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Spring 2016 – February 8, 2016 – June 27, 2015 Academic Calendar
Course offered with sufficient enrollment.
Course Number Course Title Instructor Lecturer Course Description Category
JPHL101 Fundamentals of Jewish Thought Professor Chana Prero Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller This course explores four fundamental aspects of Jewish philosophy and faith. Part I analyzes the concept of trust in G-d as the ultimate provider of all of Man’s needs and desires in this world and the Next World. It explains how to focus on joy as the key to developing a trustful relationship with Hashem, and ways to properly face the challenging areas of life that require trust in G-d. Part II examines Maimonides Thirteen Principles of Faith as well as the philosophical discussions of the Maharal on faith. Part III examines the role of the Torah as the source for directing the Jewish nation in their unique task in this world and defines the path towards the ultimate redemption. Part IV concludes with an in depth analysis of the Ten Commandments and the meaning in mitzvot. Judaic Studies, Social Sciences Requirement, Language and Literature Requirement, or Elective Course.
BIBL300 Chumash in Depth I - Sale of Yosef-Akeidat Yitzchak Professor Hava Preil Mrs. Shira Smiles Students examine the powerful stories of Akeidat Yitzchak (The Binding of Isaac) and the Sale of Joseph. Utilizing a blend of classical and modern commentaries, students study these difficult episodes via a close reading of the relevant verses and a deep analysis of the hidden meaning behind these narratives. Judaic Studies Major or Elective Course.
SOC 102 Law and Ethics I Dayan Shlomo Cohen
Dayan Shlomo Cohen
This course presents issues of integrity in business based on practical examples of Jewish law for a moral and upright society. The course presents modern issues in business ethics with examples of contemporary Rabbinic court cases for thought-provoking and engaging discussions. Classes use case studies and various sources to help students understand the underlying principles and thought processes behind business law. The course is designed to offer current topics to encourage lively interaction and debate. From copyright issues, the fine line between profit-making and overcharging, to keeping ones word and accidentally taking someone’s umbrella, content has been selected to assist students in developing solid ethical and legal decisions. Social Responsibility - General Education Requirement
SOC 103 Law and Ethics II Dayan Shlomo Cohen Dayan Shlomo Cohen This course presents issues of responsibility in business based on practical examples of Jewish law for a moral and upright society. The course presents modern issues in business ethics with examples of contemporary Rabbinic court cases for thought-provoking and engaging discussions. Classes use case studies and various sources to help students understand the underlying principles and thought processes behind Jewish business law. The course is designed to offer current topics to encourage lively interaction and debate. From employer-employee relations, rented, borrowed, or lost property, to business partnerships and responsibilities of a professional to his client, content has been selected to assist students in developing solid ethical and legal decisions. Social Responsibility - General Education Requirement
CPT 101 Computer Applications Professor Rina Schwartz
Professor Rina Schwartz
Computer Applications is designed to familiarize students with computers and their applications. Students will learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software. Emphasis will be placed on computer applications, in particular word processing (Microsoft Word), spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel), as well as basic understanding of databases, and multimedia presentations (Microsoft PowerPoint). Math/Science/Technology Requirement, Computer Major course
GRD 101 Basics of Graphic Design Professor Goldi Thalheim
Professor Goldi Thalheim
The Basics of Graphic Design course comprises the history of graphic design, the current technology, as well as the design principles to give a rich, well-rounded view of this ever-evolving field. The program will offer students information on perception, layout dynamics, in addition to illustration and photography in design. Graphics Major or Elective course
BUS 101 Principles of Business Professor Joseph Reichman
Professor Joseph Reichman
This course offers students complete instruction in business concepts and skills needed in today’s competitive environment. Covered are major business concepts including finance, marketing, operations, and management. Information and skills for the workplace are included, as well as the importance of participation in organizations such as DECA, a business-marketing student organization, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and Business Professionals of America (BPA). Topics presented are the global business environment, business management, operations and technology in business, and consumer financial management. Business Major or Elective course
BUS 104 Business Communication Professor Amy Styer
Professor Amy Styer
This course is designed to prepare students for success in communicating in today’s workplace as well as tips on job-searching skills. The course explains the basics of communicating in the workplace, working in teams, being a good listener and understanding business etiquette. Students study and practice the skills and activities involved in the writing process including the appropriate use of social media, preparing formal reports and proposals as well as informal business reports. Guidance is provided in proper grammar and writing mechanics as well as information on formatting and writing documents. A wealth of ideas for writing resumes and cover letters, participating in interviews, and completing follow-up activities are offered. Business Major, Language and Literature Requirement, or Elective course
BUS 204 Marketing Applications TBA
TBA
This course is focused on marketing applications found in the business world. Students are introduced to the process of developing marketing strategies, developing an understanding for the buyer and market, and strategies in targeting and satisfying the market. Student will learn how to integrate this knowledge with practical application. Computer Management Major, Business Major, or Elective course
CPT 206 Programming II Professor David Reiffman
Professor David Reiffman
This course covers data structures using the Java Programming Language and is a continuation of the Programming I course. Topics include data abstraction, encapsulation, information hiding, and the use of recursion, creation and manipulation of various data structures: lists, queues, tables, trees, heaps, and graphs, and searching and sorting algorithms. In addition, students will learn how Java is used in the programming of Android applications, Java's latest use and implementation. Computer Major, Math/Science/Technology General Education requirement, or Elective course
PSY 303 Developmental Psychology Professor Tamar Varon
Professor Tamar Varon
Students will be provided with a balanced coverage of the entire life span. The course will utilize a modified chronological approach that traces development from conception through late life, while also dedicating information to important topical issues pertaining to particular points in the life span. Psychology Major, Social Science Requirement, or Elective course.
TALM 102 Elementary Talmud II: Kiddushin II Rabbi Moshe Jacobowitz
Rabbi Moshe Jacobowitz
In addition to the Elementary I Talmud objectives the student is required to be able to read and comprehend six folios of the Babylonian Talmud with the all Rashi's (excluding Tosafos style Rashi's); be familiar with the reference system (ain mishpat, mesoros hashas), ability to comprehend and translate all acronyms found on the page; ability to understand a higher level vocabulary, expressions, rules and patterns. The examination is intended to measure a body of knowledge that the candidate has acquired through prior learning experiences. Emphasis is placed on correct reading and comprehension of the Talmudic text with intermediate level Rashi's, a vocabulary of Talmudic terms and idioms and an ability to comprehend the Talmudic dialogue. Judaic Studies Major or Elective course
 

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