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Small Business Management BADM-334 (5/26-7/17)
This course applies business policies and procedures to the small business environment. As such, it is designed for students contemplating management or ownership of a small business. Topics include the nature of the entrepreneur, financing and ownership options, marketing, government regulations, taxation, inventory control and other relevant business functions.
Women in Literature ENGL-248 (6/22-7/17)
This class will provide a 4-week sampling of the rich body of women’s writing, focusing on representative examples from the nineteenth century to the present. This course will examine women’s literature through various thematic lenses: women and the body, madness, violence, marriage, motherhood, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, aging, love, anger, power, and agency. Interrogating the social construction of gender and its influence on writers, characters, and readers, the course will both explore the lived experience of women and examine societal expectations of women and the roles they have been assigned throughout history. Get ready for women’s art from Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” to contemporary texts like Beyonce’s “Lemonade.”
Immunology BIOL-422 (5/26-7/17)
Immunology and immunochemistry, mechanisms of immunologic injury, and their application to clinical immunobiology. Serological techniques for detecting and measuring the presence of antigens or antibodies in specimens and production of immune serum.
Computer-Based Technology & Learning (5/26-7/17)
Prepares students to integrate computers into the curriculum by exploring the evolving uses and expectations of technology as a teaching and learning tool. Course objectives based on ISTE standards.
Environmental Law and Politics SUST-730 (5/26-7/17)
Graduate-level course, but advanced undergraduate students may be able to take the course for Independent Study. The class focuses on the major environmental laws, legal decisions, and international agreements that provide for clean air, water, and land, clean up pollution, protect wildlife, and regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Citizen activism and environmental movements will also be discussed.