Early College Second Life Program

 

ECSLP Course Offerings


 

The courses are chosen based upon available high school courses and NC WISE standards. Emerging Academic Initiatives matched an ECU faculty member to each chosen course.

 

Fall 2014/Spring 2015  & Fall 2015 


    

ANTH 1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3)   

Anthropological studies of human culture.

   

SOCI 2110. Introduction to Sociology (3)     

Nature, concepts, and principles of sociology. Society, culture, socialization, groups, institutions and organizations, class system, social change, and social processes. 


BIOL 1050. General Biology (3)   

May not count toward BIOL major or minor. Molecular basis of biology, bioenergetics, control systems, reproduction and development, genetics, diversity, evolution, communication, and behavior ecosystems.

 

BIOL 1060. Environmental Biology (3)

Interrelationships of organisms with each other and with their environment and human factors. Basic ecological problems, principles, and solutions.

 

BITE 4700. Web Site Design and Maintenance (3)   

Advanced course in the use of specialized software and microcomputer applications to produce web pages and administer web sites.

   

BITE 4390. Consumer Financial Management (3) (WI)   

Credit management, consumer economics, personal finance, money and banking, risk management, and small business management.

   

PSYC 1000. Introductory Psychology (3)   

May receive credit for one of PSYC 1000, 1060. General survey of fundamental principles underlying human behavior. Introduction, learning, memory, development, physiological, motivation, social and abnormal behavior, and one or two additional topics as time permits.

        

HIST 1050 American History to 1877     

History of US from discovery of America in 1492 to end of Reconstruction.

   

HIST 1051 American History From 1877     

History of the subject matter of American History Since 1877 in provincial, national and global contexts.

   

HIST 1030 World Civilizations to 1500

World civilizations from prehistory to 1500. 

 

HIST 1031 World Civilizations since 1500     

World civilizations since 1500 and their economic, social, cultural, and political development.


IRHE 2000. Introduction to Interdisciplinary Rural Health Teams (WI) (3)

Provides foundation knowledge about rural health care and health care teams as well as enabling students to learn the knowledge and skills for effective communications with patients and health care professionals.


ITEC 2000. Industrial Technology Applications of Computer Systems (3)  

Technical and managerial aspects of computer applications and information technology in industry and engineering areas.

 

MATH 2283. Statistics for Business (3)     

Sampling and probability distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, hypothesis testing, Chi-square, and regression.

   

MATH 1065 College Algebra     

Topics include linear equations, quadratic equations, systems of linear equations, inequalities, circles, variation, functions, graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, and equations.

   

PHYS 1050 Physics and the Environment     

Basic principles of physics and their uses and consequences in the world and our lives.

   

PHYS 1250 General Physics     

Basic principles of physics, including mechanics, heat thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, light, wave motion, and modern developments in physics.

 

RCLS 2601 Leisure and Society

An introduction to the concept of leisure from historical, socio-cultural, and individual perspectives.

 

SPAN 1001 Spanish Level |    

Focus on basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. Emphasis on life and culture of Spanish-speaking world.

   

SPAN 1002 Spanish level ||     

Second of four-course sequence. Increased exposure to and command over basic skills o listening, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. Fosters understanding of Hispanic cultures.

   

SPAN 1003 Spanish level |||     

Third of four-course sequence. Further refinement of command over basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. Fosters understanding of Hispanic cultures.

 


Previous ECSLP Course Offerings


The courses are chosen based upon available high school courses and NC WISE standards. Emerging Academic Initiatives matched an ECU faculty member to each chosen course.

 

Fall 2009


ANTH 1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3) (FC:SO) 

Anthropological studies of human culture.

 

BITE 4700. Web Site Design and Maintenance (3) 

Advanced course in the use of specialized software and microcomputer applications to produce web pages and administer web sites.

 

ENGL 1100. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN) 

Principles of expository writing and their application to writing tasks. Emphasis on methods of organization; techniques for developing unified, well-supported paragraphs and essays; grammatical conventions, proofreading and editing skills; and other important aspects of the writing process.

 

ENGL 1200. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN)

P: ENGL 1100. Instruction in critical reading, library research, and research writing. Analytical and argumentative writing.

 

SOCI 2110. Introduction to Sociology (3) (FC:SO) 

Nature, concepts, and principles of sociology. Society, culture, socialization, groups, institutions and organizations, class system, social change, and social processes. 

 

ITEC 2000. Industrial Technology Applications of Computer Systems (3)  

Technical and managerial aspects of computer applications and information technology in industry and engineering areas.

 

Previous ECSLP Course Offerings


The courses are chosen based upon available high school courses and NC WISE standards. Emerging Academic Initiatives matched an ECU faculty member to each chosen course.

 

Fall 2010 & Spring 2011


ITEC 2000. Industrial Technology Applications of Computer Systems (3)  

Technical and managerial aspects of computer applications and information technology in industry and engineering areas.

 

ANTH 1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3) (FC:SO) 

Anthropological studies of human culture.

 

SOCI 2110. Introduction to Sociology (3) (FC:SO) 

Nature, concepts, and principles of sociology. Society, culture, socialization, groups, institutions and organizations, class system, social change, and social processes. 

 

BITE 4700. Web Site Design and Maintenance (3) 

Advanced course in the use of specialized software and microcomputer applications to produce web pages and administer web sites.

 

ENGL 1100. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN) 

Principles of expository writing and their application to writing tasks. Emphasis on methods of organization; techniques for developing unified, well-supported paragraphs and essays; grammatical conventions, proofreading and editing skills; and other important aspects of the writing process.

 

ENGL 1200. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN) P: ENGL 1100

Instruction in critical reading, library research, and research writing. Analytical and argumentative writing.


