Thursday, November 14, 2013

Academic Advising Overview for Small Business Management/Entrepreneurial Studies (SBUS.AAS) Majors

The Academic Advising Center is continuing project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with the best possible academic advising as efficiently as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for Small Business Management (SBUS.AAS) majors.

ENG 121--English Composition I
BUS 101--Business Organization and Management
MAT 101--Freshman Mathematics (prerequisite of MAT 013 or appropriate score on the College Placement Test)
CSC 105--Computer Applications and Systems

GE Social Science Elective

ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121)
SBM 110--Accounting for Small Business (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening.  Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
SBM 120--Small Business Management (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening. Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
SBM 130--Marketing and Sales for Small Business (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening. Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
SPE 121--Fundamentals of Public Speaking

BUS 201--Business Law I
SBM 210--Advertising and Promotion for Small Business (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening. Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
SBM 220--Leadership and Supervision (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening. Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
Business Elective (Courses with MKT or MGT for which students have the appropriate preparation are recommended or see the department chair)
ECO 201--Principles of Economics I (prerequisite of MAT 013)
PED or HED--Physical Education or Health Education Elective

SBM 230--Risk and Financial Management (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening. Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
SBM 240--Co-Op/Internship in Small Business (prerequisite of senior status in SBM curriculum or written permission of department chairperson)
SBM 250--Seminar in Entrepreneurial Studies (prerequisite of BUS 101, SBM 110, SBM 120, SBM 130, SBM 210 or permission of department chairperson) (Note: Not all major courses are offered every semester both day and evening. Please call the course chairperson at 732.906.2594 to discuss course offerings for future semesters.)
GE Science Elective
GE Humanities Elective

Please make an appointment with a transfer counselor in the Department of Counseling and Career Services for any questions about transferring this degree to the college/university of your choice.

For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Academic Advising Overview for Dietetics Transfer (DIET.AS) Majors

The Academic Advising Center is undertaking a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with the best possible academic advising as efficiently as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for Dietetics-Transfer (DIET.AS) majors. 

ENG 121--English Composition I
HRI 103--Principles of Food Selection and Preparation
HRI 105--Basic Nutrition
HRI 208--Food Service Sanitation

BIO 123--General Biology I (prerequisite of one year of high school laboratory biology or BIO 010 and one year of high school laboratory chemistry or CHM 020)

ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121)
HRI 108--Quantity Food Production (prerequisite of HRI 103)
BIO 124--General Biology II (prerequisite of BIO 123)
SOC 121--Introduction to Sociology
CSC 106--Intermediate PC Application with Programming (prerequisite of CSC 105 or 107 or one year of high school computer applications or programming course and MAT 014)

HRI 213--Food Service Systems Management in Dietetics
CHM 121 and 125 (prerequisite of MAT 014 and one year of high school laboratory chemistry or CHM 020)
MAT 129--Precalculus (prerequisite of MAT 014)
PSY 123--Introductory Psychology
PED or HED--Physical Education or Health Education Elective

HRI 205--Food and Beverage Controls and Purchasing (prerequisite of HRI 103)
HRI 218--Nutrition Throughout the Life Span (prerequisite of HRI 105)
CHM 122 and 126 (prerequisite of CHM 121 and 125)
BIO 211--Principles of Microbiology (prerequisite of one year of high school laboratory biology or BIO 010 and one year of high school laboratory chemistry or CHM 020)

GE Humanities Elective

Please make an appointment with a transfer counselor in the Department of Counseling and Career Services for any questions about transferring this degree to the college/university of your choice.

For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu.

