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LAW-401 Legal Environment of Business

This course examines the administrative and common law regulation of business. Constitutional Law, Title VII and product liability are covered. Students also examine contract law and the Uniform Commercial Code provisions on sales and secured transactions. (Prerequisite: senior standing)

LAW-411 Federal Income Tax

This course studies the application of the law of federal income tax to individuals. Both procedural and substantive tax laws are examined. The policy behind the applicable code provisions is explored. Students extensively research a variety of tax problems. (Prerequisite: ACC202)

LDR15X LDR15X Building Quality Leadership

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LDR200 LDR200 Political Ldrshp & Pub Policy

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LDR-205 Motivational Management

Students will use personalized PIAV (Personal Interests, Attitudes, & Motivators) reports to learn �why� we make the decisions we make, why conflicts happen, and perhaps most importantly come to realize why diverse people view the world so differently. The overall focus is on understanding which attitudes drive your life, actions, and decisions. Students will also examine how rewards and recognition can be most effectively used when an individual�s motivators are taken into account. It's

LDR20X LDR20X Leaders and Their Stories

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LDR-210 Behavior Profiles in Leadershi

This class discusses the language of personal style - how people do what they do. The DISC report a personality profile is the core piece of this class as participants learn more about their own behaviors and then the how to adapt to others piece. Students will be introduced to the different styles of communication and be able to apply the concepts to their individual situations.

LDR21X LDR21X Mgmt Mistakes: Decision

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LDR-220 Leadership Process

Leadership is often incorrectly interpreted as a position within an organization. This course provides a tremendous source of theoridical concepts and examples to improve leadership behaviors.

LDR22X LDR22X The Leadership Process

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LDR-230 Synergistic Leadership

Leadership begins with understanding the behavior and motivations of others. To do so, one must go beyond the surface advice of popular business books and review the psychology of individual behavior. This course, examines the writings of Abraham Maslow and the way in which successful leaders have utilized his concepts to create a workplace where the individual and the organization can strive for their best performance.

LDR23X LDR23X Synergistic Ldrshp: Hum Behav

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LDR-240 Bldg Emotional Intelligence

Why are those with the highest IQs not necessarily the most successful in their personal and business lives? The latest research into factors that distinguish successful individuals tends to show that �EQ� or Emotional Intelligence is the more significant factor. This applies both to personal success and to bottom-line company performance of companies whose leaders have high �EQ.� This is something we recognize intuitively�the people we like to work with are those who both understand and

LDR24X LDR24X Bldg Emot Intelligence/Ldrshp

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LDR-250 Leadership for Child Care Prof

Concepts that are presented in this course will provide the leader with tools to develop best leadership practices that support an effective and motivated staff.

LDR25X LDR25X Women in Leadership

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LDR-260 Intro to Personal Coaching

This course explores personal life coaching while discussing the distinctions between coaching, mentoring, and counseling. An introduction to coaching concepts and skills is discussed while exploring the many coaching �niches.� Students apply coaching concepts to personal and organizational situations.

LDR26X LDR26X Intro to Personal Coaching

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LDR-270 High Performance Coaching

As a manager, your most important job is to develop the people under you. You must help them develop skills, build emotional intelligence, overcome personal blocks, and navigate organizational landmines. You are the coach that can ensure their success. In this workshop, participants learn effective tools for coaching, techniques on how to give effective feedback, and how to avoid pitfalls in coaching.

LDR27X LDR27X Leadership in Recreation

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LDR-280 Servant Leader as Ldrshp Style

This class discusses the leadership styles formulated by Robert Greenleaf, called Servant Leadership. It discusses an organizational overview of the servant leadership as applied to organizations and the basic values and attributes of servant leadership.

LDR28X LDR28X Servant Ldrshp: Everyone

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LDR305 LDR305 Building Leadership Capacity

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LDR-307 Leadership Ethics

Is it possible to lead without ethics? Is there a lesson to be learned from the Enrons and World Coms we have heard so much about? This course focuses on leadership ethics � what, how, and why. Learn about and test your own ethical values � apply your ethics to current cases from the business world. Learn the impact of ethical leaderships on others, and the cost of unethical leadership. Learn to let your ethics be your rudder in life.

