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2.6 BC 105 KEYBOARDING                                        2.6   BC INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS                                     2.5 23. Use utility manager.
    1. Develop the ability to operate the                     2.7   1. Use the mouse and the desktop.                                2.6 24. Use keyboard options.
2.6 computer keyboard.                                        2.7   2. Use the Start menu and Control Panel.                             25. Activate sounds, display, and mouse
    2. Demonstrate appropriate techniques for                 2.7   3. Launch Programs.                                              2.5 options in accessibility options.
2.7 all key reaches.                                          2.7   4. Use the taskbar and understand the menus.                     2.6 26. Install and remove programs.
    3. Develop documents that are vertically and                    5. Use keyboard shortcuts and dialog box                         2.5 27. Use the program compatibility wizard.
2.6 horizontally created on paper of any size.                2.7   controls.                                                            28. Add and remove windows components, and
    4. Keyboard letters, memos, forms, tables,                2.7   6. Use scroll bars and document navigation keys.                 2.5 use windows update.
2.5 and reports of varying levels of difficulty.                    7. Minimize, maximize, restore, resize, and                          29. Run disk backup, cleanup, error-checking
    5. Keyboard at a minimum of _____ words per               2.7   move windows.                                                    2.5 tool, scheduling tasks, and disk defragmenter.
    minute from straight copy for five minutes with five or   2.7   8. Arrange and use multiple windows.                                 30. Use system information, system history,
2.6 fewer errors.                                             2.5   9. Use System Restore.                                               network diagnostics, and Dr. Watson to
                                                                    10. Select drive and folder properties and                       2.5 maintain operating system.
2.6 BC 131 RECORDS MANAGEMENT                                 2.7   contents.                                                        2.5 31. Use the System Configuration Utility.
    1. Demonstrate proper filing procedure                    2.7   11. Change the view and sort by using file details.              2.7 32. Use Windows Task Manager.
    including collecting material to be filed,                2.5   12. Copy a floppy disk.                                              33. Open system properties and use the Device
    inspecting for time stamp/release mark,                   2.5   13. Format a floppy disk.                                        2.5 Manager.
    indexing, coding cross-referencing, sorting,                  14. Create, rename, copy, delete, and move a                           34. Understand hardware profiles and set
2.7 placing cards in file and arranging in file.              2.6 folder and subfolders.                                             2.5 performance options.
                                                              2.6 15. Recover a file from the Recycle Bin.
      2. Demonstrate proper filing procedure                                                                                               35. Set up a new user account, delete a user
                                                              2.5 16. Use search to find files.
      including organizing, indexing, coding in                                                                                            account, modify settings for user accounts,
      directories and subdirectories on personal                    17. Expand and collapse the folder hierarchy                           switch users, and use the shared documents
2.6   computer                                                2.7   in Windows Explorer.                                             2.4   folder.
2.6   3. Apply current ARMA rules for filing.                 2.6   18. Select multiple files.                                             36. Explore my network places and search for a
2.5   4. Manage classified and confidential files.            2.6   19. Customize the Desktop.                                       2.5   computer.
      5. Demonstrate proper procedures for the                2.5   20. Modify the Quick Launch toolbar.                             2.6   37. Manage file sharing and printer sharing.
      operation and control of manual storage                 2.6   21. Open Control Panel and adjust views.                         2.5   38. Map and disconnect drives.
2.5   systems.                                                    22. Change mouse, keyboard, regional system,
    6. Identify equipment and supplies used for                   printer, and power settings using the Control
2.5 records management.                                       2.5 Panel.


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2.7 BC 191 HUMAN RELATIONS                                   3. Assemble, collate, and staple duplicate         2.6   18. Determine percent of change.
    1. Exhibit honesty, tact, diplomacy, respect for   2.5   materials.                                         2.5   19. Calculate the cost of installment buying.
    others, positive assertiveness, positive           2.5   4. Operate facsimile machine.                      2.5   20. Calculate the percent of add-on interest.
2.6 attitude.                                          2.5   5. Perform basic maintenance on equipment.         2.5   21. Calculate the value of an inventory.
    2. Exhibit initiative, respect for diversity and   1.3   6. Create a web page using FrontPage.              2.5   22. Calculate the potential profit of an inventory.
2.6 recognition of others' strengths.                  1.3   7. Create hyperlinks using FrontPage.              2.5   23. Calculate extensions and compute a discount.
