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Courses

Below you will find the current coures offerings listed by semeseter and then alphabetically by department. If you have any questions about these courses, please contact the Registrar's Office at registrar@simmons.edu or 617-521-2111.

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Fall 2014 Course Schedule - Updated Hourly

Updated Hourly - Last Updated: 11/23/2014 01:20AM

Health Care Administration

HCA 520 - Health Care Quality and Operations

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the operations function in health care organizations and to the technologies, structures and organizational cultures that affect the operations function. A key theme of the course is how organizations address and implement quality and performance measurement and improvement. The course is organized around the types of decisions made by operations managers, ranging from longer-term design decisions to shorter term operating decisions. Design decisions focus on the strategic processes by which health care services are created and delivered. Operating decisions are concerned with utilizing resources to meet the objectives of the organization in an efficient manner. The use of both qualitative and quantitative analytic methods will be presented through readings, lectures, homework assignments, and on-line discussion and project activities. (3 credits)

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W 09/09/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday

05:00PM-
07:50PM
N/A
Yong T. Min Open 18 No 3.00

HCA 530 - Organizational Strategy

This course is designed to (1) enable students to assess a health care organization's competitive position; (2) introduce the rationale for a strategic vision and the framework by which a strategic vision can be created; (3) introduce a framework for analyzing a turbulent external environment; and (4) give students experience in crafting recommendations appropriate to the market and the organization's capabilities and strategic objectives. The course emphasizes the use of information technology for weak signal issue surveillance and strategic intelligence gathering. By means of case analyses as well as field application (by creating a strategy for ones own institution), this course emphasizes the development of higher-level analytic and strategic competencies. (3 credits)

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W 09/11/2014 -
12/11/2014
Thursday

05:00PM-
07:50PM
N/A
Dianne J. Mahany Open 3 No 3.00

HCA 533 - Leadership and Change

This course focuses on the institutional and community leadership arenas and the roles of the leader in each: to contribute actively to the creation and maintenance of an outstanding organizational culture, and to advocate effectively for the health and development of the larger community. Students will be encouraged to take a coaching/mentoring perspective in terms of leading professionals, navigating political shoals, managing overt and covert resistance, and organizational development. Emphasis is on discerning organizational culture and evaluating likely momentum as well as inertia regarding change; as well as selecting among change models and tactics, based on a better understanding of the deep structures characterizing the organization. (3 credits)

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(N) 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

04:30PM-
07:20PM
LEF
L316
Alice Sapienza Open 3 No 3.00

HCA 540 - Fieldwork

At the end of the program, students are required to do two credits of fieldwork with supervision by a faculty member and a field preceptor. Field projects are designed by students and faculty so they round out a student's leadership 'portfolio' in terms of the NCHL Leadership Model, skill acquisition and career development. The field projects are presented and defended to the faculty and fellow students. Students choose from the following options for fieldwork: 1. A health care research, management research, or policy-analysis paper of publishable quality (the potential journals must be identified and the research be designed, conducted, and reported according to one of the journals standards) 2. A short-term internship within a health care institution (a project must be described and submitted, demonstrating quantitative and/or financial analytic competency).

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W1 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Alice Sapienza Open 2 Yes 1.00
W2 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Alice Sapienza Open 15 Yes 1.00

History

HIST 100 - World Civilization I

4 sem. hrs. Studies the evolution of human societies to the rise of truly global connection. Significant attention is paid to understanding connections and comparisons between China, India, the Islamic world, the Mediterranean, and the Americas. Ortega, Coates.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday, Thursday

02:00PM-
03:20PM
LEF
L005
Mr. Stephen Ortega Open 4 No 4.00

HIST 128 - Modern European History 1789-1989

4 sem. hrs Examines the development of Europe from the French Revolution to the colonial struggles and political uprisings of the 1960s. Focuses on the impact of democratic revolution, industrialization, imperialism, fascism, the Holocaust, and the Cold War. Sources include art, film, autobiographies, and other primary documents. Leonard.

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday, Wednesday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
LEF
L008
Leonard, Sarah Open 11 No 4.00

HIST 140 - Hist Amer Civilization I

4 sem. hrs. Surveys the diverse experiences of colonial settlers, the development of a distinctly American culture, the American Revolution, the creation of an American republic and constitution, the rise of parties, early industrialism, slavery and the cotton economy, westward expansion, the Civil War, and Reconstruction. Berry.

