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ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 2W1
3
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BSAD 319 - Professional Ethics

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
This course acquaints students with the major frameworks for ethical decision making in the professions based on Kantian, Utilitarian and Aristotelian ethics and the principles of consequence, liberty, opportunity, need and justice. The course examines ethical questions that can arise in the professional practice, the relationship between professionals and clients, as well as, the connection between ordinary and professional morality. Students will analyze and synthesize ethical theories that affect thinking, policy formulation, and professional conduct.
Section: 2W1
1
credit

CITA 101 - Library/Information Literacy

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
This course will focus on the organization, use and retrieval of information, both within and outside of the library. Students will gain an understanding of the characteristics of information and be able to locate and critically evaluate it. Instruction will focus on both print and electronic information resources.
Section: 2W1
1
credit

CITA 103 - Introduction To The World Wide Web

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
This course will introduce students to the World Wide Web (WWW) and Microsoft Outlook. This course will offer instructions on how to use Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook for searching information on the internet, send and receive email, maintain a contact list, keep a calendar, and schedule meetings and events.
Section: 2W1
1
credit

CITA 108 - Introduction To Spreadsheets

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
A course designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of spreadsheets using Microsoft? Excel XP as the instructional platform. Students will create worksheets with literal and numeric data. The numeric data will be constants and/or formulas. Students will also learn and use the relative and absolute cell reference system in formulas. Printing of spreadsheets creating line, bar, and pie graphs will also be included.
Section: 2W1
3
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EADM 205 - Risk And Hazard Impact Studies

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
The course focuses on a generalized technical understanding and an awareness of various types of natural hazards. Central to the course is the understanding the technical cooperation regarding hazard and vulnerability assessments, inclusion of hazard mitigation measures in the formulation of investment projects, use of geographic information systems for mapping and analysis, and urban watershed planning for hazard and resource management. The course includes some, but not all, of the disaster mitigation and integrated development planning.
Section: 2W1
3
credits

EADM 430 - Simulated Disaster Training

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
This course is designed for students to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to develop, conduct and evaluate activities and exercises. Students will assess and evaluate an exercise in actual emergency and/or disaster situations.
Section: 2W1
3
credits

ECHD 250 - Children With Special Needs

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
In this course, students will examine various special needs of young children. Students will gain knowledge of inclusive practices, teaching modifications, prevention and intervention strategies, and support services for children, families, and the community. Assessment, identification, and general knowledge of the special needs of all children will be examined, as well as social policies and initiatives to support teachers, families, and children.
Section: 2W1
3
credits

JUST 310 - Causes Of Crime

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
This course introduces various criminological theories to explain the cause of criminal behavior. Specific attention is placed on the primary theorists and the evolution of their corresponding theories and how they relate to current theories associated with biological, psychological, personality, intelligence and gender, and social disorder. Students learn to identify and apply criminological theories to the commission of specific criminal acts. The history of crime and punishment is reviewed, leading to the present day criminal justice system and competing criminological theories.
Section: 2W1
3
credits

JUST 316 - Sex Offenders

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2020
October 8, 2020 — 
This course explores the implications of sexual deviance and sexual offending on the criminal justice system and its practitioners. Students consider the nature and etiology of sexually deviant behavior, as well as the societal and legal responses to such behaviors. A case-study approach is taken to examine the applied and practical aspects of sex-offender identification in the investigative process. Students assess the impact of current issues and controversies in sex offender legislation, policy and practice for criminal justice agencies and practitioners.
Section: 2F1