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SOC-110-W501
Introduction to Sociology
12/20-1/19
Online
This course is a survey of the fundamental concepts used in the study of human social interaction with emphasis on group aspects of social behavior. Subject areas include research methods, theory, culture and social structure, socialization, groups and formal organizations, deviance and social control, stratification, race and ethnicity (including whiteness), major social institutions, and social change.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 26.75
Online: $ 654
SOC-110-W502
Introduction to Sociology
12/20-1/19
Online
This course is a survey of the fundamental concepts used in the study of human social interaction with emphasis on group aspects of social behavior. Subject areas include research methods, theory, culture and social structure, socialization, groups and formal organizations, deviance and social control, stratification, race and ethnicity (including whiteness), major social institutions, and social change.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 26.75
Online: $ 654
SOC-110-W503
Introduction to Sociology
12/20-1/19
Online
This course is a survey of the fundamental concepts used in the study of human social interaction with emphasis on group aspects of social behavior. Subject areas include research methods, theory, culture and social structure, socialization, groups and formal organizations, deviance and social control, stratification, race and ethnicity (including whiteness), major social institutions, and social change.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 26.75
Online: $ 654
SOC-120-W501
Marriage and Family
12/20-1/19
Online
This course examines the family as a basic institution. Special focus is given to the marital life cycle: courtship, dating, marriage, the childbearing years, parent-child relationships and marriage during the middle and older years. This course examines the implication of marital dissolution and the family, as they exist under modern social conditions. Focus is given to contemporary variations of the family commonly referred to as intimate relationships (co-habitation, hooking up and gay marriage). This course is a required component for USD, BCU and BVU Social Work transfer programs and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Christiansen
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
SOC-120-W502
Marriage and Family
12/20-1/19
Online
This course examines the family as a basic institution. Special focus is given to the marital life cycle: courtship, dating, marriage, the childbearing years, parent-child relationships and marriage during the middle and older years. This course examines the implication of marital dissolution and the family, as they exist under modern social conditions. Focus is given to contemporary variations of the family commonly referred to as intimate relationships (co-habitation, hooking up and gay marriage). This course is a required component for USD, BCU and BVU Social Work transfer programs and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
CPDV-2623-07
Dunker Center Access Option
1/01-6/30
Sioux City
What hours will the Student Center be open? Hours of operation will be Monday through Thursday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, 6 a.m to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m to noon. Do I need a valid I.D. to gain access to the Center? Yes, you can obtain an I.D. from Enrollment Services next to Entrance 1, Kiser Building. Your I.D. will only be valid while the class in which you have enrolled is active. For this reason, we encourage you to consider the six-month access option.
RED W123 LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor:
Fee: $ 99.00
CPDV-2705-07
Comet Acess Pass
1/01-6/30
Sioux City
Comet Acess Pass
RED W123 LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor:
Fee: $ 25.00
CPDV-2244-07
Stretch and Flex
1/02-1/30
Sioux City
This is one of our most popular programs. Have fun working out in a healthy way. The program includes stretching and weightlifting to strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular health. This class is one of the most popular, so be sure to sign up early to avoid disappointment! Lifelong Learning Membership required. WITCC ID required IMPORTANT NOTE: This class will be held in the Gymnasium in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center. In order to gain access to this room, you will need a student I.D. Please bring a change of shoes with you, preferably athletic shoes/sneakers. The Aerobics Room, W203 is also reserved for this class from 9 - 11 a.m. for warm ups.
RED W123 LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: David
Cost: $ 10.00
CSAF-9000-01
Rope Rescue
1/06-1/10
Sioux City
This course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to perform basic rope rescue operations utilizing appropriate equipment, methodologies, protocols, and patient and resource management techniques.
