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Spring Semester 2016 Hybrid and Online Classes

Hybrid courses - Sec on indicator starts with an H; example H01 or H31. All hybrid courses have a required on-campus component.

Online courses - Sec on indicator starts with an N; example N01.

For online courses, ac vate your student email and enter the class on the fi rst class day. For help, email: online@njc.edu

Term CRN

Prefi x No.

Sec.

Title

GT

Start

Time

End

Time

Bldg

Rm Days Instructor

Cr. Start Date

End Date

Fees

AU9

ACC

235 H31

Computerized Acct: Small Bus

NBH

17

M

Kilmer

3

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

79.95

Required Campus Class Dates: Mar 21, Apr 4, Apr 18.

AU9

ACC

235 N01

Computerized Acct: Small Bus

Kilmer

3

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

79.95

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

Full

AGE

102 H31

Agriculture Economics: SS1

GT

NBH

13

R

W. Lewis

3

19-Jan-16

Hybrid Course-Required on campus class dates: Feb 18, Mar 24, Apr 21, May 5. Designed primarily for high school ag students:

Full

AGE

102 N01

Agriculture Economics: SS1

GT

W. Lewis

3

19-Jan-16

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of course. For help - email: online@njc.edu

AU7

BUS

115 H31

Introduc on to Business

NPW

29

M

STAFF

3

25-Jan-16

11-Mar-

120

Required On-Campus Dates: Jan 25, Feb 8, Feb 22

AU7

BUS

115 N01

Introduc on to Business

STAFF

3

25-Jan-16

11-Mar-

120

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

AU9

BUS

203 H31

Intro to Interna onal Business

NPW

29

M

Jones

3

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

69.00

Required on campus class dates: Mar 21, Apr 4, Apr 18

AU9

BUS

203 N01

Intro to Interna onal Business

Jones

3

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

69.00

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

AU9

BUS

217 H31

Bus Communica on/Report

NPW

29

M

STAFF

3

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

85.00

Hybrid Course- Required on campus class dates: Mar 21, Apr 4, Apr 18.

AU9

BUS

217 N01

Bus Communica on/Report

STAFF

3

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

85.00

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

AU8

CIS

118 H31

Intro PC Applica ons

NPW

12

M

Rhodes

3

8-Feb-16

22-Apr-16 69.00

Hybrid Course- Required on campus class dates: Feb 8, Feb 29, Mar 21, Apr 4.

AU8

CIS

118 N01

Intro PC Applica ons

Rhodes

3

8-Feb-16

22-Apr-16 69.00

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

AU9

CIS

259 H31

M/S Offi

ce Sp Cert/Expt Excel

NPW

12

M

Rhodes

1

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

69.00

Hybrid Course- Required on campus class dates: Mar 21, Apr 4.

AU9

CIS

259 N01

M/S Offi

ce Sp Cert/Expt Excel

Rhodes

1

21-Mar-16

6-May-16

69.00

AcƟ vate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

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Term CRN

Prefi x No.

Sec.

Title

GT

Start

Time

End

Time

Bldg

Rm Days Instructor

Cr. Start Date

End Date

Fees

Full

30300 ECE

101 H01

Intro to Early Childhood Education

0100PM 0230PM NES

111 T

Brady-Lawler

3

19-Jan-16

13-May-16

Hybrid Course - Required on-campus class dates: Jan 19, Feb 16, Mar 8, Apr 12, May 5

Full

30383 ECE

102 H31

Intro to ECE Lab Techniques

1200PM 0100PM NES

111 T

Brady-Lawler

3

19-Jan-16

13-May-16

Hybrid Course- Required on campus class dates: Jan 19, Feb 16, Mar 8, Apr 12, May 10

