Next Semester's Courses
FAll 2014 Electives
BA 510—Advanced Organizational Behavior
Prerequisite: BA 500 or the equivalent. Contemporary theory and research on organizational structure and design that has relevance for practical problems of designing and managing organizations.
COMM 561—Multinational Org Com
With K Ishii
This course provides an in-depth study of internal and external communication behaviors in business organizations operating in multinational environments.
GERO 501—Perspectives in Aging
Overview of the fundamental theories, issues and concepts in gerontology. Includes individual and societal aging; and disciplinary perspectives of adaptations and changes to aging.
GERO 505—Development & Change Aging Pro
Prepares students to develop gerontology programs and services for diverse aging populations. Provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and/or administer services in the field of aging.
GWS 545—Feminist Knowledge and Social Change
Examination of both feminist knowledge and research as political practices that have the goal of improving the lives of women and challenging rigid configurations of race, class, gender, and other elements of difference.
GWS 535—Roots of Feminism
Survey of key historical feminist writings with emphasis on intersections of gender, race, class, and sexuality in feminist theory.
ICSR 515—UTOPIAS, DYSTOPIAS, INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES
A study of fictional and historical utopias, dystopias, and intentional communities, with particular attention to environmental concerns.
PS 597 - Professional Seminar in Public Administration
With V. Gordon
RSA 565—NP Grant Writing & Fundraising
Principles, practices, techniques, and ethics of nonprofit grant writing and fundraising. Philanthropy, relationship building, and comprehensive fund development processes. Special emphasis placed on writing grants and developing fundraising strategies
RSA 560—Issues in Nonprofit Administration
Historical, philosophical, and theoretical examination of the nonprofit sector, voluntary action, and philanthropy. Including the comparative perspectives, scope, and significance of the sector. Critical issues related to nonprofit governance, leadership, and board/committee development.
SWRK 510—HUMAN BEHAVIOR SOCIAL ENVIRON
Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. Examines behavior within the context of families, groups, organizations, communities, and cultures. Topics include developmental stages of the individual within multiple systems with a particular focus on issues of diversity.
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COMM 577—CULTURAL TERRORISM COMM
This course deals with the communication behaviors of terrorist groups, particularly as culture impacts and influences those behaviors.
ECON 434G—ECON OF POVERTY & DISCRIMINATION
Study of the economic nature, origins, and public policy aimed at addressing poverty and discrimination in the economy. Topics include social security, food stamps, and equal employment opportunity.
HIS 490G—History of Genocide
HIST 553—American Women's History
Equivalent: HIST 453G. Social, cultural, and political history of American women from pre-colonial times to the present.
PH 548—COMMUNITY HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, Public Health Education or Environmental Health concentration, or permission of instructor. Social, political and economic forces that exacerbate health inequities in different communities; various organizational strategies for effective solution. Review and analysis of community organization and mobilization processes, legislative advocacy, cultural competency, and the role of mass media in conceptualization of public health issues. Transportation requirements for field trips will be provided.
PH 584—PRIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Prerequisite: Admission to the MPH program or permission of instructor. A study of the traditional, emerging and controversial issues associated with environmental health. Biological, chemical and physical threats to human health are included.
SOCL 470G—ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
Prerequisites: ENG 300 and three credit hours of sociology, or consent of instructor. Explores environmental thought within the sciences and the general public, including shifting worldviews, social movements, and social structural change associated with sustainability, environmental justice, and the rights of nature. Students are responsible for arranging their own transportation for optional field trips.
SOCL 571 GENDER & POVERTY: SHIVER REPORT
SPRING 2015 Electives
SRSC 530 - SOCIAL JUSTICE & SOCIAL POLICY
A study of the convergences and discontinuities between social justice and social policy using critical interdisciplinary theories.
SRSC 540 - COMMUNITY BLDG SUSTAINABILITY
Prerequisites: SRSC 510, SRSC 520. Direct participation and research in a topic related to sustainable community-building
SRSC 590 - SUSTAINABILITY SYMPOSIUM
Prerequisites: SRSC 510, SRSC 520, SRSC 540, ECON 530, and LEAD 500. Culminating residency requirement for students seeking the Master's in Social Responsibility & Sustainable Communities. Includes group site evaluations and concluding symposium.
SRSC 599 - THESIS RESEARCH WRITING
Prerequisites/corequisites: SRSC 520 and 21 earned hours in the program. For students pursuing the thesis option of the Master's in Social Responsibility & Sustainable Communities. Course is repeatable five times for a total of six hours.
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