ACCT

ACCT 1101 HC1, HC2, & HJ1 – Principles of Financial Accounting

Travis Martin (tmartin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at tmartin@sscc.edu.

ACCT 1102 HC1 – Principles of Managerial Accounting

Travis Martin (tmartin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at tmartin@sscc.edu.

ACCT 2201 HJ1 – Intermediate Accounting I

Travis Martin (tmartin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at tmartin@sscc.edu.

ACCT 2206 HC1 – Managerial Cost Accounting

Travis Martin (tmartin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at tmartin@sscc.edu.

ACCT 2210 HJ1 – Tax Accounting

Travis Martin (tmartin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at tmartin@sscc.edu.

BADM

BADM 2204 HC1 – Principles of Marketing

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and be able to navigate additional websites as required
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

  • Contemporary Marketing*
  • 18th Edition
  • Boone/Kurtz
  • Cengage Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781337887311

MindTap is required for you to do your reading, homework, and quizzes, and therefore required to pass this course. MindTap contains an eBook automatically, so you do have a less expensive option to buy.

*The "Contemporary Marketing" textbook should be acquired through Cengage Unlimited. Cengage Unlimited allows a student to receive access to Cengage's entire textbook catalog, and all digital resources, for a flat fee.

Cengage Unlimited:

  • 1-Term Access Student/List Cost $119.99 - ISBN 9780357700037
  • 1-Year Access Student/List Cost $179.99 - ISBN 9780357700044
  • 2-Year's Access Student/List Cost $239.99 - ISBN 9780357700051

Free print rental is available with any activated Cengage Unlimited digital course. Students also given the option to purchase a loose leaf copy to keep after they activate their digital course for anywhere between $20-$50 (price dependent on title).

BADM 2206 HC1 & HC2 – Principles of Management & Organizational Behavior

Dr. Gayle Mackay (gmackay@sscc.edu)

Welcome to BADM 2206. Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must have the required textbooks in hand on the first day of the term.
  • 2. Must access the course the first day of the semester and post their introduction in the Discussion Forum. This will be counted as attendance. Anyone not "present" the first week will be dropped.
  • 3. Should be able to upload and download documents; attach documents to email and use course email efficiently.
  • 4. Be aware there are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.

Textbook

  • Organizational Behavior: Managing People & Organizations w/MindTap
  • Cengage Learning, 13th Edition
  • Ricky W. Griffin; Jean M. Phillips; Stanley M. Gully

The textbook should be acquired through SSCC bookstores or Cengage. Cengage Unlimited allows a student to receive access to Cengage's entire textbook catalog, and all digital resources, for a flat fee. All Cengage texts for one price.

Cengage Unlimited:

  • 1-Term Access Student/List Cost $119.99 - ISBN 9780357700037
  • 1-Year Access Student/List Cost $179.99 - ISBN 9780357700044
  • 2-Year Access Student/List Cost $239.99 - ISBN 9780357700051

Free print rental is available with any activated Cengage Unlimited digital course. Students are also given the option to purchase a loose-leaf copy to keep after they activate their digital course for anywhere between $20-$50 (price dependent on title).

If you purchased Cengage Unlimited last semester with either the 1- or 2-year option, there is no additional cost for this course.

Important things to know about what you need to buy to pass this course:

  • MindTap is required for you to do your reading, homework and quizzes, and therefore required to pass this course. MindTap contains an eBook automatically, so you do have a less expensive option to buy.
  • If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

BADM 2208 FH1 – Supervision & Leadership

Dr. Gayle Mackay (gmackay@sscc.edu)

Welcome to BADM 2208. Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must have the required textbook in hand on the first day of the term.
  • 2. Must access the course the first day of the semester and post their introduction in the Discussion Forum. This will be counted as attendance. Anyone not "present" the first week will be dropped.
  • 3. Should be able to upload and download documents; attach documents to email and use course email efficiently.
  • 4. Be aware there are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.

Textbook:

  • Leadership: Research Findings, Practice, and Skills with MindTap
  • 9th Edition
  • Andrew J. DuBrin
  • Cengage Unlimited

The textbook should be acquired through the SSCC bookstore. Cengage Unlimited allows a student to receive access to Cengage's entire textbook catalog, and all digital resources, for a flat fee. All Cengage texts for one price.

Cengage Unlimited:

  • 1-Term Access Student/List Cost $119.99 - ISBN 9780357700037
  • 1-Year Access Student/List Cost $179.99 - ISBN 9780357700044
  • 2-Year's Access Student/List Cost $239.99 - ISBN 9780357700051

Free print rental is available with any activated Cengage Unlimited digital course. Students are also given the option to purchase a loose-leaf copy to keep after they activate their digital course for anywhere between $20-$50 (price dependent on title).

If you purchased Cengage Unlimited last semester with either the 1- or 2-year option, there is no additional cost for this course.

Other: This is an 8-week course beginning 08/24/20 and ending 10/18/20.

Important things to know about what you need to buy to pass this course:

  • MindTap is required for you to do your reading, homework and quizzes, and therefore required to pass this course. MindTap contains an eBook automatically, so you do have a less expensive option to buy.
  • If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

BADM 2213 JS1 & TS1 – HYBRID – Personal Finance

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

In an effort to protect Students and Faculty and limit the spread of COVID-19, this course will be a Hybrid course with half of the students attending in-person on M and half of the students attending remotely via Zoom. On W the student attendance method will be reversed, those that attended in person on M will attend remotely on W and those that attended remotely on M will attend in person on W. This approach will allow us to observe social distancing guidelines and allow students to have direct interaction with their instructor on a weekly basis. More information will be given about which day you will be required to attend class on campus and which day you will be required to attend remotely.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must have an adequate internet connection along with a microphone and a web camera to be able to participate and attend class online during the scheduled class time. Students must notify the instructor of any conflicts.
  • 4. Must be available to attend class online (a video link will be provided in MyCanvas) on the days you are scheduled to be online. Students must notify the Instructor of any conflicts.
  • 5. Must be able to complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

  • Focus on Personal Finance
  • 6th Edition OR 5th Edition
  • Kappor
  • McGraw-Hill-Irwin
  • ISBN: 978-1-260-14099-6

BADM 2220 FH1 – Human Resources Management

Dr. Gayle Mackay (gmackay@sscc.edu)

Welcome to BADM 2220. Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must have the required textbook in hand on the first day of the term.
  • 2. Must access the course the first day of the semester and post their introduction in the Discussion Forum. This will be counted as attendance. Anyone not "present" the first week will be dropped.
  • 3. Should be able to upload and download documents; attach documents to email and use course email efficiently.
  • 4. Be aware there are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.

Textbook:

  • Managing Human Resources
  • Snell & Morris
  • 18th Edition
  • Cengage Publishing

*The "Managing Human Resources" textbook should be acquired through Cengage Unlimited. Cengage Unlimited allows a student to receive access to Cengage's entire textbook catalog, and all digital resources, for a flat fee.

The textbook should be acquired through the SSCC bookstore. Cengage Unlimited allows a student to receive access to Cengage's entire textbook catalog, and all digital resources, for a flat fee. All Cengage texts for one price.

Cengage Unlimited:

  • 1-Term Access Student/List Cost $119.99 - ISBN 9780357700037
  • 1-Year Access Student/List Cost $179.99 - ISBN 9780357700044
  • 2-Year's Access Student/List Cost $239.99 - ISBN 9780357700051

Free print rental is available with any activated Cengage Unlimited digital course. Students are also given the option to purchase a loose-leaf copy to keep after they activate their digital course for anywhere between $20-$50 (price dependent on title).

If you purchased Cengage Unlimited last semester with either the 1- or 2-year option, there is no additional cost for this course.

Important things to know about what you need to buy to pass this course:

  • MindTap is required for you to do your reading, homework and quizzes, and therefore required to pass this course. MindTap contains an eBook automatically, so you do have a less expensive option to buy.
  • If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

BADM 2251 HC1 – Business Law I (The Legal Environment)

Carole L. Pontious (cpontious@sscc.edu)

Online students engage in learning through weekly assignments, discussion questions, projects, and exams. Attendance is graded through discussion questions and weekly assignments. Students must access the course the first week of the semester by posting their introduction in the discussion forum. Any student not posting their introduction the first week will be dropped from the course. Students must have easy access to a computer and be able to upload assignments and download documents from the course.

Textbook

  • Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment
  • Comprehensive Volume
  • 23 edition

BADM 2252 HC1 – Business Law II (The Formation & Regulation of Business)

Carole L. Pontious (cpontious@sscc.edu)

Online students engage in learning through weekly assignments, discussion questions, projects, and exams. Attendance is graded through discussion questions and weekly assignments. Students must access the course the first week of the semester by posting their introduction in the discussion forum. Any student not posting their introduction the first week will be dropped from the course. Students must have easy access to a computer and be able to upload assignments and download documents from the course.

