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  • For support of Stone Child College's Natural Resources/Geospatial Technology Program

  • This online course provides a broad overview of functions of health care systems with a focus on Indian Health Service, Tribal and Urban Indian Health Care Systems. Students will be introduced to types of care, health care system performance and career opportunities in the health care field.

  • This is an introductory course in Web site design.
  • This course will cover beginner to intermediate levels of Microsoft Access 2010.
  • First course in 2 semester sequence on Geographic information systems.  Students in this course will gain a degree of mastery of the most popular GIS ArcGIS.
  • This course provides an introduction to Systems Analysis and Design.
  • The course is designed to be a complete, step-by-step approach for learning the fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer hardware. It maps to the CompTIA A+ Certification exam.
  • The purpose of this course is to provide a baseline level of knowledge for success in industry and preparation for networking certifications
  • This entry will describe the Computer Science program at Stone Child College.

  • This course is an Introduction to programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2008.

  • This course is an introductory course in Java programming. We will use the NetBeans 7.2.1 IDE

  • Course designed to support Introduction to botany. Topics and activities focus on learner outcome: Describe photosynthesis on the physical, chemical, biological and geospatial levels.
  • This course was put together by RJ Gleed for completion of his capstone course spring 2012.  The course is based on "Field Inventory of Mineral REsources on the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation" Prepare dby US Bureau of Mines for US Bureau of Indian Affairs.  The report was published in 1981
  • The second course in SCC's GIS sequence. Main topics include:

    • Raster analysis
    • Geocoding
    • Network analysis
    • Coordinate systems
    • Basic and advanced editing techniques
    • Geodatabases and metadata
  • The first of SCC's Algebra based Physics classes.  Topics covered in Phy101 are:

    • Laws of Motion
    • Gravitation
    • Work and Energy
    • Thermodynamics
  • For support of Stone Child's College Chemistry 1 lab.  Look for

    • you tube videos
    • lab handouts
    • ancilary materials
  • Course designed to help students understand the theory and technological components of Global positioning systems. As well as, an opportunity to use a GPS rover unit to collect GPS data, reformat and transfer GPS data for inclusion in a GIS map.
  • Environmental Measurement is an introductory science class that uses the GLOBE program to teach scientific principles. This class is the result SCC's NASA grant of 2003-2006. The Curriculum Improvement partnership Award
  • The second course in SCC's Fundamentals of Physics curricullum.  A conceptual/algebra non-calculus based introduction to Physics.  The topical focus of Physics II is: electricty, magnetism, electromagnetism, wave phenomena, Radioactivity, and Relativity
  • This site supports Stone Child Colleges College Chemistry II class. look for

    • List of weekly topics
    • Homework problems
    • links to relevant websites.
    • links to powerpoint presentations used in class
  • Students in this course will master a core of basic concepts through which most of plant biology and their cultural uses are capable to be understood. Ethnobotany is “the science of people’s interactions with plants”, originally was called aboriginal botany. In plant biology there are many terms used to describe the many parts of a plant which will be important for students to learn and recognize. Also a basic understanding of scientific classification is an essential component in any biology course.

  • This site supports Stone Child Colleges intro to soil science class.  Students can access powerpoint presentations prepared by the textbook authors.  the site also provide links to numerous websites listed in margins of textbook
  • Students in this course will master a core of basic concepts through which most of chemistry can be understood. CHMY 141 is the first in a two-semester general chemistry sequence.  This class will consist of three hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. The Laboratory course has a separate number; CHEM 142.

  • This course looks at the culture, history and language of the Anishinaabe-Ojibwe from the Great Lakes Region to which both Chief Rocky Boy and Chief Little Bear have connections. It is based on the six-part series,Ojibwe Waasa Inaabidaa We Look In All Directions originally produced for PBS television.

  • In this course we will look at the records in the Canadian Archives for Big Bear and Other First Nations Leaders during the period 1882-1888. This is not a course on the general period of "eh mayakamikahk" ("when things went wrong") but a specific look at documents in the Canadian Archives that deal with Big Bear and a few of the other First Nations leaders during this period.
  • This course looks at the events of what is called the 1885 Resistance, or as used in the title of the course, e-mayahkamikahk, "where it went wrong".
  • This course discusses the early migrations of the Chippewa and Cree from the East Salt Sea to present locations in western Canada and adjacent areas in Montana. Interactions and intermarriage between the Chippewa and Cree throughout these migrations will be the focus of this trek. However we will also discuss other Algic speaking peoples. We will look at various tribal prophesies such as the Seven Prophesies/Seven Fires of the Ojibwe.

  • In this course we will work with the Rocky Boy Census 1900-1920 as compiled by Diane Bynum. The student will use this document to begin creating their own Family Narrative or Timeline

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