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Fundamentals of Business Communication & Critical Analysis

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

This course provides rigorous instruction in the basics of written and oral communication for managers. Instruction will focus on necessary writing, analytical reading, and critical thinking required in business. This is a writing-intensive course preparing students for the challenges of BC 290. Additionally, the course is devoted to improving students' verbal skills in articulation, presentation skills, and confidence in sharing ideas in class.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Blended
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
Business Communications
Number: 
BC230-01Z
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Peoples and Cultures of Africa

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

An in-depth study of selected African societies, examining traditional institutions, the colonial situation, and modernization.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
Anthropology
Number: 
ANTH272-01Z
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Special Topics

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

Selected topics in Communication.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
Communication
Number: 
COMM380-01Z
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Language, Literacy and Community

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

This course is designed to be taken in conjunction with ENGL 285. It provides theoretical and practical foundations for teaching second language adult literacy. Course work considers participants' own language/literacy acquisition processes and practice as tutors. The course focuses on learner-centered approaches to teaching adult ESL/literacy.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
English
Number: 
ENGL284-01A
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Contemporary Issues in Global Affairs

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

This course focuses on major issue areas and topics with an international dimension and/or global impact and with salience for the emerging patterns of world politics. While engaging in critical analysis of current topics, it also examines the broader conceptual context and analytic framework which explain interactions among nations.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
Global Affairs
Number: 
GLBAFF301-01A
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Social Problems

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

A course concentrating on institutional formation and change. Specifically, it covers the definition and explanation of social problems, individual, group and governmental responses to them, implications of social policy, in-depth case studies, and discussion of contemporary social problems.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
Sociology
Number: 
SOCIOL160-01A
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Women's Health Care

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

This course focuses on women's concerns in relation to health. Topics include health issues unique to women (such as birth control, pregnancy, childbearing); nutrition; occupational health; health and aging; women as health workers; and the history, activities, and influence of the women's health movement.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
Women's and Gender Studies
Number: 
WGS260-01B
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Modern Japan

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

A historical survey of economic, social, political and cultural developments in Japan from 1800 to the present, special consideration of economic and foreign policy problems. ASIAN 363L and HIST 363L are the same course.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Undergraduate
Subject: 
History
Number: 
HIST363L-01B
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Advanced Pathophysiology

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

This course presents the pathophysiological knowledge required of the advanced practice nurse to practice in the management of pathophysiological disorders in primary and tertiary care settings. It includes genetic and cellular mechanisms of diseases, the immune responses and selected disorders throughout life span. It explores current research findings and theory relevant to the pathophysiology of common illnesses. Students analyze laboratory data in light of actual and potential pathophysiological processes. Special emphasis is given to the case study presentations to aid student application of pathophysiologic process to advanced nursing practice in diverse populations.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Graduate
Subject: 
Nursing
Number: 
NURSNG614-02Z
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Epidemiologic Methods

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 19:38:38 +0000

This course builds on prior knowledge of the basic principles of epidemiology while introducing methods of epidemiologic analysis, and their application to the field of advanced practice nursing (APRN) at the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) level. The course is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge to critically evaluate health research based on epidemiologic standards. In addition, students will learn to perform preliminary analyses of epidemiologic, biostatistical, environmental, and other scientific data to address basic questions related to individual, aggregate, and population health. Students will analyze public use datasets and interpret published government reports describing population health status and the occurrence of diseases in populations at the local, state, and national levels.

Campus: 
Boston
Format: 
Online
Level: 
Graduate
Subject: 
Nursing
Number: 
NURSNG780-01Z
Semester: 
Summer 2018
Registration Status: 
Closed
Registration: 
Monday, April 2, 2018 to Tuesday, June 5, 2018