LDR310 LDR310 Leadership Communication

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LDR-312 Topics in Leadership

To achieve a true understanding of leadership, it is necessary to look back at how the various theories of leadership and management have developed, changed, and coincided with the needs of the workplace at the time they were popular. This course explores the development of leadership theory as a means of understanding the current concepts. Application of various theories are also examined.

LDR-313 Supervisory Leadership Tools

Every leader can benefit from improved supervisory skills. This course focuses on some of the basic skills necessary to be an effective manager or supervisory. Effective communication will be applied to the topics of facilitating teams, delegation, and how to coach employees at different performance levels. Students will apply these concepts to personal and organizational situations.

LDR315 LDR315 Leadership Thry and Practice

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LDR488 LDR488 Leadership Independent Study

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LDR535 LDR535 Pers Development/Leadership

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LDR540 LDR540 Leadership Development CJ

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LDR550 LDR550 Leadership

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LDR-551 Strategic Leadership

Effective leaders understand and leverage their leadership strengths to positively influence people and, in turn, an organization�s success. This course will focus on learning your personal leadership style, how to positively impact others, and how to continue to grow and develop as a leader to bring out the best in yourself and others. Acknowledging the frequent challenge to �run government like business,� students will learn the strategies of successful private sector and government leaders.

LDR560 LDR560 Organizational Change

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LDR600 LDR600 Political Ldrshp & Pub Policy

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LDR670 LDR670 High Performance Coaching

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LECE200 LECE200 Police/Preparing to Lead

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LECE201 LECE201 Tactical Mindset Women LE Prof

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LECE202 LECE202 Street Ldrshp Woman LE Prof

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LECE203 LECE203 Leadrshp: Criminal Justice Way

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LECE204 LECE204 Coach & Mentoring Crim Justice

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LECE205 LECE205 Life Mgmt Women Law Enf Prof

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LECE206 LECE206 Women Prof in Law Enforcement

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LECE207 LECE207 Code of Conduct Women LE Prof

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LECE-30 Intro to Criminal Justice

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LECE300 LECE300X Intro to Criminal Justice

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LECE305 LECE305 Dealing w/Home & Work Stress

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LECE310 LECE310 Crime Prevention Techniques

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LECE312 LECE312 Dealing w/Vulnerable Adults

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LECE315 LECE315 Techniques Interviewing Chldrn

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LECE320 LECE320 Off-Duty Encounters

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LECE322 LECE322 Street Assaults

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LECE325 LECE325 Codes & Statutes

This course covers the elements and effects of the Minnesota Criminal Code. Students study basic procedural law; crimes against persons, creimes against property, juvenile law, traffic law, and laws relating to domestic violence. Pertinent court cases are discussed in relation to each topic.

LECE325 LECE325X Codes & Statutes

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LECE327 LECE327 Clandestine Drug Lab Recog

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LECE-33 Juvenile Justice

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LECE330 LECE330X Juvenile Justice System

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LECE333 LECE333 Identity Theft/Computer Crime

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LECE335 LECE335 Community Oriented Policing

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LECE335 LECE335X Community Oriented Policing

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LECE337 LECE337 Dealing with Death and Dying

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LECE-34 Criminal Investigation

This is a course on criminal investigation. The student will learn how a criminal thinks. The student will learn how to systematically investigate a crime, and what solves cases. Students will also learn how to develop a psychological profile based on reading the crime scene. The student will earn how to investigate the crimes of homicide, serial murder, robbery, terrorism, sex crimes, and gangs.