2.6 3. Demonstrate self-confidence.                    1.3   8. Import text using FrontPage.                    2.5   24. Calculate the value of each denomination.
2.6 4. Display positive attitude.                            9. Use color, graphics, and multimedia files to          25. Transfer data from petty cash vouchers to a
2.6 5. Project professionalism.                        1.3   create web pages.                                  2.5   petty cash record.
2.7 6. Respond positively to criticism.                1.3   10. Adding and formatting text using FrontPage.    2.5   26. Calculate expenditures by date and category.
2.7 7. Demonstrate respect and support for others.           11. Import video files onto computer using               27. Calculate customer account balances in
2.7 8. Perform as a team member.                       2.3   MovieMaker software.                               2.5   individual ledger accounts.
2.7 9. Demonstrate loyalty to others.                  2.3   12. Import pictures from digital camcorder.        2.5   28. Calculate payroll.
    10. Describe acceptable conduct in the                   13. Edit video and pictures using MovieMaker
    following relationships: employee/employer,        2.3   software and PowerPoint.                           2.6 BC 118 WORD PROCESSING II
2.7 employee/co-worker, and employee/public.                 14. Demonstrate how to enter appointments              1. Apply, create, redefine, modify and rename
    11. Develop good grooming and personal             2.5   and keep a calendar using Palm Pilot.              2.7 styles.
2.7 hygiene.                                                 15. Demonstrate how to key memos on Palm               2. Use style options, AutoFormat and Style
    12. Create and maintain effective and              2.5   Pilot and download and print from computer.        2.7 Gallery.
2.7 productive work relationships.                     2.5   16. Scan images using scanner.                     2.7 3. Use, create, attach and modify templates.
2.6 13. Maintain a professional reading file.          2.5   17. Scan in text using OCR function of scanner.    2.7 4. Use Organizer and wizards.
2.7 14. Analyze ways to gain self-knowledge.                 18. Ability to change, correct, and print          2.6 5. Create main document and data source.
    15. Describe and practice ways of building         2.5   scanned images and text.                               6. Insert merge fields in main document and
2.6 self-confidence and self-esteem.                                                                            2.6 perform mail merge.
    16. Describe and practice various ways of          2.6   BC 135 BUSINESS MATH                               2.6 7. Use data from other applications.
2.6 dealing with stress.                               2.6   1. Operate a ten-key pad using the touch method.   2.6 8. Edit an existing main document.
2.7 17. Identify personal strengths and weaknesses.    2.6   2. Solve business problems using addition.         2.6 9. Sort and filter a data source.
    18. Compare and contrast basic management          2.6   3. Audit and correct a report.                     2.6 10. Create mailing labels.
2.7 styles.                                            2.6   4. Solve business problems using percentages.          11. Work with/modify shapes and the drawing
    19. Describe common impositions of                 2.6   5. Solve business problems using division.         2.6 canvas.
2.6 employees and co-workers.                          2.6   6. Complete deposit tickets.                       2.6 12. Control order, group and align shapes.
2.6 20. List ways to develop good work habits.               7. Prepare a checkbook record and determine        2.6 13. Insert, move and format clip art.
2.6 21. Demonstrate time management skills.            2.6   checkbook balance.                                     14. Create WordArt, insert/format text boxes,
    22. Identify purposes and goals of student         2.6   8. Reconcile a bank statement.                     2.6 create watermark.
2.6 organization.                                      2.6   9. Calculate an average.                           2.6 15. Apply character and paragraph formatting.
    23. Participate in course activities sponsored     2.6   10. Prepare a daily sales report.                  2.6 16. Create and modify styles.
    by the student organization (meetings,             2.6   11. Verify totals.                                     17. Find and replace special characters and
    programs, and other projects that require          2.6   12. Round numbers.                                 2.6 formats.
2.6 specialized skills and concepts).                  2.6   13. Determine cost of inventory.                   2.5 18. Create newsletter-style column layout.
                                                       2.6   14. Compute profit and sales income.               2.5 19. Create pull quote and link text boxes.
2.1 BC 182 OFFICE MACHINES                             2.6   15. Determine sales tax.                           2.5 20. Work with multi-section layout.
