Prior Learning Assessment Course Subjects
- Dance Methodology (DAN-431) 3.00 s.h.
- Theories and methods of teaching dance in order to prepare for teaching in studios, recreation departments, companies, institutions, public schools, colleges, universities, etc.
- Flight Instructor Air Flight (AVF-332) 2.00 s.h.
- Practice in the exploration and demonstration of all prescribed flight maneuvers and the practical in-flight application of teaching techniques and methods.
- Flight Instructor Roto Flight (AVF-333) 2.00 s.h.
- Practice in the exploration and demonstration of all prescribed helicopter flight maneuvers and practical in-flight application of teaching techniques.
- Social Studies for Preschool (CDS-316) 3.00 s.h.
- Focuses on the knowledge base of social studies, teaching strategies, materials, learning environments, evaluation and contemporary issues in a diverse society.
- Adult Literacy: Basic Reading (EDU-280) 3.00 s.h.
- An examination of the causal factors contributing to adult illiteracy and of those methods and materials appropriate for teaching adults to read.
- Confucianism (PHI-369) 3.00 s.h.
- Study of the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius.
- Introduction to Educational Psychology (PSY-230) 3.00 s.h.
- Includes topics such as principles of learning, teaching methods and classroom management, child growth and development, and evaluation and assessment of learning.
- Biblical Psychology (PSY-315) 3.00 s.h.
- A survey of Biblical teaching on the nature of man and his relationship to emotional problems and solutions to emotional problems.
- Book of Mormon I Introduction to the Book of Morman I (REL-453) 3.00 s.h.
- Origin and teachings of the Book of Mormon. Covers 1 Nephi through Alma 29.
- Accounting for Non-Acctg Majors (ACC-110) 3.00 s.h.
- This course is intended to provide managers and potential managers an overview of the subject of accounting, teaching both financial and managerial concepts. The course concentrates on management accounting, opening with cost terms, cost behavior, relevant information, and cost systems. It then teaches the basics of the financial accounting cycle and the nature and purpose of financial statements and finanacial statement analysis techniques. The course concludes with coverage of budgets, capital budgeting, and responsibility accounting.
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