Studies marketing topics such as strategic market planning, time - based competition, customer satisfaction, innovation, creativity, and research. Emphasizes competitive marketing and contemporary buying behavior. 3 Credits
- Instructor: Martha Purdy
Designed for students interested in the study of what constitutes good and bad in human conduct, including related actions and values in business. The course concentrates on the ethical context of business decisions, as well as the human dimension in business.
- Instructor: Alban Urbanas
SL 508-01-1503 - Legal Aspect of Sport
- Instructor: Ray Phillips
This course explores the meaning of teaching from a theoretical framework. Primary emphasis is on the construction of personal meaning about teaching through an analysis of the self as a teacher in a collaborative action research setting. Special emphasis will be placed on understanding the importance of providing learning environments that promote self - directed learning. Best practice models of instruction will be studied, implemented, and analyzed.
- Instructor: Jill Cole