The broader biotech and health science industry demands that scientists be prepared to serve a variety of distinct functions within the life and biomedical sciences ecosystem, and to understand broader developmental aspects of the business of science and engineering in a professional environment. This course will enhance students’ competitive skills and introduce additional layers of specialized competence enabling immediate contribution within diverse organizations in the life and biomedical sciences commercial sector.
During this in-person course students will meet for 5 Saturday day-long meetings (10:30am -7:30pm) at several luxurious beaches around New Jersey. The days of instruction are broken up with field observation and exploration, lecture, discussion, somatic research techniques, individual and group projects; each student will write detailed observation in their Saturday environmental log.
This three-credit course encourages a lifestyle change. The program will take place in Greece, where the Mediterranean lifestyle has been implemented for thousands of years. Lectures, workshops and other educational activities will cover the fundamental principles of the Mediterranean diet, a dietary pattern that has been recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity and recently proposed as a health promoting diet in the 2015-2020 USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
In this course, students will spend two weeks on a field trip forecasting and safely viewing severe weather, including the possibility of tornadoes. Students will get firsthand experience and understanding of atmospheric processes that they have forecasted and learned about in a theoretical way. Thus, combining theory with observation allows students to better understand the atmosphere.
In this online course, learn and discuss the marketing knowledge you need to be a successful Supply Chain Manager. The course will enhance and expand your understanding of the importance of supply chain management within everyday organizations.
In business and in life, communication is how things get done... or don't. This course, with its workshop structure, focuses on internal communication within the workplace, but will also develop you in transferable communication skills generally applicable across all professions.
This two-week course (May 17 – 30) combines the educational needs of vulnerable populations in Greece and the goals of the United Nations Agenda to provide a 21st Century service learning experience dealing with contemporary global issues from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Get an in-depth look at all of the facets of law that impact sports. We will discuss current events in sports and see how the law has or can impact these issues.
The 1.5-credit course will meet in person and allow students to learn how to read legal cases, perform legal research, and complete a case brief assignment. Students will also have the opportunity to engage in a mock collective bargaining session regarding the NFL and NFL Players Association collective bargaining agreement.
This graduate-level course is structured around the Six Sigma, a disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process, from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service. Lean Six Sigma is a fact-based, data-driven philosophy of improvement that values defect prevention over defect detection. It drives customer satisfaction and bottom-line results by reducing variation, waste, and cycle time.
This face-to-face, 3-credit course is designed to provide a linkage of foods from raw commodities to processed foods. Students will be introduced to energy and water resources utilized in industrial food production and distribution. Further, processing of foods will be explored to give the students a broad view of various technologies utilized in food production.