Mastering self-leadership: Empowering yourself for personal excellence, CP Neck, CC Manz

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Content: First Eight Weeks (Session One) January 20 ­ March 13, 2015 (registration and meeting dates may differ)
RBAS 3300: Self Leadership and Personal Growth (CRN 3593) This course focuses on self-assessment, reflection, and interpersonal skill development. Individual assignments and group exercises, film, and literature will be used to explore the self, to engage in activities with others, and to allow for meaningful introspection of one's own values, motivation, and ethics. Topics such as work-life balance, personal financial management, career planning will be explored. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: Mastering Self-Leadership: Empowering Yourself for Personal Excellence (6th ed.) Authors: Chris Neck and Charles Manz ISBN: 978-0-13-275441-5 Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR Publication year: January 4, 2012 RBAS 3303: Advanced Digital Literacy (CRN 2540) This course offers an examination of online search/retrieval skills used to define, access, evaluate, manage, integrate, create, and use digital information ethically with an emphasis on critical thinking and practical use of Web 2.0 tools. This course offers a competency-based test option. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: None required RBAS 3304: Politics and Film (CRN 3579) This course examines the role of how American politics is viewed through fictional portrayals as well as the burgeoning documentary genre. For decades now, Hollywood has increasingly relied on Washington, D.C., and the political scene for movie fodder. In this vein, it is important to clarify this relationship and to better understand how movies help us relate to ourselves as citizens, to politics, political actors, and key issues. We will touch on a number of relevant topics including, but not limited to: how do these films portray the need for government, how do films illustrate key political institutions, and how do the various governmental branches shape policymaking and politics. We will rely on both written materials and movies (broadly defined) over the past several decades to answer these questions. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: A Novel Approach to Politics: Introducing Political Science through Books,
Textbook information is subject to change. For any changes, please refer to the online catalog available at
http://ilearn-WVROCKS.wvnet.edu
(updated 11-5-14)
Movies, and Popular Culture (2nd edition) Authors: Douglas A. Van Belle and Kenneth Mash ISBN: 978-0-87289-999-5 Publisher: CQ Press Publication date: November 30, 2009
RBAS 3307: The Bible as Literature (CRN 2536) Because this is a Literature course and not a Theology course, the course will examine the Bible as a whole library of literature rather than as a guide for living. As part of this literary approach, the course will treat the Bible as a text, constructed by human authors through human means. Of course, it is a unique text because believers in three major world religions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam) hold that it is the divinely inspired word of God. Therefore, students will not be arguing the truth or falsehood of any passage in the Bible, or the truth or falsehood of any of the theological ideas presented in the Bible. Instead, they will be engaged in reading this important text as literary and cultural critics.
TEXTBOOK (Optional): Title: New Oxford Annotated Bible Authors: M. D. Coogan, M. Z. Brettler, C. A. Newsom, P. Perkins (Eds.) ISBN: 978-0-19-528478-2 Publisher: Oxford University Press, Inc. Publication date: January 25, 2001 Note: This is a great study Bible, but any of the main modern translations such as The Revised Standard Bible, the New Revised Standard Bible, the Jerusalem Bible, or New Jerusalem Bible or the International Version would be perfectly acceptable.
RBAS 3309: Management of Service Organizations (CRN 2538) This course offers an overview of the management of service organizations like hospitality, tourism, and recreation. The content of the course will entail an exploration of the past, present, and future management trends for these organizations while stressing the unique characteristics of their respective operations.
REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS: Title: Service quality management in Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Authors: Jay Kandampully, Connie Mok, Beverley Sparks (Eds.) ISBN: 978-0-7890-0726-1 Publisher: Routledge Publication date: January 5, 2001 Title: Human Relations in Organizations: Applications and Skill Building Author: Robert N. Lussier ISBN: 978-0-07-338153-4 Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education Publication date: September 16, 2009
Textbook information is subject to change. For any changes, please refer to the online catalog available at
http://ilearn-WVROCKS.wvnet.edu
(updated 11-5-14)
Title: Setting the Table Author: Danny Meyer ISBN: 978-0-06-074275-1 Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Publication date: October 3, 2006 RBAS 3311: Criminology (CRN 2813) This course provides a sociological perspective on the causes of crime and societal responses to crime. We will compare the images of crime and criminals that emerge from the media, from official crime statistics, and from the writings of people engaged in criminal behavior. Specific crimes examined include mass murder, auto theft, family violence, substance abuse, and terrorism. Sociological theory and research will be applied to help students understand and explain why crime exists, and to suggest effective policies for crime reduction. We will critically analyze the functioning of the U.S. criminal justice system in light of the implications of sociological theory and research. REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS: Title: In Their Own Words Authors: Paul Cromwell and Michael Birzer (Eds.) ISBN: 978-0-19-992005-1 Publisher: Oxford University Press, Inc. Publication date: January 4, 2013 Title: Criminology Author: Piers Beirne and James W. Messerschmidt ISBN: 978-0-19-539476-4 Publisher: Oxford University Press, Inc. Publication date: February 11, 2010 RBAS 3312: Abnormal Psychology (CRN 2814) This course is designed as an upper-level, online psychology course and assumes that students possess basic knowledge about the field of psychology and that they have completed an Introduction to Psychology course. The course is set up to provide students with a more indepth look at the study of abnormal behavior and the types of psychological disorders that are identified, diagnosed, and treated with the field of clinical psychology. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology (6th Edition) Authors: Ronald J. Comer ISBN: 978-1-4292-1633-3 Publisher: Worth Publishers, Inc. Publication date: January 22, 2010
Textbook information is subject to change. For any changes, please refer to the online catalog available at
http://ilearn-WVROCKS.wvnet.edu
(updated 11-5-14)
RBAS 3316: Administration of Criminal Justice (CRN 3580) (State Police project participants only) This course examines organizational and management theories as they apply to criminal justice agencies and organizations. Different management styles, practices, and problems are discussed. Also covered are the structure, purpose, and process of the Criminal Justice System and policy making in justice administration. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: Justice Administration: Police, Courts, and Corrections Management (7th edition) Authors: K.J. Peak ISBN: 978-0-13-270899-9 Publisher: Pearson Education Publication date: 2012 RBAS 3317: Survey of 19th Century French Literature (CRN 3581) This course will examine various movements in French literature of the 19th century and the societal ideas and historic events surrounding the composition of works in each movement. Students will consider some of the literary masterpieces of the 19th century in discussions of Romanticism, Realism, and early modern literature. REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS: Title: Madame Bovary Authors: Gustave Flaubert Amazon Free Books: http://www.amazon.com/Madame-Bovary-GustaveFlaubert-ebook/dp/B0084A6XBS/ref=sr_1_1?s=digitaltext&ie=UTF8&qid=1394117899&sr=11&keywords=free+books+madame+bovary Title: Around the World in 80 Days Authors: Jules Verne Amazon Free Books: http://www.amazon.com/Around-World-Days-Jules-Verneebook/dp/B0083Z6ESG/ref=sr_1_1?s=digitaltext&ie=UTF8&qid=1394117946&sr=11&keywords=free+books+around+the+world+in+80+days Title: Hernani Authors: Victor Hugo Amazon Free Books: Translated selections provided by instructor
Textbook information is subject to change. For any changes, please refer to the online catalog available at
http://ilearn-WVROCKS.wvnet.edu
(updated 11-5-14)
RBAS 3320: Drugs and Crime (CRN 3583) (State Police Project participants only) This course will cover the history of drug use and abuse and drug legislation. The course is oriented toward a psychological/sociological perspective, with significant attention to issues related to criminal justice. The course focuses on the implications for society and the criminal justice system. The course will cover the U.S. drug policy, prevention, education, and treatment. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: Drugs, Society, and Criminal Justice (3rd Edition) Authors: Charles F. Levinthal ISBN: 978-0135120484 Publisher: Prentice Hall Publication date: February 9, 2011 RBAS 3321: Applied Ethics in Criminal Justice (CRN 3589) (State Police Project participants only) This course examines ethical issues and moral dilemmas faced by criminal justice professionals. Traditional ethical theories and practices designed to foster public trust in the criminal justice system are examined and applied. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: Police Ethics: A Matter of Character (2nd edition) Authors: D. Perez and J. Moore ISBN: 978-1111544515 Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning Publication date: January 2012 RBAS 3324: Resort Management (CRN 3592) This course provides the student with the basic knowledge to perform the following procedures and responsibilities in resort area management: facilities planning, program organization, staffing personnel, advertising and public relations, and financial administration. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Title: Resorts: Management and Operation (3rd edition) Authors: R.C. Mills ISBN: 978-1118071823 Publisher: Wiley Publication date: September 21, 2011
Textbook information is subject to change. For any changes, please refer to the online catalog available at
http://ilearn-WVROCKS.wvnet.edu
(updated 11-5-14)

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