Textbook

  • Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment
  • Comprehensive Volume
  • 23 edition

BADM 2290 HC1 – Problems in Business

Dr. Gayle Mackay (gmackay@sscc.edu)

Welcome to BADM 2290. Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must access the course the first day of the semester and post their introduction in the Discussion Forum. This will be counted as attendance. Anyone not "present" the first week will be dropped.
  • 2. Should be able to upload and download documents; attach documents to email and use course email efficiently.
  • 3. Be aware there are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.

Textbook:

  • None -all materials will be available online through Canvas.

If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

BIOL

BIOL 1101 JC1, JS1, TC1, & TS1 – Principles of Biology I

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Principles of Biology I. This is a hybrid course, with lecture and tests online and face-to-face labs.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and Lab Manual with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook (though the Lab Manual is still required) and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $74.99 and with e-text is $119.00. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):

    • Campbell Biology, 12th Ed with MyLab and Mastering Access
    • Urry, Cain, et. al
    • Pearson Publishing, 2021
    • ISBN: 978-0-13-5855782
    • Investigating Biology Lab Manual
    • 9th Edition
    • J. Morgan & M.E.B. Carter
    • Pearson Education, 2017
    • ISBN: 978-0-13-447346-8
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This is an advanced course and requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact the Tutoring Center at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 1104 JC1, JC2, TC1, & TC2 – Human Biology I

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Human Biology I. This is a hybrid course, with lecture and tests online and face-to-face labs.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and Lab Manual with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook (though the Lab Manual is still required) and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $64.99 and with e-text is $94.99. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):

    • Biology of Humans with MyLab and Mastering (and accompanying laboratory manual)
    • 6th edition
    • Goodenough and McGuire
    • Pearson Publishing, 2017
    • ISBN: 0-134-656748 (Bundle: Human Biology, etext, and Lab Manual)
    • ISBN: 0-13-404544-0 (Individual Textbook)
    • Lab Manual: Human Biology, Concepts and Current Issues
    • 8th Edition
    • Atsma
    • Pearson Publishing, 2017
    • ISBN: 0-13-428381-3 (Individual Lab Manual)
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This course requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact the Tutoring Center at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 1104 JC3 & TC3 – Human Biology I

Bill Henry (bhenry@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bhenry@sscc.edu.

BIOL 1104 JS1 & TS1 – Human Biology I

Jeff Foster (jfoster@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jfoster@sscc.edu.

BIOL 1104 JS2 & TS2 – Human Biology I

Amie Gardner (agardner@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course must:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. The Lab Manual is NOT required for this online course. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $64.99 and with e-text is $94.99. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
    • Adopted Text(s):
    • Biology of Humans with Mastering (with MyLab and Mastering Access Code)
    • 6th edition
    • Goodenough and McGuire
    • Pearson Publishing, 2017
    • ISBN: 0-13-404544-0 (Individual Textbook) - You DO NOT need to purchase a lab manual
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This is an advanced course and requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact the Tutoring Center at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 1104 JW1 & TW1 – Human Biology I

Dave Garippa (dgarippa@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at dgarippa@sscc.edu.

BIOL 1125 HC1 & HC2 – Environmental Science

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Environmental Science. This is an online course with no face-to-face requirements, and it does not have a lab component.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $64.99 and with e-text is $94.99. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):

    • Essential Environment: The Science Behind the Stories Plus MyLab and Mastering Environmental Science with Access Card Package
    • 6th Edition
    • Withgott and Laposata
    • Pearson Benjamin Cummings (2019)
    • ISBN: 978013515985
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This is an advanced course and requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact the Tutoring Center at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 2205 JC1, JC2, JC3, TC1, TC2, & TC3 – Anatomy & Physiology I

Bill Henry (bhenry@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bhenry@sscc.edu.

BIOL 2205 JS1 & TS1 – Anatomy & Physiology I

Jeff Foster (jfoster@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jfoster@sscc.edu.

BIOL 2205 JS2 & TS2 – Anatomy & Physiology I

Amie Gardner (agardner@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course should be aware of the following:

  • 1. This course covers the first 15 chapters in the textbook including a basic introduction to the organ systems and homeostasis, basic biochemistry, cells, tissues, and then looking into specific organ systems including the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.
  • 2 Within the first two days of the start of the course you should get the textbook, making sure it comes with Modified Mastering A&P Access. Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore if you have questions.
  • 3 It is assumed that you have at least a basic knowledge of computers and working on the internet (using email, uploading and downloading files).
  • 4 It is assumed that your computer will have reasonably up-to-date software including free downloadable versions of: Adobe Flash and Shockwave, and Oracle Java.
  • 5. It is assumed that you have access to the internet and your connection is reasonably fast.
  • 6. It is assumed that you are able to use Chrome internet browser as this works best for the online MyCanvas Learning Management System (LMS) used at SSCC.
  • 7. It is assumed that you have an SSCC email account and are familiar with its use. Contact the SSCC IT Helpdesk if you need assistance with getting an SSCC email account.
  • 8. It is assumed that you have been exposed to MyCanvas. You can learn as you go, but prior experience will definitely be an advantage.
  • 9. About 1 day before the course begins, you will be sent an email to your Southern State email account telling you how to log into MyCanvas and start your course.
  • 10. You must access the course inside MyCanvas sometime within the first two days of the semester. You will automatically begin in the Getting Started module when the course starts up. Read all the information on the Getting Started page to help you find and use items in the course.
  • 11. You will need to familiarize yourself with the syllabus for the course which is available by scrolling down under the Getting Started module in MyCanvas.
  • 12. It is critical that you are prepared to check the course several times a week and keep up with all activities and assignments outlined in the syllabus. It is very easy to fall behind and get into trouble in an online course.
  • 13. Most chapters have a reading assignment to help introduce the material, a lab activity for some synthesis and application, and a review quiz to prepare you for an exam.
  • 14. If you require an accommodation for disability it will be necessary to contact the Disability Services Office, preferably before the start of the course. Call the college for more information.

BIOL 2205 JW1 & TW1 – Anatomy & Physiology I

Dave Garippa (dgarippa@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at dgarippa@sscc.edu.

BIOL 2206 JC1, JC2, JS1, TC1, TC2, & TS1 – Anatomy & Physiology II

Terry Flum, Ph.D. (tflum@sscc.edu)

Welcome to A&P 2! Students enrolling in this course should be aware of the following:

  • 1. This course covers the last 14 chapters of the textbook beginning with: the endocrine system (Chapter 16), reproductive system (Chapter 27), development (Chapter 28), and some genetics (Chapter 29). We will then look into topics not covered in A&P I including the blood (Chapter 17), cardiovascular (Chapters 18 and 19), and lymphatic systems (Chapter 20) including immunity (Chapter 21), the respiratory (Chapter 22) and digestive systems (Chapter 23) with nutrition (Chapter 24), and finishing up with the urinary system (Chapter 25) and major balances of the body (Chapter 26).
  • 2. You should already have the textbook from Biol 2205 Anatomy and Physiology I, but if not, within the first two days of the start of the course you should get the textbook, making sure it comes with Modified Mastering A&P. Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore if you have questions.
  • 3. The course is set up with the following assumptions about you:
    • a. You have at least a basic knowledge of computers and working on the internet (using email, uploading and downloading files).
    • b. Your computer has reasonably up-to-date software including free downloadable versions of: Adobe Acrobat and Oracle Java. Use of a cell phone only is possible, but not encouraged.
    • c. You have access to the internet and your connection is reasonably fast. You might need to be prepared to use college computers if that is not the case.
    • d. You are able to use the Chrome internet browser as this works best for the online MyCanvas Learning Management System (LMS) used at SSCC.
    • e. You have an SSCC email account and are familiar with its use. Contact the SSCC IT Helpdesk if you need assistance with getting an SSCC email account.
    • f. You have received some training on the use the Canvas LMS. You can learn as you go, but prior experience will definitely be an advantage.
  • 4. About 1 day before the course begins, you will be sent an email to your Southern State email account telling you how to log into MyCanvas and start your course.
  • 5. You must access the course inside MyCanvas sometime within the first two days of the semester There will be a Getting Started message to help you find and use the course content.
  • 6. You will need to familiarize yourself with the syllabus for the course which is available by the Syllabus button in MyCanvas. There is a Table of Dates the specifically lists start and end dates for labs and assignments.
  • 7. It is critical that you are prepared to check the course several times a week and keep up with all activities and assignments outlined in the syllabus. It is very easy to fall behind and get into trouble in an online course.
  • 8. Most chapters have a reading assignment to help introduce the material, a lab activity for some synthesis and application, and a review quiz to prepare you for an exam.
  • 9. Each exam covers several chapters and there are 3 exams and 3 lab exams during the term. The low exam and low lab exam are dropped, but you must stay on schedule and there are no make-up exams. There is also a Comprehensive Exam at the end of the term to assess your progress. 10. If you require an accommodation for disability it is necessary to contact the Disability Services Office, preferably before the start of the course. Please contact the college for more information.

