Syllabus - Basic Food Preparation
Aug 24, 2010 · This course is aimed towards first year college students starting their degree in Culinary Arts. This course is designed to cover the basics of effective cooking principles by preparing various products. It is a “follow the recipe” course, NOT a creative cookery course, where basic skills are developed and evaluated.
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Syllabus - American Sign Language (ASL) I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Subjects Course Description: This course is an introduction to the basic skills in production and comprehension of American Sign Language (ASL). It includes the manual alphabet and numbers. Develops conversational ability, culturally appropriate behaviors, and exposes students to ASL grammar.
Syllabus - Introduction to Accounting I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 03, 2012 · COURSE OBJECTIVE: Upon successful completion of this course , you should be able to analyze, record and summarize accounting transactions in a manual and/or computerized environment, and prepare basic financial statements for a business.
Syllabus - College Algebra
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 19, 2011 · This course is designed to teach students the functional approach to mathematical relationships that they will need for a business calculus sequence. Other courses, such as MATH 1332, or MATH 1342 are more appropriate to meet a general mathematics requirement. Check with your degree plan as to what math course your college requires.
Syllabus - Informatics and Technology in Healthcare
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Objectives. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Integrate knowledge, skills, and abilities gained from personal experiential learning, prerequisite, and co-requisite courses in the program of study. Discuss the history and current scope of practice for health informatics in …
Syllabus - Integrated Circuit Layout and Design I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 29, 2013 · Course description An introductory course in the layout and design of integrated circuits. This is the first of three courses designed to train students to become IC Layout Designers; however, this course may also be taken as a technical elective for other degree plans.
Syllabus - Medical-Surgical Nursing II
Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 11, 2017 · See the course schedule for information on add/drops procedures, deadlines, and tuition refunds. F. Withdrawing from a course: It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that his or her name is removed from the roll should he or she decide to withdraw from the class. The instructor does, however, reserve the right to drop a student ...
Syllabus - Basic Nursing Skills
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 17, 2010 · I. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Basic Nursing Skills. Mastery of entry level nursing skills and competencies for a variety of health care settings. Utilization of the nursing process as the foundation for all nursing interventions. VNSG 1423 is a lab course that meets one day a week for three hours of didactic (lecture) and four hours of laboratory ...
Syllabus - Human Growth and Development
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 06, 2020 · Course Requirements PSYC–2314 Human Growth & Development Spring 2020 Rev. E. Megan Baldwin, M.Ed., M.Div. 97475-002 MW 10:30 - 11:50 Room 01213.00 During the first week of the semester I will provide you with a link to the website designed for this course.
Syllabus - Introduction to Programming in Visual Basic .NET
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Apr 18, 2013 · Course Rationale: This is an introductory programming course using the Visual Basic language. It does not assume any prior programming experience. This course will prepare students for ITSE 2305/BCIS 2331 (Windows Programming using VB.Net). This is an optional course in the Local Area Network Administration and Microcomputer Applications ...
Syllabus - Creative Arts for Early Childhood
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 25, 2012 · Course Overview Course Description CDEC 1458 is an exploration of principles, methods and materials for teaching young children music, movement, visual arts and dramatic play through process-oriented experiences to support divergent thinking.
Syllabus - Leadership
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Do the orientation and take the orientation quiz for 10 extra credit points.Read the text book (class schedule for assignments)Use the material on the Blackboard web siteTake the quizzes, if assigned, (online) and the tests (in testing centers) on time (see class schedule).
Syllabus - Beginning Creative Writing
Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will encompass three areas: 1. Your writing. Write as much as you can in a genre and in ways that interest you. Using the workshop (peer critique) approach, we will read from these writings and discuss them in class. 2. Technical areas. We’ll work on such elements of prose as Characterization, Point of View, Plot, Description, and so forth. 3. Reading: We’ll read and analyze the stories in the textbook to improve your understanding of the technical areas above. I’ll also ask you to prepare a pers…
Syllabus - Introduction to Social Work
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Feb 09, 2020 · Course Subjects This is a foundation course designed to help students develop a beginning understanding of the core elements of the profession of social work and to provide an overview of the history and development of social work as a profession.
Syllabus - Pathophysiology
Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 14, 2011 · Course Evaluation and Grading: Five Unit Tests are required. A grade must be recorded for each of the five unit tests in order to receive a final course grade. No retakes will be allowed on any unit test. Regardless of the circumstances, if a unit test is missed, a make-up exam will be offered at the end of the semester. This exam will be ...
Syllabus - Introduction to English Writing and Grammar
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 13, 2011 · Course Schedule (Subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.) The following is a general schedule of assignments. Specific homework assignments will be made on a daily basis and written on the blackboard. Daily assignments must be prepared before coming to class!
