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Through November 20 - 2017-18 Call for Proposals

November 28 - Michigan College and University Partnership: Meet & Greet

November 28 - Art Gallery: Profoundly Humanist Creative Initiative

December 1 - PHI THETA KAPPA Annual Fall Induction

December 6 - 4th Annual Chancellor's Winter Reading Blast

December 8 - Nursing and Allied Health Pinning Ceremony

December 9 - Sounds of the Season

2017-2018 Basketball Schedule

ASPEN Prize

2017 Annual Clery Security Report

February 14, 2018 - My Funny Valentine

February 21, 2018 - All About the Arts: The American Musical Theatre

March 10, 2018 - The Texas Tenors

April 15, 2018 - Mutts Gone Nuts

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Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

University of Michigan, Henry Ford College and WCCCD team up for better teaching & learning in biomedical science

National Leadership Perspective Added to WCCCD Strategic Planning Initiatives with 50th Anniversary Blue Ribbon Leadership Task Force

Official Course Syllabi

The course syllabi are important tools used by the division of educational affairs to ensure students are informed and knowledgeable of the overall course delivery, logistics, instructor expectations, instructional objectives, expected student outcomes and competencies.

The District measures student academic performance for both career and academic programs.  Each career program course is aligned with the competencies or requirements that are measured to ensure that students have obtained the necessary skills for job placement and/or become licensed/certified professionals in their field.

Each academic program is measured according to instructional objectives, program objectives, and overall student outcomes upon degree completion.  The instructional objectives are included in the course syllabi to help students:

  1. Understand what they will learn
  2. Guide their course experiences and self assessment
  3. Define preset discipline standards
African-American Studies
Auto Body Technology
Accounting
Addiction Studies
Allied Health
ANE Anesthesia Technology
Anthropology
Arabic Language
Art
American Sign Language
Automotive Service Technology
Bio-Medical Equipment Repair Technology
Biology
Business Law
Business
Industrial Computer Graphics Technology
Community College Orientation
Childcare Training: Early Childhood Education
Chemistry
Chinese
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Corrections
Computer Technology
Dental Assisting
Dental
Dental Hygiene
Digital Media Production
Digital Photography Technology
Drafting
Dietetic Technology
Economics
ECE Early Childhood Education
Teacher Education
Electrical Electronics Technology

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