LECE343 LECE343 Violent Crimes Profiles

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LECE345 LECE345 Families in Crisis

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LECE345 LECE345X Families In Crisis

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LECE347 LECE347 Gang Response

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LECE-35 Constitutional Law

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LECE350 LECE350X Constitutional Law/Law Enforce

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LECE352 LECE352 Preventing Racial Profiling

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LECE355 LECE355 Patrol Operation

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LECE357 LECE357 FTO Program Development

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LECE360 LECE360 Politics, Power & Leadership

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LECE362 LECE362 Suicide By Cop

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LECE365 LECE365 Ethics in Law Enf Ldrshp

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LECE367 LECE367 Rapid Response for Law En

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LECE370 LECE370 Comm in Police Supervision

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LECE373 LECE373 Raves and Ravers

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LECE375 LECE375 Managing the Work Force

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LECE377 LECE377 Intro Crisis Negotiations/LE

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LECE380 LECE380 Suicide & Death Scene Inv

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LECE382 LECE382 InterviewTech in Sex Crimes

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LECE385 LECE385 Deviant Behavior & Criminal

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LECE387 LECE387 Criminal Investigation Techniq

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LECE390 LECE390 Managing Generations in Law En

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LECE392 LECE392 Dealing With the Media

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LECE395 LECE395 Homeland Securiyt and Law Enfo

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LECE397 LECE397 Mental Hlth/Police & Families

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LECE630 LECE630 Juvenile Justice

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LECE630 LECE630X Criminal Justice System

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LECE640 LECE640 Criminal Investigation

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LECE645 LECE645 Families in Crisis

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LECE645 LECE645X Families In Crisis

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LECE650 LECE650 Constitutional Law

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LIT-150 Humor & War in Lit:

Kurt Vonnegut, who died in April 2007, was a prisoner of war in WWII; he survived the infamous firebombing of Dresden, in which more than 100,000 civilians were killed by Allied troops. Slaughterhouse-Five, a classic in American and anti-war literature, was inspired by that experience. Far from being a strict factual recounting of this event, this novel exhibits great amounts of humor, as well as time travel and little green aliens. We will explore this strange and darkly funny book by

LIT17X LIT17X Introduction to Literature

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LIT-215 Literary Depictions of France

This course is designed as an academic component supporting the Continuing Studies study trip to France. Prior and during the trip to France students will gain an understanding of French culture and history through lituerature and various readings.

LIT-250 Rdngs in Contemporay Fiction

Students will discuss the themes, style, character, symbolism and images in contemporary novels.

LIT-255 Flash Fiction: Rdg,Wrtg,Publ

Flash Fiction has many names: Sudden Fiction, Flash Fiction, The Short-Short, The Prose Poem and Micro Fiction. While there is no agreed upon definition of what constitutes a work of Flash Fiction, everyone agrees that it's short. Sometimes they are as long as 1000 words, and sometimes they are much smaller. Ernest Hemmingway wrote one that was only 6 words long (For sale: Baby shoes, never worn). In this course, we will read, write and learn how to publish Flash Fiction.

LIT-256 Comedy Writing

Comedy Writing is difficult. Many think that funny people can automatically write funny. This is not true. Just like every other artistic medium, comedy writing is a craft. Students will learn how to apply this craft to various mediums.

LIT-257 Reading & Wrtg Narrative Poem

The narrative poem is the oldest form of poetry. This, though, doesn�t mean it�s stuffy. Contemporary narrative poetry is hip and edgy. This course will examine contemporary narrative poetry. Students will also learn how to write the narrative poem.

LIT260 LIT260 Literary Adaptations:

This course will examine the literary transformations of books to stage and film.

LIT-300 Understanding Plagiarism

This class will help you to avoid plagiarism in an academic context, while also discussing grey areas of plagiarism, including sampling in hip hop and avant garde writing and standards in different academic and professional fields. You will have fun writing and plagiarizing while also learning what is expected from your instructors and developing your own personal philosophy about when and whether plagiarism is acceptable.

LMC100 LMC100 God's Mission and our Church

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LMC101 LMC101 Become Great Commsn Congrtn

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LMC102 LMC102 Can Reach World at Doorstep?

