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Golf | PHED | 1100

The student will learn the basic fundamental skills of golf and become familiar with the basic rules, tournament play and terminology involved with beginning golf. Off-campus site.

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Google Analytics | CEC | 9078

This course, aimed at non-technical users, will take you through all the key techniques and how to use website analytics using the world-standard Google Analytics, a free online tool.

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Government and Non-Profit Accounting | ACNT | 2330

Basic concepts and techniques of fund accounting, financial reporting for governmental and not-for-profit entities. Accounting cycle for funds and account groups and related financial statements.

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Grammar Refresher | CEC | 3439

Gain confidence in your ability to produce clear, grammatically correct documents or speeches. You will explore the basics of English grammar, like sentence structure and punctuation, as well as more sophisticated concepts like logic and clarity.

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Grammar Skill Intermediate | COMG | 1091

The Grammar Intermediate level course is designed with workplace-related topics to guide improvement of grammatical forms and vocabulary to use for future academic and professional success. A variety of communicative approaches help provide effective strategies for practical presentation, grammar application and a grammar connection to online resources. Students will increase their grammar comprehension and refine written production and interpretation of business-related context and content for enhanced job productivity and academic discourse.

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Grammar Skills Workshop 1 | COMG | 1091

The purpose of this Grammar Skills Workshop 1 course is to increase students, knowledge of workplace English language grammar application skills. Oral and written grammar skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has intermediate-level knowledge of the English language.

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Grammar and Composition for Foreign Speakers I | ENGL | 346

An intermediate course in English grammar and composition designed to help the student acquire a greater facility in written English. This course is designed for the student who already possesses adequate conversational skill and is pursuing a college career. This course emphasizes grammar, vocabulary, sentence composition, and paragraph writing. It may be taken with ENGL 0341 or 0343 if the student placed into 0346 wishes more proficiency in conversation. Important: This course is now offered as ESOL 0351/0354.

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Grammar and Composition for Foreign Speakers II | ENGL | 347

An advanced course in English grammar and composition designed to help the foreign student who already has some elementary skills in English grammar and composition. This course is a continuation of ENGL 0346 and focuses more on advanced grammar and essay writing. Important: This course is now offered as ESOL 0351/0354.

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Grammar for ESL | CEC | 7255

Learn in-depth analysis of English grammar for intermediate to advanced English as Second Language college students. Structure of Standard English is explored in order to prepare the learner for regular mainstream English classes.

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Green Rating Systems for Homes | RBPT | 2315

Use of computer software and rating criteria to evaluate and score homes using residential green rating systems. Emphasizes gathering data from building plans, manufacturers' specifications, and on site testing.

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