Basic Mathematics reviews basic mathematics skills:
In this beginning algebra course, you'll learn about
Intermediate Algebra reviews the concepts of algebra II:
This non-credit course covers topics from algebra including
This refresher course covers basic grammar and includes
Fundamentals of Writing is a refresher course which
Developmental Reading is designed to strengthen reading skills, including
College Success Skills instructs students in how to
Introductory Science is designed to help you prepare for human anatomy and physiology courses. Students will learn
In this course, you will learn about prefixes, suffixes, root words, breaking down words into their word parts, and how you can interpret the word, common word parts and common words in medical terminology.
In this course you’ll get an introductory look at networking components to build up to network security. By the end of this course you will be able to Discuss Network Devices, Identify cable types, and cable connections; be able to discuss FTP, ICMP, SNMP, and DNS; be able to discuss Risk Management, Awareness and training, and Vulnerability Assessment. You will also be able to discuss WEP, WPA, BYOD, WiFi basic AP Set-up and be able to discuss Acts of God, Human Error, and Logical Threats.
This course is a review of basic programming techniques. You will learn to use different programming environments to develop computer programs, develop basic programming skills in the Python, Java, and C++ programming languages, including defining variables and performing math operations, performing standard input and output. You will also learn to use conditional and looping expressions in a program, to create functions/methods, and to create web pages using the HTML scripting language.
This course is a quick review of four manufacturing courses (AMFG 100, 102, 104, and 106) required for the Certificate for Manufacturing (C4M) at Bossier Parish Community College (BPCC). In this course, you will learn about manufacturing terms and safety within the following topics: Introduction to Manufacturing, Quality in Manufacturing, Basic Hydraulics, Basic Pneumatics, Basic Electricity, Basic Welding, Robotics, and Metals in Manufacturing.
This project is sponsored by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. Adaptive equipment is available upon request for individuals with disabilities. Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under creative commons.
Open Campus™ courses are non-credit reviews and tutorials and cannot be used to satisfy requirements in any curriculum at Bossier Parish Community College.