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HBR-311 Biblical Hebrew I

This course is a study of the biblical Hebrew language. Emphasis is on basic grammar and vocabulary. Students will be introduced to the strong verb and to noun paradigms.

HBR-312 Biblical Hebrew II

The study of basic Hebrew grammar is continued in this course. Students are introduced to weak verbs and to the study of the Hebrew text of the Torah. (Prerequisite: HBR311)

HBR-411 Biblical Hebrew: Prose Read

A review of basic biblical Hebrew grammar, introduction to Hebrew syntax, vocabulary review, and readings from the Old Testament prose texts. (Prerequisite: HBR312)

HBR-413 Biblical Hebrew: Poetry Read

The course has the following objectives: a review of basic biblical Hebrew grammar, introduction to Hebrew syntax, vocabulary review, and readings from the Old Testament poetic texts. (Prerequisite: HBR312)

HCA-500 Public Policy and Aging

This course examines social policy in both the United States and Minnesota specifically, looking at the current major issues affecting older adults such as income security and health care financing. Programs mandated by the Older Americans Act are explored. The process of how a health care bill becomes law will be researched.

HCA-510 Health & Phys Characteristics

This course examines the physical process of aging and the physiological changes that accompany the aging process, relating these to the social and economic factors that affect health status and independent living. Students will study the characteristics of age-related diseases such as Alzheimer�s, Dementia, Incontinence, Heart Disease, Arthritis, Vision and Eye Diseases.

HCA-515 Spirituality and Aging

This course explores and examines issues around spirituality and faith, to promote the lives, health, and spiritual well-being of older adults of all faiths and cultures. Faith is important to older adults; understanding the various practices of our diversified community is necessary to serve them and meet their needs. Inviting various clergy from our community would be an enhancement to this course.

HCA-520 Diversity in Health Care

Students use literature, interviews and class discussion to explore the values, beliefs, customs and perceptions represented in various kinds of diversity affecting social and economic life. Students explore the obligations and implications of equal opportunity in organizations while they develop organizational strategies to benefit from diversity.

HCA-525 Program Dev & Service Delivery

Students will gain an understanding of the structural problems that underlie the challenges in using formal services. The course will cover a wide range of services that older people may need, both formal and informal services, service coordination and integration, and the role of both consumer directed and professional case management in negotiating service systems. Types of care facilities would also be discussed: memory care, assisted living, home care, and long-term care.

HCA-530 Research Methods

Introduce students to qualitative research methods within the context of aging. Quantitative research will look at methodologies and technologies of social science research emphasizing the diversity in our aging population.

HCA-535 Marketing to Older Adult

This course examines marketing principles as applied to aging services organizations, and learning about the distinctive concepts and objectives for this demographic. Students will examine varied cultures and learn to apply marketing concepts based on their target audience and product.

HCA-540 Professional Ethics

Students will gain an understanding of the roots of ethical practice and consider moral behavior in light of a changing and diverse society and the complicated issues of modern science and technology. This course examines abuse and neglect in its various forms, the signs and symptoms, reporting requirements, and how those working with older adults, as mandated reporters, can work with Adult Protective Services and the other legal, medical, and community agencies that deal with this difficult

HCA-545 Grant Writing and Fundraising

This course offers students an opportunity to develop skills in fundraising. It will include reviewing successful grants, researching grant opportunities, the grant writing process, assembling documentation, managing and evaluating a grant, and reporting procedures. Processes for both for-profit and nonprofit will be compared.

HCA-555 Economic Issues in Aging Pop

This course will look at the economic issues surrounding aging population. Examining projections and trends, students will analyze the elements in our society that play important roles in providing people with income and health security, which are currently hot topics in both our Federal and State governments. Medicare and Medical Assistance, social security, private pensions, and long-term care insurance are examples of topics to study. The course looks at how public policy effects different

HCA-565 Master's Thesis

Thesis or Project related to their specific field of interest.

HCM-220 Managing Diversity in Hlthcare

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HCM-222 Perf Mgmt in Hlthcare Org

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HCM-224 Managing Employee Comp

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HCM-299 Intrinsic Coach Dev/HW Profess

This course introduces the Intrinsic Coaching methodology which allows Health and Wellness professionals to expand their ability to work with the whole person. This coaching approach enables individuals about choices as they work to accomplish important outcomes giving the health and wellness professional a more effective, productive, and satisfying way of working with people. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to elicit people's best thinking, including your own, so they and you

HCM300 HCM300 Accounting For Health Care

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HCM300X HCM300X Accounting for Health Care

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HCM-301 Principles of Hlthcare Mgmt

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HCM305 HCM305 Human Resources in Hlth Care

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HCM305X HCM305X Human Resources in Health Care

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HCM310 HCM310 Organiz Theories & Behav

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HCM310X HCM310X Organiz Theories & behavior

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HCM315 HCM315 Ethics in Health Care Mgmt

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HCM315X HCM315X Ethics in Health Care Mgmt

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HCM316 HCM316 Contemp Issues Hlthcare Mgmt

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HCM320 HCM320 Health Care Sys in U.S.

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HCM320X HCM320X Heatlth Care Systems in U.S.

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HCM322 HCM322 Comp & Regulatory Requirements

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HCM325 HCM325 Health Care & Political Proc

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HCM325X HCM325X Health Care & Political Proc

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HCM-327 Hlthcare Human Resource Mgmt

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HCM330 HCM330 Public Health Care

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HCM330X HCM330X Public Health Care

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HCM-332 Recruit/ Select Hlthcare Wrkrs

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HCM335 HCM335 Legal Issues in Health Care

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HCM335X HCM335X Legal Issues in Health Care

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HCM-337 Issues/Retain Hlthcare Wrkrs

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HCM340 HCM340 Health Care Management

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HCM340X HCM340X Health Care Managment

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HCM345 HCM345 Hlth Care Information Sys Mgmt

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HCM345X HCM345X Hlth Care Info Systems Mgmt

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HCM350 HCM350 Quality Assurance in Hlth Care

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HCM350X HCM350X Quality Assurance in Hlth Care

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HCM355 HCM355 Future of Health Care

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HCM355X HCM355X Future of Health Care

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HCM360 HCM360 Marketing Mgmt for Health Care

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HCM360X HCM360X Marketing Mgmt for Hlth Care

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HCM365 HCM365 Health Care Economics

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HCM365X HCM365X Health Care Economics

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HCM370 HCM370 Long Term Care Systems Mgmt

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HCM370X HCM370X Long Term Care Systems Mgmt

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HCM375 HCM375 Hospital Administration

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HCM375X HCM375X Hospital Administration

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HCM-400 Health Care Finance

Explores the major concepts of finance within an organizational context, including basic accounting terms, budgeting, time value of money, types of healthcare payments and insurance systems, and global considerations, as students use standard financial tools to make business assessments and financial decisions important for managers in a healthcare organization.

