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    Concord University
   
 
  Feb 23, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog (August 2017 - July 2018)

Course Descriptions


 

Reading

   •  RDNG 530 Reading Assessment (3)
   •  RDNG 550 Reading and Language Arts Instruction in the 21st Century (3)
   •  RDNG 560 Action Research in Reading Education (3)
   •  RDNG 570 Reading Practicum (6)

Recreation and Tourism Management

   •  RTM 100 Introduction to Recreation and Tourism Management (3)
   •  RTM 105C Introduction to Tourism Management (3)
   •  RTM 200 Special Topics (1-3)
   •  RTM 222 Managing Tourism Resources (3)
   •  RTM 224 Tourism Motivation and Behavior (3)
   •  RTM 226 Inclusive Services in Recreation and Tourism (3)
   •  RTM 240 Programs and Operations in Recreation (3)
   •  RTM 309 Lodging Management (3)
   •  RTM 309C Lodging Management (3)
   •  RTM 311 Measuring Tourism Impacts (3)
   •  RTM 315 Management of Service Organizations (3)
   •  RTM 315C Management of Service Organizations (3)
   •  RTM 325 Tourism Planning and Development (3)
   •  RTM 328 Design and Maintenance of Recreation Facilities (3)
   •  RTM 328C Design and Maintenance of Recreation Facilities (3)
   •  RTM 331 Administration of Outdoor Recreation (3)
   •  RTM 340 Geography for Tourism Professionals (3)
   •  RTM 342 International Tourism (3)
   •  RTM 345 Ecotourism (3)
   •  RTM 346 Cultural Tourism (3)
   •  RTM 347 Resource-based Tourism Management (3)
   •  RTM 348 Ski Area Management (3)
   •  RTM 350 Directed Readings in Recreation and Tourism Management. (1-3)
   •  RTM 355 Tourism Promotion (3)
   •  RTM 356 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing Management (3)
   •  RTM 358 Ski Management Practicum (3)
   •  RTM 360 Special Topics in Recreation and Tourism (1-6)
   •  RTM 415 Meetings, Conventions and Special Events Management. (3)
   •  RTM 415C Meetings, Conventions and Special Events Management (3)
   •  RTM 430 Seminar in Recreation and Tourism Management (1-3)
   •  RTM 456 Seminar in Recreation and Tourism Management (3)
   •  RTM 460 Recreation and Tourism Management Internship (3-12)
   •  RTM 470 Independent Study (3)
   •  RTM 471 Independent Study (3)
   •  RTM 480 Honors Courses (3)
   •  RTM 481 Honors Courses (3)
   •  RTM 2101 Seminar in Recreation and Tourism Management. (1)
   •  RTM 3101 Seminar in Recreation and Tourism Management. (1)

Safety Education

   •  S ED 205 First Aid & CPR (1)
   •  S ED 225 Safety Education Workshops (1-3)

Social Science

   •  SOSC 100 Summer Academy (1)
   •  SOSC 325A Miller Center Seminar (1)
   •  SOSC 325B Miller Center Seminar (1)
   •  SOSC 325C Miller Center Seminar (1)
   •  SOSC 400 Teaching Assistant (1)
   •  SOSC 414 Special Methods in the Teaching of Social Studies (3)
   •  SOSC 450 Interdisciplinary Seminar (1-3)
   •  SOSC 470 Independent Study (3)
   •  SOSC 471 Independent Study (3)
   •  SOSC 472A Public Service Internship (6)
   •  SOSC 472B Public Service Internship (9)
   •  SOSC 2851 Introduction to Academic Research (1)

Social Work

   •  SOWK 161 Introduction to Social Work (3)
   •  SOWK 230 Group Dynamics and Interviewing Skills (3)
   •  SOWK 236 Human Behavior and the Social Environment Theories (3)
   •  SOWK 237 Human Behavior and the Social Environment Across the Lifespan (3)
   •  SOWK 301 Social Policy and Services History (3)
   •  SOWK 302 Human Diversity (3)
   •  SOWK 303 Social Policy and Services Analysis (3)
   •  SOWK 305 Social Work Research Methods (4)
   •  SOWK 307 Practice with Individuals and Families (3)
   •  SOWK 308 Practice with Groups (3)
   •  SOWK 309 Practice with Communities and Organizations (3)
   •  SOWK 318 Health and Human Resources Administration (3)
   •  SOWK 320 Working with Children and Adolescents (3)
   •  SOWK 322 School Social Services (3)
   •  SOWK 324 Gerontology and the Field of Aging (3)
   •  SOWK 327 Health Care (3)
   •  SOWK 336 Corrections (3)
   •  SOWK 350 Special Topics in Social Work (1-3)
   •  SOWK 404 Advanced Community-Based Research (1-3)
   •  SOWK 420A Field Instruction (6)
   •  SOWK 420B Field Instruction (6)
   •  SOWK 451 Social Work Issues Seminar (3)
   •  SOWK 470 Independent Study (1-6)
   •  SOWK 471 Independent Study (1-6)
   •  SOWK 480 Honors Courses (3)
   •  SOWK 481 Honors Courses (3)
   •  SOWK 501 Foundations of Generalist Practice (3)
   •  SOWK 511 Foundations of Human Behavior and the Social Environment (3)
   •  SOWK 521 Foundations of Policy (3)
   •  SOWK 531 Foundations of Practice (3)
   •  SOWK 541 Foundations of Research (3)
   •  SOWK 551A, 551B Foundations Field Practicum (3,3)
   •  SOWK 613 Advanced Human Behavior and the Social Environment in Rural Settings (3)
   •  SOWK 622 Advanced Policy in Rural Practice (3)
   •  SOWK 633 Advanced Rural Practice with Individuals, Families, and Groups (3)
   •  SOWK 634 Advanced Rural Practice with Communities and Organizations (3)
   •  SOWK 642 Advanced Rural Research Methods for Social Work (3)
   •  SOWK 653A, 653B, or 653C Advanced Field (3)
   •  SOWK 660 Special Topics (3)
   •  SOWK 661 Appalachian Culture, Structures, and Environment (3)
   •  SOWK 1001 Sign Language I (1)
   •  SOWK 1002 Sign Language II (1)

Sociology

   •  SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3)
   •  SOC 201 Social Problems (3)
 

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