During this course, you will strengthen the writing skills you mastered in English Composition I. In this class, the focus for your ideas will stem from discussing major literary periods; composing analytical and argumentative essays about literature; recognizing the primary features and conventions inherent to a variety of literary forms and genres, including the short story, drama, poetry, and the novel; and defining a variety of literary terms. This course will also introduce students to the basics of literary theory.
This course is intended to introduce students to the History of the United States, from the earliest civilizations of more than 10,000 years ago, but primarily beginning with the European settlements in the late 1400’s, through the Civil War and Reconstruction periods.
A survey of major civilizations of the world, including: Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Persian, Greek, Chinese, Indian, African, Roman, MesoAmerican, European, and Mongolian from antiquity until the sixteenth century.Through the study of world civilizations, students will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of the national and cultural origins of the world’s diverse populations, as well as of a multi-national and multi-ethnic citizenry such as we find in the United States; and to appreciate more fully the modern reality of global interaction and interdependence, in order to foster an appreciation and respect of the major civilizations that have defined and shaped our human history.
- Exploration of policies, standards, procedures, and problems pertaining to the organization and administration of physical education and sport programs.
This course provides intensive guided independent study in areas of sport management, or exercise science. With the instructor’s approval, students will complete a research project related to their internship experience that is in-depth and up-to-date.
The focus of this course is on qualitative research that is action research based, as the format for the research project. Students will be given the opportunity to learn how the research process works, starting from conceptualizing and defining the project, examining similar research, collecting data, analyzing the data, and using the results to determine the emphasis of impact based on the purpose of the investigation.
The course is taken during a student’s internship. The course is offered as an online course, which meets partial requirement for degree completion for the Exercise Science and Sport Management Programs. A grade of “C” or higher is required for the course to be accepted towards graduation requirements.
MU128 “History of Rock and Roll” will survey the different genres of Rock music in the United States through out the Twentieth Century using an historical approach. Lectures will include listening to and analyzing music examples in relation to the social, technical and historical trends.
This course introduces basic concepts and principles in psychology including research strategies, human development, intelligence, thinking, learning, diversity, personality, abnormal behavior patterns, and psychotherapy.
- This is an online course which emphasizes individual work and research in the area of safety education.