn how you can use a basic knowledge of grant or
proposal writing to become an expert in the red-hot
grant consulting field. Find how to apply your creative
writing skills in meaningful ways. CEUs issued. $100
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Beverly Browning
Beverly Browning
Beverly Browning
N O N P R O F I T L E A D E R S H I P • P O O L / S PA O P E R AT I O N • R E A L E S TAT E
POOL/SPA OPERATION
CMD 392
CMD 394
Increase your chances of success. Learn how to
polish proposals that tap into the dollars available for
enhancing the health and welfare of communities. CEUs
issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Learn what it takes to convert an informal group into a
tax-exempt nonprofit. Examine nonprofit terminology,
mission statements, boards of directors, governing
documents, legal matters and organizational planning.
CEUs issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Writing Effective Grant Proposals
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
This is a sequel to CMD 353 Get Grants.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 902 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
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Jillian Poole
Jillian Poole
Jillian Poole
LEADERSHIP BASICS
Develop skills and strategies to become an integral
part of one of America’s fastest growing service
sectors. Learn how to transform good intentions into a
professional plan of action. Gain a better understanding
of the unique characteristics of nonprofit organizations.
CEUs issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
Explore the basics of fundraising for nonprofit
organizations. Learn how to plan and implement annual
fund and special fund drives as well as more strategic
projects involving corporate and foundation relations,
major gifts and planned giving. CEUs issued. $100
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
NPO 325
Marketing Your Nonprofit Organization
Discover marketing practices that will help you further
the ideals and goals of your nonprofit. Gain practical
strategies for competing more effectively for members,
media attention, donors, clients and volunteers. CEUs
issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
Linda Kissam
CMD 361
Coordinating Special Events
Learn how to create and coordinate successful special
events of any size or type. Develop skills, find resources
and gain confidence. Learn experts’ strategies for
avoiding costly planning errors. CEUs issued. $100
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Cynthia Grzelak
Cynthia Grzelak
Cynthia Grzelak
Pool/Spa Operation
Gain the knowledge and skills needed to take the pool
and spa operators certification exam. Learn about
regulations, maintenance, filter systems, chemicals
and forms. Exam given after last class. Information on
required textbook available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs
issued. $137 includes $32 fee.
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Timothy Kachinske
Timothy Kachinske
Timothy Kachinske
NEW
Identify the potential impact of successful branding for
nonprofits. Outline elements of successful nonprofit
branding. Develop a brand statement. Identify a target
audience and develop strategies to deliver a consistent,
compelling message. $52 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
9 am-4 pm
Arnold campus
June 18
Maggy Sterner
VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT
CMD 389
Building Teams That Work
Learn the secrets of dynamic team building. Discover
the components of a successful team and master the
skills needed to effectively manage projects, make
decisions and solve problems in a team setting. CEUs
issued. $100 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Vivian Harte
Vivian Harte
Vivian Harte
Arnold campus
June 20-23
Frank Goldstein
REAL ESTATE
Visit www.aacc.edu/realestate for information.
HOME INSPECTOR
RLT 587
Home Inspector
Receive the training required to obtain a home inspector
license in Maryland. Learn how to conduct inspections
of homes, condos and other residential dwellings.
Textbook information available at AACC bookstore.
CEUs issued. $767 includes $12 fee.
Note: 77 hours of classroom attendance and passing the
final exam required. Approved by the Maryland Commission
of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors to provide
home inspector prelicensing training. Previous experience in
the construction industry is preferred.
Sec. 301 24 sessions
MTuTh 6-9:40 pm
GBTC
July 11-Sept. 1
James Brown
RLT 597
Residential Plumbing Overview for
Inspectors
Earn eight hours toward license renewal in one day.
Learn how to perform an inspection of the plumbing
system of a home. Review leaks, inadequate water
supplies, water contamination and incorrect installations
of components. CEUs issued. $71 includes $7 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Commission of Real
Estate Appraisers, Appraisal Management Companies and
Home Inspectors for license renewal.
Sec. 301 1 session
Sa
8 am-5 pm
R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N 410 - 777 - 2325
GBTC
Aug. 27
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
ONLN EDGO
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ATH 393
Sec. 301 4 sessions
MTuWTh 8 am-12:15 pm
Branding Strategies for Nonprofits
CMD 360
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
ONLN EDGO
Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials
Introduction to Nonprofit Management
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
CMD 397
CMD 322
Sec. 301 June 15-Aug. 5
Sec. 302 July 13-Sept. 2
Sec. 303 Aug. 17-Oct. 7
Starting a Nonprofit
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SALESPERSON LICENSURE
CEN 566
RLT 500
Learn about agency-residential regulations in Maryland.
Review agency laws, the application of law and the
provisions of the law. $47 includes $7 fee.
Real Estate Principles
A comprehensive study of real estate practices,
ethics, laws and environmental concerns. Completion
of 60 clock hours meets the Maryland Real Estate
Commission’s requirements to apply for a real estate
license. Certification requires full attendance on all class
dates to sit for license. No exceptions. Information on
required textbooks available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs
issued. $452 includes $7 fee.
Note: You must register before the first day of class. Passing
final exam required.
Sec. 301 12 sessions
MW
4:30-10 pm
Arnold campus
June 6-July 18
SALESPERSON LICENSURE
RENEWAL
Anne Arundel Community College sends course renewal
hours to the Real Estate Commission electronically. A
picture ID and your real estate license information are
required for verification of renewal courses. Visit www.
aacc.edu/realestate to view “What Every Licensee
Should Know About Real Estate Continuing Education”
from the Maryland Real Estate Commission. Receive
nine hours of Real Estate CEs in one day. In April, you
can register for CEN 579, RLT 306 and REL 367 and get
nine hours of CEs for license renewal.
RST 351
CATEGORY F
Real Estate Exchanges and Nontaxable
Transfer
Study like-kind exchanges. Help clients transfer real
estate without recognition of the gain. $47 includes
$7 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission
for license renewal (three hours).
Sec. 301 1 session
W
6-9 pm
RST 328
Arnold campus
June 22
Linda Walsh
CATEGORY C
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Fair Housing Meets ADA
Review federal and state fair housing laws and the
Americans with Disabilities Act including protected
classes and prohibited practices. See how ADA impacts
real estate licensees. Discover how uninformed
licensees unintentionally violate the law. $47 includes
$7 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission
for license renewal (three hours). Not approved in D.C.
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
9 am-noon
AMIL
June 23
CATEGORY H
MREC Agency-Residential
Note: Approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission
for license renewal (three hours).
Sec. 301 1 session
Th
9 am-noon
REL 367
Arnold campus
July 14
Solomon Dailey
CATEGORY A
Legislative Update
Focus on the latest Maryland General Assembly
legislation pertaining to Realtors. Discover the likelihood
of failed legislation resurfacing. Gain specifics on new
legislation such as effective dates, required disclosure
and changes in continuing education requirements. $47
includes $7 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission
for license renewal (three hours).
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
W
RLT 306
1 session
noon-3 pm
1 session
noon-3 pm
Arnold campus
July 14
Arnold campus
Aug. 17
David Politzer
David Politzer
CATEGORY D
Real Estate Ethics and
Professional Standards
Assess the ethical code of conduct and professional
standards in the real estate industry. Learn about
the code of ethics, predatory lending, house flipping,
rewards of ethical behavior and consequences of
unethical behavior. $47 includes $7 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission
for license renewal (three hours).