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LMC103 LMC103 Leadershp Dev & Spiritl Format

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LMC104 LMC104 Christ School:Mission Outpost

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LMC105 LMC105 Intro to Microsoft Access

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LMC200 LMC200 Day's Journey First Article

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LMC273 LMC273 Christian Leadership Seminar

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LMC600 LMC600 Day's Journey First Article

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LSC100 LSC100 Beginning Skiing

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LSC101 LSC101 Intermediate Skiing

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LSC102 LSC102 Buying a New House

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LSC103 LSC103 Hiring A General Contractor

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LSC104 LSC104 American Sign Lang: Level 1

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LSC105 LSC105 Personal & Acad Effectiveness

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LSC106 LSC106 American Sign Lang: Level 2

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LSC-107 History of Photography

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LSC109 LSC109 Disney Keys to Excellence

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LSC110 LSC110 Fundamentals of Sailing

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LSC-111 Basics of Golf I

This course is a one-day, hands-on workshop that will introduce beginning golfers to the rules and etiquette of golf. Participants will receive instruction in the fundamentals of chipping and putting�key elements to successful golf. Time will also be set aside for instruction in other golf fundamentals. Students will need to provide their own golf equipment. Instruction will be at a local golf facility.

LSC-112 Basics of Golf II

This course provides a one-day, hands-on workshop of continued instruction to help students perfect basic skills and better their golf game. Students will need to provide their own golf equipment. Instruction will be at a local golf facility.

LSC113 LSC113 Prepared for Any Event:

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LSC114 LSC114 Grassroots & Groundworks Conf

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LSC115 LSC115 New Horizons in Disc Thinking

One of the central precepts of the management classic � Good to Great� by Jim Collins is disciplined thought. Companies need disciplined thought in order to create disciplined action. But how does one create disciplined thought? These seminars help management teams engage in discussions about disciplined thought. Management teams will learn new thinking skills. In these interactive seminars, teams of managers will work on real issues with new concepts. In addition, the process of learning

LSC-116 Women's Awareness Skills

This is an entry level course that is appropriate for any woman that wishes to learn how to be aware and understand how to better protect herself in everyday life. The course goal is to prepare women to avoid/deal with a wide range of attacks that could happen to anyone. Concepts learned will include: awareness education, mindset development, and techniques for physical defense.

LSC-117 Nutrition and Wellness:

Learn natural ways to help cope with stressors. What foods and nutritionals will help calm the brain and increase memory retention. We will discuss the typical �American Diet', expose hidden dangers and provide healthier alternatives.

LSC-118 Nutritional Wellness: Stress

Learn natural ways to help cope with stressors. What foods and nutritionals will help calm the brain and increase memory retention. We will discuss the typical `American Diet', expose hidden dangers and provide healthier alternatives.

LSC119 LSC119 Train Your Brain

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LSC120 LSC120 Home Maintenance (Women)

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LSC121 LSC121 Reflective Learning

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LSC-122 Mentoring

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LSC123 LSC123 Career Connections Symposium

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LSC124 LSC124 Career Connections Event

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LSC125 LSC125 Fostering Your Creative Self

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LSC-126 Networking-What is it?

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LSC-127 The Hiring Process

This course will focus on identifying the key elements/attributes that employers are seeking during their interview process. During this highly interactive program, you will have the opportunity to learn how to better prepare yourself for interviews; how to distinguish yourself from the competition; what to include in your resume; and how to most effectively follow-up after the interview. Emphasis will be placed on defining your �ideal� job criteria, researching potential companies that meet

LSC128 LSC128 Effective Marketable Resumes

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LSC-129 Travel to Mexico

This course is a global travel learning experience.

LSC-130 Historic Architecture St. Paul

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LSC-131 Introduction to Ceramics

Students will be introduced to basic hand building techniques in forming clay objects. As well, students will learn to Design a tile, hand-carve a plaster tile press-mold, and produce multiple tiles from their mold. Students will be introduced to basic underglazing and glazing and will produce finished ceramic work, including tiles. 12 hours (minimum) will be required outside of class to complete assigned projects. Weekday afternoon/evening clay studio access for required individual projects.

LSC132 LSC132 Preparing for School Crisis

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LSC133 LSC133 How To Walk Through Grief

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LSC-134 Land of Luther & Bach-Germany

The trip will include Wittenberg, Leipzig, Erfurt, Eisenach, Dressden and Prague and a study of life and times of Martin Luther.

