Current Distance Learning Classes

Sociology (HVCC)….3 college credits
Spring
Semester, 2018

This course introduces scientific approaches to the study of humans and other organisms including: background, biological basis, development, perception, motivation, learning, states of consciousness, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapy.

General Psychology (HVCC)….3 college credits
Spring Semester, 2018

This course introduces scientific approaches to the study of humans and other organisms including: background, biological basis, development, perception, motivation, learning, states of consciousness, personality, abnormal behavior and psychotherapy.

 

Financial Accounting (SUNY Delhi)….3 college credits
Full Year 2018-2019

During the first twenty weeks the following topics will be covered: Changes that affect owner's equity, Analyzing transactions into debit and credit parts, Recording transactions in a general journal, Posting from a general journal to a general ledger, Cash control systems, Worksheets, Financial Statements, Recording, Adjusting and Closing Entries.

 The second half of the year will cover: Journalizing Purchases and Cash Payments Journalizing Sales and Cash Receipts Posting to General and Subsidiary Ledgers Preparing Payroll Records Payroll Accounting, Taxes and Reports Worksheets Financial Statements for a Partnership Recording Adjusting and Closing Entries for a Partnership. Finally, a simulation will be done that culminates the year's activities.


Pre-Calculus (SUNY Delhi)….3 college credits
Fall Semester, 2018

This is course in which students are exposed to a variety of techniques (e.g., numerical, geometric, and algebraic) for solving problems. The use of technology, specifically the TI-83 graphing calculator or higher, is an important part of the course. Topics studied are data analysis, mathematical modeling, and functions, including polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and more.

Calculus (SUNY Delhi).....4 college credits
Spring Semester, 2019

The goal of this course is for students to gain an understanding of the two main concepts of calculus - namely, the derivative and the definite integral. These concepts are developed through problem solving in which the Rule of Three (i.e., every topic should be presented geometrically, numerically, and algebraically) is the guiding principle. Technology, specifically the TI-83 or TI-85 graphing is used extensively. Topics studied are functions, the derivative, the definite integral (approximated using a Riemann sum), algebraic differentiation, and applications of the derivative.