SCPS Course Listing

The SCPS Course Listings webpage is designed to inform students on scheduling opportunities over various semesters OPEN for registration. Please be advised, this webpage does not operate in real time. Seats that appear to be open in Courses Search might not be available when students register in JayWeb. Students are encouraged to waitlist in a course when a course is full. Waitlists are managed from the start of open registration up until two weeks prior to the start of the session. The Office of Registration and Records will contact a student when a seat becomes available so please check your etown.edu email regularly. Waitlists are processed based on the time stamp of the initial waitlist registration.

Time Zone Policy

The School of Continuing and Professional Studies runs courses on Eastern Standard Time (EST). Courses begin at 12:00 am EST of the first day of the session and end at 11:59 pm EST on the last day of the session. To maintain equity among all students, assignment due dates and web conferences will be set according the Eastern Standard Time. Students who do not complete any academically-inclined work by 11:59 pm EST of Sunday the first week of the session will be marked as non-attending for financial aid purposes. Students who are unable to participate in web conferences due to their scheduled time will have the opportunity to complete an equivalent activity, through viewing a recording of the web conference and/or completing an alternate assignment.

  • Terms: FA=Fall, WI=Winter, SP=Spring, SU=Summer
  • Days: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, H=Thursday, TH=Tuesday and Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday
  • Core Areas of Understanding: MAAN = Math Analysis, VC = Values Choice and Justice, FCIS = World Cultures, PL = Power of Language, SOWD = Social World, CUL = Western Cultures, NW = Natural World, CREX = Creative Expression

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RefNoCourse Catalog NumberCourse TitleInstructorStatusSeatsMeetingCredits
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41658MSE512 - -GO - -ALEARNING ENVIRNMNT&SOCIAL INTERCTN IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS (SED 212)BellewClosed24/24MW 9:30AM - 10:50AM3.00

LEARNING ENVIRNMNT&SOCIAL INTERCTN IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS (SED 212)


4.00 credits. A study of the scientific principles and best practices for creating and sustaining an optimal learning environment and positive social interaction for diverse learners in an inclusive classroom setting. Emphasis is on analyzing factors that influence academic and social behavior, adapting the physical environment, implementing an equitable classroom management system, maintaining a respectful climate, teaching social skills, and implementing positive behavioral supports. *Prerequisite(s): Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

41659MSE522 - -GO - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 222)TyminskiOpen24/24TTh 9:30AM - 10:50AM3.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 222)


4.00 credits. This course is an introduction to philosophical, historical, and legal foundations of Special Education and inclusive education principles and practices. The history, etiology, characteristics, and accommodations for students with special needs in the classroom setting will be examined. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite(s): Formal acceptance into Education Program required. *Corequisite(s): MSE 522L.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

41660MSE522 -L-GO - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (SED 222 L)TyminskiOpen24/240.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (SED 222 L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany MSE 522. *Corequisite: MSE 522.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Not Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

41661MSE533 - -GO - -AASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 333)Haley-MizeOpen22/24TTh 2:00PM - 3:20PM4.00

ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 333)


4.00 credits. This course provides an overview of assessment as a tool to guide various types of decisions in the educational setting. The primary focus is on use of informal and formal assessment to craft instruction that is responsive to individual learners. The course also includes information on how to use data to make eligibility and placement decisions while highlighting best practice to ensure that these decisions are well informed and in the best interest of the learner. Specific topics include legislation, trends, and issues in assessment practices; different types of tests and their appropriate administration, scoring, and interpretation; use of descriptive statistics to describe and interpret data sets; reliability and validity considerations in designing, administering, and reporting; and assessment of young children and behavior. *Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

41662MSE542 - -GO - -AEFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS W ASD AND/OR EBD (SED342)Haley-MizeOpen22/24W 5:00PM - 8:30PM4.00

EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS W ASD AND/OR EBD (SED342)


4.00 credits. This course is designed to prepare teachers to support the participation and education of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (EBD) in the PK-12 setting. Emphasis is on the diagnostic criteria, methods of identification, and best practices in intervention and support according to current research. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisite(s): MSE 544, MSE 565, and MSE 542L. Register by Instructor.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

41663MSE544 - -GO - -AINTENSIVE READING, WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION (SED 344)Staff, School of Human & Hlth ProfessOpen22/24TTh 9:30AM - 10:50AM4.00

INTENSIVE READING, WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION (SED 344)


4.00 credits. This course provides substantive, research-based instruction that effectively prepares future teachers to assess and provide interventions to students who are struggling in the reading, writing, and mathematics content areas. An emphasis will be placed on determining differences between typical and problematic performance in each of the areas and modifying instructional methods, providing strategy instruction, and monitoring progress in each area. A clinical field experience is required. *Prerequisite(s): MSE 524 and acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisite(s): MSE 542, MSE 565, and MSE 544L. Register by Instructor.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

41664MSE565 - -GO - -AISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATIONTyminskiOpen22/24TTh 11:00AM - 12:20PM4.00

ISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION


4.00 credits. Working with a faculty mentor, this is a self-directed and self-constructed course for those specializing in PK-8 or 7-12 certifications. Graduate candidates select specific topics to explore that are particularly germane to their certificate levels and companion competencies. *Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisite(s): MSE 542 and MSE 544. Register by Instructor.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

ONLNE
40940AC 1070- -CE - -ASCPS BUSINESS FINANCIAL ACCOUNTINGKlaholdOpen18/203.00

SCPS BUSINESS FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING


Introduction to accounting concepts, processes, procedures, and practices in the preparation of financial statements. The course will introduce students to the four basic financial statements, comprised of the income statement, statement of cash flow, balance sheet, and statement of owner's equity. Students will also incorporate current accounting events and accounting ethics into this course.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40941AC 1080- -CE - -ASCPS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTINGWeaverOpen17/203.00

SCPS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING


Managerial accounting involves using economic and financial information to plan and control many of the activities of an entity, and to support the management data-driven decision-making process. Topics include job order costing, activity-based costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgetary planning and controls, and planning for capital investments. The objective of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the management and information that aids management with making sound decisions. *Pre-requisite(s): AC 1070.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40947AC 2050- -CE - -ASCPS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING IStaffOpen12/183.00

SCPS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I


Intermediate Accounting is the in-depth study of professional accounting pronouncements – Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”), used for financial reporting purposes. This first course of a two-part series focuses mainly on asset accounts. An overview of financial statement preparation and accounting principles that govern the reporting of cash, receivables and inventories will be explored. Other topics of study focus on accounting for property, plant and equipment, key concepts in accounting for intangibles, and current liabilities accounts. Prerequisite(s): AC 1060 - Principles of Accounting II or AC 1080 - Managerial Accounting.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40948AC 2060- -CE - -ASCPS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING IIStaffOpen12/183.00

SCPS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II


Intermediate Accounting II is a continuation of the study of generally accepted accounting principles. It is an in-depth study of stockholders equity, earnings per share, investments, revenue recognition and accounting for income taxes, pension and leases. The course will be completed with the preparation of the cash flows financial statement. Prerequisite: AC 2050 Intermediate Accounting I.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40949AC 3010- -CE - -ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL INCOME TAXWesoloskieOpen15/183.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL INCOME TAX


This course is designed to explore tax implications on individuals, corporations, and partnerships. The course will concentrate on the application of tax law using analytical and problem-solving techniques. Significant reference will be given to federal tax forms and online tax research.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40950AC 3030- -CE - -ASCPS FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND REPORTINGStubbOpen17/183.00

