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Film/Videotape

This course exposes students to the materials, processes, and artistic techniques involved in film or videotape.  Students learn about the operation of a camera, lighting techniques, camera angles, depth of field, composition, storyboarding, sound capture, and editing techniques.  Course topics may also include production values and various styles of fimmaking (documentary, storytelling, news magazines, animation, and so on).  As students advance, the instruction regarding the creative process becomes more refined, and students are encouraged to develop their own artistic style.  In order t

AP Computer Science A

This course introduces students to computer science with fundamental topics that include problem-solving, design strategies and methodologies, organization of data (data structures), approaches to processing data (algorithms), analysis of potential solutions, and the ethical and social implications of computing.  The course emphasizes both object-oriented and imperative problem-solving and design.  These techniques represent proven approaches for developing solutions that can scale from small, simple problems to large, complex problems.  This course is intended to prepare students for the A

Computer Science/Programming - other language

Computer programming is a one-year course designed to enable students to develop skills in writing computer programs in the Python, Matlab or SQL languages.  Topics will include algorithmic solutions of mathematical problems, software development, top-down program design, object-oriented programming, web page design, objects and methods, syntax, primitive datatypes, strings loops, arrays, searching and sorting. 

Office Aide

Course provides students with the opportunity to work in campus offices, developing skills related to clerical office work. Duties may include, among others, typing, filing, record keeping, receiving visitors, answering the telephone, and duplicating. Emphasis is placed on appropriate work attitude, human relations, and proper office procedures.

Technology Literacy/ General Computer Applications

Designed for students with an interest in exploring the uses of the personal computer, General Computer Applications courses provide experience in the proper use of previously written software packages.  A wide range of applications is explored, including (but not limited to) word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, and database programs.

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