Provides overview of college and career processes and expectations including cooperative work experience for employed high school students to earn elective credit. Focuses on appropriate work and college behaviors, decision making techniques, communication skills, and teamwork. May be repeated for up to 2 high school credits. Required: Student Petition. 03/31/2021-06/09/2021 Online or Remote Lecture/Lab Wednesday 01:00PM - 03:50PM, Room to be Announced
This course is designed to enhance the leadership, teaching and management skills of coaches as they relate to interacting with athletes at all levels. Group discussions and seminar sessions relating to coaching philosophies, ethics, practice planning, motivation, and dealing with parents, peers and assistants. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023
This course is designed to help students gain an overall understanding of information basic to the field of health, to help them critically evaluate health information, and to promote positive attitudes, values, and behaviors in regard to personal health. 05/22/2023 - 06/17/2023
This is the third course in the First Year Experience sequence. This course is designed to help students prepare for their future, including transferring to another school or university, how to search for employment, becoming proficient in the use of test taking skills, and how to break large projects and assignments into more manageable pieces for successful completion. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023
Literature of the 19th through 21st centuries, in a variety of genres. Through class discussion, research, and written work, students practice close reading and literary interpretation, explore the readings' contemporary relevance, relate the readings to their own lives and the world, and engage in academic conversations about the literature. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023
Explores African mythology and its cultural, social, and literary significance; views African mythology in its historical and geographic positions and in the larger context of global literary traditions; introduces theoretical approaches to mythology and basic literary elements and terminology; considers how studying myth affects and influences reading other works; connects African myth to African-American culture and literature. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023
A computer competency course to familiarize students with computer concepts, software applications and the implications of living in the digital age. Introduces students to computer concepts, including, but not limited to the Microsoft Windows environment, Microsoft Office Applications, hardware terminology, social media and the Internet. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023
A course in writing university-level research papers and pursuing lifelong learning through advanced research. Students continue to develop their information and research literacy by carrying out inquiry-driven research; this involves a variety of research skills and tools and an emphasis on locating, assessing, and working with college library resources. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023
Hands-on approach to planning, design, and developing published web sites using HTML tags in a text editor. The class focuses on basic HTML coding using HTML 5 models. Hyperlinks, images, cascading style sheets, forms, accessibility and design principles will be covered, as well as tools such as FTP clients, accessibility checkers, and validators. 04/03/2023 - 06/17/2023