This course introduces students to all aspects of managing a project within a company or organization, and covers the entire life cycle of a project, from developing ideas at their inception to formal completion and accurate reporting at close-out. Zero Credit students are encouraged, but not required, to participate in a semester project presenting an example of project management, or investigating some aspect of project management in detail.
In this practical seminar, we'll explore the history of organizational diversity -- and dig into the latest research on diversity, equity and inclusion from the fields of organizational communication, management, public policy, and education.
Guest speakers will discuss navigating work organizations as members of marginalized social group identities, such as age, race, gender, ability, sexuality, religion and immigration status - as well as profession and employment status.
We'll also explore diversity, equity and inclusion best practices from business and public sector organizations.
This class provides a solid understanding of soils in the environment, particularly as it relates to environmental assessment, helping students understand the role soil formation and dynamic processes apply to the world around us.
This course provides students with an introduction to the use of social media and cloud based computing. These technologies enable individuals to create, collaborate and share information, and present exciting new options for the way we work, teach and create.