2016-2017 Graduate Academic Catalogue 
    
    Aug 17, 2019  
2016-2017 Graduate Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Graduate Business

   •  GB 753 - Legal, Ethical, and Global Perspectives of Cyber Security
   •  GB 754 - Introduction to Cyber Security Strategy
   •  GB 757 - Systems Thinking and Risk Assessment
   •  GB 759 - Special Topics in Management Information Systems
   •  GB 761 - Financial Accounting Problems II
   •  GB 762 - Cost Accounting
   •  GB 764 - Federal Taxation of Business Entities
   •  GB 765 - Auditing
   •  GB 770 - Special Topics in Law and Social Responsibility
   •  GB 772 - Power, Privilege, and Professional Identity
   •  GB 774 - Business Law: Commercial Transactions
   •  GB 778 - Employment Law
   •  GB 779 - International Study Tour: Corporate Social Responsibility
   •  GB 780 - Pricing Strategy
   •  GB 781 - Monetary Policy Analysis
   •  GB 782 - International Economics
   •  GB 789 - Special Topics in Business Economics
   •  GB 791 - Leadership
   •  GB 792 - Human Resources Management
   •  GB 793 - Leading Organizational Change
   •  GB 795 - Special Topics in International Business
   •  GB 796 - International Management
   •  GB 797 - Special Topics in Management
   •  GB 798 - Global Strategy
   •  GB 822 - Fixed Income Securities
   •  GB 823 - Derivatives and Risk Management
   •  GB 825 - Special Topics in Finance
   •  GB 827 - Valuation
   •  GB 828 - Sellinger Applied Portfolio Management
   •  GB 850 - Global Information Systems
   •  GB 851 - Strategic Business Intelligence
   •  GB 858 - Information Technology Strategy
   •  GB 867 - Special Topics in Financial Accounting
   •  GB 891 - Family-Owned Business Seminar
   •  GB 894 - Advanced Topics in International Trade, Finance, and Investment
   •  GB 896 - Power and Influence
   •  GB 897 - Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
   •  GB 898 - New Approaches for Global Competitiveness

Kodály Music Education

   •  KM 590 - Solfa Fundamentals
   •  KM 852 - Kodály Methodology, Level I
   •  KM 853 - Kodály Materials, Level I
   •  KM 856 - Choral Studies for the Music Educator, Level I
   •  KM 860 - Solfa: Sight Singing and Ear Training, Level I
   •  KM 952 - Kodály Methodology, Level II
   •  KM 953 - Kodály Materials, Level II
   •  KM 956 - Choral Studies for the Music Educator, Level II
   •  KM 957 - Conducting I
   •  KM 960 - Solfa: Sight Singing and Ear Training, Level II
   •  KM 992 - Choral Studies for the Music Educator, Level III
   •  KM 993 - Kodály Materials, Level III
   •  KM 994 - Kodály Methodology, Level III
   •  KM 995 - Solfa: Sight Singing and Ear Training, Level III

Liberal Studies

   •  LS 600 - Self and World: Fundamental Issues in Human Existence
   •  LS 617 - Voters, Campaigns, and Elections in the United States
   •  LS 641 - Human, Animal, Machine: Nature in Technological Society
   •  LS 679 - Literary Biography
   •  LS 798 - Special Topics in Liberal Studies
   •  LS 799 - Capstone Project in Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies: Creative Process

   •  LS 671 - Surrealism and Cinema
   •  LS 673 - Minding Metaphors
   •  LS 675 - The Critical Eye: Looking at Art
   •  LS 677 - Understanding Comics: The World of Graphic Literature
   •  LS 680 - Critical Methodologies: Humor Studies
   •  LS 681 - Living Theatre
   •  LS 684 - All is Fair in Love and War: A Survey of Women's Texts from 900 to 2012
   •  LS 685 - Religion and Popular Culture
   •  LS 687 - A Sensory Approach to Creative and Practical Nonfiction Writing
   •  LS 689 - American Film Classics
   •  LS 690 - The 1970s: Ideas Have Consequences
   •  LS 691 - Writing a Life: Architecture of the Memoir
   •  LS 695 - Books in Context: The American Best Seller, 1960-1990
   •  LS 697 - Reading Television
   •  LS 760 - Women on the Verge: Adventures in the Transgressive Feminine
   •  LS 766 - The Art of the Modern Essay
   •  LS 770 - Relationships Between Men and Women in Literature
   •  LS 772 - The Sagas of the Seventies
   •  LS 773 - American Film and Society, 1955-1975
   •  LS 776 - Thinking through Genre
   •  LS 777 - Short Story Writing

Liberal Studies: Historical Approaches

   •  LS 601 - Guilt and Innocence: America in the Twentieth Century
   •  LS 604 - Modern Hispanic-American Fiction
   •  LS 608 - Latino Perspectives on the United States
   •  LS 610 - The Existential Imagination
   •  LS 613 - The American Ethos
   •  LS 614 - Working in Baltimore: Local and Global Perspectives
   •  LS 620 - Power and Money: Understanding a Global Economy in Flux
   •  LS 621 - Reading the Nobel Prize Winners
   •  LS 623 - Another America, Central America
   •  LS 625 - The American Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1976
   •  LS 626 - Music and Technology, 1700 to the Present
   •  LS 628 - Scientists and Psychics
   •  LS 630 - The Philosophy of Faith
   •  LS 632 - Tradition and Revolt in Literature: Twentieth-Century Modernism(s)
   •  LS 635 - Genealogy of Race
   •  LS 636 - Deconstructing Postmodernism: Literary Theory in a Postmodern, Postcolonial World
   •  LS 702 - Scientists or Psychics: Victorian Era Science, Empiricism, and Belief
   •  LS 705 - Underground Film
   •  LS 706 - Liberation Thinking
   •  LS 709 - The Moral and Political Ideas of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
   •  LS 710 - Fiction and Film of the 1980s
 

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