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Rosenwald Documentary- Chapel Service
by Stephanie Campbell - Monday, January 23, 2017, 4:01 PM
 

This weeks Chapel, Wednesday, January 25th, will cover the Rosenwald Documentary Film showing on campus as part of the Lyceum Series and Black History at 10am in the Milne Auditorium. All students with 10am classes are to report to the Milne Auditorium to sign in for attendance with your ...

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AAUP Meeting Announcement
by Stephanie Campbell - Monday, January 23, 2017, 3:53 PM
 

The first AAUP  meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 30, at 11:15 a.m., in Hatcher-Stewart, room 206.


 

Veralee Deloris Milton, M. Ed., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, 

Teacher Education & Urban Studies

Edward Waters College

1658 Kings Road

Jacksonville, FL 32209

904- 470-8236 (o)

904-742-6612 (c)

v.milton@ewc.edu

 

Preserving History, Promising Futures


 
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EWC Wi-Fi Helpdesk 24/7/365
by Merlyn Vasquez - Thursday, January 19, 2017, 12:12 PM
 


EWC Wi-Fi Helpdesk 24/7/365


We are in the final stages of full implementation of the new EWC Wi-Fi system.  Should you have any trouble connecting to EWC Wi-Fi, please call the helpdesk at:


1-844-ASK-WIFI

(1-844-275-9434)


Access code69855

                           Location name : Edward Waters College

(Edited by David Simfukwe - original submission Monday, November 2, 2015, 5:59 PM)

 

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This course is offered to provided students in CLIMB to earn the additional 0 -15 credits to meet the 60 credit hour requirement for admission.  Students must complete a portfolio that demonstrates professional experience and training that is equivalent to standard coursework and contact hours.  This course offers a step-by-step guide to completion to promote the success of the students.

This course provides students with both field experience and practical classroom lectures. Students enrolled in this course will be required to complete a minimum of 240 contact hours working in an industry setting.  The outside contact hours will be supplemented with classroom discussions in the following areas--Business Writing, Oratorical Effectiveness, Interviewing, Business Ethics, Research Skills, Time Management, and Business Etiquette.

 

The student must be sophomore, junior, or senior before registering for the ADM 460 Business Practicum course. Upon registering for the Internship program, the first week of class (two class days) at the beginning of the semester will be used for in-house student preparation. I am looking forward for an exciting semester.

                                                                                                 

 Dr. Francis Ikeokwu, Sr


This course is intended to provide biology student with an understanding regarding the biological functions emerges primarily from protein molecules. This course will give an idea about all living forms are descended from a common ancestor and therefore closely related at the molecular level and how organisms pass biological information onto their progeny. 

Students will be able to acquire, retain and apply specialized language and knowledge relevant to genetics.

Students will acquire and demonstrate competency in laboratory safety and in routine and specialized genetics laboratory skills applicable to genetics research, including accurately reporting observations and analysis.

Students will communicate scientific concepts, experimental results and analytical arguments clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.


This course is intended to provide biology students with an understanding regarding the gross morphology of human body and physiology of different organ systems which makes the body functional. This course will give more idea about practical aspects of human body which will be very useful to apply in the area of studying medicine, nursing and all other allied health profession.

 

Students will be able to acquire, retain and apply specialized language and knowledge relevant to Human Anatomy & Physiology.

Students will acquire and demonstrate competency in laboratory safety and in routine and specialized anatomical and physiological laboratory skills applicable to anatomy and physiology research, including accurately reporting observations and analysis.

Students will communicate scientific concepts, experimental results and analytical arguments clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.


This course is intended to provide students with an introduction to the fundamental aspects of microbiology, including taxonomy, structure, physiology, reproduction, genetics, control, and host-parasite relations. Basic techniques for culturing, staining, counting and identifying microorganisms are emphasized in the laboratory. The course prepares students to better understand the importance of microbes to society.

Students will be able to acquire, retain and apply specialized language and knowledge relevant to microbiology.

Students will acquire and demonstrate competency in laboratory safety and in routine and specialized microbiological laboratory skills applicable to microbiological research, including accurately reporting observations and analysis.

Students will communicate scientific concepts, experimental results and analytical arguments clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.


Welcome to the Chemistry Sequence.

Syllabus is enclosed and so is the schedule of labs.  You will notice that we have to meet the first day in the lab so please be there at 8 am on Monday Jan 9th.