Textbook:

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • 11th edition
  • By: Marieb and Hoehn
  • Pearson Education, 2019
  • ISBN: 9780135175040 (Hard copy with Modified Mastering Access Code)

Additional Information:

This course is a continuation of A&P I (Biol 2205), and uses the same textbook and MasteringA&P account. You will not need to acquire another textbook or Access Code for Mastering (unless it has been more than a year since completing A&P I).

BIOL 2210 JC1 & TC1 – Microbiology

Terry Flum, Ph.D. (tflum@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Microbiology! Students enrolling in this course should be aware of the following:

  • 1. This course covers all chapters of the textbook and most of the labs in the lab manual.
  • 2. Within the first two days of the start of the course you should get the textbook and lab manual as both are required. Make sure the textbook comes with Modified Mastering Microbiology. Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore if you have questions.
  • 3. The course is set up with the following assumptions about you:
    • a. You have at least a basic knowledge of computers and working on the internet (using email, uploading and downloading files).
    • b. Your computer has reasonably up-to-date software including free downloadable versions of: Adobe Acrobat and Oracle Java. Use of a cell phone only is possible, but not encouraged.
    • c. You have access to the internet and your connection is reasonably fast. You might need to be prepared to use college computers if that is not the case.
    • d. You are able to use the Chrome internet browser as this works best for the online MyCanvas Learning Management System (LMS) used at SSCC.
    • e. You have an SSCC email account and are familiar with its use. Contact the SSCC IT Helpdesk if you need assistance with getting an SSCC email account.
    • f. You have received some training on the use the Canvas LMS. You can learn as you go, but prior experience will definitely be an advantage.
  • 4. About 1 day before the course begins, you will be sent an email to your Southern State email account telling you how to log into MyCanvas and start your course.
  • 5. You must access the course inside MyCanvas sometime within the first two days of the semester. There will be a Getting Started message to help you find and use the course content.
  • 6. You will need to familiarize yourself with the syllabus for the course which is available by the Syllabus button in MyCanvas. There is a Table of Dates the specifically lists start and end dates for labs and assignments.
  • 7. It is critical that you are prepared to check the course several times a week and keep up with all activities and assignments outlined in the syllabus. It is very easy to fall behind and get into trouble in an online course.
  • 8. Most chapters have a reading assignment to help introduce the material, a lab activity for some synthesis and application, and a review quiz to prepare you for an exam.
  • 9. Each exam covers several chapters and there are 3 exams and a major lab project where you will identify 4 unknown microbes. The low exam score is dropped, but you must stay on schedule and there are no make-up exams. There is also a Comprehensive Exam at the end of the term to assess your progress.
  • 10. If you require an accommodation for disability it is necessary to contact the Disability Services Office, preferably before the start of the course. Please contact the college for more information.

Textbook:

  • Microbiology w/ Diseases by Taxonomy
  • 6th edition
  • By: Bauman
  • Pearson Education, 2020
  • ISBN: 9780135747605 (Textbook and Modified Mastering Access Code)

And:

  • Microbiology: Lab Theory and Application
  • 3rd edition Brief
  • Leboffe and Pierce
  • Morton Publishing, 2016
  • ISBN: 9781617314773 (Lab Manual)

Additional Information:

This course is separate from Anatomy and Physiology and uses a separate textbook, lab manual, and modified Mastering access code. All 3 are required for the course.

CHEM

CHEM 1120 HC1, HC2, & HC3 – Introduction to Chemistry

Sara Nielsen (snielsen@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at snielsen@sscc.edu.

CHEM 1120 HC4 & HC5 – Introduction to Chemistry

Dave Garippa (dgarippa@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at dgarippa@sscc.edu.

CHEM 1151 HC1 / 1161 HJ3 – First Year Chemistry I

Sara Nielsen (snielsen@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at snielsen@sscc.edu.

CHEM 1151 / 1161 HJ1 & HJ2 – First Year Chemistry I

Don Storer (dstorer@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Chemistry 1151/1161! The following YouTube link will explain more about the course:

https://youtu.be/EzpJLC-d06Q

It is recommended that students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Get access to the required textbook or the e-book prior to the first day of the term.
  • Adopted Text(s):
    • Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity
    • 9th Edition
    • By: Kotz, Treichel, and Townsend
    • Cengage Learning, 2014
    • ISBN: 978-1-285-46253-0
    • There is no book for the lab. You will be provided with copies of the experiments.
  • 2. Be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Attend the first class via Zoom. You will receive via your SSCC email, a link to attend the Zoom session.
  • 4. Log into Canvas, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor. Failure to do so may result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 5. Be able to use electronic tools (E-Mail, Text, MyCanvas Messaging, etc.) to communicate.
  • 6. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. This includes completing assignments on time and asking questions when help is needed.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable.
  • 8. Attend scheduled "live/synchronous" class meetings.
  • 9. Have a webcam and a microphone attached or built into your computer (desktop or laptop).
  • 10. Use the following software for written assignments/projects: Microsoft Office
  • 11. Add the Zoom app to your phone

You will receive laboratory kit and PowerPoint notes that will be available for pickup at a campus location. You will receive an email that will provide details the week prior to the start of Fall Semester.

COMM

COMM 1110 HC1 – Interpersonal Communication

Ken Holliday (kholliday@sscc.edu)

Students who enroll in this course must:

  • 1. Purchase the text prior to the first day class. The textbook is The Interpersonal Communication Book, 15th Edition, Joseph A. DeVito - Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, ISBN: 9780134624440. Students who purchase this book at a vendor other than the SSCC Book Store must make sure their text is packaged with Revel.
  • 2. Log onto the course on the first day of the semester and read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor.
  • 3. Send the instructor a course message briefly introducing themselves and verifying their attendance in this course. Send this message in MyCanvas using the Course Messages tool. Please keep all communication regarding this course in MyCanvas.
  • 4. Start working on Chapter 1 because there will be an assignment due during the first week of the course. (Failure to verify attendance and complete the first assignment may result in students being dropped from the course.)
  • 5. It is highly recommended that students take a Success in the Digital Age Workshop prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact the Tutoring Center at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.

COMM 1115 HJ1 & HJ2 – Fundamentals of Effective Speech

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

Welcome to COMM 1115! Fundamentals of Effective Speech will be an online synchronous course for fall 2021. Synchronous distance learning requires students to attend regularly scheduled ZOOM sessions that more closely approximate a face to face class. ZOOM is our video conferencing software. You are required to attend and must have a solid internet connection.

The text is a digital OER that will be available in Canvas. In order to successfully complete COMM 1115, you must:

  • 1) Be familiar with our Learning Management Software, Canvas. The instructor suggests completing the Fall 2021 Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100.
  • 2) Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable.
  • 3) Attend scheduled "live/synchronous" class meetings. Attendance is graded.
  • 4) Have a webcam and a microphone attached or built in to your computer (desktop or laptop, not smart phone).
  • 5) Use the following software for written assignments/projects: Microsoft Office (for PowerPoint and Word).

Textbook:

  • Public Speaking
  • Koyle, Susan Bagley, et. al.
  • 1st Edition
  • Lumen Learning, 2020
  • ISBN: 978-1-64087-345-2. ($25.00) This text is a digital OER that will be available in Canvas. The Waymaker courseware is also provided by Lumen in the LMS.

COMM 1115 JS1, JS2, JS3, TS1, TS2, & TS3 – Fundamentals of Effective Speech

Ryan Hall (rhall21@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rhall21@sscc.edu.

CSCI

CSCI 1101 FH1 – Computer Keyboarding

Brian Birkhimer (bbirkhimer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bbirkhimer@sscc.edu.

CSCI 1150 FJ1 – IT Essentials

Dr. Joshua Montgomery (jmontgomery@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jmontgomery@sscc.edu.

CSCI 1150 FJ2 – IT Essentials

Brian Birkhimer (bbirkhimer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bbirkhimer@sscc.edu.

