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  • Community College of Beaver County - Academic Calendar
    Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Academic Calendar CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Academic Calendar August 2015 September 2015 July 2015 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 26 Registration f Registration f 27 28 29 30 31 Last day for payment of tuition Fall 2015 semester 1 Deadline for new students to apply for PHEAA state grant 2 3 Last day of classes summer 10 wk subterm Last day to apply for August graduation Last day of classes 2nd 6 wk summer subterm 4 5 6 Final grades due by 9 a m summer 10 wk subterm Final grades due by 9 a m 2nd 6 wk summer subterm 7 8 9 10 Last day of classes summer 13 wk 11 12 13 Final grades due by 9 a m summer 13 wk 14 15 16 17 18 19

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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    economic reasoning from the viewpoint of the individual Microeconomics focuses on the pricing policies of firms households decisions on what to buy and how markets allocate resources among alternative ends Topics include supply and demand elasticities individual choice and the foundation of supply and demand production and cost analysis perfect competition monopoly monopolistic competition and oligopoly strategic pricing competition in the real world politics and economics and the case of agricultural markets microeconomics policy and economic reasoning government s role in the economy economic impact on the environment antitrust and industrial policy the distribution of income the labor market nonwage and asset income international trade restrictions growth and the microeconomics of developing countries and socialist economies in transition Prerequisite BUSM255 or ECON255 3 0 3 CIST 106 Software Productivity Tools 3 00 This course provides students with advanced topics in software productivity tools using the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of products Through a series of projects students will learn how to develop business oriented integrated applications by applying techniques learned using advance features of Word PowerPoint Excel and Access Pre Requisite CIST100 3 0 3 COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 OR WRIT 103 Writing For Business Tech 3 00 Designed to train the student in effective writing this course aims to increase the student s ability to write with unity coherence and logic It provides additional study and practice in writing letters proposals manuals and reports of a business or technical nature as well as in professional and contemporary research methods Prerequisite WRIT101 3 0 3 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 16 Credits Code Title Credits ACCT 200 Quickbooks EVENING 3 00 Quickbooks is used to model automated accounting systems and demonstrate their use in maintaining accounting information and improving decision making from both the business owner and accountant s perspective The software will be used to create an appropriate chart of accounts record all transcactions including payroll for a complete business cycle and customize standard reports for various types of enterprises The use of information generated by the system to improve decision making will be discussed 3 0 3 ACCT 211 Intermediate Accounting I EVENING 3 00 This course will examine the relationship of the conceptual framework and generally accepted accounting principles to the preparation of financial statements and their use in decision making Analysis of asset accounts and the implication of account balances will be discussed in detail along with the reporting issues associated with the Balance Sheet presentation of assets Prerequisite ACCT111

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/accounting (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    00 Macroeconomics examines the aggregate economy with specific focus on unemployment inflation business cycles and growth Topics include economic reasoning the economic organization of society supply and demand U S economic institutions the world economy national income accounting money banking and the financial sector the modern macro debate in reference to the aggregate production aggregate expenditures model demand management and fiscal policy monetary policy the debate about macro policy the relationship between inflation unemployment and growth international dimensions of monetary and fiscal policies exchange rate and trade policy traditional macro policy supply side macro policy deficits and debt and transitional economies 3 0 3 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits ACCT 111 Managerial Accounting 3 00 This course is a continuation of Accounting I with emphasis on the use of accounting data in decision making cost accounting and statement analysis Prerequisite ACCT110 3 0 3 BUSM 112 Principles of Management 3 00 This course provides an introduction to the roles and responsibilities of current day managers It focuses on the basic functions of the management process Planning Organizing Leading and Controlling and on the application of these functions through case study application 3 0 3 CIST 100 Introduction to Information Tech 3 00 A computer course designed to introduce students to personal computers Topics include basic concepts of computer operations storage media software categories Windows operating system computer communication devices and Internet The course also includes introduction to Microsoft Word Excel Access and PowerPoint 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 Aviation Elective Recommended for one of the aviation electives is either AVIP103 Recreational Pilot or AVIP106 Private Pilot 3 00 Description not found Second Year Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits AVIP 101 History of Aviation 3 00 The Introduction to Aviation course is designed to give the student a solid foundation in understanding where aviation came from starting from the earliest myths and legends through actual developments in flight systems and ultimately to a vision to where aviation may lead us The course will begin with a history of flight followed by a study of the atmospheric medium in which aircraft of all types operate The students will next learn about the infrastructure supporting aviation i e airports aviation organizations and types of aircraft The students

