CHAMBER MEMBERS GET “MATCHING SCHOLARSHIP” FOR CLASSES AT THE COLLEGE!

The Centralia College Foundation, through the Ellis Oliver Endowment, is pleased to offer tuition/fee assistance for Chamber members and their employees to take classes through a “Matching Scholarship” for specific (see below) classes at Centralia College during Summer and Fall quarters.

 

The classes are:

SUMMER QUARTER (classes run July 3-August 11) Registration deadline is July 3

 

INTRO TO BUSINESS

1077 BUS& 101BP1 – 5 credits Online

Introduction to the world of business. Emphasis will include functions of business, management, types of business ownership, human resources, production, marketing, ethics, and the role of accounting.

 

BUSINESS MATH

1072 BUS 121AT4 – 5 credits  10:30-11:50am MW  WSC 211

Surveys the commercial application of mathematics designed to assess and analyze business activities and their effect on cost, profitability and overall performance. Prerequisite: MATH 096 or equivalent test score.

 

KEYBOARDING FOR BUSINESS

1054 BTEC 101A3 – 3 credits  10_30-11:50am MTWTh  WAH 205

For beginning students. Learn to keyboard to 25wpm by touch. Develop speed, accuracy and apply basic word processing techniques to letters, reports and tables.

 

APPLIED BUSINESS MATH

1058 BTEC 120A3 – 5 credits  9-10:20 am  MW  WSC 215

Fundamental arithmetic skills applied to a wide range of business activities. Topics include; banking, discounts, payroll, simple interest, markups and markdowns and promissory notes.

 

WORD 1

1063 BTEC 210AP1 – 5 credits Online

Class covers Word in depth: document preparation, formatting, graphics, WordArt, columns, sorts, charts, mail merge, and styles. Students will format business documents to business standards. Prerequisite: keyboard skill of 35wpm

 

EXCEL

1065 BTEC 214AP1 – 5 credits  Online

A hands-on approach for beginning through intermediate level applications of Excel spreadsheet using a variety of business applications. Prerequisite: word processing, windows, keyboard skills.

 

DESKTOP PUBLISHING

1067 BTEC 218R5 – 4 credits   Flexible – taught in Morton

Course covers desktop publishing terminology and concepts to plan, create, and design professional-looking businesses and personal documents. Prerequisite: Word, keyboard speed of 35wpm.

 

FALL QUARTER (classes run September 18-December 4) Registration deadline is September 18

 

 

PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING 1

3069 ACCT 110A – 3 credits  8-8:50am  MWF  WAH 205

Emphasizes fundamental principles of double-entry accounting as applied to bookkeeping systems. The course focuses on the development of the accounting cycle for small businesses and professional organizations.

 

INTRO TO BUSINESS

315 BUS& 101A4 – 5 credits  10-10:50am  MWF  WSC215

Introduction to the world of business. Emphasis will include functions of business, management, types of business ownership, human resources, production, marketing, ethics, and the role of accounting.

 

MERCHANDISING MANAGEMENT

3164 BUS 240A3 – 5 credits  12-12:50pm  MWF  MSG106

This course emphasizes the principles and concepts of merchandising management and studies store management, inventory control, purchasing, pricing, logistics, customer relationship management, and advertising.

 

KEYBOARD SKILLBUILDING 1

3123 BTEC 102B4 – 3 credits 9-9:50am  Daily WAH 207

3124 BTEC 102C4 – 3 credits 10-10:50 am Daily WAH 207

Individualized skillbuilding program for increasing keyboarding speed and improving accuracy. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to type at a minimum of 35wpm with no more than one error per minute. Prerequisite: BTEC 101 and typing at 35wpm or instructor permission.

 

BUSINESS ENGLISH

3128 BTEC 110A4 – 5 credits  11-11:50am  Daily WAH 205

Editing skills including grammar, punctuation, proofreading, and spelling for office correspondence. A basis for machine transcription, business communication, and office procedures.

 

WORD 1

3135 BTEC 210A4 – 5 credits  9-9:50am Daily  WAH 205

3136 BTEC 210B4 – 5 credits  11-11:50am Daily WAH 207

Class covers Word in depth: document preparation, formatting, graphics, WordArt, columns, sorts, charts, mail merge, and styles. Students will format business documents to business standards. Prerequisite: keyboard skill of 35wpm

 

EXCEL

3139 BTEC 214A3 – 5 credits  12-12:50pm  MTWTh  WAH 205

A hands-on approach for beginning through intermediate level applications of Excel spreadsheet using a variety of business applications. Prerequisite: word processing, windows, keyboard skills.

 

DESKTOP PUBLISHING

3143 BTEC 218R – 4 credits  12:30-2:30pm  TTh  MORTON 112 (taught in Morton only)

Course covers desktop publishing terminology and concepts to plan, create, and design professional-looking businesses and personal documents. Prerequisite: Word, keyboard speed of 35wpm.

 

TEN-KEY CALCULATOR

3149 BTEC 220A4 – 1 credit  8-8:50am  TTh  WAH 111

Touch control of 10-key pad with emphasis on speed and accuracy. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division techniques used in solving business problems. Basic or Business Math recommended first. Lab fee $7.15.

 

FILING

3153 BTEC 233A4 – 3 credits  12-12:50pm  MWF  WAH 207

Basic principles and procedures of records storage and management. Practice indexing, coding, and filing for alphabetic, numeric, subject, geographic filing systems, and introduction to forms design.

 

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING

3611 SMGT 157R – 2 credits 1-2pm TTh  MORTON 112 (taught in Morton)

Beginning keyboarding. Upon completion of this class, students should be able to type at 20 wpm. Class fee $45.13.

 

QUICKBOOKS

4157 SMGT 161S4 – 4 credits  4:30-5:30pm  MW  MORTON 112 (taught in Morton)

Courseware incorporates an accelerated, step-by-step, project based approach to creating a company, working with customer, vendor and banking transactions along with inventory, payroll, and balance sheet accounts. Use quick learning tutorials for audio instruction. Class fee $87.13.

 

If you or your employees are interested in taking any of these classes, please contact the Foundation office at (360) 623-8942. The Matching Scholarship will cover one half of your tuition and fees. The balance of the tuition and fees as well as any books or lab fees are the enrollees responsibility and are payable at the time of registration.

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