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Pacific Oaks College    
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum 
    
 
  Dec 10, 2019
 
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


 

Special Education

   •  SPED 592 - Directed Teaching Placement II
   •  SPED 642 - Advanced Studies of Assistive Technology & Transition

Organizational Leadership

   •  OLC 500 - Leadership and Organizational Behavior
   •  OLC 508 - Essentials of Human Resources
   •  OLC 514 - Strategic Planning and Decision Making
   •  OLC 521 - Business Principles for Leaders
   •  OLC 528 - Human Diversity and Ethics
   •  OLC 535 - Project and Operational Management
   •  OLC 542 - Managing External Relationships
   •  OLC 650 - Applied Research Project I
   •  OLC 651 - Applied Research Project II
   •  OLC 652 - Applied Research Project III

Advocacy and Social Justice

   •  ASJ 300 - A History of Social Justice Reform
   •  ASJ 390 - Social Media, Technology and Social Change
   •  ASJ 590 - Harnessing the Power of Social Media and Technology for Social Impact and Change
   •  ASJ 667 - Advocacy in Action: Fieldwork/Internship
   •  MLS 410 - The American Legal System
   •  MLS 415 - Legal Fundamentals
   •  MLS 430 - Litigation & its Alternatives
   •  MLS 435 - Research and Advocacy
   •  MLS 440 - Administrative Process
   •  MLS 502 - Global Relationships

Community Psychology

   •  CP 301 - Introduction to Community Psychology
   •  CP 310 - Mapping Communities
   •  CP 312 - Critical Gender and Sexuality Studies
   •  CP 315 - Drugs: Use and Abuse in Contemporary Society
   •  CP 316 - Geopolitical of Migrations and Mobility- Its Impact on Community
   •  CP 317 - Institutions and Social Change
   •  CP 320 - Psychology of Culture, Power, and Inequality
   •  CP 410 - Community Mental Health
   •  CP 411 - Risk and Resilience
   •  CP 412 - Eco-Psychology
   •  CP 430 - Principles of Field/Action Research
   •  CP 470 - Fieldwork in Community Psychology
   •  CP 480 - Community Psychology Capstone and Fieldwork
   •  GEN 400 - The Global Community: International Study Abroad

General Education

   •  COM 150 - Effective Communication
   •  CRIM 300 - Introduction to Criminology
   •  CT 300 - Ethics: A Global Civic Perspective
   •  ENG 101 - English Composition I
   •  ENG 201 - English Composition II
   •  ENV 100 - Introduction to Environmental Science with Lab
   •  GEN 284A - Reflective Study: Developmental Theory
   •  GEN 284B - Reflective Study: Developmental Theory Analysis
   •  GEN 285A - Reflective Study: Diversity Theory
   •  GEN 285B - Reflective Study: Diversity Analysis
   •  GEN 286A - Reflective Study: Fieldwork
   •  GEN 286B - Implementation
   •  GEN 287A - Reflective Study: Research
   •  GEN 287B - Reflective Study: Leadership
   •  GEN 289 - Writing and Communications for Empowerment
   •  GEN 299 - Portfolio Development and Assessment
   •  GEN 300 - Success at Pacific Oaks
   •  HIST 100 - U.S. History
   •  LIT 300 - Introduction to Literature
   •  MATH 160 - Quantitative Reasoning
   •  MUS 100 - Global Music and Culture
   •  NUTR 100 - Human Nutrition
   •  POL 100 - American Government and Political Issues
   •  PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSY 103 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 105 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 201 - Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience
   •  RESM 235 - Research Methods for the Social Sciences
   •  SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  STATS 225 - Integrated Statistics
 

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