HCM-435 Ethics & Decision Making

This is a foundational course in ethics for individuals who are pursuing vocations in health care. At the completion of this course students will have a greater understanding of the ethical principles that are applied to the delivery of health care services, as well as some of the more current and pressing issues of health care delivery. Students will develop a personal model of decision making that is consistent with core personal values as well as the ethical standards of their professions.

HCM-440 Legal Envirn Hlthcare Managers

This course integrates the treatment of law and management. It helps managers and leaders spot legal issues before they become legal problems and emphasizes developing the legal astuteness to craft solutions that attain core organizational objectives without incurring undue legal risk. Traditional legal concepts are discussed as well as current topics in developing areas of the law. An emphasis on ethical concerns stimulates understanding of how managers must incorporate considerations of

HCM-490 Senior Research Capstone

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HCM500 HCM500 Accounting For Health Care

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HCM505X HCM505X Human Resources in Health Care

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HCM510 HCM510 Organiz Theories & Behav

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HCM510X HCM510X Organiz Theories & behavior

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HCM515 HCM515 Ethics in Health Care Mgmt

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HCM515X HCM515X Ethics in Health Care Mgmt

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HCM520 HCM520 Health Care Sys in U.S.

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HCM520X HCM520X Heatlth Care Systems in U.S.

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HCM525 HCM525 Health Care & Political Proc

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HCM525X HCM525X Health Care & Political Proc

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HCM530 HCM530 Public Health Care

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HCM530X HCM530X Public Health Care

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HCM535 HCM535 Legal Issues in Health Care

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HCM535X HCM535X Legal Issues in Health Care

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HCM-540 Health Care Biomedical Ethics Available online

Many hospitals have ethical boards to help with difficult decision making. This speaks to the increasing complexity of ethical issues which health care professionals face. This course will look at end-of-life issues, resource allocation issues, decision-making issues, access-to-care issues and other major ethical issues facing health care professionals. This course will explore briefly a Christian understanding of the grounds for ethical decision making.

HCM540X HCM540X Health Care Management

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HCM-545 Quality Practices Available online

In order to compete in this new economy, health care entities, particularly hospitals, need to employ quality practices. This course will examine current theory and practices for health care institutions: Six sigma, Lean and other processes and procedures. Students will understand how the quality system interweaves with customer service and happiness.

HCM550 HCM550 Health Care Regulatory Environ

This course covers the governmental policies affecting health care entities: labor law, business law, liability law, and tax-related issues. Government regulation is a growing part of health care systems and these regulations need to be understood by practitioners. This course will give students the framework for understanding the changing laws and regulations which affect health care systems.

HCM550X HCM550X Public Health Care

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HCM-555 Health Care Informatics Available online

A call has come from the highest reaches of government for the computerization of all medical records. Information systems and the interlocking of these systems will be a major concern for health care providers in the years to come. Students will learn how to collect, massage, manipulate data in order to make it useful. There is plenty of useless data and information available; the real professional can mine that data and information into golden nuggets of knowledge.

HCM-560 Hlth Care Strategic Ldrshp Available online

The distribution system for health care is complex and changing rapidly. The strategy process represents an essential opportunity for health care leaders to establish, implement and guide the organizations direction in these turbulent waters of changing distribution systems. MAP is a process in which students summarize, synthesize, and demonstrate knowledge, skills, and competencies as organizational managers and leaders. Students will draw from their MBA course work, career experiences, and

HCM601 HCM601 Principles of Hlthcare Mgmt

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HCM616 HCM616 Contemp Issues Hlthcare Mgmt

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HCM620 HCM620 Managing Diversity in Hlthcare

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HCM622 HCM622 Perf Mgmt in Hlthcare Org

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HCM623 HCM623 Comp & Regulatory Requirements

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HCM624 HCM624 Managing Employee Comp

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HCM627 HCM627 Hlthcare Human Resource Mgmt

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HCM632 HCM632 Recruit/ Select Hlthcare Wrkrs

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HCM637 HCM637 Issues/Retain Hlthcare Wrkrs

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HCM-699 Intrinsic Coach Dev/Hlth/Well

This course introduces the Intrinsic Coaching� methodology which allows Health and Wellness professionals to expand their ability to work with the whole person. This coaching approach enables individuals about choices as they work to accomplish important outcomes giving the health and wellness professional a more effective, productive, and satisfying way of working with people. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to elicit people's best thinking, including your own, so they and

HCR-220 Epidemiological Foundation

This course is designed to provide students with a historical background in epidemiological studies. The course is also designed to expose students to the principles and concepts necessary for understanding the basics of epidemiological investigations.

HCR-250 Leadership Communication

This course emphasizes the communication processes of leadership with particular focus on assessing and researching leadership skills, strategic organizational planning, decision making, problem solving, mentoring employees, collaborative team management skills, cultivating a supportive work environment, change management, facilitation and meeting management skills, presentation skills and interviewing skills.

HCR-300 Strategic Ldrshp Resources...

The strategy process represents an essential opportunity for health care leaders to establish, implement and guide the organization�s direction in these turbulent waters of changing distribution systems. Students will look at the strategies of health care organizations in an increasingly global and competitive marketplace.

HCR-325 Compliance & Regulatory Req.

The focus of this course is to examine the role law plays in the everyday operation of our health care system from the management perspective. Key topics will include: The Affordable Care Act of 2010, Corporate Compliance and Integrity, Fraud and Abuse, health care laws, and health care regulatory agencies. Laws and bills related to health care in the State of Minnesota will be examined and followed.

HCR-330 Comm Strat for Conflict Mgmt

This course provides an overview of the nature and functions of communication in human conflict. Professionals develop communication skills, such as listening and collaboration, which are necessary for managing conflict productively in interpersonal, organizational and intercultural contexts. Professionals will gain an understanding of patterns, research and processes associated with conflict management styles, and civility. This course will also address how language, perception, gender

HCR-340 Hlth Care Info Systems

This course is designed to introduce students to health care information systems and help them understand why the interlocking of these systems provides numerous challenges and opportunities for health care providers in the years to come. Students will learn how to collect, massage, manipulate data in order to make it useful. There is plenty of useless data and information available; the real professional can mine that data and information into golden nuggets of knowledge.

HCR-350 Hlthcare Div & Global Issues

Students use literature, interviews and class discussion to explore the values, beliefs, customs and perceptions represented in various kinds of diversity affecting social and economic life. Students explore the obligations and implications of equal opportunity in organizations while they develop organizational strategies to benefit from diversity in the United States and abroad.

HCR-400 Health Care Finance

Explores the major concepts of finance within an organizational context, including basic accounting terms, budgeting, time value of money, types of healthcare payments and insurance systems, and global considerations, as students use standard financial tools to make business assessments and financial decisions important for managers in a healthcare organization.

HCR-435 Ethics & Decision Making

This is a foundational course in ethics for individuals pursuing vocations of service in health care. Students will have a greater understanding of the ethical principles that are applied to the delivery of health care services and the processes for making sound ethical decisions. Students will develop models of decision making that are consistent with core personal values as well as the ethical standards of their professions. Motivations for ethical healthcare decisions will be evaluated.

