July – August 2014
All incoming students should first plan to attend one of the three listed Registration/Testing days:
June 27th, July 25th, or August 21st
These one day events will begin with a morning of placement testing followed by class registration in the
afternoon. This is your opportunity to lock in your classes for Fall semester. If getting to campus for one of the Registration days is not possible, please call our Admissions/Registration office to make other arrangements such as a phone call with your advisor.
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Explore more advanced functions using QuickBooks Pro software. Topics include recording and paying sales tax, payroll, and payroll taxes. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills, QuickBooks II, or instructor approval.
This top illustrator software allows you to convert images to scalable, editable artwork in seconds. Take your graphics virtually everywhere: to the printed page, web sites, or video. Covers beginning and intermediate techniques.
An American Heart Association Blended Learning course; part of the course is completed online, and part in person with an instructor, during the scheduled hours for the class. Each student completes Part One (online portion)individually. Students must pay the additional online registration cost registration cost directly to AHA when registrationfor the online portion is completed. Online registration and information at http://www.onlineaha.org/. Then, students will contact Kerry Wirth to schedule their 60 minute skill testing time slot and present the completed AHA online certificate. Contact Kerry Wirth 925-7740 for details.
Introduces the basics of worksheet operations using Microsoft Excel 2010. Topics include data entry, formatting, formulas, functions, printing, and file management. Prerequisite: familiarity with the Windows operating system.
This course is the EMT Basic National Registry Practical Skills Exam. Students must successfully pass both EMS-145, EMS-146, & EMS-170 to be eligible to take the National Registry Practical Exam. Students from other CMC campuses or institution.
Focuses on intermediate features. Topics include: chart creation, advanced database features, filters, queries, sorting, and advanced printing features. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel 2010 Fundamentals I or instructor approval.