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Teller Training Lab | BNKG | 1373

An alternate continuation of BNKG 1305 Teller Training, this course affords the student practical, hands-on experience in paying and receiving teller operations. Students develop skills such as cash handling, cash drawer setup, maintenance, security and daily balancing, processing of basic paying and receiving customer transactions, quoting funds availability, implementing security precautions, operating ten-key terminal, and using automated teller machines via daily practice in a lab setting.

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Teller Training | BNKG | 1305

Application of the functions related to negotiable instruments, cash control, handling money, and balancing. Explanation of compliance and regulation issues affecting bank tellers.

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Tennis II | PHED | 2151

The course will teach forehand, backhand, serve, volley and lob for advanced players. In addition the more specific tennis strokes, dropshot, spin and slice serves, topspin and slice ground strokes will be taught. The student will become familiar with the specific rules, match and tournament regulations.

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Tennis | PHED | 1104

The student will learn the basic fundamental skills of tennis (e.g. forehand and backhand strokes, serve, return of serve and volley) and become familiar with the basic strategies, rules, tournament play and terminology involved with singles and doubles in beginning tennis.

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Terminology Management and Research | TRAI | 1073

This is a translation-oriented terminology management course. Students will learn how to ensure accuracy for highly specialized fields for which terminology may not yet be available. Different CAT tools and techniques to find, store, and manage search results will be discussed.

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Terminology Management and Research | TRAI | 1272

Basic terminology in the fields of medicine, law, computers, business, and technical fields will be covered. Students will learn how to ensure accuracy for highly specialized fields for which terminology may not yet be available. Different tools and techniques to find, store, and manage search results will be discussed.

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Test Prep - Math | PREM | 100

Gives students a head start in basic skill building in mathematics by providing a targeted review of basic skill, test preparation, and utilization of learning resources. Students will retake a TSI test after this intervention to determine proper placement in developmental education.

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Test Prep - Math | PREM | 200

Gives students a head start in basic skill building in mathematics by providing a targeted review of basic skill, test preparation, and utilization of learning resources. Students will retake a TSI test after this intervention to determine proper placement in developmental education

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Test Prep and Skill Building | PREP | 100

Gives students a head start in basic skill building in reading, writing, and mathematics by providing a targeted review of basic skill, test preparation, and utilization of learning resources. Students will retake a TSI test after this intervention to determine proper placement in developmental education.

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Test Prep and Skill Building | PREP | 200

Gives students a head start in basic skill building in reading, writing and mathematics by providing a targeted review of basic skills, test preparation, and utilization of learning resources. Students will retake a TSI test after this intervention to determine proper placement in developmental education.

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