AC 210 Principles of Accounting I Grantham University AC 210 Principles of Accounting I Grantham University AC 210 focuses on ways in which accounting principles are used in business operations. Students learn to identify and use Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), ledgers and journals, and steps of the accounting cycle. This course introduces bank reconciliation […]

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SOC 400 Sociology of Class, Gender, Ethnicity, and Race Strayer SOC 400 Sociology of Class, Gender, Ethnicity, and Race Strayer Provides a thorough discussion of the impact of social stratification on the relationships of Americans and those living in other countries. Develops a theoretical understanding of how class, gender, ethnicity, and race shape interrelationships. Course […]

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SOC 315 Research Methods in Social Sciences Strayer SOC 315 Research Methods in Social Sciences Strayer This course prepares students to carry out research and to be sophisticated consumers of the research literature in the social sciences. Students will learn how to formulate a research problem, translate abstract concepts into measurable variables, select a Course […]

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SOC 304 African American Studies Strayer SOC 304 African American Studies Strayer This course is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of African American life, history and culture. Students will examine the specific events, ideologies, and individuals that have shaped the contours of African American life. In studying the history, sociology, economics, religion, politics, psychology, […]

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SOC 303 Middle Eastern Studies Strayer SOC 303 Middle Eastern Studies Strayer Offers an integrative approach to cultural and political life in the Middle East. Enables students to understand the political results of Islamic culture and to recognize the diversity of cultures within the Islamic civ ilization. Examines historically the cultural, political, and military interactions […]

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SOC 105 Society and the Media Strayer SOC 105 Society and the Media Strayer Studies the ways in which the media provide information and entertainment to the public. Critically examines various programs in order to discover how these programs are presented by the media and manipulated according to the interests of owners and advertisers. Examines […]

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SEC 460 Case Studies in Current  Homeland Security Issues Strayer SEC 460 Case Studies in Current  Homeland Security Issues Strayer This course analyzes current case studies in homeland security. The case studies analyzed focus on the current threats and vulnerabilities to homeland security and the controls implemented to reduce the assoc iated risk. Course Home […]

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SEC 305 Computer Security Strayer SEC 305 Computer Security Strayer This course provides a solid theoretical foundation, as well as real – world examples, for understanding computer security. Fundamental theoretical results, foundational models, and salient examples will be covered. Topics covered include: Log files, t he auditing process; log on credentials and the authentication process; […]

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SEC 300 Principles of Public and Private Security Strayer SEC 300 Principles of Public and Private Security Strayer This course provides an overview of the forms of private and public security, the relationship between public and private security, and the major forms and application of security work. Emphasis is placed on information systems and security […]

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SCI 200 Environmental Science Strayer SCI 200 Environmental Science Strayer This course provides students with a comprehensive ove rview of the basic principles and unifying concepts of environmental science. Various ecosystems are described, and conservation efforts are evaluated. Other topics include the importance of maintaining biodiversity, human population growth and demography, and the problems of […]

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RES 531 Research Methods Strayer RES 531 Research Methods Strayer This course covers research methodology and writing using the APA (American Psychological Association) manual for format and style. It encompasses an organized approach to research planning and writing by which students build on the final document through writing incrementally each week and by so doing, […]

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PAD 590 Directed Research Project Strayer PAD 590 Directed Research Project Strayer Enables student to complete a research project in the field of major concentration. The research project wil l be monitored by a supervising faculty member and must be defended by the student in an oral examination. The oral defense may be conducted in […]

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PSY 205 Life Span Development Strayer PSY 205 Life Span Development Strayer Life span Development is an integrated study of the theoretical principles and individual milestones related to physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development from conception to death. Focus is placed upon the developing person and how he or she changes throughout life. The course will […]

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PSY 110 Social Psychology Strayer PSY 110 Social Psychology Strayer Focuses on major theories in social psychology and the most recent research in the field. Topics include gender, interpersonal attraction, aggression, and prosocial behavior. Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of PSY 110 Social Psychology Strayer in […]

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POL 350 Public Policy Analysis Strayer POL 350 Public Policy Analysis Strayer Covers applicat ion of qualitative and quantitative techniques and skills to the development and implementation of public policy. Utilizes exercises and cases to demonstrate the formulation, presentation, and defense of public policies and programs. Focuses on normative c riteria for program evaluation and […]

