Information session about the M.S. in Commerce at UVA. The M.S. in Commerce is a one year business degree for non-business majors. The program offers tracks in business analytics, finance, and marketing and management, concluding with a three-week global immersion experience to Europe, Latin America, Asia, or the Middle East. Ranked No. 2 “Master’s in Management” in the world by The Economist, this program boasts 95-99% placement within three months of graduation.
UVA M.S. in Commerce Information Session at JMU (Non-Business Majors)
Thursday, November 29 @ 5:30 pm at Madison Union 305
Applicants typically find it helpful to meet one on one with us to learn how they can be a competitive applicant for the program. De’Shay Turner, M.Ed. will be hosting advising meetings on both Thursday and Friday. As a JMU grad school alum (CSPA ’11) and former employee, he would love to connect! De’Shay Turner is the Assistant Director of Graduate Marketing & Recruiting email@example.com Phone: 434.924-1347
Meet With Graduate Admissions: Thursday, November 29 & Friday, November 30
30 Minute Sessions
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Foundations in Bioethics
This annual four-day program is scheduled for June 11-14, 2019.
At the conclusion of this four-day program, participants will be able to answer:
- What is bioethics, and what is ethical theory?
- What are the main principles, concepts, and common terms in bioethics?
- What methods, frameworks, and arguments are commonly used in bioethics?
- What are the most pressing issues in bioethics today (in research, law & policy, clinical ethics, and more)?
- How might I utilize bioethics in my career?
For more information, please see the Foundations page.
Graduate & Professional School Fair: Over 100 representatives are excited to meet JMU students. JMU’s own graduate programs will be represented as well.
Tuesday, September 25, 3 – 6 pm
Madison Hall, first floor
Over 100 programs representing graduate, health, medical, law, and business programs
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:The James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal wants to publish your work!
Who is JMURJ? JMURJ is an online academic journal dedicated to publishing JMU undergraduate research and scholarship. We accept text-based or multimedia submissions from any field of study, including yours. If you have written, designed, built, performed, or created work at JMU, send it our way!
Why Should I Submit? We know what you’re asking: what can I get out of this? At JMURJ, we believe getting involved in undergraduate scholarship is a fruitful endeavor for any student looking to add to their résumé, build an academic network, or just have their work seen by peers and professionals around the world. If any of that sounds like something you would like to achieve, JMURJ wants to help you get there.
How Do I Submit? Still here? Great! Submitting takes only five minutes. We accept submissions on a rolling basis, so the sooner you submit, the sooner we can publish. Check out www.jmu.edu/jmurj for our submission guidelines and send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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HTH 380 Health Communication: The course will provide an introduction to health communication theory, research and practice. Students will learn how to design, communicate and evaluate effective health promotion messages. Pre/Co-requisite: HTH 351 (3 credit)
HTH 422 Public Health and Healthcare Policy: This course will provide a framework for understanding and analyzing a range of health policy issues such as accessibility, cost and quality of healthcare; disaster preparedness; the safety of our food, water, environment and medications; and the right to make individual decisions about our personal health. The course will explore the U.S. policy-making system, civic engagement, the essential issues in health policy and how health polices impact the work of health professionals. Prerequisites: HTH 231 and HTH 354 (3 credit)
IPE 490-0001 Special Topics in Health and Human Services. Topic: Iss & app of family care giving (1 credit)
ISAT477 Complex systems and how they fail. It is truly an inter-disciplinary course that has proven to be of interest and value to a variety of students across all colleges of the university. In fact, the most exciting and fruitful semesters have been those when I had a wide variety of majors and career interests in the room. Because of the broad areas we explore – systems thinking, formal organizations, decision-making, risk, communication, innovation, public policy, leadership – and the case study settings we analyze – hospitals, municipal governments, airlines, emergency services, military units, energy companies, educational systems – students from sociology to management, psychology to intelligence analysis, geography to health sciences have benefitted from the course. (3 credits)
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