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Take ONE or TWO classes this WINTER before SPRING arrives. All course materials are a separate cost and are required. Course materials must be ordered by December 1.

Choose from the following 3 credit hour courses at $525

COURSE: BUS 101 Intro to Information Systems PROFESSOR: Cowart

This is an ONLINE course that provides the student the basic concepts associated with microcomputers, computer terminology, computer operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software.  The course will utilize Microsoft Office.


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COURSE: BUS 350 Topics - Leading with Cultural Intelligence PROFESSOR: Addison

Topics discussed will include the importance of understanding culture and its impact on our lives, the strategic value of cultural intelligence, and the significance of integrating and practicing cultural intelligence in our daily lives. The primary focus of the class will be to incorporate cultural intelligence in leadership and management practices.

Assignments:

Two Article Reviews:

Article review #1- Week 2

Article review #2- Week 3

Article Reviews/assignments: 40% (20% each) Instructions as to the method of construction for the article reviews are also listed in Haiku. Two article reviews are required - minimum of three to four pages each - not including cover page, reference page, etc., with proper APA formatting.

Please see the Haiku tab/reference to the library’s links. Since the article reviews count the most toward your grade, please pay particular to the required elements for the assignments.

Reflection Paper - Week 4 - 25% - assignment description is located under ASSIGNMENTS in Haiku.

Final exam - Week 4 - 35% - the final exam will be administered the last day of class – 1/7/15.


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Leading with Cultural Intelligence Moua, M - Flatworld Knowledge 2012


COURSE: BUS 350 - Personal Finance PROFESSOR: Shepard

This course will enable the student to understand the principles and practices of money management, savings, and investments.


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COURSE: CHR 101 Intro. to Old Testament PROFESSOR: Ray

CHR 101 is a historical and theological survey of the Old Testament. Emphasis is placed on canonical formation, historical background, theological themes, redemptive history, and key interpretive issues.


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COURSE: COM 101 Oral Communication and Public Speaking PROFESSOR: Wallace

Basic Oral Communication is an opportunity to explore practical aspects of verbal and nonverbal human communication in relationships. You will also develop competence in preparing and delivering public presentations.


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COURSE: HEA 105 Drug Education PROFESSOR: Barr


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COURSE: HIS 202 United States History to 1877 PROFESSOR: Garrigus

This course is a survey of the history of the United States from 1492 through 1877 with emphasis on the period from the end of the Colonial Era through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Particular attention is given to the history of Georgia in the same era.


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COURSE: HIS 205 African American History PROFESSOR: Garrigus

This course is a thematic survey of the African-American experience with a special emphasis on slavery, post-civil war adjustment, the Civil Rights movement, and the place of religion in the African-American community.


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COURSE: PE 435 Personal Training PROFESSOR: Barr

Narrative: The student is required to do chapter work out of text, to do six essays on selected personal training topics, to interview a certified personal trainer, and to take photos and write descriptions of selected exercises.

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COURSE: POL 202 American Government PROFESSOR: Byrd

This course is a study of the theory and practice as well as the history of the American political system at the national, state, and local levels. Some emphasis is given to recent trends in government and current events. Questions of national security, foreign policy, and civil liberties will be examined. This course satisfies state requirements concerning the United States and Georgia constitutions.


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COURSE: POL/CJ420 Public Administration PROFESSOR: Byrd

This course examines the factors that shape and condition administrative institutions in a democratic society. Attention is given to the history and development of modern public administration. The course will delve into the study of formal organizational theory and its roots. The regulatory activities, ethics, and administrative responsibility of public institutions will also be a primary focus of this course.


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THINK: Race and ethnicity M. Scott 9780205773732 Pearson -


COURSE: BIO 425 Medical Terminology PROFESSOR: Peters

Introduction to biomedical terminology through the study of prefixes, suffixes and root words.


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