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01 09/05/2014 -
12/05/2014
Wednesday, Friday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
MCB
C106
Stephen Berry Open 11 No 4.00

HIST 204 - Japanese Culture: Gender, Family & Socie

4 sem. hrs. Examines the key role of gender in Japan's culture and historical development since the days of the Heian court ladies and the fierce samurai. Explores changes in the relations between men and women throughout their history. Uses historical records, literary texts, and artistic expressions. Liu.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday, Thursday

03:30PM-
04:50PM
MCB
C318
Zhigang Liu Open 12 No 4.00

HIST 215 - Women and Gender in US History Before 1890

4 sem. hrs. Studies women's lives and roles from pre- Columbian times to 1890. Examines women's experiences in households and families, at work, and in diverse communities. Focuses on racial, class, ethnic, and regional differences among women. Also explores changing definitions of femininity and masculinity. Course materials include a wide range of primary documentary and visual sources as well as historical essays. Crumpacker, Prieto.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday, Thursday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
MCB
W201
Laura Prieto Open 17 No 4.00

HIST 222 - Greek & Roman History

4 sem. hrs. Studies the many manifestations of the genius of Mediterranean civilization in the Greco- Roman era. Examines Greek democracy, theater, and thought; Hellenistic medicine and city life; and Roman law, culture, and imperialism. Concludes with the merger of these many creative strains in early Christianity. Coates.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday, Thursday

06:30PM-
07:50PM
SOMC
M202
Joseph Potvin Open 16 No 4.00

HIST 237 - Holocaust

4 sem. hrs. Examines the rise of Nazism in the 1930s, the history of anti-Semitism in Europe, and the process that led the Nazi State to pursue mass murder of Jews and other so-called 'undesirables.' Uses literature, memoirs, and film to examine social exclusion, forced migration, and genocide. Leonard.

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday, Wednesday

01:30PM-
02:50PM
MCB
E209
Leonard, Sarah Open 1 No 4.00

HIST 253 - Intro. to Public History

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: A college-level history course or consent of the instructor is preferred. Introduces the theoretical issues and practical questions involved in the public display of history in places such as museums, historical sites, and the Internet. Examines both the public role of history in shaping citizenry and the way consumer expectations affect such presentations. Berry.

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01 09/05/2014 -
12/05/2014
Friday

12:30PM-
03:20PM
MCB
C318
Stephen Berry Open 14 No 4.00

HIST 350 - Independent Study

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: At least two history courses and consent of the department. Enrollment normally open only to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Staff.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A

N/A
N/A
TBA Open 18 Yes 4.00
02 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Laura Prieto Open 1 Yes 4.00

HIST 355 - Senior Thesis

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: HIST 350 and consent of the department. Includes a written thesis and an oral presentation to the department upon completion. Required for honors candidates in history, who must have successfully completed HIST 350 Independent Study in the previous semester. Staff.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Laura Prieto Open 17 Yes 8.00

HIST 362 - Reform and Revolutions in Asia

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: at least two history courses and consent of the department for undergraduates. Enrollment normally open only to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Examines revolutions and reforms in modern Asia, focusing primarily on the watershed events occurring in the 20th century. Topics include comparisons between bloody or nonviolent revolutions and gradual or radical reform. Liu.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/04/2014
Thursday

06:30PM-
09:20PM
MCB
C318
Zhigang Liu Open 12 Yes 4.00

HIST 370 - Internship

4-8 sem. hrs. Prereq.: Consent of the department. In collaboration with the Career Education Center and under supervision by a department faculty member, students intern 10 to 15 hours a week (for four credits) in workplace sites connected to their major. Students complete a final paper that reflects on their experience and brings together theory and practice. Staff.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Stephen Berry Open 17 Yes 4.00

HIST 372 - Race and Gender in the Atlantic World

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

03:30PM-
06:20PM
MCB
C308
Stephen Berry Open 17 No 4.00

HIST 374 - Modern US History

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: At least two history courses and consent of the department for undergraduates. Enrollment normally open only to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Topics vary each year. Focuses on the cultural, social, and political history of the U.S. after 1890. Prieto, Ryder.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/04/2014
Thursday

03:30PM-
06:20PM
MCB
C120
Laura Prieto Open 15 Yes 4.00

HIST 397 - Historical Methods/Research

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: At least three history courses and consent of the department. Enrollment normally open only to seniors and graduate students. Studies history as an interpretive craft. Interrogates the range of written, visual, material, oral, and quantitative types of sources that historians use. Explores various methods and models for how academics and other professionals research, analyze, and produce history, from academic writing to public exhibits and documentaries. Leonard, Prieto.