CSCI 1155 JC1 – Linux

Dr. Joshua Montgomery (jmontgomery@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jmontgomery@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2213 HC1 – Access

Julia Basham (jbasham@sscc.edu) 1-800-628-7722 Ext. 3638 (Office) or 513-800-1091 (Cell) or 513-720-0504 (Cell)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jbasham@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2217 HC1 – PowerPoint

Julia Basham (jbasham@sscc.edu) 1-800-628-7722 Ext. 3638 (Office) or 513-800-1091 (Cell) or 513-720-0504 (Cell)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jbasham@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2218 HC1 & HC2 – Excel

Julia Basham (jbasham@sscc.edu) 1-800-628-7722 Ext. 3638 (Office) or 513-800-1091 (Cell) or 513-720-0504 (Cell)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jbasham@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2240 HC1 – Systems Analysis

Brian Birkhimer (bbirkhimer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bbirkhimer@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2246 FJ1 – IT Fundamentals

Dr. Joshua Montgomery (jmontgomery@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jmontgomery@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2246 FJ2 – IT Fundamentals

Brian Birkhimer (bbirkhimer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bbirkhimer@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2260 JC1 – Microcontroller Programming

Dr. Joshua Montgomery (jmontgomery@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jmontgomery@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2263 HC1 – HTML 5 Programming

Brian Birkhimer (bbirkhimer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bbirkhimer@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2275 FJ1 – Professionalism

Dr. Joshua Montgomery (jmontgomery@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jmontgomery@sscc.edu.

CSCI 2275 FJ2 – Professionalism

Brian Birkhimer (bbirkhimer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bbirkhimer@sscc.edu.

ECON

ECON 2205 HC1 & HC2 – Principles of Microeconomics

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the Week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook or by modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-microeconomics-2e

ECON 2205 JC1 – HYBRID – Principles of Microeconomics

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

This course is a Hybrid course that will only meet in-class on M and will complete additional weekly class work online.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 4. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 5. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking a Hybrid course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook or by modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-microeconomics-2e

ECON 2205 JC2 & TC2 (Tuesday / Thursday) – Principles of Microeconomics

Richard Davis (rdavis42@sscc.edu)

This course is a Hybrid course, with students in the classroom either Tuesday or Thursday, and attending via Zoom on the alternate day. All exercises, quizzes, and tests will be assigned and completed online.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 4. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 5. It is strongly recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking a Hybrid course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook, or by chapter modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-microeconomics-2e

ECON 2205 JS1 & TS1 – HYBRID – Principles of Microeconomics

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

In an effort to protect Students and Faculty and limit the spread of COVID-19, this course will be a Hybrid course with half of the students attending in-person on M and half of the students attending remotely via Zoom. On W the student attendance method will be reversed, those that attended in person on M will attend remotely on W and those that attended remotely on M will attend in person on W. This approach will allow us to observe social distancing guidelines and allow students to have direct interaction with their instructor on a weekly basis. More information will be given about which day you will be required to attend class on campus and which day you will be required to attend remotely.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must have an adequate internet connection along with a microphone and a web camera to be able to attend and participate in class online during the scheduled class time. Students must notify the instructor of any conflicts.
  • 4. Must be available to attend class online (a video link will be provided in MyCanvas) on the days you are scheduled to be online. Students must notify the Instructor of any conflicts.
  • 5. Must be able to complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook or by modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-microeconomics-2e

ECON 2206 HC1 – Principles of Macroeconomics

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook or by modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-macroeconomics-2e

EDUC

EDUC 1101 HC1 & HC2 – Introduction to Education

Becky Storer (bstorer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bstorer@sscc.edu.

EDUC 1110 HC1 – Art / Music for the Young Child

Barbara Cook (bcook@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bcook@sscc.edu.

EDUC 1140 HC1 – Introduction to Early Childhood Development & Education

Jamie Harmount (jharmount2@sscc.edu)

Course Description: Candidates will demonstrate essential understanding of young children's characteristics and needs, knowing and understanding the multiple influences on development and learning and using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments. Candidates will be subject to pass a mandatory background check.

Course Methodology: This course is offered in an online format through the use of Canvas and online Zoom meetings.

Course Objectives: The purpose of this class is to provide students with an understanding of young children's characteristics and needs, knowing and understanding the multiple influences on development and learning and using developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments. After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Evaluate the theories that influence early childhood programs to develop their own philosophy of early childhood education.
  • Define early childhood education as a profession and define professional behaviors.
  • Demonstrate understanding of early learning theories, program models and developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Determine strategies for communicating and collaborating with families.

Assignments: * 3 Projects * 3 Tests * Discussion Forums

Textbook:

  • Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education
  • 9th Edition
  • George S. Morrison
  • Pearson Publishing
  • ISBN: 978-0-13-524051-9

Additional Information:

This course is online and will be utilizing Canvas and Zoom.

EDUC 1145 HC1 – Observation / Assessment of Children

Jamie Harmount (jharmount2@sscc.edu)

Course Description: This course is a study of various methods of observation and assessment techniques that are utilized in an early childhood classroom setting. Students will observe a minimum of twenty hours in and approved early childhood classroom setting. Candidates will be subject to pass a mandatory background check.

Course Methodology: This course is offered in an online format. The class will be conducted through Canvas.

Course Objectives: After completing the course, the student should be able to use observational tools and recording techniques in settings with children of differing ages. Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to:

  • 1. Describe and use a variety of observational tools in the course of working with children.
  • 2. Describe the use of objective observation in determining levels of a child’s growth and development.
  • 3. Determine the importance of setting criteria in observational settings for recording information.
  • 4. Utilize sharp observational skills in viewing behavior from an objective perspective and categorizing these behavioral observations into inferences about behavior which are based on solid, objective evidence.
  • 5. Describe ethical issues and confidentiality considerations in observing and recording behavior.
  • 6. Describe the nature of and use a variety of recording techniques, including but limited to, narrative descriptions, time samplings, event samplings, anecdotals, checklists, diary descriptions, and frequency/duration counts, in the appropriate manner to observe and record behavior.
  • 7. Collect a series of observations on children and analyze behaviors of children based on typical child development principles.
  • 8. Prepare a summary analysis of a child’s case study of recorded observations for a conference discussion with a parent and prepare recommendations.
  • 9. Interpret recorded observations with parents and other professionals in an early care and education program.

Assignments: * Child Portfolio * 11 Discussion Forums * 11 Chapter Reflections * 3 Tests

Textbook:

  • Assessment in Early Childhood Education
  • 8th edition
  • Sue C. Wortham
  • 2015, Pearson
  • ISBN: 978-0-13-520652-2

Additional Information:

This course is online and will be utilizing Canvas and Zoom.

EDUC 1163 HC1 – Social Studies for the Young Child

Barbara Cook (bcook@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bcook@sscc.edu.

EDUC 2210 HC1 – Administration of Early Childhood Programs

Valerie Williams (vwilliams3@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at vwilliams3@sscc.edu.

EDUC 2215 HC1 – Health / Physical Education for Children

Becky Storer (bstorer@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bstorer@sscc.edu.

EDUC 2217 HC1 – Science & Math Experiences for the Young Child

Barbara Cook (bcook@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bcook@sscc.edu.

EDUC 2220 HC1 – Foundation of Literacy

Barbara Cook (bcook@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bcook@sscc.edu.

EDUC 2234 HC1 – Technology in Education

Nathan Luke (nluke@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at nluke@sscc.edu.

EDUC 2260 HC1 – Teaching in a Diverse Society

Barbara Cook (bcook@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at bcook@sscc.edu.

ENDS

ENDS 1100 JC1 – Introduction to Engineering

Jim Barnett (jbarnett@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jbarnett@sscc.edu.

ENDS 1140 JB1 & JC1 – Introduction to Engineering Graphics and AutoCAD

Jim Barnett (jbarnett@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jbarnett@sscc.edu.

ENDS 1143 JC1 – Introduction to Project Management and Product Design

Jim Barnett (jbarnett@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jbarnett@sscc.edu.

ENGL

ENGL 1000 HJ1 – Co-requisite for English Composition I

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jreynolds@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1101 HC1 & JC5 – English Composition I

Annie Rankin (arankin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at arankin@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1101 HC2 & HC3 – English Composition I

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to complete the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her text on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition. CPC students especially should check the cover of the Norton text as they may have been given the wrong text by their high schools and should exchange immediately. In the lower right corner, please note the yellow imprint that indicates MLA updates.

Required Texts

  • The Norton Field Guide to Writing
  • 5th Edition (5E) by Richard Bullock, 2019
  • W.W. Norton. ISBN 9780393655780 (This text has a blue cover and will be used in ENGL 1102.)
  • Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis
  • J.D. Vance, HarperCollins 2016
  • ISBN 9780062300553

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. The Tutoring Center also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions. Copies of both texts are on permanent reserve at all campus libraries, so students can complete assignments while waiting for their texts to arrive.

