This course introduces students to the accounting cycle and the major financial statements, as well as the International Financial Reporting Standards that dictate the recording of financial information in accounting records.
This course provides students with foundational skills to succeed both as a student in the Community Education and Employment Support (CEES) program and as a professional in the field.
This comprehensive course introduces the structure of the human body and its relationship to the function and integration of the twelve body systems as well as how they work to maintain homeostasis.
This course introduces students to the four central sub-disciplines of anthropology: physical anthropology, linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, and archaeology. Central themes are human evolution, the appearance of culture, social organization, culture change, and domestication.