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
LEF
L305
Leonard, Sarah Wcls 15 Yes 4.00
02 09/10/2014 -
12/03/2014
Wednesday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
LEF
L008
Leonard, Sarah Wcls 0 Yes 4.00

HIST 450 - Independent Study

Prereq.: Consent of the instructor.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Laura Prieto Open 9 No 4.00
02 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
N/A N/A N/A Leonard, Sarah Open 9 No 4.00

HIST 455A - History Thesis

Involves independent research based on archival primary sources culminating in a paper of approximately 60 to 80 pages under the supervision of two historians with expertise in the subject area. Requires consent from the history archives management director and a proposal approved during the semester before the course is taken. See program director for guidelines and due dates to submit proposals.

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01 09/09/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday

06:00PM-
09:00PM
MCB
C104
Mr. Stephen Ortega Wcls 0 Yes 4.00

HIST 455B - Thesis Extension #1

Involves independent research based on archival primary sources culminating in a paper of approximately 60 to 80 pages under the supervision of two historians with expertise in the subject area.

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02 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Laura Prieto Open 4 Yes 0.00

HIST 455C - Thesis Extension #2

Involves independent research based on archival primary sources culminating in a paper of approximately 60 to 80 pages under the supervision of two historians with expertise in the subject area.

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Days Times Room Instructor Section
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01 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Stephen Berry Open 4 Yes 0.00
02 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
N/A N/A N/A Mr. Stephen Ortega Open 4 Yes 0.00

HIST 527 - Archives, Hist. & Coll. Mem.

Prereq.: Graduate standing. See program directors for information on whether this course will count as history or as GSLIS for your individual program. Explores the relationship among historical events, the creation and maintenance of archival records, and the construction of social memory. Analyzes the role of archives in the process of memory conservation, the display of public history, the writing of history, and the construction of political and national identities. Focuses on 20th century events, considering such historical and archival issues as repatriation, record preservation, the use of misuse of archives to shape political myths, and the use of documents to influence a shared historical consciousness. Bastian and History Staff.

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01 09/09/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday

09:00AM-
11:50AM
PCB
P207
Mr. Stephen Ortega Wcls 0 Yes 4.00

HIST 562 - Reform and Revolutions in Asia

Examines revolutions and reforms in modern Asia, focusing primarily on the watershed events occurring in the 20th century. Topics include comparisons between bloody or non-violent revolutions and gradual or radical reform. Liu.

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Days Times Room Instructor Section
Status
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01 09/04/2014 -
12/04/2014
Thursday

06:30PM-
09:20PM
MCB
C318
Zhigang Liu Open 9 No 4.00

HIST 572 - Race and Gender in the Atlantic World

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

03:30PM-
06:20PM
MCB
C308
Stephen Berry Open 11 No 4.00

HIST 574 - Modern US History- Race, Sex, Love

Topics vary each year. Focuses on the cultural, social, and political history of the U.S. after 1890. Please contact the History Department about this semester's specific topic.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/04/2014
Thursday

03:30PM-
06:20PM
MCB
C120
Laura Prieto Open 5 No 4.00

HIST 597 - Historical Methods

Prereq.: Consent of the instructor. Studies history as an interpretive craft and explores various methods and models for researching, analyzing, and writing history in both academic and popular forms, from essays to public exhibits, monographs to films. Prieto.

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
LEF
L305
Leonard, Sarah Wcls 0 No 4.00
02 09/10/2014 -
12/03/2014
Wednesday

06:00PM-
08:50PM
LEF
L008
Leonard, Sarah Wcls 0 No 4.00

Honors Courses

HON 101 - First-year Seminar

The Honors Learning Community is a team-taught, interdisciplinary set of courses that address specific disciplinary topics as well as college writing. Each LC includes HON 101, HON 102 and LCIS 101. Faculty as listed below.

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

11:00AM-
12:50PM
PCB
P406
Daren Graves Open 2 Yes 3.00
02 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

Monday

11:00AM-
12:50PM
01:30PM-
02:50PM
SCB
S150
SCB
S251A
Margaret S. Menzin Open 5 Yes 3.00
03 09/05/2014 -
12/05/2014
Friday

11:00AM-
12:50PM
LEF
L008
Benjamin Cole Wcls 0 Yes 3.00

HON 102 - History and the Social Imagination

The Honors Learning Community is a team-taught, interdisciplinary set of courses that address specific disciplinary topics as well as college writing. Each LC includes HON 101, HON 102 and LCIS 101. Faculty as listed below.