ENGL 1101 HC4, HC5, & HJ1 – English Composition I

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must log on during the first day of class. Students should read the welcome, syllabus, and any documents on Canvas, then introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course. This course will utilize a free online textbook, and a link to our textbook is furnished below.

Textbook:

Additional Information:

Everything you need for this class is built directly into Canvas. There is not a textbook as all the readings and assignments are online. So, as long as you have a computer and internet access, you should be able to do well! This course doesn't require great technical abilities, but students who have not taken an online course on MyCanvas should sign up for one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshops.

ENGL 1101 HC6, JC3, & TC3 – English Composition I

Karen Patterson (kpatterson@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at kpatterson@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1101 JC1 & JC2 – English Composition I

Ken Holliday (kholliday@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at kholliday@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1101 JC4 & TC4 – English Composition I

Kaitlyn Gilkison (kgilkison1@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at kgilkison1@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1101 JS1, JS4, TS1, & TS4 – English Composition I

Alice Waits-Richmond (arichmond2@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at arichmond2@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1101 JS2, JS3, JS5, TS2, & TS5 – English Composition I

Jeff Wallace (jwallace@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jwallace@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1102 HC1 – English Composition II

Annie Rankin (arankin@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at arankin@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1102 HC2 & HC4 – English Composition II

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to complete the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her texts on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition. CPC students especially should check the cover of the Norton text as they may have been given the wrong text by their high schools and should exchange immediately. In the lower right corner, please note the yellow imprint that indicates MLA updates. Copies of the text are on permanent reserve at all campus libraries, so students can complete assignments while waiting for their texts to arrive.

Required Texts

  • The Norton Field Guide to Writing
  • 5th Edition (5E) by Richard Bullock, 2019, W.W. Norton.
  • ISBN 9780393655780 (This text has a blue cover and was used in ENGL 1101.)

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. The Tutoring Center also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions.

ENGL 1102 HC3 & HJ1 – English Composition II

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must log on during the first day of class. Students should read the welcome, syllabus, and any documents on the weekly modules page, then introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

Textbook:

Additional Information:

Everything you need for this class is built directly into Canvas. There is no textbook as all the readings and assignments are online. As long as you have a computer and internet access, you should be able to do well! This course doesn't require great technical abilities, but students who have not taken an online course on MyCanvas should sign up for one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshops.

ENGL 1102 JC1 & TC1 – English Composition II

Karen Patterson (kpatterson@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at kpatterson@sscc.edu.

ENGL 1102 JS1 & TS1 – English Composition II

Alice Waits-Richmond (arichmond2@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at arichmond2@sscc.edu.

ENGL 2201 HC1 – Introduction to Literature

Annie Rankin (arankin@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must log on to the course the first day of the semester, read the syllabus, and begin the first assignment. Any student who does not complete the first assignment by its deadline will be dropped from the course for nonattendance.

In addition, student MUST have the required text and the most current edition the first day of class.

Required Texts

  • The Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing.
  • 12th ed. by Michael Meyer and D. Quentin Miller
  • Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2020.
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-319-10505-1 (Paperback)

If you have never taken an online course before I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

ENGL 2201 JS1 – Introduction to Literature

Jeff Wallace (jwallace@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jwallace@sscc.edu.

ENGL 2207 HC1 – Women's Literature

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to submit the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her texts on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition.

Required Texts

  • The Norton Anthology of Women in Literature
  • 3rd edition (2-volume set) by Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar
  • W.W. Norton, Publisher, ISBN: 978-0-393-93015-3

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. The Tutoring Center also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions.

ENGL 2240 HC1 & JS1 – Introduction to Film

Annie Rankin (arankin@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must log on to the course the first day of the semester, read the syllabus, and begin the first assignment. Any student who does not complete the first assignment by its deadline will be dropped from the course for nonattendance.

Students MUST have the required texts and the CORRECT editions of theses texts the first day of class.

Required Texts

  • Looking at Movies
  • 6th Edition, Richard Barsam and Dave Monahan, W. W. Norton & Co., 2016
  • ISBN: 978-0-393-67469-9.
  • Note: Students MUST have access to Looking at Movies, 6th edition video tutorials, which are posted on the publisher's website (https://digital.wwnorton.com/movies6). Students buying NEW editions of this textbook at the SSCC bookstore will have an access code. Used versions of the textbook will NOT have an access code; however, students can purchase access from the Norton digital site.

In addition to the required text, students MUST watch the required films in their entirety; the titles of these films will be included in the syllabus that students will access the first day of class. Students may acquire these films through their local lending libraries, SSCC's library, or OhioLINK FREE of charge. The films can be rented at minimal cost (from $0.99-$3.99 per film) through streaming services such as Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Redbox, or YouTube. To rent from a Redbox kiosk, you can browse movie availability at a specific location by visiting their website: www.redbox.com/locations. Please note that if you already have a subscription to Amazon Prime, Netflix, or another similar streaming subscription service, some (or all) of the required films may not be available.

Students who have never taken an online course should attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshops. This workshop will give those students a running start on how to access MyCanvas and help them to be ready to participate easily on day one.

ENGL 2246 HC1 – Classical & World Mythology

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must log on during the first day of class. Students should read the welcome, syllabus, and any documents on the weekly modules page, then introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

Textbooks:

  • Mythology
  • By Hamilton, Edith
  • Boston: Back Bay, 1998.
  • ISBN: 9780316223331
  • Ovid's Metamorphoses: A New Translation
  • By Charles Martin
  • New York: W.W. Norton, 2005.
  • ISBN: 9780393326420

**Students may purchase electronic copies of these texts if they prefer as long as those texts are by the correct author and unabridged**

Additional Information:

This course is a survey of classical and world mythology that examines popular works from ancient Greece and Rome, as well as Celtic, Nordic, and Eastern cultures... and it's usually a lot of fun! This course doesn't require great technical abilities (it's all about reading mythology!), but students who have not taken an online course on MyCanvas should sign up for one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshops.

FLNG

FLNG 1120 JC1, JW1, & JW2 – Beginning American Sign Language I

Jamie Darling (jdarling@sscc.edu)

Students in this course will meet once a week in a face to face class setting and will also be required to access the MyCanvas system once a week.

The required textbook can be acquired through the SSCC bookstore or purchased online through various distributors. It is the student's responsibility to make sure the two cd's are in the back of the textbook and are in working condition. If the student chooses to do so the student can access the video content in an online format through Dawn Sign Press for an additional monthly cost. (https://www.dawnsign.com/register)

Required Textbook:

  • Opportunity Analysis Textbook
  • Signing Naturally
  • Units 1-6 Student Set
  • Cheri Smith, Ella Mae Lentz, and Ken Mikos
  • Dawn Sign Press, 2008
  • ISBN: 978-1-58121-210-5

Students must:

  • Have reliable broadband Internet access and be able to log in and use the college's MyCanvas system.
  • A flash drive specifically for this class.
  • Install the Zoom meeting software for online tutoring and online office hours.
  • Have equipment necessary to record videos of themselves for assessment purposes and be able to save to a computer and/or flash drive and upload to the MyCanvas system.
  • Be motivated to complete work on your own and keep up with assignment deadlines.

If you have never taken an online course before I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Success in the Digital Age Workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

HIST

HIST 1110 HC1 & HC2 – American History I

Margaret Hill (phill@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at phill@sscc.edu.

HIST 1110 JS1 & TS1 – American History I

Aaron Davis (adavis@sscc.edu)

This is a hybrid class. We only have 3 class meetings in person. Intro week, Midterms, and Finals Week. All other classes will be conducted via pre-recorded online lecture videos.

Textbook:

  • Give Me Liberty
  • ISBN: 978-0-393-42873-5

HIST 1151 JS1 & TS1 – Introduction to Western Civilization I

Aaron Davis (adavis@sscc.edu)

This is a hybrid class. We only have 3 class meetings in person. Intro week, Midterms, and Finals Week. All other classes will be conducted via pre-recorded online lecture videos.

Textbook:

  • Western Civilization: A Brief History Vol. I
  • 9th Edition
  • ISBN: 0-534-62721-8

MAST

MAST 1101 JC1 – Introduction to Medical Assisting & Procedures

Lucinda Gibson (lgibson4@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at lgibson4@sscc.edu.

MAST 1111 JC1 – Medical Administrative Procedures

Lucinda Gibson (lgibson4@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at lgibson4@sscc.edu.

MAST 1115 HC1 & HC2 – Medical Terminology (CTAG Transfer Course)

Rhonda Davis (rdavis@sscc.edu)

Thank you for choosing a Southern State Community College (SSCC) online course. Read all instructor requirements and course instructions carefully to be prepared for successful completion of your online course.