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POL 310 Comparative Political Systems Strayer POL 310 Comparative Political Systems Strayer Presents a comparative analysis of the historical development and present condition of the main political and legal systems in selected capitalist, socialist, and Third World countries Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of POL 310 […]

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PHI 220 Ethics Strayer PHI 220 Ethics Strayer Focuses on the applica tion of ethics to everyday life. Examines classical and contemporary writings concerning such matters as courage, pride, compassion, honor, and self – respect; and the negative sides of this behavior, such as hypocrisy, self – deception, jealousy, and narcissi sm Course Home Work […]

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PHI 215 Philosophy Strayer PHI 215 Philosophy Strayer Studies certain philosophical issues and concepts that continue to affect the human condition. Examines formal questions in language, truth, and evidence; and social questions in politics, economics, and aesthetics Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of PHI 215 Philosophy […]

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MAT 090 Fundamentals of Mathematics Strayer MAT 090 Fundamentals of Mathematics Strayer Placement by examination Serves as an introduction to algebra. Emphasizes representations and operations on numbers and sets, as well as introductory concepts of geometry, signed numbers, polynomials, and a mathematical background of computer programming . This course is not applicable toward graduation and […]

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MKT 405 Principles of Advertising and Sales Management Strayer MKT 405 Principles of Advertising and Sales Management Strayer Provides a survey of the principles of advertising and sales managem ent as critical components of marketing. Reviews the social and economic significance of advertising, ethical considerations, and how advertising influences buyer behavior. Examines the development and […]

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MKT 327 E Marketing Strayer MKT 327 E Marketing Strayer Reviews the technologies and potential applications of the Internet, with a focus on developing effective marketing strategies using the Web as a medium. Web site development, attracting and managing Web site traffic, and use of e – mail, Internet regulatory issues, and development of Internet […]

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LEG 420 U.S. Courts Strayer LEG 420 U.S. Courts Strayer This course examines the American judicial system to include federal, state, and local courts. The professional courtroom work group, non – professional courtroom participants, the trial process, and challenges to the trial process are described. The activities of lawyers, judges, and relate d occupations and […]

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LEG 400 Family Law Strayer LEG 400 Family Law Strayer This course r eviews substantive and procedural law relative to divorce, adoption, guardianship, custody, and other family law matters within the jurisdiction of the Probate Court. It covers the legal status of children, legal rights of women, illegitimacy and paternity proceedings, as well as divorce […]

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CIS 590 Directed Research Project Strayer CIS 590 Directed Research Project Strayer This course is an integrative capstone course for the Master of Science in Information Systems program. Students will examine and address real world projects and problems and apply project management techniques to create practical solutions. The course takes an integrative and senior management […]

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CIS 550 Case Studies in the Management of Information Security Strayer CIS 550 Case Studies in the Management of Information Security Strayer Provides an analysis and study of current issues in computer and network security. Students will analyze security case studies and articles and provide a detailed analysis of the issues, possible remedies, a nd […]

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CIS 538 Designing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Strayer CIS 538 Designing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Strayer This course concentrates on the success and failures surrounding the implementation of ERP sys tems. Assessment, risk, management and implementation strategies of ERP systems are analyzed using case studies Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and […]

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CIS 537 Enterprise Resource Techn ologies in Business Strayer CIS 537 Enterprise Resource Techn ologies in Business Strayer This course explains Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and how information systems fits into business operations. More specifically, it’s about looking at the processes that makes up a business enterprise and seeing how ERP sof tware can […]

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CIS 535 Simulation and Modeling II Strayer CIS 535 Simulation and Modeling II Strayer This course utilizes software tools to develop models that represent computer systems. It applies data to simulate various conditions on Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of CIS 535 Simulation and Modeling II […]

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CIS 531 Enterprise Planning Architectures Strayer CIS 531 Enterprise Planning Architectures Strayer This course provides the knowledge and understanding needed to define planing architectures that support businesses. Emphasis is placed on the development of data, application, and technology architectures that describe the data, applications and tec hnology needed to support the business. Course Home Work […]

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CIS 530 Simulation and Modeling I Strayer CIS 530 Simulation and Modeling I Strayer This course applies quantitative methods to managing and determining the capacities of computer systems. It emphasizes sampling, organizing, and analyzing data as applied to computer performance. Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of […]

