Summer Courses | Rutgers University

409 Classical Sociological Theory

Classical Sociological Theory (21:920:409:HQ:06633)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Siebert
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Foundations of social theory; Tocqueville, Durkheim, Marx, Weber, and others--contributors to major orientations to historical development of modern society in the Western world.

394 Internship in Design

Internship in Design (21:085:394:T1:01840)
Class Dates: 5/26 - 8/12
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Drew
Format: By Arrangement
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Opportunity to explore career experience in art and design; limited to students with highly developed skills. Placements, designed to ensure maximum benefit to the student, may be in graphic design studios, as apprentices to artists, or in arts management positions. Under departmental supervision.

By permission only.

393 TOPICAL ISSUES IN SOCIOLOGY: Mass Incarceration

Topical Issues in Sociology: Mass Incarceration (21:920:393:H5:06558)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Instructor: Liss
Location: Blackboard
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Information Coming Soon.

393 TOPICAL ISSUES IN SOCIOLOGY: Music & Society

Topical Issues in Sociology: Music & Society (21:920:393:B5:DU:06673)
Class Dates: 5/26 - 7/2
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Siebert
Location: Blackboard
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Coruse Information Coming Soon.

562 Applied Research Design

Applied Research Design (20:834:562:T6:07376) CANCELLED
Class Dates: 5/26 - 8/12
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Covers issues central to understanding and conducting applied policy and management research. These issues include identifying research questions, developing logic models, selection of appropriate quantitative or qualitative methods, measuring outcomes, survey research and other sources of primary and secondary data, experimental and non-experimental strategies for evaluating programs, and the ethical and political issues involved in producing and using evidence to inform policy and practice.

358 Introduction to Clinical Psychology

Introduction to CLinical Psychology (21:830:358:H5:06655)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Instructor: Ross
Location: Blackboard
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Short stories, plays, projective testing, paintings, and material from clinical interviews to introduce normal, creative, and pathological personalities; increases sensitivity to the situational, psychological, and historical determinants of human personality.

541 Economics Issues for Public Administration

Economics Issues for Public Administration (20:834:541:HP:02669)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course introduces students to public economics and to the economics of public administration, policy, and governance. Students will utilize the fundamentals of economic analysis to explain and understand issues and problems impacting the public and nonprofit sectors.

523 Human Resources Administration

Human Resources Administration (20:834:523:H6:07374)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Location: Engelhard Hall - Room 301
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Human resources administration in public and nonprofit settings, including human resource planning, staffing, development, and compensation. Behavioral and environmental determinants are examined, including production technology, market factors, service delivery, and government regulations.

342 Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing (21:198:342:H3:07465)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Class Times: M, T, W, Th 2:00 om to 3:50 pm
Instructor: Chakrabarty
Location: Blackbaord
Format: Remote- Synchronous
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Information Coming Soon.

518 GIS For Public and Nonprofit Administration

GIS for Public and Nonprofit Administration (20:834:518:H6:07373)
Class Dates: 7/6 - 8/12
Class Times: Meeting Time By Arrangement
Instructor: Staff
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course introduces geographic information systems (GIS), applied visual data systems and analytics and its use in the public and non-profit sectors. Students will learn database management and design and digital cartography using popular GIS software, and how to combine the two to enhance analytic capacity. Integrating database management and spatial analysis allows students to go beyond simple mapping exercises to analyze complex public and nonprofit management problems.

Pages

Back to Top
Back to Top