LSC135 LSC135 Life: Signal Your Intention

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LSC136 LSC136 Latino Families

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LSC137 LSC137 Immigrant Families in Minn

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LSC138 LSC138 New World of Work - Create

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LSC140 LSC140 Preserving Prof Boundaries

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LSC-141 History of Rock & Roll to 1970

This course takes up the history of Rock from the beginning and will examine its history from its clear pre-origins in the 19th Century, through the first great maturation of Rock music around 1970; the era in which this music transformed from an artifact of youth culture into an art form, and beyond.

LSC-142 Hist Rock & Roll: 1970 - Pres

This course takes up the history of Rock toward the end of what most historians consider its Golden Age. From the emergence of �progressive� Rock in the early `70s, we will trace the course of Rock and related styles to the present day, considering �arena� Rock, punk, new wave, heavy metal, rap, grunge, and a range of �alternative� styles.

LSC-143 Informational Interview

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LSC-144 Job Shadowing

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LSC-146 Creative Ldership: Comic books

The course is intended to show the relationship between effective leadership qualities and comparing it to characteristics of leaders in comic books. Part of being an effective leader is how to be creative. The course focuses on how to see peoples� skill

LSC-147 Fund of Public Relations

Public relations is an effective marketing tactic for any organization. In this course you will learn the basics about public relations and how to design a public relations program. Content in this course includes identifying audiences, creating key messages, developing a media contact list, writing press releases, using wire services and more.

LSC-148 Business Etiquette

Business etiquette can play a large role in career success. This course will cover basics of networking and etiquette that will help you feel more comfortable in social and work situations. Content in this course includes networking guidelines, written communications, oral communications, manners, meals and more. This class also includes a luncheon event on campus where you can practice your new-found skills.

LSC150 LSC150 Bridging Generational Comm Gap

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LSC151 LSC151 Increasing Sales/Personal

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LSC152 LSC152 Covering Your Assets:

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LSC153 LSC153 Fear Factor:Drive to Success

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LSC154 LSC154 Environmental Wellness:

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LSC155 LSC155 Pricing ABC's & 123's

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LSC156 LSC156 Goal Setting with Success

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LSC157 LSC157 Out of the Box: Promoting Bus

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LSC-158 Politics and Social Justice:

Documentary films are powerful social tools which often reflect both the current state of affairs in a country as well as struggles for change in the future. In this course, we will look at the history of documentary and how this medium addresses various social justice issues, both from the past as well as the present, and how documentaries capture political tides of resistance and change.

LSC-159 The Inner Review

In this reflective course students will evaluate their strengths as a learner; define priorities and goals when choosing a career; and gain a greater understanding of memory.

LSC200 LSC200 Inividual for Political Chng

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LSC201 LSC201 Adventures in Watercolor

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LSC202 LSC202 Old Testament Survey

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LSC-203 Constructing Life Exp Essays

This course teaches students how to construct Life Experience Essays, essays that demonstrate significant real-life learning at a college-equivalent level and may earn college course credit. This course emphasizes understanding and use of the Kolb Model of Experiential Learning. Students will complete guided practice activities utilizing each of the four stages of the Kolb Model. Students will also learn how to identify significant learning experiences, categorize their life experience within

LSC204 LSC204 Dracula & Art of Adaptation

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LSC205 LSC205 Women in Business Symposium

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LSC-206 Career Evaluation

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LSC-207 American Movies: Musical Genre

This course provides an introduction to Hollywood musical genres, from the Universal Studios, MGM and Paramount. During two class sessions, students will watch two movies. Classroom discussion and supplemental reading will help students understand the evolution of the musical and are related to other films and to their historical and cultural contexts.

LSC208 LSC208 Church History in Plain Lang

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LSC210 LSC210 Innovation

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LSC211 LSC211 Intro to Music Business

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LSC212 LSC212 Homeschooling Your Child

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LSC215 LSC215 Politics of Water

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LSC216 LSC216 Politics of Food

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LSC217 LSC217 Intro to Personal Coaching

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LSC-219 Electronic Money Management

This course is designed to help participants with the practical applications of electronic money management. Topics include e-credit cards, digital signatures, electronic banking and billing, electronic payment, identity theft, counterfeit risks and consumer safety practices.

