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Classes have shifted, CULA 215 - Advanced Food and Beverage Service, CULA 243L - Advanced Cake Decoration and Display, CULA 248L - International Baking and Pastry, CULA 250 - Pastry Presentation and Display, CULA 257L - Fundamentals of Meat Fabrication and Butchery, ECED 1110 - Child Growth, Development, and Learning, ECED 1115 - Health, Safety, and Nutrition, ECED 1125 - Assessment of Children and Evaluation of Programs, ECED 1130 - Family and Community Collaboration, ECED 1140 - Foundations of Early Childhood, ECED 1155 - Working with Challenging Behaviors, ECED 1240 - Principles and Practices in Infant Family Studies, ECED 1998 - Childhood Development Field Experience, ECED 2115 - Introduction to Language, Literacy, and Reading, ECED 2120 - Curriculum Development through Play Birth through Age 4 (PreK), ECED 2121 - Curriculum Development through Play Birth through Age 4 (PreK) Practicum, ECED 2130 - Curriculum Development and Implementation Age 3 (PreK) through Grade 3, ECED 2131 - Curriculum Development and Implementation Age 3 (PreK) through Grade 3 Practicum, ECED 2150 - Relationship and Reflective Practice in IFS, ECED 2151 - Relationships and Reflective Practice Practicum, ECED 2240 - Infant Toddler Growth and Development (Prenatal to Age 3), ECED 2241 - Infant Toddler Growth Development Practicum, ECED 2250 - Early Childhood Education Profession in New Mexico, ECED 2255 - Curriculum Development - Learning Environment in Early Childhood Education, ECED 2260 - Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood Education, ECED 2270 - Early Literacy I - Introduction to Theory & Models, ECED 2275 - Early Literacy II - Development and Implementation, ECED 2998 - Supervised Field Experience in Early Childhood Education, EDUC 1190 - Field-based Teaching Observations, EDUC 2105 - Orientation to the Teaching Profession, EDUC 2115 - Foundations of Early Childhood, EDUC 2350 - The Critically Reflective Teacher, EDUC 2355 - Theories of Teaching and Learning, EDUC 2375 - Technology Integration in the Classroom, EDUC 2420 - Teaching Reading for the Elementary Classroom, EDUC 2430 - Fundamentals of Reading Instruction, EDUC 2545 - Exceptionalities and Placement, Acalog™ Academic Catalog Management System™ (ACMS™). Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Santa Fe College. At SFCC you will find your path to academic and job success. At SFCC you will find your path to academic and job success. Issuu company logo Close. Schedule a virtual appointment with your academic advisor. Curious about WiFi hot spots in campus parking lots? Empower Students, If a student has the prerequisite skills but has gained them outside the classroom, they may see a faculty adviser for permission to enroll. SFCC; District; Employee Portal; Student Tools REMOTE Resource Guide; Bookstore; ctcLink; Canvas; Financial Wellness; Forms A-Z; IT Support Center; Library; NuPark - Parking Permits; Office 365/Email ; Student Jobs; Faculty & Staff Directory; Maps & Directions; Support CCS; Apply Now! For college-level courses, there is an assumption of college-level reading and writing skills, whether or not prerequisites are stated for a particular course. Noncredit classes in everything from art and fitness to technology skills and professional development. Priority Registration begins on November 9! SFCC is not responsible for typographical errors. Strengthen Community. NOTE: Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Four start dates a year. Discover outstanding faculty, excellent programs, affordable tuition and support throughout your journey. A math course taken more than three years ago cannot fulfill a prerequisite for a subsequent math course unless a student can demonstrate proficiency. STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE –ACADEMIC CATALOG [2020-2022] Policies and Regulations 26 course may transfer as an SFCC equivalent but because of its age may not be applicable to a specific program of study. 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Students may fulfill math prerequisites by scoring at the appropriate level on the college’s math placement test. 2018-2020 Catalog. SFCC is anequal opportunity/ 2020-2022 Catalog . The SFCTC offers training to high school juniors and seniors in nine technical program areas. SFCC also delivers dual credit courses to more than 490 high school juniors and seniors at 15 locations throughout the college’s 14-county service area. Areas of Study Search. (Asynchronous). In this upcoming Virtual Information Session, discover SFCC’s current offerings of programs, degrees, scholarships, and more. The location is noted in the class listing and with your registration confirmation. SFCC