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Next Energy and Fuel Cell Engineering 

Clean Energy Systems 1   638000CW

Students  will  learn  about  ecology  and  Earth  systems  as  well  as  engineering  for  environmental sustainability.  The first part of this course will be an overview of non‐fossil fuel sources (Next Energy) and the current uses of energy, as well as the need to diversify energy sources.  The second part of the course will focus on Fuel Cell Technology with students working on functional fuel cells. Students will have access to a Sustainable Energy Lab on site at R2i2.  

Credit: 1    

Clean Energy Applications 2  638100CW  

This course builds on the foundation of Course 1 and introduces nuclear power, steam generation, fuel  cells, geothermal  power, water power, AC/DC  power  generation,  heat transfer and the laws of thermodynamics. In addition, students now use chemical and thermal energy principles to create, store  and use energy efficiently to power a variety of mechanical and electrical devices. Students will engage in  a variety of hands‐on design projects to demonstrate principles using advanced technology hardware and software.  

Credit: 1  

Supply Chain and Global Logistics Management 

Global  Business  Logistics  619901CW 

Topics  cover  emerging  and  important  areas  such  as  product/service supply chains, security, sustainability, and supply chain vulnerability.  Students will be  given an introduction to key quantitative techniques that can be applied to logistics such as simulation  and  modeling.  Decision  Models  for  Supply Chain Management,  Logistics,  Emerging  Markets,  and  Economic Development, as well case studies for world leaders in global logistics will be studied.  Students  will establish their own distribution and logistics center to serve the Richland 2 Backpack Program.

Credit 1

Computer Forensics in the Global Supply Chain: 609901CW

Organizations increasingly rely upon relationships with third-party vendors and partners.  These relationships have become progressively more complex as companies engage in more cross-border relationships.  A firm’s scrutiny of its supply chain technology is particularly important in the modern era of hacking and computer crimes.  Failure to adequately study cyber-attacks can substantially increase an organization’s risk of significant financial losses, as well as exposure to legal investigations and reputational damage.  Students will learn the importance of cyber forensics in the global supply chain and how to conduct investigations that include gathering evidence, using software to decode hidden files, and presenting findings.

Credit: 1 

Managerial Accounting and Managerial Finance 

This course will cover a wide range of topics that will emphasize the use of both internal and external data  to enhance decision‐making skills of managers.  Concepts covered will include and overview of the management accounting function within an organization, cost management and cost accumulation  systems, planning and control systems, use of historical data in forecasting costs, and the use of  accounting information in management decision‐making.  Case studies will be used to enhance students’  critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills. These courses are also a study of financial risk  and return, capital budgeting, valuation, capital structure, working capital management and current topics  in financial management.    

Managerial Accounting:  689901CW  

This course will cover a wide range of topics that will emphasize the  use of internal and external data to enhance decision making skills of managers.  Topics include the  management accounting function within an organization, cost management, cost systems, budgeting, and  planning and control. Case students and simulations will be used to enhance critical thinking, problem  solving, and communication skills.

Credit: 1    

Corporate Finance: 689902CW

This course is an overview of financial management. Topics include  understanding financial statements, a study of financial risk and return, capital budgeting, valuation,  capital structure, working capital management, long term financing, and current topics in financial  management. Case studies, simulations, and current events will be used to enhance students’ critical  thinking, problem solving and communication skills.    

Credit:1 

Apple Application Development (Computer Programming 1) 505000CW 

Students will learn the Swift programming language and then learn the Application Programming interface (API) to write their own Applications for us on iPhone and iPad.  Students will receive an Apple App  Developer License.

Credit: 1 

Marketing and Social Media: 509901CW

Specifically designed for those students who are interested in a  marketing related career. By examining real‐world marketing problems, students will develop those skills  required for success as a marketing manager. This course is research‐intensive, group‐oriented, and  comprehensive.  Explores implications, opportunities and challenges for business and communications  professionals using social media and contemporary advertising for organizations. Students will participate  in creation of a vast array of social media sites, resources, applications and tools, as well as evaluate the  impact, effectiveness and design of various elements of advertising strategy and campaigns.

Credit: 1