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When moving into the registered professional nurse (RN) role, it is important for students to have developed the knowledge and competencies necessary to succeed in this complex career. Topics affecting the everyday job of the RN include nursing history, nursing organizations, regulatory agencies, ethics, law, technology, health care delivery systems, and scope of practice. In …

Genealogical professionals approach and solve difficult identity inquiries by thoroughly dissecting, analyzing, and reassembling complex genealogical problems. In GENE 350: Advanced Genealogical Research, students examine how to apply best practices and strategies to solve identity cases that are similar to the cases professionals would work on. Students work together, discussing ethical considerations, investigating difficult genealogical …

The synergistic relationship of technology and society spans from the age of early man with the invention of simple tools, to the 15th century with the invention of the printing press, to modern times with the computer. TECH 230: Technology and Society covers technological change from historical, artistic, and philosophical perspectives and its effect on …

“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.” This statement, made by Martin Luther King Jr., reflects the personal humility and social responsibility that is sometimes needed to be a transformative leader. Who are transformative leaders? What are their characteristics, ethics, and challenges? What other type of leaders …

PSY 364: I/O Psychology           Who should take this class?  Anyone who has a job. What the heck is it? Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O Psychology) is the study of psychology in the workplace.   What do you learn? How to: Recruit and keep the right employees. Increase motivation and performance. Improve morale. Create and perform effective evaluations. What’s …

SOC 247 is a new course that examines Sport as an institution affecting and reflecting virtually all aspects of American society. Sport has existed since the dawn of civilization, and in America, sports have become a cornerstone of society’s functioning, whether at the local or national level. This new course, which requires no textbook purchase, …