Course Information

for Business Department

 

Introduction to Accounting (ACC100)

Credits:3

This course introduces the students to the fundamentals of basic accounting concepts and procedures with emphasis on the accounting cycle of a sole proprietorship enterprise and accrual accounting for a merchandising firm. Prerequisites: None

Supplementary Accounting Topics (ACC110)

Credits:3

Introduction to Financial Accounting I (ACC111)

Credits:3

This course introduces the students to the fundamentals of basic accounting concepts and procedures with emphasis on the accounting cycle of a sole proprietorship enterprise and accrual accounting for a merchandising firm. Comprehensive problems provide application and reinforcement of the complete accounting cycle, use of business documents, payroll accounting, journals and subsidiary ledgers. Prerequisites: None.

Introduction to Financial Accounting II (ACC121)

Credits:3

This course covers the fundamentals of special accounting procedures and accounting for organisations using comprehensive problems. These provide application and develop analytical skills in order to show clear understanding of business and non-trading organisation, their accounting implication and the accounting technique and procedure appropriate to them. Prerequisites: ACC111.

Introduction to Accounting Information Systems (ACC214R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Cost Accounting (ACC221R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Cost Accounting II (ACC222R)

Credits:3

Cost Accounting (ACC231)

Credits:3

This course teaches elements of cost, cost classification and ascertainment, unit costs, and total costs, fixed and variable costs, classification of cost by nature and function. It describes the system of job, batch and process costing as well as exposes students to the preparation of a number of budgets used in a manufacturing organization.

Cost Accounting (ACC231R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Managerial Accounting (ACC232)

Credits:3

This course teaches standard costing, the computation of variances, break even, accounting ratios and capital appraisal techniques.

Managerial Accounting (ACC232R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Taxation (ACC240)

Credits:3

This course is designed as an introductory course into taxation. Its emphasis will be on the imposition, practice and coverage of taxes from a British perspective with direct references to Antigua and Barbuda tax laws. At the end of the course individuals should have a greater understanding of taxes, how they affect their everyday lives and how to prepare basic income tax returns. Specific areas to be covered are partnership or individual taxation, corporation income tax, withholding tax and value added tax (vat) commonly known in Antigua and Barbuda as the ABST. Prerequisites: ACC121 This course is currently offered only in our Evening Programme.

Introduction to Auditing (ACC245)

Credits:3

This course is designed to enable students to understand what an auditor does, how and why financial statement audits are performed and develop in students an appreciation for the limitations of a financial statement audit. At the conclusion of the course students should have an understanding of the auditing process. With this understanding, students should be able to plan a financial statement audit. Students should also be able to decide whether they wish to pursue a career in auditing. Prerequisites:None

Introduction to Accounting Information Systems (ACC250)

Credits:3

The course design takes into consideration the student’s practical knowledge of manual financial accounting and the application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The course is therefore a very practical course in which the student is taught how to identify primary source documents and to create inventory costing sheets using a spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel). The student is taught how to set up a company profile in QuickBooks, how to create a chart of accounts, how to enter inventory and non-inventory parts, how to enter data using primary source documents and how to extract monthly reports including aging accounts receivable, accounts payable, bank reconciliation statement, profit and loss statement and balance sheet.

College Algebra (ALG100R)

Credits:3

Created for Regsosoft

Business Administration (BAD221R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Business Calculations I (BCL211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Business Calculations II (BCL212R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Business Communication I (BCM211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Business Communication II (BCM212R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Business Communication III (BCM221R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Business Communication IV (BCM222R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Business Ethics (BET211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Business Law I (BLW212R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Business Law II (BLW221R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Organisational Behaviour (BOB201R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Business Studies (BST122R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Business (BUS101)

Credits:3

This course is designed to give the first semester business student a solid foundation of the essential topics they need to understand. It provides an understanding of how businesses operate, the forms of business ownership, the management and organizational processes, effective marketing, financial management, the accounting function, ethical and social responsibilities and the global business environment. Prerequisites: None.

