We're digging deep into our catalog to find you the perfect match for your query.
Would You Say We Have A Plethora Of Courses?
Not to intimidate you, but that is exactly what we have - a plethora of classes designed to educate, to illuminate, and to change people's lives. It may be a lot of information to wade through, but we're here to help you build your bridge to success, whatever that may look like. When you're ready to take the next step, just enter a search word in the box above and start browsing.
This course is a study of materials, material properties, codes and methods of construction and installation. We will explore the characteristics and properties of a variety of materials in order to determine project appropriateness. This course will also cover textiles including fiber construction and characteristics, care, testing, and appropriate applications.
In this course, students will learn to use standard English grammar in writing developed academic compositions. Students work on developing effective sentences and using them in their writing. Students are exposed to the modes of classification, cause/effect, process analysis, and argument. This course is designed to further prepare ESOL student to handle the writing tasks they will encounter in college-credit level courses and the workplace. Integrated with credit ESOL-0373. To register for Writing 3 (COMX 4073) you must have completed Writing 2 (COMX 4072) and Grammar 2 (COMX 4096) with a grade of C or higher. Or tested into Writing 3 (COMX 4073) and Grammar 3 (COMX 4097) on the ESOL assessment test.
Interaction Design with HTML 5
Course Code: ITNW-2072
Program Area: Computer Science & Information Technology
This introductory level short course in project management introduces students with little-to-no formal project management training to the professional project management framework applied to run projects in their work environment. The emphasis is on introducing the framework terminology, and basic tools and techniques for starting and running simple projects through in-class exercises and examples using a custom workbook with step-by-step guidance (included with the course fee - no other textbooks required). No prior experience with managing projects is expected, so it is an excellent introduction to the subject for team leaders and participants who need to get started quickly and expect to pursue professional certification. Students will leave the course with a model project, which can serve as a template for initiating and planning real-world projects in their environments. This course can be taught in 4 separate evening meetings, or in a 2-day morning/afternoon format. It is not a prerequisite for, but can serve as an introductory step to ACC’s professional certification program consisting of the deeper and wider team-based 48-hour BMGT 1009 Applied Project Management foundations course, followed by the BMGT 1040 PMP/CAPM Exam Prep course to prepare students for PMI, CompTIA, and other professional certification exams.
This course is designed specifically for adults 18+ with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Students develop entry-level and intermediate skills for the workforce. Includes professionalism, interpersonal skills, communication, workplace civility, and employability skills. Application, assessment and interview required prior to admittance. Contact Christine Price at (512) 223-7856 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Reading and Vocabulary 3 is the third in a sequence of four ESOL reading courses, builds on skills introduced in the previous reading courses and continues to emphasize building comprehension skills. Students develop more analytical skills for reading college textbooks and novels. Also included are the study of vocabulary in context, pronoun referents, skimming, scanning, and paraphrasing. The course introduces the idea of annotation and includes summary-response writing. Integrated with credit ESOL-0313.
Fundamentals of a Chinese martial art form emphasizing health and self-defense (non-contact). It involves slow movements that resemble various animals in motion. It may be considered moving meditation. For questions please call Roy Ramos 512.223.6024 or email@example.com. Integrated with credit KINE-1128.