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    roles or purposes for music in our culture Identify western musical styles from their earliest beginnings to the present day Examine the historical background of each musical period and discover its relationship to music and musical developments of the time Identify the instruments of the orchestra vocal classifications and the instruments of jazz and popular music traditions Develop an understanding of how music is a reflection of the culture in

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    Analyze the relationship between theatre and religion society culture and politics Understand and draw upon key terms concepts processes and features that will enable them to create intelligent and sophisticated arguments on key issues in theatre Evaluate the features and relationships among the components present within the context of a theatrical event such as actor audience director concept production staff architecture theatrical space and design Understand the role of and approaches to analysis of plays and live performances Understand and draw upon Aristotle s components of drama Read see and analyze plays Understand and analyze how plays come to be plays by way of writing reading generic classification interpretation and criticism Analyze the actor s process throughout history Analyze a dramatic character by employing the actor s process Understand and analyze the role of director playwright and designer in the interpretation of plays Understand the nature of professional and amateur theatre including the role of the producer economics and promotion Understand and critically evaluate theatre history and the connections between that history and the art and craft of the actor director writer designer and others Make connections between his her work in and out of the theatre and the issues

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    utilize the periodic table 9 Discuss the required language of chemistry 10 Classify and evaluate various chemical reactions PreRequisites MA 1150 or equivalent Textbook s None Disclaimer Textbooks listed are based on the last open revision of the course Prior revisions and future revisions may use different textbooks To verify textbook information view the course syllabus or contact Student Services at students waldorf edu CHM 1030 Description Introduction of core chemical concepts to help the student acquire a long term meaningful understanding of the basic principles and relevant connections to those principles operating in everyday life Together with its accompanying residential lab course Chemistry Lab CHM 4900 these courses are designed to be transferable to residential college degree programs Objectives Describe the states of matter their properties and the effect of chemical measurements on chemical calculations Analyze Dalton s atomic theory with respect to the structure of the atom Solve chemical problems relating to various aspects of stoichiometry such as the mole molecular formulas and chemical equations Summarize the applications of various gas laws and the kinetic molecular theory Summarize factors affecting solubility and the colligative properties of liquids Discuss the various types of chemical reactions Describe the organization of

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    movement of water through the hydrologic cycle Demonstrate how earthquakes and volcanoes are driven by various geological forces Explain the principles and techniques used by geologists to construct the geologic time scale Compare the geography composition circulation and temporal cycles of the oceans Relate how radiation and atmospheric processes control weather and climate Develop a time line for solar system evolution Demonstrate how stars are classified PreRequisites None Textbook s

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    Describe magnetism as it relates to electricity the electric field and circuit Differentiate the configurations of atoms in chemical compounds as it relates to energy and polarity Classify chemical reactions and illustrate their properties based on molecular structure and pH Describe types of hydrocarbons polymers and radioactive decay as it relates to energy Classify stars and galaxies according to theory Organize Earth and solar system motions as it relates to

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    limitations of statistics Apply basic concepts in statistics to real world issues Compute the measures of location and dispersion for descriptive statistics Interpret the different forms of statistical data Perform linear regression and correlation analysis Describe the basic concepts of probability Apply the discrete and continuous distributions of probability Construct hypotheses from a one sample statistical inference PreRequisites None Textbook s Elementary statistics Picturing the world Rev 6th ed Publisher

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    well as the factors that affect economic growth unemployment inflation and economic growth in both a national and international context Objectives Define market prices and the role of supply and demand in determining prices and quantities of goods and services Examine the effects of unemployment and inflation on the economy Discuss the interaction of the Federal Government and the Feder al Reserve Bank in controlling the economy Construct the aggregate

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    they pertain to leadership strategic decision making motivation goal framing effects organizational design and change perceptions high performance teams and group behavior Objectives Describe and apply various dimensions of management Discuss the roles managers perform the skills they need to execute those roles effectively and the way new information technology is affecting these roles and skills Compare and contrast the principal challenges managers face in today s increasingly competitive global environment Describe management processes and skills that influence organizational effectiveness Compare and contrast how individual behavior exists within the context of the business environment Demonstrate an understanding of different leadership styles and their impact on subordinate and organizational performance Demonstrate an understanding of the significance and interrelations of individualism perceptions motivation and employee behavior Evaluate and discuss the influence and opportunities of team workgroups in the workforce Analyze the impact that values have upon a variety of management decisions Describe and apply the elements of strategic planning and SWOT analysis to strategic managerial decisions Evaluate the need for change and recommend change for a business situation Apply management skills and principles to work related situations PreRequisites None Textbook s Contemporary management Rev 8th ed Publisher McGraw Hill Irwin 01 02

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