    Friday, October 4, 2013

    FAFSA Workshops in Fall 2013

    Need Help Filling out your FAFSA? Join the Financial Aid Office for the Fall FAFSA workshops on:
     
    ·         October 17, 2013: 6:00pm. – 8:00 pm. (Edison Campus - IR 112)

    ·         October 23, 2013:  6:00 pm. – 8:00 pm. (New Brunswick Campus)

    ·         November 6, 2013: 6:00 pm. – 8:00 pm. (Perth Amboy Campus)

    ·         November 13, 2013: 6:00 pm. – 8:00 pm. (New Brunswick Campus)

    ·         November 20, 2013: 6:00 pm. – 8:00 pm. (Edison Campus – IR 112)

    Thursday, October 3, 2013

    News for Media Arts Majors

    Media Arts Majors---CHECK THIS OUT!

    Exciting newly updated major in Media Arts allows you to select from PCP, AGD, and DMA courses in your second year. You have greater freedom to choose what your focus will be. Explore more than one area. Gain skills in multiple areas---web design, print production, digital photography. You will have increased flexibility in your schedule because there are more courses to choose from and both evening and daytime offerings each term. Explore the Media Arts and Design major now!!

    Friday, September 27, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Culinary Arts Certificate (CULIN.CER) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Culinary Arts Certificate (CULIN.CER) majors.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness.

    ENG 121--English Composition I

    GE Math OR GE Science OR GE Humanities Elective OR GE Social Science Elective

    HCD 102--Food and Cooking Fundamentals

    HCD 106--Baking Fundamentals

    HCD 112--Quantity Food Production and Menu Design (prerequisite of HCD 102 and pre or co-requisite of HCD 108)

    HCD 225--Culnary Arts Externship (prerequisite of HCD 102 and Admission to the Culinary Arts Program) This course is only offered in the summer.

    HCD 130--Garde Manger (prerequisite of HCD 102) This course is only offered in the spring.

    HCD 124--Food Business Research and Planning This course is only offered in the spring.

    HCD 230--Banquet and Dining Room Management (prerequisite of HCD 108 and HCD 112) This course is only offered during the day.

    HCD 206 --Food Purchasing and Cost Controls (prerequisite of HCD 102)

    HCD 108--Foodservice Sanitation

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Academic Advising Overview for Media Arts and Design (MAD.AAS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Media Arts (MAD.AAS) Degree.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness. 

    ENG 121--English Composition I

    CSC 105--Computer Applications and Systems

    MAD 107--Photography I
    MAD 113--Two -Dimensional Design
    MAD 117--Freehand Drawing

    Physical Education (one credit) OR Health Education (three credits)

    ART 105--Introduction to Art

    ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121 with a minimum grade of "C")

    MAD 108--Photography II (prerequisite of MAD 107)
    MAD 114--Three--Dimensional Design (prerequisite of MAD 113 and MAD 117)
    MAD 118--Graphic Design Skills (prerequisite of MAD 113 and MAD 117)

    Select any two from the following AGD or DMA or PCP courses

    AGD 213--Typography (prerequisites--all MAD courses)
    AGD 219--Digital Graphics (prerequisites--all MAD courses)
    DMA 218--Graphics for Web Design (prerequisites--MAD 113 and MAD 118)
    DMA 219--Typography of Web Design  (prerequisites--MAD 113 and MAD 118)
    PCP 221--Color Photography (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)
    PCP 225--Commercial Photography (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)

    GE Math or GE Science (3 credits)

    GE Humanities Elective

    ART 110--Figure Drawing

    Select any two from the following AGD or DMA or PCP courses

    AGD 212--Advertising Design (prerequisites--all required MAD courses)
    AGD 214--Print Production (prerequisites--all required MAD courses)
    DMA 222--Web Animation and Interactive Media (prerequisites--MAD 113 and MAD 118)
    DMA 223--Website Design and Layout  (prerequisites--MAD 113 and MAD 118)
    PCP 224--Digital Imaging (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)
    PCP 226--Professional Studio Photography (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)
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    Choose one of the following Portfolios:

    AGD 280--Portfolio--dependent on area of concentration and completing 6 credits of prerequisites/corequisites (prerequisites--all required MAD courses) (prerequisites/corequisites--6 credits of AGD courses or permission of department chairperson)  OR

