May 23, 2019  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


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The numbers in parentheses listed following the course description, i.e. Credit Hours:  (2-1-2.5), are explained below:

  • The first digit is the number of lecture quarter credit hours for the course.
  • The second digit is the number of laboratory quarter credit hours for the course.
  • The third digit is the number of credit hours for the course.

A Credit Hour is based on the amount of time spent per week in scheduled activities. Each contact hour of classroom work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. Two contact hours of laboratory work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. A minimum of two contact hours of clinical work per week for eleven (11) weeks, or its equivalent, is equal to one-quarter credit hour. Additional clinical work is expected in professional programs to meet either patient or clinic needs and as directed by clinician of record. Online courses, hybrid, accelerated, and other non-traditional modes of delivery will demonstrate equivalent time and effort.

 

English

   •  ENG 202 - Survey of British Literature
   •  ENG 203 - Foundations of Western Literature
   •  ENG 204 - The Western Literary Tradition
   •  ENG 205 - Survey of Eastern Literature
   •  ENG 206 - African-American Literature
   •  ENG 210 - Studies in Mystery Fiction
   •  ENG 211 - NOVELS OF SOCIAL CHANGE
   •  ENG 212 - Identity and Otherness
   •  ENG 213 - Studies in Science Fiction and Fantasy
   •  ENG 220 - American Drama
   •  ENG 230 - Introduction to Short Fiction
   •  LFS 110 - Technical and Scientific Writing

Environment

   •  ENV 101 - An Introduction to Meteorology and Weather
   •  ENV 103 - Introduction to Oceanography
   •  ENV 201 - Geosystems
   •  ENV 203 - Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
   •  ENV 300 - Environmental Sciences and Sustainability
   •  ENV 302 - Secular Ethics and the Environment

Film

   •  FLM 101 - Introduction to Classical Cinema
   •  FLM 102 - World Cinema
   •  FLM 103 - Contemporary Cinema

Finance

   •  FIN 303 - Principles of Finance

First Year Experience

   •  FYE 101 - First Year Experience
   •  FYE 103 - First Year Experience
   •  FYEX 1101 - Focused on Life: DC I

French

   •  FRN 111 - French I
   •  FRN 112 - French II

Health Care

   •  HCM 301 - Introduction to Health Care Management
   •  HCM 350 - Health Care Ethics and Policy
   •  HCM 401 - Health Care Financing

History

   •  HIS 101 - World Civilization to 1500
   •  HIS 102 - World Civilization since 1500
   •  HIS 110 - World Geography
   •  HIS 120 - History of World Religions
   •  HIS 201 - US History to 1877
   •  HIS 202 - US History since 1877
   •  HIS 211 - African American History to 1877
   •  HIS 212 - African American History since 1877
   •  HIS 428 - U.S. History since 1945

Humanities

   •  HUM 101 - Music Appreciation
   •  HUM 201 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  HUM 211 - Intercultural Communication

Life Skills

   •  LFS 104 - Personal Nutrition
   •  LFS 105 - Academic Strategies
   •  LFS 106 - Life Management

Management

   •  MGT 201 - Self Empowerment for Career Management
   •  MGT 301 - Principles of Management
   •  MGT 302 - Leadership and Development
   •  MGT 325 - Entrepreneurship and Social Change
   •  MGT 330 - Sports Management
   •  MGT 401 - Critical Thinking for Organizational Behavior
   •  MGT 402 - Human Resource Management
   •  MGT 403 - Labor Relations
   •  MGT 404 - International Management
   •  MGT 407 - Public Relations
   •  MGT 415 - Entrepreneurship & Small Business Strategies
   •  MGT 430 - Principle of Production * & Operations Management
   •  MGT 441-445 - Internship
   •  MGT 450 - Systems Theory Applied to Business Policy
   •  MGT 455 - Total Quality Management
   •  MGT 460 - Senior Research Project Report
   •  MGT 461 - Senior Research Project Report
   •  MGT 470 - Event Planning
   •  MGT 488 - Current Topics & Challenges in Sports Management
   •  PMT 301 - Principles of Project Management

Marketing

   •  MKT 301 - Principles of Marketing
   •  MKT 320 - Entrepreneurship and Social Media
   •  MKT 340 - Marketing Research
   •  MKT 360 - Advertising and Product Branding
   •  MKT 370 - Sports Marketing
   •  MKT 410 - Integrated Marketing Communication
   •  MKT 450 - International Marketing

Master of Psychology

   •  MPSY 6000 - Introduction to Positive Psychology
   •  MPSY 6040 - The Evolution of Coaching
   •  MPSY 6050 - Introduction to Secular Ethics
   •  MPSY 6100 - Theories and Techniques of Coaching Psychology
   •  MPSY 6150 - The Psychology of Forgiveness
   •  MPSY 6200 - Positive Leadership: Empowerment and Self-Management
   •  MPSY 6240 - Positive Approaches to Leadership
   •  MPSY 6250 - Workplace Coaching
   •  MPSY 6300 - The Science of Happiness: Approaches to the Good Life
   •  MPSY 6350 - Foundations of Contemplative Science
   •  MPSY 6380 - Mindfulness Meditation Lab
   •  MPSY 6400 - Vitalism, Stress Management & The Science of Well-Being
   •  MPSY 6440 - Character Strengths and Virtues
   •  MPSY 6450 - Positive Psychology: Thriving and Flourishing
   •  MPSY 6480 - Positive Psychology of Meaning
   •  MPSY 6500 - Research Methods and Statistics
   •  MPSY 6540 - Program Evaluation
   •  MPSY 6550 - The Art of Self-Care: Mindfulness, Meditation, and the Mind/Body Connection
   •  MPSY 6580 - Positive Organizational Scholarship and Human Flourishing
   •  MPSY 6640 - Contemplative Retreat Supervision
   •  MPSY 6650 - Applied Positive Psychology Coaching
   •  MPSY 6660 - Secular Ethics and Contemplative Pedagogy in Education
   •  MPSY 6700 - Mindfulness Based Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching
   •  MPSY 6750 - The Psychology of Group Coaching
   •  MPSY 6800 - Compassion: Science, Theory and Practice
   •  MPSY 6840 - Compassion Meditation Lab
   •  MPSY 6850 - Advanced Seminar in Contemplative Psychology
   •  MPSY 6880 - Positive Psychology Capstone
 

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