SCPS FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND REPORTING


To be effective financial managers and advisors, accountants must understand not only how financial information is generated, but also how to analyze and interpret the information to assess a company and its operations. This course is designed to provide students with the tools they need to effectively evaluate the financial position of a firm. The course presents analytical tools for evaluating organizational financing, investing and operations activities, cash flow, profitability, liquidity, solvency, and leverage. Prerequisite: Ac 2060 Intermediate Accounting II.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40951AC 3040- -CE - -ASCPS FORENSIC ACCOUNTINGKlaholdOpen16/183.00

SCPS FORENSIC ACCOUNTING


Forensic Accounting is a specialty practice area of accounting that utilizes accounting, auditing, and investigative skills to conduct an examination into a company's financial statements for disputes or litigation. This course will introduce the learner to the concept of accounting fraud. It combines solid accounting principles with fraud detection and prevention techniques. The prevalence of financial statement manipulation in recent years is reviewed and analyzed. The topic of ethics and the breakdown thereof in relation to the frauds perpetrated will also be discussed. Prerequisite(s): AC 2060 - Intermediate Accounting II.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40952AC 3210- -CE - -ASCPS COST ACCOUNTINGWeaverOpen13/183.00

SCPS COST ACCOUNTING


Cost accounting deals with cost management. Cost management produces information through the process of identifying, collecting, measuring, classifying, and reporting information to managers within a firm. Cost management requires in-depth understanding of a firm’s cost structure. This course will provide the student the knowledge to utilize and manage cost data effectively for management decision making. Prerequisite: Ac 1060 Principles of Accounting II or AC 1070 Business Financial Accounting or permission of the dean.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41650ASC500 - -GO - -AAUTISM ACROSS THE LIFESPANHampleOpen20/203.00

AUTISM ACROSS THE LIFESPAN


3.00 credits. This course focuses on understanding autism across the lifespan including the physical, cognitive and social skill limitations and strengths in each phase of life. Case studies will be the primary learning tools, with students developing a long-term intervention plan for an individual on their current or future caseload based upon the concepts discussed. *Prerequisite(s): Completed undergraduate degree.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41651ASC510 - -GO - -AINTEROCEPTION ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTIONStaff, School of Human & Hlth ProfessOpen20/203.00

INTEROCEPTION ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION


3.00 credits. This course provides an overview of the construct of interoception and discusses evidenced based interoception awareness tools used by professionals in the field of Autism Support. In particular, a critique of the literature and current practices to assess and intervene with interception as a tool to improve sleep, emotional regulation, toileting, eating, education and social participation will be reviewed. Emphasis is given to the various types of assessment and intervention techniques that uield outcomes in individual and group settings. *Prerequisite(s): Completed undergraduate degree.




Subterm: A4 (8/23/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40953BA 1550- -CE - -ASCPS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONGrossOpen15/183.00

SCPS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION


This course provides a study of the various communication techniques, incorporating the use of both theory and technology. Emphasis is on the analysis, ethics and organization of materials for effective oral and written communications in a business setting.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40954BA 2150- -CE - -ASCPS PRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGStaffOpen17/183.00

SCPS PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING


Effective marketing is critical for the long-term success of any business or organization. In this course, students will acquire an understanding of the marketing concept, "STP" (Segmenting, Targeting & Positioning), the marketing mix (product, place, promotion and price), and how to design a customer-driven marketing strategy. Among the topics explored are customer value, pricing, branding, global marketing, consumer behavior, ethics and social responsibility in marketing, and market research. The course will culminate in a final project with students developing and presenting a marketing plan for a new product or service.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40955BA 2480- -CE - -ASCPS QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESSTraubClosed0/123.00

SCPS QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESS


This course provides an introduction to quantitative analysis designed to solve practical business problems, break-even analysis, forecasting, inventory management, linear programming, and transportation problems. Network flow models, project management, decision, and queuing analysis will also be covered in this class. Prerequisite: MA 1510 - Probability and Statistics. Recommended: working knowledge of Excel formulas.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40956BA 2650- -CE - -ASCPS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENTMayOpen15/183.00

SCPS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT


Learners in this course will study the process of utilizing and coordinating technical and human resources in order to achieve the objectives of an organization. This includes analysis of the concepts, principles and practices involved in the planning, organizing, staffing, motivating, and controlling functions.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40957BA 3100- -VC -C-ASCPS BUSINESS ETHICSDesjardinsOpen11/183.00

SCPS BUSINESS ETHICS


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Accounting and Business Administration majors may not use this course for Core.) This course examines the ethical issues that arise in today’s business environment with special focus in the areas of business, marketing, finance, and accounting. The values and principles guiding ethical business decisions will be studied along with how ethics integrated into business can play a part in business strategy. Learners will explore their own values and apply an ethical decision making process to ethical dilemmas in business.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40958BA 3120- -CE - -ASCPS ADVERTISING MANAGEMENTInnerstOpen13/183.00

SCPS ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT


The course covers advertising principles and practices. It will take advertising theory and show how it is applied to produce advertising that works. Prerequisite: BA 2150 Principles of Marketing.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40959BA 3150- -CE - -ASCPS INTERNET MARKETINGWesoloskieOpen15/183.00

SCPS INTERNET MARKETING


The course entails the development of an understanding of the complexity of marketing goods and services over the Internet. Coverage includes developing strategic business models for e-commerce, planning and implementation of an Internet-focused organization. Prerequisite: BA 2150 Principles of Marketing.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40960BA 3190- -CE - -ASCPS CONSUMER BEHAVIORSchauerOpen14/183.00

SCPS CONSUMER BEHAVIOR


This course is an introduction to the study of consumer behavior, looking at the consumer as an individual, examining consumers in their social and cultural settings and reviewing the many variables that go into the consumer decision-making process.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40961BA 3250- -CE - -ASCPS BUSINESS FINANCEHooperOpen12/183.00

SCPS BUSINESS FINANCE


We will focus on learning techniques that are utilized in financial decision making. The course can be broken down into five distinct categories: Accounting review and financial statement analysis, tools and techniques utilized in capital budgeting decision making, asset valuation, risk and return, and long-term financing. Prerequisite: AC 1060 - Principles of Accounting II or AC 1080 - Managerial Accounting. Recommended: a working knowledge of Excel formulas.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40962BA 3310- -CE - -ASCPS BUSINESS LAWAbelOpen16/183.00

SCPS BUSINESS LAW


The purpose of this course is to examine the important areas of law that relate to business under the United States constitutional legal system. This course will emphasize the origin of law in America, intellectual property, cyber law, contract law, corporate and unincorporated entity law, and agency law.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40963BA 3600- -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIPHermanOpen16/183.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP


It is essential to gain a fundamental understanding of leadership and even more importantly to gain knowledge in the attributes of leadership in order to make better decisions, both professionally and personally. In this course, we will examine the characteristics, attributes, and styles of leadership. We will discuss the results of a lack of leadership and the impact of following.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40964BA 3640- -VC -C-ASCPS BUILDING ON DIVERSITY IN BUSINESSMartinOpen10/183.00

SCPS BUILDING ON DIVERSITY IN BUSINESS


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Business majors may not use this course for Core.) This course will examine different cultures, religions and employee groups, while analyzing issues and strengths towards creating a positive workplace. Learners will explore how to effectively manage these groups through real-life work situations and develop strategies for long-term solutions.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41022BA 3800- -CE - -ASCPS ENTREPRENEURSHIPStaffOpen10/183.00