GSM 120 LEC MTWTHF 08:00AM 05:00PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Jarvis
Cost: $ 1050.00
CTRA-1053-06
Truck Driving Program
1/06-2/07
Sioux City
This program is designed to prepare men and women for over-the-road tractor trailer driving employment. The course will consist of classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel experience in trucks currently used by the transportation industry. Areas of instruction include: *Instrument Clusters *Brake System *Operation and Inspection *Diesel Engines *Trailer Specifications *Coupling and Uncoupling Trailers Safely *Shifting Theory *Driving Techniques *Backing Tractor-Trailers *Parallel Parking Tractor-Trailers *Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations *Daily Logs By the end of the program, successful student will have an opportunity to test for their Class A CDL. Class A CDL instructional permit, driving record, DOT physical, and drug screen are required to begin the program. The ability to read and speak English is encouraged. Job placement assistance is available. Standard 4 week Truck Driving Training Covers: *Instrument Clusters *Brake System Operation and Inspection *Diesel Engines *Trailer Specifications *Coupling and Uncoupling Trailers Safely *Shifting Theory *Driving Techniques *Backing Tractor-Trailers *Parallel Parking Tractor-Trailers *Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations *Daily Logs
CERTS*
BWC W102 LEC S 08:00AM 04:00PM
BWC W102 LEC MTTHF 08:00AM 05:00PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Herron
Cost: $ 2895.00
CTRA-1075-08
Returning Bus Driver
1/08
Sioux City
Training covers many hazards a school bus driver faces in Iowa. This isa required annual refresher training.
No certs
RED W108 LEC W 06:30PM 09:30PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Torno
Cost: $ 30.00
CBUS-8116-02
High Performance Management
1/09-4/02
Sioux City
This course will cover a variety of innovative approaches to developing a High Performance Management team. The course is for supervisory personnel who wish to develop their current management style and approach.
RHK A208 LEC TH 01:00PM 04:00PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Henningfeld
Cost: $ 700.00
CCPR-1033-B16
BLS Provider Course
1/09
Sioux City
Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arresst through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
AWCD*W AWCD*A AWCD*C AWCR*40
RED W108 LEC TH 06:00PM 10:00PM
Prereq: BLS Healthcare Provider Book
Coreq: None
Instructor: STAFF
Cost: $ 70.00
CTRA-1003-07
Drinker Driver Improvement
1/11-1/12
Sioux City
Participants referred by the courts.
CCO B222 LEC SSU 08:00AM 02:30PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Hawkins
Cost: $ 180.00
ACC-131-501
Principles of Accounting I
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic accounting concepts applicable to the operation of a service oriented or retailing sole proprietorship.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4.00
Online: $ 872
ACC-131-502
Principles of Accounting I
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic accounting concepts applicable to the operation of a service oriented or retailing sole proprietorship.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4.00
Online: $ 872
ACC-132-502
Principles of Accounting II
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I with the emphasis on partnership, corporation, cost, and management accounting.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: ACC-131 Princ of Acct I
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4.00
Online: $ 872
ACC-161-502
Payroll Accounting
1/13-5/03
Online
This course presents the payroll accounting methods for computing wages and salaries, calculating deductions, journalizing payroll entries, and preparing federal and state government reports. It emphasizes the timeliness and standard procedures of payroll data reporting required of employers.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: ACC-111 Intro to Acct or ACC-131 Princ of Acct
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ACC-232-501
Intermediate Accounting II
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is an in-depth study of the underlying principles, procedures, and reporting requirements necessary to prepare and interpret financial reports of business entities. Topics covered include liabilities, investments in securities, pension plans, leases, earnings per share, and statement of cash flows.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: ACC-231 Intermediate Acct I
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4.00
Online: $ 872
ACC-261-501
Income Tax Accounting
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is an introduction to federal individual income tax laws. Topics include income, adjustments, deductions, and credits.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: ACC-131 Princ of Acct I
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ACC-311-501
Computer Accounting
1/13-5/03
Online
This course utilizes computer software to teach the accounting procedures for service and merchandising businesses. Concepts include processing transactions and generating reports for customers, vendors, inventory, and payroll; generating financial statements; performing closing procedures; and, customizing company setup.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: ACC-131 Princ of Acct I or ACC-111 Intro to A
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADM-105-801
Introduction to Keyboarding
1/13-3/08
Online
This course emphasizes keyboard mastery. It was designed to develop accuracy, speed, and control of the keyboard. Through completion of the lessons, students advance toward a minimum competency level of 30 gross words per minute (GWAM)on a 3-minute official time with a maximum of 3 errors. The alphabetic keys are reviewed three times. In order to pass this course at the end of the semester, you must be able to key 30 wpm for 3 minutes with 3 errors or less. Every lesson contains exercises of 15-sec., 30-sec., and 1-3 minutes timings. Students are encouraged to meet the speed and accuracy goals in each exercise before continuing on to the next exercise. Progress Reports help students evaluate their progress. Using the backspace key and correcting errors is not allowed.
