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EDUC 403NRSG 506ANTH 100JPST 354ENGR 305APSC 169PHYS 122MGMT 424INDG 309HIST 115
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Becoming a Scholar-Practitioner
Qualitative Research
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Japanese Cinema
Engineering Economic Analysis
Fundamentals of Sustainable Engineering Design
Physics for the Life Sciences II
Enterprise Systems Management
Indigenous Perspectives on HealthWorld History from First to Second World War
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The cultivation of knowledge and understanding regarding the interdisciplinary foundations of educational principles, policies and practices, all of which are examined through large group contexts, seminars and field experiences.
Understanding the predominant approaches in qualitative research. Knowledge and skills in conducting qualitative research, including methodology, research design, data collection, data analysis, and communication of findings.
An overview of social and cultural anthropologyits origins, its distinctive methods and concepts, and its place in the contemporary world. A critical examination of human diversity and how social and cultural differences are produced and shaped by local and global patterns.
Historical and thematic survey of major directors, genres, and traditions in Japanese film from 1950 to the present. In English.
Cost concepts, accounting, time value of money; depreciation and taxes; public sector projects; economic evaluation techniques; handling uncertainty; sustainability in economic evaluation; societal context; infrastructure management needs; project impacts, mitigating risk. Case studies.
Theory and practice of sustainable engineering. Awareness and risk analysis of potential impacts on society and the environment over the lifecycle of engineering projects. Engineering design process, project lifecycle, and professional responsibility. Team-based design project.
Introduction to physics primarily for students majoring in the life sciences. Basic concepts of simple harmonic motion, sound, physical and wave optics, electricity, electric circuits, and magnetism with biological applications. Experimental laboratory investigations in electricity, magnetism, waves and optics.
Examines enterprise systems and its components including enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relations management (CRM), and supply chain management (SCM). Integration of enterprise-wide information systems and the managerial and technical issues in planning, designing, acquiring, implementing, and extending enterprise systems. Includes first-hand experience with a commercial ERP system software package.
Introduction to current thinking about Indigenous peoples' health, and especially Indigenous peoples' perspectives on health and contemporary health systems. Includes a critical examination of concepts of health within the context of ongoing processes of colonization.Study of the emergence of the contemporary world from the origins of World War I to the aftermath of World War II.
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format notescohort takes all EDUC classes together
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