Students enrolling in this course must:

  • 1. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly coursework. NOTE: It is very easy to fall behind quickly in an online course - one or more chapters may be covered weekly, and include weekly assignments and/or exams. This course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy.
  • 2. Be comfortable with online course tools before classes begin. It is strongly recommended you complete the free Success in the Digital Age Workshop CRDW 0099 offered at SSCC campuses prior to start of the term; contact the Student Success Center at 800.628.7722 x2880, x2881, x2882, or the Contact Form, see your SSCC Advisor and/or the current term schedule for more information.
  • 3. Be able to download Mozilla Firefox and/or Google Chrome browsers to work in the SSCC online Learning Management System (LMS), check system requirements to ensure your computer is capable of using publisher software downloads, attach and upload files, complete/respond to Course Messages and Weekly Discussion Boards, complete homework, assigned projects, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to videos, complete examinations within the online course, and create companion resource accounts (as needed).
  • 4. Have a working knowledge of SSCC Email/My SSCC and have a dedicated, reliable broadband Internet service, a reliable anti-virus program, and be able to ensure/check computer compatibility with Adobe Flash Player, Shockwave, Oracle Java, Apple Quicktime, (see Minimum Computer Requirements) and navigate additional course related websites when needed. NOTE: Dialup service, Wi-Fi, and/or a mobile device such as a smart phone may not be sufficient for successful completion of this course. Do not use cell phone or iPad to complete assignments. If a computer is not available you will need to access campus/library computers frequently, several times weekly, for course updates/changes and to keep up with/complete coursework.
  • 5. ***Purchase the required textbook(s), workbooks, access codes, companion resource/other required materials, by the first day of the term (some required publisher materials may be "bundled" or "packaged" with the textbook in the bookstore - use extreme caution to ensure correct purchase of all required materials). Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore with specific textbook questions and/or email the instructor for additional information.
  • 6. ***Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus, all posted documents/instructions, and complete all posted assignments for Week 1 by Thursday. Failure to complete Week 1 assignment(s) will result in removal from the course.
  • 7. ***Attend proctored pronunciation exam, midterm exam, final exam and/or diagram quizzes (as posted in course) in an SSCC Campus Library.
    • If unable to attend an SSCC Campus Library to complete any proctored exam(s), the student is responsible for locating and making arrangements to complete the proctored exams in an approved educational testing center with proctoring/recording capabilities, or be able to independently install/purchase required software and/or webcam/recording device(s) to complete proctored exams from home, and accept all responsibility for any technical failure/difficulties resulting in zero for proctored exam(s) completed from home. To obtain instructor approval of off-campus proctored testing, the student must contact the instructor before registering for this course to make an off-campus proctored exam request. Upon instructor approval of off-campus proctored exam requests:
      • Testing Center: The student will complete all Testing Center arrangements and forward all Testing Center information to the instructor, at least four weeks prior to any proctored exam, to allow for completion of needed arrangements.
      • Home Testing: The student will complete any/all required installation(s) and contact the instructor to arrange pre-testing of software/device(s), at least four weeks prior to any proctored exam, to allow for completion of needed arrangements.
    • Times and dates for proctored exams are posted in the course. Contact the instructor for further information.
  • 8. Students with accessibility needs must contact Southern State Disability Services (SSDS) at least 45 days prior to start of the semester to allow for any needed arrangements. Please send your SSCC accommodation letter to the instructor as soon as possible.
  • 9. Do not register for this class if you are unable to meet all noted instructor requirements.

***Attention Students - The college requires Microsoft Office 2016 software to be used by all students enrolled in courses or programs that utilize the Microsoft Office package.*** A free student version of Microsoft Office 365 is available with your student email. Go to the My Mail portal and get your free suite of programs.

MAST 1118 HC1 – Human Diseases

Rhonda Davis (rdavis@sscc.edu)

Thank you for choosing a Southern State Community College (SSCC) online course. Read all instructor requirements and course instructions carefully to be prepared for successful completion of your online course.

Students enrolling in this course must:

  • 1. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly coursework. NOTE: It is very easy to fall behind quickly in an online course - one or more chapters may be covered weekly, and include weekly assignments and/or exams. This course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy.
  • 2. Be comfortable with online course tools before classes begin. It is strongly recommended you complete the free Success in the Digital Age Workshop CRDW 0099 offered at SSCC campuses prior to start of the term; contact the Student Success Center at 800.628.7722 x2880, x2881, x2882, or the Contact Form, see your SSCC Advisor and/or the current term schedule for more information.
  • 3. Be able to download Mozilla Firefox and/or Google Chrome browsers to work in the SSCC online Learning Management System (LMS), check system requirements to ensure your computer is capable of using publisher software downloads, attach and upload files, complete/respond to Course Messages and Weekly Discussion Boards, complete homework, assigned projects, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to videos, complete examinations within the online course, and create companion resource accounts (as needed).
  • 4. Have a working knowledge of SSCC Email/My SSCC and have a dedicated, reliable broadband Internet service, a reliable anti-virus program, and be able to ensure/check computer compatibility with Adobe Flash Player, Shockwave, Oracle Java, Apple Quicktime, (see Minimum Computer Requirements) and navigate additional course related websites when needed. NOTE: Dialup service, Wi-Fi, and/or a mobile device such as a smart phone may not be sufficient for successful completion of this course. Do not use cell phone or iPad to complete assignments. If a computer is not available you will need to access campus/library computers frequently, several times weekly, for course updates/changes and to keep up with/complete coursework.
  • 5. ***Purchase the required textbook(s), workbooks, access codes, companion resource/other required materials, by the first day of the term (some required publisher materials may be "bundled" or "packaged" with the textbook in the bookstore - use extreme caution to ensure correct purchase of all required materials). Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore with specific textbook questions and/or email the instructor for additional information.
  • 6. ***Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus, all posted documents/instructions, and complete all posted assignments for Week 1 by Thursday. Failure to complete Week 1 assignment(s) will result in removal from the course.
  • 7. ***Attend proctored midterm exam, final exam and/or diagram quizzes (as posted in course) in an SSCC Campus Library.
    • If unable to attend an SSCC Campus Library to complete any proctored exam(s), the student is responsible for locating and making arrangements to complete the proctored exams in an approved educational testing center with proctoring/recording capabilities, or be able to independently install/purchase required software and/or webcam/recording device(s) to complete proctored exams from home, and accept all responsibility for any technical failure/difficulties resulting in zero for proctored exam(s) completed from home. To obtain instructor approval of off-campus proctored testing, the student must contact the instructor before registering for this course to make an off-campus proctored exam request. Upon instructor approval of off-campus proctored exam requests:
      • Testing Center: The student will complete all Testing Center arrangements and forward all Testing Center information to the instructor, at least four weeks prior to any proctored exam, to allow for completion of needed arrangements.
      • Home Testing: The student will complete any/all required installation(s) and contact the instructor to arrange pre-testing of software/device(s), at least four weeks prior to any proctored exam, to allow for completion of needed arrangements.
    • Times and dates for proctored exams are posted in the course. Contact the instructor for further information.
  • 8. Students with accessibility needs must contact Southern State Disability Services (SSDS) at least 45 days prior to start of the semester to allow for any needed arrangements. Please send your SSCC accommodation letter to the instructor as soon as possible.
  • 9. Do not register for this class if you are unable to meet all noted instructor requirements.

***Attention Students - The college requires Microsoft Office 2016 software to be used by all students enrolled in courses or programs that utilize the Microsoft Office package.*** A free student version of Microsoft Office 365 is available with your student email. Go to the My Mail portal and get your free suite of programs.

MAST 2205 HC1 – Medical Law & Ethics

Rhonda Davis (rdavis@sscc.edu)

Thank you for choosing a Southern State Community College (SSCC) online course. Read all instructor requirements and course instructions carefully to be prepared for successful completion of your online course.

