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  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Associate Professor 

    Department: General Education 

    American National Government

    A study of the development, organization, and operation of the United States government.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/14/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    A study of the development, organization, and operation of the United States government.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Sharkey

    Course Symbol POSC

    Course Title American National Government

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/14/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 101

    Section O2

    Instr Title Associate Professor

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Analytical Thinking, Writing, and Research

    This course prepares students for academic writing at the college level with special attention to exposition and argument. Students learn to focus, organize, support, and develop their ideas and to provide proper attribution for secondary sources. Individual sections of this course will focus on a particular theme – such as the family, education, pop culture, gender, ethnography, or film.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course prepares students for academic writing at the college level with special attention to exposition and argument. Students learn to focus, organize, support, and develop their ideas and to provide proper attribution for secondary sources. Individual sections of this course will focus on a particular theme – such as the family, education, pop culture, gender, ethnography, or film.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Thorp

    Course Symbol ENG

    Course Title Analytical Thinking, Writing, and Research

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 101

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Contemporary Cultures and World Views

    This course is designed to help the student identify the diverse cultures and worldviews in today’s society, develop an ability to assess the local cultures, and acquire an ability to respond to different cultures from a theistic perspective. This course will introduce the student to philosophical thought reflected in contemporary culture. Philosophies such as Postmodernism, Secular Humanism, Cosmic Humanism, Christianity, and Islam are investigated in light of their contributions to the major institutions of modern society.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/14/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course is designed to help the student identify the diverse cultures and worldviews in today’s society, develop an ability to assess the local cultures, and acquire an ability to respond to different cultures from a theistic perspective. This course will introduce the student to philosophical thought reflected in contemporary culture. Philosophies such as Postmodernism, Secular Humanism, Cosmic Humanism, Christianity, and Islam are investigated in light of their contributions to the major institutions of modern society.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Reeves

    Course Symbol REL

    Course Title Contemporary Cultures and World Views

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/14/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 104

    Section O2

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Contemporary World History: Post 1945

    This course considers the history of the world since 1945. Topics to be explained include, but are not limited to, the Cold War, the end of colonial empires, the rise of Islamic Nationalism and fundamentalism, the creation and growth of the European Union, the United States as a superpower, the rise of China, and the fall of the Soviet Empire.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course considers the history of the world since 1945. Topics to be explained include, but are not limited to, the Cold War, the end of colonial empires, the rise of Islamic Nationalism and fundamentalism, the creation and growth of the European Union, the United States as a superpower, the rise of China, and the fall of the Soviet Empire.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Jackson

    Course Symbol HS

    Course Title Contemporary World History: Post 1945

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 104

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Criminal Justice 

    Criminological Theory

    This is a survey course on theories of the causes, prevention and punishment of crime. The course examines philosophical, biological, psychological and sociological theories and current integrative approaches. Emphasis will be given to key concepts for understanding crime in its social context.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This is a survey course on theories of the causes, prevention and punishment of crime. The course examines philosophical, biological, psychological and sociological theories and current integrative approaches. Emphasis will be given to key concepts for understanding crime in its social context.

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    Course Deptartment Criminal Justice

    Instr Name Orris

    Course Symbol CJ

    Course Title Criminological Theory

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 401

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Criminal Justice

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Emergency Management 

    Emergency Management of Epidemics and Bioterrorism

    This course reviews history, laws, and public policies related to public health preparedness and emergency management. The course will cover preparedness and response measures for epidemic disease, biological warfare and bioterrorist acts. Center for Disease Control categories for bioterrorism agents and their traits are reviewed. Government preparedness measures to deal with epidemics, including pandemic influenza, and bioterrorism will be addressed with emphasis on surveillance and response.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/14/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course reviews history, laws, and public policies related to public health preparedness and emergency management. The course will cover preparedness and response measures for epidemic disease, biological warfare and bioterrorist acts. Center for Disease Control categories for bioterrorism agents and their traits are reviewed. Government preparedness measures to deal with epidemics, including pandemic influenza, and bioterrorism will be addressed with emphasis on surveillance and response.

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    Course Deptartment Emergency Management

    Instr Name Russo

    Course Symbol EM

    Course Title Emergency Management of Epidemics and Bioterrorism

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/14/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 473

    Section O2

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Emergency Management

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Fire Science 

    Fire Prevention Organization and Management

    This course develops students’ ability to explain fire codes and standards, including purpose and implementation, identify and apply fire prevention strategies and programs, and understand basics of the fire investigation process.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course develops students’ ability to explain fire codes and standards, including purpose and implementation, identify and apply fire prevention strategies and programs, and understand basics of the fire investigation process.