LSC220 LSC220 African-American Arts Apprec

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LSC221 LSC221 Dynamic Communication

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LSC222 LSC222 Negoitiation for Success

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LSC223 LSC223 Sing Your Praises: Self Prom

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LSC224 LSC224 Presentation Skills/Boost Bus

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LSC225 LSC225 The Female Advantage

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LSC226 LSC226 It's 2am. Do You Know

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LSC227 LSC227 Build Alliances to Create Busi

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LSC228 LSC228 Success Strategies Symposium

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LSC-229 Perspectives on Pers Dev

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LSC230 LSC230 African-American Art History

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LSC231 LSC231 Promotion Ideas/Small Budget

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LSC232 LSC232 Heart & Soul of Bus Symposium

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LSC233 LSC233 Futuristic Trends

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LSC235 LSC235 Personal & Academic Assessment

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LSC240 LSC240 Midwestern African-Amer Artist

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LSC-241 Families in Film

This course will explore concepts of family and family dynamics in film. By using examples from modern day cinema, family issues including chemical dependency, grief and loss, end of life issues, multicultural families, and blended families will be examined in depth. Learning will be based on family theoretical frameworks including family systems theory, family development theory, feminist theory and social constructionism with a focus on multicultural families. Concepts such as boundaries,

LSC-244 Preschool Fitness

Beneficial exercise for young children covers so much more than gross motor skills. This course will detail the need for physical education at the preschool level. Learn how teaching healthy lifestyle habits through physical activity in children ages 3-5 can impact all aspects of development. Current health issues facing children will be discussed along with mental, behavioral, cognitive and social ramifications of inactivity. Current dietary habits will also be covered along with promoting

LSC250 LSC250 Tchg in Multiling Preschool

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LSC-255 American Movies:Crime Genre

This course provides an introduction to �film noir� � dark, stylish movies about detectives uncovering corruption or criminals trying to get away with murder. During two class sessions, students will watch two movies. Discussions and supplemental reading will help students understand how these books and movies are related to their historical periods and to other cinematic genres.

LSC-256 Amer Movies:Comedy Genre

This course provides an introduction to a special type of Hollywood romantic screwball comedies in which opposites attract and at least one of the lovers is an unconventional or eccentric person. During two class sessions, students will watch two movies. Discussions and supplemental reading will help students understand how these books and movies are related to their historical periods and to other cinematic genres.

LSC-257 American Movies: Horror Genre

This course provides an introduction to Hollywood horror films, from Universal Studios productions of the 1930s to the slasher flicks of the 1980s, with special emphasis on the evolution of the vampire genre. During two class sessions, students will watch two movies. Classroom discussion and supplemental reading will help students understand how these movies are related to its historical periods and to other types of film and fiction.

LSC258 LSC258 Effective Presentation Skills

This workshop presented in two Saturday sessions two weeks apart, is designed to give the participants the confidence and the practical skills needed to train or teach others. This seminar gives you insight into the theories and practices of adult learning and discussion and presentation techniques. Whether you've been training for awhile or never stepped into a classroom before this workshop will show you how to feel confident, engage your audience and leave your trainees praising you as a

LSC260 LSC260 Film Theory

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LSC261 LSC261 Futurism:Science of the Future

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LSC262 LSC262 Theatre Behind the Scenes

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LSC263 LSC263 Shakespeare as You Like it

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LSC264 LSC264 Planning for Life:Symposium

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LSC-265 Innovation:A Methodical Review

Futurism is the methodical study of the future. The participants of this course examine differing views of the future, both optimistic and pessimistic, and learn how to systematically study the trends and patterns leading to the future.

LSC266 LSC266 A Taste of Ireland

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LSC-267 Peer Group Facilitation Traing

In this course students learn the skills, techniques, and attitudes that will enable them to facilitate, and/or support information groups, teams, or work groups. Students also learn effective techniques for delivering information, facilitating problem solving, and decision-making.

