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Take Advantage of Classes Near Your Home or Workplace

Nov. 23, 2011
Education

           Take general education classes required for a degree or classes in your major at Anne Arundel Community College’s Arundel Mills facility.

            If you live or work in the western part of Anne Arundel County, you can start or continue your college education by taking courses conveniently located at nearby Anne Arundel Community College at Arundel Mills Regional Higher Education Center.

            Register now for any of the 167 courses offered at Arundel Mills for the spring term that begins in January. Courses include general education requirements needed to complete a degree and transfer, such as “History of the United States 1 and 2” (HIS 211-212), “College Algebra” (MAT 131), “Personal and Community Health” (HEA 111) and basic science classes and labs.

            Students also can delve into their major. Choose classes in business administration, computer technologies, electronic engineering technology, human services, law, criminal justice and homeland security, physician assistant, teacher education or visual arts. English as a second language and developmental classes in English, math and reading also are available.

            Registration is under way. Classes begin Jan. 18 for the 15-week session, Jan. 30 for the 13-week session, and Jan. 18 and March 12 for the eight-week sessions. Visit www.aacc.edu or call 410-777-AACC (2222) for information.

            The Regional Higher Education Center includes offices for the AACC University Consortium, five four-year institutions which partner with AACC to allow residents to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree by taking classes without leaving the county on the Arnold campus, at GBTC or at Arundel Mills. Visit www.aacc.edu/rhec.