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CIS 523 Security in Distributed Computing Strayer CIS 523 Security in Distributed Computing Strayer This course provides the theory and technologies used to provide security in a distributed comput ing environment. Describes firewall, intrusion detection, defense – in – depth operating system, and database security in an enterprise networking environment Course Home Work aims to […]

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CIS 522 Data Warehousing Systems Strayer CIS 522 Data Warehousing Systems Strayer This course combines theory with practical applications in developing and managing Data Warehouse Systems that support business functions. Key issues such a s risk management, technology transfer, control, modeling and quality assurance are covered Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes […]

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CIS 521 Enterprise Technology Process Models Strayer CIS 521 Enterprise Technology Process Models Strayer This course covers the construction of a process that can be used for the development and management of enterprise information systems. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between busin ess processes, requirements, architectures, and infrastructures Course Home Work aims to provide […]

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CIS 516 Enterprise Network Management Strayer CIS 516 Enterprise Network Management Strayer This c ourse provides the foundation necessary to develop a network management system for the Enterprise. Emphasis is placed on operating, monitoring, and controlling the network to ensure it provides value to the organization Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes […]

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CIS 511 Enterprise Resource Planning Strayer CIS 511 Enterprise Resource Planning Strayer This course covers the operations of a business and how information systems fit into business operat ions. ERP software is discussed and how it is used in supporting business operations. Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the […]

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CIS 501Decision Support Management Strayer CIS 501Decision Support Management Strayer This course presents the concept of Decision Support Systems, from a management perspective, including the integral function of the Internet. Emphasizing management application, it explores the implications of decision support technology on mana gement, the role of DSS in enhancing creativity and problem solving, the […]

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 CIS 493 Creating Web Databases Strayer  CIS 493 Creating Web Databases Strayer This course covers the concepts of Web database systems, their design, performance, scalability and reliability. It studies relational database structures and how they interface through various Internet technolo gies. It culminates with a database design case study in displaying the many technologies discussed […]

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CIS 475 Database Management Systems Strayer CIS 475 Database Management Systems Strayer Covers concepts of database systems and their design and impact on information systems. Studies data structure and their relationships in sets of integrated files. Involves database design case study in connection with the study of available database management software packages Course Home Work […]

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 CIS 444 Database Administration II Strayer  CIS 444 Database Administration II Strayer This is a lab – based course that provides advanced topics in the role of the database administrator (DBA) specific to database administrative procedures. Students will use utilities to load and transport databases while being introduced to troubleshootin g common networking problems and […]

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 CIS 440 Advanced Web Desing Strayer  CIS 440 Advanced Web Desing Strayer This course is designed for individuals who want to learn advanced and dynamic web applic ation systems and gain experience with Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, HTML and CSS. This advanced hands – on course will teach you to effectively plan, design, program, maintain, […]

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CIS 434 Database Fundamentals II Strayer CIS 434 Database Fundamentals II Strayer This is a lab – based course that provides a foundation in database administration and associated tasks. Students will gain a conceptual and practical understanding of database architecture and interaction of the structures. Students will design and create an operational relational database and […]

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CIS 426 Optimizing Converged Networks Strayer CIS 426 Optimizing Converged Networks Strayer This course provides the student with the essential information to optimize and provide Quality of Service (QoS) techniques for converged networks. Topics include Voice over IP impleme ntations, Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of […]

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CIS 422 Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks Strayer CIS 422 Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks Strayer This course provides the student with the knowledge necessary to secure converged wide area networks. Topics include r emote connectivity configurations and best practices, MPLS, IPSec VLANs, and device hardening techniques. Course Home Work aims to provide […]

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 CIS 419 Database Security Strayer  CIS 419 Database Security Strayer This course provides the essential concepts and methods for providing security in common database management systems. Topics covered include common database threats and vulnerabilities, methods used to attack database management systems, and methods of securing database management systems Course Home Work aims to provide quality […]

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CIS 408 Network Infrastructure Planning Strayer CIS 408 Network Infrastructure Planning Strayer This is a lab – based course that prepares students to plan, install, configure, use and secure enterprise application and file servers. Topics also include IIS services, print servers, deploying web Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to […]

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CIS 399 Directed Learning Project Strayer CIS 399 Directed Learning Project Strayer The Direc ted Learning Project (DLP) enables students to gain professional experience in a specific curriculum – related area in order to obtain college – level credit in the bachelor’s program that would enhance their degree. Students are mentored through the course by […]