LSC-268 Exploring World/Global Studies

This course on global study provides participants the opportunity to explore different countries while experiencing various aspects of the culture, history, architecture, literature and the traditions of the regions visited. Travelers will prepare with a course of study in history, and events and literature prior to departing, in addition to on-going instruction during the tour. Additional assignments will be completed after returning from the trip.

LSC270 LSC270 Science of Fishkeeping

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LSC-271 Women's Symposium:

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LSC-273 Lev/Max Strength in Wrkplace

The nations highly-diversified workforce is requiring leaders to fully leverage all relevant talents in each individual within the organization. Students will identify strengths and learn how to maximize unique qualities and abilities in the workplace. Discover the drive and dedication to engage the diverse qualities and abilities of others which helps to create the optimal work environment. This highly interactive course will provide effective tools and theory on how to leverage one's own

LSC-274 Eff Strategies/Comm Success

Professionals bringing the most success to their function and to their organization will possess a broad and rich skill set. Nothing is more important to organizations than having professionals who understand how to handle relationship needs. Students will gain insight on how to manage relationships through effective communication tactics. Identify your preferred thinking style and discover effective strategies that enhance relationships, communication effectiveness and team collaboration.

LSC275 LSC275 Strat Prob Slvng in Wrkplc

When brainstorming on how to approach problems do you always gravitate towards one approach? Improve problem solving effectiveness by identifying those approaches that come naturally and learn how to strategically approach problems from new perspectives. This highly interactive course utilizes a powerful tool and theory for diagnosing, planning, and enhancing problem solving in the workplace.

LSC276 LSC276 Life and Death in Pompeii

Students will discover ancient Pompei through readings and visual examples at the Science Museum exhibit. Students will research modern Pompeii and compare and contrast life styles then and now focusing on attitudes and behaviors and influences.

LSC-277 Reflection and Synthesis

This course is designed for students to reflect upon what they have learned while completing their Associate of Arts degree. Students will examine how their personal strengths, personal limitations, academic goals, and career goals will integrate as they leave the program and begin new endeavors- academic or otherwise. (this course replaces Portfolio and Synthesis)

LSC-280 The Business of Art

Commercial or fine arts, if art is your career you need this course. Through readings, discussion, and chats with guest speakers this course will cover: legal and tax considerations, galleries and dealers, contract and commissions, business plans and everyday finances. Recommended for Graphic Arts majors.

LSC299 LSC299 Ten Days in the Holy Land

Participants will explore Tiberias, Nazareth, Bethlehem and Jerusalem, and learn about the birthplace of Judaisn, islam and Christianity.

LSC-300 Career Connections: Internship

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LSC380 LSC380 Suidice & Death Scene Investig

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LSC-600 Capstone Completion

This course will allow you to use your existing capstone drafts, add to and modify as needed, and create 3 shorter papers to be submitted as the final work required for graduation from the School of Human Services, Master�s in Education.

LSC608 LSC608 Church History in Plain Lang

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LSC610 LSC610 Innovation

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LSC614 LSC614 Grassroots & Groundworks Conf

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LSC615 LSC615 Politics of Water

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LSC616 LSC616 Politics of Food

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LSC622 LSC622 Negotiation for Success

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LSC625 LSC625 Female Perspectives in Ldrshp

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LSC631 LSC631 Promotion Ideas/Small Budget

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LSC632 LSC632 Heart & Soul of Bus Symposium

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LSC636 LSC636 Latino Families

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LSC637 LSC637 Immigrant Families in Minn

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LSC660 LSC660 Film Theory

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LSC664 LSC664 Planning for Life:Symposium

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LSC665 LSC665 Futurism:Sci of the Future

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LSC666 LSC666 A Taste of Ireland

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LTN-111 Beginning Latin I

Students begin their study of Latin vocabulary, grammar and syntax in order to read and comprehend Latin prose and poetry with appropriate assistance.

LTN-112 Beginning Latin II

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LTN311 LTN311 Latin Readings I

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LTN312 LTN312 Latin Readings II

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LTN411 LTN411 Ecclesiastical Latin I

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LTN412 LTN412 Ecclesiastical Latin II

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