    1. Demonstrate proper telephone techniques         2.6   16. Read a price list and calculate taxes.             21. Create/edit/modify diagrams, charts, chart
2.5 and etiquette.                                           17. Complete customer order forms and              2.5 data and chart types.
2.5 2. Operate a photocopier.                          2.6   prepare a daily report.


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      22. Create charts by using data from other             5. Identify tools in toolbars, menus, and                36. Measure type in points, picas, inches and
2.5   applications.                                    2.8   palettes.                                            2.4 centimeters.
2.5   23. Add and modify chart options.                2.8   6. Used editing tools (cut, copy, paste).                37. Determine and adjust font attributes (bold,
2.5   24. Format charts and chart elements.            2.7   7. Create and modify personal information sets.      2.8 italics, underline, reverse, strikethrough).
2.4   25. Create Web page, insert/modify frames.       2.8   8. Use task panes to create publications.            2.8 38. Create and change bulleted/numbered lists.
2.5   26. Insert fields and change field properties.   2.8   9. Open, save, print and close a publications.           39. Determine and apply character and word
2.5   27. View, edit and update field codes.                 10. Access available resources to solve prob-            spacing (tracking, kerning, widening, horizontal
      28. Understand, use bookmarks in fields,         2.8   lems (Internet, reference manuals, help screens).    2.7 scale).
2.5   control print options for field codes.                 11. Explain copyright issues related to                  40. Import graphics from various sources (soft-
2.5   29. Create template to use as form.              2.7   desktop publishing (legal and ethical).                  ware specific libraries, other applications,
      30. Insert fields in a form & work with form           12. Determine the most appropriate type of           2.7 Internet).
2.5   field options.                                         desktop publication based upon the purpose               41. Manipulate graphics (resizing, cropping,
2.5   31. Protect, save and use form.                        of the publication, intended audience, life of       2.8 scaling, rotating, group).
2.5   32. Edit form and insert table in a form.        2.6   publication, cost limits, and time constraints.      2.7 42. Create scanned files.
2.5   33. Create, run and edit macro.                  2.7   13. Set margins using Page Setup Command.            2.6 43. Create files from digital camera.
2.5   34. Copy, rename and delete macros.              2.8   14. Create columns.                                      44. Determine appropriate file formats (bmp,
2.5   35. Customize menus and toolbars.                2.8   15. Set guttering.                                   2.6 tiff, jpeg, gif, pict, eps).
      36. Add, view, edit and format footnotes and     2.5   16. Set double-sides facing pages.                   2.7 45. Download graphics from Internet.
2.5   endnotes.                                        2.0   17. Create and utilize master pages.                 2.5 46. Apply object linking in publication.
      37. Move, copy, deletion of footnotes and        2.3   18. Create, edit and save style sheets.              2.7 47. Modify the text flow around a graphic.
2.5   endnotes.                                        2.8   19. Create an effective focal point.                     48. Use Format Painter and apply and change
      38. Change placement and numbering of            2.8   20. Utilize pasteboard.                              2.7 styles.
2.5   footnotes and endnotes.                          2.7   21. Create and modify templates.                         49. Compare the advantages and disadvant-
2.5   39. Summarize document content.                  2.8   22. Apply layering techniques in publications.           ages of printer types in terms of their
      40. Create, collapse, expand, and navigate an    2.8   23. Adjust or change color in a layout.              2.6 appropriateness for desktop publishing.
2.5   outline.                                               24. Create a template for a preprinted form          2.6 50. Format document for selected printer.
2.5   41. Reorganize and number an outline.            2.7   (label, business card, pamphlet).                        51. Prepare desktop publishing document for
      42. Identify index entries, format and compile         25. Print on preprinted forms (business card,        2.5 export to Internet.
2.5   an index.                                        2.8   pamphlet).                                               52. Explain the importantance of white space
2.5   43. Edit and update an index.                          26. Create a text block and use frames in            2.6 in a publication.
      44. Create, format, edit and update a table of   2.8   publication.                                         2.7 53. Use WordArt to create a logo.
2.5   contents.                                              27. Import text files and word processing                54. Use Design Checker to check for potential
2.4   45. Create and share master documents.           2.8   documents into publication.                          2.0 design problems.
2.4   46. Edit, move, split and merge subdocuments.    2.7   28. Edit articles to fit text boxes.                     55. Prepare publications for outside printing
      47. Create a table of contents and index in a          29. Import charts, text, or tables from              2.0 using the Pack and Go feature.
