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Art Appreciation20048National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:03:16 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Art Appreciation;| The course objective is to equip students with the vocabulary to understand and discuss art, while introducing them to various https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses S/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassDCC09DDB3AE54B47A8F40A9AADE6B74C">The course objective is to equip students with the vocabulary to understand and discuss art, while introducing them to various mediums. Students will learn themes of art, principles of design, types of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media, and be taken on a tour of art through the ages. They will learn the different eras of art, how culture is affected and affects art, and how to use elements of a piece of work to identify its time period or artist.</div>d079803a-4a55-ed11-bba3-00224805f697StraighterLine
Business Communication20062National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:03:17 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Business Communication;| The course objective is for students to learn how to effectively communicate in a variety of business contexts, and across https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses S/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass99B763A13B6344DBB010458D6C3D4A54">The course objective is for students to learn how to effectively communicate in a variety of business contexts, and across both traditional and new media conditions. Through a series of readings and assignments that reflect the needs of a 21st century workforce, students will develop an understanding of the importance of clear and concise communication skills, and their practical use in a diverse range of professional settings, including written, video, internet, and email modalities.</div>79606057-4c55-ed11-bba3-00224805f697StraighterLine
Introduction to Communications20063National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:03:17 AMThe course objective is to encourage students to consider how engaging in public discourse can serve as a purposeful, action-driven form of communication https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses S/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass3466653DA28042DB981969D04A7B9794">The course objective is to encourage students to consider how engaging in public discourse can serve as a purposeful, action-driven form of communication. In this course, students will gain foundational knowledge of communication, as influenced by constitutive, contextual, and cultural factors, and then apply this knowledge through a series of public speaking projects centered around advocacy and argument. Students will design preparatory, informative, persuasive, research and reflective projects, engaging in civic discourse as a process of advocacy including consideration of the following&#58; organizational structure, context, content, modality, language, aesthetic and rhetorical choices, statements of connectivity, and desired outcomes. In addition, students will learn how to appropriately select, analyze and synthesize credible source material, with the ultimate goal of combining researched evidence with their own unique insights. Finally, students will engage in ethical and effective research techniques, using the Modern Language Association’s (MLA-Version 8 or 9) formatting recommendations.</div>cfbd7219-4e55-ed11-bba3-00224805f697StraighterLine
Introduction to Programming21335National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:03:17 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Computer Programming;| The course objective is to introduce programming concepts to students using the language of their choice C++, Python, or https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses S/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass242AB759488E4DE38F7BAE0BE610AFB9">The course objective is to introduce programming concepts to students using the language of their choice&#58; C++, Python, or Java while following a consistent course sequence, structure, and schedule of assessments. <br>The course teaches the core computer science concepts of variables, branching, loops, arrays/lists, and functions/methods. It also introduces object-oriented programming with classes and inheritance. The course covers use pointers and streams and teaches a variety of good coding practices, including iterative development, code formatting, and variable naming schemes.</div>fe074149-4f55-ed11-bba3-00224805f697StraighterLine
NIMS ICS All Hazards Position Supply Unit Leader21336National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:05:38 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#2;#emergency management;| The course objective is to demonstrate, through activities and a final exam, the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses N/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass9EFB7629323645BFAED53A05471722B9">The course objective is to demonstrate, through activities and a final exam, the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Supply Unit Leader on an AHIMT.</div>59546324-2040-ed11-9db0-0022480c2d4aNational Emergency Training Center (EMI)
Advanced III: Contemporary Issues in the Emergency Management Organization21338National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:05:39 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#2;#emergency management;| The course objective is to provide Emergency Management (EM) leaders with skills critical to engage the leadership https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses N/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassE58C96E928934433B5E8113EBA8D0A37">The course objective is to provide Emergency Management (EM) leaders with skills critical to engage the leadership challenges associated with the local emergency management organization and immediate local community. The course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of these issues and to provide them with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills gained through the previous two courses and the ongoing research project work to the full local community emergency management arena and organization.</div>6cba7436-2040-ed11-9db0-0022480c2d4aNational Emergency Training Center (EMI)
Advanced IV - Advanced Concepts and Policy in the Emergency Management Profession21339National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:05:39 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#emergency management leadership;| The course objective is to delve into the leadership challenges faced by emergency management professionals in https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses N/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass055E43F329284F97AEDF2D904CD68000">The course objective is to delve into the leadership challenges faced by emergency management professionals in the broader emergency management community and profession.</div>0afb034f-2040-ed11-9db0-0022480c2d4aNational Emergency Training Center (EMI)
Leading Complex Systems21341National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:05:40 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#emergency management leadership;| The course objective is to develop strategic leadership and critical thinking for senior executives involved with https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses N/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass9655FA16DBAD4A35A64BEB842800F2F1">The course objective is to develop strategic leadership and critical thinking for senior executives involved with multi-jurisdictional, national, and international homeland security and emergency management policy development and decision making responsibilities.</div>4583396e-2040-ed11-9db0-0022480c2d4aNational Emergency Training Center (EMI)
Interpreting the Contemporary Emergency Management Environment21342National Guide Course11/30/2022 10:05:40 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#2;#emergency management;| The course objective is to enhance the knowledge base of cohort members to enable them to apply the executive emergency https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses N/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass70C1DDDDD0354751B0AADFD28C52326F">The course objective is to enhance the knowledge base of cohort members to enable them to apply the executive emergency management core competencies from a leadership lens; facilitate a collaborative contribution from cohort members that results in improvements in emergency management policy and practice; build and sustain a network of executive level emergency management leaders to ensure continual improvement of the field.</div>8d3f2a82-2040-ed11-9db0-0022480c2d4aNational Emergency Training Center (EMI)
AP Human Geography30055National Guide Course8/7/2020 1:45:11 AMCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Human Geography;| The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level 4https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses C/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass277B2ECCE5C345ED991D1CFFAE3B3681">The AP Human Geography course is equivalent to an introductory college-level course in human geography. The course introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth's surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine socioeconomic organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about the methods and tools geographers use in their research and applications. The curriculum reflects the goals of the National Geography Standards (2012).</div>aa5ddb83-84c4-ea11-a812-000d3a378a3aCollege Board Advanced Placement® (AP®) Examinations