Essential Business Skills (BUS102)

Credits:3

This is a course designed to give the student a broad overview of the functions, responsibilities, structures, principles and practices of business. The student is provided with an introduction to the function, structure and organisation of business. The student is introduced to the role of the office in the context of large and small organisations and is also provided with information on how to successfully operate a business on a daily basis with specific reference to communication, records management, business documentation, inventory control etc.

Introduction to Business Communication (BUS111)

Credits:3

This course aims to enhance students’ information gathering, information processing, oral and written communication skills. It focuses on both the reading and listening skills required for basic research, effective comprehension and assimilation and summary information. The course is designed to also prepare students to communicate efficiently in the business world. Students are expected to utilize the available technology as well as library resources. Prerequisites: CXC English A General Proficiency Grades 1, 2 or 3.

Business and Writing Formats (BUS112)

Credits:3

This course continues to build the skills learned in Introduction to Business Communication. It focuses on developing the critical thinking skills required for research, effective comprehension and assimilation and summary information. The course is designed to also prepare students to communicate efficiently in the business world. Students are expected to utilize the available technology as well as library resources. Prerequisites: BUS111

Applied Communication Skills I (BUS113)

Credits:3

This course is designed to orient students towards the skills necessary for a course in communication specific to business operations. Assuming that the students are fairly proficient in the basic communication skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in English, the course aims to train them in communicating efficiently in the workplace and professional contexts. This course will examine the basic interpersonal communication process within the written and oral channels, with practical applications for the business world. Prerequisites: None

Applied Communication Skills (BUS114)

Credits:3

As of 201920, Replaces BUS113 and BUS115 (Combines both courses)

Applied Communication Skills II (BUS115)

Credits:3

This course is designed to present situations for the students to apply knowledge and skills in various learning environments. It will include oral presentations including impromptu speeches, communicating through the electronic media, interviewing techniques, making applications for jobs. Prerequisites: BUS113

Introduction to Business Studies (BUS116)

Credits:3

This course highlights the nature of business studies and its role as a subsystem within the total environment of an enterprise. It defines the aims and scope of acquiring skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for success in different types of business and economics.

Quality Customer Care (BUS120)

Credits:3

This course is designed to sensitize students to the crucial role that quality customer service plays in the success of organisations. The importance of delivering quality customer service consistently will be emphasized. Strategies and techniques designed to maintain and exceed customer expectations will be examined. The role of the service provider and the importance of attitude and professionalism will be explored.

Introduction to Microeconomics (BUS121)

Credits:3

This course introduces microeconomic issues and concepts such as scarcity, economic resources, demand, supply, elasticity, and market structures. Fundamental tools of economic analysis, such as graphs, equations and models are also introduced. Students are provided with an understanding of how economies function through a blend of economic theories and real-world applications. Prerequisites: None.

Introduction to Macroeconomics (BUS122)

Credits:3

This course introduces macro economic issues and concepts such as national income and employment, unemployment and inflation, national income and produce account, consumption and investment, change in income and multiplier, money: its nature and functions, the banking system and the money supply, balance of payments and exchange rates, the deficit and the national debt and economic growth and development. Prerequisites: None.

Training Office I (BUS140)

Credits:3

This course is undertaken in the Practice Office. Each student is required to play the part of an employee of Golden Enterprises Ltd. (a simulated company). They will be required to work through a set of exercises employing techniques and skills learnt in the classroom. They will begin by establishing the financial and employee records for Golden Enterprises Ltd. and set up the filing systems for five departments (accounts, sales, purchasing, stores and administration and personnel). During each session they will complete documents designed to reinforce the theory of the classroom (i.e. purchasing, sales, payroll). The student will be assessed on a continuous basis and all documentation must be checked by their supervisor.