Students enrolling in this course must:

  • 1. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly coursework. NOTE: It is very easy to fall behind quickly in an online course - one or more chapters may be covered weekly, and include weekly assignments and/or exams. This course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy.
  • 2. Be comfortable with online course tools before classes begin. It is strongly recommended you complete the free Success in the Digital Age Workshop CRDW 0099 offered at SSCC campuses prior to start of the term; contact the Student Success Center at 800.628.7722 x2880, x2881, x2882, or the Contact Form, see your SSCC Advisor and/or the current term schedule for more information.
  • 3. Be able to download Mozilla Firefox and/or Google Chrome browsers to work in the SSCC online Learning Management System (LMS), check system requirements to ensure your computer is capable of using publisher software downloads, attach and upload files, complete/respond to Course Messages and Weekly Discussion Boards, complete homework, assigned projects, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to videos, complete examinations within the online course, and create companion resource accounts (as needed).
  • 4. Have a working knowledge of SSCC Email/My SSCC and have a dedicated, reliable broadband Internet service, a reliable anti-virus program, and be able to ensure/check computer compatibility with Adobe Flash Player, Shockwave, Oracle Java, Apple Quicktime, (see Minimum Computer Requirements) and navigate additional course related websites when needed. NOTE: Dialup service, Wi-Fi, and/or a mobile device such as a smart phone may not be sufficient for successful completion of this course. Do not use cell phone or iPad to complete assignments. If a computer is not available you will need to access campus/library computers frequently, several times weekly, for course updates/changes and to keep up with/complete coursework.
  • 5. ***Purchase the required textbook(s), workbooks, access codes, companion resource/other required materials, by the first day of the term (some required publisher materials may be "bundled" or "packaged" with the textbook in the bookstore - use extreme caution to ensure correct purchase of all required materials). Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore with specific textbook questions and/or email the instructor for additional information.
  • 6. ***Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus, all posted documents/instructions, and complete all posted assignments for Week 1 by Thursday. Failure to complete Week 1 assignment(s) will result in removal from the course.
  • 7. ***Attend proctored midterm exam, final exam and/or diagram quizzes (as posted in course) in an SSCC Campus Library.
    • If unable to attend an SSCC Campus Library to complete any proctored exam(s), the student is responsible for locating and making arrangements to complete the proctored exams in an approved educational testing center with proctoring/recording capabilities, or be able to independently install/purchase required software and/or webcam/recording device(s) to complete proctored exams from home, and accept all responsibility for any technical failure/difficulties resulting in zero for proctored exam(s) completed from home. To obtain instructor approval of off-campus proctored testing, the student must contact the instructor before registering for this course to make an off-campus proctored exam request. Upon instructor approval of off-campus proctored exam requests:
      • Testing Center: The student will complete all Testing Center arrangements and forward all Testing Center information to the instructor, at least four weeks prior to any proctored exam, to allow for completion of needed arrangements.
      • Home Testing: The student will complete any/all required installation(s) and contact the instructor to arrange pre-testing of software/device(s), at least four weeks prior to any proctored exam, to allow for completion of needed arrangements.
    • Times and dates for proctored exams are posted in the course. Contact the instructor for further information.
  • 8. Students with accessibility needs must contact Southern State Disability Services (SSDS) at least 45 days prior to start of the semester to allow for any needed arrangements. Please send your SSCC accommodation letter to the instructor as soon as possible.
  • 9. Do not register for this class if you are unable to meet all noted instructor requirements.

***Attention Students - The college requires Microsoft Office 2016 software to be used by all students enrolled in courses or programs that utilize the Microsoft Office package.*** A free student version of Microsoft Office 365 is available with your student email. Go to the My Mail portal and get your free suite of programs.

MAST 2212 JC1 – Medical Transcription

Lucinda Gibson (lgibson4@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at lgibson4@sscc.edu.

MAST 2218 JC1 – Medical Billing & Coding

Lucinda Gibson (lgibson4@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at lgibson4@sscc.edu.

MATH

MATH 1106 HC1 – Pre-Algebra

Zac Kronick (zkronick@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at zkronick@sscc.edu.

MATH 1115 HC1 – Math for the Business & Social Sciences

Robert Krauss (rkrauss@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rkrauss@sscc.edu.

MATH 1116 HC1 & HC2 – Beginning Algebra

Bill Worpenberg (bworpenberg@sscc.edu)

Students must access this course on the first day of the semester.

Proctored Midterm and Final

A proctored midterm and final are required for the course.

For your convenience, instructor proctored tests are scheduled. The Midterm is scheduled for Friday, October 8th. The Final is scheduled for Friday, December 3rd. Both will be at the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost for instructor proctored tests.

You may decide to take your midterm and final at a certified testing center. If so, then indicate that when you answer your instructor's introductory email so that your instructor can help you with that process. There is generally a fee associated with certified testing center proctored tests.

Textbook

Students need to purchase their textbook before the start of the course. Since the textbook is a customized printing, you may want to purchase the textbook through the bookstore. The adopted text is:

  • Beginning Algebra - Math 1106 and Math 1116 - Custom Print
  • Baratto, Custom Print
  • McGraw Hill Publishing Co.
  • Copyright 2016
  • ISBN: 978-1-308-75563-2

This book is used for both the Math 1106 and the Math 1116 courses

MATH 1118 HC1 – Intermediate Algebra

Zac Kronick (zkronick@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at zkronick@sscc.edu.

MATH 1124 HC1 & HJ1 – Finite Math

Robert Krauss (rkrauss@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rkrauss@sscc.edu.

MATH 1135 HC1 & HC2 – Allied Health Math

Bill Worpenberg (bworpenberg@sscc.edu)

Students must access this course on the first day of the semester.

Proctored Midterm and Final

A proctored midterm and final are required for the course.

For your convenience, instructor proctored tests are scheduled. The Midterm is scheduled for Friday, October 8th. The Final is scheduled for Friday, December 3rd. Both will be at the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost for instructor proctored tests.

You may decide to take your midterm and final at a certified testing center. If so, then indicate that when you answer your instructor's introductory email so that your instructor can help you with that process. There is generally a fee associated with certified testing center proctored tests.

Textbook

Students need to purchase their textbook before the start of the course. The adopted text is:

  • Medical Dosage Calculations, 11th Edition
  • Olsen, Giangrasso, Shrimpton
  • Pearon, 2016

MATH 1141 HC1 & HC2 – College Algebra

Bill Worpenberg (bworpenberg@sscc.edu)

Students must access this course on the first day of the semester.

Proctored Midterm and Final

A proctored midterm and final are required for the course.

For your convenience, instructor proctored tests are scheduled. The Midterm is scheduled for Friday, October 8th. The Final is scheduled for Friday, December 3rd. Both will be at the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost for instructor proctored tests.

You may decide to take your midterm and final at a certified testing center. If so, then indicate that when you answer your instructor's introductory email so that your instructor can help you with that process. There is generally a fee associated with certified testing center proctored tests.

Textbook

Students need to purchase their textbook before the start of the course. The adopted text is:

  • Algebra & Trigonometry
  • 11th Edition
  • Sullivan
  • Pearson, 2020
  • ISBN 13-978-0-13-516307-8

MATH 1142 HJ1 – College Trigonometry

Robert Krauss (rkrauss@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rkrauss@sscc.edu.

MATH 2221 HJ1 – Calculus I

Amer Shaw (ashaw@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at ashaw@sscc.edu.

MATH 2281 HJ1 – Introductory Statistics

Amer Shaw (ashaw@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at ashaw@sscc.edu.

PSCI

PSCI 1104 HC1, HC2, & HC3 – American Government (The American Democracy I)

Robin Roche (rroche@sscc.edu)

There are three evaluative components to this course: (1) fifteen Forum assignments (27% of total grade), (2) eight exams (57%), and (3) a research paper (16%).

(1) Forums. There are fifteen weeks of forum discussion questions based on readings. For full credit and to facilitate the best learning environment please follow these guidelines. Weekly Forum Guidelines:

  • You are expected to post an initial response to each forum question by 11:55 pm ET on Fridays. All Forums should be at least 300 words in length. Note: This is a guideline to help avoid last minute posts and allow foroptimal discussion.
  • You must post replies, of at least 100 words, to two or more of your fellow classmates by Sunday, 11:55 PM Eastern Time.

(2) Exams. There will be nine 100-point examinations including a comprehensive final exam. All exams will contain material covered previously in the course/program. Students are expected to achieve a passing score of 70 on the exams. The exam with the lowest score will not be counted toward the final grade. MAKE UP EXAMS WILL NOT BE PROVIDED.

(3) Research Paper. Students will be required to submit a 1,000 to 1,500 word research paper at the end of the last class of week 14. This research paper is designed to focus thought on a particular issue within the American government system. Students should scan the Internet, newspapers, criminal justice forums, evening news, current government professionals, etc., to find an area of particular interest. Research papers must be typed and follow the standards set forth in either the MLA or the APA guidelines. Research papers must have four or more references with at least three being academic references. Academic references are peer review articles published in an academic journal, a website sponsored by an University or a College, or a website site sponsored by a government entity. See the research paper rubric for details.

  • Topic for this paper is an interest group
  • Students must receive the instructor's approval of their topic before beginning. Submit your topic by the end of week 3.
  • Submit your list of references in MILA or APA format by theend of week 7.
  • Research paper is due week 14.

