What Are Some Gateway Community College Courses?

As of 2015, some Gateway Community College courses include Investigations in Health Care, Principles of Managerial Accounting, Methods of Learning in a Clinical Curriculum, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Technical Drafting, Introduction to Studio Art, Color Theory, History of Women in the Arts, Introduction to Clean Energy and Power Transmission, notes GatewayCT.edu. Gateway Community College is a two-year college located in New Haven, Connecticut that offers certificate and associate degree programs in 17 different areas of study.

Some of Gateway Community College's most popular programs include General Studies and Humanities, Health Professions and Related Programs, Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services and Liberal Arts and Sciences, notes USNews.com. One of the courses offered in the Health Professions program is Investigations in Health Care. This three-credit course offers students an overview of the responsibilities of those in clinical professions.

Business students can choose to take Principles of Managerial Accounting. This course focuses on topics such as accounting systems and cost behavior relationships to demonstrate the role of accounting in management. Liberal Arts and Sciences students may choose to take Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. This three-credit course provides students with a survey of the evolution of cultures, with a focus on non-Western Societies.

Other courses offered by Gateway Community College include Art History I, Federal Taxes I, Three Dimensional Design and Sculpture I.