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We offer distance learning courses that are recommended for college credit by the NCCRS in the following subjects:

Business and Economics

Psychology

Interior Design

    Home and Office Organization

    (ARC-202)

    $150.00


    Location:
    Various: distance learning format


    Length:
    Varies (self-study; self-paced)


    Dates:
    December 2021 - Present.


    Instructional Delivery Format:
    Online/distance learning


    Category:
    Interior Design


    Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: describe the process of decluttering; analyze the need for organization in both the home and business environment; determine the importance of tactile and kinesthetic objects and equipment; and apply the techniques as taught to create a comfortable and inviting space in which to both work and live in.

    Home and Office Organization (ARC-202) is an undergraduate self-study course that culminates with a project and a final exam. This course examines the evolution of organization, utilization of space, techniques, and concepts for making the best use of home and office layout. Minimalism and the psychological effect of decluttering and organizing are discussed.

    improve student learning. The course discusses methods for planning assessments that are integrated with instruction, crafting assessment tools, crafting scoring rubrics, formative assessment and feedback, grading and evaluating students, assessing higher-order thinking, interpreting state-mandated and other standardized test scores, and aligning assessment with state standards. The course also discusses attributes of assessment practices such as reliability and validity.

    In the associate degree/certificate category, 3 semester hours in Interior Design (6/22).

    Universal Design, Creating Inclusive Environments

    (ARC-101)

    $150.00


    Location:
    Various: distance learning format


    Length:
    Varies (self-study; self-paced)


    Dates:
    December 2021 - Present.


    Instructional Delivery Format:
    Online/distance learning


    Category:
    Interior Design


    Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: describe the relationship between construction, accessibility, and barriers to inclusion; explain the importance of using environmentally acceptable materials for construction; identify how individuals examining needs for accessibility are evaluated and executed; and compare and contrast changing and evolving societal perceptions when building accessibility modifications.

    Universal Design, Creating Inclusive Environments (ARC-101) is an undergraduate self-study course that culminates with a final exam. The course  examines the history of technology and design interventions that can be a barrier and facilitator for usability. Topics include barriers that may not be complete obstacles but may be a resistance of some sort and can include narrow doorways, congestion, steps, and ramps.

    improve student learning. The course discusses methods for planning assessments that are integrated with instruction, crafting assessment tools, crafting scoring rubrics, formative assessment and feedback, grading and evaluating students, assessing higher-order thinking, interpreting state-mandated and other standardized test scores, and aligning assessment with state standards. The course also discusses attributes of assessment practices such as reliability and validity.

    In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Interior Design, Architecture, or Interior Architecture (6/22).