December 4, 2012

Carson City and Douglas Campuses

Hot Spring Classes On Tap for Spring

Get the skills needed to build your own website in Web Design and Publishing 1. Students will learn to design a website that both looks great and delivers results.

Students will also learn more advanced skills such as creating HTML documents, Dreamweaver interface applications and website management.
This class applies towards a degree at WNC and will also transfer to the University of Nevada.
http://www.wnc.edu/academics/catalog/grc/175/


Do you enjoy gazing at the night sky? Learn about the stars and galaxies above in Stellar Astronomy. In this course students will learn about stellar and galactic systems, develop an appreciation and understanding of the ancient science of astronomy as well as acquire basic telescope skills. This class applies towards a degree at WNC and will also transfer to the University of Nevada. http://www.wnc.edu/academics/catalog/ast/110/

Unleash your inner musician in the Techniques of Songwriting Course. No previous musical training is required for this course that will teach you to write lyrics and melodies as well give you solid information about the business side of songwriting. Best of all, you don’t even have to read music to participate. This class applies towards a degree at WNC and will also transfer to the University of Nevada.
http://www.wnc.edu/academics/catalog/mus/215/


What’s Shakin’? Earthquakes often rattle Nevada. You can learn about earthquakes, volcanoes and other natural disasters in Earthquakes and Volcanoes being offered on the Douglas campus. This fascinating course will teach students the facts about these occurrences while at the same time exploring different theories and principals about natural disasters. This class applies towards a degree at WNC and will also transfer to the University of Nevada.
http://www.wnc.edu/academics/catalog/geol/100/

It’s never too soon to start planning a financial future. WNC offers a spring course at the Carson City campus that will help students map out their financial plan. FIN 115, Introduction to Investments, will teach basic investing principles and concepts. The class meets Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 to 6:45 pm. Topics include mutual funds, annuities, equities and managing risk.

Novice investors as well as those with some experience will benefit from the course. Students who are already investing and working with a financial planner will gain knowledge that will help them to become an active partner in developing a strategy.

The course is designed to apply toward a WNC degree and/or transfer to another school within the Nevada System of Higher Education. http://www.wnc.edu/academics/catalog/fin/115/

WNC students who want to get their math requirements out of the way can now complete them more quickly. This spring, WNC Carson City is offering accelerated math courses that will allow students to complete several math requirements during the same semester, keeping them on track toward graduation.

Students can now take MATH 95 during the first eight weeks of the spring 2013 semester, followed by MATH 96 and Math 120 during the second eight weeks.

"This is a great opportunity for students to get their math requirements done more efficiently,” said Deborah Case, director of Counseling Services. “I’m hopeful that many students will take advantage of this opportunity.”

Offerings will include two sections of MATH 95 and one section each of MATH 96 and MATH 120. MATH 95 is a first course in algebra. It provides a foundation for the math used in business, science, engineering and related fields. MATH 96 allows students to study more advanced algebraic problems and principals. Students taking Math 120 will study probability, statistics, business, finance and consumer mathematics. The course is broad in scope and emphasizes applications.

Complete course descriptions and schedules can be found at www.wnc.edu/academics/catalog/math/.

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2201 W. College Parkway
Carson City, NV 89703
Phone: 775-445-3234
Fax: 775-445-3198
E-mail: info_desk@wnc.edu


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