SCPS ENTREPRENEURSHIP


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill a Criminal Justice Elective, a Human Service Elective or a Social World Core requirement.) This course explores the nature of entrepreneurship and what it means to be an entrepreneur. Emphasis is placed on the unique skill-set that is required to be effective in this role, including vision, creativity, innovation, planning, critical thinking, leadership, communication, and the willingness to take risks. Entrepreneurs make significant investments in an economy and thus contribute to the economic well-being of all stake holders; therefore, the components and the role of the entrepreneur within the economy will be discussed. Case studies and interactive exercises are used to illustrate how the theoretical framework of entrepreneurship translates into the realities of our volatile economic environment. Prerequisites: BA 2650 - Principles of Management.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40965BA 4160- -CE - -ASCPS MARKETING MANAGEMENTSchauerOpen15/183.00

SCPS MARKETING MANAGEMENT


This course is an advanced marketing management course focusing on strategic marketing planning, segmentation and positioning. Learners will incorporate marketing theories and concepts into marketing plans and reports. Prerequisite: BA2150 Principles of Marketing




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40966BA 4250- -CE - -ASCPS PROBLEMS IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTWeaverOpen16/183.00

SCPS PROBLEMS IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


Learners in this course will examine financial and conceptual issues in business finance including financial markets, interest rates, economic environments, valuation of financial assets, time value concepts, risk and return, valuation of bonds and stocks, capital budgeting and project cash flows, cost of capital and capital structure, financial planning and control, and pro forma statements. Prerequisite: BA3250 – Business Finance




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40967BA 4660- -CE - -ASCPS OPERATIONS MANAGEMENTBeaulieuOpen17/183.00

SCPS OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT


Operations Management is the critical study of the decision-making techniques used in operations management, emphasizing the practical application of scientific methods and management principles to production activities. Areas of study include resource allocation, production cycles, job design, facility layout, production planning, quality improvements, and process control. Prerequisite: MA 1510 Probability and Statistics.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40968BA 4950- -CE - -ASCPS CORPORATE STRATEGYBrummerOpen8/183.00

SCPS CORPORATE STRATEGY


This course examines how organizations position themselves and strive to compete in today’s rapidly changing marketplace and business environment. It is designed to integrate the concepts, principles, and practices from a learner's prior business courses. The course involves a comprehensive study of the interrelationships between management principles, problem analysis, strategy formation and implementation for the contemporary enterprise. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40969CD 1000- -CE - -ASCPS CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE LIFELONG LEARNERWaltonOpen15/181.00

SCPS CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE LIFELONG LEARNER


(1 credit) When entering into an educational program, the goal of the person upon graduation is often to be promoted within their company or to change the direction of their career. The needs of the adult learner in the area of career development vary from assessment of abilities to refining job search skills. This course will allow the adult learner to examine their interests and skills as well as develop a career portfolio for either movement within a company or for changing careers. One of the final outcomes will hopefully be the answer to that age-old question: "What do you want to be when you grow up?"




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41023CJ 2200- -CE - -ASCPS COURT ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENTStaubOpen16/183.00

SCPS COURT ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT


A study of the history, structure, administration and management of state and federal adult criminal courts that focuses on a variety of topics including: the interrelationship between the trial court and its social, economic, and political environments; the major participants in the court; the trial process; and sentencing methods and appeals.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41024CJ 2420- -CE - -ASCPS MODERN CORRECTIONSMcDanielOpen15/183.00

SCPS MODERN CORRECTIONS


This course provides the learner with an overview of the origins, processes, organizations, contemporary trends, and current issues in corrections for juveniles and adults. Emphasis is on adult corrections.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41025CJ 2520- -CE - -ASCPS JUVENILE LAW AND JUSTICEStaffOpen17/183.00

SCPS JUVENILE LAW AND JUSTICE


This course provides the learner with an analysis of juvenile crime, delinquency theory, juvenile law, and the components and processes of the juvenile justice system.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40970CJ 3300- -CE - -ASCPS METHODS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCHStaffOpen18/183.00

SCPS METHODS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCH


This course will cover basic procedures of criminal justice research including research design, sampling, measurement, and data analysis. This course is designed to provide students with basic knowledge and skills required to undertake research in the field of criminal justice while simultaneously offering an introduction to the process of critically understanding and interpreting research findings in an applied context.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40971CJ 3500- -CE - -ASCPS SUBSTANCE USE AND ABUSEStaffOpen16/183.00

SCPS SUBSTANCE USE AND ABUSE


This course will examine a multitude of issues relating to the past, present, and future of substance abuse. The issues will span areas involving prevention, law enforcement, treatment and policy making.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40972COM2510- -FCIS-C-ASCPS INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONRudyOpen18/183.00

SCPS INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION


(World Cultures & International Studies Core Course) This course examines how systems of communication media are organized and function around the world. It is designed to assess our experience as an American by exploring the sociocultural, economic, political, and scientific/technical impact of communication media on the diverse societies of other countries.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41026CS 2000- -CE - -ASCPS INFORMATION SYSTEM ETHICSWhitehouseOpen14/183.00

SCPS INFORMATION SYSTEM ETHICS


This course provides an exploration of ethics in our society, specifically in the technological world. Topics such as codes of conduct and social media will be investigated through case studies using various approaches to ethical decision making. With technology as the stage, we will be able to explore such issues as computer and internet crimes, privacy rights, freedom of expression, and intellectual property laws. Prerequisite: It is recommended that students should have several sessions completed before taking this course to be more aware of the issues surrounding computers, computer programs, property rights, and Information Systems.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40973CS 3100- -CE - -ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCEMollettOpen18/183.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE


This course covers the study of business conducted via the internet. Learners will examine the history of e-commerce, types of e-commerce, and best practices. The importance of security and privacy will be discussed. Innovation and the impact of social media will also be examined.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41027CS 3420- -CE - -ASCPS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND NETWORKING SYSTEMSFreedOpen17/183.00

SCPS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND NETWORKING SYSTEMS


Provides the learner with the theory and knowledge of computer networks, the operation of the network, the characteristics of the network architecture as it relates to the ISO model and administration. Security and management of the network are also discussed. The course contrasts network operating systems including TCP /IP, Novell, Token Ring and AppleTalk. Topics include network security, network management, the ISO model, network hardware requirements, such as routers, repeaters, gateways, interface cards, file servers, network topology options, and the Internet. Prerequisites: CS 1220 Computer Science II.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40974EC 1000- -SOWD-C-ASCPS GLOBAL MACROECONOMICS: PRINCIPLES AND ISSUESFoxOpen17/183.00

SCPS GLOBAL MACROECONOMICS: PRINCIPLES AND ISSUES


(Social World Core; Accounting and Business Administration majors may not use this course for Core.) This course gives learners an orientation to the nature of economics on a global scale and examines the aggregate performance of all markets in our economy. This course will cover capitalism, supply, demand, free markets, inflation, recession, and money supply, allocation of scarce resources, and the role of the Federal Reserve Board. Learners will have the opportunity to correlate economic theories to their everyday experiences.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40975EC 1020- -CE - -ASCPS PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICSBatailleOpen16/183.00