    DMA 280--Portfolio--dependent on area of concentration and completing 6 credits of prerequisites/corequisites  (prerequisites--all required MAD courses) (prerequisites/corequisites--6 credits of DMA courses or permission of department chairperson)  OR

    PCP 280--Portfolio--dependent on area of concentration and completing 6 credits of prerequisites/corequisites -- (prerequisites--all required MAD courses) (prerequisites/corequisites--6 credits of PCP courses or permission of department chairperson)

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    ENG 240--Business Communication (prerequisite--ENG 122) OR
    BUS 240-- (prerequisite--ENG 122)

    GE Humanities Elective--Choose one ART or MUS or THE course designated as a GE Humanities Elective.

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Thursday, September 26, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Media Arts Professional Commercial Photography (MADPH.AAS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Media Arts Professional Commercial Photography (MADPH.AAS) Degree.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness.

    CSC 105--Computer Applications and Systems

    ENG 121--English Composition I

    MAD 107--Photography I
    MAD 113--Two -Dimensional Design
    MAD 117--Freehand Drawing

    Physical Education (one credit) OR Health Education (three credits)

    ART 104--History of Photography OR
    ART 124--Art History:Renaissance to Modern OR
    ART 125--Art History:Modern and Contemporary

    ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121 with a minimum grade of "C")

    MAD 108--Photography II (prerequisite of MAD 107)
    MAD 114--Three--Dimensional Design (prerequisite of MAD 113 and MAD 117)
    MAD 118--Graphic Design Skills (prerequisite of MAD 113 and MAD 117)

    BUS 101--Business Organization and Management OR
    SBM 120--Small Business Administration (Students who take SBM 120 need special permission to enroll in MKT203)

    PCP 221--Color Photography (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)
    PCP 225--Commercial Photography (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)

    GE Math or GE Science (3 credits)

    GE Humanities Elective OR GE Social Science Elective

    MKT 143--Salesmanship OR MKT 203--Principles of Advertising (prerequisite of BUS 101)

    PCP 224--Digital Imaging (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)
    PCP 226--Professional Studio Photography  (prerequisites--MAD 107 and MAD 108)
    PCP 280--Portfolio (prerequisites--all required MAD courses) (prerequisites/corequisites--6 credits of PCP courses or permission of department chairperson)

    GE Social Science Elective

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Academic Advising Overview for Media Arts Advertising Graphic Design (MADAD.AAS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Media Arts Advertising Graphic Design (MADAD.AAS) Degree.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness.

    CSC 105--Computer Applications and Systems

    ENG 121--English Composition I

    MAD 107--Photography I
    MAD 113--Two -Dimensional Design
    MAD 117--Freehand Drawing

    Physical Education (one credit) OR Health Education (three credits)

    ART 104--History of Photography OR
    ART 124--Art History:Renaissance to Modern OR
    ART 125--Art History:Modern and Contemporary

    ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121 with a minimum grade of "C")

    MAD 108--Photography II (prerequisite of MAD 107)
    MAD 114--Three--Dimensional Design (prerequisite of MAD 113 and MAD 117)
    MAD 118--Graphic Design Skills (prerequisite of MAD 113 and MAD 117)

    BUS 101--Business Organization and Management OR
    SBM 120--Small Business Administration (Students who take SBM 120 need special permission to enroll in MKT203)

    AGD 213--Typography (prerequisites--all required MAD courses)
    AGD 219--Digital Graphics (prerequisites--all required MAD courses)

    GE Math or GE Science (3 credits)

    GE Humanities Elective OR GE Social Science Elective

    AGD 212--Advertising Design (prerequisites--all required MAD courses)
    AGD 214--Print Production  (prerequisites--all required MAD courses)
    AGD 280--Portfolio (prerequisites--all required MAD courses) (prerequisites/corequisites--6 credits of AGD courses or permission of department chairperson)

    MKT 143--Salesmanship OR MKT 203--Principles of Advertising (prerequisite of BUS 101)

    GE Social Science Elective

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Friday, July 12, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Chemistry Transfer (CHM.AS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Chemistry (CHM.AS) Degree.

