Salve Regina University

Spring 2003

 

Discipline: International Relations
Title: Research Seminar
Course Number: INR500
Section: 95
3 credit hours

Students explore various research techniques then apply that knowledge to analysis of existing research and to designing and implementing their own research projects. The course includes preparation of a literature review, qualitative and quantitative approaches, triangulation methods, research designs, threats to internal and external validity, sampling techniques, data collection methods, and ethical considerations. Note: This course must be taken in the first year of graduate studies.

Discipline: Ethics
Title: Ethical Perspectives on Global Issues
Course Number: INR501
Section: 95
3 credit hours

Students examine and compare the ethical standards and approaches of Western and non-Western moralists in the resolution of major moral issues. Readings include such topics as nuclear proliferation, the search for peace, ecological issues, world hunger, and genetic engineering.

 

Discipline: Philosophy
Title: Research Seminar
Course Number: HUM500, MGT500
Section: 95
3 credit hours

This course gives students an overview of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Students will have the opportunity to conceptualize their own research project, design their own data collection instruments, collect and analyze their data and present results in a professional manner consistent with graduate level work in their disciplines or management level work in their professions. Concepts addressed in the course include conducting a literature review, research design, sampling, data collection, and data analysis as well as the ethics and politics of research.

Discipline: Philosophy
Title: Ethical Perspectives on Global Issues
Course Number: HUM501
Section: 95
3 credit hours

Students examine and compare the ethical standards and approaches of Western and non-Western moralists in the resolution of major moral issues. Readings include such topics as nuclear proliferation, the search for peace, ecological issues, world hunger, and genetic engineering.

Discipline: Ethics
Title: Research Seminar
Course Number: ISS500
Section: 95

 

Discipline: Ethics
Title: Ethics For Managers
Course Number: ISS540
Section: 95

Students explore the major ethical theories within the tradition of Western philosophy to evaluate their application to contemporary ethical dilemmas. In the first of the two interconnected levels in this course, a person is looked upon as a thinking being with the capacity to formulate ideas and methodologies of ethical importance. In the second, specific examples of ethical problems faced by managers are analyzed in order to discover ways to resolve them.

Discipline: Operations Research
Title: Operations Research: Theory and Practice
Course Number: MGT510
Section: 95
3 credit hours

This course is an introduction to the use of quantitative methods in business decision making. Topics include linear programming, decision making under uncertainty, forecasting, queuing, and inventory systems.

Discipline: Ethics
Title: Ethics for Managers: Theory and Practice
Course Number: MGT540
Section: 95
3 credit hours

Students explore the major ethical theories within the tradition of Western philosophy to evaluate their application to contemporary ethical dilemmas. In the first of the two interconnected levels in this course, a person is looked upon as a thinking being with the capacity to formulate ideas and methodologies of ethical importance. In the second, specific examples of ethical problems faced by managers are analyzed in order to discover ways to resolve them.

Discipline: Law
Title: Research Seminar
Course Number: ADJ500
Section: 95
3 credit hours

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