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    Course Deptartment Fire Science

    Instr Name Hall

    Course Symbol FS

    Course Title Fire Prevention Organization and Management

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 264

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Fire Science

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 4

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Criminal Justice 

    Forensic Science with Lab

    Crime scene investigation techniques and laboratory methods are examined and practiced. Emphasis is placed on crime scene investigation including protocols, documentation of evidence, fingerprinting techniques, blood stain pattern analysis and scientific analysis of evidence. The course also discusses legal issues, including chain of custody, Fourth Amendment rights, and search procedures. The course includes laboratory procedures and tests used in forensics with particular attention to DNA analysis, toxicology, hair and fiber analysis and fire scene analysis.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/14/19

    Course Fee:   $1,580.00

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    Description

    Crime scene investigation techniques and laboratory methods are examined and practiced. Emphasis is placed on crime scene investigation including protocols, documentation of evidence, fingerprinting techniques, blood stain pattern analysis and scientific analysis of evidence. The course also discusses legal issues, including chain of custody, Fourth Amendment rights, and search procedures. The course includes laboratory procedures and tests used in forensics with particular attention to DNA analysis, toxicology, hair and fiber analysis and fire scene analysis.

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    Course Deptartment Criminal Justice

    Instr Name Pruitt

    Course Symbol CJ

    Course Title Forensic Science with Lab

    Credit Hours 4

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/14/19

    Enrollment 3

    Course Number 331

    Section O2

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Criminal Justice

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Introduction to Psychology

    An introduction to the field of psychology and the psychological study of human behavior. Topics may include research methods in psychology, biological bases for behavior, perception, learning and cognition, motivation and emotion, personality, social bases of behavior, psychological disorder, and psychological treatment.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    An introduction to the field of psychology and the psychological study of human behavior. Topics may include research methods in psychology, biological bases for behavior, perception, learning and cognition, motivation and emotion, personality, social bases of behavior, psychological disorder, and psychological treatment.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Oswald

    Course Symbol PSY

    Course Title Introduction to Psychology

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 102

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

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  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Emergency Management 

    Introduction to Public Administration

    This course provides an introduction to the operations of government. This will begin with an examination of the historical and theoretical perspectives of the study of administration and will then focus on leadership and organization in the public sector. Included will be the study of budgeting, personnel, legal, and oversight areas of administration.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/14/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course provides an introduction to the operations of government. This will begin with an examination of the historical and theoretical perspectives of the study of administration and will then focus on leadership and organization in the public sector. Included will be the study of budgeting, personnel, legal, and oversight areas of administration.

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    Course Deptartment Emergency Management

    Instr Name Collins

    Course Symbol EM

    Course Title Introduction to Public Administration

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/14/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 230

    Section O2

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Emergency Management

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Emergency Management 

    Introduction to the Science of Hazards

    This course will provide an introduction to the sciences related to natural hazards, geological hazards, weather and climate, and technological hazards, including basic concepts in geology, chemistry and climatology.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/14/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course will provide an introduction to the sciences related to natural hazards, geological hazards, weather and climate, and technological hazards, including basic concepts in geology, chemistry and climatology.

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    Course Deptartment Emergency Management

    Instr Name Sox

    Course Symbol EM

    Course Title Introduction to the Science of Hazards

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/14/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 120

    Section O2

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Emergency Management

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Liberal Arts Mathematics

    This course covers basic topics in quantitative literacy. Numbers, sets, logic, probability, and descriptive statistics are the core concepts. Additional topics such as financial mathematics, geometry, and algebraic modeling may be included at the discretion of the instructor. All topics will be placed in both historical and present-day contexts. Problem solving, communication skills, and applications will be emphasized.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    This course covers basic topics in quantitative literacy. Numbers, sets, logic, probability, and descriptive statistics are the core concepts. Additional topics such as financial mathematics, geometry, and algebraic modeling may be included at the discretion of the instructor. All topics will be placed in both historical and present-day contexts. Problem solving, communication skills, and applications will be emphasized.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Hopkins

    Course Symbol MATH

    Course Title Liberal Arts Mathematics

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 120

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Orientation to Online Learning

    This course prepares adult learners for the online learning experience. It provides an overview of the Virtual Campus and a tutorial on the learning system. The Online Library is introduced. The Student Handbook is reviewed to explore requirements and expectations of the program. Student strengths and weaknesses are assessed to establish a baseline for supporting successful online learning.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course prepares adult learners for the online learning experience. It provides an overview of the Virtual Campus and a tutorial on the learning system. The Online Library is introduced. The Student Handbook is reviewed to explore requirements and expectations of the program. Student strengths and weaknesses are assessed to establish a baseline for supporting successful online learning.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Pruitt

    Course Symbol OL

    Course Title Orientation to Online Learning

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 101

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

    Institution Image URL columbia-college-logo.png

    Institution Profile

    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: General Education 

    Orientation to Online Learning

    This course prepares adult learners for the online learning experience. It provides an overview of the Virtual Campus and a tutorial on the learning system. The Online Library is introduced. The Student Handbook is reviewed to explore requirements and expectations of the program. Student strengths and weaknesses are assessed to establish a baseline for supporting successful online learning.

    Start Date: 6/10/19          End Date: 7/17/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course prepares adult learners for the online learning experience. It provides an overview of the Virtual Campus and a tutorial on the learning system. The Online Library is introduced. The Student Handbook is reviewed to explore requirements and expectations of the program. Student strengths and weaknesses are assessed to establish a baseline for supporting successful online learning.