Full

30937 ECE

103 H01

Guidance Strategies Yng Child

0400PM 0530PM NES

111 W

Brady-Lawler

3

19-Jan-16

13-May-16

Hybrid Course - Required on-campus class dates: Jan 20, Feb 24, Mar 23, Apr 20

Full

30419 ECE

241 H01

Admin:Human Relations ECE

0400PM 0530PM NES

111 T

Brady-Lawler

3

19-Jan-16

13-May-16

Hybrid Course- Required on campus class dates: Jan 19, Feb 16, Mar 8, Apr 12, May 5

AU7

30869 MAN

200 H31

Human Resource Management I

0530PM 0625PM NPW

29

M

Walker

3

25-Jan-16

11-Mar-16

60.60

Required On-Campus Dates: Jan 25, Feb 8, Feb 22.

AU7

30870 MAN

200 N01

Human Resource Management I

Walker

3

25-Jan-16

11-Mar-16

60.60

Activate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

AU7

30498 MAR

216 H31

Principles of Marketing

0630PM 0720PM NPW

29

M

Kerker

3

25-Jan-16

11-Mar-16

120

Required On-Campus Dates: Jan 25, Feb 8, Feb 22.

AU7

30931 MAR

216 N01

Principles of Marketing

Kerker

3

25-Jan-16

11-Mar-16

120

Activate your student email and enter the online class on the fi rst day of the course. For help, email online@njc.edu.

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What you must know about

taking online classes

Online courses are NOT EASIER

than on campus

classes. In fact, many students will say it

requires

much more time and commitment.

Online courses are NOT SELF-PACED

or

independent learni

ng.

You are required to

complete course work by the due dates

indicated by the

instructor within the course.

Online courses USE TECHNOLOGY.

You need to be

comforta

ble with up and down loading

your assignments as

well as moving them in and

out of yo

ur word processing software.

You must be willing and able to commit your time,

approximately 8-10 hours of work per week,

per course.

There are two ways you may

take online classes thro

ugh NJC

ʇ

NJC Online and Hybrid Classes

These classes are taught by

NJC instructors and they

are designated in the class listings as those classes

with an “H” (H

ybrid”) or “N”

(Online) in the section

number. See pages 39-40 in this booklet for a list of

these classes

. You may enroll and do all your work for

these classes

through the NJC webs

ite www.njc.edu

ʇ

CCCOnline Classes

These classes are offered through the state community

college system. This Spring ‘16, four different sessions

will be offered. One 15 weeks, one 10 weeks and two 6

weeks in length. You may sign up for these classes

and designate NJC as your “home” college. Your grade

will show up on your NJC transcript just as if you had

taken it through NJC. See pages 41-43 for a list of

these classes

. You may enroll and do all your work for

these classes

through the CCCOnline website:

http://ccconline.org/

Know the difference.

The successful student will view their

online cou

rse as a co

nvenient w

ay to

receive their educatio

n,

not an easier way

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2016 Spring CCCOnline Class Lis ngs

15 wk 10 wk 6 wk 6 wk

Prefi x No. Title GT Cr. Fees LabKit

30534 AAA 99 Active Learning Skills 1 65.30

30121 30366 ACC 101 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 65.30

30328 30539 ACC 115 Payroll Accounting 3

30122 30231 ACC 121 Accounting Principles I 4 54.80

30123 30232 ACC 122 Accounting Principles II 4 54.80

30538 ACC 125 Computerized Accounting 3

30124 ACC 131 Income Tax 3 65.30

30436 ACC 135 Spreadsheet Apps/ Accounting 3

30125 ACC 211 Intermediate Accounting I 4 54.80

30126 ACC 212 Intermediate Accounting II 4 54.80

30494 ACC 216 Govt & Not-for-profi t Acct 3 54.80

30127 ACC 226 Cost Accounting 3 65.30

30128 30233 ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology : SS3 GT 3 65.30

30947 30948 ANT 107 Intro to Archaeology: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30889 30890 ANT 111 Bio Anthrplgy W/Lab: SC1 GT 4 65.30