Administrative Office Management (BUS141)

Credits:3

This course is designed to expose students to the concepts of administrative management aimed at increasing efficiency and productivity in the operation of a business. Areas covered will include the role of the office manager, the structure of organizations, management of the office environment, management of office systems and records, management of cash, payroll, buying and selling transactions and techniques for improving productivity in the office. Also covered are other office functions such as forms design and control, quality and quantity control and budgetary and cost control. Prerequisite: None.

Business Law I (BUS150)

Credits:3

This course is designed to introduce students to the study of Law, focusing on the sources of Law, resolving legal disputes, the Law of Contract, terms of contract, defects in the contract, discharge of contract, and remedies of breach of contract. Prerequisites: None.

Basic Principles of Insurance (BUS170)

Credits:3

This course is an elective. It is Part I of the Caribbean Insurance Foundation Certificate (CIFC) programme. A student who completes both parts and is sucessful in the examinations qulaifies for this certification. The course is organised and delivered by professionals in the insurance industry. There is a cost of EC$450 which covers course material and exam fees. These fees are not ASC fees. The second part of the programme is Legal and Business Aspects of Insurance (BUS175).

Property Insurance Contract Coverage (BUS174)

Credits:3

This course is offered as an elective.

Legal and Business Aspects of Insurance (BUS175)

Credits:3

This course is an elective. It is Part II of the Caribbean Insurance Foundation Certificate (CIFC) programme. A student who completes both parts and is sucessful in the examinations qulaifies for this certification. The course is organised and delivered by professionals in the insurance industry. There is a cost of EC$450 which covers course material and exam fees. These fees are not ASC fees. The first part of the programme is Basic Principles of Insurance (BUS170).

Small Business Management (BUS176)

Credits:3

This course is designed as a practical study of the activities and skills needed to successfully manage a small, independent business. Emphasis is on decision-making in the areas of: expenses, price determination, sales promotion, purchasing, essential records, financial management, inventory control, accounts receivable, investment and considerations in starting or buying a business.

Introduction to International Business (BUS201)

Credits:3

Introduction to Business Administration (BUS202)

Credits:3

This course is designed to provide the student the opportunity to investigate and solve common business problems taking on the role of junior management. The student will be introduced to ethics in business and social responsibility. They will also receive an introduction to the human resource, production, distribution and export departments. Time management, organisation methods and techniques and business meetings are also covered. Prerequisites: BUS101

Advanced Skills in Business Communication (BUS211)

Credits:3

This course is designed to provide the advanced writing skills required for managerial sections of a business. This will include technical descriptions, giving instructions, analyzing a process, summarizing, report writing (recommendations). It will also focus on decorum required in the office.

Applied Skills in Business Communication (BUS212)

Credits:3

This course is designed to present situations for the students to apply knowledge and skills in various learning environments. It will include oral presentations including impromptu speeches, communicating through the electronic media, interviewing techniques, making applications for jobs, and a research paper of 3000 words.

Training Office II (BUS240)

Credits:3

This course is designed to provide the student with practical experiences working in five standard departments (accounts, stores, administration and personnel, sales and purchasing). Each student will be assigned to a team which is required to spend 3 weeks (12 hours) in each one of the 5 departments. The student will have the opportunity to operate as a supervisor in at least one of the departments where they will be responsible for the success of their team in that department. They will be required to prioritize the duties assigned and the supervisor is responsible for the daily output and efficiency of their team members. The student will be assessed on a continuous basis and all documentation must be checked by their supervisor

Administrative Office Management Practicum (BUS241)

Credits:3

This course is designed to give students the opportunity to perform various business functions as students work together in a simulated office environment. The course will cover the various aspects of administrative responsibilities in offices to include things like arranging travel itinerary, events planning, time management, records management, handling incoming and outgoing communications, e-mail, buying and selling transactions, recording and posting of accounting transactions, proper use of the internet for research purposes and administration of salaries and wages. Students are involved in decision-making, critical thinking and team building activities. This course also focuses on helping students to build a professional image for career advancement. Prerequisites: ACC111, BUS113, BUS141

