ART1020 (Intro to Drawing) Length: Semester Available for grades: 9-12 Fee: $15 An introductory drawing course for non-majors. Line, shape, perspective and light logic will be discussed. Using these techniques, students will develop their drawing skills. Some reading and writing will be required.
ART1080 (Photoshop & Digital Media) Length:Year Available for grades: 9-12 Fee: $20 This course offers non-majors an opportunity to become intermediate users of the world's leading professional CG application and gain a familiarity of skills required to develop and produce digital media at a professional level within the life long learning expectations of a General Education environment. The course focus will be on using Adobe Photoshop as a tool to produce CG imagery for web design, video production, photo illustration, digital publishing and animation. Adobe Illustrator, Premiere, inDesign HTML, and Autodesk Maya will be introduced as required.
ART1240 (Screen Printing) Length: Semester Available for grades:10-12 Fee: $15 Students will create designs that they will prepare and print using a direct emulsion stencil. They will learn screen preparation and stencil application. Most projects will be printed on paper.
ART1630 (Computer Graphics Essentials/3D Animation) Length: Semester Available for grades: 9-12 Fee: $15 You can take this semester long concurrent enrollment course as a standalone college level class or in place of the first half of Digital Media 2. You will earn both high school graduation credits as well as 3 hours of college credits. This college level course is an introduction to the theory, design techniques, and computer skills required to properly create 3D images, models, and animation. Hand-drawn style/2D animation principles will be covered as a foundation, but the focus will be creating 3D projects using industry level computer software. It focuses on exploring the fundamentals of scripting, modeling, texturing, lighting, rendering, animation, and compositing while applying the basic and advanced principles of storytelling and design.
CMGT1220 (Woodworking & Millwork I) Length:Year Available for grades:9-12 Fee: $20 This course explores the basic principles of woodworking. Safety will be discussed in depth. Topics include the theory & hands-on application of joinery, design, cut-lists, stock preparation & assembly. An assigned skill building project utilizing techniques such as frame & panel construction. Includes an introduction to use wood veneers as a sustainable practice.
DANC1010 (Introductory to Dance) Length: Semester Available for grades:10-12 Fee: $15/$30 An introduction to dance providing a knowledge base from which to experience dance from a variety of viewpoints: historically, culturally, aesthetically, critically, and creatively. This course takes a close-up look at the rules, messages, and meanings embodied in dance around the world. This is a writing intensive course. Students are expected to attend dance concerts and cultural dance experiences outside regularly scheduled class time. Open to all students. This is also a CE course that fulfills a general education Creative Arts and a Diversity requirement for any college or University. The fee is $30 for Weber enrollment and then $5 each credit. It is a 3 credits class.
ENGL1010 (Intro to Writing) Length: Semester Available for grades:12thFee: $15 Development of critical literacies-reading, writing and thinking using methods of knowledge-making. Promotes awareness of rhetorical strategies as they apply to a variety of socio-cultural contexts.
ENGL2010 (Intermediate Writing) Length: Semester Available for grades: 12thFee: $15 Extends principles of rhetorical awareness and knowledge making introduced in English 1010 and increases the ideological engagement within the classroom. Interrogates socioeconomic and political issues. Course may be taught with a Service Learning component.
ESL1010 (Advanced II Listening & Speaking) Length: Semester Available for grades: 11-12 Fee: $25 This course develops academic listening and speaking skills of advanced level students who are interested in pursuing an academic degree at Salt Lake Community College. Learners work on academic vocabulary development, academic listening skills development, development of effective note-taking, and academic discussions and presentation skills. Course materials include authentic academic lectures and texts. Activities include giving formal presentations, engaging in small group discussions, and reporting on basic research. Successful completion of this course indicates that students are college-ready.
ESL1020 (Advanced II Reading & Writing) Length: Semester Available for grades: 11-12 Fee: $25 This course develops academic reading, writing, and research skills of advanced ESL students. Students are introduced to languages skills necessary for successful completion of introductory university content courses. Learner outcomes include academic vocabulary development, improvement in reading and comprehension of university textbook materials, and development of the academic essay and research paper writing skills. Students read and present material both verbally and in writing, write essays, and complete a research paper. Successful completion of this course satisfies English placement requirements for ENGL 1010.
ETHS2400 (Intro to Ethnic Studies) Length: Semester Available for grades: 9-12 Fee: $15 A comparative look at the experience of ethnic groups designed to develop a consciousness of the social, economic, political, cultural and historical forces that shape the development of ethnic groups; provide a framework for a socio-cultural analysis of discrimination and prejudice in the experiences of people of color; foster cross-cultural communication; and enrich individual cultural identity.
