This area will be used for training.

  • Scarcity and economizing problems. American capitalism; mechanics of individual prices; nature and method of economics; the price system; economic relationships of government, households and business. National income, employment, and fiscal policy, money, monetary policy, and growth. Grades: Option (A-F), P/NP. Degree Applicable Credit. Major, Area of Emphasis, and Gen Ed Applicable. UC/CSU (CAN ECON 2)

    3.000 Credit hours
    54.000 Lecture hours

  • History and philosophy of administration of justice in America. Description of system and identification with various sub-systems. Role expectations and interrelationships, theories of crime, punishment, and rehabilitation. Ethics, education, and training for professionalism in the system. Grades: Option (A-F), P/NP Degree Applicable Credit. Major, Area of Emphasis, and Gen Ed Applicable. UC/CSU (CAN AJ 2)

  • Prerequisite - MATH 55 with a "C" grade or better. Data collection, graphical displays of data, S-Plus software, Minitab, or Excel; descriptive statistics; correlation and regression; design of experiments, basic concepts of probability and sampling distributions; discrete and continuous distributions including normal and t-distribution. Estimation and hypothesis testing small and large samples. The Chi-square goodness and fit test. Students use S-Plus statistical, Minitab, or Excel software with statistical applications. Grades: Option (A-F), P/NP. Degree Applicable Credit. Area of Emphasis and Gen Ed Applicable. UC/CSU (CAN STAT 2)¬†

  • This course is designed to give all students the technical¬† and general information necessary to succeed in an online course.¬† The students will learn basic computer skills as well as how to operate the Moodle system efficiently.

    Guest access
  • This course is designed to assist a newly hired faculty member with items such as sub slips, who to call if absent, census deadlines, etc

  • Combines the study of methods and materials necessary for tutoring with supervised practice in applying these concepts through the process of conducting individual and small-group tutorial sessions. Emphasis on tutoring students from a wide variety of backgrounds with focus on psychological and social factors fundamental to learning, orientation to materials and resources, and development of effective interpersonal skills. May be repeated (unlimited). Students may enroll in course up to 270 hours. Open Entry/Open Exit. Non-Degree/Non-Credit. Weekly hours by arrangement.

  • This course will familarize instructors with the Moodle system. It will also give instructors the necessary tools to create a pedagogically sound DE course.

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