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Five Towns College 2011 Summer Programs Catalog

Five Towns College 2011 Summer Programs Catalog

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Five Towns College 2011 Summer Programs Catalog: June 5 - August 12
Five Towns College 2011 Summer Programs Catalog: June 5 - August 12

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3 WEEK SUMMER SESSIONS
May 23 - August 12 
Undergraduate CoursesGraduate Courses
 Workshops forHigh School Students
 
If you have questions or would like more Information about anything contained in this brochure, please call 631-656-2110,email us or visit us www.ftc.edu.
Welcome to the Summer Programs at Five Towns College. 
Table of Contents 
Summer Session 
For More Information 
11,12 
he opportunity to advance your educational and career objectives
this summer at Five Towns College is affordable at the specialUndergraduate tuition of only $425 per credit. Masters tuition is only$525 per credit while Doctoral tuition is $765 per credit. The beautiful wooded campus located in the geographical center of LongIsland is both convenient to reach and provides students with the optionof studying in an attractive suburban environment close to the manycultural and recreational sites such as Jones Beach State Park, Fire IslandNational Seashore, Montauk Point, the Hamptons and New York City. The Upbeat Café dining facility located on campus serves excellent foodthat is modestly priced, making it easy and pleasant to have breakfastor lunch on campus before or after class. Some of you may wish toreside in our modern residence halls with a meal plan of $1,225 foreach 3 week session or $325 for a 5 day room & board plan.We are certain you will find all of our courses at the Undergraduateand Graduate level challenging and rewarding. A 3 week workshopprogram for High School students is available from July 5 - July 22 orJuly 25 - August 12. High School Workshops in Audio Recording, DigitalPhotography, Guitar Workshop & Filmmaking are offered.We look forward to meeting with you and reviewing your plans tocontinue or advance your educational goals.Cordially;Jerry CohenDean of Enrollment
Audio Recording, Digital Photography,Filmmaking, Guitar Workshop.
Workshops for High School Students 
Art HistoryAudio Recording TechnologyBusinessChildhood Education5, EconomicsEnglishFilmmakingHistoryMathematicsMusic6, Music BusinessMusic HistoryMusic PerformancePsychologyScience & Computer ScienceSociologyTheatrical ArtsIntroduction, Table of Contents,Schedule, Tuition, Registration, Housing1Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Graduate Summer Institute
Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses 
Childhood EducationMusicMusic Education9,1Music History & LiteratureIn-Service Music Workshops11,1
 
Summer Session 
Undergraduate 
May 23 - June 10 June 13 - July 1July 5 - July 22 
3 Week Sessions 
July 25 - 29 August 1 - 5 August 8 - 12 
High school students who are currently Sophmores, Juniors or Seniors for the Fall 2011 year are invited to attend a summer workshop.This three week summer workshop program is designed to provide students with hands-on-experience in audiorecording technology, music, film and digital photography. All workshops are taught by our experienced college faculty.Students will have the opportunity to make a short film, produce a sound recording or be part of a music ensemble.
See Page 12 for Complete Program Descriptions 
Continuing Students: 
 Complete a course registration form and have an academic advisor approve it prior to registration.
New Undergraduate: 
(degree seeking)Contact the Admissions Office for an undergraduate application form and provide all the necessary documentation to beaccepted into the degree program for the Fall. You will be able to take summer classes prior to your start of Fall classes uponregistration.Summer school tuition for undergraduate students is $425 per credit, which is almost one half the regular undergraduatetuition fee. The Masters summer tuition is $525 per credit while Doctoral tuition is $765 per credit.
Payment in full is required at the time of registration.
Visiting College Students: 
(non-matric)Contact the Admissions Office for a summer school application form and bring or send proof of being a student in goodstanding or a letter approving course work from your present college.
Graduate Students: 
(degree seeking/non-matric) Contact the Admissions Office for a graduate application form,instructions, and other information.
High School Students: 
Contact the Admissions Office and request a summer application form, along with all necessarydocumentation requested for your appropriate workshops.Housing is available with a meal plan for college students. The cost is $1,225 for each 3 week session.
Room and Board for each 5 day session is $325. Contact the Director of Residential Life at 631-656-2151 for more information.
Tuition Workshops for High School Students Registration Housing 
Three Week Sessions 
Graduate 
June 27 - July 1 July 5 - 9 July 11 -15 July 18 - 22 
1 Week Sessions 
July 5 - 22 July 25 - August 12 

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