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                           Location name : Edward Waters College

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National Alcohol Screening Day-April 5, 2018
by Ragan Summers - Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 2:04 PM
 

National Alcohol Screening Day will be held Thursday, April 5, 2018, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the Student Union Building for anyone looking to learn more about personal drinking habits and the effects they may have. 

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Sexual Violence Workshop-April 9, 2018
by Ragan Summers - Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 1:53 PM
 

Sexual Violence Awareness Month


Please join us  to increase your

awareness and knowledge of sexual violence.

 

April  9,  2018   Student Union Building-Lecture Room   1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Veronica Session, Development Coordinator, Women's Center of Jacksonville

Jamara Stephens, LMCH, Happy Hands Inspire Happy Hearts

 





Available courses

This is an introduction to accounting principles, emphasizing on the operation of a business as a sole proprietorship or corporation. The course covers the complete accounting cycle for merchandising and service activities. Students learn the importance of the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), as well as the ability to learn and prepare journal entries, ledger, and trial balance, income statement, balance sheet, statement of retained earnings, and cash flows statement.

The financial statements are further broken down into different categories to cover areas, such as income statement categories; balance sheet categories encompassing, assets, liabilities, owner’s equity, and retained earnings; and cash flows.


 Description- A practical course for teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). This course includes an introduction to general linguistics with stress on the aspects of various linguistic schools applicable to language teaching; a discussion of language theory and teaching of methodology. Emphasis will be placed on morphology, phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, first and second language acquisition.

The preservice teacher will complete an ESOL Notebook based on their sixty (60) hour pre-clinical experience as a part of this course.


2018 Fall Traditional 
STA 3024/Lecture/01 - Intermediate Statistics | Credits 3.00 
THIS COURSE IS CONTINUATIONS OF ELEMENTARY STATISTICS. TOPICS INCLUDE HYPOTHESIS TESTING, REGRESSION, CORRELATION, STATISTICAL DECISION THEORY, ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE AND NONPARAMETRIC METHODS. THIS COURSE FOCUSES ON TWO CORE TOPICS: DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS AND ANALYSIS OF DATA. . EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED ON THE USE OF STATISTICAL SOFTWARE, AND THE INTERPRETATION OF THE RESULTS OF DATA ANALYSIS. 

Welcome to Social Studies in the Elementary School. Please review your syllabus in FORUM.

This course offers an in-depth study of concepts and methods of Psychology as a behavioral science with special attention to personal application. Topics include research methodology, biological bases of behavior, perception, motivation and emotion, learning and memory, personality, child development, psychological influences on health, abnormal behavior, and therapeutic interventions.

The Mission of Edward Waters College is to develop excellence in scholarship, research and service for the betterment of humanity in the students.  Although the focus of this course is on scholarship, as with all courses taught in the department, research and community service are an integral part of the course.

The students will conduct a review of the literature of scholarly research that has been conducted on a particular topic in the area of general psychology. Course discussion will connect theory to similarities and variations related to age, gender, religion, racial, ethnic, socioeconomic and other human groupings and how these concepts and principles relate to their everyday life and the lives of those around them. 

Hello, I'm Mr. C.E. English-El, and I'm looking forward to having and informative and engaging semester with each and every one of you. We're going to delve into the process of addiction, treatment options, and it's social implications. More importantly, we're going to explore viable professional opportunities evolving to control the process.  So come prepared to give, learn, share, take risks, and possibly reap rewards as we explore and gain knowledge and understanding of addiction and potential professional opportunities.

This course is an introduction to American Government, providing knowledge of the ideas and institutions that shape politics in the United States. This course will focus on the procedures and intermingling of the three branches of the U.S. Government: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. There will be a review of the strategies, roles, and limitations of governmental leaders and citizens, with specific focus on communication channels and interaction within constitutional parameters. This course will reinforce opportunities for debates on subject content and general class discussion.  Ultimately, students will be expected to have a more comprehensive understanding of the forces that shape American Government and Politics.

