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ASP100 Skills for Success

This course is designed to prepare learners for success in their undergraduate programs at Argosy University. Students develop strategies to help them achieve their educational goals and to apply what they have already learned in other school, work, and personal settings. Self-assessments are used to help students determine their learning styles and to develop successful strategies for learning. Course activities reinforce communication, critical thinking, and classroom participation skills that play a vital role in learning at Argosy University.

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COM104 Persuasion

This course examines persuasion from the perspective of the humanistic and social scientific traditions. It explores both theory and practice with the goal of enhancing the student’s ability as consumer and practitioner.

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COM105 Organizational Communications

In this course, students study the role of communication in the effective management of formal organizations. Students examine contemporary communication theory, as well as a set of strategies and methods helpful in analyzing an organization’s ability to communicate.

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COM107 Reading and Writing: An Interconnected Process

This course focuses on foundational critical literacy skills by examining the connection between reading and writing. Application of college-level critical reading and writing strategies will be emphasized.

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COM450 Communication, Gender & Culture

A comprehensive study that examines how gender is created and sustained through communication within cultures; how conventional views of masculinity and femininity lead to inequalities, reflecting cultural values; and how institutional, social, and personal communication sustain the status quo. Using theories and the latest research in gender communication, students will discuss topics and issues such as stereotypes of women and men; growing up feminine, growing up masculine; key concepts of the women’s and men’s movements; gender communication in family dynamics, in school, in organizational settings, in the media; gendered communication in romantic/personal relationships/friendships; and gender issues involving power and violence.

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ECO201 Macroeconomics

This course provides a study of economic analysis of the factors at work in the marketplace. Emphasis is placed on the study of macroeconomics. The study of the determination of income, output, employment, and prices in the economy are also examined. This course is equivalent to B5001

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ECO202 Microeconomics

This course provides a study of economic analysis of the factors at work in the marketplace. Emphasis is placed on the study of macroeconomics. The study of the determination of income, output, employment, and prices in the economy are also examined. This course is equivalent to B5001

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ENG401 Shakespeare Today

This course examines the ideas and art of Shakespeare’s writings with a modern-day perspective

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HUM110 The Immigrant Experience

Students will engage in thematic readings, reflection, and discussion on the topic of immigration and its history in the United States. Emphasis will be on both primary and secondary sources that expand and elaborate on these thematic concerns.

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HUM401 American Voices

Students contemplate the idea of multiculturalism in America, and the role it may play in their own lives. The historical and cultural importance of notions such as the “American Dream,” “American family values,” and America as a “nation of immigrants” are examined in close readings of a wide array of American writers. Students are guided by such methods that engage them in the readings, and are asked to respond in writing—using both formal (traditional papers) and less formal (online class discussions) ways. Students develop critical and analytical skills that will be applicable in many other areas of their lives.

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MAT111 Math in the Real World

Whether calculating a payment plan, analyzing an inventory, studying the efficacy of a treatment, determining correlation in a set of data, or producing a histogram, there are a variety of powerful computational software tools one can use to solve real-world problems. In this course, students will use a computational software program to solve practical mathematical programs.

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MAT112 General Education Statistics

Mathematical reasoning and the solving of real-life problems are examined in this course. Topics include: descriptive methods, basic probability theory, probability distributions, statistical inference, correlation and regression, and F-test and analysis of variance.

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PHI101 Ethics in Contemporary Society

Ethics is the investigation of moral motive and action: What is the right thing to do, and why do the right thing? Students investigate personal, professional, and social issues of the day using the major ethical theories of western civilization. Based on research, students formulate and evaluate their own ethical positions in the context of respectful classroom dialogue.

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POL110 American Government

This course is an introduction to American politics and government, focusing on political processes and institutions and on contemporary political issues.

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SCI115 The Ecological Perspective

An introduction to the interrelationships of living things to each other and their environment. Students learn about plant and animal identification and behaviors as these relate to the important ecological concepts of habitat, ecosystem, biological communities, and dynamic balance. The roles of natural resources and impact of human activity are also considered.

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SCI116 Science as a way of Thinking

Every time we interact with nature or technology, we confront a host of scientific principles and applications. This course provides students with an exploration of real world scientific concepts that influence their daily lives. Topics such as the physics of motion, electromagnetic waves, evolution, and biodiversity will be covered in this course.

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SOC110 Sociology in a Global Perspective

This course presents an analysis of the development and persistence of social patterns and the impact of cultural, environmental, and social factors on the individual. Discussions include the theories and methods by which groups are studied; current interpretations of issues, such as family, ethnicity, and politics; cross-cultural comparisons of sociological areas; the global community of human beings and its sociological constructs.

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SOC111 The Working Poor in America

This course focuses on the working poor in America with particular emphasis on unemployment, poverty, and the plight of the working class since the 2008 recession. Students explore the topic using an

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