MORE CLASSES WE OFFER NEXT YEAR

Attributions: 
Shelley Heaton

Check these out. These are just a few examples of the many options that the ALC has to offer.

If you would like more information for next year classes. Please call us @  (801)-489-2833.

We would love to help you get registered for next year.

ADVANCED HEALTH SCIENCE | WSU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

HTHS 1110 & HTHS 1111 (BIOMEDICAL CORE) - 8 CREDITS

SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12

PREREQUISITES: CHEMISTRY OR AP CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY OR AP BIOLOGY, AND MEDICAL ANATOMY

IN ORDER TO GIVE STUDENTS ADEQUATE TIME FOR CLASS INSTRUCTION AND LAB WORK, THIS COURSE IS SCHEDULED FOR BOTH THE A AND B TIME SLOT IN A GIVEN PERIOD. 

HTHS 1110 & 1111 AT WSU FULFILLS THEIR BIOMEDICAL CORE REQUIREMENT. ALSO, WHEN GIVEN CREDIT FOR BOTH HTHS 1110 & 1111 THROUGH WEBER, THESE COURSES WILL TRANSFER ACROSS TO ALL STATE COLLEGES AS COLLEGE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.

This is a college anatomy and physiology course, where students can earn eight college credits through Weber State University. Topics covered include college anatomy & physiology, basic pathology, and an introduction to various medical careers. Various organ dissections will occur throughout the course. At the conclusion of the year, students will visit a cadaver lab. ALC pre-medical students are strongly encouraged to join HOSA (a student organization for future health professionals).

 

AMERICAN CIVILIZATION | UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

HIST 1700 (AMERICAN CIVILIZATION) - 3 CREDITS

SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE

Understanding United States history is essential for the continuation of our democratic society. This course will help students make connections between their world and the rich heritage of United States history. Stresses movements and developing institutions that are important for an appreciation of American History from the Pre-Colombian period to the present. Discussions include analysis of developing political, economic and social institutions and their interrelationships with and impact upon the geographical features of the land.

 

PSYCHOLOGY | UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

PSY 1010 (GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY) - 3 CREDITS
PSY 1100 (HUMAN DEVELOPMENT LIFE SPAN) - 3 CREDITS

SUGGESTED GRADES: 10-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE
OUR PSYCHOLOGY COURSES ARE BEING OFFERED IN A BLOCK SINCE SOME COLLEGES REQUIRE BOTH COURSES AS PREREQUISITES FOR THEIR NURSING PROGRAM, AND SOME COLLEGES REQUIRE ONE WHILE OTHERS REQUIRE THE OTHER. SINCE MOST HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHEN GRADUATING DO NOT KNOW WHICH NURSING COLLEGE PROGRAM THEY WILL GET INTO, STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO COMPLETE BOTH. PSY 1010 WILL ALSO FULFILL A COURSE REQUIREMENT FOR THE REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP. PSY 1100 IS ALSO A MAJOR REQUIREMENT FOR MOST COLLEGE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

PSY1010 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

An introductory course in modern scientific psychology. Covers major domains of scientific psychology including biological foundations, sensations, perception, learning, motivation, human development and abnormal psychology. Examines major psychological and professional applications.

PSY1100 - HUMAN DEVELOPMENT LIFE SPAN

Explores human development from conception and birth to old age and death. Examines growth and developmental patterns and describes the characteristics of various developmental stages. Studies the major physical, cognitive and psychosocial themes and issues of human development. Includes genetics, prenatal development, birth, early/middle/late childhood, adolescence, early/middle/late adulthood, and death.

 

CARPENTRY 1 & 2 | UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

CMGT 1190 (FRAMING AND CONCRETE LAB) - 3 CREDITS
CMGT 1220 (FINISHING LAB) - 3 CREDITS

SUGGESTED GRADES: 11-12
STUDENTS MUST HAVE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE JOB SITE. COURSES ARE BLOCKED TOGETHER.

This building construction series consists of both courses: Carpentry 1 & Carpentry 2 (taken together for the full year). The students will be involved in the construction of a home from beginning to end, supervised by a licensed contractor. Classes are offered the last two periods of each day. Students can choose to attend either A day, B day or both. Students will need to provide their own transportation to and from the job site. Tools will be provided. As part of a two-course series, students will be prepared to lay out, fabricate, erect, install, and repair wooden structures and fixtures using hand and power tools. Includes instruction in common systems of framing, construction materials, estimating, blueprint reading, concrete placing, siding, and mechanical systems. These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list.