Eligible MHC students, 5-College students, (and Community members if space allows) can sign up for courses. Priority is given to MHC students. All courses do have a capacity limit, so please make sure to register.
Additional credit and non-credit classes are also being offered by Mount Holyoke Professional and Graduate Education. Make sure to check other offerings via the 5 Colleges through our Links and Resources.
2016 COURSE OFFERINGS
The Sky for a Winter NightJanuary 4th, 6th, 8th, 11th, 13th, and 15th7pm to 9:30pm
Story Slam and Storytelling WorkshopsJanuary 5th, 7th, 12th, and 14th6pm to 8pm
* See below for additional details and to register.
The Sky for a Winter Night
Learn the legends and lore of the stars and constellations. Course format will be classroom lectures and slide shows followed by outdoor sky viewing. Sign up with your friends and be sure to dress warmly for cold January nights. Cocoa and marshmallows will be served!
Story Slam & Storytelling Workshops
Instructor: Heather TetraultDate: Wednesday, January 6Time: 4pm to 6pmLocation: Blanchard Campus Center, 213To Register: Click this linkHandwritten notes or taking the time to send someone a postcard, are two important forms of communication that are often replaced by electronics in this current age. Our instructor believes that taking the time to send someone a personal, handwritten, and artful note is an incredibly important tradition.The practice of calligraphy is also a very calming, meditative exercise, which makes the time spent creating the art and writing cards doubly rewarding. This workshop will teach you the practice and art of calligraphy. Students will be able to make their own postcards, thank you card, and/or monogram wall art.
Intro to Japanese Swordmanship
WebApp development for the Mobile Cloud World
- Learn the basic skills and tools that are necessary to build a Web Application for the mobile devices that dominate the modern era.
- Study the important theoretical and practical concepts at the base of Cloud Computing, and learn the tools and the best practices of software development that Google engineers use to create mobile applications for the next billion users.
- Leverage AppEngine and its APIs, the framework that exposes to developers around the world the power of Google’s cloud, to create your own Web Apps.
- This class requires Pre-Reqs of CS 101 and 201. This will be confirmed with the Registrar.
- That you are a currently registered Mount Holyoke student. This will be confirmed with the Registrar.
- Ability to attend at all class days and times.