30437 30891 ANT 225 Anth of Religion: SS3 GT 3

30129 30234 30698 30699 ART 110 Art Appreciation: AH1 GT 3 65.30

30130 30235 ART 111 Art Hist Ancient/ Medievel: AH1 GT 3 65.30

30131 30367 ART 112 Art Hist Renaiss to Modern: AH1 GT 3 65.30

30392 30236 AST 101 Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 65.30

30132 30700 AST 102 Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 65.30

30133 30237 BIO 105 Science of Biology w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 164.95

30134 BIO 106 Basic Anatomy And Physiology 4 65.30

30135 30238 BIO 111 Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1 GT 5 65.30 213.00

30136 BIO 112 Gen College Biology II/Lab:SC1 GT 5 65.30 259.00

30137 BIO 201 Human Anat&Phys w/Lab I:SC1 GT 4 65.30 307.00

30138 BIO 202 Human Anat&Phys II/Lab :SC1 GT 4 65.30 374.00

30139 30239 BIO 204 Microbiology w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 65.30 365.00

30329 BIO 216 Pathophysiology 4

30140 BIO 221 Botany w/Lab: SC1 5 203.00

30596 30240 30701 30702 BUS 115 Introduction to Business 3 65.30

30241 BUS 120 Introduction to E-Commerce 3 65.30

30141 30242 BUS 216 Legal Environment of Business 3 65.30

30142 30243 BUS 217 Bus Communication/Rept Write 3 65.30

30143 30244 BUS 226 Business Statistics 3 65.30

30703 30750 CCR 92 Composition & Reading 5

30704 CCR 94 Studio 121 3

Students must also enroll in ENG 121-C12

30144 30245 CHE 101 Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1 GT 5 65.30 244.95

30145 CHE 102 Intro to Chemistry II/Lab: SC1 GT 5 65.30 199.00

30146 30246 CHE 111 Gen College Chem I/Lab: SC1 GT 5 65.30 204.00

30147 30447 CHE 112 Gen College Chem II/Lab: SC1 GT 5 65.30 205.00

30148 30247 CIS 115 Intro to Computer Info Sys 3 65.30

30294 30248 CIS 118 Intro PC Applications 3 65.30

30467 30488 CIS 135 Complete PC Word Processing 3 65.30

30149 30489 CIS 145 Complete PC Database 3 65.30

30150 30490 CIS 155 PC Spreadsheet Concepts 3 65.30

30151 CIS 240 Database Design & Develop- 3

30152 CIS 267 Mgmt of Information Systems 3

30153 CIS 268 Systems Analysis and Design I 3

30154 CNG 101 Networking Fundamentals 3 54.80

30117 CNG 102 Local Area Networks 3 54.80

30359 CNG 104 Intro to TCP/IP 3

30295 30892 CNG 211 Windows Confi guration: (OS) 3

30356 30705 30706 COM 115 Public Speaking 3 65.30

30357 30358 30707 30708 COM 125 Interpersonal Communication 3 65.30

30155 30509 CRJ 110 Intro to Criminal Justice SS3 GT 3 65.30

30156 30526 CRJ 125 Policing Systems 3 65.30

30157 CRJ 135 Judicial Function 3 65.30

30158 30510 CRJ 145 Correctional Process 3 65.30

30438 CRJ 205 Principles of Criminal Law 3 54.80

30159 30709 CRJ 210 Constitutional Law 3 65.30

30160 CRJ 220 Human Rel/Social Confl ict 3 54.80

30161 CRJ 230 Criminology 3

30442 30710 CRJ 236 CRJ Research Methods 3

30456 CRJ 257 Victimology 3

30468 CSC 105 Computer Literacy 3 65.30

30162 CSC 160 Computer Science I: (C++) 4

30163 CSC 161 Computer Sci II: (C++) 4

30756 CSC 220 Intro to MS Visual Basic.NET 3

30451 CSC 230 C Programming: Platform 3

30118 CSC 240 Java Programming 3

30164 30249 CWB 110 Cmplt Web Author: (HTML) 3 65.30

30250 CWB 130 Web Editing 3 65.30

30165 30251 ECE 101 Intro to Early Childhood Educ 3 65.30

30166 ECE 102 Intro to ECE Lab Techniques 3 65.30

30252 ECE 103 Guidance Strategies Yng Child 3

30167 30500 ECE 111 Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice 3 65.30

