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(EDU) < University Of San Diego

The course will look at various systems of care including community, public and private mental health and social services including how they can support Recovery Oriented Case Management. The course will address how diversity, socio-economic status and poverty may affect and be affected by, the implementation of Recovery Oriented Case Management.

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Undergraduate Courses < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Download PDF of the 2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog. All pages in Undergraduate Catalog.

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2021-2022 Undergraduate Course Catalog < University of San ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This 2021-2022 Undergraduate Online Catalog site contains the most up-to-date information for students, faculty and staff. Students entering the University of San Diego and/or declaring a major during 2021-2022, should follow information contained in the published course catalog (also known as the "catalog of record") available early summer 2019.

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Education (EDUC) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course has been developed to help USD undergraduates explore and confirm career interests in education, with a focus on teaching. It is a required course for the Undergraduate Minor in Education. Presenting both historical and current views of teaching and education, this course encourages students to think more deeply, more broadly, and ...

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Business Administration (BUSN) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to prepare participants to work effectively in or with Latin America organizations by providing an understanding of the issues, opportunities, and complexities associated with doing business in the region. The focus is on the cultural, historical, economic, social, political and business environments in Latin America and ...

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2021-2022 Graduate Course Catalog < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) USD offers 28 master's degrees, three doctoral degrees, the JD, and five LLM degrees. Across all of our graduate programs, award-winning faculty engage students through small class sizes, hands-on research, and real-world global experiences and knowledge. The is the list of degrees currently offered. Detailed information about these degrees is available through the Graduate Course Catalog and the School of Law. Because of the variety of programs offered, there are many different deadlines asso…

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Finance (FINA) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course is designed for students to perform real-world financial analyses and make financial decisions for a company throughout its venture life cycle, from the founding of a company to its liquidity event for its investors. The course is constructed as a combination of lectures, project workshops, and discussions based on five key ...

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Accounting (ACCT) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) Although the course is designed for Business and Accounting majors, upper division students from outside the School of Business Administration are welcome and are encouraged to consult with the instructor for permission to take the course. (Students are eligible for this course after successfully completing 45 units and the course prerequisites.).

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Economics (ECON) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to prepare participants to work effectively in or with Latin American organizations by providing an understanding of the issues, opportunities, and complexities associated with doing business in the region. The focus is on the cultural, historical, economic, social, political and business environments in Latin America ...

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Theatre (THEA) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) THEATRE IN EDUCATION. Units: 3. This course is designed specifically for future elementary school teachers enrolled in the liberal studies major as an introduction to the use of theatre and dance in the classroom. It involves theatre and dance through form, style, history, and cultural perspectives.

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English (ENGL) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) A workshop course in the writing of expository, descriptive, and critical prose. This course is designed to fulfill the upper division written literacy requirement for non-English majors; it will fulfill an upper division elective for English majors. Every semester. Students may …

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Management (MGMT) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to give women a repertoire of skills needed in various work-related situations. The course examines management requirements for various organizational levels and stresses the difference between personal and organizational issues.

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Marketing (MKTG) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course extends beyond a narrow definition of e-marketing and expands it to a focus on digital strategy and implementation. There is a dual focus on both theory and application concerning the digital elements of marketing variables: online consumer behavior; search engine marketing; web development; content creation & email marketing; and ...

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Engineering (ENGR) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course introduces students to the engineering, science and economic aspects of the coffee growing, harvesting, production, distribution, roasting, grinding and brewing processes. Students will apply fundamental principles of engineering analysis and design, and be guided through a series of laboratory experiments testing the effect of ...

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Philosophy (PHIL) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course may include such topics as the relation of mind and body, the nature of consciousness, life after death and the existence of the soul, the possibility of artificial intelligence, race and gender issues, the relation between the individual and society, and non-Western views of human nature.