Sec. 301
Th
Sec. 302
W
RLT 304
1 session
3:30-6:30 pm
1 session
3:30-6:30 pm
Arnold campus
July 14
Arnold campus
Aug. 17
David Politzer
David Politzer
CATEGORY F
Introduction to Leasing and Marketing
in Property Management
Management Identify the terminology, roles and
responsibilities in the property management industry.
Review how to market a property and qualify a future
resident. Discuss types of leases, closing techniques,
Fair Housing laws and illegal questions. $67 includes
$7 fee.
Note: Approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission
for license renewal (six hours).
Sec. 301 2 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
AMIL
Aug. 1-3
Shirley Robertson
Solomon Dailey
TEACHER
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Many of AACC’s teacher professional development
courses meet the Maryland Child Care Credential
requirements established by the Maryland State
Department of Education (MSDE) Office of Child Care.
Each class has a content area code that corresponds to
the Core of Knowledge requirements.
The codes are:
C – Curriculum
D – Child development
H – Health, safety and nutrition
L – Community
P – Professionalism
S – Special needs
ETP 315
Praxis 1 Preparation
Review and prepare for the three-part Praxis 1 test.
Improve reading, writing and math skills. Learn useful
test-taking strategies and practice with test questions.
Full-length practice tests are available. CEUs issued.
$149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMD 306
CONTENT AREAS: C,P
Survival Kit for New Teachers
Learn to write winning lesson plans, reach diverse
learners through differentiated instruction, communicate
clearly, plan memorable events and keep stress at bay.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMD 304
CONTENT AREAS: S,L
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
Learn the secrets to solving discipline problems and
enjoy a peaceful, orderly classroom. Review a step-bystep approach to effective, positive classroom discipline.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMD 305
CONTENT AREAS: S,L
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems 2
Learn to use a new research-based, six-step approach
to solve severe and chronic discipline problems,
including bullying, fighting, using abusive language,
stealing and refusing to work. CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMD 307
CONTENT AREA: C
The Creative Classroom
Discover how to build a more creative classroom.
Learn the traits of creative teachers and how to apply
various teaching methods to enhance the classroom
environment. Discuss learning labs and writing activities
across the curriculum. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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T E AC H E R P R O F E S S I O N A L D E V E LO P M E N T
ENCOURAGE•INSPIRE•EDUCATE
AACC’s TEACH Institute and Parenting Center offer a wide range of online courses for teachers, child care
providers, parents and other caregivers through a partnership with ed2go.
Online courses provide a convenient and economical approach to learning. Take the short interactive quiz “Are
Online Learning Courses Right for Me?” at www.aacc.edu/virtualcampus/coned to help you decide if this
option fits your learning needs.
All courses require Internet access, email and Internet Explorer or other browser.
Visit www.ed2go.com/aacc to view the entire online course inventory and for course information including
description and cost, and access and registration instructions.
For information about the classes listed on pages 96-98 and other teacher professional development, child care
training or parent education classes, including how to register, call 410-777-2401.
Course dates are: June 15-Aug. 5, July 13-Sept. 2 and Aug. 17-Oct. 7.
TAR 310
Learn how to gather and use assessment data to
help children succeed in school. Discuss the types of
assessments and their relationships to teaching and
learning. Explore how to provide feedback to students
and parents. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TAR 301
NEW
How to Teach High School Students
Learn the latest strategies for teaching high school
students. Discover how differentiated instruction can
enhance learning in a high school classroom. Plan
how to manage classroom activities and behavior
using technology, creative lesson plans and innovative
strategies. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go
TAR 311
The Adult Learner
Learn powerful techniques for reaching and motivating
adult learners in today’s student-centered classroom.
Review strategies that will make the classroom
accessible and enjoyable for adult students of all
abilities. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TES 301
CONTENT AREA: S
An Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL
Learn innovative ways to teach vocabulary and
grammar, listening and speaking, reading and writing.
Gain a deeper understanding of your students. CEUs
issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Reach and teach students with autism by
understanding how their brains work. Help them
turn challenges into opportunities and enjoy the rich
perspective they bring to the classroom. CEUs issued.
$149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CONTENT AREAS: P, L, S
Spanish in the Classroom
Bridge the language gap with Spanish-speaking
students and parents. Learn to articulate the letters
of the Spanish alphabet. Explore basic conversational
words and phrases. Practice communicating with
parents about children’s school progress, skills and
needs. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CONTENT AREA: S
Empowering Students with Disabilities
Explore common disabilities encountered in the
classroom. Learn and master techniques for promoting
academic, behavioral and social skills in students with
special needs. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMD 302
CONTENT AREA: S
Create the Inclusive Class:
Strategies for Success
Get the training needed to reach a diverse student
mix in the classroom. Develop strategies for students
with learning disabilities, neurobiological disorders
and physical challenges. Learn to prioritize under tight
deadlines and be creative on demand. CEUs issued.
$149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMD 303
CONTENT AREA: S
Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom
CONTENT AREA: S
Teaching Students with ADHD
Learn effective approaches to teach students with
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Understand the definition of ADHD. Evaluate
assessment information to adapt instructional strategies
to meet student needs. Discover how ADHD effects
student motivation, attention span and memory. CEUs
issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TLA 304
CONTENT AREA: C, S
Response to Intervention: Reading
Strategies
Learn proactive strategies to help struggling readers.
Practice responses to intervention strategies and tiered
interventions. Discover innovative classroom tools and
strategies to avoid pullouts. CEUs issued. $149 includes
$72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TLA 302
CONTENT AREA: C, S
Examine the philosophy of differentiated instruction and
understand the limitations of a traditional classroom.
Practice how to differentiate instruction; meet the
needs of a diverse classroom population; and integrate
subject content and learning profiles. CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Guided Reading: Differentiated Classroom
TAR 307
TLA 301
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CONTENT AREA: S
Differentiated Instruction and
Response to Intervention Connection
Learn how to combine differentiated instruction and
response to intervention to help children succeed
academically. Recognize various learning styles.
Evaluate factors that motivate students. Examine
response to intervention tiers. Plan differentiated
instruction using various materials and assessments.
CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Learn to combine the principles of differentiated
instruction and guided reading for maximum classroom
success. Build a balanced literary framework that gets
results with even the most challenged learners. CEUs
issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
CONTENT AREA: C
Guided Reading and Writing
for Student Achievement
Acquire the development training needed to improve
student literacy. Develop guided reading strategies into
opportunities for teaching writing. Prepare creative
lesson plans that really work! CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
TES 302
TAR 303
CONTENT AREA: S
Teaching Students with Autism:
Strategies for Success
TAR 309
TOP 302
CONTENT AREA: S
Differentiating K-12 Assessments
T E AC H E R P R O F E S S I O N A L • T E L E CO M M U N I C AT I O N • T R U C K D R I V I N G
TLA 306
CONTENT AREA: C
Teaching Writing Grades K-3
Examine the connections between oral language
and writing as well as the developmental stages of
early writing skills. Analyze the importance of writing
workshops as part of the educational process and
review various writing genres. CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TLA 305
CONTENT AREA: C
Teaching Writing: Grades 4-6
Discover effective and meaningful assessment tools as
well as practical strategies to strengthening students’
writing skills. Explore writing integration with content
areas and methods to improve student narrative,
expository and persuasive writing. CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMA 302
CONTENT AREA: C
Singapore Math: Number Sense
and Computational Strategies
K-12 teachers learn Singapore’s innovative and
practical strategies for solving addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division problems. CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMA 301
CONTENT AREA: C
Singapore Math Strategies:
Model Drawing for Grades 1-6
Develop the skills to start teaching model drawing, the
Singapore Math Method that gives word problems a
visual context. Learn the set of seven steps that can
be used to solve 80 percent of word problems. CEUs
issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMA 304
CONTENT AREA: C
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Singapore Math Strategies:
Advanced Model Drawing for Grades 6-9
Examine model drawing, a technique used to teach
problem-solving to middle school math students. Learn
how to guide students to solve word problems, build
math skills and develop confidence. Discuss how to
introduce the concept to parents. CEUs issued. $149
includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TMA 303
CONTENT AREA: C
Teaching Math: Grades 4-6
Reinvent math instruction by bringing hands-on
learning, inexpensive manipulatives and real-world
connections into the classroom to get students excited
about math. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
TSC 301
CONTENT AREA: C
Teaching Science: Grades 4-6
Learn techniques for teaching science to students in
grades 4, 5 and 6 that will excite and encourage them.
