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Angelica Ruiz

Angelica Ruiz

Dear College Students,

I will be your professor for many courses. In these business courses you will

learn and apply strategies that will help you succeed in the workplace.

Before becoming a college professor, I worked in management for many years. This experience allows me to prepare you for the challenges and accomplishments you will experience in the workplace.

I invite you to start a journey full of adventures, high expectations and hands-on experiences.

Lots of luck in all of your classes.

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Thursday, 19 January 2012 13:30

BUS 180

                                                                              BUS 180

Microsoft Office for the workplace

Monday-Wednesday

10:15a.m. – 12:00p.m.

(4 Units)

Code 20850

Instructor:

            Angie T. Ruiz

            Office – Room 802C

            Telephone 355-6339

            Email: angie.ruiz@Imperial.edu

 

Description:

In this course you will develop basic knowledge of computer skills needed in the modern business office.  You will cover word processing software, spreadsheet creation, database development, Internet, and presentation graphics through the windows environment of a personal computer.  You will incorporate graphics into your documents with the use of scanner and clip art.  A working knowledge of the windows environment and a foundation for using a variety of applications for the personal computer will also be covered in the course.

 

Objectives:

1.    Develop a working knowledge of the windows environments of personal computers.

 

2.    Apply the following advance functions of a word processing software package: merge, advanced file managements, outlining, sort, and graphic imaging.

 

3.    Demonstrate the use of a second word processing package in order to illustrate the transfer of word processing techniques to an unfamiliar software package.

 

4.    Create Web Pages using Microsoft Word.

 

5.    Explain the operational technique of the flatbed scanner to other students after receiving directions form the instructor in order to develop the scan competency of teaching others a new skill.

 

6.    Put together on-the-job simulation and practice projects using integration, embedding, and desktop publishing capabilities.

 

7.    Build a worksheet through a current spreadsheet software package and incorporate the use of formulas, point mode, average, max and mix functions, and graphic charts.

 

8.    Create a database, learn queries, maintain and update tables in a current data base software.

 

9.    Build a slide presentation from computerized presentation software and demonstrate a final group project.

 

10. Learn the basics of Internet.

 

11. Show acceptable communication skills including proofreading, grammar, and spelling in all work presented for review.

 

 

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Apply formulas to calculate total cost, gross sales and total profit.
  • Design, analyze, and present a proposal using Office applications, simulating the need of a college snack bar
  • In a simulated setting, communicate the snack bar proposal to a college Board of Directors

 

Attendance policy

The instructor will drop a student who fails to attend the first meeting of the class.

Regular attendance in all classes is expected of all students enrolled.  A student may be excluded from further attendance in a class during any semester when absences after the close of registration have exceeded the number of class hours, which the class meets per week.  Students can be dropped if he/she is disturbing in class.

A student who is tardy three times may be considered as having been absent once.

 

Materials required:

            Textbook:       Microsoft Office 2010: Introductory , Shelly, Gary, Vermaat, Misty

Memory Stick 1GB  

2” Binder

5-Tab Dividers

 

Methods of evaluation:  

            Portfolio                     10%

            Exams                        40%

            Lab Activities              20%

            Final Presentation      10%

            Final Exam                 20%

 

Notice

The instructor reserves the right to modify, change or add to the assignments or the number of exams. Class participation and attendance will make a difference in borderline grade.

 

Turn off cell phone while in class.

Course Outline

 

Wk 1               Intro. To Computers

Office 2010 & Windows

 

Wk 2               Microsoft Word

 

Wk 3               Microsoft PowerPoint

Wk 4               Microsoft PowerPoint

Wk 5               Microsoft PowerPoint

 

Wk 6               Microsoft Excel

Wk 7               Microsoft Excel

Wk 8               Microsoft Excel

 

Wk 9               Microsoft Access

Wk 10             Microsoft Access

Wk 11             Microsoft Access

Wk 12             Microsoft Access

 

Wk 13             Microsoft Publisher

 

Wk 14             Microsoft Outlook

 

Wk 15             Final Project Assignment

Wk 16             Final Exam

 

Thursday, 19 January 2012 11:33

BUS 164

                                                        

                                                                       BUS 164

                                            Office Technology & Procedures I

                                                                M-TH 8:15-10am

                                                           3/12/2012-10/10/2012

                                                                    CRN 10815

                                                                      (3 Units)

 

Instructor

            Angie T. Ruiz

            Office – Room 802

            Telephone 355-6339

            E-Mail angie.ruiz@imperial.edu

 

Description

 

The course is designed to teach students to use Microsoft Word 2010, on the microcomputer and to develop office technology skills.

