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P A 0604 Methods of Analysis in Public Affairs

Research design for problems and cases in public affairs; summarizing and organizing data; methods of projection; sampling theory and application; using census and other secondary data sources.

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Joshua Chanin
2018 Fall
P A 0606 Seminar in Quantitative Approaches in Public Affairs

Advanced techniques for analyzing problems in public and urban affairs; emphasis on computer applications.

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October 29 - December 14
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Nicole Bracy
2018 Fall
P A 0660 Administration and Public Policy Development

Social, political and administrative problems involved in govern-
mental program development and change.

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October 29 - December 14
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Shawn Flanigan
P A 0600 Scope of Public Administration

The development of public administration as an academic discipline; a systematic evaluation of the rise and operations of large-scale public bureaucracies.

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Kelley Crockett
2018 Fall
B A 0059 Ethics in the Workplace

HR professionals today are responsible for adding value to the organizations they serve and contributing to the ethical success of those organizations; HR professionals function as a key source of ethical awareness for managers and employees. This course heightens awareness of when integrity and an understanding of ethical issues are required, not only when advising others, but also when addressing the issues HR professionals face. Students learn to recognize the parts of their jobs in which ethical issues are most likely to be experienced, to develop solutions, evaluate their impacts, and decide on a course of action. Additionally, students understand the impact of cultural and organizational pressures to conform; identify when to escalate issues and to whom; know the early warning signals of conflict between personal and work values; and assess how to maintain personal integrity.

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October 8 - November 12
$275
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Dari DeSousa
2018 Fall
B A 0058 Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence for Advanced-Problem Solving in the Workplace. In this interactive online course, learn the meaning and purpose of emotional intelligence (E.I.) with regard to personal and social competence. Through instructor mentoring, group discussions, in-class and out-of-class assignments, and personal journaling, you will learn:

  • The four critical skills of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.
  • How to recognize, understand, and manage your emotions; take an emotional intelligence test for a comprehensive view of your E.I.
  • How to identify behaviors that are hallmarks of high emotional intelligence, and explore its connection to advanced workplace performance.
  • How to increase your E.I. skills and your ability to influence others.
  • A variety of skills to address workplace conflict, and improve communication and interpersonal relationships.
  • How to be strengths-focused, and how character and competence build credibility and trust in the workplace.
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October 29 - December 3
ED 0997.155 Understanding "At-Risk" Youth: A Social Context

This course is designed to address and discuss the cultural and social-emotional effects of living in heavily gang and drug impacted environments have on the perspectives and values of youth we serve.

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Tanis Starck
HTM 0602 Theoretical Foundations of Leadership and Management in HTM

Directed reading and discussion of textual materials designed as an underpinning for future coursework and analytical projects pertaining to leadership and management in the hospitality, tourism, and recreation professions.

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Lawrence A Beck
2018 Fall
HTM 0653 Leading in Complex Human Systems in HTM

Human side of leadership with a focus on individuals, teams, and networks in interdependent and complex organizational systems in hospitality and tourism management. Investigates adaptive leadership, culture development, and performance improvement within the context of organizational development and change.

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September 23 - December 15
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EDL 0680 Seminar in PK-12 Educational Administration: Seminar for Personalized Learning and Leading Through Technology

Educational administration in preK-12 schools and school districts. Field experience when appropriate.

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