See catalogue and syllabus for course description

Form And Analysis Fall 2018 Syllabus 

2018 Fall Traditional 
MHF 4404/Lecture/ON01 - History of Mathematics | Credits 3.00 
TOPICS WILL BE CHOSEN FROM THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS, WHICH STARTS WHEN NUMBER SYSTEMS WERE INVENTED AND CONTINUES TO THIS DAY. FOR EXAMPLE, NUMBER THEORY AND GEOMETRY HAVE BEEN STUDIED THOUSANDS OF YEARS. THE CONTRIBUTIONS FROM GREAT MATHEMATICIANS SUCH AS ARCHIMEDES, NEWTON, LEIBNITZ, EULER, AND GAUSS WILL BE DISCUSSED. 

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.


Welcome to Introduction to Criminal Justice

This course provides an introduction to the criminal justice system. The primary goal of this course is to develop a general understanding of the criminal justice system’s response to crime in society. It is important to note that the general theme of this course involves the delicate balance between community interests and individual rights that criminal justice decision making requires. We will explore this theme by examining the criminal justice process in some detail, focusing on how the system is structured to respond to crime. This requires an understanding of the core elements of the criminal justice system: police, courts, and corrections.

Welcome to ACG 3103—Intermediate Financial Accounting 1. Please, note that the PowerPoint (ppt) presentations for each chapter of this course are already uploaded for you on the Moodle. It is mandatory that you print and bring each PPT chapter to class. Lectures will follow the PointPoint outlines. Points may be deducted for failure to bring the PowerPoint outlines to class.

Also, your homework assignments and projects are already uploaded in advance to enable an early start. Due-dates for all homework assignments and projects will be strictly observed with no exceptions. There will be no late collection or make-up of assignments after the due dates. All assignments must be completed and uploaded on the provided assignment section of the Moodle. There will be no hardcopy or email submission of assignments.

Most important, students will receive an automatic "F" if you are observed submitting similar work as your co-classmate's work. You may study together, but turned-in homework assignments or projects must strictly not be identical.

Dr. Francis Ikeokwu, Sr., Ph.D., MAC, MBA, CFC.


THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO MAJOR IN FIELDS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE AN IN-DEPTH STUDY OF MATHEMATICS. THE MAJOR TOPICS INTRODUCED IN THIS COURSE ARE SET THEORY, SYMBOLIC LOGIC, COMBINATORY, PROBABILITY, GEOMETRY AND FINANCE. THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO GIVE STUDENTS AN INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENT TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS BY UNDERSTANDING AND SYMBOLIZING PATTERNS. 

The course introduces the students to the study of victimization includes an analysis of contemporary victim assistance and compensation programs and related research.

*Theories of victimization

*Consequences of victimization

*Types of victims and methods to address their individual needs

*Rights of victims

*Victim assistance and compensation programs

The focus of this course is to provide students with practice in understanding the writing process and in meeting the standards of academic writing. Students will be given the skills and concepts needed to write effective compositions through their ability to draft, revise, and produce effective written compositions. The course will aid students in understanding and applying knowledge of conventions, genre, rhetoric, critical thinking, reading, and composing in electronic environments. This course will aid students to read for understanding and tie in writing competencies through reading response and close reading exercises that support the composition process and the development of the paper. This course is reading and writing intensive and designed to prepare students for advanced reading and writing across the curriculum.

This course offers an in-depth study of concepts and methods of Psychology as a behavioral science with special attention to personal application. Topics include research methodology, biological bases of behavior, perception, motivation and emotion, learning and memory, personality, child development, psychological influences on health, abnormal behavior, and therapeutic interventions.

The Mission of Edward Waters College is to develop excellence in scholarship, research and service for the betterment of humanity in the students.  Although the focus of this course is on scholarship, as with all courses taught in the department, research and community service are an integral part of the course.

The students will conduct a review of the literature of scholarly research that has been conducted on a particular topic in the area of general psychology. Course discussion will connect theory to similarities and variations related to age, gender, religion, racial, ethnic, socioeconomic and other human groupings and how these concepts and principles relate to their everyday life and the lives of those around them.