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Biblical Hebrew provides an introductory experience in the language of the Bible for students who can decode (phonetically read) Hebrew. The course focuses on the fundamentals of biblical Hebrew's grammatical structures and constructs, including its elaborate root word system and its rich...

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Biblical Hebrew II Online picks up where Biblical Hebrew I leaves off. Students will complete Volume 1 of the textbook, Biblical Hebrew Step by Step, with its focus on the fundamentals of biblical Hebrew's grammatical structures, and constructs root word system and vocabulary. They will then...

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An exploration and application of instructional strategies to teach students to be better thinkers will be undertaken, including the examination of five researched-based themes.

The issue of business ethics has been prominent in the news recently because several large American corporations have been accused of serious fraud violations. Jewish law contains a great deal of discussion concerning business practices and business ethics, and the current climate is an...

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This course focuses on the application of statutes and regulations as required by law. Students discuss legal principles based on constitutional principles, legislation and case law that enable, restrict, or challenge the functioning of camp officials to do their job. Risk assessment to avoid...

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As the culmination to studying Human Rights, MA students will choose to complete a Capstone Project that reflects a particular aspect of Human Rights, or complete a semester Internship with an organization that focuses on issues of Human Rights.
 

Semester: TBD

In this culminating project for the program, students will apply the research skills they have learned throughout the program in conjunction with the leadership and management knowledge they have garnered to complete a research project of their choosing. Students will collect data (quantitative...

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

This course examines and deepens your understanding of child development. You will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge through child observations and assignments.Gauging how development occurs, its sequences, what can interfere, and the elements necessary for healthy development are all...

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Semester: Online Summer 2020 Semester A- May 6 to June 30, 2020

The notion that children deserve protection and rights is a relatively modern concept, and historically many societies viewed children as little more than property and a source of free labor. The development of child protection and children’s rights will be studied, as well as to what extent...

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All children of Nazi-occupied Europe, from those raised to fulfill the Aryan ideal to those targeted for destruction, were deeply impacted by Nazi ideology, the horrors of war, and genocidal goals. For students seeking to broaden their knowledge of Holocaust history and educators seeking age-...

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