New Courses for Fall Semester 2014!


New and Upcoming Courses and Formats

Watch for more courses to be added!

Division of Business, CIS, Technologies & Workforce Development

(see divisional page for other new courses)

Esthetics Program (Skin Care) (see website)

Do you have passion to help others through a career as a professionally trained Esthetician? Calhoun Community College will educate you on the latest trends in esthetics and skin care.
This program places emphasis on hands-on mastery skills for every type of skin care service. Instruction is mostly visually oriented so you can see and spend plenty of time practicing techniques on new state of the art equipment.

For more information, please visit the Calhoun Salon & Spa Management website --

Division of Humanities and Social Sciences

(see divisional page for other new courses)

ANT 220 -- Cultural Anthropology, Sec 300 (see flyer)

Cultural anthropology is a social science discipline that studies the human condition by investigating the layers of cultural complexity around the world, both primitive and modern. By asking critical questions, students will be led to a greater understanding of key variables that define their and other peoples’ worldviews. Variables important to this comparative and analytical exploration and appreciation of cultural complexity and diversity include the following: beliefs, behaviors, tradition, meaning, kinship, sexuality, etc. We will explore these variables through readings, examples, and discussion fueled by open-minded tolerance and appreciation of all kinds of peoples.

Instructor will be R. Jeannine Windham (

POL 200 -- Introduction to Political Science, Sec 100 (see flyer)

Everything you wanted to know about politics, especially during this election year!

  • Basic political processes institutions of organized political systems
  • State government
  • Law
  • Ideology
  • Organized political influences
  • Governmental bureaucracy
  • Problems in political democracy
  • International politics
Class will meet on Tuesday/Thursday from 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

For more information, contact Dr. Michael Kinney at or 256-306-2748

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