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A study of the relative motion of machine parts, the forces acting on the parts of the machine and the motion resulting from these forces. Analysis of displacement, velocity and accelerations of linkages, cams, gears and other mechanisms using both S.I. and English systems of units.
Study of the European background, colonial beginnings, the historical, economic, social and political growth of America prior to 1865.
This is a stand alone GYO class for HS Students only.
This is a stand alone GYO class foe HS students only.
Practice in the techniques of effective writing and reading with an emphasis on the writing process, including rhetorical methods and patterns of organization and an introduction to APA format. Students must earn a grade of C or above or repeat the course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Practice in the techniques of effective writing and reading with an emphasis on the writing process, including rhetorical methods and patterns of organization and an introduction to APA format. Students must earn a grade of C or above or repeat the course to fulfill the general education requirement.
A study of mechanics and heat. Topics discussed include vectors, concurrent and noncurrent forces, kinematics and linear motion, work, energy, simple machines, impulse, momentum, thermal expansion, specific heat, and change of state.
This is a class for High School Student only.
Natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, real numbers, equations, and inequalities; ratio, proportion and variation; graphs; interest; introduction to elementary statistics.
This is a High School Dual Credit Class.
Documenting a patient's health history and developing strong assessment skills are essential for the nurse and other health care providers plan, implement and evaluate patient's plan of care. The goal of this class is to help you improve on assessing your patient and accurately documenting your findings.
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An introductory course concerned with the chemical and physical organization of life, cytology, plant anatomy and physiology, plant diversity, and ecology.
An introductory course concerned with the chemical and physical organization of life, cytology, plant anatomy and physiology, plant diversity, and ecology.
An introductory course concerned with the chemical and physical organization of life, cytology, plant anatomy and physiology, plant diversity, and ecology.
An introductory course concerned with heredity gene function, evolution, human anatomy and physiology, and animal diversity.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 101
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 101
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 101
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 102.
A study of the anatomy and physiology of cells as well as the integumentary, skeletal, articular, muscular, nervous, and endocrine systems.
A study of the anatomy and physiology of cells as well as the integumentary, skeletal, articular, muscular, nervous, and endocrine systems.
Exams must be proctored by approved proctor.
A course concerned with the characteristics of pathogenic microorganisms encountered in the health care profession.
A course concerned with the characteristics of pathogenic microorganisms encountered in the health care profession.
This is a course designed to assist students in the acquisition of college survival skills, as well as skills for successful living. The course, designed primarily for freshman students, provides the opportunity for acquiring self management skills and college success skills. First time freshmen are expected to complete this course in their first semester. Upperclassmen may register for the class with the permission of the instructor.
This is a course designed to assist students in the acquisition of college survival skills, as well as skills for successful living. The course, designed primarily for freshman students, provides the opportunity for acquiring self management skills and college success skills. First time freshmen are expected to complete this course in their first semester. Upperclassmen may register for the class with the permission of the instructor.
Students will meet in class on Tuesdays and online on Thursdays.
This course is designed to prepare students to effectively use a major word processing package. Word topics include: formatting, editing, file management, tables, columns, and graphics. PowerPoint topics include: creating and editing presentations, which include illustrations and shapes, custom backgrounds and SmartArt diagrams, and information graphics. This course meets the computer skill requirement under the General Studies requirement.
Students will meet in class on Mondays and online Wednesdays.
A presentation of the principles of chemistry through a study of the structure and reactions of representative elements and compounds. Principles covered include stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical bonding, and the gaseous state.
A study of the principles of organic chemistry with emphasis on modern, mechanistic, synthetic, and spectroscopic problems. The laboratory includes experiments for developing techniques and synthesis projects for perfecting these techniques.
A study of materials used in building and highway construction. Topics studied include the physical and chemical properties, production, and subsequent use of selected materials. The laboratory sessions follow ASTM standards for sampling and testing of the materials discussed in the lecture.
A study of the basic principles of statics, force systems, friction, properties of materials, riveted and welded joints, stress and deformation, and shear and moment diagrams.
A study of the fundamentals of soil mechanics including the identification and description of soils, permeability, effective stresses, soil strengths, drainage and frost action, compaction and stabilization, evaluation of highway subgrades and an introduction to analysis and design of retaining walls and shallow foundations.
A study of survey adjustments, use of software in solving surveying problems, surveying networks and adjustments, use of theodolites and electronic distance measuring devices, analysis and distribution of surveying errors, principles of practical field astronomy, global positioning systems, precise leveling, introduction to rural and urban land surveys, partitioning of land, fundamentals of aerial photogrammetry and map production, fundamentals of map projections, and the West Virginia State Plane Coordinate System.
A study of water resource management, stream sanitation, water transportation and distribution systems, water and wastewater treatment processes, solid waste management, environmental evaluations, and the design of small water and wastewater systems.