 

Objectives

 

1.    Demonstrate knowledge in the input, and output used in word processing and develop trouble shooting hardware  and software techniques.

 

2.    Show knowledge of storage media used in word processing.

 

3.    Create, edit, review, store and retrieve business documents using word processing software on the microcomputer.

 

4.    Displaying correct formatting and editing features for business documents and show knowledge of proper grammar usage and proofreading skills.

 

5.    Show knowledge of the find and replace function, block, and move function, and spell/thesaurus function for word processing.

 

6.    Exhibit the skill to key 40 words per minute on a 5-minute timed writing with no more than 10 errors.  Ethical behavior will be encouraged in this area.

 

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

·        Create a report where essential MS Word 2010 functions are applied

·        Design and create an online form for a company retreat while applying critical thinking skills.

·        Design and create an agenda with the daily events of retreat

Attendance Policy

The instructor will drop a student who fails to attend the first meeting of the class.

Regular attendance in all classes is expected of all students enrolled.  A student may be excluded from further attendance in a class during any semester when absences after the close of registration have exceeded the number of class hours, which the class meets per week.  Students can be dropped if he/she is disturbing in class.

A student who is tardy three times may be considered as having been absent once.

Materials Required

            Textbook:       Shelly, Microsoft Word 2010, Course Technology

                                    121 Timed Writings with Skillbuilding Drills, Clayton, 7th Ed.

            Materials        Memory Stick 1GB

                                   

Methods Of Evaluation

            10% Speed and Accuracy

            20% Class Assignments

            10% Projects

            40% Exams

            20% Final

Course Outline

Weeks                                   Assignments

 

Week 1           Ch. 1             Creating Formatting and Editing a Word Document

Week 2           Ch. 2              Creating a Research Paper with Citations

                        Ch. 3              Creating a Business Letter with a Letterhead

                        Ch. 5              Using a Template to Create a Resume

Week 3           Ch. 4              Creating a Document withTitle

                                              Page                                                       

                                              Test                 Ch. 1 & 2

Week 4           Ch. 6              Generating Letters, Mailing Labels, & Directories        

    Test                 Ch. 3 & 5

Week 5           Ch. 7              Creating a Professional Newsletter                                                                                                                   Test                 Ch. 4

Week 6                                   Final Project Assignment

Week 7           Ch. 10             Creating a Template for an Online Form                                                      

                                               Test                 Ch. 6

Week 8           Final               Final Project Assignment/Presentations/Final                                      

                                              Final                                       Exam  Ch. 10

Note:               Weekly chapter online quizzes will be taken

Notice

The instructor reserves the right to modify, change or add to the assignments or the number of exams. Class participation and attendance will make a difference in borderline grade.

Please turn off cell phone while in class.

Need for Assistance

If you have any condition, such as physical or learning disability, for which you need extra assistance, please provide me with information regarding your special needs as soon as possible so that appropriate accommodations can be made.  You should also meet with the DSP&S support staff and counselors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

                                   

 

           

 

                       

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, 19 January 2012 11:08

BUS 154

 

BUS 154

Keyboarding & Document Processing

7:55a.m. – 10:05a.m.

M-TH

1/17/2012-3/8/2012

 (3 Units)

Code 20814

Instructor

            Angie T. Ruiz

            Office – Room 802C

            Telephone 355-6339

            Email angie.ruiz@imperial.edu

 

Course Description

 

Designed to teach the fundamental skills and knowledge of keyboarding.  The student is introduced to the basic concepts of keyboarding production.

Objectives

 

1.    Student will learn elementary word processing functions, which will enable students to enter, exit, save, retrieve, and print documents, as well as tabulate and perform line and page formatting techniques.