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/aerospacemanagement (2015-07-15)
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    solo and briefings Successful completion will be the Phase 3 check in the coursebooks at the flight school plus completion of the Private Recreational Pilot Airplane Certificate no limitations Students are required to have valid second class medical certificate to enroll in this course Persons wishing to receive credit for previous flight time must make arrrangements with the CCBC Aviation Sciences Division Director or the coordinator of the aviation program AVIP 121 Aviation Meteorology 3 00 This course places special emphasis on interpretation of meteorology phenomena affecting aircraft basic concepts of aviation meteorology temperature pressure moisture stability clouds air masses fronts thunderstorms icing and fog The course covers analysis and use of weather data for flight planning and safe flying interpretation of weather maps reports and forecasts 3 0 3 Prerequisite AVIP110 123 Corequisite AVIP136 AVIP 136 Theory of Instrument Flight 4 00 This course includes basic radio fundamentals as used by instrument pilot and the air traffic controller A description and practical use of various radio aids to safe aerial navigation including VOR ILS ADF GPS and others are taught Instrument charts and instrument approach charts are adapted to radio navigation and the application of the Aeronautical Information Manual is studied Upon successful completion of this course as defined by a grade of 80 or better the student will receive an endorsement to take the FAA knowledge exam in the department for an additional fee 4 0 4 Pre Requisite Successful completion of AVIP110 AVIP123 Second Year Third Semester 12 Credits Code Title Credits AVIC 238 Facility Rating II 5 00 This course is a continuance of Facility Rating I The student receives actual on the job training in the provision of advanced airport traffic control services and procedures Successful completion of this course is a demonstration by the student that he she is capable of providing all required air traffic control services during normal Beaver County Airport traffic conditions with minimal assistance from instructor personnel Pre Requisites Successful completion of ALL required ATC AVIP AVIC 1st through 2nd semester aviation courseware A current second class airman s Medical Certificate for ATC is required 0 10 5 AVIC 248 Approach Control II 4 00 This is a continuation of AVIC247 After an intitial review of the subjects addressed during the preceding semester students participate in simulated air traffic control exercises designed to develop more advanced skill levels in the application of air traffic control procedures pertinent to approach control facility operations The exercises increase in complexity as the semester progresses Throughout the course student performance is evaluated by FAA rated air traffic control instructors 0 8 4 Prerequisite Successful completion of ALL required ATC AVIC AVIP 1st through 3rd semester aviation courseware AVIP 101 History of Aviation 3 00 The Introduction to Aviation course is designed to give the student a solid foundation in understanding where aviation came from starting from the earliest myths and legends through actual developments in flight systems and ultimately to a vision to where

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    Year This certificate program is designed for those students who seek entry level positions in the accounting field or those already employed in the field who seek to enhance their skills It is geared towards students who want to concentrate on accounting certification or prepare for the CPA exam NOTE Second year courses are only offered as evening courses Curriculum 1st Year First Semester 3 Credits Code Title Credits ACCT 110 Financial Accounting 3 00 The accounting cycle in various types of enterprises is examined Included is the practical application of the principles learned 3 0 3 Second Semester 3 Credits Code Title Credits ACCT 111 Managerial Accounting 3 00 This course is a continuation of Accounting I with emphasis on the use of accounting data in decision making cost accounting and statement analysis Prerequisite ACCT110 3 0 3 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 9 Credits Code Title Credits ACCT 200 Quickbooks EVENING 3 00 Quickbooks is used to model automated accounting systems and demonstrate their use in maintaining accounting information and improving decision making from both the business owner and accountant s perspective The software will be used to create an appropriate chart of accounts record all transcactions including payroll for a complete business cycle and customize standard reports for various types of enterprises The use of information generated by the system to improve decision making will be discussed 3 0 3 ACCT 211 Intermediate Accounting I EVENING 3 00 This course will examine the relationship of the conceptual framework and generally accepted accounting principles to the preparation of financial statements and their use in decision making Analysis of asset accounts and the implication of account balances will be discussed in detail along with the reporting issues associated with the Balance Sheet presentation of assets Prerequisite ACCT111 3 0