HCR-440 Legal Env for Hlthcare Mgrs

This course integrates the treatment of law and management. It helps managers and leaders spot legal issues before they become legal problems and emphasizes developing the legal astuteness to craft solutions that attain core organizational objectives without incurring undue legal risk. Traditional legal concepts are discussed as well as current topics in developing areas of the law. An emphasis on ethical concerns stimulates understanding of how managers must incorporate considerations of

HDC200 HDC200 Role of Social Capital

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HDC201 HDC201 Understanding Wage Determ

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HDC205 HDC205 Role Social Capital/Organiz

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HDC210 HDC210 History of Taiwan

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HDC-215 The Problem with Drugs

Students will discuss challenges facing a society that continues to change in demographics, norms, and philosophies of dealing with drug abuse and drug offenders, which in turn dictate which resources and how many resources will be made available to deal with the nation's drug problem. First and foremost, students will be introduced to an overview of the world of drug abuse, its causes, concepts and perceived controls.

HDC-216 The American Drug Problem

Students will discuss challenges facing a society that continues to change in demographics, norms, and philosophies of dealing with drug abuse and drug offenders, which in turn dictate which resources and how many resources will be made available to deal with the nation�s drug problem.

HDC254 HDC254 Detec & Analy Cognitve Distort

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HDC256 HDC256 Detec Sociopathic Behav in Bus

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HDC257 HDC257 Human Rights Education

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HDC258 HDC258 Rethinking Emotion

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HDC265 HDC265 Tak Care of Whole-self

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HDC266 HDC266 Turn Life Exper:College Credit

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HDC275 HDC275 Positive Aloneness

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HDC610 HDC610 History of Taiwan

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HDC654 HDC654 Detect& Analy Cognitiv Distort

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HDC656 HDC656 Detec Sociopathic Behav in Bus

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HDC657 HDC657 Human Rights Education

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HDC658 HDC658 Rethinking Emotion

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HEC498 HEC498 HECUA Abroad (CASLA)

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HECU401 HECU401 Bangladesh

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HECU402 HECU402 Northern Ireland

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HECU403 HECU403 Scandinavia

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HECU404 HECU404 Community Intern (Ecuador)

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HECU405 HECU405 Guatemala

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HECU406 HECU406 Environ Econ (Cuba/Guatamala)

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HECU407 HECU407 City Arts (Twin Cities)

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HECU408 HECU408 Environment Sustainability(TC)

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HECU409 HECU409 Metro Urban Studies Term (TC)

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HECU410 HECU410 Civil RIghts (MN & So. US)

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HECU411 HECU411 Partners Internship Program

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HIS-111 Western Civilization to 1648

Beginning with the Egyptian society, this course places major emphasis on the growth and progress of Western culture and civilization and European institutions. Topics include the Hellenistic world, Rome, medieval Europe, and the Renaissance.

HIS-113 Western Civ. Since Reformation

Beginning with the Reformation, this course places major emphasis on the growth and progress of Western culture and civilization and European institutions. Topics include the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, Romanticism, and twentieth century totalitarianism. INT111 is not a prerequisite for this course.

HIS-115 Research Family History

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HIS11X HIS11X American History I USA to 1877

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HIS-121 World History

A comparative introduction to the development of cultures in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Topics include the age of exploration from a global perspective; the rise of the West; religious, economic and political revolutions; imperialism; changes in the patterns of everyday life. No prerequisites.

HIS12X HIS12X Western Civilization to1648

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HIS13X HIS13X World History

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HIS200 HIS200 Public History: Proj Interact

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HIS201 HIS201 St. Paul Irish Heritage

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HIS-202 St. Paul Gangsters

Experience the fascinating history of St. Paul�s infamous gangsters and underworld leaders who claim to have run the city during the 1920�s and 1930�s. Students will attend class and then see the sites where the gangsters lived it up and committed some of the most notorious crimes in the upper Midwest.

HIS203 HIS203 Ghosts in the City

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HIS-209 History of the Family

This course looks at the family in a number of cultures at various periods in history. Child rearing, marriage, and kinship are explored. Particular attention is given to the historical influences that have affected the dynamics of the contemporary family.

HIS-210 History of Taiwan

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HIS-212 Introduction to History

Students familiarize themselves with methods of inquiry in history and compare these with the methodologies of other disciplines. The course asks participants to raise relevant questions about the data, sources, and conclusions of the material they examine and to conduct their own inquiry through the completion of a self-designed project.

HIS21X HIS21X American History II since 1877

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HIS-220 Leaders in American Society

In this course, students examine the leadership foundations of American society. After examining and discussing these foundations, students will move to non-Western ethical influences of our contemporary society. Students will study the lives of many diverse leaders. In examining the traditional with the contemporary, students will explore the complex ethical framework of our nation.

HIS-221 World Culture: Greece & Rome

This course studies the cultural history of ancient Greece and Rome with a focus on the interaction of diverse cultural elements which shape the metropolitan and cosmopolitan world culture of which we are heirs.

HIS22X HIS22X Western Civ since Reformation

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HIS-231 USA to 1877

This survey course traces American history from colonial times through Reconstruction. The course emphasizes a broad range of topics including: colonial settlement patterns, the growth of slavery, the Revolution, the development of nationalism, the Age of Jackson, Westward expansion, sectionalism, and the Civil War and Reconstruction.

HIS-233 USA since 1877

This survey course traces American history from Reconstruction to the present time. The course will begin by focusing on the nation's emergence as a world power and its failure to keep the promises it made in the 13th & 15th amendments. Students will also examine: America's various reform movements, World War I, the Roaring Twenties, the Depression and New Deal, World War II, the Cold War, Civil Rights, Vietnam, the 1960s counterculture, Watergate, the oil and Iran hostage crises, the Reagan

HIS25X HIS25X Dakota Indians In MN 1660-1863

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HIS-267 Introduction to Latin America

An introduction to modern Latin America, with emphasis on the post-colonial era. Beginning with a discussion of the colonial heritage, the course traces the development of Latin America, its struggle with political instability and economic dependence and the role of the United States in hemispheric development. Primary focus is on Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.

HIS-281 European History 1789 - 1914

This survey course looks at the structures, forces and individuals that helped to shape the history of Europe from the French Revolution to the outbreak of World War One. Among the topics considered are the French Revolution and Napoleonic era, industrialization, the revolutions of 1848, socialism, the unification of Germany and European imperialism.

HIS-283 European History since 1914

This survey course details the events of Europe's tumultuous 20th century, a period that extends from the outbreak of World War One to the fall of the Berlin Wall and includes two world wars, the Russian Revolution, National Socialism and the Holocaust, the Cold War standoff, and the birth and expansion of the European Community.

HIS-285 European History Since 1789

This comprehensive survey focuses on events and forces that have shaped European history since the French Revolution. The course will examine industrialization, the revolutions of 1848, socialism, the unification of Germany, European imperialism, the devastating world wars of the 20th century, as well as the Russian Revolution, National Socialism and the Holocaust, the Cold War standoff, and the birth and expansion of the European Community.

