You will learn about concepts, theory, and knowledge through the application of your skills to specific problems and activities. Complete a minimum of 3 credits from the below courses.
|CGS ART 161x||Introduction to Photography||
Black and white still photography: the camera, the negative, the print. Lecture-lab.
|CGS BUS 201x||Introductory Accounting||
Fundamental principles, terminology, techniques, and applications; books, accounts and financial statements for retailing and wholesaling concerns; treatment and presentation of proprietorship, partnership and corporate accounts.
B.S. in Business Administration students please note: CGS BUS 201(Introductory Accounting) may be taken to satisfy elective credits in the major. Students enrolling in BUS 201 must complete the competency set before enrolling in either the Financial Accounting or Managerial Accounting competency areas (BAEF 200x, 201x, 210x, or 211x). If enrollment in one of these projects has started, then enrollment in BUS 201 is not permitted. Please contact your Academic Success Coach with questions.
|CGS CPS 139x||Web Page Development||
Development of web pages using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. Introduction to XML documents and XHTML standards. This course involves extensive hands-on experience.
|CGS CTA 103x||Introduction to Public Speaking||
Study of the principles and techniques of effective speaking and listening in a variety of selected communication experiences.
|CGS EGR 110x||Engineering Graphics||
An introductory course in engineering graphics focusing on graphical communication. Topics include descriptive geometry elements, visualization, engineering drawing techniques, orthographic projection, pictorial representation, auxiliary views, section views, and basic dimensioning. The course incorporates computer aided drafting (CAD) with engineering applications using 2-D drawing and 3-D modeling techniques.
|ENGLISH 206x||Introduction to Business & Technical Communications||
Students will learn to assess communication situations using core rhetorical principles of audience, purpose, and context, and, after study and practice, will demonstrate their competency in producing key verbal and written genres such as email, memos, letters, presentations, and reports.
For B.S. in Information Science & Technology students: Area IV, Cross-Functional Electives
For Associate of Arts & Science Students: This course transfers to the AAS program as CGS ENG 206x.
|ENGLISH 435x||Rhetoric and Professional Writing||
Theories and practices of rhetoric and professional writing with attention to business, technical, and community contexts.
For Associate of Arts & Sciences students: This course transfers to the AAS program as CGS ENG/BUS 210x, satisfying the Applied Scholarship and Application & Performance general education requirement.