As Illinois prepares to move into Phase 5 on June 11, Moraine Valley Community College is returning several of its math and biology courses to in-person formats for the summer semester. Classes start June 14.
“Our faculty did a tremendous job of moving their curriculum online when the college closed for the pandemic, but they are ready to get back into the classroom, and I know our students are, too,” said Dr. Ryen Nagle, dean of Science, Business and Computer Technology. “Math and science courses are some of our most challenging, and being in the classroom with their instructor will give students more opportunities to get help, ask questions and connect with their faculty member.”
Students can enroll in the following math and biology classes, which are either fully or partially in-person, this summer:
- Biology 101 – Survey of Biology
- Biology 111 – General Biology I
- Biology 112 – General Biology II
- Biology 115 – Anatomy and Physiology
- Biology 119 – Introductory Microbiology
- Biology 180 – Human Anatomy and Physiology I
- Biology 181 – Human Anatomy and Physiology II
- Math 139 – Probability and Statistics
- Math 141 – College Algebra (Functions)
- Math 142 – Trigonometric Functions
- Math 143 – Finite Mathematics
- Math 150 – Calculus I/Analytic Geometry
- Math 151 – Calculus II/Analytic Geometry
- Math 201 – Differential Equations
Moraine Valley will continue to require masks for all employees, students and visitors on campus despite the recent lifting of federal and state mask mandates for fully vaccinated individuals. Class sizes will be limited to 16 students and one instructor. The college’s COVID-19 policies can be found online.
Registration for the summer semester is ongoing. Go online to search for classes and get more information about registering.