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Judge Angela M. Cox -Family Tragedy to legal System
by Javan Reed - Thursday, April 7, 2016, 3:16 PM
 

A Motivational and Empowering Experience

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Lee Cousins Building -Milne Auditorium 7pm

 

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Weekly Chapel Service
by Javan Reed - Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 5:55 PM
 

Weekly Chapel Service

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2ND

Ron Davis, father of slain Jacksonville teen Jordan Davis,

will be the guest speaker for this week’s chapel service.

On November 23, 2012, 17-year-old Jordan Davis was shot and killed at gas station after an altercation with

47-year-old Michael Dunn over loud music.

Dunn was charged with first degree murder

and sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Mr. Davis will be speaking about the impact

of his son’s murder and the will to move on

regardless of the adversities life throws your way.



 
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EWC Wi-Fi Helpdesk 24/7/365
by Merlyn Vasquez - Monday, November 2, 2015, 5:59 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)


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                           Location name : Edward Waters College

 

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This course covers the various aspects of law that regulate formation of a business and how business ownership is affected by such laws. The following items will be discussed: understanding the basic legal concepts, formation of business entities, elements of business contracts, contract drafting, rules governing management relations, employment discrimination, and ethics as well as cyber law, white collar crimes, and property issues within the business community.

Business Law

In today’s high tech global business environment, it is increasingly important for managers to know how to use accounting information effectively in business decisions. Managerial accounting is used to provide timely information regarding business operations, to facilitate planning and control, to solve specific business challenges, and to analyze business opportunities.

 

Managerial accounting provides a number of tools and reports that aid in the planning and control cycle. Cost allocation methods make it possible to provide information regarding business operations. Break-even analysis is a tool that helps managers understand how profits are affected by selling prices, volume, unit variable costs, fixed costs, and mixed costs. Budgeting provides the framework for organization planning. The analysis of variance from the planned budget gives insight into the operations of the organization and provides a mechanism for controlling operations.


Advanced concepts and practices in producing and directing a variety of television program formats for multi-camera studio and news field production. 

This Fraud Examination, also called “forensic accounting” course deals with the basic understanding of methodologies used to resolve fraud allegations from inception to deposition, which include—nature of fraud, fraud prevention, fraud detection, fraud investigation, fraud management, resolution of fraud. Understanding the Basics of Fraud Examination provides a step-by-step overview of the fraud examination process, as it helps to explain the core concepts of fraud  examination, and as a perfect introduction for someone new to or unfamiliar with the anti-fraud profession or a comprehensive review for experts in the field.

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 provides an understanding of the environment and theoretical structure of financial accounting, review of the types of asset cost to be capitalized, measurement of cost allocation, trading securities, characteristics of liabilities, the nature of long term debt, the advantages of leasing, tax rate considerations, benefit obligations, the nature of shareholder’ equity, and share based compensation plans.

This course is designed to familiarize students with discourses in their future fields by teaching the skills of critical reading and thinking, analysis of the structure of a text, and the logical development of its standpoint. The ultimate goal is to advance students' capacity and understanding of critical reading, thinking, and writing about sources and/or texts that will be covered in upper-division courses.

This course will examine the Judeo-Christian traditions, cultures and history.  It is designed to offer introductory knowledge and understanding of Old and New Testament writings of the aforementioned religious heritage.  It is also intended to enable students to relate the content to everyday life, relationships, and contemporary society through selected readings from Biblical and supplementary Judeo-Christian literature.  

This course will examine the Judeo-Christian traditions, cultures and history.  It is designed to offer introductory knowledge and understanding of Old and New Testament writings of the aforementioned religious heritage.  It is also intended to enable students to relate the content to everyday life, relationships, and contemporary society through selected readings from Biblical and supplementary Judeo-Christian literature.  

This course is designed to empower students to reach their educational and career goals: introduce students to strategies, techniques and self-management tools commonly recognized to lead to success. Topics include educational/career goal-setting and success stratigies.

