MA CCT Courses offered Spring 2018 Semester
CACT-8000-850, SEMINAR. Introduction to Critical and Creative Thinking, Instructor: Dr. Brian Kanouse (Required within the first nine hours of study).
CACT-8060-850, SEMINAR. Special Topics, International Leadership and Strategy, Instructor: Dr. Michelle Black (Organizational Science and Leadership Concentration)
CACT-8080-850, SEMINAR. Independent Study (1-3 hours), Instructor: TBA. Students must have special permission to enroll in CACT-8080. Contact 402-554-2545 or contact your academic advisor, Dr. Joseph Price at firstname.lastname@example.org
CACT-8090-850, SEMINAR. Graduate Project, (Required during second to last or last semester of program) Note: students nearning the midway point of their program should contact the MA CCT Office to discuss deadlines and requirements for the graduate project. Contact 402-554-2545 or contact your academic advisor, Dr. Joseph Price at email@example.com
CACT-8116-850, Geography of Economic Globalization, Instructor: Dr. Petr Pavlinek (Cultural & Global Analysis Concentration)
CACT-8226-850, Violent Conflicts, Peacebuilding, and the Ethics of Intervention, Instructor: Dr. Rory Concens (Ethics & Values Concentration)
CACT-8410-850, SEMINAR. Immigration, Migration, and Diaspora-Critical Approaches and Theories of Movement in Literature, Instructor: Dr. Ramon Guerra (Interntional Migration, Development and Citizenship Concentration)
CACT-8640-850, SEMINAR. Creative Nonfiction in Digital Environments, Instructor: Ms. Jody Keisner (Writing & Critical Reflection Concentration)
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