Textbook:

  • American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials
  • By, Barbara A. Bardes, Mack C. Shelley II, and Steffen W. Schmidt 2018,
  • Cengage Learning
  • ISBN: 978-1-337-09121-3

Additional Information:

Student must have textbook (printed or e-book) first week of course. At the completion of this course, the student will: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the history of democracy and its development in the Western World; 2. Understand the definition and operation of a federal system of government and the demands of democracy upon the constituents; 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of rights and privileges; 4. Have the ability to think analytically and critically about politics by developing skills relating to the analysis of political data and using these skills to make informed decisions regarding political issues; and 5. Develop a command of the factual material related to the political issues covered in the course.

PSYC

PSYC 1110 HC1, HC2, & HC3 – Principles of Psychology

Tracy Rice (trice2@sscc.edu)

Textbook:

  • Exploring Psychology (eBook with Launch Pad)
  • Myers, David
  • 11th Edition, 2019
  • MacMillan
  • ISBN: 9781319280253

Or

  • Exploring Psychology (Loose Leaf Sheets)
  • Myers, David
  • 11th Edition, 2019
  • MacMillan
  • ISBN: 978-1-319-12776-3

PSYC 1110 JC1 & TC1 – Principles of Psychology

Thomas Payton (tpayton@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at tpayton@sscc.edu.

PSYC 1110 JS1 & JS2 – Principles of Psychology

Kylena France (kfrance@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at kfrance@sscc.edu.

PSYC 1111 HC1 – Life Span & Human Development

Tracy Rice (trice2@sscc.edu)

Textbook:

  • Development Through Life: A Psychosocial Approach (eBook)
  • Newman, Barbara M., Newman, Phillip R.
  • 13th Edition. 2018.
  • Cengage Learning

Or

  • Development Through Life: A Psychosocial Approach (Rental)
  • Newman, Barbara M., Newman, Phillip R.
  • 13th Edition. 2018.
  • Cengage Learning

Or

  • Development Through Life: A Psychosocial Approach through Cengage Unlimited (with optional Textbook Rental)
  • Newman, Barbara M., Newman, Phillip R.
  • 13th Edition. 2018.
  • Cengage Learning

PSYC 1111 HC2 & JS1 – Life Span & Human Development

Kylena France (kfrance@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at kfrance@sscc.edu.

REST

REST 1171 FH1 – Principles of Real Estate

Linda Wilson (lwilson23@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in REST 1171:

  • 1. Must have the required textbook(s) in hand on the first day of class, and be able to navigate additional websites, including some containing audio/video clips, as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the class, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignments. Failure to do so may result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and take tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be able to use electronic tools (E-Mail, Text, MyCanvas Messaging, etc.) to communicate with classmates and instructor during group discussions/projects.
  • 6. Be aware this is an accelerated class. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. This includes completing assignments on time and asking questions when help is needed. All assignments are due on the posted date - no exceptions.

If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Student Canvas Orientation workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

Textbook:

  • MODERN REAL ESTATE PRACTICE IN OHIO
  • 9th edition (or Current Edition)
  • by Fillmore W. Galaty, Wellington J. Allaway, and Robert C. Kyle
  • Dearborn Financial Publishing Company
  • ISBN: 978-175433753

REST 1173 FH1 – Real Estate Law

Carole Pontious (cpontious@sscc.edu)

Online students engage in learning through weekly assignments, discussion questions, projects, and exams. Attendance is graded through discussion questions and weekly assignments. Students must access the course the first week of the semester by posting their introduction in the discussion forum. Any student not posting their introduction the first week will be dropped from the course. Students must have easy access to a computer and be able to upload assignments and download documents from the course.

Textbook

  • Ohio Real Estate Law
  • 8th Edition
  • Carol K. Irvin, James D. Irvin
  • OnCourse Learning
  • ISBN: 9780324233001

REST 2275 FH1 – Real Estate Finance & Appraisal

Linda Wilson (lwilson23@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in REST 2275:

  • 1. Must have the required textbook(s) in hand on the first day of class, and be able to navigate additional websites, including some containing audio/video clips, as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the class, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignments. Failure to do so may result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and take tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be able to use electronic tools (E-Mail, Text, MyCanvas Messaging, etc.) to communicate with classmates and instructor during group discussions/projects.
  • 6. Be aware this is an accelerated class. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. This includes completing assignments on time and asking questions when help is needed. All assignments are due on the posted date - no exceptions.

If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of the Tutoring Center's Student Canvas Orientation workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

Textbooks:

  • ESSENTIALS OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
  • 15th edition (or Current Edition)
  • by: David Sirota and Doris Barrell
  • Dearborn Real Estate Education
  • ISBN: 1-4277-8593-7
  •  
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
  • 13th edition (or Current Edition)
  • by: William L. Ventolo and Martha R. Williams
  • Dearborn Real Estate Education
  • ISBN: 978-1-4754-6380-4

SOCI

SOCI 1107 JS1 & TS1 – Introduction to Diversity

Jody Bishop (jabishop@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jabishop@sscc.edu.

SOCI 1170 HC1, HC2, & HC3 – Introduction to Sociology

Jody Bishop (jabishop@sscc.edu)

  • 1. This course is entirely web-based and can be taken anywhere there is an internet connection.
  • 2. The course uses MyCanvas as the delivery platform. Students will need to be familiar with the basic operations of the MyCanvas learning platform. Students will be required to log on weekly.
  • 3. It must be said that this course will carry at least the same workload as any face-to-face course. You'll need to be consistent with your participation, the completion of assignments in a timely manner, reading and overall study.
  • 4. The online course requires self-discipline and a lot of self-direction in the absence of in-class lecture and face-to-face interaction. You will need to rely upon much of your own insight, work ethic, and study methods to really learn and internalize the material from this course, more so than in regular face-to-face courses.
  • 5. New course content will be assigned weekly. You will be evaluated based on quizzes, open-ended answer exercise assignments, discussion board posts, and exam performances.
  • 6. Your textbook is the primary content for this course.

SOCI 1170 JS1, JS2, TS1, & TS2 – Introduction to Sociology

Jody Bishop (jabishop@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at jabishop@sscc.edu.

THEA

THEA 1121 HC1 & HC2 – Introduction to Theatre

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

Welcome to THEA 1121: Students enrolled in this course must:

  • 1. Acquire the textbook and script(s) by the first day of class.
  • 2. Have broadband and reliable internet service. Use a wired connection, not a mobile device. Use Google Chrome browser.
  • 3. Log in to Canvas the first day of class and read all the information located on the Home Page, Announcements, Syllabus, etc. Preview the weekly modules and watch the navigation video.
  • 4. Utilize Microsoft Office to submit documents. Students can access Microsoft 365 within MyMail (SSCC email). You are required to use your SSCC email for this course. All course announcements will be sent via SSCC email/Canvas messages.
  • 5. Be familiar with our Learning Management Software, Canvas. The instructor suggests completing the Fall 2021 Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100.
  • 6. Must be able to upload/download/attach documents, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to video assignments, and complete quizzes/test(s). Know how to access Gradebook and view instructor comments on graded assignments.

Textbook:

  • The Essential Theatre
  • By: Oscar G. Brockett
  • Eleventh Edition
  • Cengage Learning
  • ISBN: 978-1-305-41107-4

Additional Information:

In addition to the text, students taking this course fall 2021 will need the following scripts: A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. Samuel French. ISBN: 9780573614637. Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling. Dramatists Play Service. ISBN: 9780822210788. The Diary of Anne Frank (Adapted by Wendy Kesselman). Dramatists Play Service. ISBN: 9780822217183.

THEA 1131 JC1 – Acting I

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rangles@sscc.edu.

THEA 1132 JC1 – Acting II

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rangles@sscc.edu.

THEA 1150 HJ1 – Stage Makeup

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

Stage Makeup will be an online synchronous course for Fall 2020. Synchronous distance learning requires students to attend regularly scheduled ZOOM sessions that more closely approximate a face to face class. ZOOM is our video conferencing software.

You must obtain the text and a makeup kit before day one of class. Check the fall 2020 textbook requirements.

In order to successfully complete THEA 1150 HC1, you must:

  • 1) Be familiar with our Learning Management Software, Canvas. The instructor suggests completing the Fall 2020 Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100.
  • 2) Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable.
  • 3) Attend scheduled "live/synchronous" class meetings.
  • 4) Have a webcam and a microphone attached or built in to your computer (desktop or laptop, not smart phone).
  • 5) Use the following software for written assignments/projects: Microsoft Office (for PowerPoint and Word).

THEA 2231 JC1 – Advanced Acting

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

For online course requirements please contact your instructor at rangles@sscc.edu.