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CIS 343 Implementing Intranet Firewalls Strayer CIS 343 Implementing Intranet Firewalls Strayer This course provides students with an in – depth look at firewall technologies and how these technologies are incorporated into the information security policy of an organization. It introduces the student to different varieties of firewall configurations an d describes popular firewall tools […]

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CIS 340 Web Desing Strayer CIS 340 Web Desing Strayer course will focus on the theory and practice of using web design software applications in the creation of effective multi – page interface desig n. Students will explore web design concepts, including project planning, layout, usability, accessibility, information design, site structure, site management and graphic […]

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CIS 341Security Design in a Network Server Environment Strayer CIS 341Security Design in a Network Server Environment Strayer This is a lab – based course that provides an overview of information technology security principles, challenges, vulnerabilities and countermeasure strategies. Topics include definition of security terms, concepts, elements, an d goals. Students will explore industry standards […]

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CIS 331 System Modeling Theory Strayer CIS 331 System Modeling Theory Strayer This course covers the principles and theory of system modeling and software methodologies where students will design high quality, affordable, and maintainable system solutions. Topics include when to use modeling, advantages and disadvantages of modeling, areas of application, models to use in simulation, […]

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CIS 326 Object Oriented Programming I Strayer CIS 326 Object Oriented Programming I Strayer Covers the traditional C language and object – oriented extensions that are found in the C++ language. Describes conce pts of objects, encapsulation, data hiding, polymorphism, and inheritance as well as the C++ techniques that implement them Course Home Work aims […]

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CIS 324 Computer Ethics Strayer CIS 324 Computer Ethics Strayer This course provides critical ethical and legal information that computer s ecurity professionals must take into account when developing security policies, plans, and procedures. This course focuses on ethical and legal issues and privacy considerations that organizations must take into account. Topics also include issues […]

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CIS 305 PL SQL Programming Strayer CIS 305 PL SQL Programming Strayer This course covers the concept, design and components of the Oracle PL/SQL Programming Language. Involves the creation of records, types, defining transactions, basics of SQL in PL/SQL, and PL/SQL data types. Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to […]

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CIS 276 SQL Programming Strayer CIS 276 SQL Programming Strayer This course covers the concepts, and components for designing, building and querying databases using the Structured Query Language (SQL). Students will use tools to create tables, apply database and table constraints through the use of the Data Manipulation Language (DML) and Data Definition Language (DDL) […]

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CIS 107 Microcomputer Applications Strayer CIS 107 Microcomputer Applications Strayer This course introduces students to personal productivity software for use in organizations. St udents will be presented with software and materials to develop competencies and documents in word processing, web browsing, spreadsheet modeling, database management, and presentation graphic applications. Topics include the creation and modeling […]

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HUM 106 Experience of Modern Art Strayer HUM 106 Experience of Modern Art Strayer Discusses aesthetic theory and provides critical analysis of examples from modern art in poetry, painting and music. Also discusses the arts of photography, dance, architecture, sculpture, theater, and film Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to […]

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HTM 550 Chain Management and Franchising Strayer HTM 550 Chain Management and Franchising Strayer Analyzes multi – unit and franchise operations within the hospitality and tourism industry. Topics discussed will include the individual entrepreneur, s mall business management trends and issues, elements of franchise operations, and managing chain operations. Course Home Work aims to provide […]

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HTM 540 I nternational Tourism Development and Policy Strayer HTM 540 I nternational Tourism Development and Policy Strayer Studies the dynamic and complex travel and tourism industry. Special focus will be given to international government policy formulation affecting the industry. This course will also cover the worldwide economic i mpact of tourism and threats to […]

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HTM 520 Strategic Planning in Hospitality and Tourism Strayer HTM 520 Strategic Planning in Hospitality and Tourism Strayer Examines the internal and external assessment of management systems and policy formulation within the hospitality industry. Students will evaluate management topics and practices which include environmental assessment, the genesis of strategic management formulation, internal organizational assessment, competitive […]

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HTM 499 Senior Seminar in Hospitality and Tourism  Management Strayer HTM 499 Senior Seminar in Hospitality and Tourism  Management Strayer This course enables hospitality and tourism management students to analyze management issues in business situations and recommend solutions by completing a variety of case studies and by completing an individual research project and presenting the […]

