Corning-Painted Post High School

ACE courses offered 2020-2021

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Vocabulary and concepts of accounting and bookkeeping for thesmall business. Provides some knowledge of accounting forworking in a business environment and some skills to do theaccounting in a small business organization.(4 cr. hrs.) Cannot be taken for credit if credit has already beenearned for ACCT 1030.
The four arithmetic processes and the algebra of business. Application ofmathematics to typical business problems. Taxes, insurance, payroll,depreciation, trade and cash discounts, markup, simple interest and bankdiscounts, and financial statement analysis. (3 cr. hrs.)
Basic areas of personal finance, such as banking, home financing,insurance, investments, credit financing, and retirement planning. (3 cr.hrs.)
Introduction to computer aided design (CAD) techniques. Teaches commands necessary to generate basic three-dimensional part models, assemblies and two-dimensional engineering drawings through the use of a computer using a solid modeling program. (3 cr. hrs.) Lecture/graphics terminal lab.
Theories and applications of computers. Includes computer architecture,hardware, software, number coding, problem solving paradigms,microcomputer applications, network technology, computer ethics,computer careers, e-commerce, and system software.(4 cr. hrs.) Lecture/laboratory; Recommended for computer majors only;non-majors see CSIT 1390. Shelf Life Alert.
Structure and functioning of the U.S. economy. National economic goals, the market system, price determination, taxation and government spending, business cycles, fiscal and monetary policy, international trade. Understanding of current economic events and issues. (3 cr. hrs.)
Essay writing designed to sharpen the student's perceptions of theworld through the study and use of non-fiction writings and to facilitatecommunications with correctness, clarity, unity, organization, anddepth. Assignments include expository writing, argumentation, andresearch techniques.(3 cr. hrs.) Meets General Education requirement in BasicCommunication.
Essay writing course designed to advance critical, analytical, and writingabilities begun in ENGL 1010. Literary analysis and interpretation onworks of fiction, poetry, and drama.(3 cr. hrs.) Meets General Education requirement in Humanities andBasic Communication.
Aspects of engineering study and the engineering profession. Methods of solution of engineering problems. (2 cr. hrs.)
Development of greater facility in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding the language through a systematic review of its structures. Representative readings introduce the civilization of France. (4 cr. hrs.) Lecture/recitation/laboratory. Upper level course. Meets the General Education requirement in Foreign Languages.
A thorough analysis of the language. Intensive discussion of grammar, usage, style and vocabulary, enhancing expression through composition, oral reports and more informed class discussions and conversations. (4 cr. hrs.) Meets General Education requirement in Foreign Languages. Upper level course. Essential for French majors who plan to take upper-level language and Literature studies.
Surveys the cultural changes and continuities of selected world societies during the early modern and modern eras, from the sixteenth century CE to the present. Students will utilize methods of the social sciences by researching, interpreting, and communicating an understanding of primary and secondary historical sources. This world history course studies human patterns of interaction with a particular focus on change over time, global exchange, and those phenomena that connect people, places and ideas across regional boundaries, with an emphasis on the shaping of the modern age and the implications for the future of the global community. (3 cr. hrs.) (ASN). Prerequisite: Eligible to take ENGL 1010. Writing in content area.
End of the Civil War to the present. Topics include: industrialurbanization, racism, sexism, the new manifest destiny, politicalchanges, and the growth of a modern nation.(3 cr. hrs.) Meets General Education requirement in American History
An intuitive approach to statistics. Analysis and description ofnumerical data using frequency distributions, histograms andmeasures of central tendency and dispersion, elementary theory ofprobability with applications of binomial and normal probabilitydistributions, sampling distributions, confidence intervals,hypothesis testing, chi-square, linear regression, and correlation.The statistical computer language Minitab will be used.(4 cr. hrs.) Graphing calculator required; Texas Instruments TI-83or TI-84 recommended
The first semester of differential and integral single variable calculus.Basic theory using algebraic and trigonometric function and applicationsare covered concurrently. Topics include limits, derivatives, consideredby algebraically and graphically, differentials and their use asapproximations, the indefinite and definite integrals with applications toareas, volumes, surface area, arc length, moments and center of mass.(4 cr. hrs.) Graphing calculator required; Texas Instruments TI-83 orTI-84 recommended.Cannot receive credit for this course and MATH 1510-1520. MeetsSUNY General Education requirement in Mathematics.
A continuation of Calculus I. Topics include calculus of conics,logarithmic, exponential and hyperbolic functions, techniques ofintegration, infinite series, parametric equations, and polar coordinates.(4 cr. hrs.) Graphing calculator required; Texas Instruments TI-83 orTI-84 recommended. Meets SUNY General Education requirement inMathematics.
Engineering graphics fundamentals, incorporating both manual andcomputer-aided drafting. Includes freehand sketching, principles ofapplied geometry, multi-view drawings, dimensioning, sectioned views,pictorials, conventional drawing practices and standards, and anintroduction to AutoCAD.(3 cr. hrs.) Lecture/laboratory.
This course is designed to provide an introduction to sport managementand an overview of the role and scope of sport events, sport managementand sport marketing as they contribute to the planning and developmentof a sport business. Legal, sociocultural, historical, political, andpsychological concepts relevant to the management of sport; theprofessional skills and attitudes of successful sport managers; and waysin which the globalization of sport continues to affect sport managementprofessions will be addressed. Explore career options in sportmanagement, including entities such as but not limited to intercollegiateathletics, recreation, event and facility management, health and fitnessclubs as well as professional sport. (3 cr. hrs.)
Development of facility in reading, writing, speaking and understanding the language through a systematic review of its structure. Representative readings as an introduction to Spanish civilizations. (4 cr. hrs.) Lecture/recitation/laboratory. Upper-level course. Meets General Education requirement in Foreign Languages.
A thorough analysis of the language; intensive discussion of grammar, usage, style and vocabulary, enhancing expression through composition, oral reports and more informed class discussions and conversations. (4 cr. hrs.)  Lecture/recitation/laboratory. Essential for Spanish majors who plan to take upper-level language and literature studies. Upper-level course. Meets General Education requirement in Foreign Languages.