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Intro to Lit Hybrid This Spring!

This is a fast, convenient way to complete your HUMD requirement. It only meets face-to-face one night a week, with most course discussions on Blackboard. No lengthy research paper required! The textbook is available on Amazon, usually for under $50

  • ENGL 190
  • CRN: 31510
  • Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus
  • LATE STARTING, Thursdays 6:15-8 p.m.
  • HUMD
  • Honors module available, CRN: 36135
  • Prerequisite: students must be at the ENGL 101/A (but it is not a prerequisite).
  • Questions? Contact Prof. joseph.couch@montgomerycollege.edu

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Travel Through Time and Space in the World of Short Stories

A study of the short story in world literature with emphasis on the literary form. Students will examine the basic elements of fiction as they appear in short stories. Concentration will be on the literary analysis of short stories from a variety of critical perspectives. (HUMD) PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or better in ENGL 101 or ENGL 101A or consent of department.

This is a z-course: all textbook materials are available at no cost for this section. Regular internet access is required for access to materials. For more information see cms.montgomerycollege.edu/elite/mc-open.

  • ENGL 233
  • Spring 2018
  • CRN: 34572
  • Germantown Campus
  • Mondays 6:30 – 9:10 p.m.
  • HUMD, Humanities Distribution
  • Z-course (free, or very low cost, textbook materials)
  • Prerequisite: ENGL 101/A
  • Questions? Contact Prof. Stephen.Gladson@montgomerycollege.edu
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Spring17: New Gen Ed Course: Intro to Global Humanities

New Gen Ed Course with Scholarship Opportunities (see below).

“Introduction To Global Humanities”

Late Start– Offered on all campuses and online!

3 Credit Hour Course.

Takoma Park/Silver Spring:

  • Bldg: P4 112
  • CRN: 34025
  • MW 10—11:25
  • 1/30/2017—5/15/2017
  • Taught by Professor Deborah Taylor

Rockville:

  • Bldg: PE112
  • CRN: 34627
  • TR 12:30 – 1:55 PM
  • 1/31/2017-5/14/2017
  • Taught by Professor Ken Jassie

Germantown:

  • Bldg: HS238
  • CRN: 34700
  • TR 12:30—1:55
  • 1/31/2017—5/14/2017
  • Taught by Professor Joan Naake

For Student Scholarship Opportunities, visit The Global Humanities Institute and apply for the Global Humanities Justice Fund.

End of Gen. Ed. Labs on the Horizon

Colleagues:
This week is the final week that the General Education Committee will be offering open lab sessions for help completing certification forms this semester.  Please see below for a brief description of the sessions, and please note that the sessions aren’t specific to any one discipline – we can help with your forms if you’re getting ready to submit them for HUMD and Math in May or help you get a leg up on understanding the forms and process if you’re going to be working on BSSD, NSND, or NSLD in the Fall.  The final sessions are:

Tuesday, 4/26, from 12-2pm in RC202 at TP/SS
Wednesday, 4/27 from 2:30-4:30pm in SC400 at RV
Thursday, 11:30am – 1:30pm in PK105 at G

Please consider dropping in on a session – working with committee representatives now can save a lot of time and effort in revisions later!
Best,
Tammy

Tammy Stuart Peery

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