BCC Offers Variety of Courses at McCann Tech

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —Berkshire Community College is offering a number of courses that are being held at Charles H. McCann Technical High School in North Adams to make it easier for students in North County to get the education they need to succeed.

Spring classes begin on January 22. Some of the courses being offered at McCann include a free course called "Money Management for Life," which will assist students in better understanding how to become financially independent. The course is offered for free thanks to a grant from Guardian Life Insurance Company of America. Ashton Darrett will teach this class at McCann on Monday evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Also new this semester is CIS 102, "Introduction to Computer Literacy," on Thursday evenings, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and taught by Michael Shakeshaft.

Additional courses being offered, and back by popular demand at McCann, include "English Composition II," "Math Modules," "Introduction to Philosophy" and "Western Civilization to 1500."

For the full course listings and to apply and register online, click here.

 


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