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Accelerated, 4-Week Online Winter Session

Get a head start on next semester’s course load! Take a short-term class at CFCC and earn credits toward your degree at your home institution.

Cape Fear Community College is offering a 4-week online winter session of transferable classes Nov. 29, 2021 through Dec. 30, 2021. The session will consist of Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) courses, meaning they have been universally approved to transfer to most four-year colleges and universities in North Carolina.

Classes Offered & UNC Equivalencies

Click on the links below to see how CFCC’s winter session classes will transfer to NC universities.

ART 111 – Art Appreciation
ART 111 – Art Appreciation Course Description
This course introduces the origins and historical development of art. Emphasis is placed on the relationship of design principles to various art forms including but not limited to sculpture,painting, and architecture. Upon completion,students should be able to identify and analyze a variety of artistic styles, periods, and media.UGETC (S10139)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State ART 2011 – Intro to Visual Arts
East Carolina University ART 1910 – Art Appreciation
Elizabeth City State ART 130 – Art Appreciation
Fayetteville State ART 210 – Survey of Art
NC A&T ART 124 – Art Appreciation
NC Central Art 1000 – Introduction to the Study of Art
North Carolina State University Elective
UNC-Asheville ARTH 173 – Arts and Ideas Requirement
UNC-Chapel Hill GENR 180
UNC-Charlotte LBST 1105 – Art & Society: Art
UNC-Greensboro ART 100 – Introduction to Art
UNC-Pembroke ART 2050 Art History and Appreciation
UNC-Wilmington ART 001 – Art Electives
Western Carolina University ART 104 – Intro to the Visual Arts
Winston-Salem State ART 1301 – Introduction to Art (Non major)
CIS 110 – Introduction to Computers
CIS 110 – Course Description
This course introduces computer concepts, including fundamental functions and operations of the computer. Topics include identification of hardware components, basic computer operations,security issues, and use of software applications. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the role and function of computers and use the computer to solve problems.

