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Civic Scholar Seminar

<p><strong>Course # </strong>HUM 273<br><strong>Instructor:</strong> <a href="https://www.burlington.edu/content/sandy-baird-legal-and-justice">Sandy Baird</a><br><strong>Credits:</strong> 3 credits at Burlington College<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington College, RM 239<br><strong>Day and Time:&nbsp;</strong> Wednesday from 6:15 – 9:15</p>

Course Num: 
HUM 273
Date: 
W 6:15-9:15 pm
Instructor: 
S. Baird
Location: 
BC RM 239

Stories of Our Elders: Documenting the New American Experience

<p><strong>Course # </strong>DOC 101<br><strong>Instructor:</strong> Virginia Joczik<br><strong>Credits:</strong> 3 credits at Burlington College<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington College, RM 212<br><strong>Day and Time:&nbsp;</strong> Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 – 5:00 pm</p><p>This course will focus on the acquisition, transcription, and translation of native folklore, to be included in a dual-language literary project which will ultimately be published and made available as a teaching text.</p>

Course Num: 
DOC 101
Date: 
T, Th 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Instructor: 
V. Joczik
Location: 
BC RM 212

Fundamentals of Editing

<p><strong>Course # </strong>CIN 281<br><strong>Instructor:</strong> Gary Lambert<br><strong>Credits:</strong> 3 credits at Burlington College<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington Tech Center<br><strong>Day and Time:&nbsp;</strong> Monday – Friday 11:45am-2:30pm</p><p>In this introductory class, students will explore the technique, craft, and art of editing, In addition to gaining the foundational skills necessary to construct montage, dialogue, and action sequences using Final Cut Pro, students will trace the historical development of motion picture editing as an art form.</p>

Course Num: 
CIN 281
Date: 
M-F 11:45am-2:30pm
Instructor: 
G. Lambert
Location: 
BTC

Criminal Justice II

<p><strong>Course # </strong>PLS 120<br><strong>Instructor:</strong> David Scibek<br><strong>Credits:</strong> 3 credits at Burlington College<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington Tech Center, Rm. F 311<br><strong>Day and Time:&nbsp;</strong> Monday – Friday 12:10 to 2:20</p>

Course Num: 
PLS 220
Date: 
M-F 12:10 to 2:20
Instructor: 
D. Scibek
Location: 
BTC F311

Criminal Justice I

<p><strong>Course # </strong>PLS 120<br><strong>Instructor:</strong> David Scibek<br><strong>Credits:</strong> 3 credits at Burlington College<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington Tech Center, Rm. F 311<br><strong>Day and Time:&nbsp;</strong> Monday – Friday 9:35 to 11:45</p><p>&nbsp;</p>

Course Num: 
PLS 120
Date: 
M-F 9:35 to 11:45
Instructor: 
D. Scibek
Location: 
BTC F311

Design and Illustration I

<p><strong>Course # </strong>GDS 110<br> <strong>Instructor:&nbsp;</strong> Lisa Rader<br><strong>Credits:</strong> &nbsp;3 credits at Burlington College<br> <strong>Location:</strong> Hannaford Career Center<br> <strong>Day and Time:&nbsp; </strong>Monday – Friday 12:10 – 2:10 p.m.</p>

Course Num: 
GDS 110
Date: 
M–F 12:10 – 2:10 p.m.
Instructor: 
L. Rader
Location: 
HCC

Design and Illustration II

<p><strong>Course #</strong> FIN 111<br><strong>Instructor: </strong>Colleen Murphy<br><strong>Credits:</strong> &nbsp;3 credits at Burlington College<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington Tech Center<br><strong>Section 1: </strong>Monday – Friday 9:45am – 11:47am<br><strong>Section 2:</strong> Monday – Friday 9:45am – 11:47 am</p><p>During the second year of this program students continue working on their art and design portfolios, gain more experience in solving design problems, continue to refine their fundamental artistic skills, and prepare for work experience or to attend college.</p>

Course Num: 
FIN 111
Date: 
M- F 9:45am – 11:47am
Instructor: 
C. Murphy
Location: 
BTC

Design and Illustration I

<p><strong>Course # </strong>GDS 110<br> <strong>Instructor:&nbsp;</strong> Colleen Murphy<br><strong>Credits:</strong> &nbsp;3 credits at Burlington College<br> <strong>Location:</strong> Burlington Tech Center<br> <strong>Section 1:</strong> Monday – Friday 9:45am – 11:47am<br><strong>Section 2: </strong>Monday – Friday 9:45am – 11:47 am</p>

Course Num: 
GDS 110
Date: 
Monday – Friday 9:45am – 11:47am
Instructor: 
C. Murphy
Location: 
BTC

College Writing Skill for ELL

<p><strong>Course # </strong>GEN 070-1<br><strong>Instructor: </strong>Virginia Joczik<br><strong>Date: </strong>M,W 03:30p-05:00p<br><strong>Location: </strong>Burlington College, RM 239</p>

Course Num: 
GEN 070-1
Date: 
M,W 03:30p-05:00p
Instructor: 
V. Joczik
Location: 
BC RM 239

Human & Nature

<p><strong>Course #</strong> FYS 104-1<br><strong>Instructor:</strong> Jan Maher<br><strong>Date: </strong>TH 03:00p-06:00p<br><strong>Location:</strong> RM 306</p><p>What does it mean to be human? What is our relationship to the natural world? This course will draw on humanistic and spiritual literature, history, anthropology, philosophy, biology and a touch of neuroscience to look at the range of ways people across times and spaces have defined “human nature”.</p>

Course Num: 
FYS 104-1
Date: 
TH 03:00p-06:00p
Instructor: 
J. Maher
Location: 
BC RM 306
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