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Online, hybrid, and face-to-face classes 12 CREDIT HOURS • BUS 327 Business Communication• COM 303 Interpersonal Communication• COM 329 Public Relations• SSC 310 Conflict Resolution and Ethical Decision-making Gain skills to succeed in today’s diverse work environments.Produce newsletters, media kits, and professional reports.Work in teams to boost communication and problem-solving. Contact: Chandra Massner firstname.lastname@example.org (606) 218-5004
Take four out of five courses in online, hybrid, and face-to-face formats• COM 303 Interpersonal Communication• COM 304 Health Communication• COM 306 Gender and Communication• COM 323 Intercultural Communication • SSC 310 Conflict Resolution and Ethical Decision-makingGain in-demand communication and problem-solving skills.Analyze communication challenges and ways to resolve them.Of special interest for careers in the helping professions. Contact: Jeremy Dempseyjeremydempsey@upike.edu(606) 218-5470
Choose 4 of the 5 following classes:• BUS 216 Digital Citizenship• COM 320 Digital Journalism• COM 350 Social Media• FMA 135 Intro to Film & Media Arts• FMA 170 Digital Imaging• FMA 375 Web Design and DevelopmentDemonstrate technical knowledge of digital tools and programs. Curate and evaluate digital content.Produce artifacts using digital techniques. Analyze trends and issues in digital design. Contact: Chandra Massner email@example.com (606) 218-5004
Online, hybrid, and face-to-face classes• CJ 152 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System • CJ 283 Corrections • CJ 384 Community-Based Corrections • SOC 214 Juvenile Delinquency Gain a practical understanding of the court system, corrections, and rehabilitation.Read crime data, produce reports, and assess community needs. Prepare for any field focused on community safety. Contact: Tim Robertstimothyroberts@upike.edu(606) 218-5022
Courses Required:• HUM 320 Gender and Women Studies• COM 306 Gender and Communication• BUS 357 Leadership: Theory and PracticeOR• BUS 206 Entrepreneurial MindsetElective Courses – Choose from the following:• SW 300 Diversity and Difference• SSC 310 Conflict Resolution and Ethical Decision-making• ENG 380 Women AuthorsLearn to communicate effectively and lead in a variety of settings; fosters networking, mentoring and individual plans of study.Contact: Summer Musicksummermusick@upike.edu
Required Courses:12 credit hours• FMA 170 Digital Imaging• FMA 235 Basic Video Production• SCI 250 Intro to 3D Printing• COM 102 Digital Design• COM 350 Social Media Ample opportunity for hands-on experience.Quality faculty with academic and research experience.Get ahead with technology in the workplace. Contact: Dr. Andrew Reed (606) firstname.lastname@example.org
Required Courses:12 credit hours• SPN 111 Beginning Spanish I• SPN 112 Beginning Spanish II• SPN 306 Spanish Conversations• SPN 317 Spanish for the Professions Prepared for careers in multicultural settings.Participate in multilingual communities around the world.Gain cultural competence and understanding. Contact: Dr. Ella Smith-Justice(606) 218-5049EllaSmithJustice@upike.edu
Required Courses:12 credit hours• PLS 101 American Government and Politics• HIS 150 Survey of U.S. History• COM 325 Political Communication• CJ 152 Introduction to Criminal Justice Create projects that demonstrate effective and proper use of methodological research.Participate in interdisciplinary collaborations creating solutions to modern challenges.Develop critical thinking and listening skills that are used in civic environments. Contact: Tyler Sycktylersyck@upike.edu(606) 218-4493
Required Courses:12 credit hours• BUS 330 – Behavior in Organization• BUS 357 – Leadership Theory and Practice• BUS 499- Directed Individual Study in Business• SSC 310- Conflict Resolution and Ethical Decision Making Understand the history of leadership and its development.Understand how to create an effective team environment in the workplace.Explore your own value system and how it influences leader behavior.Apply current leadership theories to a variety of personal and professionalenvironments. Contact: Chris Harrischrisharris@upike.edu
12 credit hoursRequired Courses:• HUM 320 Gender and Women StudiesSelect three courses from the following:• ART 317 Women in Art• COM 306 Gender & Communication• COM 355 Rhetoric of Injustice• CJ 419 Women in Crime• ENG 380 Women Authors• HUM 370 Destination Study• MUS 316 Music History: Women in Music• PSY 375 Psychology of Gender• REL 381 Women in the Bible Contact: Chandra Massner email@example.com (606) 218-5004
Required Courses:Select two from:• HUM 320 Gender and Women Studies• SW 300 Diversity & Difference• SOC 405 Social StratificationSelect two from:• ART 315 Non-European World Art I • COM 306 Gender & Communication • COM 323 Intercultural Communication • COM 337 Social Justice and Media • COM 355 Rhetoric of Injustice • CJ 463 Race, Ethnicity, Social Class, and Crime • EDU 203 Diversity in the Classroom • ENG 380 Women Authors • ENG 385 African American Literature • HIS 160 Survey of World History • HIS 355 Introduction to Modern Latin America • HUM 350 Rojo, blanco, y azul: Latinos in the US• MUS 118 Music Appreciation: World Music • REL 230 World’s Great Living Religions • REL 360 Martin Luther King Jr.• REL 430 Spirituality in the World Religions Contact: Sarah Ratliffsratli01@upike.edu(606) 218-5151