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  • Foundations of Mathematics

    $500.00

    Foundations of Mathematics: Topics include real numbers,
    basic geometry, polynomials, factoring, linear equations,
    linear inequalities, set operations, & rational expressions.

     

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  • Anatomy and Physiology 1

    $500.00

    Anatomy and Physiology is the study of the structure and function of the human body including: cells, tissues, and organs of the following systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and special senses. Emphasis is on interrelationships among systems &
    regulations of physiological functions involved in maintaining
    homeostasis. This course is intended to familiarize health
    science majors with Anatomy, Morphology, and Physiology.

     

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  • Anatomy and Physiology II

    $500.00

    This course will focus on the study of the human systems
    including: endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory,
    urinary, gastrointestinal, and reproductive. Students will also study the effect of disease and infections on the
    human body’s metabolism.

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  • General Biology

    $500.00

    This course will cover the Biological systems and
    evolutionary processes spanning all ranges of Biological
    complexity, including atoms, molecules, genes, cells, and
    organisms.

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  • Pre-Algebra

    $500.00

    Topics include real numbers, proportions, descriptive statistics, basic geometry, polynomials, factoring, linear equations, inequalities, linear models, percentage models, order of operations, set operations, and an introduction to other models which may include exponential, quadratic, and/or rational models, quadratic equations, and rational expressions.

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  • Student Success Course

    $500.00

    To write and identify short and long term goals
    Discussion on collaborative learning
    To identify your learning styles
    Improve on reading materials and memory
    To improve time management skills
    To improve on studying and test taking skills
    To improve critical thinking and problem solving abilities
    To identify skills needed for a career in an area of expertise
    To explore and research career options

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  • English Language Skills for Professional Speaking and Writing

    $500.00

    The student will be able to increase student knowledge for the everyday environment. Grammar, Oral and Listening skills ,and Conversational Fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, listening, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for additional practice. The course is for the adult learner who must have intermediate level knowledge of the English language.

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  • Computer Skills for a Digital Society

    $500.00

    This course is an introduction to Computers, Windows 10, Microsoft Office 2016, and Webpage Design.
    Its purpose is to provide the fundamental skills an individual will need
    personally, academically, and professionally. Society is vastly
    changing and moving at breakneck speed, thus the goal is to inspire
    students to be lifelong learners of technology, enhance their skills, and learn to work faster and more efficiently.

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  • Chemistry II

    $500.00

    This course is s continuation of Chemistry I. Topics include solutions, chemical kinetics, equilibrium and equilibrium phenomena in aqueous solution, acids and bases, pH, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.

     

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  • Pastoral Leadership

    $500.00

    The Pastoral Leadership tutoring course will help students grasp information that focuses on the theology of Pastoral Leadership

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  • Chemistry I

    $500.00

    This course typically introduces concepts such as stoichiometry, prediction of reaction products, atomic structure, electronic configuration, chemical bonding, molecular structure, gases, states of matter, and properties of solutions, thermodynamics. This course is essentially required for science and engineering majors.

     

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  • Pastoral Counseling

    $500.00

    The Pastoral Counseling tutoring course will help students grasp information that focuses on the theology of Pastoral Counseling

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  • Beginning ESL

    $500.00

    This class will give the beginning ESL student a foundation of English vocabulary and grammar while practicing English speaking, listening, reading and writing.

     

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  • Telecommunications (Radio, Television & Film)

    $500.00

    The Radio, Television and Film tutoring course will help students grasp information that focuses on the theology of radio, television, film and new media

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  • Introductory Chemistry

    $500.00

    General introduction to fundamental principles of chemistry
    includes atomic structure, chemical formulas, molecules,
    reactions, and elementary thermodynamics. This course is
    intended to be a preparatory class for science majors who
    have no prior knowledge of chemistry.

     

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  • Business Management

    $500.00

    The primary objective of this course is to give the student an understanding of the manager’s job. This will entail learning the skills of planning, controlling, organizing, staffing, employee development, motivating employees, and improving effective leadership within a dynamic workplace.

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