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Course Descriptions

HSC 591 Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Long-Term Care 3(3-0)

This course covers the legal and regulatory issues inherent to the long-term care industry in the United States. In addition, this course serves as preparation for individuals wishing to sit for the National Association of Board of Examiners Exam (“National Exam”). Prerequisites: undergraduate students must have completed 56 credit hours; HSC 571 recommended.

HSC 592 Administration Issues in Long-Term Care 3(3-0)

This course covers the facility management issues of long-term care ad- ministration, including aspects of business, regulation and human resources. Prerequisites: undergraduate students must have completed 56 credit hours; HSC 570 recommended.

HSC 593 Resident Care Issues in Long-Term Care Administration 3(3-0)

This course covers the residential and clinical aspects of long-term care administration. Prerequisites: undergraduate students must have completed 56 credit hours.

HSC 598 Nature and Dynamics of Destructive Health Habits 3(3-0)

Etiologies and recovery strategies of substance abuse, eating and sexual disorders and the detrimental health habits which undermine healthy lifestyles. Prerequisites: HSC 235.

HSC 617 Community and Public Health 3(3-0) Problems of public health, public health services available to the community, and organization of programs of local, state, and national health agencies.

HSC 670 Research Methods for Health, Physical Education and Sport, Health and Recreation 3(3-0)

Basic research methods and techniques essential in performing and interpret- ing scientific studies. Identical to PES 670. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Recommended: 6 hours of graduate course work completed prior to enrollment.

HSC 700 Program Evaluation in the Health Fields 3(3-0)

Major concepts, issues, and methodologies concerning the evaluation of health services delivery systems will be presented. Included is design, report- ing, and utilization of findings.

HST - History

HST 101 The Development of Western Civilization 3(3-0)

Selected political, economic, social, religious, intellectual, and aesthetic ele- ments in the background of present-day western civilization from the beginning of historic times to today. HST 101: from ancient times to 1700 A.D.; HST 102: from 1700 to the present. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 102 The Development of Western Civilization 3(3-0)

Selected political, economic, social, religious, intellectual, and aesthetic ele- ments in the background of present-day western civilization from the beginning of historic times to today. HST 101: from ancient times to 1700 A.D.; HST 102: from 1700 to the present. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 106 Twentieth Century: Western World Issues 3(3-0) Issues of contemporary importance, such as the threat of nuclear wa , the rise of dictatorship, world wars, dissent. (University Program Group III-B)

HST 110 The American Experience 3(3-0)

Surveys of the main themes of American history. Collectively the themes should help us understand who we are-and in turn who we should be. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 111 United States to 1865 3(3-0) A broad and interpretative study of the United States before the Civil War. (University Program Group III-B)

HST 112 United States 1865 to the Present 3(3-0) A broad and interpretative study of the United States since the Civil War. (University Program Group III-B)

HST 163 The Latin American Experience 3(3-0)

Introduction to Latin American history and cultures; emphasis given the Pre- columbian civilizations, European conquest and colonization, and modern Latin America’s prospects and problems. (University Program Group IV-B)

HST 168 The Far East 3(3-0) Japan, China, and related areas from historical beginnings to the present with emphasis on the last two centuries. (University Program Group IV-B)

HST 176 The African Experience 3(3-0)

Introduction to African history and cultures; emphasizes indigenous societies and their development, European influence and control, and the problems and prospects of independent Africa. (University Program Group IV-B)

HST 200 The Medieval Civilization 3(3-0)

Development of a new cultural synthesis as medieval civilization struggles to survive while becoming the predecessor of the modern Western world. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 221 Growing Up in America 3(3-0)

Child rearing, education, social experiences, search for identity, and finding a career from colonial times to the present. Emphasis on late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Identical to WST 221. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. (University Program Group IV-A)

HST 228 American Business: A History 3(3-0)

Ahistory ofAmerican business with primary emphasis on the role of individuals and the evolution of institutions-partnerships, corporations, and conglomerates. (University Program Group III-A)

HST 236 The Near East to Alexander 3(3-0)

The cultural and political development of the Middle East and Egypt from the earliest times to the age of Alexander the Great. (University Program Group IV-B)

HST 237 The Middle East since Muhammad 3(3-0) An examination of the history and cultures of the Middle East from the origins and expansion of Islam until modern times. (University Program Group IV - B)

HST 238 Ancient Greece and Rome 3(3-0) The development of Greek and Roman civilization to A.D. 565. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 315 The Vietnam War 3(3-0) Examines the modern conflicts in Vietnam, the American experience in Indo- china from 1945 to 1975, and the war’s implications for the United States.

HST 320 United States Social History to 1865 3(3-0)

Founding and social structure of regional societies; religious and family life; social problems and reform; emphasis on slavery and nineteenth century origins of modern institutions.

HST 321 United States Social History since 1865 3(3-0)

Experience of different classes, age, sex and ethnic groups, and development of new social institutions; stresses the historical roots of current social problems. (University Program Group III-B)

HST 322 Westward Movement in America 3(3-0) The impact of territorial expansion in the United States upon economics, culture, and politics.

HST 323 History of Native Americans 3(3-0)

The study of native peoples of North America before Columbus, and the interrelationships between the native peoples and European immigrants after Columbus. (University Program Group IV-C)

HST 324 African-American History to 1915 3(3-0) Examines African-American leadership, social and political life in the New World from slavery to the pre-World War I period. (University Program Group IV-C)

HST 325 African-Americans in Twentieth Century America 3(3-0)

Analyzes change and continuity in African-American leadership, tactics, social and political life in efforts to gain full equality. (University Program Group IV-C)

HST 326 Women in America 3(3-0)

Study of the traditional position of women in American society as documented in historical, literary, and biographical sources. Identical to WST 328. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 333 History of Michigan 3(3-0) A study of the development of Michigan, from earliest settlement by Native Americans to the present, focusing on economic, social, and political history.

HST 340 The High Middle Ages 3(3-0)

An interdisciplinary thematic study of the key facets of the medieval West at its high point: its environment, people, religion and cultural achievements. (University Program Group IV-A)

HST 341 Renaissance and Reformation 3(3-0) Social, cultural, intellectual, and political history of these two movements in Europe to 1600. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 342 The Culture of Renaissance Italy (Study Abroad) 3(Spec)

Renaissance Italy (4 weeks on site) as it survives in texts, churches and mu- seums of the five major Renaissance cultural centers: Milan, Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples. (University Program Group I-A)

HST 344 Modern Europe, 1815-1918 3(3-0) The economic, political, social, cultural, and diplomatic developments in Europe from the close of the Napoleonic era to the end of World War I.

HST 347 The French Revolution and Napoleonic Period 3(3-0) Origin and development of the French Revolution and the role of Napoleon in European history, 1787-1815. (University Program Group III-B)

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