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Course Information and Descriptions
AOS 239
Social Media/Social Networking
3 Hours
in Business (3-0)
This course provides an introduction to the use of social media and
social networking within a business context. The course provides an
overview of the role of social media and networking in building and
managing customer relationships as a component of the marketing
program. Students will develop the tools to communicate with
customers using the major social network platforms such as
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and blogs.
AOS 239 and BUS 239 are cross-listed.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
AOS 253
Leadership (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will focus on the elements and concepts related to
leadership. Various levels of leadership concepts will be examined
including self-leadership, entrepreneurial leadership, team
leadership, strategic leadership, and organizational leadership. Topics
include leadership vision, culture and values, and strategy
development and execution. Personal leadership competencies such
as emotional intelligence, cross-cultural competencies, and
leveraging via delegation and talent development will also be
covered.
AOS 253 and BUS 253 are cross-listed.
Prerequisite: BUS 121 or Department Consent.
Recommended: BUS 223 or BUS 233 or AOS 233
Typically offered fall only
AOS 299
Selected Topics in Office
Automation (Variable)
1-3 Hours
A course designed to meet the needs of students for specialized
instruction in current office automation topics. Topics will be
identified for each section of the course.
Course fee
May be taken four times, but any topic only once
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult Basic Education, GED® and ESL Division
Building 4, (847) 543-2021
Adult Education classes are intended for people who live in Lake
County. They are not appropriate for students with B1, B2, F1,
F2, J1 or J2 visas, nor are they appropriate for short-term visitors
to the U.S.
In general, students must be at least 18 years old in order to enroll
in adult education classes. However, 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds
may register with an official Secondary School Reference Form
signed by their local High School authorized representative. U.S.
High School graduates and 16-year-olds must meet additional
eligibility requirements. Students must attend an orientation
session before scheduling a placement test and attending classes.
The Adult Basic Education, GED and ESL Division provides several
specific types of educational opportunities and is funded in part by
grants from the federal government.
ABE 1
Adult Basic Education I (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is an individualized program in reading, language
development, mathematics and life-coping skills. Students progress
at their own rates through basic reading, writing and arithmetic
skills.
ABE 2
Adult Basic Education II (3-0)
3 Hours
This is a program designed to teach and review basic reading,
writing, and mathematics skills necessary to function satisfactorily in
daily life. The program takes an individualized approach. Students’
needs determine level and kinds of materials used.
ABE 3
Pre General Educational Development (3-0) 3 Hours
This is an individualized program in general language development
and mathematics. Students progress at their own rates in reading
comprehension, English grammar, spelling and punctuation, as well
as in mathematics. The program is designed to raise basic skills in
mathematics, reading and language to a level which will enable
students to pursue the GED program.
ABE 10
Literacy I (Variable)
3-6 Hours
This course is an individualized program of instruction focusing on
developing literacy skills in reading, writing and arithmetic. The
course is designed to meet each student’s personal goals.
ABE 11
Literacy II (3-0)
3 Hours
This course is designed to raise students’ basic literacy skills in
reading, writing and arithmetic to a grade level equivalent of 2.0 or
higher on a standardized assessment (e.g.TABE). Students will
progress at their own rate.
ABE 13
Beginning Mathematics 1 (Variable)
0.5-4 Hours
This mathematics course will cover whole numbers 0-100.
ABE 15
Beginning Mathematics 2 (Variable)
0.5-4 Hours
This mathematics course will cover addition and subtraction.
ABE 17
Beginning Mathematics 3 (Variable)
0.5-4 Hours
This mathematics course will cover geometric properties.
ABE 19
Beginning Mathematics 4 (Variable)
0.5-4 Hours
This mathematics course will cover surveys and graphs.
ABE 20
Beginning ABE I (Variable)
3-6 Hours
This course is an individualized program of instruction for students
with emerging reading, writing, language, arithmetic and life skills
development. Students will progress and master the basic skills at
their own rate. Students’ needs determine level and kinds of
materials used.
ABE 21
Beginning ABE II (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will review, teach and maintain basic skills in reading,
writing, math and life skills. Students will progress at their own rate.
Students’ needs determine level and kinds of materials
ABE 22
Basic Reading 1 (Variable)
0.5-4 Hours
This reading class teaches syllable patterns, phonemes, vocabulary
and reading comprehension strategies.
ABE 23
Basic Mathematics 1 (Variable)
3-6 Hours
This mathematics course will cover basic number concepts,
mathematical language, and whole number topics (0-100,000).
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