ANTH& 206 - Cultural Anthropology (CCN)
Offered BySpokane Falls Community College
Available Seats30 as of 1/16/2018 12:51 AM
Instructor Katherine Flores
Instruction ModeIn Person
Class Dates4/2/2018 - 6/15/2018
DescriptionIntroduces the student to the concept of culture and the studies of people of the world. This is an introduction to the theories that these studies are based upon and the development of an anthropological perspective of the world and its peoples.
ART& 100 - Art Appreciation (CCN)
Available Seats25 as of 1/16/2018 12:51 AM
DescriptionA course to develop an appreciation and awareness of art, and to make art effective in daily living.
CMST& 220 - Public Speaking (CCN)
Instructor Jennifer Spencer
DescriptionThis course teaches students fundamental principles of researching, writing and delivering an effective public address. Students learn audience adaptation and receive at least 11 hours of instruction in the development and composition of formal preparation outlines for expository, persuasive and motivational speeches. Students study and practice a variety of rhetorical techniques suitable for crafting clear, memorable and persuasive prose. They gain confidence as speakers through the study and practice of a wide variety of proven delivery techniques and styles.
ECON& 202 - Macro Economics (CCN)
Instructor Khaliela Wright
DescriptionThe general introductory course covering the organization, operation and control of the American economy--problems of inflation, unemployment, taxation, public debt, money and banking, business cycles and economic growth. Capitalism compared with communism and socialism.
ENGL& 101 - English Composition I (CCN)
Enrollment RequirementsEither completion of ENGL 099 or ENGL 150 with a P or a 2.0 or higher, or appropriate placement score(s)
Instructor Alissa Bourbonnais
DescriptionThis course develops and sharpens the basic principles of writing college-level essays. Students work on a series of essays to improve their ability to write clear, detailed prose and to use texts to support their claims. Competence in mechanics and standard English usage is assumed of all students taking ENGL& 101. Prerequisite: For SCC-Self-Placement. For SFCC-Either completion of ENGL 99 with a P or a 2.0 or higher, or appropriate placement score(s).
ENGL& 102 - Composition II (CCN)
Enrollment RequirementsENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or better.
DescriptionThis course teaches students research skills by emphasizing the development of critical reading habits, investigative proficiency, and the writing of expository and persuasive prose including documented research essays. Students work to understand academic audiences, increase their clarity and objectivity, and adhere to standard formats. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or higher.
ENGL& 111 - Introduction to Literature (CCN)
Available Seats35 as of 1/16/2018 12:51 AM
DescriptionStudents read and discuss short stories, plays, and poetry with an emphasis on understanding and appreciating the richness and diversity of literature.
ENVS& 101 - Intro to Env Science (CCN)
Available Seats24 as of 1/16/2018 12:51 AM
DescriptionA study of the basic concepts of ecology, including ecosystems structure and function, energy flow, biochemical cycles, limiting factors, population dynamics and community interactions. Emphasis is placed on the use of the scientific method to investigate man's current environmental problems and to propose possible solutions. Meets A.A. degree lab science requirement.
HIST 105 - Historical Roots of Contemporary Issues
Instructor Susan Vetter
DescriptionThis course explores the historical roots of various contemporary global problems from multiple perspectives.
HUM 102 - Introduction to Women's Studies
DescriptionThis course explores issues relating to women including but not limited to women's history, women's work and the socialization of women. Additionally, this course examines some of the differences between women and men, with the hope that through descriptive study, female and male students become empowered in new ways. In part, this goal encourages an in-depth look at the social structures and dominant dialogues that have posed limits upon both women and men while encouraging the search for removing such limits.
MATH 90 - Pre-Algebra
Enrollment RequirementsMATH 090 Prerequisite: MATH 021 with 2.0 or better or appropriate placement score.
