Dundalk Community College will offer several off-campus courses in chemical dependency counseling and retail floristry during the fall semester.
DCC's Chemical Dependency Counseling program will offer two evening courses on the campuses of Catonsville and Carroll Community Colleges. The "Effects of Alcohol and Drugs" will be taught from 7:05 to 9:50 p.m. on Wednesdays at Carroll Community College, and on Mondays at Catonsville Community College. "Group Counseling: General" will be taught from 7:05 to 9:50 p.m. on Mondays at the Carroll campus, and on Tuesdays at the Catonsville campus.
DCC'S Chemical Dependency Counseling program is the fastest growing program at DCC and is the only one in the region to offer an associate in arts degree. The program is now under the direction of Carroll County resident Kevin Mick. For additional information about the Chemical Dependency Counseling program, contact him at 285-9793.
Catonsville residents can also master the art of floral design and flower shop management this fall with DCC's off-campus courses in Retail Floristry. For the first time, DCC will offer evening Retail Floristry courses at Catonsville Community College.
"Floristry Practices" will be offered on Thursdays beginning Sept. 5 from 7:05 to 10 p.m., while "Floral Product Care and Handling" will be held Tuesdays from 7:05 to 9:50 p.m. starting Sept. 3 at the Catonsville campus. These three-credit courses will also be offered in day and evening sessions at the DCC campus, along with a daytime section of Basic Floral Design.
Students enrolled in DCC's Retail Floristry program can pursue either a 10-credit letter of recognition program or a full certificate program while gaining a challenging blend of classroom instruction and hands-on work experience.
For further information about the Retail Floristry program at Dundalk Community College, call Bob Brown, program director, at 285-9749. Fall registration is under way at Dundalk Community College. For a schedule of fall classes, or additional registration information, call 285-9800.
Anne Arundel Community College will offer an expanded schedule of afternoon classes this fall.