Operating and Sustaining a Successful Business Enterprise (BUS245)

Credits:3

Business Law II (BUS251)

Credits:3

This course aims to enable students to develop a broad understanding of the legal implications of problems and situations commonly faced in business and the ability to apply legal principles to the solution. It also aims to give students an understanding of the law regulating professional practice. Prerequisites: BUS150

Organisational Behavior (BUS260)

Credits:3

This course builds on the foundation established in the prerequisite course Introduction to Business Studies. Each of us is a part of some form of organisation, be it the family unit, a church, or a workplace. The success of the organisation depends in large part on how well the individuals that make up the organisation function towards achieving the organisational goals. As students of management, it is important to understand the nature and dynamics of behavior within an organisational context. An appreciation of how the organisation’s structures, culture, politics, systems affect individual behaviours and performance is critical to your effectiveness as a manager. We will also look into various theories of organisational behavior and some approaches available to resolve the issues identified from the above. At the end of the day, the goal is to gain a better understanding of what makes and organisation work, and what hinders the attainment of organisational goals.

Capstone Project (BUS290)

Credits:3

Internship (BUS299)

Credits:3

This course is designed to provide the students with practical experience and provide them with a suitable venue to practice their skills and knowledge in a real business environment. Prior to their internship the students will attend 3 days of orientation sessions designed to prepare them for the work environment. They will spend 6 weeks interned with a suitable business place where they will be visited by a tutor at least once. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all courses for the Associate Degree Programme. Head of Department must verify the student's academic record to ensure all requirements for internship are met and authorize registration for this course.

Calculus for Business (CAL101R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Caribbean Insurance Foundation Certificate Part 1 (CIF100R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (CIS110)

Credits:3

This course offers a maximum of hands-on work. Extensive out-of-class work is necessary. This course is designed to allow students to develop a basic level of competency in using word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and communications software, including the use of the Internet for communication and research. Integrated into the delivery of the course is exposure to working in a network environment and developing an understanding of what computers are, their main parts and functions with particular attention to file management. On completion of the course, students should be able to produce a variety of documents from each of the software packages learned. This is a required course for all students.

Powerpoint - A Professional Approach (CIS114)

Credits:3

This course offers a maximum of hands-on work. Extensive out-of-class work is necessary. This course will provide students with an operational knowledge of presentation software, including the use of standard and automated features of the software, such as AutoContent Wizards, as well as customizing features such as slide masters and templates. Students will practice their skills through various exercises and assignments, and will have the opportunity to research, create, and present a custom PowerPoint presentation.

Database Administration and Techniques (CIS115)

Credits:3

This course aims to start to develop the student's ability to apply system building tools and techniques in order to eventually construct high quality systems to meet the needs of businesses. It addresses the student's need to understand the fundamentals of designing and building robust and flexible database applications. The course is practical and uses a case study approach to give students the grounding they require to take courses at a higher level. This course is offered as an elective.

Text Production (CIS120)

Credits:3

Beyond the Basics: Spreadsheet (CIS125)

Credits:3

This course offers the participant the opportunity to explore intermediate and some advanced features of spreadsheet software using Microsoft Excel. Extensive out-of-class work is necessary.

Beyond the Basics: Wordprocessing (CIS126)

Credits:3

This course offers the participant the opportunity to explore intermediate and some advanced features of word processing software using Microsoft Word. Extensive out-of-class work is necessary.

Advanced PowerPoint (CPP103R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Customer Service II (CSE112R)

Credits:1

Created for Regcosoft 06-Mar-2018

Customer Service (CSE222R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Essential Business Skills (EBS211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Introduction to Academic Writing (ENG100)

Credits:3

The course Introduction to Academic Writing is designed to give students the opportunity to enhance their writing skills to meet the writing demands of various courses to be studied in the entire associate degree programme. This course will also provide opportunity for credits when students proceed to other colleges and universities in the region and beyond. Prerequisites: CXC English A General Proficiency, Grades 1, 2 or 3.

