- Teacher: Shane Sangrey

## Available courses

- Teacher: Erica Hanson

The purpose of this course is to initiate the student to the roles, functions and expectations of the nurse. The course will explore nursing history, currents views of nursing, different types of nursing occupations, legal, ethical, spiritual, cultural, and educational requirements. The course will expose the students to issues surrounding the profession of nursing.

To house information on the SCC Capacity Building Project

A project-based approach will be used. Topics include:formulas and functions, charts, Web queries, what-if analysis, data tables, worksheet as a database, working with multiple worksheets and workbooks, solver, goal seeking, macros and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), formula auditing, data validation, importing data, pivot charts, and pivot tables.

- Teacher: Cory Billy

An algebra based survey course presenting the fundamental laws and phenomena that underlie nature. Classical and modern physics concepts covered include: mechanics, motion, gravitation, heat, energy, thermodynamics,

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. The chemical knowledge and skills that you gain in these courses will prepare you for a variety of advanced courses in many subjects. The problem-solving and learning skill that you will develop in these and similar courses are likely to help you throughout your career. This class will consist of three hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. The Laboratory course has a separate number; CHMY 142.

- Teacher: Doug Crebs

An introductory course examining the physical properties of the atmosphere. radiation, heating and cooling, precipitation, clouds, weather disturbances, climate controls, map reading and planetary circulation. Consists of 3 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week. Four credits.

- Teacher: Doug Crebs

This is a study of the systematic analysis and
design of computer software using case
tools, data flow analysis, culminating in a
complete system design. 3 credits (Spring)
CSCI 241 VISUAL BASIC
Prerequisite: CSCI 155 or equivalent
This course is an Intro to computer
programming and problem solving
techniques. Stresses modularity and
structured techniques. Programming
structures including looping, sequence, and
decision making. Students will be exposed to
the Visual BASIC programming language
with an overview of the language and specific
implementation examples.

This course focuses on the integration of the various applications using the case project method. Students will learn to use, MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook. Students will learn to use the integrated tools in modern applications programs to save time and increase the accuracy and integrity of the overall information of reports.

As a student in this course, you will learn the most important topics of Microsoft Office Access 2016. No prior computer experience is assumed. First, you will learn the basics of file management and the most important elements of the new Microsoft Office 2016 interface. Next, you will learn to create and build databases and define table relationships. Once you have mastered these topics, you will learn to maintain and query databases, and create and use forms and reports.

First in a two class sequence designed to teach about Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Main topics include: Working Definition of a Geographic Information System, History of GIS, The nature of Geographical Data. Geographic Data models, Components of ArcGIS, Working with map Attributes. Building maps from data layers. GIS analysis via queries, spatial joins, Map overlay and Geoprocessing. Class will meet 3 hours per week Mondays and Wednesdays.

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This course uses Visual Basic 2017, an object-oriented language, to teach programming concepts. This course is designed as a beginning programming course. However, it assumes students are familiar with basic Windows skills and file management.

- Teacher: Pete Stiffarm

This course provides the beginning programmer with a guide to developing applications using the Java programming language. Java is popular among professional programmers because it can be used to build visually interesting graphical user interface (GUI) and Web-based applications. Java also provides an excellent environment for the beginning programmerâ€”a student can quickly build useful programs while learning the basics of structured and object-oriented programming techniques.

- Teacher: Pete Stiffarm

This is an Introductory course to Networking.

- Teacher: Pete Stiffarm

This course presents the language and mathematical applications of sentence solutions and roots, graphs, conic sections, functions, relations, logarithms, exponents, logic, sequences, series, counting including permutations and combinations, probability, odds, systems of equations, matrices, and determinants.

- Teacher: Eric Shulund

Students apply math skills to business situations arising during normal business activities. Concepts and procedures are discussed including payroll computations, checking and savings accounts, simple and compound interest loans, purchasing and sales procedures, budgeting, and record keeping.

- Teacher: Tiff n Tiff GnH

This is a programmed, instructor-assisted, student-centered, individualized instruction course sequence designed to develop hands-on mathematical computation, study skills, basic algebra concepts, and symbolic manipulation algorithms. This course prepares students for Intermediate Algebra and other courses requiring algebra skills. Instructors may utilize computer education software. All levels will solve word problems associated with learned concepts to promote reading and critical thinking skills. Unless a course has been previously completed, students are expected to enroll in all three courses at the beginning of the semester. All three courses of the same section will meet in the same room at the same time each week. A student completing a course during the semester will move to the next numbered course. Students are expected to complete all three series courses during one semester.

- Teacher: Eric Shulund