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  • GTCC:Programs of Study:Art & Science:Math - Guilford Technical Community College
    College President March 15 view all Events view all English Math Math Welcome to our Math department page The GTCC Curriculum Mathematics department offers math courses that are required for various technical programs as well as transfer math courses offered through the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement between the North Carolina Community College System and the North Carolina University System To find your math course syllabus grades or assignments you can go to http online gtcc edu for Moodle or to http coursecompass com for MyMathLab You will find your assignments in MyMathLab Student records are confidential If you want your parents or guardians to have access to your records instructors and or grades GTCC must have a waiver signed by you Information will not be released to unauthorized parties without prior written permission from the student The best kind of angle is a TRY angle NEED HELP The math tutoring lab is in the Sears Applied Technology Building room 331 Student tutoring is available from 7 30AM 6 00PM Monday Thursday and 7 30AM 2 00PM Friday It is staffed with students who have completed calculus Students can Work in study groups Get one on one tutoring Use a computer for math homework or research Tutoring Center The Tutoring Center provides free tutoring to currently enrolled GTCC students who seek assistance with their coursework The purpose of the tutoring program is to help students become independent and successful learners by assisting them to develop good study skills to increase their understanding of course content to enhance their self confidence and to develop a positive attitude toward learning Tutors are paid by the college The majority of tutors are currently enrolled students who have made an A or B in the course or its equivalent in which they are tutoring and have

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  • GTCC: Art & Science: Math: Contact Us - Guilford Technical Community College
    my responsibility to see students as individuals and to help them move from where they are to the next level in mathematics I attempt do this by assisting learners to recognize that with persistence and hard work they can achieve their dreams By evaluating my methods regularly and trying to be aware of my students strengths and weaknesses I believe this will help me accomplish my goal Recognizing that students have different learning styles I need to use a variety of methods and strategies when I teach This includes having students do math while 1 interacting with peers of different dominate learning styles in a group 2 using computer programs for example MyMathLab or Web Advisor to allow students immediate feedback as well as assistance in completing homework or 3 discovering through use of activities Preparing students to meet their goals means I am obligated to help them be workforce prepared This includes expecting students to dress speak and write appropriately in my class They are to be respectful of other members of the class not receive or send telephone calls text messages or pages during class and are expected to attend all classes unless officially excused At GTCC I can usually be found in the Sears Applied Tech Building on the third floor in office 352 when I m not teaching or in AT 331 the math lab Office hours are 9 00AM 9 50AM Monday Thursday and 12 00 12 30 Tuesday and Thursday or by appointment by emailing or calling me Name David Barnette Room AT 350A Ext 50036 Email dwbarnette gtcc edu Name Michael Lynch Room AT 350 4 Ext 50333 Email mplynch gtcc edu Name Paul Whittington Room AT 350 2 Ext 50563 Email epwhittington gtcc edu Name Roddy Akbari Room AT 350 21 Ext

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  • GTCC: Art & Science: Math: Math Aids Links - Guilford Technical Community College
    Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all English Math LINKS to Math Aids and some Fun Videos Videos Just because you ve always done it this way doesn t mean that change is bad There is more than one way to do some things If it sounds too good to be true it probably is If these videos made you smile and or if you know of other videos that are worthy of adding please let me know pmcoldwell gtcc edu Links you may find useful Free online help with calculus http www analyzemath com calculus html University teacher notes http tutorial math lamar edu University teacher notes Free videos lessons http www online calculus com differential calculusdifferential html Free e books to see if a diferent aouthor helps http www freebookcentre net Mathematics Calculus Books Download html Free online aid on other types of math Has all types of Math instruction it is suggested you start by clicking on Pre Algebra and trying those topics http www math com Makes algebra instruction available http www purplemath com Offers algebra trigonometry and calculus instruction http www SOSMath com Sponsored by West Texas A M University and made these tutorials available for all levels of math skills http www wtamu edu academic anns mps math mathlab Sponsored by Compass as a means of preparing for the placement test GTCC uses http www testprepreview com compasspractice htm You will find help with arithmetic through prealgebra http www visualmathlearning com Offers trig help http www clarku edu djoyce trig Sites to let your children practice math while you study http www mathisfun com http www ixl com http www softschools com math games http cemc2 math uwaterloo ca mathfrog english kidz Games4 shtml http www apples4theteacher com

