KCC offering more than 100 classes starting Sept. 8 or later

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Kellogg Community College’s fall semester officially started Aug. 31, but it’s not too late to register for classes: KCC is offering more than 100 classes starting Sept. 8 or later.

KCC classes this fall are offered in a mix of online, traditional and hybrid instructional models, depending on the class and program. Registration information, including links to instructions, policies, tuition and fees and other information, is available at www.kellogg.edu/registration.

Information about campus measures to protect the health of students, employees and the public is available on KCC’s Campus Reopening Plan page at www.kellogg.edu/campus-reopening-plan.

The following is a list of KCC classes beginning Sept. 8 or later.

Classes Beginning Sept. 8

  • ACCO 101-92: General Accounting
  • ACCO 101-93: General Accounting
  • ACCO 205-91: Computerized Accounting
  • BUAD 101-94: Introduction to Business
  • BUAD 101-95: Introduction to Business
  • BUAD 115-91: Global Business
  • BUAD 132-91: Human Resources Management
  • BUAD 201-91: Business Law
  • BUAD 202-91: Business Law
  • BUAD 212-92: Personal Finance
  • BUAD 213-91: Business Statistics
  • BUAD 251-91: Principles of Marketing
  • BUAD 251-92: Principles of Marketing
  • BUAD 274-92: Organizational Behavior
  • ECE 201-90: Early Childhood Health, Safety and Nutrition
  • ECE 209-90: Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 210-90: Child Growth and Development
  • ECE 210-91: Child Growth and Development
  • ECE 214-90: Appropriate Assessment with Young Children
  • ECE 215-90: Positive Child Guidance
  • ECE 215-91: Positive Child Guidance
  • ECE 219-90: Creative Arts and Movement for Young Children
  • ECE 224-90: Introduction to Early Childhood Educ
  • ECE 232-91: Infant and Toddler Care
  • ECE 237-91: Young Children with Special Needs
  • ECE 240-90: Child Care Administration
  • ECON 201-94: Principles of Economics-MACRO
  • ECON 202-92: Principles of Economics-MICRO
  • ENGL 151-93: Freshman Composition
  • ENGL 152-92: Freshman Composition
  • FYS 101-96: First Year Seminar
  • FYS 101-97: First Year Seminar
  • FYS 101-98: First Year Seminar
  • HIST 103-91: American Foundations
  • HIST 104-91: Modern America
  • HIST 202-90: Global History From 1500 to Present
  • HIST 210-90: History of Michigan
  • HIST 260-90: History of Middle East and North Africa
  • MUSI 112-90: Individualized Voice Lessons 1
  • MUSI 113-90: Individualized Voice Lessons 2
  • MUSI 114-90: Individualized Voice Lessons 3
  • MUSI 115-90: Individualized Voice Lessons 4
  • MUSI 122-90: Individualized Piano Lessons 1
  • MUSI 123-90: Individualized Piano Lessons 2
  • MUSI 124-90: Individualized Piano Lessons 3
  • MUSI 125-90: Individualized Piano Lessons 4
  • MUSI 135-90: Individualized Instrumental Lessons 1
  • MUSI 136-90: Individualized Instrumental Lessons 2
  • MUSI 137-90: Individualized Instrumental Lesson 3
  • MUSI 138-90: Individualized Instrumental Lessons 4
  • OIT 161-91: Microsoft Office Applications Software
  • PHIL 201-90: Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 201-91: Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 230-90: World Religions
  • POSC 201-90: American Government (Federal)
  • POSC 211-90: International Relations
  • PSYC 201-50: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 201-98: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 220-30: Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 220-93: Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 265-90: Addiction and Human Behavior
  • PSYC 290-90: Social Psychology
  • SERV 200-91: Service-Learning
  • SOCI 201-92: Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 201-93: Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 202-91: Social Problems
  • TSEN 95-91: Writing Improvement

Classes Beginning Sept. 9

  • HUSE 251-2: Human Services and Behavior Modification
  • JOUR 111-90: Mass Media Environment
  • OIT 130-60: Office Procedures/Keyboarding 1
  • OIT 161-60: Microsoft Office Applications Software
  • PSYC 201-35: Introduction to Psychology

Classes Beginning Sept. 10

  • FYS 101-38: First Year Seminar
  • FYS 101-130: First Year Seminar
  • SERV 100-2: Introduction to Service-Learning
  • SOCI 201-33: Introduction to Sociology

Classes Beginning Sept. 14

  • AGRI 105-60: Agricultural Leadership
  • AVIA 100-90: Introduction to Aviation
  • AVIA 110-90: Aerodynamics and Performance
  • AVIA 115-90: Introduction to Airframes and Systems
  • COMM 110-98: Introduction to Communication Studies
  • COMM 110-199: Introduction to Communication Studies
  • FYS 101-99: First Year Seminar
  • FYS 101-190: First Year Seminar
  • HIST 104-92: Modern America
  • HIST 151-90: Western Civilization: Early Western World
  • MATH 102-93: Practical Algebra
  • MATH 102-94: Practical Algebra
  • MATH 105-34: Beginning Algebra
  • MATH 105-93: Beginning Algebra
  • PEHL 140-91: Healthy Lifestyle Practices
  • POSC 201-91: American Government (Federal)
  • POSC 201-92: American Government (Federal)
  • PSYC 201-61: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 201-96: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 201-97: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 201-192: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 220-33: Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 250-91: Abnormal Psychology
  • SERV 100-90: Introduction to Service-Learning
  • SERV 100-92: Introduction to Service-Learning
  • SERV 200-92: Service-Learning
  • SOCI 201-95: Introduction to Sociology

Classes Beginning Sept. 15

  • BUAD 115-92: Global Business

Classes Beginning Sept. 21

  • BUAD 201-92: Business Law
  • ECE 262-90: Topics in Early Childhood 2
  • POSC 201-92: American Government (Federal)

Classes Beginning Sept. 22

  • BIOL 99-1: Preparation for Biology
  • BIOL 99-2: Preparation for Biology
  • BIOL 99-3: Preparation for Biology
  • OIT 130-92: Office Procedures/Keyboarding 1
  • PE 131-2: Beginning Weight Training

Classes Beginning Sept. 23

  • BIOL 99-4: Preparation for Biology

Classes Beginning Sept. 24

  • OIT 161-92: Microsoft Office Applications Software

Classes Beginning Sept. 28

  • PEHL 140-92: Healthy Lifestyle Practices

The first fall semester classes began Aug. 31, and the semester ends Dec. 18. Students new to KCC must fill out an application and verify residency before signing up for classes. Admissions applications can be completed online at www.kellogg.edu/step1.

Those who wish to meet with an academic advisor prior to registering are encouraged to schedule an appointment by calling 269-965-4124 or emailing advising@kellogg.edu.

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