offers a wide range of services to help you accomplish your goals: Exceptional faculty, dedicated service staff, online advising and more. Online classes are offered in two formats: Online LIVE (Synchronous) and Online ? Join them and fellow students online in real-time. SFCC offers a range of online learning resources and personnel to help you succeed in your virtual learning this fall. Prerequisites represent the minimum skill level necessary for success in a course. Contact our Technology Service Desk for answer to these and many other technology-related questions. Courses are listed in alphabetical order by general subject and in numerical order within each general subject. COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions,  Health Attestation,  For Visitors. Groceries will be delivered into their trunk or left outside for pickup. SFCC es una institución de igualdad de oportunidades en conformidad con ADA. High school, college – what's the difference? Online, on campus or hybrid. Let us help you get started: 509-533-3500, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Dr. Archived Catalogs. View the current college catalog Previous year catalogs SFCC Catalog 2019-2020 (Click on pulldown menu and select “SFCC Catalog […] Course Descriptions 56-86 Index 87 Mailing Address: State Fair Community College 3201 West 16th Street Sedalia, MO 65301-2199 Phone: 660-530-5800 877-311-7322 (Toll Free in Missouri) Web Address: www.sfccmo.edu This catalog is a publication of the Registrar’s Office at State Fair Community College. Check the website for current information. Administration & Executive Leadership Team, Instructor, Adjunct & Staff of Year Award, Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA), Request an Address, Social Security Number or Name Change, Copyright © 2020 State Fair Community College. Classes have shifted, FDMA 2420 - Performance for Film and Media, FDMA 2460 - Applying Social Media Techniques I, FDMA 2470 - Applying Social Media Techniques II, FDMA 2510 - Introduction to Sound Design for Film, FDMA 2520 - Introduction to Cinematography, FDMA 2640 - Introduction to Visual Effects, FDMA 2820 - Producing and Directing the Independent Film, FILM 234 - Introduction to Visual Effects, FYSS 116 - Strategies for Success in College, GEOL 2110L - Historical Geology Laboratory, HLCR 111 - Introduction to Health Careers, HLCR 115 - Community Health Worker Training, HLCR 116 - Community Health Worker Training II, HLCR 118 - Personal Care Attendant Training, HLCR 130 - Pathophysiology for Allied Health, HLCR 132 - Home Visitor Training II Specialty Care, HLCR 163 - Family Obesity Prevention Training, HLCR 235 - Pharmacology for Allied Health, HLCR 250 - Medical Law, Ethics and Professional Issues, HLED 1110 - American Heart Association Heartsaver(R) First Aid and CPR/AED, HLED 1120 - American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED, HLED 1130 - Concepts of Health and Wellness, HLED 1210 - Babysitter’s Training Certification, HLED 1225 - Weight Management and Exercise, HITP 120 - Introduction to Health Information Technology, HITP 160 - Pharmacology and Lab Procedure, HITP 266L - Professional Practice Experience Coding, HVAC 111 - Basic Commercial Refrigeration, HVAC 121 - Air Conditioning and Electric Motor Application, HVAC 131 - Application of Refrigeration Systems, HVAC 231 - Air Movement, Distribution, Heat Load Calculations, HIST 2120 - Survey of Mexican American History, HIST 2130 - Survey of Native American History, HRMG 115 - Customer Relations and Service, HRMG 116 - Introduction to Hospitality Management, HRMG 118 - Sanitation and Safety - ServeSafe Manager Course, HRMG 130 - Purchasing/Food and Beverage Control, HRMG 220 - Fine Dining Room Service and Beverage Management, HRMG 240 - Hospitality and Tourism Marketing, HRMG 245 - Hospitality and Restaurant Management, HRMG 250 - Controlling Cost and Purchasing Food and Beverage, HMSV 1140 - Professional Skills in Human Services I, HMSV 1170 - Conflict Resolution for Human Services, HMSV 1310 - Loss, Bereavement, and the Family, HMSV 2120 - Clinical Evaluation of Substance Abuse and Treatment, Acalog™ Academic Catalog Management System™ (ACMS™). Prerequisites must be completed with a grade of C or better before a student may enroll in a course that requires them. A math course taken more than three years ago cannot fulfill a prerequisite for a subsequent math course unless a student can demonstrate proficiency. SFCC is committed to helping you complete your education. Filter this list of courses using course prefix, course code, keywords or any combination. All courses at SFCC numbered 100 through 110 are  developmental in content and will not be counted toward graduation requirements.