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EDL 901 Qualitative Research

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/edl-901-qualitative-research/
Students will build on their prior familiarity with the techniques of emergent-theme transcript analysis to branch out into a range of qualitative techniques including ethnography, unobtrusive measures, historiography, and case studies. The focus will be on student’s gaining experience with the implementation of the techniques, and the development of perspectives validated by their application of the […]
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Marketing Minor – Adult Undergraduate

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/degree/marketing-minor-adult-undergraduate/
(may be taken by a student not pursuing a business major) 15–18 credits as follows: 9–12 credits: BUA 101* Introduction to Business, 3 cr. MKT 201 Principles of Marketing, 3 cr. MKT 302 Principles of Advertising, 3 cr. MKT xxx Marketing elective, 3 cr. 6 credits from the following: ART 201 Design, 3 cr. ART […]
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Current Assessment Processes

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/current-assessment-processes/
Marian University’s Institutional Self-Study and Evaluation system includes planning at three levels, in all functional areas – including academic and co-curricular programs, student engagement, and administrative support and governance. Designing and sustaining a system for assuring learning in accord with Marian University’s core values is a grassroots process.  Our current design and strategic plan is […]
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Angels and Warriors: Teaching Strategies of At-Risk Educators

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/news/angels-warriors-teaching-strategies-at-risk-educators/
A Marian University professor has offered new teaching strategies for at-risk educators based on research and input from both teachers and students. He divided the most highly successful at-risk educators into one of two groups: Angel educators and Warrior educators. Anthony Dallmann-Jones, Ph.D., recently shared his findings in a post on LinkedIn. Teaching Strategies of […]
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Marian University launches The Muriel Press

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/news/marian-university-launches-the-muriel-press/
Marian University will launch The Muriel Press in the fall of 2018. The Muriel Press is an embedded micro-press at Marian University, where students gain hands-on skills in editing, book design, marketing, and public relations through an internship-in-the-classroom. Through a multi-course sequence delivered through the English, Art, and Communication programs, students take books from submission […]
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COM 333 Computer Applications for Communication

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/com-333-computer-applications-for-communication/
The course introduces students to the use of computer programs for desktop publishing. Students design and produce various documents, including brochures, newsletters, etc. A thorough understanding of the elements of good design is stressed in the course through the application of both analytical and hands-on skills.
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TCH 630A Planning Science and Health Curriculum

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/tch-630a-planning-science-and-health-curriculum/
This course develops professional expertise in the design and evaluation of science curriculum and instruction, including the health sciences, and in the assessment of student learning of this content. Theory, methods, and models specific to the fields of science and health education are used to evaluate curriculum and select standards-based learning targets, design inquiry-based instruction, […]
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ART 201 Design

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/art-201-design/
A study of design theory, its evolution, and the elements and principles of design. To apply the theory, students create two-dimensional designs in a variety of media. Fundamental visual communication methods are studied and applied. This is a required course for all art majors, and a preferred art core course for communication majors. Previous art experience […]
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NUR 673 Nurse Educator Theory II

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/nur-673-nurse-educator-theory-ii/
Building upon the knowledge and skills learned in Nurse Educator Theory I, this course focuses on design of learning modules, along with developmental assessment and evaluation processes for learners. Students have the opportunity to develop and refine teaching skills for classroom, clinical, and laboratory. Students design data gathering instruments, learn to interpret and repeat findings from […]
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TEC 210 Data Concepts

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/tec-210-data-concepts/
Focuses on how to design database management systems and how to use database systems effectively. Other course topics of concern include data modeling, physical design, relational and other models, and distributed databases. The use of database management and development software is emphasized in lab exercises.
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