Sunday Courses at GCC Increase Learning Opportunities for Busy Adults

In many busy households, Sundays maybe the only day of the week free of work schedules, family commitments and other activities. Genesee Community College continues its successful Sunday hybrid course schedule for the fall 2011 semester, increasing learning opportunities for busy adults throughout the region.

In many busy households, Sundays maybe the only day of the week free of work schedules, family commitments and other activities. Genesee Community College continues its successful Sunday hybrid course schedule for the fall 2011 semester, increasing learning opportunities for busy adults throughout the region. Sunday hybrid courses for the fall semester start on Sunday, August 28, with a second eight-week session starting October 23.
Hybrid courses are taught partially online and partially in the classroom. The hybrid courses meet regularly in a lab or classroom for instruction, assessments or laboratories, and students also work online each week. Sunday hybrid courses are offered for two eight-week sessions at the Batavia campus. There are three Sunday timeslots (9:00-11:45am, 12:00-2:45pm, and 3:00-5:45pm) providing busy adults the opportunity to complete several courses per semester in the Sunday hybrid format.


Courses beginning on August 28:

  • ACC101: Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • CIS102: Introduction to Computers
  • ENG101: College Composition
  • HIS101: World Civilizations 1
  • MAT129: Statistics
  • SPA101: Elementary Spanish 1

Courses beginning on October 23:

  • BIO100: Principles of Biology
  • BUS101: Principles of Business
  • CEP102: Health Career Planning
  • ECO101: Microeconomics
  • ENG102: Composition in the Natural and Social Sciences
  • SPE108: Public Speaking

“Sunday courses are a great opportunity for busy adults to focus on their education,” Dr. Eunice Bellinger, vice president for Academic Affairs said. “Today’s working adults are juggling careers and family commitments, and need access to higher education that fits their schedule, without having to sacrifice family or social activities.”
There is still time to register for the Sunday hybrid courses, which start August 28. New students can apply for free online by going to: www.genesee.edu/admissions. For a comprehensive listing of all GCC’s class and scheduling options visit: www.genesee.edu/Options. For further information about Sunday courses or online learning, please contact Judith Littlejohn at 585-343-0055 x6158 or JMLittlejohn@genesee.edu.

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