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GBS-200 MBA Quantitative Preparatory

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GBS-201 MBA Writing Preparatory

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GBS-202 GMAT Prep

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GBS-220 Introduction to Business Law

This course introduces the essential concepts of business law including Contracts, Agency Law, Intellectual Property, Employment Law, Torts, and Business Organizations, which includes tax and liability considerations when forming a corporation, LLC, LLP, partnership, or sole proprietorship.

GBS225 GBS225 Business Smarter Book Club

Business Smarter Book Club classes are a dynamic forum created by Concordia and JJ Hill Library to explore and discuss business ideas, perspectives, and reactions in today�s business world.

GBS-250 Business Law/Mktg Professional

This course begins with the essential concepts of business law and proceeds to survey the following legal topics: 1) Contracts; 2) Agency Law, 3)Intellectual Property,4) Employment Law, 5) Torts, 6) Business Orgaizations, which includes tax and liability considerations when forming a corporation, LLC, LLP, partnership or sole proprietorship.

GBS-260 Internet Law/Mktg Professional

This course explores the legal doctrines applicable to blogs, websites, website links, online advertising, domain names, and other aspects of internet marketing. Topics include First Amendment rights, trademark usage in domain names, advertising, and website text; libel of famous and non-famous persons; trademark dilution in product reviews; cyber-squatters; resolution of domain name disputes; and copyright law applied to website text, meta-tags, photos, music, and video.

GBS-270 Introduction to Public Policy

This course would focus on how public policy is determined and interpreted by our society, including how individuals or grassroots mobilization, public and private institutions, special interest groups and the media, shape or kill public policy or legislation and how this affects policy. The goal is to give students more than just an understanding of public policy making and issue advocacy. This course will provide students with practical techniques, skills and vehicles to understand how

GBS-300 Advanced Public Policy

This course will focus on advanced study of advocacy based legislation techniques, ethics, and politics of getting your agenda passed. Course topics would include: 1) advanced study and hands on approach to crafting legislative agendas, 2) the detailed technique and art of successful legislative advocacy, 3) an examination of ethical questions that affect legislative advocacy, and 4) how to work with congressional offices, leaders, and the public.

GBS-310 Project Mgmt Intensive

Through lecture, exercises, and computer simulation students will learn basic through advanced tools and techniques for managing and leading a project. Participant teams will apply learning through a computer simulated real-life project and will experience the stages of their own team's development.

GBS-312 Project Mgmt Exam Prep

This one day intensive covers: *Information on the exam*The PMP application process*How to prepare for and take the exam*Study guides and study approach for PMP exam*Sample questions *CD simulation of PMP exam

GBS-350 Fndn / Entrepreneurial Success

This course helps entrepreneurs define and understand the basic concepts, theory of entrepreneurship, understand small business best practices, and practically apply them to their business enterprise.

GBS-355 Feasibility Study and Analysis

This course helps the emerging entrepreneur to define and understand the basic concepts of market research and apply the concepts to their business; documenting industry, target markets, competitive analysis and trends and creating a customer profile.

GBS-610 Project Mgmt Intensive

Through lecture, exercises, and computer simulation students will learn basic through advanced tools and techniques for managing and leading a project. Participant teams will apply learning through a computer simulated real-life project and will experience the stages of their own team's development.

GBS-612 Proj Mgmt Prof Exam Prep

This one day intensive covers: *Information on the exam*The PMP application process*How to prepare for and take the exam*Study guides and study approach for PMP exam*Sample questions *CD simulation of PMP exam

GE-101 Human Geography

Human Geography is an introduction to the basic techniques and concepts of geography. Population, culture, livelihood, settlements and political geography are introduced with emphasis placed on the human role in inhabiting and changing the landscape.

GEO111 GEO111 Observational Geology

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GEO222 GEO222 Physical Geology

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GEO333 GEO333 Geo Field Course-Black Hills

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GER-101 Beginning College German I

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GER102 GER102 Beginning College German II

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GER201 GER201 Intermediate College German I

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GER202 GER202 Intermed College German II

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GER301 GER301 Survey of German Literature

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GER-488 Independent Study in German

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GMBA-51 Marketing & Decision Making

The academic aim of this module is to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and competencies to allow effective decision making within a complex constantly changing business environment in order to create a capture value. The module also aims to provide students� a foundation of how to internationalize business.