2.    Student will demonstrate ability to keyboard by touch method.

3.    Student will show skill and speed ability by improving speed scored by 13 wpm (with 3 errors or less) over the base speed score taken at the end of the fifth week of the course in a 3 minute timed writing.

4.    Student will show ability to center material attractively on paper by using horizontal, vertical, block and spread centering techniques.

5.    Student will demonstrate the proper way to format a business letter in block and modified block style.

6.    Students will show how to format a statistical table using open format with column headings.

7.    Student will type in proper form a multi-page business report with headings, table of contents, cover sheet and bibliography.

8.    Student will proofread all work to be reviewed for misspelled words and incorrect grammar.

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proper tying posture and technique in a 5-minute timed writing
  • Demonstrate the ability to touch type in a 5-minute timed writing
  • Create and format a business letter in block style

 

Attendance Policy

 

The instructor will drop a student who fails to attend the first meeting of the class.

Your presence in class is of great value. Regular attendance in all classes is expected of all students enrolled.  A student may be excluded from further attendance in a class during any semester when absences after the close of registration have exceeded the number of class hours, which the class meets per week.  Students can be dropped if he/she is disturbing in class.

A student who is tardy three times may be considered as having been absent once.

 

Materials Required

Textbook:       Keyboarding & Word Processing Essentials-Microsoft Word 2010, Lessons 1-55

VanHuss, S., Forde, C., Woo, D., South-Western Cengage Learning, 18 ed.

 

Materials:       Memory Stick 1GB

Methods Of Evaluation

 

            Assignments                           30%

          Tests                                       30%

          Typing Speed/Accuracy          30%

          Final Exam                              10%

Notice

The instructor reserves the right to modify, change or add to the assignments or the number of exams.

Please turn off cell phone while in class.

 

Need For Assistance

If you have any condition, such as physical or learning disability, for which you need extra assistance, please provide me with information regarding your special needs as soon as possible so that appropriate accommodations can be made. You should also meet with the DSP&S support staff and counselors.

Saturday, 20 August 2011 11:18

Course Schedule

Winter 2020

BUS172Office Procedures for the Wkpl

This course stresses all business skills and those competencies required of the office worker in today's business environment. The course provides realistic and meaningful experiences to strengthen student's administrative skills and knowledge of business procedures and technological skills. The role of the administrative assistant will be analyzed as well as the global influences that affect the way business is conducted. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
15069EWDBUSMonday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 12:15 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 33
Available: 2
Class begins: 2020-01-06, Class ends: 2020-02-06

WE201Employment Readiness

Skills development in the areas of job search, employer contact, resume writing, applications and cover letter, interviewing techniques, appropriate dress, job-holding practices and on-site learning objectives. A review of factors relating to or contributing to job success, including motivation, attitude, human relations, leadership, personal, as well as, group relationships, and behavior. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
15074EWDBUSMonday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:50 AM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 30
Available: 5
Class begins: 2020-01-06, Class ends: 2020-01-16

BUS108Volunteer Tax Prep (VITA)

This course is designed to teach preparation of tax returns. Training includes preparation of Federal and California income tax returns and use of tax preparation software. Topics include Filing Status, Dependency Exemptions, Basic Deductions, Adjustments, Earned Income Credit, Child Tax Credit and Dependent Care Credit. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
15213EWDBUSMonday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Time: 2:45 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 35
Available: 0
Class begins: 2020-01-06, Class ends: 2020-02-06

WE220Internship

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A course that is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning site relating to the students? educational or occupational (major or career) goals. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with maximum of 4 units per semester. During a regular semester, students must complete a minimum of 7 units, including Work Experience. During the summer session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
15304EWDBUSMonday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:50 AM
Building: 800
Room: 801
Enrolled: 11
Available: 24
Class begins: 2020-01-17, Class ends: 2020-02-06

WE220Internship

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A course that is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning site relating to the students? educational or occupational (major or career) goals. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with maximum of 4 units per semester. During a regular semester, students must complete a minimum of 7 units, including Work Experience. During the summer session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
15305EWDBUSMonday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:50 AM
Building: 800
Room: 801
Enrolled: 6
Available: 29
Class begins: 2020-01-17, Class ends: 2020-02-06

