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    Nov 19, 2018  
2013-2014 | Academic Catalog 
    
2013-2014 | Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Online Offerings


Edison offers three complete Associate Degree programs online. In addition, Edison offers many courses online. These programs and courses are listed below. You can also locate specific course selection offerings per term by referring to WebAdvisor. Sections in WebAdvisor with an 8xx section number indicate an online course. Online career training is available through our Business and Industry Center.

Online Programs

Associate of Arts Transfer Program

See Associate of Arts Transfer  for details.

Accounting—Associate of Applied Business (A.A.B)

See Accounting, A.A.B.  for details.

Industrial Management, Supply Chain Management Option—Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S)

See Industrial Management, Supply Chain Management Option, A.A.S.  for details.

 

Online Courses

All the courses listed below are available online, though that designation refers only to how the course is delivered.  Not all online courses are available every semester.

ACC 121S Introduction to Financial Accounting  HST 125S Western Civilization to 1715 
ACC 122S Introduction to Managerial Accounting  HST 126S Western Civilization Since 1715 
ACC 214S Intermediate Accounting I  HUM 121S Introduction to Humanities 
ACC 215S Intermediate Accounting II  IMT 114S Labor Relations 
ACC 217S Introduction to Personal Income Taxation  IMT 120S Operations Management I 
ACC 225S Governmental Fund Accounting  IMT 220S Operations Management II 
ACC 231S Auditing  IMT 242S Manufacturing Costs & Controls 
ANT 121S Introduction to Anthropology  LEG 218S Law Office Management 
ANT 123S Non-Western Cultures  MGT 110S Effective Management 
ART 123S Ancient Art History  MGT 126S Human Relations in the Workplace 
ART 124S Art History: the Modern Era  MKT 218S Customer Service 
BIO 121S Intro Biology: Cells/Genetics/Evolution  MTH 125S General Statistics 
BIO 122S Animals, Plants, Ecology  NEP 232S MS Windows 7 Configuration 
BIO 124S Human Biology  NEP 233S Microsoft Server 2008 Active Directory 
BIO 240S Microbiology  NEP 234S MS Win Server 2008 Network Infrastructure 
BUS 110S Introduction to Business  NEP 235S MS Win Server 2008 Administrator 
   
BUS 221S Principles of Organizational Behavior   
BUS 223S Business Communication  NUR 190S LPN to RN Transition 
BUS 229S Business Finance  NUR 210S Role of Nurse in Clinical Applications I 
BUS 235S Business Law  OSA 100S Microcomputer Keyboarding 
CIT 101S Introduction to Word Processing  OSA 111S Document Processing I 
CIT 102S Introduction to Spreadsheets  OSA 112S Document Processing II 
CIT 103S Introduction to Databases  OSA 131S Records Management 
CIT 104S Intro to Presentation Graphics  OSA 151S Medical Terminology 
  OSA 152S Medical Transcription 
CIT 112S Game Development Essentials  OSA 230S Medical Office Procedures 
CIT 139S Microcomputer Word Processing  OSA 231S Office Procedures I 
CIT 214S Networking Essentials  OSA 232S Office Procedures II 
CIT 222S Introduction to Programming C++  OSA 233S Medical Insurance & Coding I 
CIT 225S Visual Basic Programming  OSA 252S Medical Office Computing 
CIT 232S Spreadsheets  PHI 121S Introduction to Philosophy 
CIT 236S Windows Based Database Processing  PHI 123S Introduction to Ethics 
COM 120S Effective Communication  PLS 121S American National Government 
COM 121S Fundamentals of Communication  PLS 122S State & Local Government 
COM 228S Interpersonal Communication  PLS 224S International Relations 
CRJ 111S Introduction to Criminal Justice  PSY 121S Introduction to Psychology 
CRJ 112S Criminal Law  PSY 221S Abnormal Psychology 
CRJ 113S Intro to Corrections and Jail Operation  PSY 225S Child Psychology 
ECE 130S Nutrition in Early Childhood  PSY 227S Life Span Developmental Psychology 
ECO 120S Fundamentals of Economics  PSY 230S Social Psychology 
ENG 121S Composition I  REL 121S World Religions 
ENG 122S Composition II  SCM 110S Introduction to Supply Chain Management 
ENG 123S Introduction to Literature  SCM 120S Transportation Management 
ENG 125S Technical Writing  SCM 130S Warehousing Basics 
ENG 205S Great Books  SCM 220S International Logistics 
ENG 232S Fiction Writing   
GEO 121S Physical Geography  SCM 250S Supply Chain Management Project 
GEO 123S Human Geography  SOC 121S Introduction to Sociology 
HRM 110S Introduction to Human Resources  SOC 224S Race & Ethnicity 
HRM 211S Staffing the Organization  THE 121S Introduction to Theater 
HRM 212S Compensation and Benefits  XLN 100S Introduction to Online Learning 
HRM 213S Employee Training/Development   
HST 121S History of the United States I   
HST 122S History of the United States II   

 

Online Readiness

Any student wishing to register for an online course—defined as a course taught entirely or almost entirely via the Internet, with no traditional meeting times and designated by an 8xx section number—must demonstrate readiness to succeed in the online environment. Online courses will carry a prerequisite of NET 100S Introduction to the Internet  in addition to any content-based prerequisites. Students may also demonstrate readiness by successfully completing the XLN 100S Introduction to Online Learning  course. In addition to the demonstration of internet skills, students must have achieved placement into college-level English, either through testing scores or by completing the necessary developmental courses.

The XLN 100S Introduction to Online Learning class is offered entirely online, and begins on Wednesday and ends on the following Tuesday. Students must be registered by the Saturday prior to the Wednesday start date.

In the workshop, students demonstrate readiness and explore key competencies through structured, fun activities. Skills such as email proficiency, "NETiquette," browsing and searching, working with file attachments, and time management are emphasized. Most complete the workshop in 3–4 hours over the one-week period. Cost of the workshop is $30. Students receive 1 hour of academic credit for the workshop and satisfy the requirement to take online courses.

For registration information, please call Enrollment Services at 937-778-8600 or download the XLN 100S Introduction to Online Learning registration form here .