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medium. Students learn about lighting, camera work, editing,sound and character relationship. Films of the 19th, 20th and21st century are viewed and discussed. (1.1-Articulated) [IAICore Course Equivalent: F2 908]JRN 290 TOPICS IN JOURNALISM[E](F,S)(3.0, 0.0)3.0Topics in Journalism covers a variety of specific areas of study inthe journalism field. Topics vary from semester to semester andofferings are listed in the current course schedule. Sample topicsinclude screenwriting, authoritarian media systems, writing forsocial media, or studio production. Students may repeat thiscourse three times on different topics, for a maximum of 12credit hours. (1.1-Articulated)NOTE:This course requires basic reading, basic writing andbasic math skills.LIBRARYLIB 110 INFORMATION LITERACY AND RESEARCH[E](F,S)(1.0, 0.0)1.0O,BInformation Literacy and Research provides students with theskills needed to locate, evaluate and use information effectivelyin the modern information age. Topics include determiningthe appropriate search strategy and tools, database and websearching techniques, source evaluation, and information ethics.(1.1-Articulated)NOTE:This course requires basic reading and intermediatewriting.MANAGEMENTMGT 110 SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY[E](F,S)(3.0, 0.0)3.0O,BSupervisory Responsibility covers the role and responsibilities ofthe supervisor as an effective director of employee activities inthe modern workplace. (1.2-Articulated)NOTE:MGT 110 is cross-listed with IMT 110. Credit cannotbe earned for both courses. This course requires intermediatereading, intermediate writing, and intermediate math. Onlinecourses require advanced reading and advanced writing.MGT 150 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT[E](F,S,Su)(3.0, 0.0)3.0O,BPrinciples of Management introduces students to the concepts,terminology, principles and theories of management. Itemphasizes the skills needed to be an effective managerand covers the primary functions of management, includingplanning, organizing, leading and controlling. (1.2-Articulated)NOTE:This course requires intermediate reading, intermediatewriting, and intermediate math. Online courses requireadvanced reading and advanced writing.MGT 205 CREATIVE LEADERSHIP[E](F,S)(3.0, 0.0)3.0O,BCreative Leadership shows the positive impact that effective decision-making can have on personal and organizational well-being. Itoutlines a systematic process for creative thinking and problem-solving, and students develop their skills in these areas throughindividual and group activities and exercises. (1.2-Articulated)NOTE:This course requires intermediate reading, intermediatewriting, and intermediate math. Online courses requireadvanced reading and advanced writing.MGT 210 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT[E](F,S)(3.0, 0.0)3.0O,BHuman Resources Management presents a study of the objectives,functions and organization of personnel programs; selection,training, placement, job analysis, classification, and rating ofemployees; wage incentive systems; discipline and techniques ofsupervision; elimination or reduction of employment hazards; and

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Amy Ortiz
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The Bible, Accounting software, McHenry County College

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