30360 ECE 112 Infant/Toddler Lab Tech 3

30168 ECE 125 Science/Math & the Young Child 3

30330 ECE 126 Art and the Young Child 2

30533 ECE 127 Music/Movement for Children 1

30169 30253 ECE 205 Nutrition, Health and Safety 3

30394 30297 ECE 220 Curriculum Methods Techniques 3

30400 ECE 225 Language & Cognition 3

30331 ECE 226 Creativity and the Young Child 3

30487 30491 ECE 238 Child Growth and Development 3 65.30

30170 ECE 240 Admin of ECE Programs 3

30171 ECE 241 Admin:Human Relations ECE 3

30172 30393 ECE 260 The Exceptional Child 3 65.30

30173 30254 ECO 201 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 GT 3 65.30

30174 30255 ECO 202 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 GT 3 65.30

30742 EDU 221 Introduction to Education 3

30893 EDU 222 Effective Teaching 1

15 wk 10 wk 6 wk 6 wk

Prefi x No. Title GT Cr. Fees LabKit

CCCOnline offers 4 sessions this Spring. Dates of sessions are as follows:

15 WEEK SESSION Jan 25-May 7 10 WEEK SESSION Feb 29-May 7 6 WEEK SESSION Feb 8-Mar 19 6 WEEK SESSION Mar 28-May 7

GT=Guaranteed Transfer

Find your text book information for CCCS Online classes at

bookstore@ccconline.org

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GT=Guaranteed Transfer

2016 Spring CCCOnline Class Listings Continued

30175 30256 30711 30712 ENG 121 English Composition I : CO1 GT 3

30715 ENG 121 English Composition I : CO1 GT 3

Students must also enroll in CCR 094-C12

30176 30257 30713 30714 ENG 122 English Composition II: CO2 GT 3

30177 30258 ENG 131 Technical Writing I 3

30457 ENG 201 English Composition III: CO3 GT 3

30178 30259 ENG 221 Creative Writing I 3

30348 ENG 222 Creative Writing II 3

30597 ENV 101 Environmental Sci w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 54.80 224.95

30179 30260 FRE 111 French Language I 5 65.30

30361 FRE 112 French Language II 5 65.30

30395 FRE 211 French Language III: AH4 GT 3 65.30

30443 FRE 212 French Language IV: AH4 GT 3 65.30

30180 30261 GEO 105 World Regional Geography: SS2 GT 3 65.30

30439 30441 GEO 106 Human Geography: SS2 GT 3 65.30

30181 30492 GER 111 German Language I 5 65.30

30182 30262 GEY 111 Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 65.30 219.00

30598 GEY 112 Historical Geology w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 54.80 214.95

30183 30263 HIS 101 Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1 GT 3

30184 30264 HIS 102 Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1 GT 3

30469 30470 HIS 111 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 GT 3 54.80

30471 30472 HIS 112 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 GT 3 54.80