This course is designed to empower students to reach their educational and career goals: introduce students to strategies, techniques and self-management tools commonly recognized to lead to success. Topics include educational/career goal-setting and success stratigies.

Course Description and Goals

In this course you will read and write about a variety of texts concerning a range of fascinating, relevant, contemporary issues. This course will instruct you to read deeply, think critically, and write interpretively and effectively, creating your own independent argument that synthesizes multiple sources.

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Communicate complex ideas effectively, in standard written English, to a general audience.

2. Evaluate and critically assess sources and use the conventions of attribution and citation correctly.

3. Analyze and synthesize information and ideas from multiple sources to generate new insights.

4. Demonstrate competence in the development of an argument, in the organization of that argument, in the ability to work with critical texts, in the conventions of citation, and in the composition of understandable writing.


An overview of personal and family financial planning with an emphasis on financial recordkeeping, planning your spending, tax planning, consumer credit, making buying decisions, purchasing insurance, selecting investments, and retirement and estate planning.

 


This course is a general education course designed for all majors. It is a survey of the physical environment as applied to mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, and modern physics with the laboratory an integral part of the learning process. This course deals with fundamental principles underlying our understanding of the physical world around us. It is a purely conceptual approach rather than using mathematics. However, basic mathematics will be used as tools to understand the concepts and to solve problems. Four contact hours: three lecture hours and one laboratory hours total four credit hours.

This course is a comprehensive survey of the historical philosophical and sociological foundations of American Education. It explores principles, practices, issues and contemporary development in educational programs and practices. This course introduces the Florida Educators Accomplished Practices, and prepares your first personal educational philosophy.

The organization, fundamental skills, techniques, and strategy of coaching basketball theory and practice

Catalog Course Description

Focus on the structure and function of the skeletal and muscular systems as well as the mechanical principles related to motor performance.  Provides a straight forward look at human anatomy as it relates to movement.  Describes and identify exercise for strengthening and developing specific muscles and muscle groups.


This course is designed to empower students to reach their educational and career goals: introduce students to strategies, techniques and self-management tools commonly recognized to lead to success. Topics include educational/career goal-setting and success stratigies.

Course Objectives

Research: Students will spend the term learning the strategies needed to collect, verify, document, and manage information from a variety of sources.  They will learn to incorporate their own ideas as well as research materials into effective and powerful academic writing.  Students will apply basic research methods and materials obtained from reading and research into their own writing in an effective, useful manner.  Material obtained through research will be cited correctly within written assignments, using standard American Psychological Association (APA) format documentation.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

When you finish this course you will have met these learning outcomes:

 

o   Design and implement a series of research projects related to the chosen topic to include:   1) the research proposal, 2) data collection and analysis, 3) the reporting of data and findings in the empirical research project.

o   Identify substantial social and political issues in order to construct appropriate factual and policy claims associated with those issues. 

o   Research and evaluate evidence from a variety of sources bearing on relevant claims. Discriminate between valid and fallacious argument types, build sound and effective arguments.

o   Discover and research a topic for argumentation including a claim, counterclaim, and develop a thesis   and write a process analysis paper.

 


This course is designed to help prospective teachers strengthen basic skills and methods for producing materials for effective presentation and instruction in the elementary school (k-6); structured to investigate current trends, methods of instruction, and curriculum designs in teaching health education at the elementary level. This course offers instructional activities, methods, and materials designed to develop basic locomotors, and manipulative skill patterns in young children, including rhythms, games of low organization, and self-testing methods.


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This course teaches the major social science research (techniques, concepts, themes, theories) methodologies and examines how we can apply them in the real world. One of the major goals is to enable one to develop a question from the perspectives of social sciences that could be applied in the real world to test its validity.

The above means the course will provide students with a framework that will help one to investigate social events, and understand their causes and even make conscious choices of actions in the development of the society. Also, through participation, readings; along with class lectures and class discussion one will be able to assess one's own life experiences and get acquainted with the challenges of Scientific Social Research Methods.

The objectives of this course is as follows:

1)You will understand the relationships between theories and research.

