Kellogg Community College


Here’s a list of classes offered at KCC’s Grahl Center campus in Coldwater this spring

Kellogg Community College is offering nearly 50 sections of three dozen different classes at the College’s Grahl Center campus in Coldwater this spring.

Classes available cover a wide variety of topics ranging from accounting and business to art and education to nursing and psychology, and much more! Courses include:

  • ACCO 101 & 102: General Accounting
  • ART 211: Art Appreciation
  • BIOL 101: Biological Science
  • BIOL 201: Human Anatomy
  • BIOL 202: Human Physiology
  • BUAD 101: Introduction to Business
  • BUAD 104: Business Correspondence
  • BUAD 115: Global Awareness
  • BUAD 132: Human Resources Management
  • BUAD  202: Business Law
  • CHEM 100: Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • COMM 101: Foundations of Interpersonal Communication
  • CRJU 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CRJU 221: Ethical Problem Solving in Policing
  • ECE 214: Appropriate Assessment with Young Children
  • ECE 240: Child Care Administration
  • ECON 201: Principles of Economics (Macro)
  • ENGL 151 & 152: Freshman Composition
  • HIST 104: Modern America
  • HIST 202: Global History from 1500 to Present
  • LITE 222: British Literature
  • MATH 102: Practical Algebra
  • MATH 125: College Algebra
  • MATH 130: Statistics
  • MUSI 104: Community Chorus
  • NURS 105: Nursing Assistant Training Program
  • OIT 160: Applications Software
  • PHIL 202: Introduction to Ethics
  • POSC 201: American Government (Federal)
  • PSYC 201: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 220: Developmental Psychology
  • SCIE 100: Environmental Science
  • SERV 200: Service Learning
  • SOCI 201: Introduction to Sociology
  • TSEN 65: Basic Writing
  • TSEN 95: Writing Improvement

For a complete list of Spring 2017 semester classes offered at KCC’s Grahl Center, visit www.kellogg.edu and click on “Class Schedules” in the top menu to search for sections.

Spring 2017 classes begin Jan. 13 and end May 8. For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registrationFor more information about KCC’s Grahl Center campus in Coldwater, visit www.kellogg.edu/grahl.

Here’s a list of classes offered at KCC’s Fehsenfeld Center campus in Hastings this spring

Kellogg Community College is offering 40 sections of more than three dozen different classes at the College’s Fehsenfeld Center campus in Hastings this spring.

Classes available cover a wide variety of topics ranging from accounting and business to art and education, history, math, science, psychology and much more! Courses include:

  • ACCO 101 & 102: General Accounting
  • ART 211: Art Appreciation
  • BIOL 99: Preparation for Biology
  • BIOL 101: Biological Science
  • BIOL 201: Human Anatomy
  • BIOL 202: Human Physiology
  • BUAD 101: Introduction to Business
  • BUAD 104: Business Correspondence
  • BUAD 132: Human Resources Management
  • BUAD  201: Business Law
  • BUAD 212: Personal Finance
  • CHEM 100: Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • COMM 101: Foundations of Interpersonal Communication
  • CRJU 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • ECE 240: Child Care Administration
  • ECON 202: Principles of Economics (Micro)
  • ENGL 151 & 152: Freshman Composition
  • HIST 104: Modern America
  • HIST 202: Global History from 1500 to Present
  • MATH 102: Practical Algebra
  • MATH 105: Beginning Algebra
  • MATH 125: College Algebra
  • MATH 130: Statistics
  • MUSI 211: Music Appreciation
  • PHIL 202: Introduction to Ethics
  • PSYC 201: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 220: Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 250: Abnormal Psychology
  • SERV 200: Service Learning
  • SOCI 201: Introduction to Sociology
  • TSEN 65: Basic Writing
  • TSEN 95: Writing Improvement
  • TSMA 25: Basic Math
  • TSMA 45: Pre-Algebra
  • TSRE 55: Basic College Reading

For a complete list of Spring 2017 semester classes offered at KCC’s Fehsenfeld Center, visit www.kellogg.edu and click on “Class Schedules” in the top menu to search for sections.

