This course offers a comprehensive review of the essential elements of successful business leadership. Through the study of great leaders students will learn how organizational excellence can be shaped, necessary global competencies can be constructed, and organizations can be improved through critical transformational change. At the end of this course students will have a clear understanding of the difference between the traditional management function and the more contemporary leadership role that management plays in business today. The prerequisites are BUS 2015 and senior standing, or permission of the instructor. This course is offered every spring. 01/22/2019-05/16/2019 Online Monday Times to be AnnouncedNVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
Students will study the process of learning and thinking from a variety of perspectives through historical, philosophical, psychological, anthropological, and sociological lenses. Actives include a study of one's own approach to learning, inquiry into the learning process of others, and an examination of the relationship between individual learning and social content. 01/22/2019-05/16/2019 Online

Each week will contain 2 modules. Modules begin at 5pm on Tuesdays and Fridays. The first module in this course will begin at 5pm on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
This course examines individual identity development within particular social and cultural systems from birth through young adulthood. We will examine the means by which factors such as relationship, gender, ethnicity, race, sexuality, ability, economics, and value systems affect how individuals come to define themselves. Our aim is to examine the local and global forces that shape a human ecological system and how it, in turn, shapes and is shaped by individual identity development. 01/22/2019-05/16/2019 Online Tuesday 05:00PM - 07:00PM, NVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
The Integrative Wellness and Health Professional Series is a weekly evening series that brings credentialed experienced alternative healthcare professionals to JSC for both JSC students and the general public to conduct lecture/workshops on the history, nature, practices, technologies, career credentials and evidence for healing disease and creating wellness in people's lives. Students attend these lectures/demonstrations, engage in critical dialog with both the public and other health professionals and critically review text material related to lecture topics. Students complete the course with a final written paper and oral presentation that reflectively evaluates the reading and experiential learning in the lecture/workshop series. 01/22/2019-04/20/2019 Online Monday Times to be AnnouncedNVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
Prerequisite: None. Limited to juniors and seniors. This course examines sexual issues of concern to students and emphasizes the role of participants as rational and emotional beings confronting a fundamental human concern-managing their sexuality throughout lives in which they will inevitably accommodate considerable personal and social change. 01/23/2019-05/15/2019 Online Wednesday 04:00PM - 06:45PM, NVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
What challenges hold you back from being happy, healthy and successful in your life? How will you fulfill your dreams for a good life and an exciting career? This course will provide opportunities to learn new skills and offer experiences to help you identify academic planning strategies and personal lifestyle plans to help you build the life you hope to live and the future careers you imagine when you graduate from college. WAM is an interdisciplinary degree where you take classes in several different majors to provide knowledge and skills for a diverse approaches to social and cultural issues as well as to health and wellness. This seminar offers you opportunities, readings and exercises to identify what excites you and also what challenges you as you complete your WAM degree. In this discussion-based seminar, you will meet WAM and ANS Seniors, share stories of your life's successes and challenges review books and films relevant to the "Quarter Life Crisis" as one explanation for the unique stress facing young people today to meet your career and life goals. 01/22/2019-04/20/2019 Online Monday Times to be AnnouncedNVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
Naturopathic medicine is primary care with an emphasis on prevention and natural therapies-using a combination of homeopathy, nutrition, Chinese medicine, Ayurveda and Botanical Naturopathic doctors are trained in 4-5 year medical schools to diagnose and treat most common health conditions, and to use the most natural, safe and gentle therapies that work given the situation. Naturopathic Doctors have recently been given legal status to practice medicine comparable to Allopathic Medical Physicians in the state of Vermont. A Naturopathic Doctor can now be a patient's primary care physician who can prescribe pharmaceutical drugs, some surgical procedures and natural medical options for the treatment of disease. Naturopathic Doctor medical services are now also covered by insurance. 01/22/2019-03/15/2019 Online Monday Times to be AnnouncedNVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
Prerequisite: ENG-1052 and ENG-1310 or ENG-2171 or ENG-2172 or ENG-2281 or ENG-2282 or ENG-2321 or ENG-2322 or ENG-2510. Students read representative works of major poets and fiction writers from the end of World War II to the present. The course includes writers such as Lowell, Plath, Ginsberg, Bellow, Rich, O'Connor, Atwood, Morrison, and Carver. (Fall semesters, odd years) 01/02/2019-01/16/2019 Online Wednesday Times to be AnnouncedNVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL
Prerequisite: None. Limited to juniors and seniors. This course examines sexual issues of concern to students and emphasizes the role of participants as rational and emotional beings confronting a fundamental human concern-managing their sexuality throughout lives in which they will inevitably accommodate considerable personal and social change. 01/02/2019-01/19/2019 Online Tuesday Times to be AnnouncedNVU Johnson Online, Room NJONL