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HIS 300 African American History Strayer HIS 300 African American History Strayer Traces the history of the African people in the United States from 1619 to the present. Concentrates on key periods such as the A tlantic slave trade and Reconstruction eras. Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the […]

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HIS 205 World History Strayer HIS 205 World History Strayer Explores the history of the world, from paleolithic times to 1500, which marks the end of the Middle Ages. Studies the emergence of human beings in Africa and their gradual spread through Eurasia, Australia, and the Americas. Examines the parallel development of Chinese, Indian, Middle […]

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HSA 500 Health Services Organization Strayer HSA 500 Health Services Organization Strayer Addresses the U.S. health care system and the factors which shape it. Introduces students to the historical development, structural organization, delivery, and financing of the health care system. The course also examines the roles of various institutions and professional groups in the provision […]

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LAN 122 French II for the Global Market Strayer LAN 122 French II for the Global Market Strayer In this second course in the French language, students continue to develop skills in oral expression, listening comprehension, reading, and writing. The course emphasizes cultural understanding, everyday activities and business situations. Course Home Work aims to provide […]

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LAN 121 French I for the Global Market Strayer LAN 121 French I for the Global Market Strayer Introduces the French language with a focus on vocabulary and topics of the business world. Emphasizes all four language skills: understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to […]

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LAN 112 Spanish II for the Global Market Strayer LAN 112 Spanish II for the Global Market Strayer Expands on the material in LAN 111, with continued focus on vocabulary and topics of the business world. Emphasizes all four language skills: understanding, reading and writing Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and […]

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LAN 111Spanish I f or the Global Market Strayer LAN 111Spanish I f or the Global Market Strayer Introduces the Spanish language with a focus on vocabulary and topics of the business world. Emphasizes all four language skills: understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to […]

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FIN 300 Financial Management Strayer FIN 300 Financial Management Strayer Studies the financial management of the business firm, primarily corporations. Topics covered inclu de the financial goals of the firm, its economic and legal context, valuation of financial securities, analysis of financial statements, and the efficient management of capital resources and investments within the risk […]

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FIN 215 Personal Financial Planning Strayer FIN 215 Personal Financial Planning Strayer Discusses spending, saving, investing, and borrowing decisions within th e household life cycle framework. Examines choices among investment alternatives including risk exposure and suitability. Covers real estate transactions, taxes, insurance (life, health, automobile, property, and fire), personal property, securities (stock s and bonds), […]

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ENG 310 Film and Society Strayer ENG 310 Film and Society Strayer Involves a sociological – historical study of the development of film and film – making from its beginnings in the early twentieth century to the present. Includes viewing of classic films of representative film – makers with emphasis on content and technique. Course […]

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ENG 300 Short Story Strayer ENG 300 Short Story Strayer Provides a sur vey of the development of short fiction from its beginnings to the present. Discusses critical aspects of the genre as exemplified in major authors from representative countries throughout the world. Clarifies the relationship between theme and technique w ithin the genre of […]

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ENG 221 Oral Communications Strayer ENG 221 Oral Communications Strayer Concentrates on the elements and functions of oral communications, studying and practicing various types of oral pre sentations. Leads the Catalog 2014 – 2015 147 student to first present short speeches (unwritten), and then longer, more formal speeches. Involves student participation in group presentations through […]

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ENG 220 American Literature Strayer ENG 220 American Literature Strayer Provides a critical survey of the development of American literature from its origins to the present. Covers major authors and works critical to an understanding of m ajor literary genres. Discusses the relationship between society and the rise of specific literary movements. Course Home Work […]

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ENG 090 Writing Fundamentals Strayer ENG 090 Writing Fundamentals Strayer This course emphasizes the principles of writing coherent expository paragraphs and essays. The course introduces the concept of writing as a process that includes prewriting, writing, revising, and reflecting. Audience analysis, topic selection, and thesis support and development are also centr al to the course. […]

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ENG 085 English for International Students Strayer ENG 085 English for International Students Strayer Introduces practice and applies grammatical structures through the development of a wide range of topics dealing with economics, health car e, North American life – styles, etc. Reading and oral exercises are integral aspects of the course. Credit for this course […]

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ENG 084 Speaking Listening Skills for International Students Strayer ENG 084 Speaking Listening Skills for International Students Strayer Placement by examination. Taken concurrently with ENG 085. Emphasizes the speaking and listening skills an international student needs for day – to – day comprehension of his/her English language environment, including conversation, academic lectures, and class discussion. […]

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ENG 083 English Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Development Strayer ENG 083 English Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Development Strayer Focuses on the development of reading comprehension proficiency using readings from various subject areas. Vocabulary development is also emphasized as well as discussion and information sharing about the readings. Credit for this course is not applicable t […]

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ENG 082 Grammatical and Structural Review of English Strayer ENG 082 Grammatical and Structural Review of English Strayer Emphasizes the usage of common structures in the English language and reviews standard grammatical forms. A pplication in a variety of writing formats is stressed. Credit for this course is not applicable toward graduation. Course Home Work […]

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ENG 081 English Listening Skills Development Strayer ENG 081 English Listening Skills Development Strayer provides students with strategies and intensive practice to improve listening comprehension for both daily and academic needs. Focuses on being an active listener and utilizing oral information in a variety of contexts. Credit for this course is not applica ble toward […]

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EDU 599 Education Capstone Strayer EDU 599 Education Capstone Strayer Mas ter of Education students across all concentration areas an opportunity to apply the rationale for and methods of developing a professional portfolio. Students will create a portfolio that includes a comprehensive collection of work and artifacts that demo nstrate analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of […]

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EDU 590 Directed Research Project Strayer EDU 590 Directed Research Project Strayer Enables student to complete a research project in the field of major concentration. The research project will be monitored by a supervising faculty member and must be defended by the student in an oral examination. The oral defense may be conducted in a […]

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EDU 544 Transforming Education with New Technologies Strayer EDU 544 Transforming Education with New Technologies Strayer Reviews, evaluates, and analyzes the policy implications of changing the nature, process, and context of teaching and learning by the integration of modern technology, distance education, and distributed learning. Other topics addressed include the history and future of developments […]

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EDU 532 Instructional Supervision Strayer EDU 532 Instructional Supervision Strayer Analyzes the va rious perspectives in the theory and practice of teaching and supervision and the critical role of supervision in promoting teaching and learning as an enterprise. Evaluates the principles of adult learning as related to the varied responsibilities of supe rvisors, teachers, and […]

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EDU 520 Education and the Law Strayer EDU 520 Education and the Law Strayer Utilizes case law, legal analysis and class discussions to introduce students to the major legal principles and issues affecting education. Reviews legal terminology and diverse legal issues that impact education and educators. To pics include regulation of public and private schools, […]

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EDU 515 Designing Mandated and Discretionary Curric Strayer EDU 515 Designing Mandated and Discretionary Curric Strayer Evaluates the theory, practice and research of curriculum design as it is conducted within the framework of the educational process. Discusses and analyzes historical and contemporary phi losophical approaches in developing required and discretionary curricula. Investigates how different philosophical […]

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EDU 533 Instructional Design and Development Strayer EDU 533 Instructional Design and Development Strayer Examines the systematic processes of effective instructional design to create an instructional and training product. Content includes instructional design process and models, ADDIE framework, connections between learning theories and instructional design, relationship of technology to instructional design, and applications of state […]

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BUS 544 International Business Strat Strayer BUS 544 International Business Strat Strayer Examines the international business environment and presents strategic management considerations for international business operations. Exercise s strategy formulation by analyzing the major environmental factors affecting global operations, the impact of economic integration, and the influence of government trade policy. Examines the range of […]

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BUS 519 Project Risk Managem Strayer BUS 519 Project Risk Managem Strayer Presents the application of risk management strategies to identify, analyze, and mitigate the full range of project risks in orde r to ensure project success. Examines the six risk management processes outlined in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide: risk management […]

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BUS 510 Grants Management and Proposal Writi Strayer BUS 510 Grants Management and Proposal Writi Strayer Discusses government – wide regulations, agency regulations, and grants management best practices that enable students and professionals to improve their knowledge and skills. Covers the three major segments in the grants community which are the Federal Awarding Agency, Pass […]

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BUS 405 Labor Relation Strayer BUS 405 Labor Relation Strayer Presents the principles of labor – management relations and basic requirements of federal l abor laws. Examines the role of the Federal Labor Relations Authority, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, and other third parties. Includes the topics of union representation rights and obligations, employee […]

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