2.4   master document.                                 2.7   spreadsheet or database software.                    2.8 56. Create a flyer with text and graphics.
                                                             30. Use text objects and associated features         2.8 57. Produce an advertisement.
2.6 BC 122 DESKTOP PUBLISHING                                (word wrapping, drop caps, initial caps,                 58. Produce business forms (business cards,
2.8 1. Define terms related to desktop publishing.     2.8   sizing, color, linkage, frames).                     2.8 letterhead, desk notes).
    2. Describe functions of hardware compon-          2.8   31. Adjust paragraph attributes.                         59. Create and explain multi-page documents
2.8 ents required for desktop publishing.              2.8   32. Create tables and indents in text blocks.        2.6 (newsletters, magazines).
    3. Compare functions/features of software          2.8   33. Create bulleted list using special characters.       60. Create and explain brochures (single,
2.8 used for desktop publishing.                       2.7   34. Compose news articles and feature stories.       2.7 multiple page, tri-fold).
2.8 4. Label all components of the desktop.            2.7   35. Compose headlines and captions.


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    61. Create and explain mailing pieces              2.7 6. Explain professional and personal negligence.           16. Conduct organized networking appoint-
2.8 (product labels, business reply cards).                7. Understand laws governing copyrights,                   ments, leave resume, ask for referrals, get ref-
    62. Create, edit and fill in tables with borders   2.6 trademarks and patents.                              2.0   erences, send thank-you letters, and follow up.
2.8 and shading.                                           8. Understand laws regarding employment,                   17. Concentrate on direct telephone or face-to-
1.0 63. Create and plan a Web site with links.         2.6 both as employer and employee.                       2.0   face contacts with employers.
    64. Create and explain electronic forms for            9. Develop working knowledge of wills,               2.1   18. Plan and organize daily job searches.
1.0 Web pages.                                         2.8 intestacy, and trusts.                                     19. Contact employees in field to get current
                                                           10. Know nature and kinds of negotiable              2.0   information about jobs and hiring processes.
2.1 BC 193 ACCOUNTING II                               2.7 instruments.                                         2.4   20. Dress and act professionally.
    1. Accurately complete and correct 1st prac-           11. Develop working knowledge of computers,                21. Develop Job Qualifications Profile to
2.7 tice set using skills learned in Accounting I.     2.6 e-commerce and the law.                              2.3   market yourself.
    2. Successfully complete audit test for 1st                                                                       22. Research prospective employers, develop
    practice set demonstrating interpretation of       2.3 BC 175 JOB PREPARATION                                     job/career related vocabulary, and research
2.7 data and filtering information skills.                 1. Use positive self-talk. Avoid grammatical         2.1   interviewer to gain competitive edge.
    3. Accurately complete and correct 2nd prac-       2.7 errors, slang and credibility-robbing terms.               23. Use positive body language to project trust
2.8 tice set using skills learned in Accounting I.     2.7 2. Use affirmation statements.                       2.3   and credibility.
    4. Successfully complete audit test for 2nd        2.7 3. Write clear short-term and long-term goals.             24. Practice polished interview techniques and
    practice set demonstrating interpretation of           4. Develop a resume, references, and cover           2.2   closing the interview skillfully.
2.7 data and filtering information skills.             2.7 letter.                                              2.0   25. Prepare a script for getting interviews.
    5. Accurately complete and correct 3rd practice        5. Practice assertive behavior and proactive         2.3   26. Research tapping into hidden job markets.
2.5 set.                                               2.4 skills.                                                    27. Research and practice interview styles:
      6. Successfully complete audit test for 3rd            6. Identify skills, abilities, work experience,          Overly structured; behavioral; screening; team;
      practice set using skills learned in                   values and work preferences to achieve a                 stress; tell me about yourself; multilevel;
2.6   Accounting I.                                    2.6   good job match.                                    2.0   telephone; computer-assisted; unstructured.
      7. Accurately complete and correct 4th                 7. Complete self-assessments to help match               28. Focus on proof by example to interview
2.0   practice set.                                          interests, values, or personality styles to        2.2   questions.
      8. Successfully complete audit test for 4th      2.6   appropriate career and job targets.                      29. Prepare and ask appropriate interview
1.0   practice set.                                          8. Identify job-specific skills and transferable   2.2   questions.
