Orientation Workshop for New CCV Students 05/16/2019-05/16/2019 Workshop Thursday 05:30PM - 06:45PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA
This course is designed to introduce the student to the world of microcomputers. The course focuses on software. In particular, the student will learn to use Windows, and Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, Power Point and Access), the Internet (e-mail and World Wide Web software) and elementary web page design. By the end of the course, the student will be able to write documents, create and use spread sheets, develop graphic presentations, have a basic understanding of relational data bases, access the Internet, send e-mail, and create their own web page. 05/21/2019-08/06/2019 Lecture Tuesday 09:00AM - 12:30PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA
This course develops students' ability to think quantitatively and use mathematics as a problem-solving tool in their professional and personal lives. Mathematical applications are selected from a range of business, human services, health and political topics. Concepts include: set theory, visual representation of data, operations in the real number system, geometry, linear and nonlinear equations, linear systems, personal finance, probability and statistics. Students must take a math assessment for placement purposes prior to registration. Prerequisite: Basic Algebra or equivalent. 05/21/2019-08/06/2019 Lecture Tuesday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA
In this course, students will explore child development from conception through preadolescence. The course emphasizes physical, emotional, social, cognitive, behavioral, and communication development of the child. Topics include developmental theories, research, applications, and assessment tools. 05/21/2019-08/06/2019 Hybrid Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedCCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA (more)...
This course offers an overview of the human developmental process throughout the life cycle, which includes the social, moral, emotional, cultural, physical, and cognitive aspects of growth. Students are encouraged to explore their own development. The theories of Erikson, Freud, Kohlberg, Piaget, and others are integrated into the life-span overview. 05/22/2019-08/07/2019 Lecture Wednesday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA
This course examines contemporary problems in a global context such as poverty, social inequality, crime, religious and ethnic conflict, resource availability, population pressure and the spread of infectious diseases. Attention will be given to the current state of social institutions and the nature of social change while exploring how social problems are defined and perceived by various groups as matters of public and global concern. This course will integrate many social themes and will critically analyze attempts to resolve problems using the methodologies of social science and a range of theoretical perspectives. Prerequisite: None. 05/22/2019-08/07/2019 Lecture Wednesday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA
The development and use of medical vocabulary, definitions, and medical abbreviations. Students will learn the use of prefixes, roots, and suffixes of words for easier understanding and spelling. 05/23/2019-08/08/2019 Video Interactive TV Thursday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room MATR
This course introduces students to the physiological basis of nutrition and evaluates dietary requirements. Emphasis is placed on metabolism, digestion, and nutrients used in the human body and the nutrition involved in health, disease, and aging. 05/23/2019-08/08/2019 Lecture Thursday 01:00PM - 04:30PM, CCV St Johnsbury Site, Room TBA