    CHM 121--General Chemistry I Lecture   (prerequisite of MAT 014 and one year of high school chemistry with a grade of "C" or better or CHM 020)
    CHM 125--General Chemistry I Lab   (prerequisite of MAT 014 and one year of high school chemistry with a grade of "C" or better or CHM 020)

    ENG 121--English Composition I

    MAT 129--Precalculus (prerequisite of appropriate score on the College's placement test or MAT 014 with a minimum grade of "B" or departmental approval; can be taken in two semester format of 129A and 129B)

    CSC 106--Intermediate PC Applications with Programming (prerequisite of CSC 105 or CSC 107 and MAT 014)

    Physical Education (one credit) or Health Education (three credits)

    CHM 122--General Chemistry II Lecture (prerequisite of CHM 121 with a minimum grade of "C")
    CHM 126--General Chemistry II Lab (prerequisite of CHM 121 and 125 with a minimum grade of "C" and corequisite of CHM 122)

    ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121 with a minimum grade of "C")

    MAT 131--Analytical Geometry and Calculus (prerequisite of MAT 129 or 129A and 129B)

    GE Humanities Elective

    GE Social Science Elective

    CHM 221--Organic Chemistry I Lecture (prerequisite of CHM 122 with a minimum grade of "C")
    CHM 227--Organic Chemistry I Lab (prerequisite of CHM 122, CHM 126 with a minimum grade of "C" and corerequisite of CHM 221)

    PHY 123--General Physics I Lecture (prerequisite of MAT 129 or MAT 129A and 129B)
    PHY 125--General Physics I Lab (prerequisite of MAT 129 or MAT 129A and 129B)

    CHM 230--Analytical Chemistry (prerequisite of CHM 122 and 126 with a minimum grade of "C")

    GE Humanities Elective or GE Social Science elective

    CHM 222--Organic Chemistry II Lecture (prerequisite of CHM 221 with a minimum grade of 'C" and CHM 227)
    CHM 228--Organic Chemistry II Lab (prerequisite of CHM 221 with a minimum grade of 'C" and CHM 227; corequisite of CHM 222)

    PHY 124--General Physics II Lecture (prerequisite of PHY 123)
    PHY 126--General Physics II Lab (prerequisite of PHY 125)

    CHM 240--Research in Chemistry (prerequisite of BIO 124, CHM 122, CHM 126, and ENG 121)

    Technical Elective (BIO 123 or BIO 124 or CHM 202)


    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Wednesday, July 3, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Fire Science Technology (FIRE.AAS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Fire Science (FIRE.AAS) Degree.

    FSC 103--Introduction to Fire Protection

    SCI 207--Principles of Chemistry and Physics for Fire Science  (prerequisite of CHM 010 or one year of high school laboratory chemistry with a grade of "C" or better)

    ENG 121--English Composition I

    MAT 107--Mathematics I (prerequisite of MAT 013)

    Physical Education (one credit) or Health Education (three credits)

    CSC 105--Computer Applications and Systems

    ENG 122--English Composition II (prerequisite of ENG 121)

    MAT 108--Mathematics II (prerequisite of MAT 107)

    FSC 204--Building Construction (prerequisite of FSC 103 or permission of department chair )

    GE Humanities Elective

    FSC 206--Fire Strategy and Tactics (prerequisite of FSC 103 or permission of department chair)

    FSC 207--Hazardous Materials for the Fire Service (prerequisite of FSC 103 or permission of department chair)

    FSC 209--Fire Suppression and Detection Systems (prerequisite of FSC 103 or permission of department chair)

    POS 201--United States State and Local Government

    FSC 214--Rescue Company Operations

    FSC 210--Fire and Arson Investigation (prerequisite of FSC 103 or permission of department chair)

    FSC 212--Fire Prevention and Inspection (prerequisite of FSC 103 or permission of department chair)

    MGT 200--Principles of Supervision (offered only in the spring semester)

    GE Humanities Elective or GE Social Science elective

    Elective--Recommended EMT 101 (Emergency Medical Technician) or EMP 100 (Introduction to Emergency Management)

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Monday, April 8, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Computer and Information Systems (CSI.AAS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Computer and Information Systems (CSI.AAS) Degree.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness.

