Courses during the 2019-FA term
This course is for students seeking to fulfill the internship requirement within the Outdoor Leadership Major. This course allows students to consider their experience and growth while at their internship placement, to recognize their core values and future vision, and to identify themselves as leaders and change agents. Reflection takes place within the context of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development. This course is a requirement for students interested in receiving academic credit for an internship in their field of study. This course may be repeated for credit once as CD 4860.Prerequisite: Prior approval by the Career Development Center, including a Learning Contract signed by the academic advisor.
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This course is for students seeking to fulfill the internship requirement within the Outdoor Leadership Major. This course allows students to consider their experience and growth while at their internship placement, to recognize their core values and future vision, and to identify themselves as leaders and change agents. Reflection takes place within the context of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development. This course is a requirement for students interested in receiving academic credit for an internship in their field of study. This course may be repeated for credit once as CD 4860.Prerequisite: Prior approval by the Career Development Center, including a Learning Contract signed by the academic advisor.
This course allows students to consider their experience and growth while at their internship placement, to recognize their core values and future vision, and to identify themselves as leaders and change agents. Reflection takes place within the context of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development. This course is a requirement for student interested in receiving academic credit for an internship. This course may be repeated for credit once as CD 1860.Prerequisite: Prior approval by the Career Development Center, including a Learning Contract signed by the academic advisor.
This is an introductory course in descriptive and inferential statistics. Students learn how to use statistics in real-world situations to gain insight to often complex data sets and how to present and discuss their results. Students use the R open-source software programming language to learn data visualization and analysis which is an industry-standard tool for today's market. General Education: Quantitative Reasoning
This is an introductory course in descriptive and inferential statistics. Students learn how to use statistics in real-world situations to gain insight to often complex data sets and how to present and discuss their results. Students use the R open-source software programming language to learn data visualization and analysis which is an industry-standard tool for today's market.Quantitative Reasoning
This course is an introduction to data science. Students use the most current programing language for data science to efficiently clean and subset large datasets, use data analysis to generate hypotheses and intuition about the data, and employ statistical methods so that the data can be effectively described and visualized. Course meets General Education requirement: Quantitative Reasoning