      9. Accurately complete and correct 5th prac-     2.6   career competencies.                               2.3   30. Research types of tests employers use.
1.0   tice set using skills learned in Accounting I.         9. Identify/use variety of career planning         2.3   31. Considering all aspects of a job offer.
      10. Successfully complete audit test for 5th     2.6   resources.                                         2.3   32. Evaluate a job rejection.
1.0   practice set.                                          10. Develop career portfolio of items to                 33. Develop a broad understanding of
                                                             demonstrate job qualifications for prospective     2.2   employment law.
2.7 BC 186 BUSINESS LAW/ETHICS                         2.6   employers.                                               34. Understand general employer expectations
    1. Demonstrate knowledge of business law                 11. Demonstrate flexibility, problem solving,      2.3   of new employees.
2.6 terminology.                                       2.6   and working well in teams.                               35. Know the correct procedure for resigning
    2. Understand and distinguish between                    12. Respect diversity, honor confidentiality,      2.3   from a job, and write a letter of resignation.
2.7 agreements and contracts.                          2.7   and maintain high ethical standards.
    3. Understand terminology and character-                 13. Develop support system: people who                 BC 194 & 195 IN-HOUSE TRAINING & ON-THE-JOB
2.6 istics related to property, real and personal.           motivate and help with resumes and                 2.4 TRAINING
    4. Understand ethical dilemmas commonly            2.7   letters.                                               1. Prepare and process documents and forms
2.6 faced today.                                       2.3   14. Complete a job application form.               2.3 related to OTJ/In-House Training. (Keyboarding)
    5. Demonstrate knowledge of laws                       15. Develop large job search network for job
2.8 concerning family.                                 2.3 leads.


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      2. Demonstrate file management through                 20. Create/edit two live projects such as tri-        5. Apply mail merge features to create letters,
      creating folders, organizing and managing          2.3 fold brochures, newsletters, certificates. (DP)   2.3 labels, and envelopes.
      files for various classes and projects             2.4 21. Verify calculations. (A)                      2.3 6. Demonstrate integrated software features.
2.3   assigned. (Intro to Computers)                         22. Distinguish between types of decisions            7. Proofread documents for accuracy,
      3. Ability to modify settings on desktop, add-     2.3 (economic, technical, social). (A)                2.7 readability, and usability.
2.4   ing shortcuts as needed. (Intro to Computers)      2.3 23. Demonstrate resource management skills. (A)   2.6 8. Exhibit appropriate workplace skills.
2.3   4. Set up new files. (RM)                              24. Describe factors that impact on decision          9. Print envelopes and labels, choose print
      5. File materials using alphabetic, numeric            making (needs/wants, values, goals,               2.3 options.
2.3   or subject filing system. (RM)                     2.4 standards). (JP)                                      10. Distribute documents via e-mail & insert
      6. Equip workstation with office supplies and          25. Complete 40-hour internship with area         2.3 hyperlinks.
2.3   office forms. (RM)                                     business in area of interest to reinforce
      7. Compose brief memos and letters, using          2.6 training and experience. (OJT)                    2.5 BC 153 SPREADSHEET MANAGEMENT
2.3   correct punctuation and grammar. (BE/C)                26. Complete second 40-hour internship with           1. Demonstrate the ability to create, edit and
      8. Keyboard, proofread and process various             area business in area of interest to reinforce    2.6 print spreadsheets.
2.3   pieces of correspondence. (BE/C)                   2.6 training and experience. (OJT)                        2. Apply methods of formatting to enhance
      9. Utilize problem solving skills (identify, de-                                                         2.6 worksheets.
      fine, analyze, assess, examine, offer solu-        2.6 BC 160 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS                    2.6 3. Create and analyze formulas and functions.
2.3   tion, implement). (BE/C)                           2.7 1. Examine communication fundamentals.            2.6 4. Construct charts using various chart options.
      10. Demonstrate the following qualities:               2. Analyze a communication situation and the          5. Demonstrate the ability to accurately
      Honesty, loyalty, cooperation, alertness,          2.7 audience.                                         2.6 calculate, sort and extract information.
      ambition, punctuality, interest, involvement,          3. Determine the most effective way to                6. Utilize templates and consolidate
      tact, patience, problem solving, confidence,       2.6 communicate, either oral or written.              2.6 worksheets/workbooks.
      sense of humor, dependability/reliability,             4. Prepare and deliver both oral and written      2.6 7. Apply analysis tools.
