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This course explores the magnitude, scope and functions of the non-profit sector and its relationships with business and government. The topics include non-profit theory, principles of organization management, budgeting and resource management, advocacy governance and more. Consideration will...

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The evolution of the fields of Holocaust and Trauma Studies has been striking over the past 60 years. We will present the current knowledge with expanded insights informed by our own research. The foundation for the course will draw upon the interview-based qualitative research of the...

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Semester: Online Fall 2020 Semester A- August 26 to October 20, 2020

The application of theory and experience necessary to change the culture of schools, including the balance of internal and external influences.

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Genocide owes much of its perceived legitimacy to professionals who provide seemingly "reasonable" ideological, intellectual, scientific, religious, economic, and legal justifications for the destruction of a specific group. The Nazis' use of eugenics as applied "science" is a prime example of...

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Semester: Online Fall 2020 Semester A- August 26 to October 20, 2020

Community affiliations are rapidly evolving in the 21st century, reflecting significant changes in society at large. New tools are needed to keep in step with the challenges facing faith-based organizations. This course will examine Web 2.0 applications that can be used to foster connectivity,...

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This course focuses on the latest trends in health, nutrition, physical activity and wellness. From stress management and emotional health, to overall well-being,it explores personal health, beliefs and individual health behaviors to aid in personal and professional excellence.This course will...

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Semester: Online Fall 2020 Semester B- October 28 to December 22, 2020

This course will seek to offer students the opportunity to explore the role of gender in Holocaust Studies. Specifically, we will focus on two distinct but related questions. First, is it possible to study a uniquely female experience during the Holocaust? Second, if so, how does that knowledge...

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Semester: Online Spring 2021 Semester B- March 10 - May 4, 2021

This course explores the legal status of women within the classical Rabbinic tradition. Topics to be covered include: the legal status of minor daughters, the development of the traditional roles of wife and mother in the Rabbinic period, the legal position of the divorcee and widow, and...

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Semester: Online Spring 2021 Semester A- January 6 - March 2, 2021

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This course is designed for students who can read the Yiddish/Hebrew alphabet phonetically. It focuses on the development of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing). They will master basic grammatical patterns, sentence structures, and the present tense. Topics will...

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Semester: Online Fall 2020 Traditional Semester- August 26 to December 15, 2020

This course is open to students who have completed YID 201/501 or have comparable knowledge of the language. It focuses on the development of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Students will master grammatical patterns such as modal verbs, complemented verbs,...

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