Students registering for this course should be aware a Windows-based PC/laptop is required to take this course. Chromebooks, tablets, or Apple-based OS products will not work with the content of this course. (S21058)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State CIS 1060 BUS – ANALYTICS SPREADSHEET TECH
East Carolina University MIS 2223 Intro to Computers
Elizabeth City State CSC 111 or BUAD 190 Intro. to Computing or MIS I
Fayetteville State CSC 100 Intro To Computers
NC A&T AET 121 Computing Technology; or BUED 110 Business Computer Applications; or COMP 120 Computers and Their Use; or CST 101 Microcomputer Application
NC Central CIS 2400 Fundamentals of Information Systems
North Carolina State University CSC 200 Introduction to Computers & Their Uses
UNC-Asheville
UNC-Chapel Hill Comp elective
UNC-Charlotte INFO 2130 Intro. to Business Computing
UNC-Greensboro ISM 110 BUSINESS COMPUTING I
UNC-Pembroke CSC 1000 Intro To Computers
UNC-Wilmington CSC 105 Intro Computing & Applic 3cr
Western Carolina University CIS 19A Lower Level Elective CAA Gen Ed Math
Winston-Salem State Gen Ed: Mathematics
HIS 131 – American History I
HIS 131 – American History I Course Description
This course is a survey of American history from pre-history through the Civil War era. Topics include the migrations to the Americas, the colonial and revolutionary periods, the development of the Republic, and the Civil War. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze significant political, socioeconomic, and cultural developments in early American history. UGETC (S10372)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State HIS 1200 – American History
East Carolina University HIST 1050 – American History to 1877
Elizabeth City State HIST 255 – American History to 1865
Fayetteville State HIST 211 – The United States to 1865
NC A&T HIST 104 – US History From 1492-1877
NC Central Hist 2210 – United States History to 1865
North Carolina State University HI 251 – American History I
UNC-Asheville HIST 101 – The United States to 1865
UNC-Chapel Hill HIST 127 – American History to 1865
UNC-Charlotte HIST 1160 – US History I (LBST 2101)
UNC-Greensboro HIS 211 – THE UNITED STATES: A GENERAL SURVEY TO 1865
UNC-Pembroke HST 1010 – Amer Civ to 1877
UNC-Wilmington HST 105 – United States to 1865
Western Carolina University HIST 131 – North American History to 1865
Winston-Salem State HIS 2306 – United States History to 1865
MAT 152 – Statistical Methods I
MAT 152 – Statistical Methods I Course Description
This course provides a project-based approach to introductory statistics with an emphasis on using real-world data and statistical literacy. Topics include descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, basic probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. Upon completion, students should be able to use appropriate technology to describe important characteristics of a data set, draw inferences about a population from sample data, and interpret and communicate results.UGETC (S25431)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY MATH 2228 – ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
MATH 2283 – BUSINESS STATISTICS
ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY STAT 202 – BASIC PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
NORTH CAROLINA A&T UNIVERSITY MATH 224 – INTRO. TO PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY MATH 1110 – ELEM. STATISTICS
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY ST 311 – INTRO. TO STATISTICS
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – ASHEVILLE STAT 185 – INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – CHAPEL HILL STOR 155 – INTRO. TO DATA MODELS & INFERENCE”
THE UNIVESITY OF NC – CHARLOTTE STAT 1221 – ELEMENTS OF STAT. I (BUSN)
STAT 1220 – ELEM. OF STAT. I (BIOL)
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – GREENSBORO STA 108 – ELEM. INTRO. TO PROBABILTY & STAT.”
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – PEMBROKE MAT 0010 – MATH ELECTIVE
THE UNIVERSIT YOF NC – WILMINGTON STT 215 – INTRO TO STAT.
WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY MATH 170 – APPLIED STATISTICS and
MATH 19A – LOWER LEVEL ELECTIVE
MAT 171 – Precalculus Algebra
MAT 171 – Precalculus Algebra Course Description
This course is designed to develop topics which are fundamental to the study of Calculus. Emphasis is placed on solving equations and inequalities, solving systems of equations and inequalities, and analysis of functions (absolute value, radical, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic) in multiple representations. Upon completion, students should be able to select and use appropriate models and techniques for finding solutions to algebra-related problems with and without technology.UGETC (S25432)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State MAT 1020 – College Algebra with Applic
East Carolina University MATH 1065 – College Algebra
Elizabeth City State MATH 115 – College Algebra
Fayetteville State MATH 129 – Precalculus Mathematics I
NC A&T MATH 101 – Fund of Algebra and Trig I or MATH 103 – Col Alge and Trig for En Sci I
NC Central Math 1100 – College Algebra & Trigonometry I
North Carolina State University MA 107 – Precalculus I
UNC-Asheville MATH 173 – Quantitative Perspectives Req or MATH 167 – Precalculus
UNC-Chapel Hill Math 110P – no hours Algebra
UNC-Charlotte MATH 1100 – College Algebra & Probability
UNC-Greensboro MAT 150 – PRECALCULUS I
UNC-Pembroke MAT 1070 – Coll Algebra
UNC-Wilmington MAT 111/MAT 001 – College Algebra/Mathematics Elective
Western Carolina University MATH 130 – Precalculus I
Winston-Salem State MAT 1312 – Pre-Calculus I
MUS 110 – Music Appreciation
MUS 110 – Music Appreciation Course Description
This course is a basic survey of the music of the Western world. Emphasis is placed on the elements of music, terminology, composers, form, and style within a historical perspective. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate skills in basic listening and understanding of the art of music.UGETC (S13676)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State MUS 2011 – Exploring Music in Culture
East Carolina University MUSC 2207 – Enjoyment of Music
Elizabeth City State MUS 135 – Introduction to Music Lit.
Fayetteville State MUSI 210 – Music Apprec
NC A&T MUSI 216 – Music Appreciation I
NC Central MusI 1000 – Introduction to Music
North Carolina State University MUS 105 – Introduction to Music in Western Society