Explore concepts in direct instruction, scientific research
methodology and organizational tools that promote
subject mastery. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
OLI 313
CONTENT AREA: C
Integrating Technology in the Classroom
Learn techniques for integrating technology into
classrooms. Discover simple ways to enhance subject
material to meet course goals. Use tools such as wikis,
podcasts and blogs. Explore standards-based solutions
for interactive lesson plans and Web resources. CEUs
issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TTE 302
CONTENT AREA: P
Creating a Classroom Website
Learn how to create websites for individual classrooms.
Explore website development, safety and how to
connect to an established curriculum. Discover tools to
publish websites quickly and incorporate banners and
animation. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TTE 303
CARRIER ETHERNET
CERTIFICATION AND
OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS
CERTIFICATION
Anne Arundel Community College and the Global
Corporate College, in partnership with Ciena Learning
Solutions, based in Linthicum, offers vendor-neutral
certification training in the latest evolution in network
technology, Ciena’s Carrier Ethernet and Ciena’s
Optical Communications Certification, at AACC’s
Regional Higher Education Center at Arundel Mills.
Carrier Ethernet Associate Certification and Optical
Communications Associate Certification are five-day
courses designed to provide participants with the
knowledge and skills required to sit for the official
Ciena certification exam. Visit
www.globalcorporatecollege.com or contact
AACC’s Center for Workforce Solutions at
410-777-2732 or [email protected]
TRUCK DRIVING
CONTENT AREA: P
Teaching Smarter With SMART Boards
Learn to create SMART Board and SMART Notebook
multimedia lessons that engage learners and address
diverse needs. Explore the basics of using these tools
as well as how to blend text, videos and graphics. CEUs
issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
TTE 309
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
in the Classroom
Create captivating lessons and presentations. Insert
graphics, sound, video, animations, links and more.
Learn to reach diverse students, upload presentations to
a server, email a slide show and share a presentation in
real time. CEUs issued. $149 includes $72 fee.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
FOR ADDITIONAL
TEACHER PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT CLASSES
See Parenting and Family Life on pages 44-45
and Child Care Training on pages 65-66.
Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with ed2go.
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TELECOMMUNICATION
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
GET ON THE ROAD
WITH A COMMERCIAL
DRIVER’S LICENSE.
Training in as little as three weeks.
Weekday and weekend classes.
Job placement assistance.
For information contact the
CDL program manager
School of Continuing Education
and Workforce Development.
410-777-2935 • [email protected]
www.aacc.edu/cdl
WELDING
WELDING
OPT 375
Certified Welding Earn your STICK, MIG and TIG training
through courses offered in partnership with Earlbeck
Corp. in Baltimore. Tours of the Earlbeck facility are
available on request. For information and additional
offerings, visit www.aacc.edu/welding.
Learn techniques required of a qualified MIG pipe
welder: proper tacks and feather edging, filler metal
angles, manipulations for open root pipe and welding
on carbon steel pipe with GMAW-SC and FCAW
processes. Train with ER70S solid wire short circuit
transfer GMAW down bead root with E71T-1 flux cored
wire hot and fill passes, upward progression. Train to
ASME welder qualification to ASME IX, Boiler and
Pressure Vessel Code in the 6G position on carbon
steel. Passing the certification test makes you eligible
for an all-position ASME welder qualification. CEUs and
Earlbeck Certificate of Completion awarded. $2,207
includes $1,921 fee.
Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding — Pipe
CERTIFIED WELDING
OCA 565
Welding Basics
Discuss welding safety practices. Examine basic
welding theory and machine setup. Review the
operation of MIG and TIG equipment. Review the
operation of Stick equipment. CEUs issued. $157
includes $107 fee.
Sec. 301
Sa
Sec. 302
Sa
Sec. 303
Sa
1 session
8 am-noon
1 session
8 am-noon
1 session
8 am-noon
EARL
June 11
EARL
July 16
EARL
Aug. 13
OPT 374
Advanced Shielded Metal Arc
Pipe Welding
Learn techniques required of a qualified STICK pipe
welder: proper tacks and feather edging, filler metal
angles, manipulations for open root pipe welding,
E6010 root and hot pass with E7018 low hydrogen fill
and cap. Qualify to the ASME IX, Boiler and Pressure
Vessel Code in the 6G position on carbon steel. Passing
the certification test makes you eligible for an allposition ASME welder qualification. CEUs and Earlbeck
Certificate of Completion awarded. $2,207 includes
$1,921 fee.
Prerequisite: OPT 394 Fundamentals of Welding Certified
Training and OPT 395 Intermediate STICK Welding Training, or
permission of instructor.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant pants
and shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
welding gear to class.
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
EARL
June 13-29
EARL
June 13-Aug. 10
EARL
July 12-Sept. 1
EARL
July 25-Aug. 10
EARL
Aug. 29-Sept. 21
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 304
MW
Sec. 305
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MWF
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
EARL
June 13-29
EARL
June 13-Aug. 10
EARL
July 12-Sept. 1
EARL
July 25-Aug. 10
EARL
Aug. 29-Sept. 21
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
OPT 376
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc
Welding – Pipe
Learn techniques required of a qualified TIG pipe welder:
proper tacks and feather edging, filler metal angles,
manipulations for open root pipe welding and welding
on carbon steel pipe with the GTAW process. Train with
ER70S carbon steel solid wire with upward progression.
Train to ASME IX, Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code in the
6G position on carbon steel. Passing the certification
test makes you eligible for an all-position ASME
welder qualification. CEUs and Earlbeck Certificate of
Completion awarded. $2,207 includes $1,921 fee.
Prerequisite: OPT 394 Fundamentals of Welding Certified
Training and OPT 396 Intermediate MIG Welding Training, or
permission of instructor.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant pants
and shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
welding gear to class.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 304
MW
Sec. 305
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MWF
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
EARL
June 13-29
EARL
June 13-Aug. 10
EARL
July 12-Sept. 1
EARL
July 25-Aug. 10
EARL
Aug. 29-Sept. 21
Donald Hodges
Intermediate STICK Welding
Certified Training
Prepare material and perform fillet and groove welds
in carbon steel using E7018 electrodes in all positions.
Geared toward structural welding code vertical
and overhead tests. Passing the certification tests
provides an all-position limited thickness AWS D1.1
welder certification. CEUs and Earlbeck Certificate of
Completion awarded. $2,207 includes $1,921 fee.