NET WEB LAB2
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1.00
Online: $ 218
ADM-123-501
Document Formatting
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is designed for mastery of the alphabetic keyboard. Students will review numeric and symbol keyboard reaches and the formatting of business documents including memorandums, block and modified block letters, reports and tables. Students must take the prerequisite course or type 30 gross words a minute for three minutes with three errors or less. Prerequisites: ADM 105 Introduction to Keyboarding or type 30 gross words a minute for 3 minutes with 3 errors or less.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: ADM-105 or pass typing test; see course descrip
Coreq: None
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADM-131-501
Office Calculators
1/13-5/03
Online
This course teaches students how to use the numeric keypad with speed and accuracy using industry standards for data entry. Attaining proficiency on three employment tests used by three large interstate corporations helps the student meet employment standards.
NET WEB LAB2
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1.00
Online: $ 218
ADM-154-501
Business Communication
1/13-5/03
Online
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADM-154-602
Business Communication
1/13-5/03
Online
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Watson
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADM-162-501
Office Procedures
1/13-5/03
Online
This course familiarizes the student with the many dimensions of the professional secretary's position in a modern day office, such as personal traits, telephone skills, communication processing capabilities, office supplies and equipment, and material utilization. The specific job skills introduced are utilization of business resources, making travel arrangements, arranging meetings and conferences and performing banking responsibilities. The student will be equipped to handle these functions in a modern day office, and will refine skills associate with communication effectively in the office.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADN-235-501
Principles Pharm for Nursing
1/13-5/03
Online
This course will examine the basic concepts and principles of pharmacology. Major drug classifications and their actions, adverse effects, interactions, and contraindications for use are explored. Emphasis is placed on the nurse's role in safe medication administration, dosage calculation, and patient education with use of the nursing process.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADN-235-502
Principles Pharm for Nursing
1/13-5/03
Online
This course will examine the basic concepts and principles of pharmacology. Major drug classifications and their actions, adverse effects, interactions, and contraindications for use are explored. Emphasis is placed on the nurse's role in safe medication administration, dosage calculation, and patient education with use of the nursing process.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ADN-235-503
Principles Pharm for Nursing
1/13-5/03
Online
This course will examine the basic concepts and principles of pharmacology. Major drug classifications and their actions, adverse effects, interactions, and contraindications for use are explored. Emphasis is placed on the nurse's role in safe medication administration, dosage calculation, and patient education with use of the nursing process.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGA-114-501
Principles of Agronomy
1/13-5/03
Online
This course presents the information necessary to understand the reasons and methods of soil and crop management. The course provides answers to practical crop production questions and introduces students to further study of the sciences involved.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGA-158-801
Soil Fertility
1/13-3/08
Online
This course explains the phenomena involved in making and keeping a soil in its most economical, productive state. Students learn why soils must be managed differently due to differences in origin and make up. Laboratory work will be used to increase the understanding of key concepts.