HIS29X HIS29X History of the Family

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HIS-320 Minnesota History

This course will examine the social, cultural, economic, and political history of Minnesota from pre-European contact to the present. Special emphasis will be placed on American Indian and European-American conflict. This course will also focus on interrelationship between Minnesota's geophysical environment and socio-cultural development. Topics will include Native American life and culture, European settlement, the fur trade, immigration, economic and industrial development, political

HIS-325 U.S. Business History

The course will primarily examine the role of business in the American economy from the colonial period to the present. The course will focus on the development of capitalism and the corporation, with an emphasis on the interaction between business firms and other institutions in American life�including labor unions and the government. Students will study business, labor, and other economic institutions starting in the 17th century and ending with the modern global corporation. Topics will

HIS-330 America's Civil War: 1845-1877

This course will examine the Civil War era in the United States. The class will emphasize a number of topics including: North-South social and cultural differences, the short and long-term causes of the conflict, Southern secession, slavery and emancipation, Abraham Lincoln's leadership, battles and military strategies, soldier's lives, wartime diplomacy, politics, and economics during the war, the struggles of Reconstruction and the significance of the war in American history.

HIS331 HIS331 Religion in American Culture

From the European antecedents of Puritanism to the Moral Majority and the �Caf� Spiritualism� of the late twentieth century, this course studies the incredibly complex and often ignored interplay between religion and American politics, economics, and social policy. Christianity, Judaism, Native American spirituality, and other points of religious reference will be utilized.

HIS-332 The Cold War: A Global Persp

This course examines the causes, actions, and results of a conflict between the world's superpowers that shaped the direction of global affairs for more than forty years. This course will allow the students to view the Cold War through the eyes of the United States, the Soviet Union, their allies, and many other countries that served as proxies during this period. Both the history and the international system will be emphasized.

HIS-333 The Industrial Revolution

This course traces the most explosive period of growth and change in American history. Covering the presidencies of Ulysses S. Grant through Woodrow Wilson, this course intensively examines the American metamorphosis from divided, wounded and fractious nation to industrial juggernaut and policeman of the world. Major themes include: the final days of red-white conflict, issues of black freed people, immigration, industrialization and urbanization, robber barons, labor unrest, muckrakers and

HIS-334 US Foreign Policy

This course examines the goals and consequences of American foreign policy and diplomacy from the founding of the republic to the present day. Topics include commercial and territorial expansion, America's relationships with other states and nations, World Wars I and II, the Cold War, Vietnam, U.S. imperialism, and the current conflicts over terrorism and natural resources. The perspectives of other peoples and nations will be emphasized.

HIS335 HIS335 Women in US

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HIS-337 Parties, Campaigns, & Election

Analysis of party organizations, campaigns, and presidential and congressional elections in the United States. Attention will be given to state and local party structures and activities, third-party movements, and historical patterns of voting behavior.

HIS-339 Race & Ethnicity inUS Hist

This course examines those who came or were brought to the United States through the slave trade, economic, social, and political dislocations in different parts of the world and more personal factors. Various modes of assimilation and diversity will be discussed, as will the stories of many of the different peoples who have served to create the citizenry of the United States.

HIS-340 Slavery & Freedom the Americas

This course explores the history and demise of chattel slavery in the Americas by using a global approach to examine developments and conditions of slavery and emancipation in Latin America, the Caribbean region, and the United States. By comparing slavery in the U.S. to other slave systems the class will explore whether the legacy of race relations in the Southern U.S. was exceptional or typical. Topics will include: the Atlantic slave trade, slave life and slave culture, the expansion of

HIS-341 Civil Rights Movement in U.S.

This course will explore the major campaigns, personalities, organizations, and guiding themes of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. This course will focus on the long civil rights movement; that portion of the struggle characterized by an organized mass movement(s) from World War II through the 1970s, highlighting the shift from protest to electoral politics. The class will place the civil rights movement within the context of American political, economic, and social

HIS-342 Reformation

This course traces the social, political and economic trends in Europe from 1500�1648 as they interrelate with the Reformation of the Church. Particular attention is focused upon the work of Luther, Calvin, the Anabaptists, and Loyola in order to illustrate the many facets of religious reform in this era.

HIS-351 Themes in US History

This course will explore a specific topic or topics selected by the instructor, and will expand the student's understanding and appreciation of the history and historiography of the given subjects(s). (Pre-Req. waiver can be signed by professor.)

HIS353 HIS353 Themes in European History

This course will explore a specific topic or topics selected by the instructor, and will expand the student's understanding and appreciation of the history and historiography of the given subjects(s). (Pre-Req. waiver can be signed by professor).

HIS-355 Themes in World History

This course will explore a specific topic or topics selected by the instructor, and will expand the student's understanding and appreciation of the history and historiography of the given subjects(s). (Pre-Req waiver can be signed by professor).

HIS-357 History on Film

This course will utilize films to examine and analyze various historical topics, eras, and subjects. Students will speculate and consider how films from the past and the present have judged and interpreted history. The thematic focus for this course will vary.

HIS-362 Mexican History

This course looks at the structures, forces and individuals that have shaped the history of Mexico. Beginning with pre-Columbian civilizations and the conquest, the course then covers the colonial period, independence in 1821, 19th century liberal modernization and the Revolution (1910�20) before concluding with an assessment of contemporary Mexico. Relations with the United States receive special emphasis.

HIS-367 Women's History

An analysis of the social, political, and economic role of women in America and around the world. This course will cover both the history of women as well as contemporary issues concerning gender and equality. Global issues and themes will be accentuated.

HIS-372 The Second World War

The Second World War seen from economic, social, military and political points of view; other topics include the causes of the war and the various post-war problems. European or American perspective depending on the instructor. No prerequisites.

HIS-382 Hitler's Germany

From the unification of Germany in 1871 to the reunification in 1990, stressing the origins and consequences of the National Socialist period, 1933-45. Topics include Bismarck and his political legacy and the divergent paths taken by the two German states in the midst of the East-West conflict after 1945. Emphasis is placed on understanding Germany's role in a larger European context.

HIS383 HIS383 Modern France

The political, social, and economic history of France from Napoleon to the Fifth Republic, stressing the impact of revolution, industrialization, and war on French society in the 19th and 20th centuries. Emphasis is placed on understanding France�s role in a larger European context.

HIS-385 Britain since 1688

Beginning with the Glorious Revolution of 1688, this course explores themes such as the rise of Britain to a world power in the eighteenth century, the impact of the Industrial Revolution and imperialism, the Victorian world view, two world wars and the Thatcher Revolution of the 1980s. Emphasis is placed on understanding Britain's role in a larger European and world context.

HIS-389 The Holocaust

This course will introduce students to the history of the Holocaust and to individuals who embodied those issues. We will examine the historical development of anti-Semitism, German political and cultural history of the 19th and 20th centuries and the actions taken against Jews that culminated in the attempted implementation of a final solution to the Jewish question. Course will consist of lectures, readings and discussion, with occasional guest speakers and films.