Prerequisite: OPT 394 Fundamentals of Welding Certified
Training or permission of instructor.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant
pants, shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
SMAW (shielded metal arc welding) workbook and welding
gear to class.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 304
MW
Sec. 305
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MWF
9 sessions
8 am-3 pm
18 sessions
6:30-8:30 pm
18 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
9 sessions
8 am-3 pm
9 sessions
8 am-3 pm
EARL
June 13-July 1
EARL
June 13-Aug. 17
EARL
July 12-Sept. 8
EARL
July 25-Aug. 12
EARL
Aug. 29-Sept. 23
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
OPT 397
Intermediate TIG Welding
Certified Training
Gain skills in the gas tungsten arc process. Prepare
material and perform flat, horizontal and vertical fillet
welds and flat groove welds in carbon steel, stainless steel
and aluminum. Geared toward AWS D9.1 specification for
fusion welding for aerospace applications. Passing the
certification tests qualifies you for AWS D9.1 aerospace
code for carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum
certification. CEUs and Earlbeck Certificate of Completion
awarded. $2,207 includes $1,921 fee.
Prerequisite: OPT 394 Fundamentals of Welding Certified
Training or permission of instructor.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant
pants, shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
GTAW workbook and welding gear to class.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 304
MW
Sec. 305
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MWF
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
16 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
8 sessions
8 am-3 pm
EARL
June 15-July 1
EARL
June 20-Aug. 17
EARL
July 19-Sept. 8
EARL
July 27-Aug. 12
EARL
Aug. 31-Sept. 23
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
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CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 304
MW
Sec. 305
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MWF
Prerequisite: OPT 394 Fundamentals of Welding Certified
Training and OPT 396 Intermediate MIG Welding Training, or
permission of instructor.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant pants
and shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
welding gear to class.
OPT 395
WELDING
OPT 396
Intermediate MIG Welding
Certified Training
EARL
June 17-July 1
EARL
June 29-Aug. 17
EARL
July 26-Sept. 8
EARL
July 29-Aug. 12
Donald Hodges
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MW
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MW
Donald Hodges
OCC 345
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Symbols for Welding
Discuss welding symbols. Examine symbol use and
discuss practical application. Review surfacing welds
and edge welds. Explore fillet welding symbols. CEUs
issued. $307 includes $257 fee.
2 sessions
8 am-3 pm
2 sessions
8 am-3 pm
2 sessions
8 am-3 pm
EARL
June 21-23
EARL
July 19-21
EARL
Aug. 16-18
OCA 564
Visual Examination of Welding
Learn the processes for oxy-fuel, gas tungsten arc,
gas metal arc and shielded metal arc welding through
hands-on instruction. Prepare material and perform flat,
horizontal and vertical welds and flat groove welds in
carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Passing the
certification test provides AWS D9.1 welder certification.
CEUs and Earlbeck Certificate of Completion awarded.
$3,407 includes $2,965 fee.
15 sessions
8 am-3 pm
15 sessions
8 am-3 pm
30 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
EARL
July 11-Aug. 12 Donald Hodges
EARL
Aug. 15-Sept. 23 Donald Hodges
EARL
Aug. 29-Dec. 21 Donald Hodges
Welding for Work - MIG
Learn the processes for oxy-fuel, gas tungsten arc,
gas metal arc and shielded metal arc welding through
hands-on instruction. Prepare to perform fillet and
groove welds in carbon steel in all positions. Passing the
certification test provides AWS D1.1 welder certification.
CEUs and Earlbeck Certificate of Completion awarded.
$3,407 includes $2,965 fee.
Note: Must be 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant pants,
shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
GMAW (gas metal arc welding) workbook and welding gear
to class.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MW
13 sessions
8 am-3 pm
13 sessions
8 am-3 pm
26 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
EARL
July 11-Aug. 12 Donald Hodges
EARL
Aug. 15-Sept. 23 Donald Hodges
EARL
Aug. 29-Dec. 21 Donald Hodges
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Discuss welding standards. Examine basic welding
examination techniques. Review terms and definitions
and perform inspections. Experience operating gages
and tools. CEUs issued. $307 includes $257 fee.
Sec. 301
Tu
Sec. 302
Tu
Sec. 303
Tu
1 session
8 am-3 pm
1 session
8 am-3 pm
1 session
8 am-3 pm
100
Welding for Work - TIG
Note: Must be 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant pants, shirt,
hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring GTAW (gas
tungsten arc welding) workbook and welding gear to class.
OCA 563
Sec. 301
TuTh
Sec. 302
TuTh
Sec. 303
TuTh
Learn the processes for oxy-fuel, gas tungsten arc,
gas metal arc and shielded metal arc welding through
hands-on instruction. Prepare to perform fillet and
groove welds in carbon steel using E7018 electrodes in
all positions. Passing the certification test provides AWS
D1.1 welder certification. CEUs and Earlbeck Certificate
of Completion awarded. $3,407 includes $2,965 fee.
Note: Must be 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant pants,
shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
SMAW (shielded metal arc welding) workbook and welding
gear to class.
Prerequisite: OPT 394 Fundamentals of Welding Certified
Training or permission of instructor.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant
pants, shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required. Bring
GMAW workbook and welding gear to class.
7 sessions
8 am-3 pm
14 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
14 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
7 sessions
8 am-3 pm
OCC 346
Welding for Work - STICK
Prepare material and perform fillet and groove welds
in carbon steel in all positions. Practice geared toward
structural welding code vertical and overhead tests.
Passing the certification tests provides an all-position
limited thickness AWS D1.1 welder certification. CEUs
and Earlbeck Certificate of Completion awarded. $2,207
includes $1,921 fee.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 303
MW
Sec. 304
TuTh
Sec. 302
MWF
OCC 344
EARL
June 28
EARL
July 26
EARL
Aug. 23
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
14 sessions
8 am-4 pm
14 sessions
8 am-3 pm
28 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
EARL
July 11-Aug. 12 Donald Hodges
EARL
Aug. 15-Sept. 23 Donald Hodges
EARL
Aug. 29-Dec. 21 Donald Hodges
OPT 394
Fundamentals of Welding
Certified Training
Learn oxy-fuel, gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc and
shielded metal arc processes through lecture and
hands-on practice. Discuss basic metallurgy, welding
codes, distortion control and welding symbols. CEUs
and an Earlbeck Certification of Completion awarded.
$1,507 includes $1,312 fee.
Note: Must be age 18 or older to enroll. Fire-retardant
pants, shirt, hard-toe boots and safety goggles required.
Helmet, gloves, jacket, chipping hammer, wire brush and pliers
are provided as part of the welding gear kit.
Sec. 301
MWF
Sec. 302
MWF
Sec. 303
MW
6 sessions
8 am-3 pm
6 sessions
8 am-3 pm
12 sessions
5:30-8:30 pm
EARL
July 11-22
EARL
Aug. 15-26
EARL
Aug. 29-Oct. 12
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
Donald Hodges
W E L D I N G • W O R L D L A N G UAG E S
WORLD LANGUAGES
SPANISH
WLS 342
Pathways to Fluency is a comprehensive, two-course,
sequenced world language continuing education
program. Courses are scheduled so that students can
move through the program as a group taking a course
each term. These courses are designed to progressively
improve practical, everyday foreign language skills
at foundation levels, with intensive focus on spoken
language skills. They are ideal for government
employees, defense contractors, business professionals,
police, emergency and medical personnel, active duty
military, educators and others needing mastery of
foreign language for their job or career advancement.