Syllabus - Immunology/Serology
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Oct 25, 2012 · Course Subjects This course covers the science of immunology and serology through the study of theories and processes related to natural body defenses. Included are the immune response, principles of antigen-antibody reactions, and the principles of serological procedures as well as quality control, quality assurance, and safety.
Syllabus - Film Appreciation
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 18, 2011 · Course Subjects TENTATIVE WEEKLY SCHEDULE. Always remember to check Blackboard week-by-week for announcements, readings and changes. This is a tentative schedule and we will cover each of the topics below during the semester, some in greater detail than others and not necessarily in the following order, subject to change.
Syllabus - 3D Animation I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Prerequisites. Prerequisites: None . Course Rationale. 3D Animation I is a foundation course for the 3D Animation curriculum. The course provides students the fundamental skills to animate effectively with simple objects and characters necessary for work in 3D Animation II.
Syllabus - Introduction to Accounting I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 19, 2018 · course description: This course is a study in analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. The course emphasizes the complete accounting cycle, preparation of basic financial statements, recording merchandising transactions, reviewing inventory costing methods, preparing bank ...
Syllabus - Programming Fundamentals I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Rationale: This is an entry level programming course designed to teach students the basic concepts of computer programming. The course will include designing, coding, debugging, testing, and documenting programs using a high level programming language. This course is intended to prepare students for a programming-oriented academic path.
Syllabus - Anatomy and Physiology II
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 12, 2021 · Course Description: Biol 2402-Anatomy & Physiology II-(4-3-3) This course is the second part of a two course sequence. It is a study of the structure and function of the human body including the following systems: endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive (including nutrition), urinary (including fluid and electrolyte ...
Syllabus - Anatomy and Physiology II
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 26, 2021 · Course Requirements BIOL 2402 Anatomy and Physiology II is the second part of a two course sequence. It is a study of the structure and function of the human body including cells, tissues and organs of the following systems: endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, …
Syllabus - Introduction to Environmental Science
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 20, 2019 · Course Rationale: As the world's population grows and expands, humans are placing a greater demand on the Earth’s resources, increasing the volume and extent of pollution, and causing a rapid change in the world's climate, biogeochemical cycles and ecosystems. In this course, students will be introduced to the Earth’s life-supporting ...
Syllabus - International Banking and Trade Finance
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 17, 2011 · Course Requirements Course Requirements: Attend and participate in class. Read required materials, ie: FT daily, weekly chapter assignments, handouts, etc. Turn in all homework on time, ie: Printed copy in class and e-mail copy with IBUS2333 in subject line. Take scheduled exams during the semester. Research and write required project paper.
Syllabus - Introduction to Visual Basic Programming NET
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 11, 2016 · Course Description: Introduction to computer programming using VB.NET. Emphasis on the fundamentals of structured design, development, testing, implementation, and documentation. Includes language syntax, data and file structures, input/output devices, and files. Course Rationale: This is an introductory programming course using the VB.NET ...
Syllabus - College Algebra
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 13, 2013 · Course-Specific Support Services. Sections of MATH 0153(1-0-2) are sometimes offered. This lab class is designed for students currently registered in COLLEGE Algebra, MATH 1314. It offers individualized and group setting to provide additional practice and explanation. This course is not for college-level credit.
Syllabus - Product Design
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Subjects Instruction in product design and product management methods. Exploration of techniques used to lead an iterative design process within a business. Learn about office best practices, problem and product validation through research and the …
Syllabus - English Composition I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Sep 07, 2012 · Course Description. ENGLISH 1301 is a study of the principles of composition with emphasis on language, the mechanics of writing, types of discourse, and research and documentation. Course Objectives. The goals of Composition I are to promote. critical thinking, reading, and writing;
Syllabus - Introduction to International Business and Trade
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Oct 06, 2010 · Course Description & Rationale. This introductory course focuses on the core concepts and techniques for entering the international marketplace. Emphasis is on the effect of sociocultural, demographic, economic, technological, and political-legal factors in the foreign trade environment.
Syllabus - Health Information Systems
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 30, 2018 · course student learning outcomes: The curriculum of the Austin Community College Health Information Technology program is designed to meet or exceed the professional course content as published in the AHIMA Model Curriculum that includes the HIM Entry-Level Competencies and Knowledge Clusters.
Syllabus - Automotive Electrical Systems
Posted: (0 seconds ago) May 20, 2013 · Course Subjects This course is an overview of automotive electrical systems including topics in electrical laws, operational theory, testing, magnetism, diagnosis, and repair of batteries, charging and starting systems, and electrical systems accessories.
Syllabus - Introduction to Philosophy
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Dec 16, 2010 · The course is intended to make students conversant with the main names and ideas in the history of philosophy, and to provide a solid basis for further study of philosophy. The motto of the course will be the famous aphorism, “You will know the truth and the truth will set you free.”
