Requires one-time verification of your identity. An exploration of personalized approaches to content and materials to address complex subject matter and concepts using a variety of drawing mediums, techniques, and methodologies at an advanced intermediate drawing level. Class activities include participation in team-building concepts. This class is designed for preparation and training involved with intercollegiate basketball competition. This course includes such topics as: self-concept and social identity, group behavior and group membership. This course provides advanced techniques and knowledge in computer graphics using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, the industry standard software for computer graphic design. Your enrollment in the Loyalty Program will be processed in 3 days.
The course will cover grammar and simple sentence writing. Crimes against persons, property, government, and organized crime are discussed. The course will cover grammar and simple sentence writing. The laboratory is closely related to lecture topics and includes methods of classical experimentation as well as certain instrumental analysis. Topics include building an interface with objects, modular design, programming structures, working with files, and other related topics. Prepares new and re-entry students to explore, identify, and integrate career and life planning goals. Reading music standard musical notation ; 2.
Lecture and laboratory course designed to introduce the function of the human body from cellular through organ system levels of organization. Hazardous Material training and semi-automatic defibrillation training are included. History of irrigation with emphasis on the Imperial Valley, water law, plant-soil-water measurement, methods of irrigation, structures, crop water needs, problems and practices in soil reclamation, drainage systems, and drainage requirements for irrigated agriculture will be discussed. An introduction to the concepts of Algebra. Collaborative learning and the team approach are used in doing legal research, reading and understanding court opinions and writing briefs of cases.
Clinical experiences and advanced clinical preceptorships provide the student an opportunity to apply theoretical concepts and implement safe care to patients and selected groups in a variety of settings. Topics include basic inspections, documentation, maintenance, and troubleshooting fire apparatus, and techniques on driving and positioning fire apparatus. The focus of the instruction will be on the concepts of democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Study of kinetic molecular theory, the first law of thermodynamics, periodic relationships of the elements, physical states of matter, solution chemistry, and oxidation-reduction. Attention focused upon the relationship between logic and language fallacies, and the use of logic in everyday life. The course provides realistic and meaningful experiences to strengthen student's administrative skills and knowledge of business procedures and technological skills. Further development of reading skills will also be emphasized.
This course is recommended for students who wish to explore a career in retail management. Fieldtrips to other musical events will be included to help performers develop efficient listening and evaluating practices. Department Location Phone Academic Services 40 760-355-6223 Administrative Services Building 10 760-355-6235 Human Resources 2400 760-355-6212 Information Technology 903 760-355-6377 President's Office Building 10 760-355-6547 On Campus Location Contacts A table containing contact information for our employees. Students will learn operation and repairs of sensors and actuators or injection systems. This course will enable the students to become familiar with the contents of the N-400 application because questions for the interview are drawn from the application.
In case any changes are made to your classes after you register, we recommend you review and print your personal schedule just before classes begin. Fundamental principles and theory of atomic and molecular structure as related to bonding and molecular geometry. Crimes against persons, property, government, and organized crime are discussed. This course is designed to give an understanding of the fundamental principles of physics in the area of mechanics. Emphasis will be on integration of body systems and interrelationships for maintaining homeostasis. Students must have sufficient strength and ability to safely participate in an exercise program and must exhibit appropriate social behavior.
Call the Parking Control Office at ext. This is an intense class on med math calculations that is required of all nursing majors. Concepts of client centered care, cultural sensitivity, informatics, safe practice, and professionalism are integrated throughout the course. Appropriate for general education as well as nursing, pre-professional, and higher level biology courses. Study of kinetic molecular theory, the first law of thermodynamics, periodic relationships of the elements, physical states of matter, solution chemistry, and oxidation-reduction. Field trips and activities may be included in this course.
Developing a math curriculum introducing number and math concepts. Previous science background is recommended but not required. . Ethics, education and training for professionalism in the system are discussed. It is designed for Heritage Speakers of Spanish to improve their writing, reading, and grammar skills. Crimes against persons, property, government, and organized crime are discussed. Accurate use of medical vocabulary and descriptive terms is expected.
Course is recommended for new and continuing students. The student will learn to manage complex medication administration through various routes including intravenous routes. Introduction to the study of poetry, fiction and drama, with further practice in writing. The course will cover grammar and simple sentence writing. The course is structured to provide theory and practical application of skills needed to function as a nurse assistant.
This course is designed to facilitate the learning of first semester nursing knowledge, skills and concepts through individualized, computer enhanced and nursing tutor mediated instruction. This course is a study of various reactions and properties aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, aromatic compounds, amines, conjugated dienes, lipids, carbohydrates, and organic polymers. The central theme of the course is a holistic approach to the individuality of students in higher education, which include race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and age. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period. Topics included in the course are atmospheric structure and composition, solar radiation and energy balances, temperature, seasonal changes, moisture in the atmosphere, clouds and fog, precipitation, air pressure, winds, air masses, fronts and cyclonic activity, weather forecasting, climates and climate change. The student will become acquainted with a windows based business database application and its implementation. Collaborative learning and the team approach are used in doing legal research, reading and understanding court opinions and writing briefs of cases.