Upon successful completion of both courses at each
program level students will earn a CEWD certificate. For
information visit www.aacc.edu/worldlanguage.
WLS 331
Continue developing communicative language skills
through reading and writing exercises and group
discussions relating to topics of interest in radio,
television, the Internet and print media. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$302 includes $7 fee.
FRENCH
Prerequisite: WLS 331 Spanish Foundations 1 or permission
of department.
WLF 331
Sec. 301 15 sessions
TuTh
6-9 pm
NEW
French Fluency Foundations 1
Develop French language skills relating to simple
conversations, personal information, and family and
home life, including daily and community activities.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $302 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
WLF 341
Arnold campus
June 6-July 27
Amy Healey
NEW
French Fluency Comprehension 1
Expand everyday communicative language skills
through intensive conversational practice, group
discussions and writing exercises relating to personal
and community situations and current events. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$302 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
NEW
Spanish Fluency Foundations 1
Develop Spanish language skills relating to simple
conversations, personal information, and family and
home life, including daily and community activities.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $302 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
WLS 332
Arnold campus
June 6-July 27
NEW
WLS 351
Expand Spanish listening, speaking, reading and
writing skills relating to community, city life, culture
and the media. Textbook information available at AACC
Bookstore. CEUs issued. $302 includes $7 fee.
Arnold campus
June 7-July 26
Prerequisite: WLS 341 Spanish Comprehension 1 or
permission of department.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
TuTh
6-9 pm
Spanish Fluency Foundations 2
WLS 341
NEW
Spanish Fluency Comprehension 2
Maria Delgado
Arnold campus
June 7-July 26
NEW
Spanish Fluency Mastery 1
Develop oral and written skills through readings,
listening materials, videos and film, conversational
practice, and group discussions based on Spanish
history, culture, and contemporary life and topics.
Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore.
CEUs issued. $302 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 6-July 27
Gleidy Clavijo
NEW
Spanish Fluency Comprehension 1
Expand everyday communicative language skills
through intensive conversational practice, group
discussions and writing exercises relating to personal
and community situations and current events. Textbook
information available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs issued.
$302 includes $7 fee.
Sec. 301 15 sessions
MW
6-9 pm
Arnold campus
June 6-July 27
Maria Delgado
Arnold campus
June 6-July 27 Nathalie Davis-Haslbeck
CAREERS AND CERTIFICATIONS
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CEWD CERTIFICATES
I
F YOU ARE PURSUING A CONTINUING EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT (CEWD) CERTIFICATE, be sure to include the associated
program code (highlighted in blue below) on your registration form. CEWD certificates may be issued to students upon successful completion of the noncredit
program requirements listed below and submission of a signed CEWD certificate student application; there is no application fee. CEWD certificates are a great way to
show an employer you have received job training or completed a series of courses resulting in improved skills or technical knowledge. For information and forms, visit
www.aacc.edu/coned/certificates or call 410-777-2325.
ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING
BUILDING MAINTENANCE
ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES USING
TECHNOLOGY CE.ACCT.PRINC-TECH
The following courses provide the technical skills
necessary for individuals overseeing accounting in small
to medium-sized businesses. Successfully complete all
seven courses below to earn a CEWD certificate. For
information about accounting technology, visit www.
aacc.edu/it/accounting.
STATIONARY ENGINEER CERTIFICATION
PREPARATION CE.ST-ENGR-PREP
Prepare for the Maryland Stationary Engineer
certification exams and earn a CEWD certificate by
successfully completing the following two courses. Visit
www.aacc.edu/boiler For information or call 410777-2970.
CTR 379
CTT 309
CTR 371
CTR 373
CTT 314
CTR 361
CTC 356
QuickBooks and Accounting Principles
QuickBooks: Beyond the Basics
Word 2013 Level 1
Excel 2013 Level 1
Excel 2013 Level 2
Access 2013 Level 1
Applying Accounting Principles
ART
FINE ARTS CE.FINE.ARTS
Successfully complete the following courses to earn
a CEWD certificate. For information
visit www.aacc.edu/fineartstraining or call
410-777-2121.
ARS 376
ARS 377
ATS 312
ARS 310
Drawing Fundamentals
Drawing 2: Portraiture
Watercolor Basics: You Can Do It
Effective Color Pencil Technique
BEGINNING JEWELRY DESIGN
CE.BEG.JEWELRY-DSGN
Successfully complete the following courses to earn a
CEWD certificate. For information visit www.aacc.edu/
jewelrytraining or call
410-777-2121.
Core Courses
CFT 305
CFT 355
CFT 356
CFT 357
Precious Metal Clay
Basic Beading: Design and Technique
Wire-Wrapped Jewelry
Fuse-Glass Jewelry
Elective Courses (select two)
CFT 373 Beaded Accessories
CFT 384 Create a Chain Belt
102
OCA 310
OCA 311
Preparation for Maryland Stationary
Engineer Certification 1
Preparation for Maryland Stationary
Engineer Certification 2
BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL
CE.ADMIN.PROF
Successfully complete the following two courses to
earn a CEWD certificate and prepare for the Certified
Administrative Professional (CAP®) exam. Visit
www.aacc.edu/businesseducation/admin.
BNS 551 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals
BNS 552 Administrative Assistant Applications
CHILD CARE
CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE
CE.CHILD-DEV-ASSOC
Successfully complete the following six courses to earn
a CEWD certificate and fulfill the training requirements
to earn a child development associate credential from
the Council for Professional Recognition. Courses ETC
308, ETC 309 and ECT 310 together meet the 90-hour
child care training required by the Maryland State
Department of Education/Office of Child Care. For
information visit www.aacc.edu/teach.
ETC 308 Basic Growth and Development
ETC 309 Classroom Experience for Young Children
ETC 310 Using Growth and Development in
Designing Experiences
ETC 311 Working with Infants and Toddlers
ETC 312 Planning for the School-Aged Child
ETC 313 Child Development Associate Completer
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
FAMILY CHILD CARE PROVIDER
CE.CHILD.FAM-CARE
Successfully complete the following six preservice
training child care courses to earn an AACC CEWD
certificate and fulfill the training requirement required by
the Maryland State Department of Education Office of
Child Care to become a family child care provider. Visit
www.aacc.edu/teach.
CDA 321
CDA 322
CDA 323
CDA 324
CDA 325
CDA 326
Family Child Care Preservice Training
Module 1 – Child Development
Family Child Care Preservice Training
Module 2 – Curriculum
Family Child Care Preservice Training
Module 3 – Health, Safety and Nutrition
Family Child Care Preservice Training
Module 4 – Special Needs
Family Child Care Preservice Training
Module 5 – Professionalism
Family Child Care Preservice Training
Module 6 – Community
C E W D C E R T I F I C AT E S
LEAD TEACHER 90-HOUR PRESCHOOL
CHILD CARE CE.CHILD.LD-TEACH
Successfully complete the following two courses to
earn a CEWD certificate and fulfill Maryland State
Department of Education Office of Child Care 90-hour
child care requirements for preschool teachers. Visit
www.aacc.edu/teach.
CDA 305 Child Care 1 – Child Growth and Development
or ECT 305 Child Growth and Development
CDA 306 Child Care 2 – Activities for Young Children
or ECT 306 Methods and Materials: Early Childhood
NANNY/AU PAIR CE.CHILD.NANNY
Enhance your child care skills and become a more
marketable professional. Successfully complete the
following six courses to earn a CEWD certificate. Visit
www.aacc.edu/teach.