Spring 2017 classes begin Jan. 13 and end May 8. For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registrationFor more information about KCC’s Fehsenfeld Center campus in Hastings, visit www.kellogg.edu/fehsenfeld.

Here’s a list of classes offered at KCC’s EAC campus in Albion this spring

Kellogg Community College is offering more than two dozen sections of 20 different classes at the College’s Eastern Academic Center campus in Albion this spring.

Classes available cover a wide variety of topics ranging from accounting and business to history and math to nursing and psychology, and much more! Courses include:

  • ACCO 102: General Accounting
  • ART 211: Art Appreciation
  • BUAD 101: Introduction to Business
  • BUAD 104: Business Correspondence
  • BUAD 131: Principles of Management
  • COMM 101: Foundations of Interpersonal Communication
  • ECON 201: Principles of Economics (Micro)
  • EDUC 240: Education Trends
  • ENGL 151: Freshman Composition
  • HIST 103: American Foundations
  • HIST 104: Modern America
  • HUSE 101: Introduction to Human Services
  • MATH 105: Beginning Algebra
  • MATH 125: College Algebra
  • MUSI 211: Music Appreciation
  • NURS 105: Nursing Assistant Training Program
  • PSYC 201: Introduction to Psychology
  • SOCI 201: Introduction to Sociology
  • TSEN 95: Writing Improvement
  • TSLS 105: Learning Strategies

For a complete list of Spring 2017 semester classes offered at KCC’s Eastern Academic Center, visit www.kellogg.edu and click on “Class Schedules” in the top menu to search for sections.

Spring 2017 classes begin Jan. 13 and end May 8. For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registrationFor more information about KCC’s Eastern Academic Center campus in Albion, visit www.kellogg.edu/eastern.

3 ways to earn college credits at KCC while still in high school

Completing college classes while still in high school is a great way to earn college credits before graduation and shorten the time it takes to meet your goals. Whether you plan on earning a degree or certificate from Kellogg Community College to give you an edge in the workplace or simply want to get your basic courses out of the way before transferring to a four-year school or university, the following three options for earning college credits while still in high school will get you where you want to go faster and, in most cases, without spending a dime on tuition.

  1. Dual-enrollment. Dual-enrollment is when a high school student enrolls in classes at KCC at the same time he or she is still enrolled in high school. Dual-enrolled students traditionally spend part of the school day in class at their high school and part of the school day in class on campus at KCC. The first step to becoming a dual-enrolled high school student is to contact your high school guidance counselor and ask about dual-enrollment opportunities at KCC. More information about dual-enrollment at KCC is available online at www.kellogg.edu/high-school-dual-enrollment.
  2. Early College. Like dual-enrollment, Early College programs involve high school students enrolling at KCC while still attending high school. Early College programs generally begin during the student’s sophomore year of high school and run through an additional “fifth year” extending one year after traditional high school graduation. Early College students take a variety of KCC courses intermixed with their high school schedules and graduate after their fifth year with an associate degree in addition to their high school diploma. KCC currently has Early College agreements with a handful of regional high schools. For more information about Early College opportunities offered at KCC through your high school, contact your high school guidance counselor.
  3. High school articulation. While programs like dual-enrollment and Early College involve high school students taking KCC classes for college credit, high school articulation awards college credits for classes taken by the student at his or her high school. A high school student who successfully completes an approved high school course with a grade of a B or higher and also completes associated competencies to demonstrate his or her learning to KCC’s Articulation Committee is eligible to receive college credits for the equivalent course at KCC. For more information about high school articulation, visit www.kellogg.edu/high-school-articulation.

If you’re a high school student interested in taking advantage of one of the opportunities above now or in the near future – including next fall – now is the time to let us know! Contact our Admissions office at adm@kellogg.edu or 269-965-4153 and let us help you find your path at KCC!

Pictured above, Battle Creek Central High School senior and KCC dual-enrollment student Yarielis Rosario poses at the entrance to KCC’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek. Rosario, who’s president of Central’s National Honor Society chapter, a student government representative and a section leader in the marching band, plans to study environmental biology and premed after graduation, possibly at the University of Florida.

For more news from Kellogg Community College, check our our KCC Daily blog at http://daily.kellogg.edu.

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