30716 30717 30718 30719 HIS 121 US History to Reconst: HI1 GT 3

30720 30721 HIS 122 US History since Civil War: HI1 GT 3

30185 30332 30722 30723 HIS 225 Colorado History: HI1 GT 3

30396 30265 HPR 178 Medical Terminology 2 65.30

30440 30531 HUM 115 World Mythology: AH2 GT 3

30186 30266 HUM 121 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 GT 3

30187 30267 HUM 122 Humanities: Mediev-Mod: AH2 GT 3

30188 30333 HUM 123 Humanities: Modern Wrld:AH2 GT 3

30189 30401 30724 30725 HWE 100 Human Nutrition 3 65.30

30190 30268 30895 30896 LIT 115 Intro to Literature I: AH2 GT 3

30191 LIT 201 Wrld Literature to 1600: AH2 GT 3

30726 LIT 202 World Lit After 1600: AH2 GT 3

30192 LIT 211 Amer Lit to Civil War: AH2 GT 3

30397 LIT 212 Amer Lit Aft Civil War: AH2 GT 3

30362 LIT 222 British Lit Since 1770: AH2 GT 3

30444 LIT 225 Intro to Shakespeare: AH2 GT 3

30193 30269 LIT 255 Children`s Literature 3 65.30

30445 30334 MAN 200 Human Resource Management I 3 65.30

30194 30270 MAN 216 Small Business Management 3 65.30

30195 30271 MAN 226 Principles of Management 3 65.30

30335 30448 MAR 111 Principles of Sales 3 65.30

30949 MAR 160 Customer Service 3 54.80

30196 30272 MAR 216 Principles of Marketing 3 65.30

30727 MAT 25 Algebraic Literacy Lab 1 65.30

Students must also enroll in MAT 055-C12

30594 30595 MAT 50 Quantitative Literacy 4 65.30

30740 30741 MAT 55 Algebraic Literacy 4 65.30

30728 MAT 55 Algebraic Literacy 4 65.30

Students must also enroll in MAT 025-C12

30363 30543 MAT 103 Math for Clinical Calculations 3 65.30

30197 30745 30746 MAT 107 Career Math 3

30758 30273 MAT 112 Financial Mathematics 3

30198 MAT 120 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 GT 4 65.30

30199 30274 MAT 121 College Algebra : MA1 GT 4 65.30

30200 MAT 122 College Trigonometry: MA1 GT 3 65.30

30202 MAT 123 Finite Mathematics: MA1 GT 4 65.30

30201 MAT 125 Survey of Calculus: MA1 GT 4 65.30

30203 30275 MAT 135 Intro to Statistics: MA1 GT 3 65.30

30323 MAT 155 Integrated Math I 3 65.30

30324 MAT 156 Integrated Math II 3 65.30

30325 MAT 166 Pre-Calculus: MA1 GT 5 65.30

30204 30901 MAT 201 Calculus I: MA1 GT 5 54.80

30205 MAT 202 Calculus II : MA1 GT 5 54.80

30206 MAT 203 Calculus III: MA1 GT 4 54.80

30729 MAT 265 Differential Equations: MA1 GT 3 54.80

30529 30371 MGD 102 Introduction To Multimedia 3

30398 30402 MGD 111 Adobe Photoshop I 3 65.30

30530 30372 MGD 112 Adobe Illustrator I 3 65.30

30399 MGD 114 Adobe InDesign 3 65.30

30373 MGD 141 Web Design I 3 65.30

30532 MUS 100 Intro to Music Theory I 3

30207 30276 MUS 120 Music Appreciation: AH1 GT 3 65.30

30446 MUS 121 Music Hist Mdvl-Classical: AH1 GT 3

30449 MUS 122 Music Hist Romantic-Prsnt: AH1 GT 3

30458 MUS 125 History of Jazz: AH1 GT 3 65.30

30208 30278 30730 30731 PHI 111 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 GT 3

30209 30279 PHI 112 Ethics: AH3 GT 3

30210 30370 PHI 113 Logic: AH3 GT 3

30743 30744 PHI 114 Comparative Religions: AH3 GT 3 65.30

30211 PHI 115 World Religions-West: AH3 GT 3

30212 PHI 116 World Religions-East: AH3 GT 3

30364 PHI 205 Business Ethics: AH3 GT 3

30315 PHI 214 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 GT 3

30213 30368 PHY 105 Conceptual Physics w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 65.30 130.00

30214 30369 PHY 111 Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1 GT 5 54.80 125.00

