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Previously Offered Courses

The courses below were offered during a previous winter session.

BIOL 110 - General Biology Lecture and Lab

Biology 110 presents basic biological concepts and issues for non-biology majors.

ECON 224 - Introduction to Economics

ECON 224 will introduce you to both major topics of economics, microeconomics and macroeconomics.

FINA 333 - Finance and Markets

Finance and Markets provides an in-depth introduction to the world of finance. 

HIST 108 - Science and Technology in World History

HIST 108 is a general survey of developments of science and technology in world civilizations from antiquity to the present, emphasizing the ways in which social and personal values and ethics were shaped—and were shaped by—those developments.

HRTM 110 - Introduction to Hospitality Industry

This course will give students an overview of the vast hospitality industry.

HRTM 260 - Hotel Management

This course will focus on the management of the lodging phase of the hospitality industry to include front office, housekeeping, sales & marketing, maintenance areas, and food & beverage among others.

HRTM 280 - Social Science Foundations of Tourism

The course is designed to introduce you to the tourism field from a general system’s perspective using traditional social science disciplines such as sociology, psychology, economics, geography, and destination planning as parts of the system.

HRTM 285 - Club Management

This course is designed to be a basic introduction to the private club segment of the hospitality industry. 

HRTM 344 - Personnel Organization and Supervision

Introduction into recruitment, selection, utilization, and development of human resources; the role of supervisors in management; and personnel administration.

HRTM 364 - Conference and Meeting Planning

HRTM 364 is an introductory course of conference and meeting planning.

HRTM 490 - Hospitality Management Strategies

The course will focus on planning and managing strategic activities in the highly competitive hospitality business environment.

JOUR 201 - Principles of Public Relations

This course is designed to provide an overview of the field of public relations, including information about its history, theoretical foundations, the PR planning process, possible career paths, and key terms, concepts and issues you’ll need to understand to work in public relations or related industries.

JOUR 333 - Public Relations for Non-Profit Organizations

This is an elective course in nonprofit public relations, designed for students interested in entering the nonprofit communications field.

MGSC 290 - Computer Information Systems in Business

Computer Information Systems in Business is designed for students to develop a strong foundation and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Excel as a tool in business communications, analysis and decision making.

MUSC 110 - Introduction to Music

This course is an introductory survey of the literature and styles of western art music.

MUSC 210 - Understanding the Psychology of Music

Various psychological and psychosocial aspects of human musical behavior, including introductory musical acoustics, perception and cognition of music, music and the brain, music processing across world cultures, music and emotions, music and human health, music in social contexts, and principles of experimental design.

SPCH 145 - Online Public Communication

This course is an introduction to the best practices in online public communication and the theories that explain and guide those practices. 

SPTE 110 - Sport and Entertainment in American Life

This course explores common questions and issues about sport and its relation to society through various sociological and cultural lenses. 

SPTE 202 - Introduction to Live Entertainment Management

The study of underlying themes in entertainment management and its application to music, family shows, and other live entertainment business venues.

SPTE 203 - Introduction to Event and Venue Management

This course will introduce students to the important and related segments of the sport and entertainment industry.

SPTE 320 - Sport and the Law

Sport and the Law is designed to assist the student in acquiring knowledge of legal issues that frequently arise in the context of sport. 

WGST 112 - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies is a social science perspective of women in psychological, sociological, historical, anthropological, economic, and political contexts; changing roles, images, and institutions will be examined.

BIOL 110 - General Biology Lecture and Lab

Biology 110 presents basic biological concepts and issues for non-biology majors.

ECON 224 - Introduction to Economics

Economics is the study of how individuals, firms, and societies make decisions under scarcity.

HRTM 110 - Introduction to Hospitality Industry

History, growth, developments, and future opportunities in the hospitality industry.

HRTM 260 - Hotel Management

Management of the lodging phase of the hospitality industry to include front desk, housekeeping, and maintenance areas.

HRTM 344 - Personnel Organization and Supervision

Recruitment, selection, utilization, and development of human resources; role of supervisors in management and personnel administration.

MGSC 290 - Computer Information Systems in Business

An introduction to the effective use of information systems tools in day-to-day business communications, analysis, and decision making.

MUSC 110 - Introduction to Music

Perceptive listening and appreciation of musical elements, forms and style periods, including composers’ lives, individual styles and representative works. Emphasis on classical music; jazz and American popular music included.

MUSC 210 - Understanding the Psychology of Music

Various psychological and psychosocial aspects of human musical behavior, including introductory musical acoustics, perception and cognition of music, music and the brain, music processing across world cultures, music and emotions, music and human health, music in social contexts, and principles of experimental design.

RETL 242 - HRSM Professional Communications

Theory, processes, and applications of professional communications.

RETL 250 - Sustainability in Fashion and Retail

Examination of concepts, practices, and opportunities of fashion sustainability (such as social and environmental responsibility) available to designers, developers and consumers.

RETL 261 - Principles of Accounting I

A study of the accounting cycle with emphasis on preparation and analysis of financial statements.

RETL 265 - Principles of Retailing

Management methods, location analysis, store organization, personnel, planning, buying and pricing techniques, and customer service policies for retail firms.

SLIS 202 - Introduction to Information Literacy and Technology

An introduction to the basic information technologies used in all types of information organizations and the essential concepts and skills needed for information literacy.

SPTE 110 - Sport and Entertainment in American Life

The American sport and entertainment enterprise: background, influences, and trends; collegiate and professional sport organizations; ownership and unionization; media portrayals.

SPTE 202 - Introduction to Live Entertainment Management

The study of underlying themes in entertainment management and its application to music, family shows, and other live entertainment business venues.

SPTE 320 - Sport and the Law

Laws and regulatory bodies affecting the management of sport personnel, facilities, and events.

 


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