SCPS PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS


Economics now, more than ever, plays a crucial role in our lives and has a significant impact on our success, both personally and professionally. Microeconomics focuses on the behavior of individual consumers and individual firms. Microeconomics gives us a focused perspective, and deals with specialized issues and detailed analysis within economics. A strong emphasis is placed on discussion of current events and how those events incorporate various economic theories. This will give the learner a greater appreciation of the relevance of economics as a science.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40976EN 1000- -PL -C-ASCPS WRITING AND LANGUAGEGoodmanOpen15/183.00

SCPS WRITING AND LANGUAGE


(Power of Language Core) In this writing-intensive introductory course, adult learners will learn and practice various strategies and structures to write college-level papers. Each week, learners will read and study examples of each strategy, and then apply them to their own papers. The course culminates in a critical/research paper that allows adult learners to bring together many of the skills they've practiced in the course.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40977EN 1160- -CREX-C-ASCPS FILM AS LITERATURERoseOpen15/183.00

SCPS FILM AS LITERATURE


(Creative Expression Core) An introduction to film as an art form with particular attention to the discourse of film: how film "speaks" to us and how we speak about film.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41028EN 2450- -CREX-C-ASCPS GROWING UP IN AMERICAKennedyOpen12/183.00

SCPS GROWING UP IN AMERICA


(Creative Expression Core) In this survey course, we will examine autobiographical works written by diverse authors over approximately 150 years to gain a larger perspective on the subjects of autobiography, history, and childhood in America. Students will be encouraged to compare these themes to their own experience of growing up in America to determine if they are still accurate and relevant.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40978FS 1500- -CO -C-ASCPS FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (NUR 150)DesjardinsOpen15/153.00

SCPS FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (NUR 150)


(Core Course) Foundations for Accelerated Learning is designed to introduce adult learners to the scholarly demands of Elizabethtown College’s accelerated coursework. Emphasis is placed upon self-reflection and collaboration with peers, implementing skills for success in an accelerated learning environment, evaluating personal strengths, and identifying strategies to overcome challenges. Students will develop research, writing, and presentation skills that lay the foundation for future success.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40979FS 1500- -CO -C-BSCPS FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (NUR 150)ArcherOpen9/153.00

SCPS FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (NUR 150)


(Core Course) Foundations for Accelerated Learning is designed to introduce adult learners to the scholarly demands of Elizabethtown College’s accelerated coursework. Emphasis is placed upon self-reflection and collaboration with peers, implementing skills for success in an accelerated learning environment, evaluating personal strengths, and identifying strategies to overcome challenges. Students will develop research, writing, and presentation skills that lay the foundation for future success.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40981HCA1620- -CE - -ASCPS HEALTH CARE POLICYGeorgeOpen14/183.00

SCPS HEALTH CARE POLICY


This course provides an introduction to the development and implications of U.S. health care public policy, including key governmental and non-governmental participants within the political process. This course examines the major roles played by local, state, and federal governments in the oversight, funding, delivery and evaluation of health care services. To perform this examination, a brief background to the U.S. health care system will be presented. The course will then investigate the formulation of health care legislation, the prioritization of health care legislation and the implementation of legislative provisions.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40982HCA2150- -CE - -ASCPS HEALTH CARE MARKETINGMayOpen12/183.00

SCPS HEALTH CARE MARKETING


This course provides a comprehensive review of marketing's role in the health care industry. The course will examine the history of health care marketing, the contributions of marketing to the strategic objectives of health care organizations and the effects of marketing on public relations and the health care consumer. Major health care consumer issues are also analyzed. Consumer issues include: health status, drug usage, drug shortages, health care products, exercise and nutrition, diseases and epidemiology. Interdependence of these issues with behavioral, political, economic, ecologic, and cultural factors will be evaluated.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40983HCA3100- -CE - -ASCPS HEALTH CARE ETHICSEmrheinOpen15/183.00

SCPS HEALTH CARE ETHICS


This course addresses introductory concepts and basic issues in health care ethics. Issues such as confidentiality (e.g. HIPAA), informed consent, beginning of life, chronic care, end of life and the universal right to health care will be discussed along with the impact of women in health care. The course also addresses the impact of a person's religious beliefs on the need for and delivery of health care. Finally, the course analyzes health care research issues including use of human subjects, use of animals and cloning.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40984HCA3310- -CE - -ASCPS HEALTH CARE LAWRoutledgeOpen13/183.00

SCPS HEALTH CARE LAW


This course will examine the various laws that impact the delivery of health care in the United States. The purpose of the course is to familiarize the student with the healthcare legal environment that requires compliance of both providers and facilities. Students will analyze case studies and apply applicable laws to the scenarios.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41029HCA3400- -CE - -ASCPS CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN HEALTH CARERoutledgeOpen14/183.00

SCPS CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE


This course provides the learner with the opportunity to examine challenges facing the healthcare industry in the United States. Learners will analyze controversial issues and differing perspectives to develop understanding of the issues faced by policy makers, healthcare providers, management and citizens. Prerequisite(s): HCA 3100 - Health Care Ethics, HCA 3310 - Health Care Law, and HCA 3800 - Health Care Insurance Policy.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40985HCA3630- -CE - -ASCPS WORLD HEALTH CARE SYSTEMSStaffOpen14/183.00

SCPS WORLD HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


This course provides an analysis of world healthcare systems with an emphasis on the healthcare issues and challenges between low, middle, and high-income countries. The course focuses on the global organizations that impact world health and the financial and regulatory issues that each country encounters. The course also analyzes many different health systems throughout the world, examining population demographics, economics, major health problems, healthcare financing, healthcare workforces, and future healthcare perspectives within these various nations. Prerequisite: HCA 1620 Health Care Policy




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41030HCA4500- -CE - -ASCPS LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATIONGreenbergOpen9/183.00

SCPS LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION


This course examines how as change takes place, and the health care field becomes more sophisticated and diverse, successful long-term care administrators will face tougher challenges than any they have seen before and they will have to bring new skills to their jobs. Topics and discussions center around how successful managers will possess the ability to change with the times, manage their organizations while under constant and substantial pressure, how to be flexible enough to adapt to different management settings, or to providing services that are different from those with which they may have been familiar. Evaluate how tomorrow's long-term care managers will be expected to possess those skills essential to managing larger more complex organizations.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40986HCA4900- -CE - -ASCPS STRATEGY OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONSSeaversOpen15/183.00

SCPS STRATEGY OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS


This comprehensive capstone course examines how health care organizations position themselves and strive to compete in today’s rapidly changing marketplace and business environment. It is designed to integrate the concepts, principles, and practices from the learner's prior health care courses. With the aid of case studies, the course involves a comprehensive study of the interrelationships between management principles, problem analysis, strategy formation and implementation for healthcare organizations. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41005HI 1150- -CUL -C-ASCPS MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORYBrooksOpen16/183.00

SCPS MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY


(Cultural Heritage Core) The course is an examination of the major developments that have taken place in European History since 1500. The course will not survey all of the developments over 500 years, but choose those that seem significant in their impact on subsequent developments.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41762HIP540 - -GO - -AINCLUSIVE INNOVATIONS & ACCESSIBLTY IN ONLINE LEARNINGSkillenOpen20/203.00

INCLUSIVE INNOVATIONS & ACCESSIBLTY IN ONLINE LEARNING


3.00 credits. How can we create learning opportunities for students that are not “one-size-fits-all” while leveraging technological innovations? Inclusive Innovations leverages Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to create flexible, engaging and effective eLearning solutions—whether through online, face-to-face, or blended instruction. This course is project-oriented that invites participants to identify and evaluate eLearning courses for accessible pedagogy and approaches.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41763HIP560 - -GO - -ATEACHING AT THE INTERSECTION OF HUMANITY AND TECH INNOVATIONMackleyOpen20/203.00

