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408 Leadership for Service Professionals

Leadership for Service Professionals (40:834:408:B7:11797)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: TTh 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Instructor: Hamidullah
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Builds upon the skills and knowledge successful college graduates learn through their many years as students, including: collaboration, leadership, active citizenship, multicultural understanding, reflective thinking, critical analysis, and the ability to be a change agent in their community. This course provides students with an understanding of public service leadership skills and traits that will be necessary to master in order to be effective public and nonprofit service administrators.

480 Special Topic: Leadership in Supply Chain Management

Special Topic: Leadership in Supply Chain Management (29:799:480:B6:12334)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: MW, 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Instructor: Lydon
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Writing intensive.  Requires application approval.  By permission only.

498 Independent Study in Finance

Independent Study in Finance (29:390:498:TQ:ST:01796)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Credits: BA
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Individual research and reading program under the guidance of a member of the department. 

Writing intensive. Prerequisites: Requires application to the RBS undergraduate dean's office.

389 Topics in Women's Studies: Black Women in the United States

Topics in Women's Studies: Black Women in the United States (21:988:389:H5:12001)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Roles of black women in family life, the workplace, politics, literary and artistic achievement, education, and the struggle for women's rights; incorporates both fictional and nonfictional works to chronologically illuminate the major themes in black women's history and contemporary issues.

Cross-listed with 21:014:305:H5:12004.

379 NATIONAL LITERATURES IN SPANISH AMERICA: CUBAN LITERATURE

National Literatures in Spanish America: Cuban Literature (21:940:379:H5:11824)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Martinez
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Study of one national literature, such as Argentinian, Colombian, Cuban, Dominican, or Mexican, treated in the context of the history, geography, and culture of the particular country.

Conducted in Spanish.

251 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION II

Introduction to Latin American Literature in English Translation II (21:940:251:B7:11823)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: TTh, 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Instructor: Ferrari
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course description coming soon.

211 Critical Approaches to Films from Spain

Critical Approaches to Films from Spain (21:940:211:H1:12082)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Lahr-Vivaz
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course description coming soon.

345 Sociology of Education

Sociology of Education (21:920:345:B5:12295)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Lew
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The interaction between schools and society; basic social concepts such as stratification, social role, and bureaucratic organization as they relate to the educational system; the system in relation to the larger institutions in the society, with emphasis on both stated objectives and actual social functions.

318 Sociology of Health Care

Sociology of Health Care (21:920:318:H5:12297)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Liss
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course description coming soon.

201 Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to Sociology (21:920:201:H5:11885)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Liss
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

How does society influence us? What about our families, the schools we attend, the economy at large, and the government? How too do religious traditions, the neighborhoods we live in, and our self-identities shape our thoughts and behavior? What does it mean to have a "culture," to witness the impact of social institutions on our lives, to consider oneself as part of a social group, and to identify with organizations? Introduction to Sociology explores these and other issues relating to society and the self.

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