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Fall 2022 Intersession (4 weeks)

The following courses are available for the Fall 2022 Intersession session (December 12 - January 8):

*Prospective students must understand that Fall Intersession course content and rigor are comparable to those of longer sessions (6, 8, 12, and 16 weeks) and that the short term requires intensive study. For that reason, students are permitted to enroll for only two courses. If you have questions regarding the policy and the number of courses please email inquiry@bartonccc.edu.

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Arts

Digital Photography I - ARTS 1246 - 3 credits

Business

Business Law I - BUSI 1608 - 3 credits
Business Communications - BUSI 1800 - 3 credits
Principles of Management - BUSI 1803 - 3 credits 
Human Relations in Business - BUSI 1804 - 3 credits

Business Technology

Computer Concepts and Technology - BSTC 1036 - 3 credits

Communications

Interpersonal Communication - COMM 1200 - 3 credits

Corrections

Psychology of Criminal Conduct - CORR 1005 - 3 credits

Economics

Principles of Macroeconomics - ECON 1610 - 3 credits
Principles of Microeconomics - ECON 1612 - 3 credits

Family and Consumer Science

Basic Nutrition - HOME 1501 - 3 credits

Geography

World & Regional Geography - GEOG1819 - 3 credits

History

American History to 1877 - HIST 1400 - 3 credits
American History 1877 - Present - HIST 1402 - 3 credits
History of Kansas - HIST 1406 - 3 credits
American Military History - HIST 1416 - 3 credits

Life Sciences

Environmental Science Lecture - LIFE 1413 - 3 credits

Mathematics

Technical Mathematics - MATH 1806 - 3 credits
Basic Algebra - MATH 1821 - 3 credits
Intermediate Algebra - MATH 1824 - 3 credits
College Algebra - MATH 1828 - 3 credits
Business Calculus - MATH 1831 - 3 credits

Office Technology

Keyboarding I - OFTC 1601 - 3 credits
Ten Key Mastery - OFTC 1650 - 1 credits

Philosophy

Introduction to Philosophy - PHIL 1602 - 3 credits

Physical Science

Physical Geography - PHSC 1404 - 3 credits

Political Science

Government of United States - POLS 1800 - 3 credits

Psychology

General Psychology - PSYC 1000 - 3 credits

Sociology

Introduction to Sociology - SOCI 1100 - 3 credits
Marriage & Family - SOCI 1102 - 3 credits
Cross Cultural Awareness - SOCI 1129 - 3 credits

Statistics

Elements of Statistics - STAT 1829 - 3 credits