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English Composition I

Writing clear, unified, coherent, and well-developed essays of increasing complexity with an emphasis on critical thinking skills. Essays may be about literary or nonliterary texts, or they may rely upon such texts as points of departure for discussion. Class reference: ENG 101

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$60

Business Communications

Study of business communication principles within the global workplace. Includes effectively presenting good, neutral, and bad news, direct and persuasive requests, short reports, and spoken presentations to diverse audiences. Also includes listening skills and interpreting nonverbal communication within varying cultures. Class reference: BUS 110D

Provides an opportunity to develop skills, attitudes, and practices needed for effective job search. Concentrates on areas of development that are essential but often left out of professional curricula. Focuses on self-assessment, employer research, resume creation, cover and follow-up letters, and interview techniques. Students should enroll in this class within the final two quarters of their degree or certificate program. Class reference: BT 162

Records Management

Creation, storage, maintenance, retrieval and disposition of records using manual and electronic methods. Includes alphabetic, geographic, subject, numeric, and chronologic indexing. Class reference: BT 115

Legal Office

Presentation of the role of lawyers and law office staff in society today. Topics include ethics, structure and jurisdiction of the court systems, citation forms and the law library, dockets, reminder systems, organizational and procedural perspective of the law office, filing of legal documents, and use of the Uniform System of Citations as a reference tool. Emphasis on critical thinking skills in law office situations and use of the Washington Court Rules for legal citations. Class reference: BT 248

Focuses on corporate, real estate, and bankruptcy law. Transcription of corporate documents. Proofreading and writing mechanics are emphasized. Documents are transcribed using WAV files and appropriate hardware/software. Class reference: BT 147

English Composition I

Writing clear, unified, coherent, and well-developed essays of increasing complexity with an emphasis on critical thinking skills. Essays may be about literary or nonliterary texts, or they may rely upon such texts as points of departure for discussion. Class reference: ENG 101

10%
$60

Business Communications

Study of business communication principles within the global workplace. Includes effectively presenting good, neutral, and bad news, direct and persuasive requests, short reports, and spoken presentations to diverse audiences. Also includes listening skills and interpreting nonverbal communication within varying cultures. Class reference: BUS 110D

Provides an opportunity to develop skills, attitudes, and practices needed for effective job search. Concentrates on areas of development that are essential but often left out of professional curricula. Focuses on self-assessment, employer research, resume creation, cover and follow-up letters, and interview techniques. Students should enroll in this class within the final two quarters of their degree or certificate program. Class reference: BT 162

Records Management

Creation, storage, maintenance, retrieval and disposition of records using manual and electronic methods. Includes alphabetic, geographic, subject, numeric, and chronologic indexing. Class reference: BT 115

Legal Office

Presentation of the role of lawyers and law office staff in society today. Topics include ethics, structure and jurisdiction of the court systems, citation forms and the law library, dockets, reminder systems, organizational and procedural perspective of the law office, filing of legal documents, and use of the Uniform System of Citations as a reference tool. Emphasis on critical thinking skills in law office situations and use of the Washington Court Rules for legal citations. Class reference: BT 248

Focuses on corporate, real estate, and bankruptcy law. Transcription of corporate documents. Proofreading and writing mechanics are emphasized. Documents are transcribed using WAV files and appropriate hardware/software. Class reference: BT 147

 

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