Labs are a quarter of the course so you must come prepared and complete all you assignments on time or you will loose points.

Welcome back!

We have an exciting term ahead of us. Please review logs, and algebra for this course.  there is much more mathematics involved in this course than the previous one.

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of personal computing as well as the social, ethical, philosophical and economic implications of computer technology. Topics include the Windows operating system, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation aids, Internet, e-mail and related areas.

This course is an introduction to information systems from a management perspective. Foundation concepts of information systems in business will be covered along with the newest information technologies, business applications, development processes, and management challenges.

This course is an introduction to computer programming using Visual Basic 2012 as the vehicle language.  Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 has emerged as the most popular environment for building full-featured Windows applications quickly and easily.  The Visual Basic 2012 environment empowers novices to create applications that provide fast and effective solutions to business needs.  This course assumes no prior knowledge of computer programming.


This course gives hands-on experience on analyzing, designing and implementing an information system for a practical problem.

This course is a study of the dynamics of human development and socialization in a culturally pluralistic society.  Emphasis is placed on the influences of contemporary family living and cultural patterns on the child, school, family relationships, and community resources and services that support and strengthen families.

 

Prerequisites- None

 

Mandatory Requirement for passing course-Textbook/ebook Materials - Child, Family, and Community: Family-Centered Early Care and Education, 6/E

Janet Gonzalez-Mena, ISBN-10: 0132657147 • ISBN-13: 9780132657143 ©2013 • Pearson


An overview of basic economic concepts and institutions. An introduction to macroeconomics which deals with the theories of employment, inflation, money, banking, economic growth and development, the public sector, and how these are influenced by government fiscal and monetary policies.

A study of Microeconomics which builds upon the basic concepts and theories attained in Economics I to develop a real-world understanding of economic factors such as monetary policy, production, distribution, and resource allocation, price and output decisions of the individual firm in the purely competitive environment, monopolistic competition, monopolistic versus and oligopolistic industries, the economic influences of agriculture, labor, rent, interest and profit theory, income accumulation and distribution and the economics of exchange.

A study highlighting the concepts and principles for teaching sciences in the elementary school, focusing on a variety of ways of helping children to make the greatest use of their environment.


This course is designed to introduce students to the skills and concepts needed to write effective compositions through their ability to understand and apply knowledge of the research process, critical analysis, and argumentation. This course aids students in their application of research and continued development within the standards of academic writing. Students learn and demonstrate writing skills essential for collegiate studies and for upper-level division research papers. 


This course will study the roles and functions of the financial manager within the corporate form of business organization, providing an introduction to the critical financial management functions of the business firm including basic financial frameworks, concepts, principles, tools, and techniques. The major topics to be covered include the objectives and functions of financial management, the financial environment affecting the firm, time value of money, capital budgeting, an introduction to domestic and international financial markets, financial analysis and planning, cash flow, and traditional sources of debt and equity financing. Uses spreadsheets and financial calculators.

This course is designed to acquaint the student with the principles associated with Health and Wellness. These principles and theories will provide the student with an overview of physical health, emotional health, intellectual, social, spiritual, and environment dimensions of health and wellness. Students will also acquire the realization that their present and future health and wellness depends to a large extent on how they live and the choices they make throughout life. Topics such as: diet, fitness, weight management, sexuality, parenting, stress management, common diseases, prevention of disease and injury, aging, and self-care will be addressed.


This course prepares students for the utilization of activities for rehabilitative and facilitative purposes.  The therapeutic recreation (TR) specialist’s role and activity; skills utilized in clinical and non-clinical settings are taught.  The therapeutic recreation process, theories, scope of practice and components of professionalism are initially applied to the practice setting. 


This course focus on the structure and function of the skeletal and muscular systems as well as the mechanical principles related to motor performance, which provides a straightforward look at human anatomy as it relates to movement.  Describes and identify exercise for strengthening and developing specific muscles and muscle group.


Focuses on international trade in goods, services, and capital. The issues discussed include gains from trade and their distribution; analysis of protectionism; strategic trade barriers; the trade deficit; exchange rate determination; and government intervention in foreign exchange markets.

This course examines the use of information in organizational decision-making. Topics covered include system theory and system type, for example, strategic, tactical and operational.  It also includes topics such as user considerations and roles as well as system user-interface along with ethical and societal issues and system evolution.