Schedule of Classes




2022 Winter: January 12 - March 29
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Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
ASC 601 Graduate Writing Skills (0)
(Recommended preparation for students who want to improve their writing skills.) Develop the skills needed for effective academic writing. Improve your grammar and punctuation skills. Summarize and synthesize texts, and develop well-organized essays, integrating sources into writing. Format academic papers according to APA style. Revise writing to produce clear, concise documents.
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1266 9040 12 Jan 2022-15 Feb 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Wagner, Phillip E Syllabus Course Materials
ASC 601 Graduate Writing Skills (0)
(Recommended preparation for students who want to improve their writing skills.) Develop the skills needed for effective academic writing. Improve your grammar and punctuation skills. Summarize and synthesize texts, and develop well-organized essays, integrating sources into writing. Format academic papers according to APA style. Revise writing to produce clear, concise documents.
1270 9080 23 Feb 2022-29 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Johnson, Tracey J Syllabus Course Materials
ASC 603 Introduction to Accounting and Financial Management (0)
(Recommended preparation for students who want a foundational background in accounting and finance.) Engage in a basic study of accounting and financial management concepts and their use in analyzing financial statements and estimating the value of long-term capital projects and investments. Analyze the financial statements of actual companies using financial ratios. Apply time value of money concepts to determine the current and future value of financial and real assets/investments. Develop an appreciation for how financial management and accounting information can be used to support financial assessment analysis, valuation, and decision making in various contexts.
1456 9080 23 Feb 2022-29 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Eppleman, Michelle J Syllabus Course Materials
ASC 605 Basic Information Technology (0)
(Recommended preparation for students who want a background in the basic configurations of computer hardware and operating systems software, especially those entering the cybersecurity technology, cyber operations, cybersecurity policy, and digital forensics programs who do not have a background in computing.) Explore concepts of computing. Discuss computer systems (including computer hardware and hardware components, computer software, and networks) and the internet. Develop your understanding of the privacy and security issues related to computing and the internet.
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1267 9040 12 Jan 2022-15 Feb 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Moustafa, Rida E Syllabus Course Materials
ASC 605 Basic Information Technology (0)
(Recommended preparation for students who want a background in the basic configurations of computer hardware and operating systems software, especially those entering the cybersecurity technology, cyber operations, cybersecurity policy, and digital forensics programs who do not have a background in computing.) Explore concepts of computing. Discuss computer systems (including computer hardware and hardware components, computer software, and networks) and the internet. Develop your understanding of the privacy and security issues related to computing and the internet.
1271 9080 23 Feb 2022-29 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Moustafa, Rida E Syllabus Course Materials
ASC 609 Essentials of Computer Programming (0)
(Recommended preparation for students with little or no programming experience, especially those entering the cybersecurity technology, cyber operations, cybersecurity policy, and digital forensics programs.) Recommended: ASC 605. Gain hands-on experience in creating computer programs. Explore all aspects of basic programming, including variables, arrays, conditions, and input/output. Build a foundation for more advanced work in computer programming.
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1268 9040 12 Jan 2022-15 Feb 2022 Closed Online
Faculty: Amores, Galo Syllabus Course Materials
ASC 611 Structure of Computer Programming (0)
"(Recommended preparation for students with some programming experience, typically with older languages such as PRG and COBOL, especially those entering the cybersecurity technology, cyber operations, cybersecurity policy, and digital forensics,bioinformatics, data analytics, database technology, or software engineering programs.) Prerequisite: ASC 609. Gain hands-on experience in creating computer programs. Explore aspects of programming related to the structure of the program, including loops, procedures/functions, and leveraging other software libraries/packages."
1272 9080 23 Feb 2022-29 Mar 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Bennett, Tommy Eugene Syllabus Course Materials
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