GMBA-51 Accounting & Managrl Finance

The academic aim of the module is to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and competencies to understand the importance of investment and financing decisions in order to assist their organization in the creation and capture of value as well as obtaining sustainable competitive advantage and apply this knowledge to other modules to be studied. In this respect, the objective is to provide an essential understanding of financial statement analysis, corporate finance structure, including

GMBA-51 Strat Oper Mgmt & Info Systm

The academic aim of the module is to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and competencies to operate effectively in the workplace, increase learners� understanding of operational and information management issues facing the contemporary organization and how these systems can be utilized to ensure competitive advantage by synthesizing and evaluating complex IT issues. Students will also understand how to implement effective operational decisions and to be able to apply knowledge gained in

GMBA-51 Strategic Mgmt & Leadership

Managers need to understand how strategy is formulated in business and how it shapes the direction and activities of an organization. This module introduces students to concepts, theories and frameworks that will aid their understanding of strategic decision-making and its impact on organizations. Application of these techniques will be on �live� organizations to ensure teaching and learning is current. The focus of this module is on the nature of strategic decision making, management and

GMBA-59 Integr Resrch & Consult Proj

The Integrative Research and Consultancy Project, RSH 4010 is available for students who have completed the taught element of their studies. The module is designed to be a student led research and consultancy based module, anchored on providing students with relevant academic and industry transferable skills. The module is split into two sections. In section one, the students formulate and complete a research/engagement proposal and turn this into a feasible research plan, while in section two,

GRK-101 Ancient Greek I

An introduction to classical Greek, presenting basic grammar through readings slected from ancient authors. The aim is to teach students to read Greek quickly and enjoyably in the context of ancient Greek culture.

GRK-102 Ancient Greek II

A continuation of GRK 101, presenting basic grammar through readings selected from ancient authors. The aim is to teach students to read Greek quickly and enjoyably in the context of ancient Greek culture.

GRK-211 Beginning Greek I

Students begin their study of the fundamentals of Greek grammar.

GRK-212 Beginning Greek II

Students complete their study of the fundamentals of Greek grammar. (Prerequisite: GRK211)

GRK-250 Intermediate Greek

By reviewing basic concepts, building mastery of vocabulary and forms, and focusing on syntactic structures, students begin to translate larger of blocks of text in Biblical Greek.

GRK-251 Intermediate Greek 2

By reviewing basic concepts, building mastery of vocabulary and forms, and focusing on syntactic structures, students continue to translate larger blocks of text in Hellenistic Greek.

GRK-299 Greek Review

Students review basic concepts, master of vocabulary and forms, and explore syntactic structures in preparation for the seminary entrance exam.

GRK311 GRK311 Matthew & Pastoral Epistles

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GRK-312 Matthew

Through reading of major portions of the Greek text of Matthew, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to the indicative verb. Matthew is read in the fall term prior to Year A in the liturgical cycle. (Prerequisite: GRK212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK313 GRK313 Mark and Corinthians

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GRK-314 Mark

Through reading of the complete Greek text of Mark, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to nouns, pronouns, and adjectives. Mark is read in the fall term prior to Year B in the liturgical cycle. (Prerequisite: GRK212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK315 GRK315 Luke, Galatians

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GRK-316 Luke

Through reading of major portions of the Greek text of Luke, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to the vocabulary of Luke. Luke is read in the fall term prior to Year C in the liturgical cycle. (Prerequisite: GRK212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK317 GRK317 John, Romans, Thessalonians

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GRK318 GRK318 John, Romans, Thessalonians B

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GRK411 GRK411 Acts, Prison Epistles

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GRK-412 Galatians and Romans

Through the reading of the complete Greek texts of Galatians and Romans, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of grammatical forms. Particular attention will be given to participles. (Prerequisite: GRK212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK413 GRK413 Gen Epistles, Hebrews & Rev

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GRK-414 Corinthians

Through reading of major portions of the Greek texts of both letters, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and analysis of syntactic relationships. Particular attention will be given to the syntax of subordinate clauses. (Pre requisite: completion of GRK 212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK-416 Other Epistles

Through selected reading of the Greek texts of a wide variety of epistolary writings, students build their skills in the translation of biblical Greek and in the analysis of textual variants. Particular attention will be given to texts displaying a broad range of textual variation. (Prerequisite: GRK212 with a grade of C or above.)

GRK418 GRK418 Selected Hellenistic Authors

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GRK419 GRK419 Selected Classical Authors

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GRK-488 Greek Independent Study

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