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Project Management | INMT | 2370

Provide principles of project management directed toward supervisory and project management duties and responsibilities in technology based organizations and the methods required to fulfill these functions.

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Pronunciation Skills Intermediate | COMG | 1091

This intermediate-level course is designed with workplace-related topics to guide improvement of pronunciation skills for job success and professional development. Students will increase their pronunciation accuracy and refine oral production and interpretation of business-related context and content for enhanced job productivity and control of English language. Students will learn to articulate accurate pronunciation of U.S. English sound systems in job-related contexts, identify words and phrases commonly mispronounced, and use eye-contact and tonal inflection to communicate clearly in the workplace.

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Pronunciation Skills Introductory A | COMG | 1015

The purpose of this Pronunciation Sills Introductory A course is to guide improvement of pronunciation skills for job success and professional development. Students will increase their pronunciation accuracy and refine oral production and interpretation of business-related context and content for enhanced job productivity and control of English Language. Students will learn to articulate accurate pronunciation of U.S. English sound systems in job-related contexts, identify words and phrases commonly mispronounced, and use eye-contract and tonal inflection to communicate clearly in the workplace.

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Property Management Internship | RELE | 2088

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts in the property management industry.

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Property Management Leadership | RELE | 1091

This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property Management Certificate or who want to better understand the basics of the Apartment Leasing Profession. In this course the student will learn how to use various computer software packages specific to residential property management.

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Property Management Software | RELE | 1091

This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property Management Certificate or Commercial Real Estate Certificate, or who want to better understand the basics of the real estate profession in regards to the law. In this course students will learn the leadership basics that may include conflict resolution and customer service, techniques to negotiate conflict and control anger, how personality types affect conflict and to identify the underlining causes of conflict, techniques for dealing effectively with customers, and students will study different customer types.

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Property Management | RELE | 1015

The role of the property manager, landlord policies, operational guidelines, leases, lease negotiations, tenant relations, maintenance, reports, habitability laws, and the Fair Housing Act.

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Property Management | RELE | 1315

A study of the role of the property manager, landlord policies, operating guidelines, leases, lease negotiations, tenant relations, maintenance, reports, habitability laws, and the Fair Housing Act.

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Psychology of Adjustment | PSYC | 2315

A study of human behavior, applying psychological theory to the development of the well-adjusted individual. Techniques for managing stress, reducing anxiety, coping with anger, increasing assertiveness, and achieving self-control are considered.

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Psychology of Personality | PSYC | 2316

This course covers personality theories that apply to both normal personality and abnormal behavior. Some of the theories covered are psychoanalytic, cognitive, learning, and sociocultural. Current research on the biological foundations of mental health and illness is covered in detail. These theories are related to mental disorders such as major depression, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Case studies of individuals enhance comprehension of mental disorders. Treatment by psychotherapy and drugs is discussed as well as ethical, legal and social issues relating to the mentally ill. This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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