ECT 308 Growth and Development
ECT 310 Using Growth and Development in
Designing Experiences
DYC 368 Fitness, Nutrition and Fun for Young Children
DCR 331 Building Healthy Relationships with Parents
DYC 361 Effective Communication with Parents
and Children
DYC 321 Proactive Behavior Guidance
CYBER AND TECHNOLOGY
CLOUD COMPUTING ESSENTIALS
CE.CLOUD.CMPT
Successfully complete NTW 538 Cloud Computing
Essentials to earn a CEWD certificate.
For information visit www.aacc.edu/it/cloud or
call 410-777-1353.
COMPUTER TRAINING FOR THE RE-ENTRY
PROFESSIONAL CE.CT.RE-ENTRY-PRF
The following courses are ideal for individuals who are
re-entering the workforce or who want to advance to
a higher position or who would like to change careers.
Students must complete four required courses and
one elective course to receive a CEWD certificate. Visit
www.aacc.edu/it/reentry
for information.
Four Required Core Courses:
CTC 305 Starting Over for the Re-Entry Professional
CTC 306 Computer Training for the
Re-Entry Professional
CTT 336 Keeping Track of Files and Folders
CTC 307 Microsoft Excel for the Re-Entry Professional
Choose One Elective:
ONL 323 Résumé Writing Workshop
ONL 334 12 Steps to a Successful Job Search
CYBER ANALYST CE.CYBER-ANALYST
Successfully complete the following courses to earn a
CEWD certificate. Visit www.aacc.edu/cybercenter/
analyst.cfm.
NTW 542 Cyber Analyst 1 – Gain Knowledge
NTW 546 Network† Certification Exam Prep
NTW 543 Cyber Analyst 2 – Practice Skills
NTW 547 CompTIA Security† Exam Prep
NTW 544 Cyber Analyst 3 – Demonstrate Abilities
NTW 545 Certified Ethical Hacker Exam Prep
IT INFRASTRUCTURE LIBRARY V3
FOUNDATION EXAM PREP CE.INFRAS-LIBR.PREP
Successfully complete NTW 535 ITIL 3v Foundation to
earn a CEWD certificate. For information visit www.
aacc.edu/it/itil or call 410-777-1353.
IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT CE.IT.PROJ-MGMT
Successfully complete NTW 536 IT Project
Management to earn a CEWD certificate. For
information visit www.aacc.edu/it/project or call
410-777-1353.
DIGITAL HOME TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
CE.DIGITAL-HOME-TECH
Successfully complete the following courses to
earn a CEWD certificate.
Visit www.aacc.edu/dht.
INTRODUCTION TO MOBILE APP
DEVELOPMENT CE.PRG.MOBILE
Successfully complete the following four courses
to earn a CEWD certificate. Visit
www.aacc.edu/it/mobileapp or call 410-777-1353.
OLN 334 Home Network Design and Configuration
OLN 335 Home Technology Tools, Products
and Services
OLN 336 Home Entertainment Systems
OLN 337 Telecommunications Systems
OLN 338 Lighting, Temperature and Water
Control Systems
OLN 339 Security, Surveillance and Access
Control Systems
OLN 340 Home System Automation and Integration
OLA 358 Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5
E-LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
CE.E-LEARN-DSGN
Successfully complete the following courses to gain
hands-on training in the planning and design of
curricula that utilize e-learning platforms. Learn content
development, student learning styles, grading and
assessment, syllabus and lesson plan compositions and
e-learning technologies. For information visit
www.aacc.edu/it/elearning or call 410-777-1353.
CTR 301 Introduction to e-Learning
Instructional Design
CTR 302 Effective Methods for e-Learning
Instructional Design
CTR 304 Facilitation of Online Synchronous
Delivery Platforms
CTR 303 Developing and Deploying e-Learning
Instructional Design
CTR 306 Capstone in e-Learning Instructional Design
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY
PROFESSIONAL – EXAM PREPARATION
CE.INFOSYS.SEC-EXAM
Successfully complete NTW 521 Certified Information
Systems Security Professional to earn a CEWD
certificate. For information visit
www.aacc.edu/it/cissp or call 410-777-1353.
OLA 359 Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5
OLA 344 Introduction to JavaScript
OLA 336 Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5
PC TECHNICIAN CE.PC.TECH
Successfully complete the following
NTW 541 CompTIA A† Certification Prep to earn a
CEWD certificate. For information visit
www.aacc.edu/it/aplus or call 410-777-2142.
WEB DESIGN CE.WEB-DSGN
Earn a CEWD certificate in Web design by successfully
completing the following five courses sequentially
within the same term. Prerequisites include CPT 363
Computer Fundamentals or a good working knowledge
of directory and file structure knowledge of Windows
7 and the ability to work comfortably in Web browsers.
Visit www.aacc.edu/it/webdesign.
CTC 328
CTC 329
CTT 397
CTT 374
CTC 352
Photoshop: Web Graphic Design
Flash: Web Graphic Design
Dreamweaver: Web Graphic Design
Adobe Acrobat
Concept to Layout: Web Graphic Design
CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING CE.CSTN-EST
Successfully complete the following courses to earn a
CEWD certificate. Visit www.aacc.edu/construction/
estimating, call 410-777-2447, or email
[email protected] for
more information.
OCA 507
OCA 508
OCA 509
OCA 510
OCA 511
OCA 512
Introduction to Constructing Estimating
Essential Construction Math
Construction Blueprint Reading
Estimating and Bidding 1
Estimating and Bidding 2
Construction Materials and Processes
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C E W D C E R T I F I C AT E S
DEALER SCHOOL
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
AACC offers eight CEWD certificates – one for each
of the courses listed below – all of which require
enrollment in COO 366 Introduction to Casino Games or
current dealer license. For information visit www.aacc.
edu/hcat/dealerschool or
call 410-777-2743.
ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT
CE.ENV.LANDSCAPE.MGT
Successfully complete the following courses to earn a
CEWD certificate. For information
visit www.aacc.edu/environment/landscape or
call 410-777-2939.
COO 367 Casino Craps Dealer
Prerequisite: COO 374 Introduction to Craps
COO 397 Casino Mini Baccarat Dealer
COO 370 Casino Blackjack Dealer
COO 371 Casino Pai Gow Poker Dealer
COO 372 Casino Pai Gow Tiles Dealer
COO 373 Casino Roulette Dealer
CLI 302 Advanced Casino Poker Dealer
Prerequisite: COO 385 Casino Poker Dealer
COO 396 Casino Carnival Games Dealer
ENV 508
ENV 512
ENV 513
HOR 329
ENV 579
CASINO BLACKJACK DEALER
CE.CASINO-BLACKJACK
CASINO CARNIVAL GAMES DEALER
CE.CASINO.CG-DEALER
CASINO CRAPS DEALER CE.CASINO-CRAPS
CASINO PAI GOW POKER DEALER
CE.CASINO-PAIGOW
CASINO PAI GOW TILES DEALER
CE.CASINO.PGT-DEALER
CASINO POKER DEALER CE.CASINO-POKER
CASINO ROULETTE DEALER
CE.CASINO-ROULETTE
MINI BACCARAT DEALER CE.CASINO.MBD
DENTAL ASSISTING
DENTAL ASSISTING AND RADIOLOGY
CE.DENTAL-RADIOLOGY
Successfully complete OCA 348 Dental Assisting
and Radiology to earn an AACC CEWD certificate
and prepare for the Dental Assisting National Board
Radiology Exam. Successfully complete OCA 389
Expanded Functions: Chairside and Orthodontics to earn
an AACC CEWD certificate and prepare for the Dental
Assisting National Board Maryland Expanded Functions
General Chairside, Expanded Functions Orthodontic,
Infection Control and Certified Assistant examinations.
