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Management

FEATURED COURSES Organizational Behavior & Communications OPTIONAL Students will take a multi-disciplinary approach to understanding individual behavior within organizations, including team and group behavior. Topics examined will include motivation, change management, organizational communication, groups and teams, negotiation and conflict, and leadership. Change management is extensively covered within an organizational change… Read More

Finance

FEATURED COURSES Insurance and Risk Management REQUIRED Introduction to various sources of financial risk impacting businesses and how to manage this risk.  It will focus on risk management strategies such as business structure selection,diversification, and insurance.  In addition, the theories of moral hazard and adverse selection will be explored. Options,… Read More

Music

PLAN OF STUDY Major in Music Education- B.M.E EDUC 105: Foundations of Education and Human Relations EDUC 300: Instructional Design and Assessment & Practicum EDUC 303: Middle School and Secondary Literacy I EDUC 490: Effective Educator Seminar EPSY 275: Educational Psychology MUAL 421: Full Recital Seminar… Read More

Studio Art

FEATURED COURSES Design REQUIRED A studio course that introduces students to the elements and principles of 2-D and 3-D design, color theory, and sculptural form. Students complete projects in a variety of media. Drawing REQUIRED Students learn to use a wide variety of drawing tools, media, and techniques. Traditional… Read More

Religious Studies

FEATURED COURSES Introduction to Religion REQUIRED An introduction to religious variety and to the academic study of religion. Christian Ethics ELECTIVE Survey of ethical approaches, including a variety of Christian perspectives, and discussions of specific contemporary issues. Religion and Food ELECTIVE This course will… Read More

Political Science

FEATURED COURSES UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT REQUIRED This course is an introduction to the politics and institutions of the federal government, including its relationship to state and local government. Issues addressed include: the constitution; branches of government; federalism; mediating institutions (e.g., media, social movements, political parties, elections, interest groups);… Read More

Photography

FEATURED COURSES DESIGN REQUIRED A studio course that introduces students to the elements and principles of 2-D and 3-D design, color theory, and sculptural form. Students complete projects in a variety of media. SCULPTURE REQUIRED Students gain a foundation in modeling, carving, and casting giving them… Read More

Communication

FEATURED COURSES Media Law  REQUIRED Study of First Amendment issues, including libel and privacy. The course develops an important area of knowledge for persons planning careers in mass communication, but will also be of interest to media consumers because of the role law plays in shaping media content. Read More

Mathematics

PLAN OF STUDY Calculus & Analytic Geometry I REQUIRED An introduction to differential and integral calculus. Topics include functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, and integrals-with applications throughout the course. Transition to Abstract Mathematics REQUIRED This course provides a transition to upper-level mathematics courses. Topics include elements from discrete math, number theory,… Read More

International Affairs

FEATURED COURSES US and the World, since 1945 REQUIRED An introductory lecture/discussion course that studies the roles of the US in the world and traces the political, intellectual, economic, social, and cultural development of various regions of the world since 1945. United States Government REQUIRED An introduction to the politics… Read More

History

FEATURED COURSES United States History to 1877 REQUIRED This is a thematic lecture/discussion course that explores various aspects of the development of the history of the United States from colonial settlement to the end of Reconstruction. Issues addressed will include: slavery and race; religious experiences; constitutionalism and republicanism;… Read More

Education

PLAN OF STUDY Major in Elementary Education- b.s. ART 311: Integrating Art in the Elementary Classroom EDUC 105: Foundations of Education and Human Relations EDUC 214: The Teaching of Foundational Reading Skills EDUC 300: Instructional Design and Assessment & Practicum EDUC 308: Teaching Elementary Physical… Read More

Developmental Psychology

FEATURED COURSES General Psychology REQUIRED This course is an introductory overview of the field of psychology which includes discussion of research methodology, brain and behavior, sensation perception, states of consciousness, learning and memory, personality, abnormal behavior, and social psychology. Lifespan Development REQUIRED This course provides an overview of the various… Read More