FLM1045 (Beginning Film Production) Length: Year Available for grades: 11-12 Fee: $30 As a junior or senior, you can take this year long concurrent enrollment course in place of Video Productions 1 & 2 or if you have already taken VP1 & 2 and want to create independent films. You will earn both high school graduation credits as well as 6 hours of college credits. This is an intensive video workshop experience in which students, while crewing in their area of specialization, will develop skills of Pre-Production planning, complete on-site production setup and shooting, and the post-production mastering of projects up to 15 minutes in length. It is required for anyone wanting a film major. It includes all aspects of filmmaking found in Video Productions 1 and Video Productions 2 with the added benefits of higher expectations of a college level course. This course is essential for those who want to make film making a central focus of their future personal creativity, educational development, or professional career.
HIST1700 (American Civilization) Length: Semester Available for grades: 11-12 Fee: $15 From the Pre-Columbian period to nearly the present, this course examines the social, political and economic development of American institutions through the historical lens.
MA1100 (Medical Terminology) Length: YearAvailable for grades: 10-12 Fee: $15 Course format is lecture supplemented with videos and discussion covering medical word roots, suffixes, and prefixes. Emphasis is placed on pronunciation, spelling, and proper usage of medical terms. Medical abbreviations are also introduced.
MATH1030 (Quantitative Reasoning) Length: Semester Available for grades: 9 - 12Fee: $15 This course is an appropriate culminating mathematics course for the general studies or liberal arts student majoring in humanities or other programs not related to math and science. The course covers a broad scope of mathematical topics as they apply to real-world problems. Topics include reasoning and number sense, finance matters, probability and statistics, and modeling.
MATH1050 (College Algebra) and MATH1060 (Trigonometry) Length: Semester Available for grades: 11 - 12 Fee: $72.50 -$20 tuition first semester, $15 second, $18.75 book fee each semester The course is an algebra and trigonometry class designed to prepare students to enter either engineering or calculus courses. College Algebra satisfies quantitative literacy requirements for graduation. Students not intending to take calculus should investigate math 1030 or math 1040 as alternate courses that satisfy the quantitative literacy requirement. College Algebra explores a variety of algebra topics, though in a more thorough and in-depth way than an intermediate-level algebra course. Topics include functions and graphing, including polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic; systems of equations, matrices, inverse matrices, and determinants; partial fractional decomposition; conic sections; sequences and series; the binomial theorem. Trigonometry will prepare students for calculus by covering concepts and facts required for a major in math, physics, chemistry, engineering, and computer science, as well as many of the life sciences. The courseincludes trigonometric functions and their graphs developed using circular and triangular methods including inverses; trigonometric identity proofs, polar coordinates, parametric equations, solving triangles and an introduction to vectors.
NDT1110 (Intro to Non-Destructive Testing) Length: Semester Available for grades: 11-12 Fee: $15 An introduction to the five major non-destructive testing methods, certification requirements, inspectors responsibilities, visual testing and the use and operation of gauges.
WLD1005 (Related Welding) Length: Year Available for grades: 9-12 Fee: $15 Students will learn basic principles of the arc and acetylene welding including flat and horizontal welds; brazing and cutting techniques.
HTHS1120 (Case Studies in Health Science) Length: Year Available for grades:11-12 Fee: $15 This is a WSU Online course designed for students wishing to explore health professional career paths using case study models. Each case study focuses on a disease process. Progression through each case study involves a review of anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, medical terminology, and a study of health professional's including their educational and training requirements. Additionally, the student will explore key medical diagnostic tests (e.g. laboratory, imaging) used in patient disease diagnosis, management and prevention. The course emphasizes the importance of the team approach to patient care.
RHS2175 (Introduction to Sports Medicine) Length: Year Available for grades:11-12 Fee: $15 Presents the duties and functions of the certified athletic trainer and their relationship to other allied health care and sports medicine professionals. The course will focus on the fundamental causes, prevention, recognition, care, reconditioning of athletic injuries/illnesses, and program organization and administration. The course will include curriculum involving sports psychology, nutrition, injuries and how they heal, performance enhancement and therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation
DANC1010 (Introductory to Dance) Length: Semester Available for grades:10-12 Fee: $15 An introduction to dance providing a knowledge base from which to experience dance from a variety of viewpoints: historically, culturally, aesthetically, critically, and creatively. This course takes a close-up look at the rules, messages, and meanings embodied in dance around the world. This is a writing intensive course. Students are expected to attend dance concerts and cultural dance experiences outside regularly scheduled class time. Open to all students.
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French3116 (Adventure and Discovery: Journey in the Francophone Worlds/Aventures et Découvertes: Voyages à travers les mondes français et francophones) Length: Year Available for grades:10-12 Fee: $15 The themes of discovery and adventure can be found in many cultural artifacts and literature in the French and Francophone worlds. Students will explore themes of discovery, adventure and journey in the French and Francophone worlds through the prism of the fine arts, history, music, texts, film, and other areas. Students will be exposed to a variety of approaches such as project-based instruction, class discussion, and reaction papers.