2.4   diversity, and initiative. (HR)                        communications through an acceptable              2.6 8. Demonstrate integrated features.
2.4   11. Respond positively to criticism. (HR)          2.6 business channel.                                     9. Proofread spreadsheets for accuracy,
2.4   12. Process incoming and outgoing mail. (OM)           5. Discuss and describe ethical behavior as it    2.6 readability and usability.
2.4   13. Duplicate materials on copier. (OM)            2.7 applies to the communication process.             2.0 10. Exhibit appropriate workplace skills.
      14. Process incoming/outgoing telephone            2.5 6. Collaborate in teams.
2.3   calls. (OM)                                            7. Proofread documents for accuracy,              2.4 BC 173 DATABASE MANAGEMENT
      15. Schedule employer appointments and             2.5 readability, and usability.                           1. Demonstrate the ability to design and
      meetings, maintain calendar, and verify            2.6 8. Exhibit appropriate workplace skills.          2.6 define a relational database.
2.4   dates. (OM)                                            9. Interpret, analyze, and confirm written        2.4 2. Create, customize, and print database objects.
      16. Create and edit two live projects, such as     2.5 instructions and procedures.                          3. Apply methods of formatting to enhance
      letters or reports, that include formatting,           10. Demonstrate proficiency in using              2.4 datasheets, forms, and reports.
      graphics, mail merges, and advanced                    reference materials: dictionary, thesaurus,           4. Manage the data by creating relationships,
2.4   features. (WP)                                     2.5 word books, & other materials.                    2.4 queries, sorts, and filters.
      17. Investigate legal and ethical issues with                                                                5. Customize properties to safeguard the
2.4   respect to live projects assigned. (BL)            2.6 BC 112 WORD PROCESSING                            2.4 database.
      18. Create/edit two live projects that include         1. Demonstrate the ability to create, edit and    2.4 6. Import and export data.
      formatting, formulas, charts, and advanced         2.9 print documents.                                  2.4 7. Demonstrate integrated functions.
2.2   features. (SS)                                     2.8 2. Apply formatting features and styles.              8. Proofread database objects for accuracy,
      19. Create/edit two live projects that include     2.7 3. Design, create and produce forms.              2.4 readability, and usability.
      queries, sorts, form and report generation.            4. Demonstrate the ability to accurately          2.0 9. Exhibit appropriate workplace skills.
2.2   (DB)                                                   create, format, edit, calculate, and sort
                                                         2.7 information within tables.

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2.4 BC BUSINESS ACCOUNTING
2.5 1. Define terminology related to accounting.
2.5 2. Record accounting transactions for business.
    3. Prepare and analyze journals, financial
2.5 statements, and schedules.
    4. Complete the accounting cycle, recording
2.5 adjustments and/or closing entries as required.
    5. Maintain cash control and reconcile bank
2.4 statement.
2.3 6. Maintain payroll records.
    7. Discuss and describe ethical behavior as it
2.4 applies to the accounting process.
    8. Proofread documents for accuracy,
2.4 readability, and usability.
2.4 9. Exhibit appropriate workplace skills.

For 2008 - 2009 Students Only
2.8 MATH 101 TECHNICAL MATH
     1. Calculate basic operations with whole
2.8 numbers, fractions, decimals and percents.
     2. Perform accurate measurements using the
     US Standard Measurement and the Metric
2.8 System.
2.8 3. Convert units within or between systems.
2.8 4. Apply basic formulas in the workplace.
2.8 5. Interpret graphic displays of information.
2.8 6. Use scientific notation to describe numbers.

2.8 ENG 101 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS
    1. Develop written technical documents and
2.8 reports appropriate for the workplace.
    2. Write clear and professional technical
2.8 documents and reports.
    3. Communicate clearly and concisely in written
2.8 and oral communication.
    4. Research, sort, analyze and use electronic
2.8 information pertinent to the technical field.
2.8 5. Develop effective job seeking skills.
    6. Use problem-solving and critica thinking
    skills to develop reports, proposals, and
2.8 presentations.
    7. Utilize technology for written, oral and
2.8 visual communication.
    8. Present technical information for individual
2.8 and group presentations.

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