Online Registration for Spring 2023 Gentrain has begun. Use the directions below. Note: If you wait until class starts, you will need to get an 'add code' from Dr Haffa.
MPC offers four four-week Gentrain courses in the Fall Semester and four four-week courses in the Spring Semester. Each week of class requires four hours of attendance, Tuesday and Thursday 8:45-11:00 in LF 103 (see MPC Campus Map). Classes may be taken for non-credit or for credit. One semester unit of credit is earned for each four-week class, and three units of credit are earned for each twelve-week class.
Students who wish to attend "for credit" should refer to the Spring 2023 MPC catalogue. In any case, come to the Gentrain class for a visit, and if you want to stay, you can get help to register.
Please be sure to check your name on the appropriate (credit/non-credit) attendance sheet at every class section.
At the credit level, Gentrain may be taken either for Letter Grade or for Credit/No Credit. Requirements are the same for both.
The student will take a 32-question objective examination at the end of the two-week class and write an out-of-class essay (4-6 pages) in response to questions designed to evaluate the student's comprehension of material treated in the class. The essay will be due on the Tuesday following the objective exam. The objective exams will be graded as follows: 29-32 correct = A; 26-28 = 8; 22-25 = C; 19-21 = D. The objective exam grade and the essay grade will be averaged to arrive at the final grade for the class (for the 20 series, three objective exams and three essay grades will be so averaged).
As indicated, requirements are the same for credit/no credit as for letter grade. A student must achieve at least a grade of 'C' as his/her final course grade to achieve a grade of 'Credit.'
Some Important Reminders
Gentrain at the 400 Level
Since no credits are earned, there are no specific requirements for Gentrain at the 400 level beyond attendance. No units of credit are awarded, and courses do not appear on the student's transcript.