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Saturday Courses

Spring 2018

Development of Western Civilization, I

HIS 131, Section 91
Days/Times: Saturday, 11:05am - 1:30pm
Room: Dooley Memorial 119
Professor: Dr. Jeremy Gates
Course Overview: A survey of the development of the West from the emergence of the earliest civilizations in Mesopotamia and Egypt to the formation of modern European nation states in the sixteenth centuries, emphasizing the ideas, values, events, and institutions that have influenced the present. 

Business Communication

COS 333, Section 91
Days/Times: Saturday, 8:30am - 11:00am
Room: Wolfson 4026
Professor: Valerie Giroux
Course Overview: Study and practice in the major forms of spoken and written communication in the context of businesses and other professional organizational settings.

Health Communication

COS 324, Section 91
Days/Times:  Saturday, 11:15am - 1:45pm
Room:  Wolfson 4028
Professor: Shara Pavlow
Course Overview: This course is designed to provide a broad introduction to human communication in a health-care context. Emphasis will be on issues of social support, patient-health professional/caregiver interaction, organizational culture, planning health promotion campaigns, and cultural conceptions of health and illness. 


Evening Courses 

Intermediate Spanish for Heritage Learners

SPA 207, Section K
Days/Times: Mon & Wed, 6:25pm - 7:40pm
Room: Dooley Memorial 208
Professor: TBA
Course Overview: Designed for students with some prior instruction in Spanish who, because of family background or social experience, can understand casual spoken Spanish and have some functional communication abilities in the language. Focus on developing basic speaking, reading, and writing abilities.


Interdisciplinary Courses

Persuasion

COS 472, Section 1U
Days/Times: Tuesday, 6:00pm - 8:40pm
Room: Communication Int'l 4055
Professor: David Steingberg
Course Overview: A review of theory, research, and practice of the international use of symbols to influence attitudes, beliefs, and actions.

Human Resource Management

MGT 302, Section JX
Days/Times: Monday, 6:00pm - 8:40pm
Room: Allen Hall 203
Professor: Sheryl Alonso
Course Overview: Theory and practive of modern personnel management related to the other management functions in the conduct of the enterprise. Attention is focused on the needs of the line executive as well as those intending to pursue a staff career.

Writing the Research Paper

ENG 333, Section y1 (Online)
Days/Times: Online
Room: Online
Professor: Adina Sanchez-Garcia
Course Overview: Advanced techniques in conducting research and writing the research paper. Use of traditional library resources, online searches, the Internet, and other research methods. Strategies for effective presentation of research findings.