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Construction Surveying
Surveying principles in civil engineering.
Plane Surveying
Fundamentals of plane surveying.
Public Land Surveying Systems
Introduction to the United States Public Land Surveying System (USPLSS).
Fundamental Chemistry/GE
Fundamental laws and principles of inorganic chemistry for students with little or no background in chemistry. Properties of matter are developed from the structure of atoms and molecules. Experiments demonstrate techniques and connect observation with theories.
General Chemistry I/GE
A detailed study of inorganic chemistry is presented with emphasis on atomic and molecular structure, chemical reactions and bonding, equilibrium, and the laws and principles of chemistry in terms of modern theory.
General Chemistry II/GE
Continuation of CHM 151. The descriptive and quantitative chemistry of the elements and compounds with regards to kinetics, atomic and molecular structure and bonding, trends of the periodic table, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry.
Organic Chemistry I
Properties and reactions of saturated and unsaturated organic compounds, including aromatic derivatives. Emphasis is placed on organic chemical nomenclature, reaction chemistry (including predicting products formed) and mechanisms, stereochemistry, structure determination from spectroscopic data, and physical and chemical properties related to molecular structure and bonding.
Organic Chemistry II
Continuation of CHM 235. Advanced study of carboxylic acid derivatives, carbonyl compounds, substituted benzene, amines, carbohydrates, nucleophilic addition reactions, electrophilic and nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions, oxidation and reduction chemistry, condensation reactions, stereochemistry, and continuation of infrared and 1H and 13C NMR spectroscopy, in addition to mass spectroscopy (MS). Laboratory includes qualitative analysis.
Introduction to Community Health Advocacy
Orientation to the role and responsibility in community health, historical perspectives, and required skills.
Healthy Living
Elements that influence physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness; explores the impact of the wellness model on health care for self and others; effects of energy dynamics on bodywork.
Community Health Worker Fundamentals 1
Basic skills for community health worker that include community health concepts and a comprehensive understanding of advocacy program goals.
Preparation for Field Experience
Skills necessary for participating in the field service work of the community health worker.
Community Health Worker Fundamentals 2
A continuation of necessary skills for community health workers that include community health concepts and a comprehensive understanding of advocacy program goals.
Field Experience
Field experience with assigned mentor to practice advocacy skills.
Health Services
Students choose specific topics of interest and develop materials for presentation of healthcare and wellness information sessions.
Introduction to Health Care Careers
An exploration of careers in the healthcare field. Students gain insight into specific healthcare careers by having direct contact with industry experts in nursing, radiology technology, emergency medical care, massage therapy, and physical therapy.
Keyboarding: Introduction
This course introduces techniques of computer keyboarding with emphasis on touch control, rhythm, and accuracy. Using a word processing program, the course also introduces the formats of memorandums, letters, tables, one-and two- page reports, and simple resumes. Exemption by comprehensive examination.
Keyboarding: Intermediate
This course continues the development of speed and accuracy for production of letters, tables, reports, clipart, and communication skills using a word processing program. Exemption by comprehensive examination.
Word Processing
Course will provide the student with a working knowledge of business formats and the use of word processing software. It covers elementary through advanced features of word processors, using the Microsoft software.
Basic Computers
This course is an introduction to the very basics of how to use a computer. It is designed for that individual who has never touched a computer before and could possibly be defined as "Computer Phobic." The ultimate aim of this class is to erase those computer fears and to provide the confidence required to continue on to other higher -level computer courses.
Basic Word Processing
This course is a basic introduction to the use of a word processing software package. It is specifically designed for those individuals who have successfully completed the CIS 70 "Basic Computers" course or have those basic skills and now wish to expand his/her knowledge about computers without enrolling in a traditional academic college class.
Basic Internet
This course is a basic introduction to the use of the Internet. It is specifically designed for those individuals who have completed the CIS 70 "Basic Computers" course or has that knowledge level and wishes to expand his/her personal knowledge about computers without taking a traditional college class.
MS-Windows (IBM Compatible)
Students will learn basic skills in the Windows environment. Activities include: starting Windows, using a mouse and keyboard, opening and exiting menus, switching applications, sizing a window, arranging open windows, accessing files and directories in File Manager, using Control Panel, working with the print queue, creating and manipulating documents with Write, practicing elements of Paintbrush,accessing accessory programs, and customizing Windows.
Using A Microcomputer
Introduction to computers utilizing multiple web based learning modalities, guided hands- on experience in processing data through document production software, communication software and Internet usage. Also includes introductory concepts of information security. computer security and descriptions of common terminology.
Introduction to Business Information/GE Systems
Provides perspective on information technology with an emphasis of applied technology in the business environment. Introduces business information systems and the use of applications software to process business data with a special focus on database and spreadsheets packages.
Intro to Comp Info Syst/GE
Includes description of computer hardware and software, computer terminology, the data processing cycle, and characteristics of programming languages, with emphasis on the use of applications software in processing business data.
This course is designed to assist the student in developing a working knowledge of spreadsheet application software packages. It will cover the elementary tasks of entering and exiting the spreadsheet software; creating;, modifying, saving, printing, and erasing spreadsheets; creating and using formulae and functions; copying, moving, specifying and erasing ranges; and formatting techniques. Intermediate functions will include manipulating larger spreadsheets and creating analytical graphs and databases. The advanced functions will require students to successfully utilize the software to solve business related problems using macros and macro menus.
Students will develop the skills necessary to store and manipulate data using relational database software for business applications. The course focuses upon design, manipulation, and maintenance of databases including design, forms, reports, and queries.
Web Design 1
Web site design and development utilizing industry standard web design tools.
Introduction to E-Commerce/E-Business/Ge
Provides an introduction to e-commerce/e-business software/hardware requirements, design techniques infrastructure development, marketing, economic and sociological impacts.
Microcomputer Installation & Support
This course is designed to involve the student in the actual repair and upgrading of micro-computing systems. This course will instruct the students in the basics of computer trouble- shooting and how to define and repair the problem in the most effcient way availiable. Software diagnostics and troubleshooting will also be used to determine hardware/software error components.
Computer Forensics and Investigations
Introduction to digital forensic principles including the collection, preservation, analysis of digital evidence, legal considerations, digital evidence controls, and the documentation of Introduction to digital forensic principles including the collection, preservation, analysis of digital evidence, legal considerations, digital evidence controls, and the documentation of forensic analysis.
Computer Security
Introduction to computer and information security topics: threats, protective techniques, risk analysis, contingency planning, paasword tech- niques, encryption, biometrics, network protocols, intercept devices, and internet resources.
Computer Programming Logic
This course is an introduction to the fundamental techniques used in designing computer programs.
Computer Programming-Visual BASIC
Computer programming as a problem-solving technique, regardless of the student's area of study. The BASIC language is used to write, debug, and document business application programs to demonstrate proficiency in using BASIC.
Computer Programming - C#
Fundamental techniques using the C# (C Sharp) language.