HIS-390 Vietnam War

This course examines, from historical and political perspectives, the Vietnam War era. While an emphasis will be placed on America's role in the conflict; international geopolitical factors will also be investigated. Other topics might include the development of Vietnamese nationalism, the Cold War, French colonialism, Washington's initial commitment to Vietnam, the increase in American involvement from 1954-1965, the Gulf of Tonkin, the failure of military strategy, antiwar protests, the war's

HIS391 HIS391 Modern Japan Since 1853

This course traces the dramatic social, political, economic, cultural, military, and other changes in Japan, beginning with Japan�s first contacts with the west in the nineteenth century. Japan�s 1868 revolution against the shogun, establishment of an authoritarian oligarchy, wars with China and Russia, creation of an empire, social and political struggles, wars in China, confrontation with and loss to America, rebuilding, and economic emergence will be discussed. Student participation is

HIS-393 Modern China, 1911-present

This course will study the effects of Western colonialism, the Sino-Japanese War, and World War I on China, and trace the development of the modern Chinese state, including the formation of the People�s Republic of China and Taiwan. Empahsis will also be placed on China�s relations with other countries around the world, as well as its treatment of ethnic minorities within its own borders.

HIS-401 Research & Writing in History

This serves as the research and writing capstone course for History majors and minors. After reading other scholars' ideas and interpretations in various classes, students will now have the opportunity to research, analyze, and write their own original work of scholarship. Students will do original research projects using primary source materials (newspapers, oral history interviews, government documents, letters, diaries, etc.), rather than scholarly articles or books. Student can select their

HIS-403 Intro. to Professional Studies

History, Political Science, and pre-law students will be introduced to and given opportunities to tour and work in a variety of professional settings: archives, museums, professional record-keeping centers, law offices, etc. Students may use this class to select, an internship site or think more broadly about vocational opportunities in the discipline.

HIS434 HIS434 1960s in America: 1954 - 1975

This course studies the many strains of change and revolution in American life from 1954 to 1975. Topics include: Civil Rights, Cold War, presidential politics, foreign policy, Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, literature and drama, counterculture and alternative lifestyles, women�s rights and feminism, �Middle America�s Sixties,� black power, and the space race. Student participation is emphasized.

HIS436 HIS436 Topics in US History

Selected topics will be treated using primary and historiographical materials. Students participate in the presentation, analysis and, interpretation of the topics which include: World War One and the Treaty of Versailles, the 1920s, the New Deal, World War Two diplomacy, McCarthyism, the 1960s, Vietnam, Watergate, and the Reagan Revolution.

HIS-482 French Rev & Napoleonic Era

This seminar uses scholarly and primary source materials to provide an in-depth look at one of the most influential events of the modern era: the French Revolution. Topics include the origins of the revolution, the use of terror, mob violence, and the historiography of the revolution. Student participation is emphasized.

HIS484 HIS484 Russian Revolution, 1917-1938

This seminar uses scholarly and primary source materials to explore one of the most influential events of the modern era: the Russian Revolution. Topics include the origins of 1917, the role of personalities (Lenin, Trotsky, Kerensky, Stalin), and differing interpretations of the revolution. Student participation is emphasized.

HIS486 HIS486 Topics in European History

Selected topics will be treated using primary and historiographical materials. Students participate in the presentation, analysis and interpretation of the topics which include: the origins and consequences of World War One and the Revolutions of 1989. Student participation is emphasized.

HIS-487 Readings Seminar:Tpcs in Hist.

Readings/Research Seminar in History covering various, selected topics. This course will emphasize the use of scholarly and primary source materials; historiography and interpretation, archival research, and student participation. Recent readings-seminar topics include: America in the 1960s; the French Revolution and Napoleon, Minnesota History, and the Russian Revolution.

HIS-488 Independent Study

Independent study provides a more flexible educational experience for the student as well as college credit for work done outside the conventional classroom setting. These courses are generally designed and supervised by a faculty member. Students are responsible for completing an application form that specifies course goals, objectives, projected outcomes, learning strategies, and evaluation procedures. The student's advisor, course instructor, department chair, and the dean must approve

HIS-498 History Internship

Students participate in internships in state and local government agencies, archives, museums, and related fields of interest under supervision of staff members of the department of history.

HIS499 HIS499 Readings

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HIS600 HIS600 Public History: Proj Interact

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HIS610 HIS610 History of Taiwan

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HIS615 HIS615 Research Family History

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HLC100 HLC100 Intro to Herbal Healing System

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HLC105 HLC105 Herbalism II

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HLC110 HLC110 Herbal Help Nervous & Digest

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HLC115 HLC115 Herbalism IV

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HLC120 HLC120 Herbal Help Immune & Endocrine

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HLTH100 HLTH100 CPR

This class teaches the skills of adult, child and infant CPR, as well as relief of foreign body airway obstruction for the responsive victims. This course is designed for the general community as well as lay rescuers who require a credential. With successful completion of a written exam and skills demonstration, an American Red Cross completion card (credential) is provided.

HLTH105 HLTH105 Heartsaver AED

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HLTH15X HLTH15X Foundations of Recreation

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HLTH-20 Women's Hlth:Today & Future

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HLTH20X HLTH20X History & Philosophy of Sport

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HLTH25X HLTH25X Women's Health: Today & Future

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HMG-101 Intro to Hmong Studies

Through a combination of lectures, reading and research, students will gain a better understanding of the Hmong community and the area of Hmong studies through the work of Hmong scholars and researchers from around the world.

HMG-110 Introduction to Hmong History

This course will examine the rich history of the Hmong people in China, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and America and the various roles that the Hmong have had on these nations. The class will also look at the various challenges and opportunities that the Hmong faced in these countries.

HMG-201 Hmong Culture and Society

Through a combination of lectures and field work experiences, students will gain a better understand of the Hmong community here and throughout the world as they deal with changes relating to globalization and acculturation.

HMG-202 Hmong Literature and Art

In this course, students will explore the various literatures (folk as well as modern) and art forms that have been in use by the Hmong for over 4,000 years. A combination of field experiences/observations, and readings as well class discussion will be used.

HMG-254 People & Culture SE Asia

This course explores the people and culture of countries in Southeast Asia including Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. These Southeast Asia countries known for their ancient culture, increasing modernization and breathtaking beauty, provide a rich setting for interdisciplinary learning. This course is designed to introduce students to the region's history and culture. Students will learn about language, literature, history, religion, economics, politics, education, arts and other aspects of

HMG-255 People and Culture of China

China, known for its ancient culture, increasing modernization and breathtaking beauty, provides a rich setting for interdisciplinary learning. This course is designed to introduce students to the people and culture of China. Students will learn about the Chinese language, literature, history, religion, economics, politics, education, arts and other aspects of Chinese culture. Students will receive an orientation and become acquainted with the course objectives prior to the course. Classroom

HMG-301 Hmong Cosmology and Belief

This class will explore all the aspects of Hmong beliefs and the different forms of religions that are practiced by the Hmong throughout the world. Students will learn from books/assigned readings, lectures, class interaction and field work/observation.