30215 PHY 112 Physics Alg-Based II/Lab: SC1 GT 5 54.80 127.00

30216 PHY 211 Physics Calc-Based I/Lab: SC1 GT 5 54.80 125.00

30217 PHY 212 Physics Calc-Based II/Lab: SC1 GT 5 54.80 127.00

30218 30280 POS 105 Intro to Political Science: SS1 GT 3 65.30

15 wk 10 wk 6 wk 6 wk

Prefi x No. Title GT Cr. Fees LabKit 15 wk 10 wk 6 wk 6 wk Prefi x No. Title GT Cr. Fees LabKit

CCCOnline offers 4 sessions this Spring. Dates of sessions are as follows:

15 WEEK SESSION Jan 25-May 7 10 WEEK SESSION Feb 29-May 7 6 WEEK SESSION Feb 8-Mar 19 6 WEEK SESSION Mar 28-May 7

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For information on required books and materials, go to http://ccconline.org/Students/Bookstore/

Some courses have digital content built into the structure of the course and may not require a textbook. The digital content fee covers the cost of accessing this content. This fee is non-refundable.For more

information about digital content in CCCOnline delivered courses, please visit

http://students.ccconline.org/index.php?title=Portal:Digital_Content_Support Courses with an amount in the Lab Kit column require a lab kit.

You must complete the address pop-up box assignment that will appear when you log into your course. Your lab kit will not be sent until you have completed this assignment. You must provide a physical

address, not a PO Box. APOs are acceptable for military students.

Neither CCCOnline or the lab kit distributor will be responsible for kits delivered to an incorrect ad-dress. Additional information about the lab kit will be emailed to your student email account and is

also available at

http://media.ccconline.org/ccco/Course_Materials/LAB_KIT_FAQ.pdf Please allow 5-7 business days for delivery. International orders may take longer.

If you do not receive your lab kit, please contact the CCCOnline Bookstore at bookstore@ccconline.org

Please include your name, student ID number, home college, and telephone number, and the course in which you are enrolled.

2016 Spring CCCOnline Class Listings Continued

30219 30281 POS 111 American Government : SS1 GT 3 65.30

30220 POS 125 Amer.State/Local Govt: SS1 GT 3

30326 30450 POS 205 International Relations: SS1 GT 3

30221 30282 30732 30733 PSY 101 General Psychology I: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30222 30283 PSY 102 General Psychology II : SS3 GT 3 65.30

30902 30903 PSY 217 Human Sexuality: SS3 GT 3

30316 30318 PSY 226 Social Psychology: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30223 30284 30734 30735 PSY 235 Human Growth & Develpmnt: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30327 30336 PSY 237 Child & Adolescent Psychology 3 65.30

30296 30453 PSY 238 Child Development: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30224 30285 PSY 249 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30365 RUS 111 Russian Language I 5 65.30

30493 SCI 155 Integrated Sci I w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 180.00

30511 SCI 156 Integrated Sci II w/Lab: SC1 GT 4 171.00

30225 30286 30736 30737 SOC 101 Intro to Sociology I : SS3 GT 3 65.30

30226 30287 SOC 102 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 GT 3 65.30

30317 30319 SOC 231 Sociology-Deviant Behavior: GT 3 65.30

30227 30288 SPA 111 Spanish Language I 5 65.30

30228 30289 SPA 112 Spanish Language II 5 65.30

30229 30337 SPA 211 Spanish Language III: AH4 GT 3 65.30

30230 SPA 212 Spanish Language IV: AH4 GT 3 65.30

15 wk 10 wk 6 wk 6 wk

Prefi x No. Title GT Cr. Fees LabKit

CCCOnline offers 4 sessions this Spring. Dates of sessions are as follows:

15 WEEK SESSION Jan 25-May 7 10 WEEK SESSION Feb 29-May 7 6 WEEK SESSION Feb 8-Mar 19 6 WEEK SESSION Mar 28-May 7

GT=Guaranteed Transfer

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