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Grad Business Administration (GSBA) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide students with simple, powerful approaches for improving supply chains and operations, particularly at small to mid-sized companies. The level of analysis ranges from strategic to tactical. Students will learn a framework for formulating and implementing an …

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Special Education (EDSP) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide students with the skills required to work effectively with the families of children and youth with disabilities and with the network of service providers and community agencies with which these families interact. Focus will be on understanding family coping processes, development of communication and problem ...

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Psychology (PSYC) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will involve the discussion and application of research methods and statistics concepts through course content and the completion of a research project (extensive reading in the empirical literature, designing an experimental study, and collecting and analyzing data); writing and revising a scientific, APA style research paper; and ...

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Information Technology Mgmt (ITMG) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to give the student a thorough understanding of the existing use of data communication networks, information security and computing forensics. Students will also learn about future developments in the area of telecommunications. Topics include: various protocols, topologies, and configurations used in modern data ...

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Theology & Religious Studies (THRS) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course will also address basic research methodologies, the use of the library and the internet, and the construction of a research paper. This seminar is required of all majors and is open to minors. The course should be taken as soon as possible following the declaration of the major or minor.

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(MSRE) - University of San Diego < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an intensive week-long introduction to real-estate fundamentals to help students establish a solid foundation. It covers the major property types and the key players/institutions in the commercial real estate business.

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Special Education (EDSP) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide students with the skills required to work effectively with the families of children and youth with disabilities and with the network of service providers and community agencies with which these families interact. Focus will be on understanding family coping processes, development of communication and problem ...

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CyberSecurityOperations/Ldrshp (CSOL) < University of San ...

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will be taught around a set of established engineering, economic and management processes and practices to fill a gap in planning for improved cyber security within organizations. Students will understand the role of management and leadership in mitigating threat and achieving organizational goals in information protection.

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Leadership Studies (LEAD) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to acquaint students in their first two years at USD, with 21st-century models of leadership and expose them to the multiple opportunities for active participation in leadership and changemaking at USD. A wide range of foundational topics such as power and privilege will be discussed focusing on a critical awareness of ...

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Chemistry (CHEM) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description: This course is designed for the non-science major with a focus on food, cooking and baking while introducing foundational concepts in chemistry and biochemistry. Using a variety of approaches including hands-on activities, students will learn the chemical and biochemical principles of food and cooking.

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Cyber Security Engineering (CYBR) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an introduction to fundamental concepts of computer network security and defense, including planning, architecture, system design and deployment, risk assessments, and identifying network security threats from a cybersecurity perspective.

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Applied Data Science < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course covers data exploration and data mining principles, techniques, and applications with a variety of integrated theoretical and practical examples in classification, association analysis, cluster analysis, and anomaly detection. This course also includes a wide variety of applied examples associated with each topic in data mining.

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Communication Studies (COMM) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an examination of the history, forms, and functions of American independent cinema. The course will introduce students to important films and filmmakers instrumental in the independent genre while comparing and contrasting the aesthetic and content of independent cinema with the traditional practices of Hollywood studios.

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Master of Accountancy (MACC) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course uses case studies to review corporate formations, corporate operations, corporate distributions, and S corporations. Following this review, the course examines advanced topics, including consolidated tax returns, corporate reorganizations, net operating loss limitations, and financial statement tax …

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Political Science (POLS) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course involves participation in a governmental office at the local, state, or national level. Students are required to complete a research paper under the supervision of the instructor. This course is open only to junior or senior political science or international relations majors with a …

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History (HIST) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course on postwar German history examines the two Germanies, one communist, one capitalist through topics such as the different approaches to the legacy of National Socialism, challenges of reconstruction, and responses to Americanization and Sovietization in politics, art, and mass culture.