Financial Accounting I (FAC211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Financial Accounting II (FAC212R)

Credits:3

Financial Accounting III (FAC313R)

Credits:3

Fitness (FIT101R)

Credits:1

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to French I (FRE100)

Credits:3

This course is designed for students with no prior knowledge of French. Therefore, it is aimed at developing basic communicative competence in French by equipping students with both the receptive skills (listen, read) and the productive skills (speak, write) to function in common real-life situations where French is used. It is also expected to serve as a foundation course for continued studies in French. Prerequisite: None

Introduction to French II (FRE110)

Credits:3

Gender Studies (GST112R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Accounting (IAC211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Internship (INT220R)

Credits:6

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Finance (ITF221R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Finance and Statistics (ITF222R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Keyboarding (KBD11R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Life Skills (LSK112R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Macroeconomics (MAE222R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Mandarin (MAN100)

Credits:3

Functional Math: A Foundation Course for Business Students (MAT051)

Credits:3

Functional Math: A Foundation Course for Business Students (MAT098)

Credits:0

This course is designed to engage the student in extensive fundamental skill building in mathematics. The focus will be on strengthening computational and conceptual skills so that the student can apply these to problem solving in a business context. Prerequisites: None

Precollege Algebra (MAT099)

Credits:0

Business Calculations I (MAT100)

Credits:3

This course introduces students to basic mathematical concepts as applied in a business context, through topics such as simple and compound interest, hire purchase, foreign exchange, and partnership calculations. Basic accounting principles such as gross and net profit are also included in this course.

Business Calculations II (MAT110)

Credits:3

This course builds on mathematical concepts covered and proficiency attained in Business Calculations I and explores more advanced concepts in a business context, through topics such as present value and time value of money, depreciation, bankruptcy, and graphs and charts.

Introduction to Business Mathematics I (MAT111)

Credits:3

Introduction to Business Mathematics II (MAT112)

Credits:3

Business Mathematics (MAT120)

Credits:3

This course introduces students to basic mathematical concepts as applied in a business context, through topics such as simple and compound interest, hire purchase, foreign exchange partnership calculations, depreciation and bankruptcy. Basic accounting principles such as gross and net profit are also included in this course. Prerequisites: CXC Math, General Proficiency Grades 1, 2 or 3.

College Algebra (MAT122)

Credits:3

This beginning algebra course is for students in business, economics, management and the social sciences. It offers a detailed review of the concepts in algebra. This course is designed to prepare students for business calculus. It is also an excellent preparatory course that will prepare students for work in trigonometry, statistics, finite mathematics, discrete mathematics or courses in computer science. Concepts taught include, graphing, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial and rational functions. Prerequisites: CXC Math, General Proficiency Grades 1, 2 or 3.

Introduction to Finance and Statistics (MAT130)

Credits:3

This course builds on mathematical concepts covered, and proficiency attained in Business Mathematics and explores more advanced concepts in a business context relating to managing and assessing a business, through topics such as business ownership, profitability and liquidity, investment appraisal and probability.

Elementary Statistics with Business Application (MAT132)

Credits:3

This course is designed to enable the student to understand the concept of randomness and its role in sampling and data collection, the concept of probability and introduce the concept of Correlation and Linear Regression. Prerequisites: MAT120

Calculus for Business (MAT222)

Credits:3

This beginning calculus course is for students in business, economics, management and the social sciences. It offers a brief pre-calculus review of algebra, the real number line, ordering and inequalities. It introduces students to basic calculus and its applications in business including banking, finance and economics. Concepts taught include, functions, graphs and limits; the derivative and slope of a curve including rules for differentiation; increasing and decreasing functions; optimization problems and other business and economic applications; and introduction to integration. Prerequsites: MAT122.

Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (MCA211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Principles of Management (MGT110)

Credits:3

This course offers an introduction to the theory and practice of management that have applicability to all types of enterprises; basic management philosophy and decision making; principles involved in planning, organizing, leading and controlling; and recent concepts in management. Management is discussed as a functional, problem-solving process, which is aimed at the accomplishment of organisational goals efficiently and effectively. Prerequisites: None.

Human Resource Management (MGT210)

Credits:3

This course offers an introduction to the theories and practices of human resource management that would develop the understanding of students in areas such as policies, systems and programmes that are essential in effective contemporary organisations. It incorporates the acquisition of technical knowledge and strategic focus that allows students to develop the skills and aptitude necessary to manage and support the operations of the human resource department on a global level. Prerequisites: MGT110, BUS260.

In Practice: Human Resource Management (MGT215)

Credits:3

This course offers an introduction to the theories and practices of human resource management that would develop the understanding of students in areas such as policies, systems and programmes that are essential in effective contemporary organizations. It incorporates the acquisition of technical knowledge and strategic focus that allows students to develop the skills and aptitude necessary to manage and support the operations of human resource management on a global level.

Microeconomics (MIE211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Introduction to Marketing (MKT100R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Marketing (MKT101)

Credits:3

This is an introductory course designed to introduce the student to the basic principles of the marketing function and to equip them with the necessary concepts that are applied in marketing decision-making. Marketing strategies will be examined along with marketing concepts and their application to the industry.

Marketing in a Global Economy (MKT110)

Credits:3

This course will present an overview of the unique aspects of marketing in the international business environment and provide the framework upon which multinational marketing management can be based. Emphasis will be placed on the role of the international marketing manager in the development of marketing strategies for a variety of markets in diverse cultural, political and economic situations. Focus will be on the decision making process in the areas of foreign market analysis, target identification, product planning, promotion and channels of distribution. Prerequisites: ENG100, MKT101

Essentials of International Marketing (MKT111)

Credits:3

Introduction to Visual Communication in Marketing (MKT115)

Credits:3

This course offers a maximum of hands-on work. Extensive out-of-class work is necessary. This course is designed to allow students to develop a basic level of competency in using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Indesign as well as various typefaces, fonts and images to develop graphical media for marketing campaigns. Integrated into the delivery of the course is exposure to various rules and tips that designers should follow in developing print as well as screen-based media relative to their target market. The course also exposes the student to a range of terminologies used within the design field. On completion of the course, students should be able to produce a variety of print and screen-based media from each of the software packages learned. Prerequisites: CIS110 or CXC Technical Proficiency at Grade 1,2 or 3.

Introduction to Internet Marketing (MKT201)

Credits:3

Students will learn how the Internet has become an indispensable tool for business and the role that Web sites play in marketing products and services. Students will learn the advantages and disadvantages of Internet marketing, and how to build a site that reflects good marketing practice. The course also covers Web hosting options, costs, site content, and site maintenance. NOTE: Although the course does cover basic site development and good marketing practice, it does not cover graphic design, advanced website design, or detailed HTML programming. Prerequisites: MKT101

Marketing Research (MKT210)

Credits:3

Marketing Research is based on a proactive approach to the management of marketing information and the application of that information to marketing decisions. At its best, marketing research will provide the students with valuable insights concerning markets, customers, products, and business strategy. Prerequisites: MKT101, MAT132

Creating Effective Business Plans (MKT215)

Credits:3

Advertising and Promotion (MKT216)

Credits:3

This course will introduce key concepts related to the promotions mix and the various components will be introduced in an IMC (integrated marketing communications) framework. Students will be introduced to a variety of creative approaches to attract attention and effectively communicate marketing messages. The role and advantages of advertising, sales promotion, public relations, direct marketing and internet marketing will be introduced. Ethical and regulatory considerations will also be explored. Prerequisites: MKT101, BUS115.