NET WEB LEC
NET WEB LAB2
Prereq: None
Coreq: Take AGA-154
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGB-210-801
Agricultural Law
1/13-3/08
Online
This course is designed to make the student aware of the legalities of the farm business in regard to estate planning, leasing, contracts and legal liability.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 2.00
Online: $ 436
AGB-235-501
Intro to Agriculture Markets
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is an overview of the structure, economics, organization, and function of the world food marketing system. Topics in past, present and future domestic and worldwide market issues are discussed. The course examines how the marketing system is influenced by governmental and private policy and effects those policies have on producers, commodity handlers, processors, middlemen, and consumers. Basic marketing and merchandising strategies are also covered.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGB-330-801
Farm Business Management
1/13-3/08
Online
This course is a study of the use of the principles of farm management in developing a farm or farm business operation.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGB-336-501
Agricultural Selling
1/13-5/03
Online
This course addresses the principles of selling applied to agricultural settings. Examination of agricultural consumers' buying habits and the development of sales strategies to meet these consumers' needs and wants serves as a foundation of the course. Two main activities dominate this course: students spend a day shadowing an agricultural sales professional to observe and report on specific practices, and in a final activity, students prepare and deliver a sales presentation to an agricultural sales professional.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGC-216-501
Career Seminar
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is designed to help students explore and discover the many opportunities that are available in the profession of agriculture and related industries both nationally and internationally.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2.00
Online: $ 436
AGC-403-501
Sustainable Agriculture
1/13-5/03
Online
This course provides students the necessary information and knowledge to successfully convert their farming operation from conventional to organic farming, including transitioning farming methods that enhance their future organic farm productivity.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2.00
Online: $ 436
AGC-420-501
Issues in Agriculture
1/13-5/03
Online
This course provides students the opportunity to collect, discuss, interpret, and defend current economic, environmental and social issues that affect the production of agricultural commodities.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGH-284-501
Pesticide Application Cert
1/13-5/03
Online
This course reviews the materials and testing procedures required to become a certified commercial pesticide applicator.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGS-113-501
Survey of the Animal Industry
1/13-5/03
Online
This lecture and lab course introduces the student to a broad spectrum of animal science. Beef, swine, sheep, dairy, horse and poultry production are presented. Some exotic and nontraditional livestock are discussed.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGS-113-502
Survey of the Animal Industry
1/13-5/03
Online
This lecture and lab course introduces the student to a broad spectrum of animal science. Beef, swine, sheep, dairy, horse and poultry production are presented. Some exotic and nontraditional livestock are discussed.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGS-226-501
Beef Cattle Science
1/13-5/03
Online
This course will provide students an understanding of the retail beef industry. Students will learn concepts related to the important management decisions cow-calf, yearling-stocker producers must make. Also included are animal health concerns including prevention and treatment strategies. Proper ruminant nutrition balance rations and forage management will also be discussed.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGS-242-501
Animal Health
1/13-5/03
Online
This course provides information about the cause, nature, prevention, and treatment of common health problems of farm animals. Topics include identifying animal behavior and developing a herd health program.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGS-319-501
Animal Nutrition
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is a comprehensive study of animal nutrition. Topics include digestive systems, feedstuffs, processing, nutrition values, ration formulation and practical application.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
AGS-319-502
Animal Nutrition
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is a comprehensive study of animal nutrition. Topics include digestive systems, feedstuffs, processing, nutrition values, ration formulation and practical application.
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
Online: $ 654
ANT-105-501
Cultural Anthropology
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is a cross-cultural study of the variety of human adaptations to physical, social and cultural environments, primarily in terms of subsistence, technology, social groupings, government, economic organization, religion and aesthetics.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Rana
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 32.00
Online: $ 654
ANT-105-502
Cultural Anthropology
1/13-5/03
Online
This course is a cross-cultural study of the variety of human adaptations to physical, social and cultural environments, primarily in terms of subsistence, technology, social groupings, government, economic organization, religion and aesthetics.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 32.00
Online: $ 654
ART-101-502
Art Appreciation
1/13-5/03
Online
This course explores the creative process emphasizing art as a visual form of communication. It presents useful criteria for evaluation and enjoyment of art through the development of visual vocabulary and knowledge of art processes, as well as art in a historical context.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 52.00
Online: $ 654
ART-101-503
Art Appreciation
1/13-5/03
Online
This course explores the creative process emphasizing art as a visual form of communication. It presents useful criteria for evaluation and enjoyment of art through the development of visual vocabulary and knowledge of art processes, as well as art in a historical context.
No book required - embedded in course
NET WEB LEC
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 52.00
Online: $ 654
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4647 Stone Avenue
Sioux City, Iowa 51106
Call 800.349.4649 or 712.274.6400
800.352.4649
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