HMG-327 Reading and Writing for Hmong

Students enrolled in the class will gain general understanding of the origin of the Hmong language and also be able to read and write basic Hmong.

HMG-328 Reading & Wrtng for Hmong-Intm

With regular interactive group activities, students will enhance their Hmong through a series of reading and writing Hmong short stories, poems, proverbs as well as key activities surrounding family and social events.

HON-110 Perspectives, Approaches, Gosp

Using primary texts and artifacts set in their historical/cultural contexts students examine the ways in which peoples of the west, east, and south have apprehended their world, humanity, and God over time. Sciences, arts, and the religious texts of Christianity will serve to challenge students to develop a world view that integrates faith and learning.

HON-120 Hearing Their Voices:Globalism

Students explore the needs of the world through the eyes of the poor and the marginalized. Students assess global conditions of population, health, economic development, ecology, and political expression in view of human responsibility for creation and the Biblical concern for the poor. Students analyze theoretical and practical approaches to addressing global inequities and needs.

HON-210 Being Human & Christian in Wrl

Students explore their values and beliefs in view of the needs of the less fortunate and the impact of human life on the planet. Particular attention is paid to the role of technology in contemporary life. Students explore Christian concepts of vocation and service.

HON-220 Scholarship & Service

Students develop and practice models of learning and service on behalf of others and the world. Students integrate their chosen discipline and their Christianity in their Honors Projects.

HON-410 Building for Eternity

During their senior year, honors students reconvene to explore again the integration of faith and learning for the sake of others and the world. Through a final project in their chosen discipline, students set a course for on-going learning and service in the context of the Christian gospel.

HRG-500 HR Leadership & Ethics Available online

This course examines the full scope of human resources activities. It covers a broad list of key Human Resources competencies including strategic management, teaming, problem solving, conflict management, and creativity. This course will also focus on understanding the value and connection between morality, ethics, and values as they relate to the role of Human Resources leadership in our capital system.

HRG-510 Strategic HR and Measurement Available online

This course examines the role of the Human Resources leader in the development of vision, mission, values, and coherent strategic plans. Students will diagnose their strategic abilities and develop a plan for increasing their personal and team strategic capabilities. Students also will explore the importance of developing a global talent management and metric driven mindset.

HRG-520 Recruitment, Selection & Ret Available online

This course will explore the full spectrum of the talent acquisition process with a focus on making an effective business case for implementing talent acquisition strategies. The course also will cover testing methods, applicant assessment, and employment engagement methods and the laws and regulations impacting staffing in organizations.

HRG-530 Compensation and Benefits Available online

This course explores employee performance methods, pay and reward systems, employee benefits programs, and total compensation systems. The focal point of the course is on designing pay structures that support organization values and strategic objectives. Topics include the strategic role total compensation plays in organizations, the dynamics of alternative pay systems, sales compensation, executive compensation systems, and employee benefits.

HRG-540 Org Dev for HR Professionals Available online

This course will help Human Resources leaders understand organization development from a leadership and HR perspective. Students will build their capacity to facilitate complex change initiatives using change theories, models, and concepts. Students will demonstrate an understanding of how a complex business environment is driving the need for continuous change.

HRG-550 HR Research Methods and Design Available online

This course provides concentrated learning in action research methodology. The course provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, analysis, intervention selection, and evaluation. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of organizational research are introduced. Students will complete the first phase of their final capstone paper during this course.

HRG-560 Finance for HR Leaders Available online

This course will focus on developing Human Resources business acumen as well as a quantitative mindset. Moreover, the practical aspects of strategic and operational roles of accounting and finance are explored. In addition, applications for forecasting, budgeting, financial performance, and fiscal and ethical responsibilities in a global context will be explored.

HRG-570 H R Legal Environment Available online

This course covers legal employment issues that Human Resources leaders face in operating organizations in today�s complex environment. Students will study the foundations of the United States legal system, the public and international environment, the private environment, and the regulatory environment as it relates to the role of Human Resources practitioner.

HRG-580 HR Action Research at Work Available online

This course will offer students an opportunity to leverage their learning from the entire curriculum and demonstrate their competence in Human Resources problem-solving and leading change. Students will select a topic related to Human Resources leadership. Furthermore, they will use an action research framework and create a high impact deliverable for increasing organization effectiveness.

HRG590 HRG590 HR Legal Environment

This course covers legal employment issues that HR leaders face in operating organizations in today�s complex environment. The ubiquitous nature of our legal environment necessitates that leaders are able to recognize legal issues, understand the policy reasons behind the law, and effectively comply with governmental regulation. Students will study the foundations of the U.S. legal system, the public and international environment, the private environment, and the regulatory environment as it

HRG600 HRG600 Strategic HR Leadership

This course examines the role of the HR leader in the development of vision, mission, values, and coherent strategic plans. Students will be able to develop short and long-term HR goals that improve operational effectiveness and strategically position the overall organization for the future. Students will diagnose their strategic abilities and develop a plan for increasing personal and team strategic capabilities. The course examines the systemic interrelationships among the topics introduced

HRG610 HRG610 HR Action Research at Work

This course will offer students an opportunity to leverage their learning from the entire curriculum and demonstrate their competence in HR problem-solving and leading change. Students will select a topic related to HR leadership and will use an action research framework to create a high impact deliverable for increasing organization effectiveness. Students are expected to leverage their learning from the entire program when preparing their final project.

HRM-200 Employment Law

Human Resources Management requires operations to be fully compliant with both state and federal statutes that govern all aspects of employment, beginning with recruitment and hiring through termination. This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the legal framework impacting human resources practices, and an introduction to applying those principles to practical situations.

HRM-201 Contemporary Issues HR Mgmt

This course provides a foundation in management practices, general employment practices, staffing, human resource development, compensation and benefits, employee labor relations, health, safety, and security.Student enrolled in the BA Human Resources degree completion program are not eligible to take this course for credit.

HRM202 HRM202 Human Resource Management

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HRM203 HRM203 Legal Framework for HR

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HRM204 HRM204 Interviewing and Selection

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HRM205 HRM205 Mergers & Acquisitions

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HRM210 HRM210 Truth about Employee Rel

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HRM-213 Employee Recognition & Ret

The purpose of this course is to establish the value and basic principles of a well-run employee reward/recognition program within an organization. Tools and specific practices for building an effective program will be presented.