UNC-Asheville MUSC 140 – Music Appreciation
UNC-Chapel Hill Musc 141 – Survey of Western Music History
UNC-Charlotte LBST 1103 – Art & Society: Music
UNC-Greensboro MUS 241 – MUSIC APPRECIATION
UNC-Pembroke MUS 1020 – Intro to Music Appreciation
UNC-Wilmington MUS 115 – Survey of Music Lit
Western Carolina University MUS 101 – Music Appreciation
Winston-Salem State MUS 1301 – Introduction to Music (non-majors)
PHI 240 – Introduction to Ethics
PHI 240 – Introduction to Ethics Course Description
This course introduces theories about the nature and foundations of moral judgments and applications to contemporary moral issues. Emphasis is placed on moral theories such as consequentialism, deontology, and virtue ethics. Upon completion, students should be able to apply various ethical theories to moral issues such as abortion, capital punishment, poverty, war, terrorism, the treatment of animals, and issues arising from new technologies.UGETC (S24029)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State PHL 2000 – Philosophy, Society, & Ethics
East Carolina University PHIL 1175 – Intro to Ethics
Elizabeth City State Social/Behav Science
Fayetteville State PHIL 320 – Introduction to Ethics
NC A&T PHIL 104 – Introduction to Ethics
NC Central Phil 2210 – Ethics
North Carolina State University PHI 221 – Contemporary Moral Issues
UNC-Asheville PHIL 200 – Intro to Ethical Theories
UNC-Chapel Hill Phil 160 – Virtue, Value, and Happiness: An Introduction to Moral Theory
UNC-Charlotte PHIL 0001 – Philosophy Elective (LBST 2211)
UNC-Greensboro PHI 119 – INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS
UNC-Pembroke PHI 2040 – Intro to Ethics
UNC-Wilmington PAR 115 – Intro to Ethics
Western Carolina University PAR 102 – Western Moral Traditions
Winston-Salem State PHI 2302 – Contemporary Moral Problems
PSY 150 – General Psychology
General Psychology Course Description
This course provides an overview of the scientific study of human behavior. Topics include history, methodology, biopsychology, sensation, perception, learning, motivation, cognition, abnormal behavior, personality theory, social psychology, and other relevant topics. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of the science of psychology.UGETC (S10777)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY PSY 1200 – PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY PSYC 1000 – INTRO. TO PSYC.
ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY PSY 212 – GEN. PSYCHOLOGY
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY PSYC 210 – GEN. PSY.
NORTH CAROLINA A&T UNIVERSITY PSYC 101 – GEN. PSY.
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY PSY 2100 – GEN. PSYCHOLOGY
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY PSY 200 – INTRO. TO PSYCHOLOGY
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – ASHEVILLE PSYC 1000 – INTRO. TO PSYCHOLOGY
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – CHAPEL HILL PSYC 101 – GEN. PSY.
THE UNIVESITY OF NC – CHARLOTTE PSYC 1101 – GEN. PSY.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – GREENSBORO PSY 121 – GENERAL PSY.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – PEMBROKE PSY1010 – INTRO. TO PSYCHOLOGY
THE UNIVERSIT YOF NC – WILMINGTON PSY 105 – GEN. PSY.
WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY PSY 150 – GEN. PSY.
WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY PSY 1301 – SOCIAL/BEHAVIOR SCIENCES
PSY 241 – Developmental Psych
PSY 241 – Developmental Psych Course Description
This course is a study of human growth and development. Emphasis is placed on major theories and perspectives as they relate to the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial aspects of development from conception to death. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of development across the life span. (S13114)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State PSY 2210 – HUMAN GROWTH & DEVEL
East Carolina University PSYC 3206 – Developmental Psyc
Elizabeth City State Not a Gen Ed course
Fayetteville State PSYC 331 – Developmental Psychology
NC A&T PSYC – Developmental Psychology I
NC Central PSY 3310 – The Psychology of Human Development and Maturation
North Carolina State University PSY 376 – Development Psychology
UNC-Asheville PSYC – Developmental Psychology
UNC-Chapel Hill Psyc 250 – Child Development
UNC-Charlotte PSYC 0001 – Growth and Development (LB 2214)
UNC-Greensboro PSY 250 – DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
UNC-Pembroke PSY 2050 – Childhood/Adoles Dev
UNC-Wilmington PSY 223 – Lifespan human Devel
Western Carolina University PSY 19D – CC Developmental Psychology
Winston-Salem State PSY 2336 – Lifespan Development
SOC 210 – Intro to Sociology
Intro to Sociology Course Description
This course introduces the scientific study of human society, culture, and social interactions. Topics include socialization, research methods, diversity and inequality, cooperation and conflict, social change, social institutions, and organizations. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological concepts as they apply to the interplay among individuals, groups, and societies. UGETC (S11919)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY SOC 1000 – THE SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY SOCI 21110 – INTR. SOCIOLOGY
ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY SOC 201 – INTRO. TO SOC.
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY SOCI 210 – PRIN. OF SOC.
NORTH CAROLINA A&T UNIVERSITY SOCI 100 – PRIN. OF SOC.
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SOCI 2100 – PRIN. OF SOCIOLOGY
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY SOC 202 – PRIN. OF SOC.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – ASHEVILLE SOC 1000 – INTRO. TO SOCIOLOGY
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – CHAPEL HILL SOCI 101 – SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – CHARLOTTE SOCY 1101 – INTRO. TO SOC.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – GREENSBORO SOC 101 – INTRO TO SOC.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – PEMBROKE SOC 1020 – INTRO. TO SOC.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NC – WILMINGTON SOC 105 – INTRO. TO SOC.
WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY SOC 103 – HUMAN SOCIETY
WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY SOC 2301 – SOCIAL/BEHAVIOR SCIENCES
SOC 213 – Sociology of the Family
SOC 213 – Sociology of the Family Course Description