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01 09/05/2014 -
12/05/2014
Friday

11:00AM-
12:50PM
LEF
L005
Masato Aoki Open 2 Yes 3.00
02 09/05/2014 -
12/05/2014
Friday

11:00AM-
12:50PM
LEF
L225
Jennifer A. Roecklein-Canfield, Ph.D Open 5 Yes 3.00
03 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday

11:00AM-
12:50PM
MCB
C105
Heather Hole Wcls 0 Yes 3.00

HON 204 - Dialogues Culturels: France & the Francophone World

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: Membership in the honors program. Explores the relationship between France as an aging 'metropole' and its former French colonies through a study of literature and cultures of Cameroon, Senegal, Guadeloupe, and the minorities in France today. Focuses on questions of gender, race, and cultural identity framed by colonization, slavery, and decolonization. Febles.

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01 09/08/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday, Wednesday

11:00AM-
12:20PM
SOMC
M201
Eduardo A. Febles Open 1 No 4.00

HON 307 - Creator, Patron, Muse: Roles of Women in Music

4 sem hrs. Prereq: Membership in the honors program. As composers and inspiration for composers women have been responsible for the creation of music in every historical era. As steadfast philanthropists vast numbers of commissions were granted, compositions written, music clubs established, performers employed, and concert halls created. Intense study of the resulting music created and inspired by female composers combined with an understanding of their considerable philanthropic insight will cast new light upon roles of women in music. Slowik.

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01 09/04/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday, Thursday

09:30AM-
10:50AM
MCB
C416
Gregory J. Slowik Wcls 0 No 4.00

HON 308 - Sustainability & Climate Change

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: Membership in the honors program. Explores the topic of global warming and climate change, using conceptual and quantitative modeling techniques. Students will review evidence for global warming and evaluate the importance of human factors using a variety of conceptual 'back of the envelope' calculations, simple 'box models,' and more sophisticated computer modeling, all of which are used to forecast climate change. Berger.

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01 09/05/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

11:00AM-
11:50AM
SCB
S119
Michael Berger Open 7 No 4.00

HON 309 - Discovering the Science of Data

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01 09/05/2014 -
12/08/2014
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

10:00AM-
10:50AM
SCB
S150
Mr. Robert N. Goldman Open 5 No 4.00

HON 320 - Boston's Past: Intro to Public History

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01 09/05/2014 -
12/05/2014
Friday

12:30PM-
03:30PM
MCB
C318
Stephen Berry Open 1 No 4.00

HON 390 - Transitions:grad School & Beyond

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01 09/09/2014 -
12/09/2014
Tuesday

06:30PM-
09:20PM
MCB
C106
Mary Jane Treacy Open 16 No 1.00

CAGS Health Professions Educ

HPED 501 - Issues in Health Professions Education

Defines and reviews learning environments for health professions students and new graduates integration of research and practice related to health professions education, educational administration, individual differences in learning styles, current issues in the health professions, and other related topics. Focuses on the relationship between theory, research, and practical application. (2 credits)

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OL 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Arlene Lowenstein Open 5 No 2.00

HPED 503 - Principles of Assesment and Teaching

Offers practical strategies to help educators assess skills of the learner, plan and evaluate teaching activities, assess each learners academic strengths and weaknesses. This course introduces students to informal assessment, teaching, and learning strategies, and methods to monitor learner progress and evaluate the impact of the prescriptive strategies. Reviews current research in the field. (2 credits)

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OL 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Joanna Oestmann Open 6 No 2.00

HPED 505 - Curriculum Development and Evaluation

Explores strategies for developing, implementing, and evaluating curriculum for teaching in both clinical and academic, settings. Considers bias in curriculum, teaching materials, assessment, practice, and evaluation. Students will design and evaluate a curriculum; curriculum frameworks, standards, objectives, instructional resources, and course content will be explored. The course also provides students with the opportunity to acquire skill in the development, evaluation, selection, and use of evaluation instruments that measure a variety of learning outcomes. (2 credits)

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OL 09/04/2014 -
12/08/2014
N/A N/A N/A Arlene Lowenstein Open 10 No 2.00

Humanities

HUM 370 - Humanities Internship

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Peggy Grace Open 19 Yes 0.00
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Graduate Schools Course Catalogs

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