HRM215 HRM215 Employee Retention

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HRM220 HRM220 Training & Facilitation Skills

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HRM221 HRM221 Human Res Inform Systems

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HRM-300 Intro to Recruiting & Sel

This course provides an introduction to the subject of recruitment and selection of employees. It will introduce students to assessing organization needs and identifying effective recruiting strategies, including advertising, locating candidate sources,

HRM305 HRM305 Fund of Compensationn/Benefits

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HRM-306 Advanced Issues in Human Resou

The challenges many organizations face today are complex; new dimensions, such as an increasingly diverse workforce, make it more difficult to ensure HRD efforts will succeed. This course serves as a comprehensive introduction for managers, supervisors, and HR professionals who have had limited course work or experience with HRD.

HRM-310 Managing in Organizations Available online

Students will learn the underlying trends and topics of leadership and management. The class will explore the importance of effective management practice. Topics such as self-directed work teams, motivation, systems theory, quality, and leadership will be studied. Students will investigate their own strengths and areas of personal development in order to understand how best to develop their own leadership capabilities.

HRM-311 Comp Admin- Analy & Mgmt

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HRM-312 Performance Management

Provides basic knowledge to design, implement, and maintain a successful performance management system.

HRM315 HRM315 Personal Resources:Assess/Appl

Students will investigate their strengths, and areas of personal development in order to understand how best to create and develop a personal strategic plan for their future.

HRM316 HRM316 Benefits Admin- Analy & Mgmt

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HRM-320 Advanced Human Resource Mgmt Available online

The role of the human resource management function in organizations will be studied. The changing nature of work and demographic shifts will be of particular focus. Students will study all of the roles that the human resource professional plays.

HRM-321 Design Base Compensation Prog

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HRM-325 Survey & Research Methods Available online

Basic survey and research methodologies are explored in the context of human resource management. Analysis of professional research articles is studied with an emphasis on reading and understanding research. Students will learn the use of technology as a tool for HR professionals.

HRM-326 Design of Hlth & Welfare Prog

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HRM-330 Design of Leave/Time Off Prog

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HRM335 HRM335 Variable Compensation Program

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HRM-340 Human Resource Plan I

Students will develop a Human Resource Plan for a key human resource function by utilizing class learning, research, audit practices, and mentors. The Human Resource Plan will provide an analysis of the significant aspects of the human resource profession.

HRM341 HRM341 Sales & Marketing Comp Plan

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HRM-345 Compensation and Benefits

How will employees be compensated for their efforts? Salary administration, variable pay, performance management, position evaluation, and reward systems, in terms of monetary and non-monetary pay, will be investigated and evaluated. Employee benefits will also be examined.

HRM346 HRM346 Pension and Retirment Saving

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HRM-350 Legal Issues in Human Resource Available online

Every human resource professional needs to understand employment law. The historical roots of labor/management will be examined and the application of the law to the present day workplace including wrongful discharge, harassment, interviewing, selection, compensation, and benefits will be discussed and studied. Techniques such as negotiation and mediation will be practiced.

HRM351 HRM351 Organizational Devel/Training

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HRM-352 Staffing the Organization Available online

How do we find and keep good employees? Every organization in America is grappling with this issue. This course will focus on the many aspects of Talent Management. Students will study recruitment, forecasting, selection, orientation and retention.

HRM-353 Comp/Benefit Sys & Theories Available online

How will employees be compensated for their efforts? Salary administration variable pay, performance management, position evaluation, HRIS, and reward systems, in terms of monetary and non-monetary pay, will be evaluated. Employee benefits will also be examined.

HRM355 HRM355 Organiz Development & Trng

This course introduces students to concepts in organizational development and the training of employees. Students will study how to make organizations more effective, how to perform and assess organizational needs, and how to look at various options in training employees.

HRM-360 Human Resouces in Global Env

This course addresses topics in human resource management from an international, cross-cultural perspective. The focus of this program is to fully explore human resource issues in a global context.

HRM365 HRM365 Employment Law

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HRM370 HRM370 HR: Strategic Partner

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HRM-375 Managing Organizational Change

To understand the complex nature of organizational change, every individual within an organization must understand and apply various change methodologies. This workshop provides an overview of several models of change and their applicability to generic organizations.

HRM-380 PHR/SPHR Cert Prep Program

This course is for HR practitioners planning to take the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) certification examination for both the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designations. Concordia is working in coordination with Trusight, Inc to offer this learning opportunity.

HRM-410 Organizational Dev & Change Available online

This course introduces students to concepts in organizational development. Students will study change theories and how to make organizations more effective while navigating change, how to perform and assess organizational needs, and how to look at various options in training and developing employees.

HRM415 HRM415 Biblical Christianity

The question, �What is religious thought?� will be explored in the light of American culture. Students wrestle with basic questions of life, such as �What is the meaning of life?� World religions are discussed from the perspective of a Christian belief system. This course satisfies a general education requirement.

HRM-420 Employee and Labor Relations

This course will look at the range of issues dealing with employee relations. The historical roots of labor/management will be examined as well as present day paradigms for that relationship. Techniques such as negotiation and mediation will be practiced.

HRM425 HRM425 Employment Strategies

How do we find and keep good employees? Every manager in America is grappling with this issue. This course will focus on the many aspects of employment: recruitment, forecasting, selection, orientation, and retention.

HRM-435 Business & Personal Ethics Available online

This class will look at processes and strategies for dealing with ethical dilemmas and situations. Students will work on case studies and look at their own roots in developing their ethical positions. Students will wrap up this class with their own statement of ethical beliefs.

HRM-440 Human Resource Plan Available online

Students will have completed their human resource synthesis project they began months ago and will present it to their cohort.

HRM-470 Strategic Human Resources Available online

This course will examine Human Resources professionals as strategic partners with their organizational counterparts. Various cases and readings will be used to illuminate the pivotal role HR can play in influencing the direction of organizations.

HRM605 HRM605 Mergers & Acquisitions

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HRM606 HRM606 Advanced Issues in Human Resou

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HRM610 HRM610 Truth about Employee Rel

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HRM615 HRM615 Employee Retention

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HRM620 HRM620 Training & Facilitation Skills

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HRM621 HRM621 Human Res Inform Systems

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HRM660 HRM660 Human Resources in Global Env

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HS-575 Community Psychology

Community psychology emphasizes the developmental contributions that environments and communities can make to individuals using an ecological perspective. This course draws upon the insights of community psychology and applies those insights to the learner's professional practice.

HSM-310 Innovation: Trends in Hosp Ind Available online

This course will view the future of the Hospitality Industry from a number of different prerogatives including the world economy, the age of terror, tourism trends, with respect to the cruise industry, airlines, restaurants, hotels, resorts and gaming industry. this course will encourage the student to explore and embellish the future of not only the Hospitality Industry, but the world economy and appreciate this quick-paced, ever changing stage where each day is an adventure.