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all Details The General Education curriculum is designed for the student who is interested in pursuing a program of study in general education or who is not ready to choose a more specific educational program This curriculum provides an introduction to the liberal arts general education and enables the student to tailor the program beyond that point to personal needs and interests Students may apply any technical general education or college transfer course to the degree Students should note however that they must satisfy any course prerequisites listed This program is not intended for students who want to transfer to a four year university Awards Associate in General Education Jamestown day Greensboro day Program Outcomes Each student in the general education program will prepare an individualized program of study in consul tation with his her advisor The program of study must be designed to ensure that the student will acquire com petence in the following areas which have been identified as institution wide student competencies A graduate of the general education program will be able to Communicate by reading writing listening and speaking with the proficiency necessary for success in life and chosen career Use job related skills that will enable him her to obtain and maintain employment in his her chosen career Include self awareness in the determination of his her professional and personal goals Solve problems and make decisions in career life Use social skills that will enable him her to get along well with others in career and life Apply computational skills necessary for success in his her life and chosen career Recognize the importance of good mental and physical health in life leisure and employment Use economic and consumer skills

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    should be prepared for ASE certification and be ready for full time employment in dealerships and repair shops in the automotive service industry Classroom and lab experience integrates academic course work with technical application of automotive theory Emphasis is placed on servicing and operation of brakes electrical electronic systems engine performance steering suspension automatic transmission transaxles engine repair climate control and manual drive trains Awards Ford Option GM Option Associate in Applied Science Jamestown day General Option Associate in Applied Science Jamestown day General Option Certificate Jamestown day and evening Program Outcomes Upon successful completion of the Automotive Systems Technology program the graduate should be able to Diagnose and repair mechanical systems of automotive engines automatic transmissions and transaxles manual drive trains and axles suspension and steering systems braking systems electrical and electronic systems heating and air conditioning systems and engine performance systems Comply with personal and environmental safety practices associated with clothing eye protection hand tools power equipment and the handling storage and disposal of chemicals and hazardous materials in accordance with local state and federal safety and environmental regulations Admissions Criteria A high school diploma or equivalent is required Placement tests determine enrollment in English ENG and mathematics MAT courses Many courses have prerequisites or co requisites check the Course Descriptions section for details In any Associate Degree or Vocational Diploma program for which there are more applicants who have completed the preadmission requirements than are positions admission will be determined on a point system or a first qualified first accepted basis Criteria for selection includes scores on standardized tests past academic performance and experience in the filed of interest Progression in this program is dependent upon a grade of C or better in all general education courses as well as major and related courses Admissions Office Application

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  • GTCC: Programs: Automotive Systems Technology: General Option - Guilford Technical Community College
    For more info on courses visit this link Students may opt for a certificate program taking either day or night classes or an Associates Degree day program Read program descriptions here Within the Associates degree program there is an option for students to participate in cooperative education with a dealership or independent service facility and receive both college credit and pay for the co op time Upon completion of the Associates degree program students who have participated in the co op program will have met the experience requirements to take the ASE certification exam FAQs How does the General program differ from the Ford ASSET and GM ASEP programs The course work in the General program is virtually identical to the Ford and GM programs The major differences are that the General program does not concentrate on a specific make or model of cars and trucks and that the co op portion of training is optional in the General program Students in this curriculum will concentrate on all the same areas engines engine performance steering and suspension electrical systems and electronics brake systems automatic and manual transmissions but on a variety of different types of cars The General program also offers the option of an Associates Degree or a Certificate whereas the Ford and GM Options are only offered as Associates Degree programs Finally the General program offers several of its classes in the evening offering the student a little more flexibility in scheduling When are the classes offered All of the courses required for the General program are available in the daytime usually running from 8 00 am until approximately 1 00 pm Additional general education classes needed to complete degree requirements are offered in the afternoon In addition several of the General classes are also offered in the evening See the schedule for a particular semester to determine what is available for that period What are the employment opportunities for a graduate of this program Graduates of the General option can find employment in a variety of dealership and independent repair shops especially those who have completed the Associates Degree requirements and successfully tested for ASE certification How much does this program cost Each semester is 550 600 for tuition and fees The cost of books depends on whether the student is enrolled in just automotive courses certificate option or also taking general education courses to complete associate degree requirements Will I need tools for this program There is no required tool set for the program itself shop tools are available for the labs However you will need tools if you choose to co op with a dealership or independent shop and you will need tools if you seek employment in this field during the program or after graduation Since all automotive employers expect their technicians to have full tool sets there are good reasons to purchase tools while in this program Several reputable tool distributors offer their products for sale in sets or as individual purchases and

