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  • Course Description
    A study of audit procedures including professional standards, professional ethics, legal liability, audit evidence, planning the audit, and internal control.

    Acct 213 - Principles of Accounting II Completed with a grade of "C" or better, permission of instructor.

  • This course provides an understanding of the unique dynamics of Reservation Economies that affect the lives of Native Americans. Topics include: the economic impact of treaties and their changing interpretation by government; the effect of Federal Department, Agency and Program (such as: Agriculture, BIA, HUD, WIC and Economic Empowerment Zones) activities on reservation economies, job opportunities, citizen attitudes, etc. The roles of: education, Tribal government, the relevant State government, and other reservation-specific issues will be discussed.

  • Course Description
    Accounting Information Systems is an accounting course that provides experience with computer based application software programs. 3 credit hours.

    Acct 103

  • Course Description
    This course covers modern practices in the preparing, planning, writing and dictating all types of business letters and reports that are commonly required in business operations

    Engl 113 (or higher)

  • Course Description: This course provides "hands-on" instruction in developing a team to address a need, write a comprehensive grant request proposal and find appropriate sources of funding. Students will actually research, write and present a complete mock grant proposal as the culminating class exercise. 3 credit hours.

  • Course Description
    This course is an introduction to social theory - ideas and sets of ideas aobut "how the world works." It provides an overview of social theory, from its infancy in the early work of Marx, Durkheim, and Weber, to its more recent expression in the diverse contributions of thinkiers like Michel Foucault, Cornell West, and Edward Said.  All of those thinkers, and those who have come after them, addressed themes that have become central to the social sciences: power, conflict, war, social class, social change, agency, structure, inequality, racism, gender relations, culture, religion, and many others.   3 credit hours.

    SoSc 103; additional prerequisite for all online classes: MIS 113.

  • Course Description
    This course uses a comparative perspective to explore the most important historical events and developments that have taken place throughout the world from early human history through today, from emergence of social inequalities and growth of early urban developments to the processes of colonization and imperialism to World War II, Cold War and decolonization to life in the 21st century. Particular emphasis is placed on how interpretations of the same events differ.   3 credit hours.

  • Course Description
    This course is an overview of educational programs and instructional strategies centered around developmental issues related to social, emotional, physical andcognative development of the middle and high school learner. Students will examine middle school and high school program elements including constructive learning, block scheduling, advisory teams, and interdisciplinary curricular teams. The Sough Dakota Teacher Competencies will be included in this course. 3 credit hours.

    Ed 283, Acceptance into Teacher Preparation Program

  • Course Description

    Humanities—Writing For The Professions 343 Anticipates that students will be writing within a greater arena of professional discourse communities.   Precisely, the course concentrates on the practice and study of carefully chosen types of discourse employed in professional workplace situations and assist students to formulate discourse for the different kinds of writing they will encounter in their professional lives.  In fulfilling this end, students will examine rhetorical exposition related to documents found and used in professional contexts; particularly how differing rhetorical situations alter purpose, audience, writer, and text. Students will discover those texts, scrutinize them, analyze them, and model their own writing on them. During the course of a thorough discovery method, students will engage in the writing process, including invention activities, drafting and revising, peer evaluation,  group discussions, editing, and project collaboration. Please note that Writing For The Professions 343, is not an academic writing course—it is designed to improve students’ workplace writing competence as well as foster students’ progression as an emerging, qualified professional.

    Course Description
     3 hours.


  • Course Description
    This course is designed to help students interested in the techniques of writing fiction, drama, music lyrics, nonfiction articles and poetry. Students taking this course will be encouraged to do multiple drafts and to submit completed manuscripts for publication. Course will include group critique, help developing and structuring ideas, supervised practice in creating original compositions.

    : Engl 113

  • Course Description:

    A history of American Indian schools, community and student relations is emphasized in this course. Educational theory and background into traditional tribal education, church, federal, and public education will be explored. Teaching methods based on integrating state content standards with Indian values and culture are part of this course. The South Dakota Indian Studies Strands are addressed.

  • Course Description
    Students will study, in depth, the high incidence disabilities, their definitions, diagnosis and characteristics.  Legal obligations of IDEA, Sect. 504 and ADA will be introduced.  Low incidence disabilities will also be introduced.  Emphasis will be given on determining disabilities, understanding the cognitive, social and emotional difficulties and planning appropriate interventions.  Researching journal articles for current information will provide additional source material.   3 credit hours.


    Textbook  Exceptional Lives: Special Education in Today's Schools, Pearson  8th Edition

  • Course Description
    This is a study of ethics and social responsibility as they relate to issues, conflicts, decision-making and program development in business today. The impact of business activities on: stockholders, employees, communities, the environment and society in general are discussed in detail.

    Econ 213 & BAd 253

  • Course Description
    Successful online teaching requires a variety of skills that are very different from face to face instruction. These include mastery of a course management system, mastery of online communication technologies, demonstration of best practices in online instruction, assessment and skill using software applications and web based tools.

    This is a Five Lesson Virtual Campus Faculty Orientation for facilitators of distance learning courses at Oglala Lakota College. All instructors of online courses are required to participate and successfully complete this Virtual Campus Faculty Orientation.

    Prerequisite: None

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