TEACHING AT THE INTERSECTION OF HUMANITY AND TECH INNOVATION


3.00 credits. This course examines how to use the Community of Inquiry framework in virtual instructional environments to humanize online learning. By fostering academic and social connections, teachers can build empathy, personalize learning and increase student motivation.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40987HS 1080- -CE - -ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICESBeersOpen17/183.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES


This introductory course reviews the historical foundations and the various political and social influences on the development of human services. It examines models of human service delivery, client systems, and service systems. It reviews the major social welfare programs, implementation of human service interventions, and working with diverse clients. Finally, the course covers issues crucial to human service workers, such as burnout and legal issues.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40988HS 1620- -CE - -ASCPS SOCIAL WELFARE PROGRAMS & POLICYSchuckerOpen12/183.00

SCPS SOCIAL WELFARE PROGRAMS & POLICY


The purpose of this course is to help students understand what drives social welfare policy, the values and beliefs underlying social welfare policy, and how it impacts our lives. The course is designed to be both theoretical and practical. Fundamental concepts and theories of social welfare policy are examined. The competing values and beliefs that influence social welfare policy are discussed and analyzed. An overview of the history of social welfare policy in the United States is explored. Social welfare policies and programs are examined within the context of the social problems they address. The course also explores the strengths and weaknesses of current government interventions. Students will also explore ways to conduct effective social welfare policy analysis.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40989HS 2300- -CE - -ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTIVE DISORDERSHinzmanOpen8/183.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTIVE DISORDERS


This foundations course will provide essential concepts for understanding contemporary theories and practices relating to substance use and abuse. Learners will identify appropriate methodologies for identification, prevention, and proper treatment of disorders. Review of the historical perspectives, various diagnostic issues, and numerous types of addictive behaviors, treatment options, and current research developments will be discussed.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40990HS 2350- -CE - -ASCPS COUNSELING TECHNIQUES AND SKILLSBarrowOpen9/183.00

SCPS COUNSELING TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS


This course will provide students with a background of concepts, historical perspectives, and information regarding counseling systems. Students will develop skills for building effective working relationships with clients and focus on skills required to explore clients’ difficulties and recognize and enhance strengths. It will discuss how to establish plans and implement strategies to accomplish goals related to identified problems or concerns. This course will provide strategies for evaluating case progress in work with individuals, groups and families. It will provide students with the information they need to meet several Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) competencies—a set of nine standards or competencies centered on an educational format that prescribes attention to outcome performance.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40991HS 2800- -CE - -ASCPS GROUP COUNSELINGBeersOpen17/183.00

SCPS GROUP COUNSELING


Learners are exposed to theories, principles, and practices of group counseling. Opportunities are provided for learners to engage in dialogue relating to ethical and professional concerns, group dynamics and processes, understanding of various types of groups, assessment of group outcomes, group entry and exit transitions, and different leadership styles.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41031HS 3660- -CE - -ASCPS COUNSELING THEORY AND PRACTICESchuckerOpen14/183.00

SCPS COUNSELING THEORY AND PRACTICE


This course will survey the major concepts and practices of the contemporary therapeutic systems and address some ethical and professional issues in counseling practice. The course aims to teach students to select wisely from various theories and techniques and to begin to develop a personal style of counseling. Skills are provided to build the counseling competencies needed in the counseling process.. Prerequisite: Psy 1050 General Psychology.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40992HS 4350- -CE - -ASCPS COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPYHinzmanOpen10/183.00

SCPS COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY


Learners will review, practice and demonstrate the clinical application of cognitive-behavioral therapies. Areas examined are principles of both cognitive and behavioral theories, engagement and the education of clients, goal setting, strategies and techniques for positive change, enhancement of individual motivation, contingency contracting and ongoing assessment. Prerequisite: HS 2350 Counseling Techniques & Skills




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40993HS 4900- -CE - -ASCPS HUMAN SERVICES SEMINARKingOpen10/153.00

SCPS HUMAN SERVICES SEMINAR


This capstone course encapsulates a comprehensive understanding of the human services. Integration of previously learned theories, concepts, skills and practices will be implemented. Learners will incorporate critical thinking skills necessary for a human service professional. A major project is required which will assess mastery of the learner’s competency in the field. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40994IDC2710- -CO -C-ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO GLOBALIZATIONStaffOpen16/183.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO GLOBALIZATION


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill either the Social World OR Values, Choice and Justice Core requirement.) In an increasingly interconnected world, globalization is a political, economic, cultural, and environmental phenomenon affecting individuals and communities in every society. This course will examine the dynamics of globalization along with the ethical implications of living in a globalized world.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40995IDC2770- -CO -C-ASCPS POVERTY IN A WORLD OF PLENTYStaffOpen12/183.00

SCPS POVERTY IN A WORLD OF PLENTY


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill either the Foreign Cultures OR Values, Choice and Justice Core requirement.) This course will examine the many causes behind half of the world's people living on less than two dollars a day--the majority of them women and children. Factors such as bias against women, sweatshop labor, a failing environment, government corruption, the history of colonialism, and misguided foreign aid will be explored. Solutions will be sought related to consumer purchases, women's empowerment, and influencing government policies and aid distribution.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41032IDC2790- -CO -C-ASCPS THE FEMALE IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCERoseOpen17/183.00

SCPS THE FEMALE IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill either the Cultural Heritage OR Foreign Cultures Core requirement.) In this course we will consider the female immigrant experience through historical and contemporary cultural analysis. Learners will identify, articulate, and explore values as they interpret issues associated with women and immigration. This knowledge will be integrated into analysis and discussion of gender-related immigration and public policy issues.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41033IDC3150- -CE - -ASCPS VICTIMOLOGYNelsonOpen7/183.00

SCPS VICTIMOLOGY


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill either a Criminal Justice Elective, Human Services Elective OR Social World Core requirement.) The course examines crime victims, their quandary, and the relationships they have among social groups and institutions, such as the media, business, politicians, special interest groups, and social movements. Issues such as justice and compensation from the perspective of the victim, as well as society at large are examined. A review of programs designed to support victims from prevention and assistance through approaches that are gaining attention such as Restorative Justice, Victim Repayment, and Victim/Offender Mediation will be discussed. Also addressed is the interdisciplinary approach to the study of victims with particular relevance for students in the fields of criminal justice, human services and the social world.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40998IDC4900- -CO -C-ASCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONEKennedyOpen2/123.00

SCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONE


This course serves as the Core Program's capstone course with a final project that represents the student’s ability to define a contemporary problem and construct a defense of the thesis, both orally and in writing. The course also provides the opportunity for the student to reflect on the impact of Core Program learning and explore how that learning relates to a contemporary problem being studied. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40999IDC4900- -CO -C-BSCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONELisiOpen10/123.00

SCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONE


This course serves as the Core Program's capstone course with a final project that represents the student’s ability to define a contemporary problem and construct a defense of the thesis, both orally and in writing. The course also provides the opportunity for the student to reflect on the impact of Core Program learning and explore how that learning relates to a contemporary problem being studied. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41000IDC4900- -CO -C-CSCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONEKennedyOpen10/123.00

SCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONE


This course serves as the Core Program's capstone course with a final project that represents the student’s ability to define a contemporary problem and construct a defense of the thesis, both orally and in writing. The course also provides the opportunity for the student to reflect on the impact of Core Program learning and explore how that learning relates to a contemporary problem being studied. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40996MA 1080- -MAAN-C-ASCPS APPLIED MATHEMATICS: PROBLEM SOLVING USING EXCELTobinOpen14/153.00

SCPS APPLIED MATHEMATICS: PROBLEM SOLVING USING EXCEL


(Mathematical Analysis Core) This course provides an introduction to a variety of mathematical concepts focusing on real-world applications of mathematical modeling and meaning, rather than on proving theorems. This is an application-oriented course and the approach is practical. Learners will use Excel to find the solutions to real-world mathematical situations. Focusing on translating every day questions into mathematical problems to solve, the topics will include: Algebra, Sets, Graphing, Number Theory, Linear Equations and Inequalities, Statistics, Probability, and Consumer Mathematics. Part of the class is devoted to lecture and part will be an interactive lab. Although not required, this course is recommended as a preparatory course for Ma 151, Probability and Statistics.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

40997MA 1510- -MAAN-C-ASCPS PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSTobinOpen8/153.00

SCPS PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


(Mathematical Analysis Core) This course will explore the basic principles and methods of Probability and Statistics in order to develop: An awareness and appreciation of the role of statistics in our daily environment and activities; as well as a foundation for the advanced study and further application of statistics in one's particular area of specialization.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41006MBA510 - -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS & LIFE: BRIDGING THE GAPNilsonOpen10/183.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS & LIFE: BRIDGING THE GAP


This introductory course provides a foundation for the study of leadership through a comprehensive examination of the history, theories, and processes of leadership. Opportunities will be provided for learners to explore the application of specific leadership strategies and techniques within the context of challenges leaders face. Learners will be engaged in self-reflection and feedback activities geared toward assessing current strengths and formulating plans for building their own leadership skills.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41008MBA515 - -CE - -ASCPS INTEGRATEDMKTGCOMMUNICATION, BRANDING & PROMOTIONSMacDonaldOpen14/183.00

SCPS INTEGRATEDMKTGCOMMUNICATION, BRANDING & PROMOTIONS


Product and brand management are at the heart of an organization's survival. This course offers cutting-edge thinking on integrated marketing communication, branding, and promotion. The goal of this course is to prepare managers and/or potential managers to build brand assets and create an enduring advantage for their brands in the marketplace. Learners will be exposed to the contemporary challenges facing firms in creating and maintaining brand equity.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41009MBA530 - -CE - -ASCPS CORPORATE SOCRESPONSIBILITY: MAKING A BIGGER IMPACT ON THE WORLDCoplenOpen12/183.00

SCPS CORPORATE SOCRESPONSIBILITY: MAKING A BIGGER IMPACT ON THE WORLD


The fundamental component of CSR is essential in an age of transparency for business operations. This course provides an examination of business strategies and practices that offer a framework for planning and evaluating the integration of socially responsible decision-making into the day-to-day operations of the corporation. Focus is on benefits to all stakeholders of the organization. CSR serves as a differentiating factor for organizations in the long term to remain competitive in an evolving business environment. This course explores tying CSR to the organization’s core mission, as well as challenging students to think in new ways about the impact of business activities on the world.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41010MBA540 - -CE - -ASCPS SOCIETAL ECONOMIC ANALYSISCoplenOpen14/183.00

SCPS SOCIETAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS


Leaders must be able to critically examine a wide-range of interrelated organizational, governmental and societal issues by applying economic analysis. Learn to apply the economic theories, techniques and applications necessary to practically explore a variety of real-world domestic and global problems.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41011MBA550 - -CE - -ASCPS INFORMATION FOR STRATEGIC DECISION MAKINGSchankeOpen12/183.00

SCPS INFORMATION FOR STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING


Business leaders must have a solid grasp of the organizational change dynamics associated with new information systems being implemented. This course addresses the real world of Information Technology (IT) management. Topics include evaluating IT investment value, outsourcing, working with vendors, IT governance, IT project management, and IT security and trends.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41012MBA560 - -CE - -ASCPS GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGIESWeaverOpen17/183.00

SCPS GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGIES


Multinational corporations are increasingly exposed to greater risks associated with currency fluctuations, trade embargoes, and social and political instability. Similarly, domestic businesses must be increasingly aware of competitive threats related to new technologies or cheaper subsidized products arising from foreign entrants. Thus, globalization is a pervasive phenomenon that requires the attention of both foreign and local businesses alike. This course provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of the political, economic, social, and technological forces shaping today’s global business environment.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41013MBA570 - -CE - -ASCPS STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MGMTBrummerOpen17/183.00

SCPS STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT


This course will provide a comprehensive overview to strategic Human Resource Management (HRM) by exploring today’s Human Resource (HR) environment including current trends in HRM. The course examines the principles of employee recruitment and selection, performance management, employment law, employee compensation, talent development, and safety and wellness. The goal of this HRM course is to provide leaders with a deeper insight into their crucial role in the management of people and with an understanding of current best practices in the field of human resources.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41014MBA571 - -CE - -ASCPS ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORNiceOpen17/183.00

SCPS ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


Whatever the size and purpose of the organization and the technology involved, people are the common denominator when facing today’s immense challenges. Success or failure hinges on the ability to attract, develop, retain, motivate, and lead a diverse array of appropriately skilled people (and to do so in an ethical manner). The human factor drives everything. To know more about workplace behavior is to gain a valuable competitive edge. The purpose of this course is to support organizational participants to better understand and manage people at work.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41038MBA595 - -CE - -ASCPS APPLIED BUSINESS LEADERSHIP IN ACTIONFriesOpen18/183.00

SCPS APPLIED BUSINESS LEADERSHIP IN ACTION


What strategic moves are necessary for an organization to stay competitive in today’s ever-changing business environment? This capstone course challenges learners to integrate what they have learned from previous MBA courses. Learners will assess an organization’s current strategy and identify the next steps a leader should consider to strengthen the organization’s ability to compete successfully in the business world. (This is a capstone course and therefor intended to be the final course taken in the program. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register.)




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41654MCI530 - -GO - -ABUILDING SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY CAPACITYStaff, School of Human & Hlth ProfessOpen13/243.00

BUILDING SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY CAPACITY


3.00 credits. This course explores how teachers across the PK-12 continuum can create partnerships with parents and students that facilitate participation in the schools while also validating home culture and family concerns and aspirations. It reflects current research and theory in family literacy development, bilingual and multicultural education, critical pedagogy, participatory research, cooperative learning, and feminist perspectives. It examines the roles the community and family play in sustaining a cooperative and peaceful culture of learning.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41655MCI535 - -GO - -ACURRENT ISSUES AND TRENDS IN ASSMNT IN SPECIAL & APPLIED STATISTICSStaff, School of Human & Hlth ProfessOpen14/243.00

CURRENT ISSUES AND TRENDS IN ASSMNT IN SPECIAL & APPLIED STATISTICS


3.00 credits. This course emphasizes the latest research in the current trends of assessment and evaluation. The course discusses methods for planning assessments that are integrated with instruction, crafting assessment tools, crafting scoring rubrics, grading and evaluating students, assessing higher order thinking, and applied statistics for assessment and evaluation. Strategies are discussed that promote and evaluate the continual intellectual, social-emotional, and personal development of all learners.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41683MDA525 - -GO - -AAPPLICATIONS FOR DATA ANALYTICSTobinOpen17/183.00