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    Course Deptartment General Education

    Instr Name Turanitza

    Course Symbol OL

    Course Title Orientation to Online Learning

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/10/19

    End Date 7/17/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 101

    Section O2

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline General Education

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Emergency Management 

    Psychological and Social Dimensions of Disaster

    This course provides an introduction to behavioral and social science research on disasters. The course is an overview of basic concepts and theories relevant for understanding the psychological and social consequences of disasters. Topics include risk perception; risk communication; disaster preparedness and response; the ways in which disasters affect individuals, families and communities; crisis interventions, and recovery processes.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course provides an introduction to behavioral and social science research on disasters. The course is an overview of basic concepts and theories relevant for understanding the psychological and social consequences of disasters. Topics include risk perception; risk communication; disaster preparedness and response; the ways in which disasters affect individuals, families and communities; crisis interventions, and recovery processes.

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    Course Deptartment Emergency Management

    Instr Name Sox

    Course Symbol EM

    Course Title Psychological and Social Dimensions of Disaster

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 110

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Emergency Management

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Emergency Management 

    Response to Explosive Devices and Incidents

    This course is designed to prepare emergency responders to perform effectively and safely during bombing incidents at all locations at an incident scene, including the hot (kill) zone. The course includes detailed instruction on Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), explosive materials and explosive effects; and comprehensive training on critical response actions during pre- and post-detonation operations. In addition, the course addresses actions that emergency responders can take to prevent and/or deter terrorist attacks involving energetic materials.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course is designed to prepare emergency responders to perform effectively and safely during bombing incidents at all locations at an incident scene, including the hot (kill) zone. The course includes detailed instruction on Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), explosive materials and explosive effects; and comprehensive training on critical response actions during pre- and post-detonation operations. In addition, the course addresses actions that emergency responders can take to prevent and/or deter terrorist attacks involving energetic materials.

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    Course Deptartment Emergency Management

    Instr Name Kissane

    Course Symbol EM

    Course Title Response to Explosive Devices and Incidents

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 474

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Emergency Management

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 6

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Adjunct 

    Department: Criminal Justice 

    Statistics in Criminal Justice

    This course provides an introduction to statistical methods in criminal justice. It covers descriptive statistics, variability, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion and probability distributions.

    Start Date: 7/15/19          End Date: 8/18/19

    Course Fee:   $1,185.00

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    Description

    This course provides an introduction to statistical methods in criminal justice. It covers descriptive statistics, variability, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion and probability distributions.

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    Course Deptartment Criminal Justice

    Instr Name Wells

    Course Symbol CJ

    Course Title Statistics in Criminal Justice

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 7/15/19

    End Date 8/18/19

    Enrollment 6

    Course Number 403

    Section O3

    Instr Title Adjunct

    Campus Online

    Discipline Criminal Justice

    Institution Columbia College

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

  • Available Seats: 5

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Professor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Interviewing

    This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental principles of interviewing, including the interpersonal communication process, questions, and interview structure. Interview communication focuses on providing students with an applied understanding of the communication principles and theories involved in successful interviewing through an experiential foundation designed to enable them to conduct or be the subject of such interviews. Emphasis is placed on skill acquisition and refinement.

    Start Date: 6/4/2019          End Date: 7/3/2019

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental principles of interviewing, including the interpersonal communication process, questions, and interview structure. Interview communication focuses on providing students with an applied understanding of the communication principles and theories involved in successful interviewing through an experiential foundation designed to enable them to conduct or be the subject of such interviews. Emphasis is placed on skill acquisition and refinement.

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    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Course Number 323

    Course Symbol APCP

    Course Title Interviewing

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/4/2019

    End Date 7/3/2019

    Enrollment 10

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Bethany Goodier

    Instr Title Professor

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Campus Online

    Discipline Communication

    Institution College of Charleston

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

    Prerequesites 24 semester hours or high school diploma/GED and 3 years work experience

  • Available Seats: 5

    Credit Hours: 3

    Instructor: Instructor 

    Department: School of Professional Studies 

    Introduction to Project Management

    This course provides a realistic, socio-technical view of project mananagement. After completing this course, students will have an understanding of the tools and processes used to manage projects, as well as the human factor required to successfully complete a project. This course is a pre-requisite of other project management courses.

    Start Date: 6/4/2019          End Date: 7/3/2019

    Course Fee:   $1,125.00

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    Description

    This course provides a realistic, socio-technical view of project mananagement. After completing this course, students will have an understanding of the tools and processes used to manage projects, as well as the human factor required to successfully complete a project. This course is a pre-requisite of other project management courses.

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    Course Deptartment School of Professional Studies

    Course Number 301

    Course Symbol PMGT

    Course Title Introduction to Project Management

    Credit Hours 3

    Start Date 6/4/2019

    End Date 7/3/2019

    Enrollment 5

    IPEDS Code 217819

    Instr Name Debby Marindin

    Instr Title Instructor

    Section 1

    Sync/Async Asynchronous

    Campus Online

    Discipline Project Management

    Institution College of Charleston

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    Level Undergraduate

    Start Season Summer 2019

    Prerequesites 24 semester hours or high school diploma/GED and 3 years work experience

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