Visit www.aacc.edu/dental.
Call 410-777-2922 or email
[email protected] for information.
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Smart Landscape Design for the Environment
Rain Garden and Environmental Site Design
Sustainable Landscape Maintenance
Woody Plants for Landscape Installation
Soil Management
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Students may earn an AACC CEWD certificate upon
successful completion of the four beginning courses,
and subsequent certificates upon completion of the four
intermediate courses, four high intermediate courses,
four advanced courses and four capstone courses. For
information visit
www.aacc.edu/esl/academicpurposes or
call 410-777-2901.
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
BEGINNING PROFICIENCY CE.ESL.ENG-BEG
ESL 301
ESL 302
ESL 307
ESL 308
Beginning Grammar
Beginning Reading and Vocabulary
Beginning Writing
Beginning Listening and Speaking
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
INTERMEDIATE PROFICIENCY CE.ESL.ENG-INTER
ESL 311
ESL 312
ESL 318
ESL 319
Intermediate English Grammar
Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
Intermediate Writing
Intermediate Listening and Speaking
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
PROFICIENCY AT THE HIGH
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CE.ESL.HIGH-INTER
ESL 347
ESL 348
ESL 349
ESL 346
High Intermediate Grammar
High Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
High Intermediate Writing
High Intermediate Listening and Speaking
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
ADVANCED PROFICIENCY CE.ESL.ENG-ADV
ESL 321
ESL 322
ESL 331
ESL 332
Advanced English Grammar
Advanced Reading and Vocabulary
Advanced Writing
Advanced Listening and Speaking
W W W. A ACC . E D U / CO N E D
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
CAPSTONE PROFICIENCY CE.ESL.ENG-CAPSTONE
ACA 100 Student Success
ESL 387 Capstone: Grammar
ESL 389 Capstone: Reading and Vocabulary
ESL 396 Capstone: Academic Speech
and Presentations
ESL 399 Capstone: Academic Writing
INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING ESL
CE.TEACH-ESL
Successfully complete the following course to earn a
CEWD certificate. For information visit www.aacc.edu/
esl/introteaching or call
410-777-2901.
ESL 380
ESL 381
ESL 382
ESL 383
ESL 384
Introduction to Teaching ESL
ESL Teacher Practicum
Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary
Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar
Teaching ESL/EFL Reading
FITNESS CERTIFICATIONS
200-HOUR REGISTERED YOGA TEACHER
(RYT) TRAINING CE.YOGA.200
200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher training consists
of four noncredit courses to be completed in nine
months. Students will learn to teach beginner and some
intermediate yoga poses as well as discuss the business
aspects of teaching yoga. Visit www.aacc.edu/yoga/
yoga200.cfm for information.
YGA 530
YGA 531
YGA 532
YGA 545
Professional Yoga Instructor: Part 1
Professional Yoga Instructor: Part 2
Professional Yoga Instructor: Part 3
Professional Yoga Instructor:
200 RYT Online Module
C E W D C E R T I F I C AT E S
FLORAL DESIGN
FLORAL DESIGN CE.FLOR-FLORAL-ARRG
Successfully complete the following courses to
earn a CEWD certificate. Visit www.aacc.edu/
floraldesigner for information or call 410-777-2657.
Required core courses
FLD 304
FLD 309
FLD 305
FLD 306
FLD 310
FLD 301
FLD307
FLD 317
Floriculture 1: Basic Floral Design
Floriculture 1: Lab
Floriculture 2: Intermediate Floral Design
Floriculture 3: Advanced Floral Design
Floriculture 3: Lab
Floriculture Capstone
Sympathy Flowers
Wedding: Personal Flowers
Choose two electives
FLD 313
FLD 314
FLD 315
FLD 300
FLD 303
FLD 316
FLD 302
FLD 311
FLD 312
Cascading Bridal Bouquets
Permanent Botanical and Silk Flower Arranging
Hotel Lobby and Corporate Flowers
Fresh Flower Care and Handling
Wedding: Ceremony Flowers
Advanced Floral Sympathy 2
Merchandising
Party and Event Flowers
Prom, Body and Fashion Flowers
HEALTH CARE
CENTRAL STERILE PROCESSING TECHNICIAN
CE.STERILE-PROC-TECH
Successfully complete the following courses to earn a
CEWD certificate. For information visit www.aacc.edu/
healthcare/sterile or call
410-777-2910.
STP 500 Central Sterile Processing Technician
DIETARY MANAGER CE.DIETARY.MGR
Successfully complete the following courses to earn
a CEWD certificate. For information visit www.aacc.
edu/dietarymanager or
call 410-777-7387.
DMA 500 Management and Supervision for
Dietary Managers
DMA 501 Food Systems Management
DMA 502 Nutrition for Dietary Management
DMA 503 Management and Supervision Clinical
DMA 504 Food Systems Management Clinical
DMA 505 Nutrition Clinical
MEDICINE AIDE CE.MEDICINE.AIDE
GNAs: Successfully complete NRN 325 to earn an
AACC CEWD certificate. For information visit www.
aacc.edu/healthcare/medaide or
call 410-777-2560.
HOTEL, CULINARY ARTS
AND TOURISM
BARTENDING CERTIFICATION CE.BAR.TEND
Successfully complete HCT 342 Bartending Certification
to earn a ServSafe Alcohol certification from the National
Restaurant Association Education Foundation as well as
an AACC CEWD certificate. Visit
www.aacc.edu/hcat/bartending for information
HVACR
HVACR ENTRY LEVEL TECHNICIAN
CE.HVACR-ENTRY
Successfully complete the following courses to become
an HVACR technician and earn an AACC CEWD
certificate. Offered in partnership with All-State Career
and approved by the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs, training consists of 16 noncredit courses with
each lecture/lab course combination lasting six weeks.
Learn how to install, maintain and repair residential and
commercial heating and cooling systems at the All-State
Career training facility in Baltimore. Students must meet
eligibility requirements and schedule an appointment
with the HVACR program manager. Call 410-7772907. For information about AACC’s HVACR training
visit www.aacc.edu/hvac.
OCA 390
OCA 391
OCA 392
OCA 393
OCA 394
OCA 395
OCA 396
OCA 397
OCA 398
OCA 399
OCC 302
OCC 303
OCC 304
OCC 305
OCC 306
OCC 307
PHOTOGRAPHY
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CE.DIGITAL-PHOTO
Successfully complete the following courses to earn
a CEWD certificate. For information
visit www.aacc.edu/photographytraining or
call 410-777-2121.
