This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of adult offending and the treatment of adult offenders. Major topics to be covered include mental health issues common with offenders, assessment and diagnosis of adult offenders, role of counselors working with adult offenders, and current treatment approaches.

Students in this course will learn forward thinking concepts of coaching, mentoring and knowledge management to promote a learning organization. Students will learn the key factors involved in creating a workplace learning climate as well as the core strategic issues of designing a knowledge management system. A focus of the course will be the elevation of learning to a strategic organizational imperative.

This discussion-driven course focuses on what a manager needs to know and think about regarding the use of technology in the workplace. This course focuses on seven Information Systems (IS) and Information Technology (IT) domains; IS/IT Overview, IS/IT Governance, IS/IT Strategic Planning, Network Infrastructure, Internet Applications, Business Strategy using IS/IT and an IS/IT Case Study. Learners also examine information systems and infrastructures within their places of work. Case studies are used to assess trends, IS/IT strategy and the decision-making processes used by management. Rest assured, this is NOT a computer-programming course!
The approach utilizes a combination of the following to achieve its outcome: Assigned text readings, assigned questions and the case problems, classroom discussion in small and large groups, and classroom activities designed to promote active learning. Such active learning techniques include: short quizzes, in-class writing assignments, brainstorming and role playing.

This course focuses on differentiating the conceptual and theoretical aspects and models of leadership and leadership studies in order for students to apply leadership skills and principles in their places of business. The fundamentals of leadership are taught with an emphasis on how to live out these fundamentals in an ethical manner.

This course will examine business law as it exists in a global environment. Globalization and the politics of the United States and its trading partners will be reviewed so that students will acquire an understanding of the legal basis for businesses in other countries around the world. Students will be introduced to the basis of contractual negotiation, examine ethical decision -making processes in multinational enterprises; and, examine the working of non-government organizations.

This class will focus on ethics in leadership and organizations, specifically the application of ethical positions to the business and management decision-making process. Students will examine how leaders can support an ethical framework and promote organizational integrity while remaining competitive. A major focus of the class will be to promote critical thinking regarding “right” vs. “right” ethical dilemmas. Current events and case studies will provide opportunities to study ethical failures and decision-making opportunities.

This course develops competence and judgmental skills in using quantitative models for planning and decision-making. Emphasis is placed on recognizing situations where models can be used advantageously, when to work effectively with them, and how to make good use of them once they have been developed. Topics include, decision making under conditions of uncertainty, decision and risk analysis , forecasting, regression, linear programming, modeling applications in marketing, manufacturing, finance and scheduling, and project management methods.

This course provides an overview of the organization and structure of health care in the United States. Principles of the administration of health care organizations will be explored with emphasis on resources, system organization and technology. Specifically covered will be analysis of the interaction between the health care organization and social-environmental issues and the design and implementation of health care delivery systems.

This course introduces students to the concepts and methods of community health improvement and the role that assessment plays in providing quality healthcare. The course will cover important community health topics including systems thinking that leads to coordination of healthcare and public health activities to achieve community health goals; the nature of health and its determinants; the use of quantitative and qualitative methods; data analysis; community mobilization and capacity building; and the impact of current national policy, including the Affordable Care Act on community health improvement.