BITE 4390. Consumer Financial Management (3) (WI)

Credit management, consumer economics, personal finance, money and banking, risk management, and small business management.

 

PSYC 2201. Psychology of Childhood (3) (FC:SO)  

P: PSYC 1000 or 1060. May receive psychology major or minor credit for one of PSYC 2201, 3206. Psychological bases of growth and development of children. Brief introduction of major theories and scientific findings and their application to learning, cognitive development, motivation, personality, and social relations (including parent-child, peers, and school relations).

 

Previous ECSLP Course Offerings


The courses are chosen based upon available high school courses and NC WISE standards. Emerging Academic Initiatives matched an ECU faculty member to each chosen course.

 

Fall 2011 & Spring 2012


ENGL 1200. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN) 

P: ENGL 1100. Instruction in critical reading, library research, and research writing. Analytical and argumentative writing.

 

SOCI 2110. Introduction to Sociology (3) (FC:SO)

Nature, concepts, and principles of sociology. Society, culture, socialization, groups, institutions and organizations, class system, social change, and social processes. 

 

ANTH 1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3) (FC:SO) 

Anthropological studies of human culture.

 

BIOL 1050. General Biology (3) (FC:SC) 

May not count toward BIOL major or minor. Molecular basis of biology, bioenergetics, control systems, reproduction and development, genetics, diversity, evolution, communication, and behavior ecosystems.

 

MATH 2283. Statistics for Business (3) (FC:MA) 

May receive credit for one of MATH 2228, 2283. P: MATH 1065 or 1066 or equivalent. Sampling and probability distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, hypothesis testing, Chi-square, and regression.

 

PSYC 2201. Psychology of Childhood (3) (FC:SO) 

P: PSYC 1000 or 1060. May receive psychology major or minor credit for one of PSYC 2201, 3206. Psychological bases of growth and development of children. Brief introduction of major theories and scientific findings and their application to learning, cognitive development, motivation, personality, and social relations (including parent-child, peers, and school relations).

 

BITE 4700. Web Site Design and Maintenance (3) 

Advanced course in the use of specialized software and microcomputer applications to produce web pages and administer web sites.

 

ITEC 2000. Industrial Technology Applications of Computer Systems (3) 

Technical and managerial aspects of computer applications and information technology in industry and engineering areas.

 

Previous ECSLP Course Offerings


The courses are chosen based upon available high school courses and NC WISE standards. Emerging Academic Initiatives matched an ECU faculty member to each chosen course.

 

Fall 2012 & Spring 2013


ENGL 1100. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN)  

Principles of expository writing and their application to writing tasks. Emphasis on methods of organization; techniques for developing unified, well-supported paragraphs and essays; grammatical conventions, proofreading and editing skills; and other important aspects of the writing process.

 

ENGL 1200. Composition (3) (WI) (FC:EN)

P: ENGL 1100. Instruction in critical reading, library research, and research writing. Analytical and argumentative writing.

 

SOCI 2110. Introduction to Sociology (3) (FC:SO) 

Nature, concepts, and principles of sociology. Society, culture, socialization, groups, institutions and organizations, class system, social change, and social processes. 

 

ANTH 1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3) (FC:SO) 

Anthropological studies of human culture.

 

PSYC 1000. Introductory Psychology (3) (FC:SO) 

May receive credit for one of PSYC 1000, 1060. General survey of fundamental principles underlying human behavior. Introduction, learning, memory, development, physiological, motivation, social and abnormal behavior, and one or two additional topics as time permits.

 

BITE 4700. Web Site Design and Maintenance (3)

Advanced course in the use of specialized software and microcomputer applications to produce web pages and administer web sites.

 

ITEC 2000. Industrial Technology Applications of Computer Systems (3)

Technical and managerial aspects of computer applications and information technology in industry and engineering areas.

 

BITE 4390. Consumer Financial Management (3) (WI)

Credit management, consumer economics, personal finance, money and banking, risk management, and small business management

 

Previous ECSLP Course Offerings


The courses are chosen based upon available high school courses and NC WISE standards. Emerging Academic Initiatives matched an ECU faculty member to each chosen course.

 

Fall 2013 & Spring 2014


BIOL 1050. General Biology (3) (FC:SC) 

May not count toward BIOL major or minor. Molecular basis of biology, bioenergetics, control systems, reproduction and development, genetics, diversity, evolution, communication, and behavior ecosystems.

 

HIST 1031. World Civilizations Since 1500 (3) (FC:SO)  

May receive credit for one of HIST 1031, 1553. World civilizations since 1500 and their economic, social, cultural, and political development.

 

SOCI 2110. Introduction to Sociology (3) (FC:SO) 

Nature, concepts, and principles of sociology. Society, culture, socialization, groups, institutions and organizations, class system, social change, and social processes. 

 

ANTH 1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3) (FC:SO) 

Anthropological studies of human culture.

 

PSYC 1000. Introductory Psychology (3) (FC:SO)

May receive credit for one of PSYC 1000, 1060. General survey of fundamental principles underlying human behavior. Introduction, learning, memory, development, physiological, motivation, social and abnormal behavior, and one or two additional topics as time permits.

 

BITE 4700. Web Site Design and Maintenance (3)

Advanced course in the use of specialized software and microcomputer applications to produce web pages and administer web sites.


ITEC 2000. Industrial Technology Applications of Computer Systems (3)

Technical and managerial aspects of computer applications and information technology in industry and engineering areas.


BITE 4390. Consumer Financial Management (3) (WI)

Credit management, consumer economics, personal finance, money and banking, risk management, and small business management.

 


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