Art 200 is an introductory course that chronicles the major developments in art that span from the Upper Paleolithic Period through the Fourteenth Century. This broad, comprehensive survey details this time period’s diverse range of artistic output while identifying the wider contexts (historical, social, cultural, religious) that affected the characteristics and motivations of early art production.
Course DescriptionStudy of the essential elements of oral communication, with major emphasis on public speaking. Includes use of multimedia technologies for presentations.Course ContentCommunication DisciplineBasic RhetoricSpeech StructureContent DevelopmentSpeech PreparationSpeech AnxietyDelivery Techniques and StylesListeningMulticultural CommunicationSpeech AnalysisCommunication EthicsAudience AnalysisPublic Speaking in Group EnvironmentsIndividual Research Project
This course is an 8 Module:Introductory study of critical thinking and logic, with emphasis on argumentation, rhetoric, andproblem-solving.Examination of language, meaning, definition, fallacies, and arguments as theyoccur in academic and real-world settings (with an emphasis on online communication, media,and digital environments).Application of logic and critical thinking strategies to contemporaryissues and practical problem solving.
This course is an 8 Module:Investigation of ethical problems and solutions in contemporary business practice.Examination ethical theories and how to correctly use ethical decision-making frameworks to resolve issues dealing with personal, social, environmental, and corporate responsibility.Analysis of topics including personal morality in profit-oriented enterprises; codes of ethics; obligations to employees and other stakeholders; truth in advertising; whistleblowing and company loyalty; self and government regulation; the logic and future of capitalism; the changing responsibilities of the manager; and the need for awareness of social justice in management and business activities.