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Women and Finance | CEC | 1247

Everything a woman needs to know to empower her financial independence from reducing debt and investing to wealth management and retirement planning.

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Women in American History, Civilization, | HIST | 2371

The course explores the History, Civilization, of women's experience in American Society. The course will introduce students to the field of American women?s History, Civilization, . Women?s History, Civilization, is the study of women in past times and across cultures. Its goals are to find women missing from the pages of our History, Civilization, books; to analyze and understand their experience as lived, felt, and understood; to integrate that knowledge into the History, Civilization, of particular times, places, and societies; and to develop from that knowledge conceptual frameworks with which to understand the role and significance of gender in American culture and society.

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Workforce Leadership and Critical Thinking Skills for Student Success | LEAD | 1370

A study of the development of leadership skills and critical thinking strategies that promote employment readiness, retention, advancement, and promotion for student success.

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Workplace Skills for the Occupational Therapy Assistant | OTHA | 2330

Seminar-based course designed to complement Level II fieldwork by creating a discussion forum addressing events, skills, knowledge, and/or behaviors related to the practice environment. Application of didactic coursework to the clinic and test-taking strategies for certification exams.

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World Civilizations I | HIST | 2321

A survey of the major western and non-western civilizations which developed from Sumeria to the end of the Middle Ages. Centered around a series of themes, particular emphasis is placed on the commonality of the human experience as illustrated in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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World Civilizations II | HIST | 2322

This course analyzes the effect on the world of the changing relationship between the West and the non-West over the past 500 years. Emphasis will be placed on the social, political and economic dynamics of this interchange. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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World Cultures | HUMA | 2323

This course is a general study of diverse world cultures. Topics include cultural practices, social structures, religions, arts, and languages. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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World Dance Africa and the Diaspora | DANC | 1305

Students will learn cultural dances of Africa and the African Diaspora, with emphasis on rhythmic awareness and movement development. The cultural origins, significance, and motivation, as well as the use of costumes and music, will be explored in lecture and research through live performances, guest artists, and the use of multi-media sources. Instruction will include experiential and written assignments.

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World Dance and Culture | DANC | 1306

This survey course investigates what dance reveals about cultural, national and ethnic identity, class and gender, and the continuation of community from a global perspective. Dance forms from every continent are compared and contrasted. The origins, significance, and motivation, as well as the use of costumes and music, will be explored in lecture and research through performances, and the use of multi-media sources. From a comparative perspective, the course encourages the student to view their own dance experience as culturally significant.

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World Literature I | ENGL | 2332

A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the sixteenth century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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