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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) College Day

Free
Calendar Aug 18, 2020 at 9 am

This is a Non-Credit program for high school juniors and seniors whose first language is not English and who are interested in attending college. It will be an opportunity to meet NHTI faculty and staff and learn what it is like as a student at NHTI from other ESOL students.

 

College Algebra- Early College
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College Algebra- Early College

$430

To register for an Early College class, contact mbograd@ccsnh.edu

*PLEASE NOTE: Your seat will not be reserved until you complete and submit the Early College regisration form and the permission to enroll forms.

Topics include: linear, quadratic and higher degree equations; rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic equations; graphs of functions; models and applications of functions; systems of linear equations; matrices, conic sections; sequences and series; trigonometry. A graphing calculator is required.* (Prerequisite: High school Algebra II with a grade of “C” or higher (or equivalent) or MATH 092 with a grade of “C” or higher or by recommendation of the Math/Physics Department based on placement testing.) [Note: Students who have received credit for MATH 124XC may not also receive credit for MATH 124C.]

 Credits: 4

 * Students are responsible for any books and supplies which are a separate fee.

 

Fundamentals of Environmental Science-Early College
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Fundamentals of Environmental Science-Early College

$430

To register for an Early College class, contact mbograd@ccsnh.edu

*PLEASE NOTE: Your seat will not be reserved until you complete and submit the Early College regisration form and the permission to enroll forms.

 This course will provide an introduction to the structure, function and interactions of atmospheric, terrestrial and aquatic systems, as well as the impact of the human population on such systems. Topics will include basic scientific concepts and methods for understanding human population growth and their impact on the environment, including cycles of carbon, water and other materials, weather and climate, and sustainability of natural resources, in particular water and energy. The course will evaluate natural environmental processes, as well as human impacts to these processes, using case studies and real data to demonstrate the role of science in solving pressing environmental problems. (Prerequisite: high school biology and chemistry recommended.)

Credits: 4

* Students are responsible for any books and supplies which are a separate fee.

 

Meterology- Early College
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Meterology- Early College

$430

To register for an Early College class, contact mbograd@ccsnh.edu

 *PLEASE NOTE: Your seat will not be reserved until you complete and submit the Early College regisration form and the permission to enroll forms.

 This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of weather and climate. Topics include: observing weather; physical properties and processes of the atmosphere; weather systems; hazardous weather (thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes); basics of forecasting; clouds; air pollution; climate change. The lab component consists of group exercises, hands-on experiments, and use of the Internet to explore the topics of weather. This course requires regular student access to the Internet.

* Students are responsible for any books and supplies which are a separate fee.

Credits: 4

Physics 1- Early College
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Physics 1- Early College

$430

To register for an Early College class, contact mbograd@ccsnh.edu

*PLEASE NOTE: Your seat will not be reserved until you complete and submit the Early College regisration form and the permission to enroll forms.

This Physcics class is Algebra Based. A study of classical physics. Topics include: linear and projectile motion; vectors; Newton's Laws of Motion; work; energy; momentum and collisions; rotational kinematics and dynamics; translational and rotational equilibrium; gravity. A graphing calculator will be required.* (Prerequisite or Corequisite: MATH 124C)

 Credits: 4

* Students are responsible for any books and supplies which are a separate fee.

Pre-Calculus-Early College
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Pre-Calculus-Early College

$430

To register for an Early College class, contact mbograd@ccsnh.edu

*PLEASE NOTE: Your seat will not be reserved until you complete and submit the Early College regisration form and the permission to enroll forms.

Topics include:  rational functions; polynomial and rational inequalities; right triangle trigonometry; graphs of trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities and equations; oblique triangles; polar coordinates and equations; vectors; systems of equations and inequalities; rotation of conic sections; counting methods; binomial theorem; limits. A graphing calculator is required.* (Prerequisite: MATH 124C or recommendation of Math Department based on placement testing.)

Credits:4

* Students are responsible for any books and supplies which are a separate fee.

Quantitative Reasoning-Early College
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Quantitative Reasoning-Early College

$430

To register for an Early College class, contact mbograd@ccsnh.edu

*PLEASE NOTE: Your seat will not be reserved until you complete and submit the Early College regisration form and the permission to enroll forms.

This course is designed to expose the student to a wide range of general mathematics. Problem solving and critical thinking skills, along with the use of technology, will be emphasized and reinforced throughout the course as the student becomes actively involved in solving applied problems. Topics include: number theory and systems; functions and modeling; finance; geometry; measurement; probability; statistics; selected subtopics related to the student’s major field of study.  (Prerequisite: MATH 092C with a grade of “C” or higher or the high school equivalent with a grade of “C” or higher.) [Note: Students who have received credit for MATH 120C may not also receive credit for MATH 120XC.]

Credits: 4

* Students are responsible for any books and supplies which are a separate fee.





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