2)You will get acquainted with the research tools (e.g. statistics or computer program) used by the social scientists.

3)You will become a critical consumer of theory and theory-driven research.

Our pedagogical objectives include: Enhancing our ability to think critically, formulate arguments from the perspectives of social sciences, and develop a test to view the social issues from those perspectives. In the process we will learn: What are the reasons for doing social science research? What types of subjects social researchers usually address? What problems and issues motivate individuals to carry out the social research?

The above goals will prepare us to be a productive citizen who can be fit in the globalizing world and make prudent judgments of action.


This course is intended to study the challenges and problems of modern human society and USA in particular. Recall St. Augustine said "I have become a problem to myself.” St. Augustine's concern marks the starting point this course, we have become a problem to ourselves, and therefore the course is organized such that one will be encouraged to understand the problem and seek some solution.

The subject matter of sociology (including this course: Social Problem) is very familiar (social phenomena), but this course seeks to look at it with an unfamiliar light, that includes varieties of theories and perceptual frameworks. In the process it will look at major social issues (problems) and their complex, confusing, and dynamic relationships. The course introduces several viewpoints for each issues particularly those of conservatives, liberal, and libertarian. In reality such multi-perspective approach often lead to more friction than all accepted one agreement, particularly when each side says, "I am right and you are wrong,” rather than, "My view adds considerably to what your view has shown.” (Finsterbusch, Kurt; in Taking side).

Finally, the course is designed under the framework of uttered EWC mission, that includes higher human values, brotherhood, leadership to help the community, needy groups, and adapt to an increasingly diversified ethnic multicultural globalized world. 

This course introduces the scientific study of human society, culture and social interactions.  Topics include basic theories of sociology, process of socialization, research methods, diversityand inequality, cooperation and conflict, social change, major social institutions, and organizations.  Upon completion, student should be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological concepts as they apply to the interplay among individuals, groups and societies.

 

Furthermore, in this course, student will learn a new way to analyze society, using sociological perspectives.  I hope that the sociological perspectives will provide the student with a framework that will help them assess their life experiences and make choices in the future. Readings, class lectures, discussions, and participation are some of the ways they will be able to assess their life experiences and understand their place in society


This course introduces the scientific study of human society, culture and social interactions.  Topics include basic theories of sociology, process of socialization, research methods, diversityand inequality, cooperation and conflict, social change, major social institutions, and organizations.  Upon completion, student should be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological concepts as they apply to the interplay among individuals, groups and societies.

 

Furthermore, in this course, student will learn a new way to analyze society, using sociological perspectives.  I hope that the sociological perspectives will provide the student with a framework that will help them assess their life experiences and make choices in the future. Readings, class lectures, discussions, and participation are some of the ways they will be able to assess their life experiences and understand their place in society

- This course is designed to define curriculum, instruction, achievement, and ability in the K – 6 setting. Emphasis on the following concepts: (1) basic steps included in the instructional process; (2) main considerations in planning instructions; (3) understanding the three levels of teaching objectives; (4) describing instruction in terms of the cognitive, affective and psycho-motor domains; (5) constructing learning outcomes; and (6) outlining instructional planning for accommodating students with exceptionalities.

This is a first course in concepts of systems analysis and design.  It defines and describes the five traditional phases of the systems development life cycle and uses a case study approach to illustrate concepts.  Recent technological impacts of the Internet and World Wide Web are integrated into subject matter to help students understand what computers can do in the modern world and the many considerations involved in exploiting their potential successfully.

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 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 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.

ESL 122 Course Description

This course focuses on the application of the theories, principles and current research related to second language acquisition as well as instructional techniques, methods, and assessment practices relevant to the development of the ESOL K-6 curriculum.  In addition, students will learn to select and use effective instructional materials along with technology that will benefit the instructional process.  A 100 hour observational field experience is required.

 


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 introduces future and practicing teachers to the characteristics of exceptional learners and how these characteristics impact their education. The course emphasizes the classroom practices as well as the psychological, sociological and medical aspects of exceptionalities.