Courses Offered | St. Clair College

Spring Fast-Track Dual Credits

Online Classes Calendar: Monday, May 17th - Friday, June 4th
Details: 1 hour online and 2 hours self-study daily (Mon-Fri)

Instructors will be online at 3pm-4pm daily (Mon-Fri) with daily assignments. Students will earn a high school and a college credit in just 3 weeks!

Deadline for Applications: May 7, 2021


Note: Online attendance during the scheduled class time is mandatory for the fast track program offerings. Teachers will meet with students daily on Microsoft Teams or Blackboard Collaborate and complete assignments through Google forms.


SCC 165G – HOW TO BE WHO I WANT TO BE

Class Time: 3:00pm (this class is a general elective)

This course is designed to help students learn how to take charge of one’s own life by developing an understanding of the factors that influence behaviors. The focus will be on increasing self-awareness and facilitating a growth. The class will promote the development of personal strength, coping strategies, self-management, and personal goal attainment. Students will also explore strategies for sparking curiosity.


SSC160 - BASIC PSYCHOLOGY

Class time: 3:00pm

This course is an introduction to the study of psychology. The curriculum focuses on the individual in society, the development of personality, human motivation, cognition, the dynamics of neurosis and the adjustment process as related to interpersonal relationships and cultural pressures. This course is required in the following college programs; General Arts and Sciences, Native Early Childhood Education, Child and Youth Care, and Social Service Worker – Gerontology. Students will be assessed through 4 Reflection based assignments and 3 tests.


SSC209G – EAT WELL; BE WELL

Class Time: 3:00pm (this class is a general elective)

In this course, students will explore the role of nutrition in their own physical, psychological, and social development throughout the lifespan. Topics to be explored include tools for assessing the diet, designing a healthful diet, and sources of macro-and micro-nutrients. The physiological processes of digestion and metabolism of food and nutrients are reviewed. Finally, the social and cultural aspects of eating, food, and nutrition will be discussed, with an emphasis on the student's own experiences. This course is a general elective and applicable to any college program that is 2 or more years of study.


JUS 203- CRIMINOLOGY

Class Time 3:00pm

This course will examine various types of crime and the criminal justice system. Students will examine deviance and causes of criminal behaviour from various historical and contemporary theoretical perspectives as well as ethical issues that impact criminal behaviour. Students will examine various research methods used in criminology.


GRD 102 -DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Class Time 3:00pm

Exciting world of digital photography. This foundational course covers the basics of photography: the art of seeing, composition, lighting, understanding resolution, printing/output for best results, and distribution methods. Curriculum will also cover the significant role played by the photographer in the design process.


HOS 117 - (HOSPITALITY) CERTIFICATIONS

Class Time 3:00pm
STUDENTS WILL EARN FIVE CERTIFICATIONS DURING THIS COURSE

Because of the legal, ethical, and competitive contexts in which the hospitality industry operates, industry professionals must be trained and certified in a number important areas of skill and knowledge. From a safety standpoint, students must be able to work in an atmosphere that safeguards personal health and safety. As professionals handling food, students must ensure that all safe food handling practices are consistently followed. As professional beverage servers and managers, students must recognize the legal and ethical standards for handling and serving alcohol. As customer service professionals and managers, students will demonstrate the skills and knowledge required to provide the best possible guest experience. This course will include education in and certification for students in the areas of Occupational Health and Safety, Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), Safe Food Handling, Smart Serve, and Service Excellence.


COS 171 ESTHETIC FOUNDATIONS

Class Time 3:00pm
ESTHETICS SUPPLIES WILL BE DELIVERED TO STUDENTS FOR THIS INTERACTIVE ONLINE DELIVERY

This course will identify the principles that contribute to a successful career in the beauty industry. A strong emphasis will be placed on life skills, professional image, and communicating for success. This course is an in‐depth look at the Scope of Practice for Estheticians and the importance of conducting thorough consultations and record‐keeping to benefit the clientele. Safe work practices, precautions will be examined along with infection control certification.


LND106AB – PLANT MATERIALS 1

Class Time 3:00pm

Study of common/ornamental landscape plants used in industry today. These will include deciduous trees shrubs groundcovers and coniferous plant materials. Through a variety of learning activities including demonstrations walking tours etc. the students will learn the principles involved in the identification by summer key of a basic list of plant material. Emphasis will also be placed on botanical nomenclature cultural and ornamental information A. This course is the first in a series of four courses specializing in plant material identification use and culture.