A study of hydraulic and hydrologic systems and design applications used in water resources engineering. Topics include hydrologic analysis and storm runoff prediction, erosion sediment control, and design of hydraulic structures including culverts, water distribution systems, sanitary sewer systems, and stormwater retention/detention basins.
A study of the analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate structures. Computer applications will be presented.
Course registration restricted to Allied Health and Applied Science majors.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
This course expands the student's knowledge of microcomputers through the use of various productivity software packages such as word processors, spreadsheets, database management systems, and presentation application software. Projects relating to the individual's major and hands-on use of the microcomputer are emphasized.
Class taught on-line and will meet a few times for discussing and testing.
An introduction to the Visual BASIC-6 event-driven programming language with emphasis on producing working programs. Includes how to design a Windows-interface, how to set the properties of objects on the interface/form, and how to code, debug, execute and document the actions/behaviors of selected objects. Also includes the coding of structured algorithms to do branching and looping along with other problem solving techniques and the development of an acceptable programming style.
This course is an introduction to the concepts of Web Programming using HTML. Students will plan, develop, and implement web pages which incorporate text formatting, graphics, insertion, internal and external hyperlinks, tables, and frames. Coding will be accomplished using standard HTM codes and a text editor coding environment.
A course designed to give the student an introductory understanding of the internal operation and organization of the modern digital computer while providing hands-on assembly language programming experience. Topics include digital logic, digital systems, machine-level representation of data, assembly-level machine organization, memory organization and architecture, interfacing and communication, architectures for networks and distributed systems. Students write programs using one or more assembly languages.
This course covers the basics of Linux/UNIX for desktop platforms. Topics covered include: file systems; GNOME desktop graphical user interface (GUI); X Windows; directory and file management commands; the vi editor and emacs; pipes; filters; permissions; redirection; and shell scripts. Students also get hands-on experience with one or more of the current offerings of Linux/UNIX, such as Red Hat, Solaris, and AIX.
A formal course in diverse areas of Computer Science. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on transcript. PR: Consent of instructor.
A study of the methods used in analyzing business information systems. Students will analyze real-world business systems, describe information flow and data storage, and design related software to improve business operations. Data gathering, analytical tools and techniques, data flow, software specifications, prototyping, teamwork, and presentation skills are required.
A study of basic operating systems concepts; including machine and OS structures, process and device management, memory and file management programming. A case study of an actual operating system (Unix) may be included, if the time and software are available.
A study of the tools and techniques used in the analysis, design, and development of software systems. Requirement analysis w/BPP & SOW, design/review cycle, data flow, data modeling and database design. HW/SW specification determination, coding w/scheduling charts, testing, reliability, and maintenance are included as time permits. Teamwork, report presentations, and CASE tool use are required.
Independent study or internship on a special project or practicum relating to computer science, under the supervision of an instructor or company supervisor, culminating in an oral and/or written report presented to a select faculty committee.
Theory and practice of the criminal justice system from arrest to release. The following areas are covered: rules of evidence, burden of proof, and testimonial privilege.
A study of current theoretical explanations of crime as a social problem, including structural, social, psychological, and critical theories of crime causation and treatment.
A study of police operations with a focus on patrol procedures to include Auto, Air, Bike, and K-9. Students will learn the police hiring process from the Physical Aptitude Test (PAT) through the oral interview. The course will also examine police use of force, both lethal and non-lethal. The police-military interface will also be explored.
A history of the social, moral, cultural and economic problems caused by substance abuse in our society.
A study of the history and philosophy of probation, parole, and community-based corrections. Emphasis will be given to organizational and community structures of federal, state, and local methods of correction in the community, as well as to problems of supervision, case management procedures, legal framework of correctional operations, and use of emerging community-based correctional techniques.
A study of research methodology in criminal justice and social sciences. The course features an in-depth consideration of legal terminology and the mechanics of legal research.
Supervised internship in one of the agencies of the criminal justice system. Requires ten hours of contact per week for sixteen weeks for each three hours of requested credit. Maximum of twelve hours.
An introductory analysis of macroeconomics concepts and issues, emphasizing aggregate demand, supply, and fiscal and monetary policies. Analysis of macroeconomic problems related to the American economy.
An examination of the historical, sociological and philosophical foundations of education. An introduction to the teaching profession. Students must complete 20 hours of in a classroom setting.
This is a class for HS students only.
A comprehensive survey to give a broad view of each stage of child development. Emphasis is placed on cognitive and social factors and disturbances in development. Students must complete a case study on a school-aged child.
Class will meet the first day of class in room P303 (8-9-2022).
This course examines the interrelationships among content standards, instructional objectives, planning and assessment. Students will design instructional units based on standards, and will examine a variety of evaluation techniques, including standardized tests, teacher-made tests and authentic performance assessments.
A study and application of current methods of teaching science and social studies content in the public schools.