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  • Community College of Beaver County - Aviation Instructor Certificate
    designed to give the student a solid foundation in understanding where aviation came from starting from the earliest myths and legends through actual developments in flight systems and ultimately to a vision to where aviation may lead us The course will begin with a history of flight followed by a study of the atmospheric medium in which aircraft of all types operate The students will next learn about the infrastructure supporting aviation i e airports aviation organizations and types of aircraft The students will be expected to recognize the differences between aircraft and identify them by sight This will be followed by more specific issues such as aviation weather and the challenges weather pose to flight activities as well as a technological look at just what makes them fly and how they are propelled and controlled and how they get from point A to point B The course will end with a broad review of the different career fields available withing the aerospace industrial sector and their future prospects i e professional pilot air traffic control aerospace management and unmanned aerial vehicles 3 0 3 AVIP 112 Fundamentals of Instructing 1 00 This course is designed to cover subject matter that would be related to teacher training rather than aeronautical training Subjects to be covered are the ground instructor qualities motivation the learning process the pattern of instruction planning and presenting and explaining Completion of the course will be the passage of the FAA Fundamentals of Instruction for Ground Instructors 1 0 1 AVIP 114 Basic Ground Instructor 1 00 Included in this course is a comprehensive study of aviation weather air navigation pilotage dead reckoning and radio single engine airplane operations including fundamental aerodynamic principles of flight and performance data regulations for student and private recreational pilots general and

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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    program supports the registered Apprenticeship program Journey papers as outlined by the Department of Labor Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training The Building Trade Technology program consists of an industry based technical core approved apprenticeship program and a general education component to complement the technical core The Coordinating Board of Higher Education states this degree preparation offers more flexibility than a traditional college based AAS degree program in that the candidate can easily earn college credit for his her apprenticeship training hone proficiencies through supervised practice as well as develop additional skills for living and work The program is restricted to those that are accepted into or have completed an approved apprenticeship program To earn the degree the student must complete both the building trade apprenticeship and the designated general education courses CCBC will transfer a block of forty five 45 credits for completion of the apprenticeship training program once the student has also completed 15 16 credits at CCBC The Department of Labor has identified apprenticeship program completion for college credit as an important opportunity to enhance the competiveness of the industry by enlarging the pool of highly trained workers Graduates of this program may be employed in the various trade areas such as plumber electrician HVAC welder maintenance technician mechanical technician bricklayer carpenter cement mason elevator constructor insulator ironworker laborer operating engineer painter drywall finisher glazer plaster roofer steel metal worker sprinkler fitter and steamfitter Note No credit will be awarded for partial completion of the apprenticeship program CCBC does not select candidates for the apprenticeship programs Apprenticeship program 45 credits Students must complete an approved apprenticeship program Once completed the College transfers a block of 45 credits towards the completion of the Building Trades Technology degree CCBC does not select candidates for apprenticeship programs General Education 15 16

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    completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 15 16 Credits Code Title Credits ACCT 111 Managerial Accounting 3 00 This course is a continuation of Accounting I with emphasis on the use of accounting data in decision making cost accounting and statement analysis Prerequisite ACCT110 3 0 3 BUSM 256 Microeconomics 3 00 Microeconomics is the study of individual choice and how that choice is influenced by economic forces It considers economic reasoning from the viewpoint of the individual Microeconomics focuses on the pricing policies of firms households decisions on what to buy and how markets allocate resources among alternative ends Topics include supply and demand elasticities individual choice and the foundation of supply and demand production and cost analysis perfect competition monopoly monopolistic competition and oligopoly strategic pricing competition in the real world politics and economics and the case of agricultural markets microeconomics policy and economic reasoning government s role in the economy economic impact on the environment antitrust and industrial policy the distribution of income the labor market nonwage and asset income international trade restrictions growth and the microeconomics of developing countries and socialist economies in transition Prerequisite BUSM255 or ECON255 3 0 3 CIST 106 Software Productivity Tools 3 00 This course provides students with advanced topics in software productivity tools using the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of products Through a series of projects students will learn how to develop business oriented integrated applications by applying techniques learned using advance features of Word PowerPoint Excel and Access Pre Requisite CIST100 3 0 3 MATH 130 College Algebra or higher 3 00 The functional approach to algebra is stressed with attention to the properties of the real number system linear functions and equations exponents radicals functions systems of equations complex numbers and quadratic equations Additional topics may be added at the discretion of the instructor Prerequisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS020 Improvement of Math Skills and DEVS021 Fundamentals of Algebra if required permission of the Division Director 3 0 3 Some MATH courses are 4 credits LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 OR WRIT 103 Writing For Business Tech 3 00 Designed to train the student in effective writing this course aims to increase the student s ability to write with unity coherence and logic It provides additional study and practice in writing letters proposals manuals and reports of a business or technical nature as well as in professional and contemporary research methods Prerequisite WRIT101 3 0 3 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits BUSM 110 Introduction to E Commerce 3 00 This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of E Commerce with

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