BA 690-10: Business Law Management
Focuses on the management of legal services and addresses how legal services are structured and delivered to help managers better understand the proper utilization of such services. Emphasis will be on understanding and drafting simple business documents.
Enrollment restricted to students in the FEMBA program.
EDUC 696-4: Initial Training for Teachers of Spanish as a Second Language/ Nivel Inicial para la Formacion de Profesores de Espanol Como Lengua Extranjera
Two-week course aimed at graduates or students in their final year of their bilingual credential program who wish to advance their teacher formation as part of their professional development in Spanish as a foreign language. Course provides future teachers of Spanish as a foreign language with key techniques and useful tools for application in the classroom. Students will be required to attend class at the University of Valladolid, Spain, and complete assignments. Enrollment restricted to bilingual pre-service teachers or bilingual graduate students who seek further training in teaching Spanish.
EDUC 696-5: Advanced Training for Teachers of Spanish as a Second Language /Nivel Avanzado para la Formacion de Profesores de Espanol Como Lengua Extranjera
Two-week advanced course for teachers of Spanish who have some classroom and/or clinical practice experience in bilingual education with an interest in broadening their didactic knowledge in Spanish language teaching. Course provides teachers with content and resources for lesson planning in Spanish as a foreign language. Students will be required to attend class at the University of Valladolid, Spain, and complete assignments. Enrollment restricted to bilingual pre-service and/or in-service teachers who have some experience in teaching Spanish or are seeking a bilingual authorization to teach Spanish in a bilingual setting.
PSCI 390-17: Political theory and pop culture
Examines the relevancy of political theory to the ordinary daily life. Studies the impact of political ideas developed by Plato, Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Kant on popular contemporary films and music. May not be taken for credit by students who received credit for PSCI 472.