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  • GTCC: Programs: Automotive Systems Technology: GM ASEP Option - Guilford Technical Community College
    training at that dealership The course work is based on the same curriculum used in all of the Automotive Service Technology programs but is focused on the service maintenance and repair of GM products FAQs How long does it take to complete this program This program takes four semesters and one summer term to complete two years The coursework is taught in split semesters eight weeks at school and eight weeks at General Motors dealerships during each term During the 8 week co op time spent at the dealership each term the student is earning both pay and college credit When can I begin the GM ASEP program Students must start when the fall term begins in mid August of each year Students with no automotive background might consider taking general automotive courses that are offered every semester while they are waiting to enroll in the GM ASEP program Students who have some automotive experience could take appropriate academic courses if waiting to enroll in GM ASEP Contact the Automotive Department Janet Bost Ext 50054 for assistance in determining the appropriate starting point for you What does it cost to attend GTCC The total cost for the student is approximately 4 500 5 900 This breaks down as follows Tuition includes fees and insurance 3000 Books 5 semesters Automotive and general education 800 Tools depends on brand 750 2100 Total 4550 5900 All prices approximate Is financial aid available Yes the Automotive Technology program does qualify for financial assistance However the money that a particular student receives depends on their own and or their family s resources Students wishing to learn more should contact the GTCC Financial Aid Office 336 334 4822 ext 50521 In 1998 new legislation took effect the Hope Scholarship which enables eligible students to claim tuition and allowable fee charges as a tax credit on their federal tax returns the limits on this tax credit are high enough to cover all tuition and all allowable fees for the two year curriculum Additionally eligible veterans may use the GI Bill to offset expenses as long as they meet all other requirements of the VA For more information contact the Office of Veterans Affairs 336 334 4822 ext 50521 Can I complete the program through evening courses No At the present time all GM ASEP classes are offered only in the daytime What is the job market salary range available for graduates from the GM ASEP program Nationwide there is a shortage of qualified mechanics and that shortage is predicted to last for most of this next decade Employers are General Motors brand dealerships Graduates have been offered employment at dealerships throughout North Carolina in the mountains at dealerships in the Piedmont and at the beach Placement for successful graduates is 100 Starting wages range from 18 000 35 000 annually and can reach much more for highly skilled technicians Who should I contact at GTCC if I need more information Try the Transportation Complex first 336 334

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  • GTCC: Programs: Automotive Systems Technology: Ford ASSET Option - Guilford Technical Community College
    and Lincoln Mercury dealerships When can I begin the ASSET program Students must start when the fall term begins in mid August of each year Students with no automotive background might consider taking general automotive courses offered any semester Students who have some automotive experience could take appropriate academic courses any semester Contact the Automotive Department Janet Bost Ext 50054 for aid in determining the appropriate starting point What does it cost to attend GTCC The total costs for the student is approximately 4700 6000 This breaks down as follows All prices approximate Tuition 3 169 00 6 terms 528 13 term Books 800 00 Tools 750 00 Craftsman TOTAL 4 719 00 Snap On Tools are 2100 00 Is financial aid available Yes the Automotive Technology program does qualify for financial assistance However the money that a particular student receives depends on their own and or their family s resources Students wishing to learn more should contact the GTCC Financial Aid Office 336 334 4822 ext 50521 In 1998 new legislation took effect the Hope Scholarship which enables eligible students to claim tuition and allowable fee charges as a tax credit on their federal tax returns the limits on this tax credit are high enough to cover all tuition and all allowable fees for the two year curriculum Additionally eligible veterans may use the GI Bill to offset expenses as long as they meet all other requirements of the VA For more information contact the Office of Veterans Can I complete the program through evening courses At the present time a Ford Certificate program is offered Ford MLR Maintenance And Light Repair night classes meet from 6 00 p m 9 00 p m Monday and Tuesday evenings There are 4 courses required for a MLR Certificate and they

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