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Leadership Studies (LEAD) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course is more a leadership theory course framed by film than a film course that focuses on the subject of leadership. With Gary Yukl’s popular leadership textbook as a guide students will develop a working understanding of the trait, behavior, power-influence, situational and integrative approaches to …

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Marine Science (MARS) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is intended to build on a basic understanding of statistical analysis gained at the undergraduate level. The course will review methods of hypothesis testing and the statistical tests most commonly used in oceanography. It will introduce multivariate techniques and …

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Visual Arts (ARTV) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course’s central topic will change every semester, enabling students to repeat the course without repeating its content. The following is a partial list of the topics that will be explored: representation, identity, and the narrative portrait; informed by nature: The landscape from the panoramic to the microscopic; the expressionist voice ...

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Language (LANG) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course entails tutoring one hour per week, completion of homework (readings and responses, maintaining a journal, etc.) as well as mandatory attendance at two group meetings per semester. This course does not satisfy the second language requirement. Elective …

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Supply Chain Management (BSCM) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course develops advanced ability to use quantitative methods and Excel spreadsheet to build effective models for operational decisions. The course introduces analytical and modeling tools for operations and supply chain management topics including inventory control, supply chain network design, logistic planning, demand planning.

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Gender Studies (GNDS) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will begin by examining the distinction between sex and gender, as well has how that distinction is employed in discussions of sexuality. Specifically, we will examine the so-called “nature” vs. “nurture” debate and the most recent scientific claims about “innate” sex differences.

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Marital & Family Therapy (MFTS) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) Prerequisites: MFTS 365. This course is an innovative and collaborative partnership between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs. It will provide peer support and peer counseling for USD students. Track one students will serve as peer coaches for students identified “at-risk” (e.g. students on academic probation, those who have received mid ...

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Biology (BIOL) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course will also cover the pathological conditions that are most often seen by medical personnel, and will discuss how the loss of homeostasis leads to pathology or disease. BIOL 212 is the prerequisite for BIOL 213 , and this combination is intended to meet the requirements of students preparing for allied health occupations.

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Ethics & the Law (ETLW) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course analyzes the effect of business activities on the environment. Environmental public policies are examined, as well as selected corporate environmental policies. The course addresses a myriad of questions, such as: Is there an inherent conflict between business profits and environmental protection?

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Political Science (POLS) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) The course reviews historical and contemporary global migration trends, as well as the specific contexts, aspects, and drivers of migration and immigration policy. In the process, students will learn about differing views in different nations about complex and contentious issues related to the politics of migration and immigration, including ...

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Art History (ARTH) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course examines the ways architecture, urban planning and real estate have been implicated in the histories of colonialism—understood broadly as instituting white settler control over indigenous lands, the dispossession and marginalization of colonized peoples, and/or establishing European cultural, economic, and political domination.

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Spanish (SPAN) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This is a course on Jewish cultural production in the Americas. An interdisciplinary course that examines migration and exile, otherness, memory, and the Holocaust in literature, film, music and the visual arts, in relation to the intersectionality of ethnicity, religion, class, sexuality, gender and nation.

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Mechanical Engineering (MENG) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course covers introductory materials related to the subject of robotics. The course is designed to encompass theories as well as practices, intended for both the user and the designer of a robotic system. Topics include modeling and analyses of the mechanics …

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Environmental & Ocean Sciences (EOSC) < University of San ...

Posted: (52 years ago) An introductory course to give students a comprehensive overview of the Earth and its component systems. The emphasis of this course is the interactions among the atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. Various global environmental issues also will be examined from the perspective of physical geography.

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Nurse Practitioner Track Cours (NPTC) < University of San ...

Posted: (52 years ago) (This course is the second part of the primary Care II series.). Note: Successful completion of both the theory and the clinical components of the course with a letter grade of B- or higher is necessary to pass the course. In addition, a minimum 80% examination average must be achieved in order to successfully complete the course.

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Latin (LATN) < University of San Diego

Posted: (52 years ago) This course proposes that the love poem as traditionally understood in the Western literary tradition was created by these Roman poets writing (mostly) in the second half of the 1st cent. BCE. This course is taught in English and satisfies the core requirement for Literary Inquiry, but does not satisfy the core Second Language requirement.

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