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Spring 2014 Rapid City Courses

Rapid City Courses - Spring 2014
The University of South Dakota Division of Continuing & Distance Education

Priority Registration begins October 28, 2013 - WebAdvisor
Open Registration begins November 18, 2013 - WebAdvisor


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The section number for Rapid City face-to-face courses is U920 and Rapid City DDN is U921.


CJUS 203 U920
Policing in a Free Society

Synonym #
93108

Credits
3

Instructor
Pete Ragnone

Description
Presents the role of law enforcement within the criminal justice system, including law enforcement organizations and functions of separate operational units. Also examines the role of the police in a democratic society, covering concepts such as police services, crime deterrence, discretion and enforcement policies.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Travis and Langworthy Policing in America 4th ISBN 9780131580220.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

R 4-7pm

Room: 126

CJUS 415 U920
Ethics in Criminal Justice

Synonym #
93109

Credits
3

Instructor
Bill Armstrong

Description
Focus on ethical decisions and dilemmas with an emphasis on the application of ethical theory to problems confronting criminal justice. Critical analysis of traditional and recent theories of justice, rights, responsibility, punishment, freedom, equality, goodness, duty, happiness, and other key concepts.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Banks Criminal Justice Ethics: Theory & Practice 3rd ISBN 9781412995450.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

M 4-7pm

Room: 204

CJUS 431 U920
Criminal Law

Synonym #
93110

Credits
3

Instructor
Heidi Linngren

Description
Examines the substantive criminal law, exploring the larger issues concerning the relationship of the individual to the state through analyzing such topics as the nature of criminal liability and the functions and justifications for criminal punishment, legal limitations upon criminalization, and the general principles of criminal liability, such as the Act and State of Mind requirements, specific offenses against persons and property, the law of attempt, the law of complexity, and conspiracy.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Samaha Criminal Law 11th ISBN 9781285061917.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

W 4-7pm

Room: 218

DCOM 534 U921
Augmentative & Alternative Communication

Synonym #
93142

Credits
3

Instructor
Elizabeth Hanson

Description
Course examines the design, selection, and use of augmentation and alternative methods of communication; the populations for which they are appropriate; and issues related to the assessment and treatment of clients using AAC methods or devices.

Prerequisites
DCOM 131, DCOM 211, DCOM 212, DCOM 224, and DCOM 331 or DCOM 733, or permission of the instructor.

Book Info
Beukelman and Mirenda Augmentative Communication: Supporting Children and Adults with Complex Communication Needs 4th ISBN 9781598571967.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

W 5-8pm

Room: 125

This course is a DDN course

HSC 310 U920
Health Care Delivery

Synonym #
93113

Credits
3

Instructor
Ann Mollman

Description
Health Care Delivery explores the history of health care delivery and how it has evolved to the current state. Contemporary trends in health care and ethical issues are considered. The importance of a system approach is emphasized. The continuum of care and the role of providers are discussed. The influence of reimbursement, payment processes, regulations, compliance demands, standards, quality assurance, and accreditation are explored.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Shi and Singh Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System 3rd ISBN 9781449683740.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

M 4-7pm

Room: 104

HSC 350 U920
Principles of Health Care

Synonym #
93114

Credits
3

Instructor
Melissa Hendricks

Description
The course focuses on professional attitudes, knowledge and skills essential in health care. Compassion, accountability, ethics, integrity and medical law are addressed. Roles of the professional, including civic engagement, stewardship, leadership and responsibility to the health of the community are explored.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Makely Professionalism in Health Care: A Primer for Career Success 4th ISBN 9780132840101.

Pozgar Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals 3rd ISBN 9781449672119.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

M 7-10pm

Room: 104

PHGY 220/220L U921
Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/Lab

Synonym #
93153
93154 Lab

Credits
4

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

Description
Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course.  Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Marieb ANAT&PHYS+MASTERGA&P A/C&A&P COLOR WB PKG 5th ISBN 9780321973320.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

M 4-7pm
W 4-7pm Lab

Room: 127

This course is a DDN course

PHGY 230/230L U921
Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/Lab

Synonym #
93159
93160 Lab

Credits
4

Instructor
Gerald McGraw

Description
This course is a continuation of material covered in PHGY 220.  Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course.  Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Marieb ANAT&PHYS+MASTERGA&P A/C&A&P COLOR WB PKG 5th ISBN 9780321973320.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

T 4-7pm
R 4-7pm Lab

Room: 127

This course is a DDN course

SPCM 744 U921
Managing Cultural Diversity

Synonym #
71731

Credits
3

Instructor
Kelly McKay-Semmler

Description
This course utilizes intercultural communication theories to develop trans-cultural leadership and management expertise. Issues of age, race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and physical disabilities in regional, national and global contexts are exa.

Prerequisites
N/A

Book Info
Gudykunst (Ed.) Theorizing About Intercultural Communication 2005 ISBN 9780761927495.

Mor Barak Managing Diversity: Toward a Globally Inclusive Workplace 3rd ISBN 9781452242231.

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Meeting Information
1/13-5/9
100% Refund Date:
1/22/2014

R 4-7pm

Room: 113

This course is a DDN course