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Early College

For Manchester High School Students

Spring Courses Available at Manchester High School

HS Course Title OCC Course Title Course Description  Course Code Section Teacher Pre-Reqs
Intro to Sociology This course presents the fundamental concepts, sociological perspectives, and methods of social research. Course topics include culture, socialization, deviance, social class, race and ethnicity, and gender and sexuality. SOCI-181 M1 Ryan Ramsay
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Intro to Business Administration This course is a thorough survey of the activities that make up the field of business. Emphasis is placed on such topics as ownership, management, organization, purchasing, marketing, production, personnel, finance and government regulations. Industry’s societal responsibilities relating to pollution, minorities and ethical practices are explored. BUSN-131 M1 Joe Serratelli
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Multimedia for the Web This course is designed to provide an overview of multimedia concepts and applications using the most prevalent software for multimedia design. This course will concentrate on creating graphics and small animations for use in conjunction with web design and other applications (PowerPoint). Discussion of vector versus raster graphic will be stressed. File types will be compared and contrasted in order to provide the student with the skills needed to ascertain the best method for file; and which type to use in order to minimize the file size and save in the download process. Students will work in both 2-D and 3-D space, building on previous lessons to gain insight into the new dimension graphics. The course will improve the skills and knowledge of current, as well as aspiring publishers and web designers. Open lab time is required. Prerequisite: Student must have a working knowledge of Windows, Web Design, and Microsoft Office software CSIT-131 M1 Laurie Grote
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Precalc Tech and Applications This is an accelerated review of algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric topics for the highly motivated student. Critical thinking skills will be developed through the study of polynomial, rational, trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions and their graphs from algebraic, analytic, and geometric perspectives. Other topics to be studied are system of equations and inequalities, matrices and determinants, sequences and series, and mathematical induction. Technology and mathematical modeling will be utilized throughout the course MATH-201 M1 Laruen White
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Media Writing I Media Writing I is designed to teach students the basics of news style writing: good leads and simple, basic news stories; evaluating and selecting news for publication in print and on the air; gathering information and developing a news story from it. This course will instill a high regard for accuracy, adequacy and fairness. COMM-151 M1 Jill Ocone
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Concert Band I This course is for music students who wish to perform in innovative instrumental performing groups and develop their practical musicianship. Students will demonstrate further proficiency on their instruments and in ensemble performance. MUSC-173 M1 Sara Culp
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Music Fundamentals This course is designed for a student with little or no knowledge in music theory. It is a study in the rudiments of music such as notation, the structure of scales, intervals, keys, triads, and simple harmonic progressions. This course is intended to prepare students for entry into the Theory of Music I class. MUSC-101 M1 Dwight Weaver
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Marine Biology A field and laboratory approach to the understanding of the complexity of marine organisms; including the study of ecological principles that act to structure marine associations. Emphasis on local coastal and estuarine communities BIOL-265 M1 Danielle Palmieri BIOL-161
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Media Writing II Media Writing II is designed to give the student experience in covering specialized areas of reporting. This course will further develop the skills taught in COMM 151, with special emphasis on developing interviewing skills and the ability to practice in-depth, interpretative, investigative and, possibly, team reporting. Feature writing will be introduced, as will the copy-flow functions of the newsroom. Sensitivity and speed in editing and headline writing will be developed. COMM-152 M1 Jill Ocone COMM-151
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Intro to Computer Game Development This course is an overview of game development. Students will analyze games and gameplay elements, examine genres and trends in games and formulate their own proposal for an original game. The course will also discuss the history of videogames, the current state of electronic gaming, as well as possible future developments CSIT-115 M1 Laurie Grote
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Vocal Ensemble I/College Choir The aim of the choir is to develop and perpetuate a high standard of choral-ensemble singing. Repertoire of various styles and periods will be performed. Pre-requisite: Passing score on tone test. Contact department to set up test MUSC-160 M1 Dwight Weaver
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Spanish II The second semester of Spanish is designed to continue building the student’s Spanish language proficiency based on listening and reading comprehension, speaking and writing. Students continue leaning basic vocabulary and grammar. The vocabulary component covers the vocabulary that enables students to keep communication on an elementary level. Audio as well as computer based material is used to reinforce and expand the skills program in the classroom. It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this course have taken two to three years of high school Spanish if they cannot meet the prerequisite. SPAN-152 M1 Janeen Karaba SPAN-151

Questions?

Contact Haley Abruzzese at 732-255-0482 x7516 or HAbruzzese@ocean.edu

Need to Know

  • Deadlines

    Please look out for Fall 2023 Deadlines and courses soon

  • Costs & Textbooks

    • $110.00 per credit (*plus any applicable course fees)
    • Textbooks are included at no additional cost.
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