JAMESTOWN - Online courses in several academic disciplines will be taught through Jamestown Community College and the State University of New York Learning Network this summer.
Course listings, which include starting dates, can be accessed at www.sunyjcc.edu through the summer 2013 master schedule. Courses include: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Health Science, Nutrition, College Keyboarding, Marketing, Principles of Management, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Computer Science, Microcomputer Applications I, English Composition I, English Composition II, Writing About Literature, Introductory French I, Electronic Library Resources, Problem Solving With Mathematics, Elementary Statistics, Calculus/Analytic Geometry II, Medical Terminology, Pharmacology for Nurses, Principles of Fitness and Wellness, General Psychology, Abnormal Behavior, and Russian Civilization & Culture, and Marriage & Family.
To take an online course, students need a reliable Internet connection and valid e-mail address. Since online courses rely heavily on reading, writing, and online discussions, individuals interested in online course delivery should review distance learning information at www.sunyjcc.edu/online.
Several JCC degree programs can be completed online, including business-business administration, computer science, computer information systems, information technology and individual studies and certificate programs in entrepreneurship, information technology, and individual studies.
Additional information on JCC's online offerings can be obtained by calling 338-1255. Individuals who plan to take an online course can register through the JCC registrar's office, 338-1018.