APPLICATIONS FOR DATA ANALYTICS


3.00 credits. As a professional you will be asked to make decisions based on data. This course will introduce the different types of decisions made in an organizational setting and explain how data quality can affect decision making. There are several statistical tools and techniques that are commonly used by organizations to inform decision-making. These tools span numerous business functions and support many different objectives. This course describes, evaluates, and analyzes different statistical techniques and their real-world limitations and benefits. The application of statistics to inform data-driven decisions in various sectors, such as manufacturing, health care, education and government will be discussed.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41684MDA530 - -GO - -ADATA ANALYSIS FOR MANAGERSTobinOpen16/183.00

DATA ANALYSIS FOR MANAGERS


3.00 credits. Statistical Process Control is all about boosting quality. Quality management can not only deliver value to customers and stakeholders, it can also enable data-driven decision-making that helps organizations gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace. This course will introduce the basics of quality management, explaining the difference between quality control and quality assurance, providing methods for the application of analysis. It also looks at common graphical representations of data and how these can be effective tools to explain situations and support persuasive arguments for a course of action.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41656MED510 - -GO - -AINTRODUCTION TO STEM AND STEM EDUCATIONStaff, School of Human & Hlth ProfessOpen24/243.00

INTRODUCTION TO STEM AND STEM EDUCATION


3.00 credits. This course will focus on the historical development of STEM as an integrated educational paradigm and its impact on our current educational system. Trends and issues in the current STEM movement, STEM schools, STEM educational policy, and past, integrated curricular movements, such as STS and STSE, will all be discussed in the course.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41657MED520 - -GO - -ASTEM CURRICULUM, PEDAGOGY, AND ASSESSMENTStaff, School of Human & Hlth ProfessOpen24/243.00

STEM CURRICULUM, PEDAGOGY, AND ASSESSMENT


3.00 credits. This course will focus on the interrelationship between STEM curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. STEM curriculum documents such as state and national standards, alternative STEM pedagogies, and a range of appropriate assessment strategies will be examined in the course.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41015MHA510 - -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT IN HEALTH CARESeaversOpen14/183.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT IN HEALTH CARE


This course examines the major leadership and management approaches in public and private health care agencies. The course will focus on management principles in the American health care delivery system, including the roles of patients, third party insurance payers, and health care professionals. The course presents contemporary thinking about leadership and management skills, competencies, and how management "gets it done" in health care orgranizations. This course will also explore both the structure and functions of health care organizations. How governance, administration, and professional components interface to provide proper health care to society will be examined. The course will similarly explore health care leadership approaches to evaluate a student's leadership skill set. In addition, students will apply management skills and techniques to case studies and real-life situations involving health care administration. Students will showcase critical thinking skills with support from outside references, in addition to the assigned reading, in order to better understand health care leadership and management.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41016MHA573 - -CE - -ASCPS HEALTH CARE POLICY: ETHICS, COMPLIANCE, AND LEGAL ISSUESRoutledgeOpen15/183.00

SCPS HEALTH CARE POLICY: ETHICS, COMPLIANCE, AND LEGAL ISSUES


This course addresses the government's responsibility to respect the interests, promote and protect the health and welfare, and uphold the rights of the public. Students will explore health care policy, applications of health care law and ethics, and managment ideas, theories, and case studies.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41034MK 3240- -CE - -ASCPS MARKETING STRATEGIESStaffOpen17/183.00

SCPS MARKETING STRATEGIES


3.00 credits. This course focuses upon the application and implementation of marketing theories for strategic outcomes, including B2B. Case studies will be the primary learning tools, with students developing a summative marketing plan based upon the theories and strategies discussed.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41017MOD562 - -CE - -ASCPS LEADING INNOVATION & CHANGE THROUGH CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATIONMitchellOpen17/183.00

SCPS LEADING INNOVATION & CHANGE THROUGH CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATION


Successful strategic leaders must facilitate collaboration within and amongst diverse organizations---including local, regional and international partners in the public, private, and service sectors. These partners will have varied and often conflicting goals, incentives, power bases, resources, and cultures. Participating in a course-long student-led cross-sector strategic planning case study, students will strengthen their capacity and creativity to apply the collaborative leadership needed in a wide range of future forums, especially economic development in fragile localities.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41652MSF500 - -GO - -AFUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE PLANNINGBlankOpen24/243.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE PLANNING


3.00 credits. Fundamentals and Insurance Planning is a required course of CFP® Certification. MSF 500 covers fundamental principles in financial planning and fundamental principles in the theory of insurance. By design, the course covers various aspects of financial planning strategies emphasizing applicable knowledge and techniques with which a financial service professional shall be equipped to best service clients based on CFP Board’s Financial Planning Practice Standards, Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Rules of Conduct, as well as rules of Disciplinary Rule and Procedures. In addition, the course also covers the latest common insurance products and practices emphasizing knowledge and techniques in insurance planning with which a financial service professionals shall be equipped to best service clients The course provides a solid foundation in financial planning while focusing on practical skills.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41653MSF505 - -GO - -AINVESTMENT PLANNINGNeuhauserOpen18/183.00

INVESTMENT PLANNING


3.00 credits. Investment Planning is a required course of CFP® Certification. MSF 505 covers fundamental concepts, theories. Principles, and strategies in investment planning. By design, the course covers various aspects of investment planning strategies emphasizing applicable knowledge and techniques with which a financial service professionals shall be equipped to best service clients. The course provides a solid foundation in investment planning while focusing on practical skills.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41007MSL510 - -CE - -ASCPS FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIPNilsonOpen16/183.00

SCPS FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP


This introductory course provides a foundation for the study of leadership through a comprehensive examination of the history, theories, and processes of leadership. Opportunities will be provided for learners to explore the application of specific leadership strategies and techniques within the context of challenges leaders face. Learners will be engaged in self-reflection and feedback activities geared toward assessing current strengths and formulating plans for building their own leadership skills.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41722MSL510 - -CE - -BSCPS FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIPGarrettOpen18/183.00

SCPS FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP


This introductory course provides a foundation for the study of leadership through a comprehensive examination of the history, theories, and processes of leadership. Opportunities will be provided for learners to explore the application of specific leadership strategies and techniques within the context of challenges leaders face. Learners will be engaged in self-reflection and feedback activities geared toward assessing current strengths and formulating plans for building their own leadership skills.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41018MSL520 - -CE - -ASCPS STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIPGarrettOpen8/183.00

SCPS STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP


This introductory course emphasizes the importance and practice of communication in a leader’s skill set. Learners will explore optimal communications strategies based on the message, the circumstance and the audience, and will apply those skills to a variety of real-world case studies to ensure positive outcomes that resolve or prevent communication breakdowns.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41019MSL530 - -CE - -ASCPS APPLIED RESEARCH FOR STRATEGIC LEADERSHIPMcVeyOpen12/183.00

SCPS APPLIED RESEARCH FOR STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP


This course develops the learner’s ability to think critically, with an eye toward the long term view. Learners will identify and analyze problems, interpret data, and make decisions that avoid common errors. Learners will achieve valid, reliable results by applying the fundamentals of scientific research with quantitative and qualitative research methods.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41020MSL550 - -CE - -ASCPS ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN & DEVELOPMENTStaffOpen11/183.00