This course covers the institution of the family and other intimate relationships. Emphasis is placed on mate selection, gender roles, sexuality, communication, power and conflict, parenthood, diverse lifestyles, divorce and remarriage, and economic issues. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze the family as a social institution and the social forces which influence its development and change. (S11798)

This is a college transfer course. Check with your senior institution to ensure the course will be appropriate for your program at that institution.

College Course Equivalency
Appalachian State SOC 1110 – SOCIOLGY INTIMATE RELATIONSHPS
East Carolina University SOCI 1025 – Courtship and Marriage
Elizabeth City State Not a Gen Ed course
Fayetteville State SOCI 399 – Marriage & Family Relations
NC A&T SOCI 411 – Sociology of Marriage & Family
NC Central SOCI 2500 – Marriage and the Family
North Carolina State University SOC 204 – Sociology of Family
UNC-Asheville SOC 273 – ST in SOC
UNC-Chapel Hill Soci 130 – Family and Society
UNC-Charlotte SOCY 2132 – Marriage & Family (LBST 2211)
UNC-Greensboro SOC 335 – MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
UNC-Pembroke Soc 3030 – The Family
UNC-Wilmington SOC 001 – Sociology Electives
Western Carolina University PSOC 365 – Marriage and Family
Winston-Salem State SOC 3356 – Sociology of the Family

*Winter Session classes are accelerated and very demanding of students’ time; students are strongly encouraged to register for no more than one Winter Session class.*

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New Students

If you are a new student, please follow new student enrollment steps prior to registration. Select the Winter Session term on the admissions application.

Current and Recent Students
  • Log in to your myCFCC portal
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  • Once on your My Progress page, type in the course you are looking for in the top right hand corner that says “Search for Courses.”
  • In the top left-hand corner, select “Fall” as your filter and browse courses with winter start dates. Note: Winter session courses will contain an “x” in their section.
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