Business Mathematics (MTH100R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Music (MUS100)

Credits:3

This course is designed to provide a basic experience in music with an emphasis on music appreciation. Prerequisites: None

Music (MUS111R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Fitness Techniques (PED101)

Credits:1

Life Skills (PLS120)

Credits:3

Introduction to Caribbean Politics (POL121)

Credits:3

In this course students will be introduced to issues relating to the historical evolution of the Caribbean’s society and economy. They will also become familiar with contemporary socio-economic and political development issues. It is hoped that upon completion of this course that students should be able to identify, describe, understand, analyse and explain the historical and contemporary forces shaping Caribbean politics. Students should also have a basic knowledge of the workings of Caribbean political systems. Prerequisites: None

Principles of Management (POM222R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Psychology (PSY100)

Credits:3

The aim of this course is to introduce the learners to the concept of psychology and how it relates to their daily lives in terms of the development of personality, their learning styles and physical and emotional health. Prerequisites: None.

Introduction to Psychology (PSY100R)

Credits:3

Social Psychology (PSY120)

Credits:3

Spreadsheet - Beyond the Basics (SBB212R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Caribbean Studies (SOC110)

Credits:3

This course of study is aimed at providing students with the opportunity to equip themselves with relevant skills and knowledge to the distinctive physical, political and socioeconomic challenges facing small island states in the region. Additionally, it will foster a better understanding of Caribbean cultural diversity and identities, as well as an appreciation of the importance of dealing justly and equitably with other groups and individuals. Moreover, it will allow students o be more aware of how current global trends and cultures affect, and are affected by the Caribbean and its diaspora. Preerequisites: None

Sociology (SOC111R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Gender Studies (SOC115)

Credits:3

This course will introduce students to key concepts and theories on gender and development. It covers both theoretical developments, and the debates surrounding these theories. It will examine debates such as those about: sex versus gender, sameness versus difference, women in development, gender and development and the question of the mainstreaming of gender in all disciplines. The course will also explore how gender and gender inequalities are constituted by and through social, cultural and political processes.

Introduction to Sociology (SOC116)

Credits:3

A study of the areas presented will provide students with an understanding of the social issues in Caribbean Societies and by extension the world. It will also develop a sense of personal and cultural identity including a moral responsibility and commitment as Caribbean people.

Introduction to Sociology (SOC212R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Introduction to Spanish I (SPA100)

Credits:3

This course is designed for students with no prior knowledge of Spanish. Therefore, it is aimed at developing basic communicative competence in Spanish by equipping students with both the receptive skills (listen, read) and the productive skills (speak, write) to function in common real-life situation where Spanish is used. It is also expected to serve as a foundation course for continued studies in Spanish. Prerequisites: None.

Introduction to Spanish II (SPA110)

Credits:3

This course is designed to foster in students the ability and desire to use Spanish effectively for the purpose of practical communication in basic every day situations.

Contemporary Communication (SPE110)

Credits:3

This course seeks to provide and develop in students competency skills and knowledge in oral and written expressions in various social contexts, pertinent to academic and business environments. It will address issues like preparing reports, speech preparation and delivery, conducting interviews, conducting basic research and evaluating sources to determine validity and reliability. Exposure to this course will enable students to use various approaches and methodologies in preparing and delivering messages. Prerequisites: None

Public Speaking (SPE111)

Credits:3

This course seeks to foster and instill in the educands competency skills and knowledge in the area of Public Speaking preparation, delivery and evaluation in various linguistic social contexts. In addition, it aims at fulfilling the requirement for satisfying College Certification for the Associate Degree. Prerequisites: None.

Spanish I (SPN211R)

Credits:3

Crated for Regcosoft

Spanish II (SPN212R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Training Office I (TOF211R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft 12/12/2016

Training Office II (TOF221R)

Credits:3

Created for Regcosoft

Text Production (TPD212R)

Credits:3

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