Core Courses
PHO 305 Basic Digital Camera Operations
PHO 346 Digital Photography: Intermediate
Advanced Techniques
Elective Courses (select two)
PHO 340 Photographing Nature with your
Digital Camera
PHO 343 Travel Photography Using a Digital Camera
PHO 344 Photographing People Using a Digital Camera
PHO 347 Macrophotography
PHO 350 Digital Portrait Photography
PHO 353 Basic Adobe Lightroom for Photographers
PHO 354 Shooting in the Dark
Fundamentals of Electricity Part 1
Fundamentals of Electricity Part 2
Mechanical Controls and Motors Part 1
Mechancial Controls and Motors Part 2
Commercial Refrigeration Part 1
Commercial Refrigeration Part 2
EPA Duct Design, Load Calculation Part 1
EPA Duct Design, Load Calculation Part 2
Basic Refrigeration Systems Part 1
Basic Refrigeration Systems Part 2
Air Conditioning Part 1
Air Conditioning Part 2
Heating Systems Part 1
Heating Systems Part 2
Heat Pump Systems Part 1
Heat Pump Systems Part 2
LICENSED NURSE REFRESHER
CE.LIC-NURSE-REFRESH
Successfully complete the following two courses to earn
a CEWD certificate. For information visit www.aacc.
edu/healthcare/nursing or call
410-777-2560.
NRG 306 Licensed Nurse Refresher: Part 1 – Theory
NSN 387 Licensed Nurse Refresher: Part 2 – Clinical
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C E W D C E R T I F I C AT E S
SENIORS
TRUCK DRIVING
WORLD LANGUAGES
AMERICAN STUDIES CE.AMER.STDS
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE A
CE.CDL.CLASS-A
FRENCH FLUENCY FOUNDATIONS
CE.FRE-FLUENCY-FOUND
Students may earn an AACC CEWD certificate upon
successful completion of the two foundation courses,
and a second certificate upon completion of the
following two comprehension courses.
MODERN LANGUAGES: FRENCH
CE.FRE.MDRN-LANG
MODERN LANGUAGES: SPANISH
CE.SPA.MDRN-LANG
WORLD MYTHOLOGY CE.WORLD.MYTH
SIGN LANGUAGE
BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE
CE.BEGIN.SIGN-LANG
Successfully complete the following courses to earn a
CEWD certificate. For information visit www.aacc.edu/
signing or call 410-777-2121.
SLG 343 Conversational Sign Language 1
SLG 344 Conversational Sign Language 2
SLG 345 Conversational Sign Language 3
TRANSPORTATION
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE B
CE.CDL.CLASS-B
Successfully complete both courses that make up
Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Class A training (OCA
334 and OCA 335) or the single course for CDL Class B
training (OCA 343) to earn an AACC CEWD certificate
and gain the training preparation you need to become
a truck driver. Offered in partnership with All-State
Career, these Motor Vehicle Administration-approved
courses can be completed in as few as one to three
weeks depending on which license you choose. All
classes include both classroom instruction at AACC’s
Glen Burnie Town Center as well as behind-the-wheel
instruction at a driving range in Baltimore. Students
must meet eligibility requirements and schedule an
appointment with the CDL program manager. Call 410777-2935. For information about AACC’s truck driving
training visit www.aacc.edu/cdl.
TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS AND
CARGO SECURITY CE.TLCS.TRANSPORT
VETERINARY ASSISTING
TEACHER PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
VETERINARY ASSISTING CE.VET-ASST
Successfully complete the following courses to
earn a CEWD certificate.
Visit www.aacc.edu/veterinary.
PATHWAYS TO TEACHING ADULTS
CE.PATH.TEACH.ADULTS
Enhance your skills and knowledge related to successful
teaching and learning of adult learners. Maximize
instructional effectiveness and quality teaching to
promote student success. Successfully complete the
following three required core courses and three electives
to earn an AACC CEWD certificate. For information visit
www.aacc.edu/teach/teachingadults.cfm or call
410-777-2981.
Core Courses
TAD 301 Teaching the Adult Learner
TAD 303 Strategies for Teaching Adults with
Diverse Needs
TAD 304 Assessing the Adult Learner
Electives
TAD 302
TAD 305
TAD 306 TAD 307 TAD 308 TAD 309
TAD 310
CCS 533 Veterinary Assistant 1:
Outpatient, Diagnostics and Pharmacy
CCS 534 Veterinary Assistant 2:
Inpatient, Surgery and Emergency
WELDING
WELDING FOR WORK MIG CE.WELD-MIG
WELDING FOR WORK STICK CE.WELD-STICK
WELDING FOR WORK TIG CE.WELD-TIG
AACC offers three CEWD certificates in our Welding for
Work Series. For information about Welding for Work
visit www.aacc.edu/welding/weldingforwork or
call 410-777-2447.
OCC 345 Welding for Work – MIG
Engaging and Supporting Students
Technology for Educators
Energizing your Presentations
Innovation in Education
Educator Portfolio Development
Culturally Responsive Instruction
Management Strategies in the Classroom
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OCC 344 Welding for Work – STICK
OCC 346 Welding for Work – TIG
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FRENCH FOUNDATION SERIES
WLF 331 French Fluency Foundations 1
WLF 332 French Fluency Foundations 2
FRENCH FLUENCY COMPREHENSION
CE.FRE-COMPREHENSION
FRENCH COMPREHENSION SERIES
WLF 341 French Fluency Comprehension 1
WLF 342 French Fluency Comprehension 2
GERMAN FLUENCY FOUNDATIONS
CE.GER-FLUENCE-FOUND
Students may earn an AACC CEWD certificate upon
successful completion of the two foundation courses,
and a second certificate upon completion of the
following two comprehension courses.
GERMAN FOUNDATION SERIES
WLG 331 German Fluency Foundations 1
WLG 332 German Fluency Foundations 2
GERMAN FLUENCY COMPREHENSION
CE.GER-COMPREHENSION
GERMAN COMPREHENSION SERIES
WLG 341 German Fluency Comprehension 1
WLG 342 German Fluency Comprehension 2
C E W D C E R T I F I C AT E S
ITALIAN FLUENCY FOUNDATIONS
CE.ITA-FLUENCE-FOUND
Students may earn an AACC CEWD certificate upon
successful completion of the two foundation courses,
and a second certificate upon completion of the
following two comprehension courses. A third certificate
upon completion of the following two mastery level
courses.
ITALIAN FOUNDATION SERIES
WLI 331 Italian Fluency Foundations 1
WLI 332 Italian Fluency Foundations 2
ITALIAN FLUENCY COMPREHENSION
CE.ITA-COMPREHENSION
ITALIAN COMPREHENSION SERIES
WLI 341 Italian Fluency Comprehension 1
WLI 342 Italian Fluency Comprehension 2
ITALIAN FLUENCY MASTERY CE.ITA-MASTERY
ITALIAN MASTERY SERIES
WLI 351 Italian Fluency Mastery 1
WLI 352 Italian Fluency Mastery 2
SPANISH FLUENCY FOUNDATIONS
CE.SPA-FLUENCE-FOUND
Students may earn an AACC CEWD certificate upon
successful completion of the two foundation courses,
and a second certificate upon completion of the
following two comprehension courses. A third certificate
upon completion of the following two mastery level
courses.
SPANISH FOUNDATION SERIES
WLS 331 Spanish Fluency Foundations 1
WLS 332 Spanish Fluency Foundations 2
SPANISH FLUENCY COMPREHENSION
CE.SPA-COMPREHENSION
SPANISH COMPREHENSION SERIES
WLS 341 Spanish Fluency Comprehension 1
WLS 342 Spanish Fluency Comprehension 2
SPANISH FLUENCY MASTERY CE.SPA-MASTERY
SPANISH MASTERY SERIES
WLS 351 Spanish Fluency Mastery 1
WLS 352 Spanish Fluency Mastery 2
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