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GEN115A - Technology for College - Sample Course v.1

GEN115A - Technology for College - Sample Course v.1

This course encourages adult learners to use technology as an effective communication avenue to research and present information for life and learning. Learners will gain experience with technology tools, including Microsoft® Word and PowerPoint that can be used throughout the student’s coursework to create documents and presentations and communicate those appropriately to academic and professional audiences.

General Biology I with Lab - BIO 130L

General Biology I with Lab - BIO 130L

This course focuses on core competencies in biology, placing emphases on critical thinking, human biology, and a brief introduction to human anatomy. Also included are basics in chemistry, cells, genetics, and ecology.  Key differences between divine creation and evolution are briefly explored. The lab allows students to use the scientific method. 4 credits.


GEN115A - Technology for College

GEN115A - Technology for College

This course encourages adult learners to use technology as an effective communication avenue to research and present information for life and learning. Learners will gain experience with technology tools, including Microsoft® Word and PowerPoint that can be used throughout the student’s coursework to create documents and presentations and communicate those appropriately to academic and professional audiences.

LEA 171, Introduction to Leadership

LEA 171, Introduction to Leadership

This course provides an overview of the basics of leadership with application in both a personal and organizational context.  Creating and communicating the vision, empowering others and recognizing their contributions, challenging the status quo and leading change, and celebrating team and organizational success are all key ideas addressed in this course.  Moreover, students will be asked to evaluate their own personal leadership practices according to these concepts.