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It's FAFSA TIME!
by David Simfukwe - Monday, March 11, 2019, 1:53 PM
 

Complete your 2019-2020 FAFSA for priority award consideration!

 
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Spring 2019 Mid-term Exams
by Stephanie Campbell - Thursday, February 28, 2019, 10:27 AM
 

Students we want you to study hard and be successful next week on your exams. All study halls are open for your convenience as follows:

Monday -Friday 8am - 5pm- Polly Brooks

Monday -Thursday 8am -9pm - Centennial Library

Monday -Friday- 8am-5pm - Hatcher Stewart, Room 105

Monday - Friday - 8am- 5pm-Writing Center (Writing Assistance Only)

Monday-Friday-8am-5pm-James Weldon Johnson

We hope to see you there. Tutors are on hand to assist you. Please see the exam schedule attached.

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LGBTQ Focus Group
by Ragan Summers - Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 2:01 PM
 

Social and Behavioral Sciences Department and Counseling and Disability Services are seeking participants for an LGBTQ focus group.  If you would like to be a part of the focus group, please email Dr. Jacqueline Conley, Chair of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department, at j.conley@ewc.edu or Mrs. Ragan Summers, Director of Counseling and Disability Services at ragan.summers@ewc.edu.   



 



Available courses

Students will be able to acquire, retain and apply specialized language and knowledge relevant to zoology as a science, process of animal classification and phylogenetic relationship, diversity of animal life, reproduction and development of animals, and animal behavior.


A comparative study of morphology, life processes, and ecology of the major animal phyla and classes.

Welcome to Media Construction! I'm Rahman Johnson and I will be your Learning Team (LT) Coach. More than teacher and student, we are a thriving learning community working to learn from and work with each other. 

This course introduces the core components of media—idea, image, sound and sequence—with the technical fundamentals involved in shooting and editing video.  

Projects will include audio and video exercises where students work with digital video cameras, Photoshop,  and editing software.

 You will also have a hand in producing content for WEWC Radio and TV (Web) Channels.

 


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.

MGF 2106/Lecture/01 - Finite Mathematics | Credits 3.00
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.

This course will examine the health problems and health care issues specific to African Americans. Diseases, such as sickle cell, diabetes, obesity, hypertension and HIV/AIDS, will be examined as they relate to the African American population. Additionally, this course will examine the delivery of health care to the African American community as impacted by health related historical events and the current economic influences.

CCJ 4663 Women & the Criminal Justice System
THIS COURSE PRESENTS AN ANALYSIS OF WOMEN AS VICTIMS OF CRIME, AS OFFENDERS, AND AS PROFESSIONALS IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM. THE COURSE FEATURES AN EMPOWERMENT APPROACH UNIFIED BY UNDERLYING THEMES OF THE INTERSECTION OF GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS; AND EVIDENCE-BASED RESEARCH. PERSONAL NARRATIVES HIGHLIGHT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED TO HELP STUDENTS CONNECT THE TEXT MATERIAL WITH REAL-LIFE SITUATIONS. AN EMPHASIS ON CRITICAL THINKING TEACHES STUDENTS TO LOOK BEYOND MEDIA HYPE CONCERNING FEMALE OFFENDERS TO STUDY THE REAL STORIES BEHIND WOMEN AFFECTED BY AND WORKING IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM.

CJU3666 Victimology
THIS COURSE PROVIDES AN OVERVIEW OF THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF VICTIMOLOGY IN WHICH PATTERNS OF VICTIMIZATION ARE ANALYZED WITH EMPHASIS ON TYPES OF VICTIMS. THE COURSE DISCUSSES THE INTERACTION BETWEEN VICTIMS OF CRIMES AND THE SYSTEM OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE. IT ALSO PROVIDES AND UNDERSTANDING OF VICTIMOLOGY FROM A LEGAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, AND SOCIAL PROSPECTIVE.

A study of the following human biological systems, tissues: Histology, Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Circulatory, Respiratory and Digestive systems. This course is intended to provide biology students with an understanding regarding 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.

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, 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.


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 specific course content and general class discussion.