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Learning Enhancement Course Descriptions

LE 100 Introduction to Keyboarding (1) 
Prerequisite: None
Description: This course is intended only for students who have never had a keyboarding class or who do not keyboard by using correct touch keyboarding techniques at 20 corrected words per minutes (cwpm) or higher. Students learn to keyboard by touch using correct technique on alphabetic and alpha-numeric copy without watching their fingers or the keyboard. 

LE 108 Skillbuilding I (1) 
Prerequisite: Ability to keyboard at 20 cwpm using correct keyboarding techniques. Continued enrollment in LE 108 will be based on a verified minimum keyboarding speed of 20 correct words per minute (cwpm) using correct keyboarding technique during class the first week of the semester. Students with less than 20 cwpm will be required to enroll in LE 100, Introduction to Keyboarding.
Description: This course provides technique and speed development drills to increase keyboarding skills on alphabetic, alpha-numeric, and numeric keypad copy. This class is open for challenge; check with the instructor for details. To continue with LE 109, a B grade (32cwpm) or higher is required in LE 108.

LE 109 Skillbuilding II (1) 
Prerequisite: LE 108 (Continued enrollment in LE 109 will be based on a verified minimum keyboarding speed of 32 correct words per minute (cwpm) using correct keyboarding technique during class the first week of the semester. Students with less than 32 cwpm will be required to enroll in LE 108, Skillbuilding I.)
This is the second skillbuilding course that provides technique and speed development drills to increase keyboarding skills on alphabetic, alpha-numeric, and numeric keypad copy beyond 32 cwpm. This course is open for challenge; check with the instructor for details.

LE 110 Tutoring Training I (1)
Prerequisite: Hired as a tutor for the Learning Assistance Lab
Description: Trains tutors in skills needed for an effective tutor session including communicating, questioning and listening skills and assisting students with development of good study habits. Requires 25 hours of tutoring.

LE 112 Tutor Training II (1)
Prerequisite: Hired as a tutor for the Learning Assistance Lab
Description: Trains tutors in skills needed for effective tutor sessions, including elements of the tutor session, documentation, cultural awareness, and tutoring in specific subjects. Requires 25 hours of tutoring.

LE 114 Tutor Training III (1)
Prerequisite: Hired as a tutor for the Learning Assistance Lab
Description: Trains tutors in skills needed for effective tutor sessions, including elements of the tutor session, documentation, cultural awareness, and tutoring in specific subjects. Requires 25 hours of tutoring.

LE 115 Foundations of Learning (1) 
Prerequisite: None
Description: Offers principles that can help students have a positive and successful college experience, maximize opportunities at LDS Business College and prepare to be more serviceable in work, home, Church, and other settings. The College strongly recommends this course for everyone.

LE 116 Study Skills with Foundations of Learning (2) 
Prerequisite: None
Description: Offers principles that can help students to have a positive and successful college experience, maximize opportunities and prepare them to be more serviceable in work, home, Church and other settings. In addition to traditional Foundations content, this course introduces students to learning strategies such as taking notes, reading text, and taking tests more effectively and efficiently. Students with a cumulative high school and/or college transfer grade-point average below 2.5 are strongly encouraged to take LE 116 their first semester. Students placed on academic probation should also take LE 116 the semester after they are placed on probation.

LE 125 Career Exploration and Development (2) 
Prerequisite: None
Description: Gain direction, confidence, and career marketability while: (1) discovering and designing appropriate 'next steps' in personalized career/employment path, (2) developing tools and demonstrating skills and abilities in ways that result in 'good fit' employment and career opportunities. Completion of this course fulfills a significant portion of LDS Business College's Job Certification Program requirements.

LE 195R Special Projects (.5-3)
Prerequisite: Instructor Consent
Description: Under the direction of the LE supervisor, this course provides opportunities for students to explore and apply various topics designed to enhance students' learning experience at LDS Business College. (See Instructor for more details)

Topics: DECA
              Time Management
              The Abundant Life
 

LDS Business College (LDSBC) is located in downtown Salt Lake City, three blocks west of Temple Square.

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LDS Business College
95 North 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101-3500

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Registration: 801-524-8140

Regular Building Hours

Monday 6:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday -
Thursday
6:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Friday 6:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Closed

Hours for specific College services, and exceptions to the building hours (holidays, semester breaks, special events, etc).