Syllabus - Engineering Physics I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 18, 2012 · Course Policies: Attendance –More than 6 (six) days of absences (excused or not) are to be considered “excessive absences”. Under these circumstances an “F” grade for this course will be given, but the student has the option of withdrawing. Also you must do all lab experiments to get credit for this course. A missed experiment must be ...
Syllabus - Microprocessor
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 27, 2017 · Course Rationale: Microprocessor is the course used to provide an understanding of microprocessor hardware and software. Technicians completing this course will work with microprocessor based equipment, and be capable of distinguishing hardware from software faults.
Syllabus - Music Appreciation
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 21, 2020 · Course Description: Music appreciation is a basic course aimed at the enhancement of the student's capacity to enjoy music, and to the building of listening and analytical skills as well. No musical background is required or expected, although students with such a background may find certain material in the course to be less challenging .
Syllabus - Intermediate Accounting I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 20, 2017 · Course Subjects COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course involves the critical analysis of generally accepted accounting principles, concepts, and theory underlying the preparation of financial statements.Emphasis is placed on current theory and practice. It is an intense study of accounting standards and principles used by accounting professionals for disclosing accounting information …
Syllabus - Calculus I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 17, 2021 · Upon successful completion of this course, students will: 1. Solve tangent and area problems using the concepts of limits, derivatives, and integrals. 2. Draw graphs of algebraic and transcendental functions considering limits, continuity, and differentiability at a point. 3.
Syllabus - Clinical Chemistry
Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is conducted in a hybrid format where the student will be required to listen to narrated lectures and read laboratory procedures prior to the date on which those lectures and labs are assigned on the course schedule. Due to the hybrid nature of this course, the instructor recommends that the student follow the below process in ...
Syllabus - Windows Programming (Visual Basic .NET)
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Rationale: This is an intermediate programming course using the Visual Basic language. It assumes prior programming experience. This course will prepare students for ITSE 2349/BCIS 2332 (Advanced Visual Basic Programming.NET). This is an optional course in the Local Area Network Administration and Microcomputer Applications Support AAS ...
Syllabus - Financial Statement Analysis
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 28, 2019 · Course enrollment and registration is handled through the office of Dr. Reed Peoples, Department Chair, Department of Accounting at ACC. Please contact his administrative assistant, Katy Gott at 512-223-4800 for specific details on registration requirements, course approval and deadlines.
Syllabus - Bowling I
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Rationale: The purpose of this course is to learn the specific skills and/or the techniques of the activity. By actively participating in an activity class, the student may gain health benefits such as increased cardiovascular endurance, improved body composition, increased flexibility, increased muscular endurance and increased muscular ...
Syllabus - Health Promotion Across the Lifespan
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 21, 2019 · Course Requirements This course is presented in a face-to-face delivery method with required classroom participation, group projects, and written assignments. In-class Participation. Students will attend weekly on-site discussions throughout the semester session, and …
Syllabus - Abnormal Psychology
Posted: (0 seconds ago) COMMON COURSE OBJECTIVES/ STUDENT OUTCOMES: Understand the issues involved in defining normal and abnormal behavior. Describe the definitions, symptoms, classifications, etiology and treatment of abnormal behavior. Formulate an understanding of psychopathology, which includes an integration of biology, psychology and social context.
Syllabus - Principles of Advertising
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jun 29, 2020 · Click the Course Content link on the menu and then click the Orientation link and follow the instructions to complete the Orientation. Advertising 2327 is an interactive training system that combines electronic learning materials with online instructor guidance and expertise.
Syllabus - Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed to prepare the EMS provider, nurse, or physician with an organized approach to the cardiac related emergency. It relays the latest methods supplied by the American Heart Association based on extensive research and testing in order to provide cardiac patients with the best possible outcome in an emergency situation.
Syllabus - General Chemistry I -- Lecture
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Oct 19, 2011 · COURSE EVALUATION/GRADING SYSTEM: This course has a separate lecture grade and lab grade. The lab grade will be discussed separately in the lab syllabus. The following discussion gives information about the lecture course ONLY. Grading: Five of the six test scores, each worth 100 points, will determine the course grade.
Syllabus - Business Math
Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jun 01, 2011 · Course Objectives: To provide college students with reinforcement of mathematical computations. Challenge the student to understand how to process and interpret information to arrive at logical conclusions to common business math applications. Develop proficiency in the application to solve business math problems.
Syllabus - Law of Agency
Posted: (0 seconds ago) 3. Examination questions will be taken from textbook material, required contracts and course documents. 4. Examination Schedule: You must take the exams ON OR BEFORE the dates indicated. 5. Contract Case Studies Listing Agreement = 15% Buyer Representation Agreement = 15% 6. Course Grade Average A = 90-100% B = 80-89% C = 70-79% D = 60-69% F ...