Winter 2021/2022

Three Credits in Three Weeks

We are offering an accelerated, three week winter session.
Catch up or get ahead!

For the most up-to-date information use the Course Search tool and check out our course descriptions.

Tunxis faculty and staff have updated our course offerings to reflect the safest and most effective way to deliver our quality educational opportunities.

The different delivery methods currently noted on our course schedule include:

TRAD (Traditional): Course held on campus at specific times.
ONLN (Online): Online courses are courses that you log in to complete your assignments when it is convenient for you, as long as you meet the set due dates from your instructor.
LRON (Live/Remote Online Courses): LRON courses are fully online, but students will be required to sign in remotely and interact with their professor and/or classmates on the days and times noted in the myCommNet schedule. Students will participate in live online sessions through Blackboard Collaborate, MS Teams or WebEx, with specific information provided by individual faculty members.
OLCR (Online with Classroom Component): May require on-campus orientation and/or exams; all other instruction will be online. OLCR on-campus dates are in the online course schedule.
HYBR (Hybrid): Course held both on-campus and online (a combination of 1&2 or 1&3). Individual faculty will determine how often the class will meet on campus and will communicate the on campus meeting schedule through Blackboard at the start of the class.


Synchronous teaching and learning happens in real time, on a certain day and time, in person in a classroom, or in a virtual environment like WebEx, Teams, or Blackboard Collaborate. Participants listen and respond to each other within the live, online meeting.
Asynchronous means you do not meet in person at the same time or in the same room/virtual meeting. You login to Blackboard or a publisher’s website to access content, and complete assigned activities or assessments at a time of your choosing. You will complete those activities according to the course syllabus schedule or posted due dates.

The availability of courses shown below is subject to change.
These courses offer the same intensity of work as a summer course.

CRN COURSE TITLE DAYS TIME LOCATION
ACCOUNTING
4001 ACC*113 Principles of Financial Accounting (a) Online Online
4002 ACC*117 Principles of Managerial Accounting (a) Online Online
VISUAL ART & DESIGN
4003 ART*100 Art Appreciation Online Online
4004 ART*100 Art Appreciation Online Online
4005 ART*101 Art History I Online Online
BIOLOGY
4006 BIO*111 Introduction to Nutrition (a) Online Online
4007 BIO*111 Introduction to Nutrition (a) Online Online
BUSINESS – General/Finance/Management/Marketing
4008 BFN*110 Personal Finance Online Online
COLLEGE PREPARATION
4009 CSS-099 Portfolio Workshop for Introduction to College English (a) T/R 9:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m. HYBR
COMMUNICATION
4010 COM*173 Public Speaking (a) M-F 9:00 a.m.-12:05 p.m. LRON
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS – Computer Science
4011 CSC*101 Introduction to Computers (a) Online Online
DENTAL ASSISTING (Allied Health)
4021 DAS*164 Radiography Theory & Practice for the Dental Assistant (a)($$) Online Online
4022 DAS*164 Lab–Radiography Theory & Practice for the Dental Assistant (M) M-F 8:00-11:55 a.m. 6-218
4023 DAS*164 Lab–Radiography Theory & Practice for the Dental Assistant (M) M-F 12:15-4:10 p.m. 6-218
4024 DAS*164 Lab–Radiography Theory & Practice for the Dental Assistant (M) M-F 4:30-8:25 p.m. 6-218
ECONOMICS
4027 ECN*101 Principles of Macroeconomics (a) Online Online
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
4025 EET*103 Fundamentals of Electricity lecture (a) Online Online
4026 EET*103 Fundamentals of Electricity lab (a) Online Online
ENGLISH
4012 ENG*105 Composition Portfolio Revision Workshop (a) T/R 9:00-12:20 p.m. LRON
HISTORY
4013 HIS*201 U.S. History I (a) Online Online
4014 HIS*202 U.S. History II (a) Online Online
MATHEMATICS
4015 MAT*110 Bridge to College Algebra (a) Online Online
4016 MAT*137 Intermediate Algebra (a) Online Online
MUSIC
4017 MUS*101 Music History and Appreciation I Online Online
SOCIOLOGY
4018 SOC*101 Principles of Sociology (a) Online Online
SPANISH
4019 SPA*111 Elementary Spanish I Online Online
4020 SPA*112 Elementary Spanish II (a) Online Online
(a) = prereq
($) = lab fee
($$) = studio course fee
(b) =To be selected in consultation with faculty advisor based on students program of study