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Stay in Your Neighborhood and Prepare for a Degree

Nov. 23, 2011
Education

Anne Arundel Community College’s Glen Burnie Town Center offers
classes required for most associate degrees

            Glen Burnie residents can take all the general education classes required for most associate degrees without leaving their neighborhood by signing up for classes taught at Anne Arundel Community College’s Glen Burnie Town Center (GBTC).

            Registration is under way. The 15-week session begins Jan. 18; the 13-week session begins Jan. 30, and eight-week sessions begin Jan. 18 and March 12. Students can meet with academic advisers and financial aid staff and then register for classes in Arundel Center North at GBTC, 101 Crain Highway N.E.

            Choose from general education courses in communication, computer technology, English, health, psychology, sociology, math and sciences. Or, take several courses in your major, such as business administration, transportation, logistics and cargo security or homeland security management.

            In addition to taking classes at the Glen Burnie Town Center, students can take “Composition and Introduction to Literature (ENG 112) at Glen Burnie High School in the Industrial Arts Building, 7550 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard S.E., and aspiring teachers can prepare for the Praxis 1 Math Test at Brooklyn Park Middle School at 202 Hammonds Lane.

            For information, visit www.aacc.edu or call 410-777-AACC (2222).