Geography of Natural Resources. Factors influencing the economic modernization of the less-developed countries. Using art concepts and activities to meet the needs of the mentally deficient, physically impaired, emotionally disturbed, or gifted.
CHM or Overview of apparel design, designers and social history in the 20th century. Medicare Advantage; the Part D prescription drug program; skilled nursing facilities; home health; and other programs such as durable medical equipment, and hospice.
Independent study under the supervision of a faculty member. Historical Introduction to Philosophy. Planned and supervised experience in a foodservice or hospitality operation; minimum of hours.
A broad survey of the human and physical geography of mountains. Contemporary Issues in Controlled Beverages. Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy. Perceptions of Kansas, and a regional analysis of the state including discussion of climate, landforms, soil, water, and minerals as well as patterns of settlement, population, agriculture, industry, transportation, and urban development.
Selected moral issues which confront the medical professional, including experimentation on human subjects, informed consent, abortion, euthanasia, conflict of interest, and confidentiality.
Application of interviewing, counseling, and educational techniques in dietetics, including individual and group methods. ANTH, or Emphasis on spoken language, use of the language lab.
This is a prescribed course for majors in Accounting and it serves as a foundation and prerequisite for most level and level accounting courses.
Examines rival theories of justice and applies them to current debates about economic inequality, gender, race, and sexual orientation. Introduction to cartographic history, theory and principles, thematic map design, symbolization, map perception, color theory, typography, and digital cartographic research.
Listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Membership in an honors program. Honors Seminar in Biochemistry. HRIMD or and junior standing, 60 hours or more. MUSIC or Survey of Hospitality Industry. Continuation of HIST For sophomores in honors program--scheduled irregularly.
Statement of Cash Flows IV. The geography of tourism is concerned with the structure, form, use, and conservation of the landscape as well as with such spatial conditions as the location of tourist areas and the movements of people from place to place.
Intended for nonscience majors. Comparative analysis of politics in both ''developed'' and ''developing'' countries.CATALOG _Catalog 10/30/15 AM Page Bookkeeping.
This program is intended for individuals desiring employment in government or not-for-profit organizations. The programs in the Department of Hotel, Restaurant, Institution Management and Dietetics prepare students to enter the professions of hotel and restaurant. Comprehensive Problem 6: CVP/Budgeting/Variances This problem is worth 10% of your grade RYT (aka RotYourTeeth) Candy Company sells lollipops.
Last year the. accounting (acctg) INTRODUCTORY FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I (3) Basic concepts, principles, and practices for the recording, summarizing, and interpreting of accounting data. Comprehensive Problem 1: Service Industry Note: This problem has a value of 10% of the final grade.
Objectives: Demonstrate application of accounting concepts pertaining to a service company, including the following: selection of business form. Class Schedule For Online, Hybrid, and Televised Courses - Spring IMPORTANT: Schedule Data is not real time.
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