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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tCTMWMDOE coMMMrrr COUEOE r r MORE THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD 3 from the COLLEGE ADULT 1973------------------------ All classes operate two evenings per week as is indicated on the schedules under High School Preparatory and High School Matriculation. p.m. PALL PREPARATORY A MATRICULATION CLASSIC will begin Wednesday, September 5th OR Thursday, September 6th, 1973 The School of Continuing Education each year offers a program of evening courses designed for those adults who wish to upgrade their formal academic schooling. This program can assist a student who: 1. wishes to upgrade his academic standing for admission into a high school level program. 2. wishes to gain entrance to various post-secondary technical institutes such as the Northern Institute of Technology, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Schools of Agriculture and Nursing Schools. 3. wishes to complete the requirements for an Alberta High School Diploma. 4. wishes to gain entrance through the Alberta High School Matriculation program to a university. 5. seeks admission to any of the regular day programs offered by the Lethbridge Community College. HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY COURSES Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday Monday and Wednesday Monday and Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday BIOLOGY 120 CHEMISTRY 120 ENGLISH 120 FRENCH 120 MATHEMATICS 110 MATHEMATICS 120 PHYSICS 120 p.m. FEE: per course ALL CLASSES subject to a MINIMUM registration of 10 students. HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION COURSES BIOLOGY 130 OHEMISTRY130 ENGLISH 130 FRENCH 130 MATHEMATICS 130 MATHEMATICS 131 PHYSICS 130 SOCIAL STUDIES 130 p.m. FEE: per course Monday and Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday Tuesday and Thursday Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday Monday and Wednesday ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING-------------- FALL 1973 ACCOUNTING BI171 An introductory accounting course emphasizing fundamental accounting principles and concepts: the accounting cycle: accounting for sales, purchases and cash transactions; valuation of receivables, inventories and other assets. 12 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September (Fall) p.m. FEE: ACCOUNTING BE 173 Concepts and principles of partnership and corporation accounting plus voucher systems, payroll accounting, departmental accounting and accounting for manufacturing operations are covered. 12 Mondays Wednesdays, beginning September (Fall) p.m. FEE: ACCOUNTING BE 234 (PaH) Prerequisite: BE 173 Accounting A review of accounting principles as applied to a corporate business. Special emphasis is placed upon working papers and the preparation of adequate financial statements. 12 Mondays Wednesdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: ACCOUNTING FOR THE MANAGER (Pall) The course will cover the manager's role in financial management, income determina- tion, decision-making, corporate financial analysis, internal control, measuring managerial performance. 10 Wednesdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: BOOKKEEPING POR THE SMALL BUSINESS This course has been, prepared to provide the fundamentals of bookkeeping as well as assist the participant appraise his present accounting system and make improvements where necessary. 8 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September (Fall) p.m. FEE: BASIC SKILLS PROGRAM A special program designed fd students who can understand English, but whose level of achievement is below that of Junior High School. Individualized programs will be developed to allow each student to learn at his own rate. Each program will include elements of arithmetic, and general science as well as reading and writing. 10 Mondays Wednesdays, beginning September (Fall) p.m. FEE: BASIC ENGLISH FOR NEW CANADIANS Designed to assist any adult who wishes to speak and write English correctly. LEVEL 1 emphasizes spoken English and includes basic grammar, word recognition and proper pronunciation. LEVELS 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 continue from Level 1, with a gradual shift in emphasis to include reading and writing. By level 6, the student will have achieved a basic competency in both spoken and written English. Students may enter whatever level seems most appropriate to their needs. 10 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September (Fall) p.m. FEE: (fee includes all necessary texts and workbooks) CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH Offered to give adults the opportunity to speak French in a free and natural manner. The courses make use of the "VOIX ET IMAGES DE FRANCE" program involving a series of French language films and topics. LEVEL 1, for the beginning student who has little or no knowledge of the program. LEVEL 2, beginning at Lesson 8, LEVEL 3, beginning at Lesson 17, LEVEL 4, beginning at Lesson 25. LEVEL 1-10 Won. Wed. beginning October LEVEL 3 10Mon. Wed. beginning October p.m. FEE: CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH For those who wish to acquire the rudiments of the Spanish language. The audio method of instruction will stress vocabulary and correct pronunciation. 20 Wednesdays, beginning October 10th, 1973 p.m. FEE: CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN Offered for those who wish to learn to speak German in a free and natural manner. Emphasis throughout is en oral competency. 10 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning October 9th, 1973 p.m. FEE: BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS FALL 1973 ENGLISH EN 134 (Effective Business Correspondence) Improve your business vocabulary and master the technique of writing all forms ol business letters. Learn to write warm, but positive letters which accentuate yourself, your product or your service. 12 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: ENGLISH EN 196 (Business Administration) Written skills in business require daily practice. This course seeks to improve basic grammatical skills and formal report writing for business. 15 Wednesdays, beginning September p.m. BUSINESS MACHINES FALL 1973-------------------------- MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION BE 14S Prerequisite: Basic Typing Skills This course will produce a skilled dicta-typist through practice on prepared material on different kinds of transcription machines. 15 Tuesdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: DATA PROCESSING FALL 1973------------------------------- DATA PROCESSING BE 144 A detailed study of the punched card and other data input methods. There is a special emphasis on the development of speed and accuracy in keypunch operation. 15 Tuesdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING BE 140 (R.I.A.) Designed to adapt students to the changing conditions brought about by computer usage and prepare them for a successful working relationship with computerized informa- tion processing. 12 Mondays Wednesdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: DATA PROCESSING BE 143 A program of individualized instruction in the operation of adding machines, printing calculators, electronic calculators, accounting machines and transcriomg machines. 15 Thursdays beginning September p.m. FEE: ;