Fall 2002 Class Schedule - Supplement #2

This message includes information regarding new courses added to the Fall Term listing and updated information regarding other courses that occurred after the Fall Registration book went to press.

New Courses:

Call #11590:    NRSG 366-04A (Health Dev II LAB), RN Section only, days/time TBA 
Call #11591:    NRSG 361-02A (NRSG: Focus on Society (SSU)), RN Section only, days/time TBA Fee $5
Call #11592
:    PHYS 103-01A (Energy (NS)), days 1-3-5 at 9:40-10:50 in PENGL 167, instructor Dan Steck

Change in Course: (Changes listed in RED)

Call #10003    ACCT 113-02A instructor: Michelle Fjellman
Call #10009    ACCT 113-08A instructor: Michelle Fjellman
Call #10022    ACCT 340-01A instructor: Michelle Fjellman
Call #10437    EDUC 355-04A time: 1:00-2:10 pm
Call #10441    EDUC 357-02A Mod: AB mod only
Call #10585    HIST 389-01A cycle/room: days 2-4-6, room PENGL 215
Call #11465    MGMT 305-04A prereq: MGMT 201
Call #10947    NRSG 365-02A credits: 1
Call #11483    NUTR 305-01A time: 9:40-10:50 am
Call #11416    NUTR 336-01A days: D Mod day 2 only
Call #10977    NUTR 357-01A instructor: Bernie Elhard

New (replacement) Course descriptions:

CORE 390-02A Ethical Issues in Business
This seminar will examine a range of ethical issues that arise within the context of contemporary American business. We will examine such issues as corporate social responsibility, the rights and responsibilities of employees, ethical issues faced by consumers, and such social concerns as environmental protection, equal opportunity, and globalization. Students will be asked to examine these issues from the perspectives of employees, consumers, citizens, as well as business managers and owners. As in all Senior Seminars, the goal of this course will be to develop students' ability to make informed and responsible moral decisions on important aspects of contemporary life.

SWRK 330-01A Non-Profit Administration
New description replacing the old one: The Social Work Department is offering a new course, SWRK 330 Administration (4 credits) for any major. This course will be particularly beneficial to students who will work in the non-profit sector after graduation. Students will learn how to manage small non-profit organizations through developing skills in fund raising, budgeting, recruiting volunteers, supervising employees, initiating and sustaining outreach activities. Service learning will be part of this course. Students will have the opportunity to work with managers and administrators of area non profits. This course will enhance a student's resume as they seek employment in social services, the arts, and other non-profit organizations. No Prerequisites