Instructor Jon Lamoureux
DescriptionA course intended for students who have studied arithmetic but who are not ready for elementary algebra. Numerous introductory topics from grades 9 through 12 are covered which may include operations with signed numbers and rational numbers, simple algebraic equations, properties of real numbers, prime numbers and factoring, exponents and roots, geometric concepts, basic graphs, metrics, basic inequalities, or absolute value. Prerequisite: MATH 21 with 2.0 or better or appropriate placement score.
MATH 93 - Algebra I
Enrollment RequirementsMATH 093 Prerequisite: MATH 87, 90 or 91 with a 2.0 or better; or appropriate placement score.
DescriptionThis course covers beginning algebra concepts for students without high school algebra or those who need a review. Topics will include algebraic expressions, linear equations, lines, linear regression, inequalities, and graphing. Prerequisite: MATH 90 or 91 with a 2.0 or better; or appropriate placement score.
MATH 94 - Algebra II
Enrollment RequirementsAlgebra II Prerequisite: MATH 092 or 093 with a 2.0 or better within the last three years or appropriate placement score.
DescriptionThis course is a continuation of MATH 93. Topics include exponents, radicals, power functions, quadratic (models, equations, translations),and right angle trigonometry. Prerequisite: MATH 91 or MATH 93 with a 2.0 or better within the last three years or appropriate placement score.
MATH 98 - Algebra III
Enrollment RequirementsAlgebra III Prerequisite: MATH 094 with a 2.0 or better or an appropriate placement score.
DescriptionThis course is a continuation of MATH 94 and covers intermediate algebra skills. Topics include sequences, rational expressions and equations, basic functions that include but are not limited to absolute value, exponential and logarithmic. Prerequisite: MATH 94 with a 2.0 or better or an appropriate placement score.
MATH& 107 - Math in Society [CCN]
Enrollment RequirementsMATH Prerequisite: MATH 088, 097, 098 or 099 with a 2.0 or better within the last three years or appropriate placement score.
DescriptionThis course is a rigorous terminal mathematics course for students in the liberal arts. The course provides a solid foundation in the quantitative reasoning, symbolic reasoning, and critical thinking needed to be a productive member of society. The course core topics are proportional reasoning, the mathematics of personal finance, probability, descriptive statistics, and growth and decay models (linear and exponential). Prerequisite: MATH 88, 97, 98 or 99 with a 2.0 or better within the last three years or appropriate placement score. (SFCC, SCC)
MATH& 148 - Business Calculus [CCN]
Available Seats10 as of 1/16/2018 12:51 AM
Enrollment RequirementsMATH& 141 or MATH 201 with a 2.0 or better within the last three years or appropriate placement score.
Instructor Jeremy Koziol
Instruction ModeInteractive Television
DescriptionA one-quarter introduction to differential and integral calculus. Specifically oriented for students in management, life sciences and social sciences. Prerequisite: MATH& 141 or MATH 201 with a 2.0 or better within the last three years; or appropriate placement score.
MUSC 109 - World Music Diversity
DescriptionThis course explores several musical cultures throughout the world, including but not limited to Africa, the Americas, Asia, Near East, Europe and South Pacific. The course is designed to enhance student's appreciation for the diversity of music throughout the world as well as the people that perform it. Students gain an understanding of features in the music that distinguish one style from another and the cultural and social-historical factors that shape the development of music. Lectures, films, recordings and live presentations assist students in their understanding of course topics. Though a knowledge of music is helpful, a music background is not required for this course.
POLS& 202 - American Government [CCN]
Instructor Laci Hubbard-Mattix
DescriptionThe basic course develops an understanding of American politics and political institutions, the philosophies and concepts of American constitutionalism, and the structure and operation of the American form of government. Emphasis is placed on the theories and practice of democracy, pluralism and elitism.
SOC& 101 - Intro to Sociology [CCN]
Instructor Andrew Crookston
DescriptionBasic concepts and theories of sociology with an emphasis on the group aspects of human behavior.