Published: February 20, 2008
A new eight-week class offered at Thomas Nelson Community College will give new or returning students and working professionals the opportunity to start or continue their education this spring semester. On Saturday, March 10, more than seventy day, evening, weekend and online classes will start at the Hampton campus, the Historic Triangle campus and at the recently opened Southeast Higher Education Center in Newport News located at 5720 Marshall Avenue in the Achievable Dream Middle and High School.
At the Southeast Higher Education Center, where unduplicated student enrollment has more than doubled from the fall semester 2007 to Spring 08, from 68 to165 (as of Feb. 13), students can take advantage of such classes as Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts, History and Appreciation for Art, Grammar for Writing and Speaking, Introduction to Office Technology, Keyboarding II, Multimedia Software, Office Administration II, Principles of Sociology, United States History I and Word Processing.
At the Historic Triangle campus, TNCC will offer Algebra II, College Composition II, College Success Skills, Food Service Managers Sanitation Certificate, Real Estate Law, and Web Page Design II.
At the Hampton campus, classes range from Algebra I and II, Beginning Spanish, College Composition II, College Success Skills, Computer Numerical Systems, Computer and Information Systems, Developmental Psychology, Ethics, Fire Protection Systems, History and Appreciation of Art II, Introduction to Business, Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts, Principles of Public Speaking, Principles of Macroeconomics, Music Appreciation II, Multimedia Software, Introduction to Computer Science, WAN Technologies- CISCO, Web Page Design II, Writing for Business and various Physical Education courses.
For additional information on the College’s classes to be offered in its eight-week class session, please call 825-2800.
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