    CSC 105 or 106 (CSC 106 has prerequisites of MAT 014 and CSC 105 or CSC 107 or one year of high school applications or a programming course) 

    CSC 161--Introduction to Computer Science Using Java (prerequisite of MAT 014)

    ENG 121

    MAT 116 (College Algebra) or MAT 129 (Precalculus) or MAT 129A and MAT 129B

    GE Social Science elective

    CSC 110--Microcomputer Operating Systems and Architecture (prerequisite of CSC 105 or CSC 106)

    CSC 162--Object Oriented Programming Using Java (prerequisites of CSC 161 and MAT 116 or MAT 129 or MAT 129A)

    CSC 208--Visual BASIC Programming (prerequisite of CSC 106 or CSC 161 or CSC 133)

    ENG 122 (prerequisite of ENG 121)

    MAT 123 (Statistics I) or MAT 131 or MAT 131A and MAT 131B--Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

    CSC 200--Networking Technologies (prerequisite of CSC 110)

    CSC 236--Data Structures in JAVA (prerequisites of CSC 162 and MAT 116 or MAT 129 or MAT 129B

    CSC 245--UNIX and Shell Programming (prerequsite of CSC 133 or CSC 161)

    Physical Education (one credit) or Health Education (three credits)

    CSC 239--Database Concepts (prerequsite of CSC 133 or CSC 161)

    CSC 241--Web Programming (prerequsite of CSC 134 or CSC 162)

    CSC 246--UNIX and Web Server Administration (prerequisite of CSC 245)

    GE Humanities Elective

    Technical Elective  (Choose one course from the following--CSC 116, CSC 126, CSC 127, CSC 205, CSC 206, CSC 248, CSC 251, CSC 252, or CSC 261)

    Other electives please consult with a Computer Science Advisor to determine which of these take might be completed in lieu of one of the Techical Electives--CSC 211 or MAT 132 or 4-credit GE Science elective

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Academic Advising Overview for Computer Science Network Administration and Support (CSNN.AAS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Computer Science Network Administration and Support (CSNN.AAS) Degree.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness.

    CSC 105 or 106 (CSC 106 has prerequisites of MAT 014 and CSC 105 or CSC 107 or one year of high school applications or a programming course) 

    CSC 133--Introduction to Computer Science Using C++  (prerequisite of MAT 014)

    ENG 121

    MAT 116 (College Algebra) or MAT 129 (Precalculus) or MAT 129A and MAT 129B

    GE Social Science elective

    CSC 110--Microcomputer Operating Systems and Architecture (prerequisite of CSC 105 or CSC 106)

    CSC 208--Visual BASIC Programming (prerequisite of CSC 106 or CSC 133 or CSC 161)

    CSC 116--Introduction to Information Systems Security (prerequisite of CSC 105 or CSC 106)

    ENG 122 (prerequisite of ENG 121)

    MAT 123 (Statistics I) or MAT 131 or MAT 131A and MAT 131B--Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

    CSC 200--Networking Technologies (prerequisite of CSC 110)

    CSC 245--UNIX and Shell Programming (prerequsite of CSC 133 or CSC 161)

    CSC 251--Windows Workstation Administration (prerequisite of CSC 200)

    Physical Education (one credit) or Health Education (three credits)

    Technical Elective (Choose one course from the following--CSC 126, CSC 127, CSC 205, CSC 206, CSC 258, CSC 261, CSC 134, CSC 211, CSC 230, CSC 235, CSC 241, MAT 132)

