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2020 - 2021

Course Description Associate Degree Program

Section ‘B”: Associate Degree Program

In addition to the courses in section “A”, the following is required for the Associate Degree Program: 

Advanced Business: Introduction to Business Law: AB201

This course is to define fundamental legal terminology regarding contracts, torts, property, and differentiate between business ethics and legal issues; identify and explain required elements of torts, requirements of contracts, sales contracts, corporations, partnerships, and agency. Examine various consumer laws as applied to business and individuals and internet laws and how they affect business.

This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 1 Semester Credit Hours |

 

Advanced Business: Introduction to Marketing: AB202

This course will introduce learners to marketing strategies and tools used extensively in the marketing industry. The student will learn about the ambiguous nature of marketing and it’s different meanings for different businesses. The learner will also discover the characterizations of marketing that are common to all businesses.

This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 1 Semester Credit Hours |

 

Advanced Business: Introduction to Social Media Marketing: AB203

This course will teach students to survey the landscape of social media tools with an eye towards critically analyzing their role as an effective means of delivering and receiving marketing messages and communications. Special emphasis will be placed upon cornerstone digital marketing techniques that feature the utilization of technologies that depend upon customer participation. This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 1 Semester Credit Hours |

Advanced Business: Introduction to Bookkeeping: AB204

This course covers the fundamentals of accounting with the newcomer in mind. Bookkeeping is more than just memorizing terms and procedures, it’s a whole new way of thinking about finances. This course assumes the student has no prior knowledge about accounting or finance and delivers lessons and examples to build accounting skills.

This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 1 Semester Credit Hours | 

Communications: C101

This course emphasizes that good communication is the foundation of healthy relationships and thriving practices. This course will provide guidance in composition, interactive speaking, reflective listening, and public speaking. It will integrate these practices into viable tools for communication. It will provide practice in Personal Effectiveness Training as it relates to client-therapist relationships. The promotion of a safe environment, as it relates to confidentiality will be mastered.

This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 5 Semester Credit Hours |

 

Ethics: E101

This course combines theory and applied ethics, with an emphasis on the practical topics of everyday interest. It is an introduction to the philosophy of morality as it applies to practical moral needs. Moral character is explored in all its dimensions: virtues, vices, attitudes, emotions, commitments, and personal relationships. In addition, the course addresses right and wrong conduct. The goal is to stimulate personal reflection and group dialogue, rather than offer solutions. This Ethics course seeks to sharpen ideas, which we use as tools in coping responsibly with our daily lives. It is a field of study that is interesting and fun and relevant to all people. Focusing on ethics and philosophy will contribute to a more satisfying life.

This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 5 Semester Credit Hours |

 

Healthy Nutrition: HN201

This course is a guide to eating healthy. Students will explore different theories to foods that should or should not be eaten. The course allows not only for hands-on cooking but for hands-on growing healthy foods. This course will inspire the student to take on health and eating as a primary goal in their life and the lives of their clients. Special emphasis is given to Sports Nutrition. This course is offered in an online format. | 111 Contact/Clock Hours | 5 Semester Credit Hours | Introduction to Psychology: P101 This course is an introduction to the study of human behavior. The primary aspects of human behavior are discussed. These aspects of human behavior include topics such as motivation, learning, personality development, and the dynamics of maladaptive behavior.

This course is offered in an online format.

| 100 Contact/Clock Hours | 5 Semester Credit Hours | 

Online format/ Blended (online and on-site) format. (Clock Hours are converted to credit hours as one semester credit hour equaling 15 contact hours of lecture or 30 contact hours of laboratory or 45 hours of externship, or some combination equivalent.) 

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