HSM-325 Business Ethics Available online

This course is designed to investigate the broad spectrum of personal, business and society ethical issues that managers/leaders encounter. As corporate America struggles to find its social and ethical identity in a business environment that grows increasingly complex, managers are confronted with exceedingly difficult challenges. These challenges include balancing their economic, legal, ethical, and social responsibilities to the variety of stakeholder groups in which they interact. This

HSM-340 Integrated Mrketing Comm

This course will focus on developing marketing strategy and executing diverse communication tactics that are critical for business success. The student develops specific targeted communications and campaigns to meet their strategic communication objectives and target markets while integrating elements to gain an appreciation for the promotion mix (personal selling, direct mail, advertising, public relations, electronic and personal selling, etc.) tactics. Students will create their own

HSM-345 Interactive & Mobile Marketing Available online

This course will explore the explosion of Internet marketing options to engage consumers. It is designed as an introduction to the rapidly evolving world of Interactive marketing focusing on the tools of Internet marketing. Students will explore integrating electronic methods into the marketing function. The course includes discussion of the importance of website return on investment and brand building, community development and digital marketing models. Social media strategy and mobile

HSM-400 Hospitality HR: Managing Available online

This course examines the management of the fundamental and most valuable asset in any organization � its human resources; and, it will also review the salient issues and key elements critical in building a strong and successful organization. It will review the application of human resource management practices as they apply to the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. This course will encourage students to realize the significance of human resource management (HRM) and its successful application

HSM-410 Hospitality Law & Legal Issues Available online

The student will be introduced to hospitality law, utilizing proven tools and standard operating procedures for satisfying company objectives. This course is designed to give the student a working understanding of Federal and State laws pertaining to Hospitality Industry-related entities and business operations.

HSM-420 Applied Accounting & Finance

In this course financial information is made easier to comprehend. It provides the foundation for basic principles and concepts that will make non-finance managers better equipped for service to the organization. Students will address financial assessment, budgeting and spending, global and ethical implications of financial decision-making, and financial prioritization for the present and the future. This course will provide the framework for the financials of market planning strategy

HSM-430 Marketing Innovation Available online

This course is the foundation of the marketing program. It reviews the concepts and application-oriented framework for marketing decision-making in a dynamic environment. Students explore current and emerging trends within a shifting marketplace and economic landscape. The five P's of marketing - place, price, product, promotion and people - are the center of this module. The course emphasizes environmental scanning, target customers and achieving organizational objectives through the

HSM-435 Hospitality Ind Ldrshp Strat Available online

This course will explore leadership and management in the Hospitality Industry; utilizing proven tools and exercises for creating future leaders in the Hospitality Industry and emphasizing the important role that management skills play in organizations. Leadership, people management, interpersonal skills, and the attention to quality and critical factors ensure future success. Mastering these skills permits career growth as there is no substitute for ethical leadership and management grounded

HSM-440 Hospitality Industry Bus Plan Available online

Students will create their own business plan for the Hospitality Industry-related organization of their choice. The goal of this course is to enable the student to become proficient in developing his or her own Hospitality Industry business plans.

HSV400 HSV400 Returning Student Seminar

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HSV-401 Returning Student Seminar

This seminar course covers five areas that are critical to learner success: goal-setting, library, writing, personal life balance, and computer literacy. Each of the five areas are covered briefly, and then learners choose an area to explore with an instructor. This course models the collaborative learning and the self-directedness of the program.

HSV405 HSV405 Role of the HS Provider

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HSV415 HSV415 Developmental Care Lifespan

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HSV417 HSV417 Organizational Theory

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HSV418 HSV418 Finding Information

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HSV419 HSV419 Management: School of Thought

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HSV-420 Family Systems

This course familiarizes the student with an understanding of the history, evolution, and demographics of the family. Kinship, family structures, functions, and roles are explored. Particular emphasis will be placed on the family's relationship to other systems and institutions in society.

HSV-421 Community & Family Dynamics

Understanding family and community dynamics is a basic skill required of all criminal justice professionals. This course examines the interactions of individuals in various settings in a society that continues to change the expectations of the criminal justice system. History, evolution, and demographics of family and community will be explored in relation to the criminal justice professional.

HSV422 HSV422 Information Literacy

Information today continues to grow exponentially. This course teaches students to identify issues; know and access data bases; discern what is legitimate information; manage the data, and present information in an articulate, professional manner.

HSV423 HSV423 Issues in HR Mgmt

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HSV425 HSV425 Resiliency

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HSV430 HSV430 Special Issues/population

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HSV432 HSV432 Program Assessment

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HSV433 HSV433 Project Mgmt & Assessment

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HSV435 HSV435 Systems Thinking

Given the dynamic complexity of organizations, it is vital that professionals have an understanding of how organizations and systems interact. This course provides the skills to diagnose interactions and engage in finding solutions to problems. �Systems thinking� serves as one of the threads of continuity running throughout this degree program.

HSV436 HSV436 Intro to Systems Thinking

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HSV440 HSV440 Community Psychology

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HSV445 HSV445 Class and Community

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HSV450 HSV450 Family Communication

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HSV455 HSV455 Case Management

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HSV-460 Ethics

Classical and historical ethics are explored, as well as the student's personal values system. Individuals face tough ethical decisions with increasing frequency in our society, and a framework for addressing those questions is needed. Each student will develop a system for making ethical decisions in their personal and professional life.

HSV465 HSV465 Intervention and Delivery

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HSV470 HSV470 Strategic Mgmt in HS

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HSV475 HSV475 Leadership in HSO

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HSV480 HSV480 Management Communications

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HSV483 HSV483 Intro to HS Counsel

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HSV485 HSV485 Seminar in Programming

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HSV488 HSV488 Independent Study*

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HSV-490 Portfolio and Synthesis

This final course is designed to help learners reflect on all they have done in the BA program. Through guest speakers, research study, and reflection on practice, students will synthesize all they have learned. Preparation of a professional portfolio will cap the learning experience.

HSV495 HSV495 Portfolio and Synthesis

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HSV-520 Critical Problem Solving

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HSV530 HSV530 Issues in Management

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HSV540 HSV540 Understanding Org Complexity

As one of the threads of continuity throughout this degree program, �systems thinking� provides a means to better understand and work more effectively with individuals and organizations. This course provides advanced perspectives of how to identify interactions and best select a means of responding from the position of manager and leader.

HSV541 HSV541 Understanding Org Sys

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HSV-542 First Things First: Priorities

Criminal justice professionals are affected not only by catastrophic events such as the Columbine High School shootings and the World Trade Center attacks, but by the more routine and frequent aspects of the job as well. This course examines stress from a leadership perspective, asking why and how employers should respond to mental health issues. Theory, research, and trends in employee assistance are discussed as students consider how employers can help prevent, mitigate, and respond to

HSV545 HSV545 Effective Org. Communication

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HSV-550 Leadership Theory/Develop

This course explores the issue of management and strategic planning. How can I use my own personal gifts and talents to motivate and manage? How can I market my program? How can I creatively plan for the future? These questions and others are addressed in this course.

HSV-570 Applied Ethics

Students will be introduced to models of ethical decision making, including the vocational ethics of Christianity. The emphasis is on the interplay between the historical models of ethical decision making and the problems professionals face every day.

HSV575 HSV575 Community Psychology

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HSV580 HSV580 Complex Adaptive Sys

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HSV581 HSV581 Action Research Design

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