    CSC 239--Database Concepts (prerequsite of CSC 133 or CSC 161)

    CSC 246--UNIX and Web Server Administration (prerequisite of CSC 245)

    CSC 248--PC Service and Support (prerequsite of CSC 134 or CSC 162)

    CSC 252--Windows Server Administration

    GE Humanities Elective

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Friday, April 5, 2013

    Challenging the Next Level of Developmental Math

    Students who successfully complete (grade of "C" or higher) a developmental math class are permitted to challenge the next level.

    Students who receive a grade of "C" or higher in MAT 010 are permitted to challenge MAT 013 once. Students who receive a grade of "C" or higher in MAT 013 are permitted to challenge MAT 014 once.

    Once your grade has been entered on your transcript, you can visit the Testing Center (except for Thursday) to take a challenge test for the next level of developmental math.  If you successfully challenge that next level, you can visit the Advising Center to adjust your schedule accordingly.

    Please be sure to prepare for your challenge, however.  Visit the Testing Center Review Material Page for sample review questions.

    Wednesday, April 3, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Computer Science--Transfer (CSC.AS) Majors

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Computer Science Transfer (CSC.AS) Degree.

    Please also take a few moments to complete this assessment of the Electronic Advising Packet so that the Academic Advising Center can gain insight into its effectiveness.

    ENG 121 

    CSC 161--Introduction to Computer Science Using Java  (prerequisite of MAT 014)

    MAT 131 or MAT 131A and MAT 131B--Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

    GE Science elective (Students should take science courses designated as General Education (GE MST) that are numbered 117 or higher and should take a two-course sequence in the same science.

    Physical Education (one credit) or Health Education (three credits)

    CSC 162--Object Oriented Programming Using Java (prerequisites of CSC 161 and MAT 129)

    ENG 122 (prerequisite of ENG 121)

    MAT 132--Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (prerequisite of MAT 131)

    GE Science elective (Students should take science courses designated as General Education (GEMST) that are numbered 117 or higher and should take a two-course sequence in the same science.

    Technical Elective (CSC 116 or 200 level Computer Science or Science elective)

    CSC 263--Computer Organization and Architecture I (prerequisite of CSC 161)

    CSC 236--Data Structures in Java (prerequisites of  CSC 162 and MAT 129)

    MAT 206--Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (prerequisite of MAT 132 or approval of department chairperson)

    GE Social Science elective

    CSC 264--Computer Organization and Architecture II (prerequisite of CSC 263)

    MAT 210--Linear Algebra (prerequisite of MAT 132)

    GE Social Science elective or GE Humanities Elective

    GE Humanities Elective

    For additional questions, please email the Academic Advising Center at advising@middlesexcc.edu

    Monday, March 11, 2013

    Academic Advising Overview for Liberal Arts--Business (LABUS.AA)

    The Academic Advising Center is continuing a new project which will allow students to receive an overview of the requirements of their declared major. In so doing, the Center hopes to utilize the electronic resources at its disposal to provide our students with another method of the best possible academic advising in as efficient a way as possible. This Electronic Advising Packet is for the Liberal Arts--Business (LABUS.AA) Degree.

    ENG 121 and 122

    SPE 121 or 123

    HIS 121--Western Civilization I
    HIS 122--Western Civilization II
     or
    HIS 131--World History I
    HIS 132--World History II
    or
    HIS 221--United States History I
    HIS 222--United States History II


    GE Humanities Elective

    Two semesters of a modern language

    CSC 105 or 106

    Two GE Math courses in a sequence (MAT 123/124 or MAT 129/131 or MAT 131/132 or MAT 131/285)

    GE Science elective

    Two GE Social Science electives

    ACC 101and 102

    ECO 201 and ECO 202

    GE Diversity elective

    Physical Education (1 credit) or Health Education (3 credits)