SCPS ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT


Through the exploration of organizational theory, case studies and experiential activities, learners will study the systemic nature of organizations and how to apply that knowledge to organizational design and development. The course will focus on how vision and goals strategically drive an organization and how they may be integrated into design and development.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41021MSL570 - -CE - -ASCPS DESIGN THINKING FOR LEADERSMitchellOpen16/183.00

SCPS DESIGN THINKING FOR LEADERS


In this course, students will explore the fundamentals of design thinking and how it can be applied to improve their organization's performance. Students will be immersed in a problem space, and use the design thinking process to develop a solution. Students will estabilsh a framework for collaborative problem solving and learn the steps involved in creating an innovative organizational environment. Through case studies of design thinking in action, students will explore the opportunities and challenges of this approach. The relationship of design thinking and adaptive leadership will be integrated as students demonstrate that design thinking can be applied to multiple fields.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41039MSL595 - -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIP FOR TODAY AND TOMORROWGarrettOpen17/183.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW


Within today's ever-changing world, effective leadership is pivotal in determining the success of mobilizing others to reach their fullest potential in an environment where resources continue to be limited. This capstone course challenges learners to apply what they have learned from previous MSL courses by assessing an organization's current strategy and identifying areas of opportunities where the implementation of strategic leadership principles could have a positive social impact. Prerequisite(s): MSL 530 - Applying Research to Strategic Leadership.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes: RBI

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41744NUR150 - -GO - -AFOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (FS 1500)DesjardinsOpen15/153.00

FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (FS 1500)


3.00 credits. Foundations for Accelerated Learning is designed to introduce adult learners to the scholarly demands of Elizabethtown College’s accelerated coursework. Emphasis is placed upon self-reflection and collaboration with peers, implementing skills for success in an accelerated learning environment, evaluating personal strengths, and identifying strategies to overcome challenges. Students will develop research, writing, and presentation skills that lay the foundation for future success.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41745NUR150 - -GO - -BFOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (FS 1500)ArcherOpen15/153.00

FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING (FS 1500)


3.00 credits. Foundations for Accelerated Learning is designed to introduce adult learners to the scholarly demands of Elizabethtown College’s accelerated coursework. Emphasis is placed upon self-reflection and collaboration with peers, implementing skills for success in an accelerated learning environment, evaluating personal strengths, and identifying strategies to overcome challenges. Students will develop research, writing, and presentation skills that lay the foundation for future success.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41035NUR252 - -GO - -ANURSING RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICEZabrecky FrangesOpen16/184.00

NURSING RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE


4.00 credits. This course emphasizes the role of the nurse as a researcher. The course introduces the research process and method of critiquing research literature, theoretical framework of a research study, quantitative and qualitative methodology to accomplish goals, and dissemination of research findings. This course focuses on the integration of evidence into clinical nursing practice. A major theme throughout the course is the nurse’s utilization of research findings in health care and the use of research process as a systematic, formal and precise process to find solutions to problems.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes: Optional class mtg: 11/24 at 6:00-8:00pm

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

NUR252 - -GO - -ALEC - NURSING RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICEW 6:00PM - 8:00PM
41036NUR350 - -GO - -ACARE OF THE CHRONICALLY ILLZabrecky FrangesOpen16/184.00

CARE OF THE CHRONICALLY ILL


4.00 credits. This course will examine the concepts such as the care of the chronically ill, principles of end-of-life care, palliative care and pain management. Special emphasis will be placed upon communication strategies and exploration of ethical issues which cause nurses moral distress.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes: Optional class mtg: 10/13 at 6:00-8:00pm

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41037NUR450 - -GO - -ANURSING LEADERSHIPCardenasOpen17/184.00

NURSING LEADERSHIP


4.00 credits. Successful leadership of individuals and teams requires strategic leaders to employ aspects of situational and transformational leadership principles. This course will examine how individual personalities, team dynamics, corporate structures and organizational needs provide direction for a strategic leader. Learners will explore strategies to resolve conflicts in the workplace. Learners will explore how tasks and goals impact team design and function, leading to building effective teams, including team leadership. Learners will also take a look at best practices in face-to-face and virtual teams.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes: Optional class mtg: 9/8 at 6:00-8:00pm

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 75-99%

Location: ONLNE

NUR450 - -GO - -ALEC - NURSING LEADERSHIPW 6:00PM - 8:00PM
41001PHY1120- -NW -C-ASCPS INVESTIGATIONS IN ASTRONOMYYoderOpen15/184.00

SCPS INVESTIGATIONS IN ASTRONOMY


(Natural World, 4 Credits) This course will introduce modern astronomy with a focus on our solar system and the celestial bodies it contains. This will serve as the backdrop for explorations of the scientific method and developing evaluative thinking skills. We will explore the historical perspective of humanity’s explorations of space. While studying the origins of the cosmos students will be challenged to define our place in the universe. Lab work will consist of a combination of digital simulations and naked eye astronomy, all with the goal of bringing space down to Earth.




Subterm: F3 (11/8/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41002PSY1050- -SOWD-C-ASCPS GENERAL PSYCHOLOGYVergheseOpen17/183.00

SCPS GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY


(Social World Core Course) This course provides an introduction to the science of psychology, including methods of inquiry, the biological perspective, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, stress and health, social psychology, neuroscience, and personality.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41003PSY2080- -NW -C-ASCPS HEALTH PSYCHOLOGYVergheseOpen8/124.00

SCPS HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY


(Natural World Core, 4 credits) Health Psychology is a specific, and relatively recently developed, branch of psychology which interrelates psychological knowledge, theory, and practices with the biological and sociological disciplines devoted to health. This course examines the status, place and function of psychology in the medical setting, explores the psychology of illness and its twin components of stress and pain, illustrates the behavioral aspects of specific diseases (cardiovascular, cancer, etc.) as well as habits such as tobacco smoking, alcohol use, and unnecessary eating. Alternate and healthful lifestyle habits are reviewed. The laboratory integrated with this course involves the adult learner directly with the techniques and practices of health psychology.




Subterm: F2 (9/27/2021 - 10/29/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41004SSC2620- -NW -C-ASCPS ENVIRONMENTAL CHOICESYoderOpen16/184.00

SCPS ENVIRONMENTAL CHOICES


(Natural World Core, 4 credits) This class will explore human impacts on the earth and the consequences of these impacts for the human and non-human living systems; ethical considerations for environmental decision-making; and avenues for more sustainable living. A field trip component of the course will require participants to travel to the local destination and may include walking and hiking while exposed to the elements.




Subterm: F1 (8/23/2021 - 9/24/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41665TIC500 - -GO - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TRAUMACoyleOpen15/243.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TRAUMA


3.00 credits. This course focuses on the definition of trauma, types of trauma, trauma prevalence rates within specific populations, and factors that contribute to and buffer against the development of traumatic stress reaction (TSR). Additionally, signs of secondary traumatic stress experienced by professionals working with children exposed to trauma and self-care strategies are provided.




Subterm: A1 (8/23/2021 - 10/15/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

41666TIC520 - -GO - -ATHE IMPACT OF TRAUMA ON BRAIN ARCHITECTURE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENTCoyleOpen18/243.00

THE IMPACT OF TRAUMA ON BRAIN ARCHITECTURE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT


3.00 credits. This course examines how toxic stress reaction to childhood trauma can alter brain structure and, in turn, affect attention, self-regulation, decision-making, learning, and physical and emotional health and well-being. The ameliorating effects of establishing safe and secure environments in which children live and learn and healthy connections to adults and peers are also explored.




Subterm: A2 (10/18/2021 - 12/10/2021)

Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE