Typical Example of Course Description

Typical Example of Course Description
 
At our University we use a superior and curricula comparable to those used at the best degree programs in the country. Following are some examples of the types of curses available in only a few disciplines. All students who enroll at this University will receive the finest possible curriculum to meet their educational needs.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Undergraduate Program)
Management Science Workshop (3)
The use and limitations of models in decision making. The role of the model builder in the decision-making process. Each student will prepare a report dealing with a concrete problem.

Computers and Modern Organizations:
Theory & Application (3)
A survey course concerned with the importance of computers in organizations including small groups, universities, firms, governments, and society at large. Topics include history of development of computers, characterization of scientific versus business problems, information storage and retrieval, compilers, simulation models, current developments in computer systems.

Management of Human Resources (3)
The designs of systems of rewards, assessment, and manpower development. The interaction of selection, placement, training personnel evaluation and career ladders within an on-going organization. Role of the staff manager. Introduction of change. Implications of behavioral research for management problems and policies.

Marketing (3)
The evolution of markets and marketing: market structure, organization, marketing functions, pricing and promotion policy; marketing cost and efficiency; public and private regulations.

EDUCATION (Doctoral Program)
Introduction to Guidance (3)
Treats the history, principles, services, and theoretical development of guidance with consideration given to counselor role and functions, current practices, and emerging trends and issues.

Career Theory and Information (3)
Treats career development theories which emphasize aspects of the self in decision making, occupational classification systems, and educational and vocational information with applications to individual and group counseling.

Introduction to Educational Research I : Methodology (3)
An introductory course in educational research and evaluation methodology which considers the various methods of educational research, the formulation of research hypotheses, and the preparation of research reports.

PSYCHOLOGY (Master’s Program)
Advanced Psychological Statistics I (3)
Fundamentals of probability , statistical distributions, sampling, inference, correlation, and hypotheses testing.

Advanced Motivation (3)
Recent theoretical and empirical developments in the area of motivation.

Counseling and Psychotherapy (3)
Theory and research on traditional and modern therapeutic methods.

Psychotherapy and Behavior Modification I (3)
Theories and techniques of individual psychotherapy, behavior modification, and group approaches.