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Winterim 2009 Courses


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Online Courses

CRN - SUBJ Sec TITLE
CR
TYPE
INSTRUCTOR
11033 MGMT 395 88 @Ethical Issues in Management - 12/29 - 1/15
3
OL
T. Fuhr
11025 HLTH 375 88 Navigating the American Diet - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
L. Sharmer
11005 GEOL 102 88 Ancient Life - 12/29 - 1/15
3
OL
L. Amati
11008 GRED 677 88 Development & Learning in Adolescence - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
D. Kennedy
11006 MUAH 301 88 History of Rock Music - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
J. Ellis
11018 MUAH 301 89 History of Rock Music - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
J. Ellis
11006 MUAH 695 88 History of Rock Music - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
J. Ellis
11021 PSYC 321 88 Psychology of Adolescence - 12/15, 12/29 - 1/15 (Hybrid course)
Face-to-face meetings: 12/15 from 4-5:30; 1/06, 1/10, & 1/15 from 1-2:30 in Carson 204
3 HY N. Dodge-Reyome

Course Descriptions

CRN - SUBJ Sec TITLE
CR
TYPE
INSTRUCTOR
11033 MGMT 395 88 @Ethical Issues in Management - 12/29 - 1/15
3
OL
T. Fuhr

This course examines the role of ethics in the business world and the ethical dilemmas encountered by managers. Special attention is given to the relationship among the varied stakeholders that have roles in business situations. Students are also presented with practical tools to handle moral dilemmas in the workplace and the world

11025 HLTH 375 88 Navigating the American Diet - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
L. Sharmer

This course provides an in-depth analysis of the science of weight management. Using current scientific nutrition research students will learn about the nature of hunger, appetite and satiety and will explore how the current American diet may promote weight gain. Students will learn about current fad diets such as the South Beach Diet and the Atkins Diet; how obesity and weight gain are associated with chronic disease; the role of physical activity in weight management; the dangers associated with disordered eating/ and medical treatment methods for treating obesity including appetite suppressants and gastric bypass surgery. Through interactive, student-led activities, students will learn how to maximize nutrients and flavor in the food they eat without also maximizing calories

11005 GEOL 102 88 Ancient Life - 12/29 - 1/15
3
OL
L. Amati

Survey of evolution of life as documented by the fossil record. Theory of evolution

11008 GRED 677 88 Development & Learning in Adolescence - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
D. Kennedy

The course is designed to provide classroom teachers with a sufficient understanding of the principles and theories of both learning and human development to be better able to plan and carry out instruction.

11006 MULH 301 88 History of Rock Music - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
J. Ellis
11018 MULH 301 89 History of Rock Music - 1/05 - 1/15
3
OL
J. Ellis

This course will examine how Rock and Roll both reflected and influenced major social and cultural changes in America and Britain from 1950 to the present. The course will also analyze the development, musical structures, composition and form of Rock and Roll. It will also investigate how music affected and reflected the growing rebellion of youth, the African American struggle for equality, the dramatic population growth, and economic changes of World War II America and England, and our changing cultural, moral and political views over the past 50 years. It will also examine how changes in technology and the music industry have affected our society. No prior musical knowledge is necessary

11021 PSYC 321 88 Psychology of Adolescence - 12/15, 12/29 - 1/15 (Hybrid course)
Face-to-face meetings: 12/15 from 4-5:30; 1/06, 1/10, & 1/15 from 1-2:30 in Carson 204
3 HY N. Dodge-Reyome

Developmental characteristics and theories of adolescenct behavior. Emphasis on empirical research. Prerequisite: PSYC 100 - Introduction to Pyschology or PSYC 220 - Child Development.