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COM 161.81 - Decision Making in Groups
Offered By Western Connecticut State University - 3 credits
     
Instructor: Truman Keys  
Instructor Email: keyst@wcsu.edu
     
Semester:
Date Range:
Winter (11-12) 2011
From December 19, 2011 To January 13, 2012
     
Course Level: Undergraduate
Cost:   $1,119.00
Course Type: Credit
Add'l Out-of-State Cost:   $63.00
Course Delivery: Online
Add'l Fees:   $60.00
 
Per Semester Fee:   None
Registration Deadline: 12/19/2011
Late Registration Fee:   None
     

Description: A study of the principles and techniques of problem-solving through group activity. Emphasis on group discussion and parliamentary procedure.

Required Textbooks: Link to the WCSU Bookstore:

http://wcsu.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TBWizardView?catalogId=10001&storeId=47055&langId=-1

Prerequisites: None

Additional Info: Intersession 2012 Course registration Form:

http://www.wcsu.edu/registration/UndergradEvening.pdf

Registration Info: Please use this link for registration information:

http://www.wcsu.edu/registration/spring.asp

Technical Info: Westconn currently uses Blackboard Vista 8.

Virtual Course Environment

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Blackboard Vista includes a virtual course environment built to support different teaching styles and learning needs. Blackboard Vista is designed to provide the tools for faculty to prepare, deliver, and manage their courses. Institutions of all sizes — even the largest educational systems or consortia — can reliably scale their e-learning programs, create powerful efficiencies enterprise-wide, and support the growing demands of all academic constituents.

   

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