Fall 2019

BUS154Beginning Keyboarding & Doc

This course is designed to teach the student the basic operations of a computer including using alphabet, numeric and symbol keys. The course will also include the basic commands needed to format business documents. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10148EWDBUSTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 8:55 AM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 30
Available: 5
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

BUS164MS Word for the Workplace

This course stresses those competencies required of the office worker in today's business environment. It is designed to teach students production skills for today's office environment using word processing software as well as develop skills for handling business procedures. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10149EWDBUSTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 10:15 AM
End Time: 11:20 AM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 27
Available: 8
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

BUS180MS Office Suite for the Wkpl

This course is designed to strengthen skills needed in a business office. Students will broaden word processing skills; develop spreadsheets and databases; create documents using desktop publishing software; and search for, evaluate, and use information from the Internet. Students will also develop business documents, presentations, and web pages using multimedia. After completing the class, the student will have a foundation for integrating a variety of business applications in an office setting. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10152EWDBUSMonday
Wednesday
Start Time: 10:15 AM
End Time: 11:40 AM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 34
Available: 1
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

BUS059Pract Engl for the Workplace

Multi-level, multi-content (such as employability skills, workplace survival skills, and workplace social skills) for students wanting to have careers in vocational areas, such as Automotive Technologies, Office Technologies, and Early Childhood Education. The course emphasizes practical vocabulary and grammar of English within the context of the workplace. (Formerly ENGL 060) (Nontransferable, AA/AS degree only)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10160EWDBUSMonday
Wednesday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:25 AM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 29
Available: 6
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

WE201Employment Readiness

Skills development in the areas of job search, employer contact, resume writing, applications and cover letter, interviewing techniques, appropriate dress, job-holding practices and on-site learning objectives. A review of factors relating to or contributing to job success, including motivation, attitude, human relations, leadership, personal, as well as, group relationships, and behavior. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10194EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 11:10 AM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 35
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-09-27

WE210General Work Experience

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A sequence of on-the-job learning experiences designed to assist the student in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes and career awareness. Current employment for volunteer/unpaid experience need not be related to the students' educational goal. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with a maximum of three units per session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10195EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 1:25 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 1
Available: 34
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

WE210General Work Experience

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A sequence of on-the-job learning experiences designed to assist the student in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes and career awareness. Current employment for volunteer/unpaid experience need not be related to the students' educational goal. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with a maximum of three units per session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10197EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 1:25 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 1
Available: 34
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

WE220Internship

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A course that is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning site relating to the students? educational or occupational (major or career) goals. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with maximum of 4 units per semester. During a regular semester, students must complete a minimum of 7 units, including Work Experience. During the summer session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10198EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 1:25 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 10
Available: 25
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

WE220Internship

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A course that is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning site relating to the students? educational or occupational (major or career) goals. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with maximum of 4 units per semester. During a regular semester, students must complete a minimum of 7 units, including Work Experience. During the summer session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10199EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 1:25 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 11
Available: 24
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

WE220Internship

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A course that is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning site relating to the students? educational or occupational (major or career) goals. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with maximum of 4 units per semester. During a regular semester, students must complete a minimum of 7 units, including Work Experience. During the summer session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10200EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 1:25 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 8
Available: 27
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

WE220Internship

Corequisite: Must be taken in conjunction with WE 201. A course that is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning site relating to the students? educational or occupational (major or career) goals. One unit of credit is earned for each 60 hours of volunteer/unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work, with maximum of 4 units per semester. During a regular semester, students must complete a minimum of 7 units, including Work Experience. During the summer session, students must complete one other course in addition to Work Experience. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10201EWDBUSFriday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 1:25 PM
Building: 800
Room: 803
Enrolled: 6
Available: 29
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14

BUS156Keyboarding: Speed and Accurac

An individualized diagnostic, prescriptive method of developing accuracy and speed. Emphasis is placed on development of keyboarding speed and accuracy ratings between 20-90 nwpm. